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ing are the hours at which the trains
(n the C. C. and A. R. R. pass
For QIl ott i
For ui t.3 A. ai
For Augusta, 10.25, A. M.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M.
New Adverg4qpgt't . JA:c:: .
Knights of Honor-E. S. Chand
WinigbgrQ..,. Aodge-r-Wm, . N.
Drugs and Medicines- Dr. W.
To the Citizens of Fairfield-F.
DE4'iH OF WN Ai 6fg-rs
Easter Grafton, a resident of Fair
field county, died at the home of her
daughter, in Chester county, on
Friday last. She had attained the
ripe age of ninety-three years.
The taxpayers at, Ri dgeway re
sponded nobly to Govci nor Iarmp.
ton's call for a contribution.. Cap
t:tin Rhine, on hearing that Louisi
ana had been counted for Hayes,
doubled his contribution.
On Sunday night a colored boy
named Philip Green got on the cow
catcher of the iorthexm-bound train
At Doko to steal a ride to Ridgeway.
Upon reaching that place he jumped
off boftor the engii ' stopped; wvhen
the wheo cimight his ftot, cruhling
In the last week- Ridgeway illas
furnished ,two , chndidaitos for the
penitentiary, the first for borrowing
the rope from Mrs. Coleman's well,
and the other arrested as the
Newberry cotton thief. They are
both colored and strangers in that
place. Thp are now in the enfe
keep~rig' WS1Yi tf A ~"-'...
DEN2,'NT 6idE.-Dr', Isaiah Sinp
son, Surgcon Dentist, Charlotte, N.
C., respectfully informs the citizens
and publio generally that he- will
visit Winnsboro professionally, on
the 10th day. .of brtumy,1877, d
remain ten Aay's or itw week. ail
early and save time and oonfu ion
at the last, as time is money. Teeth
extracted without pain. Tohns
eash. Satisfaction guaranteed. *
Thepha@rlip organ in Oolum
said some time aigo that it would
incastge the strength of the peo
ple's attiwehment to the Uunmpton
Governnlent by the amount of
money pqid in respoigse to th~e Gov-.
er-nor'secall.. The. tawpayers. have
already paid upwards of one: hn
dreda thbtisand" dollars-t'epresent
ing o'Arooe- mxdllog. of doljr8 in
1.875l. Is the &in/rk ud~t
S-rrLTt SHININO-The 1)etrait Free
P'ress is known in every nook and
corner of the land as one of the
brightest, spiciest and most inter
esting wveeklies in the United States.
Every paper quotes from it, every
body talks about, everybody likes it,
Its fame will endure, for every effort
is put fortlr) tvlglgig >
make it a leadingweekly paper of the
UniorC. The' re~d ic3 b f th&
Free JM&~ ia' $2.00 per' lannuk.'
Send for a specimen' copy; 'or: call
for one at this office, and then club
with the weekly NEWs ANi) hERALD
and AnbceribQI iQX e . yearvn We
furnish the two (or $4.00, postage
TrnE -gigrpe Errof.dl
tri-weokl edition of THE NEdsI 1*
1IERA i'd~ w sent to all grsoi
whos#'WieW~re on the bgyp
the olA'jriMMj y1e w er hold
any of these desire their names
transferrel~ 4 . Po ,S t
now receivinug the' ther ish to
change for the tri eekly, they will
please notify us at once. Those in
arreard fandsrpinn teti
at once, or expect their papar* stot
be topdoiRIN M~u tdu
CoL.ErOTION o1 TxIs.-eMr. JRP.
Q. )avjs, Special ,kgent, has just
returned to Winnsboro, after a vi 't
to the different sections of the coun
ty for the collection of the Hampton
Conti auLtonr, ] vorywhere . bc . lc
found tio .taxpayci;s ready ind . will,
ing tocontributo their quota to the
a pport of the lawful govehrnment of
o State, the governnent of their
4oice. Those whose taxes are
large have paid the full quota, and
those whose dues were smaller have
paid more than their proportionate
share. The total amount collected
up to four o'clock on Wednesday
evening is $3,352.36.
Mr. Davis requests us to state
that he will b6 at Winnsboro
for some days, for the purposo
of receiving the contributions of
those taxpayers who have not al
ready paid. We trust that before
.that time he will have collected the
entire amount due from the taxpay
ers of the county.
FRIoIIT PREPAID nY AGENTS.
WILCOX GIDs & ' Co.'s Manipulated
Guano has,. stood the test of ten
years' use, by tho leading planters
of South Carolina, North Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama and Florida, cons
stantly gaining in popularity, and is
now the best and most favorably
known fertilizer in use in these
States. It has been their aim to
furnish a fertilizer that cannot be
surpassed, and they have succeeded
in doing so, as is evidenced by its
high reputation. It is offerod on
very favorable terms ; delivered at
depots, i the interior ; payable in
cotton, on the basis of fifteen cents
'for middling, delivered at planters'
depot next fall. Call and see their
AN OrL PAPER.--The New York
Observer has lately issued its pro
spectus for the ffty-fth year. That
a nowsnaper has so long stood the
test of time, is in itself no
insigniticant guarantee of its merits.
And it is claimed by its proprietors
that it is the best family newspaper
published. Not only are its col
umns well filled with excellent read
ing matter, but even in its advertis
ing department it is free from
quackery and dangerous advertise
ments, and those subscribing for it
mna rest assured that nothing objec
tionable will be introduced into their
households through its means. The
price of subscription is $3.15 per
annumbipostag&'jaid. Address S.-J,
Prince & CJo., 37 Park R1ow, New
A Specimen of Tyranny.
Themilitary orgaiiitions in Co
lumbia had arranged for a celebra
tion of Washington's Birthday by a
public parade. On Tumesday, Capt.
Huigh S. Thompson, of the ilabnd
Rifle Club received the following
niote frorn the nost comn mandant t
.Cr p wpiSi Q., 1Febi 20,. 1877.
Capt. Ongdo,- C lnia, t. n..
tify you that I have this day been
directed by the honorable Secretary
of WVar to inform you that his Ex,
cellency the President of the Uni,
ted States directs iwe to--notify you
that the piegberg of the so-called
rifle clubs, wvho, under his proclamna,.
tion of the 17th of October last, were
instrueted to disband, will not be
permitted to iniko any public dem
onstration or parade on the 22d
instan-tas is~eaidtobe conltertplateds
ply) it is hopod;youwwill give a cheer.
ful obedionce to this order,
and notify the members of
your club, or company, thereof, in
order to prevent a parade takrin~
My order's r1ji'ie'mie t6 so' that
iub such parade takes iplace.
- I afn, sir,,vory, respeptfully, \ your
Lieutenanti'Colonel 18th Infantry,
dcot~mutiMoMio6;Mdybi'ndr Rant ok
eenxed thefdllowinlg roclamatior-..
STATU'O SOUT Cr AnoLrN,
. Co a e 2 7.
that the white miitia companies of.
this Sttdo ANfi*l~d #8f'~kbd thd
22d instant to celebrate W shinig
ten's bitd~ pfefpe o joymp
ehe iiolds, I lhereby call
up>on - these ioranjaationse ' o&t
ne tisure itpt% ftli a Ii
festation of their respet to the
memory of that illlusrious Presidcnt
whoso higie.:t am2biti n it wvar, os it
was his elef glory, to obsorvo the
constit.ltion and to obey the laws
of his country.
If the arl'; rary commlfando of a
Chief Execut.ive,who has not sought
to emulate the virtues of Washin.
toi, deprivo the citizens of this
State of the privilege of joining pub
lickly in patying reverence to that
day, so sacred to every American
patriot, we can at least show by our
obedienco to constituted authority,
however arbitrarily exorcised, that
we are not unworthy to be tho
countrymen of Washing ton.
We must therefore, remit to someo
more auslicious . period, which I
trust is no b far distant, the exorcise
of our right to commemorate the
civic virtues ofithat unsullied char,
actor, who wielded his sword only
to found. and perpetuate that
American constitutional liberty
which is now dlenied to the citizens
of Sduth Carolina.
WA DE HAMPTON,
It is needless to comment upon
the infamous and tyrannical order
of General Grant. Had his whole
previous career boon without fault,
this act alone, cowardly, malignant,
despotic, hateful as it is, would bo
quito enough to make him an ob
ject of contempt in the eyes of all
'T ue Brotherhood Lodge, No. 344,
Knights of Honor.
riPHE regular meeting of this Lodge
.1 will be held on Friday, the 23d inst.,
at half past seven o'clock, r. m. lrethren
will please be punctual.
E. S. CHANDLER,
feb 22-ti Reporter.
Winnsboro Lodge, No. 11, A. F. M.
r pIE regular monthly communication
r of this Lodge will be hold this oven
ing, 22d inst., at half past seven o'clock.
Brethren will tak, due notice and govern
W\M. N. CHANDLER.
feb 22 Secretary.
R~ E OQE I ~V~ ED
D AN NE N BE RG'S
OALL AND SEE THEM.
Snbaeribe for TnlE Nias no' Hpu
axn, aind be sui'e to have the ready
One car load seed Potatoes,
Ong " " " Qataj.
A full lino of Plantation Hard
ware consisting of
which will be sold low for
I keep constantly on hand a full
PLANTATION and FAMILY
I have on hand several brands of
which I am prepared to sell for
Cash or on time with well approved
securities on a money basis, or with
a cotton option if parties desire.
All parties in want of Fertilizers
will do well to call on me before
WINNSBORO, S. C.
U. G. IDESPORTES'
BOOTS AliD SHOES,
CHA1LtYh & ittLER 1/
lia romOvod to tb a sre no~tt
W /ATCHES,~ Olookcs arid Jewelr y re
predand satisfaction guaranteedl
to everybodya. '. .
Thoso Iilobted to me, for work on
jewelry will plcense pay at onice, for
Hampton is I leeted.
TIHOS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at Law
AND TRIAL JUSTICE.
pm All business entrusted to him is
either capacity will roocivo prompt atten
Oflice on Washington street, one door
oast of Winnsboro Hotel.
Ii. A U.AII.-^hD. iso. S. RrYSOL1,e.
GAI ARD &C REYNOLS,
4TTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. 3 LAW 3 RANGE.
A. M. MACKEYi
Attorney and Vpupseltor qt Lw,
.(. 1,,1 AT UANa1,
Winnboro, . C.
/ - Special attention paid to the dpibady I
colection of claims. Will practice in ell
of the couirts of this Stato and the: United
WE have now completed one of
the best stocks of
BOOTS and SHOES,
NATS and CAP$,
IN THE COUNTY,.
We will not be undorsqld, Let us
say, however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
sell them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL.
- - n -'
Tro ouR COLORED FRIENDS.
AR you have always put confi
dence in us, we will state that you,
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even price.
No baits held out to any one.
SPRING GQ601) f
To-day the campai~r' a rly qosec
The Indky malia lio
Who taies his seat on the 4th of daroe1
Our: Piosident he'll 'be*.,4 4
And no hbi jbti
Just sunited to'o tin d
In whebro to get the oheapos od
The boast fskodstofnd.
}fy friends ana I rent ouit onve'dk
Somne ew 'S*hritf 104
Atid 'w& eobitedibefoth* ro 4ed
The diffnt'Etores t Iy: 4 "
We wandierad Winne 0 -.
And ,fourhd thoe Ac0, At -
T'was SOj* 441,s.,O'
Of H~atei Oldthingenud4gotaand SM6u'b l'fI
The lae t.onieiLr i a df., a'
So then;;ip'goc frIendI'oergai M1g
What DBtagainso u'estggfdpbL. .1 ''1 at
'feb 1P'' Al' .E T'jl oo~i'f