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RAIRnOA) Sc1IEDUrLEs.-The follow_
ing are the hours at which the twinx
on the C. C. and A. I. R. pass
For Augusta, 10.2 5, A. M.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. nt.
54IikdiId IMoticeal :1 /I
Associate Reformed Church-.
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 7
Methodist Church--Rov. G. W.
Walker, 11, A. M., 7 r. rr. Sunday
School, 10 A. ai. Prayer Meeting,
Thursday, 7 r. M.
Episcopal Church- -Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday oxsept the
2nd Sunday of the month: at 1
o'cloi A. D. ~, )
Presbyterian Church-Rev. C. E.
Cliclster,. 11 A. ar., and 71 p. Bt.
Sitbbpth. School 31 r. Ar. Prayer
Meeting, Wednesday, 71 P. m.
New Goods - J.,. Bl4ag.
Merchant- Tnloring---W. G.
More than on thousand taxpay
ers in Fairfield have paid their
quota ' tot Goviernof 1 ainos
SpcTal ogei. rie amount col
lected up to four o'clock, p. In., on
Friday, is $3,551.71.
The Supreme Court has still be
fore it the case involving the guber
nato4 a1 li> 10o'0% 1'v'n "w
nesses have been 'xamned, and it is
hopod that the matter will berettled
before many dayr.,.
The - Regitcr' "itanounces that
Chief Justice Moses is quite ill,
having been striceen with paralysis
on the night - of Thursday last.
His whole left .iSlA in paralyzed4, nid
his condition is regarded as quito
Nobody } agqut trpJina .polo
brated Washington's Birthday.
President Grant, at the instigation
of the lying carpet-bagger who pre
tends to' die goveinor of Soiili Caro
lina, forbade such celebration. .his
is truly a rfshi~ngly freq ;copti'y.
noupce that there wil1 be a, Ieeting
of the g poa tig Qiltrof township
no. 4, at the Town Hall on Tuesday
evening next at 7j .o'clock. This is
a most important meeting, andl we
urge upon the members of the Club
a fIdiltteii n.'a
Triastices can furnishi. thern%
selvesav'ith the.necossary.. blanks b~y
applyiing at the oflce of. Tiij Nsws
AND UEUALD. A full i~ssortingnt . of.
these ,blanks will be kept ~constantly
on handr or supplied' at shore noti y
Prioes lbw, Wortk -gd6c,' at~d -6Atisfike
The Edgede1f ~d ae iber j ne
in the suggestion that the Fairfield
Sabre Club make application to
Governor H~ampton to be enlisted as
a part of the State militia. We
trust the applicafion . will be made
at once. And, it would be well to
organize an'infantry corps .in town
and apply to the Governor for coms
miissions .fbr its officera;
whl stol i$Ve en
of thr~ stpre o$ Me~grat4uoMasten1 &.
stones were ciogg', and
the thieves mui either have cut the
chain or have taken- off all the stones
in agilp. h re as yg g t~g
the guity parties.
Thgyps~ a wvild rumorjdA~hll?
ington to the effect that twoI6LWfihd
ComibsJ-i.Abott and- pJgg,
Bradiop*had voted to eg nt .1jq
vote fog,.Oregon for Tiilen and
sion then adjourned, before corn
--and it mayno.'d
son, Surgeon Dqntist, Charlotte,. N.
and publio generally thfh8~ knf1
visiD *M(bid a't
the 19th, day of Februry, 1877, and
ire nahii tten d n'w.WCeok. Call
on -ly and savo time and confusion
at jtlo last, as time is money. Tooth
extracted without pain. Terms
cast}, Sa isagti on gpprig4oed.
I' eatly M.i,
ExECUTVIi oYDoyNT 10Ts.-.-GOv
rnor Hampton has made tl,io follow.
g appointments of trial justices
for this county :H. A. Glenn, vice
W.. C. Rabb, resigild.; Ira S.
Scott, re-appointed ; W. D. Rogan,
re appointed ; H. J. F. W. Coleman,
re appointed ; Baylis E. Elkin, vice
Warren R. MaThrshall, removed ;
Saml. I. Johnston, vice Thomas
Walker, removed ; T. Ross Robert
son, re-appointed. .Other appoint
monts will be made in a few days.
TAILORINo 1 iSTABLISUMENT.-At
ntion is called to the advertise
nent of Mr. W. T. Roche, who an
nounces his intention to carry on
the tailoring business in this place.
Mr. Roche comes well recommended
as a ir 6j.stworkman, and e feel
as4y ti lg6o i1ji eO satisfaction
to all who .may favor him with their
patronage. We bespeak for him a
3 IIE undorsigned informs the citizens
of Winnsboro and the county generally,
that he has opened a Tailoring Establish
ment in the store next to Mr. J. Clendin
ing's. le is prepared to do all kinds of
yprk in his lino at short notice and on
reasonable terms. A full line of samples
kept cdtnhtly ti - hand, from whieh
puRtomers may make selections. Special
attention given to CtJTTING.
feb 24--txGm W. G. ROCHE.
'TO arrivo at the Dry Goods, Fancy
bb Goods and Millinery
New Spring Prints and other Goods e- -
p -ctod .daily.
of the L .dies and pubtie generally so
and goods will compare favorably Whi
ar y in the market.
fo Butterick's Paper Patterns, Ladies'
iises''aind Children's Patterns in Store.
marked down in prices to clear them ont
as much as possileo.
fr~sh and ehoice Goods in the Grcy
ANaware that my stock consists of Goeo
ral.Merchandise It therefore takes too
much time and space to itemize. Suffiee
it'to say, you can 11nd all you want at
* 3 . 0. BOAG'S.
Fine Early Roes. Potatoes and Fresh
GArd en Seeds'in, at
J. 0. BOAG'S.
'1li 6 nb~ Bhingl.e., for
THE BALL STIItL BOLLS ON
- --AT THE
GFAND, ?CE WTRAL
COLmIiI; .. C.
r HIE success attending the disposal of
Lour MANIcET STooK, wlioh we put
upolgi9Wjpgrkt parjy t~his season at such
low, fguresa, cosyimes us that the public
apihireciato our efforts to su'>piy themi with
Aho newest and most gtyli&h goods.
imying as we do from th~e first hands
and kroaan, enablet us to offer
tiboare nQomrqeoiinga snetv and elegant
SPRtING AND SUMMER
?jich wvill be sold at the same low ruling
PU iIN di~ ~994~6~LV
offered daily. ~d'~~ih'ilb
- jApr Samles sent on applination and
expressage >ald on bills over $10.
E#rand 0tl On 1)ooL s Nnt.
. 99.9 B MA. Mc~QassaT.
" To thu (itizoits of Fairfield.
IF yoi want a pure and unadulterated
article of Liquors for medicinal or
fiinily- plurposes en1l at the Centennial
To the Farm- rs and Planters of
IF you want any Liquors for your la
1lorers or plantation purposes, call at
he Centennial Bar, whore you can buy at
bottomu prices for
F. W. IIABENICHT,
feb 22 . Pr.oprietor.
Boot and Shoo Manufacturer,
VINNSIORO, S. C.
THE undersigned re
spectfully announces to the
citizens of Fairfleld that he
has removod his Boot and
Shoe Manufactory to one door below Mr.
D . Muller's. I am prepared to manufacturo
ill styles of work in a substantial and
workmanlike manner, out of the very best
materials, and at prices fully as low as the
same goods can be manufactured for at the
Norib or elsewhero. I keep constantly on
hand a good Stock of Solo and Upper
Leather, Shoe Findings &c., which will be
sold at reasonablo pricos. Repairing
promptly attended to. rermastrictly Cash.
pWm Dried Hides bought.
oct 12 J. CLENDINING.
D AN NE N BE RG'S
CALL AND SEE THEM.
. Winnsboi o Hotel.
THE undersigned takes pleasure in
informing his friends and the public
that he has removed to that large and
nooptodious Brick Hotel, located in the
nentro of busines., where ho Is prepared
to accormmodate the public with-clean and
well f\Nnis'lied rooms, and a table sup
plied,.with the best that the market
He Intends to deserve na hopes to
receive the public patronago.
Janovy, 8, 187-41 . Poprietor.
Subscribe for Tnz NEWs AlD Hxpa
ED, end b& enre tio hbe the reA4g
One car load seed Potatoes,
One " " " Oats.
A full line of Plantation Hard
ware consisting of
which will be sold low for
I keep constantly on hand a full
PLANTATION and FAMILY
4Mr 3.0Ol3D'E .X 37MS.
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
feb 20 R
wINNSBORO, S. C.
U. G. D)ESPORITES'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
feb 8Etc., Etc.
Has removed to the store next to Franoisa
W TATOHES, Clocks and Jewel, y re
Vpared, and satisfaction guaranteed
. Those inebted to me for work- on
jewelry will please pay at. once, for
Jiampton is Elected,
TROS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at Law.
AND TRIAL JUSTICE.
*0- All business entrusted to him in
)ither opaity will receive prompt atten
Ofice on Washington street, one door
ast of Winnsboro Hotel.
1. A G.AILLAID. Jxo. 8. RYNxOLns.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. S ZAW RANG&.
A. K. MACKEY,
Attorney 'ap CoUinenor ta Xaw,
No. 1, L A w BANQM,
Winnsboro, 8. 0.
AfSpecial attntion paid to the speedy
Io llection of elaims. Will practice in all
if the courts of this State and the Uaited
WE have now completed one of
the best stocks of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
IN THE COUNTY.
We will not be undersold. Let us
say, however, that ourben
Calicoes are 10 eontar.
yard. We cannot
sell them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL.
TO OUR COLORED FRIEND,
As you have mlways put conS.
dence innus, we will state that you
may depend on getting good. at a
reguar even price.
No baits held out to any ose.
To-day the campaign's fairly closed,
The lucky an is he
Who takes his seat on the 4th of )arek
Our President he'll be :
And now the next best thing
Just suited to our mind,
[s where to get the eheapest goods
The best of goods to find.
siy friends and I wenat out one day,
Somec New syvlgy Qeo t.ba
and we resolved,before we went.
The different stores to trf.
We wandered Winnsboro alt aroet
Until our feet wre aos0
ad found the very place, eat,
T'was SOL WQI WB New Cse6 Sters
)f Hats, Olothing and e( b~
The latest to our vidg
Lhe very best htgled
And 'rints to hbe ibo
Nodiety tim~. r, a