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RAILROAD SCHEDULES.--The follow
ing are the hours at which the trains
on the C. C. and A. I. R. pass
R oUJAit PAsszqu-NIony.
For Cliariof'te 2.81; A. 1J.
For Augdistal l ,.
For Augusta, 11.45, A, M.
For Charlotte, 1.00, . ,
Administrator's Sale-S. W. Daw
Sale Under Order of Court-...A.
PERSONAL.- Col. James H. Rion
returned from Washington on Sun
day morning. He expresses hiise'f
as much pleased with his: visit to
President Hayes. and thinks the
outlook very encouraging for South
Carolina and the South generally.
Trial Justices can furnish them,
selves with the necessary blanks by
applying at the office of TUE NEws
AND HERALD. . .A fill assortment of
these blanks will be kept constantly
on hand, or supplied at short notice.
Prices low, work good, and satisfac
COLLECTION OF TAxEs.-.-The collec
tion of the ten per cent. contribu
tion still goes on finely in, this coun
ty. We trust that those taxpapers
who have not paid, will do so at
once. The book will probably be
closed in a very short -time, and
every citizen should at once call on
the Special Agent and pay the quota.
The amount collected up to four
o'clock on Monday is $4,050.19.
Intelligence has been received of
the death, in Brooklyn on Friday
last, of the Rev. Henry R. Dickson.
Mr. Dickson was well known to the
people of Fairfield, having been for
years a member of Harmony Pres-.
bytery. Two years ago he assumed
charge of a Dutoh Reforme 1 church
in Brooklyn whi-e he has since been
officiating. His death, which result
ed frin congestive chills, Will be
FAIUFIELD: SABR3E'CUB.-We have
been requested to state that there
will be a meeting of this Club in
Winnsboro on Saturday next "at 11
a. M. We understand that the
oblect of the meeting is to place the
Club upon a full. military footing,
and to tender the organization to
Governor- Hampton to be enrolled
as a part of the State militia. It is
desired that every member of the
Club, and all who purpose joining
it, be present next Saturday at the
FAsT SCIIEDUL.-The following
notice has been issued :
C. C. & A. R. R. CO.,
CoLUMBIA, 8..C., M~arch 8, 1877.
From and after the 11th inst., the
p)assenger train north on this road
-will leave Augusta .at 8.45 p mn.,
and stop only at the following
named stations :Graniteville, Pine
H ouse, Johnston's, Batesburg, Lees
ville, WV. C. & A. Junction, Colum-.
bia, Ridgeway, Winnsbor-o, Black..
stock,; Chester, Rock Hill and Char
lotte. Going south, stop at all
regular statiops ..between .Charlotte
and Columbia ;isouth of Columbia,
at WV. C. & A. Junction, Leesville,
Blatesburg, Johnston's, line House,
Graniteville and Augusta.
A daily freight and acecomnmoda
tion ti-aili. will run. (Sundays except
ed) stopping at all iltations on the
line, leaving Charlotte at 4.85 a. mn.,
arrivinjr in Columbia at 2.48 p. mn.;
leave Columbia 6.80 p. mn., arriving
in Augujsta 8.57 .a. mn. Going
n orth, leave Augusta 5.00 a. mn.,
arriving in Columbia 2.28 p. mn.;
leave Colwgzbia 9.15 a. in., arriving
in Charlotte 7.58 p. in.
. s LJ~i.s ANDERsoN,
By this it will be seen tlhat . the
n.ight trili will not stop at KilliaIn's,
Doko, Simpson's,-White Oak, Wood
.wards, Smith's or Lewis'. ' The mail
will blyjd g lna hs
places by maithere-that is,
hooks and arms ' afd4hed to the
mail cars which seize thebag suspen..
ded from a pest'at'the' station and
sweep it into e train~ V.
A smart school boy says takes
thirteen it p~ p
Stanley Mat'ihowe' Letter to Cham
WAsHINpodi.Ma olt 1O.-Tl e fol-,
lowing letters wero-inado publidyes.
terday bfGovernor Chamberlain, at
the special req eFt df tanley Mat.
thews, and arethe letters alluded to
by Mr. 1iaine in the Senate on the
7th imst. -
VAaIINGTON CITY, MAnOl 4, 1877.
?ot, D. . Ohamberlain, lnumbla, S. :
- My D i .- I have not the
honor of a personal acquaintance
with you, but have. learned to re
spect you from nib novedge of
your reputation. I take the liberty
of addressing you,, now, with great
distrust of the propriety of doing so,
prefacing it by saying that I speak
without authority from any one, and
represent only my own views. The
situation of public affidrs in Suth
Carolina is too complicated to be
discussed at length in a note, and
yet impresses me as one that ought
to be chapgod by the policy of Re
piblican statesmen in such a way as
not, only to remove all the contro
versies that disturb that State, but
to remove the embarrassments aris
ing from.it, to the party in other
parts of the country. It has oc
curred to o o suggest, whether
by your on cpncgrriehe and co
operatiQp, an, srrangenoent could
not be arrived at which would obvi
ate the necessity for the use of Fed
eral arms- to support either
government, and leave that to stand
which is able -to stand itself. Such
a course would relieve the adminis
tration from the necessity, so far as
executive action is concerned, of
making .any decision between the
conflicting governments, and would
place you in a position of making
the sacrifice of what you deemed
your abstract rights for the sake of
the peace of the community, which
would entitle you to the gratitude
not only of your own party, but
the respect and esteem ithe entire
coun try. I trust you will pardon
the liberty I have taken, as my mo
tive is to promote not only the pub
lic but your personal good. With
Appended to the foregoing letter
are the following lines by Mr.
DEAR GovERNOR-I have read this
letter, and conversed with Col. Has -
kell and Senator Gordon on this
subject, so interesting to us all. I
should be very glad to aid in a solu.
tion of the difficulties of the situation,
and especially to hear from you,
speedily. With my compliments to
Yours, very truly,
Wu. M. EVARTS.
Sale Under Order of Court.
R E. Er.Lrtsu, Sa,,Anatioaeer.
A. Markley Lee, Junior, Trustee of the
Bankrupt Estate of J. M. Caldwell
Jacob A. Caldwoll and~othere.
B Y virtue of an order .of the Dist riot
Court of the United States, for the
D~isrtiet of South Carolina, in the above
case, will be sold on Monday, the second
(lay of April, A. D. 1877, at the Court
House in the town of Winnsbozro, County
of Fairlield and State of South Carolina,
at 12 o'clock, m.:
All that tract 6f land, containing EIGHT
HUNDRED AND FORTY AcRES, more or less,
situate, lying an~d being in the 'ounty of
Fairfield and the State afores.rid, on the
waters of Wateroe Creek, bou nded on
the north by lands of W. J. Lathiam, east
by lands of Dr. Samuel Mobley, south by
la'nds of Rev. T. WV. Erwin. wecst by lands
of'4. Watt Blrice; and having such other
shape, marks and boundaries as a plat of
resurvey made by J. C. Caldwell, D. S.,
on the -- day of -, 1872, more fully
All that tract or plantation of land, con
taiming Ev3yN HUNDRED ACREs of landl,
more or less, sit late, lying and being in
the County of Fairiteld and the State
aforesaid, on the -waters of Dutchmnan's
(Creek, bounded by lands of Thos. Davia,
Estate of David P.ro vence, Estate of N. A.
Pcay, Henry Harrison, Jeter Harrison
and others; and hiaving such other boun
laries as a~plat f resurvey nm vio by B.HI.
Robertson, D. A., more fully representa.
All that certaia piece, parcel or Jot of
land, with the storo-houso theroon,lying,
being and situate in the town of Black
stock, in the State and County aforesaid,
frontine' on Main Street, and located
between the lots owned resp~ectively by
Culp & Ragsdalo and John C. Maokorell.
All that lot or parcel of land lying and
situate in the town of Blackstock and
State aforesaid, fronting oai Main Street
two hundred and tona feet, on south-east
by land@ of. W, D. Richardson one hun.
dred and aity-eliht' feeton theo north
by -lot tro hundired and ten feot,
and on the north-west by alley-way one
hundred std bixty-eight feet-containing
T~faER THOUSAND, NINE HUNDRED AND TWEN
TY (8920) SQUAnE YARDS, mere or less.
TE MS OF SALE:
One third cash, the bafance in two
equal anccessive annual Instalments, with
interest froin day of sale, payable annual.
ly, seeured by bond of purobaser and
mortgage of the premises. Buildings on
premises to be fnsured, and policy as
P urchaser to pay for papera.
A. M. HUGER,
mar 18-tds Referee,
ET'orJob Printnag done at
- T NEWR AD n anAL~ tm
TheCheap Cash Store
.Su ellimei &Co.
PICKLES ! PICKLES !
In Barrels and Sold by the
A , ink Eyo.
All kinds of Now Orleans Syrups.
A new stock of Spring and Suimmer
Goods which will be sold, as9 usual,
Very Cheap for .Cash.
New CGodcs I
B. GS andelllner&Co
NepIKES PriadLteGS! ex
of the..des and publd geery h -
Mises'andChidre's attrnPink Stoe.
All kind s ossiblean yus
Aewr hm stock onsists ofd ene..ao
Goad wichandil bheoe takes tooual
muh ieran sce t~o itamih.Suic
if0av t toh anfn Dry oos wain
Fine Ealy Millierttosadrs
GaNen Spring Pint andohrGodtx
an o ilurl cLnmbe favorgly &.tho
sany in the lowkest,b
feb24 A ,G . BNT
- Loc'ated hle n's Dotte&Cos instore
marked dwin .ricfll supply ofthoiceou
asur s poinb, lgse. ee
ALAYRA a EeVnGe4i
fres and cllie, oeynthe Groclly kp
Depa rtet. etblsmn--uha
ra ect.-ndsed evething tat the
ittosy, sidiou tand allyoir ane.
l.a a'Mr Ca.zL* Ci. s.
THOS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at L aw
AND TRIAL JUSTIOE.
1.11 All business entrusted to him in
either capeity will receivo prompt atten
Oflice on Washington street, one door
east of Winnsboro Hotel.
II. A G.A!I.L.a. JNO. 8. IRrsOLns.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. 3 IA W1 RANGE.
A. M. MACKEY,
Attorpey and Counsollor at Law,
No. 1, LAAW RANG1,
Winnsboro, 5. C.
Aye Special attention paid to the speedy
collection of clains. Will practice in arU
of the cotjr:s of this State and the United
P ICE s.
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS OF
FEllED FOR THE
WIE offer our Stock of Wintor Goods
at greatly reduced prices for the
We will receive in a few dcays a lot of
which eun be bought V'.R .
We would eall the attention of planters
to our Stock of
onsisting of Iron, Steel, Plows, Bellows,
Nails, &c., &c., which we offer
McMaster & Brice.
N B.---Speeial attention to Gents' fur
TI'o the Citizens or Fafilold.
I F you want a pure and unadulterated
article of Liquors for medicinal or
fanly purposes call at the Centennial
To the Farm r.; aindl Pa titers of
1F you want any Liquors for your la
borers or plantation purposes, call at
the Ce'ntenn'ial Bar, where you can buy at
b)ottoml prices for
F. W. UABIENICHT,
feb 22 Pr.>prietor.
JIE undlersigned informs the citizens
of Winnsboro and tho county generally,
that lhe has openeld a Tailoring Establish
ment in the store next to Mr. J1. Clendin
ing's. He is prepared to do all kinds of
work in his line at short notico and on
reasonable ternms. A full line of samples
kept constantly on hand, from which
customers may rmake Relections. Special
attention given to CUJTTING.
A'h 24 -tfa ~mV. 0, ROCHIE.
TO their large and oleganit assaortment
Especially their JDerry,, Fruit and Preserve
To their varIety of LAMPS, which, for
beauty and cheapness, excel,
To their large 4took 6of 0CK0ii?, whiob
they offer atilow prds to M1os. out their
.EEPS constantly on hand a full sup,
[l)y of Ohoice FAMILY Gt00FRIES and
PLANTATION MJPLIES, His stock hs
ecently boon replenished, ap4 he is now
-oady to supply the wants of all.
WE have now completed one of
the best stockts of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
IN TUE COUNTY,
We will not be undersold. Let us
say, however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 conts a
yard. We cannot
sell thei lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods,
GIVE US A CALL.
TO OUR COLORED FRIENDM
AB you have always put conn
deuce mn us, we will state that yoiu
may depend on getting goods at a
regular oven price.
No baits held out to any one,
WINNSB3OBO, S, C.
U. G. DESPORTES'
BOOTS AND SHOES,