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RAILROAD SOnumLs.-The follow
ing table shows the hours at which
the trains on the C. C. & A. R. 1t.
For Charlotte...........1.57, r. M.
For Augusta..........a.4.1, 19 r. .
For Augusta............12.52, A. Ir.
For Charlotto..........2.55, A. M.
Masonic Mooting-G. 13. Mc
Citation-O. R. Thompson, J. P.
KILLED 3y Ac[ri)r-.--On last
Tucsday night two ncgro boy; wuie
attompting to drivo some cows for
Mr. H. Y. Giladney, near Salem
Church. Ono of them had a
double-barrol shot-gun strapped on
his shoulders. The stral) came
loose, anI tho brooch of tho gun
struck the gronwmd, causing it to be
dischargod-the contents k(Ulging
in the face and head of Jeff ,
causin, death. An inquo.-St was
held by Trial Justice Evans and the
jury rendered a verdict that the
deceased caine to his death by
JANUARY 12.--Since the death of
the lien law and the birth of the
usury law, the peoplo of this section
seem to be endowed with new life;
and it appears that nearly all are
infused with frosh oncouragnent
with the dawn of botter times. My
earnest hopes are that none will
have reason to be disappointed with
our apparent propitious out--look.
Whether to this legislation is due
the full credit of inspiring our po
ple with new enorgy or not, I feel
safe in Saying that they would
enter a protost against the resur
rection of the former or an attempt
by the Legislature at its coming
meeting to repeal the latter.
Christmas p)assod off quietly, but
not without much eIjoym1ent to
our young folks, regardless of the
rain and mud. The hot supper at
Mrs. R. W. Coleman's more than
met the expectations of the most
sanguine supporters of the arrange
mont. Much praise is duo Capt.
J. F. V. Legg and the other earnest
wvorkers for the Sunday-school at
Cool Branch Church, and for the
magnificent Christmas-tree arrang
ed for tihe honefit of the juveniles of'
that community. Many a young
and tender heart' was made to
bless the Sunday--school for being
the means of bringing them so
many presents. Would not the
morala of our people be greatly
advanced in a few years, if each
neighborhood could be induced to
establish and carry on a good
In conclusion, lot me add that in
my humble judgment the amend
ment to the school law will bring
millions of benefits to the coming
generation. One other amnen dmen t,
howvever, is necessary-that is, all
children between certain -ages
should be required to be put at
school for a specified number of
months for each year.
[The law provides that so soon
as the school system be fairly
organized, every child be sent to
school a certain number of months
in each year. Ens.]
A fatal duel was fought a few
miles from Savannah, on last
Saturday between Messrs. Robert
Fishburne and W. S. Harley, of
WValterboro. The former had
used insulf,ing language to thme
latter, and refused to retract or
apologize. At the first fire Mr.
Harley received a severe wound in
the right side, from which he died.
Prince Frederick Charles, of Ger
many, wanted to separate from his
wife, but his old uncle crooked his
finger at him and said : "Perhaps
you want to separate from the
Roal family, too ?' Fred and his
wif are now happy.
Pay your subscription to TUB
Nzws AN HSALr.
CUlt FAV'O1 DIPHETHRIA.
A Reinody th-t if said to bo both Sim.
p)10 Inld i'llpid.
A few years ago, wh lilh)1theria
Wis raging in England, ia gentle
1111111 1CcO11mpaniied the celebritted
Dr. Field on hiis rounds to wit.noss
the so-called "wondorful cures"
which ho performed, while the
patients of others woro dropping
on all sides The remedy, to be so
Irtpid, imitst be simplo. All he took
with him was powder of mulpulitr
and i (iill, and wit.h these ho cured
every patient without exception.
He put a teaspoonful of flour of
brimstone into a wineglass of witer,
aind stirred it with his finger, in
stold of a spo>n, as sulphur does
not readily lnualgaiate with vater.
When the Illphiur was well inlixed
he gave it as a gargle, anld in ten
ninutcs th)e p0-.tn was ont of
danger. Brim. t .no hills every
specie" of fungus in Jan, beast and
pl iit in a iw Ilinitu.s. Instund of
spitting ont tihe gargle lho recoim
ienled the swallowing of it. In
extre cases, in which lho had
beenl eldled just in the nick of tie,
when the fingus was too nearly
closed to allow the gargling, lle
blew the sulphir throg'sh Ia (uill
into the throat, and after the
fungus had f;r,runk to a1llow of it,
then i.le garglinig. 1he never lost
t patient from diphtheria. If a
ifient ('anno1t gargle, tako at live(
coal, put, it Oil ia shovel alld 'inuikle
sp 5oont'ul or two of flour of brim
stonle at iL time upon it, let the
mill'rer inh1al it, holding the head
kvel it, an11d the finigns will die.
If pkitilully used tho wholo rooli
may be filled almost to suel'ation ;
the patifie can walk about in it,
inhaling the fumes, with doors and
windows shut. The modo of
fumi:ating a room with Sulphur
has often cured Iost violent attacksq
of cold in the head, chest, etc., at
any time, aid is recoimmendeil in
cascs of consuimiption and asthma.
Wihinsboro Lodge, No. 11, A. F. 31.
T rqglar monlil icmmunicttm
1.of thii tdge will be'heli t'hlis evLlinllt
ait 7. o'.eloo'.
Gr. 11. McCtA N'TS,
.in 17 recrerv.
The Ml,ate ol' South Carolinm,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
B.- 0. 14. T710.11P.,50, EVq., Probnde Ji./e
N 11ilEAS, Elizableth 'J. H1:milton
Vlitt Itade suik to ium to grat lier
Ime ters ofiininistrat ion ot' the vAfta e and
ed'-es of Williain H-ililton, dieceed:
These are therefor! t o cito and ad mn -n i,'h
all and siiigmlar tho himndrod and crd'litOrs
of tho tiaid William 1ilmillon, doa'd, that
they be iand(1 Itppear bf.-foro Imle, inl tie -'oulrt
oiProbale, to ) helil it liurfeld Court
1lonse, S. C.,on the list day of Januarv
next, after pulAiention hereo1, At II
o'clock in the tortenloonl, to shew cauls, if
any they have, why the said adiniistra
tion should not be granted.
Griven under tny hand, this 16th day
of January, Anno Domini 187-.
0. 1R. THOMPSON,
jan 17.4xlaw2 J. P. I".'C.
\ LL persons indebtedi to t he estate ot
notifiedi that the nXotes tand aiccounlts
blongIingjii to) said estate have bteen placed.
in the htmnts of Jamues (G. M[cCants, tatter
nmey, with instrVuctionis to settle up andu
collect thte same. tas sooni as p)ossible.
jan 15- Admiinist rator.
SA LE OF' LAND.
B Y virtue or authority conlfer red on
the mxortgageo in amti by a1 mior tgago
exocutedl by Jtcob Bookottn, Tm ustee,
to 8. W. lBookhaurt, of dtt the 2'4tf day .t
January, A. D). 1 8t69, I, as aissignee of
said mortgagee, will sell, on I th first
Monday in Feb)ruary next, to theo highest
bidder, tat Fitifild Court H ouse. All
tat cerItaini plthtion ini said imortgage
deib0edIta, cotin iititng a5vi.. 1Ln1):tion
(7100) tacres, more31 or less, lying, 'eiim,
and situaite in Ftairflell coutv, in the
State of Soutf.h Ctarolina, on wate.rs of
Ii.,A. Glean, RL. H. Jonnings, Josso
Wiritok and others. Te'rmns Cnsh.
jan 15- M. A. HOLMES.
rfIHE subscriber htas removed his Boot
(. and Slhoe Manufactory to a few doors
belo0w W. Rt. Doty & Co.'s, grocery store,
and( opposito J. M.. Galloway's hardware
store, where lho will bo p)10)18ed to see his
friends antd customers, He has lowered
the prices of all kinds of work in his
Fine French CaIf Skin Boots to $10.
Shoes froum $3.00) to S$1.00.
Mending anid repairing promptly at
tended to at reasonable rates.
p-ii All wvork warramntodl.
jan 6 J. OLENDINING.
Prepare for C hristnisn
rP3HE proprietor of 'OURL HOUSE bogs
Lto nr his oustomers and the
pulblic generally that lie has the largest
and1( best stock of gods in his line in
town, c.onsisting of:
oltard, Dupuy & Co.'s, Cognc Brandy,
Pure old Jamaion Rum, Old Pear Holland
Ghin, Lynchburg Ivye Whiskey, Lincoln
counjty Rye \Vhiskey, Old Virginia XXX
Rye Whiskey, Old1 Kontucky Bourbon,
Blythewood Pure P'o-ieh lIrandy, 160 .
Peach and Apple Brandy, N. C. S*eot
Mash Corn Whiskov, Stone Mountain
Sour Mash Corn WVhiskoy.
G. H. Mumnm & Co.'s, Champagne:
WVinos, Ales, Porter and Lager Beer.
Tomn and Jerry, Hot Scotch &e. Fresh
Oysters and fresh N. C. Pork Sausage
alwvays en hand, RL(spotfully,
doo 13 J. n. nmoCAT.Ev
Thollsalmds tse it, Why Iesitate
JoY Wo i: Woomk! Wo:Aux iti.:!..
A1m)g the mlianly Iiodern dliscoveric
lookinig to thet ha1ppinless,n- atir
tioln of the humailn ra1mo, noneo is etitle<
to highe..r cisidevationl tha fi t he 0enOwn1e
rejedy-Dr. . Bradlielid's Fetmalu otegu
lator, Wo1m1m' l'st [riend. By it wo
mitank izi vliniic Ipat ed Iv froim it tnm berless ill
pvenliar to her ,(-. f11,4ort its i.mgi
powe Id iriregulariit ies of thle womi
vaIh. It mires Whits. It cures sup
pression of' thle mensen. It, remove.
terinw ob:,trucvtions. 1t cures conistipm
lionl iil xlrengtheis the svtnil. I
bratCex the mnrvs and purifiesim t blood
lit nlver fails, ai ifotisainds of woienl wil
tesify. This valuiable tiedivitne is pro
panial and by J. Bra NO 1, M.iant
(iorgit. l'rivc $1.5 I per bottle. For sab
by [ia. W. I. Ana;;,
STATE oFi SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF FAIlRFIELI).
Court of Commoun Pleas.
Wi. 11. K.rr. Ss CIerk of the Court 0
Cmillno l P-leaA or (he County (if Fait
!'w4-1, Phaiintiff. Vn arthat.J. Meams
F21nn11i o A. M.-ans, Mahria 1). Meams
Martha 11a-eans, Sarahl T. Meanls, Joh:
C. Aleans, Gabriu it.leians, T. Ros
]ob(rtsoni and ( eo. W. Williams & Co.
To the Dendants, 'Mati J. 'Mean:
Faiit A. Mv.ms, Mlaria D. Mcank:4
Aialthi leau. , Strahl 'T. leans, Jol
C. 1vants Cabriella Me Tn. T. Ro.,
Rlobeit on and1 Gno. V. Williamsi .
iY t'U are herb,eb sumnnone1 an r
(inirn:A to anlswer fth,.etcomplainlt il
this a-tion, whhih is tiled ink the of1i
of te Clerk of Coimmon Plias, for t:
s:tid couity, in ,l I, servo a copy. of ylo
answer 4 thf s11id conplaint oi ti
bi--rs at. their oIlice, No. 3, Lit
liangi- Winnsbort, S. C., within t-ent
<hd y-; if'tert1 scrvico hi'leol, kxlusive i
the Iday v of,slih service; an11d it you fail I
ItIaswer the (om111plaiit wvilhii tihe tinl
idormsail, the plaititill' in this awtion wi
apply to Ithe Conrt for the relief domait
eJ ink the v-1omplainit.
GAILLA1,D & REPYNOLDS,
Filvd 1)(-vember 3l, 1877.
Win. ii. Kerr, C. C. C. P. P. C.
To (he Defondlanwq, M.-irtha J. MD.an<
Fannio A. Mleans, Maria D). Mtean:
martha Mleans, Sarahi T. Mlvans, Job
C. leans and Gabriella Moans:
T.mm.otc rimt o.h suimmtons inl thi
actimi, of-i wih the-! foregoing is it cop
w ... lifi d in le :li vo o f th e C le rk o f C o n ,
for ai eli ciikuty, on the, 31st day
December, A. 1). 1877.
GAILLA]RD & REYNOLDS,
x Plaintiff's Attorneys.
1 make a change in our business v
will froin this dato offer our large an
selected stock of goods at a groat redu4
tion, and a large part of themi at an
CONSISTING IN PART OF~
Clothuingv,, Chiarlottosvil Cassi mere
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Alpaeas, Cashimeres and Dresa Goods,
Kid and Lislo Gloves, H-osiery au
J. F. McMYaster & C
Sellng t cot.
I have a few pair dressed Buggy Shatf(
at.95 cents, Buggy and Wagon Hul
firomi 0 cents to $'1. 0, Bhtggy and Wiago
Rlims itt $1.00i andl nuwards, Buggy an
Wagon 8pokoo at $2. 25 andi upward;
Well Wheels at forty cents each, Sh<
Onins from $2.00t to $18.00 catch, Gu
P'owder', best, nt. $0. .0 per' keg, M usket
at $2.00I each, i1k at 5 cenits per bot tc
Cedar Churns at 70) con ls, Cross ('ut Savi
$3.25 eachi,feather D)ust Brushes 65 conI
to 75 cents, Hlandsaw Files 10 eatch, Wat
Plows itnd points at cost, Teca Scales
$1,11 each. Anything at cost.. I am e:
sp)ec.ing to dlispjoso of my stoch in two(
three weeks, and p)lerson wishing goot
w~ill do wiell to get t-hem at oncee. A
persons owing me must settle thoir a.
counts at an carly day.
jant J. M. GALLOWAY.
ENTIABi,[SI l) 1874.
GEO. B. EDWARDS,
Cottont andi General C!o:mssion Merchlt
CHARLESTON, S. C.
1-)ROMPTr attention given to the sale
Cotton, Peas, Corn, Rico aind Pr<
dutce of atlI kinds.
Merchandise bonught free of contmm
rien. Being on the spot, and thorough1
posted (on prices, entn guarantee larg
saving to buyers of merchiandise.
Agent at Charleston for State Lir
Ocean Steamships b)ot.wo. n New Yoru
Glasgow, Liverpool, London and all pa
Rleferences: Bank of Charleston; Jas
Adger & Co., Ch arleston, 8. 0,
I4OftjBAND CATTLE POWDEfE
TO THE 1
y ellStomliers kn11ow that I have 1retof
.I. South, ill SIt, <tilility iad prices.
Thim li has 'n wavn t1 'm I g"o Ii'(%tt
the North and West
- (tdo not. go backwards, but Conltinlitall y r
i new styltu;. I i tvo mil rodciatioi 4 inl pri
I (-Xpenlso to place in your hands4 at prie) list t
I respectfully iinvitu you to call and exa:
- ohasing elsewhere.
H Orders by mii will receive a4 nutch attei
It,woild mako the list too large t ) demeril
b) Parlor Suits, Diining 11o ill, 0llico. Stand
- ries, Dwarf Libratries, and hook Cases, mai
Thinking you for past favors, I remain, y
f:' No charge for drayage or packing.
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Branch OffMce, Corner I and 7th Streets,
j'i 8..tf Wsiniigtoni, D. C.
Rl. J. McCARLEY blogs t inform
over'y 01ne indebtedi to him, thlat, as he
inttenids selling out, it is imlperative that1
all aiccounts bo paid on or before tho first
day of January, 18777 After thlat daito
5 th10s0 wvho have not plaid up will please
a' call at tihe ofilee of A. M. Mackey, in
whoo ands all acOount8 will be plaocd
or clollect ion,
PEiIMANENTLrY CUREUD-NO IIlUMBUG
r by one muonth's usagge or juit. GIOULARD'S
vinCO 5 sirerers that thse powl1dersi wvil dho all
wecli for themi~ we wiill P1nd them by mail
3- lpost 1811(1,1a PltEI'ltAff L OX. As Dr. (Goulard
Is t he3 only phy3slcian thlat hs ever madte this)
dl8isets aspciall study and1( as to oilsr kno0wledge
lhosans hvebeen IliI3MANENTrLY (UREiD
by the use1 or these0 POWDEIsI, we will guaran
l.ee a permaunenst euro in overy caso, or refundc
you sill monsey expendced. All sufferors shiould
give these P'owders an early trial, andc be0 COn
Vinedi of thleir curativo Isowers.
it Price, for largo box, $:i.00, or four boxes for
$lr0.00, Hoent by masil to any part of thie United
tat.es or Caniada on receipt of prico, or by or
p)ress, U. 0. D. Addroes,
-ANh & RtOBBNS,
dec 25-1y 800 Fulton St., Brooklyn, Nt. Y
Corner of Broad and Washington Streets,
A UGUSTA 4 G&.
ITAS boon thoro lty renovated, re
m.L.sod rled and1( newly furnished. It
is located In the centre of business.
Te-legraph Office in the liotel builiding.
Ex pross Offico in the same block. Post
Of0111ce only one block off. All other pub..
lie conveniences close at hand.
.p Thle Othece of the Hotel will be
epen during tile night, and guests will be
'received or called at any hour.
pW. W.'MOORE, roprietor.
s Rates of Bloard, $2.00 per day
)re led the FURNITURE trado of the
' b, pirchvic.1 a, cheap from me as in
aise tlio standard of my goods, and add
) w !'erever possible, and spared no
att will holl) you to puRrchaso goodR.
aino i y stock and priceis before pur
ition as if given in person.
M amill tr)py all the different prices of
mng, Parlor and Lidies' Desks, Secreta
tuifactired by mno.
. V. DeGRAAF,
i1 and 149, BROAD STREET,
W. G. ROCHI-E,
IAS removed to the store next to the
post-olice, whero he will be glad to re
ceive his friends and customers.
A full line of Sanples will be kept on
hand. from which customers may make
selection.s. lie now has the finest line of
French and English goods over brought
to this market.
le is also prepared to cut or to mak
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
0*-V- Cleaning a specialty.
Thankful to the public for past patron
ago, he solicits a continuance of the
same, and guarantees satisfaction.
sept 18 W. G. ROCHE.
3. E.A&ger& Co.,
137 and 139 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
%TO)33E3 1X.! 01
FOREIGN AND DOMrSTIO
IEARDWARE, Cutlery, Guns, Sr d.
diery, Bar Iron and Plow Steel, Cuo x.
Agents for Bouth Carolina for tha
Pitent Steel Barb Fencing, and tho
celebrated Farner's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at reduced prices.
[iberal Terms to the Trade.
Large assortment of Agricultural Im
plements. A gricult ural Steels a specialty.
Bull Tongues, 'Iurn Shovels, Scooters,
Sweeps, lIeel Bolts, also, rough steel
State Agents Tredegar Horse and Mulo
'v1- All orders shall receive prompt
andl careful attention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
137 and 189 Meeting Street,
dee 16-xtaug oct dec Charleston, 8. 0
HIE undersigned begs leave to inform
his friends and the pub lie generally that
the 1testaurant attachod to the .orning
Star Saloon is open, and supplied with
the best the market affords-sueh as
Beefsteak, H1am, Bologna Saur,age, Oys.
ters in every style, Fish, and other deli
A full supply of the purest ' Wines,
Liquors and Larger Beer. pD- North
Carolina torn Whiskey a Aspoeialty.
A well selected stock of Tobacco and
The patronage of the public is solicited.
oct 14J-tx3rn Proprietor.
ESTIA BLISH ED IN 1859.
W fAcHEis, Olooks and Jewelry re
palred, and satisfaction guaranteed
N. B.-AIl who have left watohes at my
re must, come und get them, or I will
t6433n f or costsin thirty days.
pt 1's CIARLES lIULLER.
FRSH Garden Seeds and Oznion Sets,/
Colgate's Washing Boaps. The ba*gI
Fn- ten oont Olgus and the beht,,
not Cigars in town.
Just received by
J an 12 ~MoMA TENedh