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RAILROAD SCHEDULES.-Tho follow
ing table shows the hours at which I
the trains on the C. C. & A. R. R.
For Charlotte.......... .1.57, P. U.
For Augusta............4.19, 1. 1.
For Augusta..........12.52, A. bl.
For Charlotte............2.55, A. M.
Card of Thanks.
Caution Notice-Mrs. N. K.
School Notice-J. T. Bigbam.
Groceries, &c.-Klinck, Wicken
berg & Co.
Sale Under Mortgago-S. W.
Ruff, S. F. C.
Selling Out at and Below Cost
Sheriff"s Sale-S. W. Ruff, S.F.C.
Everybody is complaining that
times are harder than they have
ever been before.
The coroner's jury in the case of
Henry Golden, the colored man
found dead on Friday, rendered a
verdict that he came to his death
from the effects of "painter's colic."
AN OLD-ESTA1BLISIED HoUsE.--Wo
ask special attention to the adver
tisement of Messrs. Klinek, Wicken
berg & Co., of Charleston, which
appears in this issue of TuE NEWs
AND HERALD. This house is one of
the oldest in the city, and to long
experience in business the gentle
men composing it add a high repu
tation for fair dealing, promptness
and liberality. With extensive and
constantly increasing facilities, they
are always able to offer great in
ducenients to purchasers. They
keep in stock a full assortment of
staple and fancy groceriet, wines,
liquors, etc., which they offer at
wholesale and retail.
TuE EIOu BRIOADE.-Col. Asburv
Coward, the accomplished Principal
of King's Mountain Military School,
has been appointed to the command
of the Eighth Brigade, Volunteer
State Troops. His command em
braces the counties of Richland,
Fairfield, Chester, York, Lancaster
and Chesterfield. A better selec
tion. could not have been made. A
soldier by education and by an
exceptionally brilliant career in our
late war, an excellent disciplinarian,
and withal a model of the trre
Carolina gentleman, General Cow
ard will make an officer with no
superior and few equals in our
St ate. Governor Hampton could
not have made a batter selection ;
and the Eighth Brigade may con
gratulate itself upon having such a
TinE BERGER FAMILY-On Satur
day next the celebrated Boerger
Family Concert Troupe are to re
appear in Winnsboro and again
favor our citizens with one of their
entertainments. This company
need no commendation at our bands,
for they are well known and a
favorite troupe with our citizens, as
indeed they appear to be every'.
where. This season the Bergers
promise us an entertainment of
rare merit, and the company em -
braces several artists new to this
section. Prominent among these
latter are the great humorists and
comic character artists, the Delanos,
Jeppe and Fannie; the celebrated
Coleman Sisters, said to be the
most versatile musical artists in
America ; Miss Etta Morgan, the
~only lady saxophone player in the
world; Miss Kate Douglass,
soprano vocalist; and Miss Alice
Kellogg, trombone soloist. Miss
Anna Teresa B3erger, the wonderful
lady cornetist, is still the leading
member of the troupe, and the de
ightful music of the Swiss Bells
forms a prominent feature of the
entertainment. A crowded house
will be sure to welcome the B3ergers.
Seats may be secured in advance at
A. P. Miller's Confectionery.
Pay your subscription to TEE
Nu"ds A1x HRanna
FENoE on No FENCu.--Tlioro aro
two strong politiolns boefore im
Sonate, oneo inl favor of dop.unMg
the new feice law in Numher 8, al
tho other in olo"itioll On Thurs
day, a strong delegation went to
Colunbia to urge the chango ; and
on Friday a petition from a hmn-1
drod and fifty citizens was sent,
down to defeat it. It is a matter
of regret that there should be this
conflict of interests. While the
new law is a nocessity to almost tho
entiro county, there is a portion of
township number 8, bordering on
Riehiand, whore the change is not
desired. It has been tho endeavor
of Messrs. Gaillard and Brico to
secure tho fullest expresion of
opinion On this matter, as they are
unwilling to attempt "to force an
unwelcome law on an unwillinl"g
people." They announce that they
desire to havo both sides fully
heard before the Logislature decides.
If we are correctly informed, the
differenco in interosti; is geographi
cal. All along the upper portion of
Number 8, a large majority favor
the change. In the lower ortioin
an equally large majority oppose it.
The best solution of tho diflicult
is to divido Number 8, which is
huge and unshapely, ito two town
ships, and to run a lino fence b
tween the two. Or let tLe counlty
commissioners allow all perso1s in
township 8 to come over into town,'
ship 7, as long as the territory thius
acquired is contiguous. This is
a fair compromisu. If the intermsts
of tho people in township 8 are so
diverse, they should not be tied
together. This is not a time to
oppress anybody. What say the
people of Number 8 and the couniy
comlmlllission--ers to a divi"le?
A LLY pertons are hereby warnod not
L.L~-to hunt, fish,pass ovur, cut the tim
her or otherwse tresw.ss u1onl the l1nd
oft he utindrsigild, as ie law w%ill bel
eigidly en rwed againist all wIh (1d not
heed this notice.
MR1S. N. K. 1ABa,
MR1tS. SAR.H MILING,
jan 22-j xl J. M. LEM.\.ON.
.NEXTSe:ision opens J"anuary
21 . 'uition M.00, $1.1.00,
$20.00, per sesIioa. B.,ard,
$8.00 per month, or o.!5 per
week. Patrons have the bmne
fit of a public fund.
Apply to J. 'P. 1IGHAM.
jan 22-x3t Blacks(ock, S. C.
Selling Out at mnd Below co..
BEING dlesironUs of closing my busi
Famliily Groeries, Boots andE Shoes, "and
a fine stock of Lignors of all kinds,
AT AND) 1lE[OW C0.5VL, until. Febr,-irv
15, un!lss~ sooner sold1 out. Or, I will
sell the entire~ businiess, fixtures, and
lbeens.e, Onl alccommlodatinmg terms to a. re
All p)er.sons inldebted to m11 will settlo
upl unmllediately and save costs.
Jan 22-x ft feb15 Agent.
GRAND ENTERTAINMENT !
Saturday Evening, Jan. 26,
RIEAPPHARIA NCE OF TiHEiI RENow'NED
Great Company of star Artists !
LADI ES' 01Rol1 iEsTR A I
L.An)IEs' s[LVER CoiINET' BAND I
swiss jtELLt RIN(lR lift
voCAL118T, AND) COMED lIANs I
WILappear as abovae, and presenlt
a programmo 0repleto wmithm novelty,
overflowing with refined humor and p)re..
senting all the latest attract ions of thme
day. Comprising: Songs, 1)uets, Orches.
tral Overtures, Cornet Band QOnickstep,s
Swiss B3ell Music, Comic Delineat ions5,and
Solos on the Cornet, v iolin, Saxophonle,
Zilop.hono, etc., eto., by a Corps of Artists,
who, in their several specialties,
HAVE NO EQUAL IN THE WORLD!
Admission-75 and 50 Cents.
.fi' Seats can ho secured in adygance alt
A. P. Mihier's Con Iectiligry.
rj- HE firm of Loetech & Co. is this day
d aissolved by mutual consent.
January 1, 1878- P. ELDE).'I,
R. F. LEETOII.
I will contin-.ie the business heretofore
condnleted b)y Lectoh & Co., anmd respet
fully solicit a continuanoco of the Pat ron
ago of the pulblic. All persons owing thle
firm of Leetchl & Co. will settle with me1 if
paigby Jannary 20, 1878; andl those
havin anyclaims against, the same will1
prosent thema to mec for payiment.
In consequenice of my withdrawing
from the firm of Looctch & Co., andl being]
about to leave tile State, all persons in
debted to the old fIrm wvill find their aoe
counts withI F. Elder; and any accounts
upibyJnay20, will 'ha placed
wtmyatry,AM.Maekey, for col.
leetion, No. excepti ma1 made.
Jan 5-txt.jan2O n1. F. LEE.wmnI
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It woIld make th list too Lar o jose
varlor Siits, mning ito i, wilc11, Stan
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Brnch Oailee, tid Corere. and(li' 7thI S(.reet
p05 tai7E WhahingtonDr. ol;.r(
Fis,Ep l'psy,eI i
bPERMANENT OFI, CUREn-N~'1l~18 O Uill ii'a.
elebate t I nfl a llil e FIiiT'tr Co t . o u' on..
v0ince iiouy s il(Teerstha. Alls powdiers l ul d l
wiel tlim 1' fo lr s cr I.hmr Il,n them1 by maii
l'I'13t, o k i,a F t E TlIA SIi, orX.A r. )XI G or
1.1 .t.h t only physeja t hat, hais evr mae Uitis
lLisense a33 speel(l1 (jt rtid. nd aslo, ou b ox-dg
b hes of0 1) he e wns, w ilgtrn
lece a. perm nue Fttoen 81.ver c a, N. reYn
Ivo1I t.bl'or anarl rial,ad bie fon
rinced ofher cuancto wrs.oa (er
Porie, w'or lie vibo ., l)orlf o0 boxso
'i0.ci, an, byoute o ay r. oe ,h United
hoa pes o til kondrcep o' wr,or in hx
daers,1 $i7.0F o t. roly,N
UHE oebcraib.0 or ha$0.00. hi o
M.endin Shoanufeaitryn pomflw door
emdd pto M.as alloa's hrwr
storl, wherk hevwillabtcpleae o i
'rJnand uto r. He has lowered
WU LLY SELECTED STOCK OF
nit iH when giveu in person; hnd special
foro luA the FlJvNIiTuRE trado of the
InI b purch 01asl'a ) c rh ea 1110 11 in
rIaise the Ktan dlrd of my goods, and add
ri,- -- w heor, ver piilan spared no
ohat wvil iltip yom ti pvirohase gootis.
illifeI 1113y stock and prices beforo pur
vition 11 if givn' in pers,in.
-ibm andil cop), ilt tho dial'ront prieo of
ding. Parlor and L% dies' DcskH, Socreta
1in11'act ierel by mln.
. . DeCG RAAF,
47 and 149, BROAD STREET,
W. 7G~. ROCHEii,
H AS rinovel to the store i-xt to tho
post-office, whero he wvill bo glad to re
ecive his frieidsaid cu.tomers.
A fill line of Srmpleis will be kept on
land, from which customers mnny make
selectionls. lie now has1P thle finlest line of
Frunch and English goods ever brought
to this imarket.
Ho i. alo prepared to cut or to milk
up goods for those who deuiro.
Garments of all kindtis repaired and
ir C'eaning i spevialty.
Thankful to tho public for past patron
ago, he solicits ia continuance of tile
samno, and guarantecH satisfaction.
sopt 18 W. G. ROC1E.
137 and 133 McAting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LARDWARlE, Cutlery, Guns, Sad..
dleory, liar Iron andi low Steel, Cucumi.
Agents for South Carolina for the
Pateno. Steel Bnrb Fencing, and the~
celebrated Fairmer's FrienId PlowsV, 0one,
two and11 three horse, at reCduc.d pricesi.
Liberal Termlls to the 'iTratle.
Enrge assortment of Agricultural Im-.
lementsl. A grix'ultural'i St eels a s1pcialIv.
ulli 'Ton)guCs, TPurn Shiovels, Scootr's~
Sw eep.', II e1 Bol is, aliso, rough itteel
Stalte Agents Tredegar Horse and AIuIt
I e 4i-All 0orders shall recivo p)rompt
and( caireful t i nion.
J. E. ADGQER & CO.,
137 anid 1 39 Meeting Street,
de 16-xtnug Oct dec0 ChaleI(ston, S. O
HE7 undersigned begs leave to inform
his~ friends anid the pub1)lic generally~ that
thme Restanurant attachod to th~ -' ornUing
Star Saloon is open1, and)1 s4upplied with
the best5, tihe nmrkert nifords-such as
Reofsteak, lla~m, Bologna Sa1uNage, Oy 5
ters in every stylo, Fish, and other deli
A full supp)1ly of the pnurest Wines,
LJiquors anid Largor* Boor. pm Noi-th
Carolina ZCorn Whiskrey a sopecialty.
A wvell selectodl stock of Tobacco and
T [ho patronage of the j'rublio is sQlcitedI,
oct 14-tx3mi Proprietor'.
IFUEBJI Grd.n S.ed..ad Onion S.t..
Colgate's Washuing soaps.. The best in
Pine torn cent Cigars and the best five
cent Cigars in town.
Just received by
5Jsnn 12 MoM AWErn & I3nwC
STATE OF SOUTH CARIJNAA
COUN'Y OF FAIRFIELD.
C<n1r- of Conunon Plea.
Wim. 11. er-r, as Clerk of the Court of
mum~on Pleas for the County of Fair
fel-i, Phitit, (gainst Martha nJ. Mans,
F;i i i ii A. M',ins, Maria D. Means.
ilart iu Means, Sarah T. Means, John
0. 3leis, (Iahri0la Mleaus, T. Ross
Robertson allI Geo. \V. Williatils & Co.,
To the Defendan.ts, Mitha J. Means,
Fannio A. Mea%ns, Marit D. Means,
artha MeanIs, Sarah T. Means, John
01. M%eins Gabriolia MeIaus, T. Roma
lI)lVtrts,on ndl Geo. W. Wrillians &
Y 'U are rliveby summoned and re
11qu0ired to numwer the complaint in
this actionk, which is filed in the offlico
ofOthe Clerk of Cormmon Pleas, for the
said vounty, anl I. tOervo a copy of your
a11Nswer to tiht, said Complaint on the
subscribers it their office, No. 3, Law
llige, Winisibloro, 8, C., within twenty
days after the st-rvice hereof, uxulusivo o'
the day of such service; and if you fail to
answtr the complaint within the time
aForesaid, lte plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court. for tho relief loiand
ed in thu coipltiit..
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
Filed Decomber 3, 1877,
Wim. 11. Kerr, C. C. C. P. F. C.
To the Defenudaits, Martha J. Means,
Fannio A. Means, Maria 1). Means,
Martha N4eas, Sarah T. Moans, John
C. Means and Gabriclla Houns:
Tmu.o- NoTION that. the sunimons in this
action, of which the foregoing ii a copy,
wa%s tiled in the offico of the Clork of Court
for Fairfield .ouity, on the 31st dy of
December. A. D. 1877.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
0 O make a change in our business w'
will from this Iato offer our largo and
selected stock of goods at a great reduc
tion, and a largo part of them at and
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Clothing, Charlottolsville Cn.ss1mOes,
Hats, Caps, Boots nud Shoos,
Alpacas, Cashniores and Dress Goods,
Kid and Lisle Gloves, Hosiory and
J. F, McMaster & C
Selling at -ost.
I have a few pair dressed Buggy Shafts
at 95 cents, Buggy and Wagon Hubs
from 95 cents to $3. 60. Bluggy and Wagon
]timss ait $1.00) and upwards, uggy andi
Wagon Sp)okes at $2.25 and upwards,
Well WVheols at forty cents each, shot
Guns from $2.00 to $18.00 each, Gun
Powder, hest, at $65) por keg, Miuskets
at S%.00 each, TIdk at 5 cents per bottle,
Cedar Churnssat 70 tent,s, Cross Cut Saws
$3.25 each,feather Dust Brushes 65 cents
to 75 tcents, llandsaw Files 10 each, Watt
Plows anud points at cost., Tea Scales at
$1.00) each. Ansythsing at cost. I am ex
specting to dispose of moy stook in two or
t.hroo weeks, andtt personts wishing goods
will do well to gei, them at once. All
petrsonis owing mec must settle their ac
counts at an early day.
jan 1 .1. M. GALLOWAY.
Egg 1Nogg for Christmas
rp HE uin drsignueil respoctfully onls
the attention of theo citizens of Fair-,
lield to thic fact that he has a ftIl stock of
tho nest LIQUORS and WINES in the
Doro, anid guairantees its pnrity ini every
instansco. In hsisstock arc the follow,
D)upuy, Otard & ('o., Cognac Brandy,
Old genuine Jamia in, genuine 1808
Cabinet Rye, genuis ' 18(68, Ronnocko
Rye WVhis<ey, genuine Knickerbocekor
Rtye Whiskey, genuine N, C. Aple
Brandy, genui no N. C. Sweet Mash Corn
Whiskey, gon isue Stone Mountain Sour
Mash (oOrn Whislkey, genuine Ilaucho,
Fis & CJo., Chiamspaigne, fine Palo Tablo
Sherry; and1 a fult stock of all Domestic
Liquors, Wines, Ales, Cigars, T.Lobaceo,
Pipes, &e., &c.
en 8 F. W. JIABRN ICHT,
SALE 01? LAND.
BY virtue of authority center red on
the msortgagee in and by a mor tgge
executed by Jacob Bookman, Truste
to S. WV. Blookhsart, of date the 2'th day ,t1
January, A. D. 1869, I, as assi nlee of
said mortgagee, will sell, on tos first
Monday ini Fe1br..pry next, to the highest
bidder, at Fairfield Court House: All
that certain plantation in said mortgage
described, containing SRVEN HsUNnsD
(700) acres, more or less, lying, being
and situate in Fairfld county, in theo
State of South Carolina, on waters of
Crooked,.Run, and bounded by lands of
HI.A. Gleng, R. H. Jennings, Jesse
Wiriok and "'there, Terms Cash,
jan 15- M, A, OMES,
Jame i Aien,decaed AOherns
belonin to said estate have4 bM i pla
in th hands of James G. McCtet;~~t
ney, with instructions to sottile up a~
collect the same as soon go
ja n 15-- n ii -W t