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CI oNE OF SCIIEDULE..-ih follow
ing is the schedulo of the Charlotto,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Uoing South. Going North.
Lonve BlackHtock, 3.15, p. bt. 12.15, P. mr.
Winn.4boro, 4.02, 1. m. 11.26, A. m.
" tidgpway, 4.38, 1 m. 10.52, A. M.
Goin outh. Going North.
Leavo Mackstock, 12.31. A. M. 2.03, A. M.
Wi.ansboro, 1 .14, A. 26. 1.14, A. it
Ridgeway, 1 .49, A. M. 12.36, A. B1.
The night trains meet at Winns-,
We publish, this morning, the pro-.
ceedings of the Stato Domocratic
Executive Committee, proposing a
scheme of reorganization. We advise
our readers to preserve it for future
The Methodist church, on Sun
day, was filled to overflowing in.
consequence of the absence of ser
vices at .. several other churches. :
The Rev. Mr. Rogers preached a
very impressive sermon on the text,
"Come and see." Mr. Rogers is
quite an acquisition to religious
On Sun-lay night tho kitchen at
tached to thn Episcop:l parsolnago
was discovered to be on firo. The
alarm was sounded and there was a
general turn out, but the fl:unes
were extin-uished before thi(-ro wias
any need for extra help. It is pre
sumod that the cook stove was the
cause of the acciient.
A memorial has been forwarded to
the General Assombly, signedl by
prominent citizens of this communi
ty and the surrounding country, sugr
gesting our esteemed follow..citizen,
A. S. Douglass, Esq., as a suitable
person for the judgeship of the
sixth circuit. Amongst the signers
were the names of merchants, law.
yors,.farmers and mechanic.3.
A&' WANTD.-We desire to pro
cure copies of the following num
bers of the weekly NUws AND HrRD.n:
Ocber 5, 1876.
October 12. 1876.
October 19. 1876.
May 9, 1877.
May 16, 1877.
May 2:3, 1877.
May 30, 1877.
July 11, 1877.
Any person having these num
bers, or any of them, will be
liberally comnpen sated on bringing
the same to this office.
DENTAL, NoTc.-Dr. Isaiah Simup
son, Surgeon Dentist, Winnsboro,
S. C., takes this occasion to return
his grateful acknowledgments to
his friends and the public generally
for the confidence reposed and
paftronage besto wed during the
past ten years. And as he is now
permanently located in Winnsboro,
he hopes, by performing faithfully all
operations entrusted to his care, in
the latest and most scientific man
nor known to the profession, to
receive a continuance of the same.
He will be found at his office on
Market street, opposite the Town
Clock. Office hours from 9 a. mn.
to 1 p. mn., and from 7t p. m. to 5
p. in. Call early, as he will be
absent two weeks from the 20th of
An Argument in F'avor of the Re-elec
tion of Judge Mackey.
.Aecsrs. .Editorse: It is apparent
to every observer that the popular
voice of the p)eople of the county of
Fairfield is at variance with your
position and that of your corres-.
pondent "Vox," and that of
"Wentworth" of the Charleston
.News an~d (fourier in the matter of
the judgeships-in as far as the
re-election of Judge Thomas J.
Mackey is involved. The writor
hereof has had recent opportunity
of conversing with a large number
of the citizens in the southern and
eastern portion of the county, and
not a single objection was en-.
countered; but on the contrary all
were zealously in favor of Judge
Mackey's re- election, as an evidence
of high justice at the hands of the
disenthralled and redeemed people
9f South Carolina.
,The "manfah have tm..b s..o
SoundI andt Weall.
ATLANTA, G.A., Deeenber 29, 18C3.
Dit. J. B8mm:i - Jear Sir: I take
p.leatiro in Ktaiting htat, somlietilc pre..
vious to tho Into war, I Ised, with the
utImost success, on a servant girl, your
Female Regulator, prepired then at Brad-.
field's Drug Storo, West Point. .a. 81ho
had been suffering severely from mup
press;ed ment4(ruation and this medicine
%ootj restormd her to health. Sh' is to-day
living in Atlanta, Foudit and well. I will
4iate farther, that I know of its being usvd
with i equal situcess inl other cames. I do
not, hesitate to endormi your preparation
for the purpose for which you recommend
jan 29-2w JNO. C. WlIITNElt.
. _ A graled vechool in the Eng
t 1lish bra'telhs. and Arithmloetic,
for white ehildren between tho
ages of six and sixt.een years,
-Will be opVlnCd at Molllt Zion
Col lege, os Follo.. S:
For the primary lepartment-- embracing
elild ltO in priiiry gr,ades as far as t Ite
third r4iader and the m1tultiplicat ion tablo
-iund.r Miss 111-ine, at 10 o'clock a. it.
et Atl0nd1ay nl(-xt.
ciril; of higher grades than the primary
del'artment will report at the same3i placeo
and11 hour on Tuesday.
P'UUsIn rgags Higher Mathle
10;ati an Scnce, anti Engli upi:
OVier sixteen year of ag.o will mae
Special applie'.on to Mr. Davis.
. .1 10' . 1PON,
f-h 2-- f Clrk of Rar,l Trustiv.
Egg togg for Christmas
r 'ti[E utnder -.i'.ied rrese'ot3 ully calns
. . the att ('. iln of ta'cite~ <Mri f r
fl"I' t.o the_ fiaw. tliht. ; te a tn i stIwl! of
iho inatt 1,?ea :0t. en.1 WIN in tGhe
Dori), a .1 ;-t11e tl pu i 1.r e -r
bie.antee n i.-St-ock are tIe fol%>w
Ih n ine , Ja'u ioncum . i i
OH Jzvull.iq y,ll)n yo-iltz,;,.; ,, .;.a.,. 4
ulito.1 W'.ie Al ' g . Ciga :, obolo,
viptes, C., AAl
STA~TE 0OF SOUTh CRoLINA
COUNTY 01, FAlRF'IF.LD.
Court of munn Pleas.
Wmt. H1. Kerr, as Clerkc of the Court of
Commont Pls to the ounty of Fair
field, Plaitiff,<rerqinst Martha'J1. Means,
Fanntie A. Mea4ns, Martia D). Mens
Math eian, Sarah T. Mean, TJohnIt
C. Means. AGabri'lt Means, T. itoss
.iltoertsoni andi Geo. W. Williams &(C..
De fenda1ts. .
To the ih'fentdatnts, Matthta J1. Means,
Fann TY A. ' M Fns ARII.D. Mas
ilrPtha Ml[llns, araht T M Mans, John
C. Means Gabrilli Means, T. Ross
Robertson and Geo. W. Williams &
Y t'U ore htereby toummloned antd re
Lquiired to alnwer the conmlint in
tltis action, which is filed in the office
of the Clerik of Commlaont Pleas, for the
said counlty, andi tol serve a1 copy of ytourt
anIsweI' to the safid comlplaLint oni t he
sub.scribers at their oilice,' No. 3, Law
Range, Winnsbor'o, 8. C., within t.nenty
datys after the service htereof, exclusive of
Ite day of such service; and if you0i ftail to
antswer' the compljlaint. within' thte timte
aforenaid, the plaintill' in thin action will
apIply to tile (curt for the relief demttandf
ed in thte complatint.
GAILLAR D & REYNOLDSF,
Filed December 31, 1877.
Wut. i i. Kerr, C. C. C."P. F. C.
To the Defendants, Martha J7. Moans,
Fantnio A. Meanis, Maria D). Meatin,
Mart,ha Means, Sarah T. Meains, John
C. Means and GabrielaMoans:
TrAKE NO'TloX that the surmons in thtis
action, of whtich the foregoing is a copy,
wais filed 133 the office of the Cler'k of Cour t
for Fairaeld counity, on the 31st day of
D)eetber, A. D). 1877.
GAILLARD) & REYNOLDS,
dec 31-xlavw --w
GEO, B. EDWARDS,
Cottoll amt( Gleneral Comnmission Me.rc hnt
CHIARLESTION, S. C.
P. R~OMPT~ attention given to te sale
I.Cotton, Penm, Corn, Rice and Pro
duce of all kinds.
Merchantdise boughtt free of comtmis
rion. Being on thte spot., and( thtorouighly
losted son ptriesn, enn gutaranttee lttrge
saving to buiyers of mlerchtandino.
Agent at Charleston for State Lino
Oceant Steatimnhips btetwo nt New York,
Glasgow, Livetpool, London and all parts
Ref'erences: Rank of Chtarleston; Jas.
Adger &1 Co.. Charleston, S. C.
LL ersns ndetedto theResito of
notilled thtat the notes and aocounts
belonging to said estate htave been p)laed(
iln the hands of James U. McCantas, ator
ntey, with instrutctions to settle up and
eel lect the same as soon a possib1le.
U. L. E'LL4IOTlT,
jan 15- A4ni i1ta *o.
A ANAGERS~ of estates whose duty it
.I . in to accouInt before '-ne, are ntoti
ied that I wvill be daily ill my office uniil
the nt day of Marcht next for the pur
pose of receiving and examinting all ro
tutrns of moneys received and pail out
with the proper vouchers for the year
1877. 0. R. THO0MPk~ON,
J. P. F. O,
January 28, 18
Pay your subsarineni' to Tip
FiIEH ARRW LS
J. 0. BOAG'S,
Orai Th'pae ~COl33.Or.
F RESi and warrati(ed Garden Seds
it five cents pur imm-r. which sold
last year at 10 cents or 3 for 25 conta.
Very best choice Seed and eating PotatoeR,
Family Flour, Meal, Grist, Bacon,
Ljard, Rice, Cigarn, Tobatcco, canu
dims, Assortment of Flancy
Cakes aInil Crackers,
Mackerel, Diied tier
ri ngs, Funcy
All of which will bo sold as low As thO
lowest tor cash.
The stock of Dry Goodls, sui as Domes
ties licoe, lDrea. Goods,
Shawls, Puirs, Milli
will be sold very low to clear them out.
Call soon and sea for yourselves.
You'will always fln a full line of
Notions, yi,iouns, T141immings, &c., and
Fa1c.a Goods, .Cpt at wuo
Dry Goods, Funcy Goods and
In fact yon ean got almost anything
you A.at that is in the Crocery, Di-y
Goods, Fancy Gooda, Notion or Millinery
All knowing themselves indebted to
me will please come forward and settle
up at once, as this is a hard year and I
I must have money to carry oil busincq.
fob 5 J. O. BOAG.
INT E R,NA TIONA L
WVE could find no other ap
propriato heading to indicate the
large Stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, HIATS, &c. &c., that we
are now daily recoiving. WV
thought of Headquarters, Edmpo
rium and Bazaar. All too tame.
Come One I Come All
We are determined not to be un
'drsold by any house in South
The Best Prints in Town at C6} cts
The very best made at 8k ets.
Coats' Cotton, all colors, at 75 ets.
We intend to try to please you in
prices, goods and polite attention.
CALL AND SEEl.
. IADD BROIL
137 and 139 Meeting Street,
CHAIRLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOUESTIC
Ii AlRDWARE, Cutlory, Guns, Sad
dliery, Bar Iron and Plow 3tel, Cuoum
ber Pum ps,
Agents for -outh Carolina for the
Patent, Ntel Bar) Fencing, and the
celebratel Farier's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at reduced pricos.
Liberal Ternis to the Trade.
Large assortment of Agricultural Im
plementti. Agricultural Steels aspecialty.
Bull Ton.-es, Turn Shovels, Scootera,
,Weeps, lIeel 'Bolts, 'also, rough steel
State kgent Trodegar Horso and Mule
_7J' All or(ders shall receive prompt
and careful attention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
137 and 189 Meeting StTeot,
deo 16.- Charleston, S. C0
THE iun(lersigie( bogs' leave to in
form his friends and customers and the
publie generally that he has romoved to
the commodious and centrally located
storo formerly occupied by James R.
Aiken, where mnay alwayA be found a full
aind well selected stock of Groceries,
Provisions, Wines and Liquors.
. Highest Prices paid for Cotton,
feb 7-tf R. J. McCARLEY.
Tei State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF FAHIFIELD.
By 0 ?. THOPisoAx, A'q., Probale JWga.
xi~HEltEAS, Georgo W. Coleman hath
' 1V male suit to me to grant him
letters of idministration of the estatoand
efecets of Yary Coleman, deceased:
These are therefor to cite and admionish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said Mary Coleman, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the 'ourt
of Probate, to be held at Fairfield Court,
1ouse, S. C.,on the 21st day of February
next. after publication hereof, at II
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
any t hey have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Giveni under iy lialid, this 4th day
of February, Anno Doimini 1878.
feb 5-ftxlaw2 .. J. P. F. C.
DON'T MIS THlE
-]..TE entire stock of Furniture, Mat
tresrs, Window Shad es, Blaby~ Carriages,
etc., will be sold at greatly reduced
prices, from thinday, regardless of cost,
to close out at
The1 Chester Furniura Store,
Opposite the Court House.
January 30, 1878. Proprietor.
jan 3 -t
Best is Ohoapest
Silent Sewinq Machine.
rLat est Invent ion, Producing Marvelous
It a surpassIng merIt, places It, beyomd all comn
pe'tition, andi makes It, the cheapest., not-with
standing thi - large lmlucemnena soffered 'by
sellers of noisy, hard-runninig, troubIlesoml, t,wo.
thread, tenision macinost.
(Only Macieo ill the Worl with
AKutomnatic Features, and
wt-no Tienslon to
Write by Postal Card for Price List, List
of Offices, &cO.
WILLCO)X & G I BIS S. M. CO
((gor. Bond St.) 658 Birotlway, N. YI
To Int entors and Manuf'acturers.
Gilmore, Smith & Co.,
SoLIoITOIns OF PATENTS AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
American and torelgn Patents.
629 1F St., Washington,,D. C.
o fees in advance, nor until a -Patent is
al lowedl. Ko fees for making pre1lnfqry.
Special attoeniion given to Interferenea
Cases boera tbe Paten t Qloe, XJai'.
mente Suits in thae -dIffprefd Stifs d
all litigation 'apporthit ~Pto hst a
rapidly that it appears only a few
days ago that tho Stato of South
Carolina was a vast cauldron in the
most violent stato of Obullition, and
her chosen children within her, liko
the bib!ical three, wero passing
through the fiery furnace, and our
old men with fortuno and enorgy
gone, hung their heads and went
about the streets, without hope in
the world ! It was very hard, nay,
almost iil)sOsible, to get up a
Democratic club in Winnsboro, and
when at last it was formod, it was
much more diflicult to induco at-!
tendance. (The writer remembers
mooting Maj jor Woodward, the
Rupert of Fairfield, returning to
his home, early in the last campaign
discoluragd beyond expression,'!
owig to tie utter failure of tho
peo ple of Winnsboro to respond to
the call niade in Till.. NEWS AND
HEli%LD, to Isseible alld orgngize a
Democratic club.) So completo
and lasting was their humiliating
subjugation ; or so ne:ir was their
tpproach to acepting the "monster
of hideous mien," and never did the
people rise until an eloquent tongu0
ame, and from the balcony of
the coulrt-lioulse in toes that rang
throughout the length and breadtl.
of the Congressional District aind
carried hope to the heart of a dis,
pair-ing peoplo, and conlzternationl
and defeat to the Janus faced
banner of Wallave and hi,; minions!
That sane voice followed with self
i11mmu1ttion the car of I-m1p4on,
and gr.thered round it euihusiasm
and power, as it rolled f-:oml the
mountins to tihe seabrd ! That
sam11e eloquont, toilue plcd with
Ha1Ves, in Ohio, for ilampqton, and
a1gain in the dom-c:ppcd city of
Washin gton ; andI ceesed not 1mtil
uider the broad canofy of heaven,
im the fuli rays of the rutting sun
ho tittcredl, 1 fiial knell of C-an
bor.in and iji;. hfqts. in ;.ilministm
ing the oath of o!lice to our gre.t
and peerless H- p: !
Later, we see him in the High
Court in Washington, baring his
bosoil to the poisonled1 arrows of
Conkling and Edmunnds, in IAefene
of General M. C. Butler, widhoit
fear, or favor, or hop of reward;
and he know no shadow of turnin
until Butler was seated and South
Carolina forever redeemed !
The scene changes, and we ob
serve the Same coIManding figure,
and hear the same eloquent tongue
before the lawsmakers of his own
Stal e, whom he assisted in mak;ng,
asking for a poor position, with a
beggarly stipond attachnent, and
we see the poor petition spurned,
and we hear, in the rear, the bark
ing of those who are quito valiant
noe, the danger is over-past-and
the victory grasped--and the prat
img about honor and ernmine andl all
the concomitant remainder of the
ingrates ingratitudoe, and we ex.
claim, "Oh tihe instability of human
complassion I To,-day at tihe flood
we weep for Cosar slain, to-morrowv
at its cbb, voto a monument to
Brutus !" P. X. P. B.
MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE.
~J UNG the continuance of thme grad..
.. dschool in connection with Mouni
Zion, students in the Ancient and
Modern Irmnguages, IIigher Mathematics
ad thme Scienjces will be0 received int
the Institute up9on the paymnt of
$2.50) per scholastic month of four weeks,
1R. MEANS DAVIS,
feb 7--dxtf Prinicipal.
1'lIE snbscriber has removed his Boot
and Shon Manufactory to a few doors
betlow WV. R. 1)oty & <o.'s, grocery i-tort,
tad oppiosite J. MI. Galloway's hardwnre
store, where he ill be pleasedct to see his
friends and customers. I [e has owered
t.he prices of all kinds of work in his
Fine French Calf Skin Boots to $10.
Shoes from $3.00) to $6.00.
Mending 'and repairing promp)tly aite
tendeod to at reasonmablo rates.
f.1r' All work warranted.
jan 6 J. CLE~NDINING.
OTTO P. WEITERS,
Nos. 110,112 and 181,
mAST 3AYr ST.,