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CHANGE OF nSoEDULE.-The follo
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going Bouth. Going North.
SLeavo lBhrekstock, 3.15, P. 31. I'2.15, p. Mr.
Winnsboro, 4.02, p. si. 11.26, A. M.
" lidgoway, 4.38, 1,. nr. 10.52, A. m.
Going South. Going North.
Leave Blackstock, 12.31, A. Mr. '2.03, A. 16.
Wiansboro, 1.14, A. Mf. 1.14, A. Mt
Ridgoway, 1 .40, A. ;%. 12.36, A. M.
The night trains meet at Winns
MAnonio M'INing-a. B. Mc
4 Cants, Secrotary.
Mossrs. B. Sugenheimer & Co.,
contemplating an early transfer of
their present stock to another store,
of'or extraordinary inducements in
all goods in their line. Full par
ticulars in the n'ext issue of THE
NEWs AND HnRAXLD.
A&' WAXrED.-Wo desire to pro.
cure copies of the following num
bers Of the weeldy NEWS AND HERALD:
October 5, 1876.
October 12. 1876.
October 19, 1876.
May 9, 1877.
May 16, 1877.
May 23, 1877.
May 80, 1877.
July 11, 1877.
Any person having these num
bers, or any of them, will be
liberally compensated on bringing
the same to this ofice.
DENTAL NoTIcE.-Dr. Isaiah Siinp
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
patronage bestowed during the
past ten years. And as be is now
permanently .located in Winnsboro,
lie hopes, by performing faithfully all
operat-ions 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. in.
to 1 p. in., and from 24- p. in. to 5
p. n. Call earJy, as he will be
absent twvo weeks from the 20th of
THE SoUTH CAROLINA AssociATION.
The corporators of this association
organized in Columbia on the 7th
instant by calling Maj. Thos. W.
Woodward, of Winnsboro, to the
chair. Gen. Thos. F. Drayton was
elected president of the association,
Maj. Thos. W. Woodward first vice.
president, Dr. S. K. Kane scond
vice-president, R. G. McAden treas
urer, Col. W. W. Flemming solicitor
This association is composed of
citizens of North and South Ciroli..
lina, New York, Pennsylvania and
.Massachusetts, whose object is to
facilitate and encourage i mm igra
tion to the South Atlantic States
from other sections of the Union and
Committee on Lands--Rufus Y.
McAden, Charlotte, N. C. ; WV. WV.
Flemnming, Charlotte, N. C. ; Thos
WV. Woodward, Winnsboro, S. C.;
S. K. Kane, Newv York ; pres3ident,
Committee on Immigration-Dr.
S. K. Kane, New York; ;B. Franklin
Clark, 82 Russel street, Charles
town, Mass. ; Isaac D. Guyer, 1,008
Chestnut street, Philadelphia ; R.
Y. McAden, Charlotte, N. C. ; T. C.
Gower, Greenville, S. C.
Office of the president, Charlotte,
.N. C. ; branch office, Winnsboro, S.
C., Thomas WV. Woodward, and
Greenville, 5. 0., T. C. Gower.
The Fl1orida Veterans.
Pursuant to a call, the survivors
of the Fairfield company that
volunteered in the Florida campaign
of 1886, had a reunion in Winna-.
boro on the 11th instant. Owing
to the long lapse of time since then,
and the death of Mr. JThmes R.
Aiken, -who was the orderly ser-- a
geant of ble company, it was found1
ipossible to procure, at home, a
comnpl-ete-roll of the company. Dr.
Rob.ertson, b1owov~81, applied to a
* d KI~ WaMt'Aika in Wua nm
boi, and he procured from Adjutanj
General Townsend, of the Unitei
States Army, the complete roll aE
is herewtih published-the name
rf those now living being in italics
1st Lieutenant-- JVm. A. Me
2nd Lieutenant-Thos. Stitt.
usign-i. 1H. Robertson.
Sergeants-James R. Aiken,
Robert Bailey, Josiah Hinnant
Franklin D. Bare.
Corporals--Thos'. . Robertson
Robt. K. EMllison, Sr., F. McDowell
Privates-James Aldrego, Charles
Bagley, James It. Boyd, James
Boyd, jr., Arch. Boyd, Tyrus Bell,
John Bush, John 0. Boyle, Benj.
Bynum, Josiah Burnet, * Cliarles
Brooin, jr., Isaiah Brd, D)avid
Camach, James Craig, Thos. Craig,
Richard Carltpn, James Clarke,
Henry Carlisle, Saml. Dowd, -David
R. Evans, jr., Win. B. D/kein,
-fames Gibson, Bdiwatr Gibson,
Bart. Gibson, John Harper, Good
wyn Haygood, Peter. Hollis, James
L. Judge, John Jenkins, Win. D.
Johnston, Joseph Kennedy, Alex,
Knighten, J. D. Kirkland, Henry
Laws, John Land, B. Lunpkin.
Edward Lewis, Robt. McDill, Alex.
McDaniel, Wim. McEgan, Roberi
McMillan, Geo. MVcCants, John
McCreight, John R. Martin, Johr
Martin, jr., David L. Martin, Johr
Neason, Robt., Neil, Be.nj. .Macon,
T/os. Pullig, N. A. Peay, Win
P.cket, Johm R twls, Zach. R twlp
Win. E. Ross, John Starman, Win
Starmnan, Thos. Sloan, John Ste
phenson, -1. Y. Smith, Wright Smith,
John .D. Smith, Johnb Stanton
James Stanton, Benj. Stanton, L
Torence, Charles Tidwell, Mik<
Thomas, Saml. Wyrick, Jess<
Wyrick, John D. 'Wells, Andrbw
Walker, Saml. Weldon, Richard
Weldon, John Yongue.
Of the twenty-two survivors
xnly eight were enabled to be
present, the others living at a
:hstance. The gentlemen and a
iumber of others met in the Town
1all, ex-Lieutenant B. H. Robert,
;on was called to the chair, and
Benj. Macon, Esq., was chosen
secretary. The chairman stated the
>bjcct of the meeting; and Dr.
Robertson, as next highest sur
riving officer, read the roll. Those
responding were the three gentle
nen named and Messrs. Catnck,
Ellison, Edward Gibson, Stantor
mnd Sloan. The chairman then in
Aroduced Mr. R. Means Davis, whc
lelivered an address. At its con
mlusion, on motion of Mr. Ellison,
*t was resolved that thanks b<
>ffercd to Mr. Davis for his address
md thiat he be requested to furnislh
a copy to be published in THE NEwI
kND HERALD. [The address will ap
paar in our next issue.]
On motion of Dr. T,. T. Robert
ion it was unanimously resolvei
that the survivors of the Fairfield~
IFlorida Volunteers meet again in
Winnisboro on the 11th of Feb.
1uar*y, 1879. The chairman an
aounced that he intended to livE
mnd preside as long as there was
mny meeting to preside over. AftLa
a resolution that the proceeding
be published in THEs NEws AND HEa
ALD, the meting adjourned.
Shortly after, the party -and in
vited guests repaired to Brownm
Rotel, where a sumptuous dinnes
lud been provided by Dr. Rob ert'
son for his former comrades. Her<
ill the incidents of the campaigi
were discussed-the first skirmish
and the killing of the first Indian
Ya-ha-ha-jo, by Mr. Bard. Gibson
mfter lhe had, as it was thought
nortally wounded General Shelton
of Union-how the company fough
bhroughm ambuscades -howv a picke
guard was ordered by Generc,
B~risbane to charge a hammock ful:
>f Indians at night-how the corn
>any had helped to cut a roni
icross the wvhole pininsula, fron
it. Augustine to Tampa Bay--hov~
lisease at that place in a wveek cam<
iear destroying thme company, wh<
iscaped this to run the risk o;
inking on an old rotten schoonea
ioming home. Toasts were druni
0 the memory of Captain Smiti
bfnd Sorgeant Aiken, and in honoi
>f o there. The party then dis
>ersed, after a most enjoyable oc
assion,' with the full determinatiox
o meet again.
Vilnnsboro Lodge, No.11, A. F. M
, HE regia nlrmnthly cemnmunicatlor
of this ocdge will bhe held this evenin
. G B. McCANTS,
feb 14 . . aaqry.
Sound and Well.
ATLANTA, GA., December 29, 1808.
D1. J. BItADFzE-L-Dear Sir:---I take
pleasuro in stating that, sometimo pre
vious to the late war, I used, with the
utmost success, on a sorvant girl, your
Female Regulator, prepared then at Brad
field's Drug Store, West -Point. Ga. Sho
had been suffering soverely from sup
pressod monstruation and this medicino
soon restored Iher to health. Sha is to-daJ
living in Atlanta,sound and well. I w i I
state-fartlier, that I know of ito being used
with equal success in othor oases. I do
not hesitate to endorso your preparation
for the pujosI for which you recommend
jan 29--2w JNO. C. WIITNER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIRLD.
Court of Comnon Pleas.
Wmn. Ii. Kerr, as Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for tho County of Fair
tield, Plaintiff, agai~d Martha J. Means,
Fannie A. Means, Maria D. Means,
Martha Means, Sarah T. Means, John
C. Means, Gabriella Means, T. Ross
Robortson and Goo. W. Williams & Co.,
To the Defendants, Maitha J. Means,
Fannie A. Means, Maria D. Means,
Martha Means, Sarah T. Means, John
C. Means Gabriella Means, T. Ross V
Robertson and Geo. V. Williaus &
U are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the oflice
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
Said county, and to serve a copy of your
ansevr to the said complaint on the A
subscribers at their office, No. 3, Law
Rango, Wimnsboro, 8. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive of
dhe day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforenaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief demand
ed in the omplaint.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
Filed December 31, 1877.
Wmll. Hi. Kerr, C. C. C. P. F. C.
To the Defendaits, Martha J. Means,
Fannie A. Means, Maria 1). Means
Martha Means, Sarah T. Means, Johi
C. Moans and Gabriella Means:
TAKE NOTICE that the summon in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
was filed in theoffico ofthe Gork of Court
for Fairield county, on the 31st day of
Deoomber, A. D. 1877.
GAILLAlRD & REYNOLDS,
THE undersigned begs leave to in
form his friends ind customers and the
public generally thit ho.has removod to
the oommodious and contrally located
store formerly occupied by James R.
Aiken, where may always be found a full
and well soected stock of Groceries,
Provisions, Wines and Liquors.
1 Highest Prices paid for Cotton.
fob 7-tf R. 3. McCARLEY.
A graded school in the Eng.- ~
lish b ranches and Arithmetic,
for white children betwoen the T
ages of six and sixteen years,
Col w, s~ill be opened at Mount Zion
Cleasfolio .rs: t
For the primary department-embracing
childrcon in primary grades as for as the 1
third readler and the umultipication table a
-under Miss Blh'ino, at 10 o'clock a. mn.
on:Monday next. .
Girls of fligher grades than the primary ~
dep~artmnent will rep~ort at the same place
and hour on Tuesday.
Pupils in Lanuguages, Higher Matho-- I
matics and Science, and English pupi:s I
over, six teen yearsi of age, will mnake ~
special application to Mr. D)avia,.
O. R. TIIOMPSON,
fob 2--tf Clerk of Board Trustees.
The State of South Carolinat,
COUNTY OF FAIRlFIELD.
By! 0. R. T'I0IOP8ON, Erq., Probade Judge. 1
-LHEREAS, George W. Coleman hath
madeo suit to me to grant him
letters of administration of the estate and.
o ffects of Mary Coleman, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and ad m.'nish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
Iof the said M.ary Coleman, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in theoCourt
of Probate, to bo held at Fairfield Court
Ilouse, 8. C.,on the 21st day of February1
next, after publication hereof, at II
o'clock in the forenoon, to show danso, if
.any they. have, why the said administra
lion should not be granted. C
Given under my hand, this 4th day *
of February, Ahno Domninl 1878.
f0~5tO. R . ThIOMPSON(
feb 5-x~aw2J. P.F.'C.
Selinug Out at and Below Cost.
BEING desirous of closing my busi..
ness,. as I intend to leave the State f
I offer my entire stock, conisistin of y
Family Groceries; Boots and Shoes, and
a fine stock of Liquors of all kinds,
AT AND BELOW CO T, until February
15, unless sooner sold out. Or, I wi9 mi
sell the etire business, fixtures, and t
license, on accoatmodatingsterms to a re
All persons 'nde12ted to me will .settle e
up immediately andt Rave coes. j
MOUN4T ZION INSTITUTE,
DURtING the continuance of tlhe grad
eii d iohool In conneoti on with Mount .
Zion, students In the Ancient And
Modern Languages, Hlighet Mathematios
anfd the i'ciences will be received- into
the Institute u uon the pnment ofg
gi %pschha onth ofour weesd
FRESH ARRIVALS T
J. 0. BOAG'S,
W. ie. CscOW-23.ox
BlS11 and warranted Qarden Seed
at five cents per paper, which sol
at year at 10 cents or 3 for 25 onta,
cry best choice Seed and eating Potatooi
Family Flour, MeAl, Grist,. Baoon,
Lard, lice, Cigars, Tobacco, Can
dies, Assortment of Fancy
Cakes and Crackemw,
Mackerel, Dried Her
11 of which will be sold as low an th
lowest for eash.
ho stock of Dry Goods, sue'i as Domos
tics, Caticoes, Dross Goods,
Ehawls, Furs, Milli
ill be sold very low to clear them oui
Call soon and seo for yourselves.
You will always fnd a full line o
otions, Buttons, Trimmings, &c., an
ancy Goods, kept at the
Iry Goods, Fancy Goods an
In fact you can get almost anythin
on wait that is in the Grocery, Dz
oods, Fancy Goods, Notion or Milliner
All knowing themselves indebted I
ie will please come forward and setti
p at once, as this is a hard year and
kust have money to carry on btsinoes.
lob 5 J. 0. BOAG.
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FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
H ARDWARE, Cutlory, Guns, Sad%
dlery, Bar Iron and Plow Stol, Cdooum.
Agents for South Carolina for the
Patent Steel Barb Fencing, and the
celebrated Farmer's Friend Plof 4, one
two and three horse, at redueid prices.
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Large assortment of Agricultural Ira.
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Bull Ton es, Turn Shovels, cooters,
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State Agents Trodegar Horse and Male
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deo 16- Charleston, S. 0
OTTO F. WEITERS,
f Commission Merchant,
Wes. 110,112 and 181,
CHARLESTON, S. 0
DON'T MISS THE
THIE entire stock of Furniture, Mat
treoses, Window Shades, Baby Carriages,
etc., will be sold at greatly reduced
prices, from this day, regardless of cost,
to close out at
The Chester Furniture Store,
Opposite the Court House.
"f It- BRANDT',
~January 30, 1878. Proprietor.
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._ Cases before the Patent Offlce, Infringe
1ments Suits in theo different States, and
e all litigation appertaining to Patents or
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.. Cotton, Peas, Corn, Rice and Pro
o duce of all kinds.
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t rion. Being on the spot, and thoroughy
a posted (on p~riCEs, can guarantec lage
.saving to buyers of merchandise.'
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o Ocean Steamships between Nw York,
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e ept 228-xften
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