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CHANOE OF SoHEDULE.-Tho follow,
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going South. Going North.
Leavo Blackstooc, 3.15, P. m. 12.15, P. if
" Winnsboro, 4.02, P. br. 11.26, A. M.
lidgeway, 4.38, r. ir. 10.52, A. X,
Going South Going North.
Leavo Black8tock, 12.31, A. rt. 2.03, A. M.
Winnsboro, 1.14, A. Mi. 1.14, A. Al
"Iidgowiay, 1 .9, A. Xi. 12.36, A. M,
The night trains moot at Winns
Associate Reformed Church
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. IM., and 71
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. BI., and 7 P ur. Sun
day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer
Meeting Thursday at 7 r. u.
Episcopal Church--Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except thc
2nd Sunday of the month; at 11
o clock A. 3r.
Sheriff's Sales-S. W. Riuff.
Gordon Light Infantry-R. M,
Down! Down I-Ladd Bros.
Messrs. Ladd Bros. are offoring
their stock of dry goode, notions,
etc. at very low prices. Read their
M WANTED.-We desire to pro
cure copies of the following num
bers of the weekly NEWS AND HERALD:
October 5, 1876.
October 12. 1876.
October 19, 1876.
May 9, 1877.
M1ay 16, 1877.
May 23, 1877.
May 30, 1877.
July 11, 1877.
Any person having these num
bers, or any of them, will be
liberally compensated on bringing
the same to this office.
DENTAL NoTIcE,.-Dr. Isaiah Simp
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 he is now
permanently 'located in Winnsboro,
hie hopes, by performing faithfully all
operations entrusted to his care, in
the latest and most sentific man
ner 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. m.,
to 1 p. mn., and from 2j p. in. to 5
p. mn. Call early, as he will be
absent two weeks from the 20th of
THE GRAND CAPTER.-At the re
cent meeting the Grand Chapter,
Royal Arch Masons, the following
officers were elected :
Comp. W. G. DeSaussure, Grand
Comnp. F. F. Gary, R1. E. Deputy
Grand High Priest.
Comp. J. Adger Smyth, R1. E
Comp.-R1. C. Watts, R. E. Grand
Comp. C E, Chichester, Rt. Rev
Comp. 0. F. Jackson, E. Grand
Comip. 3. E. Burke, E. Grai
Comnp. T. R1. Robertson, Grand
Captain of the Host.
Comnp. G. D. Bryan, Grand Roya
Comp. L. F. Meyer, Grand Sen.
These officers-except Campanior
Chichester..who was not present.
were duly installed in their respee,
.RGJULA TING RAILROADS,
An Act to Prevent Extortions and Un.
The following is the text of th(
railroad bill recently passed b the
House of Representatives: :
SzeTroN~ 1. That railroad corpora
tions and all other chartered compsjn
mies acting as common carrieri
within the limits of this State shril)
'charge for carriage of freight and
paesengerse sneh rates only as are
- - S. 2-.That noA e id fr cap
tMag. to or from anv plaan or st
tion shall bo doomed reasonable
within the meaning of this act,
which is in excess of the usual and
established charge 11111d by the samo
corporation, or combination of cor
porations, for liko carriage for any
greater distance over their line or
lines in the same direction; pro
vided, that if such corporations, or
combination of corporations, canl
show a greater necessary oxpenso to
it or them for tho carriage of goods,
merchandiso and property over tho
shorter distance than that which is
incurred for like carriage over the
longer distance, a proper proportion
of such excess of necessary expenso
shall be dcomed a reasonable addi
tional charge ; and provide(, far
ther, that where any such railroad
company, or other common carrier,
shall, in the carriage of through
freight, act only in the cipacity of
intermediate carrier between other
connecting lines operated wholly
beyond the limits of this State, the
charges for such through freight
on such intermediate hule sliall not
in any way regulate the local tariff
thereon, by reason of anything in
this section contained.
SEc. 3. If any railroad corpora
tion or other chartered connnon
carrier in this State, acting for it
self only or for itself and other char
tored common carriors ini combin-t
tion with it, shall charge and ree'ive
ratos extra reasonable, Within the
meaning of this act, so minch of the
money so received by it in excess of
such reasonable rates as is due to
commnon carriers chartered under
the laws of this State shall be iuon
cy had for the use of the person
or persons so paying the samne, to
be recovered by action in any court
of competent jurisdiction.
Attitiont I GordOn Liglt In
A TTEND a special mectin- of your
.Lcorw, this (Saturday) night, 7:30
o'clock, sharp. A full attenzcee is
requested, as there wit' be nit election for
First Linn tiant to till the lOvamaiey ('csed
by resignation. Thoso who have not paitt
their initiation fees are not entitled to
R. M. HIIJlY
feb 11 t1 Sey. and Treas.
B ' Tvirtue of an execution, to me di
rected, I will offer sale, hofore the
court-house door, in Winnsboro, within
the lcgal hours of sale, )n the first Mon
day in March next, the following de
scribed real estate, viz:
All that piece. parcel or tract of land,
being and situato, in the- count-y of Fair
field, and bounded by lands of James B.
McCants, the Shcdd place and the .uff
place, said tract conthining TWO 11usnsuRM
AND RE'ETY ACREs. more or leis, levied
on at the suit of Win. Douglass, against
H. C. Craig as Administrator.
S. W. RUFF,
Sheriff's Ofli cc, 8. F. C.
February 11, 1878.
BY virtue of an execution to ma di-.
1rected, I will offer for sale before the
court-house door ini Winnsboro, on the
first Monday in Marchi next, within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder,
for CASn, the following described p~ersonlal
and real estate, viz:
One sorrel Horse, one black Mule, and
TwvENTY-FlvE ACnEs of land, bounded by
Israel Byr(d, Jno. Harris and the publi'e
road leading from Kineaid's Bridge to
the town of Winnsboro, levied upon as
the properfty o f John Davis, deceased, at
thosuit of Amy Hlays.
Sherff' Offce, S. W. RUFFI,
Rhorif's O~oeS. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
February 11, 1878.
fob 16-tf 1x2
B. Y virtue of. an execution to me di
J.reted, I will offer sale before tihe
cou-t-hlonso door, in WVinmsbo3ro, On thle
first Monday in March next,w~ithin the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder
for cash, thle following described pro
perty, to wvit:
One lot of laint being and situate iln
tihe town of Winnsboro, measuring
thirty-threa feet wide, by one lhndred
and forty-tour feet long, bounded onI tile
south by W. R. Doty & Co.' on thle
west by A. P. Miller, on the nor'th by
W. W. Ketchin, and on the east b~y
P. Jenkins. Levied upon as the proper
ty of 1P. Jenkins, at the suit of James R1.
S. W. RUFF,
Sheriff's Of1ice, S. F. C.
[ Win nsboro, 8. C ,
February 11, 1878.
fob 11-t x2
Y virtue of sundry execntions to me
Bdirected, I will offer for sale, before
the eoulrt-houbo dloor, in Winns boro, on
thle first \londay in Malreh next, within
the legal hours of sale, for cash, the
following described real estate, via.:
All that piece, parcel or tract of lan d
being and situate, in the county of Fair
field and State of South Carolina, and
partly in the town of Wnnsboro, con
tininlg TwPNTY-stX A03Es, 'more or less,
bounded on the west by lainda belong..
ing to James B. MeCants, on the south
by lote lately belonging to .' rs. Hessle
Fraser, en the north by the public read
leading out of the town of Winnsboro to
Kineald's Bridge,' and en the east by.
Solon Church and Gardcn .Street, in the
town of Winnsboro, levIed upon as the
property of Jno. A. Fraser, at tihe suit of
D.WN.Tdwell, Eteeutor, .and sthers vs.
S. W. RUFF,
Sherlft's Office 8. F. C,
Winniboro, s. d.,
- Ebruiary 11. 187&
801111d ~ i and, 1* 1
krr,AN-rA, GA., Dec0iner '., mm
Dn- J. lICADn:1. -Dear sir: I take
pleasilre in stating that, snt*im pro
vious to tie latw war, I usei, with the
utmost success, on a servant. girl, y oir
Feiale Regulator, preparedI I hen at Brad
fild's Drug-tore, West Poiit. (Ia. She
had been suffering severely fiom sup.
pressedmenstruation and this Imedicie
Fooin restored her to health. Shin is to-day
living in Atlanta,Found and well. I will
state-firther, that I kiiow of1its being usetl
with eipal stiecess in other (ases. I do
lnt. hesitateto ent)1orne your preparation
for the purpose for whieb youu Iecoimiincmid
jan 29-2w -JNO. C. Will'NER:lt.
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAPRHIID.
0our1 of (ommon Pleas.
Wm. I. Kerr, as Clerk of the court of
Common Pleas for the County of ir
field, Plaintiff, rtyaisl Martha'J1. Means,
Fannie A. Means, Maria ). Means,
Martha Meansw, Sarah T. Mleang. ,John
C. Means, Gahbriilla Means, T. Jtoss
Iobertson antd Geo. V. Williais & Co.
To the Defiendants, Mai tha .1. MPaTns,
Fannie A. Mais, Maria 1). Means,
MAbirtha Means, Sarahl T. Mean,% .Jobr
C. Me~anar-llm(Kl. ,Ia Momns. T. Ros
Roberton and (-oo. Wv. Willialms&
Y ('Ua rorIceby mmond and re
<lii to answerw the( comilL.1ain inl
this acilon, whilich is filed in tlt 011.0
of the Clerk of Common Potu, for the
said cOMtY. aId t, serve a copy of your
ni,.swer to the. saidl .omnplairit (1n (1he
subscribrs at. their otic, No. :1, Law
Range, Wi an horo, S. C., within IA en tV
tbiys aftor tle serv ice lie-rol. mehsit s iv
the day of such sor riceo; anl it v on fail to
llSwer the eompleiiit within tlt, tham
afores.aid, the plait;fil' in this action will
apirly to the Court, for the relief domand
ed inl the complaint.
GAILLA11!) & TlEYNOLDS,
d Plair. tif'st At torney.
Filed Decemllber .31, 1877. -
Wim. If. Kerr, C. C. C. P. F. C.
To the Defendants, Martha J. Means,
Fannie A. Means, Maria 1). Means.
Martha \leans,. Sarah T. Moans, John
C. Mleans and Gabriella M-ans:
TAKni NorTCm that the sum mons in this
action, of-which the foregiui is a copy,
w!%s iled I at hle :iie of the (l-rk of Cuirt
for Fair-ield connty, on the 31rt day of
December, A. P. 1877.
GAILLAIRD & REYNOLDS,
- Plaintiffs Attoriicys.
-IE undlersigned begg leavo to in -
form his frieids and ' 'm a nt he
public generally that ho t.as removed to
the commodious and centrally lovated
store formel-ly occulpicl' by James I.
Aiken, where nay ahiays bund a full
and well stleeted ;tock of Gro cries,
Provisions, -Vines and Liquors.
lir Highest Prices ptdd for Cotton.
feb 7-tf R. T. McCARLEY.
SA gradled scehool in the En.,.
1lish birnches andi Arithietic,
-tor white' ehildren between flhe
. e ~ ages ix( an'd sixteen years,
will be .peneod at MLount IZion
College, as8 follo us:
F'or the prinumary dlopartment-emibraci ng
chiildren in p~ruimary grades as far as5 the
thurd reader and1( the multi plicaition table
-under Miss BRhine, at I10 o'clock a. cn.
on Monday next.
G irls of highier grades thnn the primairy
depar11timent will replort ia tibe same lacet
and hour on Tusday.
Pupils in L-mguages, H ighor Mathe
mnatus aind Scriencet, and English upoi
ever sixteen years o f age. will m'alke
speial application to Mr-. Davis.
0. Ri. TilO~mP8ON,
feb 2-if Clerk of'lhoard Tlrustees.
ili State Of' Suth1 ('ni'olin:.
COUNTY OF P'AIRFIflLD.
By 0. .R. T lO03PSO N, Jk., i'robale .Jwitqe
W HI1"REAS, George WV. Coleman hat L
made14 suit to ime to granlt him
let ters of administriat ion of thme e'state and
offects of Mary Coleman, deconsod:
These ar~e therefore to cite andi admi mish
al11 and( singular the kindred antd crediutors
of the said Mary Coleman, deeas-ed, that
they be' antd appear bcfore me, in thot'ouri
of Probato, to 1)0 held at I.'amrfild Court
flouso, f4. C. ,on the 21st day of Febr-unry
next, after publicat ion hereof, at I I
o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause, i
any they have, why the said adnministra~
tion should not be grantetd.
Gliven under my hand, this dth day
of February, Anno D~omini 1878.
0. Rt. ThiOMPSON,
feb 5-txlaw2 J. P. F. C.
Soiling Out at and Below Cos t.
33ERING denirous of closing my huid
ness, 'asI intendi to leave the Stato
I off'er my ent.iro stock, consistin of
Family Groeries, Boots and Slhoos, anti
a fine stock of Liquors of all kintds,
AT ANI) IJELOW COSTP, unmtil February
15, unless sooner soldI out, Or, I will
Roll thme enltiro business, fixtures, atnd
license; on accommodating terms to a re
All poi'sons inde1bteld to me will settle
up imnmediately andi save erostS.
Jan 22-xit feb15 Agen6.
MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE.
ed schole In oonnetion with Mount
Zion, students In the Ancient and
Modern Languages, High or Mathtmatics
ind tihe Pceones will be received into
the Instituto upon - the payment of
$2.60 por socholastlo monith of four weeks
in advanoce, - ~N ~V8
J. 0. BOAG'S,
RjliB'uII and warranted Garden Seeds
- at live Ocens per paiter. *whiclh sold
last yoc.r at 10 eents or 3 for 25 eonILS.
Very INtt choice St3,d niul eatinv.g Potatocaq,
Fion ily Flour, !leal, G rist, llauon,
Lard, RLice, CiganV, Tobacco, Can
dies, Assoit-ment of Facy
CIkV and Crackers,
Mlackerel, Dr if-d lier
All of whioh will be sold a low OA the
Lowet ,or oaoi.
The siock of Dry Gboois, suc't as Domes
ties, Calicoe. Drr.i Gloods,
Shawlg, Fnr-o N11111.
will be sold Ver y low to clear thoen ont..
Call toon and seo for yourselvee.
You will always find r frill line of
Notion'.. J1ut(tonias, Tritnuings, Ac., And
Fancy Goods, kept at the
DIry Goods, Faney Goods and
In fiet You can1 get aliist Anything
you wan't t iha in the Grocery, lry
Goods, Faney (ods, Notion or Mdillinory
All knowing themslves indebted to
we will please comne forward and settle
up at once, as this is a hard year and I
must have money to carry on busiryis.
)eb 5 J. 0. BOAG.
Thle M.ost Popu)tlari Sintific Paper in the
Only $3,20 a Year, Including Postage.
32 NUMnasIfr A YE~An. 4,000) noon r.ess,
r llE~ SCTI:NTIlc AMERI1CAN is a
.. large first-e la wveeky ne11wsp1aper of
sixteent paes, prWited ini thei most beaui
lifulI style, proifusely illustrtateci' wit h
splendid enlgravinls re p'resting~ g he
niewest invt ijou n and the motst re'ent
ad valie n iro u I ti ns and istjene ccx ii 11i
enii lneing. noiauy. moining, eisvil, a
cund I lydrauliea enlginieerinug, miiill w, re,
Iion, st eel andt me t ! wor ; eheminist ry
andti chteial priocesses: El ectriicit y, light,
heat,* sound: 'hl'uhol ogy, photo(graphl1y,
printmitg, linwlacinery', new ptroesses~,
to tex tilt' in 1list ryc, wea vinDg, d yeing, col
oring. new indlust rial productsM, anim al
vegetale andl ineirab: new andi in!teres -
mng facts in uagriciultur ie, hiortiecultunre, the
home, hecalt h, med ical process, nocial
science, ntatiural hist try, geology,astrono
Tihe uimost valnale practical papers,
by,' eminent wvriters in all dnpartments of
uciene, will be found iln the Scientific
Amucrienn; the whole presenited in pop i.
lar laing uauge, free from tech nical terms,
illustratted with engravinga, and so ar
rangotd as to ii terst andl inform nll
classes of readers oldi andt youing. The
Scientific American is promotive of
knowcledge and progress in every comn
muity where it, circu Ltes. It should
have a plnae in every family, reading
room, library, codeoge or school. TIormas,
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in'clutdes prepaymnrt. of postage. Dis
count to Clubs and Agents. Singlc
ciopics ten cents. Sold1 by all Newsadeal..
era. Rtenut byV postal order to MUJNN A
CO., Publishors, 37 Park Row, New York.
tili American, Messrs. MUNN & t o. are
'olicios (of American and( Foreign Pa
tents, andi' have the largest estaiblishment
in thle world. Patetst are cbtaine~d on
tihe best terms. Models of noey inven
tions and sketches examinod, and advice
free. A special notice is mado in the
Boiontitic American of all inventions
patencited throughu this agoney, with the
namio andi residence of the patentee.
Public attention is thus diited to the
merits oIf tihe nowv patent, and sales or in
troducotion often effeoted,
Any ,person who lhas made anew dis
covery or invention, can ascertain, free
of chargo, whether a patent can probably
b~e obtained, by writing to the under
aignedi. A ddress for the Paper, or con
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.rnc 37 Park Row, Now York,
(rachOflo, Corner]? and 7th Streets,
j'm 8--tf Washington, D. C,
2.Q dosea EnPlish Tooth mrnas... h
137 and 139 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO
TIARDWARE, Cutlory, Guns, Sad.
dlerv, Bar Iron and Plow Stool, Cucura
Agents for South Carolina for the
Patent Steel Barb Fencing, and the
celebrated Farmer's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at reduced prios.
Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Large assortment of Agticultural Ina
lo'men~ts, A griculturak.teels a specialty.
B011 Ton etim, Turn Shovels, Scooters,
Sweeis, Ivefil Bolta, also, rough st"e
Stato Agent. Tredegar Home and Mul
$*' All orders shall rooeive prompt
and careful attention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
137 and 189 Meeting Street,
dec 16- Cbarleston, S. C
OTTO F. WEITERS,
Non. 110,112 and 181,
CH ARLESTON, S. C
DON'T MISS THE
UE entire stock of Furniture, Mat
trosses, Window Shades, Baby Carringos,
-te., will be sold at greatly reduced
pr1ice, from thisday, regardless of eost,
te close out at
The Chester Furnituro Store, *
Opposite the Court House.
Jnnuary 30, 1878. Proprietor.
jan 3 't4
T'o Invenltors and Manufacturers.
Gilmore, Smith & Co.,
SOLICITORS1 OF lPATENTS AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
American and Foreign Patents.
629 F? St., Waishinigton, D. C.
o fees in advanco, nor until a Patent is
allowed. .Nofeesfor makingpreliminar-y
Speial attention given to Interfereneo
Cases before the P'atent Offlee, Jnfringe..
muents Suits in the dliflerent States, and
all litigation appertaining to ratents or
,qend SIasnp for Pamtphd qf sixty page.
ES'TABLISI[E D 1874.
GEO, B. EDWARDS,
Cotton and Gleneral Conunission g(erhant
CHIARLESTON, 8. 0.
PRIOMPT attention given to the sale
Cotton, Peas, Corn, Rico and Pro
duco of all kinds.
Merchandise bought free of coromia
rion. Being on the spot, and thoroughly
postedl ion prices, can guaranteo largo
saving to buyers of merchandiae.
Agent at Charleaton for State Line
Ocean Steamships between Now York,
Glasgow, Liverpool, London and all parts
References: 'B~ank of Charleston; Jae.
Adger & Co., Charleston, S. C.
sept 22-xt 3m
Corner of Broad and Washingtozi Streets,
A UGUST A, G A.
TTAS been thoroughly renovated, re,
.Lmodeled andl newly furnished, ,It
is located in the . contre of business.
Telegraph Office In the Hotel boilding.
Express Office in the same blo6k. P'ost
Office only one block off., All other pub,
lie convenIences close at hand.
Je Thre -0111o of the Hotel-will be.
open during the night, end guests will be
received or called at an y hoar
Rtates of Board, 0.00per~ day