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CHANoE 01 SCHEDUL.---Tho follow- I
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte, i
Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Going South. Going North. 0
Leavo Blacksitook, 3.15, p. u. 12.15, P. it.
" Winnsboro, 4.02, P. it. 11.26, A. Mr.
" Ridgeway, 4.38, 1 ur. 10.52, A. U. C
Going South. Going North.
Leavo 1lakostock, 12.31, A. li. 2.03, A. M. t
VWi.nsboro, 1.11, A. 3t. 1.14, A. M
Ridgeoway, 1.49, A. u. 12.36, A. r.
The night trains nept at Wiuns
Mr. Jno. A. Desportes, of Ridge
way, is the duly authorized agent of
THE NEwS AND hERALD, and all
moneys due this office, whether for
subscriptions, advertisomonte, or
job work, may be paid over to hin.
Governor Hapton has approved
an act to alter the law on the
subject of fences in certain town
ships of Fairfield," but we have been
unable to procure the bill to see
-what it provides. It is about as I
hard to got hokd of a printed bill as
for a rich man to enter the king
doin of Heaven.
The Charleston Aews and Co.V
rier in mentioning the recent 1
gathering of the Florida Veterans
of this county makes the mistake
of calling them Mexican. Vetcraun. r
Some of tfhose prosent have, indeed, j
servo:1 in both the Florilt andt
tho Mxiaw. ; but t'ie recent
meitiIg wAS of the suIvivors of f
the company that went from this t
county to Florida.
We are painod to announce the
doth of Mrs. John A. Brice, which t
occurred at her hoine in this county
on Tuesday morning last. She I
had been in bad ho tlth for some
the, and her deith w.ts not unex -
pecLed. Mrs. Brice was a most
estimable lady, and she leaves a t
large circle of kiniru.l and friends
to mourn her loss. To these we
extend our hearty sympathy.
V- WAWrR.-W dosiro to pro
Cure copies of the following num
bers of the weekly NEWS AND HERALD:
October 5, 1876.
October 12. 1870.
October 19, 1876.
May 0, 1877.
May 16, 1877.
May 23, 1877.
May 30, 1877.
July 11, 1877.1
Any person having these num
bore, or any of them, will be
liberally compensatedl on bringing
the same to this office.
RIDoEWAY NoTEs.-Tho Artillery
Company have ordlered a part of
their uniforms, and the Hampton
Rifle Guard will have theirs short
ly. Both companies will be fully
uniformed by inspection time, and
will present a better appearance
than at the last.
The theatricals at Liberty Hill
were quite a success. There are now
upwvards of seven hundred dollars
raised by this means and sub.
scriptions, for the purpose of build,
ing a church.
Considerablo quantities of oats
are being soldl. This speaks well
for the county, and we must now
hope for good seasons.
The roads are getting a little
better. They have been miserable.
DENTAL NoTroE.--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 teni years. And as he is now
poerrgan0ontly located in Winnsboro,
he hopes, by performing faithfully all
operations entrusteo4 to his care, in
the latest and most soientific man
nor known to the profession, to
receive a continuance of the same.
Ho will be fonmod at his office on
Market street, opposite -the Town
Clock. Offlce hours from 9 a. m.
tol1p. m., and from 2 p. m. to 5
p. m. sCall early,, as he; will be
absent two waeks from thQ 20mh of
A PLEA Fon PARDON.-The Colum
in correspondent of the Charleston
Vws and Courii' gives the follow.
During the session of the Senate,
Irs. Carpenter, the wife of L. Cass
aurpeutor, appoared upon the floor
f the Senate and had circulated
mong the members a petition, ad -
resod to the governor, praying
or the pardon of hoe husband, who
5 now confined in the jail at this
lace. The petition sots forth that
he prisoner has already suffered
ufficient punishment ; that ho is in
cry bad health, and that his family,
onsisting of his wife and -threo
Llpless children, are utterly depon..
le~it on him for 1upport. The un
ortunato lady and devoted wife
iorself an invalid-excited gonoral
ympathy by her evident distress
nd quiet, ladyslike maier in the
lischargo of 1her painful, affection
to duty, and, to their everlasting
redit be it said, not one of tle
tonorablo gentlemen composing tile
;enato of South Carolina turned a
leaf car to her mute appeal for
elief. She placed the paper, on
vhich her happiness and that of her
musband and children depends, in
he hands of Senator Gary, who
oon returned to her the potitiol
>earing tile signaturo of every
wenator in the hall. It has been
ubmitted to the governor, anid it
nay saifely be asserted that it is
)oth hoped and expected that he,
o00, will hearken to hor ploadings,
nd that the unfortunato man will
)e pardoned and allowed to go
Oun NE'XT JUDGE.-Under the law
-quirin g a rotation of the cireait
-dges in h oldingii courts, his Hoii.or
t8shna1: Hi. I tilson will pre ido at
ho next term of the circuit court
ar this county. Of Judge Hudson,
he Charleston Journal of Com
Qerce 'publishos the following
The gentlenim electod last Thurs
Lay from the fourth judicial dis
rict a circuit judge of South
Iarolina, was born inl Chester in
832, of poor but respectable parol..
go, anid wvis schoolod from the
mublic funds. Through .assistance
>f friends lie entered, iiperfectly
wrepared, the Sophoniore class at
,be South Carolina College in 1849.
Joloiiol Preston, the President, re
oivel him at his family board, and
Lt the eXpiratiol of the year lie
>btaincd by morit thee Manning
chiolarship. With this fund and
vihat lie mado by school teaching in
'acation he was eiiab!od to com_
>ote his education, graduating with
,he first honor of a large and influ
m tial class- in 1852. The next year
o0 settled in Bennettsville, Marl boiro
3istrict, teaching school for four
ears, and studying lawv. In 1858
10 entered the bar, and was elected
o tihe Legislature, where his poli
ice were those of the straight-out
3tates' Rights Democracy. In Jan
lary, 1862, hie entered tihe army as
llprivate in the 21st regiment, and
afterwvards was adjutant and lieuten..
mnt-colonel of the 26th, serving
Lotively in South Carolina, Missis
aippi and Virginia, and was shot
shrough the body at "Five Forks"
n 1865. Colonel Hudson sinco the
var has practised lawv at Bennetts
rile, and in competition with
tlclvor, Spaiti, Harliee, Boyd, W. D.
rohinson, and other lawyers of the
'ourthi Circuit became eminent.
-1e is a man of unquestioned ability,
nethodical, accurate and thorough
n inmontrk. By his character, at
amnsand capacity, we judge
1e, will prove an ornament to the
>enCh of the State.
B Y virtue of sundry executions to me
directed, I will offer for sale, before
ho court-house door, in Winnsboro, on
ho first 'londay in March next, within
io legal hours of sale, for cash, the
dio wing described real estate, viz:
All that pieco, parcel or tract of land
>eing andl situate, in the county of Fair..
leld and 8tato~ of South 'Carolina, and
>artly in the town of Winnsboro, eon
aining TwICrTY-sIX Acans, more or less,
>ounded on the woat by lands bolonq
ng to Jamiies 1I. M-0&antsI, on the 14ont 1
jy lots lately belonging to A~ rs. Hessic
?raser, on the north by the public road
endhing 'ut of the town of WVannsboro to
(incaid's Bridge, and on the cast by
Ioion Church and G.arden Street, in the
own of Winneboro, levied upon as theo
>roperty of Jno. A. Fr-astr, at the suit of
). W. Tidwell, Executor, and sthers vs.
S. W. RlUFF,
Shoriff's. Omiee,,8. F. 0.
Vlnnsboro, S. 0.;
February 11, 1878.
EED,. . ONION SETS,
i250-orth of garde~.ed.uu.s
4INed atotdi e prioes for oeh, at the
]DOWN WITH 1
A NUMBE1 U, iO Alrj
tO ! WING to dull timeH aid groat th rin
of 0 r-:c10 thII- prieo of our i Eight )lo
es 'TiiitEls DOLLAIS- ent to amy address ir
'1,; expeis to . he purchaser-- ec fin creryI
t14 only remains good for sixty daqs from di
er, own manifaicture. Now is the tino to scou
I NOTS Tus INIMrICTIoNs. -4-Olooks can bO
e- if purchasors are not uatisiled. Givo full
of and uoarest Express oflico-as we sond g<
es !inmnner to senl money, is by Post Offloo
Post Of11co do artment deliver register
on ly responib lo parties--consequently ti
of our Clocks. Address all orders to
fob 19-2t L. FR YER & CO,
N ORDER TO MAKE EXTEN
r . sivo changes in our store, and to
got moncy to pay our debts, wo
0- offer goods LOVER than they can
P be bought anyvhero in the State.
. LOOK AT TIlS!
ve The very best Calicoes, Of ets.
a- Kentucky Jeans, from 12J ets. up.
Lace Han dkcc hiefs, 25 to 35 cts.,
71. cont 75 CLs.
Plain Handkorehiefs, 8 cts., up.
.on Boulevard Skirts, $1.00, good-cost
to India Rubber Shoes, Ladies', 60 cts.
its " " Men's, 75 eta.
g 0 ther Shoes equally low. Clothing
re and Hats at and under cost,
Our mark is, ALY CURETON.
ild ---. . .. .. . -- - ---- - .- ..-- .-.----- ---
>st We give this, so that you can see
he for yourselves the cost of goods.
.. All goods not closed out by
iSaturday, the 24th, will be sold at
SLAD D BROS.
137 and 139 M[eetinlg Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
:le- FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
B.: IARDWARE, Cutlery, Guns, Sad
uify diory, lBar Iron and Plow Steol, Cuoum
rim Itor Pumps,
ist FAIRBANKS' SCALES.
Agonts for South Carolina for the
,Patent Steel Barb Fencing, and the
celebrated. Farmer's Friend Plows, one,
twvo and three horse, at redtuced prioes.
- Liber'aI Terms to the Trade.
dli- Large Assoirtment of Agricultural Im..
the plomonts. A gricultural Stools a specialty.
lhe Buill'iTonges,. Tu rn Shtovels, Scooers,
the Sweeps, lleel Bolts, also, rough ateel
bor Shapes, &e.
co-- Stato Agents TredegrHsoadMl
Shtoos. - os adMl
n~g pt- All orders shall reecive prompt
red and careful attention.'
1the .J. E. ADGER & Co.,
by ' 187 and 189 Meeting Street,
by de 16- Charleston, 8. O
IA LLpeans indebted to the estate of
. Il James It. Aiken, deceased, are hereby
notified that thu notes and accoute
. beloring to maid estate have been placed
li the hands of Jatnes G. Mo~ants, attom.
mewt nstructions to settlo up and
- olo he ameoa soo osible.
Se Jan15-. TLI&Z LIOTT,
ST.,Dry Goose Ip the South
, 11ex ess his where theo
-o*r is $QO. Wrife: a stal foy gain.
~be'#:d ?ri List.
Used in Nearly Every Locality
Many States. .
SE n, REY1ND A DounT.-No o
rjtiestions the fact th'at- more onnos
whites, suppressed an'd irregular 1ietis
niltd uterine obstruct ions, of overy liii
ire being daily curod,by Dr.J. Jtllel
Pemaale Regulator, than by 'all 001
rnicdios t-coibined. Its success
corgia and other States is 1
ol(l precedent iii. tho annals
physie. Thousands of ocrtifeal
rroi romon everywhere potir in up
the proprietor. The attontion of proint
1(11, Iedical men is aroused in bohalf
his wonderful compound, and the i<
uecessful )ractitioners use it. If w
non suFilor herealter it will be thoir osi
'ut. Foimale Regulator is prepared at
;old by J. Bradfield, Atlanta, (a., i
or sale by Dn. W. E. AtKEN.. Prieo $1.
. A gradod school in the En
lish brauches and Aritliiet
for white ohildror between t
ages of six and sixteen yea
will be openod'at Mount Zi
Dollege, as follows:
For the primary department-embraci
-hildIren in prilmary grades as far as t
tiird reader and the mnultiplication tal
-under Miss Bleine, at, 10 o'clock a.
o'. Monday next.
Girls of higher graudes than the prima
department will report it the same plt
aind hour oni Tiuesday.
Pupils in Linguutiages, Higher Mati
mati,.s antd Scioneo, and Eng0lish pul
over sixteen years of age, will snu
special apllication to Mr. Davis.
0. It. THO iPrON,
fob 2-tf Clerk of Board Trustees
TOTAL ABSTEENCE SAVING WE TILL 11
There is a curious story about sonic nat
wines which are extensively advertitd nov
days, nnd have only recently been pit 11:
the niariet. Dr. Unideririll, the well-kne
g rapc-grtwer of Croton Point, d:l in 18
-0omW Of h0s hei-s entlrtined ten.puiall
views of suth exteme kind, that thev w
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then
hand to be sold or any- more to be ina
The gr-oes have sometimes beep sent
mrket, and -omctimes left to decay up
the vines. It i only nov that the ether he
have succeecdcd in arranging for a settlcm
of the estat2 and the -ale of the wines
hand. Among thcsc is a wine of the vintr
of 1864, described as a "Fycet.Unioi Por
but suggesting the Imperial Tokay n
than any other European -wic, and bei
wholly unlike any other yine of Aneric
growth. Its purity, age and mellowness r
remarkable, and bo-h physicians and wil
fanciers have a special interest in it as I
oldest native wine now accessible in fny c
siderable quantitv. The whole stock is w I
hands of the wvebl-known wholesale grocc
house of the Thurbers.-N. Y. Tribu.
Nov. 19, zJ7.?
The above speaks for itself, but we wot
add that this is the purc juice : of the grai
neither drugged, quored nor toa/cred; tha
has been ripened. and mellowed by age, a
for medicinal or sacramef'il p'tirposes it
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from n
of the leading Druggists throughout t
United States, and atnyylolcsalc -from C
undersigned, who will forward de.scripti
pamphlet, free of charge, oi application.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER &.Co.
West hmrdway, .Reade add Hudsos. Sthu
B. Y virtue of an execution to me
1)rooted, I will otfer for sale before I
court-house door in Wi~pnsboro, 0on
first Moniday' in March next, within
legal hours of sale, td the hig(li'st biudd
for casH, the folloing described porso
and redl estate, viz:
Ono' sorrel Horse, one black Mule, a
TwluNrY-FtiE ACRES of land, bounded
Isratel Byrd, Jun. Harris aind the put.
road loading from Kincaid's Bridge
the town of W~innsboro), -levied upon
the p)roperty of John Davis, deceased
the suit of Amy Hays.
Sheriff's Office, S* . LF. ,
Winnsboro, S. (I.,
Februairy 11, 1878,
BY virtue of an exeution, to me
roedc, I will offer stile, before
couirt-house door in .Winsbloro, witL
the legal hours of stale, on- theo first M
day in March next, the following
seribed real estato, viz:.
All ttat piece, parcel or tract of In
being and situato, in the county of Ft
field, anti boundeld by lands of James
McCants, the Shsedd plae andI the ii
place, said tract containintg Two 1uUNDm
AND SISvBNTY ACnES, moreoOr less, 1ey
on at the suit of WVm. Douglass, agai
HI. 0. Craig as Administrator,
S. W. IIUFF,
Sheriff's Offlce, kF. F. C
Winnsboro, 8. (1.,
February 11, 1878
e b 16-f 1x2
B Y virtue of an execution -to me
rected, I will otfor sale before
court-bonso door, in WVinnsboro, on
flmrst Mondiy in March noxt, within
le-gal hours of sale, to tito highest bid,
for cash, the following described p
perty, to wit:
One lot of land - beIng and situate
the town of Winnisboro, mecasur;
thirty-threa foot. wide, by one hunid
and forty-Iour feet long, bounded bn
soulth biy WV. R. Doly & (o., on
west by A. P. MIller, on the, north
W. W. Kohin, and on . the east
P. Jenkins. Levied upon as the proy
rof P. Jenkins, at the suit of O'ates
8. W. uRFF
SherIff's Ofitee,,8. F. O
Februay '11, '99.- - --
MOO6SIH A asb 'nATTw PrOWDE.
3 C:1f-XX'btt 4%t Ia
I RLENCLOC(,K FORt $3,
king in valuos, we have determined to
-Thirty flour Stein Winding Clook to
the 1'nite(d States by eXplOs FREE of
r'cwur raroute 110dj Iuo years. T his offor
to of tlii paper. The (locks are our
ro a good Clock for almost nothuing.
returned and money will be refunderI
name, Post Offlee, County and State,
ods exclusively by express. The safest
money order or registered letter. The
letters or money on money orders to*
is would be the unfest way of ordering
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tresses, Window Shades, Baby Carriages,
eto., uill. be sold at greatly reduced
prices, from this day, regardless of. cost,
to close out at
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Opposite the Court House,
January 80, 1878. Proprietor,
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