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CHANGE Or SOUEDULE.-The follow
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going South. Going North.
Leave Blaokstook, 3.15, p. at 2.15, 1r. ii.
SWinnsboro, 4.02, P. rt. 11.26, A. bf.
Ridgeway, 4.38, p m. 10.52, A M.
Going South. Going North,
Leavo Blaoktock, 12.31, A. u. 2.03, A. m.
" Wiaumboro, 1.14, A. U. 1.14, A. K.
" Ridgway, 1.49, .L. x. 12.36, A. M.
Pianos and Organs-Ludden &
Masoni', Meeting- G. B. Mc
Merchants and others desiring
agricultural liens can have the
same neatly and cheaply printed at
the office of TiE NEWS AND HERALD.
Dr. Isaiah Simpson is now in
Winnsboro, and may be found at
his office on Market Street from 9
a. m. to 1 p. m., and from 21 p. rm.
Mr. Jno. A. Desportes, of Ridge
way, is the duly authorized agent of
Tu NEws AND HERALD, and all
moneys due this office, whether for
subscriptions, advertisomenti, or
job work, may be paid over to him.
To suffer and be pleasant is al
most impossible for an adult, and
quite so for a baby. When it is
afflicted with Colic, Diarrho3a or
other troublesome disorders use
Dr. Dull's Baby Syrup. Price 25
The Gordon Light Infantry drill
frequently and regularly, and ire
making fine progress. They will
soon be uniformed. The great
thing they need is a complement of
arms and equipments. We trust
these will soon be procured.
The attendanceion the circus per
formances was decidodly small,
compared with what it used to be
in the flush times when cotton was
twenty-two cents a pound. The
performance was on the whole very
good-some of it decidedly fine.
The riding was especially good.
R. U. MusIKAL?-If not, why not?
If sa, remit $1.25 subscription to
the Southern Musical Journal and
get a a Premium $1.00 worth of
Sheet Music of your own selection
from the largest stock South. and
also a Premium Ticket in the Grand
Premium Drawing for a supeCrb
$800 Piano, which will be presented
to the first 1,000 subscribers re
ceived in 1878. $12 worth of
choice music published in the Jour
nal yearly. Music buyers can't
afford to be without it. ry it onei
year and you will want it for a life
time. Specimen copy for a 8 cent
stamp. Published at Ludden &
Bates' Southern Music House,
Savannah, Ga. *H 1mi
THE MURDERER McEvoy.-A Co
lumnbia telegram to the News and
C~ourier, dated Mac 12, says :
McEvoy, the Aiken murderer,
who is to be hanged next Friday,
having stated to the jailor on SatLur
day last that he was present at the
murder of ypung Sawyer at ilidge
Spring, four years ago, and knows
the three men who shiot him and
fired his store, and having also con -
tossed a knowledge of the facts of
the killing of young Arthur, near
Aiken, about the same time, an
effort will be made to-morrow to
have the Governor respite him, in
order, if possible, .to induce the
condemned man to make a full eon
fession. Arthur, it will be remem
bered, was found dead, having been
placed on the railrad track for the
evident purpose of having his body
mutilated by a passing train in
order to conceal the manne,r of his
death. Both of these murders have
been shrouded in mystery since
their first discovery.
.Joe Massey, negro, ex.county com
maassiloner of York county, camne
near being lynched in Rock Hill
last Sunday. and is.- now pining in
Yorkville jail. He made an im~
proper proposal to Mrs. Von Wittko,
a poor but respectable woman, the
wIfe of a German resident of Rock
Hill, while walking alone about
eleven o'elock on Saturday night
from the candy shop of husband,
with her four year old little girl
*sleep in her arms, to her residence
in the outskirts of the village. She
soreamied, and he struck her two
blows.in the face and fled. He was
CAsW-Wil X GA,, April 2!;, 189.
T ijsil r tlhat two temiibors of
nly hllitd1:%ti- 1aa!1:y, after laVing 91f
fi red for a y ;..irs fron nienstrual
irrregularity, I hving been treated
without blnefit. by virious medical doc
tors, were at longth oompletely oured by
one bottle of Dr. J. B adflold's FEMAL.E
REoULATOR. I therefore deom it my
duty to furnish this certifloato, with the
hope of drawing attention of suffering
womankind to the merits of a medicine
whose power in curing irregular and Pu)
pressed menstruation has been proven
under my own personal observation. Its
offects in such vases are truly wonderful
and well may the ronedy be catled "Wo
maroh 5-2w JAS. W. STRANGE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Court of Comnzo& Pleas.
Sarah P. Hall, Plaintiff, against Owen
Smith, as surviving partner of 0.
Smith & Co., Defendant.--u3moNs.
To the Defendant:
Y('U are hereby suinmoned and re.
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in tie o1icee
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
said county, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said comtiplaint on the sub
scriber at his otlice, Nos. 7 and 9, Market
Street, Winnsboro, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such servico; anwl if you fail to
pnswer tho comiplaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief demand
edt in the conlplaint.
Daited 4th February, A. D. 1878.
JAS. H. RION,
To the Defendant:
TAKE NOTIOE that the summons in this
notion, of which the foregoing is a copy,
w!is filed in the office of the Clork of Court
at Winnshoro, in the County of Fair:ield,
in the State of South Carolina, on the
25th (lay of February, 18'8.
25th February, 1878.
JAS. H. RION,
feb 26-xlfsw0w Winnsboro, 8. C.
OPFICE OF COUNTY CoMssoNEIns,
WINNnono, S. C., March 2, 1878.
N OTICE is hereby given that contracts
will be awarded on the third Alon
day of March at this place, to build
fences as provided by the "Act to author
ize County Commissioners to submit to
the qualified electors of their counties a
Proposition to Alter the Fence Law "
The line of fenoing will run as. follows:
From Little River, where it is intersected
by the boundary line between Richland
and Fairfield sounties, to the intersection
of the same boundary li&e with the main
Columbia road; thenco up the main
Columbia road to Simpson's Turnout;
from Simpson's Turnout to llidgeway;
from Ridgeway along the Longtown road
to the Kershaw line; thenco up the Ker
s.haw line to Wiateree River.
Contracts will be awarded to the low
est bidder per mili.
JoiN A. HINN . NT,
march 5-t I x2 airman.
Thne" ntate of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By 0. R. TH0iiPSO5, Esq., Probate Judge
W HEREAS, Henry L. Elliott bath
madle suit to me to grant him
letters of administration of the estate and
effects of Joh IHII1. D)av'is, deceased:
These are therefore to cite an d admn.nish
all and singulr t be kindred and credlitonrs
of the said 'un. It Davis, deceasxed, tht
they be) and1 aer: bi.fore me, ini the ourt
'lonso. Fi. t..ou th :igh da:y of' March
next, after publei.mton lhereof, at .
o'clock inl tile forenoomn , to show~ cause', if
any they havi.e, whyl~ tihe said administra
tion should not be granted.
Giveu undor mys hand, this 2nd day
of March, Annio D)omini 1878.
0. RI. TihOMPSON,
march 5-t1a2J. P. F'. C.
A graded school in tile Eng.
lish brauches and Arithmetic,
for white ehildren betwoon thle
aiges of six and sixteen years,
will bo opeonedl at Mount Zion
College, as folio A5s
For the primnary department--embracing
children in p)rimary grades as far as the
thlird reader uend tile multiplication table
-under Miss Bloine, at 10 o'clock a. in.
on Monday nest.
Girls of higher grades than the primary
department will report at the samei place
and hour on Tuesday.
Pupils iu Languagesn, Higher Mathe
mnath.s andl Science, and English pupi's
over sixtecn years of age, will make
special ap)plication to Mr. Davis.
0. R. THOM P$ON,
fob 2-tf Clerk of Board Trustees.
A meetinr~ of the Fairfield County
Democratic Club, will be held on thle
fifth Saturuday In March. The Club will
be comnposedl, as heretofore, of fIve dele
gatos from each local or subordinateclub.
Tile piirpose of the meeting is the
conisiderationi of such~ measures as will
place our county organizatiom in accord
with tile form p)resented by tile State
Democratic Convention of August, 1878,
and also of such rn a and regulations
for the government of our county organi
zation as will socnro its fullest support
of Its own nominations, guard It against
the dangers of discord and internal dis
sensions, fill its ranks and strengthen Its
lines for tihe campaign on which it is
about to enter,
These preliminary ateps, wisely and
dlberately taken, wvill p)lac our party
in the strongest position pots' le to us,
and (enablo us5 to adept promptly any
eourse that the emorgonocies of the eamn
paign taay require.
ma'ah 2-fltu OeutyCbh'a.
J. 0. BOAG'S,
Cx. TW O
F IIESII and warranted Garden Seeds
at five contm per paper, which sold
last yoar at 10 cents or 3 for 25 cents.
Very best choice Seed antl eating Potatow;,
Family Flour, Meal, Grist,' Bacon,
Lard, Rice, Cigars, ''Tobaco, Can
dies, Assortment of Faney
Cakes and Crar,
Makerel, Diii(d ler .
All of whiah will be sold as low as the
lowest tor casi.
The stock of Dry Goods, suoi as Doies
tics, Calicoes, Dross Goods,
'4hawls, Furs, .Milli..
will be sold very low to clear them out.
Call soon and soo for yourselves.
You will always find a full line of
Notions, Buttons, Trimmings, &c., and
Fancy Goods, kept at the
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
In fact you can get almost anything
you want that is in the Grocery, Dry
Goods, Fancy Goods, Notion or Millinery
All knowing themselves indobted to
ine will ploase come forward and sottle
up at once, as this is a hard year and I
must havo money to carry on business.
fob 5 J. 0. BOAG.
137 and 139 Mceting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
11ARTDWARE, Cutlery. Guns. Sad
dl -rv, Bar Iron and Plow' Steel, Cucum
Agents for South Carolina for the
Patent Steel Unirb Fencin.;, and t he
celebrated Farme(rs Friend Plows, one,
t-wo and three horse, at r-educ. (1 prices.
Liberal Ter1n1s to the~ Trade.
Large assortment of Agricult urn 1 Im
pleument is, A gricul ui ral Steels ai 5lpecialt.
Bull Ton~mg es, T1urin Shovels, Hoooters,
Sweel-s, Iireel Ilolts, also, rough stee1
Stait Agents Tredegar Horse andl Mule
./:O All arders shall receive priomp1t
and careftul attention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
dc 137 and 13 Motn treet,
OTTO F. WImS,
NOsj. 110,112e and 181,
CHARLESTON, 8. C
NE~W WILLCOX & GIBBS
Silent Sewinq Machine,
Latest Invention, Producing Marvolouis
Its surpassing merit, places it beyond ail comx
petition, and makes It the cheapmest, nowith
standing the large Inducements offered by
Bollers of noisy, hard-running, troublesome, twe
thread, iension maclinecs.
Only Machine in the Workd wit,
With no TiensioRi to
Write by Postal Card f6r Priee List, List
of Offices, &o.
WIL LCOX & G IBlS S. M. C0
(Ocr. Bond St.) 6& nim1l,1 N.
To inventors aniid M1.mituicturers.
Gilmoro, Smith & Co.,
SOLICITORS OF PATENT AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
American and Foreign Patents.
60 0 ., tsiingi, . .
0 v - i ll 1- 1! r ).ve nor n 1 t11til ai 'atent is
I)i W ed. Jous ;'r wri li mbio )tii0io-y
Specia atti anlion giv-( n to Interferenco
Cw-as before1 th, Piatvilt Olfiet, Infringo
mlrttk S11uti in tihe difl'ervnt Stiate%. 1111d
allitigattion iapportnintiig to Patents or
sYel1 -'10laip for Pamphil of s*.rly paym.
J ARk %%a?CS~
PAV. J . 05, El 1.
. X CAI l1. Til IMPIOIED
'T he follo-VingDi specific poitll of supe
I-CNlreat himplicity ila Coua
St 11'e tion.
2 - 9iMaItlilty.
36Exceedisagly Ligat Rims
N-i ll eh anis tni. oise ie.
fo-Pet'i s'uLto all Vaiegilies ow
6 - IHeauaty of' FIsaiirds atucd
WRY PAY OLD PRiIICES!
PVVSend for cirotiirs an d partienars.
A dd rts,
Twim, e al!ayMiag.tCo.,
feb17 r. ti ri i, N
le the most genial balsan ever used by
sufferers froin Lminonary dimeate..
It 18 coinuosed of herbn t nroductm. whmielt
have a selo eiha O h tla ana
rling deta a fo ti nt - cells aletr
ratd clflr atonc celek th Inamton
reiees tno oststrs 1 pae xtosm
feert .n.qitrest at mtliat. aleli a
acem, and1 is speicially recommuended fox.
What other8 say about
Had Asthma Thirty Years,
*"I have had Asthma thirty years, and nevcr found
a medicine that had such a hapyeec.
W. F. HOGAN, Charles SL.
A Child's JIe f1YMerit.
"Tutt'sRxpectorant is a familiar name in my house.
ly wife thinks it the bcst medicine in the world,
ard tihe children sny it is 'nicer than molasses
eandy.' "NOA H WOODWAR D, 101 N. Poydras St.
"Six, and all Croupys"
"tIam the mnother of six children ; alof them have
been croupy. WVithout Ti'ttt's Expectorant, I don't
think thcy could have st.rvived some of the attacks.
lIiil a mnother's blessing ."
MARY CEVENS, Frankfort, Ky.
A Doctor's Advice. ci
& nmy practice, I advise alamietokeep Tumtt's
Expectorant, in sudden emergencies, for coughs,
T. P. ELLIS, M.D., Newark, N...
BOld ty all drugglet.. .Price $1.00. Office
85 Murray SWreet, Netw York.
"THE TREE IS BY ITS FRUIT."
" Tutt's Pills are worth their weight in gold."
r REV. I. R, SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.'
" Tutt's Pills are a ' "ca Iblessing of the nine.
leenthcentury."-REV. F. R. OSGOOD, New York,
"I have uised Tutt'"''1flITor torpor of the liver.'
They are superior to any mnedIcino for billary dis
orders ever mnade,"
I. P. CARR, Atornost L.aw, Augusta, 0.
"I have used Tutt'sPii1i1ive years in my fiamily.
They are unequmaled forcostivenessand h,illousness.'*
F. R. WILSON Georgetown, Texas.
6:I have used Tutt's etcn with great benefit."
W, W. MANN Editor MobIle Register.
"We sell fifty boxes ut a Pills to fIvo of all
others."-8AVR E & CO. Criersville, Ga.
"'Tutt's Pis have' on be tried to establisi
theair merits., hywo k magic."
W. H. BARRO9N, Q6 Summer St., Boston.
" There is no medicfne so well adapted to the cure
of blIous dirorders as 'ITtt's Pills."
JOS. BRUMMEL., Richmond, Virginia.
AND A TINJD MORE.
geld 67i aIfug.t.. S5 cents a5 bo1. Offes
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.I.Tthe request of a great many per.
sonis, paurticularly the ladies, who dlesirq
to select fromi our
We have concluded to p)ostpone, the
Auctlion Sales until court week.
Goods sold at any reasonable price,
And yet please remember that we don't
intend to give thmem aiway, Recollect
thu cost mark,
andl you can do your own buying. Many
gods sol at less than cod, t.onie of
thetu 0 % below New York cost,
,Will be glad to hae 4vry 640 euamine
mat ch 2 LADP JBfO0,