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COANGE OF SOHIEDULB.--Tho follow
bng in tho schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad :
Going South. Going North,
Teave 3laokstook, 3.15, r. 31. i2.15, p. n.
" Winnsboro, 4.02, P. M. 11.26, A. Mr.
lidgoway, 4.38, P Mr. 10.52, A. 1.
Going South. Going North.
Leave Blaokstook, 1,1, A. M. 2.03, A. u.
Wiansboro, 1.14, A. nt. 1.14, A. Dt
"Ridgeway, 1 .49, A. 31. 12.36, A. x.
Bank Report-T. K. Elliott,Cash
DENTAL NoTIcE.-Dr. Simpson will
be professionally absent for ten
days-until April 4th. *
Both houses of the Legislature
adjourned sj?e die on :Friclay. The
closing proceedings were Qf no pub
Merchants and othors desiring
Agricultural liens can have tha
same neatly and cheaply priited at
the office of Tu. NEW4 AND HERALD
Mr. Jno. A.. esportes, of Ridge
way, is the duly authorized agent of
TUE NEWS AND HERALD, and all
- moneys due this of ce, whethor for
pubsoriptions, advertisementa, or
job work, may be paid over to hirm.
Sympathy is best shown when
practieai in its appieation. There
fore when, you synpathize with
your suffering baby, show it prac
tically by using Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup and thus eire your child.
Price 25 cents.
We hope Adjutant..Genoral Moise
nay make some early arrpngements
to furnish the Gordon Light Infan
try with arms and equipments. The
company have ordered their uni
forms, at}d all that is now needed iq
the proper complomont of arms and
accoutrements. We trust those n1ay
soon be forthcomrnig,.
A me,tingc was called for M]Ionday
-,evening in the Town'Hall for the
purpo,e of ngminating a Inunicipnl
ticket. Mr. F. Gerig was called
to the chair, but before aiy business
-was transacted, the Hall becoming
too full, and a number of persons
being unable to obtain admission
~the mneeting was adjourned without
0. E. Spencer, Esq., of Yorkville,
h~as been appointed Register i.n
- Bankrgptcy, tg .fll tbe vacancy
aused by the death of W. I. Glaw
~on, Esq., the former incumbent.
This is a most excellent appoint,.
nernt. Mr. Spencer is a talented
~awyer,,.and in every way qualified
~to discharge the dutics of the office.
Je is a s.tausch ,Dergocrat..
- R. U. MUSIKAL'-If not, why not ?
[f so, remit $1.25> subscription to
~ he goulthern1 Musical Journal and
eas a Premium $1.00 worth of
iQhe6e Music of your own selection
roni the largest stoeJt South, and
oa Prermium'Iicket in the Grand
yrneiutn Drawing for a superb
~80 Piano, which will be presented
Sthe first 1,000 subscribers re
~1ed in 1878. $.12 worth of
~hice musjc published in the Jour
Syearly. Music buyers can'
~fod to be without *t. Try it one
~q'and you will want it for a life
* Specinmen copy for a 8 cent
~p. Published at Ludden &
ote' Southern Music House,
GIRoUrT OgUnI..-The onily
ho transacted in court s3ice
~ it report was of a civil nature.
7~us ere as follows:
tj . Batterree vs. William
e,action to recover posses
u itle alleged to be the
tof the plaintiff, and to be
~d~withheld by the defend..
E.~ickey appeared for the
S,obertson for the d,e
e y erdio of the jury
~W.*.: "e find for the
~ ~u1eInqu'estiona 'with
and to be unlawfully withhold by
hcde fondint. Messrs. Mccanits &
Douglasrr represented the plaintiff,
end Mr, Mckoy the defendant. The
jury rendered the following verdict :
"We find for the plaintiff the prop,
erty in question, with no damages."
This was the last case put before
a jury, and the petit jurymen were
discharged on Wednesday morning.
Several judgments by default
wore then taken, and the judge next
proceeded to hear contested cases
without a jury.
W. I. Doty & COp,, vs. Lucy Keller,
action on scaled note-two cases -
Messrs. Gaillard & Reynolds for the
plaintiffs, Col. Rion for the defend
ant. This case was a very interest
ing one, involving the rights and
liabilities of married women under
the present State constitution and
the statutes passed in pursuance of
it. The judge took the papers in
the case and reserved his decision.
ToWN I'ATTFRs.-The best citi
zens of the town evince a reprelen -
siblo want of interest in the choice
of muniicipal tickets. They are
willing to remairl at home and suffer
nominations to be made to a )argo
extent by the votes of irresponsible
parties. This is in face of the fact
that a new act has just been passed
giving enlarged powers to the coun
cil, both in matters of taxation and
in criminal jurisdiction. The tax
imposed by the town in addition to
the State and county levy is neces"
sarily burdensome, and should be
re4uced to a minimum. The town
is already laboring under a debt of
several hundred dollars, the balance
due to Mr. Caldwell. In addition
there ar. ubr e matters that will
come b.efor Ehc incoming council
for dcecision, ' a dy, the amount to be
fixed for liquor hcenses, the salary
of intendant, and the purchlase of a
truck house for the Hook and Lad
der Poompany. Negotiations were
pet on foot some time since by the
,oouncil for the purchase of Barber's
Hall from the 1}uilding aid Ioan
Association, but the terms ($750
cash) were not agreed to.. The
present truck house is cpntrally
located, and, we are informed, can be
rented for fifty dollars a year. While
the conipany should haye accommo
datio.ns for the truck, it is poor
economy to spend $750, instead of
renting for $50 a ypar. If it is
deemed necessary to erect or pur
chase a building for the purpose,
experts say it can be done for much
less money. These matters should
be attended to by the taxpayers.
REPoRT' 0F THiE CON DIT ION
Winnsboro National Bank,
A TWinnsboro, in the State or Soutl
Carolina, at th.e cf,ose of business
March 15th, 1878.
hends nnd Discounts, $68,40 50
Overd oftts. 5541 4(1
U. 8 Bonds .to seonre
circulation, 75,000 00
Duo from approved reserve
agents, -209 79
Duo fromi ether National
Blanks, '2,307 84
Real E4ntste. FurnJlture
and Fi;cteres, 1,453 45
Omtrrent iRxpenises and
Taxes, ,%jid, 1,234 111
Prem,iumia Paid, 4.00J0 0.1
Bill.' of ot.her lBaDki, 3,957 001
Fractionial Currency (includ
ing Nickels.) 186 11
Specie, (includ ing gold
Treasury certificntes) 631 20
.Legal Tenduer Notes, 3,372 001
Redomption fund with U. 8.
Treas.,5 per cent.of circulation, 3,375 00
To.ta.l, $J,62,740 4')
,Onpital Stock paid in, $75,000 00
Surpilus Fiund, 3,133 52
Undivided profits, 8,094 70
Nationtal Bank notes out.
standiing, 402,800' 001
.9lvidendsa unnald., 310 00
Individu,al deposits subjeot
t 040016 17,261 1'1
Duo to othier. NgitionaL Banks, 1,141 08
Total,, .8162,740 *7
I, T. 15. Ellioth. Casir, of the
shovo named Bank, : 4 solemnly
swear. that the abo.ve atsemen~t ,Is true
~o thie best of my knowledg ani beliof.
Subsori ed and sworn o bqore ,e
ts.2O. a "f?Mareb, 1l7&.
Tho eighth wonder of the World has
been found in Georgia. The discoverer
is a physician of loilg experience, exton
sivo observation and ))rofound judgment
and his discovery has proven such a
blessing to woman, that it is already
known throughout the country as
'!Woman's Best Friend." With remarka
blo quickness and certainty it cures all
cases of suppressod menstruation, acute
or chronic, and restores health in every
instance. 'Dr. J. Bradfield's Female
Regulator supplies a remedy long needed
in the treatment of diseases peculiar to
I woman. This the Medical Faculty knows
and admits, while many of our best
physicaiuns aro using it in daily practice.
Tho ledicit;e is prepared with great
care, by Dr. J. '.3radtield. Atlanta, Ga.,
and sold at $1.50 per bottle by Dr. W. E.
Aiken. march 10-2w
B Y virtue of sundry executions to me
directed, I will offer for salo, before
the court-hou"e door, in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in April next, within
he legal hours pf sale, to the highest
bidder for cASH, the following described
prcpety, to wit:
Eighty bushels .of cor4, .typ hundred
pounds of hay, eight hundred pounds of
fodder, three hundred bushels of cotton
scod, all more or lebs, and one four-horse
wagon-all the property of William D.
Aiken, at tho suit of t4lo Wippsborq
National Bank and others.
One hundred bushols of corn, two
thousand five hundred pounds of
fodder, six hundred bushels of cotton
seed, all more or less, one gin-hea%l and
three wagons-alI as the property of
John S. Cathcart, at the suit of D. R.
S. W. RUFF,
Sherift"s Office, S. F. C
Winnsboro, S. C.,
March 13, 1878.
mar 16-x2t 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Court of Uotrnom o Pleas.
Sarah P. Hal., Plaintiff, against Owen
as surviving partner of 0.
Smith & Co., Defendant.-SuMMots.
To the Defendant:
-l'UJ are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the office
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
said county, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the sub.
scriber at his office, Nos. 1 and 9, Market
Street, Winnsboro, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this notion will
apply to the Court ffr the xelief demand
ed ip the complaint.
Dated 4th February, A. D. 1878.
JAS. H. RIO1N,
To the Defendant:
TAKE NOTIos that the suNugpons in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
ws tiled in the oflco of the Clerk of Court
at Winuboro, in the County of Fairfold,
in the State of South Carolina, on the
25thl day of February, 1878.
2.th February, 1818.
JAS. H. ItION,
feb 26-xlaww Wininsboro,. .sc.
th li an cmet wth hewrl. hold,
Superb Intrumients from Reliable Makers at
F"aetory Itates. Every man his own agent.
Ilottom Prices to all. New Pianos, $135, $6
$179. New Organs, $40, $501, $67. Six years
guarantee. Fifteen days trial. Maker's ntamo
en all in.strumnents. Square dealing, the honest
truth, and Ve.st, bargains in the U. 8. From $50
.to $lu0 actually saved in buying from LiJ N
& HA TES' Southern Wholesale P1(an1 anii.Qg
Depot., Savannah, Ga. 'iar 1 im
DEMO0RA110 -00INTY CLUB,
Ameeting of the Fairfield County
Democratic club, will be held on the
fifth Saturday in March. The Club wvHl
be composed, as heretofore, of five dele
gates from each local or subordinate club.
The purpose .of the pnoetigg .ip de
co.isiderationi of such measures as gl}~,
place our county organization .in accord
wvith the form presented by the .State
Democratic Convention of August, 1876l,
and also of such rules and regulations
for tihe government of our county organi
zation as wvill secure its fullest support
of its owvn nominations, guard it against
the dangers of discord and internail dis
sensions, fril its tanks and streng then its
lines for the campaign en which .it Is
ab.out to ontes-.
These proitminatry steps, wisely and
deliberately taken, will place our party
in the strongest position possieo to us,
and -.enable us to aidopt ,promptly any
course that the emergencies of the cam
paign LJay require.
march trattad County Chairman.
~IHE~ entire stook of Furniture, Mat
tresses, Window Shades, Baby Cairliages,
,eto., will be sold at greatly reduced
~prices,.from this tgay, reprdlegg .gf ges
4t 40Mou a -
W E have just received a now and
pretty assortment of
The styles are new and pretty and the
prices will suit the times. Call and
look at thetn: they wall bear the clgspsl
inupection, and we take pleasurQ jn
showing them. lVill reoeive in a few
days a full assortment of all goods in out
MCMASTER & BRICE.
S ARSAPARILLA with Iodide of P0.
tassa, Liver Pills, Anise Soothing
Drops, Extract of Buclun, Cattle Powders,
Cough Candy, Cherry Pectoral, Brown'e
Cough Mlixttxro, Arnica Lini;uent, Es:
Renec of Ginger, Elixir of Grindelia fot
Asthma, Worni Lozenges. Hair Restorer,
Essence of Lemon, Too.th Powders, &c.
Those Mediejnes will commend thepi;
selves tQ physicians and to 'those persons
who desire to know what they are swal
lowing, since the recipe of each is printed
upon its label.
FoR SALE nY
McMASTER & BRICE.
a AM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
)oap, Starch, Bagging
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard--in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Qat, er a4 33arley, Tails,
Trace Chains, 1prse ad Jg
shoes, Axle Greese, White Wige and
fn All goods delivprae withir
Fr.esh .Chees,e and .Maccaronj~
New Buckwhseat Flour.
.Choice pew crqp New Orkaaii
New Macker,el ip. kits, j and
D. R. FLENNIKEN.
W. G. ROCHE
IEAS removed to.the ste 4next .t.n.th
post-office, where be willibe glad to re
celve his friends and customers.
A lull line of Samples will be kept or
band, from which oustomera may make
selections. Ho now has the fi,pea.t line .o
French and English goods .ye.r brough
to this in,rkest..
>He insluo pr.e.pared .to .cut or to .mhaki
up jgoods-for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds .repa&i,rd ai
p,* Cleaning a specialty..
Thankful to the public for past pgtron
age, he solieits a gentinuance of th<
game, and guarantees satisfAction.
sept 18 W. G. RIOCHE.
D3OOT Al)D SgIQE MAKER,
W E are now ,eooiving , plendid
180 pieces Prints.
10 " Cambries,
10 " Crotonos.
A fine lot of Wash Poplius, beautiful
lino of w1itq and figurod Coe ognia[
Bleached Homespas, Srsuokor, Cottoq
Diaper, 'Tabi, Linon anl 'Damask,
and the prettiest assoFrnent Table
Cloths aid Dfylles to niatoh
in tho market, and many
other goods which
please call and
A full line of Straw, P.plt and WRq}
We have always taken a pride in our
Shoe department. We can now say that
we have the most complete stook of
sloes oyo bzQugLd to this market, a
QIVIE VS 4 04pp.,,
FRSB ,I LSI
9 - .
J. O. BOAG'S,
FRESH and warited Garden Seey'
at five copts per paper, which sol~
last year at 10 cents or 3 for 25,ents.
Very best choice Seed and eating Potatoes
Family Flour, Meal, Grist, Blacon,
Lard, Rice, Cigars, Tobacco, Can.
dies, AssortIpent .of Fancy
gakes and Crackers,
Maokere!, Dried Hei
All of which will lbe sold .as ,low as the
lowest for cash.
The stook etf Dry Qopds, agoh s Dornes
tics, Cali'coes, Dress Goods,
Shawls, Furs, Mili-'
yg.lbe egIlg yery Jo.w,to olecer them out..
L (Cal oop and see fpr yourselves.
You, w)ll alyrays Sgd a Lull -line of
Notigns, Butto.ns, ~runi,ngs, Ar,., and ~
'ancy Goods, 'kep 'at te' '
Dry Goods, f?ancy Goods an4
* In fact yo.n cap ggt al,mos5t anything .
you want that 'is fn the Grodery, Drf
Goods, Fancy Gogde, ' otion or Mi}linery
All' knowing them,iolves tndebted te
mse wAll pAease como (exyWard and settle
up at once, as thid ,i'a hard year and [
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Mitsuffrer tmnthis disease that are an.
100a t~ e cr4shoul4tyD E18N
a rs re enkncew tha