Newspaper Page Text
CHANuE Or SOIEDULE.--The follow
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going South. Going North.
Leave Blaokstook, 3.15, P. s. .2.15, P. H.
Winnsboro, 4.02, P. ai. 11.26, A. nr.
Ridgoway, 4.38, P H. 10.82, A. M.
Going South. Going North,
Leave 1aokstook. 12.31, A. H. 2.03, A. H.
" Wi.Ansboro, 1.14, A. M. 1.14, A. M.
Ridgeway, 1.49, . at. 12,30, A. U.
Vegtine-H. R. Stevens.
Ice ! Ice ! Ice !--M. B. Bateman.
Notice to Trespassers--Hampton
DrTAi, NOTICE.-Dr. Simpson will
be plofessionally absent for ten
days--until April 4th. *
Merchants and others desiring
agricultural lions can have the
same neatly and cheaply printed at
the office of THE NEWs AND .HERALD
The diseases of Babyhood are so
rapidly weakening that the quickest
means should be used to check
them. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is
the unfailing remedy for these con,
plaints. Price 25 cents. *
Mr. Jno. A. Desportes, of Ridge
way, is the duly authorized agent of
THE NEwS AND HERALD, and all
moneys due this ofide. whether for
subscriptions, advertisement", or
job work, may be paid over to him.
NEW SPIUNO SToCs.-Within the
past few days, several of our mer
chants have opened out new spring
stocks, which the pnblic would do
well to examine. i,rssrs. McMaster
& Brice, J..0. bo,ag and J. F. Mc
Master & Co. have received full and
varied stocks in their respective
lino3 of business. Read their ad
vertisornonts, and then give them a
Ridgeoway h ad a he tto Inunicipal
election, the candidates for intend
ant being Messrs. T. E. Cloud and
Dr. R. H. Edmund . and two tick
ets for wardens. Mr. Cloud was
elected by one vote, and Messrs.
W. J. D.avis and W. McQuatters were
le tod wardens on his ticket by
the same n njrity. For the other
two wardens there was a tie. An
ae'ection to comle)?Cto t:c counvil w.il
be bel on Fid.ty.
Attention is directed to the ad--.
vertisenment of Mr. J. M. Beaty,
who has just taken possession of
that commodious and well arranged
store on Congress Btreet, formerly
occu~pied. by Blacot & Co. Mt.
B3eaty has n~'v in store a new,
choice and well selected stock of
dry goods, groceries, fancy goods,
etc, and is prepared to p)lease any
and all who will fLvor him by call
ing and inspecting his goods. We
bespeak for him a liberal share of
'the public patronage.
Tus TOWN EcTioN.-A beated
contest took place Monday over
'the Municipal Council. The two
tickets received the following vote
A. P. Miller. ... ... ... ...112.
John J. Neil. .......... 103.
R. J. Mc.Cariev.. .. .. .. ..14.
U. G. Desp:n ties'..,. . . ...190.
Jameiis A. rJieo,...,,...119.
F. Elder... .........110.
T. R Rtobertson.........106.
J. F. McMastir...... ...105.
Scattering.. ... . .... . . .. ..16
- Wn'rED--An agent feieery town
slup in FairfildrenaoQnty, to solicit
subscriptions.a to, ThE News A ND
HEnAra. We -intend this year 't'o'
manko TnE NEWS AND HEnr1LD in eyet y
way a better neOwspLper than it has
ever yet -1boen. Napecially shall it
~ be our aim to furnish in its cohirpns
a comletemap of the fiel1l of polE.
tIie--douiity, State and general.
WV 4p aiY pr0rnand .: o vuffr Induce
nits to ainy pyutye w6 wnill un..
4erstke the Work f OatwL ung, And
Shet Music of your ow- selection
from the Jtrgoot sttook Sou'.h, aucd
also a Proluu Ticket in the Grand
Promunimn Drawibg for a cttperb
$800 Piano, which will Jo 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'
afford to be without it. Try it one
year and you will want it for a life
time. Specimen copy for a 3 cent
stamp. Published at Ludden &
Bates' Southern Music House,
Savannah, Ga. *II 1m1
Tin NEWS AND CoURIER.-It iR
scarcely necessary to say a word
for this excellent newspaper, the
advertisement of which appears in
another part of this issue. The
News and (lCourier has established
all over South Carolina a reputation
far beyond the necessity of recon,
mendation. As a news journal it
has no equal in the South, and its
political views are in full keeping
with those of the Democracy of
South Carolina. No paper did
better work for Hampton and IToto
Rule in 1876, and there is every
reason to believe that, with in
creased facilities and inore extend..
ed influence, it vill this year be
even more readable and accept.tblo
than ever before. As will be seen
from the advertisement, special
rates for the campaign are offered
by the publishers.
HOMECIDE AT BLYTHEWOOD.-On
Friday evening, Mr. John M. Hogan,
living near 31ythewood, was shot by
William Boyle, a step-son. He died
that right. Mr. Boyle delivored
himself to the sheriff. The c:rcumu.
stances, as related by several gentle
men of the neighborhood are as
follows : Hogan was repute 1 to
have maltreated his wife and step
children,- having ben incarcera ted
in jail by Trial Justico .l kin on
one occasion for injury to the for
mor. His two step-sons left his
house sone timo since. Their
sister left about two weeks ago.
On Friday she sent her brothers to
Hogan's place for a cow which it
is allegecd b3lon ye: to her.
Hogan ordered them to let the cow
alone and leave. On their refus.d to
comply, he advanced upon them with
an open knife, throatoning to kill
thuii. After retreatiig and being
p i.suod someit dist.mee, the older
b>-, Willi.im, aged ninete'en, lire]
n on his assa~iil mn t inflicting a n.t1.
tal wound. The sympathy of the
emJllmunfity is said to be with the
defeinlant, as the killing was in se,i
OT.I.CE TO TIR s. 3 :EI s.
RO:M antd after t'Li date, all p)ersonn
are pro.hibitedI Iroi:, hun ting1, lishaini
or im any waiy tresNpass4ingI i )1 upnmy pimn.
tation. Those diasr garding Ltis notice
moat take the consequences-as thei law
wvill be enforced to its fullest e-xtent.
april 2-t IxS Ridgewaay, I. C,
IHE Colunnhia Ice Hfenso is now op:n~
naturial Ice nt rom 1 to J6 cont-4 le
uta, accordinag to quanIJtily. 'iThn,ic
is far pr-eferaleo to any antfaot 1 red b.,
ue cavul proOe- H.
-M. 1. IIATEMA N. Agent,
amUe 2 haw3 v --c.i o n,ii, -a (a
T*TAL ABTINENCE Saili WiNES TILL IT
There is a curlious story about some native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa..
days, and have only recently boeen put upon
the market. Dr. Underhill, the well-known
grape-grower of Croton Point, died In r87r.
Some of his heirs entertained temperance
views of such extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be made.
The grapes have sometimes boon sent to
market, and songetimes left to decay upon
the vines. It is onlyunow that the other heirs
hescced in aragng or a settl9e e
ha~ d.Ampng thesois a wine of the v.inta~ e1
but suggesting tha .imperial Tokcay more
than any other European wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growth. Its purity age and mellowness are
rei-akable, ends oth physicians and &Ivne
fan iers have a speciar inlterest in it as the
eld*t native wine now aceessibie in any cofi
id'ble quantity. Th~e whole stock is In the
1 if1d othe Wvel-known wholesale groe
ligeof the Thurbers-.MY. 2d,Verng
Not, .rp, g;7,
TImdabes speaksero itself, but we would
add fhat this is the pure juice of the grape,
petther //s, no tstahadt that it
be 1?ca lened and unellowed by age, and
for rokon*lor sbaqratpenial purp'oses It is,
i.PE LU4 !A OTIC!iS. r
UIr'eat Merit In F('il;tle fisollses. I
ST'ArJ'; ov (Gr.sl;1.1, Troup C'o.
TThis is to c'tit'y thti I i1 vte examined
the rc.eilpe of Dr. .J..'ilth I t td 11, Iand,
as a: amdical iAn-, probnltt '-(' to lie a
combination of me.licip a o; groat merit
in the treatment of all skin dlis-".-:q of
females for which he i.e>immends it.
W1'M. I.'."R I3:tlL", ., ,I).
This December 21, 18318. april 2-2w i
1ereby ll the attention of my friends
an1d the plblic genterally to my Stock of
New Goods recently oponed at the stand
form,.rly occup ivi by ligcot & Co., and
cor,lial|y it'vito all to cnll. My stock
*misi in part of the follo'w ing
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Prin.ta, Long Cloth, Blenched and Un
bleaolchl Ilomsp'tn, Pine an,1 -o avy
Jeans, Plaid, Cottontle, Larlics'
lttil 041nts' Hosiery, H.ind.
keret.i('. , eiatu's and
Clar's Spool Th read,
Nec,llos. Y arn, &c.
Sug ar, Co.l'.'o. Tu 1, Iti.'(, P.,pper S ice,
(u'g.r, Nlt:leegs, So h, -tar'b,
O.H tJ. I)Il ': 11. .1ilAlrd, Il:alis,
lil se , l'loi I, N cal,
(-friist, -a,t. &tc,.
I nlso have a soleet stock of t'hewing
1N1u t inol.ing Tobaoco, Cigari' , Cigurlttel
andu Pipes lat the lowest
J. 11. I3EATY.
01T I "U AA IAGN~
I HAMPTON AND IEOME RULE
A LIVE A ) F LESS
D)EMOCR A T' IC ..',WSiPA PEIR.
Lrgst ('iIeultion n Cie City.
1.nrgest Ciric l0ati(1 inl tie State.
Largest Cireuulation in tau Cutton States.
ALL 'lII: N!"'S A "OUT O"'i CA 1It.INA.
AL:. :!:: N!.> . \S 'T'II'l': SoUIrIil.
Al... F:.. N1 F:u1 1E :i i iltE.
PillT 'Ed Iiifil(d Dlellicvey
UNfOX ! J1'SrICI / I! EU AI 1(15T8!
nil'" z' -!' t :ie ai t l. tlere.;to elirte.
II. tLta; Wi h-.y to in 1111 ( 1p.1
we I t! I bt il-,:h-nIIp VOII:1 ofh - e
tltj j00o.r ci. te. i nn
suliy p11; 00, i~~j' t in n t.ixer or
Uoducd I~taa .r tha Cif maes,
-'iEN.s . o'l 7., will dirt et
s-'ii; N : . frA '. (i ty to I tv, It-V . ilti
i won lto.........,...ul ...2an l
oni TopaeI', e i h teraho
evritilyi or i r i'0o Iex-c t.In ontest we1' I
havedet.inin' ": ilit)'i tO Iitl 8ilb1.ber
te R ullm 4 &P I'ONn;aowitor
TMarNEch N1)L C Cl,-tLEl do,8..
Tit'li d A : 'tp t' wit.;'1,'''' uru - e S
Aluhj.rl 1) :' " inr a. rot v i(JiC al- te 01'-n M t
l'OR ( . riIAIL 8 '~1I ONL. $i' e 31.4
' allt; r .tt . F t : . tli m3 l i accolkfi-.lI tiJ'
All u h .tlle re lo lt iJto afd 1rlin swellite
11to i c 00i yey i'ilignt vo i. iJ8n1te t-to
willtri ( -t-0 U08'IlNatifitESTON,.e o
porfoe''d saml comti f1101 wihi pOri. i,:M
301.'. lIewI r u s, -i Lo n. do,nSt . deay I yei r.
'lIies. F)I)E,--. alae trial. tcywillersimey
Put , sarb.e- box $11l01. spt Oto n p rof
'ote )It(l..t Cti;l 014, y ni1e ot:re,.,j
A A1 8011 & hOleU Iino .ml rgI
N ONC"' PTION t
.pit,'. .E goo:. E
: havo .just received a now and
V rett y assortment of
The styles are new and pretty and the
p lrices nill suit the times. ('all nud
ook at thou: they will bear the closest
inl+peetion, and we take pleasuro in
showing them. 1 ill receive in a few
days a full assortment of all goods in our
McMASTER & BRICE.
AlSAPARITLLA with Iodide of Po
L inssa, Liver Pills, Anise Soothing
Drops Extact of iichu, Cattle Powders,
Soulgh Cad1141y, Cherry Pectoral. Brown's
Congh Mi:xt'lro, Arnli'"t LiniiUent, Es
s111eir of Gin-er, 1lixir of Grindelia for
Asthma, Wormn Lozengcs. Hjiir Re'storor,
Essence of Lemon, Tooth Powders, &.
The'1 - ed leines will commend them
alve's to ph ysicintls and to those persons
who desirn to know what they aro swal
lowing, since the recipe of each is pri'tpd
lpon its label.
rOn sALS; DY
MCMASTER & BRICE.
IAM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrintps, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard-in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace 'Cliains, Horso and Mule
Shoes, Axle Greese, White Wine and
u&' All goods delivered within
F"reshi eheoso and Maccaroni
New Bucwkwheat Flour.
Chion- new crop New Orleans
Newv Mackcl in kits, + and i
W. G. IROCHE,
hAS remov"ed to the store r.ext to the
p-iflico,he where lhe wvill be glad to re
eeive his friendsi and customers.
A (fu1l line of Samiples will be kept on
handI', f'rom wvheh customers maiy make
select.ions 11e now)~~ has the finest line of'
F.'reneh and English goode ever brought
to this miarket,
II is also prtepared to ciit or to mak
inl goods for those who desire.
Garumonih of all kinda repaired and
AD Cleaning a specialty,
Thank;ful to the pufblie for pnst patron
ago. he solicits a continuance of the
sam te, andc guiaran tees satisfaction.
sept 18 -W. G. ROUIE.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNSDoRio, 8 . O
E are now receiving a sp-londid
160 piooes Printa.
10 " CambrioA,
10 * Crotones,
A finn lot of Wash Poplins, beautifgl
line of white and figured Contonnii
Blaohod Homespuns, Sursuolters, Cotton
Diaper, Table Linen and Damask,
and the prettletassortment Table
Cloths and Doylies to match
in the market, and many
other goods whipli
pleaso call and
A full line of Straw, Felt and Wool
We have always taken a pride' in onr
hoe department. We can now say that
we have the most complete stock of
uhoes ever brought to this market.
GIVE US A. CALL.
T DE C AR.ESTON
THE DE MOCRATIC
PUBLISHED IN -OIIARLESTON,
Official Journal of the city.
OHEAPEST DAILY NEWSPAPR
PUB3LISHED IN THE -
SO UTJJ ATLANTIG STA TES,
ONE YEAn, by Mail,,..,..,,.,,.,,$8.
TnI-WEEKLY, per Arnum , , ,,,,,$4.
North and South Carolina, Georgia,
Florida and Alabama.
PUIBLIsHED DY THU
Chairleston Publishing Company.
A Democratic paper owned hy the poo.
ple and published in their interest,
The latest news by mil and telegraph
from all quair ters of theo Globe.
.S SU3S0IG1BE AT ONCE. 'er
COME AND' SEE?
100 pieces Spring and Siumme~
10Prieces, just arrived.
100pieesSpring and Summen
Prints, just arrived,
100 pieces Spring and Summier
Prints, just arrived.
100 pieces Spring and Sum:pet
Prints, just arrived
at, J. F. McMASTER & CO$
Centennial Stripe Pique.
'Centennial Stripe Piqup.
Blenebed and timblpaced Homo.
spuns, Drills, Osanaburgs, etc.
.Just received at C.8
J. F. McMASTER & 0.S
Spring an~d Summet~ QOnier
fromi the Obatlotteille Wo4t
Juut arrived at
,L P McMASTE1B & OO, ~