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CHANGE OF SonEDULE.--Tllo follow
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going South. Going North.
Leavo 1lackstock, 3. 15, x. ir. 12. 15, r. St.
" Winnsboro, 4.0., P. Dr. 11.26, A. M.
" idgeway, 4.38, r m. 10.52, A. M.
Going south. Going North.
Leave llackstock. 12.31, A. M. 2.03, A. M. I
"VWiansboro, 1.14, A. U. 1.14, A. at
"Ridgoway, 1 .40, A. M. 12.36, A. M.
Hard3waro, &c,-J. M. Beaty.
Masonic Me,oting--G. B. Mc
Fairfield Fire Engine Company
-E. S. Chandler, Secretary.
Professor S. txossley, a man with
no arms, will give an exhibition at
this place on Monday next. Further
particulars in next issue.
The Fairfield Fire Engine Com
pany is ordered out for parade this
afternoon at half past four o'clock.
A full turnout of the members is
Your life is in danger when you
allow a severe cough or cold to go
unchecked. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup is a cheap, harmless and
reliable remedy. *
Mr. Jno. A. Desportes, of Ridge
way, is the duly authorized agent of
Tis NEws AND HERALD, and all
moneys due this office, whether for
subscriptions, advertisement-, or
job work, may be paid over to him.
W\ANTEn-An agent in every town
ship in Fairfeld county, to solicit
subscriptions to TII ,NEws AND
HERALD. We intend this year to
make TUE NEWS AND HERALD in every
way a better newspaper than it has
over yet been. Especially shall it
be our aimu to furnish in its columns
a complete map of the field of poli
tics-county, State and general.
We are prparled to ol'er induce
ments to any partie:; who will tnn
dortake the work of canvassing. and
we hope soon to hear from several
R. U. MUSIKAL--If not, why not?
If so, remit $1.25 subscription to
the Southern Musical Journal and
get as a Premium $1.00 worth of
Shet Music of your own selection
from the largest stock South, and
also a Premium Ticket in the Granu
Premium Drawing for a superb
$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'
afford to be without it. Try it one
* year and you wvill want it for a life
time. Specimen copy for a 8 cent
* stamp. Published at LuddLen &
Bates' Southern Music House,
Savannah, Ga. *n 1m
* PRINCE MARTIN IN TRoUBLE.-The
* bigamous Prince, our former rep
resentative (?) in the lower branch
of the Legislature, has got into a
newv trouble. Some time ago he
bought a watch from Mr. B.
j Visanska, of Columbia, paying for
*\ it part in cash and giving for the
* balance an order on the Clerk of
the House. Afterwards he wvent to
the Clerk and instructed him not to
pay the order, and payment was
accordingly refu sod. Then Prince
was indicted for obtaining goods by
false p)retonses. The ease was tried,
at Columbia, Tuesday, and Prince
was convicted. On Wednesday he
p was sentenced by Juage Shaw to
Spay a fine of fifty dollars and costs,
and to be imprisoned for three
months in the Richland county jail.
T oor Prmnce I
THE FENcE LAw.--The following
is the full text of "An Act to Alter
the Lawv on the Subject of Fences
in Certain Townships in the County
SEcTION 1. BA it enactd by the
Senate and House of Representa
tives of the State of South Carolina,
now met and sitting in General
~2 Assembly, and by the authority of
y the same, That from and after the
1st day of January, A. D. 1878, all
laws now existing in regard to the
erection and maintenance of fences
shall be null and void in the follow
ing named townships in the County
of Fairfleld, to wit: In townships
Nos. 8, 5, 11 and 12. And it shall
manager of any horse, mule, ass,
goet, swine, sheep, goat or neat
cattle of '" descripti;' to permit
Ehe said aiimals or any of them to
run at large beyond the limits of
their own lands in said townshii.
SEc. 2. The provisions of See
[ions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of an Act
3ntitled "An Act to authorizo Conn..
by Commissioners to submit to tho
:lualified electors of their sevoral
ounties a proposition to alter the
fence laws and to provide for
3fteetuating the same" shall apply
to the townships above named as
fully as if they had adopted the
mid Act in the manner provided.
TIHE PUBLIC 8HIIOOLS.
A Circular from Superintendent
Captain Thompson has issued the
following circular letter to the
school commissioners of the sovoral
ounties. Their attention is par
:icularly directed to the third
)FFICE OF STATE SUP'T. OF EDUC'N.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 27, 1878.
To the School Comnmissioner of
Sin : The act to amend the school
aw, passed at the recent session of
he Legislature, will be printed as
;peedily as possible and copies will
)O furnished tho several county
school commissioners. It will not
>e possible in a circular to indicate
he changes of the law. No altera
ions have, however, been made
vhich will interfere with the man.
igement of the free public schools
low in operation. The law pro
rides that the school commissioners
ball be paid out of the school fund
n the respective counties. The
;alaries for this year cannot, there
ore, be paid until the taxes are
In answer to many inquiries on
his subject, I would state that, no
set has been passed to prohibit
'ounty school commissioners from
pproving teachers' pay certificates
t the expiration of each month, as
ow provided by law.
I would advise you to urge the
eachers in your county not to sell
their certificates for less than their
ace value. As soon as the taxes
Wr collected the teachers will be
aid in full for all work done during
his fiscal year, if the boards of trus.
;ces have observed the caution given
n my circular of December 24th,
l877, and have not made contracts
n excess of the School Fund. I
sould request that you make every
>ossible effort to secure the teachers
igain,t loss by advising them to
iold their certificates until they can
3e paid at the County Treasury.
Acts have been passed authorizing
~ho levying of a special tax to p-iy
afst due claims in sev'eral counties
>f the State, but no general law on
his subject has been enacted. Act
~o. 4165, to provide for the pay.
nent of the p2st due sch~ool claims,
ippr'oved March 3, 1874, has ba n
epealed, and a joint resoluti n
ns bel)en passe~d, directing trat
LIl 1nexpended balances of il:e'
School Fund shlall be applied to
meet the school expenses of this
fiscal year, except in thlose counties
n whIich tile payment of past due
school claims has been provided for
by special acts.
I would advise that no furthuer
p)ayments, except for school claims
>f the current year, be made until
you can obtain a copy of the acte
passed by the Legislature at its last
session. Very respetfully,
HLUan S. Tiroursos,
SState Supt. of Education, S. C.
Wlinsboro Lodge', No. 11, A. F. M.
T'H1E re gular monthly communication
of this Lodge will be lheld this evening
it 7& o'clock:.
0. 13. McCANTS,
april 11 Se'ctary.
Attentiont I Fair'fieid ire Eniginue
A ACEnDLE a yourEngiouos
ths(Thursday) evening at four and
a half o'clock. in flWierUniform,
for dress parade.
E. 8. ChIANDLER,
april 11 Secretary.
THE undersigned bogs leave to in
fernm his friends and customers and the
publie generally that he has removed to
the ceommodious and centrally located
stere formerly occupiled by James R.
Aiken, where may always be found a full
and well selected stock of Groceries
Provisions, WVines and Liquors.
.W" Highest Prices paid for Cotton.
feb 7-tf R. J.4 McCARLEY.
NOTICE TO TRESSPASSERS.
R1~OM and after this date, all persons
.are prohibited from hunting, fishing
or in any way tresppssing upontl my pIau..
tation. Those disregarding this notice,
most take the consequences-as the law
will be enforced to its fullest extent.
anr?Il 2-t f ra Ugemm,e. 0r.
Great Merit In A'inalo )iseases.
STA-r (11 F 15i-t<. A, TlrOuph ('o.
This is to certif'y that I have exainiie
the recila' o; I)r. 1osiahl 1irmaclliol, and,
aIs a i cclical 11111, p ronOuneI it, to be a
colabitation of Imeadi-i'es o'f gre:tt merit
in the treatmleit o' all Fkin1 diseases of
felnnalos for which hio reeom:uends it.
WM1. P. BEASE1E., t . ).
This December 21, 1808. april 2-2w
J. E. Ader&Co.,
137 and 139 MLetting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
IIARDWARE, Cutlery, Guns, Sad
dilery, Bar Iron and Plow Steel, Oucum
Agents for South Carolina for the
Patent Steel Barb Fencing, and the
celebrated Farmer's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at reduc.d prices.
Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Large assortment of Agricultural Tm
plements. Agrinultural Steels a specialty.
1mull Tong es, Turn Shovels, Scooters,
Sweeps, !lcel Bolts, also, rough steel
State Agents Tredegar Horse and Mule
_ All orders shall receive prompt
and careful nttention.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
137 and 139 Meeting Street,
deo 16- Charleston, S. C
Best is Oheapest
NEW WILLOOX T GIBBS
Silent Sewinq Machine,
Latest Invention, Producing Marvelous
Its surpassing merit places it beyond all com
petitIot, and Iakes it the cheapest, notwith
standing the large inducements offered by
sellers of noisy, hard-running, troublesome, two
ti read, tensin c.rahines.
Only Machine in the World witi
Automatic Features, and
withi no Tension to
Write by Postal Card for Price List, List
of ()itices, &c.
WVI 1Lt OX & GI13iS S. M. CO
(Cor. Bond St.) 058 Broadway, N. Y
WATERS' ORCHESTRION aimes ORGAW
is thme iuont bennia'ulin
stvlo and1( perfect ini to
ne ever naeide. It ha
6 S thecelebrnted Concer
toso,which is a fiue
- isnttioni of the llnian
Voice!, and two nudie a
- half Octaves of hells
tuned ini perfect lhar
mano,y wvith the ree- ,,
- andltheir clect is ning.
I NA, (hECIJEST1RAI,,
* CONCEltTO. VESP.
ER,CENTENNIAL CflII lE, C IIAPEL, and
SOTTAIIE 01WANM, in UJnkrue French On
ses conmbino PUL R IT Y of V(IN(a with grent
ARE TiNE JIEST DEIADEl: theTone,TIouch,
Workmanshaip, and Diurabilit y Unsurpmsed.
Warrnnted for SIX YEAlIS.
PI'lICES E X TItEMIELY IIWfor eneh.Mton
thly Inst nilments rece)ived. 3 nstrsnenlts to
let until paid for ns per contract. A Leiberal
D)isecount to Tra-kern.Ministers,ChucheS chaoote, etc.
AGENTS WA NTEID. SpeeNilinduccanenfte
to thme trade.llnstrnted ('ntaloanen MIled.
Second-hiande Instrumhents at 0 IIEATI DAlte
GAINS.. IIO1ACE WATERS & SONS,
Manufaeturers and D)ealers,
,40OEAST 3 4thhiT.,UNION SQUAR E,M.Yg
PElItMAN ENTLY CURtED-NO HU M BUO
hy 'one mont.h's usage or DiI. OOUI.AltD8S'
Celebrated Ialillti FIlT POWDE)l(1(. To coin
i'iuco sufferers that, t hese po)wers will tdo al
we claim for them, weowill send them by manil
ps,pald,a FREI EI'IA L, IOX. As D)r. Ooulanrd
ithe only physician that has ever made this
diese iseclal sItidy, and( as to our kntowledge
thosans hvebeen P'ERM ANENTLIY CUllED
by the use0 of these POWD)El(8, we will guaran
tee a permanent cure in eve.ry ease, or refund
you all money e'xpenided. Alt sufferers should
give these Powders an early trial, and be con
vinced of their curatIve powers.
Prtice, for large box, $.00t, or four boxes for
$To.eo, sent by mai to any part, of the United
States or Canada on receipt 01 prIce, or by ex
press, C. 0. DI. Address,
dec 25-ly 800 Fulton St., Br ooklyn, N. Y
All sufferers from this disease that are anx
tius to be ece should t.ry DR. KISSNElt'8
Celebrated Constumptive POWDE)(11. 'These
Powders are the only preparation knowna t.hat
will cure CON8UMP"ITION and all dIseases of
tihe TIIOAT and LUNOS-indeed, so st.rong is
our faiith in them, and also to convinldo you that
they are no humbug, we will for'ward to every
sufferer by mall. posi. paid, a FREtlE T'IJA L BOX.
WVo don't want your money until, you are
perfectly satisfied of theIr curative powers. If
your life is wvorthisaving. don't delay in gIvIng
these POWDEIW a trial, as they will surely
Price, for large box, $3.00, sent to any part of
tho United States or Canada, by mail, on re
ceipt of price. Address,
ASH & RORRJINS,
de 95-xly s60 Fulton St., Breolyn, N. Y.
Iceo! Zoo! Ice
7? HE Columbia Ice House is now open
for the season, and prepared to soll
nattural Ice at from 1 to 1X cents per
pound, according to quantity. Thir, ice
is far preferable toany manufaetured by
ohm M5~ . B. BATEMAN7, Agent,
apri 9iawSw Cotemida. oi. CI.
W. G. ROCHE
1IAs removed to the store next to the
post-oflico, whore he will be glad to re
coivo his friends and customers.
A full line of Samples will be kept on
hand, from which customers may mako
selections. lie now has the finest line of
French and English goods over brought
to this market.
He is also prepared to cut or to mak
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
y. Cleaning a specialty.
Thankful to the public for past patron
ago, he solicits a continuance of the
same, and guarantees satisfaction.
sopt 18 W. 0. ROOME.
1ARk ** c.se "'
raD. JULY 26. 1811.
wE CLAIM FOn TnE IMPROVED
The follo-ving specific points of supe
J-Great simplicity In Con
t ruct ion.
3--Exceedinugly Light Ruun
4-Still Rumaning. Noiseless.
P--Pcrforms il Varietles of
G---lUeauty of Finish and
'7--GitEA' REDUCTION IN
Single Machines sent on orders direct
from the Factory, written guaranteo with
WHY PAY OLD PRICES!
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Tihe Whilntey MPg. Co.,
T[ho Moat Popular Scientiflc Paper in the
Only $3.20 a Year, Inoluding Postage.
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tents, and have the largest establishment
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tree. A special notice is madoe in the
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March su-tIr CIIALIESTON, S. 0.
SPRING HAS COME,
New Style Goods
TUST ARRIV ED, including, all the
e novelties of the season, at the Winns-.
boro Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin
cero thanks to her friends and the public
generally for the past patronage, solici
ting a continuance of the same. She will
endeavor as heretofore and is determined
to please the mtost fastidious.
Millinery and Fancy Goode Stock is
complete, French Pattern lHats, trimmed
and untriimed, Straw 1-ate and Bonnets,
Sun Hats and Sailors, liibbons, Silks,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Illusions, Neck
Ties, Rtullling, Linen and Lace Sotts,
H-and kerchiefs, Corsets, Gloves, Buttons,
Second lot of Spring Calicoes, also a nice
lot of Dress Goods, Mohairs, Alpacas,
Japanese Silks, Wash P'oplins,
and other nice Materials and
Trimmings. Call and
see, Ladies, for your
A large lot of Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, Gents' end Boeys' Fur
and Straw Hats, fine and course.
A choice lot of F3amily Grocerios, Can
dIes, Cakes, Mackerel. Tobacco. Cigars,
Kerosene Oil, Un rd ware, Woodenware,
Tinware, Crockery, &c.
A quantity of Lumber for sale low for
maroh 80 J. 0. BOAG.
IAM~ RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging.
and Ties, Bacon,
.Lard-in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Greese, White Wine and
Fresh Cheese and Maccaroni
New Buckwheat Flour.
Choice new . crop New Orleans
New Mackerel in kite, t and }
*6ir All goods delivered witlbin
D. R. FLENNIKEN.