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CHANGr tiF S;HEDULF:.--The followi
ig is the schedule of the Charlotte,
C1ohimbia and Augusta Railroad :
Going South. Going North.
?eave I3laokstodk, 3.15, r . t'2. 1s, p. M.
"\Wiiinsltoro, 4.02, r. ri. 11. . . u
itidgoway, 4.38, iV Mz. 10.02; a. it.
Goiig fduth. . oirig No-tli.
kieave Ilaokstock, 12.31, A. Mi. 2.03, A. at:
Wiaisboro, 1.14, A. A. 1.14, A. A
Ridgoway, 1 .49, A. M. 12.30, A. Mt.
Associate Reformed Church-.
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. nt., and 8
. Methodist dhurch--Rov. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 P M. Sn -
day Segool at 10 o'clock. l Iau
Meeting Thursday at 8 P. Mt.
Episcopal Chutrch-.Rdv. J. Obear;
services every Sunday exept the
2nd unday of the month; at 11
o'cloc cA. ni.
Presbytoriati dhurch-Rev. 1-1
B. Pratt, 11 A. M.., and 8 i. M. Sun
Oay School 4 r. nr. Prayer Meetibg
Wednesday 8 i. ar.
No oud can develop the gi.acd of
meekness by listening to a crying
baby. Stop its fretfulness by
buring the colic with Dr. Bull's
CEDAR CREEK UiLUB.-The Cedar
Creek Democratic Club organized
last week, and elected the following
President-J. S. Gunnell.
1st Vice-President-- 1. 1. Smith.
2d Vice,PresTidhnt.J. N. Dunlap.
Secretary and Treasurer-J. W.
Ddle Lte to CJunty'Conventioh
J. A. Turkottr.
There are now fifty members on
tolled, and large accessions are ex
pected. The club will meet again
e'n the first S tur-lay in June.
AROUND Td uN.--Wheat in town
lots is turning out finely.
Buggy drives are the favorite
The town has beenl interested in
'xperiments with a telephone.
The cotton market has about
'losed till another crop is made.
The pavements and ditches are
being oleared of the weeds and grass..
Several of the street signe are
'down) and others need painting
Now is the time for some one to
invent an autopnatic fanning ma
Plums and blachberries are get
ting ripe, and physicians may exa
peot to be kept busy for a while.
Fire flies, candle moths and the
thermometer grazing the ninetics,
~prochtimn that summer is at hand.
Those candidates who have not
friends enough to nvominato theoi
-in the paper's will hardly be elected.
Mvr. Jno. J. Neil is having his
Iracidence resplastered on the out
tide, which will be quite an improve
$hooting *as 'kept op till a late
hour on Wednesday night in differ
ent portions of the towvn. What
means this ?
The Gordon Light Infantry
Ydeeived their arms and equipments
f rount the adjutant and inspector
general on Friday. Elight shoulder
CU8fl' S0 .FIE!LD GLrA SS,
*l'he New York Jferald says :
About eighteen months ago, while
~Senator Christiancy, of Michigan,
was.mn the S3outh investigating the
'election frands, be paid a visit to
* Gen Walle Hampfop, and the coi..
versation drifted io war reminia.
cences. Among other military per
sonages, General Hampton spoke of
General Custer, and ex~
pressed iis appreciation of the dead
hero in te highest terms. Senator
Christianey replied that; he was well
egupainted wvith aill of General Cue
ter s family, having kmown him from
omwn hildhood. Then General
a;mpton remarked that during the
war .some of the soldiers of his comn
m~and at the, battle .of I3randywine
~ad captured a field glass beIon~
ing to Geneda (Jusatr and giveg~ i
to hin4 and h.o .(Gen.oral Hampton)
bad used It during the last two years
of the conflict. SeneatQr Christian
ey was asked if e thiought Mrs.
lJusterwould like to have the glass.
15 Senator saidl "yes," and at once
~Ii 0f1 u et&tb enra Han
"acntirei' of General Tatptofi
.he latter sent Word that as soon
as he cotild get th3 glass brought
down from his mountain liomn' ho
would forward it, and the historic
glass is now on its way to Monroe,
Mich.i the home of Mrs. (Iuster,
where she has a large collection of
war souvenirs arrang'd in a oabi
A iroac -MaDE TELEPnroxls,
Editor Detroit -Free Press :
In your issue of March 2d, I
noticed a recipe for making a cheap
telephone, given by Prof. BaLrret in
a recent lecture on that instrumen t.
In making his instrument you uso
a bar-magnet, and haitve to go to
considdrablo trouble, for all which
you can only talk a distanco of about
a hundred yards. Now I can give a
recipe much more simple, and
when the instrument is finished you
can converse at a distance o f near
five hundred yards. Take two half
gallon (or quart) tin fruit cans and
take the bottoms out of them. Now
take a couple of half cigar boxes,
tack down the lids - and cut a hole
through the bottom and lid of oach,
so you can fit in your cans, first
bringing the ends level with the lid
or bottom. Now stretch wet raw
hide, parchment or bladder over the
other end and tio tight and let it
dry, and your speaking tubes are
finished. Now take two-ply of
shoo thread and wax it well, making
it as long as you wish it. Punch a
hole in the center of the parchment
head, poke the end of tho string
through and put a knot on it to
keep it from pulling back. Then
put up your string like telegraph
wire, but don't lot it touch wood.
Where you wish to support it or
make a turn, run it through a
loop of the same kind of string it is,
but don't put the supporting loops
closer together than is necessary to
keep it up, and, and leave the string
pretty loose to allow for contraction
when wet. Fasten up your speak
ing tubes at each end of the route,
and you are ready to gabble away,
You can bore large gimlet holes in
your window sash to run the line out
through, keeping it from touching
the sash with a loop, as described.
The signal call is to drum on the
parchment end of the can with your
lingers, or better, pick the string
like a harp about a foot from the
head. They are very useful and
interesting. J. N. HUSTON.
FINAL DIS CHARGE.
N OTICE is hereby given that on the
twen'ioth day oftJune next, Rouben
P. Lumpkin and Tr(.v T. Lumpkin,
Executors of the will of Abram F. Lump
kin, deceased, will apply to the Judge of
Probate for Fairfield County, for a final
discharge and letters dismissory.
it. P. LU1MPKIN, Executor.
TROY T, LUMPKIN, Executor.
OFFCoE COUNTY COMMTLiStONEalS,
WINNsBnOi, S. 0., May 22, 187$.
T 'HE tr-avelling public are cautioned
..L that if they pass over Kincaid's
Bridge they do it at their own risk, as
the County Commissioners regard that
Brige neae. NO. A. HINNANT,
mqy 22-st1m fJhMrman.
SURVIVORS' A SSOOCIATiIO?N
MONTCIF. .o, S. C., lulay 16, 1878.
rJ7IHE organization of a survivors' as
ciation of the remiaining muembous of
Companies, I of the 1st. and E of the
14th S. %. regimeat being in contem pla
tion, theseo members who are disposied to
take an active interest in p)erpetuatinig
the record made by these two compan
ies during the war, are invited to an in
terohange of views as to the mest suita
ble time and place for the reunion of the
members left from both companies.
R~esplondl prompitly, comrades, end let
us meet at an early day.
may 81-tx2w JOEL. W. PEARSON.
POR THE L4EGISLATURE.
Jfesars. Rditlors:,-PIease announce H. A.
GAILLARD as a candidate for the House
of Representatives, at the comir)g elec
tion. The course of iMr. Gaillard in pub.
lie life has given general satisfaction and
done honor to old Fairfield. In recogni
tion of his services it is but proper that
he should b)e sent to the House at the
pext election. This nomination is made
h4tirely with.ont tbo knowied2o of the
qnay 163-tf MANY F-1IENDS.
FOR~ TIHE LEG*ISLATURE.
At a meeting of the takhand Democrat
ie-Club of township number six, held on
the 28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adopted:
Resohted, That this Club, roeognizing
the fitness and ability of Hion. H. A.
Gaillard as a representative, hereby
nominate him as a candidate for re
Extraot from the minutes *
A. J. LAMARt,
3ey i&-tft Sooretary.
Why Will ou Ih'i Ama
Wtrn;c A PAnALLE. tho dlt' iiend
for Dr. J.Un lia:,l's 1'cmaic .1.t0r
is beyonild lrcc:dent inl tih :nn'is of
poptmlat rrmi r i es. Orders ;,''e- :t. In :u
thick and tlst that the lrlrietor lin
heretofore been unable to lill them all.
l1e is happy to satle tha it arrhangments
are now complete by whie"h le is pre
pared to mainua 1lcturo Female .iteguilator
on a scale equal to the emergenvc, and
the public may feel nssured that. their
wants may now be supplied. lhysicians
of Iiiglh reputo are using thi; great
remedy, in daily practice, all over
Georgia. This volnoble m'rel icine is pre
pared by J. liradtic-ld, Atlaia, Ga.. and
i; "old at $1.50 per bottle, by Dii. W. y.
THE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN the eampatign th att is now Opening
TIs Nw m>ts.t.l lIat.tuu propo;vs to ke'p
its rcade rs fully l'osted as to events ov
eurrinj in Niti'iol, Statle anld ('onilty
po litie. It hau hcr'tt" r)i'e labtretl earn
estly in the cause of good goverinent.
and itsi'r. i In future w\ill be relttntbled.
In ordter" to acc"umpli";h lh-ra. .d
it de ses to re: -h overy citiz, in i r i,-- ;t
'ounllty. ''o Ittaint this etnl ih- ib>w..
ilng ;ptial rates are o'd' I 'or I he cm
'1'ri-wcehl, to the 13th Novelber, $1.50.
Weekly, t') the 15th No'emcitr. - - 1.10.
.it ' TIa , lin every c'le,. r7r"rr':!I';.!y
Cards nomninating cnndidlt.', wtill bo
inscrtel at the'; followin.; .rlatt :, ie u'r .":
For each canndiatO, 1 inch, one in
sertion, - - - - $ 1.0.
For the camhpaign, in W1eekyiv tltul
'ri-week,ly, - - - 5.0).
Pledges of candidates at the same iltes
as the above.
Proceedings of clubs or c'; munica
tions, when thetty conttii 11omti,ml ions,
como under the rules for advertismlg,
But tho paper will be open for the le.it
imato discussion, Within rcasnald
bounds, of the merits of all those eandi
dates whose names are appcaring in its
atvertising colunins. 1.'qual privileges
will be aceorded to all triu Doetorats1.
We asc that subseriptitnl s and nomi
nations be handed in at mice.
7C' All business comnmnunications
should be addressed to the
WINNSBOIto PUJINLIthlING CO.
''ho State of South Car-olina,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Wim. C. Bo & Co. vs. James D. Iogaan
IN pursuanco of .n ordier of thec Court
of Con men Pleas maetlo in the abovo
stated cust', I will ol r for sale before
.thte court--house door in Winnsborci, on
the fixt Monday' in Jane a. x2, wvithtin
tho legal hIoar4 of s:ile, nt publIic on Itcry,
to the highest b)idder.1 the following de
scribed22 property, to) wit:
All that cerltalin, piutce parcel or tracL of
lansd, contlaliing oxe nAr.v Acnr.. more2 0or
1less, lyinig and4 5tsitte alt D)(ko. inl the
County of Fa,irjield, and2( bondedl onth
cast by the~ Irai' of' tho- (Charlotfte, Co.
lumnbia and14 Augist"a Rtailroad Comn pany,
and oni the St sh, west anid north by
lands of' Eugehne McNully.
Tri;uGs or SALE:
One half of the p)urchase-money to be
paid inl cash, for the bailane at c'red4it of'
one year from daite of sale, with in)lterest,
from said (lay, the p)urchiaser t.o give hsis
b)0nd4 securedl by a1 mortgasgO of thle
pIremlises and to iay for all nece.sary
Clerk's Offe, C. C. C, P. F. C.
Winnisbero, S. C.,
May 10, 1878 .-tds
BOOT AND SHOE M1AKER,
wINSsnOIIo, s. c.
Bloots and Shoes
from Running over,
Wca'Illg offIoil Ille Sill6
and Ripping In the
B Y virtuo of an Oxontioni to me di
rooted, I will offer sale before the
court..house door in Winnsboro, on theo
first Monday in Juno noxt, within tho
legal hours of sajo, to theo highest bidder
for CAsu, the following described prop
Allt,ht ianatin,lying in F?airloIed
county, on waters of L)ttle Ri vor, Oon:
taining '1iiREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACnEs,
imore or less, and bounded by lands of
Thomas Anderson, Ben Martin,' 'John
Yo no and others, 1.ovied on as the
rhuty Co .Er,Gand L, Is. Vance, at
T71I1tT;'-'ll!UD Y't I|.
Tb lMost Po.1)n:ar S';it'nt-ifie Paper in thlo
Only $3.20 a Year, Ino luding Postage.
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m('rits of the i"w iipatenit, and sales or in
troduetinl ofltci elfected.
Any p-rst'n wlo has made a new di5
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FROM NEW YORK
N elegant lot. of Spring Prints, Cam
bries, 'liie Pique, Figured Piques,
Long ('loth1, Cottonades, .Lf.adifs' and
(ents' Hosiery, il anlkorechiels, Towels,
&('., and are ol'ered at the lowest c!ash1
prives. J. M. BEA TY.
The eelorated "'Bay State" stnudard1
screwed and..7 wir .. sewed Sh_oe_s,a _pecialty
at. .l. M. ]lEAT'LY'8. Try themIl, andl yo'n
will 1)e convinedl of their dlurability.
I am offerinug for saile "G'rantl's Yea i
PoIwdlers."' every' box guaateel'd to give
s:..fisfact ion, or mone11v retfundoid. lease
give it a trial. *J. M. IATY.
Go to J1. IM. ]BFATlY'S for the bes-i
Family' F.lour. ?. real, G r ist, Rico. Hlann
tIUrand,ed "'Ciallenge,"') Lardl, Bacon,
Hm.gari and Coff. e, veCry low p)r.ices, Tea,
HIoda, Con. Lyo, Musitarid, Peaches, To.
ISpie.e. Ginger, Nuitmiegs anld manny other
thm igs nece~ssary for family 3'comforf,,
J. M. BEATY'S
S TEEL, Swvode Iran, Plow-mnouldp.
T)'1ravo' Chins', Jlames~, Back Ran,
Grauin (Cradies,, .Scythos, Brade's 1102
Shovels, Garden 1101es and ]Rakes, Nils,
Hlorse and Mulo Shoes a..d Nailu, Cutlery
B, B. IRed Cedar flnckots, Galvanized
Hoop01 Cedar 3ucets, Fainted B3uckets,
Well Buctk ets, 1(egs, greasu11res, Brooinus,
&. (Crcery and( Tinware.
To mIOentor's and Manuf'acLurePs,
Gilmcee, Smith & Co.,
SOLICITORS OF PATENTS AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
American and Foreign Patent.
629 1? St,, Wa'fshington, D). U1
o fees in adlvanice, nor urntl a Patent is
all owed , Kofeea for rnakingprelirnftweg
Special attention Igiven to Interfere oe
m.Jltaa Sitsinalo e@ t4t and
all *laa ion an *tinie
Fast Colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard]
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard,
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard,
J. F. M cMaster & Co's.
SPRING HAS COME,
New Style Goods
JUBT ARRIVED, including, all the
novelties of the season, at the Winne.,
boro Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin.
core thanks to her friends sad the publio
generally for the past pa4ropage, solici
ting a continuance of the earne, She will
endeavor as heretofore and is deterTmined
to please the most fastidious.
IAillinery and Fancy Goods Stock is
comnplete, French Pattern Hats, trlmmed
and untrimmned,Strawv H.ats and Bonnets,
Sun Ilats and Siailors, lIibbons, Bilks,
Laces, Flowvers, Feathers, ltu.sions, Necolr
Tios, ]Lufling, Linen and Lace Seta,
Hlandkerchiefs, Corsets, Gloves, Buttons,
Second lot of Spring Calicoes, also a nieq
lot of Dress Goods, Mohaire, Alpaeas,
Jap)anose Silks, Wash Popins,
and ether nice Materials and
Trimmings. Call and 4
see, Ladies, for your
A large lot of Men'it, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, Gents' end Boys' Fui
and Straw hats, Sno and course.
Achoice lot of Family Groceries, Can.
dies Caks, lackgrot, Tob,acco, Ogr
Kerosene Oil, Hardwaro, Wpqdenware,
'i'inwar.e, Cr.ekery, &e.
cAhquantity of Lumnber for sale low fo *
march 80) 3, 0. J3OAG,
FORLEIQN ANDI PO01IDT.XP
H A m1)Al, cuer'.n, na& '
dier ,liar Iror4 and Plow 8t40e ORnen *'
celebrated Farmer's Frien lows, one,
two apd phree lzerse, at yedtzo4 prices.
Liberal Ter wi to 4o ia. ''
Lprge assortpiont g4 Aw9fzral
pments, A ronitural l)spooe y
1ulI Tfongues, T-arn 8hI4s ctoa
Swees, KelDolts, 0Mr p.h
A tsT edog~~~.4 ~