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NATURDAYk tANUAR? 18, 7 : 970.
RAILROAD SCIMIIP.-Tho follow
Ing is the presenW schedule of tirrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DAY PASSENGUB--GOING NOnTU.
Columbia - - 1.45 r, M.
Illythewood - - 2.41 <
lidgeway t - 3.01 '
Winnsboro - - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
13lackstock - - 4.15 '
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PASsENGR--GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 12.47 r. b.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - - 1.56 '
Ultideway - 2.26 "
13ythewood - - 2.44 "
Colunbia - - 3.24 "
'' Religrious Bervices,
Associate Reformed Church-Rev. J.
X. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, r. M.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the 2nd
Sunday of the month; at 11 A, M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. B.
Pratt, 11 A. na. and 3:30 r. m. Sun
day School, 9 A. M. Prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 3: 30 1. x,
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. m. and 7, v. 3t. Sunday
School, 10 A. U. Prayer Meeting on
Thursday at 7, r. m.
Notice-E. S. Chanidler, Secretary.
Notice-T. K. Elliott, Assignee.
Assignee's Notice-T, K. Elliott,
Buy 'Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It
cures. To be had of all Druggists for
25 cents. *
Governor H-1ampton has so for
progressed as to take an airing in a
There were but a very few bales of
cotton in town yesterday. A good
many of our farmers are holding their
cotton in anticipation of a ris in the
price by spring.
Ex-Governor Boilham, railroad com
missioner, has opened correspondence
with the coipmissioners of other
States for the purpose of acquainting
himself thoroughly with the practical
operation of railroad laws in their
TYPE Fon SATK.-We ofner for sale
two hundred pounds long primer type
-that with which the outside of Tun
NEwS AND HERALD is now printed.
This tj-pe is in excellent condition, and
is only abandoned because we wish to
change the style of our type. We
offer it at the low price of twenty cents
per pound for the lot; smaller quan
tities in proportion.
THE ScHooL MEETIN.-It is hoped
that there will be0 a full attendance of
citizens at the school meeting this
morning. The schools of' Winnsboro
have got the start of other institutions,
and it rests with the people to decide
whether they will continue their pres
ent statuis. To educate a hundred
and seventy-five white scholars and
about the same numnber of colored ones
requires a large Ruin of money even
on the cheapest terms. The Peabody
trustees will extend liberal aid to the
schools here if the citizens show equal
liberality. If not, other schools will
get ahead, and the Peabody fund will
go elsewhere. It is to be hoped that
all who are interested in the school
ComHrssIONERS OF PuosrIArTus.
Governor Simpson has appointed
Gen, John Bratton, Col. J. D, Pope
and Col. Zimmerman Dayvis Commis
sioners of Phosphates. Their duties
are defined by law as follows:
SECTION 1, That the commissioners
of the sinkinug fund be authorized to
sell at public or p)rivate sale all the
lands remaining unsold of this date,
except such lands covered with water
and marshes as may be situate in that
p ortion of the State in which are
found phosphate rocks or phiosphatic
deposits, purchased for the State by
the land commission, on such terms
and in such parcels as in their judg
ment shall be for the best interest of
SEC. 2. The .commissioners of the
sinking fund shall apply the flunds
arising from said sales, together with
amounts received from sales hereto
fore made, whether already collected
or to be collected, to the extinguish..
ment of the public debt, by investing
the same in such unquestioneble bonds
and stocks of the State as thef' may
deem best for the interests of the
THEGI OREENII.I. MIL,ITARY INfSTR.
TUTE.-We have received a prospectus
ef this school from its principal, Capt.
J. B. ratrick. Captain Patrick, who
is so well known as an instructor at
the State Military Academy, has for
years been successfully engaged in
teachinigin Greenville. He has leased
the mansion and grounds of the Rev.
J. P. Boyce, and now opens a military
school, with Lieutenants H. Y. Cook
and Philip P. Mazyok, both experi
enced instmgotora, . assistants. He
Professors Judson and Furman and
the Reve. E1lison Capers and J. C.
Hiden. The curriculum is full and
thorough, and expenses moderate,
being $115 for twenty weeks. Par'.es
wishing to sond their sons to a ijrst
class school will do well to commu
uIcato with the principal at Green
A LL persons having claims against the
Fairfield Fire Engine Company
are notified to preaont them properly
attestodto the undorsIgnod on or before
the lt of February next.
. S. CHANDLER,
jan 18-fl Secretary.
N OTICE is hereby given that on the
14th day of January, 1879, Messrs.
A. W. Ladd and C. I. Ladd, under the
firm name of Ladd Bros., of Winnsboro,
S. C., made to me a goner-il assignment
of all their property, real and personal,
debts, accounts, claims and doinands, in
trust for the benefit of their creditors.
A moting of the creditors of the said
Ladd Bros., will be held at the office o
A. M. Mackey, Esq.. attorney at law,
No. 1, Law Range. Winnsboro, 8. C., on
Saturday, the 25th day of January, 1879,
at 12 o'clock, m. T. K. ELLIOTT,
Jan 18-ttd Assignee.
M ESSRS. A. W. Ladd and C. H. Ladd,
under the firm name of Ladd
Bros., having, on the 14th day of Jann
uary, A. D. 1879, made to mo a general
assignment of their p-operty, notes, ne
counts, claims and demands, for the
bonofit of their creditors, all persons in.
debted to the said Ladd Bros. are here
by notified to make paympnt to the un
dersigned. T. K. ELLIOTT,
jtn 18t&xlV Assignee.
Citizenls of Fairfield.
WE have recently purchased foi
cash the entire stock of Dr3
Goods formerly owned by Sol.
Wolfe, and have made considerabk
additions to it in staple goods ; anil
we are now offering the entire
stock at prices in keeping with thc
dull, hard times that are upon us.
The stock contains many valuabk
goods, consirting of Gonts' Cloth,
ing, Underwear, Fine Hats,
Shawls, Shirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collars, &c.
Ladies' and Children's Dress Coods
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, in
great variety, Notions and
Staple Goods generally.
We also offer special inducements ir
100 pairs Gents' Gaiters, at 50 cents
100 pairs Women's Shocs, at 5C
cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
100 pairs Children's and Boys' Shoei
at one-fourth their value.
We mean what we say, and all
persons in want of bargains wil:
do well to call and examine the
stock, as we intend to verify omi
promises by actual proof.
There is also a lot of good substan
tial Table Cutlery, Pad Locks,
Stock Locks, Steelyards,
Double-Barrel Guns, &c.,
Which we will give great induce
mente in, to clear out.
flemember to call at the old stani
of Sol. Wolfe. MR. FLEMING ii
in charge, and willl take pleasure ii
waiting upon all who may favor hirn
with a call ; and should you noi
find all you may want there, jus
step dowvn to
in the Gerig Building, and tha
agreeable and polite young gentle
man, A. W, BROWN, will tak<
special pleasure% showing you th<
large and complete stock under hii
charge, from which you can suppl:
all your wvants, at prices that wvil
SUGENHEIMElR & GRIOESOHELI
Five Ladles' Paisley Shawls--eos
originally $20 and $26 each-will be sok
for $5 00 each,.
SUGENH EIMEiR & GROESCHIEL.
TIII WVINNSBO1O HOTE]
MRS. M, W. BROWN.
V p1118 flotel, situated in the centre o
the town, offers and guarantoos to th4
public inducoments unsurpassed by ana
other house In the place. Table sup
plied with the best In the market, Corn
fortable rootns and polite attention
Teams-4,00 per day. a 9-6f
NOTICE TO OREDITORS.
&LL persons indebtedt to the ender
..C.ined or to Hf. L,.fElliott & Co. mue
come orward and settle Aad save trouble
FRESI GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART O-,.
24 bbls. Molases-all grades,
400 lbs. Cioico Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Croam Cheoso,
2 boxos best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choico Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Ied - Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Ryo and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mulq
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and' Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Popper Sauco.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of wbi,,h will- be sold cheap foi
nov 9 D, R. FLENNIKE.
CHEAP GOODSI GOOD GOODS
MESSRS. J. F. McMASTER & CO
AVE now in store and are receiving
.11weeldy new, cheap and good goods,
Clothing, Boots and 4ho s, Hats, Trunks,
and Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &a.
&c., &c., &c., &c., &c., &e,, &c., &e., &c,
A full stock of Gents Furnishing Goods.
Complete line of Ladies' Misses' and
Childrens' H-osiery and Glov:es.
Wo have marked down. t> the very
lowcst figures our st6ck of Gloves, it
which we ara offering great 1ar 'ai1R.
Linen and Heistitohed Haiierobiof
'p great profuiAion at very lo,w prices.
In Boots and Shoes, wo aro prepared
to offbi- spedial inducoments,
New BJuckwhoat Flour, Fresh Bluckwhen
Flour, Elegant New Crop Now Orleans
Molasses, the genuine Simon pure
artiolo, Sugar, Coffee, Lard
Syrups, Soap, Starch,
Full stock of Woodenware.
Our constant aim is to keep up the
reputation already gained.
We invite the public to call to-day anc
every day and takie a look at our stool
whic.h will always be shown with pleas
ure no 8
$1,000 IN THTREE PRlEMIUMS.
W~ E will p)ay theo agent sanding us th
Vlargest list of subscribers bofor
March 1, 1879, one first-class 73 octave
rosewond or walnut, NEw soALE,UPnlIOH
PIANO, $860.00. 'This list to be at leas
For the second list. not to be lee
th an 200 names, $100 in gold.
For the third list, not to be less thai
100 names, $50 in gold.
For $13.0)0, at one time, we will sens
ton copies one year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send flv
core three names and $6.00 woe wil
sond the Companion Scroll Saw ani
Drill, value $3.50, as a special p)remiuml
For five names andl$10.00 we will son<
the Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, an'
Lathe, value $5.00, as a special premium
We will send TaU H AwYrE and "GLEA
INos FOR TH E CUmious" to agents at $3, 0
and return $2.00, if the book is not wante.
- on examination, for its return, post-paid
,if returned at once. Address
HAWVKEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY
deo 6 Burlington, ,Iowa.
rrrHE firm of Cummings & Co., is thi
Iday dissolved by mutual eQensont.
JNO. P. MATTHE ~WS, JR.,
J. II. CUMMINGS,
The business will hereafter be eon
duotod under the firm name of Matthew
& Ce., the members of which flr-aare:
JNO. V. MAT TIlSWS,JR.
J. 11. CUMMINGS,
Jan 2-im T, K. ELLIO1TT.
ORETE O HEES 1 CHEESE8
~I\~ILLDS. Choice lFactory Ob4eas
k)JJAs low as the lowest.
. t V7 U. 0. Drmaan*aSa
E VER PRODUCED,
Whether for family use or nanufiacturing,
is the double-thread, look-stitch
It will last a lifetime-overy Machino
TrIIE Vortical Food is the greatest ad.
vanlco Imlado in sewing mechanism
sinC tIC invent,ion Of sowing machines.
We invito a careful examination of it,
believing no one can fail to recognizo the
fact that it is the most ,porfeut Sewing
Machine made, combining simplicity
strength, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for tho
in addition to its superior principles,
more absolute perfoction of workmanship
and more complete adjustability than
pertaims to any competing machino now
in the market, Among tho various im
provements is the Improved Shuttle,
Milled Shank Needle, Adjustable Needle
Plate, New Patent Thread Controller and
Automatic Bobbin Winder. Every Ma.
chine is on good substantial rollers, for
which there is no extra charge. For
tucking, oording, braiding,quiltiig,
ruffling, fringing, embroidering, shoe
fitting, tailoring, dress-making, and
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have the Im
provod Divis Machine in use in Fair
Mrs. William McNall
Mrs. William D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. Rowe.
Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson,
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Bulick.
Mrs. William Stovenson.
Miss MargarEt Aiken.
Mrs. A. P. Miller.
Mirs. Eliza Williams.
Mrs. James Q. Daivis.
Mrs. Robert Crawford,
Miss J. Harvey, and otheri.
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$00 a short time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfiold County.
Also agent for two other first-class
inachines--the Now American, and the
Call on J. 0. BOAG, and get the best
Family 8owing Machines made.
- Great reduction in prices of Dress
Goods, Shoes;- Hats, Clothing, &c.
Always a full and complete line o!
Fanily Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
fectionaries, Fruits &c., as cheap as the
Lumber and Furniture for sale low
for cash by '
jan 11 J. 0. BOAG.
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FOR TliE3 SEoWING MA0EINE~f
The Four Wheeled Automatig
-rEMN1 biliohine alwdyi stainds artnit1
..while iin use, N~o miotbofiitta hoavy
sowing maohines. health and laboi
saved by using this caster..toeA0
Will-fi. any tacohitto To be had from
W. U. SMrTH
jan 7 Agent fr, Fairfield
Now anld BooRliful
COME EVERY DAY,
And Exchange YOUR CASH for
CLOTHING AND HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Coffee at from 15 ets. to 20 ets. pop
Sugar at 12 pounds for $1.60:
larched-Rio Coffee, Ground'Cogeo,
Brdwn Sngar Extra C Gr4niu
lated Sugari PulVerized Su
gar, Candy, Crackers,
.Ra isins, &o.
GOOD GOODS AT L OW PRIQIS
Remember thos.e substantial Boots
and Shoes, the "Bay State" stand
dard screwed and wire sewed.
.J. M.. BEAMPY.
If you dotest a bursting lamp -buy
the Vastal Oil. 1( you. ,like a bril..
ant light buy the Vestal Oil'
dec 24- J. M. BEAATY.
rpHB numme, hiaving como ahd g6no,
.1. I am now proparod to furnish in the
place of cooling boverages, all kinids of
winter drinks, such as Tom and Jerry,
Hot Scotch, Egg FJip, &c.
Wines, Liquors, Lageor Iloor, Sweet'.
Cidor ahal Cigars. 'fho bost in town.
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! f2GGSI
Dozen Eggs, jusi. received for the Chirist..
mnas Holidayna Oali and you oab got all
theo Eggs you want.
Meals dan bo hadl all hou1# at ty' roUa
taurant. Presh Oyst-ors, Fish and .8au.
sauge always on hand..
-GIVE ME~ A dAtt.-,.
dee 19 JNO. D. McOARtLEY.
CHEESE! CHEESE I
Besit Factory Choose,( @18 coiitd
jan 7 W. tt. DONi
LIVES:Al ENHii jTS
Y the tise of cheap 'deyosdh,( Ge*
...oneoof our safety . L4tps ih whioh
even1 the most dangerool i saf
$2,000 Saved Yearly to Fade~i
Whh 6ttr favm6rs learto yo
Oh'ehficals and make their own fertiliirs
Call and got ahgok te,lifag bow it.an bd1
deo28 MoMASTERn &DBRIOE,