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'l'Z UJCSI.)ty 1LV.ijtIWJg !fl, ; 879.
TERMS or THE NEws AND HERALD.
--Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars awl fifty cents per annum,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of live and Upwards.
ly"ras or ADvERTIsINO.--One dollar
per inch for the first insertion, h ad
fifty cents per inch for each subseq tent
insertion. These rates apply to aill ad
vertisements, of whatever nat ae,.and
are payable strictly in idvane e. Con
tracts for three, six or twelve months
made on very liberal terms. Tran
sient. local notices, fifteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as advcr
tisements. Simiple announcements of
marriages and deaths published free of
charge, and solicited. -
All communications of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Final Discharge-D. L. Glenn.
Citation-J. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Knights of HIonor-E. S. Chandler,
'rhe Gordon Light Infantry will
celebrate their anniversary-April 10
-by a picnic and shooting match.
There are still some of our sub
scribers behindhaiid. Now is really
the very best time to settle up. At
any rate, the time would suit us most
'The statement that the individual
who swindled the confiding Coliimbia
l>ank had been arrested, turns out to
be untrue. But the detecives say
they'll get him yet.
F. L. Cardozo on Monday last sur
rendered himself to the sheriff bf Rich
land county and was duly lodged in
jail. We trust he'll serve out his sen
tence-there's been quite enough am
nesty for rogues already.
Messrs. J. F. McMaster & Co. have
just received a fine lot of hats, shoes
and dry goods in great variety. Their
new advertisement will appear li
Saturday's paper. Meantime, people
needn't wait., but had better give them
a call at once.
Jon PnNTIx.-By recent arrange
m01nts we are now prepared to do, in
addition o the ordinary kinds of work,
printing of all descriptions-every
thing, in fact, from the commonest
blanks to the finest book printing.
The printing of briefs and arguments
for the use of lawyers in the Supreme
Court will receive special attention.
'We hope, by means of tile increasedl
facilities thus afforded, to command
all tile job) prinlting of thle town and
county. There can surely .be no ex
cuse for sendinig ofi' for such work,
when it can be done just as well and
cheaply at home. All .we ask is a fair
trial. If., after that, we cannot claim
sup)erior'ity, or at least absolute equali
ty, to any others, then we'll give up,
and gladly Iot tile trade go elsewhere.
THlE TnoRNE5 ComImY COMPANY.
Thle 'performance of this troupe is de
cidedly superior to that of anost of the1
* travelinig companlies tha t visit towns of
the size of Winnsboro. Miss Bonnie
Meyer is an actress of far more than.
* ordinary merit, acting all her parts
- 'iell, and completely losing hlerself in
the different characters she assumes.
Hieri'endition of Lady Audley, in the
play of "Lady Audley's Secret.,"is one
that would do credit to many stage
people of much greater pr'etenlsionIs,
and in her comic andl sentimental parts
.she is decidedly good. Mr. Thorne is
also a fine actor,, his specialty being
-comic characters. In these he always
-excites a hearty Laugh, and makes Is
. audience want to see and hear him
again.. The suIpport by the 'rest of tile
troupe Is about as good as is seen in
anly suceh compaiIes. Altogether the
enltertainments given by the Thlorne
Comedy Company are wvell worth
goinlg to, and should be encouraged.
MR. T ODa'S RESBIGN.:TION.
Action of His Congregation--Preamble
and Resolutions Adopted at the Re
cent Church Meeting.
[RIPORTED Fon Tfua NKwU AxD HanATo~.J
A meeting of the members of Bethel
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church of Winneboro, S. C., was hleld
on Thursday evening, March 20, 1879,
for the purpose of affording Rev. J. M.
,.Todd, tihe pastor, an opportunity of
stating tile reasons that inmpelled him
to request a dissolution of the relation
ship existing between them as pastor
and people, and of asking them to con
our with him in petitioning Presby
tory to thlat effect.
After a short prayer for the Divine .
blessing and guidance, Mr. Todd in a
very earnest, feeling and impressive
-manner stated that lhe had not hastify
and inconsiderately resolved upon this
* step, but thathe had determined upon
* it after serious5 and prayerfhi delibera
tion. For several tidinthysa.he hadt
bi* gthe condWton of ise health to bo
such that he could not, II justice to
them or to himself, continue longer to
labor among themt, and therefore felt
it to be his duty to resign this his pas
toral charge. 'T'his, and this alone,
prompted him to his present course of
action. His intercourse with them,
both as pastor and as a ffiend, had
over been of the most pleasant nature,
and he had always received uni
form kindness, respect and on.
couragement at their hands-for all
which he felt and ever would feel the
most sincere gratitude.
Mr. Todd then retired, and, on mo
tion,rMr. George H. MeMaster was
called to the chair and Mr. J. E. Mc
Donald was requested to act as score
tary. After a free and open inter
change of views upon the matter un
der coinsideration, on ineL .. of Mr.
James A.- Brice it was r< 5o "ed that
this congregation, in assei 'ug to the
wish of Rev. J. M. Todd to sever their
connection with him as pastor, reluc
tantly agree to unite with hii in ask
ing Presbytery to dissolve the pastoral
relationship, solely for the reasons
stated by him In his address.
It was moved by Mr. II. L. Elliott,
and adopted, that the chairman appoint
a committee of three to draft suitable
resolutions expressive of the sentiments
of the congregation towards the Rev.
J. M. Todd. The chairman appoiuted
as such committee, Messrs. H. L.
Elliott, James A. Brice and I. M.
Huey. On motion, Mr. H. L. Elliott
was appointed to notify Mr. Todd of
the action of the congregation.
It was resolved that a copy of these
proceedings be sent to the Associate
jleformed Presbyterian and the
Winnsboro NEws AND HERALD, with
a request for publication.
On motion, the meeting then ad.
journed. G. I. MCMASTER,
J. E. MCDONALD, Chairman.
The following are the preamble and
resolutions prepared by the committee
Appointed for the purpose:
Whereas, Rev. J. M. Todd, our be
loved pastor, on account of the feeble
state of his health, has signified his in
tention to petition Presbytery to dis
solve his relationship with us as pas
tor, and has requested us to unite with
him in such petition; and
Whereas, It is fit and proper that
we, the people of his charge, should
nmke some suitable recognition of his
fiaithful services among us, therefore
bs it resolved:
1. That we, the members of Bethel As
sociate Reformed Presbyterian Church,
have with unfeigned sorrow and regret
united with our pastor in asking a dis
solution of our relationship as pastor
and people, believing that rest from
pastoral duties is necessary for his res
toration to health.
2. That we sincerely acknowledge
our many obligations to hin as our
pastor, who at all times has preached
thme "words of eternal lifv"' untQ u~s
with zeal and ability' who as .paator
has been punctual an faithful im the
discharge of all his pastoral duties;
who as a spiritual gfuide and consol
lor was safe, orthod ox, and worthy of
imitation, and as a minister wae prac
tical, God-fearing and devoted to his
3. 'i hat copies of these resolutions
be sent to the Associate Beformed Pres
b,yterian and to THlE NEws AND HER
.ALD for publieation.,
H. L. ELLT-rT,
JAMES A. BRICE,
RAILROAD S&HEDULE.-Thle follow
ing is the p)resenlt schedule of arrivals
onl the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Railroad, on the basis of Wash
ington time, which is about sixteeni
minutes faster than Winnasboro time: -
DAr P,A8sENGERI-GolING NonTHT.
Columbia - - 1.20 1r. M.
Blythewood - - 2.15 "
Ridgeway - - 2.82 "
Simpson's - - 2.50"
Winnsboro - - 3.11 ".
Adger's - - 4.24 "
White Oak - - . 3.34 "
Woodwvard's - .- 3.47 "
Blackstodk - - 3 .52 "
Cornwall's - - 4.02 "
Chester - - 4.22 "
DAY PASSENOER-GOING SouTH.
Chester - - 1.28, P'. r.
Cornwell's - - 1.49 "
Blackstock - - 1.69 "
Woodward' - - 2.04 "
White Oak - - 2.16. "
Adger's - - 2.26 "
Winnsboro - - 2.38 "
Simpson's - - 2.65 "
Blytewo'od - - .3
Columbia - '- 4.10 "
NIGuT PASSENGER--GOING NoRTu.
Columbia - - 10.00, r. M.
Blythowood '- - 10.68 "
Rlidgeway - '. 11.16 "
Winboro - - 11.47 "
White Oak - -. -12.12 A. r;
Woodward's - - . 12.26 "
Blackstoek - - - 12.82 -'
Cornwall's - - 12.48 "
Cheater - - 1.08 "
Nrawr, PASStxoER--00IRe So-tr.
Chester ~ - 8.10, A. x.
Cornwa- . .a - 8.80 "
Blcs - e 8.40 "
Wd 's- - 8.45 "
White Ok 3 .68 "
Winneb6ro - - 4/Q0 "
Rid (ovay - 4.61 "
Bl d 5.09
Columba -- -. .5.58 "
rtu, Brotherb6d Leute, No. 844.
N to @t Eonor.
1hinst.., at .8 oco - BfA)J5t
IT IS FAI,BE ECONOMY TO nUY A CIAP On
OAN WHTEN A FaW DOLLARS MORE WILL
OET TnE. INCOMPARADLE AND AL
MASON & IAMII
NOT iLOWEST PRICED.
N /.POOREST AND EDEAREST.
BEST AND CHEAPEST.
" NEW PRICES.
Six Stops, Elegant
Jase, of now do
ign, only - - $80.
Ton Stop, 4 Sets
-Retds in Now Style
- Iluminated Case.
O .a only - - - $95.
Ton Stops, 4 Sets Reeds, Mirror Top
Caso, with Gold Bronze Ornamentation,
only - - - - -- - $100.
OVER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Winners of the highest honors at all
World's exhibitions for twelvo
PARIS - - - 1867 VIENNA - .1873
SANTIAGO - 1875 PHILA., PA. 1876
PARIS - - - 1875 SWEDEN - 1878
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Theodore
Thomas, Ole Bull, Gottschalk, Strauss,
Warren, Morgan and over one thousand
eminent musicians of Europe and Aniri
ca. The testimony as to the immense su
periority of these instruments over all
others is emphatic, overwhelming and
RENTED UNTIL PAID FOR.
These Organs are now offered p urchas
era by monthly instalments of from $5
to $10, or will be rented until the rent
pays for them. - I;roin one to three years
time given for payment.
Special reduction givo to Churches,
Schools and Pastors, Agents wanted
everywhere. Organs sent on trial to any
part of tho South. We pay freight both
ways if not satisfactory.
SOUTHERN WHOLESALE DEPOT.
For the more convenient suppl.y of
Southern trade a Southern Whol.sale
Depot has been established at savannah,
Ga., from which Dealers. Churches,
Teachers, and the retail trade can be
supplied at N. Y. and Boston factory
rates. For Illustrated Catalogues, price
lists and full information, address
LUDDEN & BATES,
Manufacturers' Wholesale Agents.
mc1h 25- 3m
The Friend of All !!
"I had no appetite; Holloway' Pills
gave mo a hearty one."
"Your Pills are mlarveloits."'
"I send for another box', sind keep them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has oued my headache
that was chronic.
'- gave one of your Pills to my' babe
for cholera morbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
. "My nausea of a morning is now
- "Your box of Hollo way's Ointinent
cared mec of noises in the head. I
rubbed somec of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has loft.".
"Send tao two boxes; I wan&t one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to me is .worth a
"Send mue five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for ohills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of space compels me to
For Cutaneous DIsor'ders,
Aind all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment 'ms most in valuable. It does not
heal externally .alone, but penetrates
wvi'h the most searching ef'ects to the
very rcot of' evil.
Possessed of this remedy, every- men
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the systeai, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these moans, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat atomnach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy- for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, r3eumia
tlstn, and all skip diseases.
[EPonTANT CAUTIotN.-NOne are genuine en
less the signature of J. ilA YDocx,. as agent for
the Unitee states surrounds each bc of etilIs
ilneacntamont. Boxes at 2'cent,f; Of coait,an
SW' Thore'is considerable svn ytkn
the largor se. 440 Wl~AY & nCO
fob 15-ly New York.
NEW GARDEN and F.IRE PUMP.
This novel and ex.,
is invaluable at the
.outbreak of fIre, and
for watering gardens
&e. Its construction
dispensen with both
Piston and StufBn
Box, doing away wiIt
all Friction, Lcakcage, &o, It is.worked
5o'easily that with it,' a lady or child can.
throw a steady stream of water over an
area of ninety foot. l'atented January 14
and 1. 1667. March 11, 1873. S end fo'
'PXIQE, $0 AND $8.
,W' Agents wanted everywhere
THE DANA BIOKFORD~ 00..
689 Broa~dwaty, New York,
Offce of Datn Biokgfordia,
. Family Knitting Macbine,
*NEW DEPAIRTUE I
ANi usefutlarticles for th" lhouse u
YLamusenlcat for the yoting at tre
souts ot ten oents,Mwhiolk usually sell at
t res timr otlie Pdo*e, 0all and see them.
m I 6 a f o W A TE R * B 1
- INE WINTER
IT COST FOR 18I1.
Those goods are of nice pattern and
good styles. Call early and get a bargain,
McMASTER & BRICE.
Whether for family use or manufacturing,
is'the double-thread, lock-stitch
It will last a lifetime--every Machine
THE Vertical Feed is the greatest ad.
vance made in sewing mechanism
since the invention of sewing machines.
We invite a careful examination of it,
believing no one can fail to recognize the
fact that.it is the most perfect Sewing
Machine made, eombining simplioity
strength, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for the
in addition to its superior princi pies,
more absolute parfection of workmanship
and more complete adjustability than
pertains to any competing machine now
in the. market. Among the 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, cording, - braidin ,quiltin ,
-ruffling, fringing,.. ombroider}ng, s oll
fittmng, taiiloring, dress-inaking, 4
THE DAVIS HAS NO "QUAI,.
References to those who have the Im
proved Davis Machine in use in Fair
Mrs. William MoNall.
Mrs. William D). Aikejn.
Mrs. A. WV. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. Rowe.
Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson,
Mrs. Dr WV. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Bouliok.
Mrs. William Stevenson,
Miss Margaret Aiken,
Mrs. A. P. Miller.*
Mrs. Eliza Williamns.
Mrs. James Q. Davis.
Mrs. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and others,
Just think of it--a machine selling for
$60 a short time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from
Agent for Fairfield Con nty..
Also agent for two other first-clans
miachmnes.-tho New Amaeriean, and the
Call on J. 0. BOAG. and get the best
Family Sewing Machines made.
Great reducetion in pieos of Dress
Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, &e.
Always -a full and co113plete line of
Family Groeries, Tobacco, Cigar's, Con
feotionaries, Fruits &o., as cheap as the
Lumber and Furniture for salo low
for cash by
CORN AND HIAY.
TUST?eeve-a the old stand of
e R.Rbertson-~50,000 pounds Timo
thy and Clover flay, Two Car Loads
NORTH. CAROLINA CORN.
Aofwieb will be sold very cheap for
mech 22 JNO D. McCARlLEY.
Canned Goods--..Tomatoes, Peach.,
es, Salmon, Sa,dines, Plokies, &o;
' THE LIGHT-IuNG
The 1EST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and most THOROUQGHLY -coustructe*
SEWINO MACH INE ever Invented, All
the wearing parts are made of the DEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
and are ADJUSTABLE.
It has the ATG'(DATICTNX7RXOg It
has the LAXON81' O]BI It has the
Easiest Threaded Shuttle,
'The 80 3BINA ttr WOUN~D tvltont
IINN1 J or UNTII-ft~pxN(}~ tho
It has a SELF-SETTINQ N1 DLE; it
has a DIAl. for regulatl~ he lengtlh of itt
WITHOUT TEe a ie it LAR>
SPACE under the arm; It Is NOIEas,
p nd hais more points of EXOI4NO$u1s
11 other uaohlnes combined.
A-Agents wanted in 1o01liti.
where we are not represented.
Johnson,.Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
-CONSISTING IN PAWT OF:.
24 bbls. Molasses--all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Duckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Oheese,
2 boxes best Italian Daccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee--10 Rio, A best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour,
. BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble,,. cans and . bucket'
acon, Bot Sugar Cured Hams.
Olioico Red Rust Proof Oati, SOed
Bye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mi"
ioes, Axle .Grease, White
Wine anl Ci4r Vinog,
Durham's best, -
Uaisine, Currants and Cfttkqa, .:
Freuh Canned Salmon, P'eachos and
Tomatoes. Mixed Pickles, .Obw.
-Chow and Pepper Sauc,
A fine lot of BOOTS'AND $ROES.
All of whi'ch will be sold obeapi for'
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
New Summer Cook.
*$e- DOES NOT~ HEAT THE HOU'
Peorfoot for AlI kinda 6f Uooking and Uet
- ig Irons. . ' . M
Atways ready and reliable.
The most satisinctory Stove made an~ t 69
?-ly 1230bestsnutSt, 1tA
SMITH $~ WORM' 0I. '2
thb nQ~03 ,1~Vh EI. of 6
large Wrms' At% ahsa f
-FRESEH Z ~ .