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TIEE NEW'~S ANI) HERALI).
TRI- V. EEKLY f l>'L ION.
1 if.r oi 'r!F, A'r1.Ar'TA t4:,rrir',
(.)ridu Edwai d ('.2. I ak heen i:n
der le,ek and key for n, any a mnot,tu
r,(d the trnziaplnted iod over p or
AlMfon'H g: ave. bgina to grow freen.
ti.e trngir affair di.tii L (eot gia a
r uch ~s it did dii ing the week of
the occnrrence. 'hLere are. uf
eimtrr,", no thi ent of 1Zynebing anld
the ei,ii nir:g iH r,vr. but A!stcn's
i1E:th1 in the 1i,.k nyI;( n wl.ieh nie
rnow baeing Linr, h-"gr.l nlhoi teom inga
1:n1d ar-V Itin er of rb-t)fkt-s and .1
trove, e . No less tli.n twen ; a
three of the wf.:kly p,rlpers it+:ned i.
b,.at F'riduy contaitel .n editoi ir+i.
ipon t.he,: reu r of di<b:d:y w' t
puns, vey one runking atuggestif t.8
that Hoe law si,uld be psiived to
-over the r.atter. Several judge.i
have dwelt upon the i,ubject in their
ehrrges to the grand jury, Judge
Underwood, of Floyd, being par
tietrlarly severe upon what are ralled
"the pisitol' Plingern." It in likely
the death of the man "doomed to die
in his hoots" will resrtlt in good.
SOUTHE.,RN S:NTI.1\.NT --Mr. Iimn
bank, forinerly p1ivate i;ecretury to
Si nator Morton, has juat rettuo ned
to W'ahington from r:n c;xtended
tour tIr',iugh the. South, during
wiich he vi!ited South Curolinu,
NX i C ; .: 'Soheim, Geor,1gi, F1oridai.
A',,l, .~ i.n,l '1 /nn$i re*-. He had
I)1:I Iant (ipor.ttunities of talking
with pr;,,ioent Soul theiners, and
lf:.ii titt im, 4 not r;t praied that
Soithe rn D Cer1Ci, nin (ongres3
Are tikii; th , cr>ut e they ( upon,
the elec,l ion latws. They could do
not.hinrg hic. Seotiauen! in the
South iri Holdly in favor of the
rep1eal of thene lawn. Any South
ei n illeinber mnaking any conce;i.,n
short of ab1,oitte repeal, can never
hope for re-eleetion. le reports
that every Itepublican in the South
is atrongly for Grant, but nays that
(rant cannot carry one Southnu
HAI'rv TuoUOInT.--WO cornine d
to amateur actoi , troubled wi;h
had memorier, the happy idea of o- r
friend C. 'Though still a young
irian, lh0 w%a4 to play the father, and
the dunghter chuncofi to be a very
handsome womian. So when he for
got his part. be could think of noth
ing better than while holding his
"child" to say:
"Kins your father."
And each time when ho felt that
his memory was about t: fail, I.e
would save himself by crying out:
"Coino to my arms, my child."
The hushand of the d:.u4hter was
heard to may that he thought "tho
author repeated himself very often."
GIon. Dick 'Taylor, only son of
Zaohariah Taylor, and a famons Con
federate general, (lied in Now York
on Saturday morning, of diphitheia.
* ~ THE STATE OF SOUTII CARiOLINA,
COUNTYT OF PAIRFIE LD.
COUR OF COMMON PLEA$.
Heonrlotta J. Martin, Plaintiff. agaminuet
- MinSamuel I. (Clownny, Rtobert J1. MIoore,
Martin Y. Milling, W. H1. Rtobinson,
Danvl. Weir, IR. 8. Deseporteu. & Co .
Th'le National Banmzk of Chi estor, 8outhm
Cnrnlina, Hoepkins, Dwighit & Co., 11.
* W. Friedenwald, The Winnsboro Na
tionadl Bank of Winnaboro, Month Carn
I1na, George H. McMasoter and Francls
-(Gorg, as Ansi gneese of Trhe WVinnsboro
National Itanki of Wi:nboro, Soumth
Carolina, H. C. Howard, as Socretary
of the Maryiand(Forttlizing and Manue
facturing Comnp any, and John A. Fraseor,
Defendants.-Copy Sumnmons for RLe
lief. Complaint not Served.
To the Defendants:
Y'rOU ARR~ HEREBDY SUMMONED antd
.L req uiredI to answer the compjlainL
*in thin action, which is 1110( in the ofiloe
of the Clerk of Commaon Plcas for tbo
said county, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the naidh com lint on the subr
scriber at his office, \,Vinnuboro, South
Carolina, within twenty days after the
servibe hereof. exeluive of the day of
such service; arid if you fau to answer the
complaiiint within thes time aforesaid, the
l aintiff in this action will apply to the
curt for the relief demanded in the
Dated 27th Marsh, A. D. 3879.
JAH. Hi. RLION,
To the Defendant, Samuel B. (Olownoy:
. TAKhE notice that the summons in this
action, of which tihe foregoing is a copy,
was filed tn the offloc of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas for the county
antd State aforesaid on the 27th day of
March, 1879. JAMES H RION,
Winneboro, 8. C.
27th March, 1879.
CORN AN4D 'HAY.
JUST?eevd-a the old stand of T.
R. Robertson-8,000 pounds Timo
thy ad - love iays Two Oar Loadts
NORTH QARO .NA CORN.
All of which wi be sold very cheap for
i INTRODUCED. 1805.
'A TORPID bLHI
Is the fruitful soues ofsa2 disease, prn.
,meal amnong-w are ~- :..
DYSPEPSIA, SICK-HEAD4CI$E, 0CO$TIyENE$6
DYSENTERY, BILIOUS FEVER, AGUE EA,
JAUNDICE, PILES, RHEUMATISM, KIINEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
.ftoittwe, butir.U toewith
ithTi ~ ostfi h te paRt,Pan
he rsilEt~ideand under the shoulder
b6de of lfneftaer e.tinW, with a diin
inasn to exertion of body or mind, ii
aity ofhmper, 1,wspirtt.,_ '(A,of
miemiory. with afislng of bavins~ngoeted
@om* dutyGera weariness; bsdes
itins ste laea, Dofi befor* h
over ~~ii _ t_, s esissas
i Thi WARIM Ai UN or D,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
are especially adapted to such
oases, a single dose ofreots
such a change of :feeling as to
astonish the sufferr.
s stempsd.,.ed, andw ubstne thei Tlree
free fress as7ssettetacnfjr
e a.. .e, Veo.,.,d
the entare Sysem. Y7 relievlsg the en
eorned Liver, they ease the bleed
Fr.. el.,so.n...ere adihus mpart
heat ad ritlty I. ti bed7, musaing
The be%'o0 to act aIural7i wltbe.t
which a., . s ean feel welt."
Dr. ZT -eu !!, rte. . rn ; A?..
fr, M t. , Nladew t Yok..
Pre ere wtYoutr) b ooks, ioia,
Ta so eppett, digeut .r n oI eers n
b u i e m e ga nerg . 4 st up pi e w1 I t
I TUTT'S PILLS.
btalrakt effect Is to lsereae she Appeie,
and cause the body to Take n &cesh, bs the
dqtem Is ttrished, ud bt their Teal. Th
tl en on the igestive Ortans, Regul"r
tNea are produced.
DRe J F. HAYWOOD,
O NEW YORK noy be
rebund bute te urenta lteratur cof the
f ermw ao r preservationasell.
Th isnIe doedn the bo thestpl
mos h iandoe and74 Iluabl stLe,d" at
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
Maf 8a Murra tee , New t eek
W Dr. TUTT'A MANUAL of Valuable intec.
Inttonad Usefullecelpt" willbe mafedlrs
TUTTVS HAIR DYEs
t.aoti h esrm pp .t ya,S. i.
OMro., n5 Murray St., New Yor
N OW IS TfIM, OPPORTUNITY
AVAI. M. W.EL BOWN.
ri HISv Ho,suate bons phercondr o
n eatow, offer anm u arnticto.h
public induenty nsurparsed bylort any
mle ihte besnl thepplied. Com
foble oos and poltoiay attenin
Terma- t0o prnri otrperidty. augT-htn
TA ~THE MRBOUND yoIe
prersent or reula beoadi a dpralet
form for prnes,rvaion asoomwell. 'sn
'furpadn Wedne neort ps
where byA. It. STORES,
-nitorter ookinopa Blnkboo;
ItES t 1L(YES
Ten Dosen Brades 00 and 000
iioes. Al., Ten Dozen of the
^elebrated LANES CRESCENT
No. 1 and 2 Hoes which we sold
:at yEar and which gavo satisfac
;ioin wherever used.
Five Dozen Handled Plantati-n
We will sell the abovo goods SF
^heap as any one. Prices ranging
from $4.75 to $7.211 per dozen.
meh 8 F. GERIG & SON.
,Vhether for family use or manufacturing,
in the double-thread, lock-stitch
it will last a lifetime-every Machine
' ilE Yerticnl Feed in the greatest ad.
- vance made in sewing mechanism
4ince the invention "f sewing machinee.
We invite a careful examination of It,
believing no one-can fail to recognize the
.act that it is the most perfect rewing
Machine ni.?de, combining simplicity
,trmngta, durability, and economy. We
do not heritato to claim for the
in addition to its snporior principles,
noro absolute perfection of workmanship
ind more complete adjustability than
pertaitas to any competing maehitie.now
-n the market. Amo g t "1'ardin im
provements is' the Ituproved' Sbu.ttle,
%filled Shank,Needle, Adjustable Needle
Elate, New P'atent ThrNad Controller and
lutomntic iobbip Windet.. Every Ma..
chine is on good substantiaf roliers, for
which there i. no oxtra ehargo. For
tucking, cnrdihg, braiding,qullting,
ufhing, fringing, eitbroidering, shoe
titting. tailoring, dress. making, and
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have the Im
proved Davis Machine in use In Fair.
Mrs. William McNall
Mrs. William D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J1. 0. Rowe.
Mrs -Dr. T. T. Robstton.
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Bulick.
Mrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margaret Alken.
M rs. A .P. Miller.
Mrs. Eliza Williams. *
Mrs. James Q. Davia.
Mrs. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and others.
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$60 a abort time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from.
J. 0. BOAG,
Agenttor' Fairfld County.
Also agent for two other *rst-clasa
machines-- the New American, and Ihe
Call onJ. O.BOAG. and get the best
Family Sewing Machine. made.
Great reduction lin p rices of Dress
Goods, Shoes, Hats, clohg, &e.
Always a full and complete line of
Fan,ily Groceries, Tobacco, tOigars, Con
fectionarles, Fruits &o., its oheap as the
Lumber and furniture for sale low fer
jan 11 3. 0. BOAG.
DON'T buy Gunano, but get Dissolved
dlone to mix with your compost
heaps. Etiwan Dids,lved Bon. for sale
by )teM$ASTESt k BRICE,
~DR. C. THLADD,
ahis professional services to the citl.
geAs of the town adnd 0ty.
Offoc in BakRne tis
ounepdwes andterald ofe .:n
T7 LIG-T(UINflI I
The BEST, LATEST IMPROVED*
and most THOROUCHLY coustructed
SEWINO MACHINE ever invented. Al
the wearing parts arc made of tho DEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEM1'A* D
sa4 Are ADJUSTABLE. -*'
has th a4GZ La uxT oa ig it t hs l
*ast.et Threaded SbI tle.
INE arq?QUND" wlthbes
Lor *IT . ZDING the
Is hass Sag.a.UTMlO W EDt.E It
has a IAL for regulating th'ettiof al
Wp OUlTNO iIt has a AG
A nO der te arm ItI 41A ti
&Q4 hbas more poinus of kXcm1z=1 H tAan
all other machines combined.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
SO.UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
TrIEWL P. r' to >]lee
rig heBpi*ummer. Frfullpat
ular address J. C. MCit*DY & CO., I'h11a4el.
JOU lsON's Ano-iyne Liaim.'n. will pouitlve
ly prevent thistrribl dinease, and will post.
tively cure nine Cases in ten. Information
that w1 I save many lives sent free by m4l.
Don't d lay a moment. Prevention is better
than cu e. Sold everywhere. I. B. JOHNSON
d CO., I %ngor, Maine.
'1 !3N(O f CAPCINE
Thre Is no doubt about the great su
perority ofThi sarticle over commen prous
peast rs, and other external remedies such as
finmens,eletrialappliances, ac. Ask
physicians In your own locality about it. It
inwon derful. Bold by all Druggists. Price o
CHEAPt ST IN
65,11 uprb ug iu BoksAT OURt PRICE I
76,1T6 New Amercan Books AT YOUR PRICE !
115,714 Second-band Books AT ANY PRICE.
Catalogue c# Genreal Literature FEE.
IEGOAT BIOTIIEI, 1 Neekman St., Near
Post OUflce, New YTurk.
AND) ALL DISOR DER58 OF a t I
THROAT AND LCNUS
DR. T. A. 4LOCUN'S GitEAT RB ei i DY
takes ia conjunction with his
(COMPOUND) EMULSION OF PUE
. LIVER OIL MM
and hy'pophosphites of
T.aime anc1. U!ott e.
A F REE BOTTLJg*,','.
plicant. sAndin teir nanme,1.0 A xress
addre~ to Dr. T. A. Blocum, 161 Pearl Street,
SMITH'S WORW O0L.
A few nights since Igave myser one doseof
lare worms. At the same time p aed o1e
dose to my lirl i four y neaod and she
WORM OIL for sale by iMaster B Die.
Prepare 4y Dr. I. S. LNDON, Athens, Ga.
A NIGE lot Of Hamrbu Edg' g.
W E have just received an elegant me
leotion of Spring Print., I,awns,
And are seMiss them at the lowest C ASh
PRICE8,1.1. BEATY & 00.
NO) MORE DEATHS PROM
USE "RED 0 SAFETY -OIL."
EWnon-explosive, ruby red.
.. TL ol is thaniafatured ander
ormma pet, audis uaa eed by
ede &w..f.r re bEW
1s ) awsLasn ZVXZa W=NX AT A9
WINNS BORO. 8. C.
WINNSDORO .UBLISHING CO1
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The aim of the Publishers is to issue a
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To every person making up a club of
ten er pnore subscribers. a copy will b.e
sent free for one year. Theinsmes consti.
tuting a club need not all be at the sam,
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