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Jon PaINTIN.-Our oflice has beeti
fitted with all materials necessary
for printing jobs of every description.
Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation
and Business Cards &c., &0.
Sale Stable--A. 1. Gooding.
A Bargain-Joln Isenhower.
Just lRecived-Withers & Dwight.
The Carroll llouse-J ohii Carroll,
Sr o' r.
Gardeti Seeds, &.-MeMaster &
Tribute of Respeet.-Whinsboro
Lodge, No. 11, A.. F.-. )I.-.
lUp to the time of going t presS
yest!riay Cottoil Vts Cellin L: from
9 to 13A ue.ts.
EW" A nber of immligrant's
passed through this place on WiednCs
day night, lat, ol their way to Chis
0z~ (hief J uscuieo Muses was re
elected by the j)it vote ot' t hIe Gerie
rall Assimbill y Wh 114o1(3 niniber of
votes e::t 127, of wlichl .\ses tO
eeived 123, G ra hiam 2, Mehoni I and
P-:nsoNAL.-W e had a visit yCstCr.
terday Iiom Gil Dixona Fox, Eq., a
prom1inent jourinalist of our ? ate.
Ile is here fur the purpose of report.
ing for a leadivg journal, the trial of
Mr. Duncau for ite murder of Ar.
L. M. IBolick.
Pi.nSoxA..-We haIve hdt(l th
pleasure of a Vii fro.m Dr. 1). M.
Clark for merly of W inishor o, but
more reectly (A Bititimore. lie
canducted the editorial departmeit
of this paper for somre timwe before the
"rnu.--The re-i lrece of Mir. ,Jas.
Gelston was cntircly destu ured by fiie
a few days near Alstun. .ler. (GOI..
tori lost all his provis ors, fur t turI
aid .Clothes, I is fa it. ii bat
eeatrg. Air. Gelsto has t I. e
sympatly of tle ciiire e-> mmuity.
Tiios-: STOrtN ()vr:nco.Ars.--TIh
overcoats of d udge Mlackey, J ude
Magrath), and Baj.Rxter, stojln J
with others from Cul. Ilion's itise k
recently have been recove red. Tihey ti
iero talici from the liisie of C"i -
lotte Maritin near ln1g Ri.
6. Ilr. Thos. Ketehlin while
holi inhg a pistol Satirday, ac id1ntIly
sltot himself through thie fleby part
of the leg above t le k:iee. This
should be a wartling to hio.-e p1.so
who haindl 1 pistols. A strict law 3
shetld le psscd against the ca ry- m
irng of concealed weaponls.
Arnaos-r A Fir.-Thrc-e was a
nari-row e.pe frrm (i.e iOil 3uida
uiight, at the residece of .ialr. .Johin
WI'ilsoni. A bo:<of ashes hatd beeni
le ft in one of the roomts, and, eon
through to lhe f1 or. IHnd the occu
pan to been a bsenit, t he arc icient mighltj
have resulted in thec dsa.u-,ion of
P~Uoasi~tc l'ocourrr:In. -T io dar
keys, of pugilistic prope..sities, e
gaged instiei~tI conmb.. t tuI Tuesd a y
eveuing for the iettlemrenit of a di. I it
ferenrce, the particulars of whichl we
did niot, tearn. At IhIr aprpi .ilh of ai
dfechmenit of iour town polhee, it-e
corclutded tha.t it was t rue n i darm to
aivoid If lrth eiager, ..nd caa M ii uuade
fJ r Le oy I". Youmrr us E-q., of Co
Jli.bia iattegnded3 then recunt lermi ofi
Court As Counsel~ for l iez,'ekilh E
uricran, he well Fustr'inied his ligh re
putattioni. G ile J. Pat tersoni EIsq . of
C'hcester was also iniX Wi nisboro hut
did niot, aippear in Coeu at. Mrh. WX.
I1. Bra wlvy So ici t. ar of th ie 6th
(cireniit is winning gZaldraej'rrop ins.
H is. coluet ini the ene orii r .Sr i..
mtentedl. In all his b'usines, lie dli.
plays legal knrowledIge a i Ineu men,
arid is it forcible spea.ker. ib s cour
tesy towards witne:>scs is worthy of
Er We are pained t. announice
.the dea1th of Mrvs. E. P' Bones rat
Atdgowyiy on the 31st January, at
the adv~anood age a. ninrety yeatr .
Mrs. Uin es was a (litugh te r of llev
Sami'l . Youn rI~one of the first i ilnhi
tants of WVlind oro. The emire
Iramily was reimarkable for extreme
longevity. The deeiised was for
mainy years a membrer of thie Presby.
terianr Church. Thre d iedl if old ag~e.
TJhe day beftore lier d ar Ih shre r. ltedi
tho enLi re hii,toriy of 310. Zionru fromii
the time of its fo.rIudationl to the
p resent. Maiiy fiiendai deplore her
loss. Iaer remins were interred in
thno Presbyterian cumetery tat this
07r On Friday afternoon arnd
Saturday ovenning by moonlight the
firo comipany practised with the enl
gine with the most aatisfaetory re
uiults. From tho cistern near the
Court-House, a stream was thrown
over the arrow on the town oloek
upon the Hotel, and upon Mr.j
he preseint caaso, uotwithstandiug
lie fact of his having been. stricken
rom the roll of attorneys. Judge
laokey thou proceeded to discuss
lie case of ontompt heard before
udgo Carpenter, premising by ex.
retsing his indignation it the lat
r's presuming to grant a pernaission
'hieli eculd only be granted by the
residing judge, and that Mr. You
laus would be permitted to appear
a Couinsellor in the courts of tie
xthI judicial circuit, not by the in
ulgenCe and permi.,sion of Judge
arici.ter bit in his right. as a duly
italiled attoi'ney in all t le courts of
authi Caiolinia, 10.4 hohor remark
I thatl he was well aware that, lie
as-'i in this notiion, :'yinig hiumself
ille to abuse and ill-feeling on the
kit of many persons inl tile St ate,
id ill justice to himself, and in view
tle in :'gn itu dt of th1e is.-u, involv
1, proe'e(1di1 to expiess fully and
reib'y hi. viewVs inl the premises.
atigi 1 at I the beginning of the
l the Citizeo' Saviigs
unk, as instituted by Jto. L. Wait.
]I iif YolI (ility, anid following it
the Ill iled tates Courts District
Ad Circuit, lie proceeded to show
ic tllaicy of the position mi.
ined y Judge Carpenter iu claim.
g for his edurt juridictiol, in
atters of iiwolveney. superior to,
d exelusive of that of the United
ates court, citinhg limily authorities
prove the correctness of his views.
lie leading oiiit (1 his argument
is that the Uuited States Court
matters of w hieb it tilks cogni.
nece, has supreme jurisdiction,
eli though t hiose izsiie are int
ur Io (if adj udiention in ti State
urt, Cspecially inl cases of Banl.
ptey, iuder wNhich falls that of the
1s11is' Saings Bik. lie held I
at Wat son, the origiial petiti on
ag1ainst the baniks lii1 not compli.
with the law in such case made
(I providd( ; aid bience even were
L jurisdiction of the United States I
art n.;t paramnount inl the piemi
:, yet the petitioner had not coll.- a
e.1 wi:h the rules of' the State
,rt.. as fouid in the (A de of Proee. a
:e, and was tiiereoro not. properly
-'y inl Judge Carpenter's Court.
s lihonor held thiat, upoii the very
hiorities cited by Judge Carpenter,
hit ier caiuinot e.! a blishi tie legyai- 4
oh' the po)ition lie has chIoSeLn to a
.ie, in any of the partieubir's im11k-,
up hi dedretal oider. llis lion.
cocludCd ivith nu cloieut dis
Sition upon the rights of* attorneys
I the duty of courts to be slow in
riving them of the right to be I
ird in the imany issues brought into
courts of jistice. Attorneys, he
d6, are essential parts of the ma
eii y of the admiiistration of jus
e, for without their ageniey 1no (an
'I be preenited for the consider. 7
on of ( tle coutls. IIe paid a high
I graceful compliment to the abiti- C
and iitegi ri y of the bar of South
i'iliu, anid eocd his remiarks by
tructin tihe Clerk to eiiter the a
Oseit proceedilgs uplson tle records C
lhe Coirt, nd to st ate theri in that
considleration of tile issues in volv
was unoie by tlie Ciu rtu lpol its
a Lot ion. liThe reiriiks of the
1,e were throughout listened to
lit marked iattei'nii aad rer i ndi.
live of a close investiention of the
itt ers uindor conasideraition1.
Th'le Court theni proeeeed reguliar
wvit tl lie caise of M r. Duncan, and1
1! inldictmelnt wasti reaid to thle ac
sed , lie leadling "not guilty."'
te clerk theni pro(ceedled to emipaiiel
e juiry, and1( a fter seve ral ch Il nge~
u fll oin g juror~s were' sworn:
s. li. A ikcen, Will. Iid3 di, ,Jmi. I).
i.rut (colored), W . J. Crowder,
~o. II. M1cCanits, J. A. er.ey
on, Aqll~a HIarr ii son (coIlred ),
ah lihine, Johni 31,:lanrlkinI and
>hiit C. Clowney. Tfhe solicitor'
id bu lii t tie in( opeuning lie casec for'
eStaute, tLelie vin:g t hi cise of such
nii.tu lii .s to be~ cearly piresentedl to
ej i 'y by lie test imnony tio be ad
ced, and simplly ask inug lie jury') to
aliz'. the imporlitanuhce anid somnity
thei caseC, anld to give thecir ear.''t
d imnpartiah attention to the facts
lhe brioiught for warId . The circum 0
:iiles of the0 ho01miid e lxir.g uco
h heih in the minids of umost of
ii re vhir, we de.n it u'weemr i'
give a recapjituib~tioin of the testi
oiny, It, was substanutialh~ lyta
-iuthit out ait the (CI'oneir's illniuest,
odiied of course by . the cross ex
nination bI ly thaiit of the( 'l'i dfilant
id by the: test imony3' Ii i'o.
.1ced1 respectinig t he eblaracterl of the.
aceased and the pr'isonir rospier Live
.Mr. Youmrans opened~( the au
enter the defencee iin a speech 'of
tie. length, replete with logic, lean
and uilogueneni~i. lie w~as followed
Co'il . Ri,,n in l.is usuul terso anid
rei bh- stle, and Solicitor lrawley
osed the onue for the State ini a
roiig andi ispa~:4Iiinate re'vieo. of
ic facts an d a rguiits on the side
ihe S ate. A fter the charge of
udge Mackey,. the jury retired'i.
boy retiuined into Coni-t ait 90o'clock
l l rida y mof)rino w ith a' verdijet ol
antsIa ughiteri, w ith a recommenl~lda
oni toi lhei mercy of' the Coilrt. Thlie
11d1ge sentIenced~ thle pi ricnr to im.
nii'-oe. t in: lhe peitentiary for five
a:rs. Much101 initerest has1 been
inced ill this case ini all its stiiges,
ii this interest wuas cleatrly shown
thle lo-c attenitioni of the dense
*w dof1 spectators in the Court
(use during thle trial. Saim'l. Saw
ar,.found guilty of petit lareeny,
id recommenlCIded to thle mercy of the
>uiit, wats senitenced to. a fine of
venty-five dollars and costs, or im-~
risoimnt in~ the county jail for sixty
lien Howard, found guilty of
irdetiy, wias~sentenced to pay a fine
f fifty dollars or he imnprisonedc for
ui amonths. On Friday morning at
1 o'elni the onet ndjlunond. to
(urig's building. Two streau)s woo t
thrown simultaunously, ono oil Wood- t
ward & Jetw's building, the other on f:
the Court iioue. b
'ie colored Hook & Ladder Com. t
panly also paraded and and exercised J
with the ladders, John McMillan I
and Phil Taylor exhibited great skill t
iin muiting the ladders. vN
Capt. Hicot is bringing the, fire P
eomaJUny into efliciency. . . I
A N'uIsAxcr..-Vo call tho atten
tion of the town polioe to the frc
JuLit imlisewoiiduct o0! juvenile da1 keys 4
who loiter about the Post Meelic and i,
>ther places, -a1d anioy peO.plo with et
.huir noisy ti1111 sometimes obscen e
alOlaige. 'The Court Llouse yard,
, i., frk-ui'ltly crowdel with thena
the inconIveiece an d cca-sional a
lisgus. of thsue who ure enlied there
Ihar oF .\lk. JolN MCcu.I.v.
. bcos our duty to aunluul - the 1
lath of this (l"d an il highly repect - N
d citizen of' Fairfield, which occIrred i
STue~i:day morniig last. .1r. Me. Q
,uilly had attained the ago of seventyti
be yars, and during this long ;
Sod ie etijoyed the re.tpect f hi'
ca eitiznus, won and initaiined i
y r-e probity whi4 nmAuhd his 6
IterCourAe with his fellow-lien.t
fri StUTIEILN MIJScAI. JOURNAI.. t
-% e h ivo received a copy of this in
xCellent, journal, and cutn nend ..it to zit
ur imusical friends as worthy of Otir 'v
it Ioige. It is a magazine of OVLr
wenty live pagcs, aud abound in ru
hu1iee :.ie al good reatdiig I It j
r 'Ihle price of stb:-eription ' it
.ily $10 Ut) r~ Inl tXut, r ami Io eCh er
et. slb:iber is given as a prmtisiuinl ed
ie minic to the amount, of $, 1.0 .U
MURnEnH AT ; EwAY.-Ifrma- 11Gt
in ha.s reached us of the killinig of* e
ilni (r.:ig by Ft:nk Craig, ho:hil
,Aljr~d. Anl iinst- was h. ld OVPI- ce
lie body (if the dceaesed by Tiida
uzntive. N1arz-ball, onl Wtdne-day Just,)i
ud th jury reIldered D. veIdliet that an
ic decea..ed eain.m to hi;, death from t1th
blow with a sti inl the hands of ty
rantk Craig, inl a dillilty on t Ie ta"l
)L3 iniat. 'Tic nieused h.is been i
m miititted to jill, to wait L.io trial. or
A EV IN G wrI TII. I s Na-A.-- ""a' o
.lr'resOt El Iridge, of Ndew York. de
uiwii as "he PI i in lee Dlineator o the
te P..s:ions," who has during tle Ito
At tenl yerlis or ini ore appear ted be- cli
ire ttidreds of, audicuces in the tic
mIted States, wi'l present hik pCCU '
ar- Entterltain11ient know II)W .s ait
lelpoiuvosiu Carnivail, etc. ty
At the Thespian Ilal, Wii..buro C"
C. n litueday night February pr
J. ''lhe Pogratimme ie will o11'er ofI
t1u1.cmbace Dramatic itatIS,'
Iarnt' Epre.enttion, C 'lsi u
.eeiLS, etc., Ito'Cther twih a por- '
i.k).al of .-The Pai sions,'' ocupy ing Wi
lie lin't hiur of the evenitig, aiter .a
bient with te peuntedl tan itiiur o1 ii
:hich wt~I ill u iltuducd a I ht thle i
I ora1 DlhLai velties of' al initesel y el
umtiorous tu ire, ilols iln ani Evecii' T
aried a Dli'grifa ile of' alblicelnent th
s to intvite. .-miles andl tears Iromn all, .J.
*ieing thle ttaost fatidiious tastea, Si
lie cultiv;ated .l refinied, as well :..
he itnt nored ntin id . F~romit ta perusal Ji
f ''ThIie Prograuui n e'' decsigina tting thie i
heo vantu oU at tres of the I'a.tertain.- N
alit, as well a ts froiin :taingi the lU
'try, strngh endorlemnts Mr.
Gd ridge has reec i ved frtomi emiiIent th
ait ilid that the Ent et itainen will th
iriive onte of' the mia.t intere.,tinag andi di
i'aingh~ ainnotie ntsi of tlhe itsoi, r
od neC 5.rtunl..ly reesmmiieund one o
-caiee.s to not ''flow it to. pass5 by at
heir attentdancee. te
Couni' 1In:.iit. .\londay. State vs dii
tamutelI Siawyer0, Gand4 i nr.'niy --
Juility of Pe i Lceny. Grand t
Jury r'otutrned the followinag Bills:
~ito 4s. llenry Durham l, arson:
l't iii bil. Sitalt vaS. To~by Enitzmoitig- a
ri, a/iqs 'Toby Bookhart, Assa:u!t a
xi tatets.Netl Mrdok C rand Ln cbn:l.
N'o bill. S ate vs. Bent 110ni,
biaieeiy :'True bill. Saev- Vu
Job'ain, Latrceniy :True bill. i
Tuesdaty---Stto vs. Aquilla iih ri
soni, antd .Lom Gladdein, MilalIiious cl
Misc~;hief'-appeal fromt Trial J1usticee. si
NU t:ilty, State vs. lien II .ward ti
Gtiitid Laiceny :Guilty w'ithi ren
]t'ntnenda1thition to tiaorcy State vs.
lohiy Enstzininjiger I lias . Tloby~ B oak- o
Not guilty. ,ti
Wed teoday--The Grantd J ury .1
miade. ltiriliOi prese tent-whlich n4iii p
bte given ini oul next is-,ute. State vs. y
\VIlliamts CJohviin, incety :(Gity. e
Stiate vs. d3am. Bookart et al., ciii- a
sirac~y to retist tfluiier-: N ot (i u il. is
ty, at the rsuggeution of the ~So lici. 'e
Thursday-Upon the inoeting; of y
the Court, at the usual hour, the case a~
of the Stato vs. lHezekiab Duntcani for c
murder was called. Upon tho' in. t
quiry of the Court for the attorneys p
representing the prisoner, Col. Riatn *d
rose and stte~d that he and Leroy F.
Youmans Esq. bad .begn retasinetd., lI
atd that the last named gentlemen o
hal obtained a speoial peormis~sion :f,
from Juduo Carnetitor to appear in 1l
meo, on Monday, 2d prox. at 10
AIEETING OF TI(Q TAXPAYERS.
Pursuant to the call of the Exoou.
Live Committee of the !axpayers'
convention, a moot,iog of th tax
payers of Fairleld inut in the Town
Hlall on Monday the 2nd February.
Col. B. E. Llkiu was called to the
chair atid It. MAons Davis requested
to not as Secretary. Capt. 11. A.
Gillard was callcd upon, and in a
short address presented the object of
Lite mecting. Mr. T. It. ltoebrtson
offered the full,wing preauibl and
lIhercus, ait a moting of tle Exo- )
autive conuwiittu of the Tax-payers
UoilvLntion held in Cha.rle'ton Jan.
I :i.h a call was issued lui a btate
uoaveition to be held at Colunabia
I7th Fobruary next, the,eloro
PC it Rcsold, That this meeting,
-epresent the Tax-payers of Fiii feld
.ounty, n(,w proceed to tie clection
>f four additional delegates to rep.
ent u. in the approaching State Con.,
,enition. This was amended so as to
'cad "three delegatesi and seven ad.
litional delegates. The solution
V1s thenil Udoptetd-. Mr'. I. E. EllisoU
iffered t motiou that a coImmnittee of
ive be appointed to nominate saii
lclcgates. The chair appoinied the
'ollowiug Committee, I. E. Ellison, S
Far. P. Aiken, Dr. T. 11. MAKinstry
I. M. Lemon, and J. I. Dellaney.
['he coinittee after consultation
unde the following nominatios.
Regular delegates-Judge J. M.
u-! lI.i, Col. .. E. Elk in, Capt. 11.
Additional dolegates-J'.s. R.
Liken, Thos. 1uLKint.,ry, D),. John B
Vall 0-,, I. 3. Lama:r, 1'a:lvin Brice
'hos W. Iabb, Si. G. If. MeMaster.
'he repolt of the coutiiittee was
The (onvention then adjourn1 IV
l'jee t to tle call of tle chi airm'niai.
B. E. ELKIN, I
RL. MEtANa4 1.tvia, See.
Iie uectiiig develoi ed considera
e spir'it arii shuwed t but tie people
-0 inoviig. God sleed the woi-k.
S A L E,
I n. Pi o1NG,
VINO disposed of my Livery infer
estI to 11. T. Terrill. I will keop
instantly onl h11nd loINes Jim! mlets for
lie. Pariies in want. tf !ood iteek will
t well 10 give tie it call.
I have al-o opened a Carriage, 13umg ..
nd Waggon Fnetory. All work neatly
xeeuted and warranted. Give ie a mall.
feli 3 A. F. GOODING.
li' uidiersigii-d otfers for soae ene fir
I t een holse power :stenlt iEn ngine, Witih
riI \Mill aitaheled, at a bigai.. 8nid
*.iineiiiid illill eii heQ 'ein iat my resi
b-*e iniles no0 i becasti of Wii nboro, oni
he ii. ky Mtui titiml
feh b '-jm JO lit N I SE-N JlO0W il R
Il'll -rteen Siemis anid Onion 8etts.
il ed Linseed (ill andt l'ainiis,'jns rciv-'
d. .\leM.\STilit & 1111tii.1
CAIIWLL II USIE,
U3LACKSTO (CK, S. C,
'18ll I1. The olj nlgiuri.ishied with the
JOllN CAItOLLI, -
j an o9-m iPIropijet or.
rliblite~ of epet.
AT in.regul.iir comui'inti onii, of' jauns,
.o die 2 rbl <Iy) of .lannaryvv A. D). 18-7.
ui. reatoiution)s were ui nainiiuly adipl.,
\Vhiereis it haiin p'ensed'u thei Su prm'e i
mo 've tr->mr our miy'-iIc c'ir'let our welliI be,.
lovedi 'iiil est eeed brotheir, Will lim (.
(ieig. who,) thuiis reileased'i from Ithe toils of
thi' earthilly oxisitenic, has1 gone Ip enjoy
the welI deserived real friom hi s lbors in
thie Celes iaI .odge' iabii.ve : Thceefore
lle8olVEd, Tha n theI n dea thI of firol heri
WVillham U. (1erig, W~iinshoro I -otge, No
II, A.-. F.- .-. hiii' been her-eli. of a
mlember, w ho hadi enideared hiiimself to "us
by his unirsivei iand ijpiel y.ni for the
wclftare au-1 proispei(i y of ii his Lodge, anid
whlose i e-riciter, ndurned with ai Mi Iasoii
Vi Itnes, was a briighit examle d to his
J/'eo/erd, Thaiii >.s t token of' respect to
Sihe miimory~l ofI o r idecensedq bther~ li, the
emiiblemis anid regialin of Ithiis loidge be aI
drapieid ini mourin g for the0 spaice of i ir
Ji'csolvedJ, Thatii thir preambile nnd reso.
lotions be ptliihedi in them WVIN~nono
Nrws, and thiat a copy of' the samec he
transmsiitted to the bereaved famnily of our
WM. N ClIANDL~lsR,
(('opy fram minntes,) J. C. Sotr,,
Jan'y 80th, 18'74. 8oo'y.
TIlE flUlAlTilES nad INDUSTItlES.
Carolina Military Institute
T III 11 n titute with Its departments-.... '1
..Preparatory' And (Colleglate-is now t
In full arid succes~fsu oper'ation. it con--- e
talns now. antd progl'ekslvo features, In 1
odution nti t0 ralinim'g.'
The next term begias Fobl'-nary 14th,
Bend for Circubara, Address,,
jan 21 annaorintnnn
IECE I VEDI
Goodrich, Pink Eye and
Early Rose Potatoes,
icon, Flour, Sugar, Coffee,
>aps, CaIndles, Starch &c.,
ich will be sold at lowest
arket rates for CASI !
Withers & Dwight.
0 M I 'V~ E- D I
)N, Tierce new 0ice,
f wo IBarrels new crop N. (). M~olasses.
DMne Puncheon Deminriras 'Molasses,
One IIlid pure Trinidad Mulasses.
Two illid . If. Syrup.
Three lloxes Gunpowder and Young
Chcese, Crackers, SLigar, Ceffee, &o.
LOW FORL CASIH.
deo 80 BIEATY & lito0.
T1O ALL THOS10E
. amlf ptetreae to make and repair Grist~
ills, tad repanir old Gii.s. ALSO to do joba
Lrk of any kind..
UNDERTAKE R'S DEPARTMENT.
I N this line I keep consi ant ly on hnad
fuli supl~Py of( all sizes of( ahe Melie
ati Cases Wainuet. Cases,-I Cuael s, an ad
inn ('ollin at t he Ole stanad kno as ~
J. WV. McCIIEI0 WIT.
dee 18 6mn
.i VERY lo know Ithat I have just
r'ececived a full zassorteacent of
FltENCIH CANDIES I
Plai n Candies',
Coanned (o ads,
, Ith kery of
[ount Zion CollegIate lwIstile.
i'NNSBORO, S. C.
TfilE FIfasT session of this In
sttution for the year 187-1, will
begin ' on 'thne 2d of February
nods. Th le advantagesa oO'ored
by this School are equal to any
ri the coutntry. Thme atmales etnbrace a
Lill high aoohool coturse ofthe usual Sniglisht
ranchos, together with Latin and Gr'eek.
'h0 patronago of the publi~o generally, and
lie ealigso of Failrfl especially, is ro
poelfully solioited. Parents are eri'heate
7.requteted to enter paupils at. the begin
ling ofj' the s*ov0', in order that olassea
rinybeorg'anIsed i romptly..
&* Rend for Oltoular,.
VO now offer our Stock of
Boos ad Shoes,".
A T3 O-R 3EU AT W
Special attention called to one
Lot of Siawl, olered at COST
Ono Lot of Cloaks oflored at
cOST ! One Lot of Clotinu-,
onsisting of I Lindsomc Cassi
meeI s, Fauicy CJassimuere
Pan d Black Cloth Coats
TO CASH CUSTOMEIIS
WkODWA I1) & LAWIV.
FALL AND WINTER
DANNENBERG & Co.
N EAR POST OFFICE.
Wc an e now prepaired Io closec ot ont en
t'.e stock, regairdless ofcosi. ns we
of Spring Goods. We' will give
y oulallihe~ iadva as t h at ii
ptossibly caun be (oler'
edi ini der tJ& o
lo .i u
1D!M ENSE SACHIlFICES
IN ALL I.INI.S 0O'
CALL. ANJif MEIC FORl
J\ 1I,L who gave mes thieitInoles for Cat
that1 thr no11 11es0 are duo on (the fi rst day
of Novembeur ne(4xi, ned are IC i my hatnds
for c olleIlotn. Tho (so whIo govet me2 tir
noies for' Colt on Fo.t I, * ill fint hI elt irntets
at theo Expresus otlie. [ hope fer a pr'omp
pnyment of bothi
oot 1i JNO, 11. CATIICAURT
UAR A ND COFFEE~ I
t DlL. Powdered Sugar.
16 bbls. Crushed, Extra 0. and Dea
rara Sugars, Prime RI&t. Coffee, in store
and for salte by 5JE A TV Y & Ito.
AlL persons indebted to us eithier by
Noto or aecoutnt, past due, are hereby
notlIlod that prompt, CA BR payment, is
now required or other atit actory 30t111e
ment he mande immediately. Dusiness
neceseity compels us to muake thsleademand,
and we hope all interested.yIll come for
ward at onco and save u rthaer trouble.
1an 13EA TY & IJRO.
PROMPT SVTTLERENT RE.
P AR'I'l S Indebted to the undorigned
.Leither by notes or open accounta
are ONCE MORE requostcd to come for
ward and settle their indobtednoss. Thoso
remaining unsettled on the 1st of Decem
ber next, will bo placed in the hanuds of an
Attorney, and their collection forced by
0he usual legal courso.
Cotton will be received at market price,
>r Ield until better prices prevail.
This notice is final, and those iutcrctc(
ivillsavo money by hooding it.
T. R. R1OBER'.SJN.
-/onuisting of Walnuto Chanher uits,
nint ed (ottago 8tils, Parlor Suits, Wal
ut,, Poplar and 'iie Wardrobes, S ido
onrdsq, Safes, Secretacries, lu.renos, Was11
lands, Tailes, Biook Rlacks, Towell linecs,
id 11all Itatcks, Dosks, Cots. Ianirv,
aino Stools, SofNS. Lounges, .t ilgeres.
ook (Cs.esm, Coltifer Ncols, Bookkeepers'
tools, Cribs and Crndles of the very lirsi,
,iality. For Design anud Workin iship.
ne1iled, which 1 offer I Col(uI mnhin. nIid
unlesion Prices. -aveyoou freight bills
ly buying at HOGME 1.
) a l i styles made of hard Sothern
WnOd , and wiarranilted to give enore sais
act ion. Use economy and. buy the bes.
N~OY(eI Wire Mattrt-S~t!N
l'IAAIT will last a life time. They aire
uomflorttle, durable, elast ic antd cleanly.
1 NJ) I air Top'Mantlleie. Our prices a
icyomd cnnmpet ition oft he the viamto quaoi.
Mirrors and Piet ures for nle.
Furiturl ntl ItepnII.ii.tedl at odernr o
urices. Pioturel itirames made(4. to adder
sept 25 11. WV. Pill 1.1,11 8.
WATERS' 40NCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
-lan style nail perflet
11n 14on3 ever aande.
- Tian CO.NCltTO
eiver placed in any
Orgnair. oItr sipolca
* tyun eio rn et
'hif rer, pectal.
ullNs s i a I-o
TATIOIN of th.e
( 1 lElnnaan Voice
A GREFF MA - 0*RAE
Brodwa, N .,WAT dvoE./ P& S ON8
Ga(LlEJ A N~h of fIrst-clas. sitan er,in-~i.
ddflng WATI Il'a eg xtIrnsel y lowV
prieM for ensilm. or part cas/i, amd la.nce
. anuati naotila lpamnn'. Newl 7-00*.
tamve first-class IANON4 nll naneral
isup~.rovensentNs, for *g75eroh.,,ane., 4.
Octave.S7O. DOlJRBEI..Nimb A 4H
EaANSdfstopu, si to; N Htosu, *t125.
Jlstrauted O1nies uinlal. . A h'urlie
discount to Mdinisters, l(hinuhr.Ie y.chools,1hn-m
s'eranace sec4Uuu. dtc. AEJEN4T8 WANTE'ID.
Uurl0tte, ('ol umtbini, & A ugusta
Uoau~tuA, sNov. 4 18'i3.
r "118 following Passenger Schiedule will
1. be runa over this roa.1 on and aufter
MOND)AY, 20th instant:
D)AY TiRAflN--00INQ NiohITJ.
Lecavo Augusta, at 6.80 a ta
" Columbiai. 8, C., 3! 6 8 a ot
" Wlnnsboro, 2.441 a an
" Chester, 4.28 p na
irive at jharlotte, N. C'. 7j.08 p us
DAY TRAIN--OostC SlEUTU.
Lestro Ch~arlot'e, N. C. tat 7 0fl a mi
" Chest er, 9I 54 a mn
'' Wagtnsboro, 13.41 a ii
" Colutubia "2.48 ans
Arrive at Auaguslst 8.05 p us
NIGHT T)AIN-~JO0tNQ hOn'TII
t4eave Augusta 4.15 p in
.- Cl. mhia, * t 87 p a
". Winnsboro, 1i 88 a nm
"t Chester, 2.28 e n,
Arriffo at. Charlotrlo, 5. 18t -.
arOIIn' maAINs-001WG soUTH.
Leeve Charlotteo, 8.810 p us
" Chester. 10.58 p an
'r Wlnnibboro, 32.Si I m
", Colupbia, 8.40 e 115
Arri eat Auguvae, 8 46 o, n
JAMES ANDERI 'i)N, Oen'l Supt,
E. R. DOnIsMY, Oenoi al'1eket AMea