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JOB PnRNTINd.-Our ofice has boon
ftted with all materials necessary
for printing. jqos of every description.
bills, Lettej roads, Posters, Invitation
and Businesa Cards &o., &o.
Fairfield Fire Engino Company
John C. Squier Sec.
Vocal Instructin-J. u. Lowery.
Triumphant-H1. B. Refo.
Dentitry-Dr. Isaiah Simpson.
Notico-Geo. W. Barber & Co.
Administrator's Notico -J.eues
4.Etrayed--N. 0. Robonton.
) ry Goodw-MuMatstr & Brice.
Here it oomes, there it goes-Beaty
g- The roads are In a bad fix,
.espeoially those leading from Winns.
boro to the Rocky Mount cruntry.
gr We her'e that 'ell's Bridge
in still unfinish d, and travelers -are
-much annoyed in consequenoo. We
ball on the Commsuissioners to hurry
up the Job.
The seventh of March Is the
last day for paying taxes. After that
,day, the penalty attaches. There
will be no further extension of tiio.
Oj John Green (colored) acci.
dentauy sho& biiseif-in the thigh on
'fuesday. This is the third accidetut
of the kind in the past four months.
g' Mr. Jno. C. Buchanan, r.
neiphew of Dr. R. A. Buchanan, of
VWinn boro, is associate Edittr of the
Quaitiman (Texas) News, a stirring
weekly, devoted to the intetets ot
Texas. We wish him bucees.
PARADe.-The Ilook and Indder
Company paraded in full foreb onl
.:uesday afternoon. They are a
ptmalwNrt set of fellows and will do
good work at a fire.
. 0 Sunday and Monday were
t-eal summer days, and we niewv
thinking of disposing. of our fi.e
wood at a sa'crifico, But . Tuesday
night ani Wednesday were cold and
rainy. Spring is not yet here by any
rg Rev. C. E. Chicho!stor has re
turned from an absence of two weeki..
-lis health was in such a conditiin
that hi ongregatiun pi evailed on
11ih-to take 4 litile resti He coens
Sack mucl iiplroved.
fTR Farmers are busy, makii!
arrangements with the mea chaus for
supplies this year. P'rovi.ions are
scarce, and there is every prospect of
a hard year. We warn all persons
to practice the strictest economy.
4-The stores of Bleaty & Brother.
gnd Donald Macaulay were entered
by Burglars on Wednesday .nijjht.
A few articles were taken from thme
rfr me store. No clue as to who the
guilty parties have as yet been., ob
- 0^ We are pleased to learn thant
thme Carolina Military Institute new
contains over a hundred Cadets :In
a private letter Col. Thomas wvrites,
"Fairfield is represented by Cadots
Moore, Bratten and Caldwell, a
'Ba fh'o venerable Rev. John
Baehman, . Ph. D., D. D., L. L. D.,
died on Tuesday in' Charleston in his
eighty fifth. year.. He was a leading
divine in thd Luthoran Church, 7and
o'minent for his purity and learning.
lie was also a naturalist of. distinc -
tion and wrote many works.
0James D. Fraser Esq., is back
on a visit to the Boro. - The Uills
of Edgeffeid possessed for .hini ani
*attraction he could not resist, and he
has moved to that County. But
while identifying himself with now
scenes he remembers his "native
heath;" and old cronies. We wol.
come him. --
Si- On another pago will be seen
the Mammoth advertisement of
D.annenberg & Co. These gentlemen
have but lately seti1od in our midst,
but have already exhibited a remark.
able degree of,. energy. ..-Read -their
advertisement, and if there .is ,any
tiing in it you do not understand -call
on .ttcin at theli- store for an expla
Ofr Mr JohnA. Moreso succeeds
Mr. WV. HI. McCawas Columbija Cor
respondent of the News tand Courier.
-Mr. M1oroso is a gentleman of .ability
and hee for some time-been engaged
upon the editorial staff of the Ne ws
and Courier, The News and Courier
has been gallantly leadinig the van
in the attack upon official dishonesty.
Maty it live and prosper.
Ofr Oa Thursday a number of
perhons from the Country, some from
S as distaupe.,of twenty . miles . were ini
the Treasurer and his assistait wei
awry and tie offico was closed. Th
is a great inconvenience, ospociall
as the timo for the payment of t'iZ4
is drawing to a closo.
0) The following gentlemed con
poo the Executive Committee of tI
Taxpayers Co'uvotion, which a
journed subject to their call.
Jus. theanut,',ohnson Ha'goet
.Jno. L. Mann ing, A. P, Aldrioh,
Y. Siion.4, Jno. 1). Wylie, J.. -1
Screven, J. A. Hoyt, Win. EIliot
M. L. Bonham, ?Il. C. Butler, Jn
Brrattozi, Win. Wallace, C. S. Brie
.J. J. Lucas, B. H. Wilson, It. A
Si ms, W. H. llolcomibe, P. W. Dav
.o0, A. D Frederick, T. B. Joter.
g A man named John Georg
anMd claiming to bp a graduato 4
Emory College, a !-:in-ralogist, an
correspoadeut of Pomeroy's Deuc
crat, has been swindling Abbevill
hotel-keeprs. Ile is abont fortj
fivo 3oas old, has black hair, at
a wounded leg, and is intelligeul
I)says t he Abbeville Press au
Banner. L.>ok out fur him.
- In another column we give
brief sketch of the late WillitUa I
MeCaw. .M r. McCaw Icft a wife an
throe siiell . obildron entirely it
provided for, when it lay -in h
power to leave them in affluenc<
The Taxpayers Convention resolve
Lhat a subscription should be ri'ie
for the benefit of Mr. McCaw's fatni
ly, as a testitnopiral to th43: di
Litguislhcd services he ad reidere
tlie State. We trust that this ca
will meet a hearty* and generou
response on the part ->f our people.
Antousi) ToWN.-The work o
Calpt. Ilrdtiei's new rehilenoe- 0
Main St. is being rapidly pushe'for
ward. Quite a faroe of carpenters i
Mr. T. R.ss Robertson has estal
ished a )riek yard on A.lleni's lranell
and-is preparisng to erect a' residenc
Mn Mail in S't.'o-i (be corier opposit
.\;. McCantm' house. The locatio
isa do.irable one.
The council is havitig gravel pn
1ont the -ticet.. A much neede
'le cistern near the court house i
said to have Npru;g a leak.
Not much cotten selling nowadayb
0T Capt. James lieaty Vres slight.
y wounded on Ft iday, while atteipi
ing to arrest one of tie burglars wh
bad broken in'o his store. Frida
le:saning thte n he eb.utsof ths Irrt
;Ire, lhe wok out a warrant, at.d wit
D ly it) Ilei-, ro. ceded to ireu
Leml). They were overtalken a
Woodward'm T. 0., and arrested in
1rowd of' ab11out L d zen mhen.- .
Koller t.ook onei in hiarge and Capi
o13atN the tuer. Oil being to "ecu
Ialonig," the burglar drew a pitol li
firei, infligtinag a flesh wountd in C'api
lie~rty'&tl ef'tgd e. :and thetn took Ie
1::ii!. Mr. Keller had Lthe only pits
inail o pat ty,itand wvith this covered thi
other burglaur, so that the iirst on
eactaped. (One 'was, brought to jai[
Tlhey are l'otha colt:ed and st ranget
to this part of thet coutttry. Capi
l3eaty is walking itbout aaol exper
enees no seritus effectJs. lIe mando
iarrowv ecapo, ran th'e ball parse
withbin half an inch of It!.- lung.
Tnis lunatr. Canoy.IsIAN.-TI
Mrarrch nuimber of the Rural Carrolit
ian is on our tabtle, with its chara,
teristi cs promitptniess. T1ha nlumtw
like its predrec..sora', is replete wit
information which makes its regulh
mtonthtly visit so welcome to the boa
of the farmer. The articlea genor~a
Iy emtanat e from thle penas of practici
formaers, whiose familiarity with Ul
subjects on whaich they treat is poa
truayed itn every line and word. W
give the titles of a few of th leni
ing articles in the number before us
Labor-Saving' Machiinery on tL1
Farm ; Some Methods of Irrigatiol
Illustrated ; Ploughs and Ploughtin
AgaiQ; Dignity of Labor and tLI
Importance of Knowledge ; Ilinats t<
wards Rational Farming ; What en
be doneo in Ntorth' C~roliina ; Aci
l'ho phate a~nd Cotton Seed Compso
etc. Besides the sescral departmen
of theo Matgsyzin are.. likewise lille
withuseful iunformaation, making Lti
Itural as we hate' often said the tuo
valuable agricultural publicati<
issued in tho .Southtoru States. Til
terms $2 per anntuim.
Fairfield Fire Englna Comn;n
r [i!E reftubar Mionthl# nfceIing et I
aboave Co.mnpaU will he held ini :
Townt ii all, oa t''day evening tex t,t
6th ittsiani it 7A ('clOelk
A ~~ fultl nd tactun..j i'ltenduane
earnestly requested, as buasinesis of ii
porfiance will be tranuaeted, and Do
will be calleeted.
By order of ifii',Prasideni,'
JOilN C. SQUIERL.
r iIE lerm of doent lnstrnaetiont (24 1<
I sans) comn men -ea at the W in nsbo
Seminary on Thuiraday a fr. Mlarej '.
and lyPnrdty '.\lirch 131 hi ni 4 tindi 7 p.
respee.ively. Tickets $8, book 75 eeri
paynble ott j 'inaiing. flar free art. anid et
Tihuirsdlty .\aceht 5th arid 6t. All p
tenis ini tt es1ed- in th la niotiul.Ion of tI
voice and siingiing, aro lneiled. Ticke.
taitd books enn be oabtailred nnaj day
te Semtinnary between 9 and 8 r. u.
1S EEG ERS 1Lnger Beer excelq any yet in
yJ ftroduced and Is ltEE OF A LCOllOL
Two kegs of the abovo on draught at the
liampfle Rtoom of
feb,28 . H. B. RIEFO.
CH ARLOTTE, N. C.
E3, SPECTPULLY informs the citizens
and publio generilly-1 nt he will visit
Wit nsboro 8. C. Professionally the 6th of
t, March and romain 10 days.. Those who
wish his services wl govern themnselves
accordingly. SATISFA4CTION GUAR.'
1N 0 T 1. 0 E
SrE iavo a lot of choice Liquorm, -on.
- sisting or tie following br inds :
e Zeigler Rye, Fine A pple Brandy, N. E.
Rolm, Blackberry wine, Corn Whiskuy.
*Alonougubela % hiskey, (Jin, nnd a stock
d ofOroceiese, c'nsisting of Sugar, Tolao.
. ca, Soap. Star.h, &o., &c , all of which vill
d he sold low for ensh at the store one
door south of 1i. F. Davidson's.
GED)I1GE W. BARBER & 1 0.
a feb 20-1m
- Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE I% hereby given to all whom
it ny concern. thit. I have filed
m my final return na Administrator of the
Estate of A. It. Beaty, decensced. in the
oflice of the Judge of Probate for Fairfield
d County, and have petitioned for a linal
Th eifore the kindred and creditors of
A K. Beaty, deceised. are all hereby no.
l ilied to appe'ar before the Court of Pro
lbale onjhe 26th of March next ensuing.
nnd show cause why said discharge should
not be granted. JAS. 11 1EATY,
Adm'r. of A. K. Beaty, deceased.
T fAKEN up by me on the 21it ,of Feb,
. two horses, one a gray horse, the
other a bay, with a white streak on right
ti ide. 'I he owler Cn obtain the same Ly
proving property and paying costp.
-L "1EfuN Tl10ON0,
To"wnship No. 1, Fairlield Co.
1 STl AYl fromt ny pl .ce one bay
121 Mn ro Mule three years old, -nedium
mze. N. marls. Aiy informnition con
t cerniig her %% herenhoutts will be t ianlikful
ly received. N. C. ROBEItr80N.
feb 26--12x1 .
DRY GOOD !
Bleached ilonestuns, Nico Black A'pacen
Plaid l-*acspu n s,
Sewing Rilk, &a.
McMASTER & PRICE.
t feb 26
Here it Comes!
'i1Car Load Itaiy Just Arrived
2 Casr Loads ,Corna Just in,
a L aroad Melarriving to-dcay.
8 IIA MiES,
- . BACKBIANDS, .
iWfILL BE S(OLD LOW7 FOR OASHX I
r IBEATY & UnOW.
~ feb 26.
JBLACKST'OCK, S. C,
N EWt L' RUlL nud -NP.\'-Y' FUJR.
'NIilED 'The pu'bl ic fuinishted with thle
0 best thei.. market it'rds..
JOllN CA RiOht,
, jan 20-h:n Proprietor.
W \. E. AIKNN, M. D.
8 r]II subscriber ,hnving. piirrohnsedl the
(d .L. stock ofCI~ Durs and Medicines of
o lossrs. Ljadd! l:o'hIe rs, will devote his
t imie and attenatipn t o thme Drug~ buasiness
at i- legit itmae detaila. Parmptne.~ss,
ct re and at ettion ti b le givena t o the
0 dispensing or Mledicines, which cnn be
had at all ti mos, and of atandardl pumri y.
feb 7 W. E. A IKEN.
ie Ji -a gs ;.E.t. i -' c%. Z
- " "' " Flour--al) grador,
s- " " " Bacon and Lnrd,
'ht 25 bl. of E.iting and Planting Pota
te toes, all of vwhichm will he sold1
-LOW FOR OASH I
BEATY & BROL.
a E c E. I V E p
LANDREri's G arde
Goodricb, Pink Eye an<
Early Rose Potatoes,
acon, Flour, Sugar, Coffee
soaps, Candles, Starch &c
vhich will be sold at lowes
narket rates for CASH I
Withers & Dwight,
"xt!ra.ct from the Atlanta Herahl
Fe bruary 1, 1871.
Ge1origia ,;I:tte Agrieatiral4.ft,
ec. Office. Atlantna Ga.. jain. 27, 187-1. j
lo the Lditor of the Herald :
At the hnAt meeting of tIra State A.gricul
altl society, there wats imlposed u101pon til
.teretary the duty ot obtaining sainple
f all C'omimercial Fertiilizers exposel to
alo in this State, and sending t ho sonm
o the Atinlytie;l Cheinist in thie. Stam
ollcge of Agriculturo nud tihe Mechani
Lrts at Athen1s, fo anal'se.'i iestimation o
alue. I have, therefoi e, obtainesi nit
ent to the Chemist, Prof. Widte, Bamliple
f imlost of the leadiiig 0ua1tnos and Phl'o.
liates, lihatm ne sold in this Sato.* It. i
roper fe say here thot fiieo sample
eie i ahon -y nyselfin pe'rson. from th
mik. inl the warehouse wh e1re they weI'
tred, Stnd 11111. in Uir-tighlt ytas-s jar.
1h" nnnly1pSs wvere iS-ade1 1-Y liumlber-, thl
'lemist not knowing the nalie of tl
r I ic'es or from whlion it. W-ns .ohiniiled
'lie niies of1, (if the -IFert iiliz r
orrie0psnding with (the inuber s.t 1
he C helmist, vere0 pr-eser'ved in tmy office
live rvcived fromI tlhe Labor.t ory.'of thI
et College fhe followin *g resul:s of th11
miivlyes of r*tilizers, as Iorn in I bl
ne'lo ' u report. of Pro'f Wh Ii3. The en1l
midat ion ofthle t 'ommtterciaI v.auilue, ineb
fing ;rcfit on mamn iu'mr', gives as t h
ash vahtI, for wich thi Ie articles sitotil
ic sold in Sav nnahi. as t'ollows:
I'tlwn Disslvedc' Bone, per tn $'4 8
soluble 1"acin'c Gunno, "' " 31t 7
4ea Fowl (Ginnio, " " 47 9i
'nglishi lisod Bonte, a " '47 8
't iapsc~o Gunito, " "~ 125 7
hes('apeak( (Guano, '' '' 2
Purtichasersm of Fer'l iilZ-rs ennf comipar
lhe calcuinrtedl t'oitmeri'als v'alue Iiith iih
telling price. Tl'.o 8mtte Agrietliur
0(cty' wiil pubillish fc r t ihe tinehlt oif thi
>latt er's thle anialysies of other .Fecrtilizer
LBSsoon as reccivoul.
AM. .(NNON, Sec.
By this compar'iscon it will be seen thn
lhe .den lowl Guian is ontly so'd at $2 0
oter ton more lihan thei eipltion on th~
:~ommiercial valute and thIiat lie Et iwn
tunno is soldl Si : 92 mtorc tha nt thIt osli
nnt ed comnmerc ial valune moaj,ing a difi'ei'
mece in fav~o'r of th liea 1:ol091 against th
Biswnn I of i 85 por't~lI tion : i iat s'l lini
at $5.0 enili art.d lie Seas Fowi sellini
it 4>0 00 yet t he cheittnis t vahn Ies thle Sr
'iowl at $,85i miore t a lihe FEtiwan. fTh
omtpar'ison with thu Po.lile Ptacifici
'ver greater in fav or' of the mSea Fowl
lie Sea Fowl beiiig viluedi at $1"3 16 pc
F'ifi. tons of sen Fowl for ale by
(Tworl newi fcr>.O Molnsjes.
Otto PitnchientI)o emr'ras alintea.
Otte1 libd pitri lTrintidlad M olasses,
Tlwo Iilibds 8. II. bfn.
Three Uoxes Gunipow~der and Youn
Checese, Crackears, stguar, Ceffeo, ko.
LOW FOR CASH.
(deo 30 Il:ATY' & lIt IO
-'\. T IlE tindersignted respee
fully infati ma his. friemt
and the travelinrg pubai:
liat lie t's remove~d to. that hurge at
.onmmodiouis hiouse forirnerly known na i
''Fairfield I Ioter'where he will be prepar.
o ente'rtn tltem as hiereofoi'e. TI
pattr'onngo of toy fellow cit izenis of Pairfial
ninrticutlarlf- tsohiiedu. To boih Itransict
nd r'egttbir' hionrders my termsti will I
M. L. BROWN.
(w Var loads white Cbrn,
White and mixed white Oats.
White and smoked Blacon.
Canvassed and uncanvassed sugr ou
Choice N. 0. M
Choice Buiekviioat Flour.'
All mi'les:NaIlls, horse and mule Jhi
Lard in bble Kegs aud Buckets.
D. R. FLENNIK EIN.
have now en han - a porton of i
spring stock, with more to arrito so<
I have a nico lot of
Plow Steel and
Plow Moulds &
- Wili a full-inuo of hardware to. arris
soon. Leathers coistantly on hand.
ALL GOODS LOW FOR CASH
J. M, Galloway,
MOT AND SHOE
Very best Nlechantics.
the C01ounry, I feel w
-4 ranited ill saying tha11t
1 can furishu as neat 110t
or 8110a as any Sh
in th.Sonth. All wo
wnrrantited to givr itisinction. My 81h
is lext door to F. Gerig's Satidlery
innr 9 -S. -7M. G 11L BE RT.
DANNENBERGf & CI
R ..7 1~SECTFU1LLY request, to infoi
the public of IFnirflehd County that a hi
have reccived their full Spring stock of
N OTIONS &
Having )'ought these goods at imm~er
low rrieta for CA~il we will giveo
buyer the benefitot the same.
Don't faillto read our monitous ativi
tisctlent a:4 ptile list tilaL will ho pr
(CALL1 AND SEE
DANNENBERG & Co.
i. 4EAlt TilE-POS'P OFFICE1
e LL.T who gave me their notes ro~r Ca'
d . lina Fertillirr are boreby nlotil
a ihat their no0res nre duo on tihe irsut<
d al Novemuer next, and are in my hat
it for collect Ion. Thiose who guve. me thm
eF nlot es5 for Cot tont Foodl, will faund t heir no
at the lLxpress (.iliee. [ hope for a pror
payment of both.
I*.t 1 i Jun 1. 'OATHrun 1o
OWING to the low price
Cotton an.d the great scarci
of - money, we now of'er oi
entire Stock of Goods At e
treinely low prices. Especi
attention is called to our ver
large Stock o
- Dress GOQods,
Goods, boots, Shot
Hats and Caps, and a splendi
hle of Cassimeres, all of.whi(
,y we offer at pallic prices and
" suit the times.. Come with tl
CASH and get BARGAINE
ALL those indebted to
are urgently requested to con
1urward and settle up, as y
are greatly in need of ruone
MMASTER & BRICE.
411RE CE IY ED
Early Rose and Goodri<
Potatoes, White and R<
Onions, Pearl1 Hommiy, Ne
Sug5r Cured Hams, Frei
Bolted Meal, ,Granulated ai
On hand, a selected sto
of Family and Plantati
Groceries, which will bie so
cheap, for CIASII and als
* T. RL. ROBER"..60)K
ho POT.A.T~ES I
b- ci hrrel4 soleeled planting potal
of the followinig kinds.
FORl SA LE BY
R. J. McCarley.
* D. L AUDE RDALE'8.
-o,. I.T. the bost varieties of P'oltoo,, e
e'd Msi ting of' Enrly itoso, Pink.Eyo, Iii
ay.Eye, Ooodrichi and Pench Blo'ons,
les A fresh supply of Garden 8eeds,
p Onion lutlons, all of which will be
lowlorA~l. D. LJAUDERDAL*,
'y I aiml now offering my .'entiV
ir S'TOGK in every department
at unprecedentcdly low
1 POSITIVELY AT COST
e This is no humbug but a fact)
i and it is the interest of
every one to call and
J. M. ai. MOORE.
s. LANDEUJLER A CO
are ofering at extrensely low priee
d met Cali.... 10 een L,, Dre,,, 6ooc, at
aGREAT BA RGA Uf8
Cloing, Dloots and Shoes Reduced to
>nl Wholesgalo Prices.
RtiVEMBER THE FIRM,
eS. Landecker & Co.
THE BEST IN~ USE.
,cs Etiwan. Dissolvred Blonel? $85' onsh; 540
payable lst Novemberil874.
Eaiwan PortIlIzer, $55 oaeh, 460 paya~'
ble leta Novrember, 1874.
All sales on Ii*ae to be' seet'rod by note
with good endorset,, -
, IE&AgentI Winnesboro, 8,0.
Oen'l Agents Char'leston, 8, 0,
Boots .and Shos~
e A N elegant otof loots an d Shoes Jae
./~1 redlve fro T.Miles & Fon.
sept 16 MBTi &DlO
*i"k , ESTRIAYED.,
O\N Thursday 5tl/' inst, a bay hors.e
k..ein years ol~rHe' has due white hind,
foot, no other marks recollooted, exceplyv
nind saddle marks. Any informatlion concerning
old him wili~be gladly reoeived and liberally
feb 11 3. I, BICBOW