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will Lbo inetmie'1 in aur cotlonen':s exi:pI
up11on p Wymnelt of TEN ; LN I. it Hie
Jon Pnt:8Ti.-Our oflice has boeen
fitied vWith all ateri5al imecssarv
for !lntihg jobs of every lese, iption.
Nilv, Letterhen'.is, ste rs, luvitttid o
mnd lhmnels C rs &c., o&s.
Fre.-h Candies-U. G. De~sporlico
L v I es. -
Alusie?..-J. 1I. Lowetry.
F pi'I'g G >ot ds - Lk fi 1.4!tker & C.
IL.diI nut for N.w G oda-- d
w ird & lotaw.
JuiIst R-.eelsel-D1). Rt. V'h to11lheo.
T'o P'atimer.,-W. 11. .\ikenit.
a )lore imo nigranlt paed up,
7"k. Ieep on the adart fe. bur
glaI's ai fires.
The Roads ore execrable.
The constai.t rains and heavy haul.
ing have cut them Up badly.
0K'r MIr. A. W. Ladd Lits bo>n
appointed echool. t.us..co for town'
ship No. 5. i1e will mn..ko a good
2 Z7'4 Thre is a god deal oco
ton .till i ti( Cointy, s8onc tict yet
giinned. Tite roads are to b)ad for
rip' The city fathers are mend.
ii.g the -trect. Gravel has beer
Ith. own upon the ba.1 pLea near the
iatrn. Ia tinic we shall have good
n The Treasurer will soon be
ready to p.iy out tih school fund foi
tite present voar. We will give ai.
' on as po-sible tle am->un lts ip
portioined to cueh towns.'hip.
* There w.ere onlv one or two
of our older citi-ens present at the
illecting -on Friday nighi. When
will our people beg.n to pa-y more
ntteintion to matters of public inter.
7" y The fire company could not
pat ade ou Friday ou accunlt -of the
ra i n. The gallant 're men .,iy they
re not afraid of ire, bu-, they can't
- BdnN:n FATALj.y.-A fteedwo
-man, employed by tle R.ev. Mr. Mel.
lihatup on his 'lauIzat'.un, tit ai
flidgeway, w..s .-o evoeely butnled
while cle.1arin tig ali ld last Fiday, tiatl
11er life5 iS de.,pa iired aof.
])Dannenberg & Co., nill1 reedive
this week. a treautilul line of ladiies
line drws Goods. - Also, a full and
now assortment u'' Cr.!icoes at th old
buint long lines of' Ctarke's Pattol
F ceon bo b sides ti' the road be
low WVInIsbJor'o. it makes a er
nieat ifeoed, and is said to bo very
. : Some mii.-eeanit or mtisereanute
ott 1Ttursday night defaced the doons
on the Tihespian Hall lilt.ck witl
w~hite p.jint. The- doors hal 1 ei
1)'a gi ainitd. Th'Iic. n'.as a .ia t*a
tr ick. W\ bere were the police 1
07 A d ifleulty ocCuri ed on Te
dybetween Rtepre'sentativo M. Sa
iiler and his- paramouor, a o.Aore '
n:ioian na'med Carrie Walker. The1
case wvas. brought up before Tlria
Justice Mackdys 'tid resulted in the
wornantakin the ight traib fot
- OT Mr. McMaster lhas been in
dustriously circulating subsceriptioR'
lists throu'gh the County for minui
gration. -Onie genitl.eman hus donat-et
ov''et' a hund.re~d' nere of lantd, ont
soral have-given monley. The peo'
pie will wake up after' a while.
commodity. -There is a fear fu-l fhllin1
ofl'in the denmand . We- wonderi
td stringent railroid or'der in.reg~art
to this article aiiounits to pi'ohibi,
'* Ibal:GRjA TIoN.-TIhe good folk n rt
talking abont Lthis al11 important. nat
for, and we saw a lib~eral friend act ual
ly put his hand in his pocktet
an d--and take out hisa knife, an<
commenee whittling ! Weo expecl
THon TARIIFF.AR COM~PARED.-UIO
can be brought fronm St. Louis, Mo.
to Columbia, 8, C.,.for. eighty conti
erhnrdpounds. The same arti
eli frouma our utighlior, Salisbury, N.
Q;, Co$s sixty-five,toe.ts. Will some
frienid metenaure the relative distances
fur us and report.
' Mr. Shields Gladney gave a
birth day entertainmient Thursday
omning, at Mr. R. J. MeCarley's.
The wey his friends disposed of the
0.21 .hiings was marvelous. The
Nr.:we & lint.kri. acqutitted itself
ttreditably. We wish Mr. G01deey
many happl, jy returns.
Our itinerat fowl ierchait
"O'( rge" parsed through town the
ohl.e day ou..kiis way back to North
C(iiolina. lie had sold all his
.tdluxx" andtl "ldrmi" in Columbinai
an1d w..s mataah pleased. -.111s horse
no longer boio tLe batmer with that
.t range devioe, 'Oes.waiinted." ' The
next time le eones badk he'lil bring
a load t butter, ho nays.
C1 A fNw da3y sined, :e- raeelved
a anyterous package. On opening it
%e found a , A/e. It was. from
"A. B. 8." of 1tidgegay, aR-id gieen
in i-espons'o to our rcquest for one.
We are etremely obliged for this
pa sc it. It supipliks a great need.
But we fear we will have to ask some
ithear kind frimd. for a concordandaea
itheoldur to !inld i3 tektS tihit we
7 Col. B. E. Elkin in one day
la:.!t week rais;ed at ' idgeway, , forty
se.1ven Jollars fur -'i.thgration, and
this with.>ut ciaa1lln;: onl many of the
citizens.- IlCSi. ). If. Ruff, and I.
2. D)portes !:c ied the 11t each
wiiih tell dollais. Mr. lluff has sent
n ls.-, for a G.ruinm black.nith
-tail f.iail),i and say- he has a .housc
nal shtp aeady for 7 Iiim. Good for
ltidgewvy. What will our other pre
eincts do -
Mvj. T. W. Woodwatti left
Sunday to join the coaninittee of Taz.
payets oil its way to Washington.
'The Major wi'l be sure to take good
c: c of the interest of Fairfiel-1 and
the Sate at large. WO wizl him
ad the Cuommittee all that Lswxeees
wilkhl the righlteousness oif the 'cause
demande. What a pity that the
Counter memoriialists do not go on to
Wa.llington, so as to meet the Tax.
[ayeS comuiittee faee too face before
U ranIt !
lUnGLARIOUs.-Tha rbcIJ.en o of
Mra. Ijarriet Rulf, at tdgeway, was
entered via wind-w ene night last
week, and all her provisions taken.
The thief seemed very deliberate in
his actions, preferring to empty the
contents of the u-olasses pitcher into
b is eaapacious. po.k eta, than to 6a.rry
ing off the Vessel, cohtei-ts auil all..
In these time of great reareity of
bouth maonaey a nd bred it., these visits
will beccore unai:leasaatly- !'rerjhent,
and we wa~in our readers to beware.
A''t A frie'nd pointa outtre
nui.-aan ces tlhat may be seen every
dlay at thea depot. IMa't,, the -d rum-i
ers oi the ifferent hotels be.ore thec
tr'ain stips, jumap aboard and annoy
passengers aand bystandars ; &ccond,
a lot of colored urchains jump on
the car steps and preventing all in
grees or egrets, and i/drd/y, r.set of
Soung meni whao take a tour of inaspee.
a iona tharough the cars as if looking
for sline friend. (Oar friend .says lhe
dona't belibre thecro fellows ever had1(
rien i'd.), 'The town council should
instruact thae polies to regulate this
Puri.a.c Mas-rino.-We would re.
an'i ad the C3itizens at' Fairafield Conty
of the j'nblo ic eting to be hold on
a lie first, londay in A pril next at the
Tfheapian 1 hall. We hope there will
be a large turn out of all who feel
an iterest in redeetningoir County
anad State from thae enoramous tauxa
alion uhiehl hans been imposed .upona us
by a corr.iapt avid frau dijietA Legis
lai ure. We have naoahing to fear, if
lhe people bothI whaito anid colored,
wall do thieir duty. Tfo thaose who
are noto idieda, and 'whao, froum in
d ifferenace andh want of intecrest ian
our puie welfare have hierotof'ore
stood aloof Fiam.a every publie ecal,
we can only p.y-thea cuse i-et
upion 3 olur hatil infa unitay thecre ia.
satrenagh-let ever'.y maana aittetad, f'or
his owo, as well as fot' the genaer'al
welfarea of' the Countay imd the State.
A "Tu'aa Payers Uniaon."' asiS Iaion
wall be orgaxuiaed for' evet'y township
ist the Counaty, uad \ve are also batis
lied that a r eport, iiL'- be maadc at
this mieetinag from the Declegationa
whao are to asemnble in WVashaagton
on the 26th' mrarch inkht. -We say
aiga-et, every hraah be precent.
0 *- meetinag of- citizens -was
hold in the Town flall on Friday
evening to nomninate candidates for
the mauuicipal election. A number
of colore d citizens '-were present.
Alr. F. Gerig was called to the ehair
and( Mr. J. IIL Cummith'ge acted as
Secretary. The object of the meet
ing has in~g been explained. Mr. Gerig
wias naoiainated for Intendant. IIe
ad leclined the honor with thanks
[Capt. Pierre Bacot was then nnatp.
ated and elected by acclamation.
lie relurnod tha'ks in a few uppro
pt-ate febiuorks. Alessrs. F . 6Gerig,
and J. A. Fraoer -were .then chosen
as coididates fol' wirdens, by accla
matioin. It was then moved and carried
that the emaining vacancies should
be filled up by ballot. On the first
ballot Mr. J. 1). .tcUarly was chosen,
.and on the second Judge W. 15l.
Nelson. received a majority of the
Votes cast; and was declared 'hosen
Themieeting adjourned. The' ticket
thus nomimaated is as follows:
. For Watrdenas,
F. Gxninati - J. D. Mcr~iuI.rv,
Jimin A, Fui/.si:n. V. .l. N r.so'N,
This ti',ket, we prei.ume, will be
accei table to Al clatnse.
It is the duty o' eery citlen to
register, on Thursday, Fi iday or
Saturday, so that in case there may
be another ticket nominated, every
citizen may ILave the right to cx
pkesS his preferceboe by his voto.
The wian of folty dollars was
oollected in Wiimsboro to defray the
expenstis of Miaj. Woodward to
Wa1ihington. We are gratified to
see thi exhibition of public spirit.
-.When the neople wish to havo a
t'injr dlcno they should pay for it.
It has to: long 'becn the custom to
Illow a few public spirited individti
uA to bear the burden of improve
ientis ei- pubic work of every kind,
la thcedays y:o Wd !s able to be:ar
all c bteden I 'miaelf. The dele
gati's to the ''axpayers C'an'venti on
were CO:Ipelled to deiray th--i r own
('!e:e %Q3 anld alsao tO p tiy for t-h pri:a
teldi Ije)orts and other inicidenital itm In
an am:ouit fully eq ial to two
ty per ceint.h their regular taxe
In the good o!(l days were hionest
men ruklcd the State, and people were
rich antd ea-r len,'' it. was very well
far delegate.s e public assemblies to
pay t!:eir own expeises. But now,
many of our ab-lert men would be
prevented by poverty frome- serving
the State. Senator Bayard of Dela
ware in is . able speech agains
Mertill in the United States Senate,
mentioned th:At one of the 'most iis.
tingui.-hed citizens of South Carolina
oid olici attend the meeting of th
Executive Committee in Charleston
because lie hl not ten dollais .to
pay Iis railroad fare. We trust that.
h-reafter, when d~elgates a;'e -sent to
any assembly, their traveling ex.
peises at least will be paid.
n7 Every business in the world
is affected more or less by by "dod
hcadism." But no classes suffer more
from this avil than newsp:iper men.
The public cannot ho made to under.
stand that advertisin'g is the legiti
mate businien of the newspaper, just
as selling goods is the business of the
mnehanat, or giving advice is the
business of the physician or lawyer.
No onie has the cheek to ask a mcrs
cbant for Iivye dcl lar4 worth of goods,
or the professional man for liv e dol
lars worth of ad vice, nnd yet it is
thiought nothing to askc for a five dol1.
lar local or, advertisemienit. Suppose
we gave a local' to eveciy person in
town, how mneh advert isinrr would
wve get;'? T'Tlie man who would pay
for a thirag whlin it, ciold be had for
niothing, is a simp lleten . Thluis is the
oiut-anid-out stylec of 'deadheading.
And there is nother, dtill mote
common .that of paying for an mad
vertisei-uit. and getting a local notice
gratis: We havo fr'egnentlY rece~ved
a dolltr for a equa ae of' ad vertisinug,
anid i nier ted a local for nioth ing tiatt
is woi th fivd. 'As our' wide awake
brother of the Phlomaix observes, whent
a mierchant sells ai ponud of coffee, he
does not give away a pound of miarr
to sw-re ten it with. Th~e newaspaper
man dlocs the ~ejuivalent of this, al
most every day.
.The .'ocal is the niott important
part of t be piaper, - and ratis
far inserb ng niotices in this, are
always <'oubl i. A tiewspa per is y ot.
teii up for too beiiofit otf the public.
Aty news that, iinte eats them gener,
al ly, wvillI be inserted. But all not!
eeX tend(ingP to personal aggrandizu
mntt are0 wortlh mionet,y anid mnust lie
pa id f or i* 'He rea fter a1 'y i ein placeed
in the loc~iIal olnum iuus t lbe pa id for
at thE~ rate of ten eon(' a line. (FLe.
I igious niioils we' publIish free 01
ebairge.) This will be oif servico in,
two ways. Jijjst, by puntting mutiny
inito our purse, iad second, by keep.
I ng o'tt muauy items that inti lest
privale indilvidu a ls only, anid crowd
out moi o implol tantt mostter. W hcn
we puff A, we mu~st puff B, an.i then
(I and 1) o off'ended because they
tut not puffed, anid so it~ goes.
~ NOW hiava clatsPSs airranged and start
?ed ini the following specialt~ies:
Voicatluic, Ins trumietail Alinsie, V'io.
lin, Piano, Strtingedl Instanments, Brass
ditio, Drawing, rnini. ng. I wishbt fu orm
a class or icruady- It enders ine Vocal Musico,
shall be glad ir thie choirs of Winnsboro
will visit mny vocal ehass ail SOe if It. is
possible to organize h, Olee Chub. Lesson
danye--Thuralay .f arernoon and Fridaiy
nyoninog .Pupils who sitl wish to join.
Wrill please do so at oncee. Terms haveo
eommuencedj. Vocal t erm commuenees this
week. CI.,ss.ts in F'rench, G)ermarn and
Blookkeping now forming...
rob2-wWinnsbo:o Female College
A LL% persons haling claims igninft
Estate dOf .Thomas Lyles. deconsed,
aru heroy notified to present0 lteam prop.
erly Attested, ai'd- tlioso indebied to' said
osunte nre reqiestcit to make payrent to'
THOMAS M. LYLES,
inh21-t Ix2 -. . 4E'r.
Wil'nsboro Lde No. 11, A.
A RI:or.An COADJUsIOATOI of - this
10o*i, Ikill be hold i Miasonio 1il
en Thursdaly evening neXt, .2tfi inst at
k By ord.r of tihe W . M. -
mph 23 JOlN C. SCUlli't-, Sec.
- 11 "Amoniald inciMlage'' r rll.
ing 'toa n n1d ot her seedI, before plantis'
Can lie obtained at the Drug Storwe
-W-., E-'. AlK Nx.
Cne pound suffic'ert for wo acrei of
1 Car load Flour all grade3
1. ' " white corn,
I. " " Oats for seed,
1 "' " Sat
I " 'Molasses and Syrui-tps,
Sugars, Cogfee, and. choice Tea,
D. R. FLENNI EN1.
AT' THE STORE OF'
An assorhtuenzt of Spring Print:: re
ce'ived to-dgy. (Cas-i mors, Glot.h .
ing, 1hoesa Nations1 ko,. lo
WOLD WARD & LAW.
.m meh 23
Her~e it Conies!
There it Gocz!!
1 Car Load Ihay Just Arrived
2 Car Loads Corn Just in,
1 Car Load Meal arriving to-day.
* BACKIBANDS, .7
WILL BE SOLD LOW FO1R CASH!I
THE OLD DRUG
, With ali entire Now Stock o
167 ME ETING STREE
SUCCESSORS TO MIR OLD . 1.:1714
11A RRAI, L CO.. Charlesaon ,1A V1
El os and Godrc
Arcris' c3 ,wl besld
one PucheonDemar .ra .\l s.3
Tw -id .0 H ytp
Tre be Gupwean Yug
. hee rces Sgr ere o
,.i:1y l natian aonnic
f Fresh and Clioite 0OODS.
1 P EL'ZER ,
, CHARLESTON, S. C.
1LS'ED IIOUSE 0OF 1OF AVILAND
LAND, RISL RY 5' CO., Auyusla, Ga.
KL PCJEN, tw York.
DANNENBER & 10.
NEW GOODS, N1RW CAULICdS,
NEW DRESS GOODS,
New PiqueS NOW Grenadines
New Domestics, Now Shoes,
Ncur slippers, New Clothing,
New ilats,. New Notions. In fato
EVERYTIING NEW I
EVERYTIIING OF TI E LATEST
EVERYTIIIN(. AT NEW
AND TE CRY 18.
STILL THEY - COME TO
0I A NN ENBA 0ER 0 's c
0 UR B. S.1 S .
W]" STRIVE TO PLEASE g
11 ant noy offering my entire
STOG K ini every deparltmt!)~
at unIprcedenC11tedl y Jow~
POSITIVELY AT COST
This& is no hurnbug but afact, c
andl( it is the~ interest 1f
every one to call and
T HE "TAR H EELS."
.WANT.MONE4Y *' ! ,
Ewould reapboffully Inform theQso -
VYwho OW4 us Vfdracoounts tfnade .4:
ring~ i878 t hat they 1)0( hetler como l'or -
ward and mxakoesat ifactory settlemoen't, an d
thereby savo cost, We don't, .py the -
priateg; foi nothuipg., ', rn m awhat,- wo
arc 10 MrAUurirae
SP111NO PrMas, llloaCte(I and B .
Jionespun, Checked Ilomespun
Bllack Skitt Braid, Spool
t BEAUTIFUL LINE Of
Genlt and Ladies
.. LOT OF SHOES JUST AR.,
Thsoe GOODS will be sold low for
Withers & Dwight.
Calldoce, Plaid I1omesp.uns, Long Clothe,
orset Jeans, L. C. liandkerchiefs, Domes
0 Ginghams, &c.
'oilet Soaps; Washing conpa, and Pearl
McMASTER & BRICE.
' WINANSi0O'o, S. C'.
rpIIIRTY years experienice in repairing
-L all kinds of WYatoyies.
LT EYW G-oOJQDs.,
00OLD andI Silvor Wa':tches of' all kinds.
'anoy .Jowelry and Cilocks of all descrlp.
ions, wh ich 1 will secll lo w for cas h. Como
ad see.flor5yoursulf. No charge for look
g. Trhankt'ul forL pastL p)'Ironage', I so.
.ut a aontinutoo of the samme.
. CHAS. MULLER,
ipposito Iacot & Co's.
TO ALL TJIOSE .
am pyrepared to make and repair Grist,
ills, andi repair old Giras. AS od o
olk of any kind. AS od o
UNDflRTAKER'S DEPARTMENT. '
IN this' line I keep constantly on hamnm
full snpply of all sizr-s of t he Metle
trial Casmes, Walint Case's, Caskots,.v~nd
inn Collins at theo old stand known as
c 'egh hop.
or'ilL J. W. McCRUEIG H[T.
deo 18 Gm,
,t'resh Augusta.Flour, Bolted
. - Itoal.
.and'0. R. Bacon, and bulk Sidos.
tho Eagle Brand Sug ir Cured Ihams.
offes and Sugars and d1V.cryI-in usually
kert in a first 'olass Oirocory
For Sale low for CA Slf
mech 10 '' R. J. MoC A R[E Y.
M1 the 20th of November 1 purchased
the intersest of A. F". Gooding in the
~'nnsboro Livery Stable. All horse hire,
nggy hiIre, maid horse feed will be 0ASII
'his rnle will be strictly adhered to. t
'ill always keepibhm hand good saddtle and
piggy hora~es, also carringen and buggIes
or hire, The patronago of the public Is
eoo16-8 S i UH T. TERRILL.
~' Garden Seeds, &c.
lIESHI Garden Seeds and OnIon 8stly
'Also WindIow GOsi; Pnttry,'Rafrw pd
ioiled4Linseed Oill and Pailnhs, ju't'si'eoe ly
d, MoeMASTERt & B~1i~j