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RAnLBOAD ScrEDULEs. -Te follow
ing are the hours at which the trains
on tho (1. C. and A. I. R. pass
For Charlotto, 1.10, A. I.
For Aug'usta, 2.3 3, A. U.
For Aiigusta, 10.25, A. M.
uor Charlotte, 11.33, A. m.
sW- Advortisers will pleaso re
iminber that advertisements, in
order to Sicuirc insertion, must 1o
handed ill by nino o'clock on Tue.s
day morining. Contract advertise
monts must b handed in by the
same hour on Monday morning.
Notico--S. 13. Clowney.
Sde of Mort.gaged LAul-T. H.
Finial Notice-R. J. McCarley.
Building and Loan--D. R. Flen
In Circuit Court-J. E. lagood,
The jail is quite full of prisoners,
and the indications are that tbe com
ing torm of the circuit court will bo
occupied entirely with the trial of
Mr. Wyatt M. Propst is author
ixed to reoeive subscriptions to Tu:
NEws AN HERALD and receipt for the
same. le will bo found at all times
at this oflice, and we trust ho will be
kept busily Onmployed.
POSTPoNE).-In consequence of the
extremely bad weather ou Mond-ty
lht, the mass meeting of citizens
of this county calle..1 for that day
was postpoued till Monday, the 8th
inst. Ther is every reason to be
lieve that on that day thcro will be
a very full attendance.
ItLoIous.-By request of the
Young Mon's Christian Aseociation
of this place, Rev. T. W. Melli
champ, of the Baptist church, will
proach a sermon to the young, in the
Associato Reformed Presbyterian
churh, on noxt Sunday night, at 7
o'cloek. The public are invited to
attend. There will be no services
in the other churches.
As our reporter c.mio along Wator
Stret last night, shivering with the
chill night rir, and drawing' his over'
coat tightly about him, he thought,
"now is the time for colds aud
coughs," but if poor mortah onlyknew
what a cortain curo Dr. Ball's Cough
Syrup is, how few would long suin'r,
~.and then4 it only costa twenty-live
contsa -Sa ndusiky( Ohio) Regi?ter.*
Mr. John C. B. SmH h, treas~urer
of the Chamrlotte, Columbia aind
.Augudta Raihcall Company, an
niounces that the coup~ons of bonds
of the companyfl which becauno duo
on the 1st inst., will be paid at the
following-.nsmed places :Banking
Hrouse of Mi. K. Jess~up, Paton &
CJo., New York ; the Strnto Deposit
Company, Baltimore, Md. ; the
First National Bank of Charlotte,
N. (.. ; the Central National Bank
of Columbia, S. C. ; and the Nation
al Bank of Augusta, Georgia.
WEEOF PRAYE.-In accordance
with the regnest of the Evangelical
Alliance, that the week after the first
Sabbath in January be set apart by
Christians of all denominations in
every part of the world, as a season
of prayer for special purp)oses,
there will be services helid in the
various churches of this place every
afternoon -during the coming woek,
o,s follows: On Monday and Thurs
t ay, in the Methodist church ; on
Tuesday and Friday in the Associ
ate Reformed Presbyterian church;
and on We-inosday and Saturday in
Presblyterian church-services to
commence at 4 o'clock. A full at
tendaoco is earnestly desired.
GIN-HousE BUnINED.-We are in
formed that the gin-houne, gin head
and engine of Mr. Joseph Jenkins,
V near Thidgeway, were destroyed by
fire on the night of the 28th alt., at
the tiine of the heavy rain-storm.
M.Jenkins was on a visit to Co.
lumbia, and there had been no fire
previoustoe burning-a fiact
which would seem clearly 'to indi.
cate that the firo' was the work of
~*incendiaries. Mr. I.mvid Seigler,
residing near by, was the first per
son who arrived on the spot, and lie
succeeded in rolling off three balos
of cotton. The re'st was destroyed.
The gin house and attachments were
insured for one thousand dollars in
tho~t. Paul Fire and Marine Insar
ance Company, of which Mr. Jas.
W. Liw is the agent at this place.
The NEWs AND CoUnIEB comes to na
in a now and handsom~e dress, which
but adds another good'feature tb this
alrepdy ezqqllent newspaper. . W
te pleased to learn that its0 prosper.
ity is constantly on the increase. A
01jour nal that has dono such splendid
service for the Stato in every emner
gency since its establishment certain
ly deserves a warm and general sup
port from those whose cause it has
so ably and effoctively espoused.
The publishers have our renewed
wished for continued prospority.
A now counterfeit $1,000 green
back has conio into the possecsion of
the trcasury detectives. Tho noto
was discovered in the West., and the
plate upon which it was printed is
said to have been in existence two"or
throo years, and is believed to bo the
work of the notorious Tom Ballard,
now unlergoing a thirty years' Pen
tee ccof imapiionmeont for counter
foiling.. The counterfeit is an excel
lent and dangerons; one, which found
its way to the treasury. It hsd been
tahen by a bank and paid out again
TH HA roMPON DA.-Tho Hamp,
ton Badl, which had been in expoecta
tion for some weeks,, caie off on
Monday night at the Tl'hiespian Hall.
Despite the extreinely uipropitious
weather, there wara l. arge number
of hidies and gentlemen present.
Without going into details, it is
enough to say that the Ball was
in every way a perfect success. The
music, furmished by the Colunbia
Opera House Band, was unusually
fine, and under its inspiration the
young poople went heartily into the
dance. The tuippor was- undoubted
ly one of the finest spread in Winns
boro for many years. The party
kept up their enjoymont till a Very
late hour, and then desitited, not bo
cause they felt so inclinod, but be
cause it wi time. The entire man
agoemnt reflects groat credit on the
gentlemen conitituting the several
Address to the Peoplo of South Cero
CoLUmA, S. C., Jan. 1, 1877.
In a'isordarme3 with and under the
authority giiN-n by the recent ros
olitions of tlh Hoiuso of Repro!sent
atives, I herebiy cL 11111pon all faithful
law-abiding and loyal citigcus of
South Carolina who desire to main
tain the governmuent of their choieo
to como frward promptly, and to
pay ten per cnt. of the amount of
the Ltes paid by thomn hst year.
Duae notice will be given to the eit
izemn; of each cunty of the appoint
ment of somec proper agent for the
collection of the contribution here
c:dbl:d for. The resolutions of the
House of Representatives; authorize;
a call for twdonty-iiv 'Opar coxnt. of
latst yoIVr' tatxc, bt all immecdiate
wnts. of the legitimato governmeu nt
of the Stato can be suppliedl if the
Ivo;)le will respuni Igenerally to the
c:all lherc made for ten pmer cent. Trhe
inmatesh~r of the charitable and penal
institutions of the Staute ar-e now
runn'ering for want of proper(~ supph'~en
and it is to mleet thi needs wich
aIppe(% to us so) stroingly that fund,;
tnro now required.
It is for the people of South Car
olina now to determine whether they
will support the government they
have installed or the aittemupted
usurpation which is only upheld by
the bayon ets of the Federa~l troop)s.
I am but the representative of the
people of the Staite, and to their do
cisism I shaull bow with profoutnd ro
spec't. As long as; they choose to
sutpport me as the duly elected Gov
e rno.tr, I shall maintain that position;
and if supported by them I feel sa:fe
in assurinlg thema that that their
Irighjr to ill soon ho firmly establiedc
and fully recognized. Oor cause is
just, and we have left it; vindication
to the highest legal tribunal of the
States. I adjure our peoplle, there
fore, to be steaidfast, law-abiding and
peaceful, and1( I pray that the new
year will bring to them the blessings
of pcelC and( of prosperity.
Governor of South Carolina.
' LAunoE SALE OF S'rOCKS AND BONDs.
-The Southern Railway Security
Company advertise for sale theiu
entire interest in the several South
ern companies they have for somec
years controlled. This would seem~
to indiente a failure on the part ol
the company to realize a good profit
on their Southern investments
fact which would probably occasiorn
miuoh surprise. As showing the ex
tent to which this association invest
ed in railroad stocks and bonds, we
give the following list of securities
now offered for sale:
6,871 Shares Richmond and Peters
burg Railroad Company's Stock.
2,952 Shiaresi Wilmington, Columbii
and AugustanRailroad Company's
600,000 Income Convertible Bonds
of same Comupany.
9,129 Share0 Northeastern (S. 0,)
RXailroad Conapany's stock.
4,614 Shares Cherawv and Darlington
Railroad Comppany's Stook.
18.024 Sha.res (3harlotto, OihashIn
and Augusta Railroad Compa
10 Shares South Caroliia Railroad
11,000 Wilihuigto, Coluumbia and
Augusta Railroad Company's
Firr.t Mortgago Bonds.
876,000 notes of the Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Company, maturing from 1877
The Masonio Colabration.
The Masono of this place, comi
prised in Adoniram Lodge of Per
fection, Winnsboro Chapter, No. 2,
R. A. U., and Winitboro Lodge,
No. 11, A. F. M., joined in a celebra
tion of the Festival of Saint John
the Evaiigolist, the 27th day of
December. At tho hour appointed
the members of the different bodios
above mentioned formed in pro
Cession, and, headed by the
Citizons' Cornet Band, marclied to
the residence of Rev. Bro. C. E.
Chichester, who had been selected
to deliver an address appropriate to
the occasion. He was then escor t
ed to the hall. The excreices were
opened with a brief address by Bro.
R. L. Dannenberg, of Adoniran
Lodgo of Perfection, who stated
that in thus CCbrating St. John1
Day, the Masons of this community
revived a plcasing custom which had
prevailod for many years, and that
this revival would be the begitming
of its continued observanco. He
closed by announciig that, in ac
cordance with the univerral practice
of tho Masonic fratcrliity, the
exorcises would be openod with
prayer. After a prayer by Rev.
Bro. J. . Connor, the orator of the
occasionJ, Rev. Bro. Chicherter, was
introduced. We rcgret that we
have not space to give hisi address
in full; and any sFynp01)is that we
might attempt, would be doing
justice neither to the learned speak
er nor to tho interesting thome lie
handled so well. The address em
bodied a review of the origin, pro
gross and general history of Mason
ry ; a statement of the principles
underl yin g the institution ; su im
partial discussion of the objections
from time to time urged against it
and an enumeration of some of tho
more important moral lessons
taught in the order. The speaker
Closed with an earnest appeal to the
Masonic brethren to be true to thoir
vows, and to be zealous, earniest aund
lborious in furthering _the aims of
the fra.terity, increasing its use
failnoso on(d maintaining its honor.
After music, Past Master Wmn. N.
Chandler, of Winnsboro Lodge,
arose and, addessing Past Master
Henry N. Obear, pr~eented ihat
gontlemann with a very handlsome
Mas~onie jewel-a token of c:.teem
from the Lodge the speaker repre
gift, expressed in feeling~I huguago the
graisleation afford.d him by the
action of his breth~ren, aind the hope
that he would be cuenld to cho w
his appreciation in future by a re
niewed zeal for the prosperit-y of the
The exercises wero closed with a
benediction pronounced b~y Rev.
Bro. J. S. Connor.
We trust that this customn of
celebrating St. John'sf Day, so
auspiciouely revived, will bo hero
afteor observed without interruption
from any cause.
Mattera in Columbia.
There have been but few items of
news from Columbia during the pas~t
week. The Congrecssionial sub
comnmi ttoo-from the House-bas
fluished its labors, and returned to
Washington, where the entire comn
muittee sent to the South will sit,
collate the evidence taken, and sub..
mit their final report. The result
of the committee's inquiries in this
State is given ini the following dis
patch to the Nrews and Courier,
from its special reporter, dated De
combdr 28, 1876 :
The House Congressional Sub..
Committee spent the day in examnin
ing witnesses, white and colored,
relative to the alleged1 intimidation
of RepublicaLn voters, and adjourned
this evening aine die. This com..
miittee, composed of Mr. Saylor,
chairman, and Judlges Laurence and
Abbott, give it as their conclusion,
after a most careful examination
lasting three woeks, that they be
lieve that a majority of the votes
actually cast by the voters of the
State are for the Hayes and Wheeler
Electors, as shown by the precinct
managers' returns, andl that the
majority runs from 600 to 800, with
out questioning any of the reimu.:s.
If this was any thing but .a great
national question and was to be .de
cided upon mere technical points,
there are probably precincts enough
whore the vote was marked by fata
irregularities to overturn this ro
I asked as to the resultin regard
to the State ticket.
My informant (Mr. Sayler) repli
ed: "So far as the State elootion is
concerned, there is no donbt that
Hampton is eleotea by eleven hun
d red iityv an4 -nnmy -uimit
the balance of the Democratic State
ticket isi also elected."
I asked if the investigation was
concluded. Ho said it was, as the
work of the sub-comitittee is dono
aud it will not assewblo here again.
The Charleston committee will
probably be detained there
until Sunday or Monday, Mr.
Saylor also stated thmt the Robbins
box was the only one thrown out, as
it was not claimo:1, even by the Ro
publiens. As the box was open
only from about 2 to 0 o'clock, it
would have required six men to the
minute to be sworn rand voted to
iakO up the nuubor claimed to have
Voeglly oted thele. In regard to
the testimnuiiy of the Unitcd States
ofliecrs, Mr. Sayler said : "The tes
timnony of thmo gentlemen entirely
seL as' I() that of the negi Ous ill to
intimi(aItion at the polls, ntud these
oiiesWore brought -In to tesitf~y
wit1out 1ny reference to thei r poli
ties, for the irposo of getting~ an
important mid unibiosd siatemient
Upon this head." III reoferece to
the E.llenton ltiot he aid that it
had no political igniicaneo, and
Wan not regarded by the coumIiittoo
at all, ovon by the Ropublican mem
In conliion Mr. Saylor said : "I
think Hampton will be governor of
this State. He is eloetod and ought
to bo. There is no question about
bio election, in my judgment, If tho
returns indicate the election of
Hayos, as no doubt they do, much
moro do they indicato the election
of l lampton ; and I say without hny
montal reservation whatovor. that I
think that Hayes and Woloeeinr, and
Hampton and the entire Democratic
Stato tickot havo boon elected by a
In the Supromo Coart the quo
warranto case against the Hayon
olectors caio to an end by the re
fusal of the Radical claimna nts,
through their counsel, Corbin, to
roeognizo tho jurisdiction of the
court, and a ion-appearance when
the caso wan called for a final hear
ing. Thie Court took the record, and
holds the matter under advise
The liabeas corpus caso before
Judge Carpenter, of which mention
wa nmade last wook, was brought
to a close on Saturday last. Tho
superintendent of the ponitoutiary
was represented by Mesfirs. 3arker,
Youm'nu 11s and 'af:xwell, anl A.
Chamiberlain wan represented by R.
1. Elliott and D. T. Corbin. The
case was argued at groat length by
the counsol on each side. Judge
Carpenter reserved his docicion.
M.Nomo ELze-rsoss4.-At the last
regular communication of Winns
bore Lodge,'No. 11, A.-. F.-. M.-.,
the following officer wore install ed,
to serve during the ensuing Masonic
W. G. Jordan, W. M.
Rt. L. Doe.nnenberg, S. W.
J7. F. IMcMaster, J. W.
A. F..Gooding, T1reasurer.
WVm. N. Chandler, Secretary.
G. B. McCants, 8. D.
R1. F. Lbetch, J. D.
E. WV. Aiken,)
A. McKenz~Ie, Tiler.
At the annual communication of
Monticello Lodge, No. 100, hold on
the 27th ult., the following officers
were installed to servo for a like
Jocob N. Bueby,W. M.
J. Bunyan Davis, S. W.
H. M. Zealy, J. WV.
R. T Yarborough, S. D).
H. WS. Owens, J. 1).
T1. E. BikdI, Seetary.
D).1 Wi ils~on, Treas~urer.
dno. DI. (Goree, Tiler.
Instructions to Ornctals,
Governor IHmpton has issued
tha (following .letter of instructions
for thle guidance of county officers
elected at the har.t. general electitm:
Evmeiy person electod to office at
thea last general election will, whore
bond is required by law, execute
suchi bondl, have it duly appprovedi
by the Clonnty Commnissioners of
the county, and recorded in the
Registry of Mesne Conveyance for
the county, and will also take the
oath of oee required by law, and(
return the sume to this olheo,
together with the offiial bond; and
upon receipt of the same, with proof
that tihe b)ond~ has been duly ap
proved and1 recorded, a commission
will issue, in duo cornc. The right
to the oflico is derived from the
election and not from the commlis
mion ; 11h(1latter is only an evidence
of tihe election, and the delay in for
wardling it does5 not in any way
affeoct the title to the omoie or the
right to poerformf the duties of it.
All prs5on~s elected to omce are
requested to qualify as early as
possible and enter upon tihe dis
charge of the duties of their re
spective offices. In case the inoumn
bent refuse to deliver possiessmion,
proceedings should be at once in
mnstituted in the courts to compel
him to vacate the omieo.
WANT OF CoNFIDENcE.-Trade is
depressed, and the industries of the
wvhole country flags. Ask the cause
and yo-u are told it is duo to "want
of confidence." Ask the few who
have not used Da. TUTT's HAIr DYE,
and they say "I h1avm no confidence
in 1t2 I .lave been so ofteni hum
bugge-1 by such articles," We ask
them to -r'a tha fn11nwin tsm
ny from partios of uudoubtod vc
HAwKIN8VILLE, GA., Oct. 89, 1869.
Da. W. H. T'r-r :
Doar Sir :-I considor your Hair
Dye a triumph. Our barbers pro
nounce it superior to all othors.
I. A. TuoMptPoN, Druggist.
NiEw ORLEAN4, Oct. 5, 1870.
Dear Sir :-Your IHir Dyo bids
fair to rim every other dyo out of
this mnarket. Rospectfully,
SMANNAI, OA., Sept. 27,1871.
DR. TUrT :
Doar Sir :-Your Hair Dye is the
ho) t I over ined.
Yours truly, D. 0. Mi.:ai. *
T OFPlt for sWo 'veral tracts of land
lotst td in ditien-nt pacrt't of this
Countty. riia acotunisdating,
jra 3St. SAL B.C'LOWNEY.
Whinllsbo ( Buildling and Loan
F]F I - E''3rd r. gular a.-tnthly meeiig of
- tte 1itt.o l'ui;finlg nid Loan
A seein ion will o lield in the TUwn1
Itall ou Mondy evenirng, 11ho 8th intmi.,a
7 'clouk. Mernber, . ill tring ih .ir book
anl pay their tuonithly istI amerni at or
before i hat tiie, otlh. rwise the pelialty of
twenty cent. per c-tre will be chatrged
after Jo. imeetinirg. 'hiere will bo $1,00
to $1,'00 for loan.
D) R. FilNNIKiEN,
jan 4 Sec. and Treas.
United Sfaten of A meriea, Dis
trict of Sonth Carolina.
FOUnTR CitCVIT- -IN 011oUIT COURT.
Harvey Terry, Complainait, v3. the PlItn
ter's Bank of Fairfield. et. al. In Equity.
Bill for Account, Relief, &o.
I3 a"" ordor of o l2th Deceber,
_B 187t6, in 0he abIove a1tatedl cause, I
was, dirceted, a% pncial Miwter. to take
the testiniony and report all the facts in
the cause p-rtoinnt to a fit I1 determ itit ion
thereof, tnd( in pursuanceo to stid tordter
notice is lierby given to all persons cred
itors of said Bank and owning or hand
ling Bills. "or claims against tho amne to
appear beforo mo at mv office in the city
of Charleston onl or before the Ist day of
March next and prove Ad filo tho same,
or in default thereof" will bo depri vedl of
the benefits of any (ecreo which may bo
111de in the caus .
J. E. ITAGOOD,
jan 2 4 8peoial Master.
Male of Mortgaged Properfty.
T N pura n of atithorit conferred on
.1 mt0 by a power , f iattimn'-y contained
in a doI d by Hlenry Rush nI Miry A.
E. m1h. of <la the '..!nd .lay ofr Morh,
18, L acting for and on hohalf of ily
as5~igne e, Mter. Witto Bros., w,.ill offer
for saile oni the first Montday in Felruary
next, at publio outcry, to the highest bid
de-r, Ieore the court lious door in
Winntaboro, between the houri of 11
o'clock, a. it., and 5 o'clook p. im. l(le
foll*wing de.scribe;d'property, to wit:
All th.t lot or paerce of fliid slituated
nutd lyin itt -t4 COunIty of Fairfivld aind
State of tiutht C:arolina;, upon the head
wvators of Soniia's Creek, lboundedtc otn theo
north by landls of Gieorgeo Moor, on theo
south b~y 1:law; er Fran~klin ,la'erl, on
the east by latnd', of Lou isar ).I.ltonj, tad
on tho: w-ad by liads of lie nry Heins, 1and
Ono iron'-grtay mare, three cowsc andi
Th'lis cdo is; for theo purposo of
f-l nim re.r.rtunge giv en to tme by
Ufcnsy Jh taii and to hins A ..1nrsh, of daIte
LI.the I i ay of ' sn.I, 167.
P't-acn1e to pa.y for' tpper.
jan 4 ..t T1. II. UiARKE.
All parties indebted to
R. J. McCIARLEY.
I. J. McCARLLEY bogs. onlcoC more and
for thte lat timto to invite all partios who
have not yet squtaredt uip their aicottts to
do tao at once, in order to avoid legal
P S. - Ho ailso begs lo itiformi overvbody
that lie now in:tendes doing ia cashi hl~~inens
ahatiu nos i' ordetrs oni ant( after la, Jan.
%7 utilccotiipanaiud by the cashl will noit
be' fill d.
r j-'iTE. unders-igned desiro to rernind
..t.icthir old ftiendi tand cusitomecrs andi
the public generally that the'y tare ratill to
be found att their ohld stanrd, with at full
-to of Phatitatiotn atnd Faiily (I ronrriec,
Hoot.;, Shoes anid Doumesti. D~ry (Goods &c.
All of which they atro Offerinag'it prices in
kecepinag with the htardi times anti searcity
of' money. Glive uis a ciall and be convinced
of what, we say,
N. B.-Tihose potrsone indebted to tus arc
hereby notified to como forward attd make
payment at once, or thoy will find thoir
aocounts in the hands of an onficer for
collect ion. Wo neced our tmoney3 andI~ mntst
nov 2 JOH NSTON & PETTIICRIEW,
ST'ATE 0OF SOUTHI CAIROLINA
CouNrry or FAstiarZEJu.
Trhos. Neely, adminisiitrator of Estate of
Ann Walling, D)oceased, vs. Elizabeth
Walling. Jno. Walling and othierM.
T N ob~edienlco to an order from the
. Court of Probate, macde in the above
stated ease, I will offer for sale on the
first Monday in January ntiot, before the
Coust Hiouso door in Winnsboro, t8. C.,
tho tract of landi belong;ing to the catato of
Ann Waalling, deceaised, containing Mbven-'
ty-four acres, more or less, and1( bounded
by lstads of \lrs. Marthia Black, estato of
I hllip Walig andl~ others.
Taus or sirL-- ona-haalf cashl on day of
salo, balance in one and two years there..
after, oqttal instalments nocuiredt by Bond
andl Martgage with itetreat from
day of sale. Purchasers to pay fo3
B. W RUIFF,
jan 4-1m - F. .
$3,25i0.40 worth of spacee in var-ious
newspapert( ditributed throuigh thirty
St atos will be aold for $700 cashi. Acourato
inrccrtions guaranteOll. A list of the
papors, giving daily and woekly circula.
tion and printed schedule of rates, sent
free on applicaiona to -GEO. P ItOWEFLL
&.C0., INewspaper Advertialxag Agents,
No. 41 ?srk blw New Worle
Ad ministrator's Saile,
ptY atority of Jno. J. Nuil, Esq. -
SJutidge of Probate for Fairfield coun
ty, I nill oin r for male, at publio outcry
on the 5th d161ly of Janunary, 77, at the
residence of ijrs. E. T. Mayfilld, in this
conity, all the )eronal property belong.
ing to the catate of Mrsi. 8. A. Cameron,
ROB'r. C. ARNETT,
..EEPS constantly on hand a full sup
ply of Choice FAMILY GROCERIES and
PLANTATION SUPPLIES. Iis stock has
recently been replonilied, and he is now
ready to supply the wants of all.
113Y authority illvested in me as the'
LEADER OF LOW PRICES
I do hereby summon and command all
persons in the County of Faiefield, state
of South Carolina, to proeevd at once to
the large and commodiouq eiaablishimont
of R. L. DANNENlIERtI, and. there
elect and buy thnir Rill and Winter
supply of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and Shooa, flat*; and Caps, Ladies' and
(enai' Notions, Ac., and bring with thom
their rca(v change, that I may give then
all the lennfitsi which I desiro by buying
m y goods for Cash.
And. it is further ordered, by my au
thority, that, I must and shall cominote
with any htonne in my line, either in
Charlsonm, C'olumibia or Charlotte. And
all person~s failing so to do, will b)e a1
judged the enemnios of GAoodI 4lood, at
imwv Pricest, and punishedl by go)ing
elsewhere and buying their goods.
AndI it, is further oricered that all those
who are indi ebtid to mu'. shaill repair at
once to thiiplce an d close their acoun In.
All those failing to do so,will hereafter be
dlebarred frotn ever againtreceiving Credit
at my Ilousce.
Signmed, sealed and delivered, this 10th
day of November, 1876.
R. L. Dannenberg.
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the Maunufacturer on
"Tus AssoOJ HAnnY Chtrrto MAcurmes
are the benos anid cheapest low priced
machine mhade, and havo a national repu
tation for utility and durability.".-The
IJedrolIy >er, (.bCgeo.
Tnr. Axsox HIAruy PM'na Cu'mra is by
fa the best machine which can he ob
binned for a lesso price than one hundred
dollars. It in of Kreat strength. These
ra~hinee have alwarys taken the highest
stand. It iis thme ontly machine to which
is aplied the Patent Movablo Cutting
B3oardl. Thbis devicee has a ropnDtation of
itself: by it, the cutting boardl can be in
stantly anti accuiratel y umovedi, so that a
perfect out is. insurett, This is a very Im
portant ptoinlt in the machine, andI one
that is possessedt by no other. It greatly
rudues~ the labor of preparation in work
ing the paper backward and forwardl.
We cannot too strongly recotumend the
ad vantages of this patent movable board.
It is worth the prico of thie machine, antd
purolharors si .ould fully u ndertand m how
hghly it is to ho valued. "-Ge. P), JRoaer
&f (b.'s Newspaiper R-porter ,and P'rinter's
Tu,. LA-rIa' IMPkovED HIARDY CAnn Ce?
'ru is pronounced the most desirable
Card (hutter in the market, for the general
uses of a printing ofle.
'rhe well kinown Rtooor.rs CAnn Ou-rran,
with may latcst imnprovementft, is still pre
ferred by manny printers, and holds its
fav'orihismover othmor imachijns.
INone gecnuino hut those having may full
addreas lettered in thme eastinmg.
./# Newapora in want of advertising
from first parties should sondI for my
A uburndale, Massi.
I will buy of those that buy of me.
rp lE undereigned hereby give notIeb
..that from this date they w-lU sell onr
credit to no NO PERSON~ WHUOMSOEViT
anid that they will'-aceept no ordero
for goods from anyone. Their *erms will
be invarially CABJH,
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