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RAILno.M SCommDULES.-The follow
ing aro tho hours tit which the train
on the C. C. and A. . It. pams
For Charlotte, 1.10, A. r.
For Augusta, 2.33, A. Al.
For Augusta, 10.25, A. At.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. hr.
D& Advertisers will please ro
member that advertisements, in
order to secure insertion, must he
handed in by nine o'clock on Tues
day moring. Contract advertise
mneits ust he handed in by the
same hour on Monday morning.
Assootate ileforined Church- Rev. J. M
(odd. I' A. m , and 8 P. m.
Y. M. C. A ,- Meeting at Methodist
Church at 6 P. u.
Method iat Church -Rev. 0. W. Wal'er
. A. M., 8 P. M. Simday ScThoo1 10 A. U
Pra.vetie sting, Thursday, 8 P. u.
Epiacopal Churoh--Rev. J. Obear, ver
vices every Sunday except the 2nd Sunday
of the muonth: at 11 o'clock A..m
A Pro-hytorian Church--Rev. C. E. Chi
obhedr, i I. m., and 7 P. u. 8hblath
Schoi JJ P. m. Prayer Meeting, Wodnem
Notice-M. L. Gilbert.
Carolina Military Instituto-Col.
J. P. Thomas.
Notice--McCroery L we, & Co.
Furnishing House--B. Sugen
heimner & Co.
Winnsboro Hotel-M. L. Brown,
Pure Liquors-F. W. Harbe
Rev. W. Richardson, mchool com
missioner elect, has filed his official
bond, and forwarded his commission
to Governor Halmpton for signature.
Trial Justice Harvey has received
notice from Chamberlain of his re
moval from office -in favor of the
delectable Cummings. But Mr.
Harvey will,"hold the fort."
Agricultural liens of all sorts and
of approved forms are keptconstant
ly on hand, or furnished on shortest
notice, at the office of THE NEws
There is nothing new from Colum
biat. Judge Carpenter has not yet
made his decision in the habeas
corpus case. The Senate committee
is still in session.
Since Christmas, the merchants
wihsnua unanimity concur in
saying that business, like the sun
last week, has gqone out. We hope it
will soon comeC in again.
The freedmen agree with the
whites at last-in saying that this
will be a good crop year. So mote it
be, say we.
We are informed that Cupid has
recently been quite on the rampage
at Ridgecway, and that terrible havoc
has been dealt by the relentless
being in and arohnd our sister town.
Once a week is the average.
The general belief now is that
cotton, p)olitics, real estate, an-leoin
miodities generally have touchefd
bottom, and we can all take a long,
full resp~iration, and await the ascent
to the coming climax of goodi prices
and general prosperity.
They have discovered out West
the greatest liar of the ago--a man
who said that a newspaper can be
run without ready money. Another
chap who said that subscribers ariei
p~romnpt in paying up was ranked
WeT invite attention to the notice
published by Messrs. McCreery &
Brother, of Columbia. It will be
observed that the old firm of Mc
f'reery, Love & Co. has been dis%
solved, and that the business for
some years past conducted by it will
be continued by Messrs. Thomas A.
McCreery and Barrie B3. McCreery,
-under the style of McCreery &
Brother. These gentlemen possess
ample facilities in every department
of their business, and they are pre.
pared to offer great inducements to
all who will favor them with patron
age. _____ _
CAROLINA MILITARY INsTITUTE.--We
would eall the attention of all who
are directly interested in the edluca
tion of youth to the advertisement
of the Carolina Military Institute,
located at Charlotte, N. C. This insti
tution is under the superintendency
ofCol. J. P. Thomas, who is widely
and favorably knowvn to the people
of South Carolina as once one of her
most prominent and useful citizens.
As a professor in the Citadel Acade
my, and afterwards as Superintend..
ont of the Arsenal Academy, Col.
Thomas rendered valuable service to
the State, at the same time acquiring
an experience which renders him po
culiarly well qualified for the posi
tion he at at present occupies. In
the Camolina Military Tnstit he is
DEAT rnoM BURININo.-A most dis
tressing accident occurred oi last
Thursday near Ridgeway, resulting
in the death of Mrs. Harriet Perry,
a half-sister of Mr. David H. Ruffi
The unfortunate lady was sitting,
with her grand children near a large
fire, and in turning round near the
fire-place, her clothing ignited.
There being no one at hand to ren
der immediato assistance, sho was
soon enveloped in flanes and her
apparel entirely destroyed. She
lingered in great suffering, until 2
o'clock, p. m.-only four hours after
the uin fortunate occurrence-wIlen
ste breathed her last. Her family
have the sympathy of many friends.
TIE WINNsBORO HOTEL.-The well
known, popular and successful host,
Mr. M. L. Brown, announces, in
another portion of this week's paper,
that lie las taken possession of the
commodious building, located on tho
north-east corner of Congress and
Washington streets, and has added
in mnny respects to his facilities for
keeping a first-class house. A good
hotel, in a town of the size to which
Winnsboro has attained, is almost
as rare a thing as it is desirable, and
to meet the wants of the traveling
public, requires both skill and expo,
rience. In thi management of the
Winnsboro Hotel there will be
abundance of theso, and it will
doubtless come fully up to the wants
READING FOn FARMERS.-The .boral
Carolin ian has been forced, by want
of patronage, to suspend publica
tion, and Col. D. Wyatt Aiken, for
some time past its editor, has as
sumod charge of the agricultural do
partmnent of 7%e Ntews and Courier.
"Our object," say the proprietors of
that paper, "in giving special atten
tion to agricultural topics is two
fold. We desire to make The News
and Courier as high an authority, as
interesting and as valuable to the
farmer and planter, as it already is
!to other classes of the population.
Besides this, we desire to make it
unnecessary for the planter or farm
er to subscribe to a newspaper for
general news, and to some magazine
for special information." The con
tributions of Col. Aiken will appear
in the daily edition every Friday, in
the tri-weekly edition every Satur
dlay, and in the weekly edition every
To mothers whose children are
weeping.-Sweet and balmy slumber
secured for~ the little ones, and
coughs and colds rap)idly banished
by the use of Dr. Bull's Cough
A Specimen Witness.
We have felt called upon0T in for
merissues to (direct public attention
to the vagar'ies (which is a mild
term) of Mr. Warren RI. Marshall,
the reading clerk, so-called, of the
Rum1) H-ouse of Representatives,
and for a long time trial justice at
Ridgeway. With more brass than
merit, lie sought in September last
a nomination for Senator at the
hands of the nogroes of this county,
andl after receiving~ this nomiinaition
repudiated the ticket upon which he
waIs nominated a'nd p)ublicly do
clined the proffered honor. Not
withstanding his donunciation of
the ticket as one upon which no
honest man could run, he marched
up) to the polls on the 7th of Novem
her, and deposited an op)en ballot
for it. These things might have
been forgotten as time rolled on, but
Marshall's latest exploit entitles him
to further notice at our hands, and
also holds him up to public gaze in
his true light-namely as an un
blushing falsifier, and as a misera-.
ble demagogue. We have received
trustworthy information as to the
substance of Marshall's testimony
before the Senate Investigating
Committee now sitting in Cohunbia.
It was mainly in support of the!
charge that a reign of terror existed
at Ridgeway and in that vicinity
during the last camp~aign and at the
general election, sup~erinduced and
brought into existence by thme for
mation of the rifle club presided
over by Capt. R. S. Desportes. But
still wvorse, lie stated, as we are
credibly in formed, that his wife
pined away and died from nervous
prostration caused by this alleged
reign of terror. It was bad epough
to malign the citizens of Ridgeway
generally, but to charge upon them
even indirectly the death of his wife,
was to perpetrato upon that people
a most damnable libel. It was an
act that will cover Marsbhl with
disgrace for all time to come, and
justly so too.
FIRsT IN WAR, FIRST IN PEACE."
And first in the hearts of the thous
maladis-such as Constipation,
i3ilious: Fevers,. Colie, Dyspepsia,
Sick Headnele, chills, RhlOUmallltisill,
Gout, Jaiidice, Restlessness, Loss
of Appetito aund General Debility.
"First Tu-r's PILs and then health
and happiness," is their motto. This
is the result of American progress
inf science. Diseases that woro
once treated by cuietics, blisters,
lancets, starvation iad poisoneus
minerals, are now cured by theso
safe and gentlo pills, wlhich impart
strength io the body, while they
rmllove 11all imhealtly 1 ecretionls.
Tho IAo'aung of Citizens.
.he lmletilg of the ciizens. of
Flairfield, held onl Moiday list, was
in all res1ect's it Siccess. 'Ile alt
teidance was ullexpectedly full, con
sidering the extremely bad veather,
and though inl mmibers tlhero were
fewor present lumthal would have eeln
the caso under more favorable cir
cm1llstances, yet we noticed that
there wvere relireseltatives from all
tle diff'erent sectiolls of the coIulty.
The mecetilg was called to order
by Gen. John Brittoii, Presidenlt of
the DelocratCic County)' Club, who,
in stating the purpose of the meet
ing. spoke in ;ubstanvice as follows
At the last meeting of the cmo
cratic County Club, it was thought
advisable that there should b e a
meeting of the citizens oT F'airfield
county, to give expression to their
views im the 'prescnt gravo conjunc
tire of our State aflairs. There are
now two governmentts in South
Carolina--the one established at tihe
ballot-box an1d the other upheld by
the Power of time bayonet. The pur
pose of this lieeting is that the
people of Fairfieid shall say
which of these they will suppold,
in I to make knowl ti Oir decisiol t.)
their chosen lead2r:n Columibia. Gov.
H unlpton should at once hItvo (cr'
nin 1oriation as to the iltentions of
the people. If le truly represen ts
thei, he should be sustained ill his
present lpositioll, an1d he should
know it on1ce where the people stanl1d
in the matter. It is colcied on all
sides that the great que."tionl 1ow
agitating tIhe Illilids of the people of
South Carolina muilst ulitimately be
determined at Waushington, nd
peldillg such deiiSion the people
must take sollic action lookinig to
the mlailtenlance of their own elioret
governmen t. In the rIecenit calm-,
paign, the Denmocrats of South
Carolina organized within the
strongholds1 of the Constitn
tiol. They had to lmlailtain) the
Constitution and keep with till its
lilies. They wer the oily p'
servers of iLw andi order in thie
State. The State government did
alil ml its poweVr to pr'omioto dIisCci
wrhile the struggling D~emocrats re
mained steadfast within~ the lines~ of
the Constitlution, and Ipleser~ved thet
pub~lic peace. They stand there
to-day. Tile 0110 great quesxtion
before the people of Sonth1 Catrolin~a
is wvhether they will mlaintain the
Constitu tionall govrnlimenit, or het it
go dowvn under tile power of tile
bayonet. This mleetinig is nOt of a
political party, but of the people
without 1 egard to party lilnes or
political pre ferences.
Iln conlu~sionl, G elneral Br'atton
moved that Judge Wmn. R. toimert
son be called to the chair. The
miotionl was p)ut to tile meletinig anid
On motion, Capt. RI. S. Desportes
anfd Mr. Jn1o. S. Reyinols wvere
requested to act as secretaries.
On taking tile chair, Judge Rob
ertson expressed his app~reciation of
the honor done him b~y the meeting,
anld then spoke substantially as fol
It is a matter of agreeable sur
prise that there is so large an at
tendance upon01 th8in meeting Con
sidering~ th exreel Cna oab
wetaher and othmer dilicultics, it is
quite encouralging that so many of
the citizens of Fairfield have ga~ther -
ed togethler to give expression to
their views on thle present state of
affairs. It is needless to enlargo
upon01 what tile County Chlairman has
sid upon01 the subject before thle
meoetinig. The purlpos0 of the meet,.
ing is to furthler the good cause for
whlichl tile people labored so hm ardi in
then camlpaignI, anmd to atdd to tihe good
work lread(y (lone. H-ampton wais
fairly elected, amnd legally inauilgura,
ted. To is government alone do
the peolple owe their allogiance, andi
to him11 alone, asi governor (10 they
owe obedicucoe. Thlough by their
action they do no more thlan bring
about a propore pulbl ic sen timnen t,
the end wvill sooner or lator be0 accomn
plished. The Chamberlain usurpa..
tioni will soon be completely para
lyzed. '1h11 peoplo muist decide
between the two. We (10 not aind
cannot recognize Chanmberlain as
governor; and1( time great question is,
How can we sustain Hlampton ? One
wvay of sustaining him is to go to
the meetings and proclaim that not
one0 cent of trib~ute will we pay to
the Chamnberlain government. [Ap..
plause.] The government cannot
get oni without monecy--withhiold
that, and the Cihamnberlain usurpa
tion falls to the ground. Chamber
lain's so-called government has been
virtually declared by the Supreme
Court of tihe State to be no govern
ment at all, and any tax levied by it
may be successfully resisted through
the courts. The people will be sus
tained by the courts. To pay to
Chamberlain is to take a great risk
of having to pay over again, .while,
if we pay to Hampton, we not only
State, but, make a part payluent of
our regular taxes. Thu people
should speak out inl in.ass imieetings,
and mako it known thet, t hey will
not support the Chamberlain gover 11
ment in (iny whatever. T dtono,
his pretended government 'Is to
the grounid. Whenl Cong resf, does
act, it will certainly declare in favor
of the Hampton government. Tho
House Committee has said already
that hle w1s fairly clected, and the
Senato Comunitteo cannot fairly
reach at different conclusion.
The chairman then annonned the
Illeeting opn1l for blsilless.
Col. Jamies H. 1itn offered the
follow-ing preamble and resolu
Ier/IePafs, the Suprelmel Court of
this St:ato has soleillily deci~led that.
the Wdllace House of Reupresenta
tives s 1 legal bOdv according to
the requirel'ents of the Conlstitua
tion, alli it follows as a lQvecS::u-v
legal and logical corollary that the
tato goveimne)t kiownIl 1s the
lHamiiptoni Government is alone legal
nid constitutional ; and t(hat the
claims of (hanberain and his con
ftlerates alre founde u1poll usur11
patjoln ind unconsfititutional force
/.'cso/er/, 'hat we, the citizens of
Fairlfield, pledge our.elves by every
lawful llealis to aid and supporlt the
am lallpton govermuilient, and ill 11o way
to recognize or sustin the usrpa
tion of Ciamberlain and his co-con
-JResto/red, ThaLt wo deem it not
oIly the part of patriot-isll but of
self-interest for Overy citizen cheer
fully and p.oiptly to respold to tile
call of Governor Hampton and the
Wallace H-ouso of Recpresentative,
for a pre-payment of ono -tenth of
the aiount of the last tax by theimi
p)aid for State an11d county pulposes.
J 1eso/red, That any taxos paid to
the Chalberlain usurpatiol would
be an aiding and abetting of the
unlIwfiul conspiracy in which 110 is
engared 1, anll lnlawful paynlent, and
aI (onlSequent loss of the amount
JResolr(d, That we give our hearty
ConlCurelc(0 with, and approval of,
the resolitions adopted by the
County Club at its nietinig held on
the 23d day of December last.
JReso/ed, That we call but express
0111 aidimiration of the manner in
w hich tihe Sulprmemc Court of this
State 1has disregarded lparlisal influ
eices, fld decided according to the
verv right upon the grave questions:
involvNing the existence of constitu
tional g.,overnmient which it has had
litely before it ; thus exhibiting to
tie whole nation an example of
judicial integi ity as worthy of imi.
tatiou 1as it is exceptional in thesoe
times of blind party zeal. If the
voice of the people expressed ill the
callse of right, be the voice of God.
mu(h m11 0nore cnn the righteoos deis
ion1 of a court of justico e d oeclared
and1( reognized as the voice of the
JRe.'ql,'d, That we recommencld to
all true Souith Carolinians patiently
to await the development of events,
with ain ab idin1g confidence ill tihe
w'isdom of H~amp~lton and1 his condlju
tors, tile integrity of our judiciary,
and tihe goodness of that Power
which presidea over the dlestiny of
General Br'atton suggested that
before tihe preamlie and resolutions;
be0 submitted to ai vote, tihe mneetinlg
should have becfore it tihe a(dress of
Governor H:ampt on, on' ihe subject
of contr'ibultions5 to malintahin the
Con sti tuti onal Government.
The~ Secretary then readl tihe ad
dIress, 11s pubhlished inl tihe last issulo
of TuHE.Ns.ws Axn HIEI.:An.
Col. Rlion, ill supplor't of his roe
lultionls, ma~lde a spooerb of" soino0
length, in whlich 1h0 reviewed thle
actionl of tihe Rad(icals5 in Columbia
from tile first step of tile Board of
Canvassiers to tile pretended or
ganization of the Mackey House5 on
the one 1hand( and th1e la1wful organuia
tion of tile Wallace H-oulse on tile
other, atnd tile decision of the Su
prema Court aflirming the legality
of tihe latter. Ho thlen p)roceededd
IAs to tihe legality of tile inlaugura
tion of Hampllton and1( Simlpson there
can be but a single qJulestion ri'soFId
-whether, there not having bcon a
mlajority of tile Senate present, that
inaulgurationl wasR valid. On this
point the deisions arie all one waiy.
It is (dooided thalt whlere at consltitul
tional provisionl is made, giving a
1b0(1y certain privilcges, all such
p)rivilegos' mulst be used(, nlot to
prtoent, but to further tihe acts pro
vi led in tihe constitution. Now
tihe presence of thle Senate at tihe
declaring of tile votes for governor
and lieutenan t-govoinlor is a1 privi
logo accorded to tile Senators under
the Constitution. Thmey cannlot
thlerefore, obstruct 01r (delay tihe
inuuaion of governor ando
lietenntgovernor by absenting
thomlselves from thle House of Rep
reselltattivos whlen the vote is do0
clared by3 the Speaker. The
declaration of thle vote for Governor
Hampton and Lieutenanlt-Governrl~
Simpson wvas iust as valid as if all
the Senators had been presenit. On
tile otheor hland, thle Mackey Hous15
under took to reject the votes of
two counties. They had, poor
devils, to count ithOmlselves ill 80om1
way, and they wvent to figuring.
The3' had to say thlat fifty-nine
members constituted a majority of
one hundred and twenty-four. But
they couldn't say that a number of
votes twelve hundred larger was
inideed the smaller. This was too
steep. So tihey hard to strike out
Fagosleld and hiLaurons. But Cham
Judge WrigIt of the SIIr)).II
Court delloliced is i hig h-lu ied
outrage. The Situpreio Court. Il d
alreaidv leied that the Mackey
House was not ia legal body. I Hence
tat Houso cO ld declare neither
Ibinpton nor Chamberlain nior
allyone( elso governor. 11o Court
has virtually decided the question,
tind every nmni111 is bound to obey its
IIindates--uiiless it be held that i
i tizeinmay lawfully net agaillt the
courts. ''he Chamttl berliti n govern -
m111nt t a6mds only t hrough.1 Fedend
interferenlce. Thle inoops hmd no
rgtto initerre(, bult they did. TheI
admnhsn iat Wash'lingVon say
they gave lit) olerti for interfri
en1Ce. \\hat doe." Ont may A--"
IeD 11 shll orde vrs. C:meron
;:tys h a hVe 110 s1c r-h 1-. Huger
svNy he gavo oi) sich orders to his
subordilnate .illr. Iut t ,hey
haven't aOwiih oflicer. Thelly ail
toldI the truth. but. n1,>t the whiole
tr.1. Th'le grovernmen1lt ;1:and(S as.
ting!" t) o eue iblelf--hence the
Sty maigers-I feel tt thy are
wrong. Thu- l hiupt on -10vkrumenIVt
is sustained 1b r the CAoutt,1 ant1d the I
Cltiiihilin is ()I opp(se d. Our
prwesen t. p( oit imo is thi: Thew "I Hatmp
tol government Ilas at leg;il I louse,
bit no Se:n'mute: the C i s :i iill 4
illeg'Al (, ut. srtelss utaineod
by a legal Sent. Neither has a
full l egalI General A;ssembly.
HInce not) law enn1 be Nsd. '.e
have been so cirsed with legislation
for the p.ast eight ye'o-, that, but
for the uirngpublic. institutionls,
wve should detem this a happy stato
of IlYhirs. I'he( cl.ritable inst iLti
tions must be sustinued, and some11
other necessary expenises of the
governmtient paid. For this purpose
Governor Hapillton calls on the
people for one-tenth of the amount
of last year's tax. It is a citizen's
first oluty to resp)I1i. proiptly to
this (all. It will be not it contribi
tion only : it will be a part payment
Of regiuhar taxcs. Inl plying to the
-went'; appoint d by Governor
I lattinptoil, iot, only :ro we actiing
the part of opat I iot 1im1, but we will
rece it good voicber. All we
need to d, is to s:n tain the I [:amp
ton G overilieit till after Iie in
augutrationi of the new President.
A soonil as ie is inaugiratc-d
whether Tilden or Haves-the Hlamp.
ton goveriient will b recognized,
and we will be in full posssion of tho
State goveriutent. Looking for
ward1-not, illdood, in iiigiination
to that tittie, we should now imiost,
willing ly skusta:in1 thei legal govern
ment iint il it sll be in lull plosss
ion of the Stato. Then it will be
ablo to sustain itself.
At the closo of Col. Rion's re
marks, which wecre Well received and
frequently applauded, the resolu
tions were put to the ieeting and
Capt. R19. S. D~esportos then madeo
some remarks appiro priatto to the
general sublljct b~eforo the meeting,
and procee'dedl to give a grap)hic and
interestinug account of his testimony
anid that of the slippery-tongued
MIarshanll before the Senate Comt
mnittee in Columiai.
MaLtjor Woodard ofierd at
preambi)lel( andI r'esolutionl with refer
ence to the reprer:entatives fromn
this county, but, after som11 discius
sion, withidrewr them.
Mr. 1F. Gerig suggested thiat the
meeting act upon01 the Labor Resolu.
tions~ oftered by CJol. Rion at the
last meieting of the Coutnty Club.
Th'ley are as follows:
Whres It is the desire of
IGovernor Hampton that ast far as
pr.cteab c there be an amnesty for
aill plast differences bjetweeni good
citizenls, h~e it
Resu~o/recd, Th at we recommend( to
the citizenls (of Fairfield the follow
ing ivolicy upon1 the labor question:
1. Thte non. emp hloymen~t oIf Radi
cal /caders.', whot, poIHsssig sunti
mienft initellig'ee to comprehend the
effect of their 'ourste, halvO sho~wn
their prefereeohU tor miiirule and1 (di
hionesty over good government and
2. The oni-omplotymnent of thmose
who have made it mnifi est by their
par~tisanl blitterness, Iht they halve
bleen actutatedl in their sujport of
tihe Ra1dicail party, nIot by their
honest conicitionls, but by a hiatroed
of thto white race.
3. The preterence, in giving Com
ploymn1t and in renting Iand.a, of
those of then cloredl race who haveX
atided us5 in our endenvor to estatblish
a good atnd honest governmtont.
4. Tfhe 1prefenCe'1C, next to the
forogoing, of those who remained
Ineutral ill the late election..
5 . That (except as above specified
0111 relations to Lthe colored race0 as5
'to employment and renting bo0 not
affected b~y the toulrsO of anyone at
the la1to) election ; hoping that this
forbearance on our pa~rt will conl
viuneo the colorod1 raice that we (dosiro
no proser'iption1, but simp~ly to work
Iot; the ~ommifonl and1( enduring w~ol
fare (of both raccs.
The preamble .nd rosolutionsa
wero wvarmnly secon'lod by Major
W'oodward, and woro unman imously
On miotioni, thle proceedliin of the
meeting wore ordered to 1)0 pub
lished ini TLHE Niiwa AND HERIALD.
There being no fnether businesa,
the mooting, on motion, adjourne~d.
A California female has accom
plished tile difficult gastronomic
foat of eating thirty quails in so
'many days. After the second week
she was subjected to horrible
qualms, attended by dizziness and
partial failure of-vision, bIut pulled
MLE'rINo AT Rooi.:JEWAY.-At a meet
ilg of tho Ridgeway Democratic
Club bcld Jan. 3rd, the following
resoution were unanimously
Resolvel, 1. We the citizens of
Ridgeway and vicinity most heartily
endorso the action of Governor
Haunpton, and pledge him our full
sipport most unequivocally, aud
tit we will prollptly resplond to
lis call to pay ton per cent. of the
amlouit of our respective assems,
ients for the slat fistcal year.
2. That the foregoing bo pub
lih1 in TH: Nrw ANDn HERALD.
.1l1* undersigned takes pleasure in
intoriting his friends and the public
that he hasv removed to that largo and
commodious. Driuk Hotel, loented in tho'
ventre of hi)1iniss, where ho is prepared
to aieImm n lit'i t(lm with clean and
well furnsiied rooms, and a table siup
ilied with tho boat. that the market
lIe-iitends to deserve and hope, to
receiv te li u :ic platroliligo.
M. L. BROWN,
January, 8, 1877. tf Proprietor.
.. C. Clein's Pu ro North Carolina Corn
Tot Copor's Pure North Carolina Cop
per Distilled Coin Whiskey.
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH,
F. W. Iabenicht, Proprietor.
WT Id iiinorm my friends and patrons
that I have sohl my .':ire interest in
ImLy Ih-ksmith Shll 11p in t his place to MR.
N. L. G1iE11lT, wIho will continue the
busiess. I bespeak for him the same
liberal patronago heretofore given to mo.
Jany. i, 1877. J. I. ILBERT.
'~N taking charge of the business hereto
- fori conducted by MR. J. E. GIL.
BElRT, I ask a 1ot)tinuanucof the patron
atgo he -ha enjoyed. I shall at once
mtiace Ft great. roduction in the prices of all
kind1 of work, and in this way and by a
strict at tention to bu11si:n-ss, I hope to give
satisfaction to all who will favor m0e with
their cistom. Pllntation work a
specialty. M. L. GILBERT.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
COL. JOIIN P. THOMAS, Supt.
,Second1 8essioni, C. M. I., for
4 80 17, wilbegin on Feb
.:m For Circular, address,
1Efirm of MeCREERIY,LOVE & CO.,
is thisi day' dlissiolved b mtualtI~l conseunt.
TflOMAS A. McCREBltY and JIARRIE
1$. MeCRtEEIIY are authorized to close
then busines,- andiu will sign in liqulidamtion.
All persons owing said( firm are re
quesC~ted to makeC immelld iato payment, and
all to wh1oml thei lirnm is indebted will
pleae pre'senat their accounts at once to
the ablove for paymient.
TIlIOS. A McCREERY,
WNM. D. LOVE,
Cownn tsn., Jinj. 2, 1877.
Notice o1f (opar'tnershlp,
unde'lr the t'irmn name1 of McCREERtY,
LOVE & (C0. wil be contin~ued by
'lTroms~ A. MicCnennc~y and BIAnnRia B.
M~cCiariny, unider the firml name of
McCRtEERLY & JRTiYPIER.
Th'ley will koop) their usual10 full atock of
Dry Goods, 1'ots, 81 0oe1, liats, &c.
wlhi th1ey Will sell att the( lowest plossi
ble pr1ice f04or cash.
T[heir facilities for buying will enable
them to) offer np~lrcedented bargains in
everything they keep, and by hoenorable
nnd1 fair dealing they hop1) to receivo the
liberal pat reogo heretoforeoenjoyed by
Mr. BI. A. RtAwLs and Mn. War. TronRAN
will havo an interest in thobusinoss, and
will b)e glad to semo their friends when in
wanit of goodsH.
McCRltEY & BRhOTHlER, 1
Grand Contral Dry Goods Establishment
MT'. ZION INSTITUTE.
THlE next term of this
school ilil commience On
Wednesday, January 8d,
Te'rms por quarter, payable af
quar'terly in advanoe:
Pri mary department. ... $10 00
Intermediate " . . .. 12 50
Classical " .... 15 00
For Circulars &e., apply to
W. M. DWron-r,
dle 271 Prinipa.
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flHlE undersigned hereby give notioe
..that from this date they will sell on
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for goods from anyones Their terms will
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dec 21 Bi. ,SUGENHEIMEI1I& CO.
Boot and Sjoe Manufheturer.
'T'B undersigned re,.
__ eful anoes to the
?tieso airflold that he
h as removed his- Boot and
Shoe Manufactory to one door below Mr.
0. Mullers. I anm propared to manufacture
all styles of workI in a substantial anid
workmanlike maniner, ont of the very best
materials, and at pries fully as low as the
amne goods can be maniufactured for at the
North or elsewhere, I keep constantly oa
band, a good .Stook of Sole andUns
Loater, hoeFindiris &6,, which *0 b
sold at reasonable pros epairing
promptly attenided to, Tetistrictly Cash.
fle ried Hides bougb