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SOir Advertisors, will plnnso ro
membor thait advertisements, in
order to secure insertion, must bo
honded ill by nine o'clock on Tu03
day morning. Contract advertiso.
monts must bo handed in by the
same hour on Monday morning.
RAILRoAD ScHE.:n DuLEs..-The follow
ing are the hours at which the trains
on the C. C. and A. It. It. pass
For Clilotte, 1.10, A. H.
For Augusta, 2.33, A. M.
For Auguista, 10.25, A. M.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. M.
Associate Reformed Church
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. m., and 7
Methodist Church-Rov. G. W.
Walker, 11, A. mr., 7 P. N. Sunday
(11001, 10 A. At. Prayer Meeting,
Thuisday, 7 i. N.
Episcopal Church-- -Rov. J. Ohear,
fservices every Sunday except the
2nd Sunday of the month: at 11
o'clock A. M.
Preb-iyterian Church-Rev. C. E.
Chuichetor, 11 A. it., and 7 v. M.
a~bath School 3X i . M. Prayer
Meetinig, Weevday, 7j P. N.
Notico-R. C. Arnett.
Shaving S.loon-Honry Toolo.
Mount Zion Institute-W. M.
Now Goods-B. Sugonholicmer &
",Workingmen! Look to your in
terest and savo doctor bills by using
Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup.
Wo request our friends in dior
Ct parts of the county to send uin
notices of niarriages andi deaths in
teir noighborhood. Such notices,
when they contain simply the custo
mary announcoments, will not only
be publihed freo of charge, but will
be thankfully recoived.
"Treasuror" Cardoza announce.
that "owing to the unavoidablo de
lay in the collection of taxes,'" the
p syment of tho acieuOd interent on
the Stato bonds cannot be paid
beore April. We rather think thc
sleek-ced 1preacher will not have m:
chance to handh le much of the peo
ple's money at any time.
TONSOnIRIA. -WNo call attention to
the advertisement of H-enry Toole,
wvho has op)Oned a s9having and hair
cutting saloon in the rooms next to
thie store of Mr. A. P. Miller. Th.'s
*barber Comes well recommended b~y
the people of!Rlock Hill, where hie
j did buisiness~ for never~al years. lH
took an active part jn the work of
elct~cing Hampton, and was the
president of a very large Democrat
ic club-probably tihe largest, color
.ed Domoeratic organization in the
* State. We bespeak for his establish
mnent a liberal share of patronage.
MOUNT ZJroN 1NiTITUTE.-WO call
special alttentienl to th'e aidvertise
w ent of this most excellent school
* for boys and young men. The
p)rincipal, Mr. W. M. Dwight, is a
teacher of long exp~erience, and is
eminently fitted in all re
spects for the p)osition. he
occupies. His course of studlies is
both thorough and judiciously so.
lectedl, and as a disciplinarian he
has fow superiors. We commend~l~
his school to parents and guardians
as in every resipect worthy of their
The community was shocked on
Tuorndlay by the announcement of
the cath of Mr. John H. Brown, of
i uPown, from a pistol wound on
the head inflicted by liimself. Ho
had" for some time been laboring
under mental depression ; and had
retired to his room shortly after
breakfast on that morning, and in a~
few moments a shot was heard. Mr.
Drown was already dead when found.
Hle was theoeldest son of Mr. M. L.
Drown,-.was unmarried end waes at
the time of his death about thirty
(. one years of ago. Thbe whole com
munity sympathizes with his family
in thie boroavement.
A SoKNE IN CHzUuc.-There was a
ludicrously sudden descen t from tihe
sublime to the ridliculous in a coun
try church, not a thonsand miles off,
when a clergyman, preaching on thne
m 'rios entailed by sin, suddenly
ex' aimed, "Thank God, I am rnot
a~ suftorer ; my miseries have all been
healed, and what did it ?" The
change of tone started one of the
deacons from a drowsy mood, and1
sprimgmg to hiis feet, he *cried out,
"TU'To's LIvEa PILLS." The deacon
'as right in his estimation of this
Selobrated medicine. They will
ertamnly cure your "miseries" if
hey result from Dysjmpapia, Torpid
iver, Chills, -eaache, Loss of
ppetite, Norvousness, Desponden
COMMANDINO T1u1 PEASe.-Judge
Mackey was oxaminod 11st vook bo
fore tho Sonato Investigating Com
iitto in Cohunbia. In the courso
of his testimony, Senator Merrimon
(Dom.) having asked a question to
which Sonator Christiancy (Rad.)
objected, a violout discussion (nsuied,
participated in by all the mneibors
of the Conunitltoj. Judg3 Makey
who wNas present only as a witness
cahnly aroso, and said "Senators,
I shall havo to interposo my j'idicial
authority ait a peaco oflieor of the
Stato, u1(o;.4 yaJI c thn yoursolves;
al. presrvo order. This is an
'onrage.' 'The peace sh:3l bo miiin
tainal." This, timely .ally ini-tm.'1y
r.'stored ordur, ald was groo' odl by
all tho noblo Sonators with a h 3arty
THE,. LABOR Qw:SToN.-(iovernor
I unptoii ham issued' the following
address to the peopl of the State
on tho subject of the labor ques
CoLun,1, January 10, 1877.
An~ly conlmmnlicationus having~
been a1dressed to 1110 i1 re:a rid to
the labor question in the Stato. I
take I his mode of replying to them.
I feel so slang1inlo of a satisfaCtory
solutio;n of the pIresent mi1t.-d
(onldition of llairs, tit I h1 .ve no
hesitation ill reconuiending as full
and general employment of laborers
as8 is consisit.it with the means of
our peoplo. Great suf'ring will be
illicted oil the colored peoplo if
ticy . re left without employmmit
aIid the matorial interests of the
St.ate will be seriously afected in
this o vent. IHiumanit-y and somnd
oOlicy coniurI ill this 1s1,o to urge us
t > find w, rk for all those who hon
oit!y seck it. Many of those who
opposed uts in the lato canvass; now
acknowlege the lawful governmiieut
of tho-Stato and are willing to sup
port it. Our elerts shiuhl 1now )e
dirc(ted to the estalishiment of law
and orlei, nd to the promotion of
good will and harmony among ill
lamsss of our citizmns.
C'mmberlain and His Associatos.
From Ihe Cp fr Tfia Re.iser.
As Mr. C!ugnbol)3in haS plbliShd(1
in the Na'dion a denial that he 11:1
ever a:mlild Messrs. Dunn and
Elliott, wo insert, upon request the
following letter, which establishes
thiat fact. It will be observed that
he is guilty of the inconsis-eney .of
.dmuiting that tho nomilation of
Dunn and Elliott wat as iivitable
As the olection of Whipper anid
Moses, and if so, of course, accom
plished b~y the same corrupt insta ui
mon talities, and at the same)1 time
rep~ellinlg even the suspicion of hav
ing been concerned in it. Ono can
niot well soe how such a onitv
soul could could run 0on the s~mune
ticket, or hold ohlico with the men
wvhom lhe thus taikes paiins to wva.ab
his hands of. WYell may Massrs.
D.ani' and Elliott exclaim in view of
this letter, written only a few days
after their nomination, and ad
dr'essed to their most op)enly avowed
enomy as an apology for being in
their company, "Call you that back
ing of your friends ?"
STATEi OF SOUTH CAROLIN,
COLUMmIA, September 18, 187G.
DEARt JUDGE-I am11 surpiwo to
hear that you think I had something
to (10 secretly with 1.he nomination of
Dunn and Elliott. I think you
*should have conferred wvith me bofort
crediting suich a c:harge. There is
not ong word of truth in any wvay,
shape or imannor, in such' a slate
mnont. All my efforts, first, last, an 1
alhl the time, wero direc ted to provent
ingr such results. It was prnobably
as inevitable as the eleetion of Whip
per and M1ohesl ; but, however that
may be, I did all I could to proe'ni
it. Asm to the qjuestion of our dluty
in viewv of tihe ticket as it no0w
stands, there can b)e room for differ
once of judlgmont ; but surely you
will not boliov6 a charge that I am
priv~y to the nlo~mnations of the men
to whom you object. My whole
record ought to go proof against
such a suspicion. Yours very truly,
(Signed) D. H. Cnul~DER1LAI.
lHon. T. 3. MAcKY Chnetr,. C.0
appoi1tm ents of Special Agent:;, in
ne:rly all the canties, for the vol.
lection of the ten per enL co;ti
bution called for by him -uder the
a'ithcrity given in the preamblo and
resolutionsi adopted by the Con.di
stUta71:l I1-ause. The fol)IlIowing
1at i .-C exp tul.; itsef11, an1d gives the
nuIAe.CS off the appoineao:;:
E iacu r m. 1 . n-,,1.u,,mi-n,
Coumnen, Jamuary 10, 17I7.
The follow'n Se'la . A f2en it.,
have been appointed to colle( t the
ontoribution of 10 por cent. on LA
year's 11,1 n tey aerge:
tproeml.- at Onle t.) dischugoti
int. Apoitumtswill be an
11o)II(nI for the remaining couiie.
iu a fty (d tys. 13 )dk' o f recipts
and intructio s will bo frwI Irded
t i al Agonts. Ihy the resc lution;s of
the Hou-se of Rep)Vtresntrataves an.,
thiorizing t e (cal1 for this~Ci cotibu
tion, all AgentIs are' required to exe.
mtite bonds similar to tlhiose exacto
of the0 Trtesurers of the counticA,
.din alliC etsos Iim r'etiairemunt
must be fu'fillod. All fun it collec
ed. unwder this en112 mnu..t 'h tr:.nw;
miiftted to. this~ (Iflice to Gienera;l
Johnsont~bf Ha;o oOd, wh,) for the
priescait, wvill ac't as Silne Treauirr
anid Comnptrollecr General. ALll < x
p)ndti turies conltemiplatedm by the
resoltionls of the1 House w'"il Il.be
matl lo by checks gih 0 In by en oral
i Ligo )d and countersignexl hvy myl
st. 'IThe readiness of our o*~
n responding to the call inu:e
upon timm 1has alreadiy enleld me
1o pride(1 for' the immnediato and
pretss1ing wants of th~e f[inai~ti Av --
hun an .1 the Peoniteniiary', and I con
lidlent.iy trust that all the leituinatt
eLi ont of the latwfutl governmnnt 01
the Stat~e wvill be as pr'oml)y met.
WADE HIAMP~roN, Governt'r.
A bhe)villo-L Wa\Xrdlaw Perrin.
Anldergon-l~Jameus A. Hoyt.
Chaicaton-C. TJ~. Lo')lde & Co.
Darlington-J. . eL1.
GreenvilloW. A. Mintreat.
NoHerry--Jo13. W hteh.
Kershaw-. . PiCante.
Lancast-Wni. B.I Dun'lop.
Lexington--. . o nrix
Olcn-. . Iorr.
R ichlanld--W. H. DGibs.
ThLau a crrnem bAnd litton.
York-u iTos.~ at Robertton.pia
~ iCeorlto-J. o tero
Ct letion-J. I.at Irm. ,hc
Sar bng-J. bH.r hsinamo
Matters0 our inOf Coumia. oq
Thro, has occurred but tle Co:
toM.T Wlewasbruh before in
~for somo days, and it was exp)oetOc
Sthat he would submriit a report or
STuesday last. Of this rep)ort, e
&etolgraim to the News. and C'ouric,
The report of the rforoe in the
guo wJarratnto case is expected tc
show the election of Goneral Connot
aund Mlr. Lcapharrt, the~ Demnocratic
candidat a for at6 >rnoy-general and
blty, at last. So many confl icting
contingoroeios are taken in to aceoun t
such as the throwing out and includ
inig variousR boxes on enoh side, ,thai
nothing absolute can be giveni foi
soveral days to come. The oletior
of Connor and Loaphmart, Democrats
and the romaining State officers
-Rennblic ans. is considered theresul
fCW1t1)C)dso1h far 11poi tho kzo 8i of 1.
bmcit osibo (Jiopite C, l. Vol ilys
I lio gllol12t01iazII qUC1vition!, hi:'.l lot
at Jus1I.t aclV(Clit' I)CCl (let CPIC11iIIC(I
SOil th1is filbtIjCL ill p11 ~l~crgivV1
tho fo11owiving front its Columij
CC1,08polideAit, itrler date of .Jail
'tvi'y 12 :
Pvrswiils who ro Iv..Jf l 2We'll
be~o 111(, as t') V*.; J CarpC !". ~
ter, fl tA"ile F. I/ ,Clu (-.W,
lain. N C:08.' 1( " uIit: .-, w'I
iu :'s i II. t ith d ( - ;-; (1 VV
is ni 1ib I t Imy il, Il Ii. h'. vow.e
m rit (3I''( l'0i d4~ IthS of C' :' o 1 2,
(1ill No ,ye '.uc Cds a ;o fh)oIIC) o d
loan- us C!"'bm'~ wr I im 1 2 81.. o ..
A ' Vn1 ill- t Ithibe CO141 tueri l;41: A
r* Lioofte iiarkc widila aic, swu n RI
thc'iith iuiin ite h lawl I Iotve
ib(II 10 il o 114741lii11 o h ("m1ii21h)as
Cr by~ ICRo l) thatgiu is 011 It~c.:t I'1if
Carpen~ ljowlfor avch-4ich t 01'
Cilloto Nv3l dt CtroIn-A Gov1Cil C
front thu I to111 he()"fiae 4.f
Wf~an! 'i' o Cr h Ownb ~ab fsrall Im
j,)di cla (.1 "'.11 LIV iaC1fO ll '
1i (is~C A) tliiol. 1 till theCWt
4oof til tI)ke Le)Oz lti 1-, :111'"
ihey av Hti~ Chmbraiito 1.110 u t I)
fiit I'lcrd'lo to 1o .wssbil., of~
I''O thi l e lllo I\'UC i '1i'Cpt ~ilItl l0\V
aoajC'i I.II full S lto ild the iipAI 11;41
taaN ol 110 ol In. i o rC) Iy 11.0 11-6
11"14, itlte fii ll of theCl.illibc(I.
avii C o thac"i te o uil -iL'y 1
Slicr. 01u of thirlanyti
ofICI(C dong th '-oil: fo(jl rlI wilh tley
-llo to01 J'SoJ Sl C'-lil wa ber t
1:Alicre fro h lG 1118 1(211lef uE.
di~i2 j t ,iLl''t c.r:n lillJiici' t o
ljt~OUV IA .1 '.,I-N Ilo T .
c l te-C:l:ily ofe~ C ie
ofd snto iUe' adi thisd N ll
the hve lor (21 d11:i01:) I O I'h 'C his
axll 0 1its :tkovn, tl TOYflat)1
Lo venI.01' ill Cl'o:'!x~i :C o Ii
f xitl of ;lie toN.2) 01Vwtil
"cC n'eie 110 gov~doaul thnm :11114
Iml at Qi*i wAthoy
4~i'.L3ItlI~d ate CrLl1 l:4 dv: wit-o
S1iAVi dA SALOON.
j44. i .u I Ite public that. li) h3
openc1Il It Sh:U. ingt and1 I1ni-cuttingl
'-aloonl inl the1 room tw doomrs west of the
post-41 11ic 1, Wheve he will 01(ke la.siur ill
wervin all those ho .) ?intv, fa1vor him
w.I I th v; -ll. Evek;ry%. hinl" in'hItia lin d c oneI
j., 18 f NIENY TOOL1E.
I.wlrsons h.Oldin ll ins againlst,
ti t-41 , 1.1 Cit. IitIh n.b i-.'; A, r ) o
"t'. i :! e' t , i rt. V at htir
No. 3. 1 N . V i n -r
n ; . 8 7. A Eii t~tr
C filr this; t oln re_ I ho l
T n ,t P.AY 111-: (IN . A U~s e r IN~v
Ii ''ii4 1'' t11L4t I ut 4-4'!! $15 1)0
21, (ioep rQ at ai ek ,1S2,001
i m. " :'' If. L i
. A . T IWllT
Fresh Soused Tripp,
Frei-sh Souscedl Pigs' Feet,
B ' I CIc & ot-1
C, h 'r (I1' I A f. : P)1
and all4olher artelo usull kep filn
Como and see, whii4ithe o want0
ta'. o by or noll'~ et.. -Wo tr
Aiuuu '~\ ni O.\'g I n ~:-e o 11aj12114i~l
jh I I 1I' 44 i . .'Itf.1.I :l1, ' at 0 (1
Cor14 1 -rY~ nr F 44:11r..
Tho' \s. 4) Neely (a:dmIinitrator o Est of
Ann Wa1 4144 llg, '41( I '4 14vs. Elizabet
riated easf 110 wll orcw~ 4 for aenth
tir4OnSHily in Fbrarynet.befr1th
[y wouir aces u~eorTls and blonde
Pl~ili Walli 44a3' (4I or: u
Ial e, b ameI io- ind li-:s yearslc th'r
day of ale'1. 1 Purchasersf Ijt(to pay)1for
*Jt11'.I'D 1 Tl JC E. (1,I~''
T ' wouldn iormo my' theid and4jI~E4 pat1ron
. I'tho I havol' ld~ m1 y outr inter . in,
ig.a l.e G14E(R).)Tl wh W 41(11 cotn the1
liberal at r roag heetja ofore giento 4414.1
HJany. it 1 iW/7-14 J.)4114i E. 144)40 ERT.V(
TNl.lzlt1 takn ho he bsiness' 34 herto
.peLtfr cnt nt db M J, . IIR .
Uri1I th rmi n fthe pu-on
make agr$-0educto in,0 e.pice or l
kid 1f8w7r, and7 ili wayi oan Fb
stitatniontoy busi nesx hp.t gv
t~heiricustom PCantation wr a,
COL JHN uP, lTHOMASlt upt
LOW PRICES OF
R1. F Leetch& Coss.
TE' lin of N otions in the County.
Gents' Furnishing Goods of best quality.
lintikets, "ilum Is ia Boulevard Skirts,
at the lowst prives.
Special attention clled to tho largest aud
best selected Stook of Kentucky
Jeans ever before ol'ered
to the fairLicld
fdieli' triuined Ilats inl go at variety
'he above, gods will ie sold either at
Wholesale or Retail.
All goods offered low for CASH.
CALL AND SEE US.
WE DEFY COMPETITION,
R. F. Leetch & Co.
out 1 -1i .i in ! F Eldpr's
ElAmTER & BRE
.1ost re-pectlully request Ihe
inspee. ion of their chellp an11d
well Selo tcd stock of
goods, whi ch they
t~i'r its low as
anly hioue in
D)partmuuent is full anud complete in
RUFF'S, SILK TIES,
l'andkeruhiefs. 'ol'rs, ('uIf &c., in
great variety and at extremely low prices.
A ME'RICAN DELANES,
Nice Dress Go~ods, colored aind black
Alpaeas, at prices that defy competition.
Consist ing of' Ilrownu liomiespun, Check
ed Il- ines pun , Dhenimis, TIickings, Shirt
iags, A o., at. prices to suit, the price of
A splendid lot of Jeans; and Cassimiores,
Glent' andi Boys Suits which they ofl'er at
WVhito and Rcd Fbinels at solling
A FULL STOCK OF
Gents', Youths,' Boys' and Clhildrens
clothing of overy dlescriptionl,
THEIR LINE OF
Gents' F'urnh~ hing Good4 is comploto in
GENTS', L ADIES',
Youths', lb y-u' and Children's Shoes in
~rent v'arict), and at u .deniably low
.JDepartment Is full and complete, eon
masting of overything generally found in a
A NEW LOT OF
Good and cho.1p o.arpets just received.
Call and examine before buying
your goods elsewhtere
McMIASTERI & BRICK.
$3,250.40 worth of space in various
newspapers distributed through thirty
States will be sold for $700 cash. Accurate
insertions guaranteed. A list of the
papors. "iiv'l't laily and weekly cireula.
tion rnd printed acehedule' of rates, sent
free on appliocation to GEO. P ROWEJig
U. G. )ESPORTES
(ONCEDED to Holt those Goods which
ho makes a specialty lower than any other
merlant ill the city.
A fresh assortment of Christmas Goods
just at hanid.
Frenoh and American Candles.
Northern Ap~lve, Oranges, Cocoanutu,
A large nssortment of foreign and do.
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
P7 Call an(d examine,
1URNITURE, Parlor Brackets and
- Pieturo Frames, for design and
workmanship, unequalled. Rtnem.
wor my prices are beyoud competition for
ht samne quality of goods.
A NEW SUPPLY
)f Rustie Window Shades, low in price
lurablo, convenient, that never get out of
mrder, and will last, longer than any other
'hade. Mattrewios, Pictures, liat-Racks,
dirrorsaud Lunber for salo.
Furnitura neatly repaired at moderatQ
rices. Special attention given to tho Un.
lertaker's Department. I keep on hand it
ull supply of Cases and Wood Coffins.
MY TE101 ARE STRICTLY CASH,
DONNOR & CHANDLER
TO0 THIEIR NEW ST&)CK 01F
Tablo Spoon m,
Ladfos' Gartor Latohes.
HE firm of McCREERY,LOVE & CO.,
is thiS dlay dissolved by mutual consent.
THOMAS A. McCREERY sand BARIE
B. McCRIEERIY are authorized to oloso
the business, and will sign in liquidation.
All persons owing said firm are ro.
riuested to mako immediate payment, and
all to whom tho firmi is indebted will
pleaso present theoir accounts at once to
tho above for p)aymnent.
THIOS. A MeCREERY,
WM. D. LOVE,
BAlRRIE B. McOREERY.
CoLUaJ, Jan. 2, 1877.
Notice of Copartnership.
THTE business heretofore conducted
under the firm name of MoOREERY,
[1OVE . & 0O, will; be continued by
TuOMAS A.,? McCanuiar and BAnats B.
McCaa, undler the- firm name of
NMoREERtY & BROTHER..
They will keep their usual full stook of
Dry Goods, Poets, Shoes, Hats, &c.
which they .will sell at the lowest possi.
ble prices for cash.
Their faoilities for buying wIlls enable
them to offer unprecedented bargains ita
averything they keep, and by honorable
and fair dealing they hope to, receive the
iberal patronage heretofore enjoyed by
Mr. B. A. RAwr~s and Mn. WM. Uoawqt
will have an Intsrest in the business, and
wril be glad to see their 'friends * honi(a
want of good s.