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RAIRo D SmI r,.--The foll)w.
ing arc the hours at which the trains
on the C. C. and A. 11. it. pass
For Charlotto, 1.10, A. .
For Augusta, 2.33, A. M.
For Augusta, 10.25, A. M.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. 51.
Asisociato ljermed Church
Rev. J. H. Todd, 11 A. a., land 7
Me1[vthlodist Church-ll11v. (. V.
Walker, 11, A. 'M., 7 1,. m. Hunday
School, 10 A. M. Prayer eeting,
. .I hursda, 7 p. ar
Episcopal Church- -Rtev. J. Obear,
Services every Sulniday .ex!Vpt the
2nd Sunday of the month: at 11
o'clock .. it.
Prosbyteria lin Chreh-Itv. C . F.
Chievt.or, 11 A. Mr., and 7 v. -.
8albbath Sehool 3.1 1.. m. PI-aver
Meeting, W(dne(sday, 71 1. .
Ne vw Goods-R1 L. Daninnberg.
.Masonic- Mooting-Wml. N. Chand.
Dwelling to Rent-James M.
Clearing out Sale.-McCroory &
Always keep the bottle hant11dy,
Do not plaeo it out of sight
For it eured our little Andy,
Who was coughing day and night.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. *
A iniber, of the violent Ilepulb
licai colored leaders at Ridgew!y
Whom the favillers preferred not to
employ this year have mado affida
vits pledging .themselvt-s to suppol LI t
iKmupton's governmnen t 4.and to pay
tLXCs to his i ntee.
An inquiut wai held by Trial
Justice James Aiken, on Saturday
last,, over tIe dead body of a colored
infant that died near Monticello.
The vordict rendered was that the
deceased came to its death from
causes to the jurors unknown.
W 'arren R. Marshall has sworn a
wholo batch of-slanders against the
goo:1 People of Ridgeway. The
intimidation to which Ie refers
existed only in his own guilty
Colscience. The tostiiolly of the
best citizens of that town complete
1y refutes his (-harges.
On Monday Tr. C. G-aston, Esq., of
Chester mado his de//Ut as5 solicitor
in this County. Mr. Gaston is a
gentleman of tailenit and~ culture, and
hast experience ini his p~rfssioni.
He is a faithful worker and will be
an1 ef!ieient servant of the people,
por'forming his dulties without fear ,
favor or prejudlice.
The spell of rainy weather .cn
tinues ~over the whole County. and
the road; are becoinng daily . pore
implassable. The saturated condi
tion of the soil prevents the farmers
from engaging in any preparation for
plmiting. This is discouraging in
view of tho scarcity of money andl
p)rovisions in the County. A large
erop of smiall grain is necessary to
prevent actual want dluring the later
Mr. James Q. Davis is getting li.a
bond readly and will in a few days
open1 his books for the Hampton
Contribution. The eall of Hampton
is meeting a1 prompt response in
overy county, while the taxpayers of
Fairfield aro wvaiting for a chance to
.manifest their adherence to the
constitutional governmen~t. Cham
berlain had better comlo down
*We ajpend an extract showing
the spirit of Irmcaster:
Mr. U. B. Whites, tax aigcnt,
opeoned his office in Lancaster Jan
nary 10th. Duriug the day lie took
in $1,060, about one-seventh of tho
proposed amount. The peop~o were
anxious to pay. An old colored
man, Wmti. lDe~alt; botter known asi
"Uncle Billy," insisted on contribu
tinig a dollar, though lie owns no
p)roperty and is exelmpt from the
Poll tax. Mr. Pottis (Chick, whose
quota wvas only $13, saidl that wasn't
enough for Hampton, an4 pi<.d $50
more. Mr. 8. K. Dick, a' Goorgia
cotton buyer, asked'leave to cdntri
buto a ten, dollar bill, whilch witR
granted 1The wvholo amount called
for will be p.'9.
1'IoMrPTLY .AiD). ---The following
letter explaino itself, and it speaks
well for. thb; prdmptmnsstfhe Bom-.
pany mentioned thbroin :
\VINNIIohO, H. C., 3an,. 18, 1877.
Mr!.. .Rdftor -
I te pl'eafriro in stating. fore the
information of the public that the
loss sustained by me on the 28th of
Decomberas, 187(1, on my, gin-house,
. i t.ho' the H ArNT PAtIJI Fiii ANDJ MA
juNK I NSIIIAN(1 oNt'A etames~ WV.
Law aou, ma hidta oonnsettle
to myenth' 1al fttimC by m 'Wif
conity, Ark:ils:rs, died very sudden
!y at'r residenceo on tho 23rd of
Devember hist. Sho was a daughter
of Mr. -J sophi Cnllonll, all old citi
Zen of Fiirlield.
A Secmli I-n neiuncii.-.There was it
ludicrously sudden descent from tle
sibliIe to the rliiculous in a coui
try ch11uch, not at thousiand muiles oil,
whien a clergymn, preachinig oil the
miseries enl'tailed by sin, Iulddenly
exclaimled, "Th-r~ank (god, I. am1 not
at iuffrerel ; In-,y miseries have all heenl
hetaled, andI what did it ?" The
chalfnge of toio started one of the
demtconls froml it dr~owSy mlood, anld
spriniging to htis feet, he cried out,
"TJu'rrv's Laiv Piiis''." The deacoin
was righit inl his est imiial iom of this
(elehl':tl Iiedicine. They will
co.-taintly clre yvr "Jinis'ries" if
they rC.ult from ysp1) , ilep*sia, Torpid
Liver, Ctaills, HeAdacie, Loss of
Appetlite, Nervouslness, Despondv'I
(y or Goenerall Debihtv. 'ake Ohe
dv'l ildvice) lnd try 1ih(4m. *
Ti reirnis to Gon'erall Iaigood,
Ieting cumptriOllerl gcllal, in liate
'i readinless vith hv~lich thle tax
paVe' lre rOSpolding to the call of
Gs~vernor 11:impton for contribit
tii ; to sustatin the lawful govern
mont of the St-at. The Clnibia
COI rre-poldent of tho 'AOes and
The special agents' reports, in
Comptroller Hagqood's office, shlow,
the alloillt reviceiv'ed here on ie
coilit of tIle 10 per vent. vollntary
tax. As Saturday was the first dav
for making the returns, only seve'n
Counties hIlave bell of'li!illy hIa.d
foasyet. Thelly report inl rounid
n muh1rs.1Ri1h1and. $%3,000 : D:trl-,
ingOton -.01,000: Barw3 l, t! 8 I1 5 0:
York, 1".1,900 ;Newherry. 1-'3.300:
AbbeviHle, $1.500 ; Charleston, $21,.
The r ge nts report that the ecolor
(-d people are payNin prmply andf
im large nonll1lbers. Governor Hamip
tonl SavS Ie ihas soul)lght no loani itt
the INo'rth, andA nieeds ionje.
Tinr GOVImNOIrIIIP.-The giblrlna
torial question has colie Squaroly
up hofore the Supremoi Couirt, as
will be seen from 1the following, (on
tair.ed in a telegrain to the NYews
and Couier, datted January 22:
Judge Carpentor's opportunity is
lost. It will be relinllhered tNat
when flih recent hihabc corp c1 ne
up1) before him, ill colsequeleo of
Sliperillienden t. Parlile's refusal to
r'eognize Mr. Chaiunber-lainl's; prdonl
Of at COnviet inl thePnieiay
there w'ere, ill fact, two writs. its
Chamb- l.iin ...prdo of the 1_ne
date. Only on case('iS, that of Smith,
wals 'onisidered at th time, asC itS t.wasl
madile thle test case.
Jutdge CarpenOl1teri hlainlg reCsCr'ved
hlis diceisionl mei:mw~thile, for what
scomns a long time to the other'1
pr'iier, Johni F'ulton, his counsel
have hnow yielded to his nlaturld
alnxiety, anid proposeR( to bringi hlis
('aso( befoi'e the Suhpremlfo .Courti on a
wr'it of hIabe(as 'orp)us ti10-m1oro at
11 o'e'oek. .As the Ii'st enso would
have fohund its lfnal mettlemlenlt inl
th is Court, on the aplpeah of one side
01' the other'I, ll interest in the ma1:t
Str is no0w transllferr'ed from Judg~be'
Calrpcnter's decisioni to that of the
hligher' cour11t, wich will, doubtless,
1- Cconsistenlt with its recent action
and- 1 be speeC(dily lrndered3(.
Eighlt colored miurderer's we're
r'ccently convicd and sentenced to
death in Abbeville. Th'ley were a
portion of the baind which two
mlonlthsH ago ambuhsended and killed
a young white man11 ats he wasi r'iding
out of Lowndesville. The jury was
comp]os'ed of eight colored and four'
wvhite mieni. The~ evidenlce wJas COn -
clusivo and the jury found a verdict
inl accor'danuce with the latw and the
facts. Tis is a ~pleasing c'ircuml
stance as showing thuat par'tisan
pre'judice andl~ pai~oni arO not siuf
fered to cross the threcshold of the
temple of Justice. The courts are
sup~reme safety of tho State. So
long as the law is obeyed politics
cannot destroy the liberties of the
The C!reuit Court.
The January term. of: the Court of
General Sessions for the county of
Fairliold, oponeod on Monday morn
ing laist, his Honor T. J. Mackey
presiding. The grand jury was1 or
ganiod with Sami.' R. Johnston as
foreman, the following jurors an
Kwering to their namos :*SamI. 1R.
Johrnston, Fred. Copes. Joh~n Lee,
Preston Rion, Williatm Mosea,
Owon Gilbert, Jno. A. Robertson,
Peter Goings, Jerry M'rrtin, F. 'H.
DuBose, Thomnpson Chiappell, Star.
ling Glenn, George T. Soiglor', WV.
H.' McGill, B. F. Boulwareo, WV. H.
Tile grand jurors wore then duly
eworn, and hi8 Honoer delivered to
them the following chiarge:
The Supremho Court of the
State having adjudged the Chain
borlaiin U~ouse to be. au illegal body
and without any constitutio'nal sanc
tioni, 1n0 pro'tonded tax-bil or'igina
ted in that body shall b'eefif reed
gywhorewithin the, jurisdiction
>Theo duo maintenance of public
ord r and the efficient admninistra
o of-tM 7kWE Ma upon 'tie
juli1iai dI-parI t mniit,( of I Ie govern.
Imlit the responsibility of deterinill -
m'g for itself at least. nid for the
t11ei being, ats to who ik t1he lawful
0.'ver-ior of the St:ite. The lpresi
din'g Jiudge( of this court recognizos
.1is Excelleecy Wido a11mfi)pt.onl.
and him on ly-as the Governor of
Sout h1 Carolina His warrants of
paldoll will be obeyed by the Sheriti
iml tihie case of any person coivicted
in this Cour.t, and ill commiis.4on1s
issuled by him11 pumrsuant to law will
e dily respectedt No pretlmiled
CO(l i-imn issiued by 1). 11. Ch'1111
ber-lain sbilsiietutienit t'O Decelber 14,
187( he day on which Governor
IHampton waIs_ 1in.iguri1ated1, 111111 h
held Io have any1v forco or vii tuo
withini the limits of this judicial cir
cst. 'Tho sheri Il will receivo
nlo prisvoners into) the( jaiil un~der. pro
tihdcolmmitmentils i.ssue.1 by pre
Ilnded T 'l'rial Jiustices assumiing to
act. Iider clniions isued by
ihe said pretvn(ler 1). IH. ChmiaIbor
lain inve that date.
You will diligently inquire wheth
er any persHo(n has Iele evicto'1
froi h oulse or lamd, or discha rgIed
from em ploy nt. hvaumoe of 1.1h
tckcet voted by him at the receit
(ilertion. ''Ie Ilballot uiist be free
and un)tranuinelled ntid iiust expresst
the will of (he voter, and not that
of anotlher. He wvho votes under eth
s1.'v of :i auplifte I nrii raised to
strike him down, should he not vote
for the Candidate of his owN choice,
ii to that extent. a slave. The law
visits severe penaltiesr upon those
who dare to practiso intimidation in
any form against. their follow voters,
and if any person is convicted by
logal proofs of uich oiiense, this
(out will visit upon him the highest
fine and the longest terim of impris
Oflilonmit tilorized by our statitos,
in order that the sialctity of the
ballot shall be Iaintaiied inviolato.
Ille grand ju-y nilist inquire if
a1V hi'tumed or"gan1istionus were op0
rated in this county inl the last
(Itetiol, for the intimidation of aly
NO 011 oil accout of his political
You are instruicted to preseit
any person for nuis-mnce, On (omli
plainlt ad to youl, who is enl
gaged ill purchasing 1rI iciltir'al
pl llcts in the nigh t-tiie, eVon
tholugl le oihould ILavo pi- clhaedI
oily from the laiwfuil ownlers thereof.
You will also diligently ill
quire if any discrimination in
ado agailst plisollers in the jail,
or inimates of the Poor -louse. oi
alccount of race or color. You will
report oil these matters inder the
soln s:i(ctions of your oaths 1as
grand jurors', whict bilid you to
present. no man through envy, ialred
or udiilice, and to leave 11ono Ipro
sen1ted th.(rough fear, favor or all'ec
tion, Or reward or the hopo of re
The1 fo'regoing" Ceo iibt a
brief( syniopsis of the Iiiost exOellent
ebarge of his Honory. Hi~s insxtrue
tions~ to tihe granid jurly were b~othl
compIrehe~nsivo and forLcile. It will
be observedl that his H-onor jistructs
the grand jury to inu1(~ire& rigidly into
the miatte oV(f in timlidation of voters.
This is right, and it is what all
the ipeolie, withocut regard to p)oliti
cd p)arties, earnestly desire. HeI
also caLllsi attention to the traflic in
seed cotton and( other~ prioduc, eaor
riedl on so extenisively at somno
counltry stores. As far as9 our in for
motion euxtendos, Judge Mackey is
tile 01n1y circuit judge in the State
who hasx instructed the grand juries
at every teirmu upon these implortanlt
The comisijon of T. C. Gaston
as Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial Cir'
cuit was read andh ordered to be
sproaeid upon01 the recordi of the Court.
Soveral bil1ls woro handed out to
the grand jury, and thio following
cases were trica :
Stato vs. 'Wyatt Goings, ind(icted1
for grand~ larceny. D~efendant
Stato vs. Glenn Davis, indicted
for grand larceny. Defendant
pleaded his own case. Verdict
State vs. David Gordon,
indicted1 for assabult and batteory
with ai deadly weaontl)--Gaillard &
Reynolds for defendant. Verdict
Tu Ea1Ay, JANUAnY 24.-Court met
at the usual hour, and p)roceedod to
the disposal of the following busi
State vs. Jacob Williams, indict
od for grand larceny-F. J. Camne
ron for defendant. Verdict-Not
State vs. .aivans Harris and James
Jackson, indicted for malicious
mislcief-Jamfes B. -McCan ts for
defendants. Verdict-Guilty as to
Evans Harris, and 1Not guilty as to
State vs. Andrew Glymph,
Nathan Wilson, Charles Tucker and
John Wilson, indhictedl for burglary
and larceny--A. M. Mackey for
Charles Tucker and Andrew
Glymiph; Gaillard & Reynolds for
Nathan Wilson and John Wilson.
State vs. Charles Burke and Jack
Wilson, indicted for grand larceny,
and burglary and Jaceny-noz.
pros. r s to Jack Wilson, who had
trnenl Sta1te's evidence, and cse
capitinued as to Charles Burke, lie
havidng niot yet been arrested.
Tho 'itt then, . adjournedl till
WedineEday IRrnng at ten o'clock.
M AIIL, o) thet 4111 of Jiaary, at
the residen .e of the brfido's nother, near
Itid-cway, by tho Rev. N. W. 1 haonli
Mr. lHonjainm J.TeemI to N iss Cynrth:a J.
Daiughter of the late it. A. Itohorough.
WELLING houso to rent,
jan 25 It J. M. STEW'AlT.
11innsiboro Log No. 11, A. P. M.
rgular cOmI unication of this
.V Ldg90 will bM held this evoning at
Ilrethren il iii rear:< will cotuo preparod
to pay tucir dues.
WMIN. OllAN DER.
janl 5 1e2retary.
OlERAT CLEARING OUT ShE
ID ]7R G OO D S,
(A l PETN',
BOOTS, SHOES, and HATS,
Grand Central DRY OODS
.STA I 1IS IIXENT
D1c~reery & Brother,
A'l NO bought out the interet, of
W. D.LOVE, we will make positive
sile of our entire stock for usgi fit, pjies
fir below osot, to mako room for a cheio
alind Clgilt, stoV'c of
'Pho following aro some of the leading
T 'apestry Briiussielx Carpots, best makes,
at $1.00 it yard.
Extra Super aud Ingrain and All Wool,
it 50, 75 aid i$.00.
\ inldow sha(dos and Rugs b low coFiSt.
Drvss Golds, at Io, 12j and 25, reduced
friOmir 60 an11d 75.
H osiery and Gloves at half their value.
Bent Standiaird l'rints, ait GI and 8A.
4-4 Wamutta hleach, at 121.
4-4 Androscoggin aind Fruit of Loom,
Boots and Shoes at, half price.
Big bargains may bo exIeted, and a
littlh 11moe.y will buy a good manury goods,
We intend to do i live busines, aRd will
al -, ays halve bargains to offer our custo
; uipr mles sent on application and
expressage paid oil bIls ver $10.
McClltEER Y & BROTHERI,
G,'rand Central Dry Gonds Establishment.
T. A. McCEu-;ny. B. B. MCCIuimBny.
I. A. N.VwuIs. Whl. IloKAN.
D A N:N E N B E R S'S
CALL AND SEE THEM.
J. C. Clein's Pure North'Carolina Corn
Tom Cooper's Pure North Carolina Cop
per Distilled Corn Whiskey.
FOR SALE LOW FORl CASH,
F. W. Hahanlcht Pro.r....
Il l 811 ED411 -) IN cOI.UM DIa, is
The cheapest Daily Paper
IN 8OUTh CARoLINA.
ALL THE NEWS
Of the Day Condonsed.
Nubser ption, $2)50--6 Months
M-0 PronounIed t ho betit Domocratic
Daily at tho Capital. Addrei
JULTAN A EFAY, Manager.
Boot and Shoo lanuracturer,
WINNSBOtO, S. C.
i'llEl undornignod re
fspectfully nnoninee to tho
cti/.iIen of Fairtield that lie
ali removed his Boot and
Shoe Ala ifact ory to ono door below Mr.
C. Mullerm. I am prepared to :nanufacture
all stvles of work in a nubstantial and
workninnlike manner. out of the very best
materials. and at prieus fully as low al tho
Hamm gooti van be nizufactutred for aet tho
North or elsewhero. I keep constantly on
hanmd, a good Smo+c of Solo ani(d U >por
Leather, Shoe Findings &C., which will Ie
sold at rea-tonasblo prices. 1tepairing
promptly att inded to. Terms sitrict ly CIhIL
,ro- bried hliden bought.
oct 12 J. CinLNDINING.
J.F. Mclaster & Co.
NEW OOODS! NEW 000DS!
JUST RECEIVED I
Consisting of all the Latent
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING IS
AS COMPLETE AS ANY
PRINTS PRINTS PRINTS
61cts. 8Acts. M0cts
BLANKETS, SHAWLS and LAP
ROBES AT THE LOWEST
WOr would Call R)ecild attention to
our completo stock of Ready-mado
Shirts made to or.:er and a fit
Or'u4%XZ3. tX e 2cl..
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES,
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS'
Pegged, Cable, and Ilandsewed.
Ladies Shot-s or the best make, and
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED.
GIVE US A CALL BEFORE
P URCHASlNG ELSE WHERE
AND WE OUARANTEE~
J. F. McMASTERI & CO.
TO OUR CUSTOERS
WHO are indebted to us for PRO VIS.
IONS or PHIOSPHIATEs, we would respet
fully call attentlon, that your bills are duo
on or before the first of November. Wo
are doponding on you for payment AT
ONCE, to enablo us to moet obligations
made to assist you, and which are duo' at
In order for us, as well as you, to main
tain our orodit, it is necessary to moot our
Beaty, Bi'o.a Son.
Ettonger & Edmond,
ML/ANUFACTURE11S of 1'ortable and
... Stationary Engines and Boilers of
all kinds Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills,
Mill Gsg g, Shafting, Pulleys be.
AMnaioA Thfnents WA-Era WhEL..
Camerota's Speclal Steam Punyps
oo 9Send for Ctalogue.
Pubiishers and Printers
C'an hty direct of tho Manufactitrer on
"Tim AN1ON IIARDY CurTiNo MAeitiggF
are the breos and eliapest low priced
1nMhine naade, and havo a national rev it
tution for tatility and durability.-' Ae
'rTMN A NN IIABDY PAP'U Currim is by
far the best piachine which can bo ob
tained for a less prico than one hundred
dollars. It is of great trength. These
na'hinee have always taken the highest
Htilnd. It is the only inacline to which
iN applied the Patent Movable Cutting
Boar . This device has a reptutation of
itself: by it, the citting board can be in
stantly and accurately uwovid, so that a
pe'rfect cut is insured. This in a veryi im,
portant. point inl the machine, am one
that is posststvin'l by no othor. It greatly
reduces the labor of preparation in work
nig the paper haukward and forward.
We cannot too stroingly recommend the
advantage's of tIhis patent movable board.
It iN worth the prieo of thia maachine, and
pin-ehasers HoIld jlly lnderstanold how
highly it iN to Io valied." (e. 1>, 11odiu
& h.'s Aeiesqcr lomlenrr aid Printer's
''M. IATEsT IMInOvEI) ]HARDY CARD CIOT
Tl hi pronounced the most desirable
Card Cutter in the market, for the general
lises of a print iniig oilot.
'The well known 1100l,8 CAM) CUTTER
with my latest improveniont, is till pre
ferred by Imiany printers. aind holds its
favoritisn over other miachin's.
None gonuino hut those having my full
ildremss lettered in the easting.
/:* Newspapiers in want of advertising
from first. parties shoild send for my
nc JIADIITON Is GoMc.o
of the 11 hole People,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, FOR
ALL AT THE
DRY 00ODS, FANCY GOODS
N Dress Goods. Calicoes, Bleached
anld Unblleacmhed Mulinsll , SlimVwls,
Fuir, Clomks,Boulevard Shirts, Cor
sets, Millinery Goods, Flowers,
Blankets, P ants Goods, Checked
H Iomespunus, Boots and Shoes
of all kinds, Men's Hats
JUST OPENED FOR HOLIDAYS
A lot of Fancy Goods, suitable for
Fresh Family Grocerics, Cheose,
Mac'aroni, Soap, Candles, Starch,
French and Plain Candics, Cocoa
mints, Oranges, Northern Apples,
Sugar and Soda Crackeirs, Lomons,
Canned Goods, Firo Crackers, Prize
Candy, Irishl Potatoes for eating
pulrposeis, Tobacco, Cigars, Mackerel
&c.. &c.,-all of wvhich will be sold
as low as5 the lowest.
Agent for Butterick's reliable
Paper Patterns-a supply of latest
styles for Laiesic and Chiirhon, jus t
docC 21 J. . 30 AG'S.
NEW GROCERY STORK
fAVING taken charge of the Gro
cery Store formerly occupied by RI.
L. Dannenberg, I desire to irform
the public that I koop constantly on
hand a fresh and choice stock of
' IB'~1lYJ 0llO0E1IE%.
N. LEVIN, Jr.
Winisboro, 8. C., Dec. 14th, 1876.
T HiE undersigned takes this method of
informing the public that he has
opened a Shaving and lIIair-cutting
Siah on in the room two doors west of the
post. ofieo, where he will take pleasure in
sorving all those who may, favor him
with a call. Everything in hisa line done
in the latest and most faahionable style.
jan 18-tf HENRY TOOLE.
Win nsbo oHtei7
THJE undersigned takes pleasure in
informing his friends and the public
that he has removed to that latge and
commodious Brick Hotel, located in the
centre of business, whore he is prepared
to accommodate them with elean and
well furnished rooms, and a table sup
plied with the boat that the market
He. lintends to deserve and hopes to
receive the public patronage.
M. L. BBOWN,
January, 8, 1877.-tf Proprietor.'
ALL persons holdinrt claims against
L. the estate of Maa. t'BAW A. OAussow,
deceased, latetof of Bairfld county, are
requirEd to present the same, prgperly
attested, to -the undersigned, or to
Ga1IrLtaaIn & RarThorns, attorneys, at their
ofaoe, No. 8, Law Ran e, Wiensboro S..
ZQB, C. ABLNI1T,
Mt. Zion Institute.
TiHE patronago of the citizens
of Fairfield Is earnestly solicited
for this time honored Sohool.
TVRM, PAYADLM ONE IIALF QUAIITEnLY IN
1st 0 rado per Quarter of 10 weeks, $1500
2nd " " " " " '' $12 00
Primary - 46 6 1 4 $10) 00
A fow pupils will be recoived as boardeIa
il the ila mil y of the Principal, on rt'asona.
W. M. DWIOHT,
jan 18 tf Priipal.
STATE OF SOUlli CA ROLiNA
COUNTY O FAiIIFIRFI).
Thos. Neely, administrator of Estate ov
Ann Witlin g, Deceasod, vs. Elizabeth
Wlalliig. Ja. Walling and others.
T N obedience to an oi'der from the
- Court, of Probate, made in tho above
stated ease, I will offer for salo on the
first Monday in February next. before the
Court House door in Vimmboz'e, 8. U.,
the tract of land belon ging to tho estate of
An ni Walling, d(ecaIsed, containiing soven.
ty-four acres, more or )os. aid bounded
by latids of \irs. Martha Black, estate of
Philip Wtiling and others.
TUMS OF HAl.X--- one-half cash on day of
salo, balance in one and two years there
after, equal instalnents secnred by Bond
and Mortgago with intorot from
day of sale. Purchsors to pay for
8. W. RUJFF,
jan 4--m 8 F. 0.
All.parties Indebted to
R. J. McCARLEY.
R. J. McCARLEY begs once more and
for the last time to invito-all parties who
have not yet squared up their nacounts to
do so at once, in ord er to ayoid legal
P. 8. --Ho also begs to inform everybody
that ho now intends doing a cah busineas
iiid that no orders on and after lot Jan.
1877 unaccompanied by the cash will
-AIIR ]TO TIC~ED
T IHE undersigned horoby givo nottee
.L that from this date they will sell on
credit to no NO PEltWON WHOMSOEVER
and that they will acoept .no orders
for goods from anyone. Their terms will
be invariably (AAI.
ide 21 A.SG3 8o'HMEIE1:&'0.
~3URNITURE, Parlor Briokbts and
I..Picturo Frames,' for design and
woerkmnanship, unequalled. Jteoem
bor my prices arc beyond competition for
(lie same quality of goods.
A NEW SUPrP LY
of Rustic Window Shados, low in, price
d uralhe, con venient, that never get out of
order, and will lasst longer than any other
Sh ade. Mattresses, Pictures, H~at-Rlaoks,
Mirrorsanid Lumber for sale.
Furniture neatly repaired at moderate
prices. Spcial attention giveni to the Un
dortakher's Department. I keep on hand a
full supply of Casos and WVood Cofing.
MY TERMS ARE STRICTLY CA811,
To Our Paz'ona.
pHIE undernig~ned desire to remind
1.their old friend. and.eutomerm and
tho piulil generally that they are still to
lie found at their old stand, with a fulI
Stock of Plantation and Family Groceries,
Beo.f, Shoes and Domestic Day Goods &o.
All of which they aro offering at prices in'
keeping with (lie bard times and scarcity
of mnoney. Give us a call and boconvinoed
of what, wo say,
N. 1.-Those persons indebted to us are
hereby notified to come forward and make
payment at once, or they will find their
accounts in the hands of an offioer for
collection. We need our money and must
nov 2 JOHNSTON & PETTICREW.
Ii ft. Flell lall
IEEPS consteatly on adf sfllup-.
ply of Choice FAMILY GP.OOEIE2I and
PLANITATION~ SUPPLIES. - isteek has
recently been replenbed, and .he a gew
ready to supply t'ho wantd of 41L
ADVER TISING .
$3,950.0 worth '.