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TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3,1877.
NEW STOCK
OF
PaI~G Goofl:
WILL BE
AT
A N.EN B ERG
PRY GOODS,
CLOTHING;
BOOT
AND
SHOE
-EJ-MV FO cE?,IU MCL-Ir
CALL AND $gr TIHEt.
Jan2
PEWlLOCI YSTORM.
0
JAVING taken charge of the Gro
.cery Store formerly occupied -by -B.
L. D14ppenberg, I desire to informn
the public that I ,keep constaptly on
hand a fre4s 991 ,qhoi9e ,stock of
Yciirs Ilespetfnily,
N. LEVIN, Jr.
VWinnsboro, S. :, gee 14th, il7p
HE.IJ~ unidersigned tages plsagro,;in
infornpigg 34s ifriends 'and the piuallo
that he has removed to that large and
commodious Brick Hotel, locate d In the4
captre ot business, where ho is. prepatre1
1t9 accorgnioda$p theme mit clean -and
yel1 furnihe~d .roomsq and a table sup
affordq%,
He intends to deserve and4 hopes to
receive the publ~io ip.o
r; .M. L. BROWN,
auary, 8, 1877.-t Proprietot.
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the Manufacturer on
favorable terms.
"TiE ANSON HARDY CUTTING MACHINES
are the best and cheapest low priced
machine made, and have a national repu
tation for utility and durability."-The
, ectrolyper, Chiemjo.
THE A NSON hARDY PAPEIR CUTTER is by
far the best machine which can be ob
tained for a less price than one hundred
:dollars. It is of great strength. 'Theso
machines have always taken the highest
stand. It is the only machino to which
is applied the Patent Movable Cutting
Sboard. This device has a reputation of
itscli: by it., the cutting board can be in
stantly and accurately uioved, so that a
perfect cut is insured. This is a very im
portant point in the machine, and one
that is pssoessed by no other. It greatly
reduces the labor of preparation in work
img the paper backward and forward.
We cannot too strongly recommend the
advantages of this patent movable board.
It is worth the price of this machine, and
purchasers should fully understand how
highly it is to be valued. "-Geo. P, Rowrell
& Co.'s oewspriper Reporter and 'rinter's
(Gazetle.
Tis LATEST IMPIIOVED IARDY CARD Cyr
TER is pronounced the most desirable
Card Cutter in the market, for the general
uses of a printing oflice.
The well known IRuOoLEs CAnD CUTTER,
with my lateut i. miprovements, is still pre
ferred by many printers, nnd holds its
favoritism over other machines.
None genuine but those having my full
address lettered in the casting.
/W Newspapers in want of advertising
from first parties should send for my
,eitreu4kg.
F. A.1ARIDV,
A uhtiurdale, Mass.
I will buy of those that buy of me.
dec 14
GREAT CLEARING OUT SAJE
of
71D G- 0D S.
CARP ETAS,
Window Shades,
BOOTS, SHOES, and HATS,
at the
Grand Central DRY GOODS
ESTABLISHMENT
of
ivCreory & Brorlioi'
I AVING bought out the interest of
.L W. D. LOVE, we will make positive
siah of our qitire stei~k for cash at prices
far below cost, to make room for a choiee
and elegant stock of
SPRING GOODS.
The following are some of the leading
prices:
Tapestry Brussels Carpets, best makes,
at $1.00 ai yard.
Extra Super and Ingrgip umpa All Wool,
5(0, 75 anld $1.111).
Window Shades and Rugs below cost.
Dress Goods, at 10, 12) and 25, reduced
from 60 and 75.
it osiery and Gloves at half their val e.
Best Standard Prints, at (46( and 8j.
4.4 Wamsutta Bleach, at 12J.
4-4 Androscoggin and Fruit of Loom,
10.
Boots qnd Shoes at half price.
Big bargains ipay be expected, ana
little money will buy a good many goods,
We imitond to do a live business, and will
aln ays have bargains to ofh'er o5um' eusto
mers.
p-B'- Samples sent on application aind
expressagp paid on hills over $10.
McOltEEl Y & BROTHER,
G~randl Central Dry Goads Establishmeont.
T. A. McCREERuY, .1. MOCREERY.
13. A. flAw~s ' M i. HIoJ1uy..
jan 25
J,.Q9L.ENDINING,
Iloot and1( Shoe Mphuf'acturer,
WINNSBIORO, S. C.
TUE undessigned re
spoetfully announces to the
edizAce of Fairfield that he
Ilio 1'he' r ioved his Boot an~d
seManufactory to no' dobi bqlow Mt.
1. Mullers. I am prep'ared to manufactureo
dl styles of work inp a substantial and
vorkmanlike manner, oht of the very best
pfltorials, and at prices fully as loiv' as the
ame gooTA can be manufactured for at the
Morth or elsowhere. I keep constemtlyon
13nld, i g'oo'd Stdok qJfl o ua (1 Upper
Lieather, Rho Findings &., whli 4vill lbe
sold at 'reasonable prices. RepAiring
ronmptl, attended to. Terms strictly Caish.
- f.- red Hdesbought.
ocdes J. CLENDINING.
STAT1E OF SOUTH CA ROLINA
oowrYF FAIRFIELD.
Rhmos. -Nely, 'adini'lstrator of' Esta~to om
Ann Walling, Deepaiied, v's. Elizgboth
Walling. Jno. WValhng and others."'
T[Nobdico to an order from the
CutaProbate, made in th above
lated ease, 1 will ofig fqey iigje on the
Irat Monday #p Februar~y nexe, 'bet~o the
jourt Jonso door in Wa nnsboro; S. C.,
10 f rae of land bolongi'n'g to th~e estatte of
lnn' Walling, deooersgl',"ota'in'Ing seven
y-four acres, toor4 or less, and bounips
ylands of \!#.'Martha Black, estate
Lhlp Wlling and others.
Tanus o.sAxL-one.half eagi z,g day of
ale; bilance in oe apd tyg year4. there
fer eqal199~- se~oured by Bond
dMortgage sihInterest. .froma
lay of sale. .Purohagers to pay for
recessary pypers, 8.WBU ,
an (-.wW . UFF,
f '' FA N4V (AtIDS,15 styles with
j name, lOcts. post paid. J. 13.
IIUSTED. Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is-Always Dangerous.
USE
WY ELLS' ('arbilic I'ablets,
a sure remedy for Coughs, and all l)is
eases of the 'T'hroat, Lungs, Chest and
Mucous M ombratie.
1'UT UP ONLY IN BLUE noXEs.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CRITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
A LUCRATIVE
BUSINESS.
Ife- We want 601 more first-class Sew
ing Machine Agents, and 501) men of
energy and ability to learn the business
of selling aewing \lachine's. Coin pensa
tion liberal, but varyii.g necording to
ability, chaarcter and qualinleations of the
Agent. For particulars, Address
Wilson Sewing Machine Co.
Cu O.
827 & 829 Broadway, New York, or New
Orleans, La.
AG'TS WANTED FOR HISTORY
CENTENT EXHBITIoN
It contains 330 'ine engravings of build
ings and scenes in the Great Exhibition
and is the only authentic and compl to
history published. It treats one of the
grand buildings, wonderful exhibits.
curiosities, great events, etc. Very cheap
and sells at sight. One Agent sold 48
copies in one day Send for miirl extra
terms to Agens'gitd a fall dlescription (t
the work. Address National Publishing
Co.. Phila.,Pa., or St Touis. Mo.
CAUTION. inreliable and wortlule.s
hooks on the Exhibition are being ciren
ied. Do not ba deceived See that the
lyo'ts you buy contaii.a 874 pageni and
83( tine engravings.
W1o0nderfl Succesac I 2.00
oF THE
CENTLNNIAL EX OSITION
IESCuIliLD ANn ILLUsTRATI:D,
Sold in 60 days It h -ing the only
complete low-price work (770 pages only
$2.50!,treating of the entire histort. gria'd
buildings, wonderful cxhibits,euriosities,
great days, tte.; illustrate,. anud $I cheap
er then any ot,lte; ever body wants it.
One new agent cleared $310 in 4 weeks.
3,000 agonis wtanite(l. Send (1uie.kly for
proof of above, opinions of otlieials oldrgy,
and press, samOple pages, full description,
and our extra terms.
HonInAm> Bos., PUns., 733 Sanson St.,
?hil., Pa. Caution. Beware of falsely
claimed oilleial and worthless book. el l
for }:roof.
Iihn largest.nnd hoat
N~OTICV. wa have
ro1110 sl tion ry
world It cital '
1 O "flt of (ae r 1a3r vtI al e s . i"ea'ii, It"A" ,
goftaaayiPontL id .it ii * it oft.tu . i wt1 'a.a~ Citaialti
.samlple pauckaro~wt~h elegants.kd pia:o.t aloovobutton~s
and l ~ radie ahoa isalaf y.i .S da'a1 , 1 '1 ,de.pq ucact.
paid, 24 eaait a. a Ia a''! a ce. vith taa~aaaca Jewelry,
01 Iatli (call lYe eat Icer iatal-rA aen lta a I aageaaiu.
B2IlD & CO., 700 Broadway, N. Y.
artlieosian one. iho I '.O D ('03ila\AT'(N. C en bo
used nac Pmell.i'haa lderi Pen. En-ara . Penki ifo.
.Envolopa a'pionaaaer.Paet ar.ta r Rubber, Soving S a-ciann
'hroad Cutter. nna for It aaping scamre. Uuatinae oar
iMonkt.. 111.1 Syea, Scatticn. F~rasincg tillai...le. Sire fife
coa na~a itoaci a r a~ I V lk pala' t ed, 1ai1a1a e a i eIi ia..t
a iiotimo. Agents are ent ningt manet4aaa aa.nd ray it is Iia
-ett uniotig aar&e 0411. Seacp'a 86. to . Sit for
$1 sEa r.atreiaa,re iaaiaaoaaoa. to r.nets. (ircl fur
*ttanaae lialf.data t 1 aaaai ' -.aa youar ieee tt.
.BRIDE *et C'. 700 iOtondwny, N. Y.
STATIIo1:al PACiAans. nad
SIX Of th'1 .i.OV'1i CO)1iitiNA.
D?Q D& or O DOLLARS.
ORIDtXOL RB.o.
,. 700 Droadwany, N. Y.
CONNqOR & CHANDLER
TO TH'IE9[i NIEW '$i'CK OF
,#TER1GING SILVERWARBE,
fEDUCE1) PI' CES?.
Tlaen Spoon,
Sugar Se s
T1able I'oi-k',
Pal) Spo~iny,
I. 1utter K~nives, a
Pickle 1'eXks,
Ladies' Garter Latohen.
do, 7
TOrIcO.
H -reig ed woi- inforpn hje
num0d sanld patrogs Abat he
can ftaH Wdd at the old st'and with
an aun tampg saoc, os Good.a
COUNTING THE VOTES.
TUE WORK OF TIlE TWO 110 USES
q(1U
The Joint Commission--The Rules of
Procedure--The Count Begun--A
Deadlopl on L'lorida.
The work of counting the votes
for President and Vice-President
has at last begun. The Joint Com
mission, organized under the pro
visions of the Elo toral Bill, consists
ofiJustices Clifford, Bradl.y, Miller,
Field and Strong ; Senators Mor
ton (Rep.), Edmunds (Rep.), Frc
linghuysen (ltep.), Thurman (Deml.),
and Bayard (Dem.); Representatives
Payne (Dem.), Hunton (Dem.),
Abbott (Dems.), Garfield (Rep.) and
Hoar (tep.). Justice Clifford was
chosen president of the Commission.
The following are the rules adopted
for the governance of the Comis
sion il its work
RULE I. The Commission shall ap
point a Secretary, two Assistant
Secretaries, a Marshal and two dep
uty Marshals, a stenograp)her and
such messengers as shall be needful,
who shall hold office during the
pleasure of the Commission.
RULE II. On any subject submit
ted to the Commission, a hearin;;
shall be had and counsel shall be
allowed to couduct the case on each
side.
RULE III. Counsel, not exceeding
two in number on each side, will be
heard by the Commission on the
merits of the case presented to it,
not longer than ttvo hours bei g
allowed to each sido unless a longer
time and acddii.ional counsel shall
be specially authorized by the Coin
mission. In the hearing of inter
locutory ques4oips but one counsel
shall be heard on 'each side, and
lie not longer than fifteen minutes
unless the Commission allow further
time .and additiopal co uisol ; and
printed arguments will be received.
RuLE IV. Tho objectoi s to any
certificate or vote, may select two of
their number to support their objec
tions in oral argument and to advo
cate the validity of that which they l
maintain, and in like manner the
objectiors to any otler certificate,
may select two of their number for
a like purpose. But under this rule
not more than four persons shall
speak, and neither shall occupy
more than two hours.
RULE V. Application for process
to comipel the attendance of witlness
es, or the production of written or
documentary testimony may be made
by counsel on either side and all pro
cesses shall be served and oxecutet -by
the Marshal of the Comimission, or
his deputies. Depositions hereafter
taken for use before the Commission, t
shall be sufficiently authenticated
if taken before any Coijssidner of 1
the Circuit Courts of the United 1
States, or any Clerk or bQpu'ty *
Clerk of Court of the United States. A
Ru1rE VI. Adm issioni to the p.ub
lic sittings of the Commission shall
be regulated in suchI mannor as the
President of the Commmissio;1 phll
direct.
RULE VII. The commission will
sit, unless otherwise orderel in, thle ,a
room of thme Supreme Court of the a
United States, and with open doors, s
3xcep)tinrr when in consultation, i
tmless . therwiseodirected.
Thelx Joint Sessioin of thle two a
H~oulso, for the -.counmting of the hi
votes began at one o'clock, p. im., M
>ni Thlursday last, and the count was c0
started at once.
A fter the Alabatna certificates had
aconi road, the presiding officer d
tsked, "Are there any objections to t(
bhme cdriicates -91 tile titate of
Alabama ?" A fter a pause--''Tlig o
mhair hears none, and thme vote of ln
hie State of Alabama wvill be count, a
ind. The tellers wjill'announce theo h
ro"M.Cook, on'0 of' the'tollera
mnnounced figei votes for Iimuel J.
Vilon for President, and'ten votes
or T homas A. Hlendricks for Vice
Presulont. ~~ The certificates of?a
~rkansas we're then read, and the ti
ecsult was announced as six votes Ol
~or Tildeni and Hendricks. After ,el
ihoe presiding officer had kkiftlj It
mame qluestion' as iii tho' Alabama E
sase, the Californ~a ,'eigcates wereh
read by Mfr, #topne, and six votes l3
were announced for R. B. Hayes
and Win. A, Wh~eder. The Colorado
3ortificatee were riead by Mi.. Oook 04
and three votes were agnounced for tI
layes and Wheelr.; ponnecticut T
same nex t certifloater were q
read by lyr. Allison, and six inore o
were anpouncedfor i'ilden and eon-- h
diecs. The Delaware ,certifieste t,
was read by Mr. Ingalls and three ii
mevtswere scored for Tfilden a
reached, and the presiding offiser
first handedj the certificate signed
by (ov. Stearns, which recognized
the Hayes eloctors, an~d after it had
been read the certificate of tl o elec
tors for Tilden and' Hendricks was
alo banded out, and both were read
by Mr. Stope, while Mr. Allison over
looked the diplicate. Tie chair then
said that he had still another cor.
tificate, received on the 31st of Jan
:ary, 1 o thq landd' the paper
to the tellers, and it proved to be
the certified proceedings of the
Board of Canvassers, autliorir.p4
and appointQd lay an act of the
Legislature of Florida, who declare
the Tilden and Hendricks' electors
elected. Included $jj the papers
was the actiori of the Tilden
electors and the subsequent
review of the count by order 4f the
Supreme Court. -Tliio litter docu
mnent contains an elaborate detail of
the Florida case from a Democ atic
standpoint. After the reading had
progressed some time Mr. Conkling
called attention to the fact tha- the
paper now being road '1 ilirty
six wide columns of printed matter.
He know that the statute reqiiiieo
that all the papers s5hoil
be read, but aftpr- copeyl.ition
with meinbers ~of both liousen
rie thought the law would be com
)licd with by simply rea4" tbe
esult. There wai n10 ojection
rho resitlt was announced-that
she Tilden electors had been elect
3d. The chair then asked if there
vas any objection to ,the vote of
Florida. David buidley ield, A
vew York, arose and subni te4
vritten objections to counting the
roto of that State. The objection
vas read by Clerk Adams 'of "the
louse, in accdrdance vi.tl' $ t pro
'isions of the electoral bill, and "the
luplicate returns and the objections
vere referred to the Electoral Com,
nission. After the various objec
ions wero 'n d.a . ' th'eio .beiiigo
urther objectioni, the presiding
)fficer announced that the Senators
vould retir' so that' *otth' olses
ould consider th objections. The
ienate then retired to tieir chamber
Lt 3;10, .p:. m.
WHAT SORT oF SPRINo SHAT, WE
IAVE ?-It will not be"idys ble to
iazard much on aear 'p'.g in
*4 ye' arf gvM'd 177.~ ~.? Be.,
ause the a.cuniu atir, of-ice and
now in the orlhwest aid North
.re unprecodojted, Id atmospheric
urrents $i-on .thse quarters will
ecessarily be coh iutil these acou
ula; ions disapp'ear, which cannot
eo expected' till 'late 'in the seasoli.
t is true that with a prevalence of
onitherly or easterly winds we ,nay
ave generally warm weather early,
ut always subject to blighting 'nips
ud frosts whenever the windi reacli
s frogii the snow banks, aind' with
heso the ambitious gardener wih
Bcet with a set-back, 0yd i ebrio
rophecy, but this seems lto .be' the
hilosophy of the si ca'tion,' anil we
hall act upon it.' 'Ve look for a
ood deal of coldathoir 'yet, and
ope that t.e soverity of the
rmnter thus far will *unpro've the
roppiig season wylezi it
oCC comfe.-at(con(Ga *'e
BotnHerald :"A gggt{ an
iet a citizegiof Somprville- yecq iy,
ad said to iup,' 'Youir .1og19 igin
omerville, I believet' No,' replied
1c Somerville man, .'mry hoino' is in
[caven.' 'Let me ~give yoid a little'
urry and get a posti card and
rite your folks thatdoi are never,
)ming home.
Thiers does not like that Presi
ant McMahon siil'd be addicted
the sports of the field. The
resident-of F'rapece is not a studi.
w ipan, gurt a soldiet and ai spors
an, whio takos'lightly and gayly t o
nnlsements, enjoys billiards arid
ai pipe gith his children about him,
id is content over a game at cards
ith his wife afterward.
We are glad to see that 'the ladies
:d ag- formng i~ngaI clubg do
'ganization 4ut -s~~ tho'
,cihrlter of Porti~
>r fifteen minutes, and te' best
anner of eutfgng a basque on th&
as for an lhour and a half,'and rare
Iails to be of great proA.
.far er who~d~e4 ~ 9
>ton to a wateou
ie merchant to ha
he, merobarnt c6)ruli ~ 7h
t. The fam~rp p~
insae if I 'm

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