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A good, industrlous white boy, one
who can road and write, as an appron
tico. Apply at this office.
Dickson's Book on FarnIfl
David Dickson's Great book ov
Farming now out. No farmers libra
ry complete without it. Bound 10
cloth, extra, $4; Sheep, $4.50 ; Hall
Morocco, $5. Orders received at thia
office. Good canVsbing agents want,
ed. For terms apply at this office.
Another Supply--Read the advor
tisoment of Ketchin, MuMastor &
battressos, Trunnel-Bods, &o., just
received at MoIntyre & Co's.
I Justinecived-S. Wolfe, Agt.
Grand Clearance-S. Wolfe, Agt.
Removal of' isabilitles.
Congress has reioved the political
disabilities from the following gentle.
men of this County: R. E. Ellison,
James B. McCants, Jas. H. Rion,
and Win.- R.Robertson.
A Delidilmntr Entertainment.
The perfortiances of the Thespian
Corps last Tuesday evening, being for
the benefit of the Hook and Ladder
Company, were, in every respect a
brilliant success. The audience wa
the largest we have ever seen as
sombled in Winndboro, and our young
men noted with perfect self.posscbsion,
decided spirit and inimitable humor.
The music was sweet and excellent,
and the danciog, which was prolonged,
after the theatrical show was over, was
far more graceful than usual. Our
little town turned out, in brief, to
great advantage and put its best foot
Tie Court of General Sessions ad
journed. on Tuesday. His Honor
Judge.Rutland, presided with hit
usual ability, and again gave evideoce
of his intention to impartially admin.
ister justice. We understand there
was but little Sessions business before
the Court-which is an indication thut
crine is on the docrease in the Coun
The following sentences were im
posed by his Honor:
The State vs. Charles Belton, as
sault with intenb to commit rape-to
be confined in the penitentiary at hard
labor for-two years.
The State vs. Alexander Woodley
and Joseph Lawhon, petit larceny
the defendant, Alexander Woodley,
to be confined in the County Jail for
Mr. E. F. Stokes, Esq.
We call attention to the communi
cation of Mr. Stokes, who announee
himself as a eandidate for CongreNs
with Demnoratio principles. We had
the pleasure of conrversing with him
yesterday, and feel certain that he hat
both decided political principles and
great faith in them.
We copy from the Yorkville En.
gui~rer as follows:
As Mr. Stokes is comparatively un
known in politics, we have made en
quiry as to his antecedents, for the
information of the public, and have
ascertained the following facts: H
is a young man, probably between
twenty-eight and thirty years of age,
and a native of this State-his father
and grand father before him being al
so South Carolinians. Mir. Stoke.,
grad'ited at Harvard College,l Canm
bridge, Massaohusett., studied law at
the -University of' Virginia, and was
admnittedl to the practice of law in the
courts of this State in 1866.
heiogiYoltd beVrelihe aystat oo
~Ireatiea ar~ ~ahtary institutions in a
l4io' r t4htlhey .alrment public
a t the .fniidspof the
~h~.~j ~6d~ia~ey'sowr ti? seed
:tL algod, and 41)
td gitioal- stop pspealte
demolbshes his oppoberat in this wIse:
BJlild a *Oen fenee around winterh
a rply of summer weather ;.skim the
oefronmjhe '4ky with a, teaspoon;
bYe k a hurricane to a- hrUness;
ground sluibe an eatthiquarke ; bake
bhll-in uie hoube ; lusso an ava
Jancob.; put a diaipper on the crater
of a active voloano; have all the
st atteln. : asIl keg ; :hang the opean
on a grape vine tpo dry, put the sky to
seek ina glisrd; unbucklea the belIt el
eternity a -nd paste "To Let" oui the
an and nroon ; but never -for a uao
ment sire delude yoursolf with the
Idea that any tidket of your party ont
beat 4i. "re.
As bot sioae of~ Oo dess havi
agfee$ uppn It, he Income tax wil
I1e two srd a irnf per ,oont. hereefter
upe6 mu-o of e ery man's inoonie
. The Reform Pay In' ulrlioro
have~ noarniiatd their aandidater fo
the fall elections. Three of whom
re colored. A large number of col
ored were in attendance, several of
whom made speeches, and the best of
The police of the city of Columbia
have been uniformed.
Mr. Joseph Taylor, an old oltizen of
We have received from Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell,. of Chat
leston, a copy of the new "Foo Bill
for Law Officers of South Carolina,"
with a complete list of law blanks.
During the week ending July 9th
there were fifty-one deaths in the city
of Charleston-twelvo whites and
Chester has a colored military com
pany called the ' Yocum Guards,"
armed with Winchester rifles.
A project is on foot looking to the
establishment of a large Sorghum
Syrup Mill in the Western part of the
city of Charleston.
The Charleston Courier says it Is
thought that the census now in pro.
gress will place the population of that
city very near 50,000.
Some attio wit under the inspira
tion of the weather with the mercury
at 94 in the shade gets off the follow
The dorg days are upon us;
Thu sun is pouring down
Upon the heads of every one
In this here blazon town.
0 ! for a breath of ool fresh air
0 ! for a little rain I
I'll just do anything on earth
These things for toobtain.
And if I don't obtain them soon
A funeral there will be ;
The hacks will with my friends be
But tho corpse it will be me.
Two li'idred thousand brave and .e
men. (says the Huntington, Pennsyl.
vania, Monitor,) gave their lives to save
the best government the world ever
saw." Yet, the "best governmerit"
was not saved, and the fruits of the war
which cost such a sacrifice, under Itidi.
cal mismanagement, are anarchy in the.
South, extravagance and proRigacy
North, South, East and West, a monn
tamn of debt, which is so manipulated
as to enrich the rich and impoverish the
poor ; and to crown all the iniquities and
enormities which radicalism han endear.
ored to fasten upon and to engraft into
our system, negio voters are manufac.
'tured by a Presidential proclamation
and are led to the polls in herds to out.
vote toiling tax-ridden white men, and
if possible, prop up the vilest, most
profligate and expt.nsive administration
that ever disgraced our country.
A REM1nNIscENcE OF DIcKENQ.
A writer in the Cincinnati "Engquirer."
who once filled a subordinate editoral
position on the London "Daily News"
wvhile that papeor was under the direc
tion of Mr. Dickens, relates an an
ecdote of the distinguished dead that
has never before appeared in print :
In the small romantic churchyard
of LBonohard, Isle of Wight, is the
grave of John Sterling, a man who
had distinguished himself as one of
the most powerful writers on the staff
of the Times paper. Dickens would
often accompany me to the grave of
his friend, and on one occasion I re
member him sadying, with a peculiar
and touching melancholy, "1 would
rather die, like John Sterling, with
the greatness of heart which he pos
sessed, and be buried in this lonely
churchyard, with no tombstone to
mark the spot, than to be spoken of
as the greatest literary man in Eng
GnAoE GnE3ENWooD LinuKs TO 5EE A
FIGHT.-l missed the fiery passes be
tween Mr. Butler and Mr. Farnsworth
yesterday. I was sorry. I seldom
take sides warmly, but I like to see a
good fight. I remember once to have
stopped the carriage I was driving i,
on one of the principal streets of
Boston, to see through to the bitter
end a fight between two well-matched
bull terriers. Yet I never could
understand a state of placid imparti
ality and serene neutrality of the good
wife of the Frontier, who stood umpire
oiver the contest between her husband
and the bear. I should have leaned
toward thie husbandl, or 'the gr.ssy
according to olroumstances. Well,
dog-pits are not thought exactly proper
reso~rts for fine ladies and gentlemen,
now-a-days, and a squeamnish maodern
refinement .has made hear-gardqss
obsoleite,'and ball Oghts are the aria
toetatio luxuries of' our good frienils
and allies at Madaid--but this Is a
world of cotnpensations after allM- a.
G.'s Leftter to ihe 2ibun.
TNGiRoWIrw Tom NAt,. - This
painful abnoraal condition of the toe.
nail may be onped by ,alwing the
nail to. contiaue to gr~W .without
paring it. The boo t orshie brill
depro~e~s nail at he ed ga hyvowa
longev wbI4 i g4'lly el. ate
it at) .f bhiwhet. it pt0 on
an g ti~ e f te toe ;
thus teaneyIpg the 'latittrion, the" sore
soonl heale. Thie 1s far 'prfeestile to
rsiishand 'phloful oeat!W:t Gf tertfog
of! the toe-al with foop.&
S. N. 'Pike h*.a @oirniioo the
ereonovi.4 anther~ gat to be th~e
Linest in New idri city, on . the oner
t of reaaway and '$'wantVthtrd atra6t.
A SOUTHERN FACTon1.-The Cot.
.to Faotory at Auguita, Ga., runs 15,.
000 s lindlev, and Senator Sprague
says teat it is the best managed insti
tution of the kind in the country.
Tho amount of capital invested Is
$600,000, and for several years past
the annual dividend to the stockhold
ore has been twenty per ceont. The
daily produot is 25,500 yards of
nanufactured cloth. The operatives
number 500. and their monthly wages
amount to $15,000. No share of the
stock, costing originally $100, can be
bought for less than $157. It is stat
ed that the families connected with the
operatives in the factory number twen
ty-fivc hundred souls. This is a strong
inducement to build up cotton facto
ries in every portion of the South.
IRIFORM IN SPARTANURo.-The
Columbia Gaurdian notices the fact
that the editor of the Sumter Watch
man found, upon a recent vibit, that
the Refourm movement has almost
universal endorsement atnong the bet
ter classes of Spartanburg. A strong
delegation, on the platform of the
Reform movement, will likely be sont
to the Legislature. The opinion was
expressed by one of the calmest and
deepest thinkers of the State, a resi
dent of that community, that the Re.
form movement was not only wise, but
that it would carry heavy majorities
in all the upper portions of the State.
_ .- --W*-0.0*
The Memphis Ledyer says; '4The
negro is fast becoming proprietor of
the soil he fortnely tilled for his
master. About 500 negroes own
farms in the vicinity of Memphis, and
all their farms are well cultivated,
while the the farms of a great many
white men are covered with weeds.
Indtstry is bound to overcome all
obstacles and make men rise, while
lazinens ends in the workhouse and a
An Indianapolis fine-writer is telling
about the "grizzly fingers of death."
We are authorized to announce ED
WARD F. STOKE8, Esq., of droenville, a
candidate to represent the people of the
Fourth Congressional District of South
Carolina In the Congress of the United
States, at the ensuing election in October.
Principles-DENMOCRA 'IC. june 14
Dr. Tutt's Expeocorant,
All who have used this invaluable medi.
sine for Coughs, Colds, Astihnia,spitting of
Blood, Croup, Inflamation of the Lungs or
("hest, loarseness, Difficulty of Breathing,
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the Lungs
attest its usefulness. For Lung iffections
it has no equal. July 14-1w
Li.. - ML
rhis Valuable Family Medicine has been
wide'y and favorable known In our own
and foreign countries, upwards of
It has lost none of its good name by re
peated trials, but continues to occupy a
:rominent position iu every family medicine
It is an External and Internal Remedy.
For Summer Cotmplaim,. or tany other forma
*of bowel diseasee in children or ndults, it it.
tn almost oer . 'in cure, and lias without
doubt, been i.- re successful in curing the
various kinds of ChlOLERA than any other
known remedy, or the msost skillful physi
oian. In India. Africa and China, where
r his dreadful disease is more or less preva..
lent, the Pain Killer is consIdered by the
natives, as well as European residents In
those climate.. a StIns nyt; and while
It, is a mnost effielent remedy for pain, it ls a
perf'eetly safe medieine, even in uniskillful
ands. Directions accompany each botte
Bold by all Druggists.
Price 25ots.. 60 ots., and $1 per bottle.
gg The attention of our readers is
calle~d to-day to the advertisement in an.
other column, heaaed Lippman's Freat Ger
man 1litters, a preparation that baa been
uisedl for upward of a century In enlighten.
edl Europe with the greatert sucess in the
cure of Dyspepsta or lIdigestion, Consti
pation, Liss of Appetite, iver Complaint,
loss of tone in the digestive organs, etc.
The proprietors, Messrs. Jaecob .ippman &
Bro., Savantfah, Ga., have, at, considerable
outlay succeeded in obtaining the original
recipe for making this delighitil tasting
Bitters, and pledge their reputation that in
preparing In the original standard shall be
kept up. Depot in Winnaboro, at Ladd
Bros. Drug Sto.
Health's Best Defence,
"The weak eateth herbs," says St. Paul,
so that eighteen hundred years aro the val
tie of medicinal plants was appreciated. In
thle dild Testainent botanical remedies are
repeatedly recommended, but In no passage
of sacred hIstory Is man recommended to
swallow caluwel, or blue pill, or any othc~r
mIneral preparation. .The siok were direct
.d to eat herbs to strengthen them, to purl
fy themn, to heal them, to restore them In
that, day the art of making vegetable ex
tracip was unknown. The herbal medicines
were mere infusions.
It was reserved for a later age to unite
the sanitary essences of tonic, aperient and
antiblious roots, barks, and platets, with
an active stimulant, mind thus secure their
rapid diffusion through the debilit at ed or
disordered system. The crowning triumph
of this effective mode of concentrating and
applying the virtutes of medicinal vegetables
was achieved in the production of Hoatet,
ter's Stomach Bitters. Never before had.a
perfectly pere alcoholio stimulant hoe
combined with the espretssed juIces of the
finest specifics of the vegetable kingdom.
Never yet,, tbougle. eighteen years haye
elapsed since Its Jntro llon,' has. this
grep$ restoratite bee n alled. It, ta ta.
ken at al.l i*4aons, in tj cimes, asi a mest
pytent uafegudsd *~lit epideiio, as a
proteotios gJjth~~ aesiahjtons
9hat prod nGilfodbie ie i se
to dy o itiypttemtaether alArtolse
,9evs & ppeiqf'; se a moveresign
cate fo 4jifspllip; as a, gstrEnt tes and
Itivigotant ; *s a gentle, :psnilse aperient ;
as a blood depuresit; as eertine ;as a urq
for bitioqa affeotioaqn s a rm).ss
TI you want Oheap Goods, go
Davidson & Co.
PAirnonjiz Hloas ENTIRti'iE.-Mr.
P. Tonle, whose adverisement appears
another column, has established on a 61
basis, in Charlestou the largest and in
complete mannufactory of doors, sashi
blinds. &c., in the Southern States. Ila
ing advertised liborally during the pr
year, he has secured a large custom, e
tending as far west as Alabama, and lie i
thus been enabled to put forth a print
price list which defies conpetilion. Eve
person who contemplates building or I
pairing should writo at once for Mr. Toal
If you vant a pair of Shoes to f
call on Davidbou & Co.
DR. WM. 11. TUT'S
COM'POUND EXTnACr OP
.Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is the acknowledged antidote to all ilo
For Diseases produced by the use of M(
cu.ry, and for Syphilis, with its train
evils, this Compound is the only suro An
To the poor creature, enfeebled in muii
and body, by scoret practices, whose nerv
are unstrung, and countenance downcast,
The Saraaparilla and Qucen's Delight
is a blessing. Try It fairly, and your nerv
will be restored to their wonted vigor, at
your dejected countenance be imade radia
with the consciousness of RESToRF
MAN HOOD. Being free from violent.min
ra's it is adapted to general use. The o
and young nay use it; the most delion
female at. any time may take it ; tihe tend
infant, who may have inherited diseast
will be cured. June 23-2m
N EW Mattresses large and small, Tru
nell Bods, &c., just reocived at
July 19 MlcNTYRE & CO.
SILVElR SOAP, Sapollo. Arrow Roc
Wurm Confect ions, Seltzer Aperie:
Condensed Milk, Glatine, Soothing Syru
Blue Mass, Toilet Powder, Starob Sea
&c., &o , at
Kl;I'CIIIN, McMASTER & BRICE.
STOCK of a previous purchase is offer
at One Hatf of Original Cost in ord
to maie roori. for Fall Goods. Call at one
for now is the time.
Uri23.g t'e ORal.
SECURE A BARGAIN.
One in which you will realize tihe valh
of your money. S. WOLFE,
july 14 Agrent.
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Globe
Fresh and genuine, wholesale and reta
KETCHIN, McMASTER & BRIC]
Davidson & Co., are now sellir
their entire stock of Spring Goat
,ut at cost.
ff BAG08 fresh North Carolina Meal ft
NUsale low for the Ciash.
IT OTE lost or mislaid, on Wmn. Blair at
IiThea. Blair, as seurity, for two hut
'ired andl sevenity dollars and thirty-niht
cents, ($270 89) giveni to the subscrIber
Executor of estate of Mary Meador Feel
ter, on the 8ilh of November, 18161, duoe
12 months, with interest, and interest to 1
paid annually. All persons are hereby oa'
tioned not to trade for saidl note.
jury 9-flx2 JACOJB FEASTER.
B Y Virtue of sundry Exacutauns to n
directed, I will offer for sale at Fairfie]
Court, House ou the first. Monday and th
day following, in August next, within th~
legal hours of sale, to the highest biddei
for Cash, thme following Personal Propert)
Purchiasera to paty for Titles.
4 mules. 1 mnare, 6 head cattle, one wi
gon, lot farming utensils. 11 head hogs,
sheep, and lot household and kitchen furnl
turo, levied upon as the property of W.,1
Dawkins, at the suit, of R. F. Miller an
L. W. DUVA LL, 8. F. C,
Winsboro, 8. 0., July 9, 1870.
* SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY Virtue of sundry Exeentions to me d
Breoted, I will offer for sale at F'airfiel
Court House, on the first Mondny and ti1
day fol'.owing, in August next, within at
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidde1
for Cash, the following Real Property
Purchasers to pay for Titles;
One tract of 4aeres, more or less,
land in Fairfield (,oumnty, adjoining lands
WV. R. Robertson, and the road leading frin
Winnsboro to Columbia, levied upon as 0l
property of Thos. J, 8purrier, at the su
of F. M. 8pureier.
One tract uf 400 aores. moera or less,<
land in Fairfield County, adjoining lands<
Thomas Dawkine. - liutchinson and otIh
ers, levied upon as the property of W.
Dawkins, at. the stilt of J. T. Dawkina
Surviving Administrator and others.
L. W. DUVA LL, 8. F. 0.
Sheriff's Of~e, -
Winmsboro, 8. 0., July 9, 1870.
If you wat anything, give Davit
40on & Co. S o&lI.
W Rbereby Inform oqr Ilustomots -Who
socoruts are ovet due that I6 wool
ha afvisable for thorn to oama fovasai.
V; E have received a THIRDB SUPPLY of
A Dress Goods,
White 0. odn,
Will receive this week a fine stook of
Shoes and Clothing. Ou Pric*s. as here
tofore, will be kept even %vithI the very low.
cst. LADD 13ROS. & CO.
Drugs I Drugs I Drugs I
of Having recently refitted our Drug Store
and received a chtioce assortmvent of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints. Oils, Dye Stuffs, Per
Id fumery nil Fancy Articles, we can sifely
es offer one of the best Stocks kept in a first
olaus Drug Store, in tie up country.
Proscriptions caretully comp.unded by
anl experiencd Druggist.
et june 18 LADD BROS.
. DECLINE IN PRICES!
AN extensive assortment of all styles of
- 1 00ODS, with nanny articles entirely
new,just received and now on exhibitioin.
Every Article a Bargain I
P' As Cheap aS Ally Market !
- BRING THE GREENBACKS
AND GET' BARGAINSI
3d GOODS SHOWN WITH PLEASURE.
or apl 16 I. N. WITI)ERS.
0UR BAR is now snpplied with Too,
and we are prepared to furnish our eusto.
mera with all kinds of Light Wine and
E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
If you want tho newest and latest
Styles, go to Davidson & Co.
V OR which I will give in exuange for
Good Pure Corn Whiskey,
G" 4 Rye Whiskey,
" "Raspberry Syrup,
" " Cherry Brandy.
g Also plenty of Orteeries, Ale, Porter,
Is Tobacco and Segars. Juet received direct
from New York shace the decline in Gold.
which will be sold to Cash Customers at as
tonihintg low rates.
>r api 26 R. J. McCARLEY.
A FRESI[ SUPPLY
E. W. OlleVOer's.3
Fruit and Confectionery Store. -
June 11 _ _ __ _ _
If you want good and cbenp Boots
e and Shoes, call on Davidson & Co.
-, Winnsboro Workshops.
,I nsu prepared at my
shop. to do all kind of ()
- -smith and wood work in
the very neatest style, call and examine for dI
yourselves. L. M. JJOLICK.
ALOT of fine N C. 00RIN in slore, and
Afor sale eheap for onsh.
JNO. ii. BROWN,
A t the store of J1. P. Matthew., Jr.
ff you want the very best and latest
. tiles of Clothing, go to Davidson &
F3AS I 23DAS I
25 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR.
* and I BBlLS. LAUD.
. W. W. Ketohins,
,DavIdson & Oo's is the $14 8 hwy
all you want.
. WM HOHNDf cq.,
e. C@osUIaIst. AnGess ean IN
LATEST styles of CLOTIlIN0, 1O3I
SUOES, HATS, and a few dozen of V
,olebrated METROPOL1T.%N SMUliTS,
Domestics in variety. to be sold at t
S- FOR THE CASi. 'ra
S. WOLFE, Agent.
100 Bushels Prino White al
D. R. Flennikem
If you want Bargains, call on Davi
ion & Co.
URIDAP F URNITURA
J UST received direct from the best flet
ries of New York and Boston. Conlsai
tg of fine llosewood and Chesnut siui
eoanpleto M14ahognlny and Watut Bureau
ofas, Divans, Parlor Chairs. Stands, &t
led Steadsi and Chairs of lifcen difl'ore
,rades each, Wardrobpe. Salonn Tablos w
verythiig usually kept in the Furnitu
ire, which we proplso to -ell Is cleal p
an be bought nnywlhere in iI FiaAe. C1
nd see. JOHN Mc1NTYI(E & CO.
Livery and Sale
SST ABL E. 1J
A. F. GOOD IN Gi,
E ltRLYopp.aeito the passenger depo
A onll fr-omis ifiends and the publ
;encrally is earnostly solicited.
C-irriages, Buggie, Wag.ms. amiol 44vid
lorses always ou hand, to hire un the mo
iberal termis may 26
I 14~P% CT1ULl'& in.
fotl 11 oli. 0th,i of
hansboro and Fairtield District, that
lave ia full amsortncit of Watilhs. .hewer
,locks, Spectacles, &c., al1ways on han ma
in.l will sell at the lOWest prices, na1d onIri
'espeofully ask the conltinance of 11
>atronage of my old fricids and custonie
kil goods warranted its represented. I it
3repared t o do alt kind of Witelh and ,ie,
dry work and have always a good a tock
natorial on hand, and will guarantee sati
action. All work warranted.
CHII ES MULLRB,
Second door from Col. Rion's Oflioe.
11CHIOC lot Daltimore Sugar Cura
and Home Cured liaims. fly
June 4 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
If you want Goods given to you, 8
o Davidson & Co.
JUST RECE IVED).
~'j~ LBS. Rib, Clear Ritb and Clor
q icon. 500 lbs. Camnan
ugar-Cured thams-Crushaed. A, Extra
, and Demorara and Brown Sugar. lay
june 28 U. R. FLENNIKEN.
L. Word to Our Friends and C3'i
XE respectfully announce to our frion<
rand customers, that we havo secure
hes services of Mr. G. A. White, a prnetici
laker I'rom Columbia, 8. C. Pair. White
man that thoroughly unerstands his bi
ine-is, and persons wirhinig niLc brent
oc, can have It by calling every day.
The continued partronnge of our fricna
re 'earnestly holicited. Snaaisrait'ion gva:
nibed. GOOJINO, bTUAIRT & Co.
If you '.. ant a good and cheap Ha
;o to Davidson & Co.
.O BBlLS. No. 1 Family Flour,
40 Sacks Extra Elour.
Crushed, A, extra E, (I, Demornra as
ark brown Sugar ; Java, Laguayra, ar
do Coffoa; t.. 0. Glolden, Honey, Rug,
louse Syrup, and common Molosses ; Biul
tib, 0 Ri and clear Bacon and shouldera
lhow (Chow and MIxed Pickles, [ and
at. Jars ; Fresh Woreestershare Sauce, lb
may381 D. ft. FL'ErNIKER.
NOYEMBB~a t, 1870,
HARLESTON, SO. CA
' Most lIborkl Promlims "olerort 1
very dep-artment of Agricultural and Mi
Premiums List publisited In Pamphl
~orm. June 80.-8
fW00NT4V FtOUR, * co o ari
KFTCIN', MfoMA.9'BER & ERICE,
8, AND sco the Ladies Pretty Dress Goods
in great variety at
ITilOtl'SON & 1WOODWAlti).
The Model Jar
POlt preserving Fruits and Vqgetable,
Lumanps, Goblots, Lanip Chimneys, all at un
Ui('illy low prices.
IiOMI'SON & WOODWALD.
oTIONs and Shoes to arrive in a few
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
If you want handsotne Droes Goods,
call on Davidson & Co.
FRESH MEDICINES I
1d VIN.lIA. 11\-I11,It8, Itoliadalis, Koskoo,
Ir Salt ' etre, linlsnan Copaivn, Worm Confcc
" tiont, Vermauge, oil of Amber, Dovers
l'owder., AlcocI's aister. Gumli Opium,
Mm-rpjine, St rong's 1ills, Jayne's Expecto.
rant, Chlorofrm, Cod Liver Gil, Itisley's
Blelu, Mustang Liniment, &.
Bfath Briek, Castilo Soap, Ginger, Crenni
'I arter, Illy Poison, Corn Starch, Rnt Poi.
son, Yenst 'owdnrs, Citrio Acid, Salts of
Lermon, Cox's Gelatine, Chinese Vermillion.
100 gnilous Brilliant. Oil.
Juti receivedi by
KiVITtlitN, MolASTEIL & BRICE
PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT
Hm B. McMaster,
WINNSBORO, S. 0.
100 yards East of Passengor Depot.
(o.n VA5IIONED PRiOUs.)
april 28- y
rT Ii- Subecriber has received a largo
. addition to his Spring Stork consisting
. in Ludies I)rors (oods and Millinary of the
0 latest style, Linos' and blisses' Gaiters,
also Shoes or every description, Oenis'
Furnishing Goods, &c. lie wishes lo call
snecil attention to hisi randy-mitle Cl1th.
ing a they can not he surpassed for quali.
r ty anid cheapness in ihe Stato. The abovo
iGoods hte1 is ailing foir les.s thlan thle samoe
,goods could be boughIt for at. the lirst of thai
season. All lie asks is a oij fygom those
th~at have (lhe Glroonbacks, (those thant have
not got ilhem nted not call1 as his terms are
5 striotty CA8T!,
lie also keeps a full supply of Flour and
Groceries on hand.
H F. ELI)EI.
Hlfouse Whves' Assistant Cook.
- A new and useful invention for sale by
Price twounty-.lve centa. mnay 21
HAY! HAY! H&Y!
JUST received One IHundred B3ales o
~r N'orthern HAY. Those of our oustomzers
who need wilt please como at once.
BACOT 4a CO.
Fertilizers! Fert lizek r
JT AVING scoured the' Agency' for Fair
4 : old;Coun~tysfor' the followving Fortill.
&iolublo Paciflo Guan n,. ..
lnughi's ijnw Bone 'Super-Phuosphate,
'l hto C'trolinsFeriilser,
-. Rhodes' Suipea-Phuosphato,
t Cot ton koodJ,
n aryland Ammonlntedh,
-Compoundl Aeld losphate of Linieg o
com ostIng withocotton seed;
And -Mel's Adamonlated Diobe .Sup'i
I am now prepared toi supply my:friendu
wijh atsyof theogbovo esiow as t he same
pan beu purehase ar.: other snar-,
.ict'itni roi nderaage oded.
at'W teo 'totouar i.ekised o
44fodo all kind oh
Work. Ropa1l oi~oggiesnd.