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The seoond ie E neoinisas
sold here yesterday by Mr. J. H.
I3rioe. Mr. John U. Cathcart was
the puro or, t16ok
Ktnsdnan and $owili
We direct special attention to the
eard of this firm in another column,
They are enter,ising' gnd; .eliablo
Ch 1 $$ (fentag o sreaidy' 'otp%
1y an'i dBiitly to'sefve their frieuds
in the iuterior.
NQtice To Paxpayer--J. S. Stews
art Aounty, A uditor.
Dissolution-Thonpaon & Wood
14otice to Contraotors-G. II. Mo.
$otice to Assessors-J. 8. Stew
atf Oounty Auditor..
T6adot & Co., have received a large
stock of Plnntntion Goods.
Three fltndred'baithela Bread Corn
ad tree Oundrod: buebels: Winter
Seed Oats, at D. It. Flenniken's.
We tender our sincere thanks to
Messrs. Walker, Evaus & Cogswell of
Charleston, S. (3., for a bottle by Ex
press of Panku#n's Acid Resisting Ink.
It-is decidedly the beat writing fluid
we have used id some time. This
ink loes not corrode a steel pen, nor
does-it thickbn in the inkstand,- and
always flows fr, ely. It is a beauti
ful purple black. The inventor is
Dr. C. F. Panknin, a distinguished
chemist of Charleston. Messrs. Walk
or, Evans & Cogswell, are the manu
Gooding's Livery and Sale Sta
Mr. A. F. Gooding, Proprietor of
the Winnsboro' Livery and Sale Sta
ble will have in our town on or before
the 12th igst.ant a fle lot of horses
and mules, which be proposes to offor
for sale to oitisen of'Fairfiul'd.
Mr. A. F. Gooding has now become
a citizen of o+ir town and is therefore
identified with the people of this Dis
trict. We therefore cheerfully recont
mend our friends and the public gen
erally to Mr. G., as a good and strict
ly honest gentleman, and one who will
do what is right by them. Remenm
ber then* that his fine stock of horses
and mules, if nothing prevents, will
be bere about the 12th of this month.
Unie Reforn R ally !
At a tJnion Ref orm meeting'
(agreeably. to' the published, call) on
Mendty last, Baylls Elkins 'Eq., was
,called to the chair, Dr. Wm. E. Ai
ken appointed Secretary.
Mr. JaR. B. McCants was unani
mouAly elected to act s County
Ogirman for the party in Fairfield.
d'j,to of Mr.. 1B. 1R. Stuart, the
ftalfowin4g resolutions were unaniaous
uaJnof.Gli oiti.en( 1rrespeotite of
4 ee of political opinion, who
firan honest and ecor.omici State
'ernmost, few taxes moderate sala..
'Resolved, That the Chair appoint
gen' leinen to assist In organizing
Unior Refer p Clubs at evury voting
prooidot, whlich olubs ihmt formd;
az' requeste'd to send delegates' to a
C&avention to meet In Winnsboro on
the,firat Mondaiy of ,October, to pre
sent a County ticket for the suffrages
of the citizens of Fair field.
AtL the suggestions of-Mr.. Wm. .
Robertion, the following resolutions
was also passed,:
Resolved, That the Oibsir appoiita
Committee of three to confer with
e~br'tteiaebbIlaan party and
t5tEtrt *ftbter 'a divided com
promise for County officers is practi
chairman Bayls Elkio, Esq., and by
?laid. 8Stuert, MdCants and 14hert
sons- The meeting *aa also interrupt'
ed by a radicai harangue from S. M.
as altogether out of order be w 's over.
ruled Mhd'Mrf8; 14, $myt*as lbeard
by vote of the meeting. We shall give
.a'Jtl44i t the iecheg MA
,Shbq Tfeus5eg -of -shp Louisville
have created -one of- the most-liberal
adld lobi4'bla4f6tipna et, $dnTerNd
byapublic institalion ubon aby p
pi htsil9 y have
fos4aoa.O.megcaq&m- A?Itlt lnothI
this means very many por e
servIbdfdtegIns will be enabled to
obtain a the~r.oggi medical education.
Any young man wishing to' take. ad
wrise to the repteseatiie of the
sides, or to the President of the Medi
cal Society of his State, or to Dr. E.
S. Gaillart, Dean of the Faculty of
the Louisvills Medical College, Louis
ville, Ky., when he will receive full
isfonnation of all that it is necessary
for him to do to seoure one of these
aeholatships. With proper and aol
come delicacy the names of thoso-who
have secured the beneficiary scholar
sbips will,.e known only to the Dean
o?1the Fao44ty. It is unheoessary to
4o'ittiend those who have established
these noble benefciary scholarships.
Their act will bring them commenda
tion wherever it is known.
A Word to Newspaper Read
The following extract we see go.
ing the rounds of the press, and
We think it very applicable to
Wlnnsboro, as there is quite a num
ber about this place who are too pe.
nurious to subscribe and support
their District paper. And yet these
very men are always harping on im
migration, but never have done any
thing to further the cause. The same
can be said of the District paper.
They like very well to road it, but are
too mean and penurious to lend a help.
ing hand for its support :
"In every town, fully one-half the
readers of the local newspapers, never
nontribute anything to its support.
They are always anxious to get hold of
the paper and frequently deprive the
subscribers to it of its use. To all
such persons we would say that they
ought to subscribe and pay for their
local paper if they want its use. By
using it without paying for it they
sponge upon their neighbors and they
deprive the publishers of their
subscription, which they ought to
have. If we had the subscription of
every man who reads our papers, it
would be no small addition to our
means of presenting our readers with
a More interestii g paper than we do.
If every reader would subscribe and
pay for the p.per we would be able to
prese;nt the latest telegraphic news
every issue, and correspoudunce from
iw portant points giving detailed stute
munt3 of what is transpiring in the
busy world. We ask those newspa
per spongers to act the man for once
and come up and subscribe."
We welcome the September num
ber of Bullou's Magazine, for we al
ways find something in it to interest
us and our household. It is filled
with original stories of love, of advei
and the sea, and withal, has some
dozen or more illustrated articles,
scenes in this or other countries.
The price of 3allou's Magazine is so.
cheap that it should be in every fami
ly in the country. . It is only $1.50
per year, or 15 cents single copy,
Address Thomes & Talbot, 63 Con
gross street, Boston.
Gratuitousi Medical Instruec
The Louisville, (Ky.,) Medical Ce!
lege having established seven benefi
ciary scholarships for. the State of.
South Carolina, the undersigned is
authorized and empowered .to sign
official certificates in behalf of appli.
canits. Any Medical studentt wish
ing to avail himself of the above
benefaction, must bring or send a cr
tifleate, signed by the Representative
of the Congressional District, in which
the student is known to be resident.
T. TV. ROBERTSON, M. D.
Presld't 8 0., MedIcal Association.
A stabbing affray oe,urred .near
Ridg6wa.y last week, and resulted in
p,lacing one of the combatants hora de
A terrific thunder and lightning
storm occurred here on Monday last.
For a half an hour there was one con
tiunual roll of thunder and flash after'
flash of lightning lit up the horizon.
Those who- witnessed it say that it
was a grand spectacle to behold.
Two hundred. white families are
abdut'to be turned adrift in BIoiry
county, for failure to pay taxes.
A '*tt qcrtEdt4iong I1% oolo(80
people of wm(o *n 8a9dr ay gla
A piabtef fs'rn tWie ~otwestern
portion of this Pistriotioforms us that
;he cotton worm' Is ai4tiag sad havoc
n the cotto 'idh i prergl locali
Crop t eetj silsa.
T. .l ge4kef ooMti e to tiihard
licks (NObnge rsel a~ Chavles
ton. 46 kioeked o'ia'eei'a1a)t a
me eti~ otto Union tes 6o, a few
ei4 Best Yct.
George D. Perine, the best 2ngfra
on Steel di QpeAtry Nver prog
n a 19 Portrait on eteel-of.M. M.
"Brisk") Pomaey,' whioha il1t4 be
hbe best anid most elaborateI. k of
.perifdr bgfi hIll td~A Ih
$9.00-.-very 16 6"? l ew
C. P. Sykes, P. 0. Box 5217, ow
York City,, pp Jls h of Proroy's t
Dowocrat' offers one of thesei beauti
rul pictures as l premi%hn for three
sew subsoription. to (igt aper, at -
regular rttes, ( 50) r,epe d at the ;t
fflice in Npw M k Qity, ofore the
arat Jay,fof Deoeitnbor, -i the en
graving *ill be resdy to - ou out, by -
nail, wratpped.on A bItgcf p+E aid.
We shall 6,00 see ho j6oke the -
man who.writoa aene !aid nonsenso
political and dcsoriptiv6 articles, and
thoro strangely beautiful Saturday
DIDN'-r U s,nsn;1$ND I"ilearson.---The
following istory is told of an uineky
Englishman in hari?, who did not. know
i word of thu polite tongue Sent inig
himself in a restaurait he pointed to tie -
Iirst article on the bill of fare, and politt
waiter brought him a fragraunt plate of t
beef soup. When it was dispatch,-d ho -
pointe,l to the se.ond line. The waiter
brought him a vegatable soup. "Rat.her
more sanp than I vant," he thought, d
'but Ihi:ais Paris fashion." l .. l11.. e
pointed to the third line, and a plate of
tataioca brot,h was brought, himn Again e
o the fouiih, and was furnished With a I
b->wl of pf'p' ration of arrow root. le It
rued the fifth tine and was supplied with '
;ruel kept for invalids. He determined b
o get as far from soup as possible. He p
ointed in despair to the la: t of the bill d
>f fare. The waiter politely hinded him s
L bunch of tooth-picks I This was too g
nuch ; the Eng iehman paid his bill ti
nd left- r
THE LEEINOTON TiANDs.-WO are
oformed that the Lexiugton lands,
fpoken of in this paper a few .days. p
tgo, were sold to tho Land Cornmis t
loner by Mr. Geiger, for $5175, 0
whieh is about $2 25 an acre. The
auds are well worth this price, al. c
hough they cannot be divided into o
mall tracts with advantage. Now, it
a charged that the State has been 1
nade to pay $8050 for these lands,
vhile Mr. Geiger received only $5175. t
4Vill any responsible member of the n
fand Ring inform the public, whether e
Purvis wa,s the middle man who made s'
he purchase and re-sale, and then di- b
'ided out the spoils Y- Charlestona e
..Tu TERu "Nrnno."-Greely ad
rises the colored folks" not to take of- t
ence at the tern "negro." And wlhyl? a
3ecnusc' he, unlike the uneducated no.
tro, has the sense to know that it is the
egit.lia,e term for the African. The
3overnor of Liberia, (a negro,) in hi
ast annual measags-a long and sensi
>le document-did not speak at once of
'colored folks," but in every case used
he tern "negro" in speaking of his
A frican felloiv-cttizene.
A STARTLING STATEMErNT.--Our
orrespondeot informs us that Win.
IMillan, whom Scott has appointcd o
i commissioner of election of Chester it
%ouuty, was found.guilty of stealing Ii
otton, some months ago, and fled
rom the State. While still a fuki- c
ive from justice, be was pardoned by a
kovernor Scott, and is now e;cpooted C
o return the favor, with intereat, upon
lectJoti day.- Charleston Nfuwe
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. -
A. LL persons having demands against y
1.To.Sitt, deceased. are requested to a
>resent the same, p.roperly attested, a.ad a
hose indebted will pileaso inake.paymeat, to aj
JOI NT. W. .STITT,
JAS. L. MARITJN,
aug 27-8m Executors.
If you want Goods given to you,.g
o Davidson & Co.
GOOD FUILNITURtE! *
UEIEAP FURNITURE! E
J UST received dtireat from the best facto- 0
ries of New York and Boston. Conslst: e
ng of fine ROnewdod and Chieimnt hilts,d
toeenptete Mahbogany and Walnut Bittedus/
sofas, Divans, Parlor Chairs. Stands &e.a a
Bied Steads and Chairs of fifteen dihferent a
grades enoli, Wardrobes. Saloon 'I'ables and
tver.9thing usually kept in the Furniaure
WAe. which we propo's's to sell as'ehest e l'
san be bought, any here int the Stae. uall
m.d ace. JON'oNTVfRE & Cd. 7
3O$BUSHELS Biread 'Cern and 600
3ushelsWltiter Beed Oats, by~ -
I'E are tdcdl'ving. d og r to the C Iti
tVes esof iauu ,uon tra as liin
bad well .olected 8iti onsisting in part,
is foli~a .:
19 TonsEynglish Arrow Tie, ,o e
6) Hhdu. Bacon, ,..*.
-60 Blbls. (ggy,:of gvorg ge4.; , .1
20' i ge Rio, Lagtulra,. Javt,-an
e0ha Coaut, 3.
40 ElseNew Ma#kee
100 Bag abd'Bbles/-lou." q
160 Saok41se~ i e'f P? t -i~ T,A
Ricer R as --buk, rSolp# * pfoeh
-'ii' ','Ames ,Mis2 64 1 tea I
lugh tNl, wh e.t
. ippman's Great German Bit
Jr a Vill ive, au r.etilg
ggr Lippman'.GKeat. errnan Bit.
rs cures Liver .oaiplaiut..
gg" Q'Litppthiuu(Gre: rw .-tn Iit
Rrs regulates the fowrht.
fir Liptmahe Great C erman Bite
bra, tL:e best. Sprin Medicine.
' Lippninn's Great Gt;rman Bit.
gies a gd appeti .
Lipumntt'; 'Great G rmnn Bit.
srs Tu#es never p1'.,Ie01
3~.W' Lippman's.Gruat Germtan Bit.
re ur I '.;malo cd'mphfttnts..
:W)" iippman's Great German Bit
"rs dtires Nervouqii'ss.
Qt Lipnan's Great Gertnan B.t
r3 pitrifled the blood.
01 Lippman's Orvat GOrrmnn Bit.
rs gives tone to Digetive Org,tanq
What Does Reason Say?
The little mongoose when bitten by a
endly serpent resorts to a certain platit,
als of it, aud escapcs the effect of the poi.
on. That is Instiuct. 1Iu.n.an beings on.
ie other hand, tnust depend on reason aitd
xpcrience in selecting the means of pro.
cting health and life against unwholosom
ifuerces? Now, what does reason say on
ils vital subject ? Does not it tell us that
I Invigorate and putify. the systetn is the
Mkt way to Iroteot it against the Invisible
oison which generates disease_? Surely it
DOe. Tie next question, is, what guide
tall we follow in ohoosing'a mediolual snfe
tard ? Iteason replies let your monitor be
tperience. Wull, thi .etl3erlio6 of' Ogh
en years comprised in one unbroken so.
es Qf satisfactory te7t)inonials assures us
tat; ilebtotter's Stoainoh Bitters possess
rengthening, regulating anI, a1 tis9ptig
roperties which ,re not comnbiued in the
line happy proportions iq any other pre.
aration extant. This iherefore, is.the an.
dote to which reason bids us resort when
ar health is up perilled either by the male.
a which . pro .uces epidenio disorders, or
y any other cause, whether inherent and i
toetitutionAl or connected with our habits,
cupations and pursuits.
The venom of a noxious reptile is scarce.
more subtle and dangerous than that,
hioh lurks in foul air,aand irgpure. water.
o escape the fevers, bilious disorders, dis
hrbances of the bowels, and other serious
aladies produced by theso insalubrious
s'nents, it is abeolutely necesary that the
omaok and all the secoretive organs should
, so to speak, in a rohust condition. Upon
o amount of resistance which the vital
entm can oppose to the deleterious - that
Isail it, the safety of the health depends, I
id it is because tho, RSEAT vuoSTAtILB 1N
IoltANTT inparts tnergy and regularity to
e most important functions ef. the body,
at it can be recommended and guaranteed
an invaluable preventive uedicine.
sept Imnr; 4' .
1'hip celebrated me,muine has .woh a deser
idly high reputation as an alleviator of
sin atd a preserver of hehlth It has be.
nie a household remedy, from the fact
gives immeulate and .permanent, relief.. It
a purely vegetable' preparation, 'made
em the best and pitreit nateridt1 t'atfe to
iep and to use In every family. t iqt 1e
onrmended bf physiciaus and persous of
It classes, and to-day. after a public' triil
f thirty years-the average lif'e of -man
stands tunrivalled and unexcelled, sread.
ag its usefulness evor the wile woi-1 . . is
Irge and i'ncrossing sale ptforda .positlye
vidence otf i, enduring fanie. We do not
eemn it. n'ecessary to say mngh In its favor
5 one smnall bottle will do more to convince
ou of Its efficacy 'than all the advertise
1ents In the world, Glive it one fair. trial
ad f'u' woiuld not the' ithiout It. (or' ted
pep It.s coat,
DIrections ncooipany each bott o -
Sold by all Druiggista.
Prlces26ots,, 60 ets., and $1 per' bottle,
ooir otD', 'UTRA O'4 ef
araparille andc Queen's Delight
!s'lhe ac'knowledged natidot e to All'1ijood
For DIsieases produceid by the iis'o'f Mfer
ary, and for 8yphllI~, with its. (;rgin of
vils, Ihisa Cnippund :s the only siipi 4nif
To the oor creatture, enfeebled in'tillid
nd'body,' y georot pactio,es, whj e nerves
ro unstrdig, add c'outtheiance d^o cast,
* 1,A paj ||| dnd QNecen'i Ne~iik
a blessing. Try itfairly, and your nerves
'IU -~ reored to their uonbedI.;igr gpdtl
od 'Jject'd boutize'ipabeche im deraaklad
ili the~ ...onseio'uanoss of Rt1i'OIUED
I A N IOOD,. . hging free from vjo!' nt mine.
ris it is adalitid to gefieraPWe'' The old
udsyoung-may.: use It;y the moes delleale
twele!agany tilno may take It'i ihe 'b6ndet'
iafanat, who miay have inh'erItedAllisealhe,a
'ill be oee ' in4as
-PATaomJEd Iosen' EsmfaPRidNs,-Mp. P.
,MToahe, whose' advertisement' Appe5es in
mother ooluan;2has established onw"a trm'
isis in i0halesw,a .the largest and most
>m ese mianufactory , of- d oor# wakb
hlis , &o., in the Souther'n-Sttes.t ffay
ig *tlifbtsed liberally di,rlbg 'tha~ p'sasi
savjhe has secured adArge ouelots der
ndI~ is far west asaAlabaOianand'he:rad
mebbn enabled to put forth "Alin~itled
icloliSt which defies c<opettlioa 1Wv4e7
mrseJ *hbVobntemplettls *'building be A'e
siring alt&dlldweto 06 oifoe fon Mi." Toale's'
deleld. ,L '
.!W...e attention of our ,,p gost1
het,9olumn, lieai.l IjpJoaasaVrateOera
anlit Al. ~7ep qAo 4+ .ba..tgli
I Europeo, ge .~u499,i.tJa,
iropfDyspepsta or td estiq~ .,..pgtetI
ttlop,-Lss of .AppeAIuw4 Ver '3 yoIppppaust
s of toppi 14 dJgaeLiye qrganp, eAo0
he ~oprietors, Messrs Jacob. &4pp.
rqi,atannath, a ypg siqa ble
elipe for ma Ing4: )de i*Jfl tIau' .
it1V~ and pledgetteIp regg qta .jam i
r oflg In i s,4
ros. Drug S're.
EW Mattressee large and emaJg Met
jle e estTeeived-a f
t o, ~ o &\ d
)ousent, Persons indebted to us must
inako prompt payment without delay, to
aording to their promises made.
August 25, 1870.
0. R TiTOMPSON,
T. W. WOODWAItD.
TIlE undersigned have this dry entered
cto a Copartnership under the name and
style of Thonpson. Woodward & Law.
August 25, 1870.
0. R. THOrMP8ON.
T. W WO)WARD,
J. W. LAW.
sept I , +r
Mt. Zion Collegiato Institute,
* WINNSBdORO, aS, .
111 8dholastibi:'ttrof 18 'ofithll;
well known Suhubl tdt BoyM will Open
Mondity, Sepmcnber 12. Sintidents are sub.
ected to the wholesome reibtrdintr'of nillt
airy discipline, and wear an appropriate
TsEtaiMR Prt Ststoa--$18, $22, $26 and
80, aucurdini to grade, payable quarterly
i advance. For diroulae'i contiining full
nfurmsation apply to
O. A. WOODWAlRD,
Mf M. FARROW,
PAfRTNER NP NO'TICE1
rlIE unders gned ltive tIis day entered
iato a ruroptltile partnership,; in the
eown of Winnsburo, under the stame and
tyle of Ketohip & Itobertsnn.
They purpose dealing chiefly in Groer.js,
'rounce, and .Hardware, and will keep eon.
tantly for sale a full supply of iaoou,
ar 1, Sugar, Coffee. Molasses, Flour, Corn.
Rioe, Tohacco, Sonp, $tArch Spitbn, and
uoh other artilea' as are tustualf to be
ounad int a first class gi'a:cery Storte.
Also all kindsr f. farlwa't, usUilly
teeded on farin uid platntaitins.'
WIhLO AN] W. K Tl11N.
THE WAR IN EUROPE
Ea Still Going On.
REMOVAL TO THE
'EW STO~ER.E I
(Adjoining lcCully's Grocery.)
WOULD inform my old friends, ousto
eincr and he public generally, that. I
are, removed ty entire stook of Dry
,uods, Clothing. &o , to. the large and conm
nodious Store, next door to icCul y's Oro
cry esaisathment, and am now fully pre
tared to otter superior inducements to the
Feeling thankful for the liberal patronage
>estowed wh;le at the "'Old Stand," I would
eapectfully solicit a renewal or continua
ion of the stoie at my NEW sTORE.
aug 15 S. WOLFE, Agent.
THE Subsctir'hat .reoulvld a large
addition to his Spring Stock consisting
t L'd1e Droes Qoods 'and Millinary of the
atestayle, Ladies'o and . bli.egep'Aas,14h
ilso Slioes of every deeoriptlob, Qento'
,urnishing Goods, !o., ,lJi wislies to call.
peeial attentioon t his r(ady-mi-de.Clofh:
ng, as thepy pan not 1e.surpaeod for.qugli
y.agd obeapnoss in the State. 'h. above
)onds he is Relling for le's than th.e. gage..
oods could. be bouht ffr ot ;Abe first of th,
teason. A,l.he asks is a i1ll fro,n those
hat have the Greenbacks. those that haye
tot gept thtem msed not call, as.hs tenmst
Hlouse WIves' Assistant Oook.
A now iad usetul invent,ion for sale by
Price twen(yy-lve cents.. may, gl
If you wank.thle verybo.it and atest
tiles of Clothing, go to Davidson'&
siveryj sad Sale
WIL L receive bit o9 4,ote 12th IhIt
a lot of Extra Finae Kentucky ll0lU8E8
oylow fi2 s. ciid publlo're itly o
all and euampkoehoppi g
Carriages, nlgglest, Wagon.. and Saddle
l.resaal ways on hand, 'to 'hire -otfthb mest~
Ibera terms. se pt 1
Piour ; 800 bushels W BIread Corn,
Corn SeJa1 er dt. rar #e'Im,e,k),
~rom Creight a il by''. e) 1 1
if you want a pair of Shoes to 'ft'
H E undersigned beg. leave inform the
-atia4s *'tIumaoW earb4' teli
*~agabisOpeed4'- 4 %10084AGt90 p
~alujwipt 1sf me of'Th4kpetia. b NWdW
lar d's 8tore, whee e totpe,asU e5qs
( kinds of Tailor eoM4ttion
id o the 48 5 and
ILOA iLt smas CIy
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 4 lays 8I., Charleste, 8. V.,
P*'O'AL Co'' the rebuilding of Ash
L kiyte::&,h3rt w1's Bridges over LittIo
ltiver, will be'received up to the 1st of tiep
lentber noxt. The fortmer to be bufilt by the
bounties ot Ilohland and Fairfield. .The
Bridges must be substantial structures with
lland-ltillings, and wihout Cotory; Con -
ltnot6re will be" required to wurt-nut tho
Bridges for twelve months. Estimates for
the iridges must be made out sepnarately.
B3y o,;dt;foard County Von missionera.
I. 14. WITIER S, Chairman.
aug 11e4f -t
P ROPO)SA148 for tho oonsiruotion of a
ridge over the ma,n Fork of WIatereo
Creek, on the road 1."l1,bog from W bite Oak
to Chester, will be received up to the 256t
of August, Ihet. The Ilridgo to be 50 feet
long. 8 fot high from bottom of .ill in bed
of Ureek, 2 Uenohes with a span of 27 ree,
itock Iuttmwent at each end of Bridge, and
Iiand-ltaling on top. By order lBoard
I. N. Wi'CIlLtS. Chairman.
- aug ll-tf
If )oti vaut good and oheap Bolts
au-l Shoed, call on Davidson & Co.
A LOT of Fine Flour, the finest in matr
ket, just received at
ul MoN"TYRUE & CO.
bl V enstomers and
friends will fitd tue at.
Laughlin's Old Stand.
near the Passenger De
pot, where I atm prepar
sd to do all kind of Smith and Wagon
Work Repairs on Buggies and Carriages
ecatly.exeoutedt W. H. DUVcA.
STOCK of a previous purchase it offered
at One Half of Original Uost in order
o make roon. for Fall Uoods. Call at otice,
or nu is the time.
SECURE A BARGAIN.
One in whleh you will realize the valuo
i youtrnoney S. WOLl;,
'If you want Bargains, call on David
ion & Co.
I an prepared at tmy
sh'os to do all kind of
smith and wood 'work in
ho very neatest, style, call and examine for'
Wurdelvos, L. M. BOLICK.
Lt rgb White Norfolk,
Large White Globe.
Fresh and genuine, wholesale and retail,
A T H. WV. DESP'ORTE~S.
I on WIt6t anythirig, give David
i .Co adall.
* NoVEMBER 1st, 1870.
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.
$$7 Mostt liberal Preniums offered in
.ver*y de .$fmen.t of Agriculftural and Me.
haninh Arts. -
PIraemiuins List publIshed in Pamphlet
* . une 80--8m
'I uo& ant Cheap Gos ot
sn& C~o. Gos ot
0RB RIs now epplied with ..ce
Adir Me etred to' fur,eish out ctst o.
nNR*ihMiV landb of ia h Winto and
. O LLEVER & 00.
Fortilizers! Fertilizers I
O Oeb h Kg6noy' for ir
*Ol iht',ftfhdlidlo Frti.
ers : v.' .J u asi
Bolublt1$aolfio 0 uaun.;
t!W. BewuBJote &upx4thosphate,
Rhodes' Ilper:PA6csp sie,
il ua - .,' .' A
& di t'PXedghiIe -t 't,i*deo
) l' 4ssMetted Boe Supr
I E -asas the-sam'.
'rAbs. iP3bh~ -6ther ma?
&Mi >eidh e.jbwyAge kri ded. Call
ge o r*idsoriptite of
_RIVAT A ' 6 $lt
COTTON AND HAY PRESS.
Challenge Open to the World I
rp lE people desire to know the best attd
.Lmotpractical CO'l"I'ON AND HAY
l'RE.SS. Being the Inventor and Proprie
for of the above ismproved atd t eet ly pal.
ented land Power Cot -,n and 11ay I ea, I
propose to the representtives of Preases
Ihroughont the cnutntry, to htve a public
cont st in packing Cot toln at (,olntabia. dur
inyt Fair week of the Agrienitural and Me.
hatlcal Assuciatioi 0 South Cart'ulina.
AS 1 ri nt I idls. ta ga in nything by
Ihe conte't, except p,resrigt and to bring
my Press general}y to the norice or tho
public, my proposition is. lea Oc I coutpo.
titor suborihe $60 ns an entrance fee,
which lbatll co n'itutro a futadl, to ou eanlly
divideml, ats at cootrihntiotn, between the
Ladies' Itustrial nd atonutt cntal Asao
ciatins (f 'oith t'.troliri. The contest
to take place in public, on the I nir Grouttds,
anti opo to all e1w.-ei of Presses, whether
pro palled by hand, horse. stean, or any
olltr psower, an,l to be decided by it coi.
mit'ee, selected by Io co entrtants Ithem
selttes, which caittittee shall tr,ke into
consideration the style anal m'tnner in which
the cotton is put ltp, and the aotual per
centum of liitte, bniber and powur required
to do i, t le chief object being to ascertait
the most sitnpit, ecunoietal, detrnhle and
practicable P'ress for general use. Not less
than three bhae, of 600 pounds each,
brought to a compaUte of t wenty cubic foot,
a ill be considerud at fair tvat. Persons
intending to enter the contesti. will give
Iheir r.aies, either in person or by letier,
to Col J. P. Thomas, of Columbia, 8 C.,
who w ill announce the same publicly in the
Uolumbia 'hrenix, J. K. DAVIS.
IosttNfvL.o, S. C.
In takitg my bow to the public, as (Ito
representative of a new invention, I do not
como with a long list of certillctiles from
others, and most extravagant. assertions of
m own as to the power and effiony of my
Press, but tut perfectly content to throw it
rtlirely upon its own merits, Irust ing to
the jtidgtmettt of a sortutinizsing atd dia
ritninating public to award to it th..t
inn ont of favor and patroungo to which
itnerit alone justly otitles it.
In the sales of temy 'reHtas, I havo adopt.
rd the "No Cure, No Pay Systen." Every
Press will he warranted to give matisfaotion,
)t n rttle.
t'rice, delivered all complete on the oars,
$106. For any t'urther inforntation, ad.
iress Mr. J. A. J. DEIILtUK, Agent and
lfanufaoturcr, at Columbia, S. C., or tlio
mabseriher, at Monticello, 8., C.
July 23-8n J. h DAVI8.
Davidson & Co's is the place to buy
ill you want.
W H have received a THIRD SUPPLY of
Will receive this week a fine stock of
Shoes and Clothing. Our Prices, as hero
ofore, will be kept oven with the very low.
sat. LADD DROS. & CO.
Drugs ! Drugs I Drugs I
having reconily refitted our Drug.Store,
tid receivel a oho ice assort m ent of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Bluffs, Per.
fuetry andl Pany Articles, we ctan safely
affer one of' thae best Stocks kep; in a firat
3lass Drtag Store, in the up-oonnttry.
Prescriptions carefuilly comop.unded by
tfn experienced4 Druggiast.
Juno 18 'LADD) BROS,8
if you want the nowost and latest
Styles, go to Davidson & Co.
VINEGA 'RDITTElS, Roadalus, Kosko:,
dons, Vor~niafutge, Oil of Amber, Dovers
Powders, Alcock's Plaster', (Oanm Opium,
Aforblidne, Rirong's ilhls,' Jpayno's Expeoto
rant, phloroform, Cod Liver Gil, lHsley's
Bluchui, Musang Liniment, &o,
Dlath BrIck, Cashilt Soap. Ginger, Oream
larter, Fly Poison, Corn Starch, Rlat Pol..
son, Yeast Powders, Cit rfo Acid, Balts of'
Lemon, Cox's Gelatine, Chinaeso VermIllion.
100 gallons Blrilliantt OIl,
Just r'eceIved l,y
KETCJIIN, AMoMASTER & DRICE .
If yod want hanadsomte tireen Goods,
dl n D~Avidson & Co.
A FRE~S BU PJY a
OR ANGES, LEMO1NS.I
- a'tl *nd Confectbonery Str.
EstBLISH ED t859.
form (he oitizons of
skfr Aill' PIfaioid Distriol, that I
Nave a fuill assortmnent ofaWafehda, Jewelry,
310cks, Spyot'aolos. &e. always; en liand,
en4ll sgli at. ito wpt, prben, and would
rpq'~(t3jly seg.t le con,twAnOe of /ble
pttnt. fbn 'l01 frieni 'and onslomers,
lgoawarranted a. 5reproeened, amn
pepared to do all kind 'of Witek An'd J
a work, atnd If ave alted. good eteek df
amag kjed, and .WM1 g ras#l *ale
r4tion, All~ work warrafa '
.'b6IG dptoSQ SbaV5