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Notice-W. B. ieake.
Just Rooeived-Ba'ot & Oo.
Bread Corn-D. R. Flonniken.
Notice to Property Holdern-J. 6
Stewart County Auditor.
Mesers.- Thonipson.. Woodward &
Law, have received their fall and
winter stocks of godds. They ol'er
great inducements. See advertise
Attematln Refbrners I
It is earno'est ly riquested that therb
be a full attondancie of.All t(tii--ns CA
Voring the Union lIefQftu Riovement,
next Monday; at the Court House in
Winnsboro. - Vrqm every voting pro
binet in the Co'unty, slid from every
Union Rif~min o
on erin Club, a full delegation
in to be desired. The idea at the ba
his of our ction is a grand one.
tJaion upoun the principle or the poliz
tioal equalit.y of the races to secore
good governmen 'for tile State--auid it
should couimm.nd the sympathy and
hupport of-every good citizen, without
.t. N. MOCANTS,
County Chairman Union Reform Par-.
ioncinnat iksanierkc1& Con
The followjng-.geutlemen left here
on the 26th, 'for Cincinnati. us Deler
gates totbe Convention viz : Mestrs.
Pierre )Lroot, D. R. [lenniken, J. 1)
Mutthews jr-, and A. V. Uooding.
We shall aiticipate a large domettic
inport of good things on their return.
Ckhai li. ~
Mr. Willis Wallnece, an old and
highly respected citizen of Laurens
County, died suddonly last veek.
Governor Scott hns declared Ila
vana an infeotod port, und will issue
his proclamation .6 accordance with
TI-e Union Tmes says, that a short
time since three negroes received
thirty lishei each, on'their backs, by
order of the Leaituo Ii Chester Coun
ty, fur exposing some of the rascalit3
in that trew order of slavery..
Tea and coffee should be made as
the water boils, or the gas oezapes and
the flavar a kiutroyed.
During the week-ending September
17th there were thirty deaths in the
icity of .Charleston---twelve whites
and eighteen blacks.
The Executdve Committee of the
(Juiou Ruform party has gi'ven notice
that Reform M-ass Meetings will be
held atteyor* Courthouic in the State
on the first. Monday in Ootdber.
Prominent speakers have been invited
to address these meetings,and are ex
peoted to be present. The names of
tle speakers at the different Court
bouses will be published shortly.
The forhylie )Il'dvure .ui-ges theb
whites to organite militia cotnpanies
ievery County--not toearty on War,
but to prevent it.
Soqr Qrapoes are s~li to be a ocr
tain cure for dyspepsia.
Oun Monday ntexts the Ntth instant,
is the first of the Jewish year 5630.
The -aurora bb'realis or northern
light was seen itt this place on one
night of last week.
John IX Hoffmnan has beent nomina
ted by the New York State Conven
tion for Governor, and B~each for
Lieutenant Governor. The nomtia
tion was received with great rejoic
The Rleform part7 in Chosterneltl
Cotuty have nominated for the men
a%-9 W. huvall ; and for H-ouse of
Repfesentatives--M. J. Hlough, Bhur
well C. Evans.
The flarlington beinocrat sa'ys tha),
last weekt seventy-four thousandl three
huindre4 and eighty-nine acres of
land, was advertised for sale for taxes.
Alaf$1nvent antdred and three hous
.iobscoo stems put in het's nests
are good to keep them free of vermin,
The State Agfioultural abd Mb
thanicoal hfala 911. b hel dat Colum
bla on.,the .9th of November next.
TFhe prospects of a suceessful Fair,
the &eestety says, could not be
At a inion Iteform meeting on
tNaturday last, James MoCallumi was
oalled to theo chair and James 13.
Mr. James 13. Tunt J. Hendrif,
J. H. Crosby and James McCallum
were unanimnously elooted to act as
President, Vice President, Seeretary
ad Treasurer. On motion of J. H.
Crosby, the following resolutions were
Rlesolved, That we adopt for our
platform, that of the -Wionnboro
Clmkb. That we advocate the union
of all citizens, Irrespectivo of. differ.
enees of political opinion, who favor
an honest and economical State Gov
ernment, low tuae, moderate salaries,
high wages and greater material
Resolved, That the chair appoint a
delegation 'of six to mcet and confer
with the County Club a.t Winnsboro,
on the first Monday of October. Ien
f'y Sigman, R. E. Quinb, Chesley
Dodlwaro, 1. H. Crosby, It. b. Ash
ford and Jacob Shelton was delegated.
Resolved-, That the Secretary be
reljuested to send a copy of these
resolutions to the County Chaimnan
and to editor of the Fairfield IIEnA.D.
If. H. CROSBY,
Republieas Mass li eeting.
The Columbia du4riin says that
the grand fleptiblican mass meeting
,Tuosday night was a grand failure-.
It says about 150 or 200 persons were
present, one halt of whom were wo
men aind thildren. Specthes were
delivered by Mr. Tnlinson, Mr.
Neagle and Mr. Allen. We did not
her Mr. Tomilihon, but understand
his remares Wbre calm, afglmetilative
and very fair 3 hi: standpoint. A
portion of Mr. Neagle's speech we did
hear. It was mostly composed of
common-place vulgar comparisons
against the Reform party-. One thing,
however, we noted as particularly
censurable, and even diabolical, ie
stated that the Refotmists had climb.
ed to the Republican pletforim, and
pfofeszed to be as good Republicans
as hims lf, Governor Scott and Be-ver
ly Nasi They had acknowledged
hU-iverAal sufl1 nge and the equil rights
of the colored people ; but thcy
hadn'& came up to the new stand ard
Republic.nism-the Winche.ster and
Eufield rifle and the bayonet. That
is a new plank in tepublicanirm, of
which, we opine, Mr. Neagle will lhid
but few supporters outside the ling
in South Carolina.
Messrs. Cuslaiungs & Halley.
In inviting attention to the card of
Mlessrs. Cushings & Bailey, Booksel
lers and Statiouers of Blltimore, we
would note especially two considera
tions : the increased importance o f
Baltimore as a market, and the large
facilities of this pirticular house.
The trade of Baltimore with the
South has increased wore in proper
ti-mi since the war than that of any
otner city, and the lalin of its mer
o'unts and manufacturers that they
c.an sell goods cheaper than they .1)
be bought elsewhere finlds now snb
stantial proof in the large orders the)
are constantly receiving froin every
portion of the South. The house of
Cushings & Bailey was established in
1841, and it has been a charaetoris
tic feature of their manner of trading
that they haVe invariably given the
buyer Who orders his wares by mail
the same superior advantages ho could
have securod in person.
Employing a large capital in th eir
buisineso, theiy combine the utmn ost
entefrprise with the most elevated in
tegrity. For furthe3r particulars we
refer to their advertisement.
Troubles never come alone, is as
true as it is old. The son of Mr
Everhart1 and nephew of Mr. Francis
Gerig of this plate, a few hours after
his arrival here1 had his thigh broken,
in falling from a tree nuar the new
Tan Yard1 a few dags ago. Arid on
WVednesdaiy, while one of the daugh.
ters of. Mr. Gorig wvas attempting
t6ochly a log of wood the aye
slippsed anti -struck one of the toes
cutting it nearly off, We ato
glad to learn, that the little boy and
girl ar-e duing as well as could be
A Very P'oluatedI Panzzle.
Hlere is something worth studlying.
If auy of our readers can solve it ahd
see the point, they are at perfect lib
erty to do so : o sh)ys ani exchange.
Marritid, In luontgometry Alabama,
oI Thursday, 22d Instant, by the Revs
Mr. Matthews, Mr. JAMES La. AGNEiv,
formerly of Winnaboro,', and Miss
ELL A WonArrn, of IMottgottiery,
We ettend our dongratulations to
the happy twaint hoping that the
dark wave of adversity may never
sweep across their path way, and that
their onward journey through life
muty be~ one of "joy unspeakable and
full of blies."
A bachenlor *ith bittions off.
.And trowers full of rents,
Will net continue thus to live
If blessed with commois sense.
llut like friend Jim, will hurry up
And get himself a wile,
To sew on buttons and to patolh
IIis. trowieus all through 11ife.
S1o here's to Jim, who's now a man,
Just siarting out in life,
May hapiness forever smile,
-Upon himself and wife.
Charlesto'n News wil1 plase aopy.
Winulsl Oro COton Matrket.
IiNasNono, sept. 27.
The sales of the past week have been 323
bales--prices 14J to 15J an increase in
quint ity but a d'doline in brices paid, occa
sioned by a corresponding declitio in the
northern ivarkets. Planters arb selling
freely, fearing a further fall in value.
,'-fT ippIn ah's hGreJa. Germai Bit
tor's Will give ail appctite.
Lipprmiin's Grent. hrmah; Bit
ters ctlrs inver Complainut.
ters regilats lie low<.ms
Ior " g 'pinnan's Grvan. (1111,1at hi.
I pella5 s Ormt-at Ge tirinaIt it
t er tgiveS a timi ri* pe1)te.
vat" . UrImn ilt
ters Ciures ' never w(-r" peropleo
2i t a i pman's reai Genma lis.
ler r . comprt, I . i
W"I ppmn' Grat tI n 11; .
tvr eu cIres Nvr vonern-iss.
sija inai G e t -11:1, B:n I t.
I or1 y n ih .4 lilhe blo.l
I' la pptman'e Great, 'German.11 Bit
ter gie-son toDigesire ()rgang1.
What Does Roaso Say ?
Thlittle ilnoome when bijtten by a
deadly serpent resirtt to a certnin plait,
eats of it, and escapes the effect of the poi.
son1 TI.a. is instinct. 11lienail beings Oin
the other handil, tolStit depsited on resiolln and
ekpericiCe in selectl intig the means of pru
rem it.ig lielt i and lilfe n,'ilist un wholesom .
iii ellCtoC ? Now. wihait dkes ein.-on Snv on
I bi- vital sihjel ? Does hot it tell us' l1.
to invigorate anl. pmu ify ilth systemi iI Ile
best wtv toI irolect it againsl the ilvisible
peisonl wih ili gelieraales di souse ? :tnrely it
does. Thi e nTe r si 1 on is. wiht. guide.
shail we follow in choosing it theildiciial ofe.
giiird ? itensoni rep1lies let yuir iiiotuo itor elit
ex poerience. Well, lie experiene of' eigh-.
leeu years eomiiied iOl e ubroke se
ries of satistect ory teIvimiils nSulries its
a i Iosidttel's Stounelh Biter oSses
-t rengituhening, regitetinig andii ntis eptic
11proerties; Whilh Iare lnot combOinled inl lthe
Satie happy propotiols inl an1y (ther pro
paalion extanit. This ilerefore is tile nn.
;ilote to which renii hidols us ires ort when
Ill' heldilI is imperilled eiiher by lie mthi
rin which proiuce-z epidemii disoders, br
by any other cnuse, whether iilireit und
collt itii o iul or colltieted wit 0ur' hftbits,
iccipa ations and pirsuitis.
Tle veo'iain of a1 nio n's reptile is scarce
ly more iuhte i1ni di ngerolus 1han tha.
whichi lurks in 11il air and impaire water,
l'o escape lhe fevers, hilious dlsordevrs, dit.
'utrbantices of the bowels, nind other serious
mnaladlies proieidi by these in salobrious
ole'nets. It is absolitvly' ietesgtAry tht lthe
st ornak atl till the -ecretive organs shotald
ble, so to sneak, in a rauiti coidition. Upon
tie amount of resistance which ohw vital
-:ystell Cani oppose to lie dleterimois Ilint
assitil it tle sfety of tie henlaclIh lupends,
:nl it is becase lite on. Vo v t-r int is.
vIGoonT si impart s Mergy Iid regnl.irtly to
lihe most impozlrtant functions of lie body,
tWiit it can le recomndtiedIil and guaranteed
as an invaluable preventive medicine.
se(pt 1- I
- 1840 1870
Ilis celebrated nedicine has won a desei -
vedlly high reputat iont ns an al leviat or of
pain and a preserver of henlth It lhas he
comle a housiehiohl remtedy, froin the fuel
it. gives imainenmiate anid permuanent relief. It
is ai purely vegetle1 prepla'rat'in, mniie
from lie best. niud purest mfaterials, safe to
keep andl to usc itn every fanmily. It is ire
commendedll~i by phiysiciansi andil peirsonis of:
tall classes, nnil to.d.y'. a 1rer a pubileic trial
,f thity years. - lie nyerage Iihe of' mn
it sathitj~s urivalled antd uinuxcelled, s pread-.
iing its usetiulnes omvMl the wbllu wtorld. Its
large and increasing .sale ntf'ords posit ive
evidence of its endurinig fabte. We do tnot
dleem it necssairy to say htibh in its favor
as5 one smiiill bot tle will do more' 1o convince
yd11 di its ethicacy thban till th'd fodverl ise
menls in the world. Glive It unte fait' trial
andi you would not bo withiout it, for tell
timeis its COtt.
Direct ions accompaniy each~ bottle.
Sold biy all IDruggist s.
Pri 25cts., 50 ets.s antd $1 per bottle.
P'A-re.nIxie 110.t1 Esi'nenpttss.--Mh'. P.
P. 'Toale, *hose adlvertisementt appears in
anothor enldtan, hias established on a firmt
basis, in Charleston the largest and most
complete mannufactor'y of doors, sabeus,
blinds, &c. , in the Southern States. hlav
ing adlvertised ibherally during the past
year, he has secitred a large custom, ex
tending as far west as Alaibamna. and he has
thius been eunbled to pitt for ib n prinited
prIce list Whitrlh (defes cor~petit ion. Evet.y
person who contetmplates butilding or re
pairing should wrIto at once for Mr. Ton '
g&* The atttentiba of ouri readlers Is
calledt to-dry to the advertisement in an
othoft column, hteaued ILippmnai's Freat Goer
mtean Uitters, a preparatiin thatt ha tieen
used for utpward of a cobtutry in tlighten
ed Iiurope with theo gl'catcst anoceasits the
eure of D~yspepustai or Indligesiion, Consti
pation, Luss of .Appetite, Liver Complaint,
loss of tone In the digestiveot'yganis, cito.
The proprietors. Messrs Jacob Lippman &
Ben., Savannah, Ga., have, at considerable
outlay sdctceeded In obtaining the orIginal
recipe for makIng tisi delighitful tasting
hitters, and( pleoge their reptntloo that in
pr'epar'jng In the orIginal stanidard shall be
kept up. Depot. In Winnisboro, at Ladd
Bros. Drug Store.
School Commnissioner's Office
fFilE public or free Schools of' Fairfield
.I Couinty will open on the first Monday
In October next, Persons d15iOiStu of
teaching Free Sohools in Fairfield Counlty,
will alppoalr at miy oiIhee; at winnsboro, on
Frliay the 30th inst.. fott the purpose ot
betidg examinted as to their tqualifications
as Teacher- by the Board of Examiners.
sept 24-tixl Sechool Comn'r' F. C.
TEN bushels New Family GRIST frotm a
To arrive, 100 bushels N. C. Mell, fresh.
sept 2.1IlACOT & CO.
BA CON, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Vinogar,
Flour, Powder and Shot. 'lorms Cash.
Ag TIHOMP3ON & WOODWARD.
OF RVEiY DsbItiliPTioX
M4r 0 WV 0 P -7 3W
AT THE STOlE OF
Thompson, Woodward & Law.
IT 1 '01'11 IN'l'EN'l(N TO KFlA11 CON.
A.sInntly on land suci a stock of
Drt doods and Notioils
Boots and Shoes,
Orockory nnd Glassware,
A, will en bl.e i-, Al all times .t) supplg y the
wanlts4 of' the people ail the lo-wee-o uarker
prices.z 4.V i ll 'i' i; ION OUR 7C k ..li
ClASi. sept X7
000 BU81mIS Choe irAd Wh
sept 27 D1. R.'ILNNiKlN.
BOOKSELLERS AND STATiuNERS
;262 ii-h:inimore St.,limore,
I.A N hU ENT A NI) EST1 ASSOl lT DSTOCK
Ill the ci3 of
rtal '.l s1:r.r..m~.:oah
An immense suipply if General, Bank and
1':nk Bllooss mande to order in anly -lyle
of Jlindug a111 hlling
Tie same careful At tent ion given to
as to Per!r0ona linrehl .1
JN'SII)E IG~ltiS j].L A YS.
Send trr Cata logues, &c.
se pt 24 1mi
A1,L. pe'rson l.o 'ng dciemands ngainst
1 laTh. Stii, decenied, are requetpid to
present llt ei stl, properly attested. and
those indebted wil' pine nnke paymen, to
.l011 N T. W. STITT,
J AS. r mA\ lN, ' -
aug 27-lin Exeentoi.
() N Nlolay theh dt O'1tti:el- next. ecoall
0 telig 1 i 11 'cloc , Will Le s8ld ti
public nuiti. in) frIont of iiy riore. The
-oodS and halttlels ha lie Into llobt. EHdir
Colsisl ing in part of -1 ( uill alif1 8 Silver
Watelis., 3 Clocks. 12 C Ihitr. I Wardrobe,
old Wach Chains,, tlraceleu s, druds,
'laps, Collar liu ton.. Wa.-1l11h Keya, Onlard
llooks, Finger lings, Iteachii-.aIr linga,
Ladies' Ne1)khais. P'en Poins, Silver
lIated Spoons, Knives and( lForks, I sert of
J ewvelkrs T'ools; nhlti viti-inus other articles
of Jewelry. Termas L'lil.
J. 11. CA T HCA It'1',
801-0 17-t9.2 A dthr.
Notice to PropertL I~oldas,.
Fainra .1,' 20thi September, 1870.
SECTION~ 50 of the Acts of the General
SAssemnbly cf the State of South Cairo.
Ii na '-proviing for t he Assesumient anad
T1axauion of Property."' re'quires all per
sonsd, whether they haave~ received notaice
or not, to make a full ret urn of their Inaxa.
bie property. If notices have been ftkrved
oin t hem, the ret urna' must beu muaee to the
Assessor on or before 11w iit londay in
October following. If they hayp Pecoived
no notice. then, or before the second Mlon
da-y an October.
Persgons intereted vill avail thaemselvos
of this notice, or subjctL thuemselves tt a
puenalty of 60 per cent.
,J. S. STEW41tT
sept 20--Al ti Cony Aud it.
COt(1in lo ~i S Muga Cured Hramsq
Bulh nnd Diry grkt lacon andi Shoulders,
Crushed, A, ek C, C rid Brown Sugar,
No. I Goveirunent Java. Laguayra nnd Jiio
Coffee, [butd lb half ahd quarter barrple,
by retlill, and 3, 6, i and 10 pounal eadiey
No. I ~aanily lilour, in saokks. "Ne w Crop,'
Carolitla Ricee, choice Ouna Powder and Hy
ron a' d l}lack Tea, plrown a Cypress anti
Painted '#nkk. Tilbe, Urass lbund and
PaInted Bodokets, by
Notice to Tax Payo N.
r P3HE timo ide 1 e Collection of Town
LTaxes Is Elxterndeda to the 1st October
nlexi. Executionas with pos tively be issued
againast all default era at that thrme.
By order Council.
1. N. Wttthi,
sept 10-tt' See. & Trorte.
S OLE, harness, Upper, Hip, Call, dont
an dWh ang Leather ,for sale. Terms
Carlh. , -.
TilOMPSON, WtGOVWAriii& LAW.
J US'IE delved direct frdm the best factoa
rios of (Nw York and Boston. ConsIst.
lng of fine Blosewood ar.4 Chebnut suIts,
co'nplete Mahogany and Walnut Dlureausa,
Sofas, Divan'u , ParIr Chialrs. Stands, &o.,
Bied-fiteads and Ohalre' of fifteen dIfferent
grades eseh, Wasrdrobek. Baldon Tab'1es ihd
efeitything sletzall~ kept ih: the Ftrniture
Llae. WhIch we pr .ad to sell .as oheap-as
8an be boght ar3y ere in the State. Clli
and see. JOHNT MoINTYRB & C00.
a e- i
fTiliE SubI,criber as i p a;Io ri
additiotn t</ih spilng *to consistlni
inl Ladies I)rens Goods sand M illinnry of hi
In'est style, Ladies' andi MiVs' Gaiters
also Shoes of every description, (etils
Furiisiihing Goods, &u. 1i4 wislICS to cat
special attention to his renily-imade Cloth
ig. ais they cnni not li sutirpa'sit for qtali
t.y und chcapness in thc 6:iie. Tie abov
Goods he is sellitng for le-s hni tbe satma
4ootis could be boa, h for at tle first of th
aensorn. All le nasks is a cal fromn thom
riat ltnve the Greenbn .kg. those that knv
not got I nliI d I n kA ot alel ,''s }is ierms ir
dtaI ictly C.\.il.
Il. nlo kerpis -A 111l sotpply of Flonr Ali
troceriv.- . i .i -1
A neow 11111 it. si it nve.:it i'in for uile b
Price twenlttyl lite mn. ay I
1'11 110 8 "F '~. in
WinnbroiAl 1n Ftitiehl 1'i-rict, that
11n1ve. n it n:* o I II n of W s ...-Jewielty
locks. Specttle's &1., Ilwalys ott hanl'
nin I will !1 at the ilvei prices, ani wo11
I..lwe fully t-k lie c.miintnneo of Ilb
b:ufnInge of tnY-41h frieetifa n1116 etstotItoineri
All goods wtrrntied is repret. rietl i nl
prepiarel tio di 1all k inti of Watch nid Jesw
Iry work .111- heave Iw:.ai 8 A good I toek o
h iehi ni hiant I. an1i \\ il. ptthraitee 4tlit
fActile'tI. All work wrt irA -l d,
41iA Il HS MULLERi,
Secoel door. froin Col. Ition's Ollice.
Notiem, to Propeli.y iwerma
A l.I, Persois owniing Property in Ilib t.or
ll- it'Arte I nItitsi ofl t hie Town ItOf WVin1sbior<
%%ill Ie 1'e,1pteteIell to hIIve it' .ile waikk it
front of Iteir progietly 11u1t in) j ood Contdi
ion ly Ithe st Ilay 40f, Octeher nx II It
eie of negbsict to ia this dmisin, t' Tow,
l'oauncil nill have It doile at tle Exprlt.' 1i
Ie ownetr . f lo properly.
By order of Council.
1. N. W ITHlRE',
s1ept 10-f sec. & Trens.
VINE() \%R illT l a.uuiiliahl, Cln
yennite Pepperaht's Aperien t(podel
Liio', WorItn tdontt'e'ct iott, Strong's Pill,
\leine' s Pil<4, toialealis, Thtioinpon's I-tEy
Water, Nux 'omien.
lJoriford's linig Powler, iloyal lInk ing
Powdef, Alcohol. tttiash, Extract VNanilla.
Corn Siarchs, Tuitet N.'oders, 1llair Dye,
Jitsl receivoed b1yV
IK ETfill'tN, McM ASTt1I & itlic U
UG11t, till graides, Flor, all grales, Cof.
ees, pq oa p IC tij itatlus, Srtitl a e,
.nrd, Itico. eCiI.
' Call and eitiine onr stock before pur
hn- ig elsewhiere:~
sept 18 KE'l CIIIN & iltrltTtSON.
A Large Stock of
PALL AND W!1lfli
JST 1RECETYNI BY
De F'. DA'VID8ON & 001
A S~uNNii STOCIK
FALL AND WINTER
'We always keep oneI of the largest
Stockse of jrf Goods, Ikats, Shoes and
Clothing, in the la1e, ased don't
pgeah tb ) tfidethold by a@j e,~
.LADD B408. & O0,
BACoQ & CO.
T E nro receivhiu, and 'oil'er to the Cii.
V zens of Fairtield, upon teris n1, lib.
ri as citn be puIrchatisci in the State. a 1: ge
and well selected Stock-consisting in part
as follows :
11,0.0 yds. hIeavy Bagging.
12,000 "1 Dunlee I.
.0 Tons liigili Arrow Ties.
60 llbis. Sugnr, of every gr-ule.
20 plags ii, iagiiii,. Java n.1 :11-1
41) Blils. Ilaltlinore yrup.
1600 Lat. 1,1i-d.
-10 Kits New Muok-Lerel.
2;) Boxes Ni-% w , h.
100 lla gs 11i1d litbl.-. I1lour.
I5 if-ks Salt.
iiie, Illms, l'ork. So Il. Spic-es.
Finite, Extracts, Segaris anid Tobc.iku.
0 picces llenvy ir.., e -y-.en ,
10 lldes Brown Gooid of eveyv quijal il
'lantatin ll ats, 5ert. 1,, 8:.0
Vfaes i hoes and Plots.
flovs. Axt's, Nail-, T1e ' 1'hitus 101ti
1'oni.dtei Wnter, ILc omon Citre.1 Ic Sen
NIS'i Parinle, &.
- Piwder,., &c., ,%e,, ke.
fl ME Copitrtnership of Thompsont & Wood.
I Ward is Ilhit flay dispolved bly 11uuluill
'oiisent, l'ersons indebted to us must
inako prompt paymient wilthout delay, i.
cordhig to their Iproines intde.
Aligtiti 26, 1870.
0 It T1(3MPHON.
T. W. WOODW.\RD.
iN 1u tiiersigned hiao hiik d: y enterel
i1t: i aC jtiei1sip1i ful er Ie namie a1,
style of 'I'h ioiii1-sai1. Woo4la xid & I41.
August 25, 1870.
(1. It. T11if N1PSON,
T. W W
Livery and !Sale
A. F. GOODING,
HAVEjst rt ceiived ne 1c(f file iiiesit
lobt ef 1101t.14E. nnid MILES evr.
htinglit 16I bis i inti-lt . My friiuds nil
ihe pulio in generhi fie inified to inspe
thern. I nmi t Itidled t hut tht. Sttick a l
prwes will sui all those wihiig to pur
Carriages, Iluggies, Wiigons. andl Sndle
llorses always on Liaiid, ti4 hire on (tie inim.t
liberal lerms. 1:p I
Fttiliters! Fertilizers I
I AVING mscureil the Agency for Fair
I. fitld County fur' 1 h1 e fu lln ing Fort ili.
Sobibl0 P-10ific dnno,
liangh's flaw hlone Super -'lh9sphIte,
Itlode'i' Super P'hiophale,
Compound Acid Phosphale of Limo, for
composting Withl coth1n ei;
And Zell's Ammonuiiated Bone Super.
I anm now prepaired to supply moy friend.
with anly of thle abo'vo as low as thme stume
enn ho pinrchmasod in nny othI i er ar
ket dIih Freightixtind Dn'ymige added. Call
at, my et~ot e anid get circutlars descriithe of
their res ctive m itsmu
feb 1 i~o NO. Ii. daItCA RT.
THEr ivAR~ IN Et)RtOPE
Ii gtil Going On.
IEEMOVTAL TO THl
(Adjoining McCilly's Grmocerey.)
WO"""'"mi'"' my'oil fn'e'"'s t-is
m lers qtui the publio gehentilly, that
haveo removed moy entire sttock .iI lDry
Goodse, Clot hing. &o. , to Iihy Ieargi and co11
modiouis Store, next door to Mc~ui y's (ro
eery est ab~~i'.shmen, awil a m ino"-, fuly pret.
pArtid to offeit superior lnducemets to thei
, Fetting (thankfl for telibernl pat ronage
bestowed 3-h'le at the 9'9hlStanid," I woil
res'peifuly solIolt p renewal or continua.'
ll'dn of the dahdne'at my NIW 8T'l'OI.
8. WOLFE, Agent.
WINNSJIORW, 8. C.
f pllE Schloln'utlo Y'ear of 1870-'il of this
L well known.8chool for Boys will open
-Monday, Beptember 12. Students are sumb.
joetect to I he whmolesomie restraints of miill
tiry dicipline, aind wear an apjpropriate
T zstats r an SttSdiOt-$18, $.22, $25 an d
$80, accordIng to gr~e payable quiermorly
In advance. For circ~ulin-h cenniihji (uil
hiifl-miat ibl apply to
* 0, A. W(OOWA RD,
* - Principal.
r IEy frm or Goodling, Stuart & Co., is
this day dissolvedl by miutuail consoeit.
W"erecommendi to thetmubhio Mir. (I. A.
White, who hits rented out- Bakery and wIll
bonduc. the same.
. . A. F. OOODINO,
E 8. STUARTI'
,Ja)y 2!6, 1870.
'he undorsigned has chargo uf Ithlooks
an I Accounts, and will olose up i h ui
spa of e $rm A t (.l00INO.
Iie ote PlanIatido oontaining (800)
li't! t Annd eares, four mIles fromt
~oe MonJ~~t. on Catawba.RIver, 084 b~o
dl4d Into two or mnore tracts.'
ermids And partiog1ars iapply to ime
oh f(hsplaob 6r addredp'ali boldw.
Jt.-OsOA LDWE L,
sept 7-1:n irfield) County, S. V.
ALOT .f Uine Eleur, the nus In maar
ket, just recelvedJ at
JiY. MoINTYRE &COt
DECLINE IN PRICES I
,kN extensiv a)eent II aI siyles o
L wiith miny arriclmes entire',
new.Just received Ilia Inow oil exhilitioni.
Every Article a Bargain i
As ieap us any Market i
3RING3 THE GREENBACKS
U00DS SH'OWN WITHI- PLEASURIt
nin in I~. N.WIiil
S T1Oi K of i Isreviokit puirchAo is offernl
, .1 Oho liif oif Original Cost in order
Io lmike roo'n, for hill Goods. Call at onge,
l'tor nlow i.- fihe ltme.
3E -l'~LWg t10c f-:41 5.3
REURE A IA RGA IN.
One inl which you will realizo lie valud)
"if'vur iiioeIy. 8. WorVI;,
.July ii Agent.
BL ACKSMITH SHOP.
MY m041elmer anld
friendslN will In m io lit
I.nup1blil' (hd Stnd,
nieari thll)l'assenigr D)ow
tpal, where I mn prepar-.
e'd f I do nil kileli tal Smith ami Wagon
Woch Itlmnirsi on linggiies ned Carringes
nearly excnt'iie.l. V. If. DUVA.
1 am prepared a. my
shop ifap t ito ail kind of
- -, iith and wood work in
te Very ii(ntceht yle, enll id taxamino for
vurse.lve L. A. BtLICKt
U1 II AR is now ainpplied with 'OO
ited wo are prepared to furnisih our custo
ners wiith mll kind of Light1 'Wie nnd
Is. Wv. OLLEV1it & CO.
lmy) 7 IT1ft* j
AI1,1 tRESSEs I
1EW!Mtresems large MAt minnl, TrWtid
dio11 Ileds, &C., j&u.4 recei led at.
jIly 19 MOINTy111.; & CO.
Larige White Norfolk,
Large Whiio (hofio.
Firesh rihud geniuinit, wholesnle anid retil,
I(ETJCHI IN, McMASTEU .* BRIC14
R~IVATE $N TR3IANSIE NT
IL .B. M1YIasten.
100 ynrids EastiI of Passenger Depot.
(oei lkasuzemJKri Pntoks.)
AITT. WV. DESPOLRES.
jttly 23 r- e e
PRJOPOSALS fur lthe rebuililiag o s
Lley's & lIreown's Jidges byer Little
liver, will be received uip to thme 1st, ofi~ep
oember next. Time fdrwer to bo' bumilt by th6b
louicies orf Richmlandl ahd Filield. The
'Irdgos musctL be kdbsantial structlut'es with
[Iiutd-lliitlinegs, ind: ithout Covers, Con'
Irclors wit b e reqjumired to warmrant thie
liridges for twelvo trponths. EImiantes- fat'
lhe Brcidges ihmst be mado dut sogaerately:
Bhy order Dnrccd E~onty Commlssi~onmera.
L' N. IIlEl18, (Chairman,
PROPOSALS~ for thoe 99mnon of lon
DIdgmeul~ over tlho tmait1o' of-Watere
Creek, oni lihe toad Icading ~iom'Whito Oeak
to besotter, will be r'pioit d np'to' the 265th
olf Aug~ust, inst. ' ftiol ige to be 60 fedt,
long, 6 feet high frban bditocn of sill in bed
of Creqek, 2 Benohmes with ais span of 27 feei
Rock Jutmen't atesok oe( ot Bridge, ainJ
Iland-R p tIng oh .ldp.1j f dcr IBoa~'l
IL N. WITfIERIS, Chairmin,
Ol)hA FOUN TAIN.
r 3EO8DA FOUNTATN of Mr. 2. W
Olovet l as beeui retlted to th6
*Those wlthing 8oda War~ 4es a d
8ool1 are reque,sted to oall at B. W. 01e*$
& Co.'k, at the old Mattd: