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New Advertisene nts.
Summons for Partition of Real Es
tate-MoCants & Duglass.
Soap, Osnaburg-MoMastor &
To ent-G. 11. MuMlster.
Proclamation-R. K. Scott, Gov
See the card of Mossrs. Kinsman &
Howell, Factors and Commission Mer.
chants, Charleston. 8. C.
We direct special attention to the
advertiserment of Win. G. Whilden,
an old fewelor, of Charleston, to be
found in to.day's issue.
It. C. Shiver.
Mr. It. C. Shiver, one of tho most
prominent and reliable of merchants
of the city of Columbia, advertizer
his card in to days issue. Read what
On Tucsday last a gentleman ef
this county and A. S. Wallace- known
as "Buttermilk Wallace," and to the
K. K. Investigatig Coinuittee, as a
"Back-yard wanderer for trifling ne
gro evidence," weoo walking th<
streets of this town, when the county
gentleman Uked Wallace when th
bitter existing feeling between the two
political parties would end. Wafllact
replied, "that it would not end until
more blood was spilt." W hat doi
Wallace mean by such an expression I
He could never convince the peopl<
of Winnsboro and York that any
"blood would 'ue spilt" with his as,
eistance-and his political friends,
the negroes, and four or fivo se ll.
wags of this place will likely endlore
the same, judging from the inglorioum
and hasty retreat, Wallace, Wor th,
ington and O'Conner, tho fearless
Colonel of Scott's 14th Regiment of
well armed mlilitia, in September,
1870, when a street row was brou;lut
on by Henry Johnson, Sip V-lf and
Wash Aiken, at the instig.tion, of
Wallace and his Radical friends.
The police wore then called into re
quisition, asisted by the friends of
peace and justice, the pure whites.
As soon as the Rads saw that danger
was at hand, they, like most of the
whites who colleague with the negroes
and Radical party, left the negrow
to take care of themselves, their ad.
vice to the negroes was no longer of
fored. Wallace and his friends nmand
a hasty retreat for their carpeU-bags,
and then for the depot; to await a
train from either end of the road.
After sitting for some hours on the
depot platform, they were in
formed that no train would pass that
night. That added new terror t<
their mean countenances. Fiortu.
nately they could not hire a private
conveyance, arid consequently had te
repair to their rooms in the hotel
where they remained until breakfast
time next morning. Now Wallarec
talks about spilling blood. Whrer<
did he ever spill any blood ? II<
had better tell why he left York pri
vate ly at the dead hour of night for
Charlotte, some time ago.
A South Carolina R'idical was heard
to make use of~the following language
a few nights since, after loosing his
last dollar at "draw poker,'' "H<
that steals my character, steals trashr
but the follow th at got the contents ol
my pocket-book. relieved me of' the
last cent that I stole."
Coun ty FaIrs.
WVe notice that several Counties ir
this State intend holding Fairs pre.
vious to the State Fair, which is t<
come off' in November. We huav<
heard of no preparations being mnad<
by the Fairfield Association for hold
ing a Fair. What is the matter 1
has Fairfield not as good reason t<
have Fairs as other Counties ? We
think so. She can produrce as goot
stock, farming implements, labor-sav
ing machines, &c., as any other Coun
ty in the State, and therefore shouit
have a Fair. What does5 thre Assoicia
tion think ?
An interesting religious revival i:
in progress in the Methodist chuch
Thej~ D~orn Gold Mine, of Abbeville
has becen prchasedi by Cyrus HI. Slc
Cormick & Co., of New York, fo~
Fours'Fa ee SchioiarshIps.
The plan of giving scholarships ir
the higher institutions of learning t,
pupils distinguishing themselves ii
the lower institutions, is so excollen
and judicious that it commendis itsel
to all. WVe rejoice to state, four aual
scholarships for four suco,'e years
in the excellent Military Institutiot
of Virginia, are at the disposal of th
teachers of Mt. Zion School, Winns
boro. and will be gientoth m.
worthy of the pupus1 comn pe~g'for
1&siter 41 OloCver.
A writer in the Western Farwea
gives the following experience in the
use of plaster on clover :
"1 find the effect of plaster on my
clover to be good. In 1869 we had a
good grass season. That year I did
not use plastor, but in 1870 I tpowed
the same groitud that I had iiown the
pear before, and my hay was increased
ont itird uver the previous year. In
1870 I used the plaster, yet this year
was not so favorable for grass as 1869
was. The increase I credit to the
use of plaster.'
Iie Radical Oficials.
The alarm of sicknesi has shown
the cltraeter of most of the R idical
officials in all their native deformity.
The Mayor "sticks" for the piesent,
but with that exception nearly the
whole covey have winged their flight
Northw ard. Ge Gurney, the Coun
ty Treasurer, is away, and the d1 ut ie.
of this responsible office are discharged
by inexperienced subordiniates.
Sheriff Mackey has not shown his
head for soine wceks, but lie in re
ported to be sick In New York.,
Coroner Taft siilppled off soie time
ago, and nakces n1o sign of returplug.
lit worst of all is the case of Cap
tain Jenks, tle City Inspector. This
ollicial has charge of the streets. It
is his duty to keep the city clean and
wholesome. By negloeting this work
while "grinding axes" for Mayor
Pill bury, lie allowed Charlebtop to
become inadescribably filthy. Upon his
shoulders rests the train responsibility
for that wanton disregard of the
plainest sanitary rules which brought
the fever upon us. Immediately af
ter the election he went to the North,
where ho stays. As for the city, he
leaves her, like a castoff mistress, to
perilh from the disease which lie has
givein her. Thes e Rad ical officials are
line weather birds. They will draw
their pay while the sun shines, but
they flee like the wind at the first
note of danger. What do the colored
voters, who (in fact) elected these men
to ofice, think of their conduct now ?
'or disease is no respecter of persons
The blacks as well as the whites must
suffer from the criminal carelessness
of the Radical office-holders. Shall
not. this be reieibercl at the next
election d ay.-Charleston News.
Stispentled fromi a Burniig Balloon.
At the close of the afternoon perform.
nue! of Grly's circus in Colmbn.,
Ohio, on Thursday, Mr..Chiarles Fish.
er made anl asecnt in a huge hot-air
billoon-or, rather ile balloon went up
with Fisher dangling to a couple of
ropes suspetided below. Innmediately
bhile smoke was seen 1 issue from a
*oitI on ihl ide of Lhe balloon about
one-tLhird the way ny froin tie mouth
of IIe.0 top. E4xe)f-rieInced eves at once
dletected that the balloon was on fire,
but the Wrolmilt, all ulIcolseions of his
danger, went up s fright iid pr
formannce onl the it rapeze When tle
balloon was a boit, fifteen h andred feet
in the air, the flaies were (een sudden
ly to burst from its side, and sin uata.
nteous a cry of horror weit np from the
crowd be.lowv. Many turned away their
eyes, aind one wonm fainited, ai, ex
p~ctinmg tat Pishi would at once meet
a hiorrible death. But, wlihtr it was
thiat the nma erial ol thle balloon was
not very in finmm able, or that thne lit
air near the fiame was n~ot favorable to
combustion, certain it is that, die hal
loon (did not burn rapidly, anud I it ernn
aut landed an safety upon the top of a
.slaughter house, tirar the end of the"
H oekinmg Valley bridge ove'r the Sciota
where the burning ballcoai lit in dhe
river, the wvaters of which extinigmshed
A man wrote to Horace Greeley
for a sit nation, and receivedl the fol
lowing letter in Hoac' hnndwrit
ing -"This is the 200th application
an a week. Go to the devil. I can't
lire every d-d fool.'' The document
was signied H-oraeco Greeley, but no
one could iead it. The mann pres'nt
ed it to thle cashier, who looked it,
over' and( handed the man $20, supN
posing it to be an order for his salary,.
anid he has becen drawing his salary
regularly on that letter for six
We learn that a an by the name
of Quinn was brutally beaten, one
niight last week, ini tho' noighiohohod
of Paeolet. Quinn, we .understand,
was a staunch 'Ddmnocrat;, .'aniM the
cause of the outrage is a -mystery to.
The steamer Warrior, arrived at
lb rtimouthI, England, on July 22d,
after a voyage of twenty.six days and
seven hours fromt the Capo of Good
Hope, wichi is the fastest time on re
H ave the courage t o cut the most
agroeeable alcquaintanicO you have
when you are convinced he lacks prin
cipl.e. "A friend should bear a
frienid's iuiirmnitiesi," hut not his
A daily pwpor recently containted
an adverti.,emzenit for a lost 'large,
black silk umbrella, belonging to a
gentleman with a curiously-carved
Eigh ty millions' worth of proper
ty was destroyedl by fire in William
sport, Pennsylvania, on the.21st in.g
Napoleon gave a fete at Chisel.
hurst on the 17th instant, at which
wore presented several Kings and the
Czar of Russia.
The action of the Dublin police in
defending the Phounix Park meeting
Li sustained by the House of' Com
Thursday and emong, other places of
note in the COity of'Churches" was -
taken to the Union office. After
befna 'photn' hbugby iel a' ous :e
editorial- roomsof the papbe, dunl pon
its being said that he possibly would
not oare t o. into t s' o'o0fup'osrg
rootis, h6 -smd g
"Well, I gessl hav6 set a good
many columns of type myself in
Georgetown, Ohio, years igo."
"\Vhy, Goneral," said Geneial
Porter, -I never hear of tbat,"
General Grant replfet' that it was
true nevertheless. -
flow to Pfterv 8mokEd Ileats.
Take ground black poppe'r, the
finer the better ; wa&.h the inold or soil
of' from the hans or beef, aud whilio
they are damp, rub them thoroughly
with the popper. Two pounds
of the popjgr will keep thirty
pounds of meat free fromu flies or in
sects of all kinds. It ean remnaln,af
ter being tbus troatcd,,ii tbe smoke
house, and not a fly will approaoh it.
It also improves the flavor of the
To Bleach White SIlks or Flannel,
Wash the articles clean,. rinse in
sudsid mtoke vig bristoie while
wet ; the stik must be brushed or
washed with a sponge ; if rubbed it
will never prets smoothly ; expose the
goods to the air, and the odor will
soon pass off.
Another Method of Removing Mildew.
Pour one quart of boiling water on
two ounces of oblbride 6 lime, and
strain through a cloth ; then add
three quartu of cold water. Let the
articles stand in this twelve hours,
then rinso thoroughly. It will not
injure the cloth.
A recent Democratic county conven
tion at Canton, blississippi, adopted
a resolution that one-half the offices
should be given to colored men, and
that the meeting should adjourn until
September 7th to afford the colored
peoplo time to consult .together and
determine upon the names of oandi
dates they would present for nomnina
tions at the renasetbling -of the 9on
At a Now York wedding the groom
forgot the ring. The traditional cur
tain ring was unavailable and matters
were at a stand still. till an ingenious
lady cut off an end of one of the
bride's curls and framed 6ui t this a
ring with which tlq marriage was
Justin McCarthy reports that an
Englishman might pass a mquth in
Boston and never kuow there was a
prohibit6ry law in existance.
Playing at Dotor-"Ma, dear,
Ada won't take her physic. I've
ixed her a due of sand, and she
says I must take some first. Doctors
never do, do they, ma ?"
Samuel Brock, living near Cheraw,
was gored by a mid bull last Wednes
day. The doetors think he will re
"""Why don't you hit one of your
own size," as the tenpenny nail said
to the hammer.
Is a blessing vonobsafed to tow. Even
those w ho have beeni favored by nature wit h
st rong conStitut ions and vigorous frames
are apt to neglect the precaut ions neees'ry
to preset ve )lhese precioug eagdowmnts
Indleg atsrulQe heltt9re-bplthy and r
bie a 'mAn is, the more liberties he is In.
inmed to take withl hi. own physique. It
u somne consolation to the naturally weak
and feeble to knew that, they can be so In
vigorat ed and 'built up, by 9 proper use0 of
thme meians which science has placed at their
dlisp~osal, as to have a munch better chance
of long life, and exemnptioas from disease
and pain, than the mealoathletto of their
fellows who are foolishl1 enough to cuppose
t hemselves invulnerable, and act acdording .
It is not. too much to say Ihat mno'e than
hmalf tihe people of the civilised world need
an occasional tonic, to enable them to sup
port 11ho straint upon their bedies and minds,
whioen thet i(t~a of' this restless age oc
Ciaions. Yn fgot, a pure, wholeome, une
exciting tonic is the grand desideratum of
thle httsy millions, and they have the' arti
ole in iostetter's Stomach Ritlers. It is
a stamni-a medicine, l& e. It. ampets per
mnanent strengthl to the weak systems and
inivigorates delicate constit mti imte. Its re
pultatibn and its sales hm.ve steadily In
creased. Comisetitivo preparations have
been introduced'adl libvum, and, as "far as
ie public is concerned, ezd nauseum; in the
hope of rivalling it ; but they hate all eith
er perishled In the attejil, or been le.: far In
thb ream. it has been the greal' medical'
success of the present century, and It In
qutitce detain, that no proprietairy . niedicine
in) thlis coutry is as widely known, or as
Feni lighuiettin'g reseef, p4ning ices
santly (Sun'lays ex'cpted,) 1he Whole year
through, barely su pply t demand for the
l lustrated Almanac, -in w hillt.t naure
and usies of the preparation are set forthy~
the circulation now being over eight- mil.
hions a year. . sept 2
ll rOwrTAwr TO BiUItRn Axt).CosTnac
Tous. -- We learn from our Charleston ex
lmamnges that Mr P. P. Toale, the well.
ktnown :manufacturer of Doors, 8ashes,
Illinds..&e , has <stablished a'depot ae Nc.
20 Ilayne street, where he keeps constantly
on hand not only all articles from 1hi1 own
manufactory, but also every variety of
builders' hardwvare, French and -Amerian
winadow glass, both plain and ornamental,
slate mantals, enji,,jan phiott,. ev~erything
necessarym t6lslsh, b'adddatnely,''a resl
dlenee a Itoreoty a obu/ /h . J r 89,t i
"Tusa UNtvansaL Avs."-- )n'm in u
nays over the continens --thrsough $
India, Cin a, .Japan, Peru, OhIali'arags,
BrasIl and MexIco, and the United BSates-s
in them all to soe extent. and In some to a
great extent, I have found the universal
A yer. representedb br his family medIeIne.,
which are ofteni held In fabulous testises....
Whel her they win their marvelons reputa.
lion by thleir eturel 1 kiaotrinbt, but I know
they have it to pucoh a degree -that ii -froi
qtuently gave me a distinguishmed. impori
lance to beqve cojne fropa the same Genshrg,
f Fieldl'a lettosre m akrad,. sep 9
VITai..2MIR Ik. 08 '10n1111 , .
10LGAT8.80APrBabbit, 8nap, Cooking
6Sode. Also Heavy-Oenaburge for Cot.
o Baigs. &0. J~ubt reo -ived by,.-.
sept6 MoMA RTE & BRICn.
G., :, Whilden, -Agt,
watch6 . Jewelry, Silyer and
Plated Ware, Clocks,
Pine Cut ayd Engraved Glars, Table Cutle
ry,. China and Whito oranito
Goods. Vases, Toilet, gets,
Orlers from jhe Country carefully Iilled
ad sadsfacuion guaeranmteed.
45 King St., Cor. Beaufo u1, Key Box 521,
lIIAIMALSON, S. C..
Kinisman &? Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal.Advances made on
Gotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
r11E undersigned hereby gives notice
L that he will prosecuto for Trespass, ill
(ersos for hunting, laying and leaving
own fences, and cutting limber on his
ands, situate in Fairfield County, S. C.
Aug 29-tlx2* R. 0. CA M ERON.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF - FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF PROBATE
rohn.eador, Ex'or of Last Will and Testa.
tnent of Doraos Mobloy, deceased. vs.
Sarah L. Boulware and her husband Os,
mood Boulware, Duloina Kerr and her
husband William Kerr, J. W. 11111 and
wife ilarriett Hill, Bethany Woodward
and her husband Joel Woodward, Isa
bella Dickerson and he% hushund Miarion
Dickerson, Druoilla Mobley, Elizabeth
Mobley, Lucy Weir, Jackson Mobiey,
McLurkin Mobley, Nathan Mobley,
James Mobley, Naney Mitcheil' Mary
Hill, .. A. 11111, Susan Clayton, Victor
R. Mobley, Robert F. Mobley, Isaiah
Mobley, Ryan C. Mobley, Martha Mc
Cromn. Mary F. Robertson, H. P. Mohley
and her husband It. E Mobley, Cynthia
McGraw. and her husband D. R. Me
Graw, Bell Free, Larkin Free, James
Free, Caroline Vermillion and her hus
band William Vermillion, Jane Watson
and her husband Robert WtIson, Gordan
Free, William Free, - Foster and -
Foster, (Christian unmes unknown,)
heirs of Mary Mobley, deceased-Defen
ututnious for Partitilon of Real
To the nboveenamed Defendants in this
iction . You are hereby summoned and re
lulred to answer the Petition In this case,
which is filed in the office of the .Jidge or
?robate for the County and State afoi-esaid,
mnd serve a copy of your answer on the
ubscribers at their office, No. 0, Law
lange, in the Town of Winnsboro, in said
;late, within twenty days nfier the service
If le summons on you, exctisive of tio
a of service, and if you fail to answer
lie Petition within the time aforesaid, fle
atitioners will apply to-the Court, of Pro.
ato of the County aforesaid for the relief
Witness, William M. Nelson, Esquire,
udge of Probate In and for said County
his the 28th day of August A. 1) 1"?1.
MoCANTS & D.)U0 LAss.
Attorneys for Petitioners.
W. M. NELSON, [Ii. 8.]
Judge of Probate.
To the Defendants-Robert F. Moblev,
saiah Mobley, Ryan C. Mlohley, Mar-tia'
blcCrom., Mary F. IRobinson, E. P. Mobloy
nud her husband, R. E. Alobley, Cynit hia
bleG raw and her husband U. Rt. McGe' w,
~e:l Pree, larkin Free. James Frec, Care
ine Vermnillion and her husitband William
!errpillion, Jane Watson uand her husband
lobert W~atson, Gordan Free, William Free,
iotor R. Mohley, - Foster and -
roster (ehiristian names unknown) heir of
fIary Mol-ley, deceased.
Take notice that the Petition in
his case ,were filed . in the oclice of
lhe Judgie of I'robat,.for the County of
?airfield and State of South CarolIna, on
he 28th day of August. A. 1). 18'71.
sept 6 x6t6 Attornteys for Petitior,ers.
The State of Southl Carolinia,
COUNTY OF F'AIIFIEL~D,
COURT OF COMMO1N PICVAs,
Fames Md. McCollum,. Administrator of Es.
late of Wihlliarn Crosby,-deeasedi, Plain-,
tiff. against, James WV. Crosby, Francis
Vongue and her husband James WV. You.
gnte. Paulina ?rica and her husbaund
t. uthberg. Price, Aimada McCollum M1ary
Colvin and her husband Ainisley Colvini,
Charity C. Teils and her husband Jlohn
A. Teits, Joseph Ii. Crosby, William LI
Crosby, John ii. Crosby, -Mattie, E.
.Croshy, John Mohley, Butter stes, 8a
rah E Rluff and her husband Daniel (I.
ftuf, Lncy Smillh and her husband Wil
11am Sanith. David Crosby, Jr., and Alicia
- Summnis for Relief,
To the Defentdahts i Yon are hereby utm..
'noned and reqttired to nwer the or m.
plaint in this action, which is filed in tihe
affice of the Clerk of the Court of Com.
rion Pleas, for the said County, and to
sev oyo ora wer' to said conm
pillf t.'ths uumie bts at their .otflo.
Saw Ra ngedI inbsboro, In said State,
jbi *$n'ty d~fs~ftet lihe ieryioe here
* 4iclutsivo of the day lif efaib srvice:
rad if you fail to answer. ..the compilatt
wiithie the time eforesaid, fhe plaintiff in
this actton 1will ajphj t'o.theo Cottrt for the
relief dermande-tIn the baemplaint.
D ted Juliy, 171,
C' . McCANTS& DOUG LAS8,
T~ (l a eonderts, 'ames W. Ciepfuy,
M4~ A lvI1nc1 he husbapd -AInsid)
D~oV 'j Tako nojq iil Uthe Cors'plaint-I
Doutt of Qempitph.Pess, .foy Ciltd i qun
and State aforesaid on the 20th day ol
July A. D., 18'(1,
McCANT & DOUG LAS8,
* ~I4~22~.x6 Attorneys Plaintiff's.
sie 22 -,--6. Winsbro 8. -
cIJUn of n 'Fi'ner~a..,. w11eca i...
* ASpecildq witf Lusoi the Saruson.
N~1ew o'ft. (10 lle fever belng in
Charloston, preventing a large number of
buyors from visitiug.t hat oity for their fall
stock, we have this day telegraphed our
partner ie Now Yorkh:o buy very largely
of such Goods as are usually jobbed in
Charleston-t-as Dry (oods. Boots andShoes
0lats and Cap, Millinery and Strawoood-i.
Our thirl 1 .or will he devotedI to whole
aaluing entirely, and in larger quanuities
th an evor seen in this place before, and on
lime to approved unmes. Merclipnt.s will.
pleise aemember that none of theso lines
are new to us. We Iave. wih short inter
mission, dealt largely in all thuso Goods
The lady re-aiders will remember that nt
this hott-e a lirees can be bought from the
finest, tirei class Drest Gooda stock in the
Bouth, cut anti alid maitide to fit, and guaran.
leo it, or cut and iinade by measure sent by
mail. The newest, style Freinch Bonnet or
Ilut can be had here. The best and pret
t'est Fho2 here. In fact, we claim for ot.r
house t hat it is "the best place" of the
South to get the best at the least prico
sept 2-11x 11. C. SIlIV EIR & Co.
r flE large and convenient Dweliing re.
cently ocupiodby ir 1. It. Stuart.
sept, 2-x2!2 U. H. MbcMASTEit.
Pictorials Magazines, &c.
RRANK LESLIFS'S ILLUSTRATED PA
per, Iharper's Wee'1ly, Chimney Corner,
Day's Doings, Every Saturday, Waverly
Magnaine, Now York Herald, Joul'nal of
Commerce, Appleton's Journal, Putnami'.
Magazine, Plbrenological Journal, Ilunt's
Merehnts Magazine, Novelv, Biographies
&c., may be found at the Drug and Book
store of McM ASTER & BRICE.
The Undersigned Begs to I loni
the Plnlitel's of Fairfield,
That he Is Agen for'enlo of the feollwing
Forli.izers, which lie now hnas in .tmore, an.l
is ready to fornish themt at the mjtafc
turer's prices,with the freight adti draynge
added. Call and get circulairs.
rihoductio1 Tnrelned fi'-on 1. to
300 per cent. by their use.
100 Tons Carolina.
26 " Soluble Pacific.
8 " Iauglhs Raw 11onie.
10 " Zell's sper'llosphate.
6 " Magntni lonumn.
8 " Atlantic Phosphate.
6 " M arylanl A moniat ed.
6 ' Caton Foo:l.
1 Soth1 Stit.
Compound .%cid Phosphnto for mixing
wilth Coltont Seed.
Cotton tatken in exohango for, some
of Itrm, deliveired niext falI.
JON 11. CA 'HICARr.
Furniture and Building.
I ICESP'ECTI.UILLY iniformn lie citizen. or
innsbo aro and surtrounintg coutry that
I ami precparedi to make and irepair Fuarni
tre, some ready mde Ot hamii.
I ai preiared to iniI anid Repr ir I ous
es. All work doine an a workmanlike nman.
iner nnd done, according to price. If you
want good work you nat pay a good price.
lI; you wnt a Botcherd ,Job pay half' prie.
Choice L~auber' andt Shtingles always on
htand anad for sale.
aug 12-l m Rt. W'. PitlLLPR
~'''. Poor Mana's Fanmily Bii ters
- Fluaid Extract Cianntabis Indi
Cus. Pure Oil Lemtont, Lemon
pnd ltasphertry Syruips, Lac
tao Acil. Best Coal Oil, Pure
~ ~N~ Slaerry andl P~ot Wine, for'
M Iedicinal Punrposes, Mot'.
pihine anid Quittine, at l,ow
Pre.Liebig's Eat, Beef.
- Pal met to Stitrchi, llantce
Esseniee Gingetr, Comapountd Syruap of Phlos
plhates or Chemnical Food, Chlorate of
Potash Lozenges for ('roup. &a).
jnly 26 Drug Store.
To Parenits anid uardlianhs.
A YOUJN( man from tn erland, aged 20,
11wishes ai situation na Teachier ini a pri
vate or public Commonom School (while pre
ferred) in Fairflhl or :adjaenat Cotieis. -
ile is a Oradutate -of I heo I risha Traliing
Model School, ata and hbeena engdged as
professional Techelr for l he last five'years.
Hias a licnse certificnte, 1st class, grade A,
and first cnas reoommnendlaaions from
school truastees anad gentlenieni of the high
eat positloni, na to his c.har'acter, eflicletacy,
Poir furthier partliuars, &o., enquIre at
Ihis oflice auag 29J---2xl
00unty Commissioner's Julice.
F.auriar.~ Cotux-rv. August 22, 187l,
- .,f II. b~le b L ouat to lie l owest huitdr atn
V nt aurday. thle 23dl of Stene e
next, tiho lsqilding 01 .a Iritdge over little
Riv'or, n iar John A. IBrioc's chIt Mdill,
'tow jship No g, aiid Biradge . to lbe about
70) feet in lenagthi wit hi at lcest r tree spilans
and butilt of goaod hmbter, annd in a wotrk
msanlike moannter. S'aidl Bride wvill be let.
0111 at the alte wifere it is to bie butilt.
Md. G. hUN LAP,
Chiairmani Board Cotnty Counesioneva.
County 'omlnlixnioler%? Offlce.
7(1i1lff annual mue' iny, of h.e hboard of
I County Commni-neair's for Fniriel
Cont t ill t ake, plai.a 4n Ilhe. first Tuegs
tday in )e[.tenmber', 1871.
.All persona having bIlls againset the
Ponnty,lwill deposit.the anhot .with- the
Clerk on or before the first day oif iep'em.
her, and in default thereof suachi bill will
not, lbe autdited at'said ul m eeatinig.
Tarl TIarl Tarl
'TUST recelvedh at
fe.jinea99 MowrtN' V cE.
Selling their Entire Stock
WOODWARD & LAW.
NOT Intending to carry over until next
season, any of our present, stock of Spring
And SuInmOr Goods, we now offer lie fol.
At Cost For Cash, Viz:
Forty Piece Leno, Mozambique and ia
Panese, several While and Colored Piquet,
one Piece Buff Dress Linen, an assortment
-of Ladies and Misses Lyle Gloves, one
dozen pair Ladies Kit Gloves, a flne assort
muent f Gensi Felt Ilats.
Our stock of Shoes has recently been im
proved and we can now offer something
cheaper in Ladies and Misse flne work
than ever before known in the market.
A supply of one and two Quart Fruit
Jars of the best kind on hand.
We have the best Sug r Cured llama,
1est Breakfast Moon, G, P w.h-r ned
English Breakfast Ten, Lard in Tau Buck
Ilememiber we continue our CASII BY'-.
TEJI and will always offor our customers
(Ibe lowest prices that a strict adherence to
it will afford.
A ,Cair load of White Western
Corn, Louisville Flour, all graden,
Pearl White Griat and Ilominy, Seed
D. R. Flenniken.
READ T HIS.
S. S. WOLFE
', .-;EDITAT ING a change In the busitiess
I Ti by the fi.'st of September, offers their
large and varied rok, at such low prices,
ais will natonlrh thea roost skeptIcal, otbly
comc rpreparedl with1 the CAS II, and you
will be able to gel, goods regardless of the
cE.St. iThe stock I la rg , and composed of
every Ihing usually kept by this ostablish
Diry Goods, Foreigu and Tomostli,
Clothing for Mcen's Went',
Ilata, all styles,
hoots and Shoe. ,
Piece OGoods of Woolen.
tdnenm and Cotton.
Give me a call herore spending your cash
and to cenvinced Ihuil. ati WOIYE'S you
can get die best goods for thec lowetst P'riee.
j ~Yellow Ochre.
A t,0T at MelNr'YitE & Co'S.
SPRING & SUMMER
TH subscribore ars netoig a* vauen.
ally large stock of
Ladios Dross Goods,
Gloves and Hosiery,
House Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Shoes, &o.,
To which they invite a comparlson
with Columbia prices.
Books, &c., &o.
MXcASTER & BRICE,
A LOT OF WINDOW SHADES,
FURNITURE, &c., &o.
Just received and for sale low for
Cash at M oINTYRE & 00'S.
Theli undersigned in order to
make room for the Fall Stock,
is selling off'his Summer Goods
Ladies Dress Goods,
Cjothing, and almost every.
thing kept ini a first-class Dry
Goods and Millinery House.
HeI alwvays keeps a full stock
of Flour', Bacon, Lard and Gro
ceries, on hand at the lowest
cash price. All ho asks is a
call and examine his Stock, if
you have the Greenbacks.
august 26 F. ELDER.
Lirery and Bale
at STABLE. sS
A. F. GO0O0D INGQ,
I WIL reee on or about the erst of
septembeor neit, a lot of' eSstra fine Ken
tucky hiorses a d Mfules. Parties desiring
fine stock will do well to call on me earily
ila connection with my ILivery Stable. I
have openedl a earriage, liuggy and Wag.
on Factory. All work neatly execated and
warranted.* Give me a call.
Champagne ! OhampagneJ I
ALOT' of Campagne and a lor fine wih
ich 18n' Fl E.S'FPOR TI'Is.
UFulton Market 'Ba'ef, by
. jnea29 P . R. W#LENNI