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tine#p College-W. H. Sadler
AI(tation--W. M. Nelson.
xt'tiotli I-B. D. Schur, Charles
Stouawall-Gladnoy & Murphy.
Winnboro Cotton Market.
.For the past week 49 bales ol
Cotton have been sold in this market
at Orioes -ranging from 19 to 201
The Colunibla City Election.
Mr. . W. Wing has been'noinulat.
ed by the Conservatives of Columbia
for Mayor, againt John Alexanders
the Radical nominee. The eleotion
comes off next Tuesday.
We had a continuation yesterday
of the late disagreeable weather In the
shape of a steady rain all day. Vori.
ly we have htd a hard time of it the
past. winter, and the Spring does not
pr9usise to be any improvement.
We ha vo received an Extra of the
above journal, which was recently
burnt out. The proprietor has pur.
chate4. a new out-fit, and will soon re.
Buthe "Publication. We wish hiui
We are gratified4 to state that a
Lodge of Good Templars has been
organized in our Town, and that is
already in a flouishing condition, hav.
ing quite a goodly number of mom
bets. Let the noble cause be pushed
The case of the State vs. W. D.
Aiken was concluded Saturday after
noon, the jury finding a verdict of not
The Court wa.s adjourned yesterday
morning, and Judge Rutland now goes
A rising barometer, with clear
weather, and northwesterly winds
prevailed yesterday, and generall)
the area of low pressure was removed.
A hazy atmosphere indicates that a
fall took nlace in the Temperature
south. Over the Ohio Valley, and
Great L.ke^s, to the South Atlantic
States,. brisk wiuds prevailed, with
falling barometer, increasing in forot
till this morning when they came
from the north.
Dangerous bail storms were not an
tioijpated last night over the South
Atlantic Siates, and none t.o-,k place.
We wish there was some way to
keep the clerk of the weather from
getting on a spree so often. For tl-e
past two or three days some queer
pranks have been played, and a cold
blast let in on us. Tb. Grand Jur)
ought to look into this matter, and
miake a proper presentmenr.
Vote of Thaanks.
At a reoent meeting of the Winins.
boro Lodge of Good Templars, No. 8,
a unanimous vote of thanks was ten..
dered the ladies of the town, who so
cheerfully made up a lot of regalia for
its use. Lovely woman I may we not
expeot the influence of your beads,
and of your hearts, to aid us ia driv
ing the demon of intemperance from
We atre now in the midst of the
shad season. IEvery ti ain brings to
town splendid rpecimens of this do
licious "flnny'' luxury. We under
stand they come mostly from the Sa
vannah river, although the trade is
good at Newbern and Wilmington,
.We know of nothing nioer for
breakfast than a piece of fried shad,
corn bread and a cup of good coffce.
These three things make a capital
breakfast, by themselves.
L.. Sunday last was Palm Sunday.
Deaths in Charleston durinig the
week ending March 36th, 25, of which
10 were white.
The an crossed the line on Wed
nesday, 20th instant.
All-FUoola.DI)y isi approaching. Per.
haps there will be some fnn.
Mr. John Alexander, present Radi
cal Mayor of Columbia, has been re
The first green pe' of the season
have arrived in Charleston: from
Mr.G. W,. Molten, It Is stated, hat
bought a controlling interest in the
King's .Mom,in Railroad.
The State Convention of the Demo
cratie Conservative party of North
Carolina *1ll mEet at Greensboro, on
Wednesday the first day. of May next.
The Routh Cnalina Prosbytry,it ol
the General Assembly Presbyterian
Church South, will- convene at Abbe
ville on the 10th of April proximo.
Rtev. Wm. Jacobs will preach the
Thirty-ono K. K. prisoners, says
the PhOnix, passed through Colum
bia on Thursday evening, en route
for Charleston. The firbt Monday in
April is the day appointed for the
commencement of the trials.
A few days since there died in
Charleston a negro woman named
Dinah Walker, who attained-it is
said by those who are familiar with
her history-the unusual age of one
hundred and twenty years.
A distinguished and sagacious iner
chant in Now York says: "I watch
the papers of the locality of my custo
mers, and when I flnd one who is too
stingy to advertise, or if he has with
drawn his advertisement, I inmedi.
ately close my account with him.
The man who can't appreciate the
benefits of advertisings will never
make a successful merchant, and is
unsafe to trutt."
The Working Christian, published
in Columbia, has recently been urging
the duty of establishing a Home for
Orphans of our State, and has suc
ceeded in arousing quite an interest
in the matter. Rev. Mr. Gaines. the
originator of the enterprise, has de.
teuwined to open the Home on the
first of April. Several children are
in waiting, and many responses in the
way of help have been received.
The Home will open in the Hurley
ville cottages, but soon as practical a
permanent home will be secured.
Rev. E. D. Buckner has been ap
pointed general agent, and will soli.
uit and gather up children throughout
the State. We are requested to
state that clothing, furniture, provis
ions, crockery, as well as money, will
be thankfully received. Call at the
office of the Working Christian, or
addreisa Orphans' Home, Culuintia,
S. 0., cure 1-f WVotking (IhIiStia,D.
In the approaching municipal ece
cion, it is very essenial that we se
oure the services of our best citizens,
men of high integrity, bold determi
ination, and representatives of the
tax-paying portion of the communi
The following ticket is suggested,
subject to iatification by a meeting
of the citiz.ns:
A. F Gooding, G. II. McMaster.
J. W. Law, Jis Benty.
Ilow to lieep Cider.
Mr E Wifliams in the Joiunal of the
Fnam gives the following on cider keep
I am aiware that there are as nmany
recenpes for keeping eide.r as for curing
colds or rhe-um:'rism Some of themn
dounbtless are g.ood, hit most of thenm
are worthless. IHere is one which I
hanve found to answe-r the purpose nal
nmbly, aind as your readlers will oh
serve, is a ve-ry simple one.
I allow thne cider, after it comies from
the press, to stand until uhe pumniCe
stttles. When this p'nint is reached, I
put it in a clear vessel, and let, It comi
to a boil. skimming oll' tihe scum care
fully. It as the!' pint. into kegs or dm
johns, and ightly corked or saled. By
this process I have exce.llo.nt swee:
cider, not merely for the enmire winter,
but for years. This met l.od wounld not
of course ho available where large
qnantities are~ made, but for an ordinary
family it answers admirably.
Horses' Sore Shoulders.
A correspor:dent of the Cianada Far.
mer wvrites relative to sore or galled
shounlde.rs of t,orses: "WVash them well
every night, and( morniung w'ith a strohng
solution of oak Lark, made by boiling
the bark ii water, thetn rub themn wvell
with linse"d 0:1. Anuoint them'! every
night and mnorninug withI a salve nnade iii
three parts of linseewd oil iand one part
quick lime. To make a h,orse's shoul.
ders rough, wvashn the sho)ulde-rs wvel
twice a day, for a week before woa king,
wi:,h thne oak bark solution."
Peel enough goo'l sized potatoes for
a meal for the family, grate on a
coarse greater, and stir in from three
to five eggs ; then add a little flour
mnore eggs will not hurt themn. Stir
well, and fry in hot lard, and, if
tried once, my word for it they will
be tried again and often.
The Marion Star says: WVe learn
from.a private letter from Dr. E. Mil.
I er ..the nt.tending physician, that Bout.
yatIgowcwe was stabbed last Friday
night, in a ?ree fight at Hy maneville,
otgthe W'Jet of the Great Pee Dee.
Mr. Flowers Is said to be in an ex..
tremely critical condition.
"Poor thmug," observed a tendler
hearted Bridgeport lady, in speaking of
the. deat.h of a young friend,, "she had
julst go. forty dollar set of fare, and
beauties they ,were ; but she don't
need such thIngs now." What do
yan auppnaesha meank by that ?
Mrs. Birbage, ef:.3b, PN p1111
a frozon mince pie 6n 'thde,
thaw theroter,'day, wbob the'a)Iy
thiug e:ploded, scalding her littlI boy
onstrously. 'Everything now,a-days
seems to explode,' except the reports
of Radical corruption.
A man in love is a man- who wishet
to be more amiable and agreeable
than he can be, and this is the reason
why almost all men in love are ridio.
VRN.TIAN JLISPS -No ^Invention wha
ever so important. to Mhe peoplo of hot. oil.
mates as the Venetian blind. Admitting
the air and a shaded light, while keeping
ont the heat and glare, they are absolutely
ot sential to comfort in this country If the
konses of any of our readers are destitute
of these valuable contrivances, they should
at once, before the hot weather sets in,
send their orders to Mr. P. P. TOALr, No.
20 liayne street, Chirleston, 8. C.a taanu.
fact tire, and deier in doors, sashes, blinds,
balusters, nmouldingo, &o., &c.
TnASPon3maO TO. COlMPLIXtON -The
traiisformatious produced by llagan's Mag
nolia Balm, are quite as astoniahinigas any.
scene on a st:ag of a theatre. rie famons
beautifier, transmutes a sallow, peeky look
ing complexion, into one In which flhe lilly
and tie rose vie for admiration, and im.
parts to a dry, harsh skii, the softness of
perfect loveliness. Tan and freckles,
which country isir and sunligh,.are pretty
sure to produce, in opite of parasols and
smndowns. arc completely obliterated by it;
while it has a perfectily magical effect in
banishing undue redness. blotches and
pimples from the skin. When tii ladeW who
has usecd '1 to remedy her complexional do
facts looks in tie mirror. she is equally as
tounded ami grtified at the improvenments
in her appseniance. Every blemish has dis.
appeared ; her neck, nrms and bosom, now
rival in whitenobs tie snowy collar which
encmroles her throat, her cheek mantles
with a peach-like bloom, and she Is ready
to invoke a blessing on the inventor of the
article whieh has wrought such a delightful
.,If you desire rosy cheeksanda comnplesion
fair ind free from Pimples. Blotches and
Priptions. purify your blood by taking Dr.
Pierce's Golden.Medical Discovery.,
TH E GREAT FRENCH REMEDY
Ddlamarre's Opeoilo Pills,
Prepared by UAnIANCIrUV & Di'PoNT, No.
2)4 Rue Lombard, Paris, and highly
recommended by the entire Medi
cal Faculty of France,
Are fhe very bat Remedy In all cases .of
Spermitorrlha o: Semitnal Weakness ;
Nightly, IMily or I retuattro Emissions.,
Sextal Weakness or Impotency; Weaknsi
arising from Secret Ildbits anid dexual Ex
resses t(eloiationi of tie Genital Organs ;
Weak Spine ; ''Litno" or "Brick dust" de
osits In the Urine ; "Milky Discharges,"
&e , and all the ghasnly train of Symptouts
nrising froni Overuse or Excesses.
They curo when all other remedies fall.
Futi direct oTps in every box.
Price $1 per Box, or 6 Boxes for $6.
Sold by thme principil Druggists, or will
be sent by util, securely saled from all
obaerv-tion, by eiclosing price to te SIle
General Agent for America, JOB MOSES,
18 Cort landt St , New York. Pamphlets of
advice selit free to any addr Is.
Bryan's PulirLoic Wafers
are tinfailing in the cure of Coughs. Colds,
Asthmn, Brancitis, Sore Throat, Hoarse
iless, Dilicult Breathing, Incipient. Con
siniptiln and Ii enses of the Lungs. They
have i o taste of medicine, and any chilm
will tak them Thousanils have been re.
stored to health, tht hlad before despaired.
Testimony giveii Iin hundreds of cases. A
-ingle dose relievts in Tenl Minutes. Ask
for BI3IYA N'S 1W>ULMON1C WAFERS5
''onteumplating a Business Life should at.
Bryan, Stratton & Sadler,
B US!INESS COLLEGE
For Circulars. and Specimens of Pen
WV. II. 8A DLER. 1'res't,
Nos. 6 and 8 N. Charles St. Ba-timnore,
Md. mar 26-w
SWF.ET POTATOES, Onions amid White
a Peas for table use, anti FrestfMeal, at
feb 27 McINTYRE & Co.
25 D)OZ/EN Busades Crown hloes.
I 'Tierce of Whole Rice.
50 Bushels Meal.
Patent Cot t oil Back Bands and 'IIooks.
For sale by
mar 16 BE ATY & HB.
BOOT AND SHOE
'.M R 23-:L ta O 't O 2* ,
HIAVING procured the
very best Mechanics in
the country, I feel war
ranted in saying that I
enmin furntish as neat. hOOT
or h'II0E ais any Shaop
In time South All work
wnrrantedl to, give satia'-fuot on. My Shop
is niext dlouyto F. Gerig''Sadldlery.
mar 19 8. M. OILIIERT.
This celebratteud Jack will
stand in Winosbero this
season. iIe is ennidered
h ie best foal-getter' In time
country. Stonewall e- n
seen ali his stalei In rear
of our bar.-room, two doors
south of Elliott & Co's
sttire- By thme seaison $10. tnsur-iae,
$15 OLAADNEY & MURLPHY.
J. D. McCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel of Olmd Caubinet ty o, 1889.
1 Darrel Blackberry irnad;.
1 Barrel Oinger Bready,
Ramsey's Scotohi Whiskey.
Marvin's Ale. ^
Aiiso, a good stock of,Groceries, conisist,
lug of Sumgar, Cifilre. Rice, Molasues. Bi.
con, Lard, Breakfast Strips. 8uga's 'thred
Shmoulders mand iaise, Jar., PInkS ye, EarlyV
Rose, Goocdriok and Pei'ach Bldr 'Potatoes,
Jatn 80 _____
MIOUNTA IN BUTTER. rie as fresh to
sale. U. G. DESPORTES A Co.,
feb 8 n.rns No. 1.
U E8 olountaln Apples.
2 2 2 bu VIM &L whJse
tol at oN 0'.
BAVft & CO.,:'Agents.
I ard 'ow prepared to furnish these
excellent Fertilizers, or to otder them to
any Depot inA the COdtty, at The 11l06tring
pt-ide6,-with the'freight added, via:
Blono So1tible, $46 d sh or 80 on time,
payabli1t November next, without inter.
Slono Disolved$26oah, or 8 1 on tirhe.'pay
al$e, let k4ovqatleranxt, iihout interes.
Ir the.Pimnte jkl)(c iparo prices, they
.will'seo 'thtt ioir lerilisa are chenpot
than most of those offered for sale and] we
believe them to be equatly as good as any
offered to the publio.
feb 20 BACOT &CO.
SEIOBENE OIL, best quality, for sa!e at
U . q .DE1sPUR-1TiS &- CO,
mbh d '- -.) Corn)er No. 1.
. Cocoanut Vreanj !
A FINE 6ss.oitment of Presh*Slick Can.
dic. Kisses, Almohd' CAndy. Sugar
Plums, Almonds, Raisinti, English Walnuts,
Pecan, Hazel and Butter N,'ts. Just rese iv
ed. U. Q. DESPORTES,& CO.
I Bbl. Fulton Market Corned Beef,
1 Box Fnoked Duffalo Tongues,
1 161. fine Eating Onions.
1 Bbl. extra fine Table Syrup.
mar 19 T. IR. IROBERTSON.
AN election for Intendant and four
A Wardens will be held in the Town
Hlall on Monday. April lat, 1872.
Polls open from 10 A. M. till 8 P. M.
Aleasrs. H. B. MeMasier, W. 0. Jordan
and John Molutyro, are appoluted nmana
gers of election.
By ordor of Council.
mar 10-tG .Clerk.
BEATY & BRO., -Agent.
W E are now prepared to furnish these
Fertillzers or ordet them to any Do.
pat. in the County, at the following rates,
Atlantic Phosphate $48 per (on cash, or
$62 per ton payable 1st November next,
free of inter et.
Acid Phosphal e $28 per ton cash, or $81
per ton payable 1st November next, free of
Interest. feb G-2n
E would respectfully keep the people
informed that. we are c'bhi4attly receiving
and keep on hand a good stock of those
Shoes which hate Inado and kept so many
dii ing the recent cold and wet weather.
Also, Fine Bolted "TAR HEEL" Meal,
Flour, Bacon, Home Canqed Peaches, Tin
Ware and "lots'' of othier
Cheap for the "Spandulig." -
MoLA UGIilIN & JOHfNSTON.
The State of South Unrolina,
B.' W. M. NELSQN#, Esg., Probte Judge,
W HIEREAS. Nacy I. U abb, idow, hailh
rnadite.nit to mse Io grant her Lettern of
Administration, of the Estsate an4.ifects or
John 0. Rl bb, dieceasd.; T),tse- are
liherel'ore lo~c fe and 'ndmoinish n!l arif sin
gu:lar the kindredl and credilora of the snid
John 0. Rtabb, deceased, that thse
be rand nppear, before me, in the Court of
P'robate, to he hel I at WVnnsboro. on the
0th day of April next, after publhication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in Ihe forenoon, to
show cause, if ansy they have, why the
said Adtninistration should not be grantedi.
(Given under my hand, this 20th day of
*March; A. D. .1672.
Wv. M. NRr1SONJ,
mar 20-1xf2 Judge of Probate.
Silly.I ive First Class Medals Awarded,
Wim. Knabe e. Co.
- Gid, Square and Upright -
- BAL2'MORE, MD).
'These Instruments lhave been 'bere lhe
Puble for nearly T'hirty Years, and upon
theiresxePlloen0e alone attained and unpur.
ohneed preeustsencb, whIsich pronounces
them unfequaeled, In Tone, Touch, Work,
mansehip ahd Dmn'abtli y
@' Afl oatr Square Pianosyjnee est New
improved Overatrung 30so le an rthel Agras
US We woutld cntl special attention to
Ot.s' late Patented!Insprovenints in Orand
Pianos and'Square Grands, foni In no
otherW Piann, 'whieh bring the Plarwe necatet
Perfection than has yet been al tained
Every Fltlbl brratMtfe$tkwe Years
e.iV ate by S1t?eial arratigelenld en.
tibledt t'f*t'nish Pairlor Organu And'' Msele.,
des t er thsfttt 'Retebfaited ahets,
Whal4said and JFetail at ?owess Fa0tory
Priocs. -~Ihn- .
*illlt#afed'- Catalogues and Prieo Lit
promptly fupi)hr ds ~ion o
SOt ff7t* estabif~thdA' en
Crackers and Cheese'
G INGER SNA B,' LSamo andkoda Craok.
Aras. Just r.ecived.
mat 9)U, $s DE8IPOa?E A C
IbOM iis day we have marked all our
lVOOLRV GOOOD down to
Cost Price for Cash.
Darg nine will be given in every kind of
%I inter Goods. Call soon.
LADD BROS. & CO.
Fresh supplies of Drugs, Medlolnes,
Paints, Ole, Bitters and Toilet Goods,
constantly arriving at our Drug Store.
naEaR a BROW
OFFERS FOR SALE.
I Carload of good ied Corn,
1 Car load of Good Whilte Corn,
I Car load of Good N. C. tiay,
I Car load of fresh Flour, good, NUTTAIR
and 13EST qualitio.
12 hihds, and boxes Bado and Bulk
18 Ih1da". and 11ble Molassees,
25 Sacks Bolted Meal,
0 Sach'fie Hominy,
20 FIf fbble. and Kits Maelrel,
Early Rose, Goodrich and Pink Eye Po
1009 Buxlh.--s White Drend Cort,
10 Cas.ks C. R. White and Sioked Ba
8 Cisks Canvassed and Ulncanvassed
1 Cask Smoked Dried Beef and Tongues.
80 Bbls. Comimort MIoasses,
Gilbls New Orleans Molasses,
10 Bibla. PearI Grist, A, ex-C and C Su
g,,r. 10 Sacks Jasa. Lr:grayra and Rio
Coffee, Iloited Pamily Meal, Unhio'ed Fresh
Or.,und .lfeol at same price as white bread
D. R. Flenniken.
Charlotte, Columnbla and August
CoL,VxasA, .June 1, 1871.
igo inte ef'ec.t on tihis tlead on and after
Sunday, June 1,
DAY fitAltv--Go1o KtoarT.
Lieave A6gust a, at 3.16 a m
"Colutnbia. 8. CO, 8 25 p mn
*' Wiansboro, 1(127 a m
"Chest er, 12 25 p m
Arrite at Chrrrlot to, N. C. 8.00 p ii.
NIC0tT TRfA1N-QOING NoR?tf.
'Leate Augusta at 6,00 p m
" Cob inbla, ,- 11.20 p mn
"WinnIsboro, 1.'.7 a mn
"-Choster, 2.00 a m
Arrive at Chariot te, 6.30 a a
DAT TRAJN--0o,A(I coo ff.
Ler.ve Chiaulotte, N. C. at 7 30Y.i n
" Obestet, 10 l5 rt in
' Winnshoro, 12.01' p m
" .Columbia 2 30 p in
Arrive at Angusta 7 60 p to
'Wti ? a *Aft9.-OIosr see.
L *erOf rlot, . . 8.10 ft m
Arrivgt peg le r - .80 a mn
E. E. Dieent, GebevalT!reket Agent,.
18 pbparcd bo frl,tes all -gr#dea of tkene
1:vAtahil e4nSreb o Idorder them to
any depeit4t, Dhstrie&
' ' siwknsGuate. $d& evs, $60 en time
Ettwsu Crop Foo ,$40 eshb @40 en
f#ettDissN B dn.,' $66 osse, $46
On hand a high gr of. Etiwan Guaud'
60lb, sael)sfog #alag purposs price
. 50 ar smk nf b-e .
I Car load Prime Whitc Coro,
I Car lond Liverpool Salt,
Smoked and Dry Salt. Clear Rio Sidev,
Canvassed and Unoinva-scl $tignr Cmrel
linn., Prinn Leaf Lnrd, West Inii and N.
0. Moloores. "Pride of Augti-t nI" Flour,
the fine!%t in market, Fugars und Cot), ca .o
all grndes. lorso an ilule Shoe-4, ati.l
Nails, Spados, Shovels and litty Fosks, all
kinds of Wooden Ware, laines, Trave
In my Lumber Yard, a choice lot o
Lumber and Shingles in ndditiun I have
a small remnant of a stoe.k of Crw-,kery,
which will 1e dispoqed of A 7' COS7.
My terms at e C: ,Mi3 or 30 dayti
on a Satfe Risk.
Parties wanting anyl hing in n-y linewill
find it to their interest to price my goods
before purchnhing olsewhere. Every arti
7 . ROBER SON
Ju8t Received and to Arrive.
1 Car load No. I Spring Oils,
2 Car loads No. I Wh1ie and Yellow Corn,
80 Barrels F-inily Flour,
50 Snoks Super, Ert ra ad Fnnity Flour.
Plow Moulds, Steel, Iron, &e.
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains, &c.
Call and examine our st)ok.
TIE very best quality o a i.e above brand,
Parchted and rendv fisr w- nt
feb 8 U. a. 61""l'oltl'I &vo.
Here They Come,
TilERE TIIEY G0.
Going nndl coming. comning narl going.
All ther year' ruandt far coutr y and towna,
Goo wds for liheI haid, gonids I or Ihe feet.
Goaods thit nrN p;ot ty amnd usefula unu nea.
Coffee. S'ugar. Mola,ses, cheaaese. 1:ii e.
Floaur Ifaoog,n,r, l.ard. "re-h Ia len ra
$ee*d, Pot~wrarie, Tintware. Crock 6ry3, Gifs
ware, Woodenware, Schaool liouks anud Sta
A taeqh lot oi Early 1-rse, Gouodrich,
Pink Eve andi Penchl Blow P'otatoaes, On.ioan
Seite anad P'etroleumi.
feb8 I). LA UDI:TIDAI.E.
SIIER I FF'S SA LES.
B Y virtuo of sundry (xecaalions to me
directeCd. I will otffer foar anh Ia at Fair
field CobrL liouts.ea niar first Mondnay nndi
he day following. In. A pril r.ex t, wi ih
in. t he legal hours of anlae, Io the haighae..t.
bidder. for cnsha, the following Properly.
P'urchasors to pay foar ai-les aind stamlps:
One tract of' lnnd in i'alrflelil Coauray,
colnaining 400 ncres, moire or less, b,on.da.
ed lby lnbds ot Thaomas Dawkins, -- iluelh.
inseo.nand othaers, ieviedl upona as the roa.
perty of WV. J. Dawklns, aae. lho aui of T'.
J Dawkina, survivinig Administrator anid
One tr'aot of land in Fairfield County
known ns alhe "aliome Plneo." containingj
160 aores, mote or os, boaunded by hirnls
ot' John llober'tson. T. J. Il. Jonaes uand
lands laiely owned by James lIarrison, de.
Also one other tract of lanad known as
thc 'DJarling Plnco,,'' conaaiiing 80) nores,
amore or less, bouindid by lands of' J1Ohni
ilbo Ison, 'nf,ds lately - ownied by James
inaarisona, decoaserd, Thlomnas Moore andl
ethers .ovied uapon as thle propo, ly of
A bram D. Jonues, dledeased, at the suit of
J. Ml. F1oIolum, AdrIa, for ID. Crosby nad.
L. A. C. Eatice. Adinistraig<rs, agajiast
Thaoamas .1. Ii. Jones, Executor of Abirans
L,. W. DUVALL, 8,F. C,
WVannsboro, March 9, 1872.
RESPE,CTFULLY in- .
Sform the oliaensa of
inneboro and Fairfiold -listrict, that I
have juist returned from Now York ae
haa,e purohased a faull assortmlaent of Walela.
as. Jewelry, Clocks, Specoles, &c., sand
will sell at the lowest prices, and wouald
Yrecofully. ask the anntanoo of tIhe
patlrnge of my old friends sand Oanstomecrs,
All goods *nrranteel as reproesenlted. I a
prepared to do all kInd of Watch anld .leir.
elry wvorls and have always a good a trick of
gered matorlal on hanal, rand wifl guarantee
satisfaction. All work warratfed.
Reotnd door from Col. [(ion's Oflico.
MIay! Hay ! Hlay!
IcC 20 For sale by
AN ASSOITMENT OF
HiiOSS CU ' SAIWS, Anvils, Vlces, Chisels,
Antlers, llinges, Lap ing, Tin Oilere,
.Money WInces, M.\ IoSC GIfS, Oru
hilg s" . lIk. tiolroo .\ilik, Iron i eel
Nails, 'Tanic 'ulet-ry, Pocket, Cuttlery,
Tobacco I TobaccoI
The best Chvwing and 83moking Tobacco,
calIl and try them.
Iremiilog,k an d Oank Solio i,eai hier, K ip nil
UIpper. L.atherP. larnie.s I,eather. iihoii
lhamme,r's, lPinchlers., KIssves', Ticad., NailIs ,
.E."O b.t1r3 cRaO31..
fuhs 27 ,0. Rt T\0l \P.itN.
E. W. OLLEVER & (00.,
lins jnst received a lot Lf extra fino piure
4PP LE JB3R.A NDY,
which he g'inrnnieen to be genuinn, nnd
will give siatisfactiont lo all lovde. of Good
MILLIN EIIY & SIIAW (AOODS,
W HITE 000DB, EMB3ROIDERIESI, &o,
Armstrong, Cator & Co.,'
IMOTS M aI(liI sinufe nertarsnd Joh.
I. bers I onnrer, Tiinring, Neck nruil Sash~l
1(Ilbons, VeIvet Ilibbonst N sclk fie., ioinni,
8ilk a, tint, Velvers i and Cr..pes, Flowehs,
Feuaithers, O)rnamnentu, Fraton<, &o. 8:traw
1lo,nnel and Ladeties n iii (' lilre'i's lint a,
Irunmied atnil un a immedta. A ndl in con nen.
ingr wareroomsi t Whie Gloods, I.lriens. Eim
htoIlderles, fLuce .. Nets, Cillars. S.etis,
Jlsndkorchuiersi.Veiling, Ilead Nets, &c,
Nos. 287 anid 281) Baltimore strcet, r alti
Thecse g oas are mnnuncluredl hy ns ee
bo,nghtr for Casila directly from the Eunropean
an-t A merican .Minnnc reri', filllhnch,lg
all t he late'st noveltiesi, uneqjualledl in .
riety anid chieapnessji in aany acket.
Orders filled with care, proimpiness nnd
dlisputoh. .rmar 12-2w
' 1TAVE~ i receIved a large lot of' choke
.Falmily' iind Extra Floner. FI-I sA.t nAf
thie lowetL market, prioe.
A lr,t 6 Primte White Caorn.
r-r16 11. J. M,CDAf.LLIi?