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Notice to Taxpayers-U. 0. Do
portes & Co.
Disolution-E. W. Ollever.
Winnsboro Lodge, No 11. A. F. I
--W. 0. Jordan, Secretary.
Bacon-J. H1 Cathcart.
Go to Messrs. Woodward & La
and see what a fine lot of goods the
have recently Teoeived.
Fine Oranges and Lemons-Moli
tyre & Co.
Just Received-Beaty & B3ro.
,8ohool Notice-W. B. Peak,
We understand that some colore
men have organized a brass band i
town. We hope they will succed i
making themselves good musicians.
Schools to be Closed.
Dr. Peake, the School Commissiot
or of Fairfield County, informs us tht
be is compelled to close the Frc
Schools in this County on the 17t
instant. ie has received Informatic
from the State Commissioner that tI
80hool fund has "played out."
We have received the May numb<
of the Rural Carolinian. The d
partments are well filled. The big
standard of the magazine is fully su
tained. Price $2 a year in advano<
Subscriptions recoived at this office.
We heard yesterday that Mr. Seil
lar, who was badly burned at U
time of the destruction of his dwel
ling, was at the point of death, an
not expected to live scarcely twent
four hours. The country can ill a
ford to loose so good a citizen.
10uggy & Carriage Factory.
It will be observed by an advei
tisement in another column tht
Messrs. Herron & Gilbert, are Manx
facturing Buggies, Carriages, Wagot
&e. Repariing done at short notice an
in the neatest style. We cheerfully r4
commend these gentlemen to tli
patronage of the public.
Decided at Last.
The Elections Committee of ta'
lower branch of Congress have dce
ded the contest between Col. McKi
sick and A. S. Wallace in favor of tb
latter. This case has been pendii
since the last State election.
Demiocratic Victory lin Citar
From Tuesday's Observer we lear
that Gen. John A. Young, Democra
was reelected Mayor of Charlotte lai
Monday by a majority of 113 vote
over his Radical opponent. We coi
gratulate the people -of that city upc
securing again at the head of its in
nicipal affairs so high-toned and hoi
orable a gentleman as we know Gei
Young to be. May they ever coi
tinue to be so blest.
A Praiseworthay Act.
When it became known in ton
Monday that Mr. David Seigrar he
suffered so serious a loss by the ri
cent fire on his placo,several charit:
ble gentlemen started a subscriptic
list for his relief, and in a short tin
succeeding in raising between two arl
three hundred dollars in money b,
sides provisions and clothing., V
take sincere pleasure in making noi
cof so christian a deed, which is ce
tainly worthy of all praise and con
Deatha of Mrs. Dr. RL. , &
The little commun-ity of Ridgewc
wvas again, on Wednesday last, cause
to mourn the death of one of its me
highly esbeeme& andl beloved res
This l'adly has long been an inv'ali
but the preparation of years was ni
sufficient to familiarize the family ci
eTc with the fact, that soon the ide
ized wife, and mother would cross tU
silent river and be forever at rest.
"What, is home without a mother,
WVhat, are all the joys- we moet
When fier loving smile no longer ;
Greets Ihe coming of our feet.'
A so-oalled caucus of RTepuhida
members of the Legislature held
Columbia last week have issued a pet
tion to be signed by the other mna
bers asking the offlcer.s of the 6*
branohes to call an extra session, fc
what purpose is not yet develope
fully. This is nothing more or lei
than ao outrage upon decency. Thi
State has suffered enough alread
from the present Legislature, and
is diabolical to be inficoted any nmor
fa such a wny. We0 hope the propos
ed call will fizzle out.
Craronnua Life Insurance Coni
We had the pleasure of a via
-Tuesday from Gen. J. D. Kennedy<
Camden, representifg the above Con
pany. pon. Jefferson -Davis is th
Wade Hampton is the head of the
Southern department. The Carolina
Is a thoroughly reliable and otaunoh
company, controlled and operated al.
together by southern men. We oor.
. dially commend it to our citizens.
Mr. DuBose Egleston is the local
agent at this place.
y James A. Qray A Co.
Whilq i Augusta last wee4, we
called upon Mr. Gray, senior member
of the above firm, and by him was
conducted through his new mercantile'
palace, which is now the pride of
that flourishing city. Messrs. Gray
d & Co., deal extensively in domestic
n and foreign dry goods, import direct
n ly and on a large scale, and have on
exhibition one of the most complete
btooks we have over seen. Their pe
ouliar facilities enable them to offer
superior inducements in the jobbing
line to retailers. To Mr. Gray per.
e sonally, we wake our acknowledge.
h ments for courtesies extended.
e Good Teanplars.
At a meeting of Vinnsboro Lodge
No. 9, I. 0. G. T., held Tuesday
night, May 7th, the following oflicers
were installed to servo during the
J, A. Fraser, WE C. T.
- W. G, Jordan, It. 11. S.
* W. 11. Williams, L. H. S,
G. B. McCants, W. V. T.
C. M. Cihandler, W. S
W. H. Flenniken, W. A. 8,
e W- W. Chandler, IV. F. Seo.
II. B. McMaster, W. Tress
d Rev, J. S. Connor, W. Chaplain.
F. C. Gerig, W. 51.
r. W. H. W inebrenner, W. D. M.
R. W. Phillips, W, G.
W. A. Romedy, W. 8,
U. S. Troops at RIdgesvOy.
t We are informed that on the 8th
. instant an officer in command of a
a small detachmentof Infantry arrived
d at Ridgeway, and during the night of
I. that day they rode out into the coun.
e try and arrested the following gentle
men-we suppose under the enforce
ment aot :
Henry 1-1, Hines, J. H1. Hines, John
0 Cooper, Mars Cooper, John Crump
ton, Henry Crumpton, jr., Oscar
" Dukes, II. R. Flannagan, Trial Jus
e tice ; Henry Isbell, Walter Bailey,
g John K. Smith, Banks Jamieson, and
. They are still scouring the Bear
Creek country ana we presume more
n arrests tvill be made.
;t The parties arrested near Ridge.
,s way, for alleged violation of En.
,, forcament Act, had a hearing before
n U. 9, Commissioner Boozer in Co
. lumbia Saturday last, and were re
. leased on bail to apear again next
.* Saturday. John K. gmith was dis
. eharged, there beingnohagaait
a The orops are all suftering terribly
d for the want of' rain,
,. Cucumbers have appearedr in the
~. Charleston market.
a The forts around Charleston are be.
e ing mounted with fifteen-inch gnns.
d The Charleston Republican has sas'
. pended its daily issue--will appear
e semni-we-ekly hereafter,
:0 1umhers of men are deserting from
.. the garrisoin at Spartanburg and
It to stated that there are over
ninety drinking saloons in~ the city of
It is rumored that an extra session
y of the State Legislatures will be called
i- known and highly popular proprie
tress of the Pavilion Hotel, of Charles
I, ton, died Thursday last.'
t An Episcopal Church, t'o be called'
-the "Church of Our Saviour," is to
b-' be erected in Rook Hill, York. coun
e by. It is to be finished by the 15th of
On Wednesday night five of the
soldiers who were l'od(ed in jbil at
Union C. IT. for desertion, made
their escape by sawing the bars of the
windown in the large halkIi Although
a all the Ku lux. prisoners confined i
a the jail could have escaped at tilo
same time, not one of them- took. ad.
vantage of the opportunity..
0 Alexander ITarris, a preachier,. and'
r one of the most honest and respecta
I ble colored citizens ih tork county,
S opened the Liberal Republican cam
e p aign in this State at Rook KillI, on
Saturday the 20th.
tA cotemporary says no man in busi.
ness should ever write a buwiness let
ter without his-card printed at the top
of the sheet of paper. It is an ad
vertisement, prevents mistakes and
looks like business. We-are prepared
to "do the printing."
Take two ounces of lemon juice,
a haltf a draobm of powdered borer,.
Sand one drachm of sugar. Mix to
gether and let them stand in a glass
*bottle for a few days, then rub it on
0 6he hands and face occasional y. It
.jwill remaosa franklcs, &o ry. ..
Make a Note of This.
The Act of Legislature (1806)
regulating advances for agricultural
has been amended as follQws i
"So. 2. That all the provisions
and remedies in said Act, relating to
persons who advance mupplies for
agricultural purposes, shal apply to
persons advancing medicines or thedi.
Cal attendance as a physician, and also
to blacksmiths who claim liens for
work performed on plantation blaokw
swiths' tool ; who pursue their trade
or calling not within the limits of any
incorporated city; town or village
within the State : Provided, that
the fee for each and every visit by a
physician shall not exceed one dollar,
and ten cents per mile, which price
shall embrace the prescription.
Approved March 12, 1882.
What a mighty procession is march'
ing toward the grave during each
year I At the usual estimato, duting
a year, more than 33,000,000 of the
world's population go down to the
earth again. Place them in a long
array, and they will give a moving
column of more than thirteen hun
dred to overy mnila of the.globe's cir
cuinforenco Only think of it ; pon.
der and look upon these astounding
computations ! What a spectacle, as
they move on-tramp, tramp, tramp,
forward I upon this stupendous dead
Released by Fore.
The Washington Republican of the
7th instant says: "A telegram was
received yestetday at the Department
of Justi-je froum the United States dis
triet attorney at Charleston, S. C., in
vhich he says that a deptity marshal
ju,t returned frotl Marietta, Georgia,
reports that Capers Scott, Wesley
Scott and William tarris, whom he
had arrested on bench warrants
issued by the Circuit Court., were
forcibly taken from him by a crowd
of thirty or forty Inen. The men ar
rested are duly indicted for violating
the enforcement not."
An Absconding fMancing NMter,
We understad that the dancing
master who hold forth at the Augus
ta Hotel-Prof. John Lewis by name
-has disappeared from the hotel and
the city, having boon last seen with
his carpet bag, arossing Hamburg
bridge, Saturday afternoon. lie was
generally paid by his pupils in ad
vance, and had, aeceording to their
statemOnto, some $150 paid to him.
He is thought to have proceeded in
the direction of Columbia, Sott(h
Carolint..-Augusta Constit utionalist.
WnoSE FINN 1oUs is T11AT ?-Such is
the inqui.y of a traveller as he passed an
unsually well finished country resideneo,
not a thous..id miles from hero. The style
of the sashes, the brightners of tie glass
the beauty of the doors, the elassle pat
terns of the moildings, the neatness of the
balusters, and the stAtIelines of tkfe pillars
around the piaar, all strack the traveller
with astonishment and admhatiar. And
no wonder. for they were all furnished by
Mr. P. P. TOALE, No. 20 Bayne street,
Charleston, 8. 0. may 2-l
How We Used to be hysioked.
Who does not r--member the time whlen
spring purgation was considere-d indispen'
sable to summer health ? No matter for
wr.t fdces, the inevitable safts and senna,
rhubarb, or calonmel and jalap, amast be ad.
ministored.- These "spring medicines," the
youngsters were (old, were to keep (herw
hale and hearty during the snamer. We
all knoew now that this was a falacy : that
nett vigee, not depl6'ion-, is *ahat is requir
odl at the commencement of summer sol'
stie. As a preparation for the ener'vatiug
effects of oppr-essi-ve summer weath'er, a
course of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters is
highly expedient.- This famous vegetable
preparati'on has three prominent proper
ties: It renovates, puritlea and r-"ulates
all the functions of tI e la, ly. It it com
posed exclusively of ;tire vegetable pro
ductiM, viz : the cs.ionral princlple of
Mlonongnhela Rye, and thle most efficacous
tonic and alterative roots, bar-ks, and-gums
known to medical botanists. Hlence, it is
air absolutelly safe rhxedoire, aihd no tinc
ture of She Phiarmiacopdoie SIan Olnpar
wit'h'ib either in purity, of' i tihe variety of
its objects, and its eomnprehensive results.
IIappily for mankind, the thieory that it
was neoussary to- prostrafe a patient in or.
der to cure him, is foreer- exploded, n'nd
the true philosophical doctrine, that vigor
Is tile great antagonist of disease, has
taken its ilace. Hiostetter's Bitters is an
invigorant, and henee it is the proper medli'
olne-for the feeble at this most trying soa
soit of the year.
lDe sure that you obtain the genuine ar
ticle, as thero arc innimera bid vile imita
lions in the market. Leek to the orunamen
tat stamp, the engraved label, ard the
name blown into thes glass. Hosteter's
Stomach Billors is moki in bottles only.
A SAD FAr,r.ItO t UTo. -It is indeed a sad
falling out when, after years of the closest
Intimacy, the hair parts company with thle
hecad. F'ortunately t he lanmentablo aepara
lI on may be seasily prevented adid the twain
more closely united tIhan ever by a ti:ncly
mad systeritato use or Isycn's Weathiairon,
the most potent, invigorant of- the hair rand.
promoter of its growth and' beauty'. kneirs'
to modern plartifaey. It compl'etely obvi -
atom the dry antl parch.ed'- condition or t he
roots of the hair, which is prelimInary to
'is coming out, by eupfl1ying the preciso
.l'egi'ee of ttiolsture requisite to'its preser
vation Itn-a healthy state.- It is the only.
LAue dissolvent and evaporant of dandruffi
indl other'impuritle6 of the seal p, whose
presence is Injurious to the lhair. As a
bonutifler of the head the Kathairon has no
'qual. It net only increases the quantity'
>f the hair, but improves it. quality Imme.
hiately,.Imparting. a lustrous appearance
and si.k~y texture whieli are exceedingly
SUmeiDs ('ox'MTTED.--hs the result of
in inactive state of livei.-and stontabh pro
lucing headache, obtuse intellect, dullness,
lespondcpcy, destepia, and 4naliy ibsani.
y,ila no uncommon ocecurrance. All thoec
lsagreeable symptots andl bad feelngs
ire most, certainly dispelled by the use of
)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
evil alizem and builds up the whole system.
, littl hook ord ChronIc Diaeases sent tree.
tddress RI. V. Pierce, bl!. D)., Buffalo, N1.
f. Golden biedical Discovery sold by all
iruggste. ma, 9
"It Acts Like a Charm."
This Is what we hear on all sides of DR.
TUTT'S EXPECTORANT. In- oases of
oroup, Bronchitis, As.html and all Pulmo
nary Diseaset it affords Instant relief. It
permeates the very substanco of the Lungs
and causes them to throw off all aorld mat
ter. It is pleasant to tbe taste. Children
take It readily.
Naw YozK, August 81, 1869.
Dr. Wm, II. Vytt:
Sir-When in Alken, last winter, I used
your Experlorant. for my cough, and found
more benefit from it than any I over used.
I took half a demon bottles home with me,
and have had to give some It to my friends.
Please send me one dozen of by Express, C.
0. D. ALFREDCUSHIIN0,
128 West 81st Street.
Dr. Tult's 11air Dye 00ori a Beautiful
A Nxw DRAUTIrTiNo AoXT,--All Dentri.
fties had their drawbacks, until the Saln.
brious Bir4 of the Soap Tree was brought
from tho Chillian Valleys to porfect the fra.
grant Sozodont, the most delightful ertiol,
far the teeth that A brush tras ever dipped
"Ciftimtns's LivFs iatmn FOR 0 CMts."
Every caso of croup cau be cured when
first taken, by Dr. Tolas' Venetian Lini.
ment, warranted for 24 years, and never a
bottlo returned. It also cures Diarrhwa,
Dysentery, Colio, Sore Throat, Cuts, Burns,
and External Pains. Sold by the Drug
gists. Dopot, 10 Paik Place, N. Y.
VENUs herself would not have been beau
tiful if her complexion had been bad. If
beauty is skin deep, it Is necessary to se
oure and retain that part of it; an.1 ladies,
instead of resorting to paints and powders,
should remember that an impure, bldtchy,
or sallow akin Is the proof of feeble diges
tion. torpid liver, or vitiated blood, for all
*hichb J. WIACa's CALIFORNIA VINEGAR
BITTZUs is a Sar, sure and efficient reme
BunrTT's COCOATNE.-NO oils, neither
pomades bi alcoholic washes-toreign or
domestic-can compare with Coconine as a
IlAin DiiassNd. It anohors (ti hair firmly
to the scalp-gives it now lire and lustre
and renders it the "crowning glory" of
both sexes, old and young.
PRATT's ASTVAL OIL.-More accidents
occur from using unsafe olis, than from
steamboats and raflroads cotihbined. Over
200,000 families continue Ld burn Pratt's
Astral Oil, and no accidents directly or in
directly have occurred from burning, stor
ing or handling it. Oil HMuse of Cluirles
iratl, established 1770. New York. T. D.
'lanoy & Co., Charleston, agents for Sodth
A BEAUTIFUT, W HITE, soft, -mo'oth and
clear skin is -produced by using G. IV.
Laird's "Bloom of Youth.'' It removes tan,
freckles, sunburns, and all other disoolora
(ions from the skin, leaving the complex
Ion brilliant and beautiful. Sold at all
druggists. This preparation Is entirely
free from any material detrimental to
JusT TE REDEDY NEr.Dn.-Thauks to
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, we have
for yoars been relieved from sleepless
night of painful watching with poor, suffer
ing. teething Children.
Fan IYtstirstA.-Indigestiont, depressio.
of spirits and general debility in their va
riofs forms; also, as a proventive against
iever and A gne, and other intermittent fe
vers. The Fer-o Phosphorated Elixir of
Calisaya, made by Caswell, Hazard k Co.
New York, and sold by all Druggista, is the
besi tonia, and as a tonic for pati,nts re
covetifig from fever or other aicknesses, it
has no e ual.
R,EV* 's 4NN 00rbN Bi.4, COLOONE
WATHR aconrding to the orignal formula
of Provost. Pari.i, so long and favorably
known to the customers of Haviland, ilar.
ral and l0aley nAd theite6ranches. for its
fine fragrance is n'ov aade by If W. IWisley
and the trade supplied by his successors,
Morgan & Ilisley, Druggist's.New York.
TIUHSTOtN'S IvonY PVAnL TOoTH POWDt.
The best artfoie known for cleansing and
preserving the teeth aend gums. Sold by
all Drugg.ists. Price 26 and cents per bot
tle. 9. C. Wells & Co., New York.
CAuioL.rO SALJ. ntnequalled as a Ilenling
Compound. Ph.tsioianis recnmintend It, as
the most wonderf\ul remedy over known.-.
Price 26 Cents. John F. Ilenry,: sole Pro
prietor, 8 Colic e I'lace. New York~.
C i[sTA DoIo 5 11Am' DtE.-This magift
oent c'mpound Is beyond contingeney, the
safest and most reli'able Dye in exIstence ;
never failing t o itapai-t to the Hair, uni
formity of cobo', nourishment and elastici
ty. Manufactory, 68 Maiden Lane, N. Y,
PYAPNIA is t ipium pt ified of its sik
ning and poisonous qualities. It Is a per
fect anodyne uset pr-oducingt headache or
constipation of bowels, as is the case with
other preparations of opium. John Farr,
Chemist, New York. may 0
TIlE GREAT FRtENCH! REMEDY
Delamsarre's Spooiflo Pills',
Prepared by OAnANerenan & DuvoNv, No.
2141 Rue Lombard, Paris, and highly
recommended by the entire Medi
cal Facult.y of France
Arc the very best, Remedy i'i~ cifses' of'
Spermsalosrhf or Setihinal Weakness;
Nightly, Daily or I rematnre- Emissions;
Sexual Weakness or Irnpotency; Weakness
ar'ising from Secedt Ilabits and Sexual Ex
ceases;- Rela:1atlerV of the leiit'al O'rgans;
Weak Spine ; ''Linio" or "Brick dust" de
posits in the Urine ;' "Milky Discharges,"
&c., and all the ghastly train of Symptoms
arising from Overuse or Excesses.
They e.ure when all ether remedies fall.
Fudm d'it'ectYons inl every l3ox.
Price $1 per Box, or 6 Boxes for $6.
Sold by the principal Druggists, or will
be sent by mall, secure.ly settled from all
obserVat'ion, by enolosiht price to the Sole
General Ag'enl fol' American, JO'l1 MOSEs,
18 Cortlande 8t , Now York. Pamphlets of
advice sent free to any addre'ss.
Eryan's Piilmonlc Wafers
are unfailing In slid dura of Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore '1'hroat, flbntese.
ness, Difficult Breathing, incipient, Con
sumptoi-n and D)ireases of the Lu9gs. They
have r.o 'as.t'b jf me.dloine, audi any' child
will take them. Thousands have been re
stored to health, that had before despaired.
Testirnony given In hundreds of cases. A
single dose relieves In Ten Minutes. Ask
for BR YAN'B PULMONIC WAPERS
25,000 LDS. C. 2 a.,8d.
Dry Salt and-Smoked. Frsale lowfr
may 14 JNO. II. CA TIICA RT.
The undersigned have __
located themselves at
Bolick's old stand, where
they are propared to manufacture OF repair
Carriages, Btiggids and Wagons. They
are also preplhed to do any kind of planta.
tion work, such as plow-making, flow
aYI , horse-shoeing, &o. All work war.
rant to isatisfaction.
ifbiRON & GILOZ,[lT,
WinnSboro Lodge, 1o. 11, A, V. 19.
The regular oommiunloation of this
Lodge will be held ThUirdday even.
ing, May 10th, at 8 o'clock.
W. 0. JORDAN, Sec.
SonOOL CoMNIssIONVR's OFPoPN,
Winnsboro, 8. V., May 10, 1372.
T HIE Bohrds.of School Trustees for Fair.
field County Pre hereby instructo-1 to
close .he Publio Schools In their respective
Districts on the 17th Inatant. The School
fund 6f FAirfleld County having beet ex
hau6tud at the above dte.
Sohool Cow. Fairfield County.
Notice to Ut'editorm.
Elisha J. Hall tiganinst John Wylie and
Wife hPd othbrs.
The creditors of the Eslate of David A.
Snilh, dcooased. are required by an order
of Court, tlade in the cause above stai4d,
and bearing date 4th Apri., 1872, to pre
sent. and establish their demjands aganst.
said deceased, before the underaignct. as
Referee, on or before the 1st day of ,t'ne,
1872. BAML. I,. CLOWNEY,
may 4tix2 hefereo.
Notioe to TaX Payers I
BY a recent Act of the Legislature, we
have been cotumandcd to pay an addi
X.. X C1 3 r W 'E .
In order to meet this demand, we have do
termined to inform the citizens of Fairfield
County, tat we have on hand and are con
linually receiving Liquors of all grades.
which are to :be sold at reducod rates for
cash. We have "Old Mountain Crown"
PURE BYE WHISKEY,
that we put against the State.-in point of
quality ;-at a price that will suit all IOv.
ern cf a pure article. Also several Bitrrels
of Pure Corn Whiskey. Wine, Oin, 11um,
Amity and Whito Wheat Whiskey. A pre
eminent article of "Old French Drandy,"
which we recommend for medicinal purpos
es. Those in search of a genuine article
of Whiskey will be sure to find it by call
Ing Ot n. U. 0. DESPORTES & CO
apr 28 Corner No. 1.
ONE Tierco wore of those fine uloantass
One oar load Prime White Corn.
A lot of uumiled Cow Pens for Seed.
may 10 BEATT & BRtO.
WOODWARD & LAW.
ARE OONSTANTLY REOEIVIN6
And have recently opened a lot of
DRESS GOODS, LAWNS,
CAM5RICS,- C LINtNS, 6to
SpeiAl &ttenti'on Called to a
l4off offered'at the low price of 50 conis
fot' each article.
CALE1 AND EXAMINEl
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
sen. Wade Hampton, VIee Pres't.
J. D, KENNEi)Y, Blta'e Aglnt,
may 10-17 J.oa AgI..
Just Receivod and to Arrives
O N E oar load oholco Augusta and one oar
load of St. Louis Flour, one ear load
rimo White M. C. *orn, hlide. R. and 'C.
l. Bacon Sides, lihde. R. and C. It. Dry
Salt Sides, choico N.'O. and Common Mlo.
lasses, A, ex-C and Demararasugar, Fancy
and Common Rio Coffee, Young lyson and
Gun Powder Tea, Whole Bice, Cheese and
American Club Fish, a superior article
of fish, much chenper and better than Sar
dines, Big Hug, Lille Lizzie, Jockey Club,
Gorilla and iany other favorite brands of
Cigars, Fresh Candy. Assorted Pickles and
Jellit-s, Baltimore Lity Soap, tbe best Fami.
ly Soap in use. For salo by
apI 4 R. J. MoCARLEY.
LA TEST STYLES
SPRINO AND SUMIER
I havo fio* in stook a ftill and 6oiblote
assortment of the
Neatest, Prettiest anti Best Goods
in Winnsboro. Will sell cheaper than the
cheapest for the cash.
Bring tho Cash and get Bargais,
S. S. WVOLIR~
Ja 10. 130AG
Ins jnst rec'eived a large nnd Eplendid
aisittent of Dry Goods, Lndies Dross
Goods, Notions, Fancy Goods, Shoes, &o.
Also fresh Oroourfes Bacon, Flour,
IIackerel, Lard Meil, Orist, Sugar, Coffeo,
I ca, Hyrups and fresh Kerosoiie Oil,
ivZ Ts . o.:BoA.a.,
Wishes to inforin her friends and finTFons
that she haiqjust openeod a full stock of the
latertstylos of Ilats, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Vacs, Flowers, &o., nod will, as hereto,
fore, usO every <fiort to please tho most as
tidious. OY-dems will rebeive oenfeil and
promft attention. Bridal affl Mourning
Bonnets, made to order. Also .lateAt styles
CligIons. Switches, Fancy Jewelry, La
tlies Ty es, &d. apt 18
25 DOZEN lirades Crown lloes.
1 TierOe of Whole Rico.
50 liush,els Meal.
Patent Cotton Badk Bands and Ho'oks.
For sale by
mar 10 IIEA TY & NRO.
Livry and Salo
A.- F. GOO 0D I NG,
[ R REP'constantly on hand txtfa fine
.L Kentucky Horse's add Minies. Parties
in want of good stock will- do welt to give
mec a call,
it connection witIh my Lfivery Stable, I
havo opened a CaY-riage, Buggy and Wag
on Factory. All wvor k neatly oxecuted and
warran'ted', Give rad a dafl.
J1'ust tO 2a e.
Fresh Sonl Edin1'>urg Pie Nic Cradifs
andl Wine Biscuit, .a nice assortment of
French Candies', Fresh Coconu't, Cream,
Plain Cathes, all kinds. Also Jellies in
Goblets, Tumblers and 2 poud Cans, Deel.
catedl Cocoanut, Pickles, Sardines, Oranges,
api 18- '. A, W HIT E,
1 Tierce of Fino Unoanvassed hiaths, for
sale low for'Cash.
sapl 18 flNATV & DRO.
Caindy I Ciudy?t
PICIfeLES, Green Corn, Fresh Tomattoes,
Salon and Lenions.,
Be'd Castings, fled Rollers, Table WVheels,
Assorted Pad Looks, somnethliing new to
keep te money from coming out, and
api 18 icT'YRE & C0'
-Ii AVJNG "proqmtred the
very best afeohanies in
-thb count:',* - fifelt way'
ranted in saying th.t I
or 519 H E: a anylihop
.i~at~hogv In thd South. All work
witrahed o gvesatisfaction, Mly Shop
is nest doof to F. Geria's Saddfery,
mar 10 gsLd8.. Mi. a(L BERT'.,
Orage indLemons i
may 7. - INiYBErn. & CO
TICKETS to the CONCERT
Fair and honest dealing in bry 'ood's'
flats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunkr, &o.,- card
be had at
DAVIDSON & CO'S.4
Now Dry Goodd Emnparlum, to it door to
Elliott & Co'd,
THE und4reigned, ou the first day of May;
sold uut their entir interest In the Restau
rant, Bat and Dilliard Saloon business to
their Into eflicient assistant-, THOMAS Wa
HABB, Jr., and take great pleasuro if re
commending him to the favoible consideri
atioti of their friends and eustomers.
. W. OLLEVER & C0
It will be sten by the above (hat i, 6dt
the first of Mity, Instant., became proprie.i
tor of (he businees lately carried on by E.
W. OLIEVER & CO., and trust, by strict
attention to business to retain all of the old
b6s(niers and miko iiiny now ones.
I am iow piepared to furnish all kinds ot
Wines ind Liquors, as well as all the
Summer Drinks, such as Mint Julips, Sher
fy CoM>lers, ClAi ret Punch, Lemonade, La.
ger Voer, Alo and Porter, aiso Meals, n0
shurt notice. divo me a trial
may 14 THOMAS W. RAB; Jr.
J. D. McCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel of Old Cabinet Ryo, 18004
I Bartel llaokber'f l1rdndy.
I Barrel Ginger Brandy,
Ramsey's Scotch Whikef.
Stiart.'s Irish Whiskey.
Also, a good Atook of drooeries, consist.
ing 6f Sugar, Coffee, 1Aio6, Molasses, Ba
oot, Lard, 11reakfast Strips. Sugat bitott
Shorliders and llama, Jars, Pink Ey', Ear
ly Rose, Goodrich and Peaoch Blow Pota
toes. jan 80
1 Car load Corn.
18,000 It.a. Flour in liarrol's and sa'eks'i
8,000 lbs. Batood' add Bulk Meat,
150 Dusthels meal,
Sugar and ('offee, diFerent grades,
A prliro lot W. I. Molas,
1 Barrel Fresh' Potroloim,
NEW AND ELEGANT
(ONSTSTI NGin part of Bureans Bed.
'Jste ds, ledrdonil Sotrs',. Chairs, VYalnut.
Writfaug Desks, something' n'ow for this mar-'
ketr Solid WlVuii~t Book Cases, Wardrobes,'
walnut and stained, Walnut and Miarblet op
Tabl'es. foe' parlor, Saloon Tables, Sofas,
&o. ,We are determined to sell, and s.0ll
ohieap for Cash. Those who wish Uhrgains
will do well (o call, see anid buy.
* Let those now buy who ndor boiigbh*
AndI those who always bought', tioW boy'
Of t at new and elegant Furniture, l'ow for
cash , at
api 27 neIldYRE'& C0'S.
- NEW AND A vTRAUrflT
MIJRd. LkUJDERDALE lt JbdL relbrne4'
-1 frdrla New York' add' ltImore with a'
very fu$l ail varied stock of- Millinery, La.'!
dies flant and BIonners, trirumed an~d unsh
trimmwed, lbbong. Flowers, Ruohes, Laces,
Edgithg,WIbiId anid Colored Pique., Mtug.,
hans, White and Colored Japattene Clot hs;
Le49s ored 8i li ~opl1ju, Grenadi ins
ath d f1iesAdenpe, Linern ahd L,ace Coh
la'. Ulainpid Gown'aird Ohetheide Yokes',
Prilling in all varietIes, Bdtstle Skirts, Cor
sets; 0 lov.es, l'araseiju, Uu,brollobs, -ieand.:
keroliefs and Jiosier, Linenq and 8pri
Caliooes,L'es an4 ents Shoes an. a -
tull Has Id-the Graev de patme:d, as v.1
es Hardware, Crcok , Tinware,. Slatfout
ary, Sohool Books and Medloinies, t$ogil
you need niore light call-foi" Lamps, U'qrd.
seum grd. Cand1en --
apl13 1). rLAUmnnn.lir.4,