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-K O L ternm. I
Schedule . A Bali
Trains going North-leave at 1.45
P. M. and 1 A. M.
Trains going South-leave at 10.45
A. M. and i1.30 P. M.
$20 Dollars Reward-R. K. Pick.
From his notice it will be adon that
Mr. T. Ross Robertson has boen ap.
pointed solo agent for this County a
for the recovery of the tax paid on
cotton between 1865 and 1868.
The Conoert Thursday night,passed
off to the entire satisfaction of the (
large audience present. Some of the
acting cspital, and taken all together, t
reflected credit upon the mangement. r
After the close of the performance, a
the young people tripped it on the I
light fantastic until after midnight. t
Assis&ance for fle Firensen.
A subscription list is being circula.
ted amongst the property owners in
town to raise a sufficient amount to
repair and render more serviceable
the apparatus used by the Hook and '
Ladder Company. We hope 'our
citizens will subscribo liberally, and
show their appreciation of an institu.
tion so valuable inl the community
See advertisement of Clothing by a
8. S. Wolfe. Road it all you want- v
ing in that line, and go and spend 4
your money where you can get the
worth of it.
A Notemorty Exaniple. e
It affords us much pleasure to re
cord the fact that the Masonio Lodge 8
at this place has resolved to make an f
annual contribution of twenty-five 1
dollars to the Palmetto Orphaus
Home, recently established in Colum- r
Lia. This commendable act savors of b
genuine charity, and is eminently in o
keeping with the true mission of Ma
sonry. We mention the above with n
more than ordinary feelings of pride, v
as the Craft in our midst are the first t
to rqspond to the call for aid for toe
The Charleston News says that a
heavy gold-headed ebony stick was to I
be seen at the establisbjent of Messrs.
Carrington, Thomas & Co., on Satur- a
day, which is intended asa present to
Judge. James M. Rutland, from the
members of the bar of the Fourth
Circuit. The stick is a very hand- p
some one, and is rendered doubly
valuable as a testimonial of the kind- d
ly feelings which exist between the
bench and bar of the Fourth Circuit.
Thae state Demnocratic Comn- P
This committee claim that they ~
were created in 1868, and still con- a
tinue in (ffice. If we are not mis- l6
taken, th'e Democratic party. in this a
State was buried in 1870, and the
Reform party organized in its stead, t
upon a Liberal basis. If the Demo- o
cratic party is dead, their committees I
are in the same category. This is a a
common sense view of the matter,.
We do not intend any reflection upon t
the gentlemen composing the com-t
mittee, but we nre bound to look upon I
their notion in the premises as very
Geo. P. RoweEl & Co. C
It is stated that there are receiv
ed and kept regularly on file at
the American Newspaper Adver
tising Agency of Goo. P. Rowell
& Co., New York, no less than 582
different A:nerican Daily Newspapers, r
56 tri-weeklies, 49 semi-weeklies, 4,
062 weeklies, 8 semi-monthlies and
320 monthlies, nmaking a wveckly aver
age of over Q,500 periodicals of all
kinds which are regularly'filed and
kept open for inspsection by advertis
ers and others who may be interested. A'
The. visi tor to New York froin Orogon, 1
Tens, Floridd~ -or Maine, can find at e
this establishment the local paper
On Dlis at Rlidgeway. o
The Big Guns- held a meeting nte
Ridgeway precinct last Saturday to y
get the fooling of the black commiuni
ty in regard to their will and choice for -
the next election, and after a quantity 1
of "Obe Joyful," was destroyed, 1. e. |
thrown away I-the mass repaired to
the apring, and amid the general bed-.
lum the names dit thsocandidates could v
be heard acc,ording as ho, she, or it- o
would' have it.I All are sure of
headingthe,tigket. 8o mote it be. a
The U. 8. Miarshal and his satel- 2
lIes are still abent, and *0 earnestly t
hope. they may remain away~. All our
little ttudglin' commiaunities desire Ii
Is to be let alone and 'they will pros.
e understand that Representative
4iim that Trial Justice Edmunds could
ttend to all the violations of the En
orcement' Act in his vicinity and
rould do it-if he would keep his
IHaving boon recently blessed with
ood .corn seasons-and good labor the
ropsare looking well, i. e., those that.
rere put in before the drought.
The frienda of Mr. David Soiglar
vill be pleased to learn that he is re
overing from his severe injuries, re
eived in endeavoring to rescue his
amily from his hur ing dwelling.
Quite a large party of young ladies
nd gentlemen repaired to Pearson's
tocks Thurkday afternoon, for the
iurpose of amHusemnt and pleasure.
eards, croquet, and flirting, were
rincipally indulged in until a colla
ion was announed, wiiub of oourse
coe;ved proper attention. The soft
bades of evening stole upon the hap
,y nisetnblage while lounging beneath
he sweet strains of nusic, and the
oursof twi-light were spent in the
1njoynent of both vocal and instru
iental music. Between 9 and 10
'clock the return homewards was be
un, and the noblo old rocks werp
nce more left alone in their quiet
randeur. The universal verdict was
hat every 003 in the party had spent
most delightful evening.
P. S. We neglected to mention that
ertuin members of the party, of a I
ather inquisitive turn of mind, found
neAt of young buzzirds, but tho rest
Pe must be excused from telling.
A chicken dispute was recently set
led in Columbia. The Greeley
bicken came out ahead. .
The Carolina New Era published at
partanbuig, nominates Jas. L. Orr
2r Governor and B. A. Bosenan for I
deutenant-tGovernor of the State.
The question in Columbia since the
acent gAle, is "Whether the top was
lown off or the bottom had fallen out
f the State House.
Boys who go into bathing should
ot remain in the water long. Many
ho transgress the laws of nature
hus, afterwards pay the penalty by a
spell of siekness.
'O Keep Files fron Btutter.
The Meridian Gazette is responsiv
l for the following.:
"An experiened house-keeper tells
ecoteniporary that flies may be kepL
ut of the butter plate on the table
y a &imple and nuvel expedient by
lanting in it a thick slice of bread,
ut column-wise and inserted in a
erpendicular position. Whether the
read scares off the flies or not the la
y cannot say, but she declares it oer
lialy keeps them) off."
A correpondent of a New York
aper relates a touching- insta~noe o
iseet instinet us follows : I found a
ockroach atruggling in a howl of
ater. I took hall a peantut shell for
.boat. I put himi into it and give
ian.two wooden toothpicks for oars,
nd left hima. The next morning I
isited him, and he had put a piece of
'hite cotton thread -on one of the
othpicks, and set the toothpick np
n one end as a signal of distresi.
Ie had a hair on the other toothpick,
ad there that cockroach sot a fi,bing.
'he coekroncb, exhausted, had fallen
sleep. The sight melited ame to
sarai. I never haid to "chew leather
o get a soul. I was bumi with one.
took the cockroach out, gave hi mn a
poonful of gruel and left. Thait nti
lnever lorgot that act of kind.aes..,
nd now my house is chuck-full of
The Life of the Flesh is in the Blood,'
This being the fact, It. is very obviousa
bat, wh-en thle blood becomes corrupted the
l.ole system becomes corrupt also. To
~i-ieve this, 11he irue ioticy undoubtedly is
y direct the remnedy to the sour-c of thle 1
isease. It Is in t his mnnrer that Dr.
uWts Sarsapasrilla and Queen's DelightI
cas Its specific effect is in uthe blond : it
uirifies it, vitalizes it, nnd expels all dis
mnper from the system.
uleir.g free from violer.t Alinerals, it Isi
dapted to general use. The old and youngi
ayl use It :the most delicate female, at
ny Ii... -i.ay take it.; the weak and en
eebled wil be str engthuened by it :t ic ten;
er infant, whlo mnay hiavo inhueriled dis
rae, may be olIred by it.
For Syuphihs, and all its trains of evils.
is a sure ant idote.
Dr Tutt's ILver 'Pills are a mild and gen
le putrgaaive, possesinga~ the pecuilatr merIt
f acting as a pow'rfulh agent in relieving4
angestive or torpid liver The;/ have no
)r. Tufa' ifair DUe !nmparts a Glossy Color.
MsLANOIIoLY J3RHAiC-UowN.--Thero are
vely bru.as-downs that make an audience
uugh, and there are sad and sorrowful
reak.downs thlat mlake the kind hearted
rieve. To the hitter class belongs the er
rvation of body and mlind which is usual
, onl...d "general dcoility," or '.nervous
'eakness'," and which, when neglecied, aooe
flonl terminates nii atrophy and deathI. A
rholesomeo medicated stimulant is alhe one
ling needed in cases of ttals descr'pt ion,
nd -soience itnd.experiehieo unite in point..
g to P'lanltatioa Bitters as tile true specd-.
e. The fact that It combines the proper.-J
es of an Invigorant with those of a regu. 1
ter a-id alterative, in exactly the proper
ens necessary to prodtuce a radicalehange I
the tone of. the system, and thes action of ;
te digestive and seeretive organs, is an I
nanswerable argument tn Its favor as a e
''0. M. D."-Don't stand aghast with
wre and fear, eyes wide open, hair on end
agers tightly clnnched with itm ide hat
these mysterious symbols are caballsti
signs and represent some secret organiza
lion of masked demons, who carry terro
mnd dismay with their midnight prowling
ind disperse on the dawn of morning.
Rol They are only the 'ittials of Dr
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, thal
leasant, medicine which has acquirel a Na
ional reputation and proven so eficaolou
n Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, %'onsumptioi
nd kindred djeases. For those complaint
t has no equal. Sold by all druggists.
WnosE FIN. lioUsC is TIAT?-SIOh wai
hie inquL.ty of a traveller as hie passed at
insualty well finished country residence
not a thous..nd miles from here. The styli
af the sashes, the brightness of the glns:
he beauty of the doors. the classic pat
terns of the mouldings, the neattiess or th
baltuster, and the statelines of t.he pillar
irotund th piazar, all struck tho travelle
with astonishment and adnmiation. An(
no wonder, for they were all furnished hj
M:- P1. P. TOALF, No. 20 lJnyne street
Charlesion, 8. C. may 2-fim
How We Used to be Physioked.
Who does not. r .mieinber tie time whet
ipring purgation was eonqiderd indispen
sable to sumimner health ? No matter fo
wry faces, tie Inevitable salts and senna
r1oul,arb, or caloumel and jalp, must be ad
ministered. 'heso ospring medicimnes," thi
youngft-ers were told, were to keep then
hale and hearty during the summer. W4
ti know now that this was a falacy: tha1
'm4w rigor. not depletion, is what Is requir
! at the coimmenceent of sminimner sol
it ico As a preparmtion for the enervalinj
fects of oppressive sumnmer weather, I
)ourse of lio-iletter's 4mlniaeh Bitters i,
iighly expedient. This fatnous vegetabi
ireparatihn hai three promineit. proper
ies: It. renovates, purilies and regulate:
ill the- fluncrions of the beidy. It is con
iosed cxotusively of pure vegetable pro
hmeeIons, viz: the eS-eil mi principle ol
Monor.g:iheln 1ye. ni tie most eiliemciou,
it and14 ilter'ivive roots, barks, and gum:
CIown i to m Mlicl hot.,11i"ts. Hence. it. i:
it absolutely safe tmedi'cie c, and no tine.
ure of the PIhriimicopioie can conpari
ivith it either in puri'y, or ini the variety o1
Is obijeoms. tild its comprehemisive results,
1lappily for inkind, the theory that il
was necessary to prostrate a patient in or
ler to cure him, is foreer exploded, and
lie trima philoscphical doctrinie, that vigoi
9 the great ninttganiist or disease, hat
aken its I lace. llos.etter's l1iteri is itt
ovigorant, and hence it.is the proper medi
:ine for tie feeble at. this most trying sea.
on of tIme year.
lie sure tIhi-t you obtain the genuino ar
icle, as there nre innumerable vile imita
ions i. the imarket. Look to Ihe ornamen.
ti sinmp, the engraved label, and Ih(
ame blown into, the glass. 8lostetter's
!tomrch Iitters is sold in bottles only.
A Nw 11AUTIFYNa AoaAT.-All Dentri'
rices had the.ir drawbacks, tintil tlie Salu
rious B ark of .tho Snap Tree was broughi
rom the Chillian Valleys to perrect the fra.
,rant Sozodant, the most delighitful erticlt
itr the teeth that a brush was ever dipped
"Cumit.urs's LivsSAVS'n Fon 50 CINTS."
very case of croup can be cured when
ir-t. taken, by Dr. Toi,as' Venelian Lini.
inent, warranted for 24 years, and never a
soitle returned. It also cures Diarrhea,
)ysenilery. Colic. Sore Throat, Cuts, Burns,
lid Externat Piins. Sold by the Drug
pisms. Depot, 10.Paik Place, N. Y.
VFNUs herelf would not have been beau
irul if her complexion had been bail. If
beauty is skin deep. it is necessary to so.
wre and retain that part of it.; an.i ladies,
nstend of resorting to paints nnd powders,
hould remember that. an impmire. blotchy,
ir sallow s. in is tie proof of feeble diges
ion. torpid liver, or vitiated blood. for all
vhich Da. WALIMr's CALIFoRNIA ViNOA11
1iTTRas is a Safe, sure and efficient reme
lunNrTT's COCOAINE.-No oils, neitheT
oimides or alcobolic washes-foreign or
lr-.aestlic---canm comp are wioh Coconinec asn
lAia DR)l Noit~ . It anchors the hair tirmly
o tIme scalp--gives it neow life and lustre
id rendeis it the "crowning glory" oi
>ot h sexes, 014d and young.
PnATT's A5rvar, 0z..-More accidents
>ecur fronm using unsafe oils, I han. from
.teamnboams and railroads' combined. Over
~0O.000 fanmilies continue to burn Prattc's
\strnl Oil, aind no accidents dliretly or in
lirectly have occuirred from burining. stor
ng or handling it. Oil Hlouse of Charles
rari, esmabhished 1770, New York. TV. D.
~lancy & Co., Chiarleston, agents for Sout h
A IIRAUTiFUYL WRITR, soft, -amootli andi
lhear skin is produced by using 0. WV.
n~ird's "Bloo'n of Yoth:' It remnoves tan,
eckles, surnburmns, andi all oilher discoilora
ions from the skin, leaving tihe complex
on brilliant and benuirifiul. Sold it. all
Iruggisis. 'I his prepnmrationt is entirely
roe from- any miateriat detrimental to
d usrtiTu Ratis:nv Nrmsan -Thanks te
drs. Winitlow's deoothing Syr'up, we havt
or y'ears been relieved from sleepiless
tht ot painiful watching with poor, suffer.
nm t eem hiing children.
Fomi DvsrmersA.-Indigestion, depres'sio.
if spli its and genoral debiility in t heir vat
Iius fai ins.; njiso. as a pirevenitive aigaiinst
'ever and Ague, amnd oilier interminiment fe.
ers The F'erro Phiosphioriated Elixir of
alisaya, made by (Caswell, itazardI k Co.
Gew York, anid sold by all Driiggistt. is ti
iest tonice, amid as a Ionic for paitmis r-c
:overing from fever or oilier sicknesses, ii
ans no equal
llism. s Ge:stxN Gor.nsN II5r,L 'or.onNm
N A-r'.t accoiring mo m le origiinal fiormiuln
if Provost P'nri ;, so long anid favoraly
I mown to I le en'miomiers oft liar ilanid. liar.
-nl nnid nialey and their' braniches. tor its
inie fragrance is now made by 11. WV. llisle
indl the trade siuppilied by his successors,
dlorgan &.itisley, Drrggirt's New York.
Tmumnsros's Ivony PCAur,L TOo-rm P'ownn,
rime beam marticle knmown for cleansing and
ireserving time te.eth and~ gums. Sold by
til Dru'tggists. Pa ice 25 antI cents per bot.
Ie. F. C. Wells & Co., New Yuirk.
CAnnor,mo Sar.vs unequtalledh As a Hlenling
Tomtpounid. Phiysiciar.s reconmmnend it at
lie trost inonderfuli remedy ever known.
rilco 25 cents. John F. hieuary, sole Pro.
rretor, 8 College Place. New York.
CtunisTauonu's IIAtn Din.--Thmis mag ifi.
omit compound is beyond contingency, the
anfest and most reliable Jiye in existence;i
ever failing to impart to the hlair, i.i
ormity of color, nourismerist and elastioi
y. Mannfact ory. (18 alHen Lane, N. Y*
PVAPNiA -ls Opium pmiiifmed of its elk
ing and poisenous qualities. It is a pet'
eet anodyne not produceing headache oi
onstipntiort of bowels, as Is the cease with
mIer preparatmonis of opium. John Farr'
hemist, Now York. may 0
FU FIlER M. BRASWVEIL, of Doko, 8. C.,
itolled before me the foll owir-g propert.y,
Ia . One black n,aro Mule, of medium sire,
bout, fomur years old, white nose, 'with the
atter "iT" branded en the left Jaw, ap.
raised at $150. Also, one bay inare
imile, of medium size about seven years
hd branded with the letter 'T'' on the left
iw, tappralsed at $180,
A Trial Justlee,
api 27-iamdm Rid'emey . C.
STRAYED on Sunday evening, the 12t1
Int., from my plantation on Wato<
Creek, near Posy's Ferry-a Dark Da
blara .1ULE-of medium size-the lettei
"A" branded on the loft hip. She is abou
four years o,d. Twenty Dollars Rewar(
will be paid for her delivery.
may 27-tlx2 R. K. PIIIKZTT.
THE undersigned has been appointe
sole agent for Fairfield County, to entel
into arrangements with farmors and plant
era to recover the tax paid upon Raw Cot
ton during 1865, 1806 and 1867. Part:i
interested will please call upon me at thei
I earliest convenience.
T. ROSS ROBERTSON.
CLOTHING I CLOTHING I
Best Assortment in Town I
Cassineres, Linens and Marseilles
InXX Muato I
MOORE GOODS COMING I
NOW IS THE TIME
To got BARGAINS, as it is lato in th
Bring the Gaish.
S. S. WOLFE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
I have now in stock a full and complete
assortment of the
Neatest, Prettiest and Best Goods
in Winnsboro. Will sell clesper than the
cheapest for the cash.
Bring the Cash and get Bargains.
S. S. WOLFE.
Delinquent and State Land
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OrrIC,
Fair-field County, 12th May, 1872.
"".170 acres, being the northwest corner o1
a tract of 500 acres on Biroad Rliver,joining
lands of J C Dial and others, having been
the property of D D) Fenley.
81 acrecs, being the northwest corner of a
tract of 274 acres, joining lands of J Y
Johnston, having been the property of es
ta te of II Kelley.
Delinquent Land ftr 1871.
140 acres, the property of the estato of
WV D Ash ford, joining lands of Mrs Nanoy
M i,con, James R Ashford and others-taxes
700 acres, the property of HI L Allen,
kntown as the 1lix place. on 25 tnile creek,
joining lands. of Lewis. Perry, 11 0 Dukes,
and othier,., taxes for 1871.
50.acers, the properly of Mrs Ellen Bar
her,joining lands of iR 11 Jennings, k 1
Trapp and others, taxes for 1808, 1809,
1874) and 1871.
.160 acres, the properly of E 8 Boney, 8
miles from Doko. joining lands of Rutland
& Ford, A Rhmer and others, taxes for
874 acres, the property of J A Bookhart,
near D)oko. joining lands of E~ S honey, E
iR 8tokes and others, taxes fvr 1871.
117 acres, the property of Alies Jane
floyles, on Cedar Creek, joining lands of
J VCampbell, A Y Robinson and others,
taxes for 1871.
99 acres, the property of Mrs E E
Crumpt on, on Y arboro' Cr. ek. Joining lands
of Geo Shedd, WV A Martin and otheos, taxes
558 acres, the properly of B IR Coekrell,
on head waters of Watoree Creek, joining
lands of estate of D Gailtard, WV Wade
tlrice, Sami Lathan and others1 taxes for
90n ae, thepro perty of Reuben Coleman,
on Beaver Creek, joining lands of William
Y ongue, Juo C Coleman and others, taxes
69! acres, the property of F J Cameron,
Joining lands of it. (1 Cameron and J F
Canmeron, taxes fur 1871.~
-810 acres, uhe property of 8 B Dunbar,
on head waters of Little River, and on the
Chsarlotoe, Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
joining lands of estate of John L Yonguo,
T R stirling and othe,s, for taxes 1871.
870) acres. the property of Fredriok
Entaminger, 6 miles from Dokco, joining
lands of Mrs iR Kirkland, estate of Daniel
lNelson, and 80 acres bid off by W WV Eats
minger, at a former sale of delinquent
land, saxes for 1871.
821 acres, tho property of John N Ent:.
minger, ,5 nmilfroum Doko, joining lands
of F. Ensaminger, and 19 acres ons the
northuwest corner, bid off at. a former sale
of dielinquent real estate and others, taxes
200 acres, the property of James Eat:
mhnger, 6 miles from D)oko, joining lands
of estaste of Dant Nelson, F? Ruff' and others,
taxes for 1871.
680 acres, the property of Joel P Penley,
on Little River, joining lands of 0 Leilner,
estate of John Jones and others, taxes for
601 acres, the property of J G Gibbs,
known as the James fiarrison place, join.
lag lands of Thomas Jones, John Robert.
son, Samuel DuBose and other., taxes f6t
44 acres,'the property of J7 Howell, on
Bell's 1'll Road, joining len.la of H A
Glean and others, taxes for 1871,
-806-acres, the property of Wn Hlamiltoni
on road-from A shfoud'g 'seFny to Wi=sboi..
joining lands of I H Means and others
known as the Ringer pla4e, taxes for 1871
1200 acres, the property of T J It Jones
on the Long Town road, joining lands o
8 F DuBose, I L Elliott, HannabJ enS an#
others, taxes for 1871.
100 acres, the property of estate f W I
Jones, on Thorn Tree Creek, joining landi
of H T Crum1ton, T J H Jones and'others
taxes tor 1871.
200 aores, the property of llanah Jones
on 1,ong Town road, J71ning lands pf T 1
H 16nes, - Eotes and others, taxes foi
'400 aores, the property of llan4fah Jones
on Bear Creek, join ng lands of htra L hi
Flannegan, T H Clarke, U Heims and oth
ers, taxes for 1871.
889 acres, the property of the childret
of 0 8 Jones, and listed by 0 8 Jones, at
guardian, on Dutchman's Creek, 4 milei
from Itifigeway, joining lands of T I
Walker, Reubin Motley and others, taxei
127 acros, the property.f 8 W Mobley,
Jr. joining lands of D VMNobley. Dr War
The. ne, estate of T S Dulloso and others,
taxes for 1871.
61 acres, the property of J A Martin, ot
Jackson's Creek, joining lands of Thomn
Jor,%an, estate of James Robertson and
others, taxes for 1871.
124 acres, the property of 0 Brooks Mor
gan.joining lands of estate of Isaac Mor.
rip. 0 P Martin and others, taxes for 1871,
180 acres, the property of M H1 McGrady,
on Crooked Run Creek, joining lands of (
D Smith, David l.amack, Thomas MoKin.
siry and others taxes for 1871.
488 acres, the property of Mrs L A MNob.
ley. now Mrs Keller, joining lands of Mr
M Woodward, Geo Simpson and *others,
taxes for 1871.
141 aeres, the properly of Mrs Mary
Miller, on Cedar Creek, boundary not
known, taxes for k,l.
93 acres, the prbperty of Treivant Ogles.
by, on the right, of the road from Rocky
-Creek Church to Ashford's Ferry, joining
lands of estate of Dr MoMeekio, J It Lylea
and others, taxes fof 1871.
110 acres, the properly of W 8 Rabb, on
the cast of Winnsboro, 25 nores of which
i-i in the corporate limits of the town, join.
ing lands belonging to Mt. Zoin Society, i1
L Elliott and o:bers, taxes for 1871.
160 acres, thq property of 11 Y Robinson,
6 miles from Itidgeway, on Cedar Creek,
joining lands of Dr. Thomas R. Center,
Moses Wooten and others, taxes for 1871.
110 acres, the property of J K Smith on
25 Mile Creek, joining lands of A McLol.
land and others, taxes for 1871.
46 acres, the property of James Steven.
son, Sr., on hed wate of Wateree Creek,
jolaing lands of Jno l'ouglass, T W Erwin
and others, known as the Wm Wilson place,
taxes for 187!.
116 acres, the properly of James H
Stewart,joining lands of James Turner,
John M lice and others, taxes for 1871.
25 acres, the properly of J D Stewart, on
26 Milo Creek, joining lands of Nancy
Cooper, W 8 Perry and others, taxes for
583 acres, the lroperfy of W J Shelton,
8r, on Broad River, joining lands of W
tCrr, C W Faucett and others, taxes for
1000 acres, the property of estate of J
P Thomas, 2 miles from iidgeway, on Ce
dar Creek, joining lands of W Rt Kennedy,
J C Bulo, Mrs E P Bones and others, taxes
40 acres, the property of estate of J A
Wooten, in Township No. 8, joining lands
of estate of R Wilson and others, taxes for
100 acres. the property of estate of R
Wilson, on Bear Creek, joining lands of
J A Wooten. estate of DJ Joiner and others,
taxes for 1871.
78 acres, ;he property estate of R
Wilson, on drains of Bear reek, joining
lands of 11 T Crumpto 1 others, taxes
60 acres, the prop y of estate of R
Wilson, on the drains6f Fl,t Branch, join.
ing lands of John Cooper, J B Cloud, Jo.
mima Watts and others, taxes for 1871.
The Treasurer of Fqirfiled County, will
offer for sale to the higliest bidder on Mon.
day, the 8d day of Ju next, the above
described real estate, purchased by the,
State at the sale of "Delinquent, Lands" of
1868 and 1860, for whiej warrantee deeds
will be made by the 8 ite of South Care
Thie Delinquent Real Estate of 1871, will
be sold to the person offering to take the
least, portion thereof, and pay all the taxes,
penalties, costs and charges against, such
real estate and titles, in fee simple, will be
given for the number of acres bid.
The eale to continue from day to day un
LiI the whole is dispospd of.
may 21-t2xS County Auditor.
Notice to Tax Payers lI
BY a recent Act of the Legislature, we
.)have been commanded to pay an alddi
In order to meet this db mand, we have (10.
termined to inform ah citizens of Fairfield
County, that we have on hand and are oen
tinually receiving Liquors of all grades.
which are to :be sold at reduced rates for
cash. WYe have "Old Mountain Crown"
PURE RYE WHISKEY,
that we put against, the State.-in point of
quality ;-at, a price thapt will suit all 1ov.
cert of a pure article. -Isu several Ba,-rels
of Pure Corn WVhiskep Wine, Gin, Rum,
AmIty and White W,hleat WVhiskey. A pro.
eminent, article of "Old French Branedy,"
which we recommend for medicinal purpos.
es. Those in scare' of a genuine article
of 'Whiskey will be tre to find it by caill
lng on as. U. G.yESPORTES & Co
apr 28 Corner No. 1.
NEW A R RVA LS,
J. D. McIC ARLEY'S.
1 Barrol of Old Cabine4 Rye, 1880.
I Barrel Blackberry lIr dy.
1 Barrel Ginger Brandy,
Ramsey's Scotch Whisk e.
8tuart.'s Irish Whiskey.
Also, a good stock of oceries, consist.
lag of Sugar, Coffee, 'tice, Molasses, Ba
con, Lard, Breakfast litrips, Sugar Cnreal
Shoulders and Hlama, Jars, Pink Eye, Ear.
ly Rose, Goodrich and',Peach Blow Pota.
to- , Jan 80
Just IReceivedl anS to Arrive.
O NE ear load choice. AJgusta and one car
,load of St. Louis lFour, one ear load
prime White N. C. rnw, Hlhds R. and C,
Rt. Bacon Sides, i lids. R. and C. R. Dry
Salt Sides, choice N.- 0. and Common Mo
lasses, A, ex-C and bes)arara8u gar, fancy
and Common Rio Coffee, Yotung lyson and
Gun Powder Tea, Whole Rice, Cheese and
American Club Ftsh, a superior article
of 8ish, tmuo1: cheaper and better than Sar
dines, Big Bug, $dbttle Lisste, Jockey Club,
Gorilla and many other favorite brands of
Cigars, fresh Candy, Assorted Pioklge and
Jellies, Baltitwote City Boap, the beet Famil
ly Soap in time,s for sale by
api 4 - n J. aVoAI,EY
.S P-.R I N G
MoMASTER & BRICE
ARE now recelving a choloo olock
Fashionable and Nitaple Dry Goods,
which (lie Indies may find beautiful l1lt
$ilks, Japaneso Silks, Liinens. Musli
Pique Cloth, Grenedine. Dolly Vardensi
oilier Dress Goods. Elegaut Laces, R
bons, and other dress trimmings.
Shectings, Towelings. Quills, Musqu
Nets, Oil Cloths, Mailings and other hou:
A good supply of Cassimeres, Linei
Cottonades, Clothing and Hats for Ml
and Boys, ns vell as an unnal inrgo v
dition to their stock of Fino Shoes a
Hardware, Woodenware, Crockery, Boo]
Paints and Medioinos.
Together W h
A beautiful sto,k of 'Vall Paporis
Window Shades, &o.
The Inspection of the Publio is Invit
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
And have recently opened a lot of
DRESS GOODS, LAWNS,
CAMBRICS, O LINENS, &c.
Special attention Called to a
No4 offered at the low price of 50 ccr
for dach article.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
NEW AND) ATTRACTIVE
MR8. L.AUDIERDALE lhas just returni
.ifromn New York and Baltimore with
very full and varied stock of. Aillinery, Ls
dies liats and Bonne's, trimmred and' ur
trimmed, Ribbons. Flowers. Rluohes, Laco
Edgings. White and Coloredl Piqutes, Mful
lins, White and Colored Jnpanesae Cloth:i
Lentos, Colored Silk Poplins, (Grenadiar
and Perenics Crape, Lineon and haCe Cc
lars. Stamped (ownt and Chemneise Yoke'
FrIlling in all vairietle, Bustle Skirts, Col
Bets, Gloves. Parasols, Uulhrelins, Ilan
kerohlef.s and Ilosiery, Linetis and Sprin
Calicoes, Ladies and (Gents Shoes and Os
ters, Braid Chignons and Switches. Also
full line in the Orocery department, as we
as lardhwnro, Crockery, Tlinware, Stntior
nry, School hooks and Aledicines, Shoul
you need more light call for Lamps, Peotre
leuam and Cand!es.
apli18 D. LAIUDERDA LE.
25U00LBS. 0. R. Bacon Sidei
D)ry Salt and Smoked. For sale low fc
may 14 JNO. H., CATHCART.
Oranges &.nd Lemons !
A LO ofvry fieORIANGES a
ny 7 MfoINTYREB & CO.
WI m Just Received.
1 Tieree of Fine Uncanvas.ed flame, ft
sale low for Cash.
ap1 18 . BEATY&A nrO.
1 Car load Corn.
18,000 It.s. Flour in barrels and sacks,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meal,
150 Bushels meal,
Sugar nad Coffee, different grades.
inl A prime lot W. I. Molasses,
ns, 1 Barrel Fresh Petroleum.
FOR SALE BY
BOOT AND SHOE
MX E . XXX :%e: t 41 X
is, HAVING procured the
on very best Mecolianices I
A. tho couniry, I feel war
id ranled in saying (liat I
cnn furnish as neat BOOT
or 81i0E as any Shop
in the South. All work
warranted to give satit-faction. My Shop
is next (oo1to F. Gerig's Saddlery.
mar 10 8. M. GILBERT.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
id. Menmphis, Tenn.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Vice Pres't.
J. D. KENNEDY, Stm'e Agent.
may 10-1y Local Agent.
ATICKETS to the CONCRTE
Fair and honest dealing in Dry Goods,
Ilnts, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunk,, &o., can
be had at
BDAV IDSON & CO'S.,
New Dry Goods Empariu'm, nodx door to
Eiliott & Co's.
Uins just received a large and splendid
s assostmient or Dry Goods5, Ladies Dress
I. Goods, Notions, Fanoy Goods, Shoes, &o.
. lso fresh Groceries, Bacoon, Flour,
e- Mackerel, Lard. Meal, Grist. Sugar, Coffee,
.Tea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil,
- Fashionable Milliner,
Wisahes to inform her friends and patrons
t'iat she has j ut opened a full stock of the
' latestsatyles of lHats, Bonnets, Ribbotas,
rLaces, Flowers, &o., and will, as hereto.
fore, use every effort to please the most fas
tIdIous. Orders will receive careful and
- prmpt attention. Bridal and Mourning
Bonnets, made to order. Also latest slyleu
Ohlgnons, SwItches, Fancy J,welry, La.
dies Tyos, &e. api 18.
1 Bbl. Ftdtnn Market'Corned Deef,
, Box Smoked Buffalo Tongu'ee
r 1 Bbl. fine Eating Onions.
1 BibI. extra Aine Table Syrup,
mar 19 TR. ROTERTEO