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Sehedule V. . & A. Rail
Trains going North--leave at 1.45
P. M. and 1 A.M.
Trains going South-leave at 10.45
A. M. and 11.80 P. M.
The advertising agency of Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, represent
ted by Roswell T. Logan, Esq., is the
only authorised agency for this paper
New Flour was sold in this market
Saturdiy, by Mr. D. t. Flenniken, at
eight dollars per hundred. It was
ground by Messrs. Jackson & Co., of
A considerable amount of land was
sold Monday under the Auditor's
hammer. Behold the beauties of
There will be a Public meeting of
the citizens of this County held at the
Court House on Saturday next at 10
o'olook A. M., for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the State Demo
cratio Convention to be held in Co
lumbia on the 11th of June.
The Cotton Tax.
For the information of parties ir.
terested in the refund iog of the cotton
tax, we will state that, in order to es.
tabli6h their claims, it is necesary to
pr,duce their cotton bills, to be put
on file with the agent at this place.
We have received during the past
four or five days cheering accounts of
the cotton and corn crops. Small
grain will fall helow half the usual
yield. With good seasons corn and
cotton will turn out fully as well as
Tbe Radicals meet in National
Convention in Philadelphia thisaweek,
to nominate candidates for President
and Vice-President. It is generally
conceded that Grant will be renomi
mated. Wilson, of Massachusetts, is
the most prominent man for the see
R. Means Davis Esq.
This gentleman son, of ouresteemed
fellow-citizen, Col. 11. C. Davis, was
admitted to practice law in Columbia
last Tuesday. Mr. Davis is a gradu
ate of our State University, where he
took a very high stand. He has fine
talents, a pleasing address and is
well qualified for the legal profession.
We predict for a brilliant career.
Mr. F. Elder has put another addi
tion to his already large store, which
makes it the largest in town. He has
also fitted up a handsome brick cot..
tage on Vanderhost street, which is
an ornament to that portion of town.
We understand be intends to erect
another store next door to Messrs.
Baeiot & Co. A few more such men
as Mr. Elder, would be very accepta
ble to Winnsboro.
Exi emiion of KL. K. Act.
We acknowledge the receipt of a
copy of a speech delivered by Hion.
T. J. Robertson in the U. S. Senate,
in favor of the extension of the sus
pension of habeas cor-pus. We are
gratified to know, however, that the
distinguished efforts of Senator R.
proved unavailing in keeping our peo
pIe under martial law.
We regret to- learn of a considera
ble destruction of property by the fire
fiend on the plantation of Capt. R. C.
Clowney last Friday. A small negro
girl struck a match in the corn crib,
which wras soon In flames, the'"fire ex
tend ing to the stables and carriage
house. The crib was burnt up, to.
gether with about 200 bushels of corn,
also the stable, carriage house, car
riage and harness. Loss -estimated at
$1000 to $1200. No insurance.
The unusual operation of hysteroto
my was performed in Columbia, on
Thursday, by Dr. J. T. Darby, upon
a colored woman. The womb and
nine tumors were removed. Dr.
Robertson of this place was present,
together with the members of the
medical profession in Columbia.
The patient, when last heard from
was doing well: The operation,
which we believe is seldom attempted.
was deemed necessary in order to
The Meat Market.
We must believe that our present
Council made a great mistak, in
changing the usual regulations of our
Meat Market. The old system of
renting the Market; house for a stated
period worked much more satisfac.
Under the present arrangement, it is I
rery diflcult to get moat r9gularly, as V
he cost of selling it in Town keeps it o
>ut of the market. Can not some V
'urther action be taken by our "City d
iathers" to render' more certain' the q
&hanoOs of getting a good steak or r
>hop regularly ? I
For Greeley and Brown.
The Charleston Republican, the
ldest Radical newspaper in South
Uarolina, hoists the banner of Greeley d
ind Brown. It takus the ground that
they are better ReptAblicans than
President Giant, and that their inter- u
3st will best promote the true inter. b
asts of the Republican party.- .
It also dcolares that henoefor
ward only honest and capable Re
publicans must be elected to offloes of s
he State government.
We were shown last Thursday sov. d
ral cotton stalks measuring twelve
inches in length, and contai,n from
swo to four equar0s. These stalks
were from the field -of Mr. W. R. r,
aarrison. Mr. G. informs us that he m
ias about seven acres that will aver- P
ge the same height. We don't wish
it understood that the above is an
tverage of the cotton crop of this t
Dounty, as several of our farmers a
iave just finished planting, owing to a
,he recent dry spell. We are greatly
n want of rain to push forwarid the n
ender plants that is just peeping out i
>f the ground.
Bon rd of flealtia.
The Town Council having failed to '
ict upon our suggestions, and those of 0
>ur correspondent "Sanus," in regard t
'o taking meaures to secure good P
lealth in the community, we feel call- o
Ad upon to again ask their attentlou 0
o this important matter. We may a
ippear rather importunate, but the
.ubject is a serious one, and deserving u
>f immediate consideration. The h
Jounoil must bear in mind that they t
tre the custodians of the entire in
ereats of our Town, and aside from c
iumane motives, it is their duty to 3
iee that no resident of the Town, M
iowever humble, suffers through a
5chedule of Prices. V
We suggest to the merchants of our
L'own to combine in arranging a
weekly schedule of selling rates of the
various wares and goods sold in this
market. In doing so, possibly there k
might be established a regular stand o
ird of prices in heavy lines. Only d
the leading articles wight be enume
rated. Something t-f this kind would b
be a convenience to our country t
friends, and would tend to break t
up the cut-throat habit of under sell- .
ing, which is Tracticed so much
among our merchants. If a Board of
Trade were put in operation, the
thing would be more easily effeoted.
We want to see more public spirit in ~
our community, and hope our engges. t
Lions will be acted upon.
Ring vs. Ring.
lEdwin F. Gary, State Auditor, hadr
an injunction taken out Saturday in
Columbia before Justice W illard, re- I
straining the State and County Treas-i
urers from putting in circulation cer
tain certificates of indebtedness or
bills of credit, known as revenue bond
scrip of the State of South Carolina; 1
also from receiving the Bond Sorip
for past due taxes in 1868, 1869, 1870
and 1871, and for taxes to be collect
ed for the present year ; also from re
ceiving or paying out the said Bond
Scrip to and for any liability of the
State ; also from paying any note, due
bill, ocider, certificate, drawn or en
dorsed, or to be drawn or endorsed by
Niles 0. Parker, State Treasurer, out
of any moneys or funds, collected or
held by them, for State purposes.
From the St. Louis Republican of
the 29th of May, we clip with pleas.
ure the following paragraph :
"Major T. W. Wood ward of South
Carolina rend an essay on the Influence
of Forests upon Rainfall. The sub
jeet was treated in a pleasing and ca
tertaining style ; evidently written by
one who had lived a country life, and
was familiar with nature in all her
aspects. It was received with ap
plause. The essayist showed that
trees and forests have a very percep
tible influence in attracting, retaining
and promoting moisture, and that
their destruction was the principal
eause of recent frequent droughts.--.
He said that every tr,.ee that was fell
ed was so much taken from the wealth
of the cionntry.
"Corn. Maury expressed his high
appreciation of the essay, and fully
corroborated its statemnents. He mov
ed that the thanks of the meeting be
awarded the essayist. The motion
was carried with enthusiasm."
Mr. Alexander Frozworth, a very
old citizen of Sumter County, died
The Spartanburg Spartan says that
the tempoaryt traaor cotnnaking the
partunburg and Union Railroad with
io Air-Line Railroad is being vigor.
usly and rapidly pushed forward add
ill be nearly, it not quite completed
uring the present month. A large
uantity of iron rails has already ar
ived, and fresh cargoes are expected.
'he masonry at Pacolett Is fast ap.
"reserving Cut Flowers.
A lady correspondont of the Ohio
'artner gives the following practical
ireotions for preserving out flowers :
"Not every lover of flowers has
3arned that sand is better than clear
'ater for the preservation of house
ouquets. With it' fill the d6shes
early three-quarters full, and make
very wet to receive the flower stetus.
lowers keep fresh longest if out
ien the due is on them, and fade
onest if out when in warm sun. The
rater that stands on the top of the
nd should be renewed every day ; a
inch of salt will do no hari and may
o good, though I have never found
of marked efficacy.
"When the flowers grow.passe,pRut
ie atems in bot'water -forA.iIve min
tee, then out the ends of' a little and
3turn them to the sand in which the
!ater is about milk-warm. When
raoticable. sot out flowers out in the
ew at night.
"A plato of sand filled with short
temnn-d white flowers, itanke a beau
iful ground-woik upon whih to placeo
3arlot geraniulns, pink verbenas, or
ny other bright colured flowers. A
Ulte thading of green is uf course
ecessary, and if arranged with taste,
o haudsomer table adornment can be
An onterpribing youth, of pleasing
ayp, has been doing the good people
f Columbia. His operations are
bus described by the Union :
Some time ago a young man, of
leasing business aldress, solicited
rders from the business men of this
ity for cards, or advertisements, upon
large card beautifully embellished
ith photographs. Having secured
be requisite number, the young man,
-ho gave his name as W. Strong, left
is order to have them printed with
he Republican Printing Company.
'he cards printed, he filled the epace
f one of teim with the pictures de
igned, framed it, and taking it as a
,mple collected the money for the
hole. The cards remain unfnished
ad unframed at the Company's ofice ;
nd the frame of mind that those who
abseribed are in, is not calmer by
he disappearance of said individual.
'his notice may be of value should
e undertake the same trick elbe
There seest be no limit to the
agenuity of those Connecticut Yan
ees. A farmer in that State has just
ontrived an infernal machine for the
estruction of crows, in the shape of
kerual of corn which explodes on
oing picked up by the unsuspecting
ird, aild blows his head off without
he slightest iv.rning. The supposi.
ion is that the crow is never able to
ollect bis scattered senses sufficient
y to ascertain what caused the dam.
Massachusetts politics have had a
ensation in the defection of F. W.
lird, heretofore a republican "tower
fstrength'' in the central portion of
liat State, who lias made a speech
renouncing his abandon ment ifit shall
e-noiulinate Prebident Grant, and his
onditionsl adhesion to the demoo
The Cotton Associntion of St.
~ouis have decided to offer $100,000
n premiums for cotton this year, the
amze as last, the cotton to be exhibi
ed at the Aunual Fair of the St.
is Agricultural and M~echanioal
issooiation, to be held early in Octo.
The absolutely oldest mason of
whiom any traces have been found for
week past, is Flathier Styles, of Pros
ott, Wis., who was 106 years old on
he 21st. He was made a mason in
3anada in 1797.
Within ithe past year 200.000 boxes ef
DR. rUTT's VEGE:TABLE LIVER I1LLS
bave besen et.ld, and not a single iinae
Is known where thxey have failed to give
tatisfaction. If you would enjoy life, have
fie appetite and robust health, use thcso
AUGus-ra, November, 1809.
D)r. W.~ 1. Tuft
It affords me much pleasure to testify to
bhe great value of you'r Liver Pills. They
are all they are represeted to be. In my
opinion, there are no Pills so well adapted
to the Southemn clImate as they are.
late of Richmond, Va
The BDarbers I'refer Dr. Tutt'. eair Dyje.
Dn. Sacs's CATAunntI RusanvsD is no Pa
aent Medicine hum'bug, gotten up to dupe
he ignorat, and credulous, but Is a perfect
Bpeoifio fer Nasal Catarrh, "Cold in the
head," and kindred diseases.
SGr,onious Rsoup.--Twelve years ago
i few modest lines in a New York Journal
rivited public attention to a new Vegeta
le Restorative, end solicited a trial of its
merts as a remedy fqr digestio'n, billoeuq.
lees, fever and agnie, debility, nervous die
>rdiers, rheumatism, and all complaints re
guirinig invigorating and regulahing ts'pat,
nent.. In tis quiet, unpretentions way,
Plantation Bitters was introduceu to 'the
world. It was a success from the begins
iing. All that was claimed for it as a ten
C, a oorrective nd' antidote' to' 'malarious
~ever, was found to be etriotiy true. With
n five years the annual sales of this article
mounted to over One Million of Bottles.
few years m,oje and the <4emand had
twelled to Five Millions. The~ annual cos
'nmption of the bitters h4e now' i4'ched
be almost incredible aggregate of Six Mil
ions of Bottleu,and for every bott?4eeld's
cry of the lllustrated Medical Aeau41,
pulse_yth _rDitrs tasa of
WHoss FIRN HWoum1 is TItAV?-*BUolt wal
the inqula.y of a traveller as he passed at
unsually well finished country rijdenof
not a thotsnd miles fhow liere. 0Te sty 4
of the sashes, the brightness of ginasi
the pesaup'f' the tor, th8elai19. pk
torne of the u6ouldiigs, the deatoilig of thi
balusters, and the statelloes of the pillari
around tho plamar, all struck the travelle
with astonishment and adinhation. Anq
ho wonder, for they were all furnished bj
Mr. P. P. TOALM, No. 20 Hayne street
Charleston, 8.-U. may 2-1 tit
A Painful Condition.
It is a sad thing to pass through life onl;
half alive. Yet there aro thousands whoa
habitual condition is one of languor an
debility. They comp'ain of no specif,
disease: they suffer no positive pain; bui
they have no relish For anything which af
fordo nientalorlpensuouspitaeuto. In nini
oases out of ten this state of lassitude tnu
torpor arises from a morbi,l stomach. in
digestion destroys the e.nergy of both usn
and body. When the waste of natur'e il
not supplied by a due and regular assimi
lation 7of food, every organ Is sta'ved
every function interrupted.
Now, what does common sense sugges
under these circumstances of depression
The system nee.is rousing and s'rongthon
Ing ; not merely for an hour or two, to sin]
afterwnrd into a more pitiable conditdo
than ever (na it assuredly would do If ni
ordinary a coholio stimulant wore resortor
to,) but r%dically and permanently.
flow is title desirable objoot, to boeaccom
Plisled? The answe' to this question
founded on the unvarying experience of i
quarter of o century, is easily given. In
fluse now vigor into the digestive organi
by a course of llostetter's Stomach Bitters
Do not waste time by administering tempo
mnry remedies, but wake the systaem up b
recuperating the fountain-head of physica
strength and energy, the grent organ upot
which all the other organs dopend for theil
By the ime that a dozen doses of M4
great vegetabie tonic and invigorant hav4
been taken, the feeble frame of the dyspep
tic will begin to feel its benign influence.
Appet to will be created, and with appetitq
the capacity to digest what it- craves. Per
severe until the euro Is complete-unti
healthful blood, fit to be the material o:
flesh and muscle, bone and nerve and brain
flows through the channels of circulation
instead of the watery pabulum with whiol
they have been heretofore ben imperfeotlj
nourished. juno 1
A Nvw BRAUTrINO Aoar.-All Dentri
frices had their drawbacks, until the Salu
brious Bnrk of tho Soap Tree was brough
from the Chillian Valloy. to perfect the fra
grant Sozodont, the most delightful ertiol
for the teeth that'a brush was ever dippetl
"CjtT.nni's ,ivns ATIED Von1 50 GUNTil.'
Every case of croup can bo cured when
first taken, by Dr. Tobias' Venetian Lini
ment, warranted for 24 years, and never t
bottle returned. It a'so cures Diarrhoon
Dysentery, Colic. Sore Throat, Cute, Burns.
and Eaternal Pains. Sold by the Drug
gitfs. Depot, 10 Park Place, N. Y.
VE.xus herself would not have been beau.
tiful if her complexion had been bad. I
beauty is skin deep, it. is necessary to so.
cure and retain that part of it; an.I ladies
instead of resorting to paints and powders
should remetubor that an itupe, blotchy
or sallow sin is the proof of feeble digos
tion. torpid liver, or vitiated blood, for all
which Dit. WALCER's CALIFORNIA YINEOAE
BITTERS is a safe, sure and efficient reme.
I BURNYTT'S CoCoAINE.-No oils, neithei
pomades or alcoholic washes-foreign oi
domnestic-can con.pare with Coconine as i
Ifllt Dittfsllo. It anchors ihe hair firmi
to the scalp-gives it now life and lustre
and renders it the ,crowning glory" o
both bexes, old and young.
PRATT's ASTVAL OiL.-Moro accidenti
occur from using unanfe oils, than front
steamboats and railroads combined. Ovet
200,000 ramilies continue to burn Plratt'i
Astral Oil, and no accidenti' directly or in.
directly have occurred from burning. stor
lig or handling it. Oil mouse of Charlei
Pratt, ostabhshed 1770. New York. T. D
Clancy & Co., Charleston, agents for Sout.
A BsEAU'rIWUJ Wit aTE, soft,- "dootia and
clear skin is produced by using 0. W
Laird's ''Bloo'n of Youth.'' It removes tati
freckles, sunhurnts, and all other discolora
tions frotn the skin, leaving the complex
ion brilliant and betautiful. Sold et. al
druggists. Ti preparation is entire1l
free from any muateriat detrimental t
.tUsT TirE RRMEnDY NRanan.-Thanks t
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, we hav
for years been relieved from sleeples
night. of painful watching with poor, suffor
ing, teething children.
l?on DvsrarstA.-Indigestion depressie
of spirits and general debility in their vn
rions forms; also, as a preventive again:
Fever and Agne, and other intermittent fc
vers. Thae Ferro Phosphorated Elixir<
Calisaya, made by. Cauwell, Hazard & C
New York, and sold by all Drtuggiste, is th
best tonic, and a's a tonic for pnttsents rc
covering frotn fever or oilher sicknesses,i
has no equal.
RuaLnv's UsEtiEWR GothEw 1iEtt. ('ol.OO
WAtaa according to the original formul
of Provost Pari.4, so long and favorahl
known to the customers of Hiaviland, hai
ral and 1hialey anid their branches, for i
fine fragrance is now made by H. W. Risle
nnd( the trade supplhied by his sttccessori
Morgan & Rtisley, Druggist's New York.
TntURsToN's.IvoRY PEARL TooTn PownE:
The best article known for cleansing ar
preserving the teeth and gums. Bold h
all Druggists. Prieo 25 and cents per be
tIe. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
OAninott BALr,v unequalled as a Hlealin
Compound. Physicinns recommend it
the most wonderful remedy ever known.
lErico 26 cents. John F. Ihenry, sole Pr<
prietor, 8 College Place. New York.
CeatsrAnoho's lAtin Dru.-.This magi
cent compound Is beyond contingency, il
safest anti most reliable Daye in existenca
nevor failing to itopart to the Hair, un
formity of color, nourishment and elastic
ty. Manufactory. 68 Mai-.en Lane, N. Y
PVAP'NIA is Olpium purified of its al
ning and poisonous qualities. It is a pa
feet anodyne not producing headache
constipation of lbowels, as is the case wi'
ot her preparations of opium. John * Far
Chemist, New York. may 0
JjATS and Caps, shrire. Prontw, Ladi:
Cuffs and Collars, Hiandkerchlef
Gloves, floes, &o., just received by .
feb20 McI NTlY R & Co.
.Say and Corn,,
of 'lales '5'iiothy,r
gi(, Bushels Prime White Corn. Jul
received and Will be sold1 low for ca'sh,
apI 80 B3EATY & BitO.
Iron and Steel.
P LOW -MOU LDS' and a large lot of H ir
ware. Also Turpentine Soap, Pha
Osnaburga and Brown H omespun.
feb1 M o fMATEll & IRICB.
- Just Received.
1 BbI. Fultan Market Corned Deef,
1 Ib1. estrb esh Tabl Syfsp.1f
. ma 19 . TrR. RnE Rt'Ma
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
TunAtide.si,n.d hafing soid out. thoir
entire interest In'the Der, Billiard and Res.
taurani Saloon, to Thomas W. Rabb, find
It necreary to close their books. All per
sons knowing themselves to be indebted,
are earnestly requested to come forward
without DELAY and settle up (if not with
money. by note,) as the business of the
firm must be alosed. The books will be
left In the hands of T. W. Rabb for a short
t juno 4 Z. IV. OLLEVER &CO.
. HE Intendant and Wtrdans of the Town
- of Winnnburo, in Council inet, do or.
r dain, That the ordinance of April 10th,
1 1872, in reference to the ta: on the sale of
L fresh meats be modified, so that the sale of
? any hog, sheep or goat, weighiig over 25
pound., uhe tax be 50 cents, and any weigh
ing 25 pounds or lces, 25 ceno! be the tax.
Also. that any beef weighing over 40
pounds to th quarter, the Iax be $1, and
any weighing 40 pounds or less, 60 certs
be the ta.
Done in Counoll. in the Town of Witns
I bore, this 15th day of May, 1872.
r JAb. W. LAW,
, [L. S J Intendasu.
D. It. FLENVIKER, Clerk of Council.
Oranges. ud Lemons !
A LOT of very fine ORANGES and
-11 LEIONS, just received.
may 7 MclINTYRE & CO.
25,000 LUS. C. 1. Nacon Sdes,
Dry Salt and Smoked. For sale low for
mny 14 JNO. 11. CATIICART.
SECOND SUPPLY I
We are now receiv
ing our Second
Spring and Summer
AI 11D .,AD -4.
All sold at lowest
L ADD BROS. & 00.
S H OES, SIHIOES.
The Second supply
of new and beautiful
nShoes of all styles.
TMan y mrade, to our
"own ordIer, now corn
, ing m at
LADD BROS & 110s
Notice to Tax ?ayers I
~ Y a recent. Act of the Legislature, we
~~)have been commanded to pay an addi
In otcler to meet this deman~d, we have de
>r termined to Inform the citizens of Fnairneld
hCountjP, that, we ha~ve en hand and are con
r tinually receiving Liqors of all gradesC.
'which are to ',b. sol at redneted rates for
cash. We have "Old Mountain Crown"
- iYURIN RTE WISK(EY,
athat we put against the Btate,--n point of
Squality i-at a price that will suit. all 1ow
era of a pure ar ticle. Alsu several Barrels
.of Pure Corn WVhiskey, Wine, Gin, Rum,
Amity and.White Whleat Whbiskey', A pre
emlinent artioto of '-Old French Irandy,"
which we recommend for medicinal purpos
es. Those In searuh of. a genuine article
*of lVhiskey will be sure to find it by calL'
ing en us. U. (O. D)M8PO T E8 & CO
d 'ONI Tierco more of those fine unosanaas
- On e oar load Prime White Corbl .
'A hot ef unmixed Cow Peas for 8e.
HlOE LAST to Tree Orim1R
SDoare, ' A, es, ps, hot
* Th a gAks ,a )f tW?deW c
CLOTHING I CLOTHING I
Best Assortment in Town!
Cassieres, Linens and Marseilles,
rX:a. Bu.:Lta I
MOORE GOODS 0OMING I
NOW IS THE TIME
To get BARGAINS, a It Is late in the
3Bving the Cash.
S. S. WOLFE.
SPRING AND SUMER
I have now in stock a full and complete
assortment of the
Neatest, Prettiest and Best Goods
in Winnsboro. Will aoll choper than the
cheapest for tho onsh.
Bring the Cash and got Bargains.
S. S. WOLF.
1 Car load Corn.
18,000 It.s. Flour in barrels and sacks,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meat,
150 Bushels men!,
Sugar and t'olt'e, dilrerem grades,
A prime lot IV. I. Molasses,
1 Barrel Fresh Potroloum.
FOlt SALE BY
BID.AT &o B2o.,
MLrg~ and Sale
M STABLE. 49
A. F. GOOD INGQ,
j IEEl' constantly on hand extra fine
KentCIuc ky Ilorses and Mules. Parties
in want of good stock will do well to give
me a call.
In connect ion with my Ivery Stable, I
have oipenecd a Carriage, Buggy and Wag
on Factory. All work neatly executed and
warranted, Giveorme a call.
NEW AND ELEGANT
[10NSISTING in part or liureaus, Bled
U sateads5, Bedroom Setls, Chairs, Walnut
Wlrit ing Desks, something ne w for this mar.
kem; Solid Walnut Book Cases, Wardrobes,
walnut, and stained, Walnut and Marbietop
Tables, for parlor, Saloon Tables, 8cfas,
&c. We are determined 1o sell, and sell
chieap for Uash. Those who, wish bargains
will do well to call, see and buy.
'-Let, those now biuy who never bought
And those who always bought, now buy
Of that new and elegant, Furnltio, Iow for
apI 27 McINTYRE & CO'S.
BOOT AND SHOE
'M & 2:iU.i.:tn O t O :?, '*.
IAVING procured the
very best Mechanics In
the country, I feel war
rantedl in saying that, I
can furnish as near BOOT
or BilOE~ as any Shop
In the South. All work
warranted to give satisfaction. My Shop
is next door to F. Ocrig's saddlery.
mar 19 I5. Ml. GILDERT,
Buggyj and Wagon
The undersigned have
located themselves at 11
- -Boliok's old st and, where
they are pre pared to manufacture or repaIr
Ca ringes, Buggies and Wagons. T'hey
ar also prepared to do ay kInd of planta.
flots work, such as plow-making, plow.
laying, bera.-shoeing, &e. All work war.
ranted to give satisfaction.
miyl4ua ERRON & GILBERT.
I Tier-co of Fine Unonnvassed 11am,, tl
sale low for Cash.
401l8: D REAT ROIt
J. D. MoCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel of Old Cablnet Rye, 1800,
I Barrel Blackberry Bran y.
1 Barrel Oinger Drandy,
Ramsey's Scotoh Whiskey.
Stuart's Irish Whiskey.'
Also, a good stock of Grocerles, consis94
ing of Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses, Ba.
cot, Lard, Dreakfast Etrips. Sugar Cured
Shoulders and Ilams, Jars, Pink Eye, ar
ly Rose, Goodrich and Peach Blow Pota.
toes. jan 80
WOODWARD & LAWg
ARE OONSTANTLY RZOEIVING
And hav recently opened a lot of
DRESS GOODS, LAWNS,
C A MD 8ICS, O LINENS, &o.
Special attention Called to a
NoN offered at the low price of 50 cents
for each articlo.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
TIlE undersigned has been appointed
solo agent for Fairfield County, to enter
Into arrangements with farmers and plant.
ere to recover the tax paid upon Raw Cot
ton during 1865, 1860 and 1807. Parties
interested will please call upon me at their
T. nOua rBDERTSON.
~dRIGIlIT'S Cotton Seed Planter,
Heel florews and Grass Rods,
Lap Rings and Clivl.seu,
Plough IIandles and Rounds,
Superior Pad Looks,
Dried Peaches and A pples,
N'ew addItions to our stock of Carpenters
0. R. Thompsaon,
IFE INSURANCE 00.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Pres'ts
Gen. Wade Riampton, Viee Preeft,
3, D; ENNEDY, St.' e Ates
snay 10-1ly Lanhl A man,