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T. ROSS ROBERTSON, Local Editor.
Corn Meal-R. J. MoUatley.
For sale a desirable Store and Lot,
Broke Out in a New Place.
From Tuesday's Augusta papers,
we learn of a heavy strike of the la.
borers on the Port Royal Railroad.
The contagion seems to be sp~eading
from the North this way.
"On the Wine."
A hlt of "blue.coats" passed up the
road Monday. We suppose some new
Ku Klux outrage has been unearthed,
and the military called upon to nab
the offenders. Oh ! those naughty Ku
The Campaign Opens.
The signal gun of the campaign will
be fired at Ridgeway, Saturday.
Much gas and mean whiskey is ex.
peoted to be let loose on the occasion.
Prominent candidates will be present
to assert their claim3 and qualifica
Mr. Calvin Brice and Mr. G. H.
Miller had flour In this market last
Saturday ground from new wheat,
which was offered and sold at $7 per
hundred weight. We can testify
personally to its being an excellent
We observed two or three car loads
of beef cattle on the train going
outh Tuesday, bound, we presume,
r Charleston. The country from
this place to the North Carolina line
appears to be carrying on a heavy
trade with Charleston in cattle. We
understand it is very remunerative.
B enovolent Institutions,
Both the Masonic and Good Tem
plar L'dges in our town are in a
flourishing condition, and their good
influence is seen and felt every day.
As institutions, both benevolent and
beneficent, they are not properly ap.
preciated, but on the .t'ier hand, very
much underrated. We certainly
hope it will not alway be so.
The Marlboro Times says : The
weather continues dry and the crops
are burning tip.
Mr. Goo. Rioberts, Jr., living about
three miles from Lexington Court
House, shurt and killed a coachwhii
snake, a few days ago, which measur
ed in length 7 feet and 10 inches.
Irregularity of the Mails.
Both the noithern and Eouthern
mails have been very irregular of late,
particularly the latter. Our Columi
bia exchanges failed to reach na in
due time twice last week. A screw
must be loose somewhere. The state
- of things existing at present is very
prvkig ansd we hope soon to see it
We are in receipt of an invitation
to be present this evening at 8.30
o'clock, at the delivery of the "An.
nual Oration before the Clarisophic
and Ruphradian Societies of S. C.
University," by John E. Bacon, Eeq.,
. tf Edgefield. We make our aic
knowledgments for the same, and re
gret our inability to be present.
New Hotel in Columbia,
Dr. Wheeoler is eonstructing a very
fine hotel building in Columbia on the
southeast corner of Main and Plain
Streets, opposite RI. C. Shiver & Co.
The hotel will be opened about the
1st November next. Columbia has
long suffered from the wia' of a good
hotel on Main Street, and it is hoped
that the one now going up will fill the
Cuban Gunboat off Charleston.
A war vessel appeared off Charles
ton bar Sunday. An officer was car
ried to the city by a pilot boat, and
sent dispaitohes North. IIe repro
scnted himself as Lieutenant of the
G unbeat Pioneer of the Cuban Navy.
It is supposed to be the Fannie which
left Baltimore a short time ago under
"'That's Played Out."
The New York Sun is authority for
saying that the Grantites and Bour.
bon Democrats in New York have
formed a plan to send a crowd of New
York roughs to the Baltimore Con
vention to prevent the endorsement of
Gireeley and Brown, or break up the
Convention. We' hardly think that
game will win. The South will be
represented by determined, resolute
men who can't be intimidated by any
set of roughs or any other class
That sort of thing is played out .iom
plctely, and the rads will..have te
A New Departure.
A report has reached us to the of'
foot that Judge T. J. Mackey is soon
to take the stump ir this State in the
advocacy of the repudiation of the
last issue of State bonds. We are
willing to wish the Judge all success
in this new departure. There is
scarcely a single man in the State so
idiotic as to believe that the large
number of bonds issued by the Finan.
cial Board during the past eighteen
months were issued under strict. au
thority of law, and repudiation is the
only way to get rid of an enormous
debt saddled upon us illegally.
New Liberal Move nt.
A circular has been issued by Carl
Sohurz, J. D. Cox, Judge Brinkerhoff
and othere, inviting to a conference in
New York city, all pertons opposed
to the present National Administra,
tion, and opposed to the re-election of
Grant. This movement is not alto
gether anti-Greeley, but the object is
to conciliate the free-traders, and
unite in an effort to harmonize the
whole Grant opposition. Carl Sehurz
is in favor of Greeley, and only sign
ed the call for the proposed confer
ence with a view to subserve the in
terests of the Greeley party. At
least, so says the St. Louis Republi
Jake-"I say Mr. Johnsing, is yoa
a delegate for the office of mis-Repre
sentative in the Senate "
Johnsing-" Well ! yes ; JAke I
are ; shall I conclude on your vote."
Jake-Dat depends on your pre~
vious condition, without disregard to
Johnsing-"I specks to support de
institution of the 14th commandment,
if I is elected ; provided the Balti
more Invention, denominate a Risto.
Jake-"Den I ain't dar, Igoes wid
de 'Greedy' Party soon as do taxes
am paid in."
Boston, otherwise known as "The
Hub," is all agog at this time over
Gilmore's great "Peace Jubilee."
Musicians, both vocal and instrumen
tal, were obtained from every portion
of Europe, and :almost every nation
ality was represented. The base
drum is said to be twelve feet in di
ameter, the organ worked by steam,
a .d the base of the "Anvil Chorus"
sounded by the firing of cannon, one
hundred anvils accompanyicg. "Old
Hundred" was sung last week by a
cborus of 20,000 voices. Jerusalem !
just think of it. 20,000 people sing
ing at one time. They must have
wade a pretty huge noise.
We beg leave to respect fully suggest
to the editors of the Abbeville Mse
dium that they can't very well sit "ox.
the fence," and shoulder Judge Orr'
"honesty and ability." It will be
too heavy a load to carry "on middle
ground." They must understand that
the decent people of South Carolina
look upon Judge Orr as a political
renegado of the most repulsive stripe,
and his "honesty and uprightness as a
Judge" can't make up for his short
comnmings. Nor do we, in plain
terms, concede to Judge Orr the traits
of cbaracter whicb, in the eyes of tht
Medium, palliate his political offences
against our peole.
"This Worn-out Country."
From the Southern Home, publish
ed at Charlotte, N. C., we clip the
followving paragraph. It is not only
applicable to this section, but to the
whole State. How often have we
heard it said that the "land is worn
.ou.t from long cultivation ?"-when
by dint of a little energy and 'perse
verance, these "worn-out lands" as
they are called, could be made as pro
ductive and as valuable as they over
were. Road what a little, energy will
"Mr. James Hood of Clear Creek,
tells that he settled many years ago
on land naturally thin and worn-out
by long cultivation in a loose way.
He has never used artificial manures
and yet he estimates that his yleid of
iwheat this year on his orchard was 25
bushels to the acre. This fact shows
the folly of seeking a new country.
What is the age of our oldest land in
comparison with that of the rich
fields of England, which have been in
cultivation over a thousand years and
yet yield each year more abundantly
than the preceding year ?"
A Visit to Ridgeway.
On Saturday last we botook our
selves to Rlidgeway to see the sights
and "the city." The excitement of
the day sprang from a political gath
ering about a quarter of a mile dis
tant from the depot, whither we
wended our way, and found assem.
bled on a hill-side probably one hun
dred and twenty-five citizens of Afri
can 'scent, with a small sprinkling of
"pale faces." Publio speaking and
private eleotioneering were the prom
inent features of the oceasion. SUL.
dry individuals announced themselves
as supplicauts for the suifrages of
their "down-trodden" follow.oitizens,
but with one or two exceptions, the
attempts at specoh-making proved
The chief speakers were Copes,
Miller, Moore, Barber, Johnson, Mo
Corkle, Minton, Ford, Kelley, Mar.
shall and Williamson. Others of
lesser note made an effart, but the
effort was all.
An accident happened to a negro
iian named Ned Boulware, who,
while handling a pistol, received a
ball through the right hand, the pis.
bol going off unawares to him. The
wound is painful, but by no means
We have received a letter from
Col. D. Wyatt Aiken in which lie re
cjuests to state that he will deliver
in address on agriculturo to the citi.
&ens of Doko on Wednesday, 3d July
at 10 A. M.; to the citizens of Ridge
way on sameSday at.4 o'clock in the
afternoon. On the 4th of July at 10
A. M. lie will address the citizens of
Winnsboro and vicinity in the Court
[louse. He will address the citizens
)f Blackstocks at 4 1. M. the 5th
Col. Aiken is canvassing the State
;o aid the State Agricultural Society,
,he Rural Carolinian, and the Patrons
>f Husbandry. le desires to meet on
the occasions named above farmers
Lnd planters, their wives, daught-rs
tud sons, and the masses generally.
We bespeak for him large audiences.
lice cause in which he is engaged is
mc that interests most deeply all our
)eople, and we trust that they will
urn out in strong force to greet him.
It is unnccessary for us to say any.
hing further in Col. A's behalf. Ile
s well known throughout our County
ind State as a successful, practical
>lanter, and we are satisfied that
very one will benefitted by hearing
And, after all what is wealth ? and
n the end what matters poverty ?
['he rude box that contaius the poor
nian's remains is as soft a resting
lace for the dead us the splendid re
ieptacles prepared for the rich.
The briny tears of the poor man'ti
bild shed in grief over hei father's
;rave, is as heart born and pure at
bat of a briucess shod at the tomb of
The wild rose, planted by his dis
onsolate wife to mark tie spot whet e
ier hopes lie buried, is as noble trib
tte to his honest fame as the stately
nonutment of marble or brass erected
.o the nen:ory of the rich.
And at the last day when the trum
)et shall sound to awaien the (lead, it
,ill as soon nrouse the poor mat
'rom his humble sleep beneath th<
oil as the rich man who. reclines ini n
rincely vault, anid the green sward
hat covers the one yields up its
harge as readily as the marble totad
hat contains the other.
WVhat., then, is the distinction be.
ween the rich an~d the peer, thme high
Lad low, the noble aind the ignoble b3
>irthi ? Miserable worms that we
ire, the spans of life is but a dot on
lhe sickle of eternity ; and yet we live
n arrogance and folly as though our
lays were not numbered.
The five ladies with the Japanese
Lmbassy, at the suggestion of their
Americamn hostess, recently consented
o be laced up and tied down, ruffled,
>anniered, flounced, bowed and trail
d in the "tyle." They were then
lowdered uip froim an orangepeci hue
o a delicate lemon, and pronounced
>erfeet, as far as dress goes. Half an
iour later, however, their dismayed
sivilizers found them, smiling and
sappy, in their half-petticoat, half
>antaloons dress. "Too, nmuchece,"
aid the gentle Japanese.
An ignorant, conceited fellow got
iboard a steamer on Lake Huron.
AAfter standing on deck awhile, among
lie crowd, and seeing the captain ap
>roaehm, ho inquired:
"What is the name of this lake 2"
"The Lake Huron," answered the
"I want to knew what lake P'm on.
Whet's its name '?'
"We'll, sir," said the captain, "thme
ake you're on is the Lake Huron.
D~oes that satisfy you ?"
The crowd were smiling qjuite audi
aly, and the moan walked on mutter
ng low to himself:
"Th'le lake I'm osn is the lake P'm
mn I That's a polite captain, that is."
Batting on elections has grown to
such proportions of late years in
California that it has been recogniz
sd by the Legislature as a public
nuisance, and this misdemeanor
nay be punished by a fine of not
exceeding $5,000, or imprisonment
For a term not exceeding five years.
At that price, eleetion bets will hard
ly be profitable.
Gen. George B. McClellan is spe.
ken of as having the inside 'track for
the Presidency of the Erie Railway
Why is a candlemaker the worst
ad moat hopeless of men i Because
sll his works are wioked, and all his
wicked workcs are brought to light
Why are the arrows of Cupid like
a Inan in an dguo fit I Beoauso they
are all in a quiver.
KEl' Tuil HAIR UNsa.Misz.-"I an
like an old hemlook-withored at the top,,
said a venerable Indian Chief, pointing to
his thin and bleaching locks. Thousand,
of men and women in civilized society,
much younger than the old Sagamore, are
lake him, "withered at the top," simply be.
ease they hivo neglected to use the meane
of preserving and beautifying the hair,
which science had placed at their disposal.
If Lyon's Kathairou be faithfully applied
once or twice a day, to the fibers and the
scalp, it is just impossible that the hair
should decay, wither, fall out or become
harsh and frizzy, as that a maeadow, dulv
refreshed with nightly dews and sunlis
rains, should beconte arid and barren of
green blades. This matchless preparation
not only keeps the hair alive and tle skin
of the head in a healthy iand clean condi
tion, but actually multiplies file filaments
and imparts to them a lustre, flexibility and
wavy beauty unattainablo by any other
mole or trentment. It docs not, like the
netallic and sulphurous hair dyes, dry up
the natural moisture of the scalp, but sup.
plies nutriment to the roots of the hair and
vigor to ila fibers.
Uat. SAUs's CATAnAnu l atsiaetuY -$500 ro.
ward for any incurable cas-e. Sold by
druggists, or by mail. 60 cents. Address
R1. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffialo, N Y.
A Painful Condition.
It is a sad thing to pass thlrougl life 'only
half alive. Yet there are thousanids whose
habitual condition is oano of languor sand
debility. They counplaini of no specific
.tiseaso ; they suffer no positive pain ; but
they have no relish for anything which uaf.
fords mental or sensuous picasure. In nine
cases out of ten this state of lassitude and
torpor arises from a morbidl stomiach. In
digestion destroys the energy of both mind
and body. Whaen the wastu of nature is
lot supplied by a due and regular assimu
latlon 'of food, every organ is starved,
every function inlcirupted.
Now, what does coimaon sense suggest
tinder these circumstances of depressionl ?
'he systea needs rousing and w:rengthen
ing ; not nierely for an hour or two, to sink
afterward into a iore pitiable condition
lhrnn ever (as it assuredly would do it' an
ordinaryal coholic stimulant were resorted
t.o,) but r'adically and permanently.
low is this desirable object. to beaccom.
plished ? The answer to this question,
t'ounded on hlie unvarying experietico ot a
'luarter of o century, is easily given. In.
'use new vigor into the dige.stive organas
by a course of llostetter's 8iomaach Bitters.
Do not wast thne by administering tempo.
ary remedies. but wake the system up by
recuiperating ilie fountain-lhend of physical
strength and energy. the great. organ upon
which all the other organs depend for their
By the .ime that a dozen dotes of (lie
great vegetable tonic said invigorant have
been taken, the feeble frame ot' the dyspep
ic will begin to feel its benign influence.
Appet te will be created, and wit h appetite
the capacity to digest what it craves. Per.
ievere until the cure is conplete-until
heahliful blood, fit. to be the maei ital of
desl and muscle, bone and nerve and brain,
llows through lie ahannels of circulation.
instead of tie watery pabulum with which
they have been heretofore been imperfectly
nourished. june 1
FLAvOnNaO EXrnAcTs aure of primary n
portance in cooking ; tand of all articles of
this description the highly conacer ratedt
STANDAn EXtIACTS, prepated hy Joseph
iuriiett & Co , 1hos1on, are proniounced by
-e. ding cuisiniers-Profesmor Blot aniong
the lnmber-the purest und best.
lia'raN Wnr.exs.-Every day nnd hour
we meet with broken down specieiis o1
>ulmnnity-wrecks that. seem past hope of
aualvnige. At least seven-eighthis of these
.night be filled with iew vilality, by a1
:ou1rse of Da. WAr.an's Ca.sroUNmA VI s
RoAn BITTI:ns. Mlany are suffering fromi
lie reaction of rum-1 ollut ed bit ters or pow
arfiul linerals. Jt. is characeris ic of Dr.
Walke, 's Great Restorative that it neutral
es the effect or these muis.caled remedies,
tand accomplishes, in duc titne, a perfect
NATUnK GIVPKs Us TEETI, but she does
-:00 preserve and purify thsem. That must
10 done willh F'ragrnnt Sozodont. Tho den
al bone aind its enamel casiag are nmade
.nvulnerable to all destruct ivo iniluaeneces
y13 the daily use cf thais benificent prepaaa
$503,000 D~or..Ans RlEWAnn wiLT. un PAw
for any remedy whaicha will cutre Chronic
Ithen urn atisan. Pnains in the Limbs, Back and
Chest. Soro Throat, Insect Stings. Croump,
Dysentery, Colic, sprains an. Vomiling,
'luicker than Dr. Tfobins' Venetian inai
men~ft ; est ablisheda inl 1847: nevrca fails -
iold by all Driuggists. Depot, 10 Park
Place, New York,
PRATT's AsTRAL OIL.-M ore accidents
occur from using unsafe oils, Ihlaan from
steamboats and railroads combined. Over
2300,000 families coat inuie to burn Pratt's
Astral Oil, anad no aecidents directly or in
directly have occurred from burining, stor
ing or handalling it. Oil House or Charles
P'ralt, estabhshaed 1770, Now York. T. D.
''lancy & Co., Charleston, agents for Soulth
A BU-AUT3FUI, WHiT!:, soft-, ainooth and
clenr skin is pirodliced by using (1. W.
baird's "Bloom of Youth." It retmves Ian,
freckles, sunbuirns, and all othier discolora
tions from the skin, leaving the complex.
ion brilliant and benatifual. Bold nt. all
druggists. This preparation is entirely
free from any manteriat detrimental to
JtIsT Tini Rrgteano Naer.ntn.-Thannks to
Mrs. Winaslow's Boothiing Syruap, we have
for years been relieved fr-om sleepless
nights of painful watching with poor, stil'er
ing, teelhing chlildren.
Fon D~vsPE~saA.-lndigeston1 depressiod
of spirits and general debility In their va
rious forms; also, as a prevetivo against
Fever andI Ague, and other interumittent fe
vers. The Ferro-Phosphoratod Elixir of
Calisaya, made by Caswell, HIf .arad & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, Is (ho
best tonilo, and as a tonic for pati'nts re
covering from fever oa' othaer sicknesses, it
has no equal.
RBzsts's GNUama Gornxx'.r.L CotooNE.
WATSat accordIng to the original fr.oila
of Provost-, Paris, so long and favorably
known to the customers of Hlavilad, liar.
ral and Raidley and their branches, for Its
fine fragrance is now made by HI. WY. Risley
and the tradle suapplied by has successors,
Morgan & Rtisley, Druggist's New York,
TfUunsToN's IvonY PRAnK. Torn PowDgt.
The best article known for cleansing and
preserving t~he teeth and gums. Sold by
all Druggists. Price 26 and 50 cents per
bottle. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
CAnnoto SArLvE unuequasllod as a Healing
Compound. Physicians recommend it as
the most, wonderful remedy eier known.-.
Price 26 cents per box. John F. IHenary,
sole Proprietor, 8 College Place New York.
CeusTAnono's HAIa Dy's.--tis magin-.
cent compound is beyond contingency, the
safest, and most reliable Dye .i existence ;
never falling to impart to the Hlair, uni
forinlly of color, nourishment and elastici
ty. Manufactory, 08 MaIden Lane, N. Y,
SVAPIIIA hst O)piumn puirined of Its siok
ning aind poisonous qualities. It is a per
fect anodynte not producing headaebe or
constipation of bowels, as Is the ease with
other preparations of ophum.. John Farr,
Chemist. Naw York. Jun 8
Fataers and Mothers.
If you occupy these relations now, or are
about to do so, study well your oonstitu.
tion. If you have acquired or inherited
Sorofula or any disease which may be trans
mitted to your offspring, it is your solemn
duty to eradicate it. Thousands of chil
dren are now suffering from the effects of
poisonous disease transmitted to them from
their parents. The thought is terrible.
You can save yourselves much sadness and
your dear little ones much pain and unhap.
piness, by the timely use of Dr. Tuti's
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight. It will
surely eratliente the taint from your sys
ten, or it it has already been entailed upon
your child, give It at once, this valuable
prepartitlon and its system will be ronovat
ed and rested to soundness.
MOrTOoxuY Co., N. C., Sept. 11, 1809.
Dr. W1. H. Tutt :
Si-'lease accept the heartfelt thanks
of a mnother who was well 'nigh driven to
despair b the sad condition of an only
child. M~y little boy was afflicted with
8crofula ever since his birth, and after try
ing every remedy that was recommended,
and seveeal physicians had pronounced hii
past all hope, I accidently heard of your
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight. It was
so highly recommended that, I concluded to
try it, but I must confess with very little
faith. lo has taken nine of tho bottles
you sent. me, nd I am happy in being able
to say thuat he is almost well ; and I beliovo
by the lte lie take the dozen he will be
perfectly restored to health. He has gain
ed flesh. has a fine appetito, and now
walks two wiles to school. I shall always
remember you with gratitude.
Dr. Tutt'e Hair Dye is used in Europe and
Tuim VILLAO Cmunu.-It should not
look like a barn or storehouse. It should
lbe a building, the very sight of which
would cause devout feelings in the breast.
A well-carved cross should point to heaven:
nassive pannelled doors should impress tie
solemnity of the place int.o which he is en
tering: stainmed glass should throw a nuys.
tio light athwart the isles ; pulpit, altar.
ceiling and galleries should be ornamented
wis h ligurative nouldings, and the columns
that support the galleries, and the balus
ters ihat. rail them in, should be of classic
patterns. Any congregation wishing such
a church slould send their orders for
inishing material to Mr. P. 1. TOALC
importer of French stained glass, and man
ufacturer of and dealer in Doors, Sashes.
Blinds. &o , No. 20 Iltayuo street, Charles.
TlE1P PIOPEIRTY known as
CORNE it NO. 1, is now ofnered for
- i sale. l'osession given on or prior
to January lst 1873. Terius easy. App'y
at. this office or to the undersigned.
jue 26 U. 0. DESPORTES.
0 IVE I JW -5r.
ALOT of Bolted Corn Meal and Hominy
always on hand at
june 25 R. J. McCARLEY.
ElDV1LH (S. C.) FEM A LE rtOLLEGE,
Opens 5th Feb.; the cheapest Female Col
lege in the South; clores last of November;
ten Calender Months; Vacaliou in ihn Win
Iet; Fall Term begins 1st of July ; Board
from $10 to $12 ; Tuition, $4 ; Music, $4
per Month: No EXTRAS ; no charge for Tui.
tion of dauglters of Ministers of the Gos
pel or Soldiers killed in Batile.
Rev. Tuos. WARIn WIrIa,
june 25 President.
ONE Tfierce of Sugar Cured Cmanassed
Illamus ini store, and for bale low for cash.
juue 22 IE ATY & 11RO.
HAMS1 H AMS!
T WO Tiereeslbest Rugnr t'ured Canvassed
.luuans. warranited For sale low, by
june 221. J. McCA RLEY.
TFhree Uross "Pet" and "Eline"
One H~alf Bbil. Cuenmber Pickles.
One Car Load Prime White Cor'n,
Wooden an4 Willow ware.
A choice assortment of
SUGARS and COFFEES.
Term. Stctly CASII from tis
.7. J. R OBER TSON
Iron and Steel.
PJ LOW MOU LDS and a large lot of Haird.
Iware. Also Turpentine Soap, PlaId
Osnabur-ga and Drown Hlomespuns.
feb 1 MeM ASEre &. noRICm
FOODWARD & LAW,
ARE 0ONSTANTLY REOEIVING
And have recently opened a lot of
ESS GOODS, LAWNS,
6AIMBRICS LINENS, &o.
Dial attention Called to a
r offered at the low price of 60 cents
fur each article.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
),000 L3S. C. R. Baco. Sies,
Salt and Smoked. For sale low for
ny 1.1 JNO. II. CATIrCART.
LA RG E supply of half gallon and qart
Fruit Jars. Also Finest Gun Powder
li3ysou l'ea, Black Tea and Japan Tea,
.ys for sale by
no 16 McMASTER & lRICE.
NEW AND ATTIIACTIVFQ
RS. LAUDERDALE has just returned
from Now York and Baltimore with a
full and varied stock of Millinery, La
Has and Bonners, trimmed and un,
mod, Ribbons, Flowers. Ruches, Lnceq,
ings, While and Colored Piques, Mus..
White and Colored Japaneso Cloths,
)s, Colored Silk Poplins, Grenadians
Pereales Crape, Linen and Lace Col.
Stamipd Gown and Chenielse Yokes,
ling in all varieties, Hustle Skirts, Cor
Gloves. P'arasols, Umbrellas, Ihand..
hiefs andl lio..iery, Linens and Spring
moes, Ladaes andl Gents Shoes and Gai
Braid Chiignonss and Switches. Also n,
line in the Grocery depart ment, as well
ardware, Crockery, Tinwaro, Station
School hooks and Medicines. Should
needi more light call for Lamps, P'etro,.
113 D. LAUDERDALE,
OTIOE TO DEBTORS.
E undiersigned having sold out, their
e interest, in the Bar, Billiard and Res.
ant Saloon, to Thomas W. Rabb, find
cessary to close their books. All per
knowing themselves to be indebted,
sarnesti, reqjuesledl to come forward
out, DELA Y and settle up (If not with
t-y, by note,) as (he business of tho
must be closed. The boeo will bo
in the hands of T. W. Rtabb for a short,
no 4 E. W.0OLLEVER &CO.
lotice to Contractors.
Orror Couztrr Coxemssrosus,
June 7th, 1872.
A LED proposals will be reeived at
his office untIl the 9th day of July, for
building of Kincaid'. Bridge, acrosa.
le River. Said Bridge shall be a Sus.
tlon Bridge, and that the buitments'on
east bank of said river shall be raised
e feet above their present height, and
he west, bank so much as to bring the,
ige to a level with the east bank. Bal
ments to be built of stone, andl sal
Ige across main stream to be built en -
ly of new lumber, and alsol a contract.
the building of e Trustle Bridge froma
east bank of the east'pier, to the foot*
thme hIll. The contractor will ha'
privilege of using lihe old lumber for*
Trustle Bridge. All proposals shall bes
recoompanied wvith the names of two cr
-e slhfielent sureties. The Cammission,
shall reserve the right to reje any eor
bids, If in their judgment the interes,.
~he Coounty require at, Any further lea,
nation wanted will be given by the un'r
JOHN M. MARTIN,
Chairman Doard County (oip,
1 Car load White Corn,
1 Car load Flour, from New Wheat,
10 Bble. Pearl Grist,
6 Casks Bacon,
Crushed, A, ex-C, C and Demarara Su
Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffe e,
2 Casks Canvassed Hams,
D. R. Flenniken.
npi 9 D 1
IAVE on hand a large stock of Brades S
Jrown llocs, 0, 00 and 000, which I will
;ell at very low prices.
Soythe and arass Blades, Scythe Stones
rnd Reap llooks, Dixon and Solid Sweeps,
Iee 1 Screws and Open Links, Table and No
Pocket Cutlery. A large variety of Car
ienters, Shoo Makers and Blacksuith
'ools. Something which every family
ihould have, the Seven Strand White Wire
loso Lines, warranted from rusting, corod
ng or in any way injuring the Cloths.
2 Boxes Fine Chowing Tobacco, 1 box
Bright Navy Tobacco. Bring the cash and Dry
ecnre bargains. casi
juo 6 0. R. TIIOMPSON. a
GREELEY HATS. a
Hats of' all Styles, ver,
For Men and Boys. Just Opened. lins
adies & Misses Sailor Hats, ril
bly stock of Dress Goods is of the neatest full
and best qualities, and is offered at ary,
the Lowest Prices for the CASH. leu~
&. S. WOLFRI
LOT HING 1 CLOTHING I
Best Assortment in Town! I
3assImeres, Linlensi and Mase'silles,
WIOORE GOODS 001VING! "t
NOW IS THlE TIME are,
l'o get IIAROAINS, as it is late Ia the "it
Bring theo Cash, left
8. S. WOLFE. tl'"
Notice to Tax Payers I
Lave been comtmanided to pay an addi
[n order to meet, this demand, we have dhe
ce-mined to inform the citizens of Fairfield -
)ounty, that we have on hand and arc con
innally receiving Liqiuors of all grades.
which are to ;be sold at reduced rates for
ash. We ha~ve "Old Mountain Crowa"
PURE RYE WHISKEY,
hat we put against the State,--in point of S '
uality ;-at a price thbat will suit all lov. the
rar of a pure article. Also several Bar.rels Litt
if Pure Corn Whiskey. Wino, (lin, Rutm lieni
Amity and White Wheat WVhiskey. A pre' the
eminent article of "Old French Brandy," thre
which we recommend for medioinal put-p's. on I
es. Those in searchl of a genuine artileo Bri<
of Whiskey will be sure to find it, by call- buti
leg on us. U. 0. DESPORTES & CO. Bi'l
apr 28 Corner No. 1. tire
BOOT AND SHOE the
M - i2.1 za O t O 3r 'g the
~ HAVING procured the be
very best Mechanics in mot
the country, I feel war, era
ranted In saying that, I all
can furnish as neat, BOOT ofI
or iOE as any Shop fori
-in the South. All work der
warranted to give satisfaction. My Shop
is nezt doer te F. Gerig's 8addlery.
mar 19 8.Mr.nL n-R, J