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0 Winunstoro Grango meets next
Saturday. A full attendance of
membeis is earnestly desired. Let
this new enterprise receive proper en
couragement, and it will prove suc
Now Advertisom uts,
Irish Potatoes-McIntyre & Co.
Another lot of lardware-0. I.
We have been informed that Mr.
I. J. Kelley has retired from the
canvass for the lower branch of the
Legislature, and declines to have his
name used any longer in conection
Gov. Smith has been unanimously
re-nominated for Governor of Georgia,
and a complete electoral ticket helect..
ed. The campaign has fully opened
across the Savannah, and the Em.ire
State of the South will give a good
account of herself when the battle.
cry is sounded.
The weights attached to the Town
Clock, broke looso yesterday morning,
.nn d fell below, smashing everything
that obstructed it. They landed up,
on the steps 3ading up to the Town
Ilall, and knocked a good sized hole
in them. Fortunately no damage was
done that cannot easily be repaired.
There was gnite a large gathici ing
of "the faithful" at iidgeway yester.
(lay. F. J. Moses, Jr., and Judge
Mackey, were the principal speakers
of ne occasion, others of lesser note
"bringing up the rear." Moses is
prospecting for the Governorship, and
is doing his own e anvassing. Judge
Mackey clamims to be working in the
interests of reform, but if reforms
means to oufst from office one had Re
publica n, and put in another, we fail
to see wherein the State is benelitted.
Meetings were held by the RUdicals
on Saturday at both Feastervillo and
Jenkinsville, local polities bei ng the
chief niterest. We understand that
Judge Mackey delivered a very severe
speech, at Gladden's Grove last
Thursday, against "the Ring,"' and
We learn from a reliable source
that .\csors. Ri. E. Quinn, M~ilton
ickerson, J1. Il. Crosby D. T, Cros
by, and Ad am Stevenson, colored, were
arrested Friday. in the ''dark corner"
scetim~u of the~ 2ountS , charged with
violation of the Enftorcement Act.
The first two made their escape af
ter being arrested.
The thiermometer indicated 97, ini
the shade, at 3 P. M. one day last
week. Tfhis is the highest figure
reached in this locality this summer
so far and we certainly hope that the
ambition of the weather will be grat i
fled in atita ining to this altit udo. T1he
mercury has gone higher in other
places in the same latitude, but we
arc satisied to be surpassed in this
particular. We like warm weather
v'ery well, but whoa the thermometer
gets ia the neighborhood of 100, we
do not regard it a circumstance to re
Winnsboro Grange of "Patrons of
husbandry" met latst Saturday, and
got into working order. The attend.
aince of maembers w.as good as could
have beeun expected. The time of
meeting wvas fully discussed, and first
and thiird Satuidays in each month
finally decided upon. All persons
having an interest in agriculture eith.
or directly or indireetly, are solicited
to join the order, especially the ladies,
The ad mission fee is $3 for males,
and 50 cents for female:'. The re
quired age for males in 18 years, and
for females 16 years.
Twuo Granges are now in wvorking
order in the County, and( it is hoped
that, before the summer is out, many
mnore wvill be inst ituted.
Heavy on Orr,
Our readers will find in another
column an article by lion. 1. W.
Hlayne, forwecr Attorney-General of
this State, in reply to some foul as,
persions east upon the Hlayno family
by Judge Orr, formecrly a red-hot so
eessionist, nzow a shining light o1
Radicalism. Mr. IH. goes for the new
convert in a way somewhat similar t
thle mnner in which ill ANy ...n
for a Heathen Chinee, named Ah Sin.
Judge Orr.ought to know that when he
essays to throw odium upon a fatily
so distinguished ana high-toned as the
Haynes, lie is meddling with danger
ous weapons. If he does not know It,
he will 0oon find it out, and doubt
less to h is great sorrow. Poor Orr I
Appeal for the Orphans.
Au Orphans' Howe has been estab
lished in Columbia, and the citizens
of the State are appealed to in its be.
half to como to its assistance, and aid
in maintuining an enterprise so praise
worthy. As a charitable institution
it surely will commend itself to every
one having in his bosom any of "the
milk of human kindness." We have
already published the appeal re
ferred to, and trust it may receive the
consideration it deserves. Dr. J. W.
Parker is Chairman of the Board of
The Bowen and Mackey factions in
Charleston County are waging a bitter
war against eacha other just at this
time. Both claim to be working in
the interest of reforni, and denounce
Scott & Co. in plain language, some
thing after the style of Billinsgate.
The cause of reform is indeed despe.
rate, when championed by such char
aeters, Bowen, the shameless bigamist
and free-lover, and Mackey, the cor.
rupt and unscrupulous demagogue. It
must be a disgusting farce to bear
these two worthies abuse each other,
and then lift their united voices for
reform. Mackey's objective point is
the Sheriffalty, and Bowen's anything
he can get. May old Charleston be
spared further humiliation, in the de
feat of these two notorious individuals.
is our heartfelt wish.
We have received a pamphlet enti
tltd "A Retrospective View," an t.d
dress by Niles G. Parker, "in defer ce
of his official acts as State Treasurer,P
etc., etc. Such high-sounding words
would indicate an elaborate review of
the past four years, together with such
financial statistics and exhibits as
would lift from the thoulders of the
lion. Niles, the many charges of mal
feasauce and corruption made against
him. A hasty perusal of this re
markable paper shows, however, that
it is no more nor less than a card play
ed to secure the Treasurer's office for
another term. It is filled with abuse
of the Democracy, and the usual
amount of Radical lies. The com
miron howl of Ku Klux is raised by
this carpet-bag thief, but lie will find
out before long, we hope, that even
that wont avail to prolong his grasp
upon the public noney-bags.
At another time we propose to say
something to this distinguished (1)
oflicial in reply to his denunciations of
the decent people of the State.
Blarbeone at Dnflose's Store,
In company with a party of friends
we took up "the line of march" Thurs
(lay for Duos' Store, situated about
9.} miles from town, and arrived there
shortly after 11 A. M. Preparations
were well under way for the barbe
cue, which was the principal feature
of the gathering, and as we neared
the scene of action our olf'actories
were greeted with the smell of savory
meats, and soon we came in view of a
long trench over which lay divers car
casses, of sheep, hog, and beef. This
was the sight presented in the Grove,
but as we approached the Store-house,
wve perceived a motley crowd of men,
women and children, all variously em
ployed, but principally in an effort to
keep cool, anid find refuge from "the
burning rays of the noon-day sun."
About midday music was produced,
and the younger portion of the assem
blage betook themselves to L ig
which wvas kept up until dinner was
announced, which of course was the
signal for a general stanmpede towards
the wroods, where the aforementioned
viands, together with their appro
priate accomnpaninments, were spread
on a long table, ample to accommo
date all the ladies, the gentsr being re
quested to wait for the second table.
After <'inner dancing was resumed,
and continued probably an hour, when
tho crowd began to disperse.
To Messrs. Mason, Ruff, Scruggs,
and D)uBose, we are greatly indebted
for the attention shown us. We ac
knowledge also courtesies received at
the hands of our old friend Dr. Ned
Gibson, who was general-superviso?~ Af
th~e eating department, the one around
which we hovered "aloes, too long."
Everybody was polite and attentive,
ard the affair was a perfect success in
every respect.' May the good 'coun
try people live long and prosper.
One incident of the day we cannot
refrain from mentioning. As we
were beginning thre ascent of a steep
hill about 4,} miles from town, we be
held, about two-thirds of the waf up,
one stou~t man and two leans ones pro.
pelling a carriage laden with peaches
and musical instruments, the stout
one pushing, and the lean ones pull.
ing. When we reached the top of the
bill, the singular phenomenon was ex
plained by the information that the
quadrupeds attached to the aforesaid
carriage had come to a sudden deter.
mination not to pull any further ui
the hill, and the aforementioned stout
and lean individuals were compelled
"to put their shoulders to the wheel"
in order to reach the top.
A new beverage called Irish Ale, is
the thing in Charleston.
The Darlington Agricultural and
Mechanical Fair coniences on the
An extensive steam tinware manu
factory has been erected in Charleston,
We learn from the Columbia paper
that Professor Lybrand will ship next
week to this place a complete set of
instruments for the now band recent
ly formed by our young men.
We learn, says the Coluinbia Phli.
nix, that Capt. I. C. Fleming has
been appointed Master of Transpor
tation of the 0. 0. & A. R. R., vice
J. J. Gormley, resigned, (to accept
the superintendency of the Atlantio,
Tennessee and Ohio Railroad.) Mr.
M. B. Green has been appointed to
the pceitiou lately occupied by Mr.
Rot-borough, freight agent.
Civilization advances. A negro
named Miinort, a member of the City
Council of Colombia, S. C., is report.
ed to have won $27,000 recently from
General W. J. Whipper, also a negro,
A physician says that lie considers
the following prescription for purify,
ing the blood as the best lie has ever
used : "One ounce yellow dock, one
half ounce horse radish, one quart ci
der. Dose, one wine glassful ftur
times a day.
There is considerable excitement
in St. Louis over the determination
of Judgd Cullen to bring gamblers
to the auction block and knock them
down, under a State law providing
that gamblers shall be treated as
At the Yarmouth Mills in Maine,
brown paper is made from spruce logs
in twenty-four hours.
The d'airy products of the United
States reach the amount of six hun.
dred million annually.
A noble heart, liko the sun, shows
its greatest countenance in its lowest
Mr. Ldior . Please announce Mr. J. i.
VOYLES as a candidate for Sheriff at the
ensuir~g election, and oblige his
It is a mark of thec unsuccessful man,
that lie invariably locks his stable doocr
when ithe horse hias been stolen. This sort
of wisdom never thiinks abouit bodily health
until it Is gone. But jtist as much as any
dlisease has become se'ated. the power of
the syslem 1o r -slast and throw it off is
weakened ; hence lime is all imiporant.
For dyspepia, all diseases of' the liver,
stomach, skin and kidneys, anrd all lihat l'c.
gin in vitiated blood, do0 not wait. until the
trouble is confirmed, but, attack it by a
timely uise of Dn. WALKERI's CALIFonNIA
lIeynaad a Douabt.
More diseases are the r'esult. of the de.
rangement of the Liver than from any olh
cr cause. When that organ is deseased.
every part. of the .iystemu sympathises with
it, and general prostration and decline is
lie result. Thie best, safest and1 speediest
remedy for Liver Complaint and all the dis.
eases that follow, Is T UT r'8 VEGETA BLE
LIVER PILLS, they are peculiarly adapt.
ed to die climate of' the South. Theiy are
sold by Druggistsa everywhecre.
AUOIurra, GA , November 1, 1809.
Dr. Win. II. Tut.
Sir -For several years past I have been
subject to lBillious attacks, and always was
a firm believer fliat there was no remiedy for
the o >mplaint but mercury, unt il about a
year and a liaf ago, as an experinient, I
triedl your Vegetablo Liver' Pills, and was
ageecably surprised to find thant they ac
complishcd all the results, and more be
sides of Blue Mass or Calomel, without
any of their bad yffects. I was always an
uinbeliever in Pantent Medicines but, can
say this for your pilus--that, since I corn.
meuced rising them, I have not taken a
particle ef nmercuiry In any shape, and I
consider this fact, an important one, and
one that those wvho are in the habit of tak
ing mercury for billions diseases can prop.
erly appreciate. I cordially recommend
them as thle best Liver Medicine ever in
E. II. OllAY, 240 Broad Street.
SDr Tutt' hair he Ael, like M,.gic.
If you desire rosy cheeks and a com
plexion fair and free from pimples, Bllotch-.
es and Eruption, purify youir b~loo.i by
taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medlical Dis
covery. It has no equal for this pu pose.
TifH [Jt'MAN ltoov AND ITS TilATitiNo.
If t he man deserves well of lis coruntr'y
who makes two blades of grass grow wherc
oiily one grew before, utlrely lie who pro.
duces a glorious crop of hair en a compara
lively barrenT scalp deserves thle heariy
thanks of 'lie obuliged party. All honor,
therefore, to Professor E. T. Lyon, for,
unquestIonably, his renowned Kathairon
accomplIshes this ol'jct. tIenilenen whose
whiskers are shy of snaking t heir appear.
ance in force, or the fibers of whose mous.
tache disclose thoe "magnificent dis.
tances" for which Washuington City was
ence so famours will find this Hair Persua.
der the most wotnderful encourager oi
fibrous development that haa ever yet, been
invented. Both sexes are advised to use it,
as, by all odds, It Is the best, artIcle for
improving the growth and bearuty of the
hair, keeping it free from scurf and dand
ruff, preventing it from becoming harsh,
dry and gray-giving It, a rich gloss andl
endowing It, withr flexibility-that. Tollet
Chemistry has ever evolved from the vege.
The hot. solar rays that ripen the harvest
generate maany distressing diseases. if lh
liver be at all predisposed to irregularitleE
this is the season in whioh billous attack
may be anticipated. A weak stomach, toc
is weakest in the summer months, and I
loss of vitality through the pores by ex
cessive perspiration Is so great, that
wholesome tonic, combining also the pre
perties of a diffusive stimulant and genti
exhilarant, is in many cases necessary I
health, and under no circumstances shoul
be dispensed with by the sickly and d<
bilitated. Of all the pi eparn.ions intende
thi-As to refresh, snstaiu and fortify the hit
man frame. there is none that will compar
with llostettcr's Celebrated Ftomnat Bit
tore. They have been weighed in the hal
ance of experience and not found wni.ing
have been recommended from the first ts
great medcinal specific. not as a beverage
and in spite of interested opposition frot
innumerable quarters. stand, after twent
ye'rs trial, at the head of all proprietar
medicines intended for the prevention an
cure of ill ordinary complaints rf tih
stomach, the liver, the bowels, and th
ntirves. In the unhealthy districts border
ing the great rivers of California, hoebtel
ter's Stomach Bitters may be classed as th
standard one for every species of intermit
tent or remit tent lever. The people wit
inhabit those districts, place the most iti
plicit confidence in Nie preiaat ionn-a cot
fidence that is increased e'ery yeat by th
results of its operntion.
As bitters so called. of the most perni
cdots oltaractor, are springing .p like funi
on every vide, the put lie is hereby forc
warned against the dram-shop frattis. As
for llostetter's Bitters, see tat the label
etc., are corraect, nnd reneinher that ith
genuine articl- is never sold in tulk, but I
Pl.AtS QUasTroNS FOR INvALl.s.-liv
the routine medicines of the professio
done you no good? Are you discotirag
and tniserable? If so. test. the propertie
of the new Vegelable Specific. Dt. WAr.1
Ftn's CA.'ROnINIA ViNstcgs IITTsts, alread
famous as the finest invigoratit, correctiv
and ilterative, that has tver seet the ligh
Dl)spept.ics and persons of biliots bal
should kee) it within reach, if '.hy valu
heal',h and case.
WnAT EvXmnY ilOnSVItIAN WAST.-A goo(
cheap and reliable Liniment. Such an nti
licle is Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Lini
ment. Pint bottles at One Dollar. 14
Lameness, Cuts. Gails, Colic. Sprains, &c
warranted better than tiny other. Sold b
the Druggists. Depot, 10 Park Place, Nes
IuirIN.TT CocoA1.1M.- A komtound
Cacoa.Nut Oil, &o., for the lair', has et
tablish a world wide reputation Its nr
tural adaptation, agreeableness, and Free
ness fronni ll Injurious or Soiling Propet
ties. together with its cheapness in respec
to durability and size of bottle, renler i
unequalled by any other pAeparation itt th
world. For sale by all Druggists.
MAatIa OF TuV. MouT.-Odiferous Soze
dont. rtenders the mouth enchanting coi
posed of' rare, antiseptic herbs, it, impart
whiteness to the teeth, a delicious flowet
like aroma to the breath, nad preserves ir
tnct. fromt youth to nge the teeth.
PtATT's ArtAL Otr..--More accident
occur from tsing unsafe oils, Ian fror
steamboats and railroads combitted. Ove
200,000 fnmilics continue to burn Pratt'
Astral Oil, and no accidents (. -ectly or iti
directly have occurred from burning. stot
itig or Iandling it. Oil House of Chari
Pratt, established 1770. New York. T. [
Clancy & Co., Charleston, agents for Sou
A BIEAUTIFUL WtITE, soft, tmoof1th att
clear skin is produced by using G. IN
Laird's 'JBloo'n of Youth.' It removes tar
freckles, sunburns, and all other discolorn
tions from the skin, leaving the complex
ion brilliant and beautiful. Sold tit Il
druggists. This preparation is etirel
free frot any material detritnental t
JusT Tit RFAVsny Nro)t:n.-Thnnks I
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup, we bav
for years been relieved from siceples
nights of' painful watching with poor, suffer
ing, teething chtildrent.
FOa Dvststa.-Inudige~st Ion, depressin
of spirits nnid getnetral ile.bltty int their va
rious for ms; also, as a preventive agaitns
Fever atnd Ague, and other int ermittlent fe
vers. The Fer'ro Phosphtornted Elixir c
Calisaya, made by Caswvell,3 hazard k Co.
New York, and sold by all Druggiets, is th
best tonic, and as a tonic for pat t'nts rie
covering from fever or other sicktnesses,i
has nto equal.
ltat.E~y's UENUINs Oor.n)PN'IlELL, Cor.OON1
WATER auccording to thte original fot'nuti
of Provost. Paii, so lotng and favoral'
known to the customers of lhiviland, Uint'
rat and )ti.4ey and their branches, for it
fine fragrance Is now made by II. W. Risle
andl the trade supplied by his successors
Morgan & Risley, Dreggist's New York.
Turuns'Fos's lvonv P.Anr, Y'oortt Pownsn
Thte best article known for cleansinug nt
preserving ite teetht attd gumns. Sold b,
all D~ruggists. Price 26 and 50 cents peC
bottle. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
CancnoT.io SArLvE uniequaled as a ilealin1
Compound. Physiciarns recomnmendi it a
thte mosrt wonderful t'etmedy ever knownt.
Price 25 octtts per hox. Johna F. iletury
sole Proprietor, 8 Collega P'lace. New York
CmttntsTAnonto's IAmiu D~vE.-This magifl
coot compottnd is beyond contingeney, th
safest, and most reliable Dye in exijstence
never failing t o imnpat to the Hair, unii
fortmity of color, nourishment and elastici
ty- Manufactor'y. fi8 Mlai-hen Lane, N. Y,
SVAP'NIA is Ipiumt put jlied of its sick
ning and poisontous qualities. it. is a pet
fect anodynte not prodttcing headache o
constipation of bowels, as is Ithe came witl
otlier preparaftions ef optum. John F-ra
Chemist, New York, juily
A LL persons htaving claitns againstI th
Estate of Robert Elder, deceased
will htantd them in propetrly altested, and al
indebted to the same, are irespecfully invi
tedi to conme forwat'd at an early day, an
make settlement with
July 8t-.txlw4 JNO. HI. CATIICA RtT.
Assessmient of Personal Proportj
Count! Auntwons OFrtcs,
Fairfield July 28 1872.
rfhE ly Auditor will a.t cend at, C
HI. Bcrug , hto. shtop on Saturdlay lh<
10th day of ,Atng ; atnd at liutfftlo o
'thuirsday the gl~th of August ntei
to receive m etuirns of th ssessment of Per
sonal Property. Fitty pe cnt will be ad
ded to te assessment, of all I ersonas
Praoperty not returned on er beforo the 20t
of August, next.
J. B. 'IE WA RT.
July 81 x-i County Auditor,
sonl Female Institute.
MarIon, The 86th Annual Session bi
gins the firs October, with 16, teneheri
a handscote a outfit in parlors, chiapel
lecture-rooms an imung rooms ; 24 piant
and two organs, uding 12 of Steltf'
spleudid new $6160 truments elegan
new walnut suits and tie's spring bed
in the dormitories, an< 0ors caispeted
Average attendance for 3 years, past
200. BErpances reduced. Por circular, ad
dress RICHS ARD II, RAWLINOS, M4. A
Preledn t j..ly 8.4w
Irish Potatoes. 1
A NOTHER lot of gne Irish Potatoes just
July 80 McINTYRE & CO.
.A RIERS STOREs
Grass Scythes and Snaths,
A mes' Shovels and Potato Drags,
Nails from 3 to 40 penny,
D 2fine Slot0uns,
I Colt's Revolving Rifle at cost,
Worcestershire, John Bull and Pepper
Toiatio Catsotp and Chow Chow Pickles.
A lIo a flue lot of Toilet Soup.
O. Rs Thompson.
J3 uly 30
Notice to Tax Payers.
1 HllE books of tho Tow n Council will he
J open until the 1st September, 1872, for
the payinmnt of Street, and Retl Estate Tnx.
es. nfter which time, if not paid, the regu
lar pen alty will be imposed.
D. R. FLENNIKEN,
july 25 Clerk of Council.
The next Annuni Session of this Institution
r will begin October ]st, 1872, and continue
ive months. The Clinical advantages of
V the School are unsurpassed.
Fees including DisecCtion & Ilospital
f For CATALOGUES containing full par.
ticulars npply to
Prof. CIHAS. IV. CIANCEL LOll; Dean.
1w Baltitnore, Md.
At Private Sale.
e '' TIlE well-known thre'9
story. brick residence on
-e Main or Congress Street,
nest to cot:ner of Liberty Street, contain.
s ing twelve upright rooms. For particu
lars apply at this oflice.
SnoE LASTS, Boot Trees, Crimping
BIoards, Awl Ilandles, Raps. Shoe
Thrend, Tacks, &o., just req id by
feb 20 MeI YRE & CO.
Notice to Tax Payers II
B a recent Act of the Legislature, w
have been commanded to p~ay an Mddi
In order to meet this demand, we have do
I termined to inform the citizens of Fairfield
County, &%at we have on hand and are con
>itinlly receiving Liquors of all grndes.
which are to be sold at reduced rates for
cash. We hnve "Old Mountain Crown"
PURE RYE WHISKEY,
that we put against the State.--ln point of
quality ;-a(t a price that will suit all 1ov.
era of a pure article. Also several Barrels
of P'ure Corn Whiskey. Wine, Gin, Rum,
Aniity and White Wheat Whiskey. A pre
eminent articie of '"Old French Biraundy,"
which we recommend for medicinal purpos
es. Those in search of a genuine article
of WhIskey will be sure to fitid it by call.
ing on us. U. 0. DESP'ORTIES & CO
apr28 Corner No. I.
j Y virtue of power in me rested by the
I State, I will sell on the 10t h dny of Au.
gust next, before the Court Ilouso door in
WVinnsboro, within the legal hours of sale:
All that tract of land situated in Fairfield
.County, eantnining One Ihundred and
iNinety five acres, more or less, boundied on
the north by Rocky Creek, east by Cataw.
ha River, on the south ad west by lads
of the estate of Mrs S. Blarkley, deceased,
arid John Niohols. Together with all and
singular the rights, memtbers, heredita.
.mnents and appurt enances to ihe said pro.
, nises belonging, or' in anywise Incident or
Terms of Sale.
One-third cash, balance in one and two
-years, secured by bond and mortgage on
-the real estate. P'ersonal property to be
sold for cash. Purchaser to pay for
stamps. RI, E. ELISON,
july 20-tixI Auctioneer.
A pplication for Filnal Dischlarge.
N OTICE Is hereby given that as Admin.
istrator of -he Estate of the late Johni
Brice, Sr., dec'd, I will, on Tuesday thet
18th day of August next, apply to the
Judge of Probata for the County of Fair.
field, for a final discharge.
CIIA RLES 68. BR1IE, Adm'r.
a LLperonshaving demands agaInst the
Eatofthe late Osmond R. B.-own,
deceased, are hereby notified to present the
samre for payment, and alt hndented to said
deceased, will make payment at one, to the~
july 2-4-x8 Executor.
- ASSIGNEE'S SALE,
' itoof nu order made by the lion.
- .Clwon egister in Bankrutcy
in the Dalrrlot Court of the United Statet
for the Western District. of South Carolina,
I will sell at public et ory, to the .higbest
bidder fotr cash, before the Court If use
door in Winnaboro, at 12 o'clock on Mon
-daty, theo5th August next, the following
property, t o wit s Sundry Sealed Note.,
Sundry Promissory Notes, Sundr Ao.
counts, belonbIng to the estate of Joha I.
.8. B. CLOWNEY,
July lf8-t2xl Assignee.
. NEmorechest of that fino UNCOLORZ
, ED JAP3AN TEA, which has givei
-such universal satisfaction wherever used,
, Olve It. a trial.
feb 27 nBAn Devun
Hats of all Styles,
For Men and Boys. Just Opened.
I adies & Misses Sailor Hats.
My stock of Dress Goods is of the neatest
and beat qualities, and Is offered at
(he Lowest Prices for the CASII.
S. S. WOLFE.
Livery and Sale
2A STABLE. W.
A. Fs GOODING,
I KEEP constantly on hand extra flne
Kentucky Horses and Mules. Parties
in want of good stock will do well to give
me a call.
In connection with my Livery Stable, I
have opened a Carriage, Buggy and Wag
on Factory. All work neatly exected and
warranted. Give me a call.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
.ilE undersigned having sold out their
entire interest in the liar, Billiard and Ros,
taurani Saloon, to Thomas W. Itabb, find
it necessary to close their books. All per
sons knowing themselves to bo 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 closed. The books will be
left In the hands of T. W. Rabb for a short
June 4 E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
I RESPECTFULLY in
Sform the citizens of,
Intnsboro and Fairfield District, that I have
on hand a full assortment of Watcha
os. Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacler, &o., aned
will sell at the lowest, prices, and would
respeoufully ask the contnuanco of the
patronge of mny old friends and customears.
All goods warranted as represenited. I am,
prepared to do all kindl of Watch and Jew
elry work and have always a good i took of
good material on handl, and will guarantee
satisfaction. All work warranted.
Recond door from Col. Rion's Of1ico.
Buggy and Wagon
The undersigned have___
located themselves at
---lolick's old stanad, where
they are prepared to manufacmure or repair
Carriages, Bnggios and Wagons. They
are also prepared to do any kind of planin.
(ion work, such as plow-making, plow..
laying, horse-shoeing, &c. All work war
ranted to give satisfaction.
may 4i~mIEltU(ON & OILBEJRT.
25,000 lIDS. C. R. Bacon Sides,
Dry Salt andI Smoked. For salo loir for
may 14 JNO. II. CATIrCA RT.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Hons Jefferson Davis, Pres't.
Gen. Wade Hampton, Vice Pres't.
3. D. ?ENNEDY, Stee Agant,
I ~ DuBOSE EGLESTONJ,
may IG-y Local Agent.
McMASTER & BRICE
ARE now receiving a choloo lock of
Fashionable a n 1)ap Dry Goods, in
which the ladies inay find beautiful Black
silks, Jnpaneso Silks, Linens. Muslins,
Pique Cloth, Gorenediie, Dolly Vardens and
Dther Dress Goods. Elegiatt Lawes, Rib.
bous, and other dress triumlings.
Shootings, Towelings, Qillfs, Musqu I
Nets, Oil Cloths, Mattings and other hous
A good supply of Cassimeres, Linens,
Joltonades, Clothing and Hats for MCIL
1ad Boys, x well as an i nuptiual largo ad
lition to their stock of Fine Shoes and
U ard ware, Wooden ware, Crookery, Booka,
[ainits and Medicines.
A beautiful stonk of Wall Papering,
Window Shades, &e.
rho Inspeotion of the Publio is Invited,
I Car load Corn.
18,0O0 lbs. Flour in barrels and sacks,
8,000 lbs. Bacon and Bulk Meat,
150 Bushels meal,
Sugar and Coffee, difTerent grades,
A prime lot W. I. Molasses,
1 Barrel Fresh Petroleum.
FOR SALE BY
BE.A.TT & BIO.
flCKETS to the CONCRET
nair and honest dealing in Dry Goods,
.lats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunke, &o., can
to had at
DAVIDSON & G'S.,
Row Dry Goods Emipariumi, no~t door to
Elliott. & Co's.
NEW A R RIVALS,
J. D. McCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel of Old Cabinet Rye, 1860.
1 Barrel Blackberry lirandy.
1 Barrel Oinger lirandy,
Rlamsey's Scorch Whiskey.
Stuart's Irish Whiskoy.
Also, a good stock of Groceries, consist.
lag of Sugar, Coffne, Rice, Molasses, Ba.
on, Lard, Breakfast 8trips. Sugar Cnred
Rbouldors and Hlaws, Jars, Pink Eye, Ear..
ly Rose, Goodrich and reach Blow Pota
mes5. Jan 80
A LARGE supply of half gallon and quart
1Frudit J ars.- Also Finest Gua P'owder
Tea, Hlyson rea, Black Tea and Japan Tea,
always for sale by
SJuno 16 McMu ASTE R & BRICB.
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