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r hundred. Apply at this office.
a:-T Winnbboro Grange postponed
its meeting on Saturday last until
next Saturday week, the third Satur
day in the month.
Mr. Washing'on Muson laid on our
table lust Tuesday a very five sweet
potato, the firist we have seen this sea
We are under obligations to Mr
Robert Hawthorn for a lot of extra
9no tomattoes, one of which measured
thirteen and a half inches in circum
Was quite lively Monday, owinz
to the crowd drawn here by the Court
being in session. The rainy weather,
however, prevet.ted as large a crowd
from being on hand as usually coics
in.. Nevertheless what it lacked in
numbers, it made up in "sperrits."
Backing Greeley and Brown,
A. T. Stewart, the great Dry
Goods merchant of Now York, sent
his check for $20,000 to Hon. Ethan
Allen, a few days since ; and author.
ized him to draw for $75,000 mnore, if
necessary, to aid in the election of
Grecley and Brown.
We have received the first iumber
of a very pretty little quarto publish
ed atCharlotte, North Carolina, and
edited by Mrs. Addie Paul. It it.
certainly the neatest, prettiest and
best little sheet we have received in a
long time. We wish it every succes
"Another Richmand in the Field,"
Attorney.-General Chamberlain i6
beginning to loom up as a candidat
for the Governorship. Anybody be.
fore Moses. Chamberlain is decided
ly the most decent man we have heard
spoken of yet.
The Chester Reporter record., the
death of Mr. Eli C. Smith of tha.t
The flist boll of S31 Island cotton
has found its way into Charleston.
The Lexington Dispatch annour~ces
capture of a large wild cat at Long
]Branch in that county on the 20th in
Court opened Monday, Judge
Thomas presiding. There are abou
seven teen eases on the Criminal Dock
a t, including one murder caise, that ol
Mr. George Martin for the homnici.
of A. Y. Paul, and several cases of
Grand Lareeny. The others art.
mostly minor offences, and can be
* Graud Jury.
The following is the list of Grand
Jurors drawn for the present term of
HI. C. Davis, Mitchell Coleman, H.
W. Desportes, W. B. Estes, G. RI.
Ilinnant, Dennis Miller, J. A. Robert.
son, Jos. .Thompson, Jas. Turner.
T Ihos. Willingham., Wylie Uerbert,
4 Isaac Oneal, Rt. K. Pickett, Iraneus
Pope, Isaac Parr, Jylin E. Robertson,
J.L. Hlutchison, Jas. K. Rasbb. ,
Tire1 of the Paper Loafer.
S One of our subsoribers, tired of hav
in" his paper persistently borrowed
y by a neighbor, writes us the fullowing
note. Let other paper-borrowers read
~j and profit by the hint containied
"MRt. EDITOR :-I have been an.
-noyed very umuchi for some timie, by a
friend and neighbor borrowing my
[er ald. I have got him in the not ion
ait last to take your paper. If lie
dosnot pay you for it I1 will.
''" The Temporanno Cause."
Tihe above is the title of a paper
issued at Chester, S. C., by E. NI.
Evans, Esq. It is published every
Friday, and the terms of subscription
are $1 per annum. From' a hasty
perusal, it appears to be very neatly
gotten up, full of choice reading
matter, and unacce ptionablo in tone.
As indicated by its nuame, it is devoted
to the cause of temperance. We
wish it sueccess.
Auspicious for Groeley.
Tihe Now York Herald, which al
ways shapes its course so as to be oni
the winning side, is gradually ateering
- f its boat towards the Grecley shore,
and we doubt not but that In a short
b. time it will be one of the warmest of
"old Honesty's" supporters.
Daniel Drew, A. T. Stewart, Win.
B~1. Astor and Commodore Vanderbilt,
the wvealthiest men of New York city,
first named advises betting-charactor
to stake their last cent on Horace.
Oan't Face the Musio,
Judge Orr has doelined to aceop
the challenge fur a public discussio
of the political situation, sont him b
Mr. W. D. Evans, a citizen of Ander
son County. His reasons for declin
ing may be satisfactory to himself an
his friends, but it would seem to out
siders that, if he was iot afraid o
the truth, he would be willing to woe
it at any time.
Sumner for Greeley.
It is quite signifliant that Charle
Sumner, one of the pillari of the oli
abolition party, comes out so heartil,
for Greeley. Mr. Oreeloy and Mr
Sumner did more for the emancipatioi
of the negroes than any other .twi
in the United States, and yet they ar
Liberal Republicaus. What have ou
colored friends to say now ? The;
surely can't accuse him of turnink
We had the pleasure Tuesday o
meeting Capt. \V. 1i. Lybrand, o
Lybrand & Sun, Music Dealers in Co
lumbia. TI.e Captain brought witi
him the set of instruments purehaset
of him for the brass band, recentli
formed by our white citizens. He wil
act in the capacity of instructor foi
the band, and hasalready given th<
primary lessons. The instruments ar<
of a superior finish, and were careful2
They are twelve in number ani
consist of 3 E flat Cornets, 2 B flat Cor
nets, 1 B flat Repiano, or Orchestr
Cornet, 3 E flat Altos, 1 B flat Tenor
I E flat Baritone, and 1 E flat Tuba
-r Contra Basso.
The young men composing the band
have taken hold of the enterprise witl
determined energy, and our citizem
may confidently look forward to Le
ing eatertained with some delightful
MusIC before many months roll round
Messrs. Lybrand & Son deal in all
kind.- If mnusiUal merchandize, and'
are prompt in Oilling all orders se, I
Tie Radical campaign, now full3
in.ugurated in our County, has al.
ready developed considerable belli
gerency in its own lines. Saturdau
lust was determined upon for meet
ings in several different parts of the
County, this place, Monticello anm
Jenkinsville. At this point "a righ
silart scriammage" took place betweer
two individuals of tLo colored per
su:sion, one of them the leader of oni
of the Radical factions, the other i
liilit-culored carpenter. No bluoi
was shed and no bones were broken.
At Monticello a fight occurred be
rween two negroes, Ned Means anm
P'rimus Bell, tihe latter being severela
cut by by thme 'ormner, a general me
lee ensuing. In the aftornoon thi
Monticello crowd repaired to Jen
kinsville for the purpose of holding:
mass meeting, when a big row was b
gun, nothing serious resulting.
Go it, boys. W e'll not interfere
Fight just as much as you want to.
T'imnes ate getting dull anyhow, an<
we are hard up for locals.
Take Y our County Paper.
Tlhe following, fromt one of our ex
changts, is so applicable to the case
one of our old subseribers, who re
noewed his subscription a fow day
ago, (after having let it run out abou
six months,) that we cannot forteam
republishing it. TIhose of our sub
scribers who have neigh bors that do no
take a paper will be doing them a kind
ness by inducing theam to subscrib<
at once to the Winnsboro Nmxws an<
"We know of an instance where
eentloemn of wvealth refused to takt
his county patper, in which, shortly af
terwards appeared a legal advertisc.
ment that interested him to the tura
of two hundred dollars. It wasb
accident that lhe heard of it, and bare,
ly had timoi, after niuch trouble, tm
put in his claim. TIhis shows htow
important it is for a man to take hii
The Chester Reporter goes for Sol
omon L. lHoge after this mianner:
"4Somne three years ago in a cent
munication from Columbia we state<
in the Reporter that this same 1og<
was about thte meanest looking cuss we
saw in thme city. We thought at th<
time that we were very moderate i:
our expression, for if there ever wa
a liead thme phrenological development
of which marked it as the htead of
pirate, or a face in the lineaments c
which thief and scoundrel were stamp
ed, it is the head and face of thi
Solomnan L. Huge, lie has for nearl,
three years quietly nuirsed his wratl
at thme indignity hie feels we put upoi
him. On Saturday last, in the cours
of his speech, with the cowardly pur
pose of inciting an igonant. nnA eai
?4 A Perlous Season.
d Glorious and delightful as the Summer
weither is, its tropical heat is a severe trial
to th vital powors. Even the strongest
o- are sometimes prostrated by its effects.
The common phrase applied to this condi.
tion of the body is "general debility."
it Now, general debility arises from, and in.
oludes a variety of allments. The liver is
more or less affected, the bowels are either
I- constipated or too much relaxed, the ston.
t ach but half performs the work of diges
tion, the appetite too poor, and spirit do.
a gressed. This is what is catlled general do.
)f Willry. It is a general disarrangement of
all the physical frinotioins, and re-quires as
a remedy a medicino that will regulate
0 them1 nil, iiostotters Stoinh Bitters is
specially ndopted to mhis purpose. Its
generI operation is not confitod to a sin- 0
d gle orgran. If tie l'ver is effected, it re. A
stores its tone. If the stomach is torpid, it
regeneraes it. If tie nerves are tremu. N
Is lons and weak, it braces and reinforces .,
fihem. If the miind, which ever symipa.
1hizes with the body, is gloomy and despon- I
I dent, it releves the diliculty, and soon
brings the whole mechanism of tie body
into iarmoony with the laws of health. Sau
e There is no civilized nation in the Ilest
e ern ienmisphero in which tihe utility of
lo-tetter's Stomach Biters as a tonic, d
corective, and anti hillious medicine, is
n not known and apprecitited. Throughout
tho Trmopie it is considered, by the people
and the profession, tihe standard specifio.
a While it is it moedicine for all seasons anid
d all climates, it is especially suited to the ju
complaints generated by ilie weather, be
ing tihe purest and bost vegetable stimulant
in the world.
Beware of the Bitters made of aorld and
dangerous materials, which unscrunulous .
s parmies are endeavoring to foist upon tie Will
[ people. '1heir mtine is legion, iad the nde
1 public has no guarantee thnt they are pois- ted
o onous. Adhere to tIme tried remedy, lios- nak
t tter's Bitters, sold only in glass, and .
never in kegs dr barrels. .l
3 PLAIN QUFsTIONs rOR ISvALID.-iave 1
ime ruutino imedicires of the profession
done you no good? Are you discoum ag.d D 1
anld miserable ? it so. test tlie properties
Sf tie new Vegetable Specifio. DR. WALK- ket
-iu's CAtroirosmA VixNOiin BeITT s, already ill
fiimous as tie finest iivigorant, corrective n
. ar.d aterative, that has ever seeni the light.
Dvspeptics and perso.is of bilious habit
should keep it within reach, if 'hey value N
l alth and case.
WIiATEvrity iiouiaXIMAN WANTS.-A good Jul
chenp and reliable Liniment. Such an ar
ticle is Dr. Tobia-i' Venetian Horse Lini.
.nent. Pjint. boatlet at One Dolla.. For
Limeness, Cuts. Calls, Colic, Sprains, &c , rp11
warranted better than tny other. Sold by . Q
I lie Drug6ists. Depot, 10 Park Place, New tie I
York. es. 1
UinNETT CocoAiNr.-A kompound of lar p
Cacoa-Nut Oil, &c., for tihe Ilai', has es
tablish a world wide reputation Its na. ju
tural adaplation, agreeableness, and Free
ness from all Injur-ous or Soiling Proper.
. ties, together with its clmeapieas in respect
to durability and size of bottle, render it
unequalled by any other p.teparation in the
world. For sale by all Druggists. The
MAGC OF TEi MoUTn -Odiferous Sozo- will
dont.. renders tie mouth enchanting coin- five
posed of rare. antiseptia herbs, it. impaits tile
wh~iteness to tie teeth, a delicious flower- F(
like aromna to time brenth, ajnd preserves in- .rF
.net. from youlh to age the teeth. F
P1ATT's ASTRAL Otr..-More accidents tici
occur fromn using unbnfo (ils, t han fron tio
steamboats and railroads comliined. Over 1
200.000 families continue to burn Pratt's
Astral Oil, and tino accidents directly or ii
directly have occurred frotu burning, stor
ing eor handling it. Oil House of Charles
ri-alt, established 1770. New York. T. D.
- 'hancy & Co., Charleston, agents for South T
O u'-olina. fe
A BIAUTIFUL WHImTi, soft, niooth and
clear skin is produced by using 0. W.
Laird's "lBloo-n of Youth." It removes ton,
freckles, sunburns, nnd all other discolora
tions fron time skin, leaving tlim complex
ion brilliant and beautiful. Sold ut. all
iruggists. This preparation is entirely 1
fr-o from any material detrimental to I
JUST TutH R ama1>v NEDnun.-Thmanks to 11
Mirs. Wim'slow's Boothinig Syrup, we have St
..mor years been relievedl froni sleepless M
nights of piniftul watching wvith poor, suffer- Al
in,oethin mg children- ing
FnDvst~rrA.-Indigestion1 depressioa conm,
h of spirits and genemral debility an thiri va- Shot
ieus formtos; also, as a proventive againist iy 11
Feve: amnd Ague, and otlhr- intermittenmt fc- toes,
vras. The Fermro P'hoesphoratedl Elixir of
Calisaya, omado by Claswell,' hlazard & Co., B
-,New York, amid sold by all liruggiste, is time
best tonie, anmd as a tommie for patmits re
e covering from fever or other sickniesses, it
1 . s no eqtmal.
A RIIarSL's clasvisr Gov.nile.N:B , Cor~os
WVAT-am accoirdinmg to time originmal formutla le
of Provost Pamri.a, so long andl favorably Cr
knownm to thme customers of ianvilanid, liar. ar
ra aimd khialey and thoir branches, for its mien
finme fr-agiance Is now made by if. W. .Risley ly
a mnd mime tmado stpilid by his suaccessors, rn
-M3om-gan & Rtisley, Drcggist's New York.
* Tm tns-roN's tlvomu PlirAc Toorn PownER.
F Time best article kmmown for cleansinig and -
preserving time teeth and gummms. Sold by
all Druggists. P'rie 25 and 50 cenits per
Sbottle. F. C. We'tlls & Co., Newv York.
'CAnn ioi.iO SAtx muneualled as a iloalin g e
-Conmpound. Phiysicimans recomnmend it as D)ry
time mmost wvondem-fual remedy ever known--cs
Price 25 cents per box. John F. Iemnry, a
fsole Pr-oprietor, 8 College Place. New York. m
Ctantm-aAono's llAmn Dva.--Thmis miagini. ---
coot compound is beyond contingeney, thme
safest amid miost reliabmle Ilyc in existenuce ;
V never failing to Impart to time Hiair, uim.l
'. fecrmity of color, nourishment mand elastici
ty. Manuifactory, 08 Mai-den Lamne, N. Y,
SvaP-N:A is Oplium putrineod of its sick- T
aning and poise'nous qualities, It is a per
feet anmodyneo not prodtucing headache or
constipation of hoewels. mis is time case with
ot her preparat ions of opium. Joh n Fe rr,
Chemist, Newv York. july
1 -- - - -_____
-Orm'moE OnAlnMAN FAmnrnm.i) COUNTY.
WVzs stao, 8. C., July 27, 1872.
ACONVENTION will be hmoldI at Winns
fL.boro on time J0thm of Augmust next, at 10
. o'clock, A. M. and time following precincts
I are emtitled, eaoch, to six delegates, for time
in purpose of electing delegates to time Con
r gresilonmal and Stata Nommiinating Conven
. tions, whmich will assenmbhe In Coluamabla on
; thme 14t h anid 21st of Amngust. next: ilorob.
.Ridgeway, Doko, Gladdon'~s Grove, Dur
.- hamus, Winnsboro, Yongumesville, Feaster. -Jo
- vylle, Monticello and Jenvkinsvillo,
W. J. McDWEgLL,
. aug 1-xltl Chairman.
-At Private Sale.
A ,m - TilE well-knowa three
*story. brick residence on
ualMin or Conigress 8treet,
- next to corner of Libert y Street, contain.
di ing twelve iupmrit rooms. For particu
o tars apply to the undersigned.
a juno 27 DuBSE EGLESTON.
y NE more chest of that Aine UNCOLOR- A
It. 1)ED JAPAN TEA, which lias given 11.
m, such universal satiefaotioni wherever used, Tea
inr Give It. a trial. i
jfeb 27 nR ATY nnt) J..
B ly excitable race to avenge his sul
posed wrongs, he stated that we he
advocated in 0 columns of the R
portor "the organization of secret a
t cieties for the purpose of driving ca
11 pet.baggers, scalawags and negroes oi
Y of the State with the knifo of the a
- sassin." To this wicked and cowar<
- ly charge we have only to reply, th
I it is a wilful and malicious lie ; and
- lie told with the devilish purpose 4
f inciting confusion and bloodshed."
t It makes us feel good all over I
road the above. We believe in cal
ing things by their right natnes, an
8 if a man is a thief, a villain, a cov
I ard, etc., let him be designated i
such. This follow IHoge ~is said I
have made the fastest time on recor
in his celebrated rcreat from Abb
ville County in 1868. ie is the san
individual, also, who said that li
r would like to get all the "niggers" i
South Sarolina in a pen, snd the
turn loose his regiment (of U.
soldiers) upon them. Ie is now
shining light of "the party," an
wants a good, fat, office.
Cliecrin, News from York Counlty.
A private letter received by us thi
morning from Yoikville, and from
,eiitleman well versed in polilica
tuatters and calculations, gives thi
gratifying intelligence that, tha
county can be carried for Greeley an
Brown by from five hundred to on
From our letters everywher
throughout the upper portion of th
State the sane glorious news is herald
ed. The under current is at work
A revulsion in feeling is going on
All other opinions to the contrary, w<
believe South Carolina will go for th,
Liberal ticket.- Chur. Rrpublican.
"Juh-iny, where is your pa ?"
"one fish ing, sir."
"lIe was fishing yesterday, was i
"What did lie catch V'
''One ca'fish, the rheumatism, tw<
eels, the toothache and some littl
ones. Ma says he'll catch li-l to
night ; just wait till he gets hone.
The Ilono of Henry Clay.
The Sues of Various Colleges.
Five Colleges in operation, with 30 Prc
owors and intrueaors and 600 .'tudlenit:
Entire Fees need not. exceed $20 I-or annrl
. xceit in Law and Commerci.al college
B.arding fio'n $2 to $5 per week. Stu
detits of the Agricultural and MAchanio1
I 'ollao can d-tnny a portion of thv.;ir ex
nonses by labor on the farm nr in ti
0 sopr. $ asions begin second Mon lay i
k --pauiber. For catalogues or other infoi
zn.tion. address J. B. BOWMAN,
aug 7-to Regent, Lexington, Ky.
Mr. Editor. Please announce Mr. J. I
B3OY,18 as a candidate for Sheriff at th
ensuirg election, and oblige his
It is a mrk of the unsuccessfil mar
liat lie invariably locks his stable dec
when the horse has been stolen. This so,
of wisdom never thinks about bodily hecah
- ntil It is gone. But just. as much as an
disense has becomo scaled, the powerc
the sstemto rsistand hrowit offi
weakened ;hienee timo is all inmportant.
For dlyspepia, all diseases of the livel
stomiaja, skin and kidneys, and all that 1'c
-gin in vitiated blood, do0 not wait until tt
trouble is confirmed, but attack it by
timiely use of Un. WALKOsa's CALIFORNI
M ILIiLIE, FL A., Sept,. 22, 180.
D)r. Wlm. II. Tuft:
Dear Sir-In m~y young days I was ratli
er wild, and become the victim of a loathl
somne disease. I was treated by ani eminer
physician, and thought I was cured. -dfre
moving to this State [ was horrifid at tind
lug that the disuase was making its appear
ance again, in a stecond~ary for m. Ulcer
formledl in my muth li and oh different parts <
r my bodly. I also became afilicted with se
veyre Rtheumatism. I employed fi:rcern
physicians, anid used various patent meidi
c ines for monthse, all to no purpose. Duarin
a visit to Jacksonvillo I saw your Sarsapn
rill and Queen's Delight, and conclude
3 to try it. I have taken a dozen bottles
and~ believe that the poison is enlirol
driven f'romi my system. I intend contiri
tug ii, however, to makne a sure thing c
it. /.t the reqnues of your Agent, I send
this to you. You are at liberty to use it a
y ou hike. Yours respeel fully,
JOHlN hI. G UILFORD.
Llver' Complaint andE Biltons
Dr. 'l'ut 's Liver P'ills exert a direct ana
andl powerful infltuence oin the Liver ani
will certainly relieve that important orgal
from discato, and restore its nominal funt
Dr. Tutt'. Ihair Dye is Sold Everywhere.
OC.AP--rnAP Axni CAX-r.--Invalid readeri
yotu are unwise enough to putt youirself out
side of any or the mock tonics guaranteed
to contain "no ditl'usho stImulant," yei
will inevit ably come to grief. Ask yeni
physicIan if any liqtuid preparation, desti
ito of stimunlating properties, hs worthyc
the naeof a tonic. He wvill tell you at
a Shun all such nauseous catchipeinles.
Plantation Bitters, the inost, wholesome In
i vigorant in thme wor'ld, owes the rapidit
3 with which it relieves the dlisordlered stonE
ach. andi the sh~atterred nerves to the diffui
sive agent. ivhich conveys its medicinal in
a gredients to the seat of the complaint.
B That agent of the sugar cane, the inest atu
triconus and agreeable of all the varietli
a or alcoohol. The medicinal Ingredients (
[ th~e Bitters, valuable as they are, would b'
comnparatively useless without this distri
*butivo basis. They would ferment, an
a sour. Beware, as you hope for health, of th
horrible compounds of refuse drugs In
stale of farmentatlon which humbugs ar
endeavoring to foist upon the public
D 1r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover
3 will not, raise the dead, but it will benef
.. and cure the living. For all severe cughi
Threat and Bronchial diseases It has nev<
. SPRING GOODS.
Jn 0, DOAG
1as just reeoived a large and splendid
as-sortment of Dry Goods, Ladies Dress
Goods, Notions, Faney Goods, Shoes, &o.
Also fresh Groceries, Bacon, Floir,
Mackerel, Lard. Meal, (is 6t. Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Syrups and fresh Kerosene Oil,
FEZS. %T_-0 80.OA-,
Wishes to Inform her friends and patrons
that she has just opened a full stock of the
1. latest styles of lats, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Laces, Flowers, &c., and will, as hereto,
fore, uso every clort to please the most fis
tidious. Orders will receive careful and
prompt attenlion. Bridal and Mourning
Bonnets, made to order. Also latest styles
Chignons, Switches, Fancy Jewelry, La
les TycS, &c. api 18
1 Car load White Corn,
1 Car load Flour, fron New Wheat,
10 Bihls. Pearl Grist,
5 Casks Bacon,
Crushed, A, ex-C, C and Denmarara Su
Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffee,
2 Casks Canvassed llamas.
D. R. Flenniken.
Notice to Tax Payers I
)Y a recent Act of tho Legislature, we
"have been commanded to pay an addi
f - -MA 3 ! 40 M T M ME3,
In[ order to mce(, this demand, we have tie
termined to inform the citirzens of Fairfield
County, Lhal. we have oi hiand and are con.
inially receiving Liquors of all grades.
which are to 'be sol at redmuced rates for
cash. We have "1Old .Mounliin Crown"
PUR1E 1RYE WHISKEY,
that, we piut against lite State,-in point of
quality ;--at a price that. will suit all Inv.
er4 oft a pure m liclm. Alsu several inmemrls
of Pure Corn Whiskey, Wine, in, Imim,
Aamity and White Wheat Whiskcy. A pro
eminent artic'o of "Old French Brandy,"
whicih we recommend for miedicinal purims
es. Those inl seam-eli of a genmuinle artkicle
of Whiskey will he sure to find it. by call.
ing on n. U. a. DE1S1Ot'ES & CO
apr 23 Corner No. 1.
Application for Finlal Discharuge.
N'T ICE is hierchy~ givemn that as Amldminm
itmrator of .he Estate of thme late Johni
. mrico, Sr., deo'd, I will, on 'Tuesdamy lihe
. 8th daiy of August mext, apply to lhmo
1Jiulge of [Probaitm for thle Counly of Fair
.field, for a fmunl di'chmar'ge.
- 0 HIAIRLES S. BIRICE, A -lm'r.
t Executors Notico, .
LfL persons having dlemandls against time
I. Estate of time lato Osmuond it. jirownm,
deceased, areo hereby notified to piresenmt imo
same for' payimenti, anmd all inidebtied to said
deceased, will amake paymenit at, onice, to time
y WV. C. BROWN,
juliy 2-l-x8 Execumior.
I Y vituo of power ini me vested bmy time
I t Stato, I will sell on time 10t h dlay of Aim
gust nexl, before time Court Hlouse door' ini
WVinnusbor'o, witin time legal hours of isale:
All that tract of imand m'itmat ed in Faimlildi
,Comny, cont ainming OneoI ludmred anmd
r Nimnemy five acres, more or less, bmotunded aim
time norlth by Rlocky C'eek, east by Cataw.
bm River, onm time souimh andmi west. by lands
of time estate of IMri 8. llamkley, deceased,
.and Johnm Nicho1s. Together with all aid
simngular time rights, members, hmereditma.
-ments andl appuirlenances to lime said pro
mimes belonging, or' in amywismi incidenti or
Tori'iS of Sale.
One-third cash, balanco in one and two
years, scoured by bomnd andh rmomtgagmg otn
lihe remal estaite. Pecrsonsal prnuoperly to be
sold for cash. P'urchmaser' ma pnty for
stamps. IR, B. E LLIXON,
July 20-tihxh Auctioneer.
aAssessment of' Personal P'roperty.
-CourrY AUDITrots OFriemi,
Fair field July 28 18'72.
rpiiE County Auditor will attend att, C.
Hi. Sorugg, shoe shop on Saturdamy time
10th (day of ;August; tand at iumffalo on
Thursday lit h lth day of Amuguist next,
to receive r eturns of thme assessmnent of P'er.
sonal Prmoperty. FIft~y per cent will be ad.
ded to time assessment of all I'ormuonal
Property nuot relurned omn or before the 20th
Sof August neoxk,
J. 8. ST E WAIRT.
july 81 i-i County Auditor,
A. F, GO0O0D INGQ,
[ KEEP constantly on hand extra fine
.. Kentucky Horses and Mules. Parmies
in want of good stook will do well to give
me a call,
't In connection wIth my Ihvery Stable, I
r have eponmed a Carria ge, Bumggy and Wag.
49 on Factory. All work neatly excomnted and.
warranted, Oive me a call,
Very Pretty Indeed I
Don't Como all at Once I
BUT everybody como first and get first
choice of those new arrival of Iadies Dress
Goods opened yesterday and now reposing
so beautifully and gracefully on the couu
ters and shelves. A lot of superb.iiproved
Fruitt Jars for tho preservation of Peaches
and other Fruits.
Turnip seed, includging Ruta Baga,
Dutch Globe, Red lop, and yellow Aber
deon and Flat, Dutch.
WOODWARD & LAW,
Offer their Stoch
Consisting of P"oplins, Japi
nese Cloths, Lawns, Piques
&c., AT COST to CASH (us..
Prices on Summer Clothing,
UCassileres, Linens, Iats, &c.,
ireduced froim this date.
Special attention called to a
lot of Geits 11a nd-Sewed Shoes,
(Oxford Tuies and Congress
Shoes,) offeredi at $4.50 and
$5.00 per pair.
J UST IN
We have just receiv
ed a handsonic lot of
Goods, which we are
offering for the
Call and1( ExamIine,.
Our entire stock
of' Lenos, .Japanese,
Grenadines, and oth..
will be offered at
Strictly cost prices
from this date for the
LADD BROS & CO.
A. I., E J
Just in storo 8 Casces McE wan's Edinbur6
Ono case best London Stout. For sale by
R. J. McCAURLE Y.
Comec at La1st.
POMERANIAN OLOBE TURNIP 81ED,
R.led or Purple Top Turnip Seed,'ygliQe
Ituta 11ags Turnip Seed, fe Dutoh Turnip
Seed, Seven Top Turnip seedl.
tuly 28 uMu ATE o BRE.On,
rass Sdythes and Sna(hs,
met;' Shovels and Potato Drags,
ails from 3 to 40 penny,
fine Shot Guns,
Colt's Revolving Rifle at cost,
'orcestrshire, John Bull and Pepp,
omatto Catsup an'1 Chow Chow Pickle
18o a Gno lot of Toilet Soap.
I. R. Thompson.
LL persons having claims against th
Estato of Robert Elder, deoeaset
hand them in properly attested. and a:
bled to the same, are respeofully invi
o come forward at an early day, an
D settlement with
JNO. H1. CATHCA RT.
ly 31-txlw4 A dmr.
'LOUR I FLOUR I FLOUR !
IECT from the Mills. a lot Extra an,
it. 1, Family Flour at tho lowest mat
rices. Parties in want of Good Flou
Mid it to their interest to call on
g I It. J. McCRLEY.
OTER lot of fine Irish Potatoes jus
y 30 MioINTYRE & CO.
Notice to Tax Payers.
E hooks of the Tow n Council will h
pen until the lstSeptember. 1872, fu
iayment of Street and Real Estate Tax
fter which time, if not. paid, the rego
enalty will be imposed.
D. It. FLENNIKEN,
ly 25 Clerk of Council.
iext Annual Session of this Instit utioi
begin October 1st, 1872, mid continu
noniha. The Clinleal advantages c
ichool a o unsurpassed.
es including Dissection & Hospitn
*r CATALOGUES containing full par
airs npply to
f. 011AS. IV. CHANCELLORI; Dean.
OE LASTS, Boot Trees, Crimpin
Boards. Awl Handles, Rnsps. Sho
ad, Tacks, &c., just received by
>20 McINTYRE & CO.
I. D. MoCARLEY'S.
Biarrel of Old Cabinet Ryo, 1860.
Barrel Blackberry lirandy.
Biarrel Ginger Brandy,
inmsoy's Scotch Whiskey.
hart's Irish Whiskey.
so, a goodh stock of Grocerles, consist
>f Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses, Bn
Lard, Breakfast Eirips. Sugar Cnre,
ulders and llama, Jars, Pink Eye, Ear
.080, Goodrich and Peach Blow Pot,
taggy and Wagor
The undersigned have
leecated themselvyes at
Bolick's old st and, where
are prepared to manufacture or repai
inges, Buggies and WVagons. The
slso prepared to do any kind of plante
work, such as plow-making, ploy
ig, horse-shoeing, &c. All work wai
sd to give satisfaction.
hy1-m IER RON & GILrJERT.
i,000 LBS. C. R. Bacon Sde
Salt and Smoked. For sale low fe
ly 14 JNO. H. CATHCARIT.
FE INSURANCE CO0,
n, Jefferson Davis, Pres'i
i. Wade Hawngton, 'Vice Pres't,
3. D. KENNEDY, Sta'.e Agant,
ay 10-1y Local Agent.
[,A ROE supply of half gallon And qual
Fruit, Jara. Also Pinest Oun Powd<
Hyson Tea, Black Tea and Japaa Teu
ye for sale by
no 16 MoMA8TR & litICe