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0^- Extra copies of the NEws can
be obtained at this office. Prico 5ots. t
One Thousand old papers, suitablo t
r wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots.
r hundred. Apply at this office. C
Nir. John D. McCarley claims to
have the finest sogars in town. Mack
will acept our thanks for a samplo f
of the samo.
Bishop Howe's Visitation.
Rev. Dr. Howe, Protestant Episco- o
pal lish op of the Diocese of South i
Carolina, will visit this P'arish Sun
day 29th September next.
New Advertisomints. 0
Citaticn--W. M. Nelson, Judge of J
Mooting of hook and Ladder Com.
pany-D. R. Flonnikeu, Acting See- n
Mt. Zion School-Davis and Robert C
Notice-W. B. Peakc, Clerk. o
Furniture-It- V. Phillips. C
Ellibou's Watermwellons-MeIntyro F
& Co. 1
New Arrivals-G. A. Whito. n
The North Caroliua Elcetion-Me- A
Laughlin & Johnston. 1
The Court was engaged Thursday
morning in the trial of Essex McIriff, b
colored, indicted for perjury. After 1
an absence of nine or ten hours, the ia
jury returned a verdiet of "guilty."' o
A. S. Wallace was renominated for *
Congress from this (the 4th) Congres.
sional District by the Convention of r
Repubilcians wihioh met in Colunilia 1
last Wedlnesday. Comment is un- 0
RebuialIng of I4t. Zion Collige.
We are glad to learn that at last
the rebuildinlg of the Mt. Zion Col
]ego edifiec bus begun. It vas burn
ed in May, 1867, and since that titie
the exercises of the school have been
conducted in seine out houses. r
E. F. Stobes signs a call in the
Carolinian for a State Convention of n
all Democrats opposed to the election a
of Horace Grecley. Poor Stokes ! n
His friends had better turn him over C
to the care of Dr. Ensor in Culunibia.
ror Congress. L
We have been reguosted by Col. J.
0. McKissick to announce that he
will be a eindidate for Congress in
this Congres.iiotial District at the ap
proaching election, subject, we pro- h
suie, to the decision of the Conven. a
tion of the Counties composing the
The following are the sentences of
Judi~ge Thomas upon the prisoners e
conivioted at this term of the Court :g
Lee Brown, Bigamy-five years in il
penitentiary at hard labor.
Sam D)ouglass, Larceny-one year n
in penitetiary at hard labor.
Essex McGriff Perjury-two years o
in penitentary at hard labor. e
Look Out Post-Masters 1
It has been reported to us that at
malniy or the Post Oflices in this (Coun-a
ty, Post.Masters nrc in the habit of
lonmding our Tri-Weekly newspap)er toa
the subscribers of the IhnALn, and
in manmy instances to thiose who area
too mean to subscribe to any journaln
This practice dlestroys the interest of
the HEAarD subscriber in his paper, ~
and injures our business. Thero is a
very stringent postal law on this11
point, and while we would be loatho
to apply it-our rights must be re
Rather Premature. b
The Conservative citizons of An.. e
dersen had a mass meeting last week,
and1 amongst other resolutions, adopt- q
ed one calling for a State Convention i,
of all opposed to Radicalism. Such b
action .we deemi unwise just now. d
Our true policy is to mnainitain "a mans- (
torly innctivity'' for the present, "lie ec
low," andl watch closely passing i,
events. Our strength at this time is b
centered in keeping quiet, and re- 4
lmaining passive. We conmcive this tl
to b~e the propeor course to be pursued c
in the pree'snt crisis of our affairs, and g
we believe any other will work inju- a
ry to us, anid to tho cause of Reform.
WVe have received from thme pub- ii
lishers, Messrs. WValkcr, Evans & e
Cogswell, Charleston, S. C., a pamph. a
let containing the proceedings of the 1<
South Carolina Medical Association, T1
at its annual session in April last. hi
Amongst its Vice Presidents we ob- si
servo the name of our townsman, D)r. w
C. HI. Ladd. Dr. T. TI. Robertson is 3
a member of the Committee on Eth. h
oodings ar, soveral highly interesting I
apers apportaining to the Medloal I
rofession, which were submitted at
be last meeting of the Association.
Vo will bo glad to lend the pamphlet
a any of our medical friends, provid
d they will return it.
It is said that the tinoturo of lobe
ia, applied to the plaee where a bee
as stung a person, will afford relief.
Physiciaus recommend ladies to
>rm walking clubs. This is a matter
j which steps should be taken.
Dr. Gibbs, of Columbia, is spoken
f as the probable successor of Dr.
)arby in the bledical Faculty of the
outh Carolina Univorsity. 4
The Carolinian chronicles the dsath
f Mr. John A. Hendrix, jr., son of i
A. Hendrix, of Columbia.
ichl and Oounty Nominations.
The Ro publicans of Richland have
iado the following nominations:
or ; members of the Legislature,
harles Minot, S. B. Thompson, A.
V. Curtis, and J. T. Gilmore, all col
red.- For Shoriff, Jesse Dent. For
lerk of Court, D. B. Miller, Sr.
'or Probate Judge, S. J. Swygert.I
'or School Comniissioner, David Si
ions. For County Commissioners,
V m. Rayne, Uriah Portee and W.
ow at a Camp-Meeting.
We learn that a difliculty occurred E
etwoen John Williamson and Andy I
merson on Sunday at a Camp.meet- t
ig held about five miles from town,
n the Bell's Bridge road. Polities
as the cause, the participants repre
3nting the twe factions of the Repub.
can party. The version that has I
!ached us points to the fir t named as
de aggressor, who is said also to have
ome out "second best." We think
outrageous that politics should be
arried into a religious meeting. The
iw is very severe, and should be en.
)rced in the present instance. Any
an who takes advantage of the Holy
abbatli for electioneering purposcs
bould be repudiated and spurned by
very one who respects decency and
The Republican State Convention
cets to-morrow in Columbia, to
ominate State oflicers, one Congress.
ian at large, and seven Presidential
lectors. From present indlications
J. Moses, jr., has the inside track
>r the Governorbhip, and will proba.
a nominated unless the Reformers
iuster a strong force. It is iumored I
,at in case Moses is nominated, there
-ill be another ticket put in the i
eld with a ReformI Republican at its I
cad. We will await anxiously the J
3tion of the Convention, end hope it
ill prove adequate to the present
The citizens band recently organiz
EL in town is making very rapid pro.
ress, and bids fair tobe one of the best
the State. They have been in posses
on of their instruments about two
ceks, some of the members not even
iat long, arid they can already render
10 piece very cred itably. This new
aterpriso is calenlated' to add much
the communuity in the shape of I
leasuro and entrtinment, and
nould be fostered and encouraged ine
substantial way by our citizens.
is composed of seome of the best d
and worthiest young mn a in town, ~
ost of thenm merchants, whose char.c
aters for energy and go-a-hcad-itive.
ass furnish sufficient guaranty that
neir musical undertaking will Dot c
A suit for divorce was brought up
Court the first part of this week.
he parties to the suit were both col-a
red. Under existing law divorce can
a granted in this State for two oaus
only, adultery, and wilful adandon- e
ent for the space of two years. TIhe e"
uestion of abandonment wvas the a
sue in the suit referred to. Upon
eing submitted to the jury, it was b
ecided in favor of the defendant, a
he wife,) and the applioation in ti
ansequenee refused. This is the first 8
istanco of a ease of this nature ever
eing placed in charge of a jury in
uls County, and we hope it will be C
me 'ast. 'We believe that the Bibli- ti
il law sh~ould alwasy prevail, thnat
rhom Goed joinoth together, let DO b
an ppnt asunder."
Mr. U. C. Baoot beeame involved c
i a difficulty Monday night with a"
>lored boy named Urins Heondrix, a
id reeoived a severe cut in the ~
ft side just beneath the heart.-- ei
lhe affair originated from Mr. It
acot's refusing to yield the
dc-walk to a colorod girl with a
hom Urias was promenading.
[r. B. was stabbed while defending p
iumelf from an attack by the other0
arty. Urias has been arrested andl a
odged in jail to answer the charge of
6ssault and battery with intent to Wi
If some of our young colored "'
'sports" were as prompt in paying tiht
heir town taxes as they are in crowd. '0
ng the sido-walks at night with their st
'duloineas," the town would be better gin
)ff. Every gentleman will always tin
livo way to a lady, but street-walkers VI
ind iiight-prowlers are entitled to no 1
:ourtesy whatever. fle
,Vew Departure in the Uirous Line, an
Old John Robitson has written a oi
otter to a Richmond paper,tendering faII
he use of his large eauvass to either a
)olitical party during the pending shi
ampaign. Speaking of "shows'' reo I
ninds us of a disappointment expe- chi
-icuetd by our young people yester- t
lay. A vehicle entered town yester- La
lay morning, drawn by two horses
vith flags in their heads, a banner YO
lying, and a drum inside the vehicle.
)f course everybody thought it was Iai
he van of Robinson's Circus, and con. ti
iderablo excitement was stirred up
mnong "the little folks." Seeing to
tothing but a drum in the shape of un
nusic, the Greeley Band were going
o offer their services, when it was do
liscovered that the aforesaid vehiclo wi
vas under the management of Mr. Ik
L',dward F. Stokes, "America's young
?atriot and Statesnan,' who has come ocq
i.to this section of the country in o0
oaroli of the "dead issues" of De- As
aocracy. Ile commenced boring for m
he remains last night, but whether I e Pr
truck gile" or "Billy Patterson," "ll
'this deponent saith not." Unles she is
'flush of spons," we advise him to el
ay his hotel bill and move on to a fre
nore appreciative community. .0
Special Notices. fre
- - ---- -- b ell
Mr. Editor. Please announce Mr. J. R. fr
JOYLI-S as a candidate for Slieriff at the nip
nsuirg election, and oblige his % ing
MANY FRIENDS. of
------------------------ - rio,
[Jr. Tutt's Sutrn'Ng~mllla and I.
This valuable preparation combines all Ca
he iNiedicintal viti ites which long experience Ne
las proven to possess tie most. safe and cf. bes
icient. A literative and deobst ruent proper- cov
ies for the cure of Scrofula, King's Evil. ha:
Vhite Nwellngs, Ulcers, Cancerous antd I
ndolent Tumors. lercuriol and Syphilitic WA
Oiections, Entlargeniuent and Ulceirition or of
he Bones, Glanils, or of t he Womb, Spleen, kit
ud Kidneys; all the various diseases of tile ral
kin. such as Tetter, Ring worms, BloiIs, tii
'itI5mples, Sore Eres, &c ; Nervoi., Aftee. an
ions, Dropsy, and all diseases originating M<
rom a depraved sIate of the Blood. Also,
iany tafections peculiar to Fetmiales, as Th,
ilppressioi, Irregilarity, Lenorrhtena or 11ri
Vhites, Sterility, Ovtarian iind Uterine all
)ropsy, &c. it is Purely Vegetable. bol
While using Dr. Titi's Liver Pills, no re
ira it. of dit or occupation is necessary. Co
ou may eat or drink as usial. They are 0lh<
tire vegetable. Pr
)r. Tull's Uir The leares no Redicilous 4
Fousonat 01 A Rto(e |-Tlhe disappoinited lie'
ideniturers w ho have fronm to to tinme for
toimp t'd to run their worthlcess pot ions ty
gainist Drake's Planttat ion Ritt ers, vow .
hat they cannot understand what founda. nui
ion there is for its amazinig popularity.- fcc
:he exprlauation is simpalle entoutgh. 'The CO:
epuitaiiiin of the world- renownied ionic is '"
oundtied upon a rock, the Rook of Expe- Chi
ience. All its inigredienits are pure and
uhiolesomte llow, then, could tricksters
nid clients ex pect to ivat it. wvith comn
ounds of cheiap drugs and ref'use liquior,
uth I liqutotless trtash in a state of aide tis
urnenitationl ? Of course the chatrlatans EY
ave come to grief'. Their little game has
riledl. 'i Iheir conttempit for the sagacity of '
tie commnity has been illy punished. __f
Iearwhlile P'lant.ation Bitters seems to bet the
Sa finr way of evetntually superseding (lec
very othIer mtedicinal prepatlttion inicludled 'I
I the class to whtich it btelongs, In every all
Itile and I'erritotry of thle Uniion it is, to- cr i
ny, thme accepted specific foi nervous de- the
ili Iy, dlyspepiai. feu er itnil agnte, rheitma- of
smn, andi all ailmentae involving a deficietn- ilo
y of vital p 'wer- icr
P'imples and brown spots5 on thle face, for,
|rnpions, Blotches, Scr-ofulous Dise-nses, wht
nid all sot-es arising fr-otm ip-c blood, are' grit
itred by D~r. P'ierce's Golden Medical Dis- tGiv
A Perious~ Season. a
Oloriouts and delighitful as thle Rummetr
otrt her' is, its tropical heat is a sevei-e ft-ri
the vital power-s. Even the strongest jIl
ro somnetimnes prostratedl by its elYets.
'e commuon phrase applied to t his coindi. Thti
on of thle body is "ge neral debility.'-- f,
low, g eneral debility arises from, and in.
ales a variety or ailments. The liver- is
re- or less atffected, thle bowels aro either
mist ipatedl or too miuch trelaxedl, t ho stomlit
oh bhut half performs the work of' diges- ,
on, thle aprpet it e too 1poor, and spuirit. de. .A ei
r-essedh. Th'lis is what is called genteral do- al'.
lily,.It. is a geineral disarrantgemnent of 3
It lhe physical funct ionis, antd reqirles au
remedy a medicine that will regulate
te all, Ilostotter's Sto-nach Jiier-s is ru
>exially adapted to this purpose. Its J.
i'neral operaution is not confined to a sin- je
Io organ. If the liver is cletedoi, it re
.ores its tone. If thle stomach is torpid, iit
geneorates it. If the neorves are tretnu
us and weak, it bracees and reinfor-ces
em,. If the tminid, which ever symp~a -
ises with the body, is gloomy and despona
snt, it relieves the diffienlty, anid so on
rings the wvhole mecchaniism of the bod'y
to htarmnony withI thio laws of henilh. i
Theliro is ro civilized nat ion in the W est.-c
'nt Ilenmisphere in whtich the uitility of'ee
odtettrs Stotnachi Bitters as as tonic, av
'rrcective, andl anti billiotns meadicine, is a__
t known and appreciated. Thronughout
a 'fropics it is considered, by the people
d( the professin, the standlard specific.--A
Ile it is a medicine for all seasons and
I cllmrates, it is especially saited to thec
mrplainits genterated by the weat her, bte- Sj
g the ptirost and best vegetable stimulant
Ilowaro of the flitters made of acrid and
angerous tnnterlalS, which unscruoutlous eenl
trties are oradeavoring to foist upon the f
0op1o. 'Iheir name is legion, and the "
iblie has no guarantee that they are pois
ious. Adhere to the tried remedy, Ilos. [V
tier's RIltter-s, sold only in glass, and V
iver in kegs or barrels, j.
It is a mark of the unssuccessful main,
At ho itvariably looks his stable door
en (ho horse has bect s(olcn. This sort
wisdom never thinks about bodily health
til it is gone. But just. as much sas any
ease has becomo sealed, the power of
system to resist and throw it oil' is
akened ; hence time is all imtportant.
r dyspopia, all diseases of ihe liver,
macli, skinl and kidneys, and all that b'e.
SiII vitiated blood, do not wait, until the
uble is confirmed, but attack it by a
Ioly use of Du. WALICLI's CAMuFOcNIA
LAIN QusnajoNs roI, INVa .tt.-llave
i routite medicines of lthe profession
1o you no good ? Aro you diSCouratgel
I ruiserable ? If so, test the propertient
the new Vegetable Specific, Ift. WAI.K
s CA.mroustA VsINa -:n Iir-rims, already
ious as the filnest. iivigoatst , correcive
I alterative, that has ever seei the light.
speptics and personls of bilious habit
iuld keep it within reach, if '.hey value
t 1and case.
iVIAT E'Vita ilottIEMAN WANTS.-A good
-a1p and reliable Liimisett . Such filn a'-.
Il is Dr. Tobias' Venetitinn Horse Lini
nI. Pit. hottles at Onte Dollar. For
miencss, Cuts, 1alls, Colic, Sprainas, &c ,
rrttnted belttr than alny other. Sold by
Druggists. Depot, 10 Park Place, New
lit;ttNTT COcOA isN - A .:omipotnd of
sja-Nut Oil, &C., for tito ir a, las es.
lish a world wide ieptt at ion Its na.
al adaptittion, agreeabloness, and Free
i fromis all i Tnurious or Soiling Proper
i. together ith its obenpeits i. respect
lurabil-iy and sizo of hottle, 1tlnder it
quaslled by aty -t her p.tepnt ra ion in the
rld, For sale by all Drigists.
il.tC Or Tu-11 MoUrT -Odilerouts Sozo
at, renders the motith enchatting com
cl of rare, antiseptit heris, it. imiparts
iteness to the teeti, a delicious tion er
, aroma to (le breath, nad preserves in.
t from youth to age the teeth.
n IATT's ASTRAL O,.M reaccidetils
ir froa Isinsag uinsa ft Vils. 1t 'ini from
atibonis nntd railrooad cobiniitted. Over
).000 familics conitinue to ittn Prait's
tral Oil, anl no icciden ts directly or- inl
oct'ly have occurred from burniing. stor.
or hialliing it. Oil ilouse of Chatlhs
,tt,- esinbhished 1770. New York. T. 1).
tcy & Co., Charlestoi, agesas for Souti
Bvtrt -. WiliT a, soft, 4moothIs amat11
ar -kinl i produticed by usiing (I. W.
ird's "Bloo'nt of Youth." It remnoves tan,
ckles, sithiuriia, and till other discolra'
as from tle skin, leavittg the cottmplex
brilliatit. n d beatifutil. -old tat all
iggists. 'I his preparatiota is entiretly
13 from any ntaterial detriiutal to
I 'sT Tilt: R11: att N as: o.t:t.-Thanktls io
s. Wittslow's Sootahinig Sytip, we have
years been re'lieved fromtt sleepless
his of' painftil watching with poor, suslfcr-t
''o D0It A.Idietin depressif.:
sjpirits ani(d genteril debtjility inl thiir va.
as fo ia; also, Its a preventive iag s aasi
aer and Ague, and otlieri itt ermtait tensa te
s. The Ferro Ptospl orat ted Elixir of
isayn, Iside by Caswell, Iiftzarid & Co..
v York, aind ld bly till D)ruaggiui., is tie
ttonic, and tas a tonaic lor pattitts te
ering from fever or other sicknesses, is
Irar,1:y's Go-m:al'a Go;.n t:l:t. Vot.onxr
T'a acorditag to tla originiaa folrtila
Provost. Pari -, so long Oandl 11 fiavolbly
)wtn to tile cisiomrs or listlavail, iatr.
asnadi hidley anad (heir bratticlhis, for its
lfragtrance is now made by if. W. lisley
Shile tiado sipplied Iy liq successors,
rgan & Risley, Drrggi!t's New Yik.
I'lltsroy's IvonV '1:A s. Too-ru Piwtt:n.
D best aricle knowi fiat' cleansint finua
serving to tetl andail giutns. Fold by
Drutggi-sts. Price 25 aind 50 cents per
(i. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
tsannotsaub'. SA.i uneaqalled abs an Henlinag
11 01-1nd. Physicianls recommend it 11s
most wonlerful reiady ever kiown.-.
cO 25 cents per box. John P. llenry,
I roprietor, 8 College Place. New Yor'l
taitsTAn0onio's llat as)i:.--This maogifn.
t compotund is heyond contIingena'ey, the
east anad tmost tel inb le Dye its exist ease:
'or failinag to o pta't to thle I aiir, atri.
tatity of color, nouraishmntat and elastiti
'iVAt5A is Op ismt pualif ied of its siek'
g and poisenaotts qutalities. It is a pot'
t antodyito naot. pr'oduinig heacheocs or
stipationa of b.>wels, as is thie caise with
er preparan itans of olttumi. Jolt at rr ,
miist, Now York. july
State of South Car'olia.
W. M.XN ELSON, E.q., l'r'obale Judge.
rhEltEAS, Nancy RL. Moceown hasth
mtadue stita to mae, to granst heri Let tes
tdtisiastt'itioit with Ithe wil[ anntexed of
Estato and effects of JIohtn Mceaowid,
'hese areo thaea'efor'e to elt antd adhitanish
nad sinagulaar the k indrlaed aitd credi tots
hte said John McKeowna, dleceaseid, (lta.
y lae atnd aippara, beftoreo mae, its thes Cout'
'robaite, to be heold at Fairfaeld Coiurt
ase Ott theo 20th of Auagn4t neaxt, aif
pulicationt thler'eof, at. 11 o'clock ittn tie
mtoonl, to shtew catuso if arty tthey have',
the said Alaministr'ation should not be
ent undert tmy hanad, this 18th daty of
august, A. D,. 1872,
.. W. M. NELSON,
J0E L.ASTS, Boot. Turees, Crimpitng
Boardls, Awl HIandles, 1inaps Slhoe
cnd, Ta'scks, &c., jutst resceaiveds bay
:b 20 MclNTYRE & ('0.
L.A RGE rapidy of haalf gahlona nnai quat
Frisiit Jaras. Alsoa Finaesta Gasun P'owdes'
,Ilysoan Tea, hlatck 'Tea anad Jtaan Tens,
o3ys fori sale lby
iac 15 McMASTrER & UnICT(E.
l'O Tieces best Sutgara 'ua'edl Caanvaasscd
ilamts, wartt d FortLl enasle how, 1by
nae 22 1(. J. MscCtI I Y.
NE LE MONS, (Coconnanls, new crop; and
ai C'atndies oft all k intds. Ice Lemoinade
-y sday fr'omt l.is dato.
LOT jusi, received andi for a.1e at
auig 15 MsclNTfYItE & CO.
)OOl Thread1~l Spool Threa~d !!
SST Tharead for Sowing Maichaint an:l
equal to ('oats' fr Itho..idle at, 90
b 21 McMA ST ER & BRICE.
[E barrel of Putro Cider Vinegar.
U. 0. DESP'ORTEs & CO.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
Lectures Begin October Ist.
4&' For Catalogues, address Wi. Wor
tenbaker, Secretary of the Faculty, P. 0
University of Yirginia.
CIIAS. S. VENAIILE,
aug 21 Chairninn of Facully.
Campaign Goods for 1872.
Agents wnlited for our Caupaign good..
8.11 at sight. Pay 100 per cent. profit.
Now i's tile limto. tseid at once for Descrip),
live CIrculir a n1d IPrico ,ist-- of our Filmc
ISteel Enigra Vin 4gs of' ilte Catfil iltet ot, Cam
paign Biogria .ki hies, Charts,. Photographs
Badges. Pills, Pitgs, ni.l everythuiiiag Iulite
to ithe tiles. Tent Dollars per ilay easily
la.le. F1ull 1 aip t ent for $3. Adldres:
MOonR & Goonst'1:7, 3i Park How, N. Y.
cAw iGN IThairty new aid bvautifu
des"igiI. Get Price iist
V.G~S U. It V IAnItos & CO,
__ _ rs,-17'__urrr.y st., N. Y
To $5001e 1o.th. A.ett
wiitted. Address Ennii
SWING MACnt NH Co., Butfalo, N. Y., Vi
" GENTS WANTED -Agenits nko mor<
mionley ait work for us4 thanl a( Anythinig
el.0. 1bisineSs light aitil permaneu t. Pur
Iieilars frcee. 0..fisN & Co., Fite Ar
PublishIeIrs, Portland, .l a i .11.
The Chemislry of )ivino Pros idenIcet hM
ieviero W plriced a titinieral water whioi
c inlles ill such llefet i I tlie (jnafilti S of
antli-hiliouls fonlie andi cathart11-in Inedivime.
g Ihat of 1h. sehzer SI t and 'Tarrati
Elerve.ctent Seltzer A perie(t is Ile atii.
Sial equivalent of that great naltiral reme
sol.D nBY A l.l. 1, UIt 'i STS.
P1 w w M ''or any case, of
GOG JQ ULWAlID.
lichin or Ulcerat
V U ~ %ed Pit 1ha1. t.
111mN's P111.1; It -n.:
IJy fai0t 10 Pturt1. It is propared expre.0y
I i etlre 1 lie Pi les, Itut .ini hing else. Feld
by all Druggists. Price, 01.00.
S a PrE ViIlNEE BLACKTE.with
Il he G reen 1 Tea I I lr.. Iw t
July' . 4 1. SPORTES & CO.
r jW( hal ejxtra Iine \o. 1 I(eotsenIe Oil
(to nd(. W tarri'iel 110 ''ire Test.
iunet 13 U. U. Is1r N ITE & CO.
Dil. Z[ON SCHOOL,
. The FI.'ll sioniot of this S010oo
commlil ttenLes on Tuesday. 13ti (of
August. An at1.1it sheliolatrship
,IIhs been Iriesetied by the Vir
gitin Alili.ay iistituie, iwhiell
will le coin peted for, anid a wvardsd at t iw
close of' lih itg Session. Piyiet
cash in advance, :alt quater ly,
It. AI EA N 8 ? 1;. -Is,
M. C. lHIt'lEl)N,
nutig 1-5-2w Prinlc,'ll k.
TI l 'll P'It''Y known as
C0J II11 NO. 1, is now offered fim
-sale- P-' son ~giveni oin or priot
No Jtuamar'y 1.-t 1873. 'Terms easy. A ppuly
ati lhu 4 'heec or to thei i inlerisigne,.
jne ui U. (a.) 'gs'Ogt Ig
j LIS T IN
Wle 'have just receiv
ed a handsOme lot of
Goods, which we are
off'eringo for the
CalH and Exam~hine,
Our' entirec stock
of Lenios, .Japanese,
Grecnadines, and oth..
wvill be0 oflfered at
Strictly cost prices
fromn this (late for' the
.LAIDD BROS & CO.
Cand ? Cndyz
Fancy C ocoanut Croem, (Cocoanut Bars,
Cico aut Strips, Sweet. Chocolat~e, 1)essl.
cated Cocoonnit, liook Canidy, Ried and
Yellow ; F'inoy Plaited NI int Candy, Amet I
can Mustard and Solcoul OJyalers.
U. 0. DESPORtTES & Co.,
apil 30 Cor No. 1.
WOODWARD & LAW.
Offer their Stock
Consistinrg of Poplins, Japi
niese Cloths, Lawns, Piques
&e., AT COST to CASH Cus
Prices on Summer Clothing,
CassimeIes, Linens, Hats, &c.,
reduced from this date.
Special attention called to a
lot of' Ients Hand-Senwed Shoes,
(Oxford Ties and Congress
Shoes,) offered at $.L50 and1.l
$5.00 per pair.
Very Pretty Indeed I
Don't Coite all at Once I
BUT everybody colie first and get first
clhoiec of those new arrival of ladies Dress
Goods opened yesterday nd now reposing
so ieitifully unnd gracefully on the comn
terts and shelves. A lot of superbimproved
Fruiti 1, Jnrs fJor (lie preservation of 'vaees.
aMid other Fruits.
Turnip seed, includging Ruta flga,
Dut ch Globe, Red 'lop, and yellow Aber
dcen. and Flat Dutch.
-Jutt81 in store 3 Cases MoEwan's Edinburg
one case best London Stout. For sale by
Rt. J. McCAlRLEY.
O\NE moro cheit. of thant fine UJNC'OLOR.
S1/ L lA 'A~i N TH.-I, which hias given
suich universal uatiasaction wherever used.
Give it a trial.
feb 27 PEATV ERtO
Conie at La1st.
')OMlRIAN IAN (11Lo1E TURNIP SEED
-1 -I *'I or Purple Tiop Turnip seed, 'iellow
a uta iga Turnip seed, Flat but ch Turnip
Seed, Neven1 Top Turniip Seed.
july 23 AlcalAsTER & BR[IE.
Notice to Tax Payers I
I)Y a recent Act of tho Legislature, wo
I) h ave boon commuanded to paty an aiddi
In order to meet this (demand, we have do.
teriniinca to inform the citizens of Fairfloll
County, itat. we have on hand and are eon
imually receiving Litqu iss of all grndles.
wvhicha are to 'be sold at reduced rates for
cash. We havo "'old Mlountnini Crown"'
PURE RYE WHIISKiEY,
that we put ngainst. the state,-ln point of
quality ;--at, a price that will suit, all lov.
ers of a pure art icl. Also several Ilarrelst
of Putro Corn Whilskey, wine, (lii, Rumt,
Amtity and White Wheat Whlivkey. A pro
etminentI art ic'o of '"old lFrc'eh Braundy,'"
which wea recommend for metdicinal purepo's
es. Those in search of a genutine article
of 'Whiis key will be sure to tinil it, hy call
ing on us. U. 0. I>s)RS1T E'is & CO.
ap 2: Corner No. 1.
SLL persons having dlemands ngnInst the
/L Estiate of the late osmnond iR. Brown,
diceasiud, tare hereby not ifiedl to present. the
Hsline for paymnent, and) all jndehtel to said
dleconsed, will make piameiit at. once, to the
W I. C. BROWN,
july 24-x3 Execut'or.
Cous-rr t!oaMurssross~us ot rrer.
Winnsboro, Augitt 10th, 1872.
T 11 R annual meeting of I lie Banrd of
L.County Commraissioners fot Fairfield will
lake p1 nee on th lirs i t liTuesdamy in s(Jplem.
her, 1872. All bills against. the County
must lbe hianded to the Clerkc by the tt of
Septenmbe7r, andi~ in defniult t hereof saiid
bills will tnot be audited at said atnnual
meeting. - W. 11. PERA KE
aug 16-tixI Cl'.k.
At Private Sale.9
-' TIlE well-known tihre.,
* , story, brick resjidente on
-MSain or Congress street,
next to acornor of ibert y street, contiahn.
lng twelve uipright, rooms. For partica
lars apply to the i..vlerigned.
.une 27 DOnE EnLrorra
NEWS AND HERAL
Ilave lately mado large additions to their
And are now propared to execulo in the
As Chieny atscan be had Ani 4;
"WVIsere to sp~med tien Sume.
Sl'ART7ANBjURG, 8. C.
Til .S celeb4raieil WATER'f.
ING Ph.WEc i will be opena
S - for visitonrs the 10th1 liny et'
Juanie. ' lie muedical 1111: ilies of is W$~ateCr
nre' not1 exC cee, an.i* froma lie inutierouas
wondierfuil enares I hat htave bieen elfecel byv
t he use of ibiN Water1~, ii nrn Statisfned thait,
thi is IN hle pltace for ail wi hose coandilion einn
be imnprovedt by I ho saib. icus chiaralcer of'
R00(J.l's large anid pilenont,. (bood anol
nlI 1entiv e Pervanptts. TIA1irI,i anupplic~l wi Ii
a lhe b'est I Inc ri.aaket affords3. Fuincy lin i$
dluring thle summnrer. Tecn Pin Alley, lIil.,
inard and1( Ilagarelle TIales, for Ithe nrnuso.~
mnirt of guest N. Chiargesa per* d-ly, pl50 ;
per week, $i:1 ; per moutin $:;5 0)0.
Cottages Io renit at $5 (JO nrod $50 04) per
Neason. II acks dtaily fro 9Efa Jo rsi ll.atiter
the '26thI .Jun, . W. 1.. i W L,[;
juno 41 lmoe Proipaielor.
ANOTTf ER Ieot of ane Iraih Potatoen just.
I. received by
jiiv 30 Mtcrv-nene2 &r.