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i~p- Etra aop(pa of the NEws ORa
be obtained at this office. Price Sets,
One Thousand old papers, suitable
for wrapping goods, for sale at 50ots,
per hundred. Apply at this office.
For the past week 536 bales of
cotton have been sold in this market
at 17 to 171 cents.
New Advertisem its.
W atoh Lost-See advertisement.
Groceries & Provisious-T. R.
Valuable Pantation for sale-Saml.
Jubt arrived-Baeot & Co.
Jubt Received-D. R. Flenniken.
Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall.
Fresh Arrivals at Whites Confeo
Corn-Field Beans !-McIntyre &
"The Dutch have taken Holland."
The Republicans carried Maine in
the recont State election.
02 Col. Jiai H. Rion has been
appoiated chairman of the Democrat
io Conservative party of this county.
Mr. P. Bacot was the winnor of the
horse raffled by Nelson & Refo.
Forty-three was the num'ier thrown
Every train brings large quantities
of new goods for our merch,.nts. We
hope their expetations will be fully
Mes:rs. Woodward & Law will
pleawe nece.t our thauks for a sample
of fine cigars, which we counend to
smokers who love a genuine "weed."
We regret to chronicle the death
of the infant bon of Mr. and Mra.
)uBuoe Egletton. The afflicted p.
ronts have our warnest sympatlhy ino
This section was visited with re
freshing showers of rain on Thursday,
which had the effect of cooling the at.
uosphere, and reviving the vegeta.
Chief of Police Jackson, of Colum
bia, came up Thursday, and took
charge of Jaok.on Brooks, tho es.
ouped convict from the Poitentiary,
roturning with him to Columbia the
Mer. McJCarley requests us to say that
his monkey has declined to be a can.
didate for County Commissioner or
the Grant ticket; and will not serve
Attempt at Cojure.
Mr. T1. J. [I. Murphy found a ba~
under his doorstep yesterday morning,
containing r-and, red popper, and a
piece of snake-skin. It bseems fromi
this that all the fools are not dead
Jackson Brooks, colored, who es,
caped from the P'enitentiary several
nights since, was overhauled Tuesday
* night by officer Poteet of the police
force, and lodged in the guard house
* to await the proper requiasition.
The Democrats of Spartanbur
have made the following nlominationa
for the Legislature: Senator, D). R,
Duncan; Reopresentatives, R. M,
Smith, Gabriel Cannon, T. J. Moore,
and Dr. Wmn. Comapton.
We met on the train Monday, whil<
en route to Columbia, Ex-Goverooi
'Vance, of North Carolina, who stated
that ho was on his way to Louisval<
* to attend the funtral of Bllanton Dun,
can's "tea party."
Shadrack Hairis, who murdered
Charles Crayon (both colored) neal
Rtidgeway about two months ago, wal
arrested in Lexington, and is now ir;
the jail of that County, awaiting a re
quisition from Sheriff Duvall.
Complaints about tie Publio Boads.
TIhe attention of the County Corn
missioncrs is specially called to the
condition of the Rocky Mount road,
It is said to be almost impassable it
some places, and altogether dangoroni
to pass over. Planters living along
its line ay they will be compelled t<
carry their cotton to Cheater, if this
road is not improved. Complainti
have reached us from other quarter.
and it is hoped that the proper aun
- The mass meeting of "Regulars"
held here yesterday was but slimly
attended. Sol. Hege (the fellow that
deserted B. F. Randolph at Hodge's
Depot, during the campaign of 1868)
was the only speaker of prominence
present. He is after a nice, fat office,
and we presume he will be grati.
Mrs. S. H1. MoCants killed a chick
en a few days ago and found a needle
run through its gizzard, both ends pro.
Robt Hawthorne also killed reocent
ly a peafowl, and found in its craw a
large marble, which had been lodged
there for at least twelve months.
Wonders never cease.
Ready for Action.
We learni fion the Charleston News
that Messrs. Walker Evans & Cogswell
have on board the bteaner Charleston
three presses. These are to replace
situilar prem.cs disabled in the recent
unfortunute fire in their establishment
They hape to hiave them at work vn
I1iot.day moining. As the carpenters
will have finishe.d the repairb in the
press-room by to-night, iud as the
balance of their machinery will be in
the steamer which sails from New
York to-day Walker, Evans & Cogs
well hope, in a very few da), to be
able to announce their readiness to
execute all their oiders, with that ex
cellence and promptness which have
so kng distinguish-d their house.
The Reptblioans of Riablaud coun.
ty have bolted.
Capt. James M. Mulvaney,a prow.
ineut Irishman, but for twenty-fivo
% cars a resident of Charleston, died
People who have cigar boxes on
hand way be iustructed to know that
a late occision muakes any mian liable
to a flue of Gfity dollars for not de
stroyinig the boxes after the eigar.
have been taken out of them.
A writer in the Columbia Caroli
nian, signing himself "No Paua,"
nominates Prof. J. 11. O.rlisle, vi
Spartanburg, for Governor of the
The Amerioan Stock yournal.
The publishers of this valuable
Agricultural Journal, offer to send
the remaining numbers of this year
free to all new subscribers for 1873
Thus giving over 500 pages of valua
ble reading matter, illustrated with
numerous engravings, for $1.00.
-3ample copies free. Address, N. P.
Boyer & Co., Parkesburg Cheatur
W illiam Wallace Bruce, a gentle
mana well known to the New Yoskere
as a ceork of W illiam B. Astor, hbas,
after forty years' faithful duty, been
honorably retired by his employer.
Mr. Bruce entered the office or the
late John Jacob Astor in the year
1832, and has faithfully diseharged
the duties of his position to this timne.
He was an associate and fellow clerk
of the late Fatz Greene H alleck, ther
poet, who at 0on3 period of his life waas
in the employ of the \stors'. Mr.
Bruce was born in New York city
wvhen it was comprised in the narrow
limits below Barolay streot.
On Monday night last, the WI'.
mnington, Colunbia and Auagus a
freight train, going west, ran over Mr.
Henry Lawoon near 'Tomm onsville,
mutilating Ihis body in a shocking
manner, aid cutting big head entire
ly off. Mr. Lawaon w~as known to
have been drinking liquors durin
the da~y in Timmousville, and it is.
suppjos.ed he was so intoxicated that
he must have lain down on the road
and "met his sad fate in that condition.
He leaves a wife and four children.
The Radicals ar e workiung desperate.
ly to defeat Uendricks in lIndiana.
hBnutwell and Cuofunx w ill take thre
stump, it is said. Al. eady thec 8-ate
has been flooded with smone) aim'!
speakers. But the Deamocrats are
also at work and t horouialy organmized,
buoyant and hopeful of caarying the
State by a round majority for tbeii
The Orangoburg News, a straight
out Rindical paper wants to know "did
Gen,. Grant send the gallant Major
Mers ill down here for the purpose of
arrusting the Ku Klux or to drown,
with his hand, she voice of free
speech I This ehoulder-strapper abould
be miade to know his business."
Mr,. Editor . Please anaounce Mr. 3. B.
11OYL L8 as a candidate for Sheriff at the
ensufrng eleetion, and eblige his
AN opea-faced SILVER WATCH test in
rnarWinnaboro. The finder will
be lIberally rewarded by leaving It at Ihis
NEWS AND HERALD
Hlave lately made, large add'itionis to their
And are now peepared to excoute in tese -
As Cheap ascan behad Anyi, * (
Satisfaction Guarantes 4i
71.10oi'7T.-'i lie cIef or blessings is good
health, without which nothing Is worth the
hiavisag;i it is alwnys appreciatedat its trite I
value, after ii Is lost, butt, too often, not
bi fore. Live propeorly. andu correct aiIments
hefoire they boiaomo seated. F'or diseasesI
ot the lver, kidnerys, skin, stomaois, and i
all ari'ing fr< m rmtpture or feeble blood, DL...
Wai..ut's t'ALlbiinna IssKaan Bitsas si
rea avro and speediy remedy. At has new
er faied in a single in atutnoe s
(O. Evv~anor>'s Tosaita.-Eulogims of
the great National Regenerator of heeltrh,
Plantation flitters, are on everybod*y's
tongue. This gratuitious vitva vnee adver c
ti.sing ts better than all the paid-for pufing
to which the owners of bogus bitters are j
obliged to resort,. I,. has a sponhaneous
br.artiness abut It which carries conyio r
lion to the mind et the, auditor. But it is I
a well known fact that the proprietors of a
the PlantatIon Bitters have never relied :i
upon newspaper bolutering to establiush 6
the suocess of a preparation which owes I
its astonlishing popularIty naalal to the
oral testimony of the $heasnds wh have s
ether experienced or been) the5 ewitess I
of the isomense physical good iS. has c
wrought throughout the lehgth and breadth a
of the land.
DON'T HAWK, HAWK, BPIT, SPIT. I
BLOW, BLOW, and disgust everybody with a
u~r Catarrh and it. offensiv, odor, when i
. aesCatarrh Reliiedy wilt speedily
destroy all odor, arrest the disoharge and
A regular habit of body is absolutely es
mentlal to physleal health and clearness-o
otellect. ]Nor is this all. Beauty W
person cannot coo-exist with an unnatura
:ondition of the bowels. A free passagi
>fthe refuse matter of the system througi
,hose natural aaste pipes, Is as neoessary
o the purity of the body as the free pas
age of the offal of a city through its seweri
a necessary to the health of its inhabi
Indigestion is the primary cause of mos
)f the diseases of the discharging organs
lnd one of its most common reaulis is con
stipation. This complaint, besides beint
langerous in itself, has many disagreeabl
Ioncomitants-such as ati unpleasant brettI
6 sallow skin, cont minatatig blood anl
>fle, hemorrholds, head ache, loss of memuao
y and general det iliy.
Hosteler's 8tomach Ditlers remove nl
those evils by renoving their immedialt
muse in the digestivo organs, and regu
cting the action of the intestines. Thi
ton.bi nation of p-operties in this celebirat
ed preparation is one of its chief merits
t is not merely r stimulI mat or tomie, or air
antibillous agent, or a nervine, or a bloo t
lopurent. or at cathiartio. but nll these cura,
ive elements judiciously blundid in on
>owerful restoativo. It lend net ivitj
and vigor to the inert and crvervated
to.ach, relieves ila nilmntry canal o
ts obstructions, and gvcs lone to the mem.
>rano which lines it, gently siilnulates tli
iver, bracis the nervis, and cheers tit
nimal spirits. No other remedy possessee
uch a variety of hygenaic virtues. It ih
o these characteristic virtues that it on e'
to prestige as a household nedicine. Ex.
>erience has proved hiat it is at. harmlees
a it is eflioacionls, 'and hence it !I
.5 popular with the weaker sex as Wi:h the
lostetter's Stomach Bitters are sold in
oottles only, and the Irndo-Moaark blown in
the glass and engraved on lte label is the
el of genuineness. Noware of countir
Srxsessvi1LL, 00o, Sept 4 1871.
)r. Wm'na. 1!. Tutt .
Dear Sir-1 feel it a duly to you and to
uffer'ng humanity to naake public the
rent tuerits of your Extract Snrsn[aT illa
rad Queen's Delight. For years I have
ten a great sufferer. my genealn healih
roke down, and I was naflicced with ner.
onusness of tle most terrible character,
which wras iGon followed by an eruption
11 over the body, forming lirge ulcers in
ome places, and attended with rhoumatic
asins. Tongue cannot describe my sniffer.
ng ; I was reduced almost to a skeleton.
nd had a perfect loathing of food. I was
tiended by several physicians, who ren
icred me no relief. I despaired of ever
ieing well again : but tltianks to a kind
rovidence, I accidentally heard of your
nedicine I sent for half a doze'n bottles.
ad before I had taken three I bce'an to
eel better. ny n ppetite improved, anid he
heumatie pains lccanme leas severo ad I
otild enjoy sleep. I have continued its
Se, and have taken eleven hatries. and I
elieve I nan a sound inata again. The
leers have all healod, my skin is smooth
nd linithy, nnil I have gaini.d 22 pouinds
a weight. I beliove my sicknes resaubied
ron a thint of scrofulia. I wor e'ariest-.
y roconmen-l your bompound to ny fel
With deep gratitude to yoa,
I an ever your friend,
Dr. Tuft's Liver Pills are a alid and
entle pirgative possessing the peculiar
terit of acting as a powerful ngent in re
leving congestive or torpid liver. They
ave no equal.
)r. Tuft's Hair Due it endorsed by the Best
Tux GALKS or ARADY nre n.t spicier than
he aroma which the fragrant Snzelont ian
arts to the breath. Nor i the heart of a
rory nut whiter than the teeth thnt are
leaned daily wita that natclesa fluid.
To Ownsas or hIOnass.-N.' one who hat
von used Dr. Tobias' Horse Vonet iana ,iaui,
sent wi1l ever he withouat it: it. 'a a cer
ala cure for Colic, Sore l'hroat, Cuts,
Iruilses and Old Sores. Warrant ed suape
ion to any other; in pint hot ales, at Sl -
old by all dntsggists. Depot. 1t0 P'arka
'lace, Now Yoeah.
liUa.lK7's 8-rAsNAnn F:.AvoRISO Ex.
RAcra arc neatly put up in Utnpannelled Q
z, 5&2 an sd 10 es. hotlies, anal are for salt
y the trade generally ina every princoipal
ity and town in the United States, Canadna
ndl British Provinces, ass well as ano
ther foreign coun-rie's.
liZ r ons T U tloP'a.ss.--Youa are wo'sk.
ejected, miser.able, and aothing does you
ny good. you say. D~on't dispair ; ttheae is
balm in Gilead. Ilave you tried V'inecgar
litters? No! Then why~ don't you? Whuelh
r youar complaint be dyspepsia, billious.
eces, nervous weakness, const itul ional d.
ility, or any other trouble.i Vineeny Bit
era will revive and renovate yona shaattere-1
ystem, as a genial ra refroshes thec witha.
Fon Dyaser.rst .--Ind iga'stion, depreaalo.
if spirits and general debility in their va.
ions forms; also. as a preveantive ngainat
ever aand Aguo, and othier intermit tent fe
'era. The Ferro P'hosphorated Elixir ot
~alisay'a, mnade by Caswell, liazard k Co..
lew York, aind sold lay all D)ruggistaa, is lbe
test tonic, and na a tonic for Pnitt.nts re
overing from fever or other sicknesses, it
ans no equal,
Tarunsros's Ivony Pr.an, Tocrm Pownryn.
Phe best nrticle known for cleansine and
areserving thec teeth anad gumns. ESold by
II IDruggists. P'rico 25 anda 50 cenls per
tottle. F'. C. Wells & Co , New York.
Cuants~ta ono's llAmn l)yr.. st ands unari.
'ailed in the world. No lady or gentleman
f dlscriamnation uses any other. ha is
he m'>ul perfect, reliable anad effective 1inir
)ye In the world. Manufactory, 8 Maid
ni T,ane, New York.
CAnnrso~i SAI.vR, recommentdedl ty Phy.
iclana. na the great Iheenling Comnpound.
'rice !'5 cents per bog. Jo"hn F. lienry.
ele !'reprietor, 8 Cnllege Place. N. Y.
israv's' liucenu is a reliable Diuretic and
'coni for all derangements of the urinary
a-d genital organs. 'alhe genuine, a for.
aerly sold lby ilaviland, Hiarral & Risley
tad their branchecs, is now prepared by II.
V. Rtisley, theo originator and P'rop-rielor;
ndl the trade supplied aay hais successors,
lorgan & Risley, New Yor-k.
SNAPSIA, or opium puariflerl, the most
erfect, anodyne in ime market, arade by
'recess of Dr I. M. Bigelow, Deoaroit Meli
al tCt liege. Is always uiniform in strenagth
haioh is rarely thae case in ainy other pre
aration of Opiumn.
PaATr's AsTaAl. Ott,. has a world-wide
Irputation as the* satrest andi hest illtumina'.
og oil. Over two million gailonte have been
old for the past t wqyears, from which no
coidents of any description have occurred.
end for Circular. (1 li ouse of Charles
'alt, Established 1770,' New ,Tork.,
Ws H14y5 PasQURxTLY IIUASD mothere
ay they would -not be withfout Mts. Wins.
>w's Soothing Syrup, from the birth of the
hild until It h as.flhished with thae leethaitn
ee under any eenileration whatever.
Tas sont or4saTT.What is It V no
>nger asked, for the world- of fashion and
il the ladies know arth~t'is .prodneed by
sing a delightful and harmless toilet pro.
arations known as 0. W Laird'u "Bloom of
*uih." Its beautif ing effects are truly
oedaetutl Vpot, inmo. t,1. e
Fo $1 por inch per month, we will. In
sert a advertisement in 12 First-Class Pa
pers in C. List sent on application to
0EO. P. OWELL & CO., Advertising
Agents, 41 P k Row, Now York.
Campaig Goods for 1872.
Agents wanted for our Ca'npaign goods.
8 11 at sight. 'ay 100 per cent. profit.
Now ih the imi . 8end at once for Descrip
tive Circulars d P'rkiC Lists of our Fine
Steel Engravings the Canididates, Cam
piign biI.grtahie, 'harts. Photographs,
Bladges. l'ins, Fiags, 1 nd everything suited
to file tines. Ten D liars per day easily
ma: to. 'ill sampics ent for $3. Address
Mooni: & GOoDmi'ir , 37 Park Rtow, N. Y.
A .U i P, kU It ior ithi. distreisiug coin
p;nint is now naade know in a Treatise (of
48 octavo pages) on F eign and Native
Ilerb-'l Prepardtioins, I lished by Dr. 0.
PhI'elps Brown The pr scription was dis
oovered by him In such providential man.
ter that he cannot eo cientionsly refuse
to maitke it known. 11s it its cured every
body vio has used it f) Firs, never having
fitiled in % single case. The ingredients
many bo obitined from ny druggist. A
copy sent free to all applinants by mail.
Addrcss Dr. 0. Pui.ps Dhtows, 21 Grand
St.. Jet sey Cily, N. J.
Nothing like it in m dii ine. A luxury
to the p;.late, a painle evacuant.. a gentle
stitullant to the circi tion, a perspira tory
preparationt ll. an ant -bilions n.edicine, a
olatimcin, a dii'retic nd an admirable gon.
eral ahlerativq. Fuch e the noknowledg.
ed and.daily proven prop iesof Tarrent's
Ef'ervescent Soliser A perie t.
SOL.) DY ALT. DItU GISTS.
With Foster's Pate t Kid Glove
You enn k eep your kid g a from mil.
dewing, spolting or- soiling at I seasons
and in all climates. C'onvenient light, and
will lust your lifetime. Free o any ad
dess. for 25 cents, Addres A. D. FOS
TER, Sayville, Suffo:k Co.,N .
'tau u11'AerImg-Dr. Wt , 102 East
20th ot., New York. De references
fromt clergymen and others, pay uttil
culred& 8end f'or circtibar.
Vo I! tcs of
lilinl, " Ileeling.
Itcing o Ulerat.
ed Piles that Dt:
I lIt o' P 3 411. "It ut
or rails to eurre. It it prepare-l e pressly
to euro thle Piles, nd lnohang elA kold
by all Druggists. Pric,.00
(IFta WANTra --Agents run more
'Muoney at work for us than at a -ihiing
els~e. Business light and peprmainent Patr
tienllars free. 0. STrNs &k Co., F nie A rt
Publishers4, Portlandq, Alnine.
The State of Sout Carolina,
COUT'nY OF FAIRFIELD.
i. Mc%nster, as Admlnistrafor,
ngaintst Priscella Keti htin and others-.
Cotmplainit to Muirrshall Assets.
Ipursutance of an order of Court. made
titihe absevene acion, I wil offr fort
byleCa t publicoutory, to ohehighest bidde
be by h Cutfos door b Winnshnr
wind 02thle w-ga hiourts of ales t fi
Oloi ndyrV inOb.er next, te boveoin do.
sctrib~ed tracet to 2( will he: vuo it
Ahtc triet ct of , i, beill abd sould
itelCuy. and follows foresoaiitig
finin Fceysevnromte or less, o hc h wl
and hounded ini tie norNo. 2.y land fd
ath tast thCoes tratreo., otaiid
Tbouwny ae, aodrl Nowe by Dr. iEit
aboutrietandtby lacndf ong No. '2n
and( of hc wabouyw lndot Chas Cathn
cenrtlan clered W.t t. rek-- Tei wooveds.
Anotbed tract of land, ing ediind ito
LoTowni tracs, ahoitwhih ewst-- ber sord
seaaty, ascollows:i No ,otanig
fhreeacretimre or~ leso whches dwer.o
latd lyin t tractgN. or, aondpining
bhoudt bwny ae~s nundi o loniiong
abt i wntyt ohe , aes adjoiing No. 2.
ad bon whic abutso lanes ofshoeen
recen Jtlys clared.the restenwos
Anot erw ofd ligad. iut
Otetndo theCi n Surcae foeyid, er
Long ion hind the aluth eaternepfrtnoa
crhdet ofuntred an Fiycres, mith ontr
less, ayd lno the rhfand atolyv
boundd by iamoteo the radledingo frod
todgeay o olumbieary aper adjonn ran-s
ed by John I..I Iobertson,lad of Thomas
J. 11.rJons adothie, s
Tiuaoo erms of 1872 .
oticeo h urhe oe to be ay r
cYarecAt of dtoe yearsititre
fro dave ofsale cthaedurchasa gldive
innor .1 meet Ih, de872,wehvd
Notmice to o iTaxi ieis Paers i
County, stat we have on hanod and are con
tinually receiving Liquzors'. of all grades.
which are to be sold at~reduicedj rates for
cash. We hs.vo "Old Mosni tin Crown"
PURE RYE WRISKEY,
that we put against lhe State,-in point of
quality ;--at a price tb-at.'will suit a11 low.
ess of a pore article. ' Also several aerels
of Pare Cotrn W hiskey. .Wine, Gin, Rome,
Ac-nity and White Wheat Whiskey. A pre
eminent artilee of "Old French Braundy,"
whioh we recommend for medicinal pu rpo's
es. 'Ti ose In search of a genuine autiole
of 'Vhlskey will be suire to find It by call
ing'oo us8. U. 0. DESPAlES & 00
Conelmting of Walnut, Imitation Wal
nut, and lIosowood, of the Ivery best quality
For design and worknanship unequalled
and cheap as cii be inoght, anywhere thi.9
sido rf the city of New York or Baltimore,
of tho sate quality. Everything warrant
ed. Looking Gltsses. and Choice linubet
for sale. Call vid see for yourselves, n
secing~ is believing.
Furnituro netly repaired at tuoderate
aug 15-Gm It. W. PHILLIPS.
Chairs I Chairs
A NwTIEt lot of "Georgi;a Chairs. man.
Su factiired to o -der for us, of a very su
perior quahty and ftinis h. Our Ierms arc
positively Casi, and we hope none will ex
peet us to sel, on credit. We annot do ii
at our present low prices. Our profits arc
very short. Wo 1 huis call i special attentioi
to one,, ternis that our ftiends nay not be
offended when we demand the money for
our goods. Wo invito all to price our goodd
berore they buy.
aug 22 WINTYRE & CO'S.
RALEIGH, North (arolina.
R11V. It, lURIW F.LL, Principal.
J. J. nTvaswi.,A. N. As. Principals.
The first Annual Session of this Institu.
tion will cousmuence on Mlonday, Septemnber
A ccomplishetd and experioneed tenebers
in aill he branches usually tatight in fite
class Femalo Seminaries hafe been employ
The Musical Department will be under,
the direction of Pirof. A. Ba.tAN, who
during the past ten youirs lis been asso
elated w-th the Prncinpals, in tie School at
Mrs. I. R L.ACY will he connected with
the institution as Teacher or the English
lranches and Superintendent of 6ocnia and
For Circular containing fil particularrs
to Terms, Course of Study. &c., inddrets
11ev. 1R. BURtWELL & SON,
sept 5-2w italeigi, N. 0.
8&- Phcenix copy two weeks every
Due West Female College,
Send is yourI hughters.
r HllE next. Se"in opeiis Oeber 7th..
Only the very bc-t Te-ichers are em.
Iinrding, inclnn Wasitg, Fuel and
T'litiott. one yearIS 8..
(over t10 pitP ils I'reten t annalially.
The Presidenit will le it tho \iekersotn
Hlouse. Co(01umbin1, Friday nik-htl, 11ho -bh1
Oct(ilier, ndil will take C! hIrg, ot pu1pils Oil
G. & C. it. It. iaturdilay the 6th.
Senld for a C ttalogiino
J. I BONNE1R, President.
BMW GOODIS a
'25 DOZEN Briade, Crown loes.
I Tierce of Whole'Rice.
50 Bushtes Me-al.
Patent Cotton Buck Bands and Hooks.
For Sile by
mIar 1411EATY & BRO.
j A M tnow preparetd to gi i atnd pack (Cot -
L totn withI dispaitcli at. thIt lowest, rateCs.
The patronage of the piublic is sdliecit
At Private Sale.
T itlE well-knotwn threej
* story. bick risi'hncto on
Mn itt otr Cotnrss St reet,
tie' t.i t rnter' of tIlibert y, Siheet, cotntia.
ig I wet ye tiprightL groms. For part iou
itnra appily to the undeltrsigt.
june ..7 JtOSE EUl.1STON.
Very Pretty Indeed !
Fon't Comec all at Onee I
BUT everybodly comtte first atnd get first
choice of those tiew arrival of ladies Dress
Goodsa opened ycstetrday antd now reposting
so beatifurolly and gacefiully on the COun-It
te and~ shtelves. A lot. of superbtitmproved
Fruit I Jatrs for the precservation of Peachies
and other ftruits.
Turnip seed, includJging Rtfa Bagn,
D~utcht Globe, 1 id '1 op, and1( yellow Abher.
deen anid Flat Dulcha.
D). LA UEERDA I.E.
TIhe ttendanit atnd War'dens (of t he Townu
of W innsboro itn Cotuncil snet, do Ordnint
That u-very person, firmt or company, who
shall itt irutr. engage in, or exeretiso the
butsiness of sel ling ot vetiding udieti lied or'
tmalt htquorS, shll bo rtequired ti pay ant.
ntially to tho TJrenstirer of Couttcil,. for
the utse of the TLown, the sunts as follows,
to wit :
F'or Tavern License, the antm of $250 to.
For Qiuar: License, thte sutm of $l:!6 00
Sac. 2. Thlat, all ordliinances or par * of
ordinances inconttiistent, wit h the provisions
of isu otrdiniaice, hu atnd thIt sanmo are
horoby repettleel. D)one in Countcit in the
Town of Wintisboro, this 9th day of Aug.
Ja witness whecreof the aeal of the Towne
[L, 8.j JAS. W. LAW,
D. ft. Fr~auter, Clerk of Council.
FLOUR 1 FLOURL ! FLOUR !
D)IRE4CT from the Mills. a lot Estra and
No. 1, Family Flour tat the lowest tmar
ketprtces. P'artice, in want of Good Flour,
wIll find it to their irnc~erent t o call on "
aug i ., It, . J. McCAuIL EY.
Spool Thread I Spool Thrend I!
BT Thread for Sewing Machino.4 on-i
B. equal to floats' for the needle at 0
cents a dozen,
fob,21 .McMASTER& BRICE
HAMS! HAMS I
T ~WO Tiees best Eugar l'ured Canvasted
, JHoms, warra,ited For sale low, by
.June 22 a. 3. mm C vAq~
IT ST 4R4E!
2 Car loads White Broad Corn,
800 bushels mixed Oats,
100 bushels Bolid" 3Ieal,
50 barrelu now St. Louis Flour,
100 sacks new Augusta Flour,
100 Packages, Kits, j and j barrels N-w
30 barrels Sugar Houso syrup,
10 Boxes Fresh Choeso,
15.000 lbs. White and Stuokod Bacon,
Lard in Cans and Kegs,
8 tierces 0. W. Thomas & Co's Golk!tn
10 sacks Java, Laguayra and Rio Cof'er.
4 boxes geruino Italian Macoaroni,
Best Ounpowder, Greeu Toa,
Sugars of all grades,
Smoked Pickled Tonguos and Dried Beef,
Pickled Salwon and Shad,
Eominy, Rice, &.
English Craokors, assorted,
English Plaklos, assorted,
Plow Moulds, Steel, Iron, Na1ls Mute
loes, Spades, Shovels, Trace Chains,
And a largo stook of Boots and Shoes.
Call and examino our stook.
B~COT '& CO.
Hats of all Styles,
For Men and Boys. Jnst Opened.
L adies & Misses Sailor Hats.
My stock of Dress Goods is of the neatosi
and best quialities, and is offered at,
the Lowest Prices for the CASil,
1S. S. WOLFE
J une 11
.Just in store 8 (Cases McEwan's Edlinburg
Onioecaae heat London Stout. For sale by
It. J. McCARLEY.
REFLETED IN THlE LAST JUDUGENT ?
A ne0W work !An awaketning inavesilga.
ion ! ! A I hr'lling theme of frnitrul
thought for live ruen. Uns created more
e'xcitemlent than thec "Waunderin~g .Jew.''
Emninnulnly adlopted to the imes. It uan..
r'avels the Rtomlih system from its origin
ithe present ; exposes its baseless pro,
tences, its frauds, its oppositions to our
pm'blio schtools, aind religious and civil like
erlibs, Its finnlo, &c.
This work is an elegant octave volume,
containing 753 pages, 100 first-class en.
gr'avings Boaund an sheep, price $7, la
cloth $5. Adidresst cash orders to
Ii. 11. LE WI8, Agt. for the U3 5.
aug 7-4w A bington, Va.
1300T AND SHOE
M 3 T faOa t O3x.*".
JIAVJNO procured the
very best, Mehaics to
the country, I feel war.
ranted in anying that f.
can furnish as near 1B00T
or 8hi0E ats any 8bo
in the South. All work
wentranted to give satlsfactton. M1y shop
is ne xt door to F. Geseg's Paddlery.
mar 10 S. M. G[LBERT.
3 - Hams !- Hamsl!
ONE Tierce of Sugar Cured Can' assed
U iama in b~tore, anid for tale low f~r oneb.
HOE LASTS, -Bo. Tree.Cri o
Boards, Awl Jiandles, Reap.. e0
Thread, Taeke, &o., Jut, received b