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The following gentlemen are ap
pointed Chairmen of their respective
Geo. H1. MeOfaster, Winusboro'.
Joel A. Smith, Horeb.
Jos. K. Davis, Monticello.
David R. Elkin, Joukitusvillo.
Dr. Robt. W. Coloman, Feastcr
WVade Brice, Yonguesville.
Wmn. E. Yongue, Kiilingsworth.
A. P. Ruff, Ridgeway.
Dr.'. V. Bokbart, Doko.
Jesse Gladden, Gladden's Grove.
'I hesa gentiemen will effect organi.
sations in tticir loalities so as to on
biore a Lull vote at the Congressional
election ; and will have their pre
oiio'ts fnUd delegates to Winrsboro'
Oil such day its tho Hon. 13. F. Perry
mady speak Ithere, for the purpose of
producing concert in action in the
State and County elections.
JAB. 1-. RION,
New Advertisem -ats.
New God---C. Muller.
Mloney Saved-F. Elder.
F esan Arrivals-Boaty & Bro.
liihoad Meeting -C. Boukuight.
Anual Report - W. J3. Peake,
New Fall and Winter Goods-J.
Dirsolution-U. G. Desportes &
Gone to a Better Place-U. G.
Del-portes & Co.
One of largest Stuck of Good
Ladd Bros. & Co. '
Appointment of Managers of Eiec
Notice to Tax Payers-U. A.
Smith, County Tre'surer.
There i, it gre.t dial of sickneCss in
m. u:i. art this tiame, priuei.
La otou Ma~ukot.
E r i:t uti wek 530 bales of
1 ' 4. t i % Id ii. this mar l:et
Rev Win. E. Bggs.
'T his diuii-nuislmi divine, f.anrly
P.atur of tlhe 're.ty:erian Church of
thi6 place, preached Lu his old congre
gition ot Sunidasy.
A refreshing raiu fell Saturday
night,, which has hal a very agreeable
effect.. Th at miplere bas bee
purifld and the dust disposed of.
Gardens will no doubt be benefitted
Tue rair of the Carolilas.
Our fellow.-townmarn, Wn. D. Ai
ken,1 has been appointed As.sistanut
Marshal of the Fair of the Caruolinaw,
which takes placee in Cha lotte on the
22d of Octobebr next.
* . Jilisen, Ilayne and Judge Mackey,
. spoke in the Court, Iouse Saturday
in the interest of the Moses ticket.
Tlhec leit nameid was jecry severe on'
* Tomlin.son, uad carpel, baggers gene.
ral. TPhe audience was small, ane
alrrost entiruly colored.
* Roerious Servioes.
Blishrop Howe preached in the Epis.
copal Ulhrh both at morning and
* night service Sunday. At the night
services five ladies worn confirmed by
- hsim and rocecived into the church,
"through the laying on of hands."
is discourses were very able and
Wo argaina call the attention of ou.
many readers to the advertisement ii
anot her column of builders material.
and supplies. To those in want ol
any articles in this line, we say sen
for oirculars and price lists from the
groat Southern factory of the~o goods
and extensive salesrooms of builden~
hardware, marble mantle pieces
French and American window glassi
*&c. Address I'. P. Toale, 20 Hayn<
St., Charleston, S. C.
oz.Johnston Jones, Esuq., of the
Rlock Hill Lantern, having moved t<
Charlotte, and taken bold of the Ob
server, will be assisted in the conduel
of the Lantern by Mr. Gaston Paul
who has had considerable experiene.
both as printer and editor.
Managers of Eleotion.
At tention is directed to tho appoint
menit of Managers of Electionu, umad
by the Commanissioners. It w ill b
seen that good mrea in every looalit
-have been seleteod, anid that no unfall
disorimination has been made in favo
of either party. M~ess. O. RI. Thronp
son, H. L. Elliott, and John D
Smart, the latter colored, arei thi
managers of W innsboro box, mren wli
we believe, will aet tbeir part to thi
jvatiafaoticn of all.
A reporter of the Charleston News,
bas interviewed Capt. Geo. Tupper,
under arrest for the alleged nurder
of Capt. John D. C -ld well, and
through him a statement from
Capt Tupper is made public, which,
if true, throws light upon the affair
that had not been seen before. Capt.
Tupp.r contends that he Ehot Cald
%ell in self-defe:.e, and ielates cir.
cuistanices thia prove, grantinag tlcir
cirectneris, that he was violently as
'-aUlted by both Caldwell anad Morgan.
There are aliwys two-sides to an aI
fair of this kind, and it is well not it,
form an impret-sion until both have
had a proper hearing.
The Governor has appointed Chaii.
H. Adams a Commissioner of Deedb
for South Carolina, residing ii, B.
The Charlestot Courier says that i'
is reported that five cases of guna
have been bbippod to the Islands for
the militia there. May they not be
for elect ion purposes 7
The Birnwell Jourtnal haa changed
its name to tne blasonio Woikmnan,
and is now devoted to the interettsol
the Masonio fr;'termiy.
Northern drutuimers are being ar
rested in Charleatvn for doing basi
ness without licenve.
The caterpillars are pretty b-id in
tihe Ueaghbusihood vf G eenawood actd
aue doinag seriLs hara to the c-(ps..
Johu He.r\ May, forme.ly a mein.
chaut in Chi.absten, oied in Ni,..
Irance, ou the 31:A ult., at the ad
vanced age of 83.
A Conventio. cf R1eaopublicans r.p;r-s
ed t those am i.te.. uon the 18a
iort , r'nel iln tlo t.o . ii u- .
Pue. d.' L,- '4-A oe ,. m .e
I ,itownI.* u.ai., . tn ,
southl r- Sa . F rd.
R '~ in a-.u -..m --:ia l So . , .
..ad .\l -a , . * Ii atro,.
Sh f a-T J. 1). ,'uaeto..
Clerk 0f B~~u- .3.i.G.no
JIa dge ut.. , - V. . ..s I. .
t1 ou .t Conumi,. i.,ers - i. L
1E iitt, IL n ry J..co:-.-, J . 11. G ,.
Tce follo .tilg P' iain Ie ..nau 1U.
luticans were unaniou.-ly A.dp;e. .
Whereas att a County Coave;t
held in \ifnstoro un the l : i :av
fur the purpose of noanista.g c s
didates for County cflicers Iv.,,
ne:nbers of the LegisLature, Wtie.t
aq it appars that Salid " Ct, a
Convenition was comapo, ed partly f
delegates ileg-Ily fLeted, taud n
that several of the nomainee.s endo sie.
uy saiid Con, enataon a re obj -o. i..naib,
oa Iarge ianmber oft the It puaibla
cu r:- ot irti1ild Cmaaxmty, tanearei or
R, s.l lvedl, Tihat we tine lleaut I
can toters of ['am.ficidl Cont in C.
Venlt iota as,imlhlei, ieing ainp esa
with a .ense of theO a pniaha
reatiaag upouiHax nsah a reuae iis, di., .<
paud ate time naotion1 of tihe Cufnvtent I
-,eld~ ona the IS Ih it.sme., the lpa;rae.:u
onge of whieb we buel ieve to be unare.
publican and illegal, that the v'iata
-Af the people had not beeni conmula...
that thne conventionm was franaced at..
aanipulated is alae iunterest of a let
to the great disadvantage of th
mnany, aud therefore shiould not t.
entitled to our maupport anad we herem .
uominate a ticket and gledge otu
selves to its support.
Thae eleetions during the present
year will be beld as~ f.aIllows
D.kota Terria r., O-tcbea 8.
luodiaana, October 8.
lows, Oura oba-r 8.
Nebrasks, Oct~. boa 8.
Ohimo, Octobean 8.
Penntsy lvatana, (Otober 8.
Sout h Uarulinea, Oatmiber 160.
WestCM Varyamin, 0Oheria' 24.
Alabamaa, November~a 5.
Arkans~as, Nuovembal n 5.
DX laware, N 'veianbear5.
Fhlsn idan, N vn,ber 'i 5.
3e..rgia, Noaveaib ar 5.
Illinoui, N..vemnber 5.
Kana.ma, Nos emnblr 5.
Lojuisi..nam, Naave a ber' 6.
Ma rylanad, Noevemb-r 5.
i~Maanchu.. tt<, Novemblr 5.
i ebnigana, Naovemberac 5.
lMlinuemnoata, Novermbe: 5.
>~ M ii jippi .\ ev. nii 't 5.
Miesouiai Nosena.bo- 5.
Nevada, Nivem:aber 5.
New Jeiaay. Nv. mi~ er 5.
' New Yoah, N''vembera.n 5.
J'Tiene~Oe. N'vemherc 5.
Virginia, Nove niler 5.
WVisconsain, Novena.hera 5.
A riz ma Teirraaort. Noven,ber 8.
.Dia-riet of Coli'.mbana, Noember
TPhe Pr esid-rntiai eleotion will cae
our in all the States onl the 5at dy
r A California manx requested his
wfi ina a ball-room to hold the
-baby of another man's wife while he
.danced with thme baby's mother, but
a she didn't bold it. Some wives ago
too disobedient to put up with.
The virttaes are lost in inaterest, as
S. -'. Cox is reyn1 to . &... I ..,I.ythl.
Mfy frienus, I ieaird fr. ti Innsyl
vania to-day. hI'Iey will Iaake Mr.
Bucklew the Governor ab r.ure. as the
110o is now shlling uponi us. We
sha'l carry Indiaoa atid Ohio, and the
Southori States, are albo;. in a body
for Mr. Greciey A., for MLaiae, we
don't eare for ita ante wlere they
preach politi- t o tlbe Sudaby before
election. I Lantlablt..]
Masonry, bot.h in its estones and its
principlt , is ever) whero one, al.
though it has neither a cini mon centre
nir a gin er.al go .-ertment, and it is
t.t the least of its phe0lolUetta, that
whuile it p'esnUts I unity of views
anld conformity to doctrines over
the whole earth, teither their views
nor their doctrines entanate from
one head nor from one board of di.
We find the following paragraph in
one of our exchanges. It tells its
uwtn story :
6le was ashamed uf his pool- old
mother and father, because we were
ia poverty,arid has never written us a
lett'r since he changed his name to
I.etiry Wilson," said Senator Wil.
Ait's mother when asked to explain
J. Willis Unlderwood, a prominent
-eld re.-ipectud colored citizen of Fon
lulac., Wis., has written a letter
ma1.1 in ly ndio si g t h e cou rse of Charles
iuter, Ca.siu. M. Clay, and other
\holititanists, arid pedging his every
ff rt to aid the electiou of Greeley
The lIo0n. George IT. Pendleton,
Ite first choice of a maj:rity of the
to.e atea to the National D-tnoer..tic
moventi,ito of 1868 for the P5e.,i
uncy, pledges lhinself for work from
.w unitil the dy of tilt election.
b.. ig h Vra iving ft om uropc only this
The N !-the a paprs ;n:iounce that
x V. r1; J "t,- l Orr, %. S..uth
11 t t a - oeen IF -1.-1 th.- p:).. tlk..m
. i . r to the Arven-ioe Repu
-, '-- ie.. I G Ueer as Vt hiue, o.
\ e v- inl Cu!if'rni.i, havo.i.4
b - ,, t.>e. caj.ge. in1 bon'.
A d It . px ' y tu ,ep lotel i
N c 41.'l.. ed beCense
- it~rJ ich Us ig inahly U.."
Ii (I: e t..
1a C tIor to it: rine -th-It wo
L , a .. .:( t. i * Ole T .
li e' t . i - - - t's al .
Mr N1 .
\is. g l\ ' . ... . n
Ti.e' gre:.tL.i walt . t .. , --.. n: age ;
-i t'ti al .) W i . he,.'lb,\ Cjit . ig.rti .us in
-.'a*t. on-. nIe' tgene'lyl pos'd er. re ly of
- ec 't net lton 0f te t n e n n- 1 't l'( er d
.~rtl! ir ei.ng cotmpotsed genti elyo
-ori Il t al.c wrong actionadgvn.e
5' se "Do) g Days'" andc theta
ti 110 thi eaon of the year' tlah botod is
ii to rcometi pure0, thet a~Jpetite poor,'
Skin ilo tw, the botdy enfee~led~, thea
ocks oft chtills and11 fever's, rhentatismfl,
f tile ciftct s of the i njuad iisoru p
ion~ of the skin, nnmd the developmteti t
use of (':alomtiel. All thiis tronble mtiay he
voidedi by3 theo use' of a few bottles of' Dr.
lut 's $nrsn paril'.a anda Qneen's Delightt.
4is htarrmless in its effects buat. a powerful
nemy13 to dlisteases. ' ry it, and you will
.nsd it a ftriendI)I ittneed
P!r '7'uit's flair lhye Arfs Instaiatnously.
A regan i tnid of bodly is tabsoiltely es
lnil i o phly sicitl healh ai ind ceartenesst of
, telleet . Norm is thIiis ail. lientty of
.'-'sc ennno'flhit CO-eOxist wiTth nu n tura L l
''nihtiott oft thet hiwe'ls. A ft ee passa ge
ihe- ea atural .vaste pipes, is as necessary
.iho pot ity oft the ho.'y ias the liee pas
.ag~.e t thme .ffl fali city throutgh it swers
a nece.-sae'y to the hetllth or its inhai-i
Indigest ion is thne primtary cnnse of most
I. e'. dise a at of lie dlischaitring organts.
till onei alf its moI cl'5tLommon10 relatS 5t Cis o
"t..lItw sakint. coalt mnat ig ;blo tattd
tile. l.t'mt.rttrhoids, hteadt .che, '-iss of miemo
liesatS1er-s .-itmnehl. Bters rermovo all
. tluSe itt t het. digetive ot ganus, and re(gu
lilitg thme ne'ton of the intestine's. The
,'m.nti on oa 111(f p--optert' ie t in this celebhra
ted prepati ' ionl iS onel oIf ilts chief mertits.*
It is not mtteely' t'ttimuelt or tottie, or nnm
ant il'illoust ngren, or' a nerrine, or' a blood
de'lt.rnrn. 'r a. cai htlic bultall lieset cura
i've &e''e ts .i ldiclionety lniad in mane
powrl fnil r'etoraise. 1t letnde nctivity
'tid rig .rn to ito inert uand enervated
its -*bItro ln , 111 ndta g yes ltne to thte netm
bitnne wh'tichli Iimes it, gently imItulit thIle
liver, braces thwelnervcis. antd cheers the
naimal edsirta. N.. thter remsedy possesses
sucth a variety of btyge'nio vIrgtu's. It Is
to the,' chtartcte'ristie virttires that it on c.
prlet'ance ha'i prove d thtat it Is a" harmrnless
as it ist etlicacions. and') lbeneo It is
as popitiar with the weakor sex as wt hthe
hloitetter's Stomatch itters are sold In
bottleis only, tend the tmrnde..\lark blown In
thme glass antI eneaved oen the lab.el Is the
lest of genulneness, Dowaro of counrar
Ti UTu AND PowTRY.--Milton !tuts int<
the wouth of Lucifer, lin "Paradise Lst,'
tlhse memorable words
"TO US WMAK 18 MisBRADLE."
Never was a triper sentence written that
thi-supposed to be wrung from the Arch
fiend in his impotence and agony. Everi
victim of nervous debility, or of that do
pressing languor which is one of the so
conpianiments of dyspepsia and billious
ness, can testify to the misery of mind ant
body which they involve. The motiv<
power of the system is partially paralyzed
the mind is haunted by anxiety and fear
and the suffer is as incapable of applying
himself energetically to any kind of busi.
nets as if he were under the bemimbing in
fluence of catalepny. This terrible imenta
and physical oonditiou need not, however,
be endured for forty-eight hours bmy mn
humian I eing. Plantation Bitters is an ab).
olmite specific for all the torments which i
deranged stonmach. a disordered liver, au
sha tored nerves, saperinduce.
U@, The worst Ooughs yilId, as if by
nimgic, to the wonderful curaktive powers ol
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Tur GALES or AnADY nre not sploier than
the aroma which the frAgrant Sozodont imi
parts to the breath. Nor is the heart of the
ivory nie whiter than the teeth that arc
olenned daily with that imatchless fluid.
To O(wv:nia or 1onesm..-No one who ati
ever used Dr. Tobias' lorse Venetian Lini.
ment will ever be without it : it is a cer
tninl cure for Colie, Sore rlhront, Cuts,
Bruives and Old Sores. Warraited supo,
tior to any other; in pint bottles, at $1 --
Sold by all druggists. Depot. 10 Park
Place, Now York.
11tu0.txTT's STANDAnn FI.AvoniNG Ex.
TnAcTs are neatly put ip in Unpannelled 2
oz, 6 oz. and 10 oz. bottles, tiad are for sale
by the trade generally imn every prinoipal
city nnd town in the United States, Canadns
and British Provinces, as well as many
other foreign countries.
1191.iP FOR Tnil lloPc1Liss.-You are weak.
dejected, miserable, and nothing does you
nny good. you say. Don't dispair ; there is
a tnlmn in& Gilead. Ilave you tried Vinegar
Biters ? No! Then why don't you? Wheth
er your compnim be dyspepsin, billious.
nes, nervous wenkness, constitutional de
b-ility. or any other trouble.1 Vinegar Bit.
ters will revive and renovate your shattere-i
system, as at genial rain refresles the with.
FOU DvSrPers14:A.--IndiTgest inn, depressio.,
of spirits and general debility inm (heir va
rious form .s; also, as a preventive ngainst
Fever nid Agime, and other intermiient re
vers. The Ferro Phosphoratced Elixir of
Calisayn, made by Cnswell, hiazard k Co..
New York, ailn sold by all Druggistm, is the
hest totio, and as a tonic for pient mis re
covering frm-r fever or other sicknesecs, it
1:11'; no equal.
T mnnims-ros's IvomY PEARL TooTH Powtn.
The I-es' nrlicle known for cleanmsing and
m-ooerving the teeth and gumis. Sold by
10l lIruggisim. Price 25 and 50 cents per
botile. F. C. Wells & Co., New York.
'iutisrAnono's 1Alit DY, trinnds unri.
vall- d in time world. No lady or gentleman
of di-criminiation uses any other. It is
Ihe nm'sl perf*ect, reliable and effective liair
Dye in the world. Manuifactory, 8 Maid
en lne, New York.
CAn0or.mu SAL.v, recommended ty Phy.
sicianmm ns the great llenliteg Compound.
'lic 25 eents per box. -John F. llenmy,
ole !'rpr'e'or, 8 Cillege P!ace, N. Y.
Sistim~y's 011itn is n reliable Diuretic and
i'm.ie for Mli mernngements of the urionry
.d genit'al ergans. I lie gonnine, as for.
fim-rly nold by flaiviland, Ilarral & Risley
Old tlheir bram-les. is now piepared by 11
i yiley, tCe oriinitor and Proprieior
h,-' -- I(- su plied .y hi i successors,
:mat & I%-hy. New York.
i's.i. fr i ium purified, the most
t~ m- 'ecta tdie in thec maiikr-i, muade biy
'o roflDm' I. .\l. lig'low, Detroit .\ edi
C C" lie.e. Is niwys intiformn in strength,
we i s N irmly tIme case in any other pre
p i an ion nf Opimn.
Pit rr's . -rnmA. Mi., hna a world-wide
V I uitaion ns file stmreqf and hemt illumint.
inC oil. Over t wo niilion gallons have been
-ohmi fom' thme past, tWO yeas,. from whiichi no
accidents of any descmipt ion have ocenrred.
'endm for' 'ircuilair. ( il liouse of (chamrles
Ptrm-m, Established 1770,. New York.
WE llAve FnEQIusmTL liP.Ann mot hem's
5mny they woumld noct lbe withloumt hirs. Wins
low's Soothiung Syrup, from the biirth of mihe
chii ld unt ii it has f1mished withI ine teethIini
siege, tinder anmy consideration whatievemr.
Tm 8SonRTr 'mr ilEAt-rr. Whalit is it ? ne
loert askedi, for time womrld of fashionm amid
ali thme imadien know ihat. is produced by
usimmg a dl'lighmtfuml andl hmar'mless toilet pre
paation known as. 0. WV Laird''s "lomi min
Y'oumth." Its beauitifing eficotts are truly
wonder-ful. D~epot, 6 Gold .St., N. Y.
Chammrlotte, Columbia & Aumg. IR. RL. Co.,
Columbitia, 8. C., September 23, 1872.
Tameigof time Execuitive Committee
ofteBard of Dlirctors, held this dma
Rm'olmred, Thmal a generml meeting of t
Stockhmoldler of thise Company be called, to
takko place at 10 o'clock A. M., in thme city
of Coluirr.biam, 8, C , omm 1'Tusay, thme 15thr
day of Ommiober', next.
Ini obedioneoc to time above order, anid thct
pro' isionsa of lime olarter, the Stockholder,
arec rropecfuliy invited to convene in gen.
erai nmeeing as stated.
oct 1 C. BOUKN'IOliT, 8ec.
Notice to Tax Pa~'yers.
TpiiEtird quarter of thme State Licensm
I will be mute on time let of October 1872,
mandi mal persons inmterested are hereby nocli
Ii dl that payimenit nmust be madie by ihm
tird day of said montit or tihe pemmaky will
if. A. S2MJITl,
ect 1-t~x8 Treas Fairlield I. oumnty.
Notice to Tax Payers I
B Y a reent Act of the Legisltture, wm
hiavem beeni comuanmded to pay an atddi'
In ormder to mmeet thmis dleman~td, we hmave de
termitned to infiorm thme citizens of Fairn'fem
Counity, u'at we have oin hamnd atnd nra een
tinmually re'ceivinmg Lmiquor's of all grades
which ar'e to be uolmd iat redutcemd rmates fo
caish. Wo' havo "Old Mounrtmain Crown''
JURLE RITE WHIISKEY,
that we putt against the State.-in poInt o:
quaility ; -at a price thmat will suit all 1ov
ers of a pmure article. Also several Baeroll
of Pumtro Corn Whiskey. Wine, Gin, Rum,
Aumity and White Wheat Whiskey. A pre
eminent artic'e of '-Old F~renoch Brandy,~
which we recommend for medioinmal purpos
esi. Th'lose in seamrch of a genuine articlh
of m hiekey will be sure to find it. by call
lng on its. U. 0. DESP'OR'l'ss & CO
a pr 28CCorer No. 1
O NE Tieree of Sugar Curiedl Cant asse
llama io stero, andt far male Yeaw for aand
Uma o nn a-r w ' nDr
C0OE ONE I COME ALL!
If you Desire to Get tho Worth of
HE subscriber and his sister, Mro.
SIJAW, have returned from purchasing one
of the largest and most varied stocks ever
brought to this market, which he hopes to
sell lower than the lowest,
GRANT and GREELEY
Iits, as well as flats of every other style
and variety, just. reccived and still coming
at V. ELDER'S large and cheap Cash
Establishment, where he
Be ple'ised to exhibit his varied stock, con.
sisting of ints. Caps, Dry Goods, 'Milli
nery, Boots, Shoes. Ready led Clothing,
Groceries, liardware, Bed bteads, Mat
tresses, &c., to the citizens Winnsboro and
(lie surrounding corniry. lie feels assured
[tiat he can satisfy the tasto of the most
fastidious, and each one will not cnly go
away fully satisfied, but will
To his neighbor and nrge him to go to the
Cash Store of V. Elder and nuke hi.
purehises, where he will be sure to get the
value of his money. All that he asks is fol
each one to call and examire his stock for
himself. lie believes that his Fall Stock
is the largest inid most varied ever exhibit
ed or displayed
Any establishnent. in town, and consists of
full lines of the following, viz: Ladies
Bonnets, livt8, Sundowns, Chignons, il (ir
Braids, ilair Netts, Switches, Diess Goods.
Tritumings, &c., of tho very best style and
fishion. Toget her with a full and complete
stock if Notions. lie madte Boots, Shioes
and Gaiters, for both Ladien and Gentlemen,
a specialty this season, and lie would there
fore especially invite the citizens of
And the sturrounding count ry to call and ex.
amine his stock of Boots and Shoe s, nearly
all of which he had mn die to order in the
best Northern Factories, and ean safely
warrant to be free from all S'fODDY.
ie has a fino and comnplete stook of
Ready Mtade Clothbiing to tho purchase of
which lio gavo his personal attention. Ilis
Cloths andi Cassimercs ft r Gentlemnen and
Boys wear is uinsuirpassedh in this nmrket.
Call and look at them., No charge made for
the exhhiuiion of Goods. Ills Cloths, Cas
sa'neres, Trweetds, Jeans, &c., range in price
from 20c. per yard to $2
le can furnish you with a New Bed
stead and Mfattress at the very lowest pos.
sible price for Cash. A large lot of Crock
cry Ware, just opened and for sale very
chenp for cash,
A fresh atnd complete stock of Groceries
always kept on hand and sold at prices to
stuit, the tiuses. Hardware, Potware, Woed
enware, iin~d an fact everything that can tie
inmaglne-d or desired. All he asks is that
you call and examine his stock hefore mak
ing your purchases, and if you <4on't, see
what you want ask for it.
sept 28 F. ELDER.
Fre'sh Arriv ale,
WHIITE'8 CO NFECTIONARIY,
Lemons, RaIsins, Currents, Citron, Co.
connuts, Fresh gualmoin, Pickels, Jellies,
Nuts, and everything In the Confectionary
line that. can be desired. Give me a call.
SLA RGE lot of Jugs and .Jars.
Peaches, Pine App!e, Green Corn, Cove
Oyst ers and Bardines.
june 18 U, 0. DESPOR~T1b & CO.
1Thea Neotar, iT
1 PURE C voNE3HiLhCK TA ii
july 4 i. U. G. $EPONTtfS & CO. '
d p Obrosextra 0 ne No.1 eroese Ol1
WOODWARD & LAv,
ARE NOW RECEIVING
THEIR LARGE STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Fancy Goods and Notions,
Gents, Ladies, Misses and
Childrens Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Crockery and Glass Ware,
Wooden and *Willow Ware,
Groceries, (Coffees, Sugars,
3reen and Black Teas, Bag
ring and Ties.)
'. W. Woodward, Jas. IV. Law.
Fust in storo 3 ('aps McE wau's Edinburr
'e case last I ondon Stonif. For sale U,
hL J. .\lckCA R LE.Y.
1OOT AND SHOE
N 4% '3L'U. [tL O t C A' 3' .
lIAVINO procured Ith
very best Mecairies ir
, h' counitry, I fee wa
rante.l ini 54nying thnat I
Canl fuiish aibs nt Bo(i
or. S8lt0l as anay Shop
in the' South. All worki
warramntedl to givet satisfact'on. Mfy Shop~
is next door to F. Gerig', Sa-l'llery.
mar 19 S. M. G(iUl EllT.
At Private Sale.
TIlE well-known ihro
Ma in or Conigress Street,
nest, to curner of Liberly street, conain
ing t welve upright ..roomst. For part iou
mar npply to tho undlersigned.
junes 27 LDUlosE E LESTrON.
26 l)OYEN Braudes Crown Hoes.
I Tlierce of Whole itico.
50 llushiels Meal.
Pattent Cotton Back Dands and Hooks.
Fot sado by
mar 16 DIEA TV & 11R1.
A ppointment of Managers of Elec
The Commissioner of Eltiton for Pair.
field C'uty do0 hereby a; poinit the follow.
ing nameind pea sons as mannigers of Elect iona
respectively for each election precinct oif
the said County.
Winnbsboro Precinct-l.I. L. Elliott, John
D. Smat, 0. R. Thompson,
Ridgeway-A. K Craig, Wylio J. Davis,
roko-H1. Ri. Flannigan, Georgo Counatia,
Hioreh--1/. II. Dubose, Levi Douglass,
Johnm~ I>. Mlahon.
Jonikinsvillo-Jr. M Martin, WV. B. Yar
borough. J. K Rabb.
Mlontiello-Rtobt. T. Yarborough, 1H. M
Zonly. George Washingitn.
Feasterville-D). 11. Feaster, C. W. Fau-~
ceat. Jamea Carter
Yonguosville-Calvin Brigg, John Moc.
Lerkclin, Thos. IDewitt.
OUt ddenl's Grove-Jameqe McCrorey.
Joseh C. Caldwell. Robert Ford.
i ilingaswort h-Itev. Rt. R. Vann, Dr.
Johna Boyd, Frank Killingswora h.
J gN R Y J \C()B8,
se pt 26-t4x8 Chairman of Board.
The Intendant and Wardens of the Town
of Innasboro in Council met, do Ordain,
That overy person, firm or company, who
shall in ru.uro. engsge In, or exercise the
busivess of selling or vending distilledI or
malt liquors, shall be requtired to pay an
nutally to the Treasurer of Conoil, for
the use of the Town, the aumts as follows,
, For Tavern License, thue sum of $2.50 (0
For Quart License, the sum of $126 00
sec. 2. That all ordinances or parts ot
ordinane a inconsuistent wit h the provisIons
of la ordinance, he and the same are
bemeby repealed. Dons in. Counnch in the
'Town of Winnsboro, this 9th daiy of Aug.
In witness whereof the seal of the Town
D. R. hagzy 8'ark ofI Colan!.
BEATC & 'BEMO.,
1 Car load Augusta Flour, assorted,
I Car load Salt,
1 Car load Sued Oats,
100 Dushola Meal,
I Tiorco Carolina Rice,
1 Tierce Canvassed Uams,
1 lhds Knights Syrup,
8 Cases Shoes,
15 Bbla. and hlida. Sugar, avssted.
Cofi'o, Checee, Cotton Yarus, Wooden.
ware, Nails, Blasting and Rifle Powder.
Shot,Soap, Candles, Petroleum, Well Rope,
anZI Buckets, Unigging and Ties, Young
llyson, Japan and Gunpowder Teas.
Ve are now receiving one of
the largest and liost carefedly
selected stocks ever offered in
W IN N S BO R 0'
Dry Goods of every de
Yankee Notions in endless
Boots and Shoes, mmy from
the Factory-and warranted.
Glothing of filu iaterial
.lld more variid styICs th:n1 Wo
havo before ofl'red.
iHats and Caps to suit any
Crockery ; as usual a largo
WKood and WVillowv WVare,
H airdivare, &c., &c.
Tfhese good's are of'ered at
prices that caunot fail to satis
fy the closest buyers.
LADD BROS & CO,
M O VIE D.
E1 would respeel fully info:rm our frionds
that we have ,anoved into the Ncw St~ ro
next dloor to Thacot & Co., andl are receiv.
ing one of thn largest and best selootedt
utsoks of goods~ we have ever hadl. Con.
slsting of lDry Gloods, Notions, Clothing.
Oroc kery, No. We would call attention i'i
particular to our large anad varied stock of
BOOTS and SHOES,
whieh we have uelected from 91he hest man
ufactories, and of the most durable qunl.r
We also havey, and will kec r on hand, A.
Brown's celebrated North Carovl ina F auily
Flour, and various other aktice too todioui
McLAUJOI[LIN & JOHINSTON.
E. C. MeI,Artn:rH, }
BlAil. S. Jotase ro,, sept 21
Chairs ! Chairs I
a NOJfTilER lot of "Oeorgla Chairs, mtfn.
Iufnmctuared to o 'der for us, rcf a ver~y 2.u.
perior igatltty and finieh oJur terms arie
pontiv,.ly (,'oh, asuth we hope none willP
pect us iro solt on edit. We nannoO, do f'
at oner present low prices tiur piofils
very short.. Wo thu.' call special atter.ti :
tin out termsn that outr filernds nay not tbe
otfended( when we detandl te montey f-.
our gocodu. We lnvite s1! to piq~u out toc
hefore the7 barf.