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New AdvertiseF * I.
Notice-John I. Oatbeart, Ad'r:
Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall.
Eggs-T. R. Roberston.
Masonic Meeting-W. G. Jordan,
Don't fail to read the inducemejts
offered by Bacot & Co.
Just Beceived-D. R. Flenniken.
Final Notice-D. R. Flenniken,
For the past week 353 bales of
Cotton have been sold in this market
at 16a cents.
Mr. W. 11. MoCaw, former editor
of the Columbia Phoenix, has taken
charge of the editorial department of
the Carolinian. Mr. McCaw is an
r.ble writer, and we wish him success
in his new sphere.
The election Tuesday pasded off
quietly with one exception. There
were 960 votes polled at this preoinot,
with the following result:
Grant and Wilson, 749
Greeley and Brown, 209
O'Conor and Adams, 2
Terrible Fire in Boston.
Our telegraphic columns contain
an account of an extensive conflagrad
tion in Boston, destroying upwards of
200,000,000 millions Dollars of pro
Dr. Isaiah Simpson.
The attention of the public is re
spctfully directed to the advertise
ment of Dr. Isaiah Simpson, Dentist.
Dr. Simpson has repeatedly visited
our town, and has, so far as we have
heard, given entire satisfaction to his
We regret most deeply being called
upon to chronicle the death of little
MJattie, child of Captain and Mrs. W.
M. Dwight. Hor malady was that
fatal disease, Diptheria, from which
she suffered several days before being
translated to the angelic regions
We tender our warmest sympathy
to the bereaved parents, end trust they
may receivo Heavenly consolation in
their heart-rending affliction.
Resistine the Police.
On Tuesday a negro man .raised a
row in the street, greatly to the an
noyance of passers-by, the polico was
called and went to arrest him but the
negro resisted. The police called to
his assistanoe some by-standers, and
the negro was looked up. Just after
he was put in the guard house a party
of his friends assembled around the
guard house door and threatened to
take the prisoner out by force. This
threat brought to the spot several
whites, who wore prepared for the on
set, but the negroes declined to go any
farther. We advise the colored pee.
pie to desist from such threats, as they
'will bring on disturbances that will be
serious in the end. If they come to
town and raise disturbances they will
be put up without doubt.
The horse malady is in Columbia..
Mr. Joseph Newman, who resides a
short distance from Columbia, on the
WVinnsboro Road, was knocked down
says the Phoenix, and roobed, Satur
day evening, while on his way home.
The -Chester Reporter announces
the death of Mr. David Lookie, As
sistant Cashier of the National Bank
By charades and supper entertain
ments, the people of Anderson have
raised $200 for the Masonic fratprni
J. Mobley Hill1, W. M. English and
A. C. Lyles, have been arrested on
charges connecting them with mur
der in Unich County.
The horse malady has made its ap
pearance in Charleston.
The State Fair at Columbia closed
on Friday last, the distribution of
premiums ending the week's proceed.
The following eltisens, of Fairfield
received premiums : W. 8. Uabb,
Hill-side Plow. Mr's. Means, native
Almond and Itaael Nuts. D. R.
Elkin, Grade Bull, Heifers, herd of
Steers, And Grede Goats and kids.
Thos. W. Rabb, Bull and Cow, Bull
Calf and Heifer, and Milch Cow. N.
C. Robertson, Oren. T. L. Bulow,
Boars. Mrs. R. H. Edmunds, Worst
ted Rug. Mrs. J. A. Cook, Scrap
Hearth Rug. Mrs. Fraser, Patch
work Quilt. Mrs. Law, Laid-work
Quilt. Miss L. A. Bacon, set of
Collars and Cpffa. R. I9. Ellison, jr.,
best Corn,tlargest yield of Corn on
E. ,T. Means, bunch of Ra1 gjts.
E 4. Mf. Jf. W'puTmily Treo.
1G1iss C. Ng isoh -Optee et Jewtry.
The Fair was a decided success pe.
ouniarily, so we have been informed,
but the display of articles was not
near so good as in former years. The
stook department made but a poor
exfifltii,'W6 thought, and there was
considerable room for improvement in
it. Special features of the Fair will
be noticed again.
Married Tuesday evening, Nov. 5th,
at the residence of the bride's moth
er, by the Rev. W. W. Mill's, Mr.
8. WANNiC JACKSoN to Miss FANziE
A. POW.LL, all of Fairfield.
Bright and oloudless may their hours,
Glide 'mid joy and peace away,
And their pathway wreathed with
Guide them unto perfect day.
A LL re ons having demands against the
Estat of Johin McKinney, deceased,
will render mu in properly attested to
the undersig ne or before the lst day of
JOHN 11. CA 'ART, Adm'r.
New Advertise ments.
OAgnts Wantcd for Cobbin's
On t o Bible, for the Home Circle. 1,200
pag , 260 Engravings. The best enter
pris of the year for agents. Every family
will h it. Nothing like it now published.
For circula uddress 11. S. GuosP:E iD &
Co., 87 Park ow, New York.
B00K AG NTS now at work, or looking
for so e new book, should write at
once For oir ulars or the best-selling books
published. Extraordinary I nducements of.
fered. Su rb premiums given away.
Particulars ftee. Address QUEEN CITY
'UBLISIING C , Cincinnati, Ohio.
1END woa N. DRsCePTrVE CATALOaUM
of Cheap Pi tures, published by CUl1.
RIER & IVES, 23 & 125 Nassau St., New
1823. JUILEE 1 1873,
NEW YOR 1 OBSERVER
The best Religiou and Secular Family
$3 a Year with the ibilee Year Book.
SIDNEY E. I RSE & Co.,
87 Park Ro , New York.
Send for a S 4naple copy.
ARE YOU 00G TO PAINT?
AVERILL CH ICAL PAINT
has proved gef to be the
Illandtoin ent a Inost Dura.
ble Exteriors Pa lt Known.
Sample card of beau o.yi colors and re.
commendations from o ners of the finesi
residences in the cou ry furnished free by
all dealer and by
Averill ChemsfiI . I Paint Co.,
82 Burhing Slip, New Y rk.
r, Cleveland, Ohio
$5 to $20 per day I A nts wanted
All sex, young or old, make oro money a
work for us In their spare omnns. or at
the tiene, than at anything e e. P, iIcu
lars f'ee. Address 0. BTIN N & CO
We are now receiving our
third supply of General Mer
chandize-the largest ever of
WJINNSBO R 0's
60 pieces Jeans, Satinets,
&c., many bought at the
North Carolina Factory.
100 pieces American Prints.
Another assortmeut of thos(
A large stock of fresh Dress
Goods, such as Alapacas, De
laines, Reps, Poplins, Chinese
1000 p airs new Shoes and
Boots. Recolleet we WAR.
RANT our Shoes free from
WOOD and PAPE~R.
A full stock of Crockery re
ceived from Trenton Factory
ehetper than ever'.
We paticularly invite the
attention of the ladies to our
General Stock. Satisfaction
MRDDBROS & eos
Charlotte, N. G.
ReOpectfully informs the citizens and yS
ubll6 generally that he will visit Winns
oro, 8. C., professionally je 19th of Nov
1872, auil remAlt 8 or 10 days., all anA
Sa isfaction Guaranteed.
Received first premium at Fair of the
Carolinps, 1871 and 1872. at
nov 12-t2i1 R%
Winnsboro Lodge, No.11, A. F. . H4
A regular communication of this
Lodge will be held (Tiursd:ay) even
ing, 14th inst., at 7 o'clock. to
lBreihren will please come rrepared to
pay their dues.
By order of the W. M. af
W. 0. JortDAN, See. Fe
EVENTY-FOUR dozen Eggs, just re- le
ceived by er
nov 12-t3 T. R. ROBERTSON.
r HE Tax Books of the Town will be open
.. until the 15th inst., after which timo Ti
executions will be issued against al, who Cc
have not paid. B3
D. R. FLENNIKEN , 0
nov 0- t Clerk of Court. PI
Arriving Daily, ac
C. R. Bacon, Ex 8. C. llama, Rio and
Java Coffees, Sugar, (all grades,) Flour,
(choice,) Meal, Pearl Grist, Fish, (ill Lp
kinds,) Syrups, Ex. Table, Ex. Family, cd
Amber Drips,) Lard, &c. a
Canned Goods, of every variety, such as T
Oysters, Salmon, Lobsters, Tomatoes, Corn, C(
Peaches, Pino Apple and Strawberries
1 Car load Salt, 6000 pounds Wheat Bran, si
Bagging at a bargain. t
Cakes and Crackers, Pine Apple Cheese,
Pickles, Sardines, Starch Soda, Soap, (an
excellent assortment,) Maccaroui, Raisins, 1
Currents, Tea, Fine Chewing and Smoking e
Tobacco, &c., &c. b
200 cheloice Segars, (something good.)
All of which will bo sold cheap for
.T R. ROBER.7SON.
oct 30 f
DMVIDSON & C0.,
Have R~emoveod 4.
Jr z w~ sTO aeE,
Opposite ID. Laudeordale's. at
sept 18 o
Executors Sale of Real Estate. fe
BDY virtue of anthority given to me by 5s
.)the last Will of Robert. lrice, Senior,
deceased, I wili sell at publio outcry to the
highest, bidder, befora the Court House
door un Winnsboro, at 12 o'clock, on lion
day.- the 2nd day of Denetber next, the
Tract of Land -known as the "Thompson Pt
01. 1.-2 .A.CRBs,
more or less, situate on or near the divid
lng line betwoen tilo Counties of Fairfield
and Chester-the said tract of land Is all 1*
original woods, and Is bounded bg Ilads
betonging to Rlobt. C. .Clowney, John
Clarke and others.
Txass or SAIx.-aOao..hird of the pur" -
chase nmoney to be pad In oash on - day of
sale. The balanceo ed a oredit of Iwelve
months with faterest~froe day of sale, to
be secured by the bond of the purchaser,
with good personal secturity, and p mtort
bage of the premises sold. Perchteers to in
pay for all necessary pa pers.
JOIN A DRIOE,81
ENot of Reet Will of BobI. 8Sk60, deoeasaE. I
he Mate of South Carolinui,
COUNTY OP AiRFIELD.
Court of Common Ples*.
mes M. McCollum, Administrator of Es.
Late of WM. Orosby, deceased,.i l'laistiff,
against James ' W. Crosiy, Frances
Yongue, and hot' husbatnd James W.
Yongne and others, D~fendants-Com.
plaint for Relief.
In pursuance of an order made in the
ove stated case by his Honor J. M.
toland, I will offer for sale at public sue.
in to the highest bidder before the Court
me door in Winnebord, within the legal
urs of sale on the first Monday in Decent.
r next, the following described property,
No. 1. All that piece, parcel or tract of
id lying, being and situate in the State
)resaid partly in Chester and partly in
irfield County ani known as the "Old
ace," containing Eight Hundred and
irty-seven Acres, more or less, on the
ters of Sandy River, and bounded by
ids of Estate of Coleman Crosby, Ches.
r Crosby, James M. MoCollum and oth
No. 2, A trIL't known as the "Davis
ace," containing Three frundred and
relvo Acres, inore or less, situate in the
>unty and State aforesaid, bounded by
oand Ri'er. Sandy River, lands of Cies.
r Boulware and the aforesaid "Old
No. I. A tract known as the "llill
ace," containing One Iflndred aud Fifty
ires. more or less, situated in the County
d State aforesaid and bounded. by lands
John Stephenson and Moses C. Stone.
No. 4. A lot containing- one-fourth of an
re. more-or less, situatod in the County
d State aforesaid1i at Sholton's depot on
a 8. and U.' Rilroad,' in the. fork of the
o ronds leading from the said depot to
e Columbia road.
No. 6. The balance of a tract known as
e "ilone Place," containing Threo lun.
ed and Ninety-six and a half Acres, nore
less, after the home'tead is taken oil
*th the remainder after the expiration of
id homestead estate, siluated in the
mnty and State last aforesnid adjoiiiing
nds of Chesley Crosby, It. J. F. W. Cole.
an, John tophenson and others.
No. 6. A small tract containing Forty.
ro and a half Acres, more or less, situat
i in the County and State last aforesaid.
ithin a half mile of the o "Home Place,'
joining lands of Chesley Crosby, Esinte
. R. Jennings, deceased, and James Mc.
No. 7. A (tact known as the "Monticell
ace," containing One Hundred and
selvo Acres. more or less, situated in thir
,unty and State aforesaid, hounded by
nds of 'Villiam Trapp, John litchinson
nitds of Estate of Isaac Morris, deceused,
No. 8. A tract of land known as ih<
esaae Coleman Place," containing Tw<
undred and Fifty Acres. inotre or lepp
tunted in the County and Star aforoeni
i bounded by lands iof J. S. Wit hers, it
F. W. Colennan and of hers.
Terms of Sale.
One-third of the pitrchnso money to b(
Lid in cash, and the balance there'nf on a
edit of one and two years, with interest
om day of sale, the purchasers to gire
md with a mortgage of the preinses.
L. W. DUVALJ,, S. F. C.
inniboro, Oct. -1, 1872,
nov 6-1 law4ivx4
Sheriff 's Sales,
State if' South Car'olinia.
-COU1NTY OF F1AII1tfJELD.
'illiam WV. Stokes, Richard N. McMaster
against, Mueaco W,. Boulwaro.
In fursuance of an order of the Court,
ado in the above stated ease, I will offet
r sale at. public auction, to the highesi
idder, before the Court House door in
innsboro within the legal hours of salt
the first Monday in December next, thet
Ilowing described property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract, of hant,
'ing, being and situate in the Conty of
airfield and State of Soth Carolini, on
te south side of the road leading from the
wn of Wlnneboro to Rocky Mount, con
ining Two Ilundred and Fifty Acres,
ore or less, and boundied by landa. of J.
Caldwell, of Richard N. Mollaster, of
dllie M. Robertson, and lands belonged to
to estate of Richard N. Gaydon, deo'd.
Termis of Sale.
One third cash, for the balance on acred
of onie and t wo years, with interest fromt
my of sale, the purchaser to give hIs bontd
ith a mortgage of the premises, and to
ry for all necessary pnpore.
Sherff'sL. W,DUVALL, 8. F. C.
innsboro. Nov. 7, 1872.
nov 9-t 1x2
Consisting of Wainnst, Irnitation Wal
it, andi Rosewood, of the very best quality,
ir design and workmanship uneqtmalled,
d cheap as can be bought anywhere this
he cf the city of New York or Baltimore,
the aame quality. Everything warrant.
.Looking Glasses and Choice Laumber
r sale. Call and see for yourselves, as
eing Is believing.
Furnitur, neatly repaired at moderate~
aug 15.-6m hI. WV. PiJLLJPS,
J. D. rIncAMd
1 barrel tr old Cabinet Rye, 18 0,
1 Barrel Bliaekberry. hl9:tuy,
I Barrsl Ginger Prnd,
Stuzart.'s Irish Whiskey.
g of Sugar, Coffee, Rftee, Mallasses B3a
n,'Laed, Breakfast.etripptS ne
ouldetrs and Ihm, Jbrs r
RhyGoodriok ad P o.
#.1 M& co.,]
Desire annionneo to their Friends and
Patrons that they have moyed into their
LARGE and ELEGANT STORE,
Corner Main and Plain Streets,
Usadeir the Wiseeler HEouite.
Where they have opened thoir Immense
New and Desirablo Goods,
Soleoted with Great Caro and
Comprising the Best Makes of Goods
To be found in
Domestic or Foreign Markets.
To which we invite the ttfntion of th
the Inhabitants of Fairfleld Coun) as else.
where. oeeling u-5.utrcI that we can tur -
nish them with bettor OU03S at Less Prices
tan any house in Bouth Caroliinn. as our
stock Is of the beat quality of G0008.
Samples sent on application by iuil. We
have a henulftil line of Mturiy Goods.
Mr. W. J. AitNATS, of ierhnw, in
now in our employ, na well as Mr. IWILTON
OlRCH[AR D, hoth of these gentletuen would
be pleased to see their Fniriehl frieanl at
the GRAND CEsNTRAL DRllY Gooin
'STAB,18111 HY f'o
WVin. D. LOVE & CO.,
Colutobin, 8. C.
W. D. LoviE,
0. B. MOC ntRRy, oct 29--m
__ _ a
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIED-COwRT OF
David Wills, Excutor of Will of Alnrgaret -
Watt, deceased, and Stephen Guibon,
Plaitntiff-f, against Chappul 0. Trapp,
Adtministrator of Estate of Christiana
Cook, decensed, Mary Trapp, Mlartha
(h ipell, George 8. Chappell, William
L. Chnppell, Thompson Chnppell, Mary
Chappell. larltta Ntayo antd her hushatd
'hillip It. Mayo, Sarah Chap1oll, Mttr
.ita Pautlling nn.1 her husband El ward t.
Paulling. Christiana 8. Turnip-eed
Mary Smith and her hiusband Ira T.
Smith, Defendants-Copy Sumimons.
To the Defendaits above Named.
You are horehy stumnioned and reqvuiro'
to answer the complaint in this Fction.
which is filed in the offiee of tie Clerk of
Comnimun Pleas, for tho sid1 County. and
to servo a copy of your answer to lite said
complaint on the subscribers nt their oflioe,
No. 6, Law Range, Winnsboro, Siuth
Carolina, within twenty days nfter tieser.
vice hereof, exclusive of the (lay of such
service ; antd if yon fnil to answer the
complaint within ithe i tmoe aforesaid, fhie
itintit' in this action Ivill apply to the
Cotrt for the relief demanded in the coml
Dated 6th July, 1872.
McCANTS & 1POUOLTASS,
To the defendants, William L. Chaippell
s.ond Christ iana . 'lurnipseed :
Take notice that. the foregoing is a copy
of lie lilmnona in t his action and th at ihe
coiplaitt heteirin was tiled it tIe oflice of
fite Clerk of Court of Commnnon Pletn4
for Fairfield Couty, inl tho :uate or South
Carolina, on I ie 'ih .Jtly, 1872.
MeCANTS & DOUGLASF,
oct. 28-x Plaint ill's Attorneys.
John A. lintiant and wife, art Mary Wil.
Hugla, against James Willlinghaim and
In pursuance or an order of the Court
of Probato male in the above stated case', I
will offer for sale at public auction to the
htightest hiddet', before theo Coturt Iloniae
door' in Winnsihoro, witiin the lega houris
otf stale, otn the first Mondny in Decembenhr
next, the follo wing described piroperty, to
A trnct of land, lying, being and sit rat.n
in the County of Ftait field, in t he Slate
of Sot'h Carolina, on lit to l(Uver, con
taininig Five ltttndredl Acre,, mnore or less,
and bounded by lands of Mtrs. irndick.
Mira. Steele, lands belontgintg to thte estate
of J. 0. Itabb, lands of Silas ItuffT and
Ter'11. of Sale.
One half of Ithe purchaseotmoney to ha
paid in cash, for a bilanco a ci 'dit. of
twelve months with Ii nterest thereon from
the day of sale, thec pturohaser to give his,
bond with a mortgage of thte premhises, anal
to pay for all necesstary papers.
fL. W. DUVAIL, 8. F. C1.
Winnsiboro, Nov. 7, 18'2.
State of South Carolina,
'COUNTY OF' Finvnt.o,
William Frazier, Nancy lRobinson, against
Barbara Frazior, Sarah Fra?.icr and oat
In pursmuance of an order of the Court
of Probate mode in the above stated easo,
I will offer for sale at public auction, to the
htighest bidder before the Court flanse door
in Winneboro, within the legal hours of
sale, on tihe first Monday in Deoembor
next, the following desoribed property, to
All that certaIn tract of land, containing 4
Two Hutndred and Forty,-eight Aeres, rnr
or less, altuattedt in the fork of Blroad and
Little Ilivers, near LIttle iver In thet
County of Fairfield arnd State of tiouth
Carolina, and bounded by lands of ,Jamoes
BI. McCanats, latnds of estate of William
3. Alston, decease-i, of Warren Turkett attd
Ternis of Sale.
Cash ettmflciet. to pay the Coat of these
proceedings andl exp~enscs of sale, andi one
third of theo balance of the pute~rnse mon.
ey, tlso to be pmaid int cash.m and thse reomain
dier thereof on a credit of t welvo mionehs,
with intrest thereon fromi the day ot' sal e,
secuired by thre bond of the p)urchtaser, ani -
a mortgage of the premrises, pttrckaser to
pay for all nect-swr'y papers
I,. W. IJUVA~IAS. .C,
Wi nnaboo, Nov. 7, 1872.
ha -~. Si ya lWao
-0-.& W -c--B -
1 Car load Augista Flour, assorted,
I Car load Salt,
I Car load Seed Oait,
100 D1hhets Meal,
I Tierce Carolinaa tico,
I Tierce Canvassed Ilamn,
3 Illhds Knights Syruaj',
6 Cases Shoes,
I& Ubis. and lh1da. Sugar, astc.
Coffee, Cheee, Cotton Yn.ns, Worden.
rare, Nails, Blatting and ibi le I1 wr,
htot,Soap, Candles, Pciroletm, Weil Rnpe,
nd D1uckele, agging and Ties, Young
lysoh, Japan and Gunpowder Teas.
BA COT &e C~v5
1 Car Ioind t00 bushleh Prime
iVWhite Seed Oats.
300 Bushols Tennessee Seed Wheat
10 Barrels Irish Potatoes for table
5 Boxes "1E'xtra Cream" Choese.
25 Quarter boxes new Layer llai
2 Barrels new hulled Bnchwheat..
Pure Loaf Lard in 10 and 23 lb.
I TPicee Carolina Ri1co.
100 Bushels Bolted Mealj,
1 TJ.ierce Charleston inst,
llamsl5 Tongues and Breaukfa st.
A full asortment of Boots and
hioes, aill of whuich will be sold atL
ow figures for the CASII,
1 Car lndr haur, idehlidi ng all greadoa,
I Car load Whitea'a Wint er Seed oat ,
1 Car load lilack Winter Mr-de m I,
I Car laid lied tu.st 'Proof"' .se C on-r.
Mackerel, in 1k1ts, qartelr andi half b.ar'
'els, Long Clear and C. It. White and~ Fook-ul~
d Dlacon, llams and Shoulders, *i! gradle
if Sugar, lRio andl .ava, and Pa'dc'hea
loflioe, Black and Ounapowder Tea, Rlaisinat,
3ltron, Currents, Pte A pples, Fresh Peach
s, Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon, Sardine
lIub Fish, Smoked Herring, Rye, Barley,
lbover, Orchard, Timothy rand ihlue Crass
D. R. Flenniken.
L) I fHlES to Inform lais numeronas friends
iad the publhijo in general, hat he has
ust returned from thae Northern Markets,
rhere heo has puirahasedl the fineat, aissort,
1enat of Blools and Shoes, ilats and Capse,
Vooaden and Willow Ware, No. 1, 2 and 8
lackerol, in barrels, half barrels quarters
ud kits, Simoked and D. , ltaeona Hides
nd Shoualders, Martin's Extra Sugar Cuared
lame, Teas, Coffees and Sugars of all
'rdes, F~resh (rackers of every variety,
aekson's Choiee Augusta F'lour, Canned
'ruits andI F'ish, of all kindu. Also, Winaea,
diquote andi Segars direct. fromn the import
rs, ad many other articles too numerous
e mention, whicha he is now receiving and
as in store, in his tiew and enlarged bnid
rag, which w:ll be sold low for caqh only.
oct 8 . R. J. McCAIL.Y
CITIZENS of FAIRFIELD I
To One and All!
CALL AT THE STORE
Where you will tin- ii im i ' vd t4) sulp.
ply nil your nIittm, hinvin;, one Pr 111o
lergest ari lef t:eleed m vc's of' f ineoelg
that the Northern Ilarkets alf'or-.. To the q
Liet~ ntit I ho neeil Dress Godi, n I e ven tihloso
who lay need nolitethin g elet it to itiitto
uIp II Ti EA , I woilhl Say flhat I
Shour ght of O'em, in SeI-oing a few lcau li
All F i, MI e mnrin le.', ti-e e, a n 1d Pop.
hiu, inl white and color.4, aed everv oither
etlicle nIvoiecesrer y fort a compleo e t''TIlT ;
ie41 listhe public in genel, I wvould sUv,
;ivc ie a vall before v in pucaeup your
fit I i .., (lo-1 1, l'.ahnI ru 11 rahe,
SluiiwN. >.e . lieole varetii .I.,l I I ncy
t.e k, li-' l bb s. n&erI'fs atol 1ie",
ii gre.t vatriiey for Laidiej and
Now i tlie time to It a ,it -f gool
OT 0=T]CITC :
Abotle it' the virv Ilres nd Finet iateriri,
at rient nielv lievries. Call n1111 be coninytae
4,t1 fluit N Iou wil 1get fuI l l tjlsfisfct iti for
111ii 0soit 8:i11:111 JIiis Opoeil]
liht, of every gre'eit-, Fti.e ii td vclor.
't' 1 '1nithW0 1r it- . weat i:-, Shirts of
be-st 'qedty. .Chalwls atal eeea
1;:kl'i, Qlhilt", Tabb' lien. Towohi
nad iloFI . Fienrnbiting Ueei1: of ill itim i
Ila'ing ici'ei engngedi inl bus iness hero
fo '1 lh l iy Ie iae, if es only ievessaitry for
III( to -.:V s ay N10 (1u 1i:1 ge o u 1 o1 n e01y's
It,-r1th by ca("lling :11 the establishm llenlt of
1ct t '7 S. WOt-:FF.
N OTICE TO DEBTORS,
. i tiii eit rti i letving sold ot I I irt'
entire interve inl Mie iher, liiiat and itesl..
Intranital n, Io 1Th11nuv V. 11i1, fidit
it tiecrnni i t cloe their lookOt. All per.
NOn; niowingf it 't mselveis: .) 1,-' inideb ed,
n-e arnesly reuistt edl 'o ioine forweardl
witll0 1 DF.LAV und o"10.. kil (11f not uith
ntmey, by trite. ) a1 '. e bu'x s inless of the
tirtet merst he clo e'l. The ho>')k. will b"
left in, tic b a ref . w. itai for a Pl rt.
junll. A . L E 1I CO.
Mid () V ElD)o
that e have.' med t h. lie Nuew Store
itoxt d'.or' o lit & ('e , ancd ace r(etiv5
inhg leo te lirige Iteitmi best seeefted
'I ks i;.e cl' 0<i1e w e haver' ha~t. ed. (Con
sening of IDry tGoodsl4 Niilttne 'lei dg,
(Croer'y, k\e. We wotibi ertll attetetocn int
palieir i toe or hi'lrge.aned VnirIe stoick ot'
BOOTS and SHOES,
whIiichsit we haeiit pelected' fe rnm 11 " ibet Iman.
uifcliei '.'s, and of thle t I t cir abe quali,
We niso leave, aced tw leep on hsand, A,
$lr'nw#nse crnlerated( N re th Caurnol inau Familty
SFlourtt, andte vartiotes0 oterni it cles' too tediousie
tO muI 'ntin
AleL.A (JO lAbN & J10IIX'TO..
\ RIE tnow. e'cicpi;d wil t itlcrge .and ge.
I ert'il I teel, toea'I w ieb tihe insn'ecittJ rio ofe
cur ft'rnds ande etnstmetra ate respcctflly
ThJe inio2 elCl)leparhnent, inchiing Mn~illi..
nery nnd rDlJressu (Goids, nteeid noet be i tiizd
as. we atie'ipatoeita it will Tdense tho
fasinalennt and fastblionsq. Noc paina hravn
beent Aparced te mrakte it teo, and it tis cheer.
fully antd cotidently r'eibmtitted to t heir de.
esionem antd instos. I f Stapil Ie Goods aind
Mein'st Wearinig Marter'i,., thero its s good
varttiety af. r'etsnctabele prines'. OJf Lndies anid
Oentlemne,ns .Shoese, the sumpply~ is full. Also
a very genecril stoc~k of Groceries, as well
as of Tliinware, Urockery, Olanvuvare ande
Wootetn waere. Thie lotet catrdogane which
is embracced in otur putrchaeses cannot, bo
itirnedsel so when y'on tire nieedirrg any
mnerchaendiize, cll anid ongnien.
cot 15 1), L ) DERDALE.
T RESPE~lCTFIULL.JY inf'orm rmy old
1.frends i and cutttomer's that. ti m ow
loonted at Reek liill, 85. (i., an-I am ro
pared to fuortnsh thsose wishuing var'ious
brands of Chewing and Smoking TIobacc'
at shtort neotice, Ordrlc sollefted.
RIAY MON OlIISON), n
oet-0-SmT ick Hill. s. r