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Now Advertisements .
Attention those indebted-Charles
Dentistry-Dr. Isaiah Simpsotn.
Mr. F. Elder advertises to-day in
threo columns. Read and seo for
yjourselvcs what I, has to say, and re
memuber to "hook for the engine when
- ou hear the whist-le blow."
13. F. Davidson & Co. advertise a
larg6 variety of new goods just open.
ed and o'diaIlly invites thobo in need
of clothing, dry goods, &o., to call
and see them.
Flint lill Chapter ieets next
Arrived and ia Storo-U. G. Des
portes & Co.
Candy ! Candy !-U. G. Desportos &
Apples, Qianges and Cocoauuts
U. i . Desportes & 00.r
Poultry-McIntyre & Co. r
Town Ordinance -D. It. Flennikee, v
L-it Thursday was very poorly ob.,
A Fatal Case of Epizooty. e
Dave Gladnoy's Jfohnnic died yes- 6
terday from Epizooty.
Thc first drove of hogs *arrivod here
y crterday ; they are held at 7 cent s
Oie diy tiis week a white handle
caso knife, the finder will confer a fa, 0
vor by leaving it at this office.
To the Public,
We desire to assure the public that, e
although the Epizooty is vety prova- U
lent, our merichants sell goods no e
cheap, and pay as iunch for cotton as n
they did before its appel rance.
A genuisic norwie.ster was blo ainlg
We lnesCday, anld it was a winter day in
every senJse of the word. ludoor amu.%e:
ilietits, and wallrm .ires were gui te m
For the p):ast week 617 laIle- u
of cotton have been ,ohl ii this nar
ket at l-iecs rangitig fiom 151 to 17
Oir County officers elect h:ive filed
the ntecrory bonda and most of th'ema
have received their com in ismioils.
By reference to our advertising P
columns it will be seen tht ti. Coan- V
cil have passed an ordinance prohibit
ing parties from selling '.e.h hient.,
between 3 P. M1. and It) A. M. 'li.
is a good law. t
Wesee frrnm th. prceedinigs of the
Legislature thet Ileniry Johnston is
cont estinig for the seat now occupied
1,y Senator Sanders Ford, of thi
Countsy. Ihenry. no doubt, will wood- d
Frect Oysters and Ifish, U
Mr. T1 J. 1I. Murphy will have fine
Norfolk Oysters and Fish at his 1-es. U
taurant to-day. lie will furnish them
to customers every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday. U
The Renters of tho Market.
Mr. Rtobert Martin has rented Stall
No. 1 of the Market, and Mr. J. W.
McCreight Stall No. 2. These gen.
tlemnen assure us that the mat-ket will
always be filled with the best meats,
vegetables, &c., tlt the country af
U. S. Court,.
Judge 13ryan, U. S. District Judge
is now holding Court in Columnbia.
Judige Ronmd has not yet arrivedl. The
Court will be engaged next week in
the trial of persons indicted for al
leged violation of the Etiforcemnent
Carolinian Attention I
In copy ing our comment upon the
irregularities of the nmails, eontaitied
in Tuesday's issuie, the Carolinian
made a grevious blunder' whleh made
our pun upon the word appear withm
out point. Its "scissors man" will
please take notico.
We wish it distinetly understood
ihnt we want the money due us for sub
scr iption to our paper by those who
promnisedl to pay w ith tha "first eotton."~
if not settled at an early (lay we will
put them to the trouble of pay ing
Richard Lewis, colored, familiarly1
known as "Col. Lewis," was found
dea'd Sunday morning. It is suppos.,
ed lie froze to death. No inquest was
held. D)ick was true to the white pee.
ple, and always voted the Democratic
ticket. ie had passed the three score
Z- An old hat came near 'eausing
difliulty between two of our citizens
The winter term of the Court con
'aoned yesterday, Judge Mackey pre
iding. On motion of Col. Rion,
econded by Jas. T3, McCants, Eq.,
he Court zndjourned for the day, out
f respcot to the lon. Hoiaco Gree
cy. A preambie and sot of resolu
ions, accompanied the motion to ad
ourni. Judge Mackey granted the
aotion, and delivered a fooling and
loquent address. In our next issue
ve shall lay the entire proceedings
efore the pubic. Judge Maclkey
rdered that the Court staud adjourn
d until the l6th inst.
We have met farmers, says the Ru
al New Yorkle, who have a local
eputatiou for producing the best
-heat, rye, oats, corn and potatoes,
1ho have gained and maintained it
y a careful selection and use of the
est Peed these respective crops pro
uced from year to year. Some of
hen have secured what are regarded
istinot Varietlesi by Watehing their
alds and selecting such ntalks of
rain as showed remarkable growth
nd perfeetness of development.
Any farmer with care, can do the
01 W e propose ascertain ing how E
ic new members of the Legislature
-om this County voted Wednesday q
n the proposition to reduce the nun
or of employees in the House and
enato. We shall note their votes
pon every important measure that I
amnes before the General Assembly.
r their course justifies praise they 1,
iall receive it. If they merit de- L
unciation it will be given with a will. s
Off .lerchants who have anything e
-0d for sale always advertise it, and z
8rsons who come to town to do their
ading need only to read the adver
sing columns of the NaEV and lir.n c
1.) tO find out where to inake the
I-t adv aritageous purchases. This
literally true, and an inestigation
Sprove It. to the most skeptical.
Mr. T. J. 11. Murphy's rcstnurant i
now in full blast. Purties w anting
L any timq a nice plate of stewed or
ed oystcer! fresh ihh, beefsteak, or
am and eggs, can be accommodated
y Ton. lie is located next door to t
Icintyre & Co., and is always at his S
ost ready to serve any who may fa
or him with a call.
The tax levy tn Anderson, for Coun
y purposes is only one mill and a
alf on the dollar. t
CotIgrass iiet in Washilngton on
londay the first instant.
Trho Annuial Conifereince of the
lethaodist Episeepnl Church, South,
i uth C.arolina, will meet at An
orson Court House, on Wednesday,
secember l1th, Ilish~op Paine will
The petty thefts and burglaribs
orpetrated in Columbia are bocom.
iig of nightly decurrence.
The Cainden Journal tella tls that fi
arty of gentleman who wtent down the
Vateree, shooting, ar'ivied at Isomo
-ithi forty-five dutcks and two wild
Some of tho thieves who robbed
hr. H~ei'a sto on Main street, Co.
iimbia, were wvounded and left traces
f blood behind thenm.
Tho Edgefield Advertiser rdeofdse
he death of Thomas l'ayne, Esq., a
representative citizen and gentleman.
Every body has a cure for this trot.
1ie, but simple remedios appear to be1
lie most ellectual. Salt and winter is
sad by many as a gargle, but honey
i.solvod in sage tea is better. Oth
rs, a few drops of camphor en loaf
ugar, which often affords iuimodiate
elief. An application of cloths
rrung out of luot wvater~ and~ applied to
ho neck, changed as often as it be
ins to cool, tins the most potency in
emov'ing the inflhmm~ation.
1873 comes in on Wednesday and
~oes out on Wednesday. February,
M1arch and November begin on Sat.
rday ; June on Sunday ; September
ud Deecmnber on Monday ; April
nd Juily on Tuesday ; Jantuary and
)etober on WVednesday; May on
Phuirsday ;and Augrust on Friday.
A correspondent of the Camden
Tournal says ."I know of severa1
natanes, where, on two-horse farms,
here hate been made this seasoin,
wenty bales of cotton to the botse,
esides pr'ovision erop. Hundreds of
uclh furnis await devop~ment right
iround this town. Shall suoh acoun
ry go to waste or sink under misrule ?
l'he responsibility of the answer is in
mer own people."
Yesterday being the first Monday,
n the tonth-, was sales dAy. That
md the Court drew a large crowd to
own, and our st'eects presehted a very
The f6llowing saros ot land took
Itabb laud and house, It. I. Ell;
on, Jr., $2,000.
V) l io laud, 1,050 acres, John Mob
Crosbj lands, 400 acres, $,100
37 acres, $1,072 ; 312 acres, $1,650,
150 acres, $325; 66 acres, $200;
50 acres, $711, U. Pricc.
4 acre, at Shelton's Ferr.y, $410
Mim. Mc. Blair.
112 acres, $350, Geo. L. D. Itines-.
2.18 acres, $660, J. B. McCants.
375 acress i$200) and 98 acres,
i500, D). It. E,"kinl.
.' acres, &105, Chesley Crosby.
250 acres, $1710, 13. F. Boulware.
The following is the dddres of a
etter that recently passed through
lie New York Postoffice :
low, Uncle Sam, if you miscarr.y
This letter to iims Addie Pelt,
ly Jupiter ! you'11 catch ':Old Har
Or something worse than "Harry"
he's gone to Stainford,Ut., where
You'll find the truant, dame :
ote say she's gone for "lthange of
Anti Rome "to ctinge her name.'"
Ihetl Uicle Sait, bid your postman
And for )our trouble, here's your
-U. S. 3 bents.]
ole ctic Magasine.
The December nuthber of the
.ctiO brings to a worthy close one tof
te most attractive voluimds of thi
terling periodical. After ntl exist
nec of twenty-eight years, a maga
ine has left but littld for the critie
) say of it, but we iay mention
m1ong the increased attractions for the
oming year that the editorial depart.
ients, including literary news, home
nd foreign, will be fuller and moie
omi-rebnisive than ever before. In
rensed attention will also be paid to
-ience, and the editor announces that
c has facilities for ecuring the bes:
apers from the ablest writers in this
tportatit field. Essays, reviews,
ketches, serial and short stories and
octry will also receive dt attentii.
leaders who seek culture as well as
musemer.t in their monthly ead ;'g
hould patronise the Eelectic, and
he preeent is a favorable timo to
l'ublished by lk. t Pelton, l08
alton Stieet, New York. Terms,
,5 a year : two copies, $9. Single
u1b: r .15 cchts.
Dy direction of the Secretary of
he Treasury, the practice of tran:,
nittinig transfer checks in the re
lemption of old, defaced and mnutila
ed curretlle, in sums~ of five dollars
ad upwards, and legal tender notes
n sutms of fifty dollars and upwards,
drwarded by eipress to the Treasury
f the United Statee, will be discon
iihued Deenber 1, l872.
''hereafter r-eturns for sich re
nittanctis will be made; ini all &-ises,
y express, at thb expense of the De.
>artnmnt, in now legal tender nows,
>r fractional curi'endy, in such denomi
initiotisg as the ow~ners uiay re lhuest..
Vhen no reqjuet is inade telturns
nIll bi matide in biurrency of the
amb kind as that recived.
A resolution has b eti introdg~eed
nt~o the North CaroliniaIlouse offRep.
esentativesj looking to thme exemption
f poor widows and old men from
atation', wherd they 6wnabn real
state and nmot over tio hundred dol.
ara worth of personal property. A
aw of this rort 'trould give universal
atisfac~tion thtroughotit the state.
'hero is no nieed of the burdens of the
overnmient being imnposed upon be
caved and impoverished womien, or~
oor and helpless old men. Mr.
yrd is the author of thme 'resolution.
Lor thus steeking to introduce and
stablish so beneficenta aw, lif f. Byrd
esorfes to have his nest well feather.
~d, and himself made comfortable for
he rest of his dayb.-- Cha rlotle Ot.
A H Alhirmnilg kuihor'.
Weo learned late last evening, that
i little girl df sik years, thbe daughter
fa gentlemnan intimately connected
*ithi our shi pping interests, bhd beeni
uttackedi by the disease now raging
imong thd hotses of the city, afhd died
gesterday. We omit names, prefer
!ing to wait until the rumor isnthor
tatively confirmed.-3acanbnah Ad.
l'hc 0wner of lBasstt Challenges the
Cot McDaniel offers to match his
itable for three races against any
horse or horses in the world, to name
it thme post, two, three anid four mile
teats, for ten or twenty thousand dot'
lars each race. The ratcen to be rftn
>ver the Saratoga Couree, New S'orky
any tre between the last of July and
the first of September, 1873.
The Religious Herald regrets to
hear of the death of Rev. 8. Rt..Free
man, D. D., late President of Howard
The llowlinig Kcpcltalts.
Such is the name given by irrever.
Wnt people to a new sect which restit.
ly startpd in London. Its nembers
are said to h-owl at all conveniient
periods during the day ind at two
periodsduring tie night." Thoir pe
culiar rituail ims aid to be based upon
pa.ssages inl the Obi4 TVestatuent.
The morniig following a frenbet,
a celebrated temperanee leeturer
halted at a spring to refresh him lt
and liose. As ho did let vish to
alight, he asked a boy to paiss him aI
dipper of watera. A ft e r h1e had l1 rak
thinking to iii.pre-s hi-; prnmiple.
upon tle boy, Ie s' aid " l , my
boy, i. natures beveragi e ; it 1e4vor
injured man (or beast." "I don't
Ihow : it ever did. inister, but it
kniocked tle bot tomiii out of our bridge
Painful interent in the story of the
ill-fated stia n ihip M1issuitri will le
revivie by the news that four sirxi
vors of the crew of tiev es'l rI. v,
bn f..umil. The story of t:, Is.
is bii 'ly ttd y one of their i.uner.
is one0 of dreadfl suiffrling. F i (:1t.
ilg wnist-deep iwaiter filr ei:hit day
In a hwamriped boat, without fool or
drink, these poor follows, the so vi
vors of a party of niine, muust hi.ve
endured teiri':le agonies.
Rev. Gilbert. H Robertson, firm
erly pastor of the Chesnut Stre-t
Pretbyter inn Chureh, Louisville, and
on trial before the Prnsbytery, in se;
sion there for several dayn past, has
been finally deposed from tle iniiis.
try for drunkeniess, lewdrnens anid
falschood. as charged il tie indiet.
ment against in.
Another Spanish inSiurrcivtioniary
demonstration suppresPed. l'r-opect
of an imniiense crop of sug'ar inl ('1ba.
S on the colast. IN i1e h. div.,
1. i rd in tli bo-ton riuins ; 19 i r
S Ia grI-o, wh, sIriv vl the
I is skull with a \L p..le h t
6 .rrm a i h ..fl te
I' k- . I'! rett ih rd th. 1:, t-l
th cir.i who gaheri) ea! l nlitAud I.
huIlm I tlo asked e .
n.r fori .1 chi, w cf tobl), . .
We Ie va I6I10m1 th - New - Yo .-% .
ing Po-t, tlb Di. .J. I I
h1:;x recenth S a ta a 1 U! (i
city, enliell lii S . Ili I
.\ oeali, wh: .- w !I . -
the iritlrertso: "I h :n -
City mer , i rn (11:1ur
have often lereIi .
n in I I cili.ly ilt (I .
their litt le 1-11, are tah :i i . .
A Westorn editor aco r . v :i
the gift of a peeck ot' eor.3, ?rom a
Subscriber, say-: it is ''Ieh 1ill
nesses as thsce that I i .g te-irs to our
M r iage-An altar in eb l.:.
man La3 his pocket,-book, aod a no
m:al her Iloe-l etter:<. -
Several hundred Cliine-,i ln I.e r.m -
meuced thrwing up dirt for i..
Scot t'r railroadl ;1Txar.
Virginia, which didn't h.v" c: -
tou factory before thie war, hia ei'e:ed
twelve of thrernr since.
@The Erie Rhaisy is 8.i.1 to an in
neatLrly live hunidredl tIo'.rirand cloLln.~
a week, gross ti'eipts.
oft ithe iiiostr exteivei~ nrinnineltlI r
Staies. As fte nli1elei ny th. ,) in ,1
mianid biy our bet' ~ Mirie..rn: wc 11 r iiimni.,l
iali who cointemphrei'li'J~' impn ~ in i mi -
or places of' bursinis-t to .mi-l for' ei <
andi rr iee likt' of 1k' h i nh tore:Li
imth the ice-s ofl 'uiile's ha '-.mr
ble mantriilimpie'es. F'renchI'o and Am'eri
wvinrdow ghn'is. &c.. Io l'.P l' le ..:
inyneSt., ieno,i !.C
f j ill~ indebricil to rme for eptair'or.
W Vatchecs, &c., are earnestnly 1'rei'etedq
to comeC forwardii'i .A l set'tlle. iai I ee'.' rior
ey. C II A It Li.:s .zi elty
. Next dour io C'ol. ttion'i' silice.
5 bbh!s. Northrlrn Ahples'.,
8u " Orainges',
1 it c. F r snie iii.
now 30 MU NT~'lIE & C'O.
Gai'loiircs andi' Clot hrs S I to S'u por yaird.
1* ijO's Iitl Noie.
,LL persons hiivitig deranrds againist t he
11.Esirite of' .atnies Johnirston, diecased,
nrt, hereby nroifiedl io present~ them1i t me
properly cht iblishred and all ithoIsCe iilmehe.
t o hiid c'Rfnt o nre rnot iflied t r coirne for ward
WOtOlDWi'.nly& tm,..i' ne.5-r tni1 omil
rurry' lady ini shoies, bot hi in i ui i :~
A S Ixeint or of t he last W ill an nlTe,t
I wvill sell nit the late rsii -nee' o Ii'.
persxonral L-irate, to it:
2 M UI,1x
Some CA T TrLP,
KI IlI IN F'lihNIii . .1i
COTTlO N S 11-:*
andi otheri articles.
'Terms of sale, ClA.s1' r6ona,; ilcy..
SA .i1UEJ LiR. JO;lN.STroxN
nov 27-24x ...'..f ..
Dr. ISAIAH SIMPSON
Charlotte, N. U.
e1pecfully informs the citizens and
public gencrtlly that he will visit Wlnns
horo, 8. C., 'roressionally the 27t1 of Nov.
I62, and remain 8 or 10 days. Call and
Ileceived first premiii at FMr bf the
Carolinns. 1871 and 1872.
nuv 28- 311
If you want a gnod Hat., o me with the
c'ash o V001WALUI & hAW.
WOODWARD & LAW,
C".'. ( ?r. !vnu owld li1.01blglon Ists.
a gl so .-tdall re'eis n a ditions to
111h it Ilrge a vnhek- --, of' lv rv 0, o d s.
:WL'OT" I I Je1N.31CI.C'C.
r r-h i re Iode vwarie I :nd U roceris.
i':- i% 0 . 1)W A It I) & L. 1W S
:1 ~ ~ No (.. i. wtI
'0' alpartiies *hI lave kVatches at Iny
1. ~or ovrt year for. repakir. It' not
I. "ven ( 1 heltte the '.th of Decenmber,
u i! 1w -(,Iir ld aii te ioll to i y e iensmes.
'11)% i JAMES M. DALY.
G :%, n ort I'nt of Ladies )ress Uood4
ver;- ow. WO t m) & LA W.
A-r"i "ng DaRUy
ri?!~r; R S CS
.iern, .x S. C. TIams, Blo and
es Fu~gir, (all griades,) Flour,
) \!eal, I'earl Gri!t, Fish, ('ill
S I-ips, Ex. Table, Ex. Family,
G ., of eVer v Fari, sui
- is. . , 1o.iherx, 'oumatocs, Corn
Peaches.:, Pln A pple and Strawberrie.
I Car I -l I dt, ~,'Ph) pot'ih %Weni Bran.
'igghw at a1 b 11i .
C!I!:v.. aint. 'rackers., Ponw .Apple Chevese,
PicI., Stiedinot. Svilari 5hI ooa, np fnu
ex libn r M ien i, liaisin,
'ret.Ten, Finle Clhwing and Sino0king"
' -.-|. -(I --h!I ON
m are now preparedl 1o fuirish planteors
pilies oiI11reiIl n 4 ih naikot this aertson wvill
be pirep-ired innier I he inediate sup1etvis
ion of lie Cotonpanmy 's Chemist, Dr. St. Ju.
'1inn1 linvirci , Aind I le staindaril will he
priisel~y the smamie asu heretoforo.
IP lainer can Ciiorder noW and wo wvill jfive
lhem untIIi ho let of A pri1 Ifo pay t he cashi
or give ihoir' iolesu for die credlit. j rice:
TIf:nst cS1 las or $53 on a credit to
NeatiI the RQcomm1e1(llibU~ts of
some1 of our Planmters.
I 'l' theC Sbono 8ulnable on the saime
him is w'hif- the Slothl l'neiec and the
I'aiolinn lortilizer, muid fIcouthleinit equnal
ly as giod as eitherci of thle abovoi naimed,
aundl I u inl nd ia'ue a coinsideirable a mount
Iof in on my contori crop the' next year.'
hngnied) It. I. lL1.[:ON, Jr.
'>.\ltcsrs ilacol K ('I., Agetfis 8tono
I h ivo usedi ten, (10) tons of the '!ftano
M'haube oir roy Coti tonl crop the pait season
n'i~i am: Ialai friom close observat ion
that1 i ha it. leas dloibledl Ihe yield,.
hav eien uin~i thei Wando for several
yens but i prcr thle Si one, anld I shall
uealar~ge anloutnt on iny cr'op ihe co'mimg
(Signe'ol.) WV. N. MASON.
To Mesosrs. licot, & Co., Agenis 89tono
l'hoisphate Co. nov 26
Ladiesik Scasnne Shawl Tie, ,at
Idl(rmwann li . r LAm
The State of Soutlh Cai'olina.
To John t. r llroom, William Al. 11room,
Alary It: Boyd, Tnbithvi lrootn, ll.:1.
len B. IRtins, busan B. Tlhomps>n, )ar.
gnat S. Broom, Leonora A. Broom, f)ur.
lani A. 'Iroom, 1. Cook Bsroom. Ainry
Broom, J. Wiley Itroom. larltha Broom,
Ilarrison lroon, Rufus Broom, N. Ita.
gan, and Susan itiag-in. his wife, IW.
Richardson and Naney Iiclardison his
wifo, William 1). fliny, Mary L. May.
Nartha It. Hlay, M. Ilodlin, Lahycite
Modlin, and ,John Fenliy, leg-It l-irs
and ropresitatinflvets of WilliAn Ilroon,
who died intetIate-Ureeting :
You are hereby roqusired t%% nppear nt
the Court or Probate, to he holden nit Fair.
field Court Ilouse f'or Fairfield Cotitov, on
the 6t1 'ay of Jaanry, A. 1). 187'. to
show cause. if nlny you Cal, why fll) real
estatu of William M-0on1, de'cenlslel, de.
scribed in the Petition or Elizill ih lireo,.,
Illeil in my elliec, slould not he diVide'\l w
sold, allot ting to tho above nained p_.ies
1their respiective inere-ts the rein.
.Givenl urder mlly lianid 11n1d seal, his thw
vt hN veber, IS72.
IV. M. NVElSON,
nIov 20-0lw)%Pvp e
I' %, E 14' 1-:CT F U'1,1,Y illt'o m mrI it o',)
frieel, 1111 customaen q I lit. I r,11 nOW
loiled at Ilock lii1. S. C., anl 11i u 1. Pr
iare'd to furii!ti ha hso wishing various
hni';a als( of I'h'llewing an2(d 8m14o1ring Tobaceco
tt hort nt ice. Ord aIs volici ed.
ot.1 'ON (sIl$O,
Oct ) 3m1os lHock 11111, 8. C.
Notice of Sale;
\ 1'. le une'lersigne-1, will offer for sale
I to tle highest bidder for cash, i
-Monticello on Monday, Ise 9th It dlay of
l)oe.her instait. filh) olowing pet'sonal
property, vi. . Three Altles, one Car
ei:ge' Iae,. l iatrness, 0tne Wa on, one lot
Wa Ngon Irons, Household awd hKitcheln Fuir
niture n-.A varioits otier artiele-o, 1 Hose
Wood Pinuo. Also oh* ane day will be
ntoataed to lite higlest bidder tile pltntation
tortimerly known a s ' ltale of 1. F. Lyles,
.i t racts to suit partieV
A%. c. LYLIES,
nov 211-xa W. J. MAR1TiN, AgentL.
1 personls indelIied to file 'state of
.i Wn. Il:wkins4, deaonsael, aterequested
to mtake immatintite pnymtient ; Iahse having
tims Kaitntt the same, will 1 rescnt them
S. M. UiAWINSl
nov 19-f1x2 Excentor.
Pacific Guano Company.
(CA ll 'A 1, S I,000, 000)
SOLUBLE PACI1C GUANO.
This GU.\NO is tow so well knowin inl all
Ih1 Soulthern States for its remtiarktablo e
tcts its an agenacy for inerensing the pro
ilcs of habor, as not to reiuire special
recommndt tation fromll lp. It ts se for sev
ena yer rpast hias 1 esablislt'1 its chatrneter
tor relable Ceellence. The l9arge'sl ixA
'elnpitll invested by th o 'oipnn2tV ill 1t is
2 radlle nll'orls ile 'Irest, gitlrait ee of (the
contiianed excellence of this ('1ua no.
The siplle put, into arket this season
-tre. is lterlofore, IIepaited uider the per
s142- auperint n1den1ce of I Iar. St. Jutlilaa
llavnIel, ( 'hemist'of tho 'ompany at
oharlesttn, S. C., lence plaite's Ihay rest
As-SedVl that its 1 '1alaity and copl j1opition is
prCLiAIV the I:tnie as tIhat. here tof'org sold.
.1. N. 111 xON,.
Fe'ing Ageni, ChI 'eston, S. C.
INO. S. :l-;S1: & CO.,
Gen11 ernAl.Agents, ialtnitimore.
T'i:r xs--- . cash! $C.3 time4, wit hout inl.
To'ia naeommodctitt 14 plante'S t Chey ('nni order
nlow nol have ui12il 1Le 1st of Apr1 to de
cide as to whether the liy will take at time2 or
enlsh prlice. When.d.llvered frot the.Fac
ory by the cai-load 2no.) dray e w!ll be
McMASTER & ERIdE
1s fulil almto't to overfloin ag of l'ttionb
able and Sensonnbaale
F"or .dies, Gentlemeni and 'Failiea2 nt low
Call and txamine
Tlis stock, ns also tlao stock of Shoues,
lHats, lloys tnad MensB Clothting, JHnt-dware,
dedlicines, P'erfnmecry, Blooks, i'aper.
McMVASTfSR & BRICE,
hO T EL hI (1.6E.
The .Patent Combmiedl Flatting and
Sntaoothaing Iron, for sale by
oct 10 McMAS'l'KR & IntR CV.
You) w i I n Iway find a full lintor of Flan
nacs or every de.'ritiona it. WOODIW AlID
& I,A W
Alptnaccns 40c, to 61.26 at WOODWVA~tt)
A thte uandersigned has large patyments
LIto moake for Cotton Gin Material, pet'.
sons indebted f'or New Gins or Repairs on
Q14 Gins, nre roquested to make PitOMPT
Pay men t, as it is out of it'h qenstion to
carry on business on an indefinite credit.
nov 14-Im J. M. ELLIOTT.
WOODWVA Ill) & LA W b-ivo an tmusually
large stock of Doulevard and Ba.-oral
We are now receiving dei
thiid supply of General Mcr.
ehandi e --atie largdst ever of
W iN NSBO RO'.
60 pieces Jeans; Satinets
.2 manfy b)ought at the
North Carolina FactoIry.
100 pieces Ameridan PrintM.
Another assortmuCt of those
A. hir stk of f M'sh Dres4
Ch(uxs; ,such as . AIllpacas, Dv:
baiides;, Reps;. Poplinis; Chinese
1000 ink- neiN Shoes and
Boots.. Recolleet ive WAR
RANT our thoes 1Wc fi-oi
wOO) and PAP.Et.
A fall sto1k Of Crockery re
12eived fiolnt Trenton Fantory-.
.-heaper thanu ev"eri.
We partieularly invite the
ittention of the( ldieis to our
LADD BROS & CO.
' 'htly 01114ly.
600 lb.1 A merican eInndy
1011 lbs. French Canly assorted.
20 lbm. Cocoanut Stripa,.
Dessient.ed ne'nonnt. nd, a large nusort.
1(1t o' aied Fruitt nnd Polted Meals.
noV 00 U. 0. DIlSPOIHTE;S & Co.
BEATY & BRO.
270 Sacksa fresti erourd Augduta F louir,
10 Blushels lonminy.
$25I~akagsKits, ) blId., j lbb!. and
bbis. Nos. I, d aivl dI Shore and k I ra M ess
I Car load Satli;
A fu assortment of Gi-oceri':, and Pro.
i-ott ond9, all of MIichz will be soki
T H E Ilntendaint andu Wvardr'nitol' the Town
L of 1Winnsboro, in Conel met, dlo or.
daiin,' T~hat the fen'tergt of the market shall
have the dxcluiive. right to the snln of all
Frauh Merits, as Beef, Mutton, IKhl and
Pork, fromn 8 o'cldek P. NI. Io 10' o'clobk
A. M. .\ny other parfies who shiall deliver
fresh 2ueats within'the corpoire limbsa of
t-he I1I tihtring the hours nho've specifloed
shall be liable to ii fine of $5 for each and
e~ery offence.. Dono in Copell, this 28th
ddl of November, in the Tonn of Winns
now 81f.-f3zS Clerk.
Consisting of Walnut, Imnital ion WaT
nut, and Rosewood, of the very best quality.
For design andi workmavnship t'neegnalled,
andI oheap as can be bo'ught an'y#h'er4 thin
stie 6of the city of New York o'r I'rk'i'more,
of the sftme quality. Everyl~hfIg w6trant
edl a., represenltd Mahieds' dnd Lumbar
for s . Catll and she for f'onraolle, u's
seo'ng Is believing.
Fiirnltinie 'teatly t'epaired at tmoderate
nov 22 11. W. PIL!Tps;
A $ we gave credit on the faith of tbe'
''First Cotton," and vow need woney'
badly, all parules mndeitedi ea urged to'
pay L'S their acceun's. si, once.
ne v 19 MbfuTI &re I- rt~a