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Ei Extra copies of the Nmva can
bo obtained 0+, this office on dpica.
tion. Price fIve cents per copy.
O0 Gontractors wilb'not be allowed
utnide?r their onrtracts, to advertise any
oibhr th in their legitimato bu.-ia.e's,
unloss paying spceially for siueh ad
A lot of vld newspapers for salp at
the News and Herald oliod, at 'ifty
cents a hundred.
iew Advortisin nts.
Sherifi S'sA'-. W. Duvall, S. F.
an' - l:ity & 1ro.
I'.t-- t-W1t-111h Walties & Co.
:m -\Y. \!. Nblon.
Merhats ad othners waniting
blaidk li is for ugritiltural ,upplies
fufrnisic under'the A et of 14'3, can
be I; plied by callin ag at the News
and Hlerald iflice.
.-\t the races last Saturday eveniWg
between Winnsboro and l1idg.way,
.'hte Ihro boys came out victorious.
'hree races were run, Wii.nsboro won
two, the other being a drawn race.
It will ho run over shortly.
Radroad suiash Up.
We understand that there has bcen
'iS si' biii ' o tI U. C. & A. R.
;., n'ear iatervitle. ihe Fouthtern,
11mail failed to reach us 'on Tucday.
We r'.micnser', not very long Ug.
either; wten these stmasih-ilIps did rot,
occur quite io often as th'y U o of lat
It would seet, too, that the chtan~ge
of admisiitration has not be:.eftte d
the road mul in this re-pect.
Another Railroad Accident.
The uth( r11 toid freighlit I ralu
on (le t. C. & A. I. It . had aln axIe
of one of' tile cars broken near Rute~.
ville on Saturday eveninig L.st. S!V.
cral ft ight en:s were umashed to
picce!e, an the tiack tornI up fo r u
distaneo, f rtutinately no one was hurt.
'r.e night el rezs due here at .2:25
Sun.ay worniing did niot arrive until
1.30 1). M.
F-riday was the anniversary of
St. Vali ite, al the time honored
isage of the day was duly observed
By the I , we received a valentine,
vit ti t.' Iine of MleLaughl in Bros.
it the bottomn. We woce nit aware
that our friend "Me" hant eanged
the style I f his house. We t.eider
him 6b11r ratxnowledgo tuennts of the re
Large Cotton Sats at Ridzcwa..
We leani fromt a friend tihat last
Saturday was a blusy day for the
growing town of R idgeway.
oIf (C.iter S. C., whoi plail ontheti
)iateree--sold their crop (of Otne
lhe~drted hale C,,aind paid to t heir lat
borers one third of thge riot proceeds.
ui r. R. 8. Desportcs, was te pur
c'mser, wiho paid out over Seven
Good for Rid1geway!
TIhe llev. C. E. Ch'Niester pronuh
*"I t : 7 (r'(conreg:.t ion in tthe l'ies
... o. i:r1b Stiunday nigtht.
Our Br a.E Bui will give a ooncert.
r'ext week. IS aidl.
'1The railroad is imipassaible for Gag
6ont~(lt i Mrlet Street;
The bridige in frontt of Ehtiott & Co.'s
neced repairs badly.
rho pavemencit between Main St.
and tihe .Bapti~st Cha~roht wants work
Yesterday rtinde11d iu of "When
the Spring Time comnes Gentle An
G ardens are being prepared and
seod sown by thiose wvho is iat early
''Tere are SIX prisoners ini the
Couty jail. Onto white an~i five col.
'rThe races Saturday hia rbad of-'
feet that night.
The P'anorama of Paradi,.o L'.ost
vias exhiibited agin t on Tihursday
nuight. Better order prevailed thanr
o'n t he ntight prev'iouis.
'The~ infix of pedulers front "re
Eriti" still contintues.
Cotton still continties to conme ini in
goodlhy gnantities. The staple i.
britnging a fair price yet.
:Plptheria and Meningitis.
We are informed that thecso ten i
le ditonses are raging to a feanrinh
extent in and around alonticello. It
seemtis that, the two diseases mostdly af
feet chtiidren. Thme family of our
friend Mr. Rtoht. T1. Yarborough htas
been sorely aillieted, thtroe of Mr.
Yarborough's chtild ron and htis sister
hmava died within thte past few dlays.
lHe and his estimtable lady htave our
There will bo'four eclipses during
the present year. 'A total eclipso.of
the Moon, May 12,h, a partial celipce
of the Sun, Muarch 26th, "a partal
eclipse of the Moon, Nove'mber 'ith,
aid a total eclipse of .a1 that is ore
ditublo to a State, honorable to a pco.
ple or. iglit in a Republican Govern
ment, in the election of that monu
merit of inf'amy7-5ohn 3. 'Patterson
-to the United States Senate.
The following remedy for toothache
is considered infallible
Pulverize alitn and coinmo init
in equal luantities, then wet a small
piece of cotton, causing the powdo,r to
adhero, and place in the hollow of "ho
tooth affected, and it will certainly
cure the most obstinate toothache.
The attention of the public is in.
vited to the advertisement of Messrs.
Wit'hers & Dwight, and also that of
Mr. T. R. Robertson. The latter, in
additinn to goods advertised, has some
Pieklt d Pigs Poet, which are said by
annot ~"is.cur to be very fine. We
idvi::o A trial at nny rate.
Mr. 'I. J. M cCarley has just receiv
id a lut of Lie Flour and Irish Po.
How to Tell a Horse's Age.
The following is said to ))e a sure
test of a horse's age
"After a horse is njine years old a
wrinkle comes over the eyelId', at thy
L'pper corner of the lower lid, and
'very year thereafter he hrs one well.
d 'fned wrinkle for each yoar over
nine. If, for instance, a ior.-e has
thiree wrink le, lie is twelve. Add
h it! honber of wrinkles to nine and
-.) 11 always get his age.''
'l Hrns:ill ilerald reports
nm u.'il inort hi.ty ,anlong the ne
n1oC. in that vicinity, from Mcninge.
Dr. J.Ih J. Ellis died at his resi
lenen in Florence las TuLcsday', aftr
. long and pI' in ful illness.
The Columbia Union says. Gen.
Stolbrand will discharge all the em
iloyces at 'the Penituntiary on the
The Augusta Constitutionalist says
I. t the races over the track at the
Pair Grounds will not take place un
.il the (inst wreek in March.
The Stockholders of the South
,iarolina Railroad will hold their an.
nal mumeting in Charleston on the8th
The Governor has appointed Nel
uon Joyner and William B. Seignious,
f Charleston ; J:1ncs Sealborn, of
DConee, and T. L. We'ton, of Ches
~erlieldl, N'otaries Pulici.
ElIward '.Mrswell, .leg a celebrat
d tempecrance lect urer, from Canada,
ia xpected to make a lectuming tour
>f this State shor,tl~y. fIQ. will be in
Columzbi on the likt of M~arch.
Tfhe Carolinian says it is rumored
that ai botNict now in the Penitentiary
has signified his desiro to ihae a coni
fei'ion of the commission of a murder
for which another was executed in the
Robert flamilton, Representative
from 13eaufort, was expelled on T1ues
day, from the Iloise, for this session.
The New Tork TIelegram of the (6th
instant, says rumor bas it that ther e
is some probability thiat Senator Saw
yer, of South Carolina, will be called
into President Grant's Cabinet.
The news from Madrid indicates
the abdication of King Anmedeus aind
the 1,robable formation of a. regenvy
to govern under present Constitution.
An effort will be made to dissuado the
Kinig from abdicating.
D)ist ingvuishmed. funeral honors to
Vicar General Starrs yesterday.
Eight persons lost by a tow boat ac
sident on t'he Ohio..
O'eorgia Legislature busy with the
Senator Machen, of Kentucky, seated
Bill increasing President's salary
failed in the llouse.
A Chicago banker suicides.
Tfhe Comnmituce on Privileges anid
Eletjins has reported on Louisiana
Ger man jourpeymen of New York
areC to strike.
Mcxican war survivors appeal to
h in thought the most of the Ku
Klui prison'ers will be pardoned.
J. Sella 'If artinj, of Louisiaiia, has
hecame assistarnt editor of' IFred.
Douglasa's papizr in floston.
Livingston D). Showell, of I'luhla.
delph ia, dlied recently on the, Adri
zatic, while on his rixtieth trijf across
Seventy six American theatres have
been burned since 1798, including six
in Now Orleans.
Oswego housekeepers won't Bake
servant girls unless they get some one
to sign n. bond in the sim'n of 200
The new Texas Legislature, the
first really.representativo body that
as mot in the State for six years, as
scmbled on the. l-Ith utimo, and or
ganized c xmily by electing. M. D. C.
Taylor rpeaker of the [louse. There
is a . Domoeratio majority in both
lioues, and the Radieals iio longer
have their oiwi way. Tho meeting of
a Logiplaturo of' their own choice h:14
haild a lappy ,effect o1 the people ;
universal gool -feeli!1 prevaii
throughout the Stat, and the luidi.
cal Overnor, l.tvis, is learning the
habit of coi.fiuing hiiself to the
A citizen of Edgefiold wsho arrive.1
in town to-dily, st atra tat R1 'S . C.
Cleary, a white citizy.1n, living at
Colennn's Cross Ibads in 1l igelield
Count..) vi:itcd ..the County .eat to
pay his taxes. . .V hile ther e, he be
cm11110 iitoxicated and 0iited Clisby's
drug st.yre. It is ,uo -tated that a
dlillielify ari::Inb; hetw lYCkliby adt
him,elf*, the f'ormr Pked up la
weigit and throw it Cleary, who wentf.
for h iml with a knie, wlhey Cli(by
picked up1) a two-pttt.n1d weight and
broke in his skull.' t. iry . not ex
peeted to recover.-Ecen ivy I//ra /d.
Senator Shermani's N.adional Ns!ill C'oni
Mr. Sherman to day i itroidied a
hill anthoi izig the coi.nolidation of
iiationil banks. The bill providea
that it shall he Lawful for two or mtorie
national banking aS.sociations organiz
ed undur the National Currency act to
merge their assets and liabilit.ics into
one association, so that by virtue of
this act such associations hhall be cov
solilated, and so that all property,
rights, fri nichti-es antd privileges by
law vested in suih as-oeiation3 maVy
be transferred to and vestted in the
as~spcination into which such merger
Shall be mado.
Official Statistics of lIhe Boston Fire.
Mayor Pieree, of Boston, ill his
message says the vwhole number of
buildings destroyed by the gr-at fire,
exelnuzwivo of those slightly damaged,
was ,776, of which '709 were 6f brick
and ;tone, and 67 of wood. Thei as
ses:or's valuation of the buildings
anoilts to $13,591,000, and
it is estimated that to replace theni
it will cO.St at. least $18,000,000. The
idjujler of estates within the district
covered by fire was about 550. Only
fourteen persons are known to have
jeit their lives, an-d of this number
seven were firemten.
A linilroatd Iiutest.
A. convention of rail road officials
was held in Augu-ta oni Saturday.
The Ch ronicle .ayp that the object of
the meceting wi.S to cottsi.ler some
plan for the relief of the finalicial oie
harrasstnent of the Alabani Westeri
Railroad, in which corpoatiun tihe
Southern Secnrity Cuomny, or, per
ha1p-, mol e properly tle liCh,11ond1
aN A t anta Air Line itailroad, with
the Central and the Georgia Rail
roads, are largely concerned-being
tie phicipal ,tockholdvr.;. 'roposi
Itions we ie dis.?us ed, but no deli.
nlice actioni takein.
"Chester hais ai new poli1ce force,
w li uite. and L fuill ly erinipped , 'ivery
ennfu! ig.fet .gh ,stu adl able
bodied y'oung mteei. Thtis is raither
more city like.
"Sev~eral no0w b~ ickrtores are going
up oni the d1istrict bur'nt b.y lhp d isas
trouis firIe oft D~ecemb er .1 ai. . 'IThe
business men(1 of Cihester are she wing
fcillouill of Ohs~rtionlS 11 Cllitril F lf.
The Beaufort Republican says Genl
G3il1more has remnioved thle obstruct i ons
at Q1'treb Flat s. which .lhave. beret)
fotec imil-ededi the na vit ion of thle
intside rout/a fromh Charleston t' St.
Iieena lie took .mit 500 tons of liv~e
oak kigs antd miany piles. Any vessel
whieb enni get ithrouglh WVapoo cani
nlOw comeI over Citure Fiats.
Ciel blue is the fav'orite color
for evening dresses and gros grain the
D~eparitedl this Ilife on1 Siunda~y 2i!,th in
stani, LUEI ll Pl!HtY , daughiter of Rt. TI. and
Anita lE. Yarboroutgh, aged 5 years.
Depar'ted this9 life ol,~n Sturda~y .evenlin g,
8thi intaant, iAIra. M. . ISttIEt, zi th
87ilh year of her n'ge,
The Stpte of Solih Cfirolnl
\TilERF1AS, Caitherinte Patlimer hiatht
~Y rnaide suitL to mel~, to gran t her Leth
ter's of Adintrtoation with will anntexe'd
of the Estazla atnd (e'eets of Car'olinec D.
. Tihese ator lherefor.e to oite and . anish-ij~i
amll andi siniguluar 1te kindrei'd and creiit ersi e f
(lie sa id Caroline I). Pashnerr, deceased., ihat
ti hey be nnd apjpeart, beifore met, ini I. heoi
of P'robate, to be heldi at Fairfielid Coinrr
ioniso ont the 28thI of F'ebruiary net"i , at
fer publicat ion teeof, at I o'clock in the
forentoon, to shiew conttne if aniy t bey have,
why lhe sidc A .imittistrat ion shiouild not be
Gliven utnder moy handu, this 121 h day of
February, A. D). I873i.
W Ml NE[LSON,
j'OUR It!UNDRED CORDT). of Biaok Oatk
'aktlb eliveed at Coln itin, or'
at anty wa~y-stat.ion Utn the C. .C. .& A. Rt.
R. We will contract for the whole or any
less gntanlliy ;or, we will cont ract, to buy
the t rees st andling andi strip t hem ouir
selves. P'ariies idesirouts of cembraeintg
either' offer will please address u1s ait Co
feb 15-t3 .JOhN WA'rIE & COr.r
For over FORTY YE ARS this
Liver Medit ine hns provi' to b.! t ho
. rtant Unfiailing Specifle
for Liver complaint dill its pitnfutl o
,spl iny, Dyspepie, Co ipation,.. ll ice,
Bilious tit tuck. Eik Ield-Oclhe', Cii.. Lie.
pres-ion i f o i h,, So r St onaclh, litni I.
burn, Chills ai.d F ver,- Ki , & .
A'.ter years '..A i- OIela : :ients, to
Mtuc' at eat an1d uIIrefit de, , well now110
1-1o luce fioit ttir or ii j' n:. ne l'. t:-.
THE PREPAR ED.
.Liquid foi i of Simmotns' Liver legila
tot, cotalining all 11t wonlerfu l id valu
ttb'e pru; erties, an.i I ffee it in
ONE DOILAR BOTTLES,
The I'owders, kprice ts I ct're) .0U I.er
Sk nit by mall, $1.011.
-y- CAUION .' '\-: -
liuy no Powders or Prepared Silt in ii
.iver R1c..t1uator uitnless itn Our engrave l
wra Jpperi, with Tiade it.u-k, St ilip nI I 1g
tai ce uiiroktlicii. .Nutie oher is get ntue.
- J. II. ZEIL.IN & V0..
- lacon, Gla., and Illiladl phi i.t.
. SOLD B]Y AlLL DRUGGISTS.
100) 1iI antid Eirly Rows Potatocs,
feb I l.I NTV It & cO.
Sl EIIRIFFS SALE
1) virlii 41n f4uiIry...ex Pciil ions to me
) d ir tr d . I w i l l o ff r o r e n e t o t hl
highelict hi-der before ihe Couirt liti door
iln Winnbord.' on the first Ihi-day in
w lhin t l - hours'fH:ale. (ite 1iltowtinug
Real Tro.elive. to w uit :
All thu Pi-e pir I ort r i% 1 lh.n.
lying b-in - - - ii-- . in :h t, '- f
Fairlieil amrid i e o S. -I -
kno.n a) .- t h.
iess big i .e i - - 5t ' -
whIfi..h the b.- -
honded bity hi i f
tU. ( reigi, aSt ' l ti
r.0ad lemntilg frotn11 \\ hi-l..
ii ti'i.Ievied so a i I"'s the p io e r. at 1
Catlart at M i e suit e0 b1 nisi A.
\am lJ. 1vn e:4, J-3xccutoragll l-e
a1r ct C uahcar tl nl others, aigain Iite i:t.
deeli laill, and reioldl it tie risk of the fur
it er purchm..:r.
All r lot inece, parcel oir tract of land,
lying, becing andil !ituate in Iihn -Vounty of
Falirliel and State of Smith c-iroiniia. eoin,
taining Forty-eigh Acres, imore o leis,
and bouided by d. l of Dr. . ii. I-.
n11111unds, Ja. Stewarand HomII Ci Oented fill Mrs.
iarite..levied upIo (s nt l-ri yu o
i-i l -rsl on t. I iett I f!g (of. W Ht1 U' h ri
lOn, EYit IninSt Eli larrison ad others
A tr aii Cf lnitl lying, and being1 i. uato. inl
tie 'utant.y of .Fairfi te oh' Socif Souhll
Carolitia. condlaiittg Thiee liunrk I lads
Thirty acresl, tuore or less, nidjoining land1-s
of WV-y:l olk.ohIunan. Joseph1 Al C.\eek in. \Mrs.
1). M.. Mohley, lavn , ilewetu' Williim
Smit h, and by wat ers of' .\MCiure's Creek.
Another tract i o (he couny attil, Sta'e
afa resair coJMtiig One Iotired and
Fixty-nine and thrce-fourt res. more or
Allek. :lin ieng landsc or .I in. o. L.-gg,
deceasd. andtu iilandtbelonit to thet Eo
le fli irdi Chapmanoti I dcased. levied cop.
toni ns the5 prpti y ofttthi Unph haill, ofat t
S.uii Miiry . IL.\ey ExectI', against
l i at piece1. .parceldort t of landu
I'y ollbeing1 adi sioual ig t e ountyi of
atheh andit Sita i ted fouthe Car>ina, cn-'
la:ining~u't onie hundre awl stnty acres
mor orles :aintiilt bonndedai'. by lnds of' .h
('.itCat hear1 ir., E. lli.on .iri, a~ind by
IandsaofiDr. T. '. M ~a-klen, and therC.
T~u'heloloig ,, eodn h lno
nutbrisvent litveiai (i-) boutde by lo~.ts
numbttetrs 11 (eve ital0li-. (".iiisif ii se iniyi'i
lotte).A4' iter lime i byi loirilts of \
s iilr n Io hn~ s iMcit w, l evied u ps one
suti'Jame1. Robk a nig 13n Igant James1
lottear aw tesn i Che ine de
innsbor1, t. i., Feo 7, 187a(Alt11( , e
fi W...Cil WKf .mel -I. CheIISteOli.
T.N tri I-nt i more- i recnt lay euf Ath'rr ,
l let g i , I , ha e abise himself 'i ar
lo-iti. N.'i~ C l ., wler he i ivio p r ua at
F'ention ' t b in a waol lling of Flour
Plots n Clu ttr ad of's 'luch adca ild
wll to itnfer withi'A him bforel makingf I hei
purchi ayses( eoeher'e. 1lie Corne
Wisnsan hc' Dru [)Ore hr
lOe Nil O.:I jae.I~lrtc n 20--xihi
If At lur i' re it o f'uiri sht i Ceo: rnon letd
da o atl ', paliesi acltasma ommveIais iond
Fitnedy it sed mlae ofek ai fund.s And.
feb -41W. II. ROE lSON.
SA LE OFM RTAE ED. LN.
fo 6e'E 12i.\C 19 n2 hr8ycnfre
New York Advertiseients.
$5 to $20
Per dlay Agents wanted
of working people, of either *ex, young or
old, make more money at work for un ii
Itheir spare uoments, or all the itne, than
anythinie-else'. -Partieninrs froo. Addreus
U. STMNFON & CO. Portland, Maine.
r01 any case Do
?1A 0 i E 41 11.
lifndt - lveding,~
liching or Ulcerat
u ed P'iles thal DR
1Im'No's P1, thit
'il0 to eilre. pre'pared expressly
1 eire i he Piles, I ito ing else. &old
byi all Drny~"i.<. P1rice, $1 .00.
uEO P. IOWELL'8A CO8
AZETTE E R
A book for Ulvertiaers, containiing hile
ManlocaliOn. po-pulation, branch of in,.
-umy, athr intormtiion of ill portiance
cn!icerning every lown. in which a news
pal'.er is p in Unijed States und
Pricn. TItreo Dollars,
by 4inil. Aldreis Publishrs, No. d41 Park I
i ov.'. N. Ii.
GCo. P. Iiinell & Cols Amer'i e1Lu
A ocok .f G00 pages. wit h itors' and pub
li-hers' natnes, date of es ti ent, sio,
"iile:i, iub-rilitioni prien and ciretilation
of all Nawslpers i, the Uuited Staltes and
liominion of..Canada ..
Price, Fire Dollars,
by ni'l. I Address Publislhers, No 41 Park
iow, N. Y.
Seld 125 Cents 'or tho
A book of 128 , ahoirg how, when
and where to aivertize, :and containing a
list of ticarly i3,000 newspapers, with much
other ifirmat ion of interest to advertisers.
Address 0(1-.0 P. ROW ELL. & CO., Pub
lishits -Il ' ark Row, New York.
I V rII) r(espectfully inform the piblic
rtn I h- y ii I will continue tie bitlsiitess
.n t c l;win as MiCreight'A 8imp,
- ie prepared lo inake and re
-- - d todo Job) work.
. tnt iy on haud a full sIlp.
- t I ialniut. and 'inie
:1lt tlups. A share of pa
-- i rhed.
j. w. MccuulirEGr.
. Stte of' Solth Carolina. I
Janes It. lioni, its Ex'or, aginsit, Ilnylia E.
Elkin oad Others.
In iurnltance of ain order of tih Court of
Coimmoi l'iu-in for I airi-Id Coin y made in
itie above suit el can . I will offelr for satle
at publie nuotionl to Ibe highest. bidder,
i e.,re i lie Cn--L lio-j.e d-mor in Winnistoro,
withiii.the l 'ni hoiti-i of sale, oni the first
4l itliyv ini Ml11rch l xtit, the following Io
-:hei tracts of .innid, belingiig to t-he vs
taie of I . s. I.'ro, deeaedi wi: ,
I. A tr:il of hu l aying beiing ini it.
ile in Ile Countiy oii 11 F ilieil 1aid SLtaIe of
Souith Carolinaui. imwn (lit hlit, grieeral plat
of I ho an -1.4 ofli C. DII-maa poid, do
ecr entl. :,! lu by Wn. 11. U;!(in, 1). ., of
the i'tli iay of .inte, A. )). 872. as tract
'-11.-' cont-Uniing Eighty-lwo Acets, nore
or l o, a i lotil ed I-y Itlaidi of Hlenry F.
Gibsoni, 'l ioinis 11. DIavis 4111nd lail dev'ised
by sid C. 1). Ford, deceasod, to Amanda
libri 'n, .
2.. A r iact of land lyling, bein- nintii sit..
ale in t e samte County andl Fiat, known
iy-eighti Aerels, lire or lessu, itndu bontndedv
by land.; of tilary Tlid well, antd by imiu
deisiedj by aidl detcnsedi. to iilary Ford
andiil o Amanuda l-i elon.
31. A Itaci ol' latnd lying, being and oIin.
ate in he (otunty aitul Frale afiorrvenid,
known on tutid thut, as ti act. "," coitain.
ing One 11innidred anid sevet ty six. Acresu
thire or~ les, anid bou ndedL by -h.nrda; of
Wylie J. !av is, lands beloniginrg t- 1 le es.
I-ate of Edulward-0. Pi'almer. dteeased. and1(
biy olier intailt bielonlginig to the esltte of
'I. A tract of lanid lying, being e'.n titini
ate in I he Cou'nty niil Slate nifort-nsai-l,
known on said piat -as track "lE," (contain
inig T1wot liiindrled and tw ent y-scven* A cres,
moare or le-ss, a nildut bndedi i y -~ltd of
belaogin Iio 1(1hle etl te of C . Iiliripimi 1-irdl,
decteasedl, ad byu im 1s devyised by said ldo
ensed to $a!iie 1'. 1linl
5. A I raeI of 1land( ly inig binig and s; 'n
nte in the slame Cotiy-nnd Slite, kntiaiYz
on said jdtl as ract ''I,," conltainhing (Ote
hi lundr dI an itl itrht y n inie A eres, ttuiore or
le-s-, aitl bomt dill by lands of sn!!'ie Jlones,
I tlnd beiloniginig -to thle estateo of Robuera
h i ilto. decease~d, landils belontginog to theii
e5tic of Edwa ird (1. Pitnimer, decaetd,
oilher landis blontging to the esitaie of satid
(O. I). Ford, dieeer ced, andu by land i devi "ed
byv tuaid Fold, to aml lie P'. IIlall and Preston
C..A traet of land, lying, becing and situ..
ate in the (Cioiy and1( Stato a foresaid,
knouwn n satiid jdaut as t-act "'lI"' conitin..
ing F-iv yeIinnrdred Acres, more or leiis, andi
boiindedl by landsu olf lit-ry L. Ei'.ioi t, nd
bty landi 's devisedl by sa Iil dleceased, to Salliie
P'. it all, to Itay liis E. E1k in at:d to Prieston
Oto Terms of Salo.
( !,tir-d ithe purehraee moniie-y to be piaidi
in casi:, fr .lth bland~-e- a credit of one
and t o yeatrs, ith( itercmesi fromt ihe dlay
iot saie..i, h pnirol;aser to give hiis btondu andi
a migage ofunm the p-rmises. anid to pay fot
IL. W. D)UVALL1, S. F. C.
WNinnsbioo, Jan ii21, 18'73.
.iano ..2-f ilx53 ~
- NOT ICE
z1 \'.ING pucha-edl IThe etiire stock of
".I Thurmi .honl I willi condeit th I ioTard.
Mr nut Ine at esore occupied by hiima,
twar t he~ fim name of J. M1. Galloway &
(Cu. I cxi ect to dorote my altenhion al
.io-t e.xchilcy to liardwaro and will en
deavt~or to keep always on hiandi as full 11(d
comnpiete a stock as is usually found in at
hiardware store. A share of the public
patronag - is resptect fully solicf.
-jan28 J. Mi. O A T.TM AYj
BEATY & BA0.
O C Car load priic Corin.
One Car load fresh Flour, all
One Car load SlI,
Livery and Sale
A. F. GOOD IN G,
[ FI ' COnstaitly - on hand cxtra frine
Ken!11tucky 1lorSe:: anld .\lU1es. Parl)-Iies
n want. of good stock will do well 14) givo
ne a call.
In coinectil n wilh Iy .ivery 81able, I
ave opielned a Caringe, 1iiigy ail l Wii.
n Fautory. All work neatly executed aid
arranted, Give tmle a call.
. ew Goods ! New Good
I)AVIJDSON & (O.,
Don I )assA I.- sore, for it will lie your
oss1 if you wvtant lull valuo for you (I non-llt
Gent. s Furtnis hing Gooda1.,
flats nnid Cap ,
Boots unud Shoett,
Nuotons, & C.
B. I' DaVds0n & ('&s,
DUE WEST FEML 2
lege in ithe Mi te. A n b2llleit Im
perientced 'I eaebe of c .\luIs ie anid
- Modertn14 ttagutleA, has rcna t I'ly
enaddto Ithe 1211111y, in Ii he per.
f 1kr. iletry A uisantl, 'f Getneva, $witz.
The~ adtvantryfes aroe ((qulI to the best.
niy goodl linstituion. (ver onec htundredl
'lTherie is tromi for ai few more1,
Aj.p.ly at otnce to
.1. 1. TIONNER, Prer.,
lu cet, A bb~evillk Co., S. C.
jan 28 itm
ESTA BLISH ED 1859.
isr~EDW G-00 ODS.
il r8 recei l'ure
'yles, Clo~iks, all ri'alities, 'ain JTewelry,
1ins and lIit 101ns, 14 katral s ftine; P labin antd
Fa ncy GoldI ings, 18 karats ftine, andti
sper'tacles, a fine n wort len.
All goodsi warrnted11 as re~lresentedI.
All wvork done iin a vtorkmianik o man-lt
ier, and wasrrntedtr,
No cha~rge for lookinlg. Come nnid see
'ne, will lake piensurto in shiwing my
Th'ankfnl for pnst fr.vors, T reepect futlly
soliciL t aO~ contiuance of thei samen.
Cli a lt bl,.\l t U l t, ,
Secoitd door fromt Col lIion's Otlico.
TIIE u~indersignced give not ion thait hero.
I. after the0 sile of thle t wo Standard andi
W~ell- triedl Ferlilizers, the
ETIWAN and WANDO.
WVill be condle id by them jointly. Bonth
hese Manitres are so we:l known, t hrough
lie favorale experieunon of hiutdrsds of
arer os in this Countty, I hag not hinig need
be saidl of Iteir valuo. A pplicat iona may
be mado to
Dr. S. WV. BOOK [fART,
or W. M'.. DWI~kilT,
un 4.'&miw:- .
' Blnles rest Nart hor-n liny.
30 ['ilea lIek:a and F'Jder,
GO600 Bsheis Whito Onts.
iM . . Po-'ovs, l'itk E-ye, Good
Tr o Chains, Ato, Nails, Shovels ae
A full isock of family Grocorius and
'rovisions. All of which will bo sold at
the lowest markot prtiLe fur CASH.
:.3AcoT & 0O.
( iOOANUTS, Oranges, Letnons and as.
) saried A merlenn Ciidien.'
.I U. 0. DEISPOiITES &Co.
Jusr recrived, Plaid Ifomespnns, 6 and
oz. Oslnhurgs, Tieking i, Blenlced and
IBr'own eShirlinlgt, 10-1 BIliached nud Brown
Siteting. We would also invilo (lhe at
ecionim of tii' imlmi to our unusually
laerge' ks Of Laidies, Ni 8s8es anid Chi I.
.1lens $hioes, (1enIs anid Boys Voos and
ihoes, I e oice f which we gnenrantee to
as w nas ea he founaed ancywhero.
In, otd er to waaem room for our Spring
SIock, we e:cIher 1resit ildcenents in lDres
L oods, I ot hintir t d ecut er Wi nter GIooeds.
We also keep uon hantd a Iarge stock of
le ,1 '-T!E l & 1BIlCE.
GA y ~ Books,
* - I' --v, -Tatk, Pa per1
-. , Ikk- Schools
Lndiia-. r hi t u core n- i reC. i
.J e:,. arrivedi, Non-Exp il :sive Breillin,
I iied .\ll neral .'perm ii)i, Tam p Chim e
los ane!i lurer-ee, Finie NI achiIne 0il, Lin
se''l Oil acnd Tann eres (ili.
fuhG . McSIA', IlL & 1i101E.
JI. 0. 110 AGS.
I'or a fal11latel comleIte stock of.
D~ry Gocis, DXenecstigts, &o., call on J.
Notionis anid Faney Ooods- in great;
variety at J. 0. BOA G'S on the oor
nor. .. .
Flowers, &C.; lat-t novelties of the
seasone, a J. 0. JROAG'S.
For Boots, Shoes, Ilats, ops, Cloth-.
ing, Tfrunik, Fuirs, Shaetwls, Bilanikets,
&c., call cn J. 0. BOAGO.
Full stock of Groceries, Crookery,'
Tine and WVndonware', alwayson band
aet J. 0. BOAG.
-Frtilts, Cotiftectionaeries, Canned,
Goods, Spices, Tobacco and Segar. yp,
bog .as the ohon~pest, by J. 0.