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0.:- Extra copies of the NKws can
le obtained at this office 6,h aplica
tion. Price five cents.per copy.
A lot of old newspapers for salo. at
the News and IHerald office; at fifty
oentst a hundred.
. Merchants and others waiting
,blank liens for agricultural supplies
furni.hed under the Act of 1816, can
be supplied by calling at the News
and liebild euics.
VeW Ad ei seinents.
%yread 11i4tglCs- ibt3er
Notice- Jno, ii. Cathear t.
Corn, Bacon, 1lour-Juo hT.
Election Notice-D. R. Floriuinien,
Dentistry-J. D. Cureton.
Notice-R. A. Herron.
An exchange says "Only thirty
two United States Seinators drew their
'xtra pay for the Last session." Von
der if Senators Robertson and Saw
yer returned any of their extra pay ?
We are indebted to lon. T. J.
Robertson, for copies of the report of
the Commiuisioner of Agriculture, for
theyears 1870 and'71.
It is reported here that the bar.
rsoins In bhbstbr arc rejuired, under
Tudge Madkby's ruling, to have four
bed-rooms, to ha'e three meals a day,
hnd to have a bell iaiig at each meal.
Will the Chester iteporter please in
rorm us whethbr br not th abov are
. A colored womqn named Ilannah
lRoseborough fell from a bridge in
front bf Sir. Pcttigtiw's store Friday
hight and bfbkb her leg. 8he was as.
biated td cbinfortable iguarters by
Policodidij Gilbert and other gentle
inen, where she was kindly bared for.
Last Wednesday iuigh6 t in' resi
dence of Mrs. Boyd, situated about
five miles west of Winnsboro was
destroyed by fire. Mrs. Bod lest
overythiug she had. ''he property
was o wned by Mr. Wm. McNaul),
and was valued at $2,500. The fire
was the work of an incendiary.
Don'tforget the meeting to-night.
The "cold chilly winds of Decen.
ber" blow a heavy blast upon us yes
Smart Daniels, an old law breaker,
hvas seat to jail for thirty days, last
TIuesday, for appropriating a shawl.
The Presbyterian Church is under
The Court House needs painting
There are four tickets out for Town
,The Good Templare flung to the
breeze a beautiful lantern Tuesday
night in front of their hall.
We are informed that Al. Thomas,
a white man, living at Blackstocks,
ivhipped his wife unmercifully soe
time ago, giving her several hundred
lashes, after which lie poured koro
sone oil on her head and feet and set
it on fire. The poor woman reported
thle facts, andl Thomas was arrested
and tried last week at Chester, and
was sentenced by Judge Ihiachoy to
nine months imlirisontlient in the
County jail. Such a man ought not
to be allowed to live in a decent
commnunity, and we hope the citizens
of Blackstocks will drive him fromii
among themr when hisi term of im
ust be Related
Sometime ago, skys the Rocit l ll
Lantern, a getl1man had a mofikbmy.
A colored individual went to see it.:
After surveying it for some time lie
expressed his opinion'thusly
"D'ese niggers 'biout here tries to
iypake out dis thing is no kin to dent.
Look atd dat mouf, dat hbad and dem'
eyes. 'Uway, nigger, if dat mnonky
ain't no 'iation to you I'se no nigger
'tall. I dun give it up' foro I sed it.
11la ! ha ! hai ? jus like dese ole Souf
Tlso Roads, the Miserablj Roads.
WVe maust again call the attention o?
the County Commissioners to the eon
dition of the roads leading into this
place. The Roeky Mount rend is
said to be impassable in several yhaces,
and othor highways equally as
public are in a miserable condi
tion. This state of things is work.
ing great injury to the town in
a business point of view, as trade
is driven away to other places more
accessible, such as Blackstooks, Chea..
eer. Ridgyande RookHl. Smre
ly our Commissioners feel nore in
terest in Winnabi-o than to lot it suf
fer through their neglect, and we ap
peal to them to rene y the evil com.
Out of the thirteen persons who at
tended the tbwii meetin , last Thurs
day night, for the purpose of nominat
ing a Counu); there were not a half
dozen persons who yiay taxcs on real
estate. We tiro l'ath to takb this as
an iudication that the i'operty owners
in town feel no interest in the ap
proaebing Municipal election; dr are
indifferent as to th'c kind of men who
shall be. chosen to predido over the
town. We hea- of this man and that
man saying he will not vote for all the
iominuos. Yet 'uat mcn stayed away
from the meeting, t-howing that h
wass either ilidiflerent as to the result,
or was willing to leave the matter to
i few to direct. If a Council is elect
ed, in any why objectionable io any
one who did tioI tttend the iiocting,
he will have .o )reunds whatever of
6umplaiht. Nie ourselves are satis
fied with the noininations as a whole,
and conmend their support to every
''he execution df the sentnoe of
death, in the easo of Blanford Gail
lard, convicted of the mutrder of Alex
Mack at Charleston, hass been sUspend.
ed by the Governor, from the 4th of
March to the 18th of April.
Counterfeit $10 and 50 cent bills
are said to be in circulation. The
countefifeit ten dollars are of the
Poughkeepsie, New York, National
Bank. Look out for then.
S. W. Rawsay and F. E. Durbec,
have been appointed Nvtarics Public
The Anderson Entiiencer:.; :6s
the d.dth of (, . . I. it..,a .l :.
Vil. C. iley, I -yl Watkins, and
The ,.ew bai!Jing of theu 1ank of
Spartanbuig opensi on the lit of next
Mr. La. C. Valker, of Newberry,
the List of his famiilv, id d.d, ,-Yh
To cure ehr ache, put a little black
pepper in sothe cotton, dip in swoet
oil anil iiisort i the ear. This is said
to be one of the quickest remedies
Rules for Business Men.
Fronti some published rules for "bi
siness meb," te extraot the fo'llowing
in relationt to advertisifig i
"Take adiantigo ot modern facili
ties ; use the means within your
reac- ; .increase snd niltiply the
means of informatio.
"To compote successfu ly with.
neighbor; pafti~ipate in he facilities
afforded to go ahead.
"Pon't depend upon your own lungs
alone ; ue the lurngs of the, press.
"Maks it known, by printer's ink
that you are prepared to do business.
m"kel it small profits for cash, and
mkitknowit through trie ntswspa
"All tlia't n honest, legitisate
concorr requires is fair judgment,
close ind-.stry, uO\avering integrity,
superior workm Am-hi p; fair prices,
and to do better by customors, if pos
sible, thani otnors in the same busia
ness-and give it publicity."'
This terrible disease to' fowl flesh
has been prevailing for the past two
or three years in our County to the
detriment of all poulty-raisers. A
kind friend handed us the following
surec prevent ative, wh ich we pubbfish
below, for the benefit of those who
have and have not suffered from the
loss upon their farms, of poultry:
"T'he chicken cholera has been so
very prevalent and fatal, for some
yours past, that the business of chick
en raising has almost become a heart
less task to our farmers' wives. And
as the season is now, just at hand
when they will commence operations
to raise their supplies of chickens,
your many lady readers wvould doubt
less be glad to know of some aure pre
G'entative of that fatal disease. My
plIan is this: Procure a trough, five
feet long, ten inchos wide and thre
inches doe'p and place it near the well
or at someo convenient place in the
yard. Into tlis, put a q-uantity of
white oak bark and several scraps of
o'ld iron or horse shoes, and fill up the
trough with *afor; In a few days,
the water will become6 alm~odt as black
as ink, but the chickens become very
fond of it and drink it readily.r
SupiTy now bark an the strength he
ko'p 'up this cours;e, thme whoIclo yeasr
ro':usl. Thi tihe plan we pinene
anid we riase hund reds of them,
tver~y e-ason,. IC all your5 lady read.
era. will pousuir this plant and aidvise
their neighborn; to do~ the saitne,I
don't thmnk you will hear any more
complaints about cholera. Hoping
the abov'e may prove of sodiie to
your many readess and the public
TPho gallows used in hanging Rul
loff and WVihon, the blontgomery
county murderers, has arrived in
Syracus'e,'to be used in hanging Fro
lick, for the miurder' of Peter Sohaf
InI your Tuesday's issue, I dioice
my name in nomjpation for Interidaid
of the to'Vn of Vinnsboro.
Whilst iappreciate the kind feel ings
of my tiiends, hnd tender thm my
thanks for the proposed honor, I most
iEspebtfully decline being a candi
I notice in your issuo of the 5,4th
inst., that at a meeting of the citifena
last Tliursdliy night, I wits nominated
for the position of Intendant. I
must respeetiilly dobline the nomitia
tion, as T f6el that my present ill
health would not allow me to attend
faithfully to the duties of the office.
PIElRR E 0 BACOT.
Please announco 1mr. A. P. MuIL
LER fi' liitend'ant of Widinsbor6 at
the ensuing election, and oblige many
friends of lhau L1CE.NE.
Please announce the following
ticket to b6 voted for at the ensuing
town election and oblige
FOR IflTENDA NT.
JOHN J. NEIL.
]. M ELLIdTT.
1. A. IM[T H.
JAS. A. BRICE.
A. V. 010dDII d.
Nomination for Ta Council.
The following ticket was nominated
at a meetind 6f the oitizens iast
VO IR WAID ENS.
A . .,' 0D INGl
J. 'M. ELLIOTT.
G. ii. McMASTER.
I. N. WITHElAs.
Wil either Mr. Smith, Treasurer
of Fairield County, or Mr. Craw%
ford, School Conmmesioner of same
County, or botl, be kind enough
to answer any, or all of the fol
lowing queries, through the me
dium of your widely circulated
journal, and by so doing oblige one of
a poorly paid, but, very useful class of
the community-a teacher.
Query lst. Is there any law upon
the Statute Book of this State requir
ing school funds raised by direct tax.:
ation from the inhabitants of a town
ship solely for school purposes, to be
sent to Columbia?
Query 20. If, during the last
school year, Township A, collee.ted by
taxation $800 besides its poll tax,
and '.'ownship B only $500, each em.
ploy an equal number of teachers;
why (Ilen oid every school in both
townships, close precisely the same
day, May 17th, although the funds of
the former Soiud not have been ex.
- Query 3d. Drd th6 closing of the
Fairfield schools, May 17th, 18'72,
leave enoagh of funds on haiud in each
Towrishi'l to pay their teachers up to
'that date as Dr. WV. B. Peake assured
them i (See lis notico' in the HRnAL.D
May 1872.) ..
Query 4th. If th'o cdiosing of the
schooli on th'e day stated was caused
by a deficiency i6' the ]'egislative ap
'propriation, which it balanced, anud;
if Dr. Peak6 wasT borr~ct 'mulis no'tice;
why will 'tr; Smith pay only 23 per
cent on pay certificat es up to May
Q~uery 5th. If Mir. Smit'h g iesents
to Mr. A. (a chairman of a Noard .of
Trrustees) a sheet informing him that
$800 is now in his (Mr. Smith's)' ha'nda
subict to his (Mr.A' s)'order. Why
does Mr. Smith refuse to caslh apf
certificate, for saj $100' signed by
Mr. A. and approved aidd ordeted to
be paid by Mr. ,Crawford?
Query 6th. Can a County bd sukied
for its indebtedness, as thougfit' i ere
a corporation or private individual i
By publishing the above, and eith
er or both of the gentlemen's replies;'
you will confer a favor upon,
KORN K OB, Jr.,
l'he comipleto Cabinet i's composed
ihamilton Fish, Secretary of State.
W illiam W. Belkuap, Seoretary of
Georg6 i'd. Wobs'ob, $feretary of
Columnbus Delano, 8ecretary of the
William A. Richardson, Secretary
of the Tireasury.
Jonel A. J. Crosifell, Postna'tdr
George N'. Williams, Attornoy,
New FEngland has had forty' sno'y
stdrms this winter.
Death of Uol. j ai. rslnii11.
It becooies our me!snCholy duty to
record the death of our fellow-citi.
zen, Col. John Hurgh Marshall, who
departed this life; at his residence,
on Rutherford Road; near tiis city,
on the 19th ins ., at 11 P. M., after
a th6i-t but paitn lul illness, with par.
alyiis, in tho.forty first year or hit
Ige.- CGrceneVile Relpublin.
A ; unSoplaIi:.ticated Imiaden il Illi.
nois has iuvetited ii simplo but ingen.
ions device of scouritug by one opero.
tion both a husbuisd aud a fi-utune,
She off.-is herself as :) rizo to be
ratfiled for--iol,ood tickets to bo is.
sued, at $i cach, reservitig to her.
self the righilt to reject tho lioulder of
the lu'cky n6U $ber on paymuent of
Tiie latest vordict r.ei'-.ltd wav
upon a getitioian who expired inl a
fit.of inebriation. The jury returned
"Death by hanging-round a grog
A tip top band-hat band.
P ARTI out to builh will consult
their int hy gettim sawCe('y.
press Shingles from Ich, for econo
my, durability and finish, -uperior to
any Nhingles sold. Furnia in ainy
quanitity desired on short noti at any
point on Railroad.
apr 2-x3 MoM ASTER & ERIC
A LL the qualified Electors in crler to
enlable them to vote at the ensuling
election for Intendant and Warden of the
Town of Winnsboro, must. be registered
accoi ding to law before thle tiidersigned.
Books for Ilegistration will be opened at
the Towin Hail, on Thursday, Friday, aud
8atuiday j next, at 6 o'clock JA M. of
encOll day, and will be closed at 6 o'clock
P. M. of each day.
W. B. EA KE,
8V. 8. RAIM L,
hpil , - W. G. JORDAN,
april 1 Manangees.
TR EASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFIcE or CoMP~itoy.i.Ra OF Tin CUnn:NCY,
W~iVIINUTON, Marcl 1st 1873.
Wai'ren., by satiiactory eridenee pre
slented to the undersigiied. it is been
made to appear that. ".Thie Winnl'boro Na.
tional Bank" i.i the Town of Winn sboro in
the Coinity...9f Vairfield,, and Staio of
South Cai olina, has been duly organiized
under apid, aceordling to the reqtirements
of the Act. of Ciiiiress entitled an Act to
provide a Nahioual Currenqy secured b.y a
pledge of United States bonds, and to pro
vide tor the circulation, and redemption
tIlreof, ppjproved Jnno Ord, 18 18, and has
cornplied With t.All the provislpns$ ofsilid Agt
reqiured to be compliedl will- htfor'e coi
mencing the business of Banking under
Now ther.efore, I, John Jny tenox, co;)p.
troller of, the pu:retne'qlo hereby certify
that. "T.e Winnahloro Nntional Batik" in
the Town of Winnsbir.o in the County of
Fairfield,9 and siatl of Soitlh C'arolina i.
athori1i-ized to commence the business of
Banking inder t(e Act aforesaid.
In testimoiy whereof witne-, my ial and
seal of office this ist day of Miareh,. 1873
JNO. JAY KNOX,
Comptroller of ( urrency.
No. 2087. mi 12-xIO
The State of South Carolh a.
By W. J. A'ELSON', Esq., Prob.ate J.udge.
W1 IIEREA'S, itn).. - i. Liumpkin haitel
ma nide suit to mec, to grant him Let.
ters of Adlminuistrationt of the Estato and
effects of Jameos AlcAlonan deceased.
T1hiese are thorefoire to cite ami admonish
all and singular the kindred a'nd creditors c f
the saidl .Ifumes MceAlonaun STceased, that
they lie anid appear, before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at. 10airteld( Court
flojise on the fafth day of A piril ,zsext, af
ter' puiblicat ion lher'eot', at 11 o'clock in the
forcnoon, to shew cause if any they. have.
why thle said A Imtinistration should not be
Gliven uinder my hand, this 20th~ dayo
March A. D. 1873.ayo
W M NELSON,
B Y virtue of sundry executions to me di.
rected, I will offer for eale to the high
est bidder befpr'e thia Court hlouse dloor in
innsboro, on the first Monday in A pril
next, ywthbin the legal htours of sale, for
cash, the purchaser to paiy fir all aeces
sary papers, the following doe.cribed prop.
erty to wit:
All that piege, pa'rcel or traf-of lend, ly
Inlg being and sirniahe in the County of
Fairf'ield andtt State of SouthI Carolina con
taining 'ointy JRigit acre's mre or' less,
nnd bounded byy land~ of Dr. It. ii. Elimunile
.Yaties Stewa-rt aii Jiomesteadl of Mar'y
; Levied upson as the property of. Eli
Iirrison, at the Suit (of W. Rt. floher.tsoni
lixecultor against Eli Iar ieon, anid others
against the~ ame dlefenidant.
401 acres more ortless a'ijoining lands of
T. Tuirkeit. J. A Tmjrkett and Rntananger,
levied u'pon as the property of Daniel Nel
son at the suit of Jlames K. Rtohinsin,
,Jh. W. DUVAhL; ,S. F. C.
. Sheriff'su OfIlce,
Winniaboro, March 15, 1 p78.
SHIARIFF'S SA LE:
directed, I will offer for Sale to the.
highest biddler before the Court hlouse door
in Winnsboro.' on the. first MongI~ in.
Aptiit next, within the legal hiourr of
sale, the following Real I'roperty, to
All t(hat piece, parce.1 or tract of hind
lying being end sitnate u6 the County .1
Fairfield and .Stato of 8outmh Caroli'na,
containling Six hundred san.l selent y-five
acres, more or' less, on wat ers of Broad
River anel bounded by lands of WillIam
Blair, Jame''d Mcd'ill, and by landa belong.
ing to the Estate of Mrs. Ra'.cy Macon,
deceased. and others..
Lovied upon as the property of yameies Rt.
Ashford at the su4t of Rtobert Gordon
againtisJames Rt. Asuhford.
L. W. D UVYAlS, 8. 1. 0,
Wlnnaboro, 8. 8., M!arch 12, 1878.
rack 18 -flx2
SADJ$ll8, Bridles, Plow Blriles, lames,
kand Curry Combs.
ehh 22 MCINr raE.
persons indebed to the firm j
X, lierron and Gilberte illsave cost by
aett'itug wyaJ. X. 0G 'lbert at onice. as the
firm was dissoleod on th lst of Januarf
last, auduotice thereof givep,1
mar 29-im .. . 'A. IIERRON. .
.., ection Notice.
T]~ IIE Annual election for Intendant axid
.four Wardens for the Iownq( Winne.
boro will he held on the Ist Mcuday in
April. hetweo- Ilhe hours (if ten A. M. and
Ilh ree 11.t in the Town Hall.
MInage.s of Elction-W. d. Jordan,
W. 1 Peake, W. 8 Rnbb.
- . V S NNI I N.
-i 2-t Clerk of CotneIl.
.L e sho hav'e receiv.. . ertiliy
r0-A from11II mA Ilhty yeatr. are resICpct fully
regniested lo come forward, b. lhio. first qf
April. suit pay all freiglhis diq thereon,
aund give Iheir notes or Cash. qp-per con
Ira*,. fort whuat they levrqc ve , . .
mch ' J. It. CA l1!0 A RT.
CORN, BACON, FLOUR,
500 Bushels prime whuto Corn.
1 ) 0 0 P o u n ds0 1 1 1 c o n1 S i d e s .
- 10i) Pottips liaon Sho4ea,
' o. hag s l ,am B(%rrelu;
Terims Cash For Sale by
rich 27 JNO. 11. CATIICART.
D'1. J. D. CURETON, having
permanantly located in Wiuns.
b ore, offers his arvices to. the
oitizens of air, od ffice At hny rei.
dence-oppositolreight Depot. All work
guarranteed. mib 26-x tf
11EATY & BRO.
Are now receliri and have in Store,
among otier articles in their line.
700 bushels prime Corn,
300 Bushels fresh ground and bolted
meal and hominy.
400 Sacks Granite fills Flour, fresh
from the mill; All trades,
15,000 Gallons Molasses, assorted kinds,
10,000 pounds 6r. S'nit and Bacon C. 1.
2 hhds. Dry Salt Shoulders;
1 loL fine Sugar Cured llams;
C Ir Icad fine Tim'oth'y lay,
Al dt Vlifci Will bo sol
UST ec Pd laid ro'mespins, 6 andl R
oz. Osnatinrgs, Tip~kings, Bleached, and
llrown Shirtings, 10-4 Bleached and Brown
Sheetings. We w'ould also Invite (hie at
lention of the p'uhlio to orur tar nasually
large ir oe1is of Ladies, Alisses and Chil.
dIrenstit ho's, ents,. uirpl Boys floota atnd
Shoes, the prico of which wo dt'iaran(ee ti
he as low as can br o'tind n~e
Inodro maeroom for ,our Spring
Stock, we offer great, inducfmn'ents in Dresa
doods., Clothing and o'ther Wiriior Goods.
We also kie# on' ha~d' a largo'stock of
N'eMRSTERL & BlRIOE,
- e40(gers, Dlay Booksj
Pocket.Mermorandulta,, Peons, lnk, I er',
Entvelopes, Bibles, Roligious BJol's, 8oh'o'ol
Books and Novels.
Frephredicine., U'ardt 5e8eds, I alnts
and Window Glass are 1 eing constantlf re
Just arrIved, Non-Explosive lrilliant
Oil and Mineral Sperm 011, Lamp Chim
nlies and Burners, Fine Machine Oil, Line~
seed Oil and Tanners Oil.
feb 8 MoM ABtN & A '11Ier
Corsets, Toilet Soap,
Paper, Pens, Ink
A Fino lot f Smokin- Tobacc6;
]IIIckets, Tubs andl Trays.
Brittan in ippet S.
Withers & Dwight.
FRES I 0 GOODS.
JUST IN STOREM
'13:ISTS Fresh tiardnSeeds (1nd Onion
Retts, Early lios, th40odrichl, liu1ok Eye,
Pink E ye. Pl sl aS 4 l' I I'C it 4 11 ow1. l'ot -
toes, IIe 'eI varitHies for pltIing and eat
One enr lond Augiusb Pt Fril I o Flo r,
Menl and lrisi, ,noed anitl liry 4alt hA
Colln aild Shoulders, Ullnuva .Sud S~igar
CIIIedII lanm s. I'rim' .ail. 81g.11r:4, COffeH,
tice, NnvearoIO, blese, lried Frli, Co..
co1nnuts.1 .lllie, & A. AIl thl above will to
sold nm low as th lowus4..
3ARGIA INS! UARGAINS !
In Dry G4oods.
Noti os, M illi lery and Fancy Goods,1
t'all b~ef ore buly ing, on
feb 20) J 0. IIOAO.
Ef HAV rcnlreied2,000 lbs.
of Irion all sizes and k i ais ; 1,000 lbs.
Swveeds Plow Mounli.' also a lot ofcxcellenl.
We have on hana fresha suIpply of I rni
bou iun flame, Traes, Coll fi t breast and
Slny Chainas ; linck Ibandis, GIrass laods,
fleel IScrow.i and Si nglet roes.
A lairgo lot of Nails, culi, olinch, and
A lo hourro iad niodo Shoes, Sparles,
ud ones, wngon a iadlihuggy A xles, an iia
2,000( lbs. caasL ware oan hanad ; iidles,
WVe hav e julI recivedrr a Inarye lot of enr I.
arriva. We i are conas'nnif ly rei'ei vinig ndi.
dlitionsiio our99 slack orfii ha are, con.i~s
hing of hilutacrilh's, ('arpnter's, nit'l
Slhoenmakerd 4ools, amf Shlf r . In ndl
itiion wo havo. a nice lot of famiily pro't
aeries ;all. pf which wa ofler on the behi
termis for (ash..
mclh A J. M. 0\ LOWAY & CO.
ESTA BLISH ED 1859.
]sf E w cive 1o o
Silver I 1 elai, il'
slyles, Clocks, nil Tiliicsi, l'Iain Jewelir
l'iinsan lihuttonas. 141 krarals fine:; Pluin n, I
Pancy. (Gold I Iings, 18S karatas line, ano!
Spetalcles, a fino ailsriment19..
All geoids wart anitl ast represergl ed.,
All work dlon o ini a w orkmiaaliko ,nai
ner, and wnrirante l.
No chiarge for lock ing. Comuo andl ~r'
me,. will Itako pleasr c it n'wing rtny
Thnflfor' past. fr~vors, r re-deelfuilly
solici t, aI Colniltinuace of Ite saime.
,,ct ilZAIlLES MULLiER,
dectn oor fromi Col. Rtion's tllio.
[ 10NSTANTLY'oni hand anal delivorcid r.r
UWinn boro ols. the folloiwinag pric B:.
No. I lIockvil.a limo at $.." per jc baa
Culcined l'lnster nt $5.00 per hntrrel.
llosendaulo Ceent ar $5$.00 per b Il
Charlotte, N. C., .Jaan. 1b78.'
SPING AID STMMER
,IVALK IN EATihS AN!) 1LNT LN ME.
IMcLaughilin & Co.
EABINET RYE WHISkEY.
Country Cured hams, Flour,
ld a fresh supply of
CHEESB AND CRACKERS,
J. D. McCarleyps.
TllrE Copartnerdhip heuretoforo oxisting
Lunderlie firm name of Melyre &
Co., in this day dissolved by initual oon
ent. J. A. DESPORTES,
. 1ON. McINTY'E.
Winnsboro, Februasry 10, 1873.
1Iavin, p rhaa lijcd.thoien ire interost to
Mr. , J.., A.. Depor(e. I respecifully n;k
a coutinuaq.ootlinth.partrroiage givento ie
oldfirn. The books and accountR. of (lie
latofirn of Mointyro & Co.. will be found
in my hands. Those indebted are request
ed to conmeo forward and seItle. Those
living demands will plese present them to
mclh 22 JOlIN McINTYRIE.
lays'Jiust Rocolved among olber
An A usortment of
W?~ih thef oflr at the Oh(1
prico 12 1-2 conlt8. Withi fr-e
qira.n'6 ioditio~ to ourIm e
and va -led stock we *ill al..
ways ha fou'nd prepaid to adp
p)f th'e' wantioLofl custoiners
LG WE.ST CA S/i PRICEhS.
WGOD WARD & LAW.
Saddles and Hamness I
T UST TO IIAND anid will coinjue et
* keep a full line of lard waro, e addle
ry and liarness,
, . coMN9JTINGi or
Saddles, Bridles, Breeohing. ,tfip Straps.
Martingales. 8ttrrup leathers, llamne
Sirings, Baok Blanda, Traces, liames an..
TIhe 'laners generally ate lnv ted to call.
f7b0f U. 0. DEIIN)R T E8 & CO0.
. 'Iri Pothtees.
fiOODRICHi ad Early Roso P'oaboes
'C just received.
feb 11 Mc-YT-rn r