Newspaper Page Text
Old papers, suitable for wrai
ping goods, for salo at-thisoflioc.
Now Advortiscntents. -
. For Sale--Joel C ee, Clerk
Photograph Gallory-A. Bauum
Proposals-W. B. Poako, Clerk.
.Now Arrivals--McMastor .& Bric
,Just lceived--Withors & Dwigh
Thc-erops on 11 e road len ding froi
Witinsborn to the Rocky Mount .a!
very line, especially those on ti
Jlantation of Mr. E. P. Mobley.
We have for sale it the Naws an
I:RALD OMCC i lot of 'TitleJ)od
Mu, tsiages, LiAs on Crop, Trial Jui
tices Blanks, &u. Those wiebin
.Uianks can obtain themi by applyin
An exeursiun train for colored fullk
pa.sed through towjn Suniday, boun
for the p:rade of the colored fire d
poartment ini. Culunmbia. The -'Yel
low Ja kuts,"' of Ch1arlotteVith thel
eieic the "Crazy Hannah" were o
As already stated in a previous is
.e', the public installation of oflicer
of thiL Grange will tiake ace o
-Friday next. latroras generally iar
invited to nttend. IEi.pccial invita
tion is hereby i.,tued to tho WVinns
boro Bras.s Band.
Triends of Temperance.
A obapter of this order has been Latn
ly establikhed at I dgeway. It -has ai
leady about fifty members. This i
en exclusively Sout hern organi- ttiou
founded in Virginia. It has but re
cently been brought iito this iStat
but has swept Virginia, iorth Caro
lina and Georgia.
The town pump has at last been re
paired, and we hope the new-fr ngle,
works now in the well will prove mor
of a success than the former did.
e Cfitting Oompliment.
Dr. T. C. Robertson, our quondan
townsman now locatud in Reek Hll
pas been elected President of the Fir,
Company in that town. This is i
high but deserved compliment to ou
friend ; and we congratulate the com
jny upon having so efficient a presi
d en it.
The second Quarterly Meeting fo
the Winnsboro Circuit will be hel
ut the Mcthaoduit Chureb in this plac
to-damy and to-mnorrowv. Divine sei
vice to day at 11 o'clock A. M., an
to-morrow iat 11 A. M.and 4 P.. M.
R1ev. Win. Miartill is Presiding Elde
of the circuit.
'An 01l Offender.
Wma. \Vhite, colored, convieled s
last Court of steatling anl overcor
from Mr. IH. B. McMaster's residene
proves to be an escaped convict. IU
was senteuced, in Rlichland, to cigl
tcen months, but escaped and eona
~nitted the theft which sends hii
,\ back. He will now have to serv
.We ocoasionally receive comnimun
nswihwe are compelled to d
'bec"sMorm any fault in thmeni, b.
eocaut bei subjects they treat, of at
teresit the paio ecaot pul
Jish ay artice applauding or cer
'euring a private t-dividihl, or touch
ing upon private affaa. Propcr.cou
ilnuiiations of a pubic nature 19
.Through Mr. Dennis, the gh
the S. & A. Telegraph Company v
learn that a fracas occurred in Ci,
ter ont Tuesday evening betwo
Chief of Police . fdoore and .
Green, a toruuer inember of the f'ort
in which the former was worsted.
The citizens Dpplatid lir. Greer
conduct. The case was heard befo
the Town C~unoil whch what rest
wo0 did not learn. . -
We have been re quested to eo
the following card fromt the Che~st
Reporter :"Whereas it was stated
the FAInFIELD IIEnALD of a rece
hlate that my husband, .J. A. Tho'ma
had treated me in the most eruol ma
ner, giving me several hundred tast<
and pouring kerosine oil upon a
head and feet and setting it on fire..
I take this occasion to say, in justi
to him, that the sai'l statements we
F, entirely groundless and witbo
foundation so far as the burning
concerned, and, int to far as the whi
ping was conerned, a vcry great a
unjustifiablo e:.:sgeration of the
a tilt and battery of which iro wt
SA RA 1 C. THO..\3 AS."
The Weeky Pl'bus,
Alfis is the title of a small sheet ii
sued at Longtown, in this County, b
SMaster T. H. Jones. .It is written i
Roman.letter, in pencil, and is
' model of .noatness. The heading;
adorned with a well executed devic
representing "Phcobus" rising behin
a mountain. It ootrtains four pag<
of letter paper in editorials, excerpi
and advertisements. Master Jon<
n holds the three. ()4 ffie of propri<
0 tor, editor and typo., We wish hil
o perinaucut success in th6 glorious fiel
V e ea-ll tbq ?%itentionl of tc Qout
i, il to the nuabers of raggel urchir
that infest the strects continually.
g These little vagabonds are a source (
g allOyIaCe to passers-by, and hhoUl
either bo e ent to their mothers," 0
taken up as vagrants. Another inal
ter to wl ich )Ye would call the atter
tion of the police, is the constant pi,
tol shooting car ied on in the wood
aruun.f'Bratton's Spring." As th
undergrowth is dense, and persons ar
constantly passing to and fro, a stra
shot might bo productive of seriot
- T'o Grand Jury at the last term o
s the Court presented Kineaid' Bridg
i over Little River as being in an un
3 Oafe copdition. Upon inquiry we leari
- that this brige. is barely passable fo
light vehicles, The contractor agree<
to build it for $2,250. It was finish
ed last year and pai-i for by the pres
. eat 4board. Since t.at time anothe
. undred dollars have beeni spent o
it. Gentlemen living in that sectior
of the.Oouby inform us that in fresh
ets it is lifted from its foundation an<
floats on the surface of the water.
Several partis have barely escapec
drowning. Several other bridges ar
dangerous. That over,,loung's Branol
on the road to Ashford's Furry has i
green pine log for one of its sills.
As the, ppd of the stream is ver,
deep, at falling in iwould be attemies
with bericus consequences. This i;
a part of the work o'f the former Com
Preamble and Resolutions Paised by th
Winnaboro Rook and Ladder Uompany
At an extra meeting of the Winus
. boro [look.and Ladder. Compan'r Nu
r 1, held on Tuesday, l3h inst., th
following preamble and resolution
. were unanimously adopted, to wit:
Whereas, It is always pleasant ano
agreeable to f~el that our efforts ar,
appreciated, but now having substan
tial proof of the trust reposed in u
by a generous community-recentl:
made manifest by the citizens
Winnsboro in their liberal respons
to our 9all for aid to the end of pro
c uring a Fire Engine. Be it there
Rfesoloel, TJhrt the thanks of th
Winnboro H-ook and Ladder Coin:
Spany be, and are hereby, tendered t
citizens oQf the town for the very libe
t ral subscrip'tion o'otained fromn ther
e for the purchase of a Fire Eugine.
e Resowlved, That we will enideav~or b
renewed energy and activity to in~
crease the interest felt and merit th
confidence reposed by the c,>mmuunit
Ia in our organization.
EcsQycl, That the warm thanksc
this Coqmpany be, and are hereby, tei
dered to the iadies who so gracefull
and tastefully decorated our True
for the annual parade,
Resolved, T1hat in their deep intel
est in pyroinoting the prospe~rity of ou
corps, we recognize our highest stiri
niulu to acetive e(liciency.
. Resolved, That the above be pub
.lished in the Winnsboro papers.
[Extract from ininutes.]
The imorican Farmers' Advocati
published at Jackson, Tennessee, tl
Spioneer paper in the inauguration
,thegreat fatmers' .movemeont and sp
ciaally doyotod the Ereat subject
['. 'co-operation among the tillers of ti
e, oil should be on every farmers' t
_ ble. .It is a very large and well f1il
'AP'Doi'. Sikgle; it is il p'er year ,
re 1" ec. oAf four oi; mere, 50 cents eac1
'It 1owl Aris it, to oIl niiw st'bser
bhers with. t'M Frairfield Herald
Winnsboro?Nows tt eightby cnts p~
er The Louisville Courier-Journ
in picks uj a strolling paragoaph to ti
nt effect thsat ",a Boston.,girl .who wv
emarried four yearir ago in a dre
.wortth $5,000 .inay now be seen spi
ting her own kindlings and doing hi
5, own washing," and remarks that "ti
my oply Wonder: is that she ,has any kin
- lang to split or any washing to do."
A beauilyouIrg girl was m
re ried in San Francisoo last week
ut the conclusion of the Marriage cor
is mony she turned to her huisband ai
,said :"George kiss me I am dying
P The huslband complied with the r
sd quest, and at the moment she fe
ta- dead on the dlone.
.The Escape of the Modoes,
Omr special detpatch from the la1
beds indicates a new departure on ti
pat of Captain Jack and the-inaugi
ration - of a merdiloss- war -on tii
- peaceful -settlers of Oregon. Th
y savages have quietly abandoned tAlei
n rocky defences and have taken to th
open country. Elated with the
success in defeating the trodps sti
I against them, they now deem: then
0 selves able to c po with the: Unite
d States forces in the field. Nor ai
they altogether wrong in their cst
mate of their own strength. We
armed and well. tonitted and pursr
s ing a system of tactics thorough)
well suited to their kinl, of warlar
and the nature of the country, the
liave little to fear from .the heavil
aceoutred and *slow. mi1ovlitg troop'
Born and bred bushwhackiers the
will not pay much attention to 0h
rules of wa r as laid down in the aria
. reglhtioni. The Modoc war, thii
a will bo a guerilla war for the ft
_ t-.1 . It lis already commenced
A wagon train, insuflicicitly guardeL
liab been capit ured ; three m0n hav
a been wounded, and seventeen govbri
r ment horses added to (the already ret
pectable etables of Captain Jack
.low long is this state. of affairs..t
continue, and hat ic *to be the en,
of it all ? The exter'nination of th
citizans in the neighbo: hood of tb
0 lava beds by the siages so"ms no%
c more probable than :the externina
y tion of the Modocs Iy the Wifitary
s. We.are told that one hundred Orego
volunteers have arrived at the lav
bed.;, and this piece of news is th
most (ncouraging yet received ;. bu
s several thou;and frontieasmen shoul
he imn ediately organized to fight: th
Modoes, in their own way and w ith
opt interferetice of any kind by arm
I Aficers br Indian agents. One thoui
r and such men would be more effectiv
I against the savages than the whol
armiy of the Lnited States.-N. 3
A Y1'lname lltecirc for Galls.
An intelligent and experience(
farmer, rising seventy years of age
residing in Cumberland county, ha
assured us that tiro following oint
ment, if applied two or three times.
day, will cure the most obstinat
wiudgalls. Take pne p-ound of. th
leaves of Stramonium, (Jamestow
Veed,) bruised ; two pounds of fres]
butter or hog's lard, vue gill of th
spirits of tturpentine ; put the whol
of the ingrcdients into a clean earthe
erook, and place it with the conteni
over live coals for twenty or .tbirt
.niinptes, stirring it occasionally.; the
strain it through a coarse cloth or-car
vasF, and it forms a. consistent oint
a ment, with which anoint the wini
gills two or three times a day.
. Fifty dollnrs liqa been offered fc
the above- riccipt.. So says our it
for ma nt, who kindly furnishod it.
JHow to do Dogs,
I r you have a goo)' dog that kill
or runis sheep, and don't wa:t to sho
him, build a pen 10 feet square an
run a pole aeroes the top, and the
pick the largest and oldest busk c
the flock, put him in the pen, gr
your dog with a collar around hi
e neck, and rope to dra w up over th
imiddle of the pole, so that tho do
. will huave~ his forefeet swinging o
of the ground a few inches. Get ou
of the pen, and let the llock give hii
e --:veraml good butts,. and then turn hii
-loose. This~ is a sure cure. 1 tric
o it on may fathers dogs when I was
-boy ; nevecr knew them to evenl er.ol
a field where the sheep were grazing
Supp)osed Allempt at Poisoning.
A fiamily living in tbe upper~ ward
had a handsome cake sentE to ther
yestrdamy, the bearer stating that
came as a present from seine one wit
-whomi they. tvere well acquainte<
Thie eirumstanoes, however appeare
suspioious, and thte cake .was accor<
ingly taken to a phiysician, who ,gas
it ais his opinion that it was poisone<
rIt is supposed thkat it, wvas sont.to tI
young ladly of thie family by.somie or
who desired to put her out of t11
world to gratify a spirit of jealonjih
*The raffair will be investigated.
A Solcnin Protest.
Blefore its adjournment the Del
ware~t Legislature .,passed a. geries
resolutions condemning the policy
the Administration in intorferrit
ewith alffatir8 in Louisiana, and closir
as follows :"In obedienee to,a aeni
of dluty.to .thec people we represori
we ..hereby solemnly prote
aat the aotion of the,.executi1
iiriach. of the Federal Governmie
aver the people of Leuibiana, and e:
dpress .td the yoiplo of that State a
rsurancos of the deepest symnpathies
.the people of D~elaware in their effu
1to maintain their just rights again
usurpation, despotism and tyranny
31- Sllner Gis a liivorcc,.
. Bos-:oN, May. IQ,-The arrang
ment, the libel for -divoreo by ieo
al Charles Suminor againat his wife,
le dhe ground of desertion, cape up f
as aIbdaring iu the Supreme .Cou
as to-day. .I1. P. B3alot appeared i
t, fVounsol for Mr. Sumner, and Sidn<
or Prallet and J. K. Lathrop, for Mi
1e Sumner. Neither lipol nor libella
j. were present, and after hearing ti
first witness Judge (Uall dereed
divoree to Mr. Sumnor on the groul
r- above named..
a- Josenh M. Wilder, y convioted
ad the July termi of the Unitod Stat
.'' Court of robbing theo mail, and se
e- teneed to be imprisoned for two yea
.11 in Columbia, has been pardon'dI
J tho Pre-ident,
Ka ltvx liiters to tlic Frolit.
a It is rumored that the 7th Cav.lry
o has been ordieed from Dakotali to
1. California to take part in the cam
0 paign agaiust Uaptain Jack. This it
: will be rememberod, - id the cow niud
r 'of the gallant Merrill. IWe do hope
. he will be sent there. : He and bib
r bravo subordinatos, who distinguished
it themselves -by slipping up to bousei
, at night aud dragging men out of their
beds in ,this section of the country,
can try their band slippiig up on
Captaip .ack, .Dostonl (Oarl..v, E1.
Ilon's Man, 4ntackuasty Jim, etc., etc.,
and drag them out of their little
lava beds. .The service wonid e
0 tainly be as honorabl.e, anJ, puimhp ,
a little more daugerous. And by aill
V nieani, lot them take along with
tbom Brown, the great, ovorgrown,
mullet-hended Alajor.of the 18gh Il.
0 fanti y. 110, with Ike and .\.ago
Cant les for his gui':e s, o bl. no doubt
hunt Captain .J a sk, I is hole'. T
hunt down better nieu thani himself
is his peculiar f'orte ; ti.-ref.ror it is
that we thiinkha iit ind Jack.
Friend McLure oughit to know
that there is but one w- y of gettinig
Morrill to the lava bedis, a1 tiat
is to send him tied, as lie was wont to
send the alleged Ku Klux. W
a think..that a subscription paper in
D i-York and hoster to send him out. by
Express, pro-paid, would be nuner
o.usly signed. Several signatures
couAl.be got.in.tho future London.
S-So ut hern llome. --
.Mr. Mlarrin, the gentloman who at.
tacked Jay Gould at Dalmonico's
I saloon, in Nv:York, seine days ago,
giviug him a bloody noso, has been
ined two hundred dolmgr, and held in
one thousand dollars bail to keep tho.
OTICE is.liereby given thiose whom it
may concern, that I will, on the 10ilh
(lay of .une, A. D. 1873, at 11 o'clock A. NI.
file my fin'al etauen in tihe Court of Pr.4ba1e
for Fairfiell County. anl ask r a nil
lischn'rge as Mmijiinist rator of t be Jstaie f
Peter' U. Nitholson, d.enseil,
It. WADE 1I1CE,
s nly --x3 Adm'r.
For over FORTY YEARS this
1. PURELY VEGETABLE
Live pedicting.has proved -to be the
Great Unfailing Specific
for Liver Complaint and ite painful off
Rpring, )yspepsin,.Conat ipion,'3sxndits,
Bilions att ack, 8iok - 1Ietin-!,f e,-. colie, D,..
pressiod of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart.
burn, Chills and Fever,'&c ,-&e.
uAf tel- are 'of careful experilmnls, to
I ie'. i gebat and urgent dorband; 'we now
11 produce from our original (GniAP
f dera L
THE PR EPAR ED,
ia Liquid. fern) of Simmons' Liter Reaola
t eo, containing all its wondlerful and ,alu
able pr'oper iies, and .ofl'er it ins. -
SONE DOt LAR BOTTLES,
The Powders, (price as before) $1.00 per
MiP CAUTION ' -9
a Buiy no Powders or P'repaired iitismonb
s Liver Regulator iilens in otar oeigraved
wrapper, w-ith Trade mnsrk, Stamp and Sig
nature unbroken. None ot her is genuine.
J. II. ZE IIblN a. CO..
- 'Macon, Ga., and P'hiladelphia.
SOLD BY Al,! DR~UGGISTS.
a feb l9-y'.
it Notice to Creditors.
b The State or south Carolina, 1'laintiff,
I. against, thle Spa rt iinburg aund Uniion
d nailroadl Company, [tufue TI. McAden,
~. andl others, Crediiore.
e NPUR1SUANCE~ OF AN ORI)ElI AMADE
by is ionr homs J Mackey. Pie
*aiding Judge of the Sixth Circuit, in the
*o above entitled notion, of date 9th May,
0 1873, thme undersigned, Special lieferees,
e w.ilI hJid a reference at Unionv-ille, en the
1 lth and 20th f.days.:of June rne,. as .n
final rulference at Winnfsbo1o, on thbe dd
and 4t-h days of Sept emiber next, for thme
purpose of taking p'roof of. the hlonds,
Coupons .nnd other d-imannds againist the
Spiartanbki*g ned Uniona Railroad Comipa
Ainy bond, coupon or claim not proven
be l ore the closing of the -final reference,
)l will be deba'ered iota receiving any divi
i Oln closing the final reference, the uin
se ersigned are required to rnpuoit, among
oherI things, of the order of prioriiy in
,~ whieh'saidl heads, -cotpoins and other de
it muandfi shalhibe paid..
JAS' M. BAXTER,
It TI HOS. B. JETERI,
. may 18-flx8 Siionial Referees.
Southern Warehouse Colnpany.
Ge(Jrvuai St ree, ne'ar Crernville and Coilumbiat
rt . Railroad,
COLUJMBI A, S. C.,
- SPhtE.P'A RED to receive Cotton af te
pi op'er.y upon .storaige, iail nmake adlvaunces
upon t he sanio. Cot ton sh ipp 'd to this
h'euse'will be stored subijiect. to lhe Ordeor, of
thme owtnr, and 't he IoWivest ia jtige
.for stornge. All property to stored wvill be
Sinnuredci in good reliab tle colinpa'dea,-5..if in.
r auranlce is desired ; anid ni ainces will be
r.made i the lowest hbanb rateti. (bur
a tore-ho-ues are so locat-ed tJint drayn~igo is
not necessry ; and no'char'ge fori hsnding
Ywill he madie, All business cwmmunion.
5 lions should b'c add'r'.et' .6t thm'Tresurer,
rIt . EDlWA1IIOllJEi, P'resigont.
ia EnfimN P. (LA Rt, Troastirer.
a ._mch 2l>-Gm
id CH EAP !CEA CHI EAP !
FINE cheese at 20c per 11).
a'Feuh - ggs 25o per'-dozen.
at Irish Potatoes $1.75 per bbl.
em ap 1,5 .- , BJACOT& CO
TAR ! TA1R ! T1A.R!!!
V JOlHN McINTYRE'S.
.JINE Curbing Stones nt 15 cehls 'pei
a unnsaig foot, or $12 50 per 100 f et.
Also Rough Grautio Blocks. Apply to fth
lant endiant or to JOEL COPj8,
may 20-3 'lerk of Council.
: argains I BargainsI I
SELLINO OUT AT-A ND BELOW
O N account of bad heal th, I am compolle
to Close ity blusintess. All those in.
dlebted in me will come forwir I and sitti
ill. On4-e 'y bOr note. L, nut I hey will
fid (heir aicconi's with a L.awyer for ilm.
:naly 20 A. PI':TTlC;RE'W,
P 1 RO I ) 1110 . ,I
GA IL" E' R' .
]1El Knd rsigined is now 1 ion pr redl to give
his entire itleiliuion lsth cit hrens of
Uiinshoo ami--s'ounding country, in
tak g lis ' illyles of'
V' o 11-. -rn I:hs-,
I ret bin mi d Fer; e I y'>e:t
fron C.,aids ul, t4 1.1 14 4e.
may 20- 11s
Corx'-v C'l.%ll sloxFlus Orrier,
W's1.5neno, S. C., MAY 10, 1873
SE ' LE) prouosals will be receivedI at
this . iunc tilSii SitSurday. the 21t.4 d-y
of June next, to sibIi is bridge over Morri'
Creek on wiat. is known aos the Kinesid
road ; to be consrusctel of iusralde male
rial and citlier wis or witiout rock iast.
ments. Proposals imast be accompnuied
withtwo or itore 'sufl'cient suireties, uni
[lhe tridge inssur.d1 for at least twelve
moiths. Contractor will please enclose
specifications Wiih proposals.
By order of the Board.
maiy 2.--1 1 x cle'.
CoUsTY CC.%la-tssloNsl'ss Os1rIcP,
Ws'ssissao, S C., NAV 19Tu. 1873.
SEA LED propoalis will. be received ht
Ihis office unil tie 21st day of June
nsexi, to builit an'brilgO Over Little River,
kilitwn ri lls Bridge. The bridge to be,
buils hbove high water tunrk. hrt'd contl ruct
ed of durable naiterial. Contenctors woul I
dto Well to visit, the 'spot and exaitto for
themselvesi -nid hand in 1heir propowals
with rpecif3nions nas Io Ohe nature nid
mode of constructiot. Con(raclors Cl
lave the I beriy of selecting sieh ainteriil.
of the old bri'dge i tt i dussrabto', al will
suit. P'oposauls .tmis be necompanied with
two or tsore snaPicieit. susrities and ithe
bridge insured for at least twelve monls.
By order of (te Bonrd. '"'""'"
W. B. PE A K,
may 20-t -.15 xlk,
El0117 pees8 Nillsont" ~stripes, TV:n
'iU\, l'rinte .l ,inena L'sas, Solid
V araiely of' Piqujse TIrimci
aminsg's Silk Finti hed D)ress Lisn.
A E ?,i AS1'TliclJOD8]o
Ouar 8lock In all lines of (Goods i's (Comuplete,
andai manyit at ticles we will close out at a
WITHERS & DWIGHT.
may 15 . .. , . .. .
LL ~ersnms whoe hsavo rceived Ferti.
I).zers froma sie tis yea', rio to~secafully
requesstl'd so comso forwarssd by time first of
A pril, samsi pay all. freigia date thmercon,
anad give Ibheir nete's or Cash, ab'per cots-.
arastt',-for whtat theoy have ri'slved. '
mach 27 , J. II. C'ATI(CA ItT.
'i.O1,13. Fresht Cantdies,
O 0lib. Pnutat s'andy,
20) lbs. Coconnsut'CanIy,
april la2 U. (. DE$POIltTESI &CO.
CORN, BACON, FLOUIR.
(.00 Bashlacs prime whtilo Corn.
li000 Poadis Bacon 43Shes,
1000 Pooasa. Bacon Rhlouldere,
"Floura is: Basgi andi Barrels,
TeI'mn ('a'sla. For Hale by''"
acha 27 JNO, 11. CA'VIICA RiT.
Chairs I Chairs I
Ca0aUl doen 8pslit IiottSom Chailrg lowfo
may I JOilN Alc1NTYRE'.
r WO baV( trrels 1erosenso Oil. The purity fo
Lwhichs is gurt anteced,.
m a U U. ri.BtO1~T1nr3 & ren
r iJ nftention, o fthe Indios is enilkd
Our While c unds OfIatimentl *Whit
ham been1I l:1rgely i ne ren.el :Ianld consis i,
part of 'a l,.0 T'rOCK d '
hlit It a llufI 11ti' liqles, Plain, 8triped all
Checked Ninissloks. Bishop Laiwns,
P'lainl w141 81ri ped. Victoriti Lpwnls,
Whte.lnilile :%old Greenx
Swi.s, Pique Trim
miig, Jaqonet Edgingl "
and insertings, swiss nn:l
Silk les. &c. -
We nlan nwll the attention of the Genthi
men to our
Sll I ntlalGR,
British and TLislo
Threadi Half .ose.
We keep alw'ys oi hanI a full am
nid WilI u'iarnntee sa'isfaction bolth as
to QUALITY AND PIllCE.
McMASTER & BRICE.
BACOT & Co.,
H'AHVi j ' itacived a full assortmen
of Proviiiou Grocertos, Grain, &c., con
sisting In part of'
1000 lushlms Prime White Corn,
260 " " Meal
300 " White and Black Outs,
25 Bales Nort hern fay,
60 . '' North Carolina May,
60 Bales Shucks and Fodder,
60 Barrels Early Itose, Goodrich, Pin
Eye and Pecerlems Potal ics. - -
10 Ulhdl, 0. 11. Baco' Siden, Bulk idc
and Mulk and Iacon Shoulders,
Lard in 26, 10 mld 6 lbs Cane.
265 I1arrels Wqstern Flpqr,
75sacks Augusta 'Flour,-,
76 Sacks North Carolin a? Fr,
16 Bibla Sugar-all Orades,
10 Sacks Coffee-all Kind
25 Ilbis#Sugar Tbuso Syrts
10 "4 Inamily Syrupsi,..
* Now w',Orlens Molasses,
2 TIierces Primei lHams,.
Smoked and ,Pickled Tongues, Fulto
Market, Beef, Pickled Salmon, andii Shiv
100 Pair Traco ibin
o lDouen Pair IJaies,
40 D.osen Tirades Crown Ihoes,
I0iDozen Planters Steel Hoes, Steol Tro;
and Plow Moulds.
25 Kegs Nails, assorteod,'
4 Bojes Collina Axes, Spades, Shovel
andii Manure Folks,
Black Bands and Plow Lines,
Ihorse and Mule Shoes and Horse She
JBSI DES -
A futll Stock of Willoi and Wooden- War
andi at 010ChoiceCt ion of Hoots, Shioes, &e
Conlhsiig of" Walnut, Imitation :-Wa
nut, uAnd Oak, of tha.~ very best qualit
For~ dosign 'and workmanship tut'~quallod
atnd oheap ils can be bantnght, anywibere thi
Bido e'f the uily>-of Nqw rnrk or 141thdIor<
and na ceap an oant be b~ought in Now Yet
or lialimore at retail prices.- 'Everythiin
warranted as representei.--- Mattresse an
1Lumber for anale.'' Call andl see for youi
selvos, as seeing as believing.
FurrnIure neatly repaired at moderal
feb 20 R, WV. PiLLIPS.
Saddles and Harness.
JUiT TO IIAND and will continue
kep'a foII m lin t fhardwvare, Baddi
Saddles,- Bridles, -Brecohing, 'HIp Strap
Martingales,r 8tfrrup Leathers, lHan
StrIngs, Back Dands, Traoes, Ilamen ni
The Plr'nters generally'are Iitled to ec'
imay 18 UJ. 0. D)ESPOTES & CO.
. Fresh Arrivals. .
AF ilr~$, Let o fOabdlos, Jellioq, Pic:
fles, Oysiers, Poaokes, Tostattoe
Git-eon Corn, Salmoon, &c. Just receiv<
-at---M NT E
;BEATY & BRO.
Arc now receiving and have in (tra
aflu1eng oihor articles in their lino.
700 bushels prime :orn,
0 300 h1)shels rresh grto;n.1 al I bolted
h. -. . .- . . .
It meal and heniny.
400 Sacks Granite Mill. Flour, fres'
from the mill, all hrados,
1,000 Gallons MolAsses, assorted kiuds,
16,000 poiunds pry Salt and Baconl C. It.
2 lilids. Pry Stilt Shoulders.
,1 lot fine Sugar Cured llams,
. Car loand foe Timothy Hay. -
All o which will be sold
New and Attraetive A rrivals.
0 UIt 8pring an0 Summer Stock is ro
ceived and confidently submilied to the
inspectioti of our patrons. The lidies
departmeni inal.tding lints, and Ilonnets
trimmed and untrimmod, and a full supply
of ladles Dress Goods from the largeat etab'
lihmenis boug gt'for cash, 'ivith a judg..
mont. cultivatef by experience and a long
acquaintAnoe with the wants and tastes of
our cuslomers. Also a ull stock of mon
wearing nyuerials as liais, 1oo1.s, Shoes
an4 Gaiters. Supplies of Tin Ware, woodea
Ctockery and glaus Ware, Axes, Ies,
plow Chais, Rico, Meal, Salt, Molasses,
Petroleum &c., all on reasonabl lerns.
april 19 . ). LAU[) DAILE.
HamsI Hams ! Hans I
eUST Received a lot. Extra sugar cured
cavassed 1hms, low for cneh by.
R. J. McCARLEY.
A ictGran'o Mills Flour, warr anted.
a pI 19 .R. .l Mc('4 Ii Ev.
L W'OULD respectfully inform my friend
and patrons that I have built. a n
Oven and now in working order~ and ill
furijish F rosh Broad and (,akey eve~ day
at my Confectig ry ~ioxt'to J. 1). A iCar..
loy's : at the samie time would call at ten
( ion to a nice assort ment of French and
Plain Candlos just received.
'Nuts, Lemon Sugar and Syrup, Jo'licA
in Cana, TIubhdra and Goblots, Picktes,
Sardines, Deiled Ham andl Tonguo,
- ALSO- . .
Toys and Fancy Goods, Oring'es nnit
Lemons, all of which I offer LOWV LFOR
h1ankful for pael, hiberal patronage, I
solict, a continuance of the. samto,
D ONT FAIL 'j() CALL
- -ATTIIC-.. .
C LO0THI N G
SWOODWAR & .W,
where you will'find a LAlBGi -and IIAND
I OME4 STOt( of
- C L OT HIN G;
of every St3 le and Price,
;, in Geont,' YVourhq, and Boys Sizes
d.We conatinne rto have Shirts mado r Q or.de~
with gr'aL satisfaction to our (Customners,