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X..co ot I . & A'.lk iiii
(4 Old gatprr, sytdalo r ra
tinlg goo-ls, for saMIJt tlisifile.
M.. Ziou Society--G. If. MoMa
ter, Seor etary.
Now Arrivals--Woodward & Lai
* Hardware-J. M. Galloway .& V
Great Bargains-Landockgr & C
Avacuatioii of Riohmond-J. U.
W. M. Burrow.
M.. \V. R 0-trrison has brought I
the ('01 i , a nl n t l e:ift, i 1,.tu11c of h1
raising. Ir.G rri.si i a goud ga
A tevkre etirm eurdill 0
westrvlila I 1..1 ihe e t'oiiiy o1 Satu
ilay cakning Lreut,
f .1m exailnges th.t it visite. C
We retutrn thanh< to Mnr. ' . I
Ilofo for a presenit or 1i n L. i.h I t
toes w' (him.yei rs growt the finest, u
have .-cenl this te-oon.
The Manticello Grange.
The public instal0.io 011 o .ic
of this Grange took place ye.sterda
Full pirticulars will I;o giveo itn o
Wo are pleased to learn that, i
Directors of the Winnsboro Natio:
liauk at their weekly meet ing ony'
turday, unanitously elected ' oL
young townsmai, Mr. M. C. j" .ber
son, now in Baltimor'o attehdin4 tli
Cotmercial School, out-door cler'.
The uitils havo been Ve.y irregulh
of 1late, and itunay of our ex'han'go
svc becn dela)ed. We have ber
told thit "uther realS fail to mal3
colllctiun; but we don't a ow tI
accouvis for the different iisubn bf tI
t1he Charlotte Observel- re-suhini I
the aeinc day. Attntio Iu 'ma
OGir thanks are due,and are hert
by tenl larod to our friond.of blio Sod
Fountain, Mr. 0. E. White, for b
liberal and generous compliment i
'Jelly Cake and eteeteras. Wo fe
after partaking of it, like the mn;a
who struck Billy Pattorson,-"you te
ler try- ttbat again," or iny oth
Tho Abbeville Press and Banpi
announces the death of Mrs. Dr. E
win Parker,a highly estoemed lady,
The drains inl Charleston and oth
Cities, are being sprinkled with chil
ride of lime. We think that a me
for thte preventioil of diseases shou
be commienced at one. Our citizei
.vill do weoll to see that their lots t
yards are thtoroughuly cle~aned , I
put lime in ugly places.
That Masoiic Goat.
A rew days ago, so we are inifornie
a williat goat was observed in tile a
'of asconding the stairway leading in
the Masonic tlal of thlis place, whi,
tact, oonfirms the belief of tle 'o
servers (certaiti ladies) that the "ri
ing of the goat." is no -longer a hoo
How billy got out we can't itnagir
but it scorms to us thait the person wv
has ohtirge of that genleman shou
exereise greater cauition in future.
The Fire Deparinient.
Trho liberal siibscription of t
citizeris, hav'ing insured thte purcha
of a fire engine, negotiations are nt
being carried on withi different pa
ties, and woe expect to have a go<
enlgine in a few weeks. We tre
that immediate steps will be ti
for the construction of eisterns.
ii the intention of the fire compa1
to put the track they now hirve in t
hanuds of the colored people, who a
raising a flin cojnpany. With
abiindanit supply of Nater aiid an o
gine and truck, we believe wo al1
b)e exemlpt from the ravages of t
fire fieni in future.
Arreet of W, HI. Moa;Esq.
We learn from the Carolinian tLI
WV. Hi. McCaw, Esq'., edit'or of ti
paper, was arrested last Tuesday
a charge of' libel, upon a warrant
sued by Tfrial ..ico Col'omuan,
a ffidavit of one J. Douglass Robe
son, representative frotni Joauf'i
eounty in the Legislature of Sou
darolina. Mr. McCaw appeared 1
fore tile Justice, and gave bail in
sunm of $600 for his appearance.
Mr. A Baumgarten has j'ust oper
a photographic gallory on 'he seet
floor of Ladd's new "Aubestos Bui
i'ng," where he is prepared to furrn
cnstomers with likitnesses of all kinl
[his specimen pictures are very go
gaph, and it is woll to have a tn
one tukey,. oveiy ycur or two, to maT
the cthanges which l Tite may ina
with hi6 "ak-tique
We have for sale at the N ws a
fixnA>L Offioe a l t of Vitle Dee<
Mortgages, Lions on Crop, Ti-al J
tioes Blank@, &c. Those wishi
Blanks can obtain 'thro y applyi
at this Office.
Mr. Jue. Gilbert, who durirg t
war was a member of Company )
8 2d Regirtcilt (Korshaw') S. V. N
Wal wounded in the1o arm in Juno 186
in a ' a tLe n. ar lPetersburg, the r
di1e ws r Se . t I at tho time. 11
e 1 wou1d having n ever healed, a su
r-- e ssfu oper1, 1 t ion wv.'b; 'pe'rfo14tm1el C
e Tueladity by Dr C 11. 11 aIld, as-ist
.y Dr. TA.'. Maldel, about one-thil
of a %hattered iiKe ball and a picco
dead hone wero removed. Tl
operation was t to-dious1 and pAinf
one, rn' iring a' dissection of foi
i,.ches -i leug'i in the direction
e near the -elbow j int. Mr. Gi
bort we are happy to hear is doit
.b 'G1ono.i Thiebes'.
The Charlotto Observer of t1i
r 23th : 'Yerday ei enir
about 6 o'c lock, two white men, nat
d J, 11. anil iVlfiiti Donnelly, we:
arrested a short distance from the cit
e by ohlecrs IIealy and Stephens of ti
pol e0fo~rceq.. i sitrt t ime sinice tli
two en 3tolc two bales ff o tof'
Ma~ckstoeks, S. C.? cold the cott<
ind ed to 1Ancoln county,. in th
C State'. tes.rfs la aid NeD). A
ledge wi!t ,in pur it of taupm, bi
the thiios inanaged to elude thei
and c:sterday afte rnooinwihile the pu
s1ers were in L-incinton, th'o pursuc
got on the cars at .3rcvytrd Statit
and cawe to Charlotte.
Mir. Fi, the eonductor on ti
Caroinai Central PailroadiW t liea
the factt in the case, atne had set
one of the men before; and s> so,
as he arrived hore lodged infornma ti
with gentlemen wh , took out warran
and had tio mceA arroed. The
- were naking away, frou town.pn fo
a and it was some distanco beyond t1
corporition wiie*6 the oficers came u
f with them."
The Observer is mistaken as
a some of the faotA. Theo .ien we
captured near Iiincolaton, N. C.
r A. Donnelly succeeded in making I1
escape; Wii. boneilly was birou'I
to Winnsboro, Tuesday night, and
now iniail. A colored man was a
. rested at Blackstocks: and is Iso
A jail, charjed .gith being imp icat<
in the same affair.
.r The Phrenological iouriial.
The June number of that time ho
Sored montly, the Phrenological, Joi
dnal, maintiiac its character for e
'collenco and progresson. its lo
dtable of contents discloces a freigl
dago at once timely, interestia
and odify ing--Witness-the Baron
Schwartz-Senhorn, a~nd -the Vien
3, Exhibition ; Idmnpresa ElI~abeth
tAmtistria ; Socialism in A merica,
accouuitofC the differenlt cormmunitil
to from the carliest ; .One kind
bl Ghosts ; Emily Faithfuill and ..i
iMission ; Blorn to be Ihanged, wi
.life-like illustration ; a Neighbor
Mine-a t good story ; Riespim ation,
lw o leathe ; thme Into Just
CVon Liebig ; Giving While Living
o0 good advice ; the Science of Music
Id a necessary branch of education; t
Lady and the Crossing-Sweeper, tan
lumytrated tRoom B ooks for all MinA
eto, ..J.'his valable Journal w
commence its fifty-seventh volur
with the .July number. Subscripti
se prce $5.00 a year, or on trial $1.:
wi for six months. 30 cents single nu
r,, bers. S. RI. We is, Neu, York.
The Monticello Grango.
"tt The~ bubmiistftlation of officers
nthi dragc took pac on Firiday la
Ample preparations had been ma
tensule a sucocess, a ('vitittic
had been ispued .to~thp friendg.f t
repatrons throughout t~he Coumpty. '.f
~n dig was efear anid clufte wrm, I
this latter pircumsatanuce causod .lit'
incionveniene, as the cerenmnies wt
econdluced in a guovo of fine. oni
beneatli wh oso spread i , >rtincl
seiats add Aeslis had been arrangedl
the order prescribed in th;o rigu
shaded b (1,etiu arborcoli~
with wreah ad garlands of low,
ansid evergreens, the~ tasteful han
-work of the "sistera." Oison h'isde
rtwas a basket, containing corn, app
tba and flowers, enibbleuiatic of the thi
m iythological divinities, Cores, Poti
By twelve o'clocIf the good peol
of Monticello and visitors from otl
parts of. the County, ( WVingsboro
ed ing well represented)'had asmblt
ad ad then Capft. E. J. Meand,i
Id- lecturerj oppned the gifange with pr
ish or. 11e then innounced that
da. newly elected offcers would bo
ad. stalled by Maj. T. W. Woodward,
to4 .the Winniboro Grange. Msjt We
w war4 came forward and sAid that ho
k Pd eoept,evithp inytatjpnt'6 91oisto
ie upon tlibconJitioa that he should not I
be conipolled:to.dollver an aodess.,
that had he wished so to do hia'pres
i inK duties Would.have)rovented him;
but itat as seine remarks on this oO
casion would be appropriate, he
would introduce a gentleman well
'know' to hi's friends ast Wobotar and a
ten orator, the lecturer of the Winns. 't
bore Arange,AapI.. .(Gaillard.
Capf. Gaillard expressed great msur
10 prise at (his uniexpected honor, as he a
, had posit ively declired to speak. : Ie d
. nommentded his pred-cessnr's conduct 0
3. in imitating the pu1idiospirit pf the. i
illustrious Artemus Ward, wiho Was a
it, willing to s C ifice the last one of 1
h.s wife relatives in the glorious a
oause.. But this djity,t hoyovor, un
d expet tf dly Ihru:t up11oni himl), he. as F
d a patri, could i;ot thii k. lie then t
'f in a Cow elcltint, impromptu. euark.j,
ie spoke of dc tic fr:iniy e:ist'ing f::r
i anit organiz.tion of fiormr.s and th! (
Ir ends they wish to attuini. lie Paid
Li hlat Libo whole system formerly exist- 4
ing at the IoIb tpuded ti individual 0
civilization, but that alit'0gh t'Als It
produced a glorious type of mankii,d,
the receti changes through which our
10 'land b'l"passed, have destroyed that
g individuality. At t11i preseut day
1- every liject is P'complished by or-i
e ganized t'ffort, hailroads'and canals.
y and all the great monuments , of in
e dustry have been completed only by
le co-operation of capital and labor.
It :That in obe(ioiec to this universal
n tendency of the tiieii a tpovement
Il a bcen inaugurated to unite tho
r- the farmers, which movament is now
t ~e'ping over the (iungth and breadth
, of the land. le then c'osed after a
r- other remarks un th'e order of Pa- g
d trons of Husbandry ,
.1Ma" Noodward then, aaalsted by
Capt.-Gaillard, duly installed the of- d
e icers elect. After which .1. K. Davis, i
d E'g., tihe newly elected master, was
n escorted to .his seat and delivered an '
Il address, of which .thp following is a
In synopsis.: He 'thanked fhe patrons for -
t- having elected. bim a second time to
ty the oflicepf maste. . Hofelt sensibly
At the weight of responsibility testing
ie on him . and1 his ipooa'ac!t".- to die
p chargo the duties of the office, and
had he consulted his personal wishes
o lie would. ha've desire"A the ohAeq to go
re elsewhere. But havipg been r.nani.
J. mou.-ly chosen, lie cou'ld not refuse..
is Ile promisedf,aithfully to .dischat-go
[t his duties, hIoping for forbearance for
r- Wherever great good has Ibeen ac
in complished it has 6on ficoqmpliqhed
by corresponding efforts. For eVery
work to succeed thoro must be a good
loader and good followers. HIe there
fore entreated the co-operation of
r. overy member of .the grange. Holy
.- Writghe precepts of gature and the
gexperiece of every day lile p~roclaimi
t- "By the sweat of th y brow thou shalt t
geat bread." E~ven Adam was not suffer..
ofed to sit with arms folded, and wviti a
,pipe in bli riuth~ idling away his'
ftime. Neither can we exp>ect this.
iiThis, however, was .not .de, -time to
~lecture the patroins; he would there
offore wait until..they we within the
Gh walls of the grailge.
of~ Ile then addi-essed afew remarks to 1
_oder lreet not belonging tQo the
orer_10s-aid that similar .organi-.
zations had long existed, but nothing
be was accomplished until about eighteen
I- months ago in the northwest. lon
lias now oiic Iuadgrafges, and at
a recent nceeting of the State Grange
an preparations were made for the at.
i0 tendance of a thousand delegate.5
'- from nll parts of the State. Such a
body of men could not fail to accom
pliisi good. Instite South thia order
of i.s spreading. Through thle activo~ex
,t.' ortions of liin estecmed friend, Gol.
Je I). W~yatt AMken, abqut oie hundred
ne and twenty five granges hsuvo been or
he ganized in South Carolina. Some of'
ho thiose, he,.regret aed (9 asy,,wero not isa
ut a flourishing offdftIon. Pe~rhaps Col,
,Io Aiken had raised tho' bopes. of the
re patrons too high,' and disasointment
:sj rAeeA f it isp of, seal.. The in.
les elemency ,p thip .*int ,Soqfieon lhad
in also prevepited the ladies fromattend
Ia,. ing,,nd, tlheir absenee 9atsed 0,he in
as terest of the male members to flag.
ed ieo was bteudnedtath 19 ti
Iri- Ioo ,Gag .sho'uld ,net. perish ;, it
li-abold e alive, working organization.
HkIeretofore farmers have had no se
les~ eret organizargs. ,Tiito.,.their clubs,
eCo and agricultuiral socileties, the~y had
i- admitted friend and foe, and of course
there, could b~p no concert ..of,aotiop.
>lo. lut this order suppliqs [he long, felt
ecr w.antbj ensuring seerecy a,~4 unit?
bie- of action.
d.i As ti me ta * aitind (o eou& on
he 'mhor matt~ters lhe oonolud~ed-by tirank;
y-o and Maj .Wqodfrarfl for his labors,
headhis hearers for their attention.
in- Ho invited all present to partake of
of refreshments which had been provi
.d- dod by the ladics and honed or the.
floso. tho diy to convinco I
riends'ila tho orqjer is capable
>rodudiing sheineloasroe, if np profi
..After t short interval, linper, w,
nnounocd. The gretestL.abuude~n
if substantial.'.and ..dqlicacies hi
oon provided, and though all tl
pi~itQrs, an4 espeially... 'fl
oyO," Jid their best,'ithey left novi
'I, basktfuls of "fra ments" on tl
After dinner, (as also before, a;
uring the oeremonies of the morninj
overal gentlemen faom Winnsboi
iscoursed sweet nusic. Later in til
vening, a.good r-viny pf the y.0:r
eople ad'jlou. ned 'to t1o - Acaden
nd induifad in d: eiig. Tie .m,
ig rays of the sin at i1t, aditionishe
i that the time f.,r dispersing ha
rrived, e.nd afterscordinI adiets, 1I
atroit. antd their vijitu.l retutined t
The whole aff.ir' w'as a complol
C S- .d io)t ainju-eotIiat *ocajr ran
mar tihe pliCasnre. of, til oeen.io
The I ac al in behalf of himself aI
lhe other~ viitors, returns wnon
!t tlanl. to tie 'pat'-ns for ti,ei
cspit ali ty..
The officers elected 1are as fillo yS
J. K. Davis, Master.
Jio. W. E.lans, Overseer.'
E4". J. Meanls, Legu rer
f.T. Dawkins, 1- te yard.,
J'. M. Ilodgej Ass. Steward.
. 8. Lupo, Chaplain.
'. V. Rabb, Treasurer.
11. M. Zealy, Steretary.
.1. D. Goree, Gatekeeper.
Mrs-, J. K. 1Xabl, Corel.
rs. h. IN. Mart'in, Pomona.
Mrs. Dr. 11. W. Owen,;, Fora.
Ms. T. Rt. Bell, J4ady Ass. Stem
OTICE i- hereby given those whom
may concern, hait LI will, onl I lie 10
ly of June, A. 1). 1878i at, 1O-01lock A. N
e ny finaal returen in Ito Court of Probat
r Fairfield County, and ask for a fini
schargo as Administrator of the Estate
eter C. Nieholeon, deceased,
I. WADE BRICR ,
may 0-x3 A d m'r.
For over FORTY YEARS thi
LLer .Medicine lass proved' to be the
Gieat -Uifailing Speciflc
>r Liver Complaint atnd itH painful ei
pring, Dyspepsia, Conslibalion, 'Inuaindle
iliouq attack, Sick lendnehe, Colie, D
reasiona of Spirits,, Sour Stoiancha, Ilear
urn, Chills anad i'ever, &e , -&e.
After years of carefual experimeals;
acet ai gre~at and urgent demand, we tie
r'oduace frm cur' original [Cenuin. Io
Liquid foin .o eC itymppst.. Lirer , Regul:
or, conaatann ral ris wonderaful and ,sll
ble properties, and olfer al in -
ONE DOt LAR BOTTLES:
'he Powders, (prico as before) $1.00 p
Sehat by mail,.$1.04.
Buay no Poaidhrs o r P'reparedl Shimmor1
,lver Rt9gulator unrless in our engt-av,
rapper, with Tr ado nm~urk, 81arnap and Si
acut'e unb'roken. -Nonae other is genuaine
Macon, Oa., and Philadelphia.
SOLD BX :ALl, DRtJGUISTS.
fe b 9.-y.
okiios to Cralibts..
hie State of SouthI Carolina, P'lainti
nyninst the Spartanbur'g and OUni
kitilroa-a, Compnany, .Rutfds T'. McAdeI
N PURSUANCE OF~ AN ORDER MAI
1Lib is II onor Th'lomngJ. Ma~egoy, i'r
ldinge Jiulge of the0 Si~sth CircUAt, in '
above enititled action, of (halo 9thi Mn
873, theo uniderasigned, $pecial lReferre
will htold a refer'euipe at Unrionville, on i
Ihtth andl 20th diays of June next. andr
inl referenace at Winnsboro, On- theo
and 4th days of' Septembaer 'nelc, for't
'trposo of taking proof of t-ho Io.
jouhpons~ and ofhiar dl'sh~npis ngainst I
i artanburg and Untion Riailroad. Comel~
Any bond, coupona or claim tnot prov
>t fore ihe..olosing. of ihe final referent
cill be debarred Irom i-edeiving any dIi'
lend. . ---
O~n closing the final reference;..the ii
c1raigned are required t o repoet 6 amb
tthori thijtgs o theo ordeor of priority
rhichi said bbnds;- oupons anad other (
nande shall be paid'
JAS. M. BAXTER,
-TIIOS. 11. .JU''gTR,
miay 18--flx:3 Ppcial Referee,.
. For Salk.
INEs ('urbing 8taones ni"15 cents j
running foot, or $12 f>0 per 100 fe
lhuo Hnugh Grante Blocks. A pply to
utiaanat or to JOEL COJPE8,
*,A Rfri' Barganit.,
N lgntone.horse Carriage, vi'l
*ur cvr seat, capabl e of, holdi
outr'rt-sonst c6tnvenietly, light b9t. stre
a offer'e4~foan slo.. It Is almost- as'ede
is ne'w, ind cart be lio'itbf.'for less thahi hi
rhtat'ft cost. "A a ply' o Shb euibserlberr
he New Jewte!ry Store below Ladd's ll
nig. s -a. J. 8. CONNOR,
T hresKerose'neOil. The purit y
mar 6i U. 0, m)EPOntyS & rOn
of CouNTqc:Xt ISitiolig trl I
t. W is f#M Sw C., May19, 1873 -'
s Llpt.opc" let will be received at
thi* Afisop. itil atbrdty, the 21st dy
;e of June next, to 'Juild' a'brie ever Morti'.'
Creek on what iq-known as tho' KincAtil
"read ; ito- be oonatlrtetod of durable ninte
10 Vial and Ol1er wh or without rook 'abut.
ro ments.' Pro'posaii dals be accompanlel
r t w or'more siufloletat inrettaih natt
r- lor rdge- itteatrea fdr' a0 leaist-P-weife
te months. Contrdotbr will please enolomo'
speiecatlons *lth prejoalg.
By order of:tll Board. '
d 4 - -- W, B. PEA l
May 20-tlx6 0ek.
COUNTY CoOUNT a'ons t o ,
We '''" "Oa, F C.. MAY 19'rr. 1878.
SEALED proposals will be received. at
h 11f0i- e until the 2 ipt day of Jgne
iext, to bIild a hilaige over i:tlbr Rlvdr,
kiowni ~mA lWl's ltrirge. The brilgd'to be
bil Ib e" hi wisi' hark. and conttirueod.
'1 i'd of durable matesitl'. .'Chaira jel.a wMlTT
do well to ihilt life Npinami n ezAtitirto "or
themselves nmd -lnnld in 'their propo-al
'e ni *h , specifientionas nil to the ,atine And
Oj uyodq of eaisruatoion. Cositr.mcor' can
Ian"he I ry 4FI'lycling idch mnaf'dtel
ot he ld hidge' I1hr. is 1rab4e 'awnil *1il
e uit. Propaa'mmls mna'it be fecompunied niti(
i wo or more siflicient suarilies and thela
d boridlge i.'talla,- fair qa loast I welv e nlqeth Is.
1y torder of the flinril.
W. B. PE AKB,
d may 2o-tlx5 Clerk,
- To,Vallull~j e 90ks
'C E'(E and the ll1bile, -ordt f.l 'WontB-.
fui Workis of CretiI ol. in whinh Solence
tnd [ie word of God walk together through
a1ll the ena0011 of Natirp,
e ~ .11 .,Ulf ~
HOW to M.ake tlie ilm Pay. I A prAc
ical w.ork on Agriculture in nil its de.
partmnenti, apIdoable to all sections of the
Ui~uop. a -- r
-Thete Weorks are sol:1 ohly by- ngents.
Apply to the ngent for Fhirfield nt tie New
Jewelry Storp below fandil's bif ld .
may 0-tlwkhim J. S. COilN ll
AR R IVA L S.
- T lE nltentiron ofthe adig---talle to
ourWhite ood De~rtentwhich
has been large '-itiorbNi'and cusiists ill
Part of a LA110' 4TOCI( of
While and uliff Pillues m, Plai, 8triped amnd
Checked Nansooks, Bilh6p Imwns,
Plain and 8triped Victoii Lawns,
White, Buff, Illue ana' Green
Tarlians, Illain an'lot ted
'Swim., Pique. Trim
milis, Jadolet -Elgliugs'"
and Indeoinogs, 8*ise and
SiMk Ties. &a. '
We abdo call time attention of the Gentle
men to our
S, S hin* s..
n adin 0 nze
Thread H' 11os0,
e~ lieep always on Ihand a fiti 1 ad
and will tgainrnntee ar'idnotionl bothm as
to QUALJITY AN)) PlR1t1J,
s. wOUL.D rei'pectfitlly inform my frietdt
110 aind pat4.opts thsat I haveobtilt, a new
a- .lwen- nnd nb-i lan-*erking order, En'd W111
fuirnishm Frdsh firead and-Cika~ e~rery anmy
an1 at my Confconary'mext t o 'J.I D. McCara
e-. iys;- at the samte tinte wotmld call attens
' t.Ion toa iceo Asshortmenti 4~f Fronch and
P'laimi Candies jmust rucoeivt.u.
nlb, ...a,. , 1
e- Nmute, Lemon Stugar andI 14yrp, 'Jeilies.
ln ttins. Tualers and Goblels, -Piektes,
Barudine", JDeviled Ilam n'tfmd Tohngue,
't'eys and4 lancyood'~ ,' orag end
Lemons, all of which L offo LOW Folt
T-haakfual for putt ,1,bth'al, patronage, J
lie soliemt a conieumancn,q( the saots a.
It-ioaho, aro e Frfi.
,s1~.eys from tpe .dhis year, are respeofdmly
veot@ested to Soe'efo~whtd -by te firtst of
dt A pr-41 and pyall' freights dum imereory,
and give- thir- notes or Casth, uidper con,
trao6, for what thoy have recelved,
moinh 27 ..J. H. ,CATHPA RT.
-TAR! TAR !! TARU!!
aw 'yJOHN McINTY~lE'.
HARD WAR E
E.HAV- Just received a lot of stier'or
DIXON SW E1PS,
Outr Stocl4, alreatdy LA RGE
anud FULL, is receivini
We Mr llud ware a
Jo M. GALLOWAY & Ce,
TiE EVAC.TION OF RICMON, VA.
By (len. LI: AND Ilis Anatv, A-tuitr. 2, 1865.
A now aud- beautiftal Engraviig 1.x18
inchesin size. (len. Leo ' Army cro.ning
hlle Ja'ine 1ver, the cit of iimnon.
fire '4Wd ?UnfipIlVr Iuingi' wh'cl '1puke
this picture a geti' er Art-, one-which li ul.
hing in the parlor otevery SbVt hrn ime1.
Sont bor qiIl i wountid on ia roller and po.
paid, ouauroceipt. of 20 cents, or 3 for 50
Cen1t. Address . .
J 6. & W,.M. BUIliow,
Ptablishierg, Irlstol, Tenn
Agents wanted Itse ll pilitres, Bo<ks,
Ch arts, &., &c. Fron $3 to 1 p'r day
can enuiey beomado. 8end for privato terms
maw 24 .
Come and onvned,
LAN D E CK E R'8
VO 9d Pitern, in
Phitto Satiu Stripe.
J A PAN ESE LPINELNNS,
A. *t T
It Qd* ud PrACIPSl
Alb n' large variety of
C6lared 'AI pa r.,
S 'triped buln
S n Ha ~dRNansooks.
Swiss $1aslius. '
11l of wyInch we Defy
Ladies Calfr Skins,
Ladies8 Foxed Oh:tors.
L.A.E G-E sTOOc
Childrens Shoes, all Styles".
IVE US A CALL.
*Now and Attractive Arrivals.
()( Ult 8pring an4' Bunmer Sitook ly roe.
eied~c andI con fludently submittedl to the
ihstpoctiort of o'ur patrons. Thle laies~
4epatrtmnent. including hlats, anid Jionn1eta
't'irmmed and iairiujinoil, and a~ full'supply
of Indies Dress Oodds from thmolargest ejiali..
fishmente bought for ensh; withI a judy.
ment. cultivated by oxperienco and a~ long
acqluaintance with the wants anti tastos of
our1 customers. Also a fuall stock or mies
wearing tuiterlals as flats, Boots, Shoes
and (Iaitors. Suupplie or Tin Ware, woodlen
Crdkem'y attd klass'Ware, Axes, lloes,
plow Ch,ains, Rice, Mecal, Snlt, Miolasses,
Petrolennm &c., all on reasonabile terms,.
april 19 -1). LAUl)1l D)A i,.
Nams I Hams I Hams I
UTReceived a lot Extra sugar cured
cavamsod Hams, low for ch by.
Rt. J. hicCARLEY41.
4 ~l.Q ranite Mills Flour, warranied
11%updrsinedisnow preparced to give
bis ntie atenionto the citize'ns of
Winosboro and 'mrrounding country, ini
tek i ag l tles of '
*Porcel'ain and Ferrooyypet
from Cards ,Up 6 Life Rize.
A F/R68sl Lt, o' Candles, Jellieq. P'ick-.
D les, Oysters, Peacbos, 'fo'nitoes,
Grevn Corn, Salmon, &e. Just rece:ivedl
at ' aioNTYRE
4000 lbs. Shor'ts,
41000 lbs. W heat Bym-111
T. I. ROBERTSON
BACOT & 00,
H[AVE jst received a full assortmen
of Provisions Groceries, Grain, &Q., con.
sisting in. part of
1;000 Bushels Primo White Corn,
250 " " Meal,
100 P ,Whilo and Blaok Oats,
25 3nle Northern Hiy,
60 - North Caroliun Itoy,
60 Bales Shucks and Foddor
60 ,aUrrels, Early lloro, Goodrich, Pink
Eye and Peerless l'utai ves.
10 Illds. C. R..-Baco- Sidos, Bulk eldeq
and Bulk and lIn'uou Shouldors,
Lard.in 25, 10 and 6 lbs Cans.
25 larrsels Wentern Flouxr,
75 sacks Augusta Flour,..
75 Suckcs North Carolina P r,
15 libIs Sutgar--all (firades,
10 Sacks Coffee-all Kinti
25 lBbla Sugar Ilonso $yru
4 ." New O)rleanu Molasses,
2 Tlierces Prime Hamrs,-.
Smocked and Pickledl Tongues, .Fult on
Market Beef, P'icklod. Falmoii, land Shad.
100 P'air Traco ('haus
El P.ozun Pair Ilmames,
40 Dozen [Brades Crown hoes,
10 Dozen lanters St col hlocui, Stool lron
and P'Jow Moulds.
25 Kegs Nails, aissortoed,
4 hboxes Collinia Axesi, Spados, Shaovels
rand Manure Folks,
Back Uanrds aind Plow Lines,
* lorse and M~ulo Shmoos andi Horno Shoo
A full Stock of Willow and Wooden Ware
and a choice selection of Uoolst, Bhaoes, &c.
aPBIJNG A19D SUMllMIR
WALK IN LADIES AND GENTLBMEN.
I/fcLaidgiin & Co.
Y'JN chectie nI 20o por lb.
L. lFr'h Eggs 25u' per dou.n.
'Irirh Pbomaboos $4.76 pear hlh.
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