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0: Old papers, suitablo for wra
'Ting goods, for sale at thisofliec.
Parade of the llook & Ladder Con
pnny next Tltrsday, 19.ha instant.
Send us your Orders--Ludden
Bates, Savannah, Georgia.
. Shoriff Sales-L. V. Duval
Sheriff of Fairfield Oonnty.
Tar ! Tar !-Juolh niitttyre.
Ch mgo of Scheldulo.
\VO give this morning the no
Flpcedule which went into effect 0
Mondav, Ju11ne 16i h. The night train
itro di.-.co - ihued.
hie rematin.i or ex Gov. Orr pa so
through here otn Sundiy ill ciargo <
i de4putttation of thirty-seveh gonlfth
imn from Anderson, 1ad othe
Mr. McMtaster has a full foun
'ployed in rebuilding the Thespia
Hall, and tih- eurk will ere long b
Moonlight Pic Nd
The young people of town had I
moontlight pic nit on Spurriet's HI'A
on Monday night, and pias3ed a'defighi
A Leu tion.
We call attention to be advertise
ment. of Mr. JoIt A. ItRobertson i
another column. We trust oar friend
will tssist Mr. Robertson In recoVer
ing his lost property.
a tVe regret to chronicle the death c
an infant son of Mr. 13. Sugenhieimei
of the firm of Landecker & Co.
pympathize with Mr. Sugenheiner i
Mir. Isaiah T. G!-,l den has brough
to tlis office sevoralear; of fine corn
This it a superior variety, hardenin
tkinety days f'rom planting. 'ihe car
are remarkably well filied and of ex
A goodly number cf the gon'tleine
of Winnsboro had a barbecue Thurs
day, at Woodward's Mill.-.Havin
passed the day quite pleasantly, the;
reached home just in time to esoap
. Our thanis re due Mrs. F. Geri
for a present of fine Irish Potatoes
fifteen of which weighed six and
half pounds. This has been a a
mnarkably fine year for potatoes. Th
wet Spring has caused tliom to gro1
with groat luxuriance.
Has created many a new busfeo ;
Has enlarged many an old busines
Hase revived many a dull business
Hias rescued many a lost busipess;
Ha srved mny a failing business
Hasprseredmany a large busi
And insures success in any busines:
.A party of gcntlemen, carryin
with them the boat, the "Maid of th
Nist," recently buiLt, and which is
little beatuty, set off W'ednesday a:
tnoon on a fishing eldursion on tlh
W~aterce Rtiver. They anticipate
jolly te, and expees to catoh lets<
fishes and cooters,
This flue thoroughbred horse is no
in town, lie was one of the fleoci
raeeors in Col. Bacon's stables, hi
was severely injured at Saratoga tw
years ago by falling during a rae
owing to some defect in the track.
Col. Bacon recoivod $,000 for danr
The Sunday Citizeli,
\Ve are in receipt of the first Inn
boers of t~he "Sunday Citison," recon
Jy established ini New York. It
an Irish paper, ogtaining itois fro
"both sides of the sea.'" I wi
doulbtless prove of interest to the sot
of the Emerald Isle on this continen
'he numbers thbis tar Yont deve
There is an old nego woman nei
Ridgeway formerly 1.telonging to ti.
late H~op. E.s. G. Palmers yho is 11
years old. Her birth is re corded
the old family .hronlIo and bied
date 1763. She still retains ha
faculties, and is now able to hoo
rquarter of an ace of cotton a day.
On Saturday morning the R1ev.
P. HI. Elwell was suddenly taken) i
while returning in his buggy towar<
Ridgeway from filling an engagemen
Hoe reached home insensible and wi
delirious until next morning. XV
are glad to hear he is improving.
Several other severo eases of tyjshoi
avsentery have boon renorted.
Mtajor E. C. McCluro of tile Che
ter Reporter was , mrricd Monda
.niight to ,Mis. Jano flylie, da1ugh ter <
Dr. Wylie of Cl:;ter; Rev. W. I
Campbell peiformitig the, ceremon:
Our wartilost coigrntul.itions at
horeby tondored to the galh1:nt Mjc
YU this jgousi Occasion, and 11e. h
our best wishes for his future hapj
Death at ~tiglz0;4y-f6 0.
Mr..Samutel Simnpmon died atE l'ide
way laist MoLilay morning of ili
mation of the tommlach. 1 %%3i It 11.1
tivo of Iroland, b~ut frou hisi lon
yo jdeneo in Americ a we !pil- identi
fied witi hcr inttoiets. During th
revolition he, at cotsideral o sacri
0ic to himself, took ipl) arion for tl
South, and acted well his pari.
f1 ila all honIest mlan, an11d a tril
r riend. May ho rest in pe.
'Tle liro Ddpartient,
There sectus to be a lull in tho fir
ddpart'ent. A fe'w weoks ago a sub
sa sription was raised to purchaso w
D engine, and the Council determined ,
coustruct cfsterns. at the o'ngin
has not yet comc and the eistei ns ar
not commi.ced. A ,uggestion wa
offored to suplly water from Mr
Preight's taLk. T1i plan seemed i
ve)-y good one indeed. We hope ou
citizens will die'ide on' way or th
other-either for caternsor hydrautc
A fine *talk of ootton hanR beot
brogi'it f. t Nce. It was tako
from a twenty-ie-aaro held of 'cott
belonging to Capt. Wi. McCully.
Tgo Atilk measureli eighteen inches i
length and contains fourtoen square
The whtolo.field is romarkably fine.
We regret that this is not a specime
of the averags crops in the Counti
In some piaces corn is looking well
Judgeo W. R. Robertson and lRev. P
t ft. Vann have remarkably fine Peld
- of corn. In many places corn lia
been neglected for "otton, amd couse
a quontly is suffering.
Constitutionality of the Ku Klux Tax,
Judge Mackey has just filed his d(
cision in the case of Jas. M. Rutland
vs. II. A. Smith, County Treasuer
Judge 1iitland. brought suit againE
.Mr. Sinith for the recovery of his 1i
i Klux Tax, on the ground of the un
conatituitionality of the law.
. J. Nei.l, Esq., Trial Justice, de
oided. in favor of Jad'ge itutland.
Mr. Smith appealed to the Ciroui
Court. Judge Mackey decides i
1 favor oftho6 validity of. the law. W
have been informed that the case wil
be carried before the Supreme Couri
Around Tom n,
There were several dog fights i
town yesterday. As.a general rule t
birggest one whipped.
There is a 'great searcity of cgg
and chickens in the market.
The streets are being greagIy in
prove'd in sover'al places. There
. still, however much room for improv<
, Notmuc doin in town. The1 fai
mesaokept sobusy bya the grat
that they cannot come in.
g Mt. Zion school has been furnishe
with folding shutters. The echo<
roo's Isuone of the best in the State.
The Bank is doing a flourishia
Some of our jail birds have c r
gilar.'atny meoeting every:dnmy. The
are evidently not blessed with tb:
gift of singing, and we would recon
monal silent devotions to them.
We clip the folowing fromn 'ani c:
change . h
- "We aro lesed to noto thatt
University of North Carulntia has cot
forred t.o honaorary doereo of I
L. D. upon our fellow citizen, Dr. I
5,... Gaillard, who at puresent so abl
and acoeptably fills the position<
Rditor of the Richmond and Louis
-, villo Medical Journal,,. and Dean<
s tho .,1Paoulty~ of Louisville Medici
n College. Tho honor is a merited om'
a ~pwotthily bestowed. Dr.Uaillar
-rans among the first of his professio
IS as a miedical writer and practitioniet
t. and 1/is pmang friends will. be gratille
y at:th15 additional. recognitiou of h
moerits and abilities."
SDr. , daillard is well knowni
r, Witnnsbore, ie passed several yea
of his youth In our 9 idst, and.studit
meodibine in .the ofleie of Dr. T.'
0Robertson.' br. daillard was pra
~- tising ,in Now~ Yerk boforo thoc war
but immediately on tho . gooeusion
*Soutli Carolina, returned home anc
tenjdered hsfs sofvfeeos Lo the goveri
mont. Tie lost. ai atm at Sove
Pines whilo on Gon. Kirby Smith
-. staff ; and w~asjubseqixongy appointe
Ii Inspoetor of Hospitals. Since the wi
Is ho has been a professor in variot
I. Medical Colleges,' and is also edit(
in of theo Richmond and Liouisvill
e Medical Journal. Dr. Gaillard hi
- probably done more than any oth<
dman to advane the cause of Medici
Journalism in America.
T- The following note was pifeliet
up by gentleman in a certain iortlot
of this Uounty. It is probably t'hi
offusion of a colored goinnian. We gi-.
it verblml'a, <d lihtemlim :
"'Par M iss- A fler days have glid
o id slowly by and f ter giving dc
useditatioi to a subiict, worthy of -c
riolpi tliouglts have tiendenvlulid tc
rito you a fow lines and Mliss Lh:i
after refleet ing upon t he subject deeml
it r- dyii U disu'vng upot ie to rde
anl ap1o0liiiC fo. i ' a11n1d Miss Suec
condu ct on Iaist S.Lbbatlh Ihoigh per
1llninic to -t Ito in my outset that I
do feel cm11arryiod in acting so di,
tant to you 1 c you wi!l not think
t prudent onl my p) trt. for violatiing
Vthe rulos Qf etikot and reindmncat ;si
I was in] i11 Sus03j conipany anl
also yours i li.s ILiza from thoi ii t
o nfilieI)cc thi:tt I plee in a La1d:0 or
your calrility hoi.ig yo will you aup
m1inle and111 s .<.;t. a 0 li i ( for 1-1u 1r
coindlict on t oi bhlt h hope thi s noto
%will Iee, yo lu:- ap. roba tion w i Ib a Ctii'
dial reCetL .aid als a redly in refei
ance to acceltinig our apollgie.
Yaours it uly,
Ralroad Accident -irov iduntial E .capo,
The .oul.hijrni bouid train oi the C.
C. A. It. It., on Saturday ight had a
providential csespe from destruction.
r That aftorroon there was at heavy
rain storm on the line of tho road
above Chester. On that portion of
road there is a long low einbankient
soveral hundred 3 ards long, with a
i culvert at eacl end. 'ho colverts be.
t3ieo choked with trash,and the waters
r):o till they washed over the em
Sbainknent. Finally tho cuivorts were
blown out, and two chasms, each of
- about tenl fect in width, were fo 111ed
U under the tianuk. The section mia.ster
left a hand to warn the trains of dan
gor, but i became intoxicated and
left his po:.t. At 11 P. M. the train
ieamno da..hing by, and before the en
gineer was aware of danger, the whole
train passed over the chasm. The
train iias stopped, and oi examina
tion it *was found thit the stringer
supporting the track had their cud
resting on either bank. Over thi.
the whole train had passed. The sec.
tion master then appeared and gaye
notice of the other wash out. Thi
was examined and it was discovered
that the joints iu the stringers witl
inmediately over the wash. Had the
- engine gotten on this, the whole
t train would have been wrecked.
Several hours were conisumed in re
pairing the damage. From the state
ments fNrnished us, the scction mas.
ter and train hands were guilty o
criminal carelessness and should bc
pun ished .
13 Ilrri'jtlig's listillituti g W umnua.
In IHarrisburg thiere is a fascinating
awoman who han beetinl married four
times within ten years, and ther'e arec
-lat least a dozeun men so anxious to get
'her that they have repiained baiche.
lors in the hope that hrer last husband
would follow in the footsteps of hi~s
illustrious pr'edecessors. Sure enough,
-a few weeks ago the mian died, rand
s all these fellows began immediately
to prepare for oponing thle camplaigui
ag; inst the widow.
i One mlan, named Iljyde, determined
a to have the fir'st chance ; so lie jam.
mied himxself into the widow's carriage
g on the way home from, the funer'al.
Titking her' hand and looking with
*tender glances upon the handherchief
'into which rsho sobbed her dutiful
y toars, lie aked her to bie his-d
o let him taho the place of the dear
. departed, and to comfort her ill hecr
bereavemenit. .Thme, widow removed
her' handkor'chief, blew her nose gent
ly, and said:
, br.Iydo, I should gladly consid
cr ouroffr, ndper'haips I might
haveaccpteditbutyou arc too late:
c tho ininister proposed to me in the
'- grave yard while y'ou werec lowering
- the collin, and 1 said 'Yes I' Burt I
'will tell you wh at I will do :I'll give
Y you the fir'st chance after lhe (lies !'
Afri. Ilyde said lie would wait.
if "Mirs. ~Jinks,"' said a little r'ed
il headecd girl, with a pug nose atid bare
,, feet, "Mother says you will obloego
d her1 by lendin' her a stick of fire-wood,
nlfill this ei uet wihvinegar, puttirn
a alittle s,>ft saap ini -this pan ; hnd
4 please not lot your turkey gobblera
3 roost on our fenice.".
. Muldr tnid Stiicide in Yadfkln Coin ly
4 . North Carolina.
S On Wednesday, John1 Iloleoomb who
d had not beep. married long, became
Sonrsged atV hih wife, Prhma hloleomnb,
on 0acncount of the inltimlacies which
had grown up betwcen.heu' and,a mua
or men in the nigliborhlood, and ,on
ilast, Friday . anorning, taking his is~
d tol7 emnptied the contentsi of lfour bar
. r'ele; into her body, kilinhg her inistitnt
Sly. lHe then,after calling a. muan to
witness the deed, killed himmsehf, fall
nieg across the dead body ot hip wire.
r Tho humorist of' the Dasnburry
News sensiibly declines an invitation,
'" backed up by abundant shokolnt, tc
r goito Giolham. . loe says . New York~
e life is like fresh oranges, but it. very
a ganiokly sucks them dry and thirowi
G reenm corn )as made Its appearane
It is said the Texas Pacific Rail
road is the richest corporation in th<
world ; that beeides the recent rcer.
vations of the direct route via )allas
in Texas, it will own about 8,000,00(
ofhures oil the ol'd Memn plis and E
l'at rotiNt from Jeffer.tron, and im
llielnse graits In th Torritor ies 1i
California, :1nd that the syill ite
wilith Col. Soutt fornied, commane.OId:
,p tj),totut,)out. . . .~ .
A creditor in the e4 Ucrit pa:It (11
thIo 0.uto IreeivCd i poostil 11 wietAl
rad : "lIlsee lit <d rn led t11 chlee!
fr $10p0, which ) ou ill p -: to It"
Ifor :hn chee-k, .ht is reiiedii eIl
J oshil lis'ltrwhichss lo an-I thll .I -m
"Oenlouse'j pleaze fi~ld 1if a
A Coct.nictiut railr oal cotlee r
liaa received $2 Unto y thei will vr t
gratel'u ld y I, e p-r.
80111U - )0111. Orders.
A. d hep iill mai ye.tt r etI chC1arge .
./ pcu :anlen cpy of t he .u*ser .1I
.uearna Coianiniitig $1 .00 worth ofa :Iaele
mu)1 si C, I (',e Ibter wVi Ih ('ur clu.-orm, (if
.4he0t ItIus o \u i luIlhpl ate
ttalcgue ruli reducecd lricu> (f pih:uCI3
18o Nl:oni 1a.1 Ilbilill OregansM. Pric
lk 4'of Vi-alins, Gitr Acr eit W4
Strinlgs nad Inpnrted uiii-ical nterchall
dis'e, tiie Cirt lars of the N ,velhy lit'L
PrIt1ing l'ev .
LU DE N-& BAi.,
jalne I Am 1.1 a 11aontl 1ia.
Attentioni Whlboro 1look anil
Ladder ofn plily, , I.
YOU are hereby ordered to assemblo A(
your -Truck flouse on Thursday ir
ternoon, 19th inianit, nt 4.; o'clack, in roll
Stnmer Lac'n iform, for Parade. 'Ihe ev
al ciiad.i will be exercised, And a 're-:.
um iwaeed to (he most4 :ctive.
1y ordIer. of the l'resi.lent
jine 17 JOHN C. S'Q\Uili%, Sec.
StIate of South Cao1hia,
CoNVY OF lA1tirii::.t,
John C. Mackoreli vs. James Don'.y,
In purunnee t': a in order inale in Ohe
Above elated Cn- I Will 011740e' for sajll onl
the first. Monlay in July next, lieforo tie(
Cl'orI Poese door, in Winnsboro,' nithin
tho legal hours of sale, At. Public otcry
to lhe highest, hiedder for Cash, the fl.'low
ing desicritbed pr.lperiy to-wit : .
Three bitshels Peas, one Spring Wogrn
and fl*arneies, fiticeen hushels Corn, two
hu~e' Moal, twenty.five gallons A pple
Brandy, miore or less ; I wetty -five g-iluens
French 1ra ltndy, more or 1.!: one gallone
Blackberry Brandy, more Or lose; Three
gallot OUn, niort or less ; one gallon Cornit
Whiskey, more or less ; eighty liv gallona
Ilyo Whiskoy, more or less ; Twenty gal
lons Wheat Whiskey, moro or les ; eight
lbs. Simokiig Toacco, t hirteen j boxes
-:ardines, 'eight. 4 boxes Oyters, eight
hDecanters, lot ldt ile Iin Finsk. Onte
liiiner, eight TumIllers. three beer Gtlss
es, one lGVer Spigol. Onte pmir labine.-S
fiie Canly Jara, One lot (ork Sioippers,
oie Eat Trap, one pair Plow Gears, two
! ug'r Sco.ps, on ie- meIure, Onte
lB'ucket, two Tibs, Ote old Iridle lit, omie
Lamtep, onez Whiskey i6ignl in Fraaim, one
(.Crpeters Rule,11 oneo old De.k, 1one fblt
bushcel M easuire, oneC Violina, one Spr'inkale r,
one gacllona ])emijohni, onte htc Stundries,
oncC leot Paper Colturs, one I lln at SaW, and
.LeCvied~tupon as lthe propclertIy of JameCs
IL. 1)on~ley am ithe scaii of Joltnt C. Altckorell
againlst J ames ii. lIonl ey
L. WY. DjUYA LL, i. F. C.
Wiatn.bhoro, S. C?., Junte 12, 1873.
jjune.14--f1x2 ___ ___
Charlot to, Cohiib1)1 ia ud A ugiist
Coc.C:daila, June11 13, 1873.
r Ill1 following Pnissenagcr Scuhtedle will
bL e r-un over . this roa 1 ona anad aftcer
MONDlA Y, I th I inst ant:
nAY *rTAiN--olo Nonil.
Leavo Augusta, at 3.52 a m
a" (Coluia~~ 8. C., 8.42 a om
'' Wirn shoro, 10).50)i am
" Chester, ]2.15 p mn
Ararive at Charlotte, N. C. 2.27 p41m
iIAY TilA 1N---ou t:0 ..00 lii.
Leatvej Charlot te, N. C. at, 41.20 a n.
"e Cheisi er, (1 27 ai m
.1 W IngtShorn, 7 412 a mi
"I ColulInbia lt.45 It ml
Arri-ve at Auagust a . ,2.00 p im
E. II. D~oacsur, tienct al Tiicke:. A gent
TLARI! TARI!! TAR! Z!
14 - ,IO!IN Mie5NTl'.l
CoICwry Co~ti~le?(ssIolfn (rrrcn,
Wsseonet, 8. C., Alav.19, j13'
1E' LED proposals wvill bo 0eceivted ait
lJ'tisvfflice unicl Iacljtrrday., the 21st day
of 'Jutta ner~t, to'ild a bridge tvcr Morisct
Creekl ona what isc known as the KineRIide
,toadl ; to be0 construeoted of duritiable mtesC
il and eit her withI or -ithouit rock fabut.
menctts. P'roposals mal)'t be ac'cruanied
with two or umor-e sullii~ nent sreties, atnd
theo bridge in'sured1 fcr at lenit t welvei
monetls. Coatirnctor will lae entolo-o
.cpeciticationas witha propo0saV.
By order of thae ltoard.
- ~ W.I3. PE'Ahil
. COLU.IIJI A, S. .,
I1S Pitll. PA IED)I t-crceivo Cottoln aned other
pa teper-.y uponea st ora*ge, andi mahke ad vlanc.s
uapon-th (lamel~a. CotIonel shipptd to this
bo0u18 will be cetor'e:d subajectL to- Ihe ord'le, o (
atle ownaer, andti t ho loweslt ratest diltct gced
for stornge. All propeto stede will bae
inautred ian geod reliabhle cottanIeie-s, it iln.
sutrance i desired ;tl aule avanle~s will be
mado at thce lwcat bantkinag rates. Ourn
store houstes arce eo loctd thatL drayage Is
not naecesatry ; andI no char'ge for haandlng
will bo 11ado1, All buesintess clommunafica
tijoe shaoube bo0 addressedl to thae Treasurer.
EDWVA RI DHOPE, President.
Enwr-n F. G(I resrr
mneh %.. uatuem
For over V.RTY Y'.I8 1his
.ivr \.livinai l4. proved to lie ihe
(T'el Lit' ini!. ISpecific
far Liver Comupl-iia :11:11 it. pa a-ini oi
lilitn: atnc t-% i n h Colin. DO
pre -ion Af 1i'irI , s. $our .lil ihe , luarg
h'aen t 'lls util Fver, . .
.:ter yei - -f C!nrfuil experimetinr. I
r*it Itlnrt argent de-ninlal. we 114)11
pIIIW te fi.Utit L 1'r1 1l i1!lk fW 0,14'1g4 j',
TH E PRE PARED,
III of Einlininne', hI--r liegala
i r. r1a 1' i -L Wt1aaw tI l ful a 1,i1 Valui
able priqpertie t. nna :riti
ONE DO' LAR BOTTLES,
- 4fy n3ail, $.01 i
1111y it.) 'wilers or Preplaretd Nimiln'.1-,
Aiver 0igulattor untle.ss in oir inave
rappier, with Tiad. in ik, Stamp and Sil
-nature- un1brok-en. Nonn o t- ; ! rimme.
J 1. 11. Z EI 1.I1N & Co..,
' N'abaon, (S'a.. naitl l'hiha llelphir..
,SY,B f]Y ALL lfJUw GISTS.
Cou'i y Cc Attistor w O ricit.
Wessan\monc, .4 C,, xl% li - -11, 187:3.
SiAL-1LI proposnls will be received ,.t
this office until ite 21st dty of June
fnlYt, to buiil a coveril biilIgo ovEl.
!,itt 1 It iver known as 'eI's Bridge,
The bridge to Cebumil m ao Iiga water
mark, az.d cntet rutt.d of dural e ta
terial. Cotutractors woul I d i well
to visit the spot 1ad examtiniro fmr
laem:elves nwl ilnud in Iht-iri propo ah
with stavcificali on 1a to the nhtthre an
iode of :construlcion. ContrA-tors eat
have Ihe( I herly of selet inag P1uch1 inaterial
at' the old bhrid, thaLt ik durab!e .tl will
iti. Propo0le miit be iccompanied m if i
tio or muur( suiticienit ,sarhiies and,14 the
bridge insured for at least twelve mnoaths.
By order of the loardl.
' - W. B.. PliAKE,,
tiny 2 jix5 Clerk,
A dminist rators Sale..
Y virtue of, aith ority graIted Itr. he by
L-I. William Al. Nelson 10.j., Jidgo of
hate of Fairfieild---I will ,il to tl<
IhigheA lidder at the ve iih nee of tle un.
dersignted onl Sat urday the I la 21 I .'u1C
inst. nit : o'clock P. Ml. for ensh, all1 (he
lenl-ata:tl csitae of .laes Ale Alonaio deed
consisting of Two Mules 111an Two -1Ioreos
S. 1. LUMPKIN,
June R x212 Adtpiiator.
HamaI HamsI Hams!
JUST lieceived a lot 1x.ra augar cured
cavnssed itus, 1)w for cah by.
I. J. McCAIRLEY.
A lot Granite Mills Flour, warraated.
npI it 11. 3. MctA 1lI1lf.
IUMPOllTA NT TO0 A LL CON(ElRN
fA T El 1(: lenve to Oanounce to lovers o
1 tht'eE elt al ul ta we live .rocive'
a considealrabiio tui ly of Cannedci Good
r~tal 1i l'ine A.1 .ple:is. lo60 Is
vi evl id linmair t~l
fa~ihh~ Ia dyttic Fo ariets, a
Clo Fshi. Sam. Mus I) dtai itper
elgat Omrin CanI)y, IO
june U. . DEI'OTE &aott~ Ch.
Icr les |~l~auiai
lil 4' tiliTA al iilinulyia 801aa13
Yorr.- ill(o, ti . .at~ $l
~vtriTrII i e sond fe~iao ntof. hy Schoo
i aIilrto and ~ind N~vmey t
e.,Ca ou oa,TuinFeLgt
pyabl inr oadvfacea FOr irl lasa
M a~nui~r o mi o y
verytet Mlcimie i
D. . Frante nsigth
ca31ns a et00
W oU I.1) r e. l fii, I'' 2 Inly fViI'ne1
a :iat ros h1 11 1i b ..V3 110 ni. w i
11v anl now in wurkinig order, :nd,[ will
3ns Frei2 Bre.lid 'kle 1very da:ty
n 2 1y ( il I'veI'- n111:11-Y Ilext it) !.. 1). 1et r
li 2 th$* , Jam(It'! ,*t llc iu It3h1y , call atten.
Illn to :1 11:4e. :' rt ei cf !,ICrec Jill(
'lai Can dies jlt received.
a'1I . I1W Tvr :4Gbe, P iekLIe,
ad n2 3.e , Deviled 32 12llm nd TongueIIC
T'y n I.' Vancey qwood, 0 rnme:-an
I--.nit %-f whit~h I oir LOW Fon
Th 6.. )lfr pret hiberal yalrrenge, 1.
It'l 'c t a I I con tiunnece of thle vamie
G. A. WHIITE.
F ARDWA RE
E 11A".1 I ele i ht of super'or
H i i'L SCI.UmWS,
(i RA FS O 1 DS,
D) 1 X0"N 8 WN E F'P.S,
PLO VS, &C.
Our1 Stock, already LARG E',
ail1 FULL, is reiceivig
We Mike IlIardwiare it
J. M. GALLOWAY & CO.
BEATY & B81
Aro now reociving and have in IMore,
among o1her arlicles i I lieir line.
700 bushels prime Corn,
300 Busliels frosh grou .1 and belied
meal and hmonmiy.
400 Sacks Cranito Mill.a FkUV, fresh
fromi thle mill, a31 ~ll raos9,
1 .,000 (Gallons Mahtsse 3. ? s:rt 3:id huds
10(,600 po3Luds ] ry :aLt ardm Ilacon C. R.
2 hhde(1. Dry Salt Shloulders,
1 lot, lino Sugar Cured IHamn11,
1 Car kvad fio T2uoil y IIlay,
All of which will bel soIhl
Ju2h , 2
Stateo of~ Souith CaroinaI,
Conw~ r OVFarnVratp,
. COURT OF COMMON PLEAF3.
John C, MackerelI Plaintlfr, For
James Donley, defendant. 3Domanded.
To Jamnes Donlry DefeAvant in isj Areonj.
'You hre habre'y sumnmoned and re'3iue
to ans~wer the comaplaitin his act8 lion,
which will bo filed inl the oflice of the
Cled k of 21he Court of Commona Pleas for
he0 said1 C.ounty, aind to servo a copy of
you2r ans~wer On the subscribaOrs at their
'ilice, No G, iiaw htange, Winnsb3~oro, 8. C.,
witin'twenty dags) n10 a iorte nervice of
t7in~ summiIonsB exclusive of thie day of ser
Ifyou tail to answer thisu complaint willh..
inlie timo aforcaid, (bo pIlintifi will
take judgme~nt against you for the 82um2 of
Ihiroo hundred and seven dollars and cots
1)ated 14th2 May, l1873.
McCANTS & !'OU(1t,8
To the Defendaln Jamrle D~ony .. -
Ta3ke notico that the sutmmon's n thzi.
aclion of which the foregoing is a 00opf,
together withI the 0complt hlerein), was
filed1 ini the ofice of th2e Clerk or 4Onurt, of
Coinmeon Pleai for f'airtiel County, State of
Fouth Cprolina, on (lie 3rd dasy of June,
A. D. 1878. .A -
HIoCANiTS & VOU(GLAssf,
P Ilainti's Attorneya.
I junoe 11-xo.
New aid Aftractivo Arrivals.
O Ult spriltj" 1110 8Mitittact' Stock N~ re.
ceC ived tnd Caonfi 'ent ly submi imed t". the
inuapection' of 41ur1. pa.ronis,. Tho la ies.
'lICtl'Iailin aa IneI-lg Ibilts~ atia l nn s
ttit "'d n; un'tih ato iat and ful suppy
l iob s l'Press (, ad a frm i los hrir esaeb
itet l1nnh fr Ue, i iI.
0 A I l114 t
11I owl~r:. t gi]~a1( 1 avaae. (a g ~'e
liou Ce l rne \l - 2 i k I Ct :4 lt I I
W il l u h1a * i a. S 1.:.; , ;, n
I'h o r. Muhise:l
Petr .en a .r'e n n-.h ,
Vw A L L EVRiY
p u hic riigned now prevarel to e
. . - ,5CI i e .n .e I n I toIa4) th 11 . e Cil ii.e a t
Winnishol-o 11nd svron nu
Il'.,o <.: I-ih ,t
fr nt Car Ii Npf a ) .',if si .
.A T COR - T C..; !
ta F Y O UI 1. e i Fui ..1t n e l nt w is t h o i m t
. to ge lh -gai' , :a I n.I:% dei erni ned 1l;
cIl1o out fihe Fearliftureon hand71i.
('lti~al'a4' Nlt, 41aa I' . L i 0111%,,;,
Wad IAros, I Tables -phill fad
marb1a2'ale I;oe r ("ai r"es, t ning t t il
Chiiirs, Towel, lha:o.lak ('a1n-:, IV if It
wtiting Detsks con ha . ' n ionl Tal.ICe
Chihs tihy &ails . Call toont at 1
AI :t . fiveo good, careful
f lloe l n.l . i will !. y 1Ibeni tov -
Iy-fiv c..ntI-4 On lin for htitclla, iT
lonte t m a ill a t n() I f 1 e-I rly t - y.
a n:1y 3' ). Al l l N l,. t IW' TL A ILI.
xiveary an ar .saleOR
lil i Ull:T " t.
I P emaaa i lly onl hand exh-t r fin o
i lentneky. fllr.'s mnd NI IIIes. Part ies
I wlt it rood tlock wilt t)l IL wel to giv
na' a nl.
Ill con lilon with myl L'very Sinble,
lm ve oelse c-ll Carrih-o, lllyIly and111 Wa
onl Vactory. All WIL loadly (StNeutued andi.
watrrant ed, G.-ie mv n C:..1 .
'p(n 18 - _
AL R A LS;
T I~l at jr,,!of 1e India . called. !c
JL Vs Wile! Goods Der milent1 Which
ha been harily itren I anl consist i
part of a L.\nul; No'io
ot la'ini nun-1 rpe aictoil b Law s
toP.'Ini'ng! .PnJnl Iblig
Walso calteatn onoih ete
niHti o r Wtea l
A l okliin a217 .okraiiom
#11' i i '/aU'i ..it hiri.
We aikeeiC'paul onv'i~ Itu r cfllyn
COMPLETE .i;s LINETI
and w~1ill -guarntenti sfacI~l o tiotrldi b ot as
m11 15t~~~lyiit inyfint n
sti locnks 0'l rpaliris lain~ Jwolry;~
P~lus 'alS .'tt. ,h1orat in ; PXlain amrt
All goodsliwarranithi a reprlrned. -~ysa
No ii hre o lokind. Cooan g