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Latest Styles bf Neit Goods-:John
0. Squier & Co.
Sheriff Sale-L. W. Duvall.
Executor's Noio-TViian Ii.
Notice-P. Jenkins & Co.
Wanted-G. A. White.
"Sheriff's Salo-L. W. Duvall.
New Goods- MoMaster & Brice.
'Clothing-Landecker & Co.
To our Customers-eoty & Bro.
A dministratrix'e Notice-MIary C.
Masbnio Moeting-J. C. Sqluier
Notico-J. II. Cu thcart.
WINmssoIo CoTroN MAInkT.- For
The past week 406 bales of cotton
have been sold in this narket at 5
'to 16 cents per pound.
Nxiv Goom.-Furmers desirons of
conver'ting their filthy luore into arti
'cles of apparel, will do well to ex
amine tkio laa'ge and varied assort.
Uent of l-ssrs. Squier & Co. These
ofntleuen have every article needed
in the dry goods and clothing line,
U moderate rates.
PUBLic riooI. 4'eXriis.-It mny
not generally be known that prsons
holding 'tachors' ceortifioites inust
have them renewed every 'year.
t'ru te'os aie not allowed to employ
as teachers any persons not holding
CoURTESY.-We learn that W. A.
'C6irtenay, Esq., the cui'te'ns agont of
'the clyde bteanship line between New
York and Charleston, has offercd to
transport the engine for the W inusboro
Fire Cponepany to Charleston witho'ut
any charges. We tend'er him thanks
In behalf of the Company.
Tim KCEnSuIAw G AEErT'E.-W
have received tOf; Urst number of the
above paper, edited arid published
by 'Frank P. Beard, who hab been
prominently known in the'temperance
cause in this State for sonie timte.
The Gazette is conscrvrefc i oli
'ties, well ed-iteil, iea't and readable.
RELIGIOUd iTEMA.-'Che hilpt'iStf
last week had a imeeting of the Asio
ciatio'n at Concoid Church naourliadge.
Presbytery also met at 'Concord
resbyterian Church, near Watereo
Creek. Both these meetings were
largoly attended) and much int'erest
Tii EcLE'IC.-Amung the
'many magaZines published in 'thih
Country, the EOlt ctie holdb a high
placeo. It~containes excerpts from the
leading English Periodicals and thus
furLishes its readers wiil the cream
'f contemporary literature both in
hgh't -and heavy readiing. Every
family should take it. Terms $5,00
n year. ,E. RI. Pelton & Co.,
Publishers, N. Y.
'1HiE Cm5 U ooku foi' the
Circus. The North Carolina papers
speak very highly of it. T1he circus
possesses a won<'erfnl attrac'tion for
persons of nil agos colors, and condi
tions. However strong may be pre
vious resoluti6n 'no't t:6 waste money
'on the circus,'' when the Whonster
Mhow appears and the bands play and
abo side show men and. corti doe
tore harangue the crowd even the
atoie osvos in and sh ells 6ut his
1TE ORPHANS' FRIEND.-WO have
received the first number of the
Orphans Friend, a weekly issued at
the Car'olina Orphan Home in Spar
tanburg. Its noble object is to
awaken the pe'ople to the claina of
the Orphani's o'f the State. The
japer presents a neat typographical
ap pearance and is well conducted.
All persons interested in the cause
of charity should subsoribo. Termis
are $2,00 per dAnnm in advance. To
all ministers one dollar'.
DEATh 0?O CAIP-r. W st. MtiCutt~;r.
-Capt. Win. McCulley died at his
residen cc in this County on Saturday.
Capt. McCulley ommandod Comi
pany G-. 6th 8 C.. Infantry during
the latter part of the war with gal
lantry and ability. Several of the
members of his Company resolved to
pay a tribute to the memory of one
who had led thoem amid scenes of
danger. Seven of them acted as pall
bearers, and perfoahned the last sad
duties of burjal. Capt. MeCully was
about thirty-five rears of ago.
EXAMINATION OF TIEA'enERS.--Fo)r
thme convenience of all parties con.
cernod, we would suggest that the
County Board of Examiners have re
gular occasions appointed for the ex.
amination of persons applying for
teacher4' certificates, say on the first
Saturdiy in each quar tdr. We would
suggest also that all persons holding
diplomas freom regularly chartored
colleges be granted certificates with
out being required to pass an ekamni
nation. All others should be exam.
Anom;Nn liwv.-(,Utti s oming
in a little more freely, but money is
- bill tight.
A young fellow who hats beeni
courting since the introduction of
Elizabeth an collars sajvs his expo'tience
has been "rufif."
The circus will ex 'bito heCl
while being carried to the gnard
house the other day remuaked that
Winnsboro was nic;I place ; a gentle.
man couldn't walk along the street
quietly witbout being collared* by tt
CorTON 'IN Till' WEST.-From a
private letter received from Nissis.
ippi we have been shown the follow
ing report 'of the cotton crop.
"I find on examination that my
dotton 'efop ha't 1een out short fully
one-fourth by tho army worm. I have
n ever -een the cotton qQ completely
und universally onteu Dpas it is this
year, anid -it seems 4o be general
from what I-could soo all through
Alabama and MAissiebippi, * W
I have never seen in a-ll my life as
sorry crops as they have through
wibat is'eulled the cano brake country
in Alabama. I saw hundreds of
acres thet actually will not make
sced enough to -pdAnt the 6ao
Ti: Couinrs.-E, very cell in the
jail is filled. A great portioh of the
occupants are incarcerated for misde
meanors. The Criminal Uourt will
probably have a consideral a moutt
of businest. One colored girl will bo
tried for supposed izifantioide. The
committee of tre grand jury are
preparing to OXamlilo the books of Lhe
county oflicials previous to their next
presentment. If there are any con.
plaints to be made against any of the
uiliials'they -should be made to this
oonuinittee, of which Capt. E. J.
Moatis is Chairinan. If the county
ufli'ers havo bee-n guilty of any ir
regularties they should be exposed
for the good of tle people.- If com.
plaints are unfounnded, it is duo the
olllers to have thn proven ground
less. As fC r as we have leirned the
pleople guneraity ate sitislied with
the mater in which the uflicers have
performed their d'uty.
AnouND TowN.-Our friend A.
W. L., yesterday, was exhibiting so
many greenbacks that a countrymanI
mistook him for the cashier of' the
bank, and remarked, "that bank haint
Tho ladibs of town are anxiously
expeetlig the circus, so that they can
see that "dear," cl'e.phant and the
"'sweet" boa constrictor. The goodl
people generally want to tea the ani
mals and the depraved boys want to
see the clowI.
A good many hata 4'wcnt up" on
Tie public sehoels in this t ownsh i p
aro in full operation, under the
charge of the satmc competent in
stiuctors thar were in control ]:tt
Flannel and fires are the order of
the day now.
Mr. Davidsotn's new store on Main
Street has been completed. Mr.
McCarley's store is fast appi-oael'i'Ts
THE G nAr rASTRN II MaNAOniRI
AND Cumucs.-Thcro seems to be no
falling off in the crowds that visit the
above mnathtmoth exhibitioti. If any
thing, thn attendance hus increased
at ea h su'cessive performance-. This
is not to be wvondered at when it is
known that the entertaitnment offered
is otne of th6~ best St. Louis has setn
for mny a day. In every depart
ment the ekhibition is utnapproacha
ble. T'he ring perforruance is the
linest 'over givetn in St. Louis, while
the menaI~gerib contains moe curiosi
ties, and1( is of greater initerest than
any we have ever seen. The attend
ants are polite to visitors, answer
questions satisfactorily, and are in
this particular as meuch a.n improve
?aent upon the general rut of oircuts
attacheA as the exhibition itself is su
perior to the hundreds tnow traveling.
St. Louis Democraut, A pr il 15tha.
Tis mammnoth circus will exhibit
in Winnisbo'ro on the~ 2-ith of this
OFFIcIAL~ BE8UI.'r or 'rnEa BLEe'TION.
-The followitng is the oflicial result
o'f the election for- Senator:
WI N N $1ondt.
TIotal vote, 2,456
Martitn's majority, 949
THEr ToUnN~AMEN.--Ou Thursday
the tournmatment took plaoo. Youtth
ful hearts had beat eagerly for days
past in anttilition of tihe event.
The day dawvned bright and pleasant,
and in the atmosphere was just
enougb of Autumn to tempe the
raysof the snh. At eloeVn .o'olook
'the knights formed in prooession and
'marched to the cone of the tourney.
The following knights ta'ticipated :
Edgair of Ravenswood, W. M, lar
den. Knigi t of the Golde'n Cross,
E. A. Rabb. Ilenry of Navarre,
T. D1. Jordan. Knight of the South.
ern Crossi J. 11. Harden. Rob Hoy,
11, )1. MoMaster. Rodorio Dhu,
Garne'r Brioo. Knight of the Golden
Star, John Harden. Knight of the
Golden Fleece, T. H, Ketchin.
Knight of the Lone Star, H1. Y. Mil
ling. Robin Hlood, J. ' W. - Alken.
Kight of the Lost Cause, J. W.
E0lliott. Ivauhoe, Robert E,. Cath
The jnd g'es wero Messrs. A. F.
Goodinig, John S. Cutheart and T.
Ross Robertson. A. W. Ladd, Esiq.,
kept time, and Mr. John A. I'raor
on a gaily cap arssoncd palfrey, acted
as herald "inciting bravo men to
gallant deeds for the love of fair
Ail things being ready, the drum
tapped, and llavenswood tuado -his
Cosiy. lie was oom'pletely successful,
and three i ings were borne trophies of
his Okill. Then followed Golden
Cross, Navarre and other knights with
varying fortunel. Want of space
prevents a detniied auccount of the
achievements of each knight. At the
cluso of tlhe third tilt it wan announo
ed that Lone Star tnd the Knight of
the Lost Cause had tied on six rings,
and Ravensiw ood and Golden S&ar
oo five rings.
These knights then ran again, whe'n
it was decided that th'o first prize was
won by Lone Star, tihe Knight of the
Losi Cause being decond, Golden Star
third and Rvensivood fourth. A
handsome saddle was also given the
succersful knight. Tlhe bpnirs for
holitr. ie manl.sh ip) was Von by Ravetiswo'od.
The tin cup was awarded to Rob Roy.
Ater the Irizes vere given the ouro
nation took place. Mliss Mary Ocrig
was crowned the Queen of Love and
l3cauty. Misses Mary. Shaw, Nannie
l'niiuy and Belle Gooding were
ciosen Maids of I Ionor.
The whole affair pasl~ off quite
successful'y. Many a%1uetators were
prcsent, and a bevy of girls fair
euough to inspire any knight. The
succesisful knights sLowed good .taste
in their selection. In this connco
tion we must, speak a word of praise
to the victor, If. Y. Milling. lie
repsesented the "News" and evinced
the "power of the Press" even in
those -iports whih Iho Press has by
itsj peaceful victories brought into
disueC. lie had but little practice
and therefore deserves the greater
pra ise. U4-idos hisi other prizes hbi
was the roeipient of a pair of beautiful
sleeve buttons from Mr. 11. A.Smith.
IIaster Robert Cathcart, a sou of
Mr. 6amn'l Catheart as Ivanhoe at.
tracted much attention. le is but
nine or ten ycais of ago and yet
managed his beautiful pony with re
inat kable skill. Although his success
was not *i'aual to that of his great
predecessors, his horsemanship sus
ained the honor of' the name.
The tournament ended with a
pleasant dance at night.
The young queen presided over
her subjects with grace and was
much admired. Sa erc the maids
oif honor. So were manny ether ladies
present. Damncinet was sent up till
midnight. By Friday morning four
centuriea hiad passed awvay and we
were asll back in the b umdrum pirosy
TERSONS having claims against 'the
I. Estate or James Mcreighit, deccas
e'd, will present. t hem, duily attestedi, and
those0 indebtLed to the said Estate will make
iiiamediaite patymnt. to
MA RY 0. MciRELIIHT,
oct 14--8x2 ~Adtainistrat rix.
Aii Apenlntind a Passable Notice.
() N accont of hadl health, I will be comin
',pel11ed to stop my businesas, anid I niled~
monemy. Alt persons indebltedl to mae 'for
lack.mithms work foer 1872 and 1873I, will
linid it to thiei' interest. to make iontediltte
painen T "hose persons failing to pay
by ctle 151 h otf Novembler wili ind their
accounts in ithe han11ds of an ofli cr of lthe
law tor' inmmeiatein colleedion without fu'or.
ct '6-x3 1'. M. SPE~NCE
ALL. persons having demmomids nga nalt
*. lite Estate of Dr,. ft. W. Colenmfn late
ol Famii ed County3, deceased. are requte.. -
ed to hmandI Ltunm in to thme unadeis gao l on
or befure the~ lirst of' Januam y 18741, proper
ly attested. Thd~se inilebted itre req ueate'd
to make i prompt settiement either by oishi
or note, as lih Estate must bie settled
NANCY A. COLEMAN.
eel. 14-lwn Exectutrik.
YOl OUN CUSTONER S I
1A1would respemIfully call the atten.
VY ton of ahi Ihose indebled to uis ror
Supp'isIoriPosphaales, that the time is
fist expiring and umany have not puaid uts
yet. We are owing lor advances made to
us, to enabio uis to furnuishi YOU, and have
promisedl to p nay by the lat November. W~e
want to be punctunal (i' for' nothing else)
I0 keep our' oreiit up. We canreo be, un-m
less YOU be punotual with us. Pay us
acid oblige. JDEATP & 131O.
3 CAM' .4 Beets and Slioes just receiv
.. o d, anid wiil be m'old low for the
L L persons )UaVjngolai Aga n'tte
Estate of it -1ate fli d'1t16% aU1.
den, deoesed' ars% 'Nobynotited (o pro
Iroht thoh duly attosted to the undersign.
od on or before the 1st of November, A.
1). 1873, orthoy ivi'll ot be p04. ..
.. T' I lAli . 'GEADD'EN,
Blx'rpf M~tionOladdon. deo'd.
Oct 9-tfs2 ? .
W E r, espeotfully inform the publio
that we will have Fiish for sale ou
Tuesday's, Wednesday's, Friday's and Sat.
urday'is f ott ivo.ek from this date.
octb..fl P. JENKINS & C6:
Winnsboro Lodge, No. 11, A. F,, 1
I XTRA communioation Thursday even.
J ing, Oct ober 10. 71 o'clock.
M. M. Degree.
By order of the M.
.o 1611N C. SQUIER,y
oct 14 Secretar
IOM Samuel Rober'tson's plantation
.L on 'luew- y last, a dark bay horso NAlo
He hatJ a ribbad place by thi trace on
th right hind leg. I will pay t enty-five
dollars for him.1ftileltier at li gowaty.
LL who gave me hoir notes fWr Caro.
lina Fertilizer. ar6 hereby n6tifted
that, their notes are 'duo on thn first day
of Novembcr next, and aie in 1ny h'a ds
for collection. 'Tlioso Who gOvo me the ir
no es for Cot ton Food, Wil fIud their notes
at th xpress Offioo. Ihope fsr a prompt
paym nt of both.
oct I .JNO. I.CATiCART.
Sheriffs Sales I
State of South Carolina, County of Fair
field-in the Court of Common Pleas.
David Welils and,Scphon Gibson, against
Chapell .1. 'Trapp, Administrator, et. al
IN pur:-uance or an order made in 'the
. above .tated caso,- by h1V' Honor
T. J. Mackey. I *ill offer for sal t the
publiQ auction to the highe't liidder beroe
the Outrt House door in Winnsboro
within the legal hours-.of sale, on the first
Moi'ny in November next, the foII6.ihk
describel property.; to wit. : All (hat p'i'eca
Parcev or traket of land lying being and
si'uate in the County of Fairlield and
State of Houth Cal'olinh ''ot''ilning one
hundred and thirty acres more or less, on
the waters of Broad Itiver, and bound'b'
by lanids belongiNg to' the estate of John
W. 'lark, deceased, an I Dr..lohn Wallace.
Another tract in the County and tale
afCtoriid, situal.r-d on each side of Liftle
Rtiver, contaidng three hundred and fifty
acres mote or less, and bounded on all
sides by binds now belonging to bleary A.
. TERMS' 0? SALIR.
One half the purchase money to be
paid in ca-. the remainder thereof on a
credit. -of v'iX 'motohlls Wth interest
thereon from the <tay 'of Pale. 6e'eured by
Ihie bond 'of the p'6reldsors .and a 'mo'.
gage of 'Ne premises, and $he purchaser
t o pay for t le iecessh:-y -papaer
Sheriffs Office L. W. DUVA L..
Winislioro, S. S. S. F .
October 10 1873.
Sheriff's Sae I. .
- Y Virtue of Sundr y xceei tio a Io mna
..-) direcied- 1 %vill oflor folr xale, for
Ca.hl It public auction, 1 iloh highest bid
der before thie Court liouse door in
Winnsbor.. wit hin the legal hours of bale
on tihe irat Monday in November next,
.ie followiing describel property, to wit :
All that lot of land with lnildii.gs ther'e
on, situate In the To,wn of~ Winnsboro,
'ounty of Eairfiold, State of Sfith' Caro
lina. nd known aocording to the plAt of
the Town as Lot number seventy-fork74)
'ronting on Zi-n Street. Levied upon
as C lie hroperty of .l'mnes Cathoart, at the
.tit 4f JaI'ies K. Robinson aghiast James
Cai heart. L. W. DJUVA LL,
S. F. C.
Winnsboro', 8. C,
Oct. 11hi. l873.
FALL. arid WINTER
M IL L I NE RYi
J. 0. D3OA O'$.
XE again~ lake pleasuro in calling the
attention of thie ladies Co our. linhaual
large stock of ladies patleta fats, a'nd
LBonnots, Rtibtod' Flower's and Feathora.
A rull lino of DitY 000)DS, ladles
thre'. Gloods, Notions atnd fancy goods,
Clotihinig, Men a'nd Women's Boots, Shoes
Groceries and Confectloperles, Cigars
andi Tobacoo, Furniture, Mattrohngs &o.
5,000 YErs iea
Bagging, . Arrow T Ies and Balit g'* ne
Ju.'t Received and for sale by.
aug 28 BEATY & Bild.
SU(MAR AND COu'iFEU
1 BBL. Powdered Suigaf..
.1.. 15 bible. Crushed. ExCra C. and Dema,.
tara Sugars, l'rime Rio Coffee, In stors
and for sale by BEM ATY & BRO.
a ng 28l
ThIltTY' yoarsq ekpeffenco ill rojhailg
of all kinds of Waldch~s.
GOLD and Silv'er Watches of all kinds,
Fancy Jewelry and Clocks of all tdeserip.
tions, *hibh I *ill sell la for dtish. ConIil
and see for yourself. Nd chitrge for lo'ok
itg. Thunkftll for jiast pah'~onage; I go
li0it a bontinutnoo of the same.
Opposite Biacot & Co's.
1RON and after this date
iy booka *ill be closed
ad no CREDIT granted to
n.y one. This notice is rmade
tiblic to save prsois the
'ouble of calling.
All partis to whom supplies
ave been advanced must
a1ke pi-olpt paymnent.
11 NOiICE -iS FINAL.
T. R. ROBERITSON.
o the Planters and Far
ners of South Carolina.
111E subscriber respetfully invites
. your attetilion ( a. P'ortan'le P:ank
striglt rhil fence, wlic'h ht; oudens
belieVes s'o'lvelh the Venoe Quesilcn,
losi since ihe olant-e 6''our labor eyetm
now the question or the farm.
This fence is one of unquestionedi merit
proclaimed by all wh6 havo oxamined
taped it. With nearly ON1 tlAf.i LEs
iLS8, the unsightly crooked fencg -nn
convei ted, with a small cost, into a'stb
slital.tduranlo fence, withcut lit(e use of
w rails. It is cattily niado--atin L
pidly construoted. Properly coipstr uoted
i's proof against unruly slaock, wind or
od, and Mlll stand. ten. years, if not
iger, without repair. No part of the
,Ice iced touch the ground. Itequir- no
st-holes, no wire, no baring or iiortls
This fence has been in uso i'a (it-,iat es
New York and Miuissippi, and in t.very
si Initaot hts nore thai iet the Mo:,1.
ine expectations of the muost practical
This fe'lle Ras patented by Geo. 1.
Ike and Co., of New York in 184'/. 'he,
dersigned has purchased the tin.itre in
est of the patenteen for thte htiate or
Mt h Carolina, and!. is pretpared to atti
JUNTY AND FAltM RIfl'l'I lior the
mue. Thsese will be sold on reasionr'.lo
Over the-justly popular Foeec or' tho
v. J7ohni I. stosne, it has tho follo,ing
1st. 1t. is abonpe~r. heoaso being an
tr *,Line Fence," it Isak suaa oa rala.
cause, havjig nto wire andu poet-is..'s to
y for, it will s~avo in act tual cost more
ran do'ublo the 'cost of Fa~rm~ lIighs~ o'any
2:nd. I't, i0 tore d'uradile. Ilavinag no
s't in the ground, it cannot rot (lfT.
vory rail heing clear of 'the grour-l, ex
ipte it from the sanme dlisan iii.e,
usigflrmly braced, it offers grea. iw i ..
aic'o to sloek, wind or flood.
8d. Deing portable, it, is more convenient
construct ion and desirable in use.
To enterprising young meon a rare op
rlunity is oilored to make monaey l~ia th
irobuase of County Rights. Corresj'ot
snoe tolicited. Address
(A. HI. RO HERTSON
N. B. as I will be absent from the' slate
til thso let of NovemiLar. P'arties wish ing
rs heri nformation will communicate with
N. Ellisos. Agent for Faiirtield County.
sep 27 6m
[FE INSURANCE CO.,
lon. iofferson Oavis, PI'es't.
efi. Whtde Hamptoit, Vivo tPres't.
,t W, kENNED, Sta?.e Agant,
Nifay 1-.-1 Local A gent,.
6 Boxes N. Y. State Cheese.
dst at Hand.
Aa 1g U. (.DPSPOiR'PF & CO.
E have just openes on'o 'or,,b'o kig
eat and best seleoted stocks of
Pall and Wi3ter Goods, we flave ever
opened in thls market. Ohr'at'' k'un'isis -
in part of a large assortmet tf $iest ic
Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, in large varie'.
ty, consisting of Dolaintes. Caish meres, Di
agonile, Valeurs, Enpress Clothe h'd Al.
a largo stock of La-lies Shawls and Seorfit,
Linen -Set ts, Itufflings, &c. Our stock
of itady-Made Clot'hing, \unde.-.
Ehitirb ,inen Shirts..losiery,
wovos, Hats, 'Cap's,
Boots and Shoes,
th tlie lotges'
had, AWed We %-hykteo to "gik matsisacti66I
-both as to 'Qulity and Pri~o. We P
have a few pieces of Carpetin, t
Which we will sell at priceb
that defy Competit'ion.
We &lso keep'alvy'
'oi hiand a full It
Hardware, Crockery andi W6ooa hte,
and a full* lIne of Drugs, M edicines, BD06ks
an I Stationery, Oils, Paints, &c.
We respectfully invite the 'attention of
our frtends 'and th6 publio g'6'erlly. to anh
inspection of our stock before per'chkag. t
Good Shown with Pleasue !
McMASTER & BRICE.
-vonsisftlg of Walnut Chamber Suite, 1Y
Painted Cottage Suits, Parlor Emits, Wal- :r
nit, lPoplnr and Vine Wardrobes, Side- Is
boardls, Sa'fes, Secretaries, yinrenans, Wash
stands, Tables, rook Itacks, TowellI acks, SO
and lnli Racks, Desks, Cots, Chairs, or
Piano Sto8ls, Sohis, Lounges, t.agores, It
Book Cases, Counter Stools. Bookkeepers' be
Stools, Cribs ar*d Cradles oh the very best *d
quality. For Design and Workmanship. itC
unequalei. whi'bi I oWer at. Columbia and ra
Charleston P ices. .,Savey6 IVeight bills At
by buying at HOME. fl.
OF all styles made of hard Sbuthern P
Wood, and %varranted to give entire satis- it
iaution. Use economy and buy the best. of
Wo'ven Wfi'e MattreseAc In
THAT will lAst a life time. They are 9t
comfortable, durable, elastic and cleanly. ta
AVooli Cotto .VI
A ND 11&1'r Top M attrebses. Our price's 're ur
beyond n->nuetition of the the sniue qnsali. re
Mirrors and Pilres for sale. C
Fuarnit'VA h'catly Repairies a' tibarat'e
prices. P'icture Frames mna'de 'to o'r~er-'- 11t
materials furnished ad
sept. 26 R.V. PIIILLIPS,
GFFfSRED AT P
eiat Margaiases I
LANDECKER & Ceb
We Defy Competition !
BA RGA INS
IN DRESS GtIODS, NOTttONS;
and Ladiese Shods, all Styles&
All of Iclh will be offered at icies neve
MEA NS IEtJSINBSS E
From Nevw Wheat.
1 50 Saeki, all grad., j..t *e..lvid
ad for sale low for
dag teABEATY & BItO.
EC2 IV E ),
1 Car load Salt, Breakfast
tip Bacon, Choice Hams,
L'arched Rio and Java Coffeec
wd Raw Java and Rio Coflee,
hIanIated Ex (" and C Su
Yars, Flour, all Gra'des, Bag:
Ving rucld Ties, by
D. R. FLENNIK jN.
JUST RE- C.ElVED.
SDJIC'LNSA BDE SKIRT SUP
I'N~ f s-)oi w. ,jii iiid pl adin.
NAC QUE SSACQUES.
adics and (n UndeL ITiiorwoar i
Aien's Sirts anid Drawers. Nowij
11AI'.', SILK and IiLT,
.H oaaly-n.aid o Clothing,
EVliOOTS, SHOES &GCAlTERS.
.Now of over) tiajing usiually
kepat iio n fir,4 olase
8E( C(EP FOl
JOUN C. SQU1ER & CO.
OR}E NE g
1 C r load1 1,iorpool and 8yraoaso Salk
e' Snoke Ground Salt,
10 Boxes Soaip ajaorted,
8 Boxes Adantine Caudles,
f. Boxcs Starch,
1 Tieroo Rico,
I Tierco Lard,
1 Tioro Hlams.
.All of which iwo offor low foir
A. Soadig and Day School for Young
MRtS. E. E. MOORE, Prop
163 8ALhIi ROUJINSdN Priolals
riOARD) of TrtilsTkP.
iloa. WV. Rt. RoDnzason, Prosident.
lap,. JAH. hArY .Capt. 8. BI. CI.OWnst,
14Thi5~ or Ttil'TioN.
For higher brnaaohes, including the
languaages, per session. $26.
For intermediato classos, per ses-.
siouo $18. 7
For primary classes, ger 808sion, $124
Ma'sic, pear se~ssi al, $20.
Uoardinag. per month, Inoltiding wash
ing, fuel andl ighila, per month,. $11'
Tems of pnean-nurar~ iuid av