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Jon Pni wro.-Our o- ie has been
fitted with all materials necessary
for printing jobs of every deseription.
Bills, Letterlieads, Posters, Invitation
and llusiness Cards &c., &w.
NEW A Dv it:TiSE1M:-N TA.
\Meeting Wisboro Hook and
Ladder Company-John 0. Squier,
1.( c and Valuable plantation for
Do not fail to read Woodard &
Tmi CanTI.:n.-We learn that the
projuet of repealing the charter has
COToN.-At the time of going to
pre:s ye.terday evenlin'r, cotton was
seliiig at 10 a 12 oen's in this
A NOTllEn DEAT1n Fi"M DIPTDIEnIIA.
-On Saturday, Dr. John U. Mobley
lost his only child, Mamie, aged six
years, fioni diptheria.
ToUiNAMINT.-We learn that a
tournament was held oil Thuarsday at
at Iloreb, at which our young towns
man, V. Ml. Hlavden, took the first
Coun-r WEr .-This is court week,
and a number of persons are in town.
The c iiniial docket is pretty fNll,
and one or two eases of iiterest will
be probably tri d. The cis il docket
ViR E l\GINK.-The Fire Engine
"Fairfield,"' arrived on Saturday,
She w ts tri oin the same day with
sut factory re.uT. The engine is a
littlie beauty, and the ficemew'u a stal
wart bet. So that we expect good
service in case tof a fire.
ToEns --Telegra pht ic dispatches
report that Ei ward Stokes, who killed
Jim likk in New York two years ago
b, on his third trial been found
guilty of manslaughter and sentenced
to four years hard labor in the
-L cinaNTAr. SnooTrNo.-WNe re
gret to state that our young friend,
Dr. R. C. Arnett, aeuidenutdly shot
li:'.elf pf-sleiday. It temos that
Uc. Araett w:as takinag imis pt(l out
of his rtket it slipped from his
hand, the hammer strickiig tile
flour, causing the charge to explode,
the bullet taking clet just below the
knee cap. The wound althiougl pain
ful iS iloL Co(Ii: rxj] (r id ngerous.
ANxOTHRn: DEATHi vo.N DItir ruA.
-Dipttheria has claimed anottier vie
tin, inL Mary Logan, a little daughter
of the late Rev. A . A. Porter, D. D.,
and nieco of Col. J. Li. Black, of
Since writing the above, we learn
that Mr. McNulty of Doko, has lo.st
a chiid, agUd two years, of this same
strong belicvers in tile philusophy of
Darwin. Anothe'r proof of is theory
is in one ollice. It is a potato, grown)
on Capt. IC. J. Means' puee, thatt is
almflost tile counterp rt of a baboon.
It hias a trunk and limbs, and down
ita body are ap~.parently corde*d veins.
Thins is a decided step from the vegeo
table towards tile animal kingdom.
Weo this tuber planltedl it wouldt
doubtless produce a 11ull formed "hu
man'' in two or three generations.
Tn FAnt.--The Fair opens in Co
lumibia, on next Tuesday. It will be
seen by an advertisement that the
Stockholder.s' meetingf of the C. C. &
.A. . R 1., il he he)0itld in Co)l umlbia
on the same day. The prospect of a
"flee ridle,'' will doubtless attratt
many visitors. Those who al*rent
Stuoekhladers can make the .round trip
for~ i hre euenis a mile (abont one (d01.
lar from Winaboro) provided they'
have their tiokets stamped at the fai'r
ground. T1he nightt trains now run0
nin g will he founi con lenien~ft. Visi
torlo cani take the imidnighmt train
dvtwn, mand return I the neCxt night.
The expen es wil! he comparatively
light. Let every body attendl.
PETIT Jn i. - Th'lle following is
a lirt of the Petit .Jurors drawn for
the Novemiber Tel m of Court:
Frank iIoles, James MeC'arley,
Jlerry La.uderdale, David R. Gladney,
Wesley Mayfielid, A. Y. Turner, R.
F. Martin, R1 4. Desportes, W. TP.
Thorun, Adamn Da wkimas, .Jerry Kmi
caid, Bristol Kini.tler, George Holly,
Warren Menadenhall, Jno. 0. Matthew,
G. D). Ladd, Scepheu tbb, WV. E.
McN'lh, A. It. P'ettigrew, Prince Mar.
WV. hlaoklaart, TPhomllas .Jordan, Israel
Tird, Frank Mozee, James Jone,
John Gibson, W. J. Clowniey, RI. N.
MeMater, T1hos. WV. Traylor, John
II. Prn~at, Wm. IR. (arrison, Sypihax
* atterson, Cenlter (Gibs~on, P. Jeninsi~.
Senoo00. C~ONvEN,'roN.-TheIl Seboo1
Coinvention was held on Saturday.
Reports were reccived from different
townships as to the condl itionl f the
r.olols. After this, r teps wmere taken
for a permianent organizaltion1. Mr.
Rl. Mouns D~avis was chosen p erma
neu~t Chairman, and Mr. 11. H1.
Robertson, Secretary. A commit ta"
w~s nuppointted to preparo rules and~
regul'atiob. for the Conavention, and
alio a progra mme of exercises for the
noxn meeting. it was also unani
mounisly carried that State Superin
tendent Jilison, be requested to
visit and address the Convention at its
next 'eeting. The second Saturday in
February was chosen for the next
meeting, after which the Convention
A SECOND JoNAli.-A strange fa.
tality seems to attend the Groat
Fastern Circus. It i3 said to have
introduced the yellow fever into
Shreveport, La. The morning after
it exhibited at Lumberton, N. C., a
young ian was found murdered on
the grounds. The Nowberne Times
says it did not perform at night at
Kinston, because one of tho attaches
in the evening frightened a child into
convulsions, resulting in death, by
threatening to throw it into the lion's
den). O. the day the same cir
cus show, d here, Mr. Cameron died
suddenly ot apoplexy, and a colored
wonan was seised with a fit and ex.
pireo that night, while Mr. Boliok
was bauly shot by Mr. Duncan. This
is certainly a remaikablo chapter of
casualties, and the Groeat Eastern
might well add to its other names
the appell htion of the "second Jonah."
Oua Boo Sn ELF.- We have re
ceived the October number of the
Southern Musical Monthly con
taining new songs and musio, and
some excellent reading. llandso me
inducements are offered in the way
of prices. This is a first class Jour.
nial. and being a Southern institution
should be patronized. Specimen
Copies sont free. Address Ludden
& Bates Savannah Ga.
Rural Carolinian-The November
number of this sterling agricultural
journal has been received. A new
volume was commenced in October,
and this is a good time to subscribe.
Terms $2 per annum. Walkor
Evans & Cogiell, Charleston S. C.
The Phrenological Journal for
November, confii mns the oft-repeated
opinion ofthA Press at large, that no
one can read that publ'cation with
out deriving some practical good. It
is full of meat for the mind, well
served and savory.
REVEAL OF THiE CHARTF.R.-We find
the following in the report of the leg
iblatiVO pioceedings :
Mr. Miller, of Fairfield, gave notice
of a bill to repeal the charter of the i
We presume thia is M. S. Miller,
our wh ite legislator. As we have not
been positively informed as to the
cause of t.is ..ctiou we will say but
little at present. We presume it is
L.eoauLe the member was arrested by
tihe police on Friday for an alleged
interferenoe3 on his part, in tho arreot
-f1, drunken colored man. We would
adviso the irate legislator to cali him
himself,and seek redress, if he has
been injured, in some other way. A
repeal of our charter would not as a
two-edged sword, and be productive
of evil to all parties alike. Witins
boro has been remArkably quiet du.
ring the past few years. Good feeling
prevails among all classes. If thi,
happy state of affairs is ended it will
ultiimately be a e-ause of regret to
others beside the present Town
Council and their supporters. WeT
thlerefore ad vise Mr. M iller to ro -
co.sidter his action, This will be the
safest for all parties.
DraoF' Mu. BoLuCrt. Mr. Levi
M. Bolick, who was shot by Mr. Ileze
kiah Duncan on the 24th of October,
died on Sataday morning. For sever.
Al days he seemned to be doing well,
hut on Friday, a henmorrhagoeonsued,
anud he sank gradually until Sunday.
An ingniest wvas held by Coroner Ruftf.
The evidence addued i.bowed that
Messrs. Duncan and Bolick got into
an altercatzion about the arrest of a
person. that. hot words followed, that
Mr. D)uncan drew his pistol atnd fired,
but his nistol was strnuck in the air
b'y Mr. Lafayette Poteet. Mr. Duu
can fired a second time, and the ball
entered Mr. Boliok's breast, burying
itself somewhere under the tight
shoulder. Mr. Boulick wvalkedl off a
few steps and sat down. HeI was
carried into the store of MoMaster &
Brico, and thence taken home. Dr.
L add, assisted by Drs. Madden and
Aikeni, -nade a pest mortem examnina
tion, anid pronounced that the wound
was the cause of death. Tihue jury
then gave the following verdict:
That the said rLevi M. Bolick camne
to his death on the second day of No
vetiber, by a wound received from a
bullet fired from a pistol in t ho hands
of Het.zekimh D~uncan, in the town of
Winnisboro, on the 24th day of Octo
THlE ADVANTAGES 01F ScIExc..
Many wonderful discoveries haveo
been made in science, by which the
world has been greatly benefited.
Among those are three that we wish
to cspecially mention. A certain
kind of Rock (we don't remember ex.
notly what sort) contains the purest
gelatine. F'romn cloth, sugar can be
made. Excellent flavoring extracts
are distilled fromi leather.
A scientific friend determined to
make a niovel preparation of a popui.
lar dest-ert, lie obtained a quantity of
this rock anid by chemical reagents
extracted the geiatine. Tlhmis he
made into the purest jelly. Hie than
took an old shirt of his that bad lost
all its buttons and was therefor e
valueless, and by treating this with
aulphurlo acid produced a supeni or
quality of sugar. With this he
swectenedl the jelly. He then took
tin old boot, decidedly the worse for
wear, mu.d '.istilled a liquid that by
the addition of a few drops of esson
tial oil became a deliciotus flavoring
extract;- when this was added to the
compound, the result was a bo w f
delicious jelly. Our friend then gat
down to partake of this tempting des
sort and gorged himself. The experi
ment wpuld have been a complete
success but for a slight accident.
Some iron and copper tacks frotu the
boot heel got into the mixture ; whou
the sulphuric aeid retnairingf rom
uanufacturing tho sugar, united with
the tack, forminb copperas and hblue
stoUe, and fatidly poisoned our ex
potimenting friend. lio died in
great agony, a niartyr to the cause of
science. But his fate teaches a use
lul lesson. Hereafter no on1 will
be so foolish as to eat jolly tnanufac
tured from rock, *.hirt-tails and old
boots, without seeing that all vesti
ges of copper or iiun are removed.
With this precaution, the experieintit
will be an undoubted succesi.
A LARUE AND VALUA LE
Pl1 1 1 TA I 00N FOR S1 .
I "ILL expose for snie onl the Iirst
1oniiday in December nex I. at Lan
caster Ccurt Hlotuse, ihat l;arge ind valup.
ile platiation, late Ihe property of J. L
Perry, deceaseil, containin_ about
3300 ACR *-S,
The laidl i!' ,ititel o theo Citawba River,
about live miles from Liberty Hlill, and
cottams nbout vix hundrod Acr.'s in
ORWIIN AL FOREST,
a large amout of BIranch andi Rivr IAt
tIcms. Al i he up Inds and Iratch bot.
[omt n1d part irf tie Jir whinds are
Well adaptiI( !d iocottonI.
Terms very liberal. An extended credit.
will he giveni.
We now offer our Stock of
Boots andi Shoce,
.A T W - .3 .A T usa
Special attention called to one
Lot of Shawls (Ilered at COS' !
Onie Lot of Cloaks of'ered at
COST I One Lot of Gltin,!.% ,
cniin g of HadoeCs.i
meeSuits, FanIcy Casimer
Pante and Black Cloth Coat~e,
TO CASH CUSTOMERlS I
WOOD WARD & LAW.
BOOTS & SHOES
UJT LS1loceived a comipleto assortment
of BoOTS nnd1 SIlo)~Ss of every rtyle
andi q'tality. The grO euer p'rt [ have 71 nr.
chiased inl person irect lrom, M ani -ictors
F A GTION.
A L 30.
A lot of Hasts and Caips, of the latest
oct &0 R J. Me"AtRLEY'S.
DR. ISAIAH SMIPSON,
CIIA RLiOTTrE, N. C,~
And public geoneral'y, liht, hie will
visit WINNSi4o ito. 8. C., profossionally*
the. 10th1 day of November, and reoain
two weeks. t bildrenl's t-ceth exnmined
anld t reated( in the miost. sk Iillu manne11r.
Charlotte, ('olunlibia and1 AuIguls
Ia linilrod Conip:my.
rnn 111., 8. C., Oct ober 21, 187:i.
AT the~ last annuaiil meeting of I the
.L:-8Stockhiolders of thb> Company, Ilhe
loll owing order was nitde:
"'That thle annital meet ings he hereafter
held on lie fIirst Tiuesdlny a fier thei secood
Mlona'y ini N avember of e.ch yem : and
thiat. tile nlextI 1 anual meet ing ho held ini
November, 187:1, in Colnsuhim, 8. C."'
In accordance with thle ah~ovs re54uttionl,
the annual meeting of thle Stockhoildtra 't
t his Company will be held( in thiis oity on
the ELEVENTil day of NOVEMBEtR
cot 28 C. BOUU1~TOUT, Sec'y.
Frsh~f A rrivaIs.
AIFRMiiI Lot o' .andios, Jellina, Pick
13eIs, Oysitcrs, Petohes. Toiuatioes,
Green Corn, Salmton, &c. Just recived
VOULD give Notice that
dl Notes and Accounts dueus
the 1st of Novembei next,
uust be settled either in Cot
ton or Money, by that
time, as we wish to
close out our busi
feie as~ much inldulg'ence as
we call aflord.
aid bringi g
in their Cotton
and not wishing to
sell, will be given hid il
recee if the Cotton is stored
BAG OT & CO
< AND FASIIONABLE.
largo and varied stock of general
tt't :bantlltdize. 1oo eImttubiVe to desrclo too
varieid to CIUmIrAIC,
Ptrcha-ers will do well to c0l1 a nd be
tatis'iedl of the fact. Spocial AlttenInce
1ms heen given to the ladlies department.
JD. I..axccL -cIa1le,,
FALL and WINTER
T I L L I N E R Y.
J. 0. BO A C's.
1again takoe pleaisuro in calling the
Ittention, of the ladies to our tuusl
Large elock of Iadios pattern liats, and
Pounnets, Rtibbotns, Flowevre anid Feathts.
A fiu line nl' Di11 Y GiOODS, ladies
lDre-s (loods. N..tions and tinnoy goods,
''lothIine;, alon andi Women's Boots, Shoes
GrocerIns and Conifeeltion'iries, Cigars
and Tobatcco, Furnituret, Miattresses &c.
CALL AN D SEI1
sep 18 J.0. BOAG.
TO OUR CUSTOMERUS
W IE wonid respect fully call the niten.
tionl of alt thiose indetbted to us for
ap ol ies oft Pho ghe that n t he time is
fat ox pirin~g an tailtt.ny hav e not paid us
yeti. We ar 110 twing for adlvan sca .i'tadn ti.
u,I to1 enbf, 11 to I' -ruisha YOU, andtc have
proised '0 to pity by 1.0 luat Novemb0 er. We
want to Ibe punct tual (if for, not hinug el so)
lot keep~(t ourc rdit u p. We can not be, un-i
lests YOUJ be punctual with us. Pa1y us
and~ oblige. L1E A'1T ' & 131t0.
N~ELSON & REFO.
To llay Your Lignors.
..IIEY have in store one hundred bar-.
rels, embracing every variety from the
commonest to the F'INEST brands.
Wo direct particular at tention to our
FINE~ COltN W fIISKEY, thne purty and
age of whlich wo war'rant, andI our' Wines
and Brandies reptresent o.'ery clime and
Count ry, In conootion with the Liquor
business wo have oponod a Rtestautrant for
the aceommnodation of the pmuli where
meals will be served at all hours, all we
ask is a'trial, sat isfaction Is guaranteed.
Fresh Lager on draughi.
'Fresh Oysters at the Restaurant,
A NOTIIRE R lot of Georgia Split Dottom
. Chair., on hand. como soon.
sep 4 3. MoINTYRW.
WINNSQB0RO', 8. V.
T RTY yeanrs esperienco in repairing
,fall kinds o f Watches.
]~ ~4 V G- ( O ( 'DS.
GOL D and Silver Wiioltcs of nil kinds.
Fancy .lewelry and Clocks of all derip.
ions, which I will sell low for cash Coie
and see for yourself. No charge for look.
ng. Thankful for past p-it ronage, I so.
liit a COUtiULI rOce of the sain.
)pposito Bacot & Co's.
A Boarding and Day School for Young
I8. H D. MOOlti,
M3 UALLIE ROtdINSON, IP ale
BOARD o TRUSTBRI.
Hon. W. It. RonDu-rsoM, Prosident.
701. J. I1. RION, It. L rT, w ,E q
apt JAS. B1AK T Cpt S. 11 ftowixr,
. . MOCANTS. 94q . 0. II. Mo.lAtSEa.
TUItMS 07 'o UioN.
For higher branchos, iuoluding the
angunge, per session, $25.
For intermediate classes, por ses,
i'o n, $18.
For prinary classes, por session, S12.
Mi-, per uession, $-20.
Boardintg. per monti, inchl ing wash.
ng. fuel and lights, per moith, $10.
Terms of payment-quarterly in advatiou.
1 Car load Salt, Broakfat
Btrip Bacon, Choico Hams
Pariched Rio and Java Coffee,
and Raw Java and Rio Cofloo,
Gr'anulated Ex 0 and C Su
gars, Flour, all Grades, Bag
ging and Ties, by
D. R. FLENNIKi&N.
A IE now recivinig the largest and
best selected stook of
BOOTS & SHlOES.
they hav'e over had, and are uow
prepared to adma~iuster
solid comfort to
We always aiim at buying good (O')ODSi
and believe thaat thaso who f~ivor
us with a trial wIll
realise the fact.
Me La~tIghlin & Co.
CH AN DLERI!
Success~ors to .J. M. Daly.
SE C oN D building
Souath of Court. Holise,
d ofler a I low figures. a
Scaoplete and elegant
S'lTOCK of Clhna, (laes
),~.)4fjYnnd ('rookery W A RE.
Oentlemen's and ladies' (oldi and silver'
Wntehes, (lhe colehr~ted ltlgin Watchies,
Silver' Ware, $terling and plated1,
Jewelry itn va9rionns yie's and
P'attertns, Puire andi plated
Oold a ndl ilver It ings,
C UTL EILY,
A ny art iclo of our line, not on hindl,
cani be procured for a customner in ten dayst
ithlout extra charige.
Watches, clocks and Jewa'lry, carefully
and prom ptly repaired. All work WVAR.
J. 8. CONNORI. C. M. CIIANDLE11.
1ATIES will dlo well to esmo forward
imnmedinately and settle their notes and ac
counts, which I am tired of havaing hold
for the last 24l months, or thecy will f'ind
them lat the hands of the Trial Justice for
collection. I moan business strictly, for
their notes are blue-moulding In moy safe
andi I can hardly preserve theni. I think
they have sold ootton by this timae of will
soon sell. J. D). MoCARLEY.
F 1 A 1- C NV
so r f<, P1Vh us,
INDISPENSAUrlE SKIRT SUP
Corsets--both woveni and pTlain.
LA dies and Ge.nts Underwear
Men'A Shirts and Drawornl. Now
IIAI , S iK. nd'i' ioLTr,
NEW BOOTS, SIl ) IS & G AITERS.
New of everythiIIg usiaIly
kopt in a first class
8SELLING Cl!MIP FOil
JOh N C. SQUI1ERn & 00.
S T O E!!
J. M. R. MOORE & Co.
NEXT DOOR TO
John C. Squier & 00,
GENTrs FU RNIBH'ING
BOO0TS, 8HO0ES, HIATh AND~
A fine lot of che'wing tobiooo and
Cigara conceoted by all to
be the bedt in TOWN.
CALL AND EXMJINE FORL
IFE INSUMANCE CO.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis. Pres't.
Ven. Wado Hiamptonm,Vice Prst
3. D. KElNNEDY, Sta'e Agant,
mnay 1...1 Looal Aent
T E hvre Just opened one of tho Iarg,
\V es iand best aelocted stooks of
tiind Wi-iter Goods, we have over
-p1,''11 in this tmrrkot. Our stock vonsit.e
it 'trri of a large nasortnment of Donesto
Io0 J La'lies' DresA Goods, in largo varie.
y, ConIi uing of Delaines, Cashlueres. DI
AS .uIas, Valeurs, iHaulrese Cloth$ and Al.
i larg'i stock of La,lies Shawls Rnd Soafe,
Lioien et is, lRuflliig, &c. Our stook
of Ready-Made Clething, undot
Shirts, Liiun thirtv, lhoieery,
Gloves, lIfts, Capyl
Boots and Shoos,
in tho largesb
had. and wo guarantoA to give satisfaitlloa
bo(1th as to Qutlity and Prloo. Vie
have a few jileces of Carpeting,
which we mill soll at pi 106
that, defy Competition.
We also keep) always
oul h1.and a full
Mhrdware, Crockery anl Wooden Ware,
and a full lite of 14 og'. Medicines, bools
an I Stationery. ills, P1aits, &a.
Wo r'espeefully invilo the attotion of
our' friends natd the publio gonorally to an
luapection of our stock bofore purohasing.
Goods Shown with Pleasuro I
McM ASTER & BRICE,
ni aihd .1th ernitIeeyi
warnte-' not. tt p couninhi a singlo particle of
Alevsenry, or ny, injurious i~iminerl ub
.ane, beit is
MI IE hY V EG1 ET1'A 1LEri,
CoItit aiinlug 1hos' .oal iterui iots1 anld Ierbs
w hich an Il-wise Ptovilencte has placed inl
conitries where Liver l)isonses Mos L
i. It will eutrei all Disetases cauised
boy l)rangemnatil et'ho Livor.
Th' Iiym nptomsn of Livo'r C omp if.' ny e n,.
haitter ior hata uste in 111 hlmonth; Pain i:t
laltwi"no, Siles or Jin~lts, ofteon mtistaken
itr lnea 'tism ;'t SourtM tomtachi; Lose of
\ ppeut i t 'l5 elt CIhernatel os~t ivio and.
;lin': ealo ; Iiie~.a if' memflory, with a
pt anfl Isenllniion of' hntv ing fni t'd tot do
'imel'ng wh~ ;ich oughat to have benuai done;
Deblillty, h~ow Spirits, ai iclk yellow rap.
Jiealtancaea of theC .tk'it anal l'yos, ~aidry
uoeime- mtanty of I haeso tiymnoptums attLend
thc -Ilenio'e, ait0 oter very few ; but to
Li-:cr, thle largtl airgant in thue bodty, is
geneu rnit y Ithe sent ft Iahe di sense, tad if' not
lenhmi ii'. gerieat snif~erinag, wretchst
Thi" ';rat Unifaiini' Speocific will not be
fanind te li'ast Unpleaisatnt..
l-'or I yv po pa in, Cut'Ipaio , Jaund icC,
ltillion.i. 'hlncks, ~iick loledche, CoAlio,
Di press'iion fi $piits, Sour iStomacht, Ileart
W.Oi'dl)N' IIVER RIEIlJI120E OR MiEDI.
Is theo Cheapesl, Put'est anal Best Family
Mledie e it h le Wornld I
Mu nniu'uactuired only by
Macon, G1a., uad Philadelphtia.
Price. $1 001. Sold1 by all Druggists.
Adm iiitrator's' Notice.
ALLA personls having claires against the
. . Etaito of' l ingh A. Milling, deceas
a':, lare herehy ntitied to present thiem
aluhy attefstld, and thtoso indeItbtedl are ro.
qui..itod to alke, imine liate paymenrt Ito the
undiaersaignedl. J AM ES$ A. MttI LLI NO,
col 28-flx" Admainistrator.
- EL INQUEI~NTIJ Tax.payers of Wints.
I )bloro(, Lake notice, thatt eoieoulions will
lio issuedia on te first day of Novemobor
iag'int all those who have not, mottled
their Town tatxes for 187..
eet 16 Clark Couunofl.
ALAYS~ ON HAND.
A full supply of Metallo Burial Cases,
. Walnut Caskets, Wialnut, Cast's and
Pino Coflins. Also otrepuared to do Jlob
Work of' any kind,' repairing old Oins,
makintg and nepiahaing Orit, Mills, at, the
old isitad known ats McGreighit's ihiop.
jand 24-3mt J. WV. McCRE)OlIT.
An Appeal andlt a Positive No tie
P\N nlCOunlft of band health, I will bet corn..
'.Jpelled to stop my business, and I ineed
ntoucy. All peons' Indebted to mei for
black,'miths work for 1872 and 1878, will
fit 1 iI to their Interest to mtake jmn.ediato
patyment. Thtose persons falling to pay
by the 15th ofat Novernhoer will find I heir
accouts in the hiandsa of an officer of the
law for Immediate oollctaion wIthout fear',
favor or nifectIon.
oct. 16--x8I P. M. SlPENCE,'
rl liRY a rinek of ".Pride of AugtratP
.1. h loutr. I f you wIsh thte very best-.,
so a nf BACOT & CO'9, low for cash,