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Jon PalNT" .ur offie h been,
fitted with. 1 - materials necepsary
for printing 0Y.Mof every degoriptsion.
Bills, Letterhe~de, Posters, Ivitation
and Business Cards &o., &a.
Citation-W. M Nelson.
Shoriff's Sale-L. W. Duvall.
Cheap Goods--Dannenberg '& Co.
Express nottv-8. K. MoDonald.
Attention airfield Fire Engine
Company-Juhn- C. Squier.
Meeting of the Stockholdero of the
Winnsboro National Bak-Sam'l. B.
Public Sale.-John 1senhower.
Sheriff's Sales.-L. W. Duvall.
Christmas G 'oods.- D. Lauder
dale. . %. : ' ,
Marked Down.-Landecker & Co.,
Sheriff's Sale.-L. W. Duvail.
Administrator's Notice.-John J.
Dannenberg & Co are con
stantly receiving new goods fr-m Now
York and Baltimore Markets *
0:)- Trade for the past few days has
been more brisk. Cotton is coming
Dit. JUNE.-Died at the residence
of Mr.John E. Peay last Wednesday
Y1- We learn hat the final exer.
oisps of M1t. Zion 'iool .111take
place on the night of the 2
PoLICEME.-At a ineeting of the
.'To*n Council, C. L. Refo, Sr., John
M4lure'(white) and P. Jenkins (col.
ored) were eleoted policemen.
gV Mr. H. T. Terilli, has pur
chqbed the Livery Sjalle from Mr.
A. F. Gooding. He announces that
his tertnt are striell/ cash. Read is
01- Three newly married eouptles
passed down on the oars , the other
day, and a few days previoudiy, three
more came to Winnsboro. This cer
tainly looks a, if the panic has not
affeotOd the matrimonial market.
'2 The Corndr Stone of the
Masonic Lodge at Ridgeway will be
laid to.morrow. The ceremony
will be conducted by G. T. Berg laq.,
Dl' Dannenberg & Co will receive
a handsome lot of calicoes, fast colors
this week. *
. ,DEATH O Mns. WM. 11. jEL.LISON.
-Just before going to pre qs we
learned that Mrs. W m. H1. !llison
formerfy ef this county, died recent.
ly at Ao'ky 'Mount, Bossier Parish,
lixWIrT FRoM ToWN TA.-It is
suggeded inor+er to stimulate im.
provements wjthin corporate limits
our City fa,lera issue a ,mani'icsto.
ektrreting all bagrind aEditions
to buildieg, *for jAeun years from nuuni.
eipal Tax. What do you saf, 1'aters:
M r- T he panic isng n
the merchants are again Jo,oking up.t
The low price of cotton hooyyr s~o
increased the length of their cons
tenances that it will be some tim~e
before they look like themselves
To DE r~eoR PonAD.--The village
of, Ridgowasy will be incorporated
aSlensvolens a. rngjority of its citi'zens
We an informed jiat oneeof thze rep.
resentativesealledo one.of the genthq.
men in favor of incorporatahig,.,and
got his and several other signiatures
and silently folded his tent and de
COTTON MAR K.-The market for
the pagt week ha, been. ite .active,
and 'full priees paid. There iq do.
manid Jor poorer. Nrades. Ordinary
commands 10 cents, good ordinairyl1
to 12 een s, but a betterhrice esei he
bned brte highes~t quality; 13,
beng faui yesterday for, strict low
mid dhing.. Sales of the week nearly
RArrlwiy AcczDrf.--While, the
down freight on Saturday was turn
ifig in to the side track to avoid the
passebger, a rail became disengaged
from the ties, and caused three ears
to gpa o .'. fogoe otf b ands was
prbmptly on the, spot, anid the dse g
was repaired. The. ub pissenger w-as
delayed several hours.
Trhe News & Couild~ shown on.
torprise in containing a map of the
Unit ed Sta tes with th.e projksed linre4
of Railroads to donneot the ,hast yd
the West. The surveys for Char..
leaton as the eastern terroinus. . We
favor the Spartanbur g and Ashville
Rtoad, as passing near est us.
MiNG IN o LINE'.-Mr. U. 8
Desportes of lIidgeway has ,moved
his store (ninety feet long) back
eight feet. This seemed a herculean
undertaking, but has been com
plished without displaoihg an article
from the shelves. .
The object was to aline his buildin8
with~tthq lot fence, and give a sidew alk
0:u- The Rural Carolinian gives
the follow ing list of now Granges in
Fairfield. Crosbyville Grange, B. 11.
Withers, Master. Alston Grange, D. 1R.
Elkin, Master. Feasterville Grange,
D. It. Feaster, Master. Boaver Creek
Grange, John Simpson, Master. There
are 189 granges in the. State. ..Let
the workgo on. We want inmmigra
tion, and oily the granges can bring
0:D- Dannenbeig & Co will sell
0r4 Cle9thing at immense reductions of
a, o 4--.- *.
MIAsSIC FEM.\L E .CoLiLEG E.-The
tweny-first ai'-al sestion of this
pbpular icollege opens on the 21st
January. 1874. The faculty is a full
one, embraceing seven instructors.
Terms per.semsion of -nino months.
Primary. $V5; Aca4etmio,. 635;
Collegiate, $50; Music $4.0. ,Board
$12 to $15 per month. The. istitu. C
tion is under charge of the Mlasonic
Brotherhood. For circular, opply to
to W. Cristio Bonet, Trincipal,
Cokesbury, S. C.
O)r Christmas is drawing near,
and the stores are filling with good
things for the holidays. Every one
is preparing his'gifts for the joyous
occasion. Some are also preparing
to make g,1a4, the heart of the
printer by paying up their dues.
How many, we do not know, but we I
feel ortin that a considerable num- J]
ber will come up, and supply thi of
fioe with the wherewithal fcr its
IMPraVEIENT.--In our triknip
around town we were pleased with
the spirit of improvement and chter- i
prise we find going on.. IVe learn that
the large and commolious store house
recently built by our etiefgetic fel. -
low-citizon, h. Sai't. Catliert, h as
been pwrchased. ly .Alesrs. D., R.
Gludney & Co., to whizh place they
have.temoved tbeir, choice. stock of
Wippe, Li'paors, Segars,, &c. \e U
uudprstan d they hwild, in a few dlys, b
add a selcet stock ,Qf Confootionery, 11
fruits pu,4 Fainily Groceries.. ( ive
'lst' call and you will be sure to t
find Ei-rn. at his post., .resdy .to jerve
,you,, as we are assured tiy one w'ho
knows, that he has not beeni 100 yards
frpw his door in twelve months.
DEATIIs OF ISAAU M. DWIC iIT, .sQ
--Tijlln.s have been received of the
death in cBooneville, Mifgouri, of Mr.
Isaac M. Dwight, who '.ad recently
left liss Carolina home for that State,
Mr. Dw'ght was widely known and
beloved. He was born in 1799 and
had thus passed the period allotted
to man. Almost his entire life was'
passed in the lower, Country, but
his frequent visits to Fairfield made
him well known here. 1,o was- i
noble type of the highest Southern
character. irave, impulsive, gene
rous and high toned, his, influence I
for.good was felt by ali with whom i
he camein contact. His death will
be seriounly felt. Mr. Dwight was
one of three surviving graduates of
the class of 1817 in theSouth Caroli.
na College. (One by one 'the
old generation are passing away.
O7 Darnenberg & Co'sliitle Store
around the Corner defies Comnpeti
.Entn-1u1. Il1yOt.rg)s.-A feyv even-.
,ings since a reception wsgvna
the "Grid gnl"t iven at.L
Ignenbrg.and ,his brido,just arriv
ed frqen llhltimoro..Alhoq~ghli e in
clefnent weather p.revented muany
-from coming out, quite a large nuni
her of guests assembled, A fterseveral
hours of sociti , intercourso, sup
per *swas announced. This :was
prepared in "Mine IIost'e'2,beat style
and received ample 'jnstice. Tlhe
festivities were .prolonge~d till 4
late hour. The office attended in full
force, and rougns its warinent..thanks
forj the hospitalities estended. A
reeeption was givqn the evening
previous to Mir. WN. 13. Gilbert and
bride a.4 the .resid~cnoe o~f Capt Tim
I,arden, .whichi was :a very pleasant
affair. The numerous friends of the
bridegroom paid, the,r .com pI imnits
to him in hismnow state. .We wish
these couples long life and happiness.
TumE LA BoRDt ~ONUMEN'r.--Gen.
jfi. C. Butlerad dressod a -etter to C. P.
Pelham Esq.,1Editor of the Phocnix
proposing to raise a mo.ipment to the
late,,,r. LaBorde. Gen. Butler be
lieves that a dollar from each student
who sat at Dr. LaBorde's feet during
the my yeatra,.of iris professorship
wilt erect a handsome shaft to his
memioi'y. The suggestion *in em':nent.
ly proper. Dr1 La Borde pvas so
song identified with 'he College that
he became a j~art of it, anid when
it fell he did not survive it. , nur
ing his- long service, lhe endeared
himsaelf to all. his students by his
kindiiess of heart and his high sense
of,.h,qnor, Dqring the war wh~en the
exercipes of college* .were sus pended,
hewas, as the Chairman qf the Cen-.
tr~al Assoeiation,,a true .friend ond
benefac~tor of the destituite soldiers.
While his menmory will be cherished
in the hearts of the people, his name.
should also lye perpetuated, in lasting
granite. Ilis li was staked and lost
in the late conflict, lIe looks to a
grateful peopie to do honor to his
r;emains. Let the response be gene
gal. Contributions can be sent di
reetlyto.Col. L. D. Childs of Coltum.
bior else left in this office whence
they will be forwarded.
AROVND To4vN.-Tho second cis
;ern located at Elliott's corner is
Owing to the recent continued
ains, trad', has been quito dull. The
merchants are anxiously awaiting a
The bells of the'different hotels and
oarding houses keep up a lively
Inging at ineal times and keen a fel
ow in a state of perpetual litger.
The guttering of the Court House
I being repaired so as to furnish an
lple supply of water for the cistern.
A lot of line hogs are in town. As
hey waddle along in their alderman..
0 propoortiot)i, they advertise the
'act that -corn is cheap where they
Christaas turkeys are dying of the
holera.- Can't we get someo of our
ludgos to issue an injunction re
traij.ing them front perpet r:ting this
liabolical fraud on tlie epuilinitility ?
'Vie. days .ai. rapidly growing
horter. This is disheartening. when
1e r member that the first of January
rill soon. be here with its "bills lili
aid.'1 About. that time, wye C will gct
p a firbt class "crisis."
O^ Daupenberg & Co are; prepar
3d for Merchant Tailoring for the
lolidays. Any orders for clothing
vill be accepted. I
FRAUnDU.rENT 'acKINo.--R ight
cre, ill Winnsboro, at tile Freight
)epot, are number of bales; of
otton detaiued because of fraudu
mut packing. All the different vari
ies, the plated bale, fair to scc on
10 outbide, and stained within-the
rater packed b,lc, a lready rotting
a the cent re, and the plated,
Vate logged bale-may be
een at the Depot, on the platform
pen to public gaz-. .This specie.; of
raud is becoming as prevllelit. as the
uyin'g; of sced cottou. The cotton
atscs through so .m1ialy lhinids beforte
eachinig t ihe -L.etor, tlat it is aitinost
impossi l, to fix the respons.ibility
pon the guilty party. A law should
'e pased making false packilig I
en1itentiary ollene. It is alm1.t as
ud, las goingh tot a InIerchalit's .f1 a4
ulking out. money. And t hen it is so
tupjid. The .Iraud % ill be defected
vei at the niills, Ilnd ti bale will
,e ret.uined even if it has IeTacId
iigland. be'ore detection. The
.ca chants should keep a "black li.
ontaining tie names of guiltv pairities
id should eireulate it is a Avarning.
Ve are grieved to see the evil spring.
ng up aniong the fiarmrs wiho ire
enerally pre-uined to be le.s skilled
n deceit th-in other. clarsics. We
now that. many of the owners of the
ottonl are inlnocent Of ' fraud. 13utt
hey :hould exercise vigiTance in see..
ig that packing is fairly done. It
iust be very mo1til, i g to a person
o have his name ou a Ile of cott. I
bove tie word ''phted" or "''raudiu
e nt' in So cotipacioUs a1 plaice as the
ublic depot. Let the wickedly d
losed cea.se, and let the l.uest exer
ise inure care in future. It. is ab
ured to revile the Yaiihl-ee for send
ng us wooden littnlegs and p>ste
mard shoes when we 1 pay tlhemli in.
and.ed ndu vwa ter ed oJt tl on. Lii. us
weep~ bef'ore our owni doors before
Ilearing t heir~ thresh olds.
O0" D)anenberg & Co bh-ve 00ome
ap to thiir adlveritisemnt. N.. hum
T~~OUi nr heeb oPi) rderedi 1o asembile
. nii your Engiine liue iiCoin Thrllaify
ext,-. Wilh iln aint, ati -4 o'clock, inl lull
lNiIa Uiionaili. for l'AlIanii.
JBy ordler (f th l're Pir'ent,
JOlt N C. SQt'liliR
deo 10 Secrin ry.
C N h O 0thof N overaher~l i urChw~ed
th neetof A. F. Glooding in ithe
Uinnsboiroi livery Stable. All bairse hire,
Ilggy irel, andii hoIse. feed will be CAS/J.
l'his~ ruile will be MiiiedMy u-lhere-d to.
vlii al wazis 1. l:p oil halnd goodi sadle and
baggy haoiies, ialso carr-iages a ii hu-rgi es
or h1 ro. Thie paltronnago or t he pIblic is
Ior Christmoas Jrolidiays and. cominitg
New year for old folks andl~ younlg lolis
-Calonlateud to meet .lhe diversified Iuieis
f purtlichses of aill ages sexes c~rircum
tatlL( iind( condiitionIs, just received at
Wec invite ii'speciion1 and Customners.
, 'URJIJd( SALE.
[will oiler for sale near Waftep1.
-.(i i Chch Onl 'incedy 2ti1di dy lc imbter
nat., One steami1 Enlginec (I 5 hior-Cl'uwer
oth Or-isi Mill iiatlcd, onel Ihini-l carli
lie balanc.e (il a Credlit of t.w(elve monthsii
ithi mlori gige an ld $cur ily.. I ii l'
eli for cash the follow inig aic ies of pro.
luco, Coni, liny. Cot ton teed, Igo ivc
iid lloiney ;JBesies other- thbin gs too0 nu..
leou~ts o mention. Al~ so a holi nn fThsi.
dollN 1N110hl ,
I IAV.iI prociured ithe
very best Mechianics in
thie counltry, 1 feel war
Vinntedl in uiyinig thait I
.can furnlishi as nlear. 11OOT
or 8110E as any Shop.
ill the~ South1. All work
varranfed to give et isfactionl. My Shop
t next door to F.' Ceini's Sadihenry
SN EIFF'S SALE.
13 Y Virtue of Sundry E-xecu tions to to
...) directed, I wvill offer for sale, for
Cash it public auction, to the highest bid.
der beforii the Court House door it
Winnsbout within tho legal hours of ale
onl (te first Monday in January next,
tio-following desoribol property, to wit :
- 'All that pieco parool or tract of land
lying being and Situato in (ho Counly of
fi-lfield and State of ieuthtlm Carolina
containing Two lunidred and Forly-Six
and one fourh acres, more er loss, on tl
r od lenfling front Crosbyville to Colum.
bia. aid bounded by lands of It 11. With.
e t, Ii. J. F. W. Coleman, Asaph Ifill aid
othwer. Lovied uponti as the property of
D'vid (Utevensmou, at the suit of Frulicis P.
Crosby, Exeetirix t agailist Da il Sttven.
011. Solu it thie risk of lie former pltut
One tract of lanud containing four hutatn.
dre'l acres more 01t less situate in Fairfield
('ounity tad Stao of South Carolfina, ad
joiniilig linds or J. R. , Davis, .1o. C. oll
Saralh Pe-ttisotn antd others levied, pupo as
the proporty of Thomas it. 130! at the suit
of Nancy W.-Thompson and others.
O)ue tr'act of land cotitining i one hun-11.
dtred nd Eighly Iacres 110 o e orf- less beilg
lie triat set d11l it4s homestead for Adnai
Jolhlistonjl botinded on Ile north ly lie
lugheysl Ferry Rboad and otn the west by
l1ads oit Benk Mart it, and onl I lie east, by
liials of Neil Uuigtard. Levied upJeot as the
proi-erty of Aia Johnliton at tla suit of
Williatm Cttlis against Ana'Johnstos.-.
Oneo tract f Iantad'in Faitfield (ouhly
Stale Ut South Carolili,' cbutaining 'utt0
hnttidred ead fifty four acres more or less
.iniig lainds of' J. M: Ctlel-.* J. fJ .
lahatn, Thomas llobbs, and others levied
t11n011 as t propert-y of John larker at
iie suit. of 11. N. Stmtrt assignee and otherb
L. W. DUVALL,
S. F. C.
Winnsboro', S. ,
Dee. 1,. 1873.
SM ElIIFE'S SAL E,
Hie St a te of Soul i Carolina, '
Couily.of Faiiiehl, j
- I N 'I I I V '1o.\lN M 11 N PL .\sA ..
Sm. . losborotgh as8 tai l.1ecutfor of the last
will ;11l lestanient. of J.1tames L.. Rus 0
Iouigh decee':i"d, -agailst. Carolite 110s
h),oough, liebeten: J1. ltosbfor't-tgh, Mlary
E.. oleitkog,. The Stlllitrie Acii!'
II,[ Suo per Plhaospitte Cotaipny, and Iich
'1rd4 S. lDe:portes.*
1 N 1ir.iate of inil order of' Cottt
1. tiade inl the above 4:1s1ed wisse, 1.
vill (eller for sale before the ceittii lhoo'ai
Iotor inl Winslmro'ti, on i le first \ldivlf
11 Janiuar1 y iext. to 1ihe hiighest bildtr
siitia tie legal hiours of sale the follow.
tng. e.'ei ibe d properly tI. wil
.\%l 1lNt re'e,'t of 'ltidcontajining one litte
lied at:d.! sixty aeC'3 Hor1e r01' It.', lYillg
mI Sriawtne'ys Creek, water's of Wat ere'
Itiver in the Cotly of Fairfield ani Staute
)f Sou It h Ciarolinia and bouldt b lby tA of
rs. Ann laluiter, Jaines D. Walker, Noah
hinle and flowell l1..imutel.
All that. ract of iand coittaiingThree
tuidred atid-twetity-four tcte ti re )tr
ess ling onl I ors C'reek: Waters of' Pichl
linanl. Creek in -lie Countiy anil 8t11
ifo resaid ana boindetid -by iin'es of . ames
li-akr(onThomalis, E. 0. Pahn11er Jr.
itne.eAIl H obertson and of ters.
A il Ihae ir:ght title and int.crest of James
1'. .ll -ibotugh, deceased being the re
nianiler alter fte life estale oftober 1I.
loiborou-gh tin antd his wife l't'ary F-. 1. Ilos
).i lag , in t nia ce0itn tract of latnd, 0on
aliung I wo hittdred acres more or less
nlown't asIle Wmll. Vosbolouigh racIte lying
ilia the iw e iiers of' DuIeblIianIsati m creL'k in it li
- uiiv adl State afolrtaid a. ltioutdel
)y lath< of' .ls. 1". Walke-r,Sarh Iolert
on and l rs. Ain llnter.
One tbird of I bl priliciaise m11on'ey to be
paHt in Cash, .ho tremiainider' tlereof int
wo t4atiiil aninual istalinents with tr.
sst therceon, letyabile ioianully fromt 'ihe
lily oft sal, to te securted! by thle bontd of
fee iarchtseir tande a tmortgage tof t he
ril escr sosld aned th'e purei'lltseto pay0111
etr atlI necesrsary pape.rs.
L.. W'. D)UV.\Li,
iilieuenlloo, 5. C ,
De.c I12, I '73.
S 'I1E1 l"F'S SALES.
lazel M. Z/ealy' andI Wife, vs. ..:
1,y' Ies- Pet it ion for Pat I hin.
"N purisanlce otf nn otert tif the Courti, of
P. robaite ithe ab~'e entlt! *ie-.
LitinIilofrfr s tleoare fle Cortla
flottse d.oor ini WIiinn-boro. en I le fiirst
M ltilay in .Jia'ttary tnex t, At pttbl ic o)ti.-ery'
13 lie fhighaet. bi' hder a trtt of 'land ly'inga
a ndilu'a'etit intthef. (otelyt of' lFairf'iehll inl
t~ho .Sitte of Sot htl Car'olia ctotaininlg
satu ithousaid acr'es mior'e or'less, 'a t.!ltboun
1 lid ''y lan ds air G. P. ~Al ar'iin, M-rs. E. S.
lisi andl D) lI. 'iklitnd, on thle NothI by
landls oft A. Mc tOill and .a!. if. DAv~'is, ont lie
Fast , Iby lantds of Thl1os. Mhoill atndi estate
u'f Mr s. M. N. lilawkinos dleetnse'd, ona the
West, antd by li an'of' .1. K. Dav'is lon thie
Nat h. Thea iahteve detscribed~ tract of' land
n~ ill lhe div'idced inito f'ourt partcels ande saldL
by3 thle separute1. pl-r~iei ,leats of t' soverail
pairC 13 will be exhibligtd on dtty oef sale,
:air Iihe convei'yantces will be dt'e wvn accor'
dling to thie Pl1at.
. OnI iird of thle pura'se fnortey to lao
lt'(d inl Utash, jalso suflioiet enshi l' paay
c ost of suljt. anid expentse of' stale, fu the
b alaince a credhit. of Otte and t wo 'years:
withI itnt 01res. fttrm day of iaetI'. Purct'haser'
to give bondac secatted lay lmor' t gago of f th
piremnisaes andt to paay fort iall necessairy
. :. -LW. PU!"Ald., S. F. 'i
ShteriIf's 0 lere,
lDeo 1 3 -f l.2
N :n Cot ao f P'i;oni.'re.
D~avbld L. G~lnn, A'hministtratotr of Gleo. W
tGletnn, doeceasoed, via. M'Iarion Gibsoti
IN paarir'Iace of nn crder' oif mtaide by3
-. the Judege of Probate in thie abocve.
itt ed case, I will sell (in thle fitst. Mlondlay.
ii Januiary ntext, wialhin he legal hourts
.'sale, before tin Couti' Ifouso (do0. In
Vt ittnsbotro, t lie folloni ing descr'ibed prop.
arty, to wit..
-A t ract oh' land of which the Inteostate,
(co. W. Gibsonl, deceilased, was seized tnd
possessed at thec timo of his dleathI, situiato
in thle CoantIy of F~aireli eld Iad Staite of
SothI Carolinaii, conttainintg ono thotusantd
ictres, mtore or lests, and bountd 1 .by lands
A tndrew Mc Mlechin, Sihtlnlff, iand'others.
Tertms of sale--one thirdt of tha paur.
teasmoneioiy to lie paidl in ensht, thie hai
rnteo In two c ijnal annual instahneaot,, with
ntert'~,t at seven per cet. perC aunt
from day of sale, 'paurchasor to give boend
intd mnortgatge of the promises sold, anitd
pay for pa pers.
de 1.1 1. W. DUV'A LL, 8. F. C.
AROUND T H E CORNER,
Who-re 'you can buy at pnhe prices '
Calicoe us at ) 1 ti0 cet a
all-styles of .aiiesl
--A L 8 0
MEN8 N 'D YOIJ "HIiS'
lise uts at Call, we Will pleiae 11.1.
N lo 11 11III TOSIlMW G001l- !
nARKED D rwN
TBost Cali oes 10 Ce:; 1s, Drecsa Goods at
G.1Al1T BA 110 A \ 1NS
ClothIiing, Iboofs and shoeas 1110:=15
REMFMBFR T H E FIRM,
S. Lauidecker & (o.
MESS SH AD !
MESS SIHlAD ! !
. I Elo of Frr ;h Grcris j-at
of 2 bis. No I. .\es ShaE,
2 "Sailt llerring,
2 bIls. No I.Aake,
2 bis. No. 2 '
0 denl lKils No. 1, 2 and
Ala lot or t'.nansd Ci od Fish ,.-*
I amnily use, whaieb I can~ rec-uend froma
oxperaienace. -Coffec nndl agar of' all
G rades, L~a ad, Bracon an.t ti n , N. I.
AIininA lOutteIr, lCeese a nd Crackers ofI
tall khls~d, ~lenl, Iloiny and1 Flour~ or I le
bestI gradeis. Al!so ('anedi Goods of nI!
ktinads, Oyst ers., Ci.ans:1 'cacheos and 1' ine
Ap~ples, Tomato1 eH Catstlp, :iuii, yd iitrg, in
A maoat'lea Cln b Fis hi. Ervery Ihi ing t.at can
b)e had af a first class (irocry, 121I ilso a
fine lot of ).eak's Tw ist Tlobacco, 1,000)
Figaro Cigar1. andI olhter grades, and11 best
of all. conlsi anI ly on hand t he best gnlality
of JAq~'uors th~at er ni be lhad. iNathlan's
Cabi net, Burke's Rye, aind L~ynelbutg
'Lyo, Nelson Co., Kecntuacky Rye, ilat can
not be excell. Come andl lay for your
selves and be your ovyn .iudge.
.Johnu D. McCarley.
I1a 1',* 0id ivel',1poo 8y rllctua ""alt.
G~ ,:teks Itroind It
FALL and WiNTER
MIjLLI N ERY.
UIkItnifijl tuS li, laies, Io wir. i:1itsual
1119 llc i r)..H ' II )i Hals
Bonnt s S CS i ll , ltI-'(jp~ 111.
AS Ail ) ('AIrJDR GONLY!tt
ilaz,, ot on' Jil- illc I ('r.b
li S I I 'vJ. s I'tdn shoe
l Il ld ijil i f *.I c ~ioni, i gr
Fut I l lr,11 I tl
CAI 'tM A N 1i8 V *Ej.
P1R031PiT 8ETTic4'pXN it i.4
jA1RIS i.dsIebted to thC utd
either by otes or Open accullint
are ONCE M.ORE reooestcd tO Colne fot
ward and settle tLeir iniebtedn. Ji Thostj
rCmainaing unsettled on'the Ilt of DIciem -
ber next, wiJ beo pl]aeced in the han is of at
Attorney, and their collotion foi oed by
the usual legal course.
Cotton will be received at tnarket irice,
or liehl uill bettor prices lirevail. I
This not ice is fiial, and z.hosa i nt .C cC.:
willsavo mono by heeding iP.
T'. II. ROE". .O V
NELSON & RtEF0.
TO. flly 10!l110110Y14
rj-i ha'. u In 0or -ne hulndred Itn.
relm, embracing ever variey firl
collniones.t to the lI'Eii.:IrallIs.
WO direct partioil'n, a tht j:in Ito "II.*
FINE' 1.n'it N aillShIJ., the putrity. IInd
age jo ihll We v-'llint 1. d o r 11 III,
an111 Branldle'l rer-.resent every elimei :111
C InIl 1ry, III Co;.Anee itio willh (lhe Li-; I-pr
husiness we htvc oitn. ie a er
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P(uIiL V.n. C. ~:IA I
rel ht Oyl i ears al t hei'sc-0a c11rn e t
hi r uh,-aivl ed115inii 11thern liniiy in
pifulSCed noi co iiha ingIll pato dole6
i-ryii., or anw ajnir noni tic iral lut
po ance,~L ob t it~~zaiI 'o,~d
8confi18Iinin yto Soulitc r ia lo ol i Il and ierb
: I driese wht o iae,i very 1fse m.,.i Ii.
prvi, ti il rere Olal Diee entnolyet
by DeriangeyUicnQnt of the d~iver.~,~adi i
iThitci iyptll o Liv rotserrpin wre a
bintte bacasto Uinletheaaoth Pini
h Inck, Dyipllso (Jointsll oten 1 mlli (, e
for~~il lit tmaisin : Sour Itomdach : .0 (ofii
Ah ppretie; Iowel1 ltertly $ t~rl~a i. ln
axrn ;&le.deh ;&i s fmmoytwt
Deii liy, how IiVrTl a1hc el p
poarmnhl'fofthe- on ahby ys - a
Jog ot . mi forIA &onsup0.o
hr isee, 1 t. oher vey a fw ; bt.h
jie 26elretogn ntebdh
.1te gadin OWimd or reat suffering, wrei h-l
.ine. and f eai h w'~cill ansue.ui uutli
ITiOsuppretUnligefi willa SCbott1 nt belt
found the at Upl. aat
A.llou ataks .c IMeadache, Cl
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