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Jon PIlINiniNo.-OUr ofliCe has been
fitted with all materials necessary
for printing jobs of every description.
Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitatiou
and Busineis Cards &c., &c.
l'otatoes- -it. J. MeCariey.
Masonio M oeting-Jolu C. Squier,
Termls fuor 1874 1-W ithle r." ani
Dissoalution of Copartnerhi p--Net
sol & Itefo.
Mui.r..- r. A. F. Gooding has
jist received a lot, of line Kentticky
Al Ile. Don't fail to call on himli.
Uip to the timo of going to press
yest.erday Cotton was selliag ajt from
9 to 13, cents.
Mi. lenry A. (a ibs.on bus re.,ignod
his position as chool ''ru.,tee in
Town.lip N.'. 10, and Mr. JohN .
Raberts himas E been appointed it[ his
SLOad by icljoul Coani.-ailner Crow
0"! Messrs. ULeot'& Co., advertise
for sale several of the best vat ict-ies
of fet tilirerg. All successfil furners
realize the practical Utility of' these
.standard fertilizer". Give Bacot &.
Co. a call.
A meetinv4 (f the liammigratiou So.
Ciety was held oil Fridky, and ad
journed in respect to the memory of
Mrs. G. 11. MeMaster, the wife of the
Chairman, to meet on Thursday n'ext
at 5 o'clock, P. M.
THiE CouaiT.-The Cour't of Con
mon Pleas and Ge!neral Sessions,
Judge Mackey iie.-iding, convenes at
t.his plaeo on Monaay iext. Th:fet
areeveral* Criminal Cases Onl docket,
S-Aie of them important. The civil
docket is also guite (till.
ho 'r710 ease of the State v.. ilezo.
hiab Duncan, for the killiing of' L. mi.
Bolick, lasa been atsigned for
Wednesday. Mr. Dican will be
defenided by ble.srs. iachminanU &
You mans, and Col. J as. 11. Ition.
TPu .ra'IA S.---wenity-i-.-~ or'
thirty of tle sons of the Land 4f
Song hav'e left for Spartaibuirg, under
contracts to work, some at trades
ianad othe:s at u mnmal labor. It is
hopjed they will be asorbed in this
way, and Ilmateriallv add to the im
provement aild avantago of the
State, as well as betterint g their oVIn I
0 :'- Tihe clcrk of the wea'ther
seems in a whimsical state of mind. For
the past three or four &.3s we have
cnjOyed varioms pla:es of welather,
at one ti me bright with itishinte
and at .aiother clouly and threaten
inag. Priesent indicItionls are thai~t it
will waver a little and then clear oil'
O~-We return thanks to S. 13.
P'iekens Wq., tiehet agent for a com-i
plimencatary over the S. C. R. RI. for
Also to Supeu intendent Jas. An..
derson, through Thos. 8. D)avanit Esq.
for a pass over the C. C. & A. R. Rt.
for this 3eair.
uj'Court met yesterday. Tholi
following cases wvill be tried in Gene.
ral Sessaions this term.
'The aStyate vs. Aeq-uilla Ilar'ison,
'1ind IsamW Glahdden- --malicijous mis
TJhe Sta te vs. I1. E. Dunkoan-mtur"
TaxE TIoUnINuENT1 A T I.AC~S'T AKC.
--WVe had the pliemiure of attending
the Tournament and Ball at Black
stock on Thur'sday, and we are pleas
edl to state tbat they were a gi-ani'd
success. We will give a detailed
aiCCOUn t in our niext islu. The com.*
iuittee of arra'ngeet will iensfe ae0
eept our thanks for a oomplimientary
ticket, and for their other courteaies.
D01" o TuxE Sims T~~ wwN.--A
telegraphl (dispatchi iniformis us of the
death ini North Carolina of th Si
ameseC$ twins. Chaing wvaspartalysed last
fall arnd has beenc in feeble healthi
s'omel timen. On Fridzay night Changl
exp1iredI sud denldy. Eancg was so shoek-.
ed at thIiis that hie raged wihlly for a
while and then saiak into a stupor' in
whiceh he died in two hours.
O During ourit v it tao Ichtkstock
we had the pleatsur ofl metnaetinag seve
ral old comriades in armas, with whom
we Nto')d shoulder to shouldeor in real1
fight, nand not ini mimic p.geant. TIhe
TJuL1 naenit reca lald siv'Jily days
genve bay, anad t oge ther we fougnt oaver
tanl ol~ d baittlIee. Amnig t hese werie
M~les-i's. R. (Clonuney, 1El. .'hainnon,
Thios. lirice, .Jas. E. J ohnston, TV. P.
Mitehell and others.
DrEAvn o:.'Mas. G EOnioF II. Mc31As.
TER~f.-Wo are pained to announce
the death of this estimable lady,
which occurred yesterday morning,
Mrs. McMaster hand been in feeble
healith for somec time past, suf'arirg
from thiat fell disease, consumption.
11cr loss 14 mo,.,,d by a larg -icl
knigbts wore sixteen in number, as
Knight of the tied Rose, I. 0. Miller,
" " " Lono Star, 0. L. Kennedy,
"f " Rocey Ureek, H. IW. Miller,
Ivanhoo, Jae. N. Caldwell,
Edgar of Ravenswood, W. M. Harden, I
Sir Walter Raleigh, E. P. Davis,
Birmingham, 8. F. Cuoper,
Knight of the Elm'1, IV. T. Holly,
Black Prince, -J, It. Craig,
Ncrgt. Jasper, 'J E Wylie,
Kt. of Gladden's Oro e', F. McCullough.
Stonewall, '. P. Ragsdale.
Kt. of the lound Table, J. N. L'ald~vell,
Jndian Chief. Ira 4. Scott,
Unexpected Knight, 'I. V. lpAIgsn,
After somo manLu'vrlntg, the tri.l
of skill b.'gan. Ono by one the
knights dashed thro'u-gh with poised
lanees, and though all did their .do.
Voirs tcobly, the Godiess Fortune
Was, as 11sual, lick le. We fancied we
could Leo ladies changing color, as
their respective championa bore thei
selves in th'e lists, now trembling
with apprehensio'I, aid again beam..
ing with ple'asure', or exhibiting d i
appointnout at the result. Space
will not permit a detuiled account of o
the tilting. At the close of the third
essay, it was annouuced that Black
l'riinee, sustaining a epUttitiol
won in the hard fought battlcs of
Grecy and Poictiers i.1 nedioeal days a
when. l'nc'es were bi rbed, nnd
knights were arnie1 cap--npie, had
borno off honors \With seven rings, and
was entitled to c'ro'wn the Queen of r
Li)vc and oaity. The Knight of
Rocky Crook', Waspro'elined second,
he li.ving taken sik rings; and Bir.
mingham with five rings claimed
the third place.of bonor. Ravens
wood, Sergeant Jaspe'r, the Unex.
peeted Knight and Indian 'Chie'f were
competitors for the fourth place, oach a
havinig borno off four rings. These w
were made to compete a second P
time, when Ravenswood wasptpro
nounced entitled to the fourth honor.
A trial of horsemanship was then
ordered. Although several of the
knights displayed great skill in the
management of their steeds, we were a
acquainted with but four, Walter
Raleigh, Indian Chief, Ravenswood
and Jasper. After some cofisulta- -
tion, the judges awarded the gilt.
spurs to Walter Rauligh.
T'ho award of prizes and the corona- ti
tion were next in order. The prizes a
were respectiVely a silver pitcher, .
silvor cake basket; -gold lined goblet,
gold lined cup and spurs. After
the presentation of these; the Black C
'rince, in knightly st)fe, 'placed the
crown up'on the brow of Miss Mary
E. iMiller, proclaiming her in a set
addrgs", the Queen of Love and Beau
ty. ils Lida B. Mobley was chosen
first Maid of Honor, and Mi:ses
Minnie Coleman and Amanda Davis,
of Rideway, thi'rd and fourth Maids
f Honor re.pectively.
Thus ended the Tournament. An
invitationlwusextended to the visitors
to attend the Ball th:at evening.
Ily this.titne th'e clotds woro b6.
ing dissipated into thin air, b
and the Sun having decided it P
not beneath his dignity to be presont a
on this occasion, 'ca'1e from his hiding
plac' d il'using a g'enial glow upon
everything; and that n ighL 'the moon
shed ler gentie beams upon the joy.
As maniy of the Ositors *ere from
a distance, it svas decided that thme
ball should begin at an early hour,
and shortly titter night tfahll in thme
new Masonio Hlall, dancing was8 comn
menced under the enl iveninlg strains
of Oscar 10llington's c'lored dri~'g
band t'ronl Columnbia. After several
quadrilles, supper was announced, y
and the party, repaired to Carroll's
ne* fH6tb. I-ere a 'umnptuods re
past was furnished. Substantials in
aibundatice gladd~ened the eyes of the
practical ; while the senti mental por
tion discus~sed airy nothings iver the
mo~st tetipting viand's. Thera must
ha've b'eon two lhundr'ed and fifty or
three hundred guests at the tables. We
cannot give thme number with accura
ey 'as od'r Attention was turned
rather to the feast than th'ose feasting.
After supper, danucing was renewedl
with zest, and quad rills, lancers,
polkas galops, waltzes, and o't' er*
dances 'varied the programnme till t~he
sinall hours of the morning.
The gaeenm was attenmde'd by a'nany
fair subjets, oa'chu of *hom hold(
sway'over a retinun of admirers.
,l eosidos the,Rfoyal Sot; we particular
ly noticed M isses I1'' handh 1 ~
Miss 8-, Misses II-and
$1e0-.~ , Miss R --, andl several I
others who-c names we did not learn
in the excitement of the dance. Thme
marriba ladies who wore chaperones
also a'dded grace iand dignity, and
vied in charms with their younger
All things must end, and the
Tl'durnamemnt And llali at last iero
over. Themy were a eomletec success.
A i'~ cibaible ci rrcunmstance i.s that
in all th is crowd, there was no (is
til hanme, SAlooils were closed, and
noting o'ccurred to amur theo plenkiro
of thes day lilackstoek knows how
to get up Mi affair of this aort. It is
a thi-iving to'ti amnd is growii iapid
ly. Mr..Garrola ('on federate v'eterah
who lost a leg ib th'e wiur is just comn
lingLii a ~oothniodioums hotel, Mr. Ja
E. .Johnson hmas erectoud a new store
andl Ml Aonib IHall, andl ot her im)..
pr~ovemsonts are in progress. VTe
smerchants areo wide awake, iod the
farmnora are succes.<ful, and there are
ce'idenca of solid j~ro..perity in this
W'o have thus reported in an in.
perfect nmnner our visit to .llack
stock. Many things are omitted, for
which our cecuse is that we so
thoroughly enjoyed ourselves that
we took no notes and report from
miemory. (f any are dissatisfied let
them invite sus up again, and give us
another trial. In ooncilisioh we re
turn thanks to the managers and
other friends for' courtesies shown us
durirg our vinit;
B farrels selected planting pot atoos
f the following kinds.
FOR SALE BY
Uilboro Lodge No. 11, A..
i.'. I .'.
Rli S'!.An1 Ot' U I:t-sCArosr of hie
lml omu will boe beld inl Masonlic [[all
nt 1 Tursday e!vein g nsext, '!9th I lnet.
fly order of tIho, W. \f.
jan 2'7 JOllN C. IQUlEIt, Bee.
TEitM8 F~ORI 1874.
T E pro'pose to sell poods for 1874 oi
a catshs basis. \ll gonds chargedi
it our books Wil' 1ie e4.wideci due on
Ie first day ofithe imontht followinig, and;
,II bil's not. then paid wvill Ie charged in
3rest at tie rate of two (2). per cent. per
'nih Int'il pas id. - This rule will he'
tictly adhered to in all cases where no
pecial arilangenments aro mad-te.
jan 22 W IIilE'Rs & DWT ivT.
Iissoltiion of (opartiOrsihip.
|'E ifirm of'Nelson and lero has 0hi
F day been dissolved b y mn'fttul
greement. IV. M. NlE .80N.
Jan. 19th, 1874 if. 13. HEM,
N. B. The books of tlie store are in the
ands of W. N. Nelson fur collection.
he books of the Bar Itooma are in the
nods of II. B. Refo for colleelion. All
ersons who are indebied at oither place
ro reqiuested to mnako paymsent at oico, ill
e wih ilho books closed.s early as
ible. W . NLSON,
jan 24-ftlxl 11. R FO.
WIAAISiORW', S. C'.
r lllRTV years expeience in repairing
all kinds of Watches.
N T W C 0 O E S.
001.1) and Silvor Watches of all kinds
211(y JenoUiry nild tClock of fill descrip
ons, which I will stl. low for cash.. Cote 3
iud see for yourself. No charge for look.
o. Thankful for pAst. pal ronage, I so
it a continu ince of the samie.
pposi(o Bacot & Co's.
TO ALL THOSE
F an prepared to make and repair Orini
lills, and repair old Giis. ALSO to do joit
ork of any kind.
IN itl' lin e I kCecp colsta'ul'y 'on hand
full supply of all sizes of the AlealQ
urini Cases. Walnut Cases, Caskets, u'nd
inn Coffins at the old stand knoWn as
J. W. McCRlEIU ilT.
ILBE 8OL~D AS FOLLOWS:
50 Per Ton of 2,000 lbs.
55 Per Tn of 2,000 lbs,
Payable Nov. 1 1874.
Free of Inlterest.
REIII1IT AND DI)iAYAIE TO0 BE ADDED.
This ghuano has been well tested int
thIis County and proved
A S U CES.
0 A NU5 PflR lCOE.
$33 PER TON~ OF 2,000 L1BS,
$38 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS,
5A YA lbi~ NOV I'M il1it I 1874.8
RIGHUIT AM) DRfAYAGE TO DIE ADDED.
ER A lEY'~
SEA FOWL QUJANO
W.ILL. llP, tILD A S F'OLVS
$50 PER 0N or 2,00 LB8,
T I~E E Pat IOE.
$60 PER TON 0O' 2,000 LBS. <
Freight a nl lirayngo 10olue added.
STAND)ARD) A NO 1.
$40 PER T'0N OF 2,000 LBS.
TIMEN i It'lE.
$47 PER TON 01' 2,000 LBS,.
Freight anid I)rayage to be add~sed.
'his Gusn no i c henper thans ost IFe"rtili.
zers. and is coneideresd by nmany as
equially good. Th'lousantds of tns
sold in Gecorgia last, ye r*.
FOft BA LE BY
[ ARlTIES lndebtod to mie for elfher
LP Pantation supplios or faitly Oro
cries nieed not apply for furt(her iu-.
oncoe or accommsodation util they pay
tp what is due. They will also confer a I
'avor by not i'ending gnsy more ordei-s to
ny store, as, the same wll not ha fIled,r
anless accompanied wilh ( he cash.,
jan 7'i n
of friends und admirers whom her fine
cjualities had drawn around her. We
Lender to the bereaved family our
D-ATH OF TWO PROMiNEN T CITl
anx.-We have tidings of the death
f Major Thos. Ly3les, one of the old
ist and most respected citizens of
Feairliehll. Maojor Lyles was eighty.
eight years of age. Many years ago
bie represented Fairfield in thle Legis
lature. His health was feeble for a
lot) :yeriod before his death.
\ 'ehav'e also learned of the death
>f Mr. .oel A. Smith, oa Saturday,
17th inst. lie had rea'ched the age
it uLiel1 man is generally in the
prime of life. But consumptiou
slaimed him for a victi'm. To the
Famijies of the deceased we t'ender
bearty s ipathy.
Ti1' HUMANIrIES AND TilE INDUS.
ruitr.s.--Col. J. P. Thomas announces
hat the Carolina Military Inititute,
>f which ie is superintendent, is a
Cool of the "Ilumalnitics and Indus.
ries." We have flattering reports
>4 the prourCSs of this CApital inati
ution. The GraugeS of Cabarrus
ouinty, N. C , have passed resolti.
iolls expressing their cotifidence inl
he Carolina Military Institute, and
!om mending it to the confidence of
he people. We wish Col. Thomas
ill that success which'his ability, ex
erienco and energy richly deserve-.
We insert this morning a series of
juestion from a subscriber which
vere accidentally mislaid for somec
Vi!l you please define "Trial Jus.
ices" or let mnc know if they belong
tricly to the New Code of' Juror.,
r. n hether they are the saine-justices
>f the peace before 'th'e law that
xebkter defines to be a justice, "the
tghly honored to do justice, evct
0 the Kiig. as well as to the bur.
>lest. Il ha've never read law ias i
tudy, t'hoogh I onve alivays under
ttod tlitt it was based on truth n'nd
u.tice, and holy Writ a4 on a rock
oundation. W ILK:E1SON.
We- give these pertinetit, questions',
>ut are not euough of a iSolomon to
iswer them. The ways of Triil
Iu.sti-es are often inserfitable and
m.st finiding out. Willkerson1 mDut
pply apply elsewhere for & holthion
I this Gomnuntidrunl.
WINoNSiOtO FEMAE. S1 NAR.
Tle next session of this Institution
Vill commence on Monday, F'brua'ry
!,i. Parents d'esiro'us 6f sending
heir daughters and young sons to a
chool where they will have the leaf
>f instruction and be under good
nral and religion irnflatenee,
hiould patronize The Winusboro
"ewal-e Sninatry. The ladies in
harge posess all qualificati'ons
ecessary for tlhe pbo.ition they re
Prof. W. J. Lowvery, a g-aduaAte
f Univertitics in )?rance and Ger
ririy, will assume the cont'rol of the
tiusical departtment, vocal and in.
tumiental, att the commiencezjnent of
he next se.-sion and will 'also giv'e
tAstructions itn drawing and painting,
und in the Germnan langua'ge. All
he popils in this school wall be 'earri
d through a thorough course of v'ocal
nusic, by P'rofessor Lowery, withott
TOunsAairrN A-r Bi,AeKSTo't.-On
l'hiursday last, tho long expoeted
ournament was held at lalckstock.
osomeC time previous,.ample prepa.
ationi had been mnade to ensure coin
)ete success, and when th'e Appointed
lay arrived all preliminaries had b~en
uccessful ly arranged. As lBla'okAtock
s situatted itimiediatoly on th'e line
lividing Chester and Fairfield, b'oth
souinties wvore interested in the fes'tive
>centsin. Consequently spcet~atoi-s
egan to arrive on the eveining pre
iious, in order. to be on handl at an
It semed, howvever; tha~t "Old
P~robablilitiec'' was half intlineid to
>e unpropitious-, for Thautaday dawned
lark and lowering, and many adiiou's
yee were turbecd toward the sky, and
nanty weathera prophets gae oracular
nelweirs to the numberless questions
yhethecr or not the Sun would cotide
eend to grace the occasion with the
Light of his countenance. Many
imid hearts that had fully intddd
vitnessing the specta'ele were fright.
med, and many of thle fair sex, with a
ively apprehensioni of damiaged hate
and I aded dIresses, quiet ly r'ema ined
at homei. But othef-a e vihe'ed 'dom.
meniidale couraige itn deterinting to
brave all adverncocirctinstanices, and
ep-tired to, theC lists fromn poidmlta)WA
fiidistanit as ineaster, Chesteor and
RIidlgeway, so t hat when the hour for
tilting arrived, several hiundred i'peii.
tators were piresent. Them sky still
remineid cloudy, but no rain fell
dlurinig the diy.
Thle ground had been carefully
laid off, anid a nuinber of Miarshials
were aippoinited who ivo very effi
eient in keeping the crowd ira proper
bounds. Alessrs. J. E. Fry, Jas; E.
Johnson,, E. M. Shannon, R. W.
Brice and Dr. La. S. D~ouglass acted
as judges. Several ladies also grae'dl
the stand, with bright eyes arid ap
proving glances inciting the knights
to brave deeds. Mr. John Carroll
as Herald summoned the knights in
tur-n to exhibit their prowess. Tha
NI Tierce new liee.
'I wo 11hrtiels, new erop N. (). M1eta-,'eo
One0 Pun1cheon De-1nrur- \lh4
Ono0 11lhd pur. Trinlidad .\ la e,
Two 1Ilids 8. 11. b'yr..ai'.
TIreeo ux es Gunpowder and Yo
Cheev Crackers, Sugar. Cefcee, &(
LOW11 FOR CASH.
deo SO lA TY & 111t0
WILL E SOI) ASJFOi1iLONS
50 PER TON OF 2,000 lb
55 PER TON OF 2,000 1b
Payable November 1,1874.
Freight and Drnylige to hC Added.
ITS SiJCCESS TS
AND ITS STANDbAUD Is
A NoE L
W I, L L l's LD o L f;l.., .
33 Per Ton of 2,000 lb
38 Per Ion of 2,000 1i
Payable Novemberl1 1811,
c.' O Of 3.tA c ro c~g
F'OR SAI flY
(bintd t'ott age Silt, Pa.o ISui,
1)1, , Po4lar anod Pine, I nrdrh .I I,8
to..d, Cafbi, nee.1 ie.'.o Ir.'i sW
anh, 11TableI , Iio lo Pits VIII'
'hrhd. r l' Rck,. iSks,' Co. V
1 i l l.Sto ls, S of Lo ra it? Iig
''IokI Vi Ca s i Iu er 01 Ifo h' t epr.)
WooCrb ondPl, s oteo
ie l ed,~ whic h . I I .fo tO lmia I
he all oyle hoo2de of r ,b
HOd and 'Jwarra n d give en' b ofsul
1ction. Ctje eco1 myi ual 1 ChIh
tal 11 ll~ It. iorse oIt. Ifint-sed
)IIACbOT gdbI will l ,ife ioe They1 to
LIclomfortablee dubl intc (, lean
NIo OliIll o of F'1rrIl~ Cs - relII
>tynd of mptito C ioti n o'to' the I 4.a q
Mirt roorganid Pitor p: - ay .
ires Piera r Ft n nCi ocu to ,.
We ntow oi'rour Stc
AI I N I.A.,
"pe( 1al toution11 1(l. to'one1(
1200 ofIshalwsI.: 3 4bre.d t; COST
()net' Lot; (f oks; ioflled at
tilreJS(' , FLiI Cassi.
TO CA D Ui (XTOM1AEA(
WODW.\ J1 ) & LL..
To the antcr's and Far
m 01C 3-a1 Cari na.
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1 . .. in* -. rol ilO U anno ret 0.
I . 't;- ril 4 ".0; 1l/.2o LFhe gru(nel. ex
i 4b ;; 4r d br', :.il . -r s grel ris4j
:: o la ' el. i d r ial. u
L k~Ipa p. 4i Inor n vn~ientc
h3 4'Iinia y 'Ii3'i~ '~t SI 44o (41h 41none4 y inOth
-prch/o-e 'of Cono ply itagh J4orreghon4
rj a.1;AN s ~ITop111 be in;0 .fei 8t hj sleng
'il' lu tit el of tNov~eber PartI(' ie nIrin
L1 .1\ 110so Agenti for0 l'ieh01' (onn y,~r
cs fr tu~lC1 1 r:4 the most V144~'v m inuiu
pare -il o bo'Oll:.e oa
001 11 JNO. 1, ATIcaIT
OWING to the low price of
Cotton and the greAt scarcity
of money, we 'iiov oler our
entire Stock of 'Goods at ex
tremely low prices. Especial
attention is called t6 dur very
large Stock o
Go6s, boots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and a splendid
line of Cassinieres, all of which
we ofler at panic prices and t6
suit the times. Come with thd
CASH and got BARGAINS!
ALL those hidebted to us
are urgentlyreqested to com6
Iorward and settle up, as w6
are greatty in need of money.
McMVASTER & BRICE
All WrA Tiwirmnted. ' 'r,
LaOWE. ST PRICES,
LIH. H A L LS CO,
T' si 4 it p tored acecordl Iing to Act ri
n lrm, L. 0 year' 1.873, by I. I[
.u Ir. & Co., ,j, le a flicq~ 1f t lhe Librariai i
011ZENS' SAINGS .BANK
D&posilS of al illd Olywnrdl Received',
INTERRAVO' I,/.( i'A'A i' "'A' RATI'i
OiF' 'ilNv Il'/,N C''RNI' ERI ANN UM
ON (YM1i7'IUATE IR 0/" I)EI'0SITP
A.'I J Xi. 51,' I'I ('ENTI. CO.'0,IU0(NiJ.
KI) N itk V 'KIX MUN~I'JS ON A C
O F F I C E R18.
WV,,N. lart in, P'resident.
.Johnt I. l'ahnear, V ice-Pr'iesidet.
A. G. I'ireni'zer. enhier'.
J1. Il. Bo wyer. in general chatrge.
Jolhn U. ii. sith~~, AssisantL Cashier.
Wade liarnpion, William Martin, A. C.
John11 i. Panlmer, Thlormas E. Giegg;
coum nbi a.
U. T1. Scott, Nowberry.
W.* (. Mayes4, Newborry.
II. Il. Rut ledge, Ch'arlesion.
l)anel Jlavenel, .I r , Charleston,
Sam'i IB. Clowney,. Assistant Cashier.
-Pla nitrs, Mechaisc,. and Professional
Ment, Widows, Orphans, Tirustees and
county Oflours, hiaving rnbzicy for wi~hi
they have nio presetort use, can here de'poslt,
it., ,hin.s asoi'ling all riske of thofts and
dtloructiont by i-eo and t the seime tiwno
draw int erest thereon 1111 steeded.
Dtootes Likit Shoosa
elegani 1oteof Boots and shoes jes
received fr'out T. M~ev & Fon,.
.. Mo MA ST11 & BIC1E,
Tl 7AVIN(1 purchased the interce. of
I Mr. I: J. Kelly in theoaboveo saloon,
- ilconuct lhe bineslkC5 'a horot ofore,
d1 } idesa thne ,fnest hrandIetW Wiies, Whis,.
y -eys lnd.Segara, b ays a., leutaurant at,.
*a tlched, wvhere parties con gel. ncats at all
r houtr ' the bgs,the tuarje afford.
a F'rnth tyst'ers owt handt every dny. The.
> an ro.:jge ofthe publlolisrespootol ntySD
I ioited. ), C. T1MMO4 (N ~