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NP. IV A ERTish-T
Sherig'a Salo8-1j. W. Duvall.
Notice-W. M. Neldon Clerk.
Oats and Ilay-Beaty Bro.-& Son.
Vaiuable Property for Sale-W.
$50 iteward-Jas. Jones.
For Svle-Jus. C. 1aldwell.
Photographs-W. M. 1lmrdin.
W 'Mr. Jus. Q. Davis of Ridge
Way hus been appointed Notary Puba
lio by Gov. Moses.
Jack Brice, sentenced to 15
years in the peneteutiary for the
killing of iilton Bulf', hs been parr
tiloed by GUv. Moses.
O:r We understand that Mobes is
pardoning ootilts out ot the peni
tentiary for the nominal sum of two
dollars a head, The dtfunct (jo.
vernor must be getting "hard up.
Tnt LETIdt.ATURE.-Tho Legisla.
ture of this State meets to-day, Ve
earnestly hope it will will be a great
improvenetnt on the one that has just
gone out of uffiee.
THANKS.-Cnpt. 1'. 13;tdot will
pleaso receive our thank., for a lot
of extra fine Florida Or.nges. Call
4t the Captain's store and get done
has been set apart by tho Pre.ident
ts % day of tlintksgiving and pra)er
thioughout the United States.
WIND AND RAIN.-This Vicinily
was visited Monday morning by a
very heavy wind and raitt Ftorm.
We have hot heard of any set iuus
damage being done by it.
Tum NACKEYITIt VicTonous.
The Mackoy delegation from Uharles.
ton have gained their seats in the
legislatute. The B3owenitos s'eei
to be somewhat ditet.mlited. "Such
07 Mr. Moses Mackorel's store
near Blackstock was fired on Tue8da)
uight by an iucendiary, but the
flames were arrested before ai-y
serious damage was done,' The
is nut known.
Otr Mr. Josepht Nevit informs us
that he caught a fox a few days ago
that weighted thirteen and a half
pounds. This is the heaviest fox
we ever heard of. Honest Julia
Patterson ought have soon it.
STATE TAX UNuoN.-*-Gen. James
Chestnut has called the Statte tat uni.
ion together, to tneet in the city o:
Culumabla on the twenty-fourth Ne.
Vember, inst , as required by the e n
O-"A re there any 'Ilyles on Bills
1 ait bere," aisked a lawyer the othe,
day of a raw olerk In a book iture.
"No sir," responded the Intelligent
clerk, "none on his loft ear, butt he's
g .t two h-li rousin' big ones on the
bAck of his neck."
D4Col. B. E. Elkin and Rey. W.
B. Elkin have nearly complbted their
map of Faimfield County, and will
soon have it reudy for their tsubscri
bars, It -.a said to,be a complete
mtap, and will be of inestimiable, value
to the people.
~4We understand that stealing
is going on at a fearful- rate in the
vicinity of Blatckstook. lhy referene
to our advertising columtns it will be
seen Mr. Jas. Jones had a bale of
cotton stolen fromo his gin house.
Other persons in that neighborhooad
ha ve lost eattle, hogs, sheep &e. We
earnest ly hope these t-hieves will be
caught and punished severely.
gg7 the Fairfield Sabre Club
drilled in sabire axercise Tfhur,day in
the Th'e. piani Hall. It was the iin.
Iontion of thte Club to drill on htorse
back, but the weather was too in-'
clement. TIhey have a handsome
uniform, Confederate grey Jacket and
pants, with yellow trittimings and
alpine hat. They make a handsome
MAsONIc.-The Grand Lodge of
Masons of South Carolina will meet
in Charleston on Tuesday the 8th of
December. All Mlaster Masons iin
good standing and their families will
be paused over the different railroatds
to an:d from Charleston for onei fair,
by getting a certificate front the
lodge so which they belonig.
A Goon ORDINANcE-The Town
Council of Winnhoro haye na.sand an
ordinance- prohibiting the use of
pofane labgtiago on the street. Here.
tofore a person could hardly pass
one of the corners near the market
at night without having an oath
thrust in ' Lis face, The Council
have the thanks of the entire re
speotablo portion of our community
for the passage of this ordinanco.
P*^ We have received an invita.
tien to attend the "Commencement
Hop" game by the endets of kings
Mt. Military School on the 25th.
We shall endeavor to be present on
that ocoision. Our thanks are due
for this courtesy to cadets L1. m1.
Williamsun, J. E. Lowry and J. R.
Lindsay, the committee on invita
0 4' There are a party of little
negroes around tWwn who loaf around
cotton yards and;steal bridles, girthu,
stirrup-leatht.rs, &e., from horses that
are hitched. Jeff Green, was detected
Ntealing some trappings from a
horso a few t1ights ago, put in the
guard house and turned out with.
out being ptiuished, so far as we
have heard. Our police should
keep a closer watch' on these little
rascals, and if caught stealing they
should be punished severely.
01- Gen. Chesnut has notilded the
delegates of the State Tax Union to
attend the regular meeting in Co
lumbia on the 24th November. This
meeting may have business of iin
portanreo before it, and Ahould be
-ell tattended. The Union should
memorialize the legislature for the
puls-ige of a registration law and for
chaages it, the laws regultiting taxes~.
OJ- T1e Legislatire met in Co.
lutmbia on the 24th. 1t is eom
posed as follows t Senate, Iepubli.
ans 18, Independents A, Conserva.
tives 7, Total 3. [louse, Regular.,
62, Conservativea 33, Indep6ndents,
29, total 124. Regular majority on
Joint Ballot,. As to the propor.
(iti of honest men and thieves, that
en111 ho better determined two years
Timmt EXT4Ntn.i).--County Truab
urer Nelson informs usi that the titme
for commencing the collection of
taxe. is txtended to text Munday
the 30th inst. The book. -hould
have beeii opened last weik, but
sevAeril Counties in tile State 'were
inot realldy, conequently the Comp
t rollor-G-neral ch.inged the time in
order to give tach County an even
DEATH OP ANGUS MACAULAY.
This young stranger died on the
morning of the 17th inst., at the
residence of Mr. Duvall; He was in
tile employment of the firm of Maoau
sy & Co., was faithful in the diacharge
oft tall his duties, amnd haid made many
.rienids, all of wvhoam regret his eairly
demine. His remuins will be inter
ed in Elmnwooid Cemetery at Char.
.otte, N. C. lie died utnong stran
era, tar away from his native land.
yet lhe was kindly eared for by his
duptedl friende., all of whom, will
umulInfully chetiish his memory.
Off W. It. Iiauwley, ICsq , Soliei
tar of tile Sixth Circuit, will soon
res.ign his posit ion. lie has removed
o Chanrlesiton, where he will prac
noe his profession. WVe regret -eb'
tremaely t.o lose Mr. llrawvley. He
possesses a finte intellect, and 'has
s-udled law very closely. In per.
forming then arduous labors of' his
ofiic, he has refleoted great credit
upon himaself and1 has won thes esteem
and good will of till classes, except
p~ rhapps, the miscreants whom lhe
h caused to be sent to the pesiton.
totry. We wiah Mr. Brawley abun
d jnt success in his new field of
ope rat ions,
Ofr We were made the reeip3ients.
on FYriday, of a large waiter contaiua
ing, a variety of sweetmleats, deli
cious enke, fruits and other delioncies,
a souvenir of tile wedding announced
in aniother place.
Mr. Neil is peculiarly fortunate.
Tw.o weceks sinice lie reedivedl the
unanmous vote of the County for
thme ofhice of Probate Judge, and on
rlTursday evenaing led to thle altar
sane of Fairfield fairst daughters
Our best wishus attend the youang
couple in their journey thus aus
"PEAoE REJGNS IN W~AR5AW*$ ONLlE
MonIs,--The detachment of soldiers
under command of Lt. C. R. Paul,
of tIle 18th Infantry, that have been
stationed here for the past few weeks
returned to Columnbia last Thursday.
We found Lt, Paul.a genial elever
gentleman, and our whole communi
ty were really sorry to sep him
leave. 'rho detachment under himi
behaved themuiselves as gentle man,
while hero, We hear of 110 complaint
against them whatever. Hhould
lionest John, Wallace & Co., ever
have occasion to send troops to
Winnaboro again we hope the lot
will fall to IA. Paul and his oompa
gg- Court was opened on Tues.
day by His Honor Judge T. J.
Mackey. Orders were obtained in
cases on calendar 6, (judgments by
J. F. Pagan, teq., who had been
convicted by his honor Trial Justice
Littleton Daniel. of Blackstook, for
merply threatening to damage a col.
ored individual if he did not leave
hie place, and who had appoalod, was
tried for for this oenco. The case
was nol prossed, theto being absolute.
ly too causo fur action. (Wo learn
that Mr. Pagun wits "convioted of an
insult.'' This is a now orime in the
calendar. We cotinend It to the at
tention of Governor elect Cbumber.
lain). The court adjourned till 9:30
A. M. on Wednesday. On Wednos
day the petit jurors were discharged,
and uourt adjourned to Thursday af.
07- Judge . Mack'y adjourned
Court on W Vudnesday to appear ho
fore the State board of canvassers in
the Charleston clectiwn c-&so, in ba.
half of the Independents. While this
was good work to be etgaged'in, we
sublutt that it was highly im.
proper in him to adjourn the court
f.r any reason exoept neces,ity.
The jurors and witnesses had been
biought already three times to court,
losing their time, and having their
butiness interfrred with, The par
ties interested in court were wronged
by the delay, and the counly was
put to' needless expense. Great
dissatisfactiou ex(sta. -Judgo Mackey
shou d remember that reform is as
necessary in the expenses of Court
as in any other n.atter and he is
responsible for all the dissatisfaction
thus caused, A Judge should have
nothbig to do with polities, as it un
fit, him for the high duties devolving
COTTON MARKHT.-ThO cotton
market for the p -at few days has
been more animated than for any
period since the eoninioneemont of
the seasoii. Prices have advanced
to 131 for "middling" and in some
eases (liens we presunie being the
cause) an advance on this figure hia
been paid. We also understand that
almost every dry good merchant hav
become a cotton buyer, and this
keeps the regular Cotton meru'iart
on the "qte vic." It is a strange
fe:ituae however, that they all repo-t
.a lVs on ahipments to N. 1'. aid
(1harleston, and entitinno I- dri've in.
I low thtv make both en lsmet, is a
mystery, to outsiders. The sales are
over one hundred bales per day, n'd
fior till we can understand from the
planter.s, tho crop will soon be pick
ud out, and the 1money spelit, at least.
two hundred and fifty thou-and
-Iillars hai., been paid out the 1,at
two noilths, and yet there is great
compluint;, that many debto have not
yet been liquidated. We believe our
selves that the credit system has be
come a ourse to tho County. W hen
will it cense ?
There is noi. much need for any
I)utside buyers in Winnsbor6, it
would appear. But competition is
the life of trasde, so let them come
and welcome. u e would suggest
however, th.at cotton futures are a
Married on the evening of the 19th
inst., at thie residlence of the bride's
Mother, by R1eV. WV. H. Can;pbell
JO hN J. N E IL, RFQ., to ,.ISS
ANN[E J. LJADD. All of Winns
On the 12th of November, at the
re.sidence of the bride's mother, by
Rev. C. M. Porter, W. WV. K ENNE.
DY to MISS MARLY PORTEII, a:1
Tlhe ofile returins tanks to the
bride for the delicious cake sent.
Erett WIth 11l111.
"lhello stranger you seem to be
"Yea, I always travel whe~n I'm eon
"Speims to me I've seen you befot'e
"Very likely iI've been there."
"And what might your name
"it might l.e Seones, hult It ahi't."
"Ho long have you bedn ini these
'1Five feet toni ?"'
"Anyt(hintg new 1"
"Yes, I boughat a new ttbetstunae
"I thought so ; youa're the sharpest
blade I've seen oii thais roaid,"
We t:tke the follntting from a
private letter of one of the most dis
tlDguishedl lawyers in the State :
"Our courts .are very smuch asa
now. We cannot know when a court
will be held or a ease tried. Cout ts
are postponed to suit political meet.
ings. 8ome one said lately, that
polities wete the emaployment of thme
jludge and were his tacation." Po.
hitiesh judges are the Very worst
enemiea our people have, T1heir
ermine is often draggled and befouled
in the dirty arena or politics, anad
sentences are often tnanufactured for
"Radicalism, it would seem,I as
an exchange, "his gone to the dogs."
Yes, and we are very sorry for it
toe. That is to say, we are ver
sorry for th. dogs.
irthe Druggist Offets any klod
of herb-latvored alcohol'- for dyspefsia,
billiousness, or any oller ithfe.nt, tell him
that you want iedief, not- a bar roon
drink. Ask him for Da. WALSIt's' CA,
FORNIA BITTRE1, thebest regulating prepa.
ration known, and whoh you know is free
from "Ralan's Elixir?l' Reject all lie fiery
"Tonios" and "Appolizers," atid cling to
that remedy. There is no rledicine that
OomparOs With it.
PUtCHoTT. 1iKNRUICT'S CO , Charle8
ton. S. C. are 6ifferth'g o6o or ulie lar-gest
sloiks of Dry Goods, ian4 Ci-tpets in the
United Staes. Parties In wint of lthe
same, will s.ave from 26 to 80 per oenp.
by ordering from then, ThoY nro pre
.pared to send samples on applicalion.
All retail order. over $10 will be i. ni
free of iharge I o any pnrt of the 8ontht.
er States. Remit by P. 0. Order, Ex
Press, or Draft. drawin 'n otty order, or
ods will be sent . 0. P.
Bust% rsi NI:i;ssrras.-In 11re-e days
of Progiosq, most Yntorpi'luing firms tise
overy -aiit4 ot' p atting theik' tiaines be.
fl.re their cit-tolners. In to way clan
this be done ,ote conveteitly niol nt
treitively done than bty using Prited
fetter tleadiigi and 1ll licals. 'fley
ltave cotie into suoh generni Ose by
M ercaittst. It at otc seells' ol ratshitont
Who dues not use them, and Ilt'eustoin
sthoti:l- he generally adopted by the
Co trtly Merol:allt!3.
W1A.KaI, H-10s & Coo4*ata. iltitries.
ton, S. U.. fornish Letter and 'till ileads
of nil grades, and at t he mo4t reasonab:o
Ily. tha Way. M:ssRS. WA.icet. EVAS.
& CoaswtI.A Are getting up. and delling
li.e hot. cakes. some excellant hooks for
our Merchants. One,- ite. Merholan1ts'
Cotton Book, for keeping carreet ae
counts of puirchase an.1 shilptents of Co.
Ion I the otller, th - Meroliant ' Bill Ilinok,
for roalily knowing thvow the payinents ot
their -nstoamners' n a and accoitnts
stand. Both b.mks wi es'deedingly com1
plete, an I answir tho parposes ealtLly.
CHARLESITON TO Tlml FRON'1'.
A aning oor ne w ulvertise.ie.nt s, is lit I,
of one of the oldest f-stabli<hontio s in
Sinte. H tabli-hied ilt 1862, it i1i int1i.
t..inedthi first place in isilit e.orbu Iaess
With large experienoe ant luingurpassed.
facilities, MeAsr,4. Waicer, Evauns & Cogd.
Well arn prepared to autain hie reptita-.
lion of tlir eabliyhrnt.. Like .\. T.
Stew-irt. Ihey he'love in n'e4spaper tdver.
rising, and tak- ti4 naani7t o annniice
lhat they have t.h.is sewia ailde.I very
largely to their stock' of type and
naelhnery. -and are b ehtterreaitn,red tIhAn,
ever to ple:?,q t.lipir ot.LoVora, WVisl)
Ihoi every a necess.
F14MCICGUoT', i IiN CT & 0W
C 11.1 1,L9 S r 0N 1. 10.
Offer a t h libo an . dIll io%s - it genet-ia
i ;a n a u e .a nd - w ell,,. ,tiel %t e l lock o
Dry I )->Is, OtLrpets. Oil 0-oalts, 'ilaings
&c., %t the lowe4t. pricos - 1Igrawith ilavy
antex 1:i Rrioe4of a few arti6lo-Caico-s,
fenin 6 t.o 100.i.. ong 1"Olot hi, 'roal a10
Ou, Brown l[omosp%tn@,,ox1raV heavy;
from It to 10c., Jean.im fr;m.. 12J9. tap
warils. Ctiii-it -re-, trotn 40o. tipwarils,
FI)init nels. front 20 t o 41o. L-uls', MiAses'
1ad, 14 1 , 1:i.., $1.10, 42.00 per
doz. and 'towtr 14* S.spen-le.rs, .410 er
d-i. attd ei -i w - %. - Utadieq a d, - 0ent
Pod'<et, I1:%n4karIh0ef&,,from, 00o.' per dvz'.
a04d tspwards,la llidk itil Col'red Xlpa,;s
20c, -ad aipwtirds;-D)re4 A IS. frotn 25c
itpwards, Litdies' tiatd 0oti- Purnishing
Goods. lioensekeepig 0 io.d , Pi'a ley 0 andsI
Itibb,otnq. Notioa., So , fordl' I'Qn to per
amnt. cheaper tit ui eseWheae. - .amnple
sent said ord 'rs pro-n pt.ly illed., All
tetailorders front $10 00 atpwarEI,sRent
psr lI pre tree of.charge-' A liberal
discotant to wholesale deadear.. .
Dr, Jt Walker's California Vin..
egat* hItters tiro a. Utir'ely Vegetable
preparat Ion, nlado chiolly from the nct..
tiro herbs founad DIn thd lower l'anges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nila, the medicinal properties of' w hich
aI-o extracted titei'en'om1 withotit the uso
of Alcohol. TihD fluestion is almnost
daily asked, "Whiitt is the cause of th6
nparalleled success of VINEGAR BIT'
'rERzSY" Our answer is, that titey remove
the cause of disease, ld the patient re
covetrs his health. They are the groat
blood purifier and a life-giving principle1
a perfect Renovator nndt Inuvigoratot'
of the system. JNoter beford ini thtd
history of the world las a muediciane beoti
componuaded possessitng the reniarkabld
q.nalities of VtKxoa U)hTatas in healing the
arck of every disease mant is heir to. They'
are a, genatlo Purgativo as well as a Tonic,
l-chevimg Congestion or ain aamatin of
the -Liver and Viscoral Organas, in Bilions
Thle ppoperties of DR, WALKTER'g
V t xoAaI-naHt eu are A perient, Diaphoretic,
Carminaativ'e, Nuatritlous, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-Irritanit, Sudoriflc, Alterai
tivo, atad Anti'fDilloutis.
-a-*.. a*e.mNhaALD Jt CO.,
D)r:tggists aitd Glen. Agle., Soan Fraiseo, Ctallfdtaa;a
atad cur. oaf Wahngo and Chanrltett .51.. N. Y.
Sold b,y all Dru;ggest and Dealers,
A? TIRVDUJCtN PRrCUs.
A OOMPLMT ST'OC1E
iIONSTONM & QUEENSWAIIE.
001NNOR & CHANDLIER'S.
Sheriff's Sale of Personal Pro
B Y Tirtie of sundry execu(ions to me
ditected I will offer for sale to the
hligheut bidder: befoie fie Court iouse
door in Witingboio within the legal hours
of sale on, the first Mondity in, December
next a1nd tle day' following, tIae follow
ingdesorid'd property1.to wit:
liousehllud atid Hitchen furniture, Bed.
steade. Pleallitr Redo, Mtltreses amid
other Bedditg, lot ofJ$ooks, Contents of
Garret, I Loom, I iintdred galloi Keltle.
I eighty gallon emItle; 1 8orgimi Mill,
I % heel arrow, I i wa. horso Waiggoi, I
old Illmggj, I old Ut.i- .1theller. I four
horsa w ,gon, I Cal't, I Tetrning lai lie, I
(I rind Stone, I lot Wh6tiright tools, 1 lot
old Whpels and Iiiu a pat(erni aid Sill
dries in, Shop. 1 lot' Uleksmith Toole
amid old Ironsa imd I old WhilptaW.
Levie upon ats (1hg propermy 01 Jaoobl
Feastmr dt lie ouit( of Johi C. Feaster
L. V. DUV \LL, S. F. C.
%Vinnll'st,oro 8. .
Nov. 2. 1874.
noy 24..x2 fl
Sheiff's Sales of' It'ouiia Pro- 5
B Y virlue ora watrirant on agrioulturailI
Liem, and at morigage I will eller jor
anto fori as to the iigheot hidder before r(
the Court louse d,,or in Witiusboro,
wi mhin ile legal h1o1iri orsale, oi the first
Mond?iy in December next and lit) da,
ollowing, tho following dteoribed per
sonlal property tLo wit
For.y oiimhels Corn', more or 103S (in
slhuoki) one thousmid pound Foddet, one
.\mulo. Levied upon is flhe property
of Pamer Davis at the litit of U1o. Il.
Uawford ugtist Palmer avis.
Seventy-lv'Busheis Corn, niore.or le.1 N
[)ne *llor.e. LIevie tponm a1.4 th i 1mopoemy0ly
Af Alphus Woodward aiid I ame W.odwai d
ti tho ,1it of' A. r. 004oodin1g 11giim,11t
Alphius Woodwar-d and Isaio Imioodward.
A 1, -t0,U
Two larige 14ineks of llay and one Mule.
Lav,ed upon is the property of' James
lill and Neil Uladney at tho uit of M1.
L. - Owiug- aganst JU1mem 3lill aul Neil
a lauduey, i
I Bale Ctom, I A11ule. Levied Ul)o.l
18 mime pIUle'[' Ot 8111 1 Uee At tile suit
f' A. F. l ,odiig agaitist,8.i.m Geeii.
J, Vt. l)U %%1LI,, S. F. C,
i i itu"boro1, %.. 0 .
Nor. 21 1671.
sheriff Is sa o Persunai Prij- an
. ... -;. pIWfry.,
3-Y-virltue 6f" w rrant oin agricantr.il
B 1)I .ein I will Iofer fo Hill 0, l'or Oailh to ~
:it%e iight.h mid rm.bel'ro the Uoir't, liouve
loor ifi Witn nsuborb *ithim m the legal hourb
,I r ale omi lie liit, ,-Id'ay in, Decmnber
iext ind hile ii,y fo'louving the ollowing
le#eribed pei'soiml prop arty to wit :
.Si xAtlvoe :Cotdiiri,.Itd t wo mules. Lev,.
cml ipon tis mie pioperty o' Calvin Belton
Ltnd A llen Belioin it thim .sui t. af W. 8. li I
RgMiUL CalIviyi ffii1'i-h1'. tllen. -leltmon.
. . : M? VAi, 8. F. .
Nov. 21, 1874.
.Appintment of TrusteTsi
WE bavo appointed lihe following
W persons i Trustees of ill a public
*d1ihbols lin thei' rempeutive (listricle to
serve for lime ensuing Lwe yeur - S
No I D It Feamser, kloses Clowney, p
No 2 W 1- l'oodwiartd, John 8 Doiglassi V
Jordtn lcCullought '
No'3 J CCtldwell, E DMolobley, Cartef'
N. 4 1) A G)illari, [ N I ber' JohJ n I
D Xinat. *
No 6 A W' Laidd, 8dnimuel Dixoni, Aquila
N'o U F Ml L Duke, E II l/i, m, Smanchl
No '7 J Q-ljavism, J 1 Gr Jiig9by,, lteub n
No BJohmn Pe'nley, i E-ifhmnd3, P A
SNo 9 S N Ti ue, TImes S Perry, Jo.mepI
No It) Jam A Clarke, Jnio Al Leimim,
l/enmry It C'opelandmi.
No 11 J M1 Kirklanid, 10 T Yar'boroughmt
~ Ue ice. .
No 12 Jti' Ri Jlmarvay; l'i'aneous Poi e,
D)avid 6' Aiken:,
No 13 0 Pirovinice, WJ Ciowneoy, lsaaec
11 MICANS DA Vli'
TI 103S ROllEliSNR
. Countmy Boamrd of Examinersm
Thme tIlerkts of Bloa'd of T.-dsteesg wilt
llii mover their books amnd paipo,a to limel
bioardsm niewly amppoimtemed, who will pro.
ccced imimiedimitely to ori' deii4 atid eleet
U' CR AWFOIl,,
FAMILY ANQ FANOY
jA N VA 8 5 lE I ihtmmm--tmtll sizes
ilrekfastm StrIip, New Mess Macker,
el, Cheese, ii.-uitm andmu ('mkesm. Emnglishi
'iomiles, Frechi .Siardhines limtre mcliam anmd
Toniguit, Uttrkee'si Sauicesi anmd Selery Smut.
Albmo l)mrkce'sm ?ismmerd, C'ayennem anmd
White Pteppers, Cimnmamoim, (linger anmd
8pice put ump in tn.im,r IIin en.hai, stovall &
Iiull's e.'Pride, of' Au gust a" P'loumr, New
Carolindm lRime, Virginimi iand N. C. Tobimceo
all Imalties, Segmrmt from 8 to 15 eta.,
White Wine Vinegar,
Silvei- Drip Syrips,
Camnned' hamron, l,ohslte,
Oysters. Peamchmes, Pin-apmple
ritre, 'i'omat oes anid Bir andy Peacer.m
Iearl Urist, &o. Also a Fine Assottment o
BOOTS & SHOES,
All of Wloh sill bie sold ais low as any
houmse ini the fown fomr lime 0A8/I by
sept 16 Agent,
lTlulm'gti amid dommodidmig Wairehoumse
-L i he rear .of of' Dafinenberg & (Co's
bilding wiil h'WIfor rent on aund af'.er Jan
uary 1.t, 1576. A pply for lorras.to
no* 2.42 DANNENBERG & COi
ff 2 now offer for the insj!iot of
the Publio. our FA ad ilW I NTI-:t
STOCK of goods. uhsorptasstid
in variety, quality and
prie 1) y any stock
to h in
Ii(d hid grey Blankets, 9, 10, 11, and 12
-lb and Ctadle Blankets, White, lIed aid
Pitvues Beachil Ilonespun, all grades,
Pules Brown and '1S1 island l1nmespunt.
hlue checked lomemeitt.
d Tickings and Cotton fflautteld of all
Pieces Wool Jeans at very lott prices.
henutifrul ind of
Uloves of all
Good nasortment or stationery and
>tionn in great variety,
Fine assortImen1t of,
alinl, Boys, Youths und Cbilreln's
ready mado Clothing,
irIs and Cravats.
l,ndi4, Gentlemen and Mlases
LA141E ASSORTMENT OV
ockpily and glaqs ware, Sugar.;Coffee
Tens, Fonps. Untdleu &c.
ecial it Iention is called ,to our stock of
ich have been select edlowit I care. and
guranteI to pienst. We only
Cum111101ra'le It few leading linies.
ui'st ecek im complt e in all other de
Itm11n0111. uo (1 i se*n Ivith pleasure.
d prides tuturpassed.
Withers & Dwight.
00 BARAINS !
JUST I1NG U ECEIVI),
Lades'i Genti aid 13oys'
hoes and Gaiters, Faiev
laid Flannels, Dress Buttons,
MNerino andi \VTool
Geunts' Liu'en Shirts
~arpets, Cloting,r OvecI'oats
Riile nnd Blasting P?owder,
hot, anid Safety JFntse. Also~
noJthler lot of F'ine Cigars and(
MEditsttbi' & lirice,
I Car Load White Seed
1 Oai- Load1 Blac~.k Seed1
'Very best1 Red Rust-Proof
8eed lRyo hnd Barley,
White and Smoked Bacon
Chees, MaccaroGni, ldce,
cry beat 8. C. H ams, Choice
Buttery Bagging and Tfies,
MIT TE RJI-' IUSII AT
14 A l T IlE 'TALK.
Full atnek of iry doods, 1l1ike.it, over.
coni.4, Shawls. Itenly mnade Cloth ig. 1 oot
ankId hoe>, BrownI Blelnch and o
/omlespiis ' Cilivem o'iryI Glovs
&c. Sr.:a0 C1i11.Al FoR VaRn,
CALL IN AND BM CONVINCED.
Parties indebe j to 'Squier & Co.,
MUST PAY UP AT ONCE.
JNO, C, SQUI iLt 8, WOLFi
.o, fito (iniple(e slock of FALL
and WINTElR MODS .il4t receiviig ald
ope.1ing ill Il Winnoilhto Dry Goodo
Fancy (loods. A Milinery
Dry oods, Fatiey Cood.s and 'Millinoty
depaIwritmets. l1insp11ctionl of the
Ladies solivited. Prices
as low its tihe
Ill wi v's
llave a full stock (it flenle, loym. Ladi,g
and Childrelis lottt,e3s. Gaiters
tind i'bber 81un1dals.
riew and fresh upply of Choice Family
Choice f aid W0 cent. Cigar., Try (them.
Fresh Chieese, Cake , Crackers
nimi Irish Pointtoe.
My sloi too inmrooi s to menlion.
7onl canm get abnm1ost anmlymhiig youcall for
Iaid its Celita) As time I W4pst at
aT. C, E3OAG-03.
THE GREATS OUTHERN.
DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Benedict & Co.
$5) ing Stief, (.hairlest1on, S. C.
Til IDNOFJ NI:W YoR K.
lFor pricesi, neI I,OCal,
h) o i 20thIof dovembij prurchmasedi
Wmmmnunbt,r.i 1.11ry 8:nb,le'. All hoi'imrsci
"itggy hirme, undii horset feed will be CA S'II,
'I'ii rmle will be strictly ndhter'ed to. t
wil r51way,s keep oni hanid goodl ijadtdl and(
hutgk'y hmorsesi, aIiso carriniges nn td bumggios
for hmire. Theii pa I ronnmmgo of Lime puit )c id
EST A L ISH ET)I89.
TIrNNSDolo RO' S. C,.
rp lITY years ex peiendo in repaldug
NT EDW' G- Ooj.-Ds.
0O1D and .Silvor WiValbes of all kinds
Fanty .Jowelry anid I'locks of all dec-crip
tionms, which 1 will sell low for cashm Comn
and sen for yourseitlf. No chiarge for look
mng. Th'Iankini for p4st patt ronage, I IQ
ic(.acoltinit irnce of ime miamme.
Opposite BLleot & Co'.
TiLE lIEPATIEC COMPOUND.
King & Sons, of Columbia,
TS sld holealeandrelail by Dv. ly
,.L1 Y. Akenaef. lho buying bf
he d'oe will saeve Lte freight front Co.