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ens of oorrespondents.
SW" Communications to this oflice
ill not be noticed unless acompanied
y the real name of the writer.
SW' Any person in the County having
knowledge of any circumstanoe of interest
ocourring in his neighborhood will cOfer
a favor by furnishing information at this
Loval Notices will be inserted
(except by special contract) at the
For ten lines anid under....2.00
For each additioual line....15c.
NKw A DVBItisexeI;rp.
Read the notice of opening schools
in another column.
Sabre Club--W. J. Herron.
See Market Report.
Still Ahead-R. L.. Dsnnsnberg.
Sheriff's Sale-S W. Ruff.
Notico to the public-Hl. L. Ayres.
Speotaioles--Connor & Chulndler.
Read advertisements of .\eMaster
We have not seen the equinoc
tial g les this year.
Mr. W. B. Ford will please ac.
eept our thanks fur the mess of beans
JAIL BIRDS -Sheriff Ruff has
eleven birda in his onge, all colored.
Their offeneeh are principally stealing
Sheriff Ruff has moved his family
into the jail, ex.Sheriff Duvall hav
ing taken charge of the Groesobel
building on Washington street.
? Mr. Jas. Glenn kilted a very large
rattlesnake near Crooked Run
Church a few days ago. It had six
rattles and a button.
Apple eaters can be accomodat.
ed to their hearts content by calling
on Mr. C. 8. Romedy, next door to
SEGAn.-Mr. S. F. Cooper of
the Centennial Saloon, h as on hand
a large quantity of fine segars, which
he w arrants to be "a number one."
DaIsTIATRY.-Dr. Simpson informis
us that lie will remain in town next
week, and ean be consulted it
ImhIIonANT.-Large numbers of
negroes are immigrating from Geor
gin to this State. This will tend to
reduce wages and throw a darker
cloud over the legislative halls.
The attention of our readers Is
called to the advertisement of Messib
Baxter & ''o., Bankers, of 17 W all
atreet N. Y. City. See Ia another
bNECW Gooos.--Evory train bring a
in the new stook of fail and winter
goods cor our merobante. From the
jquantity arriving they must expuet
to drive a good trade this season.
Hoos-On and aftor the 16th
inst., hogs were debarred the privi
lege of acting on the capacity of
-scavengers, the counoil having
ordered them back to th~ pen.
] Six road defaulters were brought
~'beforr Justice Robertson, Saturday.
Th''lree were convioted and three ac.
quitted. We' are glad to see these
C exemples made. Hereafter roads
will be bettor worked.
Rr.vunxxo.--lrs, J. 0. Boag, and
Mrs. D. Lauderdale, together with
Messrs. Jas. A. B~rlce, W. H. Flen.
ntiken and Capt. I. N. Withers have
returned from she North with large
Mtocks of goods for~the fal 1 and win
We noticed quito a handsome "lay
out" of saddles and bridles in front
of Mr. F. Gorig's saddlory yesterday.
T1his house is aiways prepared to
furnish thel latest styles of saddles
- JIARDIWoI8,AN4D PacInO.--The mom
bers of the colored Hook & Ladder
Company will give, a Barbeoue and
picnic on!Saturday neg'. The com.
panty is a line organisation and as it
has done good service to the townt
we hope it will long continue.
TOWN TAX.--Tbe books fdr the
receiving of town taxes wore opened
yesterday. -How long these books
will remain open we are unable to
say, but we would advise our oitiaens
to pay up at once and got rid of being
bothered by the town olerk.
TILL TA r?:Mo.---.The nemnesake of
We ll0 t99up 4Iorace Greey was
naughet a few mornings ago tapping 1
of th6 tillf Qonnor & bsadler's
Jewelry efwte, ;ioraoe .s illowed
to depart after receiving a severe
roprimand frotn the junior partner.
A flock of about a dosen geese
)barged the northern bound freight
train last Thursday, but were re
pulsed With a loss of three killed
and two se t ously wounded. They
were the property of Mr. Lee
W uotscSAL.-Our energotio
townsman Mr. F. Elder will open
in a few days a wholesale dry goods
store in connection with his two
retail establishments. This is eomes
thing new to our town and another
bvidence of its prosperity.
TRasuan.-Captain J. 0. B.
Smith has been appointed Treasurer
of the Charlotte Columbia and Au.
gusta Railroad. He is a courteous
and obliging gentleman, an expert
in figures and finances, and will make
a popular and efficient officer. 8o
says the Columbia Register.
CHIC EN THaIzvEs.--We hoar of
several obicken roosts being robbed
in our town very recently. One of
the best preventions for these scoun
drels is an application of about
fifteen Luck shot out of a good bhot
gun. The remedy has never been
known to fail when well applied.
A IR ESTsT.-We copy the following
lispatch from the Union. Herald of
Sunday which speaks for itself.
LAU1ENIVILLE, September 18,
I have just arrested Washington
and Walter Sehell, the brother and
nephew of the the late Dr. Sobell, for
he murder of Joe Crews, J. C.
Mr. R. J. MoCarley offers in an
,ther column a tempting array of
roceries, tobacco and liquors. The
utter are peculiarly fine. How we
>btained this information is a mystery,
ict to be divulged to the profane.
But it ii trustworthy. The tobacco
wist is aleo extra. A glimpse of it
ouse the salivary glands to action.
'ry 'em. "
Six more individuals were convict
%d before Ju-tioe Mackey and fined
because they refused to obey the
Jirections of the road overseer. The
law says enoh able bodied man must
work from three to six days under
he direction of the overseers. Fir
refusing to do this a punishment is
provided. The delinquents in ques.
Lion refused to u. e the pick. Road
hands are not allowed to choose for
themselves what work they will de,
CoTroN-PiexKna.-For the infor
mation of the public we would like to
ulk our Council if there Is any way
by which they can get rid of the numn
berless vagrants that are daily seen
loafing around the streets without
any visible moans of support. Our
rarmors are greatly In want of cotton
pickers, and if these vagabonds were
tiriven to the cotton field they would
not only relieve the farmer, but
be earning an honest living for them
selves. Mr. Irtendant, see if there la
no way to got rid of them.
RETURN OF THE ('HIEF.- Capt.
Murphy, as will be remembered,
carried the burglar Gill to Monroe
N. C., last Friday and delivered him
safely into the hands of the authori
ties of that plhce. On hi.. return
he Uinfortunately st opped in
Charlotte where he owed a little
debt, and was himself arrested and
lodged in jail, but Messrs. Johnston
and Jones came. to his rescue asid
sued out a writ of habens corpus
before Jud .e Sohinok anid Murphy
returned on Tuesddy's train to the
CoT~oN MtnuxgT. - Our oottr~n
market is quite active, but at uin
common low prices, iajfluenced by
telegraphio adl9ioes fromn New York
and Charoestou. We are gratailled to
see the samples on the sarket are
olassed generally "Middling,'' but
this grade demands only 181 in New
York, and l2) in Charleston, which
will not pay. Notwithstan ing our
planters have cause to grumble, our
miorohanats are the sufferers, and will
eventually be the greater losers.
M arket to day--sales, about 50
bales, lIt to I lj, with a downward
Rsav. A. WV. Wrtson.--T'his young
gentleman who has been filling the
pulpit of the Presbyterian Church in
this town for several months past,
during the illness of the pastor. will
return to, the Thoologlcal Seminary
in Columbia on Monday next, and
resume his studies, as a member of
the senior class. M'lr Wilso hs.
won many friends, both in the Uhurob
where he has preached, and out of it,
by his seal and devotion to the works
of his Master, as well as by his
quit, pleasant, nmannets He will
carry with him the good wishes of
TitE DCATH OF Jot CR EW.-- We
learn by telegraph, that Joe Crews
died last Tuesday morning from the
wounds received on the eighth day of
September. Thus has passed away
the breat Legislator of Laurens
County. Ile lived a life which made
him but few friends among the good
people of his county. Ilis sun has
gone down with many shadows-his
memory lie has made himself.
We hope that this may be the last
instance of highway shooting we shall
be called upon to notice. It does not
suit South Carolina. Let it stay in
the border States. We ought to live
by and under the law.
Somse persons complain that our
reports of the cotton market are not
correct, that they can never get the
price we publish. Ifthey would only
think for a moment they would know
that cotton changes in price every
day, and that for the past two years
there has bean a constant decline
from the opening price. We do not
profess to be prophets, to predict
what the price will be two days
ahead. It is simply from this fact
that we do not publish market re
ports. We are blamed if ootton
falls. Hereafter when we give a
report, readers will please remember
that it, is of the day prelous <o pub.
lication, not of the day subsegucnl.
The following is the complete
census of W inneboro for 1875 :
WHITE IAlED. WHITE FEMALES.
Under 6 yrs, 55, 46.
From 6 to 16 yrs., 64, 71.
" 16 to 21 " 30, 23.
Over 21, 151, 162.
Total, 300, 302.
COL'D. MA LEs. COL'D. FEM.6LS.
Under 6 yr.., 78, 84.
Prow 6 to 16 yrs. 108, 81.
" 16to 21" 18, 39.
Dver 21 yrs., 158, 245.
Total, 362. 439.
rotal Whiten, 602.
" Colored, 801.
Total population, 1,403.
Population in 1870, 1,124.
DEATH OF IEV. C. BRUCE WAI.KIER.
-We are pained to learn of the sud.
den death of Rev. C. Bruce Walker
of Columbia on Saturday night lust
at the residence of IH. B. Richairdston,
Esq., in Clarendon. I~e had visited
Olarendon County to tafliciate the fol.
lowing day in the Epjia.pal Church.
Having retired at the usual hour in
perfect health, he was found dead
the next morning, having passed
away apparently without pain.
Mir. Walker tfliciated regularly
as an E1piscopal Clergyman for manoy
years, until an affection of' the throat
coinpelled him to cease labor in this
field. lHe then became librarian of
the College and the University,
which position he filled adnmirably
until the recent ohange in, that in
stitution. In his whole course of
life his eminent virtues endeared him
to oil who knew him, and his death
will be lamented by many friend.
We have been intending for some
time to notice the following squib
that originated, we believe in the
&utheI~rn Home, of Ciharlotte:
In 1Airfield district, during
the last eight years, there have beeun
eleven burials of whites in Witnneboro
and one hundred andi fortyseven
negroes. In a small seetion usoutboa.-t
of Wiunsboro, where there were
seven hundred and fitty negroes, there
a.re now but two bunidredi and fifty.
'The negroes aire dy ing of consumption,
0 tlstabe Iutheaerly at most uliukuoWi
iamionig ti.emii. Id Ieners an rd hadt livt ng
soeuim to be the obief cause of theo
. This maay be true, but we doubt it
gre.atly. We were ini bliabful igno
raneoe of the fasct until it appeared in
our contemporary. Thebrn has been
a greater anmber of deaths among
the colored people than among the
whites, but we wager all we have that
the proportion is niot near so, great,
Consumption ie destroying a number
of the colored people. But there is a
large nu~nbor of births to compensate
for the losses. The census will oh, w
whether they are inoreasing..
Dr. Isaiah Simpson,
Dentist, Charlotte, N. o.,
R1ESPNCTPQLIN informs the
oltihens and publ generally
that he will visit W Innsboro,
.professionally, the '9th day of Sept., and
remain 10 days, Teeth extracted blri.
001T PAIN O1t DANGER. by the use of
Nitrous Ozide Gamu.. Call andl be eon
vlnced. SatIsfaction guarnteed,
TheSymptoms of Liver complatut are itn
the paitn is in the stiotilder, and is niistak
ed with the lass of appetite att-I sickness,
torating with lax. The head is troubled a
siderable losa of mamory, acoo upanied wit
something wh oh ought to have been doe,.
and low apirits. Sometimes many of the t
very few of Iem but the liver Is general
Is warranted not to contain a single
particle of Mercury, or any injurious
mineral substance, but is
containing those Southern roots and Ierbs
which an allwise :'i ovidence haw placed
In countries where Liver Diseases nmost
prevail. It will cure ual diseases c wused
iy deranganeots of the Liver and how
Simmons Liver Regulator, or Medioina.
Is eminently a family medicine, and by
bding kept ready for imenediate resort. will
snve many an hour ofsauffering and many
a dollar in tiie nmid doctors' bills
\fier over Forty Years trial it is till
receiving the most 'unqualified testi
monials toits virtues from persons ofr I i e
highest oharneter and responsibility
Eminent physicians commend it as the
for c numpti ,n, Ifeadache. Pain in the
shoulders. Wzziness, Sour Stomnch, bad
taste ia the muou th, billions attacks, Pal.
pitation of the heart, Pain in the regions
of the Kidlneys, despondeney, gloom and
fuiabodings of evil, all of which are the
offspring ofa diseased Liver.
For Dyspe8ia or Indigestion.
Armed with this antidote all climates andl
ohahges of water and food may be faced
without fear. As a Remedy in Malarious
Fevers, Bowel Complaints, restlessness.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is the cheapest, purest and the best
Family Medicine in the world I
Buy n, powders'or Prepared Simmons Liver
Regulat.or unless in our engraved wrap
per with Trade mark, stamp and signs turo
unbroken. None other is genuine.
J. H[. ZEI1LIN & CO.
Macon, Oa., and Philadelphia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
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For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Spleen, Ams a remiedy in
Malarious Fevers, Bowel ComplaintCs,
Dyspepsia, Mentiail Depression itest
lessnaiess, .Jaiundice, Nausea, Sick
l/endche, Colic, Consipa
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ESTABLISHED OLVBK ("
hieing now preparedl for the F ALL, T itAD~
merchlnts to my large amid varied stoe'c of
CHIN A, GLASS, EAR'I
A great nart of It IUiPOIITED DIltlWTP
ailways -keep a ltargo stock of
My thorough knowleadge of the buisines
Years. eaables me to buy at. the lowest tle
nuiich the retailer can realize a handsonie
aug 19-2m osi
July 1 ami
D. F. FV145130, JA M ES M.
We have roecived, and are now opo
Orders p'romptly tilled, and all,
I. F. FLIMM
Wholesale Dealers in andi
190. 9, I~ynbe Streef,
aug 5 CHARLEE
A ND Lucerne, andi a good assotiment
of Turnip seeds just. In time for the
SioMASTJ4R & BiR!010,
rweiltedS an p tin In t le, yude, domotin
on for rhentnat.ism. Tho ttanaoh is af'eo
bioweld In general costive, soinelingos a
ltih pain, and dull, heavy sensations con
i pAinful sonsation of having' loft uddtone
Often complaling of Weakness. dehility
bove attend the disense and at, other time
ly the organ most involved.
"I ht ve never seen or tried much a
simple effincious. satisfaotory and pleas
ant rome-ly in my life."-II, Ilaines,
Hon. :Alex. H Stephens.
"I oocasionally use, when my oonditie
requires it. Dr. Simmons' Liver itegula,
tor with good effect."-IHou. Alex. ill
Governor of Alabama'
1-Your Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time. and I am pursuaded
it is a valuable addition to the nedica
science "-.,v. 1. 0111 8 orter, Ala.
"I have used the Regulator in my fami
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safe'ly reconmend it. to the world as Inc
beet medicine I have ever used for iI
c'ss of dlse-tsea it purports to cure
I. F. Thirpen.
President 0ity Bank.
"Simmons' Liver tegulator has proved
a good and efficacious mcedicin."--C. A.
"We have been acquainted with Dr
Si,' mons' Liver Medic no for more tian
twenty years, and know It to be the best
Liver Regulator offered to the publio."
M. R. Lyon and H. L. Lyon, Ilellefontaint
"'I was cured by Simmous' Liver Iego
lnor, after having suffered several years
wihh Chills and Pover-"R. V. Anderson.
"I Hlave been a dyspetic for years i be
gan the Regulator two years ago ; it has
noted like a charm in my easeo."--...Ry. J
1 have given your medicine a
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Sheriff Bibb County.
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virtues "--Rev. 1. Fe:lder, Perrv On.
"I think Sinmon Liver Regular or one
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Liver. My wife and ninny on hers, hove
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Sparks, Albany, Ga.
'-1 have used tho Regulator in my fami.
ly, also in mny re'gxtlar' practice, nnd have
fournd it a ntest vnhinble and stisfactory
edicine, atnd believe if it wres nsed by
* profession It wonid be e'f serv lee in
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lggs, I D) al o n, Ga .
llCI Ell IIOIUSE IN (Uti S~tON, S. 0
111am L. Webb,
128 MEETING STRAEET,
BE'o. 1875. I wish to call thne attenntion of
FIR'M EUR1GPS. Di~eus staple goods,
AND) CUT 0 LASS.
Se aequtiredi by an experience of 'trent 3
It'os. and eon'isqununty to sell at prioes of
nlg Street, CI[A ILEvSTON~ Se
PRIOE R EDUQEE
FI?031 $I.00 to'
50 CENTS .A 30X
Trueeot the demn td for ua
8-nfe ald lleliable
P~EVERI AND) AGUE ANDIDOTJ
AT A Pi'atre witin th (e reach of all
GNTIllELY VEGETVA ILI',
NEVER .KNOWYN TO FAIL.
liever was Medicine so Dalettedly 1opule
WVIL0O, JAMES CILFIL
ning, a large and new stock of iBooti
Qods with ouir brand warranted.
KING dl CO.
NManufacturers of Boots, Shoe
Oo.. 0f Claurel Street,
TON, 8. 0.
Cottont WillNot Pny I
Bradley's Phosphate, or Et-ok.
for Wheat aad Oats. For sale by
seet 18 MMATA jRIk
GREIA T R USH
WIIL TAXE: PLACEI
JNO. C. SQUIER & CO'S,
Will be offered In ai trewnendous Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
CALL, A ND BE CONVINCED
Jno, 0. squier, 8, Wolfe,
IIERt14 announceto my antnerous
friends and patrons tht, in conbequence
of increased faolltlos in my eatablinhment,
I an prepared to offer greater advantages
to trade than eYcr before. A complete
line of articles will be found on hand at
cheap prices. Mrs. Hoag will soon return
from the North with the newest styles of
ladles' goods, When she will be prepared
to supply all wants in the autua making
and millinery departanouis. The public
are requested to call and examine, and
their further patronage is respectfully so
J. 0. Boag.
R. L. IAN BE
THtE .TAs. tEFF~5
' Double Turbine WatetW ,
e i in aeen
W. PE. Dot7 & Co,
3 Doors }'es of v t Qfice
T IESPIAN HA1 'Bu
FAMILY & PLANATION
P RO P RIETORS
LIVERY & SALE
Where we constantly keep oei
land a fully supply ofgood
s'am &1 Mules,
IL q. DlE8i01tTflE & CO.,. hav, by
mutual cohuent, and by expiratron of
limitation, terminated the 6opartnership,
.to,44tofrom Jtly first lost,
retains indebted will close up their ao
counts by cash or note by the-frst day of
U; q. DESPn1:t'TES,
R. 8. -V)DORTB-.
WITil amplo capital, l' wil'l conoruar.
the business at the samo- ea id
Ii. @. DES8POR T'E..
Jul: stih, 1875,
PIERRE BAG OT
AG ENT RORI.
OFFI~iti for Nale tihe following very
~.JPoptular brands, uis I
Bradley's Sea Fowl Gitano.
C. C. Coo's superphosplhate.
Bradtey'u Animninted Dissolved
ll aluano Compound.
IBradley's A el d l'hodatt.
Parties wishing OGuanos by the oar-la
can have tigemz orderecd to IDokd, IRidgewy
Iyies' lFord and St rother's iStatIods, as 1i.
am agent far the entire (.outsty of l'air-'
Aeld. Time sales due November 1,t,
For rragemntson lime attd price 11h
a RRE~ IJACOT.
II 111 underAsind ked~p Oonstittly oni
J.'hand the finest Odi(~iS tilat csa be
bd (of.iile own tutanttar.)
The very b -s ohewiuig tobaco alwIa *
Si tI% . Smrokoerc sibdi jwere will 6 .i
It Lt 'e ddfantag eb tivo me a ca 1,
se ? .el sheaper , U1I y ot her houso t'
..... *t~i.aied e v o~ wd~
d eli 6iga4 oiatbuildingdy bold*girig to
s. . is. V6e gpUlarsM .4