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paper denotes that his subscription has
expired. Wo will be glad to have all. de
liniquont stibseribers settle past dutes and
1a u f lt year. ''here are a
g p19Iifl p mel) I.wbou wo have been
nl >ifit r i l:( ,t lme. As we imdergo
2w1ev so nd re olmpel led to ulke
cAsnIL m-wAYt;NrH for uaterial and labor, we
cannot afford to wait longer for our just
lues On the Fiawr o JANUAnY NEXT We
propose to erase the tuuae of all delin
glent snbisacrihrs from our hooks, how
ever wo may regret it. The Nu.ws is only
four dollars, anul'tlti' Irmrsiul.l, threet dollars
a year. Pay up your substriptioins.
Surmnnron: -:A. M\. Krch~ey.
LNotice-P. 13 tCot.
M1illinery"-J. Ht. Brown.
Notice - \Vuinns) >ro N:ational
- ko W\ai ltl-R,. MI. Dlea~vy.
orill"s 1: c--S. W.- Rul'.
ieport ct otunty Ctmmisionors
Tr .I 1othdh Aon Clerk. 'a
Mac iy, 'laintiff's Attorney. .
lerrf. 'of Cotinty tominissioners
-+.f. Rt Robertson; Clerk.
The Leg 1lptu:ro c 'mvonos; at 12 M.
f1The Uion- Iertzdd hi a four
'patint inside shoot o'vory Sun
hJeo Chai-lotte races eomnienced
yesterday . A great many fine horses
are on hand trimmed for the track.
Ow ing to the aecirlent on the C.
C. & A. It. I. Wednesda.y no mail
waus roceived here Thursday after
Somnething Inm. he wrong with
old p'olfbablilitiCs, hot cone day. cold
tbme next - afnd rain the ne.xt. Per
haps the old fellmy thinks tlt
variety is th:e spice of life.
The Berger Family are heading
this wly. '.I.i'y will perform in Au
gusta on the 19th and 20th. Sol
Smith Ruswell is with thorn.
"Winnsbor h-il a beautiful rep're
sentation.at the Fair."
Ko says Wilson of the Abbeville
JId)"is fE Banner and Wilson is a
ntn of taste.
Tho staples securing the grating
in South Window of the jail were
discovered to he removed. The
timely vigilance of Sheriff Ruff saved
a regular jail delivery.
His Royal Iighnss the President
of the jnited States hats appointed
Thmursday next as a day of thanks.
givinig anid prnyer.
A mueeting of the excutive conm
mittee of the South - Carolina stato
press arwSociation will lbe held at the
Columbia hotel, Columbia, on
Wednesday, the 2itlh 1nsit., at it0
o'clock A. M.
The . Chnrlotte, Columbia and~
.Augmsta lailr'oad have reduced thme
freight on1 cotton fiom $32 56~ per
-hl* to 81 50 -por halo between
WVinnsb~oro and( Colunib)ia.
Owing to thme change of sedoule
on the South Carolina R. R., the
Charleston New 0 Co'urier is aL day
and 'a half old wheni it arrives ini
The~ r~emnains ol M~rs. Hfarriot
B3uebanain reach ed thmis pla~ce Tu~es.
da~y afternoon and were interred ini
the Presbyterian Cometery.
M1r. Jainess Corrie, D)entist, in RC-~.
timore, writes: "I have used Dr.
Bull's Coiugh syrupi personally and
in my famnily for two or three years,
and aimm priepared to say that there
-is nothing to columare to it i s a
remedy for Comughs, Colds, etc."
p~m~ursedl the stores formuerl y oen
piedl by B. F. D~avidson & Co., and
are preparing to er'ent a blarge
liyery anud saile stable in rear of these
We 'regryt tp ~ lc alied uiponi to
annoninee then death of li ttle Riob ert,
only son of Mr. and Mrs. IR J.
McCarlof~ He dieui Wednesday
night- last of inflammatory eroup.
The bereaved parent[s have the sym
pathmy of ountire l~commnity.
Woha the pleasuirei of meetinm
warid, them couriteouis and energetic
aigent of the South Carolina R. R.
The Maijur Is iln town on businessi
for his roadl andi o her's the very bemst
imnhiitueumts toc shippel)rs by thatL
M~uessrs. .1Bahickwell and Katoni,
r'ovenuO dletectivyes were ill townm
yestordlay, loottking after whiskey
barlsl , teohnaecoi and ( segar boes
As far as we couldl learn only onme
seizure was niado, and that of a few
whiskey barrels, the gauger's nlame
nmot being erasedl.
Mr. M. C. Rhobertso)n, the accom
mnodating clerk of the Winnsboro
National Bank intends resigning his
position on the first of D)ecembor,
to enter into the hardware business
with Mr'. H. V. Desportes at Rock
Hill. We wish these two young
gentlemen, both of whom aro na
tivos of. our , town, abundant sue
A hand-Lill reaclhed hero Satur
day aftornoon from Sonnettsvillo
giving a full description of- the mare
found in the possession of John
TilliamnRs, thio negro who was taken
ui on suspicion a few days ago.
'Ieo -are is the property of 1Ir.
'.: F. )fcRao, who will no doubt' be
hero to-day to take chargo of the
tl ef and to recover his property,
AJianda Bates, colored, was arrouted I
Saturday for bigamy. It - seems
that Ananda wanted too many lius
hand, but the one she married did
not agree with her and caused heer
to bo arrestelj and lodgl in jail.
This is the first instance of the kind
6(at has over occurred hero.' Thoro
have been cases tried whoro women
itiiicted men for bigamy, but never
han there been a caso whore a man
indicted a woman until now.
A parade of the Fairfield Firo
Engine Company is ordered for
this afternoon at 4 o'oelock. We
trust that the members of the coml
pany will turn out in full force.
On the drags belong the most active
and energetic young men of our
town, and they being the custodians
of the citizens' money invested in
their engine, should not, through
lack of zeal, allow the organization
to "go stone dead."
Aios-rn ON SUsricIo.-A rather
fancy looking darkey, hailing last
from Louisville, Ky., was arrested in
tovn yosterd-ty by Policeman Mar
phy, under suspicion of being in pos
sossion of a stolen horse. The sus
picion was excited by his evasive I
answers, and the m:nner of travel
ling through thu country. Justice
1Robertson will investigate the case
We learn that quite a serious ac
cident occurrodl on the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Wo(nesclay afternoon. From what
we canl learn there was a passenger
train following the Southern bound
1maul train and when near Bacon' s
station the former ran into tholatter
killing a child and severely injuring
several passengers, besi:les demolish
ing several cars. An-mg the wound
ed is tiail agent Lylos. Hu is badly
out over the left eye. This is the
first accidlent that has happened on1
the road in some time.
Of fall the various genera of
sprOlges the nlewspap~er sponge is
thme worst. HeI will not pay at few
dollars and have his own paper, but
i ofinnlly borrowing. A news
paper~i is no mo-0. p lublic prFoperty
than a ccoit or a hat is. We have
had ubcirsto stop their piper
heeause sonme loafer continually
steals it from the post oflice. For
this the postmaster is responsible
Now we ~~expd mol'n.y, time, and
labr o orpapler, and we are en
titled to the fruit of our labors.
We therefore ask every newspaper.
borrower to conmc up and sub~scriboe
fer hiims~elf. In so doing lie will
coniferi a favor on us and mr
esp~ecially on tile subscribers who
will thbo e (nabled to read their
paplers ml pea1co.
000o) WionK.-We wore shlown
receintly two sheep skiins which had
bleen tanlnedl white with the wool
on by Mr. Jas. S. Martin, of the
fim of Martin & Tlhompson, of this
1)1a1o. They' were beautifully
finishied, the bileIs being porfectly
whlile, and pliable and the wool a
rich ceamy white, soft and warm,
the very thing for a baby to lie on.
We (d0 not believe they can he ex
celled in 1inish and dapearance b~y
anly tannery in the United States. We
feel proud( of being able to boast of
sneh goo,1 work in our town anldwould
ad(viso all. who can to supply them
selves with these beautiful and
tomnfortaiblo rugs. They would 1)e
ani addition to thme most hanidsoimely
furnished apartment in Winnsboro.
Posr~u. Mv'rTas..-All mail matter
wholly or partly in writing, except
bookm uiscripit and corrected
proo)EfH passing bietwooni authors and1(
publ Iishlers, local or drop letteru; and
United States postal cards, is Rub
jec't to lotter p)ostag-throo cents;
forj each half onne1c or fraction. It
is the duly of a postmlaster to col
leet letter lpostage on any mnatter of
the second or third class arriving at
his oflee conlta'inling any writing
other' thaun the addross(,5. Manu
script for publication inl newspapers,
maazno or orodial issujc
to letter p)ostage. . Letters cannmot
Ibe carried1 out of thme mail habihituall
ly, excep1t inl postage stamped en
v~iolpos. T(here is, howvever, no 01)
jeetion to a person who is not acting
as a common carrier carrying a
s(cal(ed letter, whether in a stamped
envehlpo or not ; butt to conitimno the
practice, or receive pay thorofor,
would subject the party to a penalty
CnnjA AND THE CUINzax.-Our town
*as visited 'this *eek by the ,1Iev,.
M. H. Houston and his wife, return.
ed missionaries from China, and our
citizens were entertained and in
structed by the information conveyed
to thor, concerning the inhabitants
of the celestial country. On Wednos
day afternoon the childre.i. of :the
diffoo'eit Sabbath 'Schools, togothor
with many adults, assembled at the
Presbyterian Church, and listened to
Llecrip)tions of the personal appear
Amo of the Chinese men and women,
cheir superstitions and munmeries
)f their idol worship, &c., which was
ilustrated by various articles of per
tonal apparel, articles in columon use
in their households, and images of
the wooden deities, before which
they bow in superstitious reverence
n the heathen temples. Samples of
the shoes worn by the different
classes of society, the razors they
use to shave their crowns, and the
bamboo comb with which they get
tie tangle out of their "pig-tail ;"
he knife and chop-sticks which they
itso so dexterously at their meals;
tle pipes in which they consume to
acco and opium ; pictures and
mages of the Chiiese gods ; and
Dlany specimens of carving, painting,
>mbroidery, needle-work, printing,
igricultu ral implemien ts, writing
inaterials, beads, fans, visiting cards
md other matters of interest to
Ad and young
In the evening, Mr. Houston ad
:ressed a large audience in the
Presbyterian Circh, upon the "con=
lition and wants of China," and fur
aiimhed many items of interest con
cerning that interesting country and
ts inhabitants. We heard many cx
pressions of pleasure from those
vho were present, ani regret that
Air. Houston's stay was so short
ith us, as many would gladly hale
heard him again.
Collections were taken up at both
neetings, amounting, with the $25
which the S-abbath School of Scion
imurchm contributed out of their
reasury, to over $70, which will be
cent to the committee on Foreign
issions, in Baltimore, to aid in the
construction of suitable buildings
for the Presbyterian Missionaries ro
siding in Soochow, China.
We are glad Mr. Houston was
able to pay our town a visit, and
wish our people, particularly the
children, could have more frequent
2ppor'tunities of coming directly in
miantact with those who have visited
foreign lands, and arc able and wvill
ing to impart the knowledge they
have gmidled to others. Mr. and
Mrs. H. left on Friday for Charlotte.
They carry with them the good wish
es of our 1people. wvho would wvel
rome themu, should they ever be able
to visit us again.
CUTr Tims OU-r-IT MaY SAVE Youn
LIF.--There is no person living b~ut
what suffers more or less wvith Lung
Disease, Coughs,, Colds or Consumr
tion, yet some would die rather than
pamy 75 cents for a bottle of medicine
that would cure them- Dr. A.
Bloschee's Glernman Syrup has lately
been introduced in this country
from Germany, and its wondorous
e'ures astonishes every one thrt try
it. If you doubt what we say. in
p)rint, cut this out and take it to
your Druggist, McMAS'rER & InEs
and get a samp~le bottle for 10 cents
rind try it, or a regular size for 75
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup should be0
kept in every family. A slight cough,
if unchecked, is often thme forerunner
of Consumption, and a timely doseo
of this wonderful medicine hus res
cued many from an early grave.
Dn. rTT8 ~'sErou.ue'r. - ThIisuni
va'el1 prepairation hats pe'rformeud somne of'
ther most aistniishinig eutro's that aret r~cor4
feoring for1 yertrs fromu thle various d iseases
of the 1ltngst afte trying iff~rent r.-mne
Ira, e'ing an' t torig. hn by th,.' I m. e.
''a few hiottlet entirely recv'red the1(ir
A sojourhter at Ai nn, 8. (. rit,-s:
D.Tr-:Nu~w XonK, August :30, 1872.
Deir ,iir:-Wheni in Aiken last wintar, I
usedt your Ex pectorant for mI1 crongh, nnd1(
r aalized more beneflit from it then any'thing
I ever took. I ams so well that I ill not
go to Florida nxext winter as I intended.
Send me one dozen bottles~ by express for
some friends. Ai.Fin CUsHI~o,
123 Wiest Thirty-first $troee.
rV HJIURL&DA Y next, 25t1h, being a National
..L Hotlida y, the Winnrsboro National
B~antt will be closed on that day. All pa
puorn falling due that day must be anttici
S. B. CLOWNE~Y, Cashier.
a ship~ No 8 wvill meet at Rimdgewtay the
lass .inrhtav in eatch month commIlecior
with Novembher, Teoachers will be requireti
ti cuter ito now contracts, report the
naume, age and color of each scholar. No
puay cortiflcate wvill he aigned, only at the
regular meeting of the Trustees, arnd a
strict and compIlete report of teacehers will
be required. H. EDMUNDS,
nov 24-xl Trustee.
orffee or Coulany CJommissione r
WINNasolto, 8. C. Maroch 23rd1 1875.
3 E.ULiED proposals will be recived at
k this office for thirty dla for building
a bridge over RCoehh l Ceek, Townsihi
No. 6. All bids miust be accempanied with
the namnes of two or more suffileentsureties.
The commissioners reserve the right to
reject any and all bids if in their jumdg
imnt the interest of the county' reire It
For details of plans and specifications
apply at this offce.
nov 24t2z3 Ohnina. .
.' Sheriff's Sale;
BY virtue of an execution to me di
rected, I will oftYfr for sale at then reui.
dence on the plantation known as the
Joseph Lauhon, place on Bear Creek in
Fairfeld County, on the 1st Monday in
December next and the day following
within the legal hours of salq, at public
ohtoty, to the. highest bildet, for odsh,
the following described property, to wit:
All the personal property of the said
Joseph Lauhon deceased, conasisting of
4 Mules, I Wagon, Harness and farming
Utensils, 10 head of Hogs, 160 bushels of
Corn, 2000 lbs. of Fodder snore or loss,
:100 bushels of Cotton Seed, I Threasher,
1 Fan. I Gin Head and boltand Blacksmith t
Tools etc. Levied on as the property of
Joseph Lauhon, deceased, at the suit of D.
11. ituflf. Terms Cash
Shorffl's ofice, 13.W. ItUFF,
Winasboro, 8. C. - 8. F C.
nUv 20t lx2
1'. S..---Salo Tuesday the 7th, December
Decree of (ourt Sam'l Catheart coin
inittee of the I state of
of Equity John Ilatbcart, lunatic.
Lucius Jlopkins, Amos Dwight and Ed
ward Trowbridge loopnrtherstunder the.
firma name. of I opkins, Diwighat aind
irTrowbridge, and Sam'l. R. Clownoy as
clerk of the court for Fairfield county
1N obedience to an order of Court manhd
- in the above stated cne I will offer for:
sale at the risk of the former pnr:hnsor on
the 1st \londlay in D)ecenmber next before
the court houso door in Winiasboro 1
within th,- legal hours of sale, to the 1
highest bidder, the following described
property, to wit:' Allthat certain tract of
lanl containing 750 acres more or less
and ropresented by letter ".1,"' on a plat
of resurvey of the belton place made by
11 II Robertson d s., on the 5th of 'etober
186t) and on tile in the oflee of the clerk,
of the Court Pleas for the County of
Fairfield in the cause styled G Ii Lamar,
Wifo and others against the executors of
N A Peay, deceased. Terms of sale one
third cash, balance on a credit of one and
two years, two equal annual instalments
with interost from day of sle, payable
annually to be secured 'ay the bond of the
pnrchaer with a mortgage of the, premises,
purchaser to pay for all necessary papers.
8. W. Rurr,
nov 14-x2 tl S. F. C.
8 HER I FFs SA LE.
) Y virtue of an execution to me direct
ed, I will offer for salo before the
court house door in Winnsboro on the 1st
Monday . in Decensber next within the
legal hours of salo to the highest bidder,
the following described prolerty to wit:
Alt that plantationor tract of lan'l contain
ing 173 acres snore or les, lying in the
t-ounty of Fairtleld and tatte of South
Carolina and bounded on the North by
hands of the Estate of H J Lyles, J U feas
ter and Wesly Mayliuld, on the South by
lands of homestoad of Isano 11 Moans, on
the East by lands of Dr ) C Means mai
on the s eat by lands of 8 If C!owney,
levied upon as the property of Isaac II I
Means at the suit of i Oneal and Son.
All that plantation or tract of land lying
in the County of Fairfield and State of 5 e
containing 60 acres sore or less and
hounded by lands of Jonathan etanton,
Estate of Leroy .J. Vaughan; W hI (reight
and others, levied upon as the property of
J'amoes Laws at the suit of Jonathan Stan
A LSO, -.,
All that plantation or tract or land lying
in hairfioidc County containing 150 acres
more or less known ats the old Gladdetra
Grove plaice. Also, another trai I. contain
ing 420 acres more or lexa bounded by
lands of J I Caldiwell, Isaiah Glaidden and I
othsers, levied upon as thme prioperty of
Silas Gladden deseda, at the suit of
Margret C Gladden. Terms casha.
. Al that plantation or tract of land lying
in the County of Fairtild, containing I 60
acres mnore or less anal bounded onm the
North by lands of E:.tato of Osbmorne
Boulware, and others, on tho South by
lun~s of Laawrenco I-easter, on the East
by lands of E'state of Rt D) Ioulware and
en the West bmy Bradni Rixer, leviced upaon
as she in tate of Obadiah lBoulware at the
suit of Andrew J Roulware and otbors.
Nov 16-x211 d.gI
State-of South t'arolhiaa-County of Fair
ild-M. B. Clowney, as Clerk of CourtI
,s. It bert K. Pickett.
Nt purranance of san order of the court
o.(f coaameoni ple amade in the above
entitled action, I will offer for sale before
the couart house door ini Winnaboro oni the
first nioanday ins Decemnber next, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest bid
dher, at public outcry, the followian de.
scribatd property to wit :All tht lata:.
tioni or traict of hind situate anal being in
the C mlnty of Fairfleid and $taate of 8ouath
(Carolina aforesaid, containing one hun
diaed and thirty-nine acres, mnore or leiss,~
represiented by the letter l on a p at of ro
survey amaude by B. II. Rtobertaon, D,. $., on
t14 5h day of October, A. D. 1859, of the:
lansam belonaging to the Estate of N. A.
Penay, deceased, known as the Flint 1Hill
Placo. TIermns of snie: (Onc-third of the
pumrchanso mnoney to baa paid in cash: for the
'bnlance, a credit of one and two years,
wish ananual interest from the day of sale,
thme purchmaser to give his bond with a
maortgaugo ofth pa jremises, aund to 1ay for all
nov 13-thx2 8. F. C.
IWinnsboro, Ii. 0,
31N0v l ib, i1814.
Insure Your Gin Housess'
PflHE Rlichmond Fire Association of
LVirginia affords an opportunity to
planters to insure their Gin Houses anid
IpftNow is the time, delay is dangeroup.
JAL8. W. LAW, Agent,
Ornee at the store of J) MGllosway
STATE OF SOU'I[ CAROLINA,
. COU$TY OF rAIRtFZELp,
By A. M. Mackey, Esq., Trial eJs.ice in
and for the said State and Coefncy. To
the Sheriff of Fairfield County, or any
COMPLAINT having been made unto
mn by George W. Crawford, that
K. Cyrus Tmnmons is indebted to him in
he sum of eighty dollars.
THESE ale therefore to require you to
uunon the said defendnat to appear be.
ore me in my officeinWinnaboro in-twan.
y days after the service hereof, to. pstVer
o the said complaint, or judgmsent will be
iven against him by default.
GIVEN under my hand and seal at
Winnsboro, the 15th-day of November,
875. A. M MACl(EY,
nov 23-1 aw T.-lal Justice.
L)ARTIES indebted to me are recqueAted
. to come forward and settle by tho frst
December. If they fail to com ply with this
equest, their accounts will be place.i in
ho hands of an Attorney for oolleetion.
nov 20- It M )UNLEVY. ,
W E, the undersigned. desire to in
form the citirezns of Winubboro
nd vicinity that we have assoointed our
elves under the Alrn name of Juonusrox A
'E-rwIEw, and will keep ccnatantly on
and a largostock of line Whiakies, WVines
in, &c. Also McE!wana Li.otch Ale,
luinness' 1)hlin Porter unl leitast
ginger Ale Also a large stock of a pots
nd hoes, Dry Goot, Clothing, Groceries
nd veryrthing usually kept in a first-class
ouse '1 hans fnl for the liberal patronuge
iesowed on the old house, we solicit a
ontinuance of the samo.
D. Jonas, J. H. DAVI, E. BOUkiuou-T
E. S. BOUKNIoHT.
Successors to R. 0. Shiv -r & Oo.
AND DEALICE IN
Dry Goods, Carpets. 011 Cloths,
Columbia, S. C.
T 1HE attention of purchasers in overy
part of this State is called to cohsider
a very important fact, namely, that the old
establisled house of It. C. itIlE It
tO., is not closed but reorgaunizedupon
the only basis that can be curried on suc
And we assure our patrons that we
shall continue the same honorable courseo
of dealing with them that was such a dis
tfinguished feature with the house of R. C.
Shiver & Co. We have now in store the
best selected stock of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SRIOES,
HATS, CAPS, CARPETS, OIL
MLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
WALL PAPER ETC.
Ever seen in this city, selected by oneO
of the firm, who superintends the busi
ness, and consequently knows the wants
of this community better than buvers re
siding elsewhere. Tihe entire stocek will
be offered at prices never before equaled
in this section. Trho prices will startle
and attract you al sight. We invite you
to send at once f i
Samples of thlese New and Hand
And, if shown to your friends anid neigh.
bors, we are sure it will ho to vour advan
tage to send us a large order. We pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 ad
upwards. All orders muust lbe accompan
iedl with the CASH, or we send them C. 0.
D)., and guarantee satisfaction.
Be(st (ita. P'rinta in the city. Long
Cloths 8 , 10, I2)c. None equal to them
in the State. WVehl known brands of
Alpacas and Mohairs, just imported. Hoe
siery Departm en t--Full of well assortedi
goods at popular prices. (Gonts' Furnish
ing goods complete, asa department. Our
Boot and Slhoe D~epartmaent is second to
none on this continent. From the cheap
est Brogan to the finest hand madec goods.
T1hae niost complete and best managed
Carpet Department in the world. Cloths,
Cassimeres and Jeans are bought by the
ca and sold at a very smalhl advancs
Jirown and Bleached Hhirtings sold at
factory p rices. Flannels and Blanketa at
prices th at will astonish.
We shall expiet an order from you or a
call when you visit Columbia.
J. H. BROWN
' 30R Millinery Good., Dress Gloods and
.Woolens, Flciaels and Blankets,
lDomestics abnd Prnta, Notions, Hoesiery
and (Gloves, Merino Undorweasr, Shawls
and cloaks. Splendid line of Black Al
pacas, and the
BEST STO(( 01F 8I1OES IN
State or South Carolina,
COUNTY OF FAInLm.
Trhomas M4. Neely as adlminlistrator of the
estate of Anne W'alling, doe Jased, plain
tiff, against Elizabeth Wallin g, John
WaTcllng, Henry Waliling, Sallie Walling,
Phuili p Walling, Jameus Walling, .Jr.,
Elizabeth McLean and William Walling,
T1o the Defendants:
Elizabeth Walling, Joisn Walling, Hfency
Walling allie Walhcng, Philip Wall ingJas
W~alling. Jr., Eliz.abeth McLean and Wil
liami V ailing.
--*rOiU arc bereby summoned and re
,1 riuired to answer the comnplaint in
this action, which haa been filed in the of
fice of the Court of Probate, for the said
County, and to serve a copy of your an
swer to the said complaint on the sub.
Acribers at their ofilco, No. 2, Law Range,
Winnabore, H. C., within twenty (lays afterI
tho service hercof, exclusive of the day of
service; and if you fail to answer the com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will applly to tho Court
for the relief demndaod in the cornplaint'
Witness John J. Neil, Esq., Judge of
i'robate for the County of Fairfield, this,
the saventeenth day of November in the
year 1875. GAILLARID & DAVIS,
To the defendant. WVilliam Walling.
'rake notice that the summons in this
action, of whioh the fprogigi ia copy,
was filed in the c~es of the .Ju do of 1Pre
bate'of Fairfield County, State of South
Carolina, on the seventeonth cday of No
venber, A. D. 1875.
224 iNov. 1876.
GAUILLAlSD k DAVIS,
nbv 9A-ur8 Pladtif wtone
[8 invited to call on I. N.. Withers
( And see the bargains ho is otet
A third order of Clotiiing is just in.
The Cheapest over oAorod in tluw ar
ket. Come and got a suit It will
dIo yoIJ good.
I r?hallengo tho 'woiid' on ShoOs,
both in qlualit And pride. I 6l "'fio
trihd shoos. Aubth& large assort.
nmnt just received; Come and bo
Another lot of Crockery just ro
eivod, including many fanty articles,
pretty and chdsab Come-alid see.
A largo lot of . Notions has. just
been placed in stock.
To arrive-a largo and pretty ans
Ca'icoe,, Dross Goods,
Wool Jeans, Tweeds
Ropellants or Water Proofs for
Ladios SuitsLadies'and Gentlemen's
Merino Vests, White and Red Fhmun
nels, Plaid Domestics; Shawls, Chil
dren's Colored Cotton and Wool
Hose, Ladjes Hose from 10 cents a
pair up. Gentlemn's and Boys' half
hose of all kinds and many other
x don't propose to soil for coot,
but I do prottoso to sell cheaper than
thoso who do.
N. B. Metalis solos and hcols for
x. N. Withers.
Howes' great London Circus is coming, but
I8 the place to go for French and
Anericnn Candios, Nuts, Fruits, Oys
tors, Hardints, Pickles, Choose, Craeke ,
Cakes. Hrt'ad'and n:merous other things
to support the Pilgrim on his journeyings
to a plato --- I am undecided where,
---but amel sure that the soking ofonc
5 cent imsana Cigarsi.
will leave any one In a happy and cheer
fusl mood. 'f'hankful for past Pat ronageo,
I ho~pe to merit a c'ontinance of the shme
by keeping constantly on hand a full and
variedl assortmen'lt of Con fectioneries, fine
(Chewing nnd Smoking 'I'obnceo, and all
brands of Cigars. Home of which aire
Them Best and Cheapest in Town.
GENTLEMEXN TRY ONE!
eot 9 Noxt door to r. c.
arge and well selected lot of choige
Wines andi Liquor. of the finest
A lot of Sugain, Coffeen.. and new
Masekerel, the fiunt in town.
A lot of Fine Blologaa $ausage 1ev for
A VARIETY OF
Gold satd Silver Watelfes,
Gold and Plated Jewelry,
Bronze and Walnut Clocka,
Sterling adid Plaitsd Silvoritare,
Tea Sets, Oasteris, Cepsl, spoons,
Fork., Wedding Gifte, &oc;
Table and Pocket COutldry,
Bron~zb and GItio
Hall Pendant. Mind Bracket .liaumps,
Crockerfd and Glarnswaroe Va'ms,
an oilet softs, Ao., '&&
[A AIX liju ig ak tho old
storo of S. LANDJ4CiJt 4 (JW, o
hA.lfou's andi Voth'r, sizes, ,v:
Our stock of Mons Yt''~
nishinlg Goods, gzrcat
0 ' I fr thgat' bveri&Ad '1
w(J m'ill lij)I11
' to see
immense SPOOK whchd
I. T .
our luiiidisoio stock of:
A.1pa('('Lu tlt~tt defy
Laiids Itns., as la~rgo 9411 aortuiont
as can be founid in- Win u a i
bJorn(, jpi 1itj its all no.
Jo 'T2A:N1)1;'dilI &i O.,fr
they a~re bound t~o sell 'even at
Baorili('os onl fl('('nt of tho
badoveM and(~I t~11 .11
" iiltductuwiuts ,.
not ho IMntiilOd wvith.
Our' Jlne of Lai(es4,' li',olts.
arc bcoaiitifsil., (1111ou b51 lock
of Gents' Hunts iU'o . ilniencise, rho
thast they afr'o
LANDEOKER & CO.
nov 1C ,.
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