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Iilent disconit to Clubs of live or noro
litbill F.S o D.RAIG
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w <lolhar 1p-r in i for the firstd inswrtion
ani1 fit ly (.4 n I' per il.eh for eaclh s1lis.jeq iit
iner-tion. Triiut a lverti.(4iiets4 inust
bw I f'or in mi:me.
'o)14ilt :.a4 t,, for t hree, .ix or twelvet uoniths
a1110de 1pon liberl teri us.
relr- HlAi l:ei S coatMu 1 entiil. ion; abo1.d
1m idln S tM41 o i the WiIII.'n 'l l l li$l4iIng;
Comn y: n!l others to the ,Mitor.
J No. ? I 1Y N4 IDS, l'r'oprictora.
l 11-: Y N. OlUAI.
South Carolina News.
Governor iiipton spoke at
Loxington on M'miday last.
Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Granitoville,
is looking for a runaway son.
A No vherry hachelor onl Christ
ma11s day c honsume- i twenty-sovon
Pound turkey all by himsolf.
Spartanburg was for ton days
ten inches under the snow, during
the receent Cold snlap.
The sheriftof Barnwell poRtponod
the sale of property fixed for last
Aales-day. The woathor was so bad
that nobody could attend.
Some of the country papers pub
lished only a half shoot last week in
consoquenco of the extremely cold
The store of Mr. James E. BoyCo,
at Beaufort, was robbed somo ays
sinco. The thief was caught and
t portion of tho stolen monoy
The weather in Anderson county,
on the pIrd inst., was the coldost
ever known in that section for twon
ty-one years. Thto morery rogis
tored two degroos below zoro.
The Edgofield Advertiser his just
entereod upon its forty-soeond vol
ime, the (Jrtrolina 8pnarhtan upon
its thirty-fourtli, and the Newborry
iferald upon its thirtoonth.
Tie next, session of King's Moun
tin Military School, Yorkvillo, S. C.,
begins on the 1st of Fohrnary. This
is decidodly one of th best iustitu
tions in tie Southern country.
Numeiors of fights and sqtibtlables
are reported as haviing occurrod in
different parts of the Stato during
At the immicipal election hold in
Wialterboro, Colloton county, on
the 1st ilt., the Citizens' ticket
was 0lout(d over the Radicals' by a
iajoirity of thirty votes.
The now town council of Marion
Ve'nt into oflico a few days ago.
The first act of its administration
was to abolish the "dlry" regfime,
and gr'ant licenses to retail spiri
Shor'iff Ward, of Williamsburg
county, "hohls the fort," and refuses
to uronder his office. 'Judge
Sha~w hasi refuisedi to grant a
mandaU.' $to the contestant.
TIheo [m : iyo'; o f A be ville, Dar
lington1, 1 n1rens mand Spartanburyg
cotmi i('s hebl pu4blic me1ettings oin
Monda 10ef. 14 144 waosot the Hamnp
Ion geven ient441 1411 mn J repudhiate the
.l~ .Th prisoners4'14 ini th1e Spatanhullrg
,Juil 1""de. I( i'ir 4m-:4I44 (on t he Wod'.
m4I' lowni the jilor. '.l'hecv were
all r'.'apt4 ued oni the following
The11 generial imupr'ession in Edge,
fldk is that al11 rhe oats put in the
groundio within the last two monthils
hais been~i holesslyc1 frozen out. The
gr'owmig hley.I is likow~iso apparent
An attempt waszl maide, on last
Thursday ntight, 40o hurn the town
of F'lorenice irotu being applied to
the town sunultaneously in thre
different, places. This wias the
fourth attemp1t to destroy this town
since the Presidential election.
Broadl and( Saludla Rivers, duuring
thle recent cold weather, were
frozen har'd onl each sidle to within a
few feet of the middle of the ciurent
while floating ice in immense cakes
tumbled along";thr'ough the open
space. Even the Congaree was icy
ini some portions. It was the first
time such a thing had been known in
Four negr'oes were brought to
Edgefleld jail on Monday before~ last
charged with killing another nog ro,
who voted the Democratic ticket.
He ."hurr'aheod for Hampton" at a
Christmas fr'olic, when lie w~as set
upon by his Rladical companions and
so badly beaten and shot that he
die~d a few days afterwar'ds.
A df~cltyoccurred at Cha oll's
Deo nNowbor'ry county on rist
mias day. Mr. Lewis Simkins was
shot by the accidental dischar'go of
a pist'ol. On the saime day Mr. El..
dridge C. Simnkins, brother of the
form*t, 'tas severely stabbed in tihe
ab~domfen by a negro. Both gentle
meon are doing well.
0. F. Cheathanm, Esq., the newly
elected clerk of court for Edgeflld
county, is in quiet possession of his
office, including seal, books and
records. Mr. Cheatham received
his commission from Governor
Uampton, and at once took peaceful
charge of tihe office. His first offi
cial aot was to approve the bonds of
the new county commissioners.
One day last week, as a party of
young men wer'e preparing for a
h ut, Mr. * W. 0. Hampton com
menced loading his doubl-barreled1
giun. One bei~ng loadaoland cooked,
rel, when the gun went off, the load
entoring his templo, taking off half
his skil, killing him instantly. Mr.
Hampton was from Georgia, aind at
the time was on a visit to Greenville.
Judge Cooke, of the 8th Circuit,
reeontly2 issued tho following order:
"In view of the disturbed condition
of business, owing to tho intonso
political excitemont, and the unsot
tied financial status of the commu
nity, which would result inevitably
to cailuso a sacrifico of property at
shorifl's sales, andi only teud to com
plicat~o businiess, and increaso litiga
tion witliout bringing relhif cithor
to creditor or debtor, I have decided
to enjoin ill shorifhs tsales on satles,
<day in Jinuary, and you are horoby
onjoined from making all or any
sales beforo sales-day in February
Thomas Pace, a yoing lad 17 or
18 years of age, wIs utlt cruelly
and caisolessly cut lp by Lstr
Hampton, a negro man, at HIodres
on Christmas day. On that day the
whole of Hodges tnrned out and
inow.-balled Overymanl who maei his
ai'ppearanceL. onl the public square.
Hampton eme uill) and was playfuily
attacked by the crowd as Overy one
0lso had been. He was bont on
murder, and slipping his knifo from
his coat sleevo where he had it Con
coaled lhe cut young Pace through
the ear, ripped open his jaw fron
his oar to his mouth, and stabbed
him in the shoulder.
Another one of Whittronore's
pots has como to grief. This man
was Elias Davis, and olie tolo a lot
of foddor from Mr. A., planter near
Timmnonoville, and then stole a trunk
from another farmrar. Tho gentle
man from whom he stole the trunk
had him arrested, but con promised
the caso upon Davis promising to
pay him $12. Ho stolo tIhe fodder
to pay the $12, amid tlio owner
tracing it, an altoreation ensued, it,
which Whittomnore's (onj.sttiuet
flourishied his knifo extensively
One of the min. whomi he had robbe(d
obtained a shot gun and killed
him. So much for Whittomoro't.
The Abbeville Mediem says "The
auditor received what are ealled 'in,
structions' from Columbia last wevek
directing him to assess tihe proper
ty on his books to the tmlotnlt o" fif
toen mills on each dollar for State
purposes. Thoso "instructios" coite
from ex-(Jomnptrol ler Dinm and of
course will have no weight. The
poopo are detmmined to pay no t ax
Os to any but Hlampton's appointees,
and in no other way than that pro
vided by the constitutional Legisla
turo. Wo must, solidly iesist any at.
tempt to impose or c.4lect. taxes thai
may be tried by Chamberlain ani his
conspirators. We hope that the an
ditor will tell Dtin to go to I--am
burg, and wait for his proper antho .
ity from the peopl)1-'s ruler-Wado
WHAT IS VEGETINE ?~
It ta a compihound oxtratetd fronm harks,
roots anid herbs. I is Nature's Rent'dv.
It i pefra -ra frtomn ainy ld
aind sirengt It, nint:.. It atat~ .i retr Ll u oj
t he blood. It. quiets the niervoiu;s avst 'm.
It give y~ ou good swe'et slcc p ati 'nig hit.
It is a great panneen~e for our agetd ft t .wry
andi~ mtherIts, for it g'.es thIelti t rengthi.
ijie ts thleir nervels amih Lgives thlem na
I ure's sweet sheep as5 lmts:h en proved'. h 4
manouy an aged personat. It is thie gre a:
lood Puritier. It is a soot it renwd i
fr our cht ibiren'z. It h as rtlitved anmi
tuured t houstads. It is very pleasan t. t'
ia e;every childh lkt it. It relin i<tt:an
t'ero all diseas, t orilintinsi fromn impurt)
1blotod. Tlry the V lMET11N 1. Give it :
fair Itrial for youtr tminiI1jts ;thin y ou
qjuatintanete, "Try it; it lttu tiured. mie."'
'ilE IHFSTr EVID13C0
TIhe foellowing1 letter fromt Rev. E. S.
lb A', P'astor oft the 31. E. Churebt, Nat ie c
Mass., ill be' read wvith g reat in te'rest h,
miany' phict~ians; also I tse su iYeri n
fromtt thle statm diseasi'e as aill ieted the s, 'i
of' the Rev E. S. IB-st. No pee.rson ('a1;
doubt this testimonty, ast the'ro is4 no dol.:l'
tabtout the curative ptower of V'EGETl'N F':
NrmK, Mass., Jan. 1st, 1873.
Dear Sir - -Wte hiavo good rea'son for re
garding your VEGE'I'INE a mtedicie to
the greatest value. We feel atssuiredl thm
it has beenu the means of sav'ing our sot'
life. . He is now soventeeni years of' age
for his leg, caused by sc'rofulousx affection.
aind was so far reduced that nearly' al
u~osaw huim thought his recovery' inlos.
siblo. A council ot'able physiian's could
give us but the faintest hope of his evet
rallying; two of the nuimber declarin4
thtat heo was beyond the reach t'f hunutu.
remiediest, that even amttputat ion 'ottll
ntot Saive himt, as1 he hadt tnot vigor
enough to enuduir the opertio n. Jutst
then we commtuenced giving himt Vi'(I'>E
TINE, and from that titue to thle ptresem
lie has been continuously improving. lib
has lately resumed studies, thrown tawau
his eriutes anid cane, and wa'lks tabout
cheerfully and strong
Though there is still somte dischatrge
from the opeing whe'ro his limtb wti'
laned, we have theto fullest cotifiden'e thlat
in a little titme he will be pietfectly eured
IHe has taken about three dozen btottlhe:
of VEGIETiNE, but lately uses hut lit tle
as lhe declares ho is too well to beo taking1
E. 8. 11E14TI.
Mnaq. L. C. F?. BES'T
11. 1B. STEVENS, Bostonl, Maiss
All Druggis's and Dealere
FOR SALE ORL RENT.
I ofror for sale or rent the reideonce
Llocatoe en Vanderhorst 5treet, necar
the Associate Reformed Church. TJhe
house ia cottage style, containing thre<
upright rooms, two attics, aindi kitchen.
roomi attached. Thle htoiso lhas been re
cently reitted entire. On the premises
are a fine wiell and all nleceaaary out
buildings. Termso reasonablle.
Alyto JOHN WN. PU'RCEI.L
IUSlk , Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
it$ monith to active mlenl sellinig
$500J Letter Copying Book. No press
o r watter uised. Samplet col-y
worth $3-00 free. Xend stamp for ci calar.
Excla:l.1iI(i Mon flnulfactirin, Company,
05 Mtad1ison and )12 ). arborn St. Chicago.
ATTENTION A LL
OuliAT nANIH, IT SA"LE OF .i.nY.
On receipt, ol' . cent 'we will siend by
mail, postimi-l. aill of Ithe f'ollowillg Ipieces
of jewelry, viz. I iir ( bi Pl.ittited Il.
fngnvel SI ..ive I tidtnIs, onUe set ("old
rI"ont Shilrt itus. I ('liir Stiid, I Wed
lIing Rinig, I 1o11 P'lat'. Watch Chain aind
I (in'N Rtosc t'oral :;,ir1' Piln. Weofr
this gitt bargain nwr'y to draw atteni
tion to ouir bi-,ne aw hatv aill kinds
of waltices and J, elry it Lw prices.
Co~ (k Co., 735 i'rodwy, N. Y. City.
!Imu(~.-sh secreMi ve or":us, thkus pur1i..
ing t'e bh~'an i n stik :1 ;A thet ntA, of'
dIkorie. 11, is fihl miedi .1ndt extractt of
the14 pLant1 of01. t imi na e fornII inll )razil,
111in 'isne of, the mo1,stwrlru tonics
.nO invigorators t ilon l . It will inautke
the Liver artise, asist., Digestiont, lytrify'
the Bloodl, res-tore Yigorio thle( d bilitat ;I
%lnd isi a cortain reithly )'f-r f al 1 diseases:- of'1
a Serofulousi nature. Trv iit. For 6Sale
by 1)ruegi'ts. Whlol,- 'hy
C. N. Carr.wzoN, 7 Sixth Avenue, N.Y.
TI Fiji NO
With a Cold is Always Dangerous.
WE 1;LLS' Carbolc Tablets
ni suI, remeply 1or' CoIIgh..t, andi Il I)iS
ens1em of thiet T1at I' , liaiungs, Chtest nil(
iuos Mi jainrano
l'UT UP ONLY 14 JIT.UF. noX9s.
So l h1 all D riggist
(. N. (um-rn~re, 7 ixth Ave nu. N. Y.
Agfnts 1lvitted 116or the S ory of
Ltt-S L, FL I o - T R? "k-0% '2 l3t
Written by hi f' Ater. A 00 I t0 Ilk..
:tIIt ol* t 'Ik ls .il . . ist . '.r A h I I i , I I
al., I- i ititar . h ih I a --l i til
* ii'thtes a . in a in. (h't-,,1.b:' al
Il(Iin one layN 'l'ero liberlal. A Id ress
JONs ,. POCa1T & ('., Ill hlishlis.P
DESC'RIBE AND I'
Tf. oInly comu!plet, rihly illustrat Ad,
low price, work. 7';50 IP p-s: .Ik nly 2 5-)it
''reiats of the ,nWir, hi- toiry. n r e ibl
:ngs, wondI~erful exhiblits, entliositie's.
tetdays. ce. Th1e4 bes-t chanrce. (4 100,
as to coin lumn--y fast, a. v%(r.,body
a tsi-t tis w o 'k. 1,011.1a, l u p it..
mit . %V(r w ek s, .1 't nv .'t'd. IFor - i
art~i'tu laru i t hiress St.iie'..y .
.h il''. Pa ~ 't' al tin. lu. niPi ot( 'I
pr'jtu re bos ehpaitnt I asu i 11 1it
. Ito I o l i, -
~~~~~~i TAho iku 'ag
'i~it etc.cd . 1.1 -%w
: UlNiT flitE, karor Urnekts~l and
heusam frptlit ond g os.o~oko
shade. .bitro, eS. ., l'icttr t-, 187t- 6aks
\ dros1 CLniENberNor al
.irces SScilttntion ive toi' tot Un
ilitplyo i/aiws and Woord olil. h
AVstyI'NGtknag of wokita nthet Gro-ni
-eir tloe forer'xly uied by R. tl
.m d Dan nbeg Idsi tftoe iformtn
:hotbr pubc hati. I kop contnly~ Oin
mind a fresh andc' coio stoc ofpe
Y'da r'onsil Repoullys I'pii
o12 J. CLE NIN,
All Persons at a distano treated
by Mail with Perfect Sucoose by do
scribing their Symptoms.
ATr. oivaeoii oho~viig nauinor of Inhaltig
UXYK -ATED Mfl 11
(Sottfl for our largto arid lioaiti futll y 11lustrated
papepr, mit ft uto to %it), addresa.)
~AT~~ ~ Whylioause 1'ialu
Ltion is thoonlyway
that tho Air Pansa.
3MEM ges caT ho ronchdo
atnd Catarrh is a dia
casoof thoA IrPasa,
WE MAKE A SPEC- gesiorotlullead. Use
TIA'1Y of treating pa- thisTreationtasitwo
tlottit by IhIall. J'lonso direct, which is easy
wrlto and desc-ribo your andl pleasalt,ndi(I wo
symptois. gitaraniteo a perfect
Con of Catarrh.
A1iyfor tito satno
bo e. -lItV ' h 'P 0 olt lii
itubces ire sliunily
7 x r' contaulctor-i to carry
air to tlto D~itigi,
A LL PEIlMSONSTIAT onco Initlttioi
read thi aro irnvited to it itgtdlreettotho
send fotr our lire and seat of ho clisen-,
beauit I fully illlut.trzted nt if You will fol
Papor. iuit freo to atiy low otr tIretions,
ildilresii. Wo Isioranteo tot
Why? ftno Ast i
reash J on siven a
hv,to T roncihil
'I'll I es, (.1usedm by I I
al1111a Tubes aod shply
WVE OTTAlIANrBmTO itiieiti rutie blihligthIo
(',Ji1;t 7tzls ( ls I I ~ ("W1" Brlc 1101 l tet.
I iIt ierla, l1 'i ot titi :t Uc od )c trsi:tt ci Air
I t*~ll.tltcr tI i a Wo %%-III dlirect nitu
oftiher ;ev*ere0 utta aLrs wo thill Lvtrriung ,
whI-11 nil othor rettodics ('ire. Wo havetiron
fall. aset of *o0 years
O~ut Io cured. Why ?
adrauto wo r teto
IO PIS U APE cured iiidrods of
cII4Oit, S01110t oif t Iteitl
Tr lieiitg glveit over to
1)~ ~ ~ of )t ier 4toltti of
1)( I , C u , 1 ,o sttip
i)ph lia it dis'esn of
eURiE.h Llveratyc Kil thocArIa-'sattul
ot e ttcover two-hirds of
Wally roa emeed by 0Xy- tli cases tar cused
y (eatarrt. Wo
gcniatot Air. glaritaite a ctre if
you will coillOittsoa
ar If the ltcial
la nat I o and- iri
~ ~tonycilt Tubey.
Uso Oxyena edr IA gir
ii t3i ~* 1 as w ill dIrect andt
wol~ wvit warto Ioo
ue. Wong byv (Itodc
fall case o f h0 earsl
2 M ~~~ I t anli td ig. reli
iii~M tr &'tt~i^tIti:." tiihear
tually rheathediby Oxy
ver li ti orittlt Cant he~i urliu. Whyt?
AnTitr('t I otuuicuredit htundred hoftr
Intrtai &e, rout c-~~hent given over to~
ran alirfot ur. II.otrac ihtttico Co s .
t he' irdt pataes hat
I ts~~tIt'ti-td'lth Ifove r twotis ofItr
ItItu-il ~nui N t' he cases ao caused.~tr
genatd Air gaantee t uo if
TUF.TM V IRSMOD
or draw int loolttdn., wi t Ioftihatdwt
verr itryln o r pll~trce tttrafrtde
An r r lltlethi persont trit lbtled
wild pleasowiteor tt ae ~ o- paIOI
LT Ilis an., trto pan toastT(vT~A
itN oured Wxyes wAr.tn itithi tt
ran~ktalroet euo.ogiilt nes(t oi
IlCLWL N U.t) R. A t 'irAT0
1J Ast-etrl'hiladelph i twdipyf
EntLad the euro,~t of hsi'c (1,t
citaneerls and ator,
tak ehctroof tisn dao- n 'tac
ygonaother Air will
'rit tteatnty~s~tH pur, f tho bttlood inD
onte-rv dmaeat tr te . m
ht ieittt iu os eamnstyhleR, t.
tuu loms ~siiug llc to hof ug
ft~i~ti8 iSdo itetactve th juthe, bood
~~iOL the f as or t his fored befoto
S coplethoiery tnlenrofthart. Awls
~tO ll hinirtwke, 0 oretsv to. thli harkt
a cllto oninc myfrertds tht lunga,
andithe ort Oxy
eghtu 1t9. or
yotin ifyh b. d
611.ce U1AMPICN Is Ccmm-j(
of tihe lihole People,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, FOR
ALL AT THE
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS
N Dress Goods. Calicos, Bleached
Iand( Un bleached Mlusdins, Shawls,
1ri11s, Clo(ks,] lou lovard Skirts, Cor.
8(otA, Millinor-- Goods, Fiowers,
Bhl. lnetas, Panti Goods, Checked
I10on'iesiu, Boots and Shloes
of all kinds, Men's Hats
JUST OPENED FOR HOLIDAYS
A lot of Fancy Goods, suitabip for
.Fresh Fmnily Grocories, Cheese,
Macaroiii, Soal Candles, Starch,
Freinch ald Plain Candies, Cocoa
nmuts, Oranges, Northrern Apples,
Sugar and Soda Crackers, Lemons,
Caned Goods, Fire Crackers, Prize
Candy, Irish Potatoes for oating
purpsines, Tobacco,Cigars, Mackerel
&c., &c.,--all of which will bo sold
as low as tho lowest.
Agent for Butterick's roliablo
Paier Pattorns.--a supply of latest
styles for Ladios and Children, just
dec 21 J. 0. BOAG'S.
B Y authority invested in mec as tho
LEADER OF LOW PRICES
I do hereby summon and corummand all
persons in the County of Fai fi-ld, state
of South Carolina, to proceced at onceo to
the large and conmrodious establishment
of R. L. DANNENBERG, and there
elect and buy thm ir h6dl an.i Winter
rupply of D)ry Goods, Clothing, Boots
an5he. llaits andm Capsr, Tlaieis' and
Gents' Not ionr, &c. , anm bring with themn
their reandy change, that I mam~y give them
ali (hre bmeefitsi which I dlesire by b)uyinlg
mn y goods for Cashr.
IAnd it is further ordered, by my au
thority, that I must and shall comarete
with any house in may line, either in
Cha~rlestun, Columbhia or C~ha:rlotte. And
all persona farilinrg so, to do, will be ad
judged the (eemies of (Good Goods~ at
Lowv Pa'l0es. and paunishecd by going
elsewhmero and buying their goods.
And it is fuirthrer ordered that all those
who are indebted to rue, shall repair at
once to this plaeoc an d close their accounts.
All rhose failing to do so,will herenfter be
debarred from ever againr.receiving Credit
ait my H ouse.
Signed, rsealed anid d1eliv'ered, this 10th
day of Noveumber, 1870.
R. L Dannenberg.
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of tho Manufacturer on
"Tamn ANsoN IIARDY CUlTTINO M~Aen!NE~s
'ire the bese and chreapcest tow p~riced
machine made, and have a national rcpu
lation for utility mand durability. "- The
I uccirolyper, C'hienyio. Cu1rni y
T O No HARDY PALRanCrrnisb
far thme best machine which can be ob
tained for a less price than one hundred
lollars. It is of great strength. Theso
mra:hninecs have always taken tire highest
stand. It is tire only machine to which
is applied the Patent Movable Cutting
JBoardl. TIhis dlevice hnas- a repuitaticen of
itself: by it, the~ cutting board can be in
stantly3 anid accuraitely moved, so that a
perfect cut is insured, This is a very im
piortant point in tho marchine, and one
that is p)ossessed b~y no other. It greatly
reduces the labor of p)reparationi in work
ing thoe pmaper backward andl forward.
We cannot tqo strongly recounmend tho
advantages of this p~atent movable board.
It is worth the p~rico of this rmachine, andl
pmrchasers should fully understnd how
I ighly itis to he valued."--Geo. 1', Rorcef
& >.'s Newvspaper Rkerer ,aind Pre's'1j0'
Trun LATEST IMI'nOvED IIARDY CARD CUIT
T :n is pronrournced thre most desirable
Carrd Cutter in tire market, for the general
uises of a printing office.
.T'he well known Rtunorans Cann CUTTFn
with my iatest inmprovemuents. is still p~re-.
ferred Iry miany printers, and holds its
'ivoritismi over otheor smacines.
None gen~uine but those having my full
andress lotteoredi in the casting
*~rNewspap)ers in want of advertising
from tIrst parties should send for my
. 1F. A. hARDY,
A ub.:idale, Mass.
I will buy of those thtbyom,
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MMASTER & BRIE
Most respectfully request the
inspection of their cheap and
well selected stock of
goods, which they
offer as low as
any house in
Department Is full and completo in
RUFF'S, SILK TIES,
1landkerchiefs. Collars, Cuffs &c., in
great variety and at extremoly low prices.
Nice Dress Goods, colored and black
Alpaeas, at prices that defy competition.
Consisting of Brown Hlonespun, Chock
ed Ilomespiu, Denians, Tickings, Shirt
ings, &c., at prices to suit tho prio of
A splendid lot of Jeans and Cassimores,
Gents' and Boys Suits which they offer at
Whito and Red Flannels at selling
A FULL STOCK OF
Gents', Youths,' Boys' and Childrens
clothing of every description,
THEIR LINE OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods is complete in
Youths', Boys' and Children's Shoes in
great variety, and at u ideniably low
Department is full and complete, con
sisting of everything generally found in a
A NEW LOT OF
Good and cheap carpets just received.
Call and examine before buying
your goods elsewhere
McMASTr & BRI'E.
CONNOR & CHANDLER
'T0 TIIEIR NEW1 STuCK OF
Ladies' Garter Latches
U. G. IDESPORTES
CJONCEDED) to sell those Goods which
lie makes a specialty lower than any other
merchant in the city.
A fresh assortment of Christmias Goods
just at hand.
French and American Candies.
Nortljern Apples, Oranges, Cocoanuts,
A large assortment of foreign anid do
AT vERY LOW PRICES.
jfI,Call and examine,
WE have now completed one of
the best stocks of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
IN THE COUNTY.
We will not be undersold. Lot us
say, however, that our bet
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
sell thom lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL.
TO OUR COLOLED FRIENDS
As you have always put confi
dence in us, we will state that you
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even price.
No baits held out to any one.
TROn END OUS
LOW PRICES OF
R.F.mLeetch &, Coss.
13EST line of N otions in theo County.
Gonts' F~urnishing Goods of best quiality.
Bilanketfi ghawls and Boulevard Skirts,
at the lowest prices.
Special attention called to the largest and
best selected Stock of Kentucky
Jeans ever before offoredi
to the Fairfield
Ladies' trimmnred Hats in great variety,
The above goods will be Bold either at
Wholesale or Retail. 3
All goods offored low for CASH.
CALL AND SEE US.
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
R. F. Leetch & Co.
.oct 5 dijoining F Elder's
O~CTi?, I-I OU-rSEJ
JOHN D. MYcCARLEY,
Located next to Det~v & Co.'s store,
I AS recently bom~ refitted, and fur
nished wilth a full supply of choice
Liquors, Wines, Cigars etc., ete.
A RESTAURANT has boon opened in
the rear of the building, whore miay be
had at all times, everything usually kept
at a first-class establishmoent--such as
sters, Fish, Partridges, best, delica-.
o es, ete.,---indeed everything that the
most fastidious can desire.
ot GIVE ME A CALL.
HEundlersi ned would inform his
nueosfinsand patrons that he
aan still be found at the old stand with
hn unusually large stock of Goods,
ot 6 F. ELD