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The sunbeams are fading, tho noontide is tl
And thici elouds are a lading, the autumnal W
The wild wita! is rushing, thro' glen and i
thro' glade, hi
And the tree tops In crushing, o'er the forest B
The lightning is flashing, and kldlus the I
The rain-drops are splashing, eth moment
The thunder unending, sams quaking the a
And the clouds. in descending, to torrents h
give birth, it
The f orm god is raging, he moves all In
The eleinenats are waging, to bow in his 8
Sublino is his anger when viewe-I by the 0
'Tis the hand of our Father a type of the ti
What feelings of awe, in the bnsom ar ise, q
When we witness this war, of the qarth and b
the skies, b
And grateful each hour, to the ruler above, o
We quail 'netith His power, while we trust
In flil Love. FArNS.
The Bewitched Clock.
About half-past eleven o'clock on o
Sunday night, a human log, enveloped
in blue broadolot h, might have been
seon entering Cephas Barberry's kitch
en window. Ther leg was followed k
finally by the entire person of a lively p
yankee, attired in his sunday go to
meetin' clothes. It was in short, Joe
Maywed who was burglariuoly, in
the dead of night., won his way into ti
the deacons' kitchen. C'
'\Vonder how much the old deacon .1
made by orderin' ite not to darken t<
his duor again I soliquisod the young ti
mian. Promised him, I wouldn't but,
didn't say nothin' about winders. '
Winders li just as good as doors, if 1
there ain't no nails to tear your trow- 11
sers onto. Vonider if Sal'll come e,
down ? The critter promised me. p
I'm afraid to move hero, cause I C
might break my shin over sumthin, e
or another and wake the old folks. h
Cold enough to freeze a bear here, t
Oh, bere comnes Sally I"
Thb beautiful maiden descended Lj
with a pleasant smile, a tallow candle n
and a box of matches. After receiv
ing a rr.pturous greeting she made up
a roaring fire in the cooking stove, 1,
and the happy couple sat down to en- i
joy the sweet interchange of views r
and hopes. Bua the course of true a
love ran no smoother in old Barber- b3
ry's kitchen than it did elsewhere, and i
Joe, who was making up his mind to t
treat himself to a kiss, was startled -j
by the voice of the deacon, her father, ,
shouting from her chamber door
"Sally, what are you getting up in
the middle of the night for ?"
"Tell him it's most morning," whis.
"I can't tell a fib," said Sally.
"I'll make it a truth, then," said
Joe, and running to tho - huge old I
fashion clock that stood in the corner,
lie sat it at five.
"Look at the clock and tell me l
what time it is." oried the old gentle.
man up stairs.
"It's five by the clock," answered
Bally ; and corroborating the words,
the clock struok five.
The lovers sat down again and re- '
sumed the conversation. Suddenly I
the stair case began to creak, "Good
gracious l it's father." -
"Tfho deacon by thunder ;" cried
Joe ;"hide me 8al1"
"Where can I hide you 1" cried the I
"Oh, T know," said he, "I'll <
squeeze itnto the clock ease."~
And without another word he eon- I
conaled himself in the case and drew the
door behind him.
Thbe deacon was dressed, and sit- I
ting himself down by the cooking
stove,, pulled. outa his pipe, lightened ]
it, and cotmmenced smoking very de-.
likerately-atnd calmly. .
"Five o'olook eh ?" said ho. "Welli
I shall have time to smoke three or
fru pipes, then I'll go and feed thet
et'itters." "Hadn't yen better go
and food the critters first, sir, and
smoke afterwards ?" suggested the I
"No, smokin' clears my head and '
wakes mue up," answered the deacon,
who seemed not a whit disposed to e
harry his enjoyment.
went tho clock. . (
"Tormented lightning p'cried the
deacon, starting up, and dropping his
Pipe on the stove. "What in' - rea
tionus that ?' 1'. .
"It's only the clock striking Lye," C
said Sally tremulously.
Whis I dling I ding I ding I went the ~
eld ocok fursiu ly.'
"Powvers of mercy I." cried the ~
deacon. "Striking five F it's struck a
"Deacon Barberry 1" erid the den. -
eon's better-half, who had hastily robed (
herself and now came plunging down ~
the staircaise in the wiliest state of :
ahatm. "What is the matter with a
the clock 1
"Goodness only knows," replied the '
old nar,. "It's tbeen in the family P
theso hundred years and never did
know it to- carry on so before." a
ikir I bang i bang I bang F went
"It'll burst ibself P' crier? thre oldC
lady, shedding a flood of tears, "and .1
thorn won't he nothing loft of it."
"'It's bewitced," said the deseon,..
who retained a leaven of New England ,J
superstition in his nature. "Anyhow o1
he said, after a pause, advanclog reso- T
Iutoly toward the clock, "i'll see il
what's got into 'it 1"0
"Ohm, don't," criad the daughter, g
sffetonately selzingoneoof his ooat ni
tails, while his faithful wife hung to .b
"Don'tj"'choruseed both the women h
aol o i f ti
Bat the wotmen woild 0941etgo, so
,e deacon slipped off hisj coat, and
iila, frota the gudden -eoiaat( ,'
sistance, they fell heavily on the
or, be darted towards, and laid his
md on the door of the clockoase.
ut no Itstin power OU'ld op -.
e was holding it inside with a ath
asp. The deacon began to be
-eadfully frightened. lie ganb dhe'
ore tug. An unearthly yell,-as of
fiend in distress, came fronq thejrne.
de, and then the olockease pitbed'
)ad foremost on the floor, smashed
9 face and wrecked its proportions.
The current of kir extinguished the
ght- the deacon, the old lady and
illy fledup stairs, and Joe Maywed
Etricating himself from the 'CIO
feeted his retreat in the saiae way
tat he bad entered. The: neit day
11 Appletown was allie with the story
r how deacon- Barbeiry's clock had
en bewitched ; and though many
elieved its version, some, and esp e
ally Joe Mayweed, effected to dis
redit the wholeaffair, hinting that
te deacon had been trying the experi.
ent of tasting frozen cider, and that
levagaries of tho.olock 'ad1 isNg
nly Ia n d*stomporki i g!"itbn.
Vice in the Far -Wcst.
The editor of the Kansas City Bi.
tin. in conpany with a party '
lice, has been interviewing, a vile
Ad notorious den in that city," called
Phe A bbev." Hear li ~c
It is, knovr *a'a pOpn retr
eo desperadoes and courtesans of the
ty, whero they, caronse, --_-drink and
it, shoot and rob to their hearis' coni
nlt, unmolested by the au1irity f
to city police.
1t wa4 night. The robbery of a
exan had been atccossrill/y consum.
ited, and the fancy, with their Friends
ad met, to hold bigh carnival over the
cape of the criminal. As we ip
roach the accrsed #pot we heard
-ies of "Murder, murder f" shriek of
omen curses anl groniia that we'ry
arrifying, r.ingled with son:d1 of olli
r, revelry and music. Apprnndehing
oser, we found revoalad to sight .in
te dim gloom of the night one of the
most revoting sights we havemyp r sen.
yig in ieps, in holes *rd in the ra
ere human forms of both sexes "lest.
driink," cersing and .maping
ilde in t.he middle of the WVesiptaC
Mu a deadly struiggle was goitig oil-;
party of minuriate.h women, naddened
y drink, were fightinig anl rcreamninig
i the grasp of "beings in'the: form' of
Wen." 8,me had razors, others knives.
'lie blood was aflowiig freely, arr1. the
round was strewn with articl % of drss
ats, chignons, ribbons, jewelryV. and
reapons. The advent of the police
inde a temporary cessation of the mork
Passing into the "Abbey" we fonnO
long frame building in.the rear, lied
mith a strange and notley"-rowd.
n the centre of the floor were liffrties of
)en and wotnen in the lowest grade or
ice, dencing in one drunken medley.
Iere we found a hot-bed or crim'- -a
andenonium. We turned and left.'
ArMoST A FIonT.--UriT-StreATES
!TAM. PA.YuoUrn PtVit _t A- I
'RENCII VESS~. oF W All.-JWASBIIING
ON, October 17.-.A letter from on
oard the Unitedl States steamer Ply.
notith, in the -English Channel, dated
he latter part of Septemnber, and just
eceived here, says:.
.We passed a large number of viessels
his afternoon, and among them a
1'renchman of our sirze passedt ngs gomng
mt. We showed our flag and hie kept
in for abont a .mile,. when suspecomvg
hat all wvas not 'right, hie cime 'after
ms full tilt. We wvent to gjnartere, anyl
oaded thme guns and waited fore him
o come up. We jogged along at our
isnal rateof speed/siggdess, aht4 tihe
!'renlch afler us with his ee B theiir
paarters. We '-cana uit 4 star
moard quat ter, and as we thought he
ntended platting a shlot acrossq oui- bows
ve lowere51,the plyt p0orty ltJam P
lhe Il in.ch sun, 'ghen te' b6eed 'e,
nd went awny. '
[ We fivid bf the s Na vy..Regi tr 8
lhe United StateR that thle Ply mouth is
t.hird class serow frigate of 1,122 tons
nd carrying t welve guns. She is
ttache'd to the European fleet, now
ommanided by Rear Admiral Oliver
I. 3lisson. The Frenchl vessehijt,
oubt had mistaken the Plymolgth:,sr
lerman vesse!.-Baltimot '4z ajge
IIANKS AND BacrrjDaa.--Gen.
3reckinridge and G*M, nks' met the
tiler day at th~e Bhirpet'4Ionse, mn Cin.
Innatti. Tihe two llti 'not met, for tein
ears. They 94kni members of
longress togeflber fifteen years ago.
'hey are old frie'nds. One' wore the
Ine, the othiir thbe gray. Both were
miders inl the great civ~i war, but on
pposiig .sides. They met, aft'er all
ic vicmssimudes of thie last dee.,,e or
ially, 'and Banike Is: nrbr"L ig.
>n, the gulest of BrEekinridge.. The*
lustr'at'omis aspleasant, as it iqnga'
|,rnetive, and oa4ihbtl9 shov;:tif red.
os chaps thtjthere is not nearly so
mnch fire and brimstone among sensible
euple as they thirik: Ge.la -~
maw.et ami-abW and srecontpisI(drl i
na mot libe'rlpoinnt
[Perhaps ho may besnmlh ottsi~o
ongres. Qertamly leio
CoMNT8' 0P' TFWE ENOLuIsEPiws
-Lonidon, Oct., 1 r5--The. ~i
Lourtlals are teem ing with ' enlogiat
>ltuary'- u~tiees of ('en; Lek. "'-ndhe
limEs thi~s morning Col. FrawaunatbepoF.
e Guards, goes so for as to ay. the
Ily blot upon. tlie reptation of -the
'esat cobaemander,,wh e e% 'J sp a
hilatioma of th gOQth m~yef~tr titt
it tie of lb'rederiesburgi -abieift lhe
tributedl to thle fact tbat ihIbaseni di.
amanity overpowefed th iftdhet
bread put up for -'47%ierioan market
11 1mith A1iq ra i'ms 1H
Frodai Np. 8'to No. 100 iyql.t b:
for JHand, and MachinA
SOUTH BETilHEtR PA.
rOUNsDi BY 11ON. AsAjPACKCaq!,
Thieooutse Is of Fotr' Years. two in the
Fist and seontI .olmesere' andl-awo inone of
itli following Tetchnical Schools : 1, Genir.
al Liiedlde'; 24h Engieer ;8, A
chaniat Engin~etiny.' 4, Mining ~ad Meitl.
lur..; 5, d.oalytieal ChiniFry. .
Th'oe-l srnarka~bletror its pr' ale,
good water health'and beauty of..aoenor'y
sbut8-14 hours bf rail frdui'Ne* York
abd 2 1-2 from 'hiladelphia The fine
buildings and liberAl avrangenlents for in
atruetion ormmend it to .pirents and stu.
dentw. 'Apply to the Presvilent. 8t u'desu
Sewing Machines.- Agents Wantedi'-'
Stilary -1O,000 Pir yo'r. n'irouier and
samplesof *ork , free. Addtess . C.ry ital
8 wing.Siachitidicogsnestoh, bless. , 3
A DAY FOR ALL.-- teneil Tool
dm 640 Blro a T. re
ROYAL IAVANA LOTTERY.
Prizqs9A.el and,iti ormation fu |s e4
by G EQ Q UP'iAM,W idence. IVJ1
M0 CENTS TO $6 'ER ETENING AT 11ONS.
We are prepared to furnish profitable
employmept tp tlen Vindl Women In h lel%
honeu. - Ong perp*i lP delh loonattJO
tlhroughout the United States, can engage
in this business at grealt wares. We sendi,
free. full particulara and a valuable sample,
which will do to commence work on. Any
p'erson seeing t~i, bhi tblife rons pr.
fitable, permanent work, shonid send us
their address, withot. delay.
E. C. ALLIEN & CO, Augusta, Maine.
AVOID QU.\CK.-'A 'iclim of early in
discretion. causting nervous debility. pre
nhlur.. decny, &o., having tried in vain
evcry advertisedl remedy. has a simple
menus of self-culture. which lie will Prud)
Tre I aOi o 6nW dre% V.tF
PUREWP., MEDICAL CORDaI A 1
GREaAN' GRE R A N' BTT'ES
a'o an ,o a itith oshudrm
GREPAT' .R&GERMAN BERUERS
Is opo ed o the pueso th : e
1Jtor natd w. ithe al ulens p ea. tha
rare iiilt o a y
arandtio foril th e ou loil et
dyspfesla, % frofaitfe'de of ac
and Digp tiLed of anhe 'Ner ia - ~cl~oe
birelitybe r~,i~tkansd.ipptjhe l
c ier k Claib~t, Genet~ a ure
l~earti~i fr~n th c A--o
Will 'i! t f&T~4 A h~"I
SITTER.'S the hist t6fd10 airo t i e'diu
whorew a g Mse d7arcommend
lesars. Jaqobb.ippman A. s, 8avanh,
00*ME asywe)hfero mes your esteented
I ~tter of.bhe 1dth int,,ocntaii.a Various
t posnen a rel~atlw ~ ~ or ~ ~ n Dilt
opnafesa-htti ydmr Bittet* he - 'l1 -1Idt
yohlt-eilett'tis to be, itbo1 Germahi
pepdia, engral debility and netVd ( .
es-nldahood 1fetMiki1t 'il jng f g
I'dn*d b N liIy ' I p -r
thatitxi itE irar'
a ltis; J'ret-o niyg gA~d eg
OJAile%, n &83ttes W 'fT tt I8 I
"' may lg' E -m * -XI q e zu.
~ dent6 Mil' nsboro 3iEl - ,
'0 Yiroa6 August 1oth, 188.
Allow me to'call your itat io to my
1re paratiott of Comtgonnd Extfact
The1mpohnt pqrt.Are BUCH U,. LONG
. ,hIoba .It J'axKP4VATto.-Btecha, In YU.
.iuni er Derried, by distillation, to
'rm a fid gin. Cuheba extracted by dia.
p aeement b.h nplrits obtainet. Iroin juni.
ptr, 1tArries; very little pSugar is tised. and
a small proportion of spirit. It Ir monre
palatable than any naw in tle.
.Buohu. as prephi-ed 'by b'uggists, is of a
dark color. -to In a plant that enius it%
fragrance; the notion of a flame dehiroys
this (its amtive principle), leaving a dark
and glulinous decoction.. - M Ie is the color
of inredicnte. The Phulau in my prepaora.
tioti pfedominates; the 'smallest quantity of
the other Ingredients are kdded, to prevent
.fermentation , upon in'speotion, lt; will be
found not to be a Tiqepure, af ann4e in
,Pharmncope, no.r Is I a ,Syrpp-apd
therefore can be aied in omse whiere fever
9r iiflaniation oxist. In thi, youd'have
lie knowledge of the ingredlehu'- -aid Wbe
mtdt of preparetioi,.
Hoping thal-you will favor it with a tri.
Al aid that upon- inspection it will nmeet
with, our approbatIoq4 , -
ith a feeling of. otidhenee.
I avn, very respeciifully,
.'T, lilElat ilotD
'Vtemitsf "ni lDltsggtmt,
'f 10 Tears' Experience.
[Vrom the targest Manufaoturing (hem
lat in tohe World.]
Novannn, 4, 184,
"I am acqttainted with lir, fi. 7. NIrs.
nomn - he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence. and was sueicesLs(il in con
ducting the business where thebrs hal not
been eqUally so befo # iMa. I have been
fvterably impressed with his chatdeer and
WILLIA \I WIIGHTMAN,
Firm, of Powers s 0 eightnmn,
Ninth *ad Drown striels, Phladelps.
NIembold's Flmid Extract Suchi
la tfe great specific for UnIversa1 LasuituuJp
Th c~~ ontiin once affected witha Or
gftnlo Weakness, requires the aid of tledi.
14ime to mtre h dnei o ti hp my.
CHU invarinbly does.- If no treniment Is
sabmitted te', Consuamption or Inniily e,.
Ifu affections peen~lar to Vemke.' I., tum
equalled isy auny other. . Prparto0,,.;Relit
OlorosIg, et Kaentiogy, Pe~t.1,mness, op
Su salonof Cusltiary I'vaountions,
d! &hriobrth$ Saie of tfme' Ufteitte
aa compluntes - neident 'Io the- sex, oi
I e decline ow change. of lit..
lIcInitoId's FIad 2:b04 Bauthusan
* npNvfd 80805euh
1,11sI ln ewtentinhte romt Vhe 4 if yrn
dseases arising'-rom hasbib of di~hij af184
a~ lktre espeace, Uile er o change n diet
the6s dieae.: 1 a-0
'Mae ehwbeldFid Eirvac6.Ru
Jn dwll diseaedw of th'eee ts, whieth'e
psiea a. 9**sie of frate', Pon' whateVet,
fflti*,9ri inst jags and'.o -matter of how
logs o.,I pleasant, in taste and
9dow, 'amediate' in sotiety and more
etrt..hM*b thea any of tido preparations
pt Dark er 1rbw
fio~s Purab7e.dows or
-a Tt r :--; m.s y . a' n t, eov
maht be the asiek ' of the abovb'di&
-- f4b se-as4ed1y-hatel
59v4a ay a6Ivesa MMid
n ddOeli 9 ~ ehm
-A -xJ 484.Brosdway1 eler56th.
S e i j(a ,.51t.? Ai',V* et
AL M AM A3A A.2 Al.
A A"iTliCAN HEAfE'i
-ES4)RER,- purifies thp blood
ud Otqe. Sorofrpfla, $ypbllis, Skin Dis
st RhJ1 sie, psenlses of Wo.
l ,an' ln Affections of the
BoLiie'r n d XId e.Recom
metdel-by IhU MediAll Ifultycond
Naty thousands of our best oitisens,
, Kg4 tihe test1Jmony;of 'hysiolspv And
lpegsjwikq 1txre used Kosadalis; send
our Rosalni Is Guide to lealth Book
,S Alma OV 'for Iis' year, which we
publish fok grdtilious distribution I It
will give yo In ch valuable informs.
Sr.,R, ,W .Varr,.of Baltimore, sa.,.
take plasure in rvcomnueuding your
Uouadall a a very powerful alterative.
I have seen it 4sed in two a-es with
happy reautisi--One ti a case of second.
ary Oyphille,.in which the patient pro.
opced, himself cured after having
taken five bqttles of your medicine.
The other I. a catie or scrofila of long
standing, which is rapidly inpqnoving
under its use,'and the indications are
that the patient will soon rocotcr. I
hItl careflilly . exanined the formula
A ny which your Ilosadalis 1. made. amid
qnd it and exoelldni compound of alter
Dr: 8parks, of Niebolosville, !y,
Pays he has used liosadis In cases of
Scroful, and Secondary Syphilis with
satisfactory results--as a cleanser of
the Olood I know no better eredy.
sauluel 0. MeIFdden,Martreesboro/
.I Ja uTed even bot I les of Rosadal.
jig, m9d am eptirely cpred of flhenna
tisom 'i1 id me four bot les, as I wish i
dor flij brthblei', ithihai srofulof-us sure
Injamin Beltti, of Lima, Ohio,
writes, I iove sugtfered for twenty years
wj~ :an- ingeterato eruiption over my
wholo'body'; a short timeo since I pur.
chased a bottle of 11osadalis and it ef.
feaiaa pertect cure,
Rosadilis is Said by al d 8ggists,
Laboratory, 01 Exchange Place, Bal.
tinore. lDst, CLEMUI'NT & CO.,
may .19-ly Propi ietors.
Oity-five Frft Prize 19edals AWarded.
MA NUFA CTOR Y
.mI Knabe a Co.
itANIJFACTUhi ila Or
R 1D SA1IE RF, D IfPf" GHT
P I A N 0 -.'1 O JY E S,
These Instrumenti lave been before the
publio for nearly Thirty Years. and upon
jcrtelt eielleuee alone atinend an nnpur.
cased pre-eamlence, which pronounces
them.unequalled. Their -
cogpikinef gten#t power, sweetness and fine
iligipg qrallity, as, well as great purity of
!atonlatich and Sweetness throughout the
entire soale. Their
is llan* anda4 tio, and entle sly free from
Itibeetifaedi fonnd in so matfy Fianda
I, U Workmnship .
tey tr unequalled, using but the verg
best SHAmean 59A'UKArL, the lsge capital
einployed in our businese enabling as to
keep continually an immense stbok of lum
ber, &. , on hand.
M our SoAews FMmov have oyr
Ne*t Inproved Oventrung Seale and the
MW We would call spediot attemtion to
ohr late itm evements in aRAID7 rIANOS
ah 8QVf'E GIANg , f"Piva, potar
Y W. 104 which bring the P'atno neare'v per
feat ion tha h'as yet been aptf a,te.
Erery P'iano Putty Warvvwrterfor 6 rear.
W aemade arrangements for the Sorsx
FAttLit . ORGANS AND. afimIiOCIONS,
whaoh we ofer, WVolbsale: said Retail, at
Legrn. Faetryr Psler
, W A . l B & CO.,
seat' 18.-Orib ' Balti-more, Mci.
%rOOD .U NTUR~E!
IJ81 ejived dlirect frem trhebest facto.
risof. N lg p ntn Consist.
8nfas, Dbvrwmr, rier Cilvns.8ani, &o;
Dced Steads ad C.hairs of Ifteen dhifferent
giueder egl Wem,1rphes. Saloon .Tuisa apd
everything ;usua ly kept In the' P urnittu,
Lieo. whieh we jaokae to sellsinu
sdt. 8,/ N MolTR. C
CO)TTONI GINSV&. c
Gallett/s Patent-Steel Brusih
H1318 Oeiibratec Gin ean be seen at. work
t ~wty Pst fiet. f t he ,8tale. .Price,
Coto- cnFedors---p'reventinag any
herti sbbfanowsmferhi; the Gbagpreotoia$
~ho pus froraiojing. an5 rb5i4fo
fiew i ~ a* to ' e of G'.
9 W'c' affow *ese-irVno 726. Pea
body' Oo tokr Beed FIalerk-triet$
hutchnson's 0.id46 s----Ptioce $25: On
heom, Patent.BIroa.ossi Eeed-5owerg, tet
&hetrt aanj,ymi feelb ,rIcea $Al And
If Jfm %9 fl or l eruqn, for
E~actors Cna. Wmmission
'(Ir' hTr w,,
bue t drc 4! tSam
Litt4it (ul(16k11o8l of
CiHARLISTON, S. C,
.orreoted Wokly li
broker, No. 25 Broad St.
October 14, 1870.
15tu~M e bUi-ra iS'9 ; oUt i: CnG411 a,13
9iO; du, etV,-@80 do, detieter44
utok, ex int- 080 .1
RAsIWcatO sToeds-Char~lo ; Columbia
and Augusta,-4>46: Or enivill' and Co
lumbia. 2; Northeasiern. 96@; Sa
va1nnah and Charleston, 85; Soslh Carolina,
(whole shares) 45; do., (half do) 22.
8OUTM 0AROLINA ANM 01Wk.,
*nuik of Charlesto ,- -
*fank of Nbwberry, -(a)
Bank of Camden,- 6o @
Bank of Georgetown, -7
Bank of South Carolina, I --4
lank of Chester, 8 --
flank (if Hamburg, I)@
Bank of State of 8. V. prior to 1R8f, (2@iy
Bank of State 6f 8. C. Issue 1861
niad 1862, 42@
*Planters' and Mechalocm' Bank
*Fleople's Bank of Clantleston, ---
*Union Bank of Charleston --
Southwestern R R Bank, !;harlesa
ton, (old) --
Southwestern H It Dank, Charles
State Jk of Chitleston, -
Farmers' and Esohunge Baik of
Exh~ange llnk of colnabl, 5
Consweretni [Unnt of Columbia, (4
Merchant's BAank-of Cheraot --
Planters' Bank of Fairfield, d ,.
Slate of S. 0, Bills lteceivable,' Par
City of Charleston Change Bille, pai
*Ihlls toarked thr.. (4) are being redeem
ed at. the Bank Couniers of eesh.
P. P. TOALr
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
g fIAtrgest. and most coruleto) -
UXv- Manufactory of Doors, Sa sh- Ios
es, Bibidt, Mouldings, &c., f 'os
gg I.in the Southern States. ) -
hrinted Price List Dfica Contpelilion.
fty- SEND F03 ONE. -1a
&W- Sent free on aplication _*A
The Last Seisation -
JUST received a fresh suphly 4 FinA
. Durham Sroking Tobaeco, Cannec
OystasnShrimps, Pickles, Staraelv ofe,
Sugar, Lard, Casee, Table Srilt, Finor Soup,
Liverpool Saft, Cheese, Canre, 'Shoes,
Crockery, Tinware, iolases. tatioitnry,
Hardware. Dr7 Ooods, &e, whilr wre nffer
low far tnah. J. M C NTYR tE & CO.
Charlotte, Coluranih and Agus.
CoLMExAa,. Dec 271 P86.9.
T II foinn Passewer 8eedGte *111
go ito ffec onthi Rea ongndafter
Thuredaty, Septembher 1at..
Leave Augosrn, at f.00 a rn
"Columbia. 8. C., at 11.90 a m
4 -Winetshoro, 1.6'
Arrive 'at Chanrlotig.' ~.'O. ''" p$ n
Making clos e ohkheetiOns Mi Trains 01
Norths Casolia Bord for afl point. North
,90u 1NG sUTH1.
LeatveSChrl otte, N. C, gt 8.20a n
a Wiw~hoe,, 2.6'p m
" Columbia ' : , - .L5*p m
Arrvs at Augustsi 7 50 p m
Making close connetions with Trains of
Central and OGeriri Itnihk~ads for Savan
nah4 and all pointus in Florida, Macon, Co.
Teumbqu', Mn nma1J, Mpbile.~, Ot~tnss,
Selma, Clhat tanooga, igemphis, Nashviale,
Louisville, t'incianati, St. Louis, and all
points South and Wesit.
Pailace8cetping Cars on All Niglet'Pr54nS.
Throtdgh Ti-ekets sold, and Baggago ebeokedl
to all'principal points,
Pgssengers 5b7 tis rot geing
Nori, have choice of tee ii rent Pout es.
C. IIOUKNIlIIT,' Rpi itend en1.
E. R. DotoMkt, OestnltigM and Tiek
et Agent. sept 8
Bed Top, ,
Yellow .A rdoesr,
Large White Norfolh,
- L~arge White Glo8b.
Fresfy uvnd genuine, wheolesale and retail,
KE 1% IN, Me1MAST Eft & BRICE
, jly.__ __
tff frm of Gooding,. Stsiart & Co., is
this Clay, dlissoIted by ,anttual cnnsent
We remqammend to the ublin Mr. G. A.
White, whib'hys roStdd ouk Bankery and Irii
A F, 000PINGi
July 211, 18,70.
'Vhe \ndlel'sigtte~d hiak ohiivge of! the Dooks
an.t'Adoetmf s, -at wiholose up the ' busl+
9. f v A. V. OpI~Q~ ,,
N H hi ?Clink t 8, 0,r
*Piotncak of ntoy.....wiah' .ras so 2.
Fertilizer's Fertilizers I
1tAVING secuted the Agency for Fair
field Coitnty for the folluo ing Feriili.
Spluble Paciftc Guano,
Haugh's Rlnw Hone Super-l'hsphate,
hoijetis' 81iper Phesphate,
Compound Acid Phosphate of Lime, for
composting with cot ton seed ;
Ac4' Ztl'd Aibmoniated lBoe Super.
Ssill now p'eptred to supply my friemly
with any of the nbovo 4s low as 1he sano
can he purchased in any other mar
ket with Freight atd Draynge added. Call
at My store and get cireulars descriptive of
their reupective meriti.
JNO. II. CATIICA RT.
feb 1, 1870
Y virtue of nut hotity conferred tipin m,;
. by the will of Unvid Milling, densel,
Ite will oler for sale to the highest boiddel'
at public auction, before the *tourt liouse,
in Winnshoro, on the Ist Alonday in I,
vembor next, the two following iracts (f
land belonging I- the tstate of the deceCas
ed. to-wit s the Jackson Creek Place, con
tainirg fonr hundred und twemyiihrev
Neres more or less, sit tunie in Fait fieldl CotT
ty, and bounded by lands of J. M. Lenmot,
P. linatings, Estate of Thes. Stiti, dee'd.,
and others ; also (lie Bue% head P14o, conl
.taiig inte hundred acres more or less,
shiuate in Fairfield Ct'mnty, and bounded by
lands of Moses Clowney, Mrs. t. J. Cole,
man. J. C Fenster, Estates of J. I. Means,
de'd., of John Brice, dec'd.. nnd othiers.
"Tho latter pice Will be divided into two
tracts each containing tahout four hundred
anti fiftf acres which will he sold sepnrsate
ly ; oie of said tracts being known as th
Andrew Vongue Place. an1d the other na t lie
Quarter Pineo. On the Andrew Vmovigas
Place there is n gin houso and screw.
'1 rits :--Oe1-third cash ; for i.o bial
ance a credit of one and two years. Pet
chiasers to give bond secured by a Mort
gage of the premises, and to pay for n!l
necessary papers and revenue stamps,
WM%. A. MI5LLING,
TIOS. If MILLINGf,
oct 11-tx]wfd Exiectorg,
VINEG.R BITTEM9, Ext. Gentian, Ca
yenne Pepper, Tarrant's Aperlent Opodel
doc, Worm Confection, Strong's Pills,
McLane's Pills, flosadalis, Thompson's Eye
Water, Nux Vomica.
llnrsford's .Baking Powder, Royal Bak-ing
Powder, Alcohol. Poash, Extract Vanilla,
Corn Sintch, Toilet Powders, flair Dye,
Jrst receivel by
KETCIN, McMASTER & BRICE
Aromatic Stomadh Bitters,
LOT of Aronintic Schiedam Schnipp8,
.Aa certain cure for C-hillq. 'rry a bottle,
you will not regret it. Call at
oct 13 I. W. DESPOfLTES.
NlY custoners and
ftietnis will find mue at
ltughlin's Old Stanid.
nenr the fats"engetr De
pot, where f anm prepar
ell ro do all kind of Smit h and Wagon
Work Regnirs on Buggies and ('arringes
neatly ceeute-f W. Ht DUVA.
EST ABLISHED 185f9.
pi lLSPECTFULLjY in
forim thie citizens of
I ansthorno and FJair'field District, that I
lhnve a fitl- assortment of WIatchns. .iewely,
Cloeks, Spectacles &c., always on han,
ant will sell at the kwest prices, nnd would
restaeo fully ask ,the continuance of I h~s
patrontage of my oid friends and ctustomuers.
All goods warra nted as reptrestted. I amn
preparedt to-do all kind of Watch and JeW.
edry pork and htave always a good took of
material on hand. annd w'ill gutarantee satis
fact ion. -All work warrant ed.
Second door from Col. Rion's Otli'o,
api 80 .
CI. Kerrison, Jr. W. *. Axson. C. Wagner,
t I istille Exoelsior Plows,.
r.1H if8r 1r0Uoii18 nre' made of either
L cast-ston or steel, nn d ar thle biest and
cheapet in tthe martket. Send for pice
ist, .Also; Amne's andi othei P'loutghs of ai
prcsandl iescriptions. Corn Hiullevr,
St ra'#Ot iers,'&c.' Also alwa.ys on hand,
- I~ore'i M. Y, Plot.A at'$3 Each.
4full Stook, 6t Planter's and Blidher's
Hlatdware, cgnsbtting ini part of Elwell's
anad Ifrsdeu flroes, Sl des, 1-race Chains,
Auels and -Nails 61 wairrant ed quality, Gunns,
h te' af #1 e iso Kei gp
C. -RPEIR MSON,- Jr., & CO.,
240 Kh1? St.,(~Siga of the Rig A xe,)
bet Ga Charleston, S. C.
I.NATS1OR O, S, (I.
M. La. B o
HiifrNG Jntdt returnmed' from New York,
.1nclls up on lis fri'ends anid t he cit izenfw
of Fairfield to.. cyaynineo hie Stock befort
nkiug tfre' y rehnes.
lIs'altackPs lerge, elegant and ivarled,
and..will ihe tfer9pd;at such prices anjtfo en
8turo sale, anti full satisfaction to customners.
'Po those persons abot to nako tip ther
f'all serpply and pourohnase for cash, I wonal
say, give me in til you will once moro be
1bonvince ihat at Wolfe's, you will get the
best goo4 aid, thie greatest vate for you'
nuiirey.' ur stock as uitetal
Dry, upodsrernd Fancy Staple,
n Clothg d tegrevariety,
Bo~ots and Shoes and Hats,
'rGent's FunIshihng Goods,
Ladies Cloaks and Shuawls,
Call and bring .ar9A'riB, thie Now'
Store, Just northt 6f \lo,,uly's grocery store-.
A few. 3' plyj&. and 6 inch . ubber . ill'
)ng~at any~fapturors prices..