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Letter Ieadu. aud Envelopes, print
ed at this office.
Cards and(Gikulars neatly eieod.
od at this offic,
Posters and every other kind of
Job' Worl, done at this office. No
excuse .togo to Now.York.
Land for Sal -f. A. Gaillard.
Just Rteelved-D, R. Flenniken.
A lot of Nice Thin:gs at A. P. Mil
ler's. All lovers of good thigs can
find t hon at A . P. Mi llers.
TO Reit- P. iiknls.
We Ilrear from a gentleman from
Ch;i lestoi thatt Mr. J G. BosI.", Of
R:dye way, caewi i n of gettlifg
(lie bay horsc at the grandI Tourna
ment t:hat took place during Fair
week in that eity.
We are pf-ed to 1e-1 rn that each
day during the F.tir, no exra train If
oars will leave in the morning, and
return froni Columbia in the evening ;
obly-ona fare beinglcharged. Tick-ts
are good intil Sunla y, 2th.
Large M est atAes.
We return our sincere thanks to Mr.
Adfii rerfi a''mfss 'or two of
very file Swdet Pot.,toes-the large'st
w7e have s(e ihis senAon ; sonAe of
thein mensurin., fiftet.u i itcht iii cir
cindereite, and weliglktng two and a
half lioin.d.. W110 --") heat themi
.Me aere the recipiets yerterdtiy
of A aisipih of fine Chewing Tubaeco,
from Me s s. Me[iityre & Co. It is
of Ll ;raoe'a" I and, ind is. reilly I
good artilcio. To all chewi-t of the
wced, we wduld repectfu ly recoim
mend this bra d. Go an1d get som6.
'suirio'' As04SOCiat to.
The -an'ual convention of "Tne
Sui;vivor,' Assouiafi-)i of the Sta'te of
suUth Camiina," will be held at
Columbilt, on the second Tliur.day of
Qvember, inst., during the State
An Oration is to be delivered by
General John S. Preston.
Each Di.tret A.ssociation is entitled
to send five delegates to the annual
Preialuiinm Awarded at -the
. Las Tlhui'sday and Friday the long
expected County Fai came off, and
andtwe must say that it surpassed the
expectations of eveiv oeri. The stock
wasexhibited inO the lot owned by
Dr. T,. B1. ladden. This exhibition
was very tine .indeed; magniiticenit
thoroughhtyod hiorseM, beautiful eattie,
'hogs, e~p,swupig, foiih, &e., wavre ou
exhibition. Many of the hurs~es,and
ef thewmules,. we are glad to esay,
ie' home raised.
.'Iwo mjscellaneous articles were ex
bibited in the Thesr.ian Ifall. 11, was
the spa spigdid~isplaygof fancy ar
tieles we have ever seon on exhiibition
inki'pieo.The beautif~ul quilts,
comnterpanes, baby A resses, bonniets,
hoods, sha wls, gloves, pr'inting, paint.
ings, preser ves, jams, jellies, wines,
.&o.; the handi work of our lair sex,
deserve the ahilghest coimueudationas. -
TAkere were also en exhibition some
veyfine perfninei-y mnade by one of our
A rnggists. A colored imman exhibited
a cottd~u stailk, 'shidI to contain several
hundred bols.' There were a great
many other articles en exhibition
which #@ 9 8poken of byLhae dif
ferent corn nittecs.
The most interesting exhibition we
saw, though, was Mr. D. Flentikeni's
happy family, in tkiing bird and eat
* in the'samne age.
We -would suggest'td dur Agriectl
pral'80'clety, the propriety of' pur
chasing a large lot in or near town, on
~hiel they oitn'build a spacious house
for the -exhiibition of miscellaneous
artiles; anid w~htre stock cau be blhio
to advantage, alto a track, where the
speed of thoroughb d huriacs can be
tes.ted. "' ''
The followinug is a list of awards
made to the most successful compet
itors at last week'n Fair:
Tllst bale' eo!ior, ,Dr. WV. E. A i
BeIlct butshel qorna, with a few ears,
tV ,.es(peat, G. B. MqCants.
JR'st hiushel sweet potatoes, RL. S.
BesoStion .'. ilig
Best sadd P8 D. A ken.
Jot.,single harness .hoase, TP. A.
Ro~berts. g ai
Best -.ut Carolina raised mules,
8. II. Stev~ igp
.'.2d beLt"..H b.
2d be.,t brood maro and colt, U. 11.
2d best saddle horse, N. C. llobert..
"2d best siugle hrness horso, W. A.
Jest Colt 1 year old, Theo. D. Brat
Best colt 2 years old, A; P. Irby.
Best I-oney of any age, Robt. Lem
Best iarness horse, County raised,
W. A. Cook. .
Bost jack, 11. C. Davil.
]test mule colt, 1 year old, S. 11.
l3oet mule colt 2 years old, S. I.
BeAt pair huo raised mules, S. II.
Bot brood mare and colt, S. 11.
lie: t, pair horses, open to the world,
I. E. Ellison, jr.
C *'. T 1.E.
130st buill, Mo.cs Clowney.
Best inilch cow, W. 1). Aiken.
Best 3Oko of oxen, 11. C. Davis.
llest buck, I. E,. Hllis.n, Sr.
Best pair.owes, R. 14. Elison, Sr.
Best b),ar, Mliuse Eghlston.
Best s4)V, S. 13. Clowney.
Bist sow and pigs, W. W. Ketohin,
Best side or leather, made in Coun
ty, 0. I. 'T'hompson.
He.-t quilt, Mrs. 11. Fraser.
Best woolen counterpane, Mrs. M.
B.st eoton counterpane, Mrs. J. C.
Best ch ids dress, Mirs. M. 1II.ll.
liest speoimena iu this department,
by girl 14 years old, Miss Belle Good
Be-st pair cotton socks, Mils Jeni
mai~ S nit bi.
Be-t infants cap, Mrs. Brackett and
llent toilet mats, Mi aMaggio ion.
Kess. crochet t work, 1Mrs. Brackett.
Wist under vest, M rs. V. M. D wvight.
110USIrhI '1. InEPA RTMENT,'
B3-st jar lard, M--s. W. 1. Aiken.
Bast jair butter, Mr,. A. P Irby.
Best domestic soap, Mrs. Sarah Me
let loaf bred, Mrs. J. W. Shaw.
Best pre.erves, Mrs. W. H. Aiken.
IMt jvlly, Mrs. S. It. Clowney.
Best Pickle<, Mrs. T. R. Center.
east grape wine, ,Mrs. M. ILIl.
Best cordniai, M.s. W. S. Rabb.
Best pair fowls, J. S. Stewart.
2d best pair fowls, It. . Ehllison.
Best pair turkeys, Mrs. S. B. Clow.
2d be.t pair turkeys, W. W. Brice.
Bat pair ducks, W 1. D vight.
24 besat pair ducks, Gale Aiken.
Honoiab!e mention was also inde.
of jelly made by Mrs. A. P. Irbv.
Ipbroiery on broad cloth by Mi
VaryThompton, also of a buck en
teled by Mr. D.ivid Campbell.
Over three hundred dollars worth
F'ollowi ng de IIOsses.
It.seeins a purt of the programme for
eojh'newly elected Senator and Leg
isljator to visit Uolumnbia and receive
eorgatutlat.icns or- 131s friends-and
nmone are truer or mocre superciliously
polite thnan the a'pirants for Congres
A genuine "gemploman" arrived
last week, and was cbaperoned by an
expert through the Capitol ; and af
ter his wondler had subsided the new
ly elect said "I tot (thought) the
legialater house was like our meeting
house wid a pulpit, and wc was de
"Oh, no !" replied the wise one,
;'you will sit and vote. Netwbery
elet-Vote ! Why, I tot all ob de
voten was ober ?"
Wise One-Not by a d--d sight
but by the way who are you going to
vote for 1
Newly Elect-*-Vote for!i Why,
rs'e done voen."
Wise One-No you gre not
* Newry Elect---" Well1, den, I'll vote
like de Pospes I I"
These are fbits.
Life or Chnaries Dickens.
.aDr.'- Mackenzie's Life of Charles
Di)g la* haivi~ng an''immensei sil.
idnge'en' pblished but two months
Tit 'di6 pubilisbors sriaounce the
nou,. edition. 'It is only sold by sub
scription, and a canvasser is wanted in
r y .towud p, and we would advise
pJ msr'of *drk~ and, monoy to'
s ;fgr a eat~vasser's outfit, (costing
$IAdd eqnuyneuoe at onee; canvass.
ing tuair vicinityahJoroughly for sujp
scribats fotr~2oe'ende's lute of Chas.
Dickens, price only $2 a copy, it, be
ing t.ebhapest and best 6s1olUn sub
so; Ipi n a6~ bk over, pubhighod. Rn;
1lofment giveon to all who will apply.
4atgos.OotRFanioenar te paid, ,arnd
steady ni4,pgqftublgo..ok nuf be ge
cured raw any A.ocali ty. W ith this
popular wor k, .territory may be can
eda thirtl'or fomiith time with 'as
giod sucooena s at. first, it being racy,
ohiatty,, yet reliable, written by his
likcltng frlehd; who is universally oe
knowledge to be peculiarly qualified
for 'the taak, he having been engaged
for soeyrl years past in collecting
~aded~al *f6 t this fnterestiung work.
Add~ress T. B. P'eterson & Brother,
Philadelphia, Pa., who will send a
Photoagraph of Charles Dicens to
Andrew Hill, sentenced to be hang
at Greenville on Friday last, bas boon
reprieved by Governor keott until the
25th of Novrcgber.
A writer in the Atlanta (Ga.) Sun
says in some. lines on Gen. Lee :
-The very earth must needs be proud
To womb such greatness."
The Charleston News saysi "our
contemporary, the Orangeburg Nows,
is so bewilderod by its obange of
politics and the acoompanying ive or
six columns of S:ate advertisements,
that it. talks of 101(ling a meeting to
pay a fitting tribute to "Goneral R.
E. Lee, E q.1
Ii November there will be elec
tious in fifteen States, namely No
vember 7, (flrt M.>ndaiy in the
month,) Arkanens and Lonianai, No
vember 8, (first Tue.,day after the flist
Monday,) Alabama, Florida, Illinois.
K.,nsas, M r land, M.Lmachu-et-s.
Mieiganii, Minnesota, Missa ri, Neva
da, New Y, k, N w Je'ey.
A Cure for thme Toothache.
Dr. Henry T. Reynold, of Ilti
more, writes to the editor of the Medi
e d News, that for eighteen months he
has been using acetate of lead (sugar ,
of lead) as a remedy for tooth ache.
Ite flnds it better than any of the nu
merous remedies proposed in the
books, and in cases in which applica.
ble, the :elief is in.ttantuneous. Ile ad
vites the stilYrer to alply from one to
three grains to the cavity for a ino
ment or two, then spit it out. It
fails in fewer cases than any remed
that Dr. Reynolds ever tried, not
more than eight per cent.
A mani was receitvy commied in
Lonlon for stealiog 11 mantel clock, val. 1
n-d lit tveIlt.y -011ne potilt. Thi is vlne. I
o)ver one( homdre-d dolbar ,, aris,- from I l.(.
faci 111ha. the erock is said to liave been i
o-e-the property of the first Napoleon. n
Whether this (silmae of appraise(mr 1
will b adit;ied oln Ile t;al itelans t"
be seen There is anoilher Nopoleon
ic memorial in -mdon, the owni-r of I
Which wo'i: be dismayed at. losing it.
It is a diie 11l1 siginel by tIhr pre(senI
Napoh-otn while' Ie was in exile. It fe-l
into the lands<( f a puhihcan, who frarie'd
it, and hing it on hiis bar as at special e
aLraction, after the sig ier had bwcome
Em. peror, Wit h I lt rvennes of Fralce
at his back. The Emperor throigh ill
.1 dnI, tendered princiial and meresi.
TIt: publican replied that, nto motey
could pairchase it Its vaine is certa int t
not. diiiin islied by dhe eventful co.rse
of the signer.
Assuming tha. he knell of Trenhli
aIsetla -icV Ii 15 now he-n rin, a Euiro
pealt rienc reomnrks ilhar no mode-rn tia I
t-ii has held tii. positicon of milie'arv
arlier leng pThe geuneral i v hsiv
en;i i iti tle most. ieorathern nation1 tha1t1
411ld wiel, conisolidiated stiretngh. A :i
'ti- gave lla.ee to Greek, aid Greek t-e
Maece-donian dominiion F'romN Mace-don I
'h' iale of congse-si. rolled on wared to
Roeic. iot v ictoiry- forr-nok thle engles
of Rome-for. the siaandards of Gernmany
as sooni as the Eampire of t.he~ wesl
n1at1ionf t.o display tin i ed chre. er, anid
hde in conse-quence dom inat ed Eanrope.
W hen F rnce, how ever, ccollectd berl I
shattered strength, military suplreafcy
followed an her wa-ke. Alteor rTo'a inuin
it for two, huandre'd years, a united Gerl
many naails it to her stan dard aegaian.
Thec women of a French village ha 1
harde of Bazain az cominig, on hiis way
toWil he-lmshohie. and a wnited htim wilab
cries o3f "T'1raitor l'" 'Thiefle" "Cow~,ar,. I'"
"Loafer I" "Brigand 1"1 "WhVero are
onir husbands whomn yeou have bet rave I?"
"Give us hack our children whom~) yotu
hlave sold I'. They attached ihe car.
Jiage. and broike the( windol~ws, and wol
heave lynched. lie Maicrehtal but fur thea
int'rytntioan ofLPrussian geuedarimes.
it wvill he a clenr gaiin to the white peo
ple of the St ate he-rent iter to Iinvite' anad re..
quest the Ring to) dispenise'with e-etioie' i,
and allow the Go~verinor wVit h, or w ithlouit
an advisory board1 to appoint the Legisia
muro atnd all the counihty oflices. Th'is~
wvill save the expense, excitement. na
t rouble of a biennial can vass, and pre
sent squiare'ly before the world the retal
politicall condlitiot; of tis so-:willed
Gohon) TOBACCO OitoP.-The tobacco
crop of Lancaster -county. Pa., is
he 1inest in quali ty' and lairge'st. in
g'owthi ever raised there, andh will
recoxteen to s'eenteeni hiousaiid
ca s , and at $00 per cas', a low esti
minl~ will be worth over one mlilhoi
The New~ Orleans, Baton Rouge and
Vic-k~zburg Railroad hajnist, been miort.
gaged for $6,250,000.
FRlE~lI 0ranges.* Lemons, Cocoa Nuts,
Aimonids. Raisins, Pecans. English
Wainuts. Brasil N Is, Filberts. Leaaon anda
Ginger 8chnapps, Cakese CaiJOe, and va
rious other ticlks.
O're cask Bass & Co. 'a -Palo Ale, t wo
ens Mcowan's Sparkling Ale, one cask
E. & 0. Hliblbert's London-' Brown Stout,
Salvet We'ddifng Catawba, Gold dea&l and
Charles ileidslok Champaigne.
nov 8-ti x1 A. P. MILLEIL.
I WILL sell at public outory on Mondy
nent, 14th lnst.. on the planotat Ion lately
owned by Mtrs. L;- 0. Gaill Iard, lying near
Yongumess'ille, the Caftle, Sheep, I fogs and
Plantation Implemnents, of the late A. 8.
Gaillatd,49qased. Terms Cash.
0-8$ 1/ . . Fetr
Whimsboro Cotton Market.
Sales for the pn'st week have been larger
han any week during the present season,
?rices about the first of the inonih 134
ents, and gadually stiffening under Euro.
ean news to 14. 14t and 14j, and a few
mis on the 6th, sold as high as 15 80. As
we go to press lIter dispatches report the
narkets .in Liverpool and New York declin.
ng. L. M. l0). with a downward lenden.
y. Gold 104, which operates sngniist the
ralue of cotton. The war news in regail
o the armtistice has had quito It contt retarv
ffect to what w is anticipated. Sales ol
lie week 050 bales.
Ayer's Anerican Almaiti. for ilie nee
rear, hIs nirived for delivery gratin b,
(etlchil, McNI I asterit & Illice. to all who .nIl
.r it. This liln nni uni l hns the largesi
ircttltion of any book in the world, mad,
>yhe fet thtl it firn ishes the best mnedei
ti lvice which is avrilable to ih- people
-ennbles thm t 1it) delermine what iheit
omplaini are and how to curc ihein. I
niinins the starthitg innouncement of ith
,onftlagration of a world, or the conilstiot
it one oftht. stats in the firnanimtt with all
to att eileit planets. nov 2-1m to
- 1840 1870
Pain is sttpposed tu be the lot of us poot
norials, as inevittile its dentihI itself anld
iable at nny itme to'come upon iu". There
'oro i is important ihit remeini igent
hould be at lind to be used oni lit eiter.
,ency. when the setninal principal lodged in
lte sysi m shall developt e' f. ail we ltfi I
ie exerutciating agonies of pain, or t t de
>ressing itiluence ofr disence. Snich a re.
niedial nigen exilsts inl (1he Painl 10iler1,
liosei n fameit i has n, .e lte circ it. of tli.
!loh1e Amid til.he etertnal ic-s .of lie poltir
4egions or beti ite intolerable mid
tionling stin of* file piolCs. its virtues are
nown and appreciatied. Under r1 lati
dtiles, frotm one stmiiiie to the olier, stil
erintg hualityt has found elief froimi
nianty of its ilS by its usIe. TIe Wide ia1ndh
rond1 nren over which this medicin hais
prend, attest its valtie and potency. Frotm
,timall begitniog. lie Pain Killcr ita!
mtsh1ed graduiilly t1101ng. making its owii
ighway, solely by its virtues.
Stich ttit xaimpled success aid popularity
Ois brought othIers into thofieiil. Who hiav
tienpted, uider similnriiy o! name, to
surp tle coifidence of' tile people aid turni
their (iwii s illohiets a doi dishIonle'ty,
ut lheir et'orts have proved fruitless, while
he Pitin Killer is still growing in growing
avor. nov I-in
PA-r'noIza Ilost Erranit tsin.--lr. P.
Toale, whose tlverisement. aippearsi in
nother column, hn estiblished oni a tir,
asis, in Chatleston lie largest and most
omplete marnuifctory of doors, tisles
linds. &c.. in tie Southern States. Inv
ng ndvertisei lib'erally during tlie past
ear, ie has secured a large custom. ex.
anding its far west as Alahain. and he has
hits beeni Cnbledi to put forth a print ed
rice list which de'tieI coo pet irion. Ever
rtsnt who cottntp1hes building or it.
nirmg should witte at once for Mr. Tatle's
pEiS The atlention of our renders i
ialted to dty to tlie ioeti ement in an.
ither colitinn, hen'ed Lippnan's Frent (Ger.
nnn iji ters, a preiairnsion that hnit heet
ised fi' upward (if a century in enlighten
!A Enrope witih ilie.grentest success in l.
1ure Af Dyspepsit or 1Idigestion. Cotnst
>tion, Liss or .\ppetite, Liver Complaint.
m of tone in the dg'igtive organs. etc
l'he proprietors. Nes trs Jicoh -ippiman &
3ro., Savannah, Ga.. have, nt eonsidernble
mttlay sntceeded in obitt inig thei originalt
'ecipe for makcing this dleliglthtflaist ing
litters, and pletige iheir rephtit ion that it
>repairinlg in the or'iginal stndard sihall bi
Lept tup. Depot in Winsboro, at Ladd
Iros. Drtug Store.
T UST RLECEL\VEf
j 300 Iluhels
PRIME WHIT.E CORr
meal and H~omin~
[leceived weekly from Cathicarts aliti,
D. iA FLENNIKEN.
I OFFER for sale mny IIOUSE aind LOT,
lhonted on liberty Street, in thet town
>t' Winnsboro, P. C. The lot contains two
tcres with a No. 1 Dwelling and all neces
nary outbuildings. Feo istartinlars apply
o the undersignted. I. N. WITIIElIS.
N Wednesday, Novemiber 231, 1 will sell
alttmy place on .Jackson's Creek, be.
lie ionsehold iand Kitchen Furniture, all
mueh artibles as
CA T1'L, &c , &c.,
is are gennrally employed in f'arming. On~
he same day the Fiarm will be rented ot
Terms Cas/i. Parties having claimil
gaipst,. the undlersigned are reqnested to
>resent them. JA8. L. MART'iIN.
oct, 20- x4
A LL those Indebted to the old firth ol
aifosborough Brother's4 will pleaso call
ad settle theihr acoounte at onco. All ae.
bounts unsettled by the fif'teetnth November
text, wi'l be placed in an Attornteys' handa
oot 28..14 3. L. R$BROURGII & A0t.
PIE1,'CE-S CA DETIJEANAR,
8 Pieces lleavy Salem Jelwml..
1 d'1 Geite Ex. l..-tvy Wool Under
Superior article of Fat.ry Clidese,
450 lis. Hemlock Soo revher.
-11-1 reevived by
Thompson, Woodward & Law.
We are1 Conitalnlly receiving a01blitions in
our stock of (--tr it .l erehandi.e. and w;iI
bie atlw:ay-4 pr - I:e it) -unipa.i1 liy o w init of
Ihe people at the lowest e,t:Il ra111 ,-h
no I T., W. & b,
To Those Indi bed.
'H'lOSE indebte id to Ihe Iirim of M lityro y
& V'u.. nlre earteivly rtfiesteI to-ctme
forward and .seue up, wve leal what is dle i
1nd ti ale lecessarily omp11411let-> I- linve it.
out 18 MeIN l'V It E & Co. C1
OTICE is herelv given that Applienlion SI
i will be Inmade at I lie ne xt Session of It vi
I.egislatire, 1 r . Act Ileorpoir aiting lh sil
n1011 Preshyterianl Chlu rch, F irfield Conno.
It. A lIltIROlON, SI
A .1 liAlI1.TON, \b
, A TI ll1 N lI, I r, arl
W.\1. 311 AAiTI ,
oct xItla3nno- Deacn. (t
Aromatic Stomach Bitters.
\ I,) oI 1) Ar mtu ic Scllietll SCInapIi:4
. a certailn enre for Chilla. "'ry a bole
you will tinot regret it. Call at
oct 13 I. W. DEPI' -.
c o E I : s.
\ tI have received an- adllitsitnal heav'
rtock of choice Faitiily Groceriei
.thich we ifrer ott I.iheral Terti.
Fromn Ciucinnati. D
17 Illids. C 1R. Sides.,
6 do Smoked Shotulders,
8 14il8 It Sides,
4 do itulk \eat,
6 Tierces Stn'ar Cured llams,
From New York.
50 likFicur. 10 blils. Sugar,
1000 I.b Fa minily arl.
Go(ihen linfer, .New Iltickwheat,
Irih Poltiatnoevt, Gotlei Syrip;
Oysters, Turtle, Slmon, in cais, t
From Charleston. B
CampIeie's Holled Orb-I. Ileal, &c ,
New Iti.e, Iayer RIsin-iis.
60 Kits Mackerel No 1. 2 mitl 3, v
ils. anil casks -Ext ra" do,
11b04. Shaldd S.1lmonbi 1110011bn1,
I ornted Beef', Piickle.d lTiongue.'a
oct '2 BACOT' & (' O
Md ci oks, an
RETC11IN, Mc~IAA1TER & Bl1C1E call eI
hie~ aft ettion of t he p~ulro to t heir new
stock of G00d8 of which the abhove form a
part. oct 141~
7P1108E indlebfed to met for work, are re
q iuested to 001m0 up and setilet, a fur
ther Iidulgenice will not be grattd.
All watchesi not, paiul fo, hy fthe lsf of
D~ecemaber, wIll be utl for thle work dlone on
tlhom. CII All I~*d AU1LER.
~UGAIS, CoffeeR, Soda, Pickles, Sonp,
8. almon, Peachen. Curcrants andI llatch
ec-it . . DE ISPt)RT~s.
TO THE PUBLiC.
EI have on handI and for sale, a corn- ell
p1ete stock of Family and Plantation Oro
eerles, also FamIly and Ilotel Crockery, of
every descriptlon, Mlen's, Women's and -
Children's Shoes, Men's and Boys Boots,
of every qualily, Faetnily and PlantatIon
liardware, every kind of Salt Fish, -'Wood.
ebware, Earthenwrare, &o,
Persons desIring any of the above arti.
oles are Invited to examine our stock before
Ipurchasing elsewhere. os
oot.2 WORIn-itar iOBansa8ONn
OYS TE R S.
E. W. Ollever & Co's.
Where Meals can be ltd at all
P have received Irom New York laie!y
i lnrge stock of (rcoirries. &c., col.
thig of--Suagirs, CtAlces, Mnekerel. Mto.
mes, ('andiles. 'SrnIa,1 Cheeuse, 8oap, Tensa,
tily, Pickle-;, Chutinsi, l1 c!ketis, Clgi .
1a Biscuit, Nnltineg. (,love.", Alslie, Cin
mon, (linger, 1llihkppper., and lot ol
rinel gools, ianrdlware, l'inwiare, lowiet
i.1 ant1d Lend, Crockery and UlatswIIe.
aliher, I'Hour nil grndes, chewinlg and
ok ing Toliteco, anid egirs.
Mci's, boys, n id clildren's Pools nitn]
"es. Also i well selected stock of Ready.
i]-! Clotiing. )ry Gloods. and ninny othe
itie, u tin n 1it1n11 rotis to tiinetiion. Cal I
i see for yonrselv,. We aie offering
r goiols low for ensib
pct 18 olNTYItE & CO.
T COST FOR CASH
rE lmave decrnined to sell our entire
(k out at
Cost for Cash.
We have lhe largest stock of
Readly Mide Clothing,
'r offered in this market. Now is thi
io to huy lhargais. Coie sooni anit
en, and sce bargiins RiCil nid RA RlA
F. DAVIXTON & 00'S.
INE S AND LIQUORS.
AVING recently enlarged my Store. I
no1wofe tio' my en3'cstomers nnid thi.
Ul1it: getnterinl, a lairge sitick of' (Gruceries
nes and Lignoirg
UniN'iatTIo IN P'AIIT Or
Pugnrs, CntVees. \lolnsses., Miekerel it
is auin iareis, I ard in hnicketsi and bnr*
I a, Cheese, flice, Flour of tall giradets
ani, Sodla, Pteppner, Spice, Nut metgs, Ex
lets, Candules, Soap, 8arinues Craickers
inking anid Chtewinig Toib icco, Cignr's
icy Pilpes, Canidy, P'i.-klts, Sanice, cannier
inits. W~oiodeii Ware. lini Ware, &ci. Fim
di lye anti Corn Whiskey, Apple', Giniger
tackb(orry hliandy, ii itt, A Ie, Pitore no
ni, Sherry and Port .Witnes, 1(1 case'
k iedaltm St'hna pps. Als~o a lot of freal
moutns. For stale loiw fir cashi hy
It J. ?iloCAh[tLEY.
LAllGEif lot of PRllICE's ?ine Chewin;
'L TOHACC()Ot on i hand. 'The liest i
wiket. AlclNTY hhE & CO.
WILLA rent ot my Plttioni on Jhack
son Creek, for (lie year 1871. A ppI,
1P. i A STI NGS.
Livepr and Sale
A. F, GOO IN G,
I L r11, ecti i' tit or nhonttt Ithe 2'th Iin
statit, n iot of Elxlr& Fine Kenitiok
ertss and Mlules. They wihli e dii'pose;
at retisotiale pricest. 'I bie ci isonts of
tirfld are respectfully invited to call ata
Cnurriages, Buiggies, Wngons, nnd Saddh
erses al ways on htatnd, to hire on the mios
,crrni arms. oct 19
RIVATE AND TRANSIEN1
E. B. MclMaster I
100 yards East of Pnssenger D~epol.
AMY enslomers an
friends will fltd mie a
Laughlin's Old Standl
ri. eni the Passenger Dc
- pot, whtere I am prepar
to do all kind of Smith and Wagot
orki Repairs on Buggies and Carriagel
atly execu ei. * W. 11. DUV A.
REEDER & DAVIS,
Bnor'al Commission Merchania
Adger's Wharf, Oharleston, 8. (2.
WILL RBEDUR, ZIMMERNAN DAVIg
sat 18. Em
DECLINE IN PRICES I
AN extensive asSOrDIment Of al1 stylesS 0
-A(001)8, with manny articien entirell
lew,jist received andl now on exhibition.
Every Article a Bargain I
As Chopn as any Market I
BRING THE GREENBACKS
AIND G1T BARlGAINS
GOODS SHOWN WITH PLEASURE.
apI 16 1. N. WITIIERS.
FALL AND WINTER
RECEIVING THIS WEEK.
W1Te always keep one of the largest
Stocks of Dry Goods, Ilats, Shoes and
Clothing, in the flace, and don't
mean to be undersold by any one.
LA DD BROS. & CO.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for presorving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
with the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair chocked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothang can restore tho
hair whore the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain cnn be saved for
usefuilness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deoleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If- wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
net soil white cambrie, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a ricb, glossy
lustre and a grateful pefuo
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,,
PRAOTICAL AND ANALYTICAL OHEMzsTa,
ErTA HIV1snF.D 1811l'.*
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIuNERS,
202 ialimuore St., l tbiore,
ILA I'AI-NT A Nf RVRT ARR~onTI~n 5TOCE~
In. the oily of
and LAW, and Dsiwa,a,
Au nImmense supply of General, Bank and
BWank Blooks mtade to order hn any style
of Binding and Rtuling
The same earefuil Attentiott given to
as to Personal Pntrohinies,
iNSIDE flO UR4SS A L WA 78.
Send for Catalogues, &e.
SOLE, JIarness, Upjer, Kip, Calf', O
CashrdW Whang Lesther for sale. Terms
THIOMPSON, WOODbWARDa LAW.
DIEOLD FAMILY NEOTOft andlye
UWH8K YS "tAd purest ved best La eaA.
kee." Also~, a full clook of Reeilled Wie
xe~ef al graes, we *1