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lalkilIy hrrl1is W1 England,.
The lute b 'i k i papers are'Con
*tidiigi tihaci tI0 arg. tatfator -of
rAil.w y acc*idenuts may be asoribed to
tihe ov i w, Ik Iig of I ho "9pointsien, '
or thi men who ate ph deed in charge
if t itebes. Tkius, a very serious
aidl fatal aieiri ut at, $tieflicld, on
July 18th, iia duoto a eullition, in
cunseqience ~ of the .--inistake of the
"sigiil man," who woiked regularly
fair thirteen and a hulf hours a day,
lifeen oiats oil naturday, aid sOVen
teeti houas on every alternate Sun
day. llis wnrges werc only eventcvn
bhilliiig or $ 1..15 a week, this being
about half the earniigs of an ordiila- C
ry artisan. The hours of labor evu
on- ordinary days, it is asserted,
are f.ar tuo long for any man to p):c.
set ve the alertness, norve, vigilance
a:id vigor retuired for the responsi.
Ie duttes of a signal man. It, is ar
uedi that at not very expert or ex
porienced mat-, thoroughly worn out.
anId weary for want of rest, will ne
etaosarily commit fatal mistakces. In
1nother railroad taccident, the train,
owilng to a mi.taike in the signials,
went into the' iver. Tin that case,
the Pointsiiani, owing to the neglect of*
his superiors, had bCna On duty for
sixty-six Iours without relief, so that
his wife was obliged to be with him
to keep him from going to bleep on
his post. [ii another accident, the
signal man, who was killed, had been
on duty for two days and a night..
Another signal man had worked
twelve hours cont.tiuously, during
which tGio .160 trains had passed, and
the swithe had to be adjusted 1590
times. The same complaint of ovLerb
working is also extended to engino
drivers, and cases are known in which
driversand guards are forced to work
twenty hours a day.
In Anectiote of Colouicl Johnson,
A.friend of my friend Col. Bat ti,
of North Carolina, is the best story'
toller at tho Branch. le's descended
from Col. Johnson, and has a yarn
atboulithim i. 'ou've licad of Col. Wimi.
It. 1ohn.son, haVi't yOU ? Wlat
Never heitrd of Colonel Johnon ?
Then jst . as soni as you Fot sober go
hoenn and ask your father who Colo
nel Johnson was ; he'll tell you. Why
everybody know Johnson. Johnson
was the K aiser of the soutlhern i rf in
the good odl d days wheien Vashiun (I
mean the hore) was a baby, and err
Flora Temple had been spoken. Well
he nsid to coje North sometimes
and when the famoui ho:so Boston,
paNed to in his prSeSion lie took hill
over to the Long Islaind Course aud
inatched him agaiust lilhion. There
was an i awful crowd. All the sport ing
mei fatr and near were there,aind the
Colonel sent. all ho could beg, bor
row, or steal on Boston. lo evel
wanted to stake the clothes on his
ick. Sad, however, to say. lashion
woi the race. Whil tanding in the
crowl brooding over his hard luck, the
C'olonel elt the hanid of a pickpocket
thilurst iito his wat a eoat.. W itho.it
iAking any motion to arrestithe would
be thi, he excltimed, "'0, pick
I way. You're welvoine. Boston's
lea tenL.''- L.,/ Branch ..ellcr in A.
T. Com melal.
linIssla Exritinig Iostility to Torkey.
One wouldl have thou~ght thatit the
cont-idiatory :inie of the l'orte to
ward l'i i in th-e hilack Sea <ities
lion, wouild have securedl faor Tu'rkey,
if niot. ai (ense of graitudo1141, na eIast a
certain 11 amut of imiipart i alityv at the
hi.antds of the Iitn~isin pre~se . TPhis,
hioweve'r, hias not bcen thle ease.
Mlany lIunsian pa pers have again t a
ken upl, and morei~ warmly than ever,
the ~ old and f~ a'ori te. themen of the
'hrbt itans in Tu irkey and the barbar i
ty of thie Mussi uiimen. Nori in any
1,aum~ny spread init sp port of this
mtiue p resenitalton. lTus, thle (hdol(15
esc not hie'ita:teC to ai irm that C hr is
alo is shied in tomtrents it. IH:r.
,hm'ka, ina Bosnia, and that thle
Ik ar1S1:1e determinted to extirp'IateC
the. Christian fait h from that part if
he empire. The Gazette of the
Bourse waill also have it that the in
sureiii on'iii ini Albania has taken such
praport ions thant lie G overnor-Geno1
ral , has becen uli gud to gathier arotund
im ia;ih thle forces of thait provlence.
Such e nin nies do not of conurse, de
servo any reutain u h ot
flsha hey o ughit not to be publish
ead with imnpunity, or left uncotitra
dii.ted by the IHnitian authorities.
'insinnlinople 'Correpondent Lon lon
A Blelle as is a lBelle.
Ini conchtosion, let me give you an
other ineident of the Iifo of' a Long
lIranolh belle. I was strolling through
he 'ar-room of the Continental Ilotel
last eveninig, when a horse galloped
ump to the door arid a young lady sprang
from the saddle unaided. Sho was
drmessed in full riding habit, andl when
her groom came up, she gave him di
rec ions as to what fare the horse
sloul get, for all the world like a
tint master who had been brought up
iinong.hlorses all hiis life-time. Tlhie
;roermlhad no sooner gone than she
lolieraelywalked uip to thmo bar, in
omipau-y wvith a gent lemnan who nit
har at the door, and called for a glass
of bottled ale, and, whait is mnorec, she
stLood at the cj uniteri ut il the gen tle
nian, watho did i't drnink , had paidl for
it. Th'Iis young lady belongs to one
(of the hae t 1:i inzg parties stopping
at the Br..nueh, and is a laidy ini thie
ord ina ry r eceputaune of the term.
Cir. Y. Y. IIld./j
To.Whileni Pinuo Krys,
The ivory knys to a paino whieb
have becomo yel low may be mxade
whlite by wnh.slinig thorm twithi a sponge
withI dibiteid sulpahurous acid, or a
Slutbin of hiyposulphate of soda and
n.-_- h "--'r. Wih.rnt y
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r iii lolow nPssenuger Schedule will
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" Chest er. 1t0 80p mn
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After reading this advertisement need
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In from one to twenty minultP4, no mai
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RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will afford invtantl ease. liflatmmsation of
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Toothache, Neurilgin, Bheumatimm, Cold
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rho application of tlie trnly Belef to
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Twenty drops in half a Iitimbler of waser
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Spasms, Sour Stonmach, Ileariburn, Sick
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Wind in the Bowels, and all time Internal
Travelers should always carry a bottle
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pains from change of water. It is better
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Fever and Ague.
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There is not a remedial agent in this
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Dr. Radway's Sarsaparilla Resol
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undargoes, under time influence of this
truly wonderful medicine, that every dny
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felt. The Gretat Blood l'urifiur. Every
drop of the Saraparillinn Itesolvent com
muniontes through the Blood, Sweat, Urine
and otier fluids and Jicen of lite system
hlie valor of life, for it requires hlie wastes
of the body with new and sound mnterial
Scrofula, Syphilis. Cr n.,umptionm, Glandu
lar disease, Ulcers in tie Thront, Mouth,
Tumors, Nodes in tie Glanis and other
parts of tIhe system, Sore Eyes. Strumor.
ous discharges fronm tie Ears, and the
worst forms of Sxin dienses, Eruptinns.
Fever Sores, Snlid Head, ltinw Wormi. Sall
llihum, Erysipelas, Acne, B lack Spots,
Worms in the Flesh, rumors. Cancers in
time Womb and all weakening anii painful
discharges, Night Swents, Loss of Sperm
and all wastes of the life principle. are
within the curative raige of this wonder of
Modern Cheinistry. and a few days' use
will prove to any person using it for either
of Ihese forms of disenso its potent power
If the patient daily becoming reduced
by the wastes ani deemimpo-ition lat is
enmtinually progre-sing. -mccceds in ar
resting these wases. nnmmd repairs Ime same
with now nateriAl mudce fromn heatchy
blood-and this the Snrsaparillinn will and
does secire-a cure is cerlt in ; for when
once this renmedy comimenceo its work of
pmrifleniion, snd smucceed.- a dimminislinig
mime loss of wastes, its mepnims will be
rapid, and every day lime palienit will feel
imnelf trowving bettecr amndls arnnger, the
fid dligestinig be'mtter, :m ppet~ite imuproving
and,, tlesh amnd weighmt inmen enmsing.
Not onmly dioes thme 5marsa parilhman lesml.
vent excel all kimmiwn remodial agents inm
the cure of (hrt ni -, Seimtroflous, Const it.
tional, and Skin mm'ieies; but it is time only
posilive cure for Kidney andi lilladder Comn
plaints, Urinnemy niud Womb Diseases, Gray.
elm linhletes, Drmopmsey, 8toppage of Waler.
Incontinence of Urine, Brnighmt's Disease,
Albumninura, andI in all cases whmere there
are brick dust dleposits,or thme Waler is thick,
cloudiy, mixemd withi substamnces like time
white sif an egg, or ihmrends like while silk.
oir thmere is a imombl, dark, billious appear
anice, anid white bone dust deposils. andl
whmen there is a pricking, buirmning semusn.
I ioni when passing water, amid pain in thme
Small of time Back amid along time Loins
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Observe time lollowing symptoms result.
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time Stomach, Nausea. ilentliburn, 'nigest of
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Sour~ Eructations, Siniking or Fiutterinig at
the Pit of the Stonach,. Swimming of the
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ITS GURE AND ITS PRNVENTIVKe
37 5. 3. S0tENOK, 3.3N.
!!&%is~ bumian being how psed " W ho.
known = a d IUtt an mem or
Til 4 dearl ily o
fleep nae dreamless slumber t
beh ily adopted
X11 4E04 '1 aR~
and availed thems Wvese ol his ~wonderfly ef110o10
elout medicines the would not have fall en
Dr. Bche k Sonhi w case proved hl
whever su cient vitlit itLs
by hismredicnsaa U~ 4l n~'a s abtthek
quickened Into Iea v r
Tohhe iit a nlid Is ma eno ta
that t09 a thousand times substanitise~d by lv
and visible works. The thtory ofithecureb DIaT6
Schenck's medic nesaos as mp as Itsu
Its philos hy requires no argument. Itis self-as.
The i4ea weed Tonic and Mandrake Pille are the
first two weApons with wbicla the citadel of the
malady Is aie. Two-thrs ofti ces ofon.
sum pionoriginate In dysepia anid a ancpllol
disordered liver. With th condition the brothiQ
tubes "of iupntbize' with th? stomach. They re
spondto hemrbil octio orthe lvr. e th
otmes tile cuiniaait lrsult, a l the setling in,
with all its dlstresistn aPlows of
The Mandrake I'll, 1sare CoaujmowdV Of on# of Nqa
ture's nobiest gifts-ie odiphiiluin ieiatunt.
They possc all the btod icarcling. altrative
Proertiee of cainmnl. but, unlike c: neal. they
Th 6LEA'I SM O SVTk%4i UVIEIIND."1
The work of curo In now beginnimx. The vitiated
and mucous deposits in the bowels and in the all
mentary canai ar ejectod. The liver, Ifa Wi
In wnd up. It aroulses front fits torimid ity. ThS
stomach acts reaiscivoiy. and tile patient begins I
to feel that lie is gmtting, At las~t,
A XURPK OV GOOD nrO.n,
Thoflea-weonio in eutijtneilomi With time; Pill4,
permeates and :sinlate with the hood. i
cation is now progress. . ... .. .prelos r
ture". Digeston becoic ainless, ati the cir is
seen to beat band. There 110 irc flatlenoe, no
exacerbation of the stomach. Anaputid setse In.
Now comes the greatest Illood Pur er ever yet
given by an indulgent father to sufferinx maim.
ciienck's Pulinic Syrupe conies in to perTuhm its
unctosjnd to ht n and coan iete the cure. It
iters at onto uplol I lsawork. WIature can not be
cheated. It collects and ripens the impaired and
diseased portions of time ungs. Ii the form of
ratierings,It prepares them for exipectorailon, and
lot1 Ina6very slmrmrt tinip the inasitty Is vanqu'lmed
the rotten tiroite that. it mccul I renovated An1
made new, anad ime atiemlln. 1, ali the dignity of re
gained vigor, sto s rorth to ejoy the manhood or
womanhood thart a
(lIVEN USV A% L.O.4T.
The second thing is. the nattsinta must stay in a
waet'Iw o until ti ey Ifet volt; it in almuost il"os.
sibie to pr"ve' taKimi *old When thi 10pgs are 415
eased, but it must bN prevented or a cure can not be
effected. Fresh air anti riding out especialy In tiis
section of the countr- in thie rail and winter sea
itm are ail wronig. lhalyicians who reomnimidi
that course lose teir patiets. If ilr lungs ar
badly tilseased' and t, becanste Ct ny are In te
homuse they nisnot stmowma qiet: they trit walk
about the room as much n an fmt a% the strength
will bear, to * 't"up a good c "rcuiitin of blood. Tei
Patients Wits Le-pL lit good1 spiriti--bc drierined
to get well. This bas a great deal to do with the
appietite, and is the great point to gain.
To despair of cmre after such evidence of its poe
Sihilty In the worst rAses, and mormal certai In
all others Is sinful. Dr. Me enk's persomal t ate
ao to te Facutty of his own cure was in these
- Many years ago I was in the last stages of con
symition j confined to nry bed. annd at one time mny
RhnIcIna i thoughttlant I comuld not iveaweek: then
i I a drowning mail crtchIing at straws, I hes~d a?
sltd obtained the preparatuns which I now oner to
te pubio, and they niade a i rr et cnre or tne. It
seemied to me that I could reel timem penetrate my
whole system. They soon ripenict tie matter in my
lungs, and I would spit ip umore thai a pint of offen
sive yellow matter every mornin fralong time.
"As soon as that begun to cm~i she, msy coittgh.
fever, painIs, and night-aweats nii begn toleave me,
and ny became so eb n rt ti t it was wilh
dfit yitI comuld lkcip fi'.,an eating too itch.
I soo gained my strength, and have grown In flesh
"I was wolphed shortly after my recovery "1 added
tie Doctor.' then lookinglike amereskeleton; my
weght was only mitycs'- von pons; prs nt
weiglit Is two Jimliitrmel 1111 twenty-five (225)puns
and foryears I have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Schenck lins dse-nntinued his proftesonal
visits to New York mid Boston. He or his son Dr.
J. It. Schienck Jr still cmimtimiie to see patients at
their Otce ,,N(. ith.ixth -treet, h iladelphiaI
every Saturday f-omn o A.t. to a P.M. Those who
wish a thorough examin tion with the Itespiro
meterwil lie chargecmI$. 'Ttelespirometerdeclares
the exact comlldition of the mungs, alid patients can
readily learn witnther they are curable or not.
The tirect ons Fr tak ing the medicines are adapt
ed to the intelitgeceo ven of a child. Follow these
i rections, and kind Nature will do the rest, except
ing thiat in sonca ews the Mandrake Pills are to be
takmn in increased doxes; tle three nedleines need
no other accompaninents than the amile instruc
tions that accomnimy them: First cren0te appetite.
Of returnin lienNth, imunger is tho most wgncome
symptom. W en It coms, as It will cone tat the
despairing at omce beofigoodcheer. (loodfilood at
onice follows, the couigh I ooient the night-sweat 16
aated. Ina short tin both of these morbid symp.
toms are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines are constantly kept in
ltis of thousiniudsor families. As alaxative or pun
te ve, the Mandrake Pills are a standard repAra
on; while the Pulmon irp, as a cureor coughs
sid( colds, may he regmircted aus a prophylacterto
inst consum tion i any of Its fors.
,Ace coi lia Ponl i Syrup and Sea-weed Tonic,
#!.80 a bottle, or $7.80 at halt dozen. Mtandrakce I'lliIn.
15cents a box. For sale by all druggists and dealers
THE OREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
Ddlamarre'a 'peoifio Pills,
Prepared by AaA'CirUi & Dil-ONT. No.
214 [tue Lombard, Piris, and highly
reconiemmeled by the entire Metdi.
cal Faculty of France,
Are 'lie very b:st Remedy In all cases of
Spermiatorrhan o- Seminal Weakness;
Nihtly, Da3ily or I remalure Emissions:
Sexual Weaknoss or linpotenacy ; Weakmi. as
arisinig fromi Feerei lIabits amid Sexual Ex
eessesu; Relaxaiom of lime (Genital Otgane
Wtenk Spine ; 'iLime" or "Brick dtust" de
01sits in ithe Urine ; ''Milky Dischar'ges,"
&c , anti all mihe g:hasrly irain of Symptoms
arising front Overmiue or Excess~es.
Th'ley emnre when ail othier remedies fail.
Fia dirct ons in ever'y box.
['rice Si per Box, or U Boxes for $5.
Soldi by lime prinicipal Druggists, or will
be sent by mail, secturely se'nied from all
obsiervation, by emnclosing price t o the Sole
General Agent for Americn, JOB MOSES,
1$ Cortlnditi Ri New York. Pamphletse of
a'lvice sent free to any addressa.
1h'yan's Puhntonic Wafers
are tuamnuling In ilme cture of Comughls. Colds,
Asthma, Blronchiitis, Sore Tlhrroat, lioarse
tness, Diflicuili Breathing. Incipmieant (on.
sumnpti-fi and Di..eases of lime Lutng4. They
hmave o toate of ometdicine, aiit any ohild
w'll haiku lhemi Thousanidm have been re
slored, Io bonitth. that hmad beformio despaired.
Toesiimoniy giveni ini hundreds of cases, A
ingle dote relieves in Tem Minutes. Ask
for' BR YA N'S PU) hMON IC W A F lIS.
BRANCH, SCOTT & 00s,
A UGUSTA, G A.,
A G EN7' FOR MA R )VA Ni) STRA M
SUiGA R R EFINE'RY. proprietors of EX.
CEL.SIOR FLOWERING MIL1LS Can
fuirnishm all grades of Fresh Ground Flour
in barrels or sacks Also preparedl 1o exe
cuite orders for Corn, Bacor., Omits and any.
lthing Ihat pertain to P'rodumce Bumsiness, at
lime lowest naarket rates. We offer exlra
induimcements to counl~try merchants ini futr
nishing. Sianidard refined' Sugar at the
J'ri'e Cost to iay down ierr. Merchants
womuh-l alo well to sentd for pa ice list.
Mil (iarin,Shatint& Puireys
.-SEDFOR A CIROUI;ARC.
ATLA ItGE supply of Fresh Turnip Seed,
just1 recived,. Also Tnrpentine, Puity,
While Leadi, Durham Smoking Tobae-o,
Also Cotton Yarn,Brown ilomespun, Books,
Muedicines, liard ware, Shaoes. A iso a large
lot of L~adies Dross Goods, which will be
sold low for the cnsh.
jnly 24 MoMf ASR'n & TDnICI
CONTEMPLATING removal to our New
tore on Main Street, on or before the
16th of September nexL-we offer our stock
%t greatly reduced figures.
Barga ing will be offered if accompanied
by the CASU. Cur stock consists in part
Bacon, l[am and Lard,
Sugar, Coffee. Molapses,
Flour, >f1a9, Corn ond. Rice,.
S.igars of all grade.4 at all price.4,
.ltok,-rel, Foda. Soap Starch, Candles,
Teas of all qualit ies,
Spices, Pepper, Maccaroni, Vermlcela,
Salmon Pineapple. P,:aches and
Vegetables In Cans,
ser.ides a large assortment of Plantation
B.ALCOT & CO.
'ONSIGNMENT of Cotton Seed Meal,
fresh from the Mill at Columbia. This
Meal if highly resommended as food for
all kir.ds of steek, espeelally for Milch
* a will parchase Cotton Seed at - eta.
jam 28 KATOEIN & ROBURTBON.
500 L1S. Fresh Assorted Candy,
Green Corn and Tomatoes,
A wr,rted Syrupa,
Old White Wine Vinegar.
Low for for Cash at
mar 7 Me[NTYRB & CO'S.
Dry Goods, &c,
On iand and to Arrive.
10,000 Lbs. Prime Bacon Sides and
100 libia. Louisville and N. C. Flour, all
1,000 Mishels Corn.
10 BhIs. N. Illasses.
4 B[hUl. Syrup.
6 llhds. W. 1. Molassee,
15 Bags of Coffee.
Barrels and Half Ba-rels Mnckerel,
Tea, Soap, robacco, Silt, Iron, Traco
Chains. Plows and Plow Steel, Hoe<4, Whhte
L~ead. Repe, Shoes, Osnahuirge, Striped and
P'lain, Shirning, and Hieavy Plat mnion
Goods, with varied othier articles on hand
and will be stoldi as low for cash na the like
articles can be furnished by any oilher
Parties wanting any of the above, will
find it to their Interest to call and examine
my stock before purchasing
JOHN H1. CATH' AlRT.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
Manufaoturer and Dealer.
No. 20 Hlayne Street and )Iorlbr'ek's Wharf,
CHKARLJESTON, 8. C.
g&- This is the largest andt most eoni
plete factory of the kind In the Southern
States, and all articles in this line can he
furnished by Mr. P. P. Toalo at prices
which defy competition
gip" A pamphlet wiilh full and detailed
list of all sizes of Doors, iFashes and Blinds,
and the prices of each, wilt be sent free
and post paid, en applIcation to
P. P TOALE.
july 1 1-17 Charleston. 8. C.
1 IIB'PEjCTFUILY ia
fornm the citixens of
Wntiaboro andl Fairfield Distri, thai i
have a full assortment of Watcites. Jewelry,
Clocks, Spectacles, &c., always en hand,
an-t will sell at the lowest prices, andi would
reajpe-fuilly ask the continuance of the
patronage of my old friends and enistomners.
All goods warrantd as represented. I am
prepared to do all kind of Watch and Jew
elry work andi have always a good , took of
material on hand, antd will guarantee satils
faction. All work warratited.
Seoend deer freom Col. Rion's 0mg0.
BOT |AND SHOE
I AM now prepared to do work in
Sthel atest and best styles. sty
work Is always warranted. There
is no necessity to go out of town to have
work done as I can make as good BIOO~"or
51HOKas anybody. Orders solicited for
finp work. 6, M. UILBERtT.
A LOT of Croery and Olasa Ware. Just
Jt.. 22 !umseTrn a CO'.
WINES AND LIQUORS I
A LARGE ASSORThENT
E. W. OLLEVER & CO'S
- a.m e 0m mum
As u-t.il with ti-, we offer our et.
ire stock of SUMMI GO l)S to
lash buyers, at greatly red ned ratus
B3nrgniuns offered iii every line of
2oods, such as ll nts nol shoe".
F.ats and 0ap's, ). ess G mells, Me'A I
Wear, &c. Call soon, atil if wet enti
mnit in styles, the porices iib dl satisfy
L A DD) BROS., & CO.
Cotton ! Cotton I
We will continue to purelCauc Cot
ton during the coming fall. The lib
ral prizes paid by \Vintsboro niter
ihants the pabt yeair, w' trus, w ii
udluoe all Fairfield to sell their cot
on t home. COUN ' ALL ('OST
WELL-you enik fii n-> beticr mnr
ket. LADD BROS & CO.
Drugs I Medicines I
Having refitted our ruig wtore in the
beet st)lc, we will cunticue to .ell the
puret goods at tho lowest narkut
prices. Especial atetiti ii ptid to
luality and standard etrenigth of evety
artielo offered for 6ale.
Full stock of the best preparal ions
)f Bitters, P&X.mory, Fat.y and
roilet Articles, Paints, Oils and Dye
Stuff. La ups, Chinunriyr, Spice, Ci
gars and every kind of house keepiIng
goods, usually kept in a firet clas,
Drug Store. P'rescriptions carefully
lo0mpounded. L A DD 1B1108.
aug 12 _ _ _ _ _
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs,
suoh as Coughs, Colds, Whoopin&
Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Probably never before in the whole histor of
noedicine, has any thing won 5o widy andi so
leeply upon the confidence of mankineut, as thi.s
accellent remedy for pulmonary compulnints,
L'hrough a long serics of years, and among most
.f the races of men it has risenl higher uanduhigh~er
n their estimation, as it has become better know n.
ta uniform character and power to cure the va.
lonts affections of the lungs and throat, have
nade it known as a reliable protector augainst
hem. While adapted to milder forms or dhsease
md1( to young children, It is at the enme timec the
ntost effectual remedy that can be giveni for incip.
ent consumption, and the daengerous nilections
,f the throat and lungs. .Ase a provision agaiintt
mudden attacks of Croup, it should be kept o~n
iannd in every family, ant Indeed ats ail are some.*
imes subject to colds and coughs, nil should be
irovided with this antk~lote for t hem.
Although settled Counasmpfoun is thought in.
surnble, still great numbers of cases ta here the
lisense seemed settied, have been compl~eteiy
sured, and the patIent restoredl to sound health
I)y tihe Cherry Pectoral. So complete is its
nastery over the disorders ofthe Lungs and
l'hroat, that the most obstinate of thema y1e111 to It.
When nothing else coultd reach thenm, unader the
U'harry ectoral they subside anci chsapupear.
hsingers and P'ulddd Spjeaskers init gl eat
protection from it.
Asthma is always relieved and often wholly
buredi by it.
Blronchitis is generally curedl by taking the
C'herry Pectorat in small andl Ibequent doses.
So generally are its virtues knowun, tiat we
ieedl not publi11sh the certifientes of them lhere orI
lo more tnan assure the publIc that its qiualilies
Ire fully maintained.
Ayer's .Ague Cure,
I'or Feyer and Ague, IntermIttent Fever,
Chill Fever, Romitent Fever, Dumbi
Ague, Perlodioal or Bilious Foyer, &e.,
and indeed all the affeotions which erisoi
from malarious, marsh, or mniasmatic
As its name implies, it (lees Cure, and dones not
'all. Containing neither Aracenic, Quinie, Itis.
nuth, 'Zine, nor nny other mitneral or pmkonous
mubstance whatever, it lht nowise injures ny pn.
jent. 'rTe unmber and importance of its curies
na the agmue dlistricts, are literally be 'ond neromtt
mdt we believe without a pl'leil nI the history'I
,f Agun medIcine. Outr pride is gratifled byv the
wkcknowleugments wie receive of the radienl tcs
afrected in obstinato cases, and wrhere other remn.
idles had wholly failed.
Unacclinatedl persons, eitherv residlent in or
raveilin g through miasmatic localities, will be
,rntecated by) taking 1110 AG U : curicI- d ally.
For Liv'er Conmlatsr, arising from torpId.
ty of thme Liver, it is an excellent remedyul, stimu-.
ating the Iver into healthy netivity.
For ililious D~isorders taint Liver'ComplaInts,1i
sa aeellent remedly, producing many trudy
enarkabie cm'es, whero other me~dicines hat
Preparedl by Da. .T. C. AYnau & Co., Practienl
mnt Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass., andi
old( all rotund the world.
PlRICE, $1.00 P'EI BOTTLE.
(T INEGAjI R BITTERS, Flavoring Extracts.
V tCream Tartar, Nutn--ega, llorus row.
lers, hlog Powdiers, 31elicine for Chicken
~holera, Blron'ial Trothtet, Snit P'etre, In
ligo, Citri Acid, Liver Rieguulator, Jtuniper
ear, Worm Confections Carbolic Sonp,
Termlfuge. Citraie of Magnesia, Congress
*Vatear. Also, Mlagnolia Balm, Mbaguolin
Vater, Bell Cologne, Ilurneitta ('oconinfe
roilet Soap, Perfumery, &o, ,itnst received
Mc.\fASTER~l & l1Ricig,
J. WA LKI, PropI ietr. It. 1. MCDoMA.a A Ct., Druggit
A tJan. Asents,. San Frasntet,Cai.,and 4 Coesnterse St., N.%.
RILLON Bear Tesiansoay go taiser
Wonderful Curativo Effcipts.
Vinegar Bitters are not a vilo' Fancy
Drink, baade of Poor Rum, Wisskey,
Proof Spirits and Itofuso Liquors, doc
tored. spiced and swcetened to please the taste,
:aled " Tonics," " Appetizers." R Restorers," Ace.,
lhat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
tt are a tno bedicine, made from the Native
Rtoots and Ilerbs of California, free front all
Alcohollo 4timiulants. They are the
IREAT BLOOD PUILIFIEll and A
UIFE GIVING PILINOII'iEl, r prfbct
Renovator and Invigorator of the 2ystem. carry
ng off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
o a healthy condition. No person can take thoso
Bitters according to directions and remain long
inwell. provided their bones are not destroyed
.y Mineral poison or other means, and the vital
>rgans wasted beyond the point of repair.
They nro a Gentlo Pnrgative n wyell
as a LTonic, possessing, also, the peculiar morit
f acting as a powerful agent in relieving Conges
lion or Inflanniation of the Liver, and of all the
FOIL FEMA LE CO3IPIAINTS, whether
In young or old. married or single, at the lawn of
vromanhood or at the turn of life, these Touie Bit
ters have no equal.
For Infinmsnatory and Chronic Ithen
nentlin and Gont, Ilyspopsin or In
dige , ioon, ililioust Rtontitteut nU
Intermittent Fevers, Dimensocs of the
Blood, Itvero, Kidneys and iladder,
these itiltesrs have been most successful. Buck
Disones are caused by Vitiated Blood,
whih is generally produced by derangement of
ihe I)igetilve% Organs.
DYMPEMII A Olt INDIGESTION,
hleadache, l'sas ist the lhoiulders, Coughs, Tight,
niess of the Uhest. Dizziness, Sotnr Bructations of
the Stonach, IMi Taste in the Month, Bilious
Attas'ks, l'niiltatini of the ilcart, Insfiainmation of
the nws, Paii in tlioregions of the Kidneys, and
a inundred other painful syiptonis aro.the off
mpritgs of Dyslinpiaa.
They invigorato the Stonach and stimilate the
torpil 1.ir nis Iiowels, which render them of
tiint4i - lic.1 cems-y in cleansing the bloot of all Im
isnritie,. -Id imparting new life and vigor to the
I hole sy atill.
VO t 8K IN )ISEA SES, Eriptions,Tetter,
Halt liltim, uloltes. Splits, 1'inspion,. Ilueittiles,
lis. (:sriieosit, Iting-Wormsu, 3rns'd load, ore
I. *. ' yails I tlch. Scurfs, Disnnorntions of the
Sklin. Ii.unsrs ad is-naes of the "Skin, of what
over itntee or 1nature, art- literali, sly g nii and car
ri- i oti of l ie sv it te it a short tin, by the ue of
these iitter. 1 v t-louil it :mh c:nesc will con
visee th msijt il wren vi0tli ofstheir eurativo offect.
clcankic ite Viitated lloot wheniveiryon find its
impurities bursting through the skit i Pimplem,
Eruptiions or floreit; cleanse it when you find it
obstrtits ansi sliuggish in ik vcina cleanso it
whei it it ftilinnd 3 tsur fs'.linga will tell you when.
Kreet the tI 11i1 1-tr, anti th heaith of the system
IN, 'A P, and other WORMS, urking
in tie Pavte oi s- u,1;tany tholisatins, nre effectually
det~sroyers'i nti remouvedi
c.M.1% I1Y A1.1, l atUGO IRTS A ND DE ALERlS.
J. WAIK lit, l'rnprietsr. It. 11. McDONALD &
CO., iDrutprista suii W-et. Agimts. San Francisco,
val., ans .l anud i Commerce treet. New York.
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1. W. ENGrA ND, Pnbiishe
More New FlIouP.'
J UST' receive'd, a noithsei rsi lot 'of Family
P losr. finsost in market. Also, other
gradihss of' Flotirn, che'ap foisr en'shs ii
ung I7 1. Jl NeCA Ii IEY~''t.
R. J. 1I'CARLEY.
Iformi~is the Ciitizen of Winnsboro thiat,
hso isi notw preparetd to furisihl all kinids of
Cos'I i'umimnt er im rnks fro leni c Lemnssa
usp to a Champaign Cock Tail, &c., persn
cani Procuire eo ins large sir smsailslntiiica
at tiny timie.
jnly I 3. J1. McCARI,F.Y.
ATI J W ITE11'S BAKERIY
ANO'lIER freshi supply of plain anid tan.
11ey( 'sandle.s, Oi'asigea Cocoanntis, Pecan,
BerzilI, aini I lazel Nutss, Enaglishi Wualntle
A'umonds, Birandly Peaches. Oysers, &c.
Save Your Own hay !
A NWsply of (Grassi Blndes, just re.
cve.Also lied Clover Seei, Or
clhardl,hriss iPeed, Itokwhsent Seedl andi
na 1n ucu tw'r-sn c. noICE