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0::Y Extra doi'os of the NE 8 can
be obtained at this office on days of
publication. Price '6nly five loonte a
Our Office is now loonted over the
store of Messrs. Woodward & Law,
where wo Aall be plesed to receive
our friends. With increasod facili..
ties, we hope to receive a full s'rb
of public patronage in our particulay
AMUl Stolen-TR. P. MAll'hlell.
ShoriffSales --L. W. Duvull, Slier
iff Fairfield Couunty.
Sales-L. V. Duvall, Sheriff Fair
Masonio M:ctiug, Thursday, Janua.
Citation-W. M. Nelson.
A lot of extra fine Kentucky Mulcs
j ust received and for sale by A. F.
W ilnisboroCotton Market.
For the past week 450 bales o!
Cotton have beeu cold in this maiket.
at prices ranging from 17 to 206
Wilcox, libbS & Co.
These gentlemen advertise to.day,
Manipulated Guano, Guano, salt and
Plaster Compound. The above are
highly rccommended by plan'-;rs
everywhere. ReAd their utice
We have received a cofpy of t,,,
above Agricultural Magazino, publish -
ed at Wilmington, N. C., by W. II.
Bernard. It is very neatly got ten up
and contains much choice reading mat
ter. No farmer shodid be without it.
We cordially commend it to our
R. J. McCarley advertises in to
day's issue a lotof fine Irish Potatoes.
A Masonic Pin. The flader will
confer a favor, and be liberally reward
ed, by leaving it at this office.
We just learned that a painfil ac
cident befol Mr. Mal tin Milliing on
Monday last. Ile left town in the
afternoon, and upon arriving at his
home ten miles west of this Ilacc,
while riding through the yard, was
thrown from his horse, and struck his
s.tolach against a stump, inflicting
serious injury to the lower part of
his body. We are glad to be able to
state that lie is improvingl slowly.
The only thing of into rest that ha'
transpired in the Le~gislature sinice
Uhe holidays, came up on Tuesay
upon the recopt ion of uy >v SowLs
message, wherein he " wenzt fir"' t he
imnpedehiers in a atyle that siared of'
"blood and t hunader.'' \\hipper,
Bowen, Hlurley & Co., gave him as
good asi he sent, and there were, swmo
foi-y apieey things said on Loth sides.
IBy referring to our advertising
Solumns, it will be aeon that a part
horbhip has boon formed b~etweenm
Mdsi-. J. & WV. C. Boeaty, under the
liaii 6f Beaty & Brao.
They arc liighly respeted and re
liablo ieIfhants; and we bespdoak for
them a liberal shareo of' pubile paitron
age. Sec their advertisement.
Oh6 af Yodrm Duties.
It Is just as incumbent on the good
citizon, the upright man and the
ChiiIstian, to subscribe for his County
paper andI take it hionme for -the bene
fit of his family, as it is for him to
provide for any' othier of their mianiy
wants andI comforts, as food, raierit,
etc. It is a duty lbe owes tn the'n,
anl ( no that siould be performned a,
faithful as any other. Hie owes it to
the toiling printer also, and it shiould
be one of the first consilerat ions.
,[How inany there arc who r-ead the
.NEWs and IfERALD every week, nnd
-look for it anxiously, who do, not sub
beribo '1 Are you one of theni ?
Ibon't be guilty of the likei ngain. It
Is a very frand against the pubulishiers
nnd printer, as little as you think ii.
thle State Fair Next Fall.
Itol. D). Wyatt Aikon, the Seeutary
6f the 8. C. A grioultural and M elha n
i..l8Sooiety, invites the co-operat ion of
the citizens of the State in comple ting
the premium list for the fair to be hold
next Fall. Any suggestions of alter
timons or improvements sent to him. at
Cbkesbury, 8. C., will moot with duo
consideration. Col. A., also requests
the Scretary, s-zye the Charleston
News, of any agricultural or mnehanil
o.f association in the State, to send
hi. the names and postnifics of thle
officers of the association.
TheY Rudd JuIt don't Pay.
"It is not unfrequently ooourb, whon
persons are asked if they subsorlbo to
a loal newspaper, or if they already
take it, that they reply-'No, but
neighbor 13. takes it, aid I have the
reading of it overy week." They are
benofitted every week by the toils,
perplexities, 'and expenditures of
thobo who receive nothing from them
The above is true in overy snse.
There are many tmn in this County
who get aill their information by b,,r
rowing their ieighbor's paper from
year to year, who are am ply able to
pay $3.00 for a who0 years subsel i,
tion to the sonom. Shatnc, iihame
Pelow we publi-h the d raw ing of
the above anociation, as far as h'c1id
It will be observed that the ii.lhest
prizes i havo been t ikena by nu1imiber
over one hundred thoullisand.
Right here we da.ire to make a
poiit. We heard it .stited that moly
onC hundred thiusan-1 lickets have
been told. It -o, the tick t holderS
lhve bee iir. ,ded.
In itieunl tV( Iti -lrs Mi ur
conaiy, we oCa11pll p N Mv.ssrI.
Bac-.ot & Co., Agents for the A'soc ia
tioun, to erplain what low seems Veiled
19,919, S$10; 1-7'?3 1,000; 3!,
782, 1,000: 40,18:3, 1, 00 (); 119, 9:6,
J,t0 0; 47,476, 1,010; 9:3,-3l, l,000;
9.1,796, 10,000: 100,21.1, 1,000; 120,.
2!6, 100,)000; 116.02-1, A ende my of
M1u.hic: 95 50-1, 1,000; I 39,562, ,00t);
90,1 31, I-,oo; 1 6,(G3, 1,000; .103,7 1 1,
1,000; 139.536, 1,000; 5.1,178, 1,0no:
72,80;6, 1,000; 136,731, 25,000; 50,
RI uc7 ace ics.
An ex:change gives the following
recipe for inaking rich mince pies
"Eight p, u:1is of 1-cef, one poundi
.-Uet, two l inds curr .1' ,t i, o p ,
ralils', one h.,lf pech appes, t wo
ounes gromnd clovet-, t wo oinces all
SpiuO, one hallf onnce of macei, onef
ounliCe Iutiegs, thre quirter pound
citron, one quarter pound cinnamon,
cic. t poultla sugar, ha ilf a gall on
sweet cidar, cight lemonS. *
Thoso of our merchants, mlihaies .
and prufessional men who dcsire circu
lars, letter and bill-heads, earls,
blanks, &:., will consult, their inter
ests by having their work done at the
NEWs and l.:Af.) ofilce.
We have just received a nico stock
of the above materlial for printing
and are prepared to do all work at
The hai r i5 now orn in pufh above
Th~e liute.t oar rhig 'sa crystal snail
on a lea f of frojsted sil1 ver.
/A solutioni of anlt petre, two outlcos
to a galIoni of watr , will de.stroy the
striped sqa:4h bug.
.ce. .Alr. .erry, of thle E'piscopal
Chuirch at Gainecsville, Fltorida, has
asccepted a1 call to LCamdenii]c, S. C.
A prettier comaiphm aent could hardly
bet paid t hanr that of the French poet1
tialoppo D'Oinuaire. Inivit ed to
dled bate fa lady's albumi he wrote ars
IfI, ihi this book, still vi rg i whiite,
Y'ou would have given to your sighlt
ISomei gc.Ie(ful Iword, purie thlought~ to
N hing is ai e r, indeedii
IDo you dictate, and I w ill write.
High heeled Oxford ie's, made of
silk or kid to inlatch tiho color of' the
d1ress, are' tihe fuorie choe for horise
wear with the ladies.
A young Tndianan a i propos'' to
six younig ladies j ust for f u1, and11 was
constierably anniaoyed by beinug ne
eepJted by all of themu.
S trongetna minds1[ are. oitfte those
Iof whomn the w ,rbl hear.l- lead:,
AB,'iK IiORSE MULE.
i usil, 1airin .. Connemay, S. C... i n
Thurday ightJann ,lini, 187.., a
high. dI years old. A ii beri'l re rdt will be
paidl or h,4is rcovery.
Ijan 17-xltl TI. P. MICII ,rL,
Pro.u DAN TO lII:laa.A. ---From
Chalto to 10 lableu.nega. from thie seabtoar id
to he nontahs can be seen~ a mrkedI
IlO'impovene1n ini lie sityle of biidein.gs. ini
the Iast lPvo years4. Yl i'lages. ai n f 41m
hoeiis nil peentl aI liore elegant and comi
foiriabele 2p, enri:Iance. Thle reua'on is w ell
kno1wn. I 11 ibecaiuse inl that1 peio d I he
8. (i. jan lG-im
U-MtATv2 iso .rn A llan -W hen the hair
censos to' draw from tn he scalp 1the nat urnl
lub,ihhan t which is its sus~itenanoe, its vitali
13y 1., ats It. we.4( susp$erde:'ld, andii if nio,
paronquly atteinded to, b.'ldnecss wvill ho Ihie
certain resuilt. Theu' one a tro amethod oef
avoithnig such an ulnpleaant, ctanstropiho
is to uso3 Lyoni's Kth airon, wvhi ch, whelin
well r'ubbed into the scalp, will speedilly
re-animlat o t he hiair anda ptrovent it fromi
fallinig ont. lesidles (Iha 1, thIiis i nimi abde
reus 'chi ant. and. at rengi henter of thle llail'
tnaurishecs anid stimiulateCs its younaig and
I eler fibres, romov es all obsi acteS 10 he'ir
growth in 1 th hape of' dIarlf and11 dirt,
anOil Lhi 111 nely r~lu1m 11 um w cro hair,
i-tronge'r; to ssler and twice as abundant as
the old. As hair e'i 1 t Is notably
the most. agroable, refreshlilg and Service
able artiolo olver placed dpot a dressink.
M'fiptonii of 'Liver Complaint and of Sois of
the Diseases Produced by it.
A sallow or yellow color of skin, or yel
lowish browin spots on the face and other
.uit'ts of the body : dullness and drowsitness,
with frequent headache; dizziness, biller
or had Inste in tmontli, dryness of Iltroatl
an-i inet nail heat ; ifalpitation, inI ma'116y
case i a ry, teastig coiigh, with sore threat
uistaly appetite, raIising of foodl, choking
szenistion in thro-it; distress, leaminets,
or blotel, or full fee'ling about stomach
and siiele, paIn i tidi', back or brogst
!%and i boul shotildlei s : colic. pain and 'tore,
news iit'orog howels. with heat ; const-pa
tion. alt erin i ne w it freq'tont attack.- of
diiarrho;. piles, 1I.ilence, nervousnieps,
coldnatess of extrettites; rush,. of lo't t
Ili ih . ail, with symtptontsq o'1 'pp' olemy,
nunhness of, lilmb. especially att night;
ci'ti tilt a ulerua wtith .hot, nilhes,
k Ifn-- a d Inrinatry diflicuiltes: femailt
bi iy and. uomy lorettintgs. Onuly a fv
o! nhov-em symptom likely to be jrefent it
itny vavse at. (,loi thue All who tse Pr
Piece's Alt. 'x'. or Go)dncl Medincil1 Dis
eC.'ery r . c*iv I.plit nn1141 it Ca m
plie-ien<.ner lav ad in in p e'O Soli 16
all lir I :1 h t b t1gi.ts. jan ..I-I
T16 Celebrald Pertllizers,
1:' *FOR S.-ILN L R Y
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.,
.illl 'tt's iii IIcillers ill i iilos;10s;
118 Pay SI., Sarannah, Ga.
1">1 East Pay, Chtarrston, S. CF.
It. 1, Elliott & t o., Agents, Winnsboro
ittil & Clond, Agents ilidgewny, C. C.
For futrther information app'ly or addiesi
as itbove for Alminno for 1872.
Jan 16 .:.mI
r1li. tundersigied Ia this day associal a
1 with him is lirther UILLIAM C
tEiA I Y, tutier the firm unmio of BEA'TI
& RilOTi ER, anad 'will continue lheA Mer
citaile huriness at the same stand.
Jan. I i I 72 JAS. IJEATY.
lIactl, atnd 1)nv Sartr MBA+,
SA t. large sacks,
Cor. :t, different grades,
SuruAnt, all qutalit ies,
Mou..Asas, N. 0., Muscotade anil bulad,
FPiot It, in bt wrcle,
Fr~out, choicest quali(jr,
LAntin, int lin cani,
llAus, betst cantvtassed,
Atu nasortmetit oif Sloe.:', Shtblf Ilar'd
wra ie, Zx es, Chains, lments, Shtovels
pat Ies, Matntre F'orks, IIl'rse and Muli
hoes~t, Nn ilk, Potwnrte, Petrtoleumt, Wooder
au-l Titnware A xle Grense, Soitps, Concen
ti-ated Lye, &*o.
W1iashinug our jplant in fariends a good ctoj
year nntd re'nunerta t~sinag prices, withI a do
sire to serve tem, we are tuly,
jatn 1I IEATY' & D311.
(Oil Yes, Oh Yes, tememcaber that theo lar
jgest, itettieat, ttosl attractive antd
best assort ed stocki of Confectio-tarices, Faii.
ry (itod Toys, Fire ta otks, 'ifid
Nico Thtitg. genia'olly, is now opened
at A. P. .dillet 's Confe'ucaionary, whecre
p aret I, friendsm, lovers, sweet hearts andi
every bedy cani fid overy]lttg to ptleasa
th'e eyes or ptalate. and cann schefL ChIt~.
tits presentts thtat wvill please the most fas
in the Toy department, Ite feels p'effedt
ly satisfied of pleasing t he little folks, and
In. Confect lonaties, 1f4 oftn't !ie efeelled In
any market in tihe State. An early call
fi'om those itn need of goodsinjis lino .1.
ruiettede~, na It will enable liim' to gIVE
bottortstsfaction than Ito can possib'ly gIVE
dttring the rush of Christmas..
Come early and often, and Miller will be
sutre to Hell yout jut what you 'want, both
ini tjaa irty ar.d muatty
Christmas and New Year.
oih'tio Dry Goods, Fanoy Goods, Trim.
mings, Iloslery, Gloves,Not ions. ,Switch
ei, Chignons, Du$s.tles, Hoops, .porsets
,\addIng, qIaks, Shawls, Fars, Blankbtq
Quilkep, Umbrellas, Trtunke, &o. I
A new supply of Millinery, Hat*, R1i.
honls. Volvets, Feathers, and a variety of
things for Santa Claus.
Confectionaries, Candiep. Cake in varie.
ty. Candy Tioys, llisias. Nu- , Fruits,Pea
nuts, Chesnutas, l'rize Boxezs, &o.
ANI*8s on Hand.
Full stock or Flour, MenI, Grist, Sugars.
'offees, M .la4gss, Syrupa, barrels, half
ba:.rrels naaad kits Mackerel, Lnrd. Dry. Bat
ndta $1m1oked Bacon, Shoulders, llama, Ker
oseno Oil, Poliah. Soaps. S4da, spices,
Hsxenaces, Candles, Stitch, Powder, Sha,
Clips, Cigar-, Smoking anal Chowing To.
bacco. Boota', Shoes, lias. l'aps, Crockery.
'iwnre. Woodenware, lardware, &.
Irb16h .And Sweet Potatoes, Onions, and
iarintus other articles.
dec 2- 1it J. . O 40.
WOODWARD & LW,
BELLING OFF AT COST!
Bril wctld announce (hAt 4Hah Iueint ad
dit!ons ko thclr stbok 6
They are preisared to offer fnducere'entu
to cash purclaeii',
A lot of Saddles, B'dggy and W~god ar.
ness, Bridles and births, offered extremely
Speoisl allention called to our tio9k of
Clothitg, Finei Cassimere Suits going al
A lot of very fine Family Flour, Sngai
Cured lIams, beat Green aud DflMik Tea,
Canne-1 Peaches, &c.
WOODWARD & LAW,
J .D. .Mc CAR]LEY
FINE Imported Brandly, Wine, Rum,
Wh'liskey, Ale, and 2 bhls. Old N. C. Corn
Wiskoy. Give inc a call and try it.
A fine lot of Sugar Cured llama, Shoul.
dors and Breakfast Strips.
Itenmember I hold forth between the twc
"Wandea ing Jews.
Choice Flour In sacks and barrelsj
Al' Grdes Sugafs1
Colloe and Tea,
Stugar tU(aredl Ilains said Bacon,
Mackerel in kits and barrels,
Ntsw Otleans and Cuba Molasses,
if ohey iDrip ind dolden Syrup,
Willi Wine ami Cilder Vinegar,
Canho~d Ntaches, Co'n,
Tomaioes, Ofsters, Fish,
Bold at the I~t prices for OA Si! .
jan 2 .0. R TIIOMP$ON,
YorkViIIe; 8. C.'
The firlI dessio'a ot t'l.e School
Year of 18'72 will begin on the
1st of February, and end on the~
- 80thi ot .1iinb.
T R3)sj: -or Sohool Fxpenses,
i. e., Tultiofa, Board, Washing,Fuel, Lights,
Books, Stationery, &c., $I835 00, payable
Circulars containin g full In formation may
b6 tibttted ugioff applcadion to
Car,. A. ('0OWA RD,
dee 16il Principal and Proprietor.
AdIWTrIpoli anid Eifforg
WT ILL known to jewellers and silver~
VTsmiths as a superior and economical
artipte for olepnin'g au'd burmis8rg Gold,
Silver, Copper, Steel, Britannia and ether
Metals, and also for cleaning Windows,
Mirrors add Glailsware. For sale by
sept6a uMcITRe & .
18KifN i &OBERTSON'S.
1n barrels, halt barrels, quartker barrels
and kits, all grades Flour, Bacon, Lard
Rams, Molasses, Cheese, and Maccaroni
Boots and Shoes, Hardware and Crockery
ugarO ees . . Teas,
BAGGING AND 7 8.
liighest market prises paid f. r 'otton
Liberal C,4SI advances made o'n '.si'gn
ments. Coliin shipped to Now York.
Boston, Charleston, Livearoot, and JA
KET!HIIN & ROBElRTSON,
CONGRBSS ST R''.
Wilillgton, Columbia & AugustA
ONrIO OXW'L FauOnT a TicRT AU'T.,
WILMINGTON, N.C., Dec. 18, 1871.
Via Columbia, S. 0. and Wilmington, N. C.
The attention of Merchants. Shippers of
Cotton and Produce, and the Publio gene
rally is invited to the Direct Connection now
existing betwepen all interio' points in
South Carolina and Northern Cities, by the
Wilmington. Columbia and Augusta Rail
road, and its connections at Wilmington,
either via Steam Ship Lines from that Port,
or via Wilmington and Weldon Binilroad,
cnd its connect ions via Portsmouth or PI
The various lines cnne'dn at those
terminal points, afford facilitois for ship
ments to, or from
New York. fiv times per week,
Uniform rates are maintained with all
compeling lines. .No detention occurre to
shipments, Throuoh Bills Lading given he.,
tween all stations and points namei4.
hates and olassitiontion sheets obtained of
''he Paspenger schedule of Night, Trnin
fom, aild Morning ' .ain into 41olumbia,
gives a superior connebtion for all points
on Greenville and Columbia, and Charlotto,
Columbia and Augeta. Itailroads; giving
a Bay Line conneqt ion vifa Portsmouth, and
an All Rail Conifctions via Wilmington, and
avoiding all delsys at Columbia.
Through Tieobla on sale at Columbia t0
all pointo North.
For rates, elassification and all informna
tion, apply to
8en'l Freight and Ticket Aent,
J.,C. WINDER, Gon'l Superintencut..
Peach and Apple Brandy
hINE old Melloi Applo and Peach Bran
V dy, Just received by
It. J. MoCARLEY.
0INS fre a-ivals of nlco things for
A. P. MILLER. Among the latest, Is a
beautiful assortment of' Cupid~s, Wine Jlot.
ties, white and coloI-ell Wax Fioivers. Otum
Leaves, Grape Leaves, Gold Sile er Leaves,
together with a fresh tsupply .of sweet Or
anges, A pples, Bananas, Cocoanut Candy,
Chocolate Drops, and many other~things too
numerous to )nention, but which I will take
pleasure in ElioSI to thy friends and cus
deb 14 A.P. MILLER.
To thie Ladid.
T iIE subsoriher has juti, returned with his
second supply this Fall of the bartkest
and best assortment of Dry Gooda ever of
ferest In this market, they are in store and
must be sold, loinets, lsts*, Fuart1 Cloaks,
S9hawlm. Flannel Shirts. lankets, Table
Linen and Dontestic Goods of all kind.
I am daily receiving the 11nest.e Redy
Made Clothing for old and younyg gentle
men ever offered in this mar. et, no enst om
made can snrpss, or but few can equal the
style and finish.
I sell the best at lower rates than
hose who don't, buy from the mianufact't
Shirts dnd Dra~oerg.
A fuill assor-iment always on hand.
Gloves, Leather, Buck, Kid end Cloth;
Paper Collars and Neck Ties of all sta les.
Bouots and Shoes.
I have on hand ror laudies and gents the
most Fashaiombhle, 8tylish, purah'o and
Cheapest stook otfet os~, Shoes and Oaiters
in the State,
gugar,Col'ee, Teq, Fish, Chue p9. Sar-'
dines,'Devil led 11am, Qy sters,' Co 0( ish,
De villed furkey, R aisins, Ctirrents, ClIfron,
Mire~ron},, Candiesj I Preserved Poaches,
Pig Bugar Ct'ared lHams, Fine Cream
Cheese and Gesheb Blutter.
A fine assorf went of Crockery at the
very lo.west prioes. F. ELDER.
E would ro -pelfuily cAll tio attention
of 1loe people of Fairfield to our
Boots and Shoes, &o.
Hats and Caps,
All (loods at (ho
They on be bought at in
Any Market of Our State.
Every lit.o of Goods Full and'tlomple(.
Give oltr St(ek a Look.
LADD BROS. & CO.
W1 oar loads White Corn,
80,0000 lbs. White and Siuoked C. it'
D. R. Flenniken,
CUARlLES A. DANA. Edita
A Newapaper. o tho Present Times.
Intended for People Ne0w on Eath.
inotading Farmsre. Meschanios, Merahants, Pto.
hailonai Men, Workers. Tinkrers, and all Mda.
hor of H oost Folks, and ShG Wifes, abns, ad
Daughters 8t all al.
ONLY ONE DOLLIAE A YEAR I
bwB IltlblLBD COPIES FORL 355,
Or le than One Cent a Copy. Let thero be a
.50 Club as every Post Offiee.
OEMI-WBEKLY BUN, 89 A YEA R,
of the samo site and general character as
TEE WNBKLT, but with a greater variety of
intseottaneous reading, and ternishing the does
io itsenubseribers with groater freshness, beesseo
it comos iwlee a week instead oftonce only.
. HE.DAILY SUN, O6 A YEA~I,.
A~preominen i eadablo new sppr with Sb
pOiet, anc earese in phbli os. All the nse
00 sas anionthaor 50 a rear.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
.d'UE DIOLLAEt WkREKLY tUN.
FW40 eoies, oe year, eepraiad dre sed
T~iot e n ear,e aertely addressed (aad
(an an estr COpy o~ the ge u oi rese
onearto one ares t hoeub,
- Thirty-threo Dotiare.
6ltiy15on eyer te eu o
On ndre coinonyar, to sone address
club). Nitty Dolars.
dressed (and (kDailyfurone 'ar torahe
up of elab), Sixty D@Iad
TilE SEDII.WEEKLY SUN.
Five copies, one year, aeparatel addrese. -
enxiu copy to getter p of5 c -u..d
* EN) YOUR MONEY
w a ost~ r e orir ahok on r draftseon Wew
letters eontaiing.money. Addrce
R Y' anaihoril y of tho lasot will and testa,
Sment. of Samugl Sterling,. decensed, .1
will expose io: piblio sale at the, hate reel
donce of the deceaed, on Wednesday, (he
17th day of Jantiary nexI. all (he Real antd
Personal Estate qf theo said Sainuel Sterling,
lately ih thie possession of htis widow Mrs.
Margaret . Sterling. The said real estate
consisting of the lornoestfad and a Wzn
Castles Place adjoining, and containing
about #00 acres.
Termis of Sale.
For tbe Personal property, cash.
For (lhe land ono-fourih erash ; ihe bal.
ance on a orodit of twelve'months, with in.
ferest fromt date. tPeenrert by note withs good
sureties and amortgage of thie premnises.
JOhIN A. MA RION,
December 28, 1871. xecutor.
jan 2..x32 3
Es Wi NE ER & C0
Has just. reoeive a lot. of' extra A'n. put&
APPLE EERAND Y;
which ho guarantees to be genuine, atid
will give satisfaction to all lovers of Good
I box Turish Prumes, 26 cents per lb.
10 boxes Drum Figs, assorted elses
1 Keg Malaga drapes.
moko d a Toklengues.
I barrel Choice red Applei.
5 barrels assorted Craokors, fresie
5 boxes Fancy Wes,
10 quarter boxes of Candy.
10 quarter boxes of Raisin
Curr'nts aid C1rc0.
26 lbs soft sholl almonds.
Pulverized Sugar for Icing.
Grannlated Srgar for making Cakei.
1tol'se'ord'; 1rerid Preparation.
Extra hue Family Flour In sacks.
Fliieapplos atid Engllih lbilry Chees.
Choice Smoking and Chiewing Tobao,'o.
Cili ani Biainiio our Stock.
T E GREAT FitENCH EIMEY
Dilamarre's Spocific Pills,
Prepared by Ognusoun & DUPONT, No,
21-1 Itiio Lombargi, Paris,, and highly
recommiended by thme~entie Miedi.
cal Facnlty ofi F!ance;
Are f he very .be~st iemedy in. nil oases of
Spermatorrma .o:-Sominal Weaknesil:
Nightly, Dailyor,. I rematuiro Emissiona
Sexual Weakness or 1:opoteynoy; Weaknom
arising from Beoret Iiabits anm~ ,Sexpal Ex:
cessos; .lelaxaiion.of lbi e ni li rgans;
'Weak Spine.; :"Limo" ox' W1rlok dmst." de
ptosite in t~bp Ihripo j Milk. Illsoharges,
&c., andyl limte ghastly tran o fSymptoar.
arising from Overuse or Excenecs.
They ours when all other remed ies fnxI.
Fumli direct ons in every box. ,
l'rio $1 peor Box, or 6 Boxes for $L~ ..
Sold by thoe. principal, Druggists, or wjj
be sentby mai, securely .sesled from ~
observation,,by eraclosin price to thme Sole
General Agent for Amer 99 JOBl AO8E, -
18 Cortlandit 80, New 'tork. .Pambhiets of
advice sent free to any address.
Bryan's Puintonic Wafei's
nre unfailing in tihe cure of oughs,Cd.,
Aschma, Birenchltis, Sore r Il.1oars
nosa, Difficult -Breathing, ,In 6:x -
sum pti-m.nnd DliseastihA f t mtfj
hayco ro laste.pf mqdiping,. an~ ,any..ohmI.
w.'ll takn them.' Thig~ g i bqx pnt'l
stored to healthi, t ist, had befoyo des aire
Tlestimonmy given in hundreds of cases,*~
elngrle (lose relievs in lea !iilnyten. Ast.
for Bi~Y4AN'DLUt;M0NIC WAFR
Chaldt),00hml and .Aug u
COLNirA, ume j, 81:
Snuaf, Jine 1.
D)AY TRAZ -2otNd 6R z.
Leilve Anigusk, at . b.1 >n
S Columbia,,8. .''8.26 p ,
''Wiiibo e, 10.27 n s.
".Cieetevi-...., ~.- 12 25 p A,
Arrive at Chaerlotte, N. C.. 8.00 ia
NJCi TR It---OtNS 3155*3.
Leoavo Augu~sia gi .8.00) p 6'
" o 06b inia 11.2tij. .:
" Wlnnsboro, 1.27 a 'io
" CC ester, 3.09 ea una
Ar'ive a~ ClarlIote, 6.80. a
,DA7 TSAI-OsM dosoUrE.
Leoave Charlotte, N. C. at 7.80
" Chester, . 10 15 n
" Winnsboro, 12.00 p 'n
" Coluimbia ,2.80J r -n
Arifve at Auignsta 7.60 iy of
Leeve Charlofie, 8.10i
" Chesteor. 10 80 i. -*
' Wlnnsboro, 11.69) p '-~
", Colunibia, 2.28 .e iin
Arrive at. Augusta, , 7,go . .
. E. I'. A L1* ljtDNR, Hops
E. . Deiasi, Geesal T(.k'6& A ege
Notlqoi Ivr .
Ammadiedu rin~g the pmasnt uea'4'n. are hi.
by notfietsa( afmir tjme 14e, day of- J -
usry next, our books will be closed em/
' hat all notes and1 accouths due us w lj
turned over to'our atr.seg for colieet,
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