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$ 1lot Oi-iafe saieat
this obe1 66 1 be teaiundred,
JtqaIuvned at this offlce A4 days of
Publication. Price only five cents a
Etiwan ertilizers-W. M. Dwight,
Mouatalu utter-U. G. Desportes
Iro. and Steel - MoMaster &
Arrival of Groceries &.-U. G.
Depporto & Co.
Vin'iga -U. G. Desportes & Co.
Just received--D. R. Fleniiken.
Fresh Arrivals-A. P. Milldf.
White Corn-Boaty & Bro.
North Carolina Shoes-U. G. Des
portes & Co.
Mr. J. Folder Myeis has retired
from the editorial chair of the above
paper and is succeeded by Mr. A.
'Winneboso Cotloss Market.
lor the post two days 142 bales of
Ootton have been hold in this market
at tpriceI Taging frpw 18 jo -20
Cents. Middling cotton would bring
Atlantilc F4kosphate Company.
Messrs..Beaty A Bro., are the local
ageqis for the above company. Our
citisens will find thehe gentieien re
liable at4 spfe to'.deal with in. overy
V Sheeting Afihlia ,
Wa11abe Williams, colored, was
deverelyshot in the arm -Saturday
night by Mr. R. D. Nolick.
The shootIng occurred during the
progress of P row. of qomie' kind or
'othei, the particula:s of wvhich we
have not yet obtained..
Monday being'asles day, quite a
crowd of our rural friends were in
Wown. - One tract of real estate
thaiged hands ' untei the Sher.
if's hammer, as also some live stock
At augtIon sale.
As 'we w'ere not very "flush" of
'sp6bh' "we made '
V'A otse an
Our readers wil * b r14,by re or
ing to our advertising oolumns ItI
Ding another line of business, and is
preparing, to-compete with other wer
har .hert line. w -
'j0su" rean Te 0i in b i
bpending. your cash elpewhero.
WIurrab Wba "Fi-esld iddsea,
Mr. N. i. Brown is the champion
bhuvasser for the Carolinian. We
learn from that paper of "yesterday
that he has seat it twenty stibioribors.
Col. T. aaye Mr. Brown "knows how
to canvaseo for a paper as well as'heep
a hotel." So say we;
"Friend Mark would it, not be *e11
To have some o lifen. abell 2"
Attention is callbd ttl the adver
tIliout of B. 1F. Payldsdui & Cr;
They have at bl64 fdL ofi nda goodsj
*bish thdy difdr ilt reaslinabe prices.
*6 have bedn reqdiested by Messrb.
inisman & iowelJ; Agents for Mapbs'
Siipef-Pliosphate, to eorfe6t thie terms
as atated in their eiitigemnent. The
ptlai of Mabiei~ is:t Cdsh, add $50
puagable ist INovdmber; 1872.
Mr. T. fl. Rabdrtsuu . is the Local
.Agent; for the Map~es Compiany.
khersonnai Propett Est Falf
.No. of Horses, 1298, value $126;.
No. of Cattle, 9371, value, 121,
N~o. of Mules and Asses, 2dd, val
No. of Sheep and. Goats, 2504, val.
No. of Itogs, 10308, value 37,605.
No. of Gold and Silver Watohes,and
i'late, 691, value, S2,0sd.
Piano Fortes, Melodeous or brgans,
129, value, 14,60.
No. of Pleasure Caarriages, 1484,
No. of Dogs, 2238, valiue, #0i0.
Average value'of property apper
tamning to Merohandise,' valoo, 125,.
average valne of properfy. spef
tairring to Manufacturing, 10,945.
'Value of Manufacture4 Articles on
hand for 1 fo'ar' or more; and of En
gines, Tools, &e., 1 0,5'75.
Value of Moe, Including Bank
Dills and Circulating Notes, 84,60.
Value of all CredIts; 2833,060.
Value of Stocks of ad~y Company or
Corporation Cof this State, except
National Banks, 9775.
Bonds not exempt , from Taxation,
.Anunu.l valne of l tealaes, excep
permanent Leases, 8195.
ie 4f all other 6siobertyb $$,.
areigegito aeditor &Ge.
att ohe above statement.
The doliowlng is tn old Virginia
rcojipt -for ouring hams, said to be
"For 4poh hundred pounds of ham,
ten po'Uisc salt, two ounces saltpetre,
two pounde brown sugar, and one
ouio.*eed pepper,'and from four to
four and a half gallons of water, or
just enough to cover the hams after
being in a wator-tight vessel (or
enough salt to make a brine to Boat a
fresh egg high enough, ot out of the
water.) .From Ave to'six weeks ib
brine, hang up, smoke, and then put
in papers and bugged with the hook
turned down, and hung till wanted."
For a Corn.
The Vilmington, 8. . Star, gives
the following simple rebipe tor the
curing of a corns Try it and see whMa
vi:t'ui there is in it i '1Put two or
three mother of peafl blittdns-con.
monly called pearl buttons-in any
small glass or crockery vessel, squeeze
over them a tablespoon or two of lem
on juice. Let it stand all night.
Tlere will be a peculiar film over the
top ; take this and apply to the corn
let it-remain several hours. Should
ou applioition not be enough, repeat,
and th-e corn can be easily removed.
E is the most certain thing ever used
for this purpose.
rhe Amerlean Farmer.
The number for February of this
Ndrnal is at hand, well-filled with
matter for the farm and garden ap
propriate to the season. Every de
paitment of rural life is treated-the
staple crops, manures, live stock,
fruit-growing, &c. Published at Bal
imore, Md., by Samuel Sands & Son,
it $1.50 a year. We commend it to
The 14th, Valbntines Day, is ap
The "cold snap" continues. The
rees are pretty well loaded.
Dean Clark of Philadelphia is to
ecture on spiritualism in tjolumbia.
there wei e 29 deaths in the city of
Jharleston for the *ek ending Jan
iary 27th, of which 7 were whites.
Miss Jane Cameron, of Greenville,
won, accidently lurned to death on
L.ursday last a week ago.
The Charleston News 64s that El.
iot,. our black Congressman, is ap.
3oirited "major-general commanding"
he State militia.
For the infdtwmation of our readers
who, perhaps, hato permitted the sub
ect to esod p8 titeir attention, we will
atate thait Jdpiter has now ceased to
ao thh ibruaing sahi, and from this
itte tti August 20, will be "Star of
~hd evening, btiautifill star." The
planet Saturri will be the morning
atar till July 9th.
The I~hgislature of North Carolina
ias passed a bill tiffering $30,000 for
~he eapture of towrey and his gang.
A. good chatie for stithe brave and en
~eIpising lndividulls tb make a haul.
Idr. John Heart, says the Uharles
~dn News; whoe has beeri by turns,
~ditois of thie 4Jharlestoni Mercury,
Congressional printer, State agrioul
bural Siofnmiissioner, and secretary to
d~ovorntir Scott; is now employed in
ho Treasury Departmuedt at Washi
An old farmer in the Germantown
"Thre practice of doatiiig the bark
of fruil or ornamental ttees with
whitewhsh, iS etd that on noet tie too
sevemelf depreoated. ih to 0stru6-i
tion of respitoi-! okgansa and erifios,
whether effected by the application of
whitenadh or any othoft ddhedsive naa:
terial, always is a fruitful source of
disease, and in tie proted fatal to
the tree. When the bark becomed
rouigli o? enerUsted #iii isos; it
should bp eleaned by, scraping and
washing down thoroughly with a so*
lutktn of potadh 6r ioda in w~ter; sf-.
fording smoothness to the surface with
out obstructing the pores."
The follow idg t'ory dimple dirgotioin
id recomtkended by an *lechg
"To keep the hsods smo'oth; thef
should atway. b6 rizdfed in oleat *atet
after soap hait been used. it 1. *eI?
to use losf and loft *ater, avoid figj
how,*6r, the Use of yellow or bat
soap; and also thA colored castile ; bat
to prevent roughnee it Is necessary
that the hands should be rinsed In soft
waterj and then made thoroughly dry
on th6 towel: knd It is well to avoid
going out inb the cold dir6'otly after
wFashing. A pr'eper observandB of
these directions will always keep the
ci.e of the lst'geut eoal mines in
li ni. is dti f a ,
Mr. Editor :
rhai e UUnoubo U 1. it. Jaisd, A
a candidate for,8 8i of Fairfield Coug*
ty at the enWung tiot, 1bf oblige
nov 22-tf . MANY YVTB5$.
Dr. H. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Ye, so
proprietor of or.. egoe Ctatb tiend
has for over three years efeired though
nearly every newspaper In the United
States, a standing r ward of $500 for a case
of Catarrh in the hbad which he cannot
oure. That he has treated thousands of
cases and had no claims presented for tfi
reward. front any one who has made a
thorough use of his nionnsof oure, is strong
an concl.isive evidence that he possesses
sure means of curing this loathsome dis
ease. The Catarrh Remedy is sold by all
druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of
Pnaoons OF rua RUvoLoToN..-A new
light dawned upon Ihe world with the i
troduction of Plantation lIitters I .1 ve
yearn ago. Lrastic puirgation went It -
restoration and renoyvtion came in. The
eyes or .he people were opened to the great
fact that the way to cure disease Is to
strengthen ated support its victimle, hil to
place them at its mercy by depriving them
of the little strength thcy have. It noon
became evident :hat as a means of infusing
vitality iuto the feeble system, regulating
the Pecretions, curing intligestion, and re
forwing at bilious habit of body, no medioi.
nal preparation then known was at all en
parahle to tie new restoratiW. SInc then
hundreds of attempts have been inW.dA to
rival the BitterS. They have ill failed, nd
the Grand Revolution in Medical 'I t'.it.
.men t, wh ich was commenced in 1860, Is siill
in progress. Nothing cal stop it, for it, is
founded on the priticiple, now aniverially
ickiiowledige-. that physical vigor is the
most formidable antagonist of all huma
tiltimets, and experience hits shown that
l'lantation Bitters is a peerless invigorant.
fs well its the best possible safegilard
ngairst epidensio diseases.
MILIT RY AND COMMEilIAL
Boys pr ared for College or Business:
Seconld Sc ion begins February 16, 1872.
For catalo es and information address,
Oapt. W. 0OIT, Mayesville, 8. 0.
The 3reat Firo.
In CIiIItAG and the WEST by Rev. H. J.
Goodapeed, D. D., of Chicago. Only com
plete histo y. 700 8vo. pages: 60 engrav
ings. 70, 00 already sold. Price $2.60.
2000 agent made in 20 days. Profits go
to sufferer . Agents Wanted. H1. 8.
Goodspeed & C ., 87 Park Row, New York.
A oNNTs WAN VD -Agents make more
?. money at * k for us than at anything
else. Business Ii lit and permanent Par
ticulars free. 0. 'TiNsON & Co., Fine Art
Publishers, Porti nd, Maine.
Red Rust P of Oats $2 a Bushol;
Orchard Gras 8.60 a bushel. Send 8
cent, postage 9ta p and my complete
Priced Lists of all kinds of Grass seeds,
Field seeds, Garde seeds, Flower seeds,
Agricultural Implem "s Machinery. GOu
anos, Chemicals, Liv Stock, &c., will be
forwarded you. These Priced Lists contain
much valuable informa ion - as to time and
quantity to plant, &c. Mark W. Johnson,
Seedsman, '. 0. Box 30, Atlanta, Ga.
The Brown otton Gin Co,
NEW LO DOV, CONN.
Manufacturers of I e -,Brown Gin," Cotton
Seed itulleis, Ma hisery ant Castings.
Mianifacturers of larris' Patent Rotary
Steamn Engine-the est and cheapeast Steam
Engine ,for Iplant ion pnrposes. Cott on
gia makers and re Irers furnished with all
kitnd. of materini-s. Saws. Ribs, Pulhies.
B its etc., of an pattern, to order ut
short notice. Have ad1 long experience in
the business, and gen antes satisfaction in
every particular. 0 d~ers sohlted. Ad.
dress es above.
A sure ours for a distressing corn.
p'lant is now made kn n in a Treatise (of
48 octavo pages) on oreign and Native
iterbal Preparations. ublished by Dr.
0. Phelps Brown. Th prescription was
discovere by him in a ohi a providential
mat n ir th: t i.e ctnnot nsoienticusly re
fuse to make it known, as it has cured
u try body wl o hris used for Fl s, never
having failed in a single c so. The ingre.
dients may be obtaimed fro any Bruggist.
A copy sent free to all app cant s by mail.
Address Dr. 0. Phelps Brown, 21 Grand at.,
.Jersey City, N. J. feb 7
Iron and Steel.
PLIW MOU (.D8 and a large lot of HI ird
Iware. Also Turpentine 8oap, Plaid
Osnaburgs and Brown Homespun.
feb 1 McM A T E R & II RICE.
BEATY & BROW., Agent.
WV E are now prepared to fturnishi these
Fertilisers or order them to any Do.
p.t, in the County, ait the following rates,
Atirintio PfiosjlRfe $48 peor ton cash, or
$62 per ton p~yablo I st Novembor next,
free of interest.
Acid Phosphatle #20i per tot cash, or $81
ber ton pajable 1st Novembf 'next, free of
iratelbst. feb 6I-2m
,., Mountalfh B~tt6rP
M~fOUNTAIN BUTT it, rice, and fr6sk fo
10. YJe, 1. . AESPOR'kES & CtI.,
feb Corner No. 1.
ALOT of Breakfdst, S trips, Nacon and
Wife~i o eni; aro~ lt o *kon
feb I Jorner No.
Ag~ t. . N BLa8pN, EI4,Pob~Ite didg'A.
HJ IEREA8, James 3'eaty heth mna4e
VT 'Ailt to '6, t6' greit hiiW fLetter's of
Ad ~intstrri~ if the Edtat i nd efoect, of
Andrew Beaty deceased.
These are therefore to cit e jnhd adm'onish
all and singul'ai the' ki'ndled aid creditors
ef the peid Andrew ,Bpa~y,. deo'd, fBat
they be6 and ,appar, ~fore and, In the Court
of Probate1 to lohel , at Fair'eld .O6drt
liouse on (Be lth Febsruary next -~
ter publica'ti'on fh4'reof, ati 1e o'olt ikt
forenoon, to she~ cause 1f any tteyi hat,
why the said Ala liditdf6% shouldu~ a 'e
Given under m.f band, t61d t81h dfo
January, A.- 9. 1872i
Jan S0..n$i J. .1? 0.
-mTa Isa:,o- in
"A ELon Easid,
And though I have'lt the skill of
"A HEATHEN CHINEE,"
In filling my eleevl'6 with moes and bow.
ere, I am. filling ray Store withi &od Famil.
G R OCERIES
Aid aill $pepArdd 18 148.s bdOD
BAR6AYS as can be got in the markot.
A full liib btdb 0ER IE'* store and
t, atv 1 il, tfet dit~s.
todd Bushoii pritie WhiLe C"oi-i',
I Cat loitil ditAt ebd Oat,
BreakfAht 6trip lalon.
D. R, Flenniken.
TICKETS id thd tfONciHT
Fair and honest dealing i'i bry Iiootle;
Ilats, Caps, Boots, 8hoes, Trunk, &C., Can
be had at
DAVIDSON & C0'S.4
New Dry Goods Emp.riu'", no I door to
- Eliett & Co's.
0NE oar load just received and fr sate
fob 8 BlEA TY & BRtio
North Carolina Shoes I
\LOT or Shoes manufaolured in North
kCarolina, just received. Also a fine
tot of Jugw an I Jarq.
feb 8 U. 0. DE.SPORIB-S & CO.
3/rp~es Oangs Arrivnalionge
OV Pecns. *****"- -"""i~t.^'-"as
NO'fi, ngt&. shc d1fresh COndes.rai
feb 1 $P. lItI,E 1R.
Ehiwan I# rtilizeri;
W. N. Deighd, Aker(4,
1v alualo maanures or tib order them to
4'A'y depot in the Disirict
Iatiwan O'uano, $66-cah, $600om tieo
Etfwan Crop Food, $40 ossl., $46 on
Etiwan blesolvod Bon 4, $85 nh6 4
On hand a high.grade of Silwen O1d'6no
In 601b. sacKs fr gardening purposes. price
$2, 60 per sack. feb I 2m
?ioldate's Nainlj t89
V'*C0ff, 'Pd~talhe, oAllientrated Lye,
b)Axle Orease. Candles, Pickles, Raisins.
c".~ Po 4'*$9~.f a p. s . 6 g barrol of,
N.' yrur t~ior m Fic. :e ale.
We'as liba ei* d i Lde n
ritoon ifs, .
C okn, Bes n
Weaskc liie atterition d1 the Ladies and
he Public generally to he large and
cheios msorlment of he above goods,
which we are new receiving for the fal
XcX ASTERt & .BRICE.
PL ANTA TION
* Iron, S!etd,
- Eirnece, Halto:-,
Stretcher, Fifi 1,
Look, Breast and
Iharness, Back- bandis,
Well Buokets, Rope,
5aws, Iiammrera, &c.
O. R. T'homnpson.
NEW AlliVA LS,
J. D: McCARLEY'S.
1 Barrel ol 01d Cablnih llyo, 1860.
I Iirrei bldbkberry 11irandy.
I Barrel Ginger Brandy,
Ra*Nsej's Scoutcli' Wilekef.
Stuart's Irish Whiskey.
Also, a food stook of (Irocerles, consist.
Ing of Sugar, Couifre, Rice. Molasses, Ba
con, I~rdi, Breakfast Ptrfps. Eer Cured
Shoulders and flams, .Jars. PInk Eye, Early
Rose, Uoodrlck inad Peach Ulow Potatoes.
SA M now preparejt oki
the(1 iems hd best 10 d . woki
SS.work Is a i'a$a wnrrfinied.Thr
Is no necesasity to go out b'f townv to have
work done as I can mak ot good IJOO'.'or
SIIOB as ainy iodv. (dera soliciledl ret
fine work. ,' M. (JIi 1ERT.
feb 20 ly
LI al. (nk, Socho Books, hllan
cus Blooks. Also 1Nesh Gitdeh R ids andl
Onion Sets. A large lot. or all of above air
hao'es just received. .Plotorials and . lnga
sines always on iuand.
jn M MoM ASTER t fi 10.
each nT A~ie BrfJ
VhNE old Mel% hApple and Pnchk Brian
Ldy, just r6eelie~ by
-an R . J. MotA RL~if.
USHED, A, Deen. an'd Grannnrad Mtn
galt, Laguayra gna [Rlo('otfee,lioratio Young
Hyuon Tea, ~Idscoyndo and liee' 6:s
Mholasses,' Pepper, Spice, (auger, Nainueaga,
(Jl'owes Ewd t'inflon. MuarJ' ('how
Ulfow', tI4brin'. lldokerol, 10T.3 and fatl
fainily. WhIte Fish. Elx'ract Vanilla, Lemn
on, Cream Tartar. .Qinger snaps. Lomn:
Oraokela, Soda Cjrnek'ers Choice Factoer
Cheese, Pow de,, Elhot (3. D., W. P. and
feb . . G. D)ESPOR11R, & CO.
Vt egar ! Vinegar!
2 9, Cholee A phpnggar.___
Jan80 . . U-. G D ACQIfEd& CO..
usenke . -Co
jan . 1400'1 .CO
A h:N, lV I N O.
IIACN, and Dat SArtr MAAT,
.'or'r.'., did'erent grades,
8 ti %n, all qualities,
\iO.A8ts, N. 0., hMuscovado and Cuba,
Pa.o rn, in eaoku,
Vi.oun. an barrels,
V1.ou, chaoiqest quality,
LAtIn, in (in cans,
Ih^>h, hest canvassed,
It ctu, best Carolina.
An ossortment of Shoes, Shelf Hard
ware, Axes, Chains, lames, Shovels,
Spades, Manuro Forks, Hores and Mule
Shoes, Nails, Potwaro, Petroleum, Wooden
an'l Tinwaro Aile Grease, Soaps, Loncen
trated Lye, &e.
Wishing dir pli~tihg friends a good crop
year and remunerating prices, with a de
sire to serve them, we are truly,
Jan 11 BEATY D 13110.
U.. ~ ,
m7! CA -
13I Pi 1 * t-; !In.
-e 0 Oe
E. We OLLEVER & 00.,
lias just received a lot, of extra tine pure
AP L.E Bit A.ND Y,
which he guarneed to be gtins, and
will give satisfa~Iblan to all I16vot-s of Good
HEAR! HEAR I
(V1 Vosq, Ohb Yes, remnember that the nr.
7gnat, prettiget. most attractivo andi
best assorted sto'ok of C!onfecgtio-invies, Fan.
cy Good.s, 'a oys, Fire ii ofka, and
Nice Thisngs gena'ratly,, is upw opened
at A.1 l'. diller'e Confeetinnary, where
pare' .a, friends. lovers, sweethiearta and
everybedy can faird everything to pleaso
the eyes or palate, and cian solnet, Christ.
ma. presents that will plearse the most fas
JIn th t Toy departmen~t., lhe feels perfect
ly sat istgod of plcasit:g the little folks, andl
tn Confgeinaries, hoe a't be excelled in
any market, in the State. An early call
f-rn l~hOle. in need of goods in his line is
requested,*.s It will enabuie him to give
hectter satisfpction tharn he can possibly give
during tho fuvh orChyisias.
Comon early and riftetn, and Miller will be
rure to sell you just what you want, both
in quantiiy andl quality.
SI l1EElPECTFUlLY in
formt the citizens of
m uisboero and Fairtield Distriet, that I
have jnist returned from New Yorli and
t'inve put obised a full assortment nf Watch.
es. Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacles, &c., and
will seil at the lowest. prices, and would
respiec fully nsk the contmuanneo of the
pat roninge of my old friends and coalidfors;
All goods warranted as represe td' I Am
prepared to do'all kind of Watbh and Jew
.'lry work and have always ri ~ . a3 took of
go1d material on hand, and, wia -gua'rantee
setistaction. All wtork wnrra');ted.
CliiARLES Mt!ULLER f,
flec'nd door from Col. Rilon's Office.
13RINOS fr4*1f IOrivals of anice thiiugs for
A. P. MtiILE. i/nong the latest is a
beautiful assortmine'of Cttpis, Wine 1t
tles, *lhite and colored Wax 1flowers, Gum
Leaves; ($iapo Leaves, Gold Silh er Leaves,
tiogether with a fresh supply of sweet Or
angis, Apples, Bananas, Cocoanut Candy,
ytjoolate Drops, and m~ny oth'er (h'ings too
nlumerous tp mentien, but. whieh I vil take1
pleasure in showing to my failene and cue.
dsef ' . 4, u MIJ1nR
WOODWARD & LAW
SELLING OFF AT COSTt
But Wouild announce thiat 'Wilh ieeen, di
dlitons to their stock of
rThey are prepared to offer faduoements
to cash purohasers.
A lot of Saddles, Buggy and Wagon IHar
ness, lridle' and Girths, offeied ext-emely
Special attention called to our s*'ock of
Clothing, Fine Oasalmere Suits going at
A lot 6C very fne Family Flour, Sugar
Cured ams, best drooet and Blaok Tea,
Canne-i P.aeche &e.
WOODWAR" & LAW,
I box Tukiish 1'rumes, 25 cents pe Ii'
10 b->xes Drtvm Figs, a'Esorted sikes
I Keg Mlaaga drapes.
8moked aid pickled Tongues.
1 barrel Choice red Apples.
5 tbarrels assorted1 Craokors, fresh.
5 boxes Fancy Cakes,
10) quarter boxes of Candyv
10 quart er boxes of Ra lain.
Currents and Cit roni.
25 lbs soft obell alinonds.
Pulverized Sugar for leii$
Cranulated Suigar fo'r rniaking Cakes.
Ilorseford's Broadl Pre'paration.
Extra fine Iamily 1'lour in sacks.
Pineapples and English Dairy Ch~eee.
Choice Smoking and Chewing Tobacce
Call an Examine our Stock.
BACOT a Co.,
Christmas and Newov Yeari
I) omositic D~ry Goods, Fancy Qotnds, Trim,
muin g, Ilosiery. Gloves ,Notions ,8wItch
3i, Chilgnons, Ihustles, llop, borsets
W~adding, Cloaks, Shawls, Fr; B nliei
auite, Umbrellas, Trrunke, &c'.
A now supply, of Millinery, Jlate, Rtib
hans. Velvets, Peathers, a ft d variefyo
things for Santa Claus,
Confedtinnvies, Candies, Cakelln varie
ty. Cnnaly Tofs, laislins, Nuts, Fru'its, Pea
nuts3, Chresnuts, Prise Boxes, &n.
Coffees, Masses, Syrups, barrels, half.
barrels and kits Maekere1, Lard. Dry, Bait.
and Smoked Bacon, Shoulders, llaa, Ker
useno Oil, j'otash, Soaps, Soda, Spices,
Essences, Candles, Starch, Powder, Shot&j
Caps, Cigars, Sioking and Chewing To,
bacco. B oots, Shoes, .flats, Caps, Crock ery.
Tin waro,* Woodenuware, H ardware, &o.
ich anda$weet Potatoes, Onions, and
various oghele attioles. , , ,.
dec 2-mu ., 0. BOAG,
IK R EP cnnstanily on hand extra hne'
I Eeoptuoky l(orrses and Mules. Parhies,
in want of good stook will do well to give
In connention with my ILhvery Btable, 7
have oponed a Carriage, Baggy and Wsg.
on Feotory. Alt work nsatly execud44 atd
wamnated, Give uio n, call.
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