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cotton h o b"A tibid .dhiimarket
at pric*s G a"6gW_1_ 4' 20 t ,.X
Etoquest Arrivals-MoMaster &
8herit, es-L. W. Davall 8.
P.esolution-Aubrey & Co.
Just received-D. I. Flenkiken,
Busine -is Busitiesse--B. I, Davi.
eon & Co.
, Netsr Coffee,Parche'd nUaroUil
--U. G. Desportes & Co.
Fresh Arrials-.. 0. Boag.
Ne* Arrivals-T. R. Robertson.
Sheriffsa 4s-4. IW. Duvall, 8.
Final Notice-Jas. Pagan.
Final Notie--T. R. Rubertson.
f 0011a 16 4 i4ual ocdn jnj a
tor [toa tiddn;it-,
I.r h .s ul reponsi
& , e efp'rg -an have o oontlo.
A ee Eittti QausaoDefteaid.
tioi~,$tI60 we havdreceived
th APpyf41. li'o& g
t(o:V .a- t to kl$%thd5N State
Covdatio,. 4rolke up ' nice little
gain that' 'bdertdin fellowe" idt Co.
lu bfai .Weire Irjyi . g toplays., rteeetne
th :;hW yintkdba ue
ba r,) is. peloulii to Ve sent- to the
Ph r~la4miphis Convention, and in or
de1' bgeletedk delegate, i ttying
to so& Aelegatf s in theoe oy o
ti4 6ndly t "hie liemst. -To d
this he hassentabuis runuorito dlfeMj..
en a of th-stiate to nianipulate
th .giag'The itriig, bp'.
SaW4r4ay0fro& -iColumbia 'brought to
tht' piade Stna~t McDowqll. and
M' m heb thr~eo* tais representatires
fr ith it' py;,dgecthltr with. the
no OUs ane ubley, and one or
two hangers on- who were to bring
about the election of $mart, MoDow
oil ' and. Moore as delegates. The
honeetworkifgeen frem the country
$sa through this plot, and "squashed"
Therp was quite a gatherIng of "the
faithfdl loyalatA" here la't Saturday,
the ocoaslon being a conivention of
thaco'it t elecf de ges' to tha
Radical State econtention, which
meet. in Colupabia the 19th, ;of~this
month, to send delegates to the Na
tional Itepublican Convention which
onvene in' 'Philadelphia 'next May,
axnd which will nominate Republican
cmnd~dates for President and Vice.
After considerable wrangling, and
a large amount of "big talk," the fol
lowing pesnswr elected fromt this
Counity to,.te Bao Conientlon Lii.
W. Davall, Henry>Jacobs, and Henry
Johnson, tho two last named colored.
The annonneenient of tbese namaes,
as elected, caused bitter disappoint
ment, so we have been informed, to
the "L~egislative Clique," who strain
ed every muscle to have thomselvqs
ehiosen as delegates, but who, we are
rejoiced tb' know,'were over whelng
ly d feated.
Oelone's 1olored wotide
will dos -lkewise in the Leglbftstive
contest next Oetober; they will not
only better their own conzlition, but.
advance the Interests of the State at
.Hon. Themass A. Scott, known as
the Railroad King of Pennsylvania,
pissed Jhrouagh this place Tuesday
morning bound bomiewar ds .Ho was
accornpanied by Mr. W. T. Walters of
1ltimore and one or two other Rt. R.
' We welcome to the~advertising col-s
uinas of the Nwvs our'old friend Dr.
Lauderdal~ k Nd~ubt be'Jsas seen
t fetat erof' of lie'iways la bbt 'ad
ver&ding, and now comes boldlyto
thk ft6in, afd: askeb khotvri to the
pR~Iple' nA atookl AgQdd he hR.
en beid. L~t all 'who degire gepulne
Attenttom "Melsela Pu e e., Va
peiinted, by GoVer1i' Soott to tbg
consandif lbe i~tiosal Guard of.
South Qarlna. by wbich' name thtp
ti. ka .P@bP1 ami p,. Pa
Lot tib Efti K) 9beidre. The
.The mapy lovqrs of ReaTl QFist will
Fe gratIfied to lern. that Mr.. D. R.
Flenniken has just receivdd his long
delayed bupply of that aviicle. Sup
ply youraelves while yor have the
Co4. stioa ' easw.
We were pleased to meet a few
day4 44Me0t-is formwr. .itisent of our.
Distriot, wbo,is now residing in South.
webteto Virginia. We are always
glad to see in our midbt our old
"rebel" friends, and we hope Col.
Moans may often have oooarion to visit
the land of his nativity.
Below we copy a small item from
Thursday's Journal of the Legisla
ture. We bollove it is the first time
the Ilon. Alf Moore has ever opened
his mouth in the flouso except to vote
and eat pinder.-,
yMr. lMore-''o authorize the Clork
of the Court for Fpirfield County to
dispose of a certain tract of land con.
taining 200 acres.
, Thos. B. Jeter, Erq., has been ap.
pointed General Superintendent of
: ) Spartaniburg and Union railroad,
and will, opter at once upog the per
formance of his duties.
: We are informed, says the Caroli
nian, that the real purchaser of the
Vnlori sddSpartanburg R lroad is a
Ring, of which Col.7 . J. Patterson is
he head. This we think very likely.
Jr. Patterson -Is the head and Mr.
Wortbington the foot, and somebody
else the body, and thus we go. What
matters if the State bleeds.
The Lowrey reward bill, we learp
from the Wilmington Star, has pass.
id both Houses of the General As.
sembly; and is now a law.
The Spartanburg & Union Rxil
ad was sold at Union Court Hoube
on Monday last for $450,000. Gen.
U. G. Worthington was the purchaser.
Sam White, colored, was hung in
Dhar'eston on Friday last, fur the
knuder of Wm B. Fiddia, at Oakley
Station, in October last.
The annual convocation of the
Grand Royal Arch Chapter of South
Carolina will be holden in the eity of
Charleston on Tuesday, 13th Instant.
It is reported that a personal diffi.
oulty occurred in Abbeville last week
between Mr. Hugh Wilson, of the
Abbeville Press and Banner, and Mr.
3. Walter Grey, in which the former
rceived a slight flesh wound by a shot
from Mr. Grey's pistol.
Iron rust may be removed by salt
mixed with a little lemon juice.
Mr. Wms. Forbes, of Charleston,
was fatally crushed between two cars
on the South Carolina Railroad a few
Colonel B. S. Jones has resigned
his office as Sheriff of Laurens County,
and John H. Little has been appoint
ed by Governor Scott to fill the un
A Charleston Jack Ketch, by the
name of Johnson, was expelled from
a thihitary eompany for officiating as
executioner in the hanging of Sanm
The Seed Establishment of James
Viok, Rochester, N. Y., stands unri
valled as a safe place from whence to
obtain 'reliable Garden or Flower
Seeds ; and to our friends desirous o~f
procuring seeds for the inconming sea.
son, we can safely recommend those
of Mr. Vick. Bend for his~ "Floral
Guide," a handsome parlor ornament,
sold for only ten cents, (worth one
dollar,): which will give you. all no.
cossary hformation as to how, when
and what to plant, with much other
valuable information. Address Jias.
Vick, Rochester, K . Y.
"Sarah, have any of those mis
chievous children been playing with
the piano while I have been ont of
to~ me of the keys won't sound
Sarab-"Please inum, I don't know
any thing about,it--lastwise, Master
T~ said the:re se somnethaing wrong
with it, wfhioh he was sure ilere was a
roosejin it. So he got Joe to holdl
np the teover, *hlle he put the dog and
the odt into It ; but Instead of catch.
In''tbyw aous,'muqmi they took to fight
in/ alid did wake such a funny noise
in among the. wire. ; e, maybe, mum,
the mouse is in there still, mumming.
A geutlega inpI se roj of atman to
do some *or' shet on'hid wMy a lady,
asked ier," "an you tell me where
I can a aman 1" "No, I cannot,"
*ktt'llqd, "for I have been looking
$hese twenty year. for one myself."
Ta'bord -has a Morp cheek contain
Mn=h1a distla'.Iars of corn.
Shierly Pare advises aI wome o
learn 1a9e mlb iRurenke , 'pofibf
broad or baA r011ept9to lHitv
Sbefpre.. p I
Iyou lisu - o, f e fty,W N W
roe likega, oa th3*ugh ,ou
A South Norfolk (Conn.) nan stoI
a handsome ible to gladden the
heart of his aged mother on Ohrist.
mas, but becoiing impressed with tre S
enormity of the offence, stole another
to replace it.
A locust bit a negro on the shoul
dur in Kentucky, bnd ho ba turned
white. All the uegries In tile State
has since been running *fter the lo.
oust to try to get it to bite them.
Air. IAditor i
Please ninotnce Mr J. R. Bt IYLE&, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Fairfield Coun.
ty at the enduing election, and oblige
no 22-if MANY VOTPRs.
Us9iscA-rr CutAvnuau.-This Is the
phrnse applied by iis Blacknese the Moor
of Venice, to the fair ladiel of Italy. It
was the lovely complexion of Desdemona,
such a radiant contrasti to his own, that,
won his heart; and sooth to sajy, evejy
man of discernment conmiders; a fair skin,
like a sweet voice, '-an excellent thing in
woman." Now this is a charm which can
be acquired. There is a healthful and odo.
riferous toilet atticle, known as 1lagan's to
Magnolia Balm, which literally transfig.
ures a cloudy or salow skin, suffusing eli
the discolored.f ice, neck, arms and bosomn
with a soft, pearly tinge, and imparting to
the surface a smoothness and a gloss lo
like that of pulishcd marble. In#tead of
ologging the pores, like the sticky enamels,
or contraoting them, and'thus obstructing
perspiration, like the astringent cosmetics, Cl
it cleanses the skin from all impurities and re
wonderfully improves its texture. This
peculiarity is partioularly appreciated by
our rura' belles. who find tMea coarseness
and roughiness, which country nir is apt to
engender. are speedily remved from their
facps, hands and arms, by this delightful
My friend, atop that terriltle cough, and
thus avoid a consuinptive's grave, by ising
Dr. Pierce'd Golden Medical Dispy;y --
For ouring all thirust, brouchial and lung
diseases It has never been equaled Sold ct
by- druggists. ,feb19.
THE GREAT FRENCH REXEDY
Delamarre's Speoiflo Pills,
Prepared by GAHANCITrIN & DUPONT, NO.
214 Rue Lotuhard, Paris, and hig ly
recommended by the entire Mel.
cal Faculty of France,
Are the very be-t Ileinedy in 4il cass of
Sperma .crhca or Seminal Weakness; N%
Nightly, Daily or I renmature Emissions;
Sexual Weakness or Impotency; Weakness
arising from Secret Ilibits and Sexual Ex
ceases; Relaxatini of the Genital Organs ; I
Weak Spine ; "Lio" or "Brick 'dust" de
l osils in the Urine ; "Milky Discharges,"
&c., and all the -ghastly train of. Symptoms
arising from Overose or Excesses.
The cure when all other remedies fall.
Futadirect ons in every box.
Prioe $1 per Box, or 6 Boxes for $5.
Sold by the principal Druggists, or will
be sent by mail, securely seoled from all
observation, by enclosing price to tie Sole
General Agent for Anevica, JOB MOBE6,
18 Cortlandt 8t., Now York. Pamphlets of
advice sent free to any address.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
are unfailing in the cure of Coughs. Colds,
Asthmn, Bronchitis, Sore Thro'at, Hoarse
ness, Difficult Breathing, 'Incipient Con
sumptiin and DiFeases Of the Lungs. Th
have to taste of medicine, and any ohlId
wI1 take them. Thousands have been re
stored to health, that had before despsred.
Testimony given in hundreds of cases.
single dose relieves in Ten MInutes. As k
for BRYAN'S PUhMONIC WAFERS
The State of South Ca~rO~Us.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
George HI. McMaster sit Admr., vs. Priscll
la Ketchin and eth~ers.
In pursuance of an order of Court,
made in time above stated cause, I will
offer for sale, at public outcry, to the
highp~st bidder, before the (ourt licus.
door inWlnnsboro within the legal hours
of sale on the first Monday in Marcb
next, the following described property, to
A lot, of land belonging to the estate o
Robert S Ketchin, deceased, lying, being
and sitnate in the Town of Winnsboro, in
County nand Stat. aforesaid, fronting on
Congress Street' in said Town, sixty-five
feet, miore or less, arid running back to the
eamtl.lise of a lot of land now o'ened by Dr.
William E. Aiken, and bounded by a lot, be
longing to Mrs. C. Ladd on the north, en
the east by said Congress Street, on tie'
south by an alley-way ten feet, wide, sepe.
rating this lot from a lot of Mrs. Regina
Gaduden, arid through which alley-way the
said Robert 8. Ketohin owned a right, of
way, which right of way will be sold with
this lot, anid ont the west by a lot of Dr. WV.
Terms of Sale.
One-third the purihase Money to bs paid
in Cash, and the balance thereof on a
credit of one anid t wo years, with interest
from (lay of sale, the purchaser to give his
bond with a mortgage of the premises and
to pay for all necessary papers and rove
Sheif'sOfooL. W. DUVA LL, S. F. C.
W innisboro, 8 0., J'eb. 9th, 1872.
feb 10- x2tl
Store to Rent at Ridgeway, 8. C.
APPLY to R. 8. DRSPORTES.,
jan 25 l awxawlme Ridgeway 80
Etiwan F ertillzers.. -
W. M. DWight, Agent,
18 prepre'd to furnish all grryles of the.e N
.valuable manures or to order thoen to
any depot in the District
Etiwant GOar, $65 casuh, $00 ontre
Etiwan Crop Food, $40 cash, $45 on i
Etiwan Dissolved Bone, $85 eash, $40 wi
o n time.
On hand a hI~h grade of Etiwan Ouano lit
In 501b. sacks for gardening purposes, price as
$2, 50 p sck. fb2m 0
North Carolina Shoes I
,J LOT of Shoes manufactured in North
'a Carolina, just received. Also A Oas
tot of Jugs an I Jars.
feb 8 U. . EPOR t'ES & CO.
J Planting Potatoes. O
fUST received thirty'bble seleoted Pota.
Jte. Early Bose Cio'drih, 0hth and
LLIN* OIT -o I
But would announce that pith tecent ad
lions to their sook of
DRY GOODs, -
they are ptpared to efer foducements
A lot of Saddles, Buggy and Wagon ifar
us, bridles and Cirth., offered extremely
poer.1 atfention called to our slook of
)thing, Fine Cassimerv Suits going at
4 lot of very fle Fpmily Flour, Sugar
red llame, best Qrpep an4 Dinck Tea,
nne-1 Peaches, 4q.
WOODWA10 & LAW.
F Apples, Oranges, Lemons. Almonds.
Peenns. English Walnuts. Brazil
its, C0ooa Nuts, and fresh Candies.
rob 1 A. P. MILLER.
HOICE GRD CERIES,
1 box Turlsah Prum eq, 26 cents per lb.
10 bogea Draim Figg;- assorted sizes
1 Keg Malaea Gr apes.
bmokcd anad pickled Tongueg.
1 barrel Choice red Apple.
6 barrels assorted Crackors, freshy.
6 boxes Fancy Cakes,
10 quarter boxes of Candy
10 quarter boxes of Raisina,
Currents and Citrin.:
26 lbs soft shell almonds.
Pulverized Sugar for Icing.
Granulated Sugar for making Cakes.
Hlorseford's Breadl Preparat ion.
Extra fine Family Flour In acks.
Pineapples and English Dairy Cheese.
Choice Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Call an Examnia. our Stock.
BACOT am c0.,
00D o rs, heS, Blinids, &C.
Manufaoturer and Dealer.
>. 20 ilaynse Street and Iloribeek', W'herf,
CHARLES TON, 8. C.
g& TJbls ls the largest and most eonm
sie factory of the kind in the Houthern
its., ans# all artiplesi i *1bi line can he
rnishedl by Mr. P. P. Teal. at, price,
dch defy co~mpeuition-.
8'- A pamphler, with full and detailed
t, et all slstes of Doors, iashes and Blinds,
d the priese of each, will be aant free
d post palf, ot.application to.
ely 11-17 Charleaten, S. C.
LW Iren and.Steel. ,
LWMOU LDS anid a Jayge lot of II ird.
wate. Alec t'utyintSoap,' Fild
mabrge andBrqwjjsepuuu 05
IAET, 305, Godvieb and Pink Ee
I .Jwmn 90REAPw&31a
Js. D. MccARLY'ser
4 Battel of Od Cabinet Rye 1860,
I Beryel Blaehberry 3Ersady. ,
I Baltol GInger Brady,
Ramsey's Scotch Whiskey.
Stuart's Irish Whiskey.
Also, a good stock of (drooeries, consist.
fag of sugar, Coffee, Ric, Molasses, Ba.
con, Lard, Breakfast etrlps. Sager Cared
Shoulders and Rams, Jars, Pina Mye, Early
Rose, Goodrick and Peach Blow rotatoes.
BEATY & I0., Agento
W EaTe nwprepre4 to furnish the$;
Pert ilise;9'rs or ordei them to apy Do.
p .t in the Cotinty, at the following rIs,
.% 'aItle Phosphate $43 por ton cash, or
$42 per ot payable 1s November next,
free of int er. at.
Acld 'hosphate $28 per Ion cash, or $81
per ton pnyable 1st November n ext, free of
i nterest. feb 0-2m
Wilmington, Columbia &AAugusta
Orrtos G4.'s. FUaiso & T?exkT-Ao''r.,
W'A. iMrNoN, N. C., Dec. )1, 1871.
Via CotUmlia, S. 0. and Wilmington, N. C.
The alientiofi of Merchants, Shippers of
Cotton nnd Produoc,'and the Publio gene.
rally is invited to the )irect Coiysection now
existing between all ifterior points In
South Carolina and Northern Cities, by the
Wilmingtot. Columnbia and Augusta 'Rail
rond, and its conneolions #0 Wilmington,
either via Scnam Ship Lines f'otiti48 Port,
or vie Wilminigton and Weldon Railroad,
snd its contections via Portsmouth 'or Pe.
The various lines connecting at these
terminal points. affor4 facllities for ship
mants to, or from
New York, ivt times per week,
Uniform rites are maintained with all
competing lines. No detention occurrs to
shipuents, Through Bills Lading given be,
tween all stations and points nameU.-.
hates and classilfication sheets obtilhed of
The Passenger schedule of Night Train
from, and Morning Tritin into Columbia.
gives a tiperior conneelion for all poinis
on Greenville and Columbia, and Charlotte,
Columbia atid Augusta Railroads; giving
a Bay Line connection via Portsmouth, and
an All Rail Connection via Wilmington, and
avoiding all delay, at Columbia.
Through Tickets on sale mt Columbia I,
all points North.
For retes, classifluation and all informa
tion, apply to *
-&. xv XS0
Gen'l Freight and Ticket Ageut.
3. C. Wasun, Gen'l Superintendent.
E. We OLLEVER & 00so,
H1am just received a lot of extra fine pyre
which he gnarantees to be genuine, and
will give satisfaction to all lovers of Good
J. 0. BOAG'S.
Early Rose, Early Goodrich, P'ink Eye
Suck Eye and Poach Blow Potatoes, Onion
Setts. Garden Seeds, Dry 8ait and Smoked
Bacon aiid Shoulders, tFugar Cured Unoan.
vassed Hamis, Lard, Mackerel, Syrtups,
Molasses, Su~garr, Coffees, Teas, Sodia.
Soaps, Candles, Starch, Bilueing, Must ard.
P'e1 per, Spice, Nutnmegs, Conent rated Lye,
P' 'ash, Flour, Meal, Grist, Rico, Salt,
Cheese, Macnaroni, Canned Goods, Raisins,
Nuts, Candies, .. ake*s, Creck&'rs, Cigars,
$maoking and Chewing Tobiacco, Blacking,
'ihot, Powder, Unmps, Nails, Keroppne Oil.
All of w ich wil! be sold as low as the low.
et. J. 0. n0A.te
Bargains I B rgates
In Dry Goods, Alapao'um, Entglish Mori
nos. Die 1aince,. Furs, Cloaks, Shmpwis. 14.
dies Merino Undmiervessts, Bloulevars,Ladies
liats anad Bonnets, Chiknotne. All of whieh
will be sold at greatly reducedl pres
TNow t0r Cash,
A large assoriment of Mes Wome.i',
Misses 49~es, Me p's snd loau a ilate ai~d
Caps. ('rookery, Lamips, Chaimsgys. Tin
andl Wodn Ware. (all on
LI STE N.
R1. . Mo.C1BLsYhas a eplenl,,bilot .,t
large Oraniges, the best in. mnrke,.
le has also lately receivedi a well soledt -
ed lot of Finie Importe~d (.igts,, wi'.clh he
gunaratees will give entir~e sa'iefkot ion to
lovers of "the Yeed "
A choice stooli of yery An. old Whis
kies, Wines a..,
Old JAmnaicaRn, tii MdStaa's Impot.
*d Ale. Panrges to seaeh of api of Ite
atiove aytleles, will do well to os eilas n~p
stook before pavtMelag elsewher.
0"*(~ *o *t a1 u old, 3s' e s'.e'
TIKES l'~, w. *1tj 0
IMMIGRATION $ HEME
Fair a00 hosei deq)Ing. ]Dfy agoal
Hate, Caps, Dote Sboes Twulh,, ub.)..a
he had at
'a . -
New Dryr Go~tls,XRpjj,,uha%,,~t door 1
J" Aluott Ao0i. ' '
URUSHUD, A, Dei. and 'Gr~nulked Su
gar, Ljuayre and Rio Coffes,Horatto YoonV
H yeon Tea, Muscovado and Honey Di IT
Motasses, Pepper, dpioo, Glnger, Nutmegs
(loves and Cinnarmon, Mustard, Clho"
Chow, Herring. Mackerel, No. I and fal
family, White Fish, Exittaot Vabilla, Leti
on, Cream Tartar, Ginger Snaps, Limo,
Crackets, Soda Craehaet; Cholo Factor
Cheese, Powder, 6hot 0. W. P.
feb U. 0. DESPpRTES, & 00.
0 would rpnpeetfully tall the attention
0f the people of faltaeld to ote
Boots and Shoos, &o.
Hate and Caps,
Notions and ''
All Goods at the
-'boy eani h ougij aln
Any Market of' OurSte
Every line ot Good. I till and tiomiots.
Giv ouP Strek a Look,
LADD BROS. & CO.
The State of South .Carolina.
Williamn Fraster, Nancy R~obinqo*, Petito
ie, agpinet .Dar bara Frauier,Sersh -ra.
,ster, *itse 1r$er, a iaetha Tomuineen
'aua re hutsad N. ~. Tomliane R. 8
Frier, 8etnuel Fiestier, buoy Vasjei
Mary W. Frasier arti liebeepa Ira zh-r
Deftddant.--8.tj:non. for Religtr-.r
iion of Real Estate.'- :-.
To thle Defenldgnts abote NihuUed
You are bereby summoned and requiroa
to anewer the Petition in tis case, wi tel
Is filed in the ofle of the Yadge 6f Probste
for the said County, and to serve a eopy o
yotir answer to the said Petitten on ,b
subsoribers at. iheIn .feioe,E No, Q, -Lai
R ane, ip , outhCarolisa, yitiul
twn ys a the oib te )1rqef. eseha
i.''te he day bf shoh service ? anid It aoi
fai to answer ?he Petition withatit Ii~ I
aforesaid, the;Pett tner* in , tis oaes' wit
apply to the Court to thq e lief denmande<
)Vi ng--illani M. Nelson 1iuirq
Jasile of Probate, In and for said ouu
tis the 191k daf of JAsuary, A.' D? 187
McC ANTS & DOUYGLASS,
- t~orneyq fqrmitiongf~
To the Defen4aamts aboro Named,
- Taka noie thit the seamidat' it tti
eown of whblehthe foregoin 'Is a copy,' a#
the. Petition therein refere to. *ere fit&
In. the oe 'st th'.. Jude of Probate- o
FaAed. oua~y, a) 5Stqate~pftsen
o 1 i oonth y g ey
~ Jan 4-.z* Attoraaeys for Pet ILionet
Wooden Ware!I;ooden WarseI
dSlJ*4 odt.,.. 'to
' ' a ,;' , a Cren
' 1n; Steel,
Lock, Breast and
Well Duoyets, Rope,
aws, JlIlammers, &Q.
* Broad Clot h ,
* . Quilts, &a
- Books., &d.
We ask-the hflention of the Ladies anel
the Pubio 'geneally to the large and
eboloe assortnment of theo abovo good.,
which we are now rece iving ,Jfr the l
MAWJJ~I & DRMOE.
01f Yes,,' Oh Tee, retncomber that the Irar -
gsprettiiest, most atItactive and1(
bestraltorted stock of (Confootionarios,, F~agn.
g od ey5, Firo l orks, and
Ninpo Tings go'p'rally,. is slow opened
at A. 1P. Aliior's Conte~qoiltary, where
paronsis, friends. lovers, EWeeliearts and
ordrybedy antftihd'everfhihg t ia
the eyes orphilated and can soleL chit.
I ngaropt lie.h<will pleuase t40 -rdost faa
,Jr~the Toy de rat mot, hg. fopls perfect
ls aliniedof'bl in'g'th'o1 iltle folk s, and
IA Colfeutonstrie , he kan't; be ex'elled in
~any-markdt inatbhaiato, .An enarly 'call
ft.?m thnse..isi epvd of goods in his -line h~e
~equeste~d, ns It will enhble him to giv.
be~ttor satisfac ion thannihe can possibly ghvo
, im early and Ofidn;' and1 Millier will he
eurd to sell yod just what you-'wint buth
Sin qunt ity ar.d qua liy.
A. GO O0D I N
~ KERP oenstity i on. hemu 'ekin fine
Kentucky llores andi Mbles; Parties
7 :gpo~,poo,kwill 4o yellio give
SIn connection with mny Livery Estable. I
ave uponed a. Carriage. , gp id WAg.
'4ttEaqore A'b 41 woritetly eee'aad and
ran d oive moe a call. .