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The Fair(ield Herald.
I T ERIt ' TEDA"ESIAY.'
Usefiul Farm Reelipe.
TmiMPS IN SWINE.-Tho tbutumps is
ti 4o-t'ofpal litation? caused by suffo.
Va104fo t i1 lungil, which arises
either from being kept in dimp, foul
air, or by. the hogs overlying the pigs,
bf piliog upon 'each other in close
bode. :1. the beds be in flie dust, as
Leg'bbd are apt to be, it is nn og.
gravation of tho troublo. As to a
remedy, prevention is thn only sure
-cure, by fUrniShing comfortable quar.
ters in clean bedding mnd plenity of
room. A fter the Thumps have-fairly
set in, there is little hope of saving
the pig, but it cen sometimes be done
by placing the animials so affected, in
atifortiblc quarters by themselves,
and feeding. them on corn meal wyet
with milk, and pretty well dosed with
.SP IK1Ev. i Cotv.-Give a heap
ing tablEspoonful of pilverized cop,
peras once a day for three days. I
usually mix it with tour and mo
lasses, ad work it in;to a ball.
\Vhen i[ administer it 1 take hold of
the tonguo with one I and,draw it out,
nid with the other throw the ball
'down to the root of the tongue, and
tien as the pal ient draws the tongue
heC, the animal "Vill swallow it.
Four. Cr..w.-Wnh the sore feel
with brine as strong as could be made
of the best dairy salt di:.olvel in
boiling wator. A fter washing twice
each day for two or threo suices,;sive
days, in order to cleanse the sores
thoroughly, cover the sores thorough
ly with pitch tar, and the soro will
soon be well, and the cow cone to her
usual riess of Ilmilk again.
INTURRU:niN. IN Honsu.--To pre
vent interferiilng in a horso who is
turned out in the front feet, tI.e shoe
thould hbe pplied to fit closely on tle
inside, and the nails applied uronil
the toe, and to tlie outside. In coie
inst:1noes a sum1I piece of lealihier
placed het wixt the sole aid t1 'hoe,
a lid allowed to project outwaids, has
a very good Offect in preventing ill.
iiva:r.ci: lions.:s.-Givy two
thirds of a tablespunmful of saltpetre
in a little salt., for' threo consecutive
days ; or take a piit of walter ne!on
teed, imil boil in two quarts of
w9ter, till reduecil to n rly (ne-half,
aid drench two mornings in succs
sion ; your horse will be cured.
Frn Amerieim ;lockc Journat.
Sor-r Sine:..,n lGS.--Givo tle
hens plenty of lime, powdered oyster
or cla i -hells, finely poimded bolle,
or. nmarble dust, mixcd with their
Ti'1e, Love 11d l.ore of hove.
Many women suppose that they
love, lien unfortnatoly, they have
not tht beginning of an idea what
love is. Loving to Lo admired bv
a man, loving to be potteil by him, anl
loving to be earesse< by him, 1(,v
ing to be praisod by him, i6 not
loving a man. All th,es e may be
when a wonan has no power of loving
nt all ; they iy all be simply lie.,
cause she loves herself, and loves to
be flattered, praised, ciirersel, coa xed
as a cat like.s to be coax. d andl strok
edl, and led withI ctriam, and have ai
.lut all this is not I. re. It may
ex ist, to be sure, where theure is love;
it generally does. Love, dhear ladies,
iss<o Ifsacr'/ier: it is life out of self
and in anuot.hier. Its very C e sence is
lie p rolorring of' comnfort., thle ca se,
the wishes of aniothier, to oiie's own,
for the love wvo bear them. Love is
p ivinug, and not receiving. Love is
no t a sheet of' blot.t ing-paiper, or a
poiigc,. sucking ini everythiing toi
i9 ts t ; it. is an on tspri n.finag fonunta in,
giving fromn itself, .jve'r notto has~
bieeni dropped in this world as a
ehanico gemi of great priie by llimi
who saiid, "It is moure blessed to give
than to receive."
Now, in love, there are ten receiv
nato tone giver. There aro ten
i or ons in this wvorld who like to be
loved, and love love, whlero there is
onei wi ho knows ho~w lu lo,tu. That,
d1o:ar 1lad ies, is a u obleor att ainment
thain all your F"riiohi, and mIu,ie, and
danciiing. . You may lose.t the. -very
power of it. by s mothering it gidler a
load of relf1 indlulgenrce. By living
just .ai y ou are ail.want.ing t o live
liv'ing-tn ho -petted, to-be~ flittered,
to be aidmuired, to be pr:iised, to have
you.r own w:iy, anid to do only that
av,hich.is easy and agr.eeable-.yopiaay
lose the plower of self-deni:1l and self.
sneif~iice you mary hose the- power ol
loving nobly and worthily, and b'e.
come a niwre sheet ,of blottung-paiper
aill your life. _
Jia hitl 10 W hile.
A Neientist" has at last solved the
aniic ient conumi nrum. "Cana an thhio .0
1.ian change hi...nl ?"' This is the
w'ay h le prepo.ts to do it :iThie can
4id.ate will be tirst subjected to, a bathI
ofrallijlie water. itavin bdon wecll
cleansed, lie is placed in a room
wihero a ref iid 1 hermomueter iindlI
cate-s 120 degrees of h"ahenhieit. Afr.,
ter fifteen inuates' bakin r, the pr
iath~ of chi orine waiter, at. t hue or-di 4
ary teemporaturo. The heat has openi.
..J~lt-i pork1; sal.helk A.qlori ne
flows iiu and reaches the coloring mat,
ter. To Lkeep it in, the pores must
elosed. TGOclose..the pores, the sulu
ject must be introdued iato an ice
cellar, where lhe spends ten milnutest[
itaborato? goy-itbbi for tho'
njext step is to drop hisexhausted form
Into waver heated to 180 degrees. Inm
thii'toes ojien, th lobellorine griap
with~ it, and our sub-jeot is colored
About Tobtitto-1he Cost of (r puff.
So general has thi habit of Smok.
ng become in -this country, that to.
Liacco is now reckoned rather as one
>f tho necessities of life than one of
ts luxuries. Old smokers will deny
icmselves of food, if need be, to ob
ain the precious weed. It is related
>)y 'lBron Leibig that (luring tho late
Pranco-Prusian war, the wounded
oldiers when exhausted with suffer
ing, would turn away fron tho most
lelicato licquors and food, yet would
,agerly smoke a eignir, even if it was
>f poor quality. To gratify this
3ommon appetite, there were nanu.
factured in the United States last
year 1,332,246,000 cigars, or it loast
taxes were paid on that number. At
Len cents apieco this would give the
,norimous sum rf $132,224,600, to be
iivided among manufacturere, deal.
-r, producers, the customs, and the
Thero has been a good deal of growl
ing of lato, not only among dealers,
out among consumers, at the extreme.
ly onerous taxes on an article of such
general use. As will he seen from
the following figures, these com
plaints are not wholly groundless : A
thousand flue segars, bought for $50
inillavana, cost, when landed in New
York, $112.50 ; fur to the primo cost
in Cuba, is added the export duty of
,41.50 ; freight 40 cents ; ad valorm
$12.50 ; $3.50 per pound, estimating
the weight at fifteen pounds, $37.50 ;
iternil reveni t .x, *5 ; handling,
60( cents ; gold pre-miums on duties,
$5. We havo already roached the
f, 112.50, and have still to add the
profits of wholeialo and retail dealers,
and : neither take lcss than 25
per cent-and we have brought the
cost o or thousand to the neighborhood
(if -8:170, before the .egars reach the
It will be seen that of this sum
$0 goes to tho Government which
all intelligent smokers will agree is
too much. Now that Uncle S.m hn las
imado free "tie cup that cheers, we
trust ho will consider the oppressivo
taxes that now weigh upon those who
uSe t0he wCed 1t;hat comforts. the
Uovernment suirely should be Entis,
lied witi somethinlg ess thnn otne
tLhird of' the ieta1ii prico of anii article
whioh i.4 used from one en of the
land to the other, and by all soitts
ind conditions of men, and miich is,
i' a poison 11ko tea and coll'r, a very
,ow poisin, and a very great solace
to the habitual consumer.
The I-Siruclion of Partr1idges.
At a ieeting of horticulturalists in
!llinois, grounid was taken aginst the
destiructiOn of partridges. To show how
ulC1,1 this bird is it was stated that
a Ilock of partridges was son run
ning along the rows of corn just
sproutingy, 1inid s3eing them engaged
i somethiinLe which was Vielieved to
ho plillilng up tile yolig p1:111ts, one
of themin wis killed, ail "hlii "'craw"
examinod, which was fund Io e,ontain
one entworni,twenty one striped bugs,
:1inil over o e hun1dred elclinich burgs.
Aiiother member relato.d that lie had
adopted measures to protect the
bird, and that they had becomo so
numerous amd so tame that hundreds
of' them, after a snow fall, could be
een in his barnyard with the fowls
where they woie fed. As a re
sult. of their' prescece upon his promni
re his wheat.,] er'op w:as unusually
a rind lalt, wvhioh in utiiy othier places
riot far oif, tIre chinch brig arid other
insects hiad destrioy'ed half the crop.
And yet'it is of dhuily occurrence that
hiund rods of these vtaluable birds are
killed, There should be some law
pass~ed to p)revecnt the indiscriminate
dhestructionnu of thoso biirds, espe.
chilly at this season of thro year'.
Outr fast inatIing friend, thle (Great
ha Serpent Snao one more ! Seen
by ('aipt. Me'IXgga rt of thle good ship
Runt of' Liverpool, on the 20th of
Sephtemhor, on the West Coast of
A fric:, between Cape [Pa nu s and
i rnd ilassa. On the evening pre
r-ious eu(unomus shoals of fish of ever'y
ecito,incluadirng ehanrks and por
poss surro'iundord the suip, and the
next. morning llis Snakeshtip was seen
withI hisi great head eight feet out of
water. lie was apparently fronm 180
to 200 feet long, arid his tail was hike
unto the tail of' a mackerol, and so
was hris color like t,bat of the said fishi.
io tri~av ele-d at ' apid rato, burt kind.
ly stoppedl a few muomienits while tiro
'aptin exainedici hint. It is suppos
dn t hat the fIsh seen in such nuimbers
thto overting hofoic we're fugitives from
t ho jaw ~s of this hlungr'y rand devoring
The IlIahl prints thro following:
Mt1.oorhoes was sitting last week in
tire llouse, when a carpct-bagger,
named Clark, of Ga :lveston' Tfetas,
came up andl sa id, 'Mr. Voerhees,
tusat congratrulate you upon your bold
anrd nmanly speech. 'It gave our side
"Wh len tire mian had trurned away,
Voorbrces said, with a long oath
G reat God, there must hiav' been
s'omething wrong in thiat speech if the
Aeoundrehly earpet-baigger sees any
thing in it, to pramiso. '
William Cullen Bryant thutfreely
uixp rosgsshis.opinion of .Bes. Buat,1er
"H-is a mat who-c word:ia belied
nowhere.where hdA name is known,
indl w)iose gqreer hias been such that
mu'illnoni o.f preopl,e actually bollove
him to:duy to be a oemmnon thief,"
A'&'w York laiycer of prominouee
bas chyallenged a juiryura'n, & .
A M.iohiga1 girly glimrbing into a
schooil window, got choked .by the
TPhe. first Atreet railroad n'Alovida
w,ill shortly be opened at Cedar
MoMASTER & BRICE
AiM, now recolving a choice 'tok of
1"ash1ionablo nnll taPle Dry Goodts," In
which the Iadies mny find- beautiful Black
silks, Japanese Silks, Linens. Muslino,
Pique Cloth, Grenledine. Dolly Wardets and
)iher Dress noods. Elegant Laces, Rib
bous, and other dress trimmings.
fihier-ingq, Tmoeling%, Qitilfq, hiatqito
Nets, Oil Clothm, Mat tingi and other house
A good supply of Capsitnerc, Lincnu,
Dottonades, Clothing and lints for Imn
ind Boys, as well its an unusunl in-go ad
lit.ion to heir stock of Fine Shoes and
Uidlwere, Woodmenwnro, Crbokery, llooks,
Paints and Medicibem.
A beautiiui slo,k of Wall Papering,
Window 8hades. &e.
ro te pecotioni of the PNbio is Invited,
TICKETS to the CONCRTE
Fnir and honest, dealing in Dry 0oods,
llnts, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunkv, &o., can
be had at,
DAVIDSON & 00'S.,
New Dry* Goods Empan.riumr, nod door to
.ElliotLt & Co's.
Tins.*itnst receivedl a large and splendid
a'sortmoent of Druy (loods, Ladies Dross
3oodls, Not ions, F'ancy Gloods, Shoes, &o.
.Aiso fr'esh Groceries, Ilacon, Floutr,
MIackerel, Lard. Menl. tirist. Sugar, Coffee,
l'en, 'vyrups andII reshi Keroseno1 Ott,
Wishes to inform lier friends n'nd patrons
heat shto lhas just oponed a fall stook of the
at est stylos of Unts, loeelcs, Rtibbons,
Laces, Flowers, &o., and will, na heretos
for'e, use0 every effort to please the miobt fats
t idious. Orders will receive enreful ntd
prompt attention. Breidal and Mounting
Ilonnets, made to order. Also latest styles
C,hignons. Switches, Fancy Jewelry, La
ichs Tyces, &o- apI 18
NEW AND AITRACTIVE
i1181. LAUI UD ALC hJas just, returned
rotrom New York and Baimitore with a
ryy full andi varied at.ook of Millinery, La
th es hlats and hlotnnee , timmedu nnd tun
ttrimmnodf, -Ribbons, Flowers. Rtuchee, Lacee
Edlginigs. Whito andI ColpredI Piques, M.us-.
Ilins, White and IColored Japanese Cloths,
Lenos, Colored Silk Poplins, GIrettadians
and Poreales (irnpe, Linen and Lace Col.
lars, Stameptd Gown andl( Chemneise Yokes,
Frilling in all varietles, Bustle Skirts, Cor
sets, GIloves, Parasols, Umbrellas, Hand.
kerchitefb and Hiouiory, Linens and Spring
CAlicoes, Ladies-.and Geonts Shoes and Gal.
tori, BraId Chignons andi Switches. -Also a
full line in the Orocery department, as-well
as Iliardwiare,.:Ctooltery, Tnware, Saion.
ryy, School Books and Medicines. Should
'ottneedI I1ore ljglt& call for Lamps, #' trw,
fPIM3 ,P . LAUDisUD4LE,
25 DOfIItMMes trdiJi Iloes.
For sae by
mar 16 nEArY & nnn10
IT W TOE!
1 Car load Whito Broad Corn,
1 Car load primo Yellow C'rn,
1 Car load No. I Mixed Corn,
803 bushels White Spring Oats,
100 bushels Bolted Meal,
100 barrels Flour,
100 8aoks Floor,
25 Kits Mackerol,
15,000 lbs. White and Smoked Bacon,
Lard in Cans and Kegs,
2 teroes prime Canvassed Ilam-,
10 sacks No. 1 Coffee,
4 boxes genuine Italian Macoarouil,
Sugars of all grades,
Smoked and Pickled Tongues, &c.
Pickled Salmon and Shadd,
Ioiny, olee, &e.
Plow Mulds, atcel, Iron, Nuils &t.
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Trace ChAins,
And a large stook of Boots and Shoes.
Call and examlio our stock.
nACOT & OC.
I Car load Prime Whltc Corn,
1 Car load Liverpool Salt,
Smioked and Dry Salt Clear ib Sides,
Canvassed and Uneanvasse d Sugar Cured
llnms, Prima Leaf Lard, West India and N.4
0. Molasses, "Pride of Augusta" Piour,
theo finest in ma,rket, Sugars i,nd Coffees of
all grades, Ihorse arn: Mulo *Shoes, and
Nails, Spartes, Shovels and ilay Forks, all
kinds of Wooden Ware, llames, Trace
In my Lumber Yard, a choice lot o
Lnmber and Shingles. In addition I have
a small rem,nant of a stock of Crookery,
which wilt i-o disposed of A 7T COST.'
My terms ale a,h or 30 days
on a Sqfe Risk.
Parties wanling anyt hing in my linewill
Snd it to their interest to price my goods
borore purchasing elsewhere. Every 'artl.
d o warr.inted.
'r.' R. ROBER.'EO.N.
1200 Dushels Whito llread Corn,
100 BlbIs. FIor:r, including all grades,
10,000 Lbs. White and Smoked Baeon,
600 Lbs. Canvdysed and Uncanvassed
800 Lbs. "Breakfast Strip" Blacon,
10 Blbls. assorted Cakes and Bisouit
Italiat ifaccaronf add Cheese, canvissed
and uncanvassed Dried Beef, Fresh Mea
at some price s's oorg,'al*ays ots hand.4
D. fl. Flamnikn.
Spel Threag ! .$poo0F 1breAd !!m
fST' Thtead -for Sehving aahIaos sad
U *qU0L Cikts' for th&e(egdle at' 00 <
ents a deon,
feb 21 AfnMA STRn & DnwC:,
Hair Dressing and Restorer.
Your Druggist has it.
CUEHAP ADVEILTIS INU.
Adverilsenenis occupying o i.Ncir of
pate will be inerted in 200 NEwsrArRV,
noluding 28 DAtMitS, itt
overing thoroughly the states of Mary
and, Delaware, Virg;iiin, WeIst Virginia,
Corth Carolina, South Carolina, Georgi.,
klabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansms,
reutesseo, Kentucky and Missouri,
One Month for $148.
tore Pnpers. More Dailies, Larger Circ.
ation, Lower Price, than ainy other List -
1peoial rates given for more or less space
han one inch, and for a longer period .thnt
ne munth. Eqially favorable quotations
unde for any vinglo State. Copieu of Lists,
;irculars, Estin-nes, and full infornation
urnilsled ou a1pplical ion. OGE"O. 1. ROW
-Llj & CO., Newspaper Advertising Agents,
i Park Row, New York.
A Centutry of triumpl.s over dysepsia
iver disease, bowel complaits and variouls
obrile and nervous disorders, has itmmor
alized tIle Seltzer Spn, and these victories
re iow repeated throughout this hemis
dhere by TAIRRANT'S E uvesCsr SEr,ust
LrH[tPNT ; oontainittg all the elenent s and
iroducing all the happy results of the
3reat German Spritig.
BOLD HY AtL-. 11trtiIlSTS.
Chean V1arm1s Freo momes !
ON TIE 1,INR Or THPt
UNION PAOIFIJ RAILROAD.
A LAND GRANT OF .
- 12,O00,000 ACiES
iN -rur: nasr
it ilii111g and MinefraI Ltds iI Aiefri'a.
;.000,000 aorms in Nebraska in tli Geat
P11in'o Valley, the Garden of the West,
low for sale ! 1"eR lands are itt the ceen
rat portion of tlie United States, on the
Ist degreo 3f North Latitude. ith centtrAl
inie of te great. Tntperate Zrnle of tilie
IUenrican Contineti. and for grain growing
nd stoek raising unsurpasted by any in
lie United 8ates.
Cheaper-n Price, more favoral lo let rnis
;iven, and more convenieul to market than
t. be found elsewhere.
Free Hiomesteads for Actual Settlers.
lie best Locutions ftr Colonies. Soldiers
ntitl.d to a liontostead of 160 /cres.
ree Passes to P.relasers of LaInd. Send
or the new Descriptive Pamphlet, sitii
ew maps, published in Eiglish, German,
4edish and Dauish, mail-d frce everj.
rhere. .%ddrcss 0. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner, U P. It. R. Co..
'anning's Patent Kid-Fittinug Skoloton
Recommttended byv all
' Shioilid be worn by
all ln lies wht iuliue
hsealthb andl O toifrt
Thiey are part ientlarly
recomntded for sum-n
metr wet'artnil wairm
.l dapited to) allsesn
-I' of thta year. For .sale
by all first class deal
rs. WORLCESTEII 8K( IitT i. 0.,
Sole Manutfacturers, Worcest er, Mass.
~CUIM tha CLD.
Do not sUtfoer your L unga to btecotine ds
nsed by allowing i Cohl to becomeu seated,
houtsanids have dhied Premrii.turte lDea hus.
hoi Victims of Consumtaptio--by neglect
ng a Cold
BALSAM tOl LUNGS..
17i11 Ctro Coughs, ('olds and1( Consuimpi ion
turor anid qu:icker thant any othier remiedly.
noacs like magic Fotr sale by all Drutg
ists and Miedicine reniers every where.
Portable Soda Fountains,
$45, $50, $75 and $100.
Good, Durable andi ChieIp!
Shippod Ready for Use,
r. W. OHAPMAN & 00., Malia m. Ind,
1E.6N son Cttnrg.Ants r,
. l-'orany ca.so or
SIi70 ching or Ulcet-.
edPiles lhat. D.)t
>r fails to euroe. It. is prepatred expressy
0 enire tho Piles, -ata1lnotig elst. Sold1
y aill Druggists. Price, $1.00.
onGlNTs WANTIn -Agents make mnore
' money at w~ork for uts4than at anytiing
iso. Bustiness lightL and1 permanenr.. Par
iculat-s free. (I. $russos & Co., Fino Art
ublishters, Porlland, Maine.
g PIANO CO., N. Y'. Pice,$2
* yNo Agents. Circulars free.U
'TREAT , MEDICAL BOO0K of- useful
Tkowledje to all. set free for t wo,
lamps. Address Dr. llosAirtTn & Co.
S -AT TAI
F'resh Soda ~dinbu- Pie Nio Crackers
ud Wine Biscoit, a, 90~ assor'ttment -of
~reoh Candies, ,Frosl Cocoantut Creatm
jqn Cand;es, all kinds. Also Jellies in
I9blQ11 Tgmblradu4d 2 Potu Cane, ~esl.
ated Cooonnug JgA2kisi,#alie,, Or g
ant 18 0. A, wnILTu
I RESPECTFULLY Ia
form the ellizens r
nusiSoro and Fairfield . DistrioM., nlat I
have just returned from New York and
have purchnsed a full assortment of Watch,
as. Jewelry, Clooks, Speotaeles, &c., and
will sell at the lowest prices, and would
re8pectfully ask the conitnuance of the
patronnge of my old friends ntd costoners,
All goods Warranited-a:- representel. -I nm
prepared to do all kiti of Wattoh nud Jew
elry work and have always a good , tock of
good material on hand, and will gnaraioo
satisfkotion. All work warranted.
Recend door fionm Col. Itioni's Oilico.
CUArLIM A. DASA, rlito:.
A N%ewspaVer of the Present Timies.
Intcuded for Peoplo Now on Earth.
,poluding Farncra. Wcchnnieg. Merchants, Pro.
itssional Men, Vrtetr. 'Thinkers and a. I 'n:.
ner of ionost roist, .aud iao Wives, Sond, and
Dangltert of all such.
ONLY ONE DOLLAIt A YEAlt I
ONE 1lUNDILED COPIES FOIL 930,
Or less than Ono Cent a Copy. I.et there bo a
150 Club at cv.ry Post Calm.
SEMI-WEEKLY SUN, 82 A YFAr.,
or the samne size nal ;oncral character as
TIR WEEKLY, bt witit a greatervariety of
iiscollatneous roadinr, antI furniimu. the n,,wt
to its suscribers with greater froshnc3n. because
It comuea twice %weok instead of once onli.
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A prec Jntilv reaclahlo newspaper. witta tsi
inrtas' (irctition lit e ro Worl. Fre, intle.
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froim everywhere. Tw-, camn:s a uopy jby nail
64 ontuian U , or1, it a ,ar.
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(andi tio Daitly for uno year to t tritter -ti o
clb). Fll.y D)o1arj,
One hnnilrerl conits, opAs yvnr. separatly r..
dretue<ilmn. tiluJ)aily tur orho .year no ilot etie
Up, of club), Wxty o
TWE SENf-WEEKLY SUN.
Five copics. ono year, separately nnlojreei.5.
Ten conles, ore verr. reinrately nddreb-d (ati,
'i ctrt en Y t;otter np of eina).
SEND YOIjlt MONEY
in Post oflec or-1cr;. cliea, or drnffs on VVeI
'ork, wirernver -inoten. if no(t, ien regilm
tic Ltues co:stlhinnlK liioan.y. Addreas
I. -V. ENC . Ptmiher
Doors,'Sashes, Blinds, &c.
]:P. Tr C) .A TI E
Manufacturer and Deal ,
A'. 20 Iityne Street anti lirthrk's lVaf,
(OllARLESTrON, S. (J.
Nij 1Thisn is thne largest nilnd e enm.ou
Inle factiory of the kiind ini the Solbeirnt
taits, aund all ariicln' in is lint' enin Ie
fnunisihed t.y Alr. P'. 1'. Toalo at prices
whniebi defy ronnpen t iti
taf A pamphile. with inulnl and deirnijed
iilnsf all 7ize oft innoorsi, .a'.ne ind It!linduI,
rind Ilhe pr ices of' e-ih. w'ill lie senti free'
rand pot -tid,nil on nni plieniisoni to
P'. P TO.\LE.
july 11-1 y C Ihrleion, S C.
CharIlotte, C1oluNan'l miu A ugust
Con .rti n a, MarchoI 2!), 1872.
rj r[lE followintg P'aInenzger .Schedn:nle will
L o ii int irTei on thnis ito:nd An andI after
Sintu ny, ~alnreh 3!.
PAY TlAiN--oOiNU KonlTi.
Leavo Augunnda, a. 1.-15 a mn
" colummbitn. S. C., 11.-15 a mi
n Witmbord 1 r,2 pu mn
" Chlester, u 31 p ms
Arrive at. Chieiotte, N. C. 6.10 1)1m
Lea.ve Cha:rlotte, N. C. at 7.10 a in
"~ Chester, 9 20 a mn
"i Winunsboro, 10 54 a mn
" Contnbia 1.15 p mt
Arrive at Augusta (3 15 p mn
Leavo Apgnsia 1.30 p mt
" Colnimbtia, 11.10 p mn
in Whnbr, ,' 1.10O a mi
"n Chiest er, 2.39 a mn
Arrive at Chairlotto, 5.00 ni n,
iKranit n AISs--o itu solwrn.
Leave Chlarltte, 7.25 It mf
" (Cester. 9 23 pt mi
IVWinntsbonro, 11.32 p iw
Arrive at, Ain'gusin, (.30-ttnit
E. P. A L.X ANDER~f, Snipt.
E. R.'Do)tiniin, leincianl Tlicket Ageint,.
' I ' k T Po i p o l aew llers E lli r y ,~ivc
\V'sinth asn n superior aind Cenomoien1
nrt.icle for ecanuing anids biurnihing (otud,
8ilvor, Coipper, Siteel, iian nia and the nc
Metals, nnil also for ele:ning - Windows,
Miri ors and ailaware. For saile by
sept d 3McINTYlR0& CO.
"AN ORD)INA NCE.
,lji Theifadant anid Wardonis of lIhe Town
of Wininsbnoro, in Cotin ll mnt, dlo ortdain
Thiat. io 'I owin Mlrket is open to ainy one
for thec alo of froiat menAis, wih the follow.
tag chntwgee fox" ho' privilege of selling.
viar For.oni beef,. $1,c sheep, hogs, or
gon isn 50.oonts. o,aehn.
They dto anlso ordini, Thatn all fresh'tiitals
shall be nohll onlty fromt tihe Market., sand
any ne jolaingthi ordnnoe, all pay
,hfV fFi hir o envdh awtl every
effence. Mny oeotoiTerning laintedI or inn.
sonnind micnt s shall pa a Inie of yive DJollars
for cachi nd every offlence.*
Done hni (Jelnnoil, in thec Tci,wn of. Winne,
anI 10 t'lik ,.r Co......
[lav'3 lately inaide larIge additIionus 10 o th ci
And are now precparedl to excu~Cto in the
Weodd ing Cards,
As Client)u aen hohand Aniywhere.
Jnsi, Received and to Arrive.
(NE~ car load choiceo Augusta nnad ono car
load of Sta. Louis IFlour, .no car load
prime Wil Ie N. C. Corn, lIhdIe R. flnd C.
l. lin eon Sides, II li1i. It. and .C. It. D)ry
Salt Sides, choice N. 0. and Commonoa lo.,
hasses, A, ex-U nat DJemnrara Sutgar, Fnnecy
and Cori,mona lio Votree, -Young Ilysona n
(iun Powder Tea, Wholec, Rice, Cheoso and
American Vluib Fut , 'a superior art icl
or tish, mucah chenyaer and better Ithan Sar
ditnes, 13ig -1ag, Litlito idzZid, Jockey Club,
I (orilla anid miany other favorito'bratids ot'
Cigars, FreCsh Candy. Assorted Pickles and
Jellics, finll imore city Ton p,-the best F?ami
ly Soflp Iin u~e, For saic by
"Pj) '1 11. J. McCA RLEY.
-'. oR IDrfiers.
0N oechest oC hat fla'ioJ/ATL()w..
IlI.7 IV 1'J?A., 'whuioht had given
such uaulversal aa(tafaot ion 'WihegevorAised,
(lve it a triad. ~ fPs
feb 27 yEt i'S
Niya lon pf'bile Corn' fez salo
aDI 23I '1'. IL. RRBRTSON.i