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The Fairfield Herald.
Dlodes of Adivertising,
A growing spi.it of wisdom amor
tlicatrioal inaitigersof Now York b
led them to unito in a molemel
againbt advertiving by moans
placards and handbills, and hereaft
they will confine thomselves to rel
anco upon the newspapers and thc
own programmes for attracting pul
lie attention. This is tle most set
rible refotm we have recently hen
of, and it has been brought about b,
n feeling that the scattering of bil
and cards about a eity, and the pil
toring of walls and signboards wi
posters, are modes of advertising th
do not, pay for the amount of mon
they cost. Merchants and dealers
all kinds have lately been conside
ing this subject and comparing ti
relative valno of two modes, and v
think that the conclusions of the I
shrewder of thom are that ten dolin
spent in newspaper advertising w
bring more return than ten times
much paid out in any other way.
the pust few years, specullators on V
enterprise of storekeepers and och
ianufacturers have originated a do
en channels of advertising, in whii
they have tempted the latter to i
vcst moderately on the prospect
large profits ; but in the majority
cases t(o advertiser has been egret
ously dupod, and acquired by expe
ence the knowledge that the colum
of a newspaper offer the best securi
for attracting trade. The proprieto
of patent albums, ledgers, gui
books, almanacs, show cards, direct
rics, &c., who offer to publish the a
nouncement of a business house
something or other that shall ha
an immense ciienlation among t
poople, and thus their assurances g
the dollars of merchants, are the on
ones who are benefited by the j
'Those who do their advertising
this way find that it does4 iot yi
a prfiLt on its cost, and they go Ia
agin to their established estom
availing themselves of the medium
a daily journal with a certainty Ii
there is tie deception in its proniis,
The truth is that regular, systema
and judicious newspaver advertisi
is the onily sure reliance of any tra
that must make itself known to t
public. Tho agency is legitina
and sure to pay. The theatre mar
gers of the Ncw York know this, a
hence they have wisely resolved
guide themselves accordingly. '1
fact. is just as patent here as elsewhe
and dealers who confine themseli
to a well established iiewspaper v
will find that they will invarial
hold the advantage over their c
petitora -who take to extraneous'bo
of advertising.-Bllimore Americ
The Goverinor nold the Finaies,
We consider the message of (
eruor Moses as a very remarka
State paper. It covers every suibj
inl which the State can by any
bility be interested, and is itll
valuable and most excell-At sngz
tiois. More than this, we think. i
written in a spirit of f'airness town
that class of the cm n.-1n-ity who w
it may be saiid, unani mousy oppo
to his elect ion. it is more reCmfar
bl" even for what it dotes not say ti
what it does. Its extreme r'etieel
upon the matter of Staite finances
very noticeable. It is very cert;
that the public debt of our State
something of vital moment to
people, and that the Governor of1
State should pass it by abnmost in
Ien ce, is so me thing trn ly astonuiish ii
P'erhmaps Governior Moses may say
explanat ion of this thait it wouId'
extremely bad taste in a Goveri
to comntience hiis ofllicial career by
raign in ' for amallens'anmce, anmounti
to actual crime, thme State administ
ion to which ho succeeds. If lie g
on to correct, as well as lie can, b~
thoroughly honest administration
thme finances, the great evils of fra
and theft, which have heretofore b<
the rule of the State government,
plea for silence will ha respect
otherwise hie wil! bo subjected to
full coanention) which his predec
sors universally reeive, and will
surely v'isited on him if' thme sa
come us continued. In any g,
I"pp.s nO may have in thme dlirect
of honesty, good government, law
ordecr, lhe will have our hearty suppi
A Mailer of Sulisfaci|l1).
Not a bad story is told at the
panse of a most distinguished citi!
of Philadelphia. It seems that a d
ner party was in progress dining
recent brilliant dlitplay of North
lights, and this gentleman stcpp
out to cool his burning brow, y
startled by the display about
frosty pola. ie stood perfee
amazed, then turning to the Wind:i
he saw within the wife of hisa bos
sitting with thme ladies, waiting
their liege lords to end their chin
pagne and cigars. Pushing aside
eurtains, he beckoned to sirs Agi
to come out. She compliod, when
said to her solemnly:
"Wagnesm, dl'yer see anything
tronery now ?"
"Yes, Dolly, I see you have bn
drinking too much wine."
"No I not that, Wagnes. I me'
extronery phoromonumas in atm
"WVhy, where, Dolly t'"
"Upper yonder, Wagnes.''
"XW'hy, dear me V-yes, I dlo,indc
'-thle most brilliant autora thei
'"Wagnes, are those things shmo
"And a flashin,' Wagnes ''
A -1' lad'ii' uai a d e
iu,' eh ! W.- aeI
"All h my -
"(. ! ' ' 3- ,i h husband,
m ucl r- - C)o Ion1 know,
Wagnes---I ili ion.-.when I
Is tu 01110(ut Iod m (lie c'le: tal phor
i mmts -- i urmry dor,
bloed eC Ir didn't think I was
ir New Advertisements.
--. to $20
-d Per W:.- :A''. Nnled !- /11 Cflasse
of wi*(:iig Trop,. * t ...r sea, young or
19 old, make sm uzcity at work for us in
their spIre ii (Iiowu; sj , or all lie lime, than
inything else. Particuilars free. Addrevs
G. 8TINSON & CO. Portland, Maine.
y It] REWARID.
L)f For any case of
r- Blind, lPleeding,
Itohing or Uloerat
t 0 0 ed Piles that IN
ye n rails (o ce. It is prepared expressly
rs 1o cuie III V Ple, a11nd noth'ing else. bold
il by all Druiggislas. Price, $1.00.
Is GEO. P. ROWELL'S &.CO'S
A hook for Advertisers, containing the
amIllie, location, popul ntion, briach or in.
n- dustry, oher infortition of importance
of concerning every town in Which a nows
of parer is published in !United States and
j. Dominion of Canada.
i. Price, Three Dollars
by mail. Address Publishere, No. 71 Park
Row, N. .
rs Geo. P. Howell & Co's lAmerican
A book of 600 pages, willi editors' and pub
linhr iamiles, date of establishment, size,
uC polities, subscription prico and circulat ion
et of all Ne.-wpapers in tho United 8tates and
ly Dominion of Cannda
Price, Five Dollars,
Id by mail. Address PubliShers, No 41 Park
I to w, N. Y.
of Send 25 Gcents for tho
I ADVERTISERS' GAZETTE,
ic A book of 128 'fages, showing how, when
ng and where to advertise, nnd containing a
de list of nearily 3,000 newspapers, with much
he toither information of int erest to advertisers.
Address GEO. P. ROWELL, & CO., Pub
lishers, 41 Park Row, New York.
le Sheriff's Sales.
re, The State of Sonth Carolina,
UNION-fn Common Pleas.
} James 1M. Jlaxter, and Thomas 1. Jeter, as
- Fpeoial Referees, Plaintiffs,
Hienry G. Worthington, and the Spartan.
burg & Union Railroud Conil any, Do
Com-uint for Foreeloesro And Relief.
I, pr.'. of ai. orler of sale mude
by .ne - -... M. ospee. JuJge of said Cir
cut, I w.,1 offer for ,e!e on the first Mon
day in I,. irnary net hfore TIhe Court
si- llou.s' d'-',r --f Uionville, between the
of hour -i J I ' -. . M. and ; o'clock P.
.M. Ito ie highes hid-ler, the whole of the
-ran.r: nmi l'nion toilrond Com.
- i'.h; ;1. kInown as the Spar
rds : - -i i 1 6.,1 Ilt ilroad, includ.
re, .n" th' 1,l f way, grad.
dl ung, te: ': - rr- 5uperstrue
ka the ' !: connties
- i I F, al
F IL' '.'..'.i:~. , the
- -M;a tg harms, 10 wit.
1i Es I IF pailI in cash,
S :i'- i:h- eqs:aI semni-ainnon
F. in- e en ost- on ihe saidl bal
in an'-e *..'F 'of sale, the purchnser
heto gir p' i- 0 . a w.ithi a Morlgnge of the
. l'roperity s-old, and to pay tfor all necessary
r-I Tho pinrchaser at said sale has leave, if
li e lhe so ininded, int lieu of the entsh pay.
rn-. ment nbove required. to pay Twenly-five
>e fThouisiand ldlats in cnsh, and Thirty
lThou.Fnd Dollars in Conpons, of the first
a. .\lortgnvo S'tate ghuaralny bonds of toe
of Spartanburg anid Union Railroad Company
ud or in lieu otf such coupons Sixty Th'lousand
cn l".llara in snid Bonds of said Company. the
snid coupons or bonds to be0 finally credited
(or thle 'amount to whiich Itey shall he en-.
Ititled as dlividendl out of theu proceeds of
he the ronid and the sale thereof.
es- ''Te said Shlerifif will execute for thle pur
bo chaser at said sale a deed of the premises
esold ; lie snid (Ieed, however, to be dolly
od cored to the Plainlills as Referees as afore.
osraid, to be held byv them as an escrow and
on 0 no1o0edliee to the uchaser, until
ndthe first instalment be paid, hut the pur
rt. chaser will be let into possession of the
premilsesa and property sold forthwith.
WVhen the irst instalment upon the bond
so to be taken by the Shteriff shall become
due, the purchaser has leave, if he be so
miaded, in lieu of tho same, to pay to the
-X- Plalitrf as Rieferees as aforesaid Two
.en hlundred Thotusand D)ollars in the afore
m- said first Mortgage, State guarantteed bonds
eof the Spartanburg and Union Rt. RI. Co., or
nthe whole or any part of the sahl first in
'istahlnenlt in coupons of the saidl bonds at
nag the rate of one dollar in coupons for two
as dlolhtrs in bonds, such bonds or coupons
hJ6 haowever' to be finally credited for the
omount to which they shall be ettled as
dividendl out of the proceeds of the Road,
'* and the sale thereof.
R f. MACBETH, s. 11. 0.
ror Sheriff's Oflico Unionvlle, 8. C. 7t.h Jan
ho Jan 8-fl x2
o FURNIT URE I
enConsisting of Walnut, Imitation Wal
nut, and Rtosewood, of the very best quality.
F'or design and workmanship unequalled,
andl oheap as can be bought anywhere this
side of the city of New York or Baltimore,
of the same quality. Everytbing warrant
ed as representedI. Mattresses and Lumber
for sale. Cril ano see for yourselves, as
seeing is believing.
F~urnit1uro neatly repaired at' derate
Inov 23 n. W. PrrILL.vr
iook Out for t
Citizens of Frirfield now is the lime, and I
Our third Iliary Stock 9f Goods lss arriv
and at the very chenport ciush priees. Consi
Gonts Furnishing Goods,I
(enllemen's lints and Caps,
Boom aA l,,e*,
Heaidos a host of other things too numeroi
nal attention to our lirge and onipleice stock
All that we nsk Is to oull and examine, nis
ighted by Gass'o- rhat you can exainiine gondi
N. .-All persona indebred to ime are heri
placed in the hands of an attorney for iinme
ire determined to close out last years eccou
MONEY easily made with our Stencil
and key Check Outtit. Circnlars free.
Stafford M1g Co. 60 Fulton St. N. V.
To Book Canavassers,
A New way of running a book. Can sell
thosands per week, Address MR.IJ
RAY HILL PUI ,ISH iNO CO., 129 East
:!8th st., New York Vity.
If you wish to buy a Sewing Machine for
family use, or art as agent. siddr"ess W A*il
INGTON SEWING MACIIINE LO.. ioston,
T10 TilE WORKINO CLAS, mnle or fe
male. $601) a week guaranteed. ltespec
able employment at home. daty or ovening:
nio capital required : full in lrictions nul
valuable package of goods to start with
sent free by mail. Adlress, with I; cent
return tlamp, M. YOUNG & C1O., 16 ( ourt
land at., New York.
fit SYCOMANCY, or 8OUL CiARM
ING." low either sex may fascinlate
and gain the love at d ntifections of any per
son they choose, instantly. 'This simple
mental acriuireient nil enn posse-s, free, by
miil for 25 cis. toget her with a marringe
guide, Egyptin tiOracle, Drennis, lints to
Ladies, Wedding Night Shiris, &c. A qier.
book. Address T. WILLIA M & CO. Pubs.
Be deceived, but for coughs, colds, sore
throat hoarseness and bronchial difliculties,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
Worthless imitatimns are on the market,
but the only scientific preparation of Car.
bolic Acid for Lung disenses is when chem
ically combined willh otiier well known
remedies, as in these -r.Am.iTs, and all par
ties are cautioned against nsing any o iher.
In all cases of irritntion of the muctis
membrane these Arar.Es, Phoild he freely
used, their cleansing and heaig proper
ties are astonishing.
Bo warned never neglect a cold, it is
ensily cured in its incipient state, when it
becomes chronic the cure is exceedingly
difficult, use Wells' Carbolio Tablets as a
JOHIN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Plat t St. N. Y.,
Solo Agent for the U. S. P'rice 25c. per'
Hox. Send for Circnlar.
'Lhe, immense sale, 10.000 in one month, our
28 years In Africa is having, Proves it
above all others the book the Mnsses Want.
It goes like Wildlire. Over 600 pnges, onty
$2.50. Mlore Agents Wanted.
NoTIen --Be not deceived by misrepre
sentat ions made to palm oli high priced in.
ferior works, but send for circutlars and see
Proof of statenments and grent. success of
our agents. P'oeiset companion, worth $10,
mailed free. Ii UliBAI it D BRO.1. Publish
era, 723 Roensomi st., P'hila.
Agents Wanted for
GODS six days WORK,
Or, Science and the Bible.
This book gives the very cream of science
making thrilling realities, beauties, won
ders, and sparkling gemse a hundred fold
moore interest ing than fiction. Every man,
woman aind child wants to read it. It is
endorsed by the Press and Miinisters of all
denominations. Sales immense. Agents
repor t 58-.45-40--80-87 and 906 copies
per week. Grent inducements to Ageuls.
Employment for Young Men, Ladites,
Teachers and Clergymen In every county.
Semnd for Circular. Also, agents wonted
for the PaorrLB's STANAnn EDToN or iit
HorLY 8:nr~. Over 650 Illustrations. All
our Agents for other books, and nmany
A gents for othier Publishers, arc selling this
Bible with wonderful success, because, it is
the roost valuable, beautiful and popular
edition now in I e market, and Is sold at 't
very low price. Canvassing books free to
working Agents. Address 2EIGLARI &
M'CURIDY, 18 Arch t., Philadelphia, Pa.
A New Carpet.
'153 GREAT WosNun-The New England
Carpet Co., established over a quarter of a
cent ury ago, having expendled much time,
talt t andl money, to proddce a slylish and~
durable carpet at a low price, aft er yr are
of experimenting with the best, artisans,
have brought out a carpet which they have
namedl and will he knowtyas the OEit1lAN'
TAIPESTRY, being an exact imitation of
8olid Blrussels, tlte first, thousand pieces of
which, In order to introduce them, will be
sold for 87A cents per yard. Bamples sent
by mall on receipt of JO cents, or 6 differ.
eat paterns 50 cents.
NEW ENGI1AND CA RPET CO.,
878 Washington st., hlosto: , Mass.
is unequalled by any known remedy. It
will eradicate, extirpato antd thorongly do.
stroy all poIsonous substances In the Blood
and will eff'ectually dispel alt predisposi,
tion to bilious derangement.
Is there want. of notion in your liver and
Spleen? UaI~len reveat nen lda blood
ie Engind eviten the
ERDER'S is theo plce to Purchase all of
ed 1nd11 In cootintlreg to come ini by every t
'hildrems Shoes of nil sizes aLd varieties,
blankets, timeettings. &.r
lardware, Cuti lery, &.
S to mieuton, In n word, our soick is con
of Gjents, YouIthis ntd Uloms C( ilnting, theN
11 we feel comnident. tka yewa w'itl no go aV
i's welt at nig:ir an in daylight.
,by notifild thia iunless th1ev ceall nid ietlb
li ste Collection without any exception, as
blesimes impure by d'eltterios, secretiotis,
pr oducing se'roltintiu or skin disease
Dlotchea, Feone, Pustules, Canker, l'i;
Pen. &C., &e.
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach ? Unless
Ilgertion is promptly aided the symoem it
tebilitatet with loss of viail f.reo. I sverty
if Blood, Dropsical Tende'nev .,.o il
lVeskness or Lakitud'
Have you Weakne Iii'".
You are in dan r
Slie dreaiful i ia
iave Vi w-'
Urinary ign i -.
relief 1 r you t -
Are yout-oo -, Y
ielg.d, e ny :
Faell. nr~~*~ i, ~
intrme ing vu ig r to 'i; i;. v i ,
i i g no it I I e T : i '- --,
whiicl is pr10onioinfced by - -:,1
uilhorities of Iomlon and a.'
poter iol tonic and alt e& rnivc I , - n the
meilical world." This is nuo new :d % ii.
tried di-Coverv hlit i s I (- 1. ng 11,4.41 b'y
the leading ihiy!ician.l sf M ther e-n.si s
N itth woriderfi remelin results.
Don't weaken and impair the digestivc
orgms by enthlnriles aid physica. they givc
only tinorary relicf-Indigestion faintu
lency and dyspesih with piles nild kindre
disea-es are sre to follow tliir. use.
Keep the blood pumre and bealth is nssur
JOHN Q K E LuGG,
IS Plat. St.. N. Y., Sole Agent Ir U. S.
Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for cir.
inlar. jan 13
Carolina National Bank,
COLUMB IA. S. C.
Capital Stck Paid In, $300,000
Board of JDireciors.
L. D. Chibis, Pres. Juno. T. Darby
J. W. Parker, Vice-Pres. iR. M. Wallae.
C. D. NIelton, Solicitor Jno. S. Wiley.
It. O'Neale, Jr., E. Hope.
W. B. Gulick, Cashier.
C 1. Iredell, Asa'L Cauhiler.
1N addmitlon to the orditnary and usual
.buisiness of Blanking, the Carolina Na.
innal inmk of Columbhia, S. V., issus In.
terest bening Cert ificat es tfor any* amioutt
p tyable on demand, andi bearing sftren per
centt. interest fromn da:te, interest collecta.
bte every six monthms, if the certifrente has
'Iot bteen previously presented. ih-posits
in gold receivetd on siame t ermis, and interesst
paid in kind. Ueposilors have all the ad.
A SAVIN(.iS IB ANK,
ands the "afety of their dlepos its is guiarnn-.
leed biy a paid-up capital of TJ'/ra Jiundres
Thouswnil liollars,. l'ersons havinig tuis
whlmich thiey wishm to in vest t empenrily, will
Iind this a safe nmeans of invest menit, r'e.
tnunblc upon dlemandl, antI always ready
for use shmoulds a more profitable investi
Remittances may be made bsy Express,
sunad Certificates will be returned by mail
Colombia, 8. 0., N~ov. 14, 1872.
Pacific Guano Company.
(CAirA L $1 ,000,000)
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
Thmis GlU.\NO) is now so well knownt in all
the Sotuthern States for its remarkable ef
feels as an agency for increasing the pro.
ducts of labor, as not to require special
recommendation from uts. Its use for sov.
en years past has establishe I ins chaneter
for reliable excellence. Thin lirgest fixed
capital invested by the ('ompany in this
trade affords the Purest gniarantee of lhe
continued excellence of' thin (Inano.
The atupplies put into market this season
stre, as heretofore, prepared uinder the petr
son-al superint ndene of D'- 't. .ilini
llavenesl, C'hemist of 'boh a
Charleston, $. C. hien
assired that its q p
precisely the m -- -.
cide AS to t. is:heri they3 w.*:;
cash price. Whenta.1 h-i vei'i firom th Ii P
tory by Ithe car c'adli Ie drnyT t wit bi
nov 2.1-.'h a
ARBIV A LS.
For Chri'stma~s and th~ 1[o~idays,
C ONTINUE~ to he received Embiacing
Ladles dress gootds Ilats, Bonineti, Dlalmo
rals, Iloopskirts, shawls, Cloaks and every
thing of that kind. Another suipply of
Pursifor ornament andI cold weather. All the
Departunents are full and the selections
such as cannot fail to pleaso the moat fag
tidious. Call if yetu want fresh supplies.
dec 14 D. LaUDrnvnAr
your sueplies cheap for '',tvlb.
rain. Purehased li the very best u.arkers,
Laie~s F'irishinig G?omk-i,
lies Doni ts it n.1 1 -a4,
A lpace- -, l'0-lius, Rep'11.,
nlhiv, in edll'ess vnrielv.
11let in every linei. We deii ir o 1 !p ,
Cry it1-es n chleapIest inl Ihe maret-c.
rty vitihout purchnun~tg. Our stvreis well
up th'ir iccoutlis ni oncee, 11hEv wi'l be(
ve-c i't wait, till tile last Outton is' sold, bul
.D AS FOLLOWS:
110f 2,000 lbs
$ p T1 ' K2,000 lbs
Paynblo CNoven ber 1, 18'73.
Free of Interest
Freight and Drayage
To be added
ITS SUcCCESS is
And its Stanldard is
A N~o. L
Call oni Ageis for
Almanacs and Certificates,
CEO. W.T WIilaLIIM & C0
CIA ELESTION, 8. C.
J. H. CATHCART,
Agent, Winiiiihbr0, S. C.
3.D. LOVE & 00
Desire annouinco to their Frendsq an
Patrouns liat. they have i mnoved )into their
L~ARGE anid ELEGANT1 STrOii
Corner Main and Plain Streels,
Unader ithe Whaceler lEouse.
Where they have openCed (heir Immnsn
' w - id Desirallg' aods,
-wth Grieat, Caire and
ihe hest Makes of Gioods
he found ini
* ... irForeign Markets
- -vitc the ali(enion of' ti
a e U... - airfleld County as else
b l'e 4.-- h'' - nrd that we can fur
r . *. h ii .v b' t 0008 at Les Price
hat no? hnit--a ha uth Carolina,n u
stki' 'f ih b1' qua~ ~llity of (OO1Js.
Nop a': nti :.n.ipeation by mail. Wi'
h n e :dfi-lhi~i I Mornn Goods.
\b W.7J. A 1i.\ TS], of Kershnw,
UN;r \ -,. *: hP- gei non woiul
I'......-. 1i ' ' d frendsn
tic (,' H >) ''[. - . L, Jjjt (1001)
i. V. OVE & 00.,
Columbin, S. C.
W. prLe, 'I
11. II. MlcCiuExnY, 1' OCt 20--4n
Money Wan -
payv nes thoi ountts at once.
nov 19 - Mtr 'iT wr & B.n,..
UST IECEIVE. I
Fifty Barrel. 11anting Putnics, consist
ing in pasrt or Ihc following pt~ular brands
Fire larrels Noifzern nildwin Apples
at 5V cents a peck.
A finll stock of famiily Grocerie s and
Prov is ionF. All of which will he sod n
the lowe,-L-t marlct price for CASIH.
J=3A-C2-,QT- & 00
The firm heretotore existing between E.
C. Mclarnghli ii ud Dnrt. S. .lohnston, un
der the myle of' Melanitgbt & Johnston is
Ihis d1a) dissolved by mutual Consent, E.
C. MI'M aughlin will collect all accounts and
sett e ill claims Against. the said firm.
E. C. McLAUGIIIN,
J.:. 1, '73. . BA RT. S. JO IINSTON.
I wruld respect folly inform the pnblic
tha I have purer ased the entire interest of
lIari. S. .lihnston in he late firn of Mc.
ltuglnlin & .Johunst on, und Will continue to
carry on business ac the snme stand uider
tie style of MlLaigblin & Co. Thankful
Ojr a liberal patronage in lie past, I would
respect fully solicit, a coniimiuce of the
cameilO. E. C. McLAUGIIL[N.
Jan. 1, '7.'
liaving sold out. my entire intcerest. in the
sta kts and accounts in the late firm of Me
L~aughllin & Johunston, to S. C. McIauighlin,.
l would respectfully tender my thanks I >
he publlic (or their liberal patroniage ini
thie pnst and bespenk a coniinnance of t he
samel I wiih miy worth y friend who will con
tinne to carry on business under the style
ofMT~anghlin & Cr-.
Jlan. 1, '73. M. R T. 8. JOHINSTON.
/ \\Sare ntow l'prepared to furnish planters
-with this excellent Fertilizer. The unp
plies otfered on the market this season will
* he prepared uinder the aimmuediat e supervis
ion of (lie Compainy's Chuemist, Dr. SL*.lJu
lian liareci, and the standard w ill be
d precisely the s'ime as hierebofore.
P'laters can ordler now and we will give
them unltil t(ho I st. of A pril to pay the cash
or give their notes for thec credit irice.
Tfits-$48 ensh or $53 en a credit t
the 1st November next, and $1 dIraynge.
DIACOT & CO.
Renil t1i0 Re Oll11lh11ltIF1 of
501110 Of' 0111 I'flPl e'X,
I used (lie Stono Solnmable en the same
lands withI the Soluble Pacific and the
C'arolinta Fert ilizer, andii eons ider it egunal
ly as good as eit her of~ the above namned.
nnd I it nil to use a cons ideurasle no tint
of it on my cotton crop theu next year.
(.Signted) R. E. EllhISON, Jr.
TIo Messrs liacot & Co., Ageitts Steno
r Phosphate C'o.
I have used ten (It00) tons of the 'Stono
Soluble on my cott on crop the past, season
I and am satisfied fromt close observation
t hat it hias at leuast doiubled thet yield.I
b' hauve been using the Wandlo for several
years, bitt. I prefer the Stone, atnd I shall
Iuse a large amnount on-imy crop the cot
(Mignied,) WV. N. M O)N.
To Messrs. liacoL & Co., ~e Stono
Phosphate Co. nov, 26
O f TIE Ala~ 'and AcId Phosphates,
I-whic TIe general satisfact Ion to (liose
wh .~ themn last year, ave again offered
fo ale by. DEATY & 11RO.
McMASTER & BRICE
Is full itlost to overitowinig of Fashion
bl1,0 and Seasonablo
For Ladies, Gentmto ond Fauili~os, at t.w
Call and Examine
ThIsslovk, ns also the stock of Shot
Hats, Boys and Mens Clothing, Hardware,
Medicines, Perfumery, Books, Papor-.
McMASTER & BRICE,
FLUTI" 1I 1RONS.
The P1aemt ' 'm Fluting and
Smootlhing Irt..-,i f .,- b
Oct 10T BRICK.
C. R. Bacon, E ".8 . ama, Rio and
Java Coffees, Sugar, (all grades,) Flour,
(choice,) Meal, Pearl Grist, Fish, (%i1
kirols,) Syrups, Ex. Table, Ex. Family,
Amber Drips,) Lard, &c.
tinned Goods, of every vanr ely. v P h
ysLers, Salmon, Lobsters, Tonatoes , Co
Peaches, Pine Apple and Strawberries.
I Car lood Salt, 6000 pounds Wheat Bran,
Bagging at a bargain.
Cakes and Crackers, Pine Apple Cheese,
Pickles, Sardines, Starchi Sodla, Sonp, (an
excellent assortment,) Maccaroni, iRaisins,
(Curirenits, Tea, Fine Chow ing and Smoking
Tobacco, &o., &c.
6000 choice Sega rs, (something good.)
2 cases Ginger Preserves.
All of which will bo sold cheap for
C tah 1)
R. R?. ROBER2iSON
New Goods I New Goo ds
BDAVI BSON & CO.,
D~on't pass the store, for it will be your
loss if you want full value for your mnon
4 an hoes,
B. F. Davidson & Co's.
nov 28 _____
Z aime, Plaster",
C1ONSTANTL~Y on hand andl delivered at
UWinnsboro at the following pruc a:
No. 1 ltookville Lime at $2.25 per bar.
Caleined Plaster at $5.00 per barrel.
Rosendale Cement at $5.00 per barrel.
W. W. PFORAM, Agent..
Charlotte. N. C., Jan. 1878.