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A lot 4foldipi,wiaapersfosle at
the News angIerald .fide; at Mfty
eouts a hundred.
Morchants and others wanting
blank liens for agricultural supplies
furnished under the Aot of 1866, can
I-, supplied by calling at the News
,1.d Herald oflice.
'Citatton-W. M. Nelson, J. P. F.
Me.sro. Withern & Dwight h-ve
just received a laige and bel- et sNock
4f Dry Goods. Call a wl i .mino
their new rstock.
We are infonued hat the east end
of Kinenid's Uridge over Little Riv
ter hasgshed.jx or ei-lht feet down
t-treamn'. 'The attention of the County
'0orr.mistioners is called to this im.
Mr. J. 11. Neil showed us yester
day two Fquashes he raised last year,
Athey measure three feet in circuuifer
-onoe. The seed froin raid equashes
-iro.for sale at McMaster & lrice's.
The northetn bound night train on
%he -0. C. & A. R. R., ran off tt.e trak
,near Blackievoks lait Saturday Light.
-Four cars were thrown f-rownthe track.
and Were badly wrecked. Capt.. Hide,
thetcondetor was th.o oply one in
jurea an-d we a&re glad to saay his in
juries are not serious.
fBy refernce'to a'nother column it.
be seen thatt M-r, R. J. McCarly ad
vertises a frob lot of extra fine se
gar, they are sa4d to ie he U est in
owp'. - H also infor'ms thre .public
1674~46has on hand all kinds of fine
liquors, among which is Ndthan's
Celebrated Cabinet W hi key. Dou't
't6il to call on Jack.
It will be seen that the legislature
bhs incorporaLed the little village of
.Blackstooks. We have been iniforim.
ed that-.Mr, Jolin C. Mackorell was
the prime mover in getting the chiir
ter. Mr. Maokorell . deserves great
eredit for his energy in building up
.Blackstocks, and we hope the citizens
ofaiid village will confer upon hima
the bnors he so riohly deserves. lie
is, gentloman in every sen.se (f the
Millinery and Stmaw Goods.
We eall special attention to those
- of our merchants who deal in ib.
bons, Millinery, Straw and Whlite
Good,', to the card of Messrs Arm
strong, Cater & Co., of Pialtimnore, an.
old and established house. The
goods put upon the tuarket by these
gentle rnefraro.elthet- tuanufacture d by
them or purchased from first hands in
Europe :and~ America at cash prices,
en linig thout to offer their goods at
The0 following.,sales of land were
snade Monday at the Court Hlonse:
l,272 acres belonging to the est ate of
Oi'D. FNord, deceased biuught an
aviag di$1.9o per aere ; 500 acres
"of Asaph Hdl brought $2,000 ; 48
acres belonging to Eli Iharrison's es
tate sold for $1011; 120 a'rcs belong
ing to estate of Jas. Cathcart sold
for$200 ; two TIown lots belonging .to
same estate brought $430 ; 555 acres
belonging to estateo Win. Broom sold
for $2075 75.
Tan'-Fourth of March.
- Gen. Grant was be re-inaugurated
yesterdey. South Carolina was be
largly94dpueeeented at the Inaugural.
Sundays train carried uip a greait many
of the State officials, amtong whom
were Tim Hfurloy, F". L. Cardoto, HI.
WV. Purvis, S. L. lioge, and Prince
. Rlivers, who intend to "rap the old
flag" around Mr. Grant. The Repub
iean preos. of Columbia will be ro
presented by Moj. E. WV. Everson of
the Evening Herald, and Mr. L. Cass
Carpenter of the Uinion, both of whom
.were on board.
.Coroner Ruff held an inque~ t ovecr
tho'body of Mr. John D~owi ing lat
W'ednesday evening, and the jury,
after~a short deliberation, returned
the following verdict : "That the said
John Downing came to his death by a
rupture of the spleen caused by mis
fortune or accident."
Mr. Downing eavue hither from Ire.
land about three years since, and had
ma2Ide preparations- to start back
Wo'dnddday to "the green old hills of
Erin." Hec leaves a wife and one
obid to mourn his less, whom, we are
sure, hae~ the Iyuepath.W of. the en
tlrg eommunity in their sudden be
We would ieform the pulVto of
Fairfield County, and also'. ihd iti
iens of. Winasboro, that w& dig dt
td go to New Yotk for Rd' Ciftiro hew
tock df Sptitfg dooda; whieh we will
>ffer at immense inducements. We
would also state to the ladies, if they
have any orders for goods to call on
us at once, and we shall attend the
same. We would also call attention
to the gentlemen of Winnsboro, that
we shall in a few days reeeive a lot
of san plea for merchant tailoring pur
poses, as we have facilities of taking
especial pains in giving a perfect fit
or 1o sal, an y one dLsif-rui of iating
a drv lo miit the eyd ivill givo un a
h-l1 'id look at otr Aufnijeb. ilating
:n:j, Jr i-angeierts with a New York
therclaint tail.ring department, wE
bepe Suu will give us a trial, and wE
lltadl db bur best tv please one and
all; both old and Fuitall.
S. LAN DECKER & CO.
Any persim having a billi ptlfp (hey
wiah to disposo of ban fiihd a bUyer at
Trial Justice Neil ; iined iti thE
holy bands of wedlock John llaintef
and Harriet Wa'cot, colored, last iPri
The southern bound mail train did
not arrive here until 6 P. M. Sunday,
jwing to the break near Blackitocko.
Yesterday was very disagrecable,
Trial Justice Neil joined in the
boly bandA of wedlock, Tuesday,
sandy Grimes and Silly Ford. No
A small stray hound purp kicked
his last kick on the bridge near te
town pump Tueday. Strichnino is
supposed to be tLe cause.
Parties are reiquested not to kick
the puipes alrouud the market as it
Mt. ~ion'On lego is in a prospering
Women ince peddlers are in town.
We are fast apprtoobing eity style.
There h6a teenai organ grinder to
Several bad paremets are under
Soic of our legislators hav' re
:urued from their "nrg arduous -d ntitisa
Parties wIo have not Paid thei*
Btate license had better Seo tO it M
Work has bien tommenced on thb
>ld "DAvid Plkci'- builling.
Joe lielton, the negro who stole Mr.
Hardin's inules is thb guist of Bherit-f
Duvall fur the present.
Moesrs. rtreet Walkerb X- 0o., an
>Id firm of this place are doing such
in eltenbive butiinuss that tihey have
yoen cumipefled to take in new part
Miss Rluona Vista Wood has been
ippointed po'stmilstresa at Rotck Hill,
vice W illiamu Kerr, deceased.
The following ofileet'seof the South
?Carollina hiblb Society have been
2ltet ed fo.r the next year:
Rev. George Howe, Di. D., Presi
Jent ; Rtev. W~m. Martin, R1ev. WV.
S. Plumer, D. D., Lb. D., Col. A. C.
Iiskell, V ice PresIdents; 11. D.
un, Sercretary ; Eben Stenhouse,
TIho Ahhlille Medinia reports
sudden d.ath of heart disease oZ air.
r'ho General R1 E uiufnt.
The grand moenumeunt to the tuero
of Oon'1 Lee is now rapidly being
ronstructed under the direction and
skiel of 1 ro f, Volentine. And in or
:ler to complttd It at thle tegt-let-t 1o0
sible day, the lIhecutivo Committee
f the Lee [~n'mariai Assooiatioti, of
Lezington,Vac., which is composed of
such distinguished men as Gen'1 Pen.
3loeon, (Jen'l Terry, lion. Win. Mc
Laughlin, Col. l'reston Johnston,
D~haa, Davingbni arnd others, have au
bhorizod the publication and Bale of a
perfect steel engraved portrait of
Gen'l Lee. The proceeds of its sale
bo be applied In furtheranoe of. the
object of this Assogiatlon, namely:
to the erection of a monument to the
memory of Gen'l it. E. Lee, at the
W ashington and 'Lee University, Lox.
igton, Va. The portrait will be sold
only by subscription, through regular
authorised agents. Everysubscriber
for the portrait will receive a certifi
eate signed by the 8eeretary and
Chairman of tioe Lee Memorial Auso
elation. We commend thisi portrait
to the public, and hope some good en.
ergetie man will seenre the agency in
this section in order to help on the
good work. Messrs. WV. WV. loswick
& Co., Nos. 117 & 183 West Fourth
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, have been
oonstituted and appointed General
Managers and Agencies, and any
endunanicatons'- aadrsse to hm,
for circulars, terms, and certificates,
will roeive prompt atonti'on.
hti Amarican Fatidt,
For March Is full 6f soasonable
things for fttmers foe the coming
9priiig; 6vbfy branch of ftrt and gar
den wofk bbing treated 611 by the cdi
tore, or by able and pritticable oori
respondents. The latter are numer
ous and include some of the most ex
perienced agriculturi.sts of the coun
try. This reliable and practical old
journal is commended t6 our farners.
Published by Samuel Sande & Son,
Baltimore, Did., at $1.60 a year, or
at $1 in clubs of fivo or more. Pro
hiiitzms offered for clubs. Specimen
numbers sont freo.
E ilAVE this diy ojitied ii JiIeiifrfl
Afslortnent of White Pique, Cheked hiitd
striped Nansouls; 13Illdj-s ddd Vietorild
LaYnt, Cotton nnd blittn Liaper, Iineri
Danink, Towels, Napkiris, Dbylieb, While
ant Colored Pique Trimmings; N'fillings,
Fringes, Guipure Laces, Cottn difd Lineui
Edgings, Thread Lace, Corsets, Hatidkof
A splendid line of real Lace Collars and
Under Sleeves, Liuen Co'lars and Cuffs.
Spring Prints, Brown & Plaid Dometics.
All of which we would be pleased to ex
hibit and sell cheap for CA H.
T I W'IIIERS & DWIGHT.
Ilate $tsL Iiddelvsdl ?lusihg bllutt
Ah A hsbriient ol'
pried 12 1-2 cenits. With fi-e
4tte~lLntdditiotls td olltr lat'ge
andi variedI stock 'we will abl
ways he found p~repared1 to sup
ply the wailts of' our ettstofliers
LOflitS7' CA tll P>RICES.
WOOD WARD & LAWt
Wileoz, Gibbs & Co.'s talnlated Guinno.
Wl s en fill Otuders promptly for the
IV above Celebrftred Fertilizers irh port
ed and prepared by Wilco, G~ iblbs & CogI
Charleston, S. O., and 8tivannah, Qo.. na
they have amp le stock on handI to supply
Order soon bef'ore the r-ailr'oadm htro a
blocked up with freight.
Special attention is called to tbe use of
Phoenix Guano mixed with cotton seed.
Apply for ciroultars giving prices, terms,
&o.. to IH. L. ELLIOT T & CO.
fah 2&- 1a
M. J. Wicks, of the exploded Say
tigs Bank .f Memlphis, ohallenged
NVilliam Ittale; of the Knoxville
hron'i'le, fur writing atid putilish.
ng 9 Idtter abOit hiS fItuciuloman,.
gement. Rule immediately ex
ytred the follow, saying in hla
"I do n-t week a reputation for
ourago gaia'a..a in that way. If you
are More :.-ax!4Aus to iivertigate the
batter of oN war d ie thaun I am,% )bU
are at liberty to ake tho investiga
ion in y.ur men) w:.y and us il you
ro fully I .l 1 do not pr.1lopae,
o leave t11f oqp' ltr., I but wil o .
'inue t~o pmwe y legiltinnueit.bsi.
loss, going -hrewr and w.e.(
bat busiliae e m. Wl0:. I at.
not recognite the toalb-d 'cod,:
tuttoar' j whh su'I fto 'a-t hetiv Iu.
lerstatid thlt I Ity . .
ight of . i c-ni .- ' .o a....
)ut on the contrat y, a i
lifliculties with my fellow!, lit. t i u
attaukeds i shall tut lisitat e .
'end myself as pronptly and off
mually as rLecessbity May seemH to
"You ask fioe to ight joli a ai.ol:
Aud for what I Because I have made
tatements concerning you, the truth
)f which I can prove, and the fal.%ity.
>f which you do not offer to show. I
lo not propose to pander to the bar
>arous prejudices of depraved minds
)y setting myself uv as a target, to
pIve you thd opportunity of a so-call.
id vindication of you- bonor. 1 have
io resbct for any sut'h fooliehi no
.iona. They matv be in nccordanes
rith your ideas of honor and boutage,
>ut they are not with mine, Vords
!annot expross my contempt for such
oily. It is not proof of courage,
ut of cowardice. It is not evidence
if manliness, but of a weak conces
ion to a heathenish and brutal cua
Um. ,It is not the way to defend a
ertlemaU's honor, but a practical
10fe0sion of his inability to defend
t in the nanner praetribed by an
Ulighteied Chrc.istian public. ~ecnti
rent and the laws of eivilised peo
A Ibilleroi 5.tfcUnen t.
A most radical innovation upon a
ong established custont in relation to
he instittition of marriage has been
Ifected in Califtfa; hi laerb titt- old
heory that, ntti anfld wife ard one is
boli-lHed. A new law esitabliies the
quality of husband and wife, and
leclares that the two Oan contract
Vith each other and sue cath other as
f they had neter been iarried. It
a to be foafed ihit. this reforum will
tardly mect the expectations of its
iriginators. L .Suits at'tl' Mnarritge
?ith husband and wife rieopct.ively iu
,he positions of plaintill itud defend.
ant, would not seem to be calcilated
o promote domestic felicIty; De.
ides such a Jaw would surely itad t(o
erpetual litigation. It is dangerotis
or a wife to be able to sue her hus
land for breach of contract in ctisa
ec should fail to fulfil a promise to
uy her a new bonnet or a silk dr.,.
Bright Prospects for Gcorgia,
Because all the tistiry laws tare
een repealed. Capital invested in
tt eta tanda wioeon milks isi exe.mpt
om 1.C Itoon for ton yearis. I aa
urae.a 8 and matuirt.to ieat of irog
"re i- x fut -lea ao peIriod
I b '' '
ivo busi- in I' 1. b, a~
ounaty. a. .' Ga: .I w *
raters ol' t. ir,'..:er (ta' :tie ant.
everal lirne Gue r have Leeon emt,
ad trtappiang wall be~ as pro'fitabl .1.la
aerhaprs, as in the Itaeky luntaaiins.
'he t.rapper's aut fit i ntat expen.sie
ad thte trouble a f cairrying on thae
lusiness vel'y f-lighlt.--Mblevillc Me.
To0 day Mark Twain is droller ahd
neo bpuhlar than ever. Iis lits.
ar.y an well as finatncial fttut-o up.
ears to be establiahltid. Wo'crth some
|,5,000 himisel4 lhi 'wife has in her
iwn right property valuod ait $250,
(00. If ho were in straightened cir
Iumstanetip he tioultd casily cleat
$1I0,000 a soar by lecturiyag, and so
t ist useless to waste any fur ther syrm
>athy ona the tinfortunate mian.
'rho inivention of the' circular saw
a generally attributed to Catpt,. Dlan
1ulh4 of lainao1 who dicti a few weeks
goat the agd of 89i. IThis~ is a inis
ake, says a New Yot'k piapera 'lThe
ireulair saw was invented bay Jtosdph
alurray, of Miansfield, J')gtntd, soIl
f an old servant of the hlyroll famni'
y, whom Lortd liyront1 tho poets oftetn
peaiks of in his letters as "Old iiuo
blurray," 'I'heo first sa i of the liti
avor miade is still abownt by huis do
'The Lowell Courier has bestrowe
apon Senator Pomeroy the mound irtg1
itle of the Duke of York, whidh is a
p"ouliar mistake, thet graceless
Cansido not pollingt it with a"k
Mi'. T'homas G. Webb, eo iV'y ant.
itor of A nderson, h is been roetnoved
ad fG. D. Williams, colored, appoint.
d in his place.
T1he annual race between the Ox
ord .*and Cambridge crews takee
>lace March 19)
Fromi fie Abb' ille Pre *snncd Banner, Jan
unry 16th, 1874.
A NEW ,NTSP18K
Soved VCis ago we RdoPed ite plan ft
Sending our '-FniineI" Coqkinig lStovCe
ihirdgh fhe dountry with ungona, by3 our
trant-1 tog Ale.men, i6 order to supply.a
wailt tong felt if thmt sbatfwr ad til4l.a each
fait, y mtight hs ave am l pp'oritir of se.
ing 'f not pirchasirg one or t hose I dat.
p usalle household artietes.. T ha. a 6fti.
dnut ucooess of our entlerpii e iifntfthnI
the States of Missitturi. Kentnoeky 'enno
see auI Geiorgiai, *.n4 iao nuivlesol favor
with which onr Sloves ate receive j every.
wl-ore. conn .uls (list In order to saip
~i y t he c ntlinued growing drinand, we
umi1st largerly increase our foroeh At Lbe
Foiitry :hvice we bave inrea-ed our
- r.o.nanf ae of (hill one pntfern to
. i .i 1 Ytill further inuererise It to
i-- - ii tr:%ale. *tut itipe to demand It.
It, r tvo will visit ynn, aire au
'e thi ame terms' as though
b- - - r t -ribnote Iircct front our
-- lit W"I'nezh.y. We have but OaP
-' t'AST oW Tim St sTova; and
- . t'noter unlte.,
T q . hana t6't!!iieif~ ttred arrango
I ,%tAa darpets sad Insttide Ine
- i e. n in all other sottoeS, bai in so simia
It;) cotqt rutelel that u.y oce maity use it
Slece. - fit ly. If iq ve-y heavy aid mnale
onoly of the liet qnalieies of new iron so
tnited Is to semure a totgh, stroug plate,
weten xxvr k orneks by fire-.
To ()hose pi-mon iii tho Sowe Irade who
I,:tk theie busintaess will bt ririhed by Ux.
and who t irefore oppose nod Ifiiself preseni
is 4nu1l our goods ai all idees. tre desire
to assiure them thai ineoaI of being an in.
.1nry in t them, we are doin:g themti. a benefit
by builing aip a business whiah has here
tofore betrn nerficied, and by introduci ,g
tn art icle of hiousehuold utility, mnust ulti
mai6ly bring I lm * info goberal use' in
everj family. Respecitinily yours.
. fi.fti.LE, S. L: 160: 10, 1872.
M sus. Cuf.vKu BtotHans -We oieer.
ftully grnnt you permission to ue our
naimes as you see proper inl commendation
or your FAIlMKt Coolcso Srovy, for we re
gard it ils being altogether the best cook
ilig stove fit time. It is ali (lint is desirable
iii-a stove, for it, is sinig lein constructioI,
has io datnpers., or fues I6 lith odt, and
bakes ilbibik And beautiftllY. W'e bespealt
for .oi a liberal puritronage troin our ttiglh
bor anod friend. believing opt we do that
unne who pirohne dute of themb niores will
eviln regt-t'l 11 fint itill doksidei It a rare
>rigl1 in iise tlays, wileh tzood cooks are no
iarli to get. forti enerlrise didrits Suc
CepS Ittil we hope you 11) ftfaii it.
J V Jordant John Jones ,0 b itdl,
It 1P Neel, 8 Talbgtt, ' MOCAin.
Jan 1lhairtel, , U Itrilt, 1 'I ticket',
iohhi.lagan; IW Watkins, J B Pruitt,
i I. Bell, lenry Ilowib, . A kR.
W B3 l1lowit%, 'Jno Vaui, T V PrIitib
1) ' Ihati-h, M C Rivets, c ddlits,
S () Plniig, :I Jordai, M rtemnali,
W Wickliffe, J Criss.-ttit V Shatp,
3 .1 Priill, I A J Weed, W A IIall,
A .3 Clinksenilv, T () [fill, Purt Itl ' ,I
Iaq Thomesoli, G W Bo*eu Wm Cool,
.I ) Alewine, . A Every, -J TChpaliath
it 't'tilo-, -11 Riley: - i MI
1, Attley, W Vooshee, S W 1rboke
N Aktt,-1I B pot, 'J W hirisI,
WI lini;.ta, J J Ac.ger, J M Jot-dau
.1 C Fooslh.e, W C-roner, 0 P Ot lail.
J 1) Adats, W t' Aitie'sont, V MI Wbbb
1 0 Fooicio, T. I Pickett, IV Whiltley.'
it V Atker, H 'j. :ptlink, P A THUIble,
ST A T OF 80U1TJ. CAROLiNA,
AnaILLLECOUSIY, Jan. 14 1878.
1. . l. lt3wie, Clrk rOf tho Court of
Conimion l'ina lIiild Wneral Shilvionsl for
'annty ani Stri ufore aid, tid hIerejiy eer
tify Iiht I niiI petsoually ncricaintd .it.h
t1h0 above signers, tnid tinke ple:siuro ina
taying that they are, revirally, hounbrable
gitlemien, and men of ci'edit And tiodoulit
ed veracity. I will Add tht the Slttsnrs.
t'ulver Birothrs have gobl svrartl hutindred
of thi Padttat,tr Cooktha~ stoves in t t
Cout y , nnmd, s fa r. as I bir~vo heard, t hey
give ttn~ia Sa unciich.
I eito# le aotocer liateC.
teb 25 $ I''. \V. thU1VEIN, -J. P. A. C.
ni i-i intfurih Ihe Filihiiti tiint the
- : - -, over, anti toe shill have' a good
uti. ati Shioei, of' beft inlllig,
(iotikery &c., &e.
A-. 1i'owiksz best Family )lotir.
Termb in 1 knaolh ni~ of sal4.
tel 1' .lLAtTa ep &t~.
1~ A DDL RS. Briidus, Plow lirhlle*, 2tne.,
iA il ('tirry Comibs.
O 'U. I 'h o rii l 'otatoO, incalud:
hug Birly lune, (hundtrih Ad Pesa tBt low:
A fredh lot of tindin Seed and Otiona etts
Cheese and (General dirodel-ies.
Merfs WVeat'ing Matertals, icludhdg,
tlalem, N. C., Cloih and Caissmeres.
lllankefa, Comforts and a fine aeleetion
bf Ladies D'ress Goods,'&e,
jatn 80 D). LAIJDEtTDALE.
I IVOLD reecltfully Inform the pnblle
generaly that I will eontinntd the business
si flhe old stand known as Mtfeah's8SAep;
*here I will be prepared to ina~ W9# rev
pair G ait'. hiIls and todo *ob wbr .
I ll keep constantly on hand a full sup.
ply of Metallic CaseS, 'Vahiut and Pin.
Joftine, oval and diat tops. 4 s'hare of pa
renage is solicited.
feb 19 .1a '.. W. MaC~stthJ-r
BACOT & Cw
II.WJfAitt reeilvel A full asitment
'df Provisions Grooiriev, (krain, &e , con.
eist Ing in Part of
f.0"efheis Prime White Corn,
250 4 " oa al,
00' " White anad Blaek Ovosl
26 Bates Northern flay,
60 " North Carolina ffy,
60 Dale Shucelis and Fudder,
60 Barrele, FI9tly R.oe, Goodrich Pi.
Eye and Poeofess S'aatatoes.
10 llhde. C. R. Bacon Siden, Bulk sides
ain lttlk and Ilac'n Shonlders,
Lard in 2&. 10 and 0 lbs Cans.
SDarrelg Ilestern Flour,
75saeks Augusta Flour,
'.5 R-ks North Carolina Flour,
lit Ubl Sitgat-all Grades,
'U sacks Coffee-all kindl,
26 Uhis Silgar House Syrap,
10 " Family Syrups,
8 " Now Orlearts Mulasses,
I Tiet'es Prime lfams,
Mttoked and Ploigd Tongued, Fulton
Market ]lear, Vitklifdi dalhon, and Shat.
100 Pair Tirae lhins
0 Dosen Pair flames,
40 Degen Brades Crown foeg,
10 Dosen Planters Stool Hoes, Steel Iron
afia 1lw Moulds.
26 kegs Nails, assortedi
4 Boxes Collins Axes, 4'ades, Shoveli,
and Manure Folks,
Back Bands std Plow Liner,
Iidrae and Mulo Shoes ant) llore Shoe
A Mdil Sibek of Willow il Woodnfl Ware
lihd a choice seleetion of (oots. Phoes, Ae
I Wheeler & Wilson
s vtWI 1vG It Ai Cii i sI
THIE BEST I1'PIt E (A EA - 1<; 1
A N agent rot 11l6 *ell kr %
nlow locatfo at W11lnn-l.
piromptly fillbt- Fullist
Cohsisling of Walnut, Initiltion Wal.
nut, and Oak, of the very best qu-0it:
For deslgn and workitianship uneqauerjla,
and cheap as can be botught aywhilre tiat
side et the bity of NL-w York or 1aalaimor:.
and nd eleap as sate he bought fit ti oAl;
tir ht1tlimoro at l'btil pt'iced. Everylhing
Wilrahted ah feprtistbled. Mattressua nnl
Lumbert fi' Bale. Call 01and see for your.
selttsj AS Seeirg is believinig.
Verblu'e neetly repaired at mnoder.: Ie
frb2 R. I W. PJIILLIP..
1I1E MVORNING STAR
rp 1JOUlGli onely five ytears ol, hase thea
.l. Largest l)aily ClI-Uu lat ion of notv
newspap~er in lh t ilito, :arnd a anircualot io'n
in Wa~iliingtoni fItty per tdent. hargaur Ltat
thant of any (the'aer '.
Now 'combined with i tho t'A Ior .1 A a a a:,
makitng one of the beal Faun.v Nixwspt..
P'ras in tlho Soht h. Cir cuclat ion very latrgu
iad )-4pidlly inacreansng.
DA th? 8'rA a, 1 year, * $7 ')(
"a La 1 months, 3h
'U i A monl)aths, '2 lt
W~akr.Y STA J, I year, '2 (1(
"a 'a * i hoitti; I (at
. 8 m lont hs, . 5
Itmay be mafely assierlod th at nne tiews.
ne-ever esltaolishtedI in North . arolinn
s hideachi raopl.l p'rogrt'Ss hi Turt.
OP 8nlit for sbecimhta copicea.
Address, WM1 . II lItNAhU),
feb, 27 Wahmington, N. C.
BOOT AND SHOE
IIAVING preatredh lte
tery hest Mleanriest In
iao conhili-y, I feel waI
ranted in saying I hact I
cah fur tniell nu'at i OOTI
or' hilE nt anty Silhop
in th Sa outh. All work'l
w.O'anted1 to give sattiafntion. My Shby
is next door to F. Gerlg's Sadbjlery.
mar 14I 8. M. (flBI~1'.
r~il CoartersIip eretoforeo existincg
fjl u~ner the irhtip na if .\artin, lc..
('ieighte & Co., la this dlay ditsolve.d lay
IIR: I''. .i AoIt~i N,
fae b 25a.-2w
Saddles and Harness I
JUfT TO IhAND and w11 continue toa
Jkeeri a full line of liardware, enfoda.
ty and Harness,
fha~dlda BrIdles, flreobiing, Iip . r $
Mlartingales, Sterap heoathaer, IU ..
(eriegs, Back Dandal, Tfac5, Iitlae o 1
The ta'aas g enstally to na viaert ;o.
feb 20 Ud,(. lOgg ogitg & k
$afs ! Jlars
,t~h 4tad Ove dallon .1. ra. Cab
# ly 0l . DB8SPOWITEs & CO
fO(.OANU4LTS, Orang.., Lemobs and au
sor edArcan Candieg..
9a U. Ga. nmiTiorrnE &. rmO
Ft 1 1 4lI3~
Lt ii 4 g
'ti kil 1T A qoll ait, Ta ily, -ltwn t
Collars unri O&(.
Axi Erm1tl oi- o'ed t ir t r r V 13
flglxrc14'll to1. ca. C(al Itfr4 .
Carolinabl Natial Thank
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C.6rlin l'-tionl ..ank
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