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0T Exta copies of tho Nidvs can
be obtainedl at thil o1"c8 oil 8pica.
tion. l'rice .lvn ,r:its per eop .
A lot of old newspapers for sale at
the News and Herald office, at fifty
cets a hund red.
Merchants and others wanting
blank liens for agricultural supplies
furnished under the Act of 18ti6, can
be supplied by calling at the Nefvs
and Herald office.
New Advortis mehts'.
Just Received-D. I. Flenniken.
Me niv's Ale---it. J. MeAu-ley:
Sher.If's Fa.es-L. \V. 'u'vall.
Meul- Me lut y re.
Th Finest Table bUi-n for t lj
'outl-award J:; ikAn Co j York,
Messrs. McLaughlin & Co., adver
tise a lot of Hiow Spring Goods this
11%ooP "C", 7h UT. 4. Cavalry,
Capt. Ilart cliithuliling t pas.,ed
tht'ough this t1a0 last Sat drdka. They
are bound west to hunt up Uaptain
Jack and his follUwe-s:
For the itiformatloti 6f th' publib
a we would to like know who is the dis.
tinguished Carolinian who corted
Mrs. R. B. Eiliott, oldredthteitgh
the inaugural ball room in W'ahing.
A stray engine riii iit the night
bxpress traiu oi the C. C. & A. R. It.
Thursday night near Lexington C. 11.,
breaking one or two cars. Nobod
hurt. WVill these accidents rover
Another Run Off.
A treiglit train on the C. C. & A.
R. R. ran off the trac k ii this place
last Vedne:day cvening. Four box
bars were b.idly Ntrccdl':d and the track
soinewdiat torn dp. The accident was
4batled by a wheel of one of the cars
giving away. Nobody hut;
The Asuciato lieforni Presbyter;
ian Church Which has been In the
bourse of construotidn foa 9btn6 time,
is fast aipproachiiig coipietion; and
it is said; will be the handsomest
house of worship in town whou finih.
13d. We are inforihed flct It Wvill be
dedioated about the firat of May.
Trial Justice Court.
Trial justice Neil disposed of the
following oases last Saturday :
The Stato vs. Mary Jane lDavis,
T 'he Stat6 vs. Jack Dawkins, as
satilt and battery-guilty-sotencod
to pay cost of suit.
* moke House Robbed.
The smoko house of Mr. John
W ilson, five miles below town, was
l~rokow~ into last Saturday night and
eight biama, flye shoulders and two
sides of bacon taken therefrom: W6
hope the scoundrels will be caught
and dealt with accordinigly.
Oflieer Poteet arrested Elbert
Johnson, Bunk Johnson, I'bil Craig
and Renbe.'n IHall, all colored, Satur
dlay night and lodged themw in the
guard house. They had beet iuibib-.
ing too ficolf, for wiieil thef paid
f,1\roo dollars eceh into tbe town trees
Nero Struck by su ENgins.
Elbert Jfohnsoh, a nogro m'an iii the
employ of Mr. John S. Cathecart, while
nder the infl-enoo of liquoi, $un
day morni'ng, tooIe a se'at on the edge
of the railroad aboTh a mile above
t'own, whi-le there the northern botrnd
mail train passed alodig, theo engi'ne
striokinghim on the side of the head.
TIhe engineer used- every effort, to
stop the engine hbdt odid not.- TIhi
negro is not, eeriously hurt.
Winneboro Nationa't ik,
lBy reference to our advertising col
umns it will be seen that official per
mission has been gianted by Comp
troller Knox for the National Banik
at this place to- begin operati'ans. The
requisite amount of U. S. Bonds ha
been deposited with the Comiptr'ollir,
and the bills are looked f'or iih nis
course of a week or so.
Another Railroad Acoident.
An aceidlent occurred Monday even
ibg, about 81 o'clock, to the nijght
express train on the C. CI. & A. R. Rl.
rtear Bateuville, caused by a brokcen
irail. The sleeping car, first olasa
passenger car, express ear and the
engitio were thrown from the track,
without serious damage to either,
however, as the engineer saw the
brokeni rail in time to slack speed, and
thus partly avert the accident. No
one was seriously hurt. and only one
Berve I HimLi Right.
Some three weeks W8 a'n engineet
of "ne of the freight I-ains on tiio
Ll. C. & A. It. R., digdtOered a negro
oy lyhig oleep od tia track fileai
dJer.'S T..U. ii1I4P to wale bNib
with the WIiistlE, tlie train wai 9top
pod and the engineer got down; oiL a
"two-hand frail" and whipped the
negro so severely that he had to be
carried home, and is now just able to
walk about. We suppose he has
slept his Iet sleep bn a railroad
T. J. LaMotte, Ezq., one of the
proprietors of tile Uollhilbit Caro.
Uiilidn; paid dA i init TilesdAj. 18
4as in toin bn buslues conhedted
with his paper: Thio Carolinian i5
ieddeddly' the sifigiltlit aI'd bedA
toded upol' J;utli.,hbU ilt litbi,
its editorial department is ably coi
ducted by Mi. V. H. McCaw, who
deserves the caunteianeo and sup
port of every bonest man in the
Stalte f'r tho )At iotie and feailos
inanne li wiih he hiis wugbd WMtr
agailid the oApressors and ilUnd'erers
of the peoplo. Our beist *ishes at;
tend the Caroliniin foi- nli honorable
and sucoessful bareei.
Prof. 3. Wbod bhvidson;
The many friends of thlid gentle
wan, a native of our State and fbi
many years a resident of Wilnlbob
and Professor of Greek ii Mount
Zioti Collegh; 111 bo jileased to learn
that tie hiiIa fieontly been called
to a positidn upon the editorial staff
of the New York Evening Post-one
of the ablest and most high-toned
journals in the country, Mr. David
son's rare scholarly attainment and
his sucbaseil elpeiibuec lieFitofore
in bonnection 0ith joitrnalisi iutires
t!( P->st, in Mfuring his servides; of
hu'iiug iade a very valuabld addi.
tion to their corps. Tflffe are few
writesso diligent, rd'ey, pointed and
uhaste in style as Sir. Davidson.
The Good Templars are initiatihk
ladies into their order.
Fruit trees are beginning to put on
their Spring robes.
The road west of the Presbyterian
Church is in a Very bad condition:
ill onr town authorities see to it i
Elliott & Coq are putting Up a ifew
bridge ib fro'nt of their store.
Wood%'#ard & Law intend opgning
a clothing 4stablibhmbnt oecr their
itoro this spring;
'the night Cipress irain ivis seven
hours behind briday motning.
Latge drotes 8t mules are in town,
t hey MC o ,elling.
Farmeii aie taking advatitage o
tLhe good weather and are preparig
their land, for the coming erop.
It w ill be fethremb~red that ieut y
U1. S. Mardh'al Anderson withf i~ squad
of U. 83. soldiars visited the resi
dance of Mr. R1. E. Qu'fan in this.
County, last summer; grnd arrested
Mr. q.Ginn foi vio'tW@ the Enfor~e.
ment Act. Net e~tisfied with the ar
rest; Anmderso'8 usea abusiVo and in.
atulting language to Mrs. Quinn. Mr.
Quinn came to town last Thursday
and met the said Anderson, who was
engaged in a swindling enterprise.
Quinn called him to account for the
insulting language used in the prcs
once of his wife. Anderson called
upon 8Tieriff ]uvall, *ho wa present,
for protection, whieb was promptly
rendered. Anderson theri attempted
to draw a pistol, but Quinn was to
quick for him. When he saw Quinn's
pistol lhe tool l'eg bail, and parties
who witnessed it say be made exoel
lett tii~e, as all of liis i'lk will do
when brou'ght t6' the (Et. Anderson
andi his gift sindl4e haM6 g'omi to
wards Cheater, look out fob, hinv.
This excellent Agricultural~ tonth.
ly for Februairy *as redeived~ def~eral
days sined. JN cont'ains val'uable
re-ading tmatter for the farmier, and
every ene ought to take it. Tarms,
$2'6' ds fear.- Walker, Nyans &
Cogswell,- publishers,> Charleston, S.
We wiil t'alko pleasufo in f'orward
ing subscriptions for this work for all
our fi ion da desif ing it, tiius saving
them, the trouble of writing and- the
risk of their money in transmiittihg.
An old w~ite sand gatherer of Co
Idifihia was iuried aliveo under an
emnbank ment, and was readuedi just in
timeo to savo life.
AArumor is cnrr'ent in Washington
tlhit H-. G.-Worthington hbubeen ap.
pointed Colicotor of the Port of Char
Gireenville does a' largi estate busi
Mrs. 8. 18 Gibbes, of Columbia,
died on Wednesday last'
W. C. Harris of Larnevnilm. died,
it is supposed of hard driuk, ait
Grconille, Iewberry an1 6uigiti
are proposilrig th o..establishmtiit of
cotton faotoriie. Why not make an
'otgor 'effort,ih Anderson, asks tlhe in
Deaths in Charlestdii during the
past were 80 ; whites I I; colored 1.
The Abbeville Press and Banner,
last Friday night, narrowly escaped a
eonflagration, from the falling and
breaking of a suspended kerosene
lamp, which was burning at the time.
The Chatooga county wheat crop
nlever looked less promising.
Oldmbds iti hove iiinnufietured
i,.O00 bales hOtr tbol tblii seaslon.
Atlanita is to have a hcv bnk-.
tihe nIlbh-iith a cjitail 6f q20(1,
A $21) Od fire odcurrdd on Obd
Butler place, on Butler'; Ilanid; op
posite the town of Darien.
Engine ers will begin the survey of
the Atl.tnts, Monticello and Macon
Railroad on the 20th instant.
11:11 Thrimpsou, colored, shot Mr.
Wil111m Janes, of Dawson county,
with a shot gun loaded with buck shot.
The cold snalp sonnewhat astonIshed
tihe farmers in the Not therii idirt of
the St.te, but they are at it nigain,
determined to push forward.
The Ladies Memorial Asociation
oh Atlanta have a sufliciency of fuids,
and will at once cruet it oionument to
the Confederate dead.
The Columbus Sun says a rich
Massachusetts manufacturer interid
belling hill interests North, and iii.
vesting all his capital in Columbus.
"Caiualties :" A negi-o giri burned
to deith in Troupe bouilty ; a negro
bby burned to death in Twiggs coun
tyi three negro women and man d i-own
ed in the Chattaboochee. A ,case of
infanticide, colored, in Forsyth.
Burton killed by Bone in Forsyth
four negro children burned to death
in Talbot, negro man drowned near
Bainbridge; white man frozen 16
death in Upson county.
A sorious affray ocurr.ed onSatqr
daty nigit la t, tt Major W. V.
lutto's place, below 131ackville, says
the Sentinel, between two colored
men, Nelson Stephens and Martin
Lawton, which resii'ted in the death
of the former. Whiskey.
A rum reched tha Charlestdn
coiofiiel's ofiee, Monday, that a color
ed man named Burrell bad been
drowned in Goose Creek, onA~ednes.
day inst, ivile navigating.a flat .with
two other colored men. A dopniz
co.roner wdasbnt to envestigato tho
A coloied Minin, Bbnjainih Hall, 97
years old, ias burned to doath on last
Thursday night, in his house, at
Walnut Grove Plantation, Chri.t
Church Parish. The deceased had
been in the habit of placing his bed
near the fire, and it is supposed that
it must have be6amh ignited while he
wasi asleep. The house was burned
Judge Lochirane delivers the St.
Patrick's address in Atlanta.
A negr'o., woinah was burned ,to
death in Elbort Oountyj, Ga;, last
Tois twolvo' 6ades of small
pox are reported in Carroll county,
Idwson; a., sudors v~itih the smitif
pox. Several oases and one death.
One of the young Smith a of Lake
City, F'la.; jaceksknifed his teacher
who was flogging him;
T wo editors died in Houston, Texas,
on the samne day and were buried at
the simo hour.
Henry P. Pomneroy was horribly
mangl'ed by an incoming train on Sat
urday ni'ght, near the Water tank, in
Conduotor Frank Lipsoomibe on
Wednesday last was seriously crushed
*while doupiling car's at, larnd'tt on the
W lashingtoxi Branch railroad, Ga.
Thse accidents on tlhe U eorgia State
'road 'onithiue witli'treati regularity.
Trhe last wvas a simasl unD of a train
load'ed dit'h h6Nes and flnles;
The very fine mill beldbgid to
*Jddge G. O'. Wi'nn,'5f Coweta county,
Ga., .was bu-r'ned b' an inciindfarv.
The11 J1udgd's less' wiil' rdac~h 9,060'
less $5,600 insuiranecd.
Cap~tain WV. James, one of tie' most
inteli'eht ri'd suedessful gardoners
in Jacksonvi le,'Florida,'hmau real ized
over three haljdrdd dellars an acme
tfrom his turni'p crop this i'intor.
Thielleh aadthe~ Bar.
Tfhe N'ew' York Star advocate.h d'rd.:
turn by tilb bendhi arnd bar to the
fashions of tho Nomglish Court,., anid
gives'as ani examlyleo of .the necessity
the styls of'Ehd New York bdi'. It
says :"To a foreigner (we r-d tol'd)"
it must seem infinitely absurd to see
a man ccupying the judicial s'eat
wearing a hb-btailI coat ; mnany'cdlor
ed trouserA and gorgeous wvahat-coat;
and eounsel appearing arrayed in ox
travagant nieckties, crimson velvet
vests and waxud mnoustaohe, andI in
stead of the gr and solemnity of old,
and the imposing stateliness of a
court of justiee, a-burlesqlue comrposod
of legal buffoons and hiarlequine. But,
aside from appeairance, the jestst or
would-bd witiihms, that sometimes'
pass between the eourt and orsel
are most undignified."
Rotatioi of Crops.
An old Froiuch ngriculti-ist gave
the followiig, seven iles as th fun.
damontal priicijploa of rotation :
1. H1owever well a soil may be pe.
> aied it enlinot long tiourish urops of
hii amo kind inl succession witlivut
2. Every crop impoverishes a soil
inore or less, accoiding t.s uioro or
less is rostored to thbe soil by the
3. Porpendicular rooting plants
aiid such as root horizontally ought t0
succeed each other.
4. Plants of the same kind should
not return too irequeiitly in to ation.
5. Tw phiuts favortble to the
growth of weeds oughtt not to aneeced
6. Such pIlants as chi inlyoi eX
laut iNO Stoil' a4 t0e gra.in an;4 vil
pintils, idhouild onily 10 moia nwin tho
holid is ini 0od heart.
In proportin as a oil l found to
exhaut itself by iccemoive crop ,
plaits w hich aic loncit el .Jau a1n
ought to be cultivttdI
H 11 0111i1l
Nain jed by anil at. t bv residei:c of lec v.
A, K. KIhnhiam, at Camden, S. C., on Wal.
nesday, 12th of Mlarch, Mr. T. IV. W. -
hp, of Fairfield to AliUs MATI.tA Wi ..w.
of Camniala, S. 0.
r w i ) - TY Y E;\'. S this
P iLY %G lE)I1TA II E
U~ver ", .i -!4-1h.s proved (to h.. :ho
f"!.eat, Uhifailing Specifle
for Litter Ctr.g and its paiarn! o!f
s-prinig. 1) *%.I-(c I ,-. tC n i in, .b.W....olw..
Bilionls annewX .n ck lile-tachte, (*o!:
preIssion oil(f 'SpI i vi: - ,.1 tom- St1 orn.1 - w :
dirnt; Ch ils a Id FU eci. &u , &..
Alter ear, S of c ratrful .X).n:. '
mhee* a great iand iuirgenlt deaaid. I .
pi'oliace from C ur orignal uin. - ii.,
a Liquid form of Simmon' Liver Cat' .!a
(or, containing all it- womalerfi aid vali
Fble properticx, and oilfer it in
ONE DO1 LAR BOTTLES.
The Powders, (p it as bef.re) $1.U0 per
Sr ni ly na2,1 , $1.01
C~o CA LT10.9 .'- ..
Buy no Powders or Prepared Sir.onne'
Liver Remlat:or ileis inl Pill engraved
wrapper, with Trinde i, -k, St-inp ) ind Sig
nat tire ujibArok en. None on her iigentme.
.1. 11. ZMAl:LIN & CM..
Mlacon, Ga.. and Phihlelphbia.
SOhID BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
i U S TaF
Five ('ar loads Corn;
One Car load Sp-ring Seed Oafs.
One Car lond Flour, incluciing all grades,
Twenty Casts' JBa.'on-Wi'te and Smo~ak
Two oaska Cainvaissed llams:.
New Crop N. 0. Syrup, an~d Comm'ron
Choice Rio and Java Coffee, both. roast..
ed' and raw- piutup in lermet01ical!y scaledl
ponnod liackages for family usA.
D. R. Flenniken,
The Finest Table C'orn~ for tho'
LARGE YORIK S WECIT COR)N-An im.
parot -t variety, of' v, ry largo :.w, rich Iiu-.
g, ry Ilavrc:, awal e xceedingyly produivie.
Packet bay muail) 2 cenl'.
Also a areel. nzoiru:ent of select
(I at-deni anid Pio wei* ed - I i .. :1 .8.,
$ I., aamd $5. cenlections o the t'bioicett vA
riet ie mmil.d to iay amrrcj atn r..elet of
remlit is: 1Ce.
BIncakV a nh~iaan. ii ii, i' o.-er i',a
(ca'l lnagr.3 York, ta..
Iu DW I . EY.\N:.< (0.,
Nout yn h aniib, o , itae"'ail l. ha.;
T A,,U!!YI Ii iiPA 2~ RTMEN,
Ofe Conhyr unroi -u .t!, a'n' Cous
othtnin ta-a Vro.i, Mu''is i..
oeaeAe l: th uberi' -.i hahs
pr6ipnauk Nti h Tw ii ''2
pICho l' lniazol Smifie1 .2 .
Somp Clieda h bil ent -h.'. . - .IA
uner utu bezsres of1,.
ofi h Act '.
proie tione ,Jh ayIao.(iip
prolger.of' Uhnio .crraiy doIc'lye'' e
tide forThe IVinboN toiaIlak'un
thaereoof proved~. inn -ii nayo
comiredwit and Sth ptn0'Suta a aaai
menlactg to busle)C ie iinets of Mn.~ s
saii Atne hnAtaoead
Now threoe,) Jon JAY KNOX,om
f~~~oproller ofteCrecd hrne 'rif
Fairfild87an 8t.o outh Carolna i
] Y virtiuo of sundry executions to ne
directed, I will offer for rale to -the
hightst.,bidder before the Cunrt lIluuse door
i 'nisb'oo. he :irsit Monday inl
Apt i1 next, within the legal hoursoo
aleV, the 61folwing Eeni Properly, to
wit ! ..e ,~
All thalt iee parcel or tract of land
lying being And situllate in file County of
Fairfield and Ptao of Sonth Carolina,
cont aining Sii hundred nau I -4eventy-five
acres, more or less, on waters of Broad
Itiver andl bounded by lande of Williaml
lilair, Jtaes McOill and by land belong
iang to 0h0 Es1tate of Msi. Nancy Macon,
docenur.i aind others.
Lovied upon a the property of James It.
Aahfurd sa t the 8n 1 o Robert oUrdva
agains t, Jiamea It A a I, ford C.
L. %V DIVA LL; 8. F: .
Wiwish.at o. . N\lach 1'. 18F73.
1h 1 il1 V'
SPRING AND SUMMER
G O O D~a
WAT.K IN LA1.ES AND lE NT M IU N.
IMLaugh!!n & Co.
Furutiture ! Furnifture!
AT COS' FOR CASil I
V-' Y"L' n1ed Furaiulre now is fihe time
I '.. t liargains a. I am deiermined to
e , i the FIn jiture oil hanad.
- . da 'bes lireausa, Talles-plaiti aind
11 Ku PeC!cng ('hair, 'iping Roa'mr
- I, w-, liaekv, look Cases. with
x a'-ir:'y !.k combne.6d, l'xlensionj Tables
b a I 'hairs, &C. ('1all a0o#n Iml
wnch 8 MeINT YR 1'%8.
w il.ox, Gihbs & o 'Co I iplli ilal. 110lio.
W Fallfl oys11411d au Ilie
above Celo all Fertlilera-a-. import.
ed aid prep-artd by ) %iou , Ulb & Co.
Clanrletag on, i. I, * ml -:vantah. a s
they have aam1a Il t ! I)( ont :.al. d it uIdy
OIrder soona etoe the rail-oada. nlre
speoii l . 1 c1al 1in i. k.alled o the ure 14
lhae.-aix (n: na\olmired l w vh collol .e.
A pinty tar circubr-l'; giinc m i tearns,
ae iI. L. 1 L.1 10TT & Co.
f b 2.'i-lm
Sonsisinag of Walnut, lX1i.ation 7 al
nail, aind ak, of alhe very baest quality.
Fort deign a:: I -,ja kanshaaip~ unaeqalled,
ail cheap-'s an lwi.Ii haaugt any whe re th is
side cf athe city of New York-I or lhalimonare,
ana chieoap, n cana heo laaough in Now Yorak
ol:ttimore-~ af rebu~.f p:ioc. flheryihinag
warraataed tas - e. int I. MIauttresses andaa
laaumberz faor salea. ( ,ll nod se-e fur your
schos, Oas ~ ning is hel:eving.
lFuaa:rniture - neIty arairedl a raoderate
lflb 21 HC W. P11if L LIPS.
Dom~ei ie.~ 2uwhchte f~oloAig are
atla favoirite- banual.
IIelle of' (tiba.
And miiany 'atfa er lirandsa too, numeaaarousa
to naa-atioan. I'aa-s w!-hing a goodl Cigahr
wil~l finrd it to atheir intres'ia Ifo pil on
1L. .. McCAI!LEY.
Twoa Barrels Natans Old Cabinnt, l1ye
taar 4 RI. J. McCAIILFY.
r .-.f l aaaal1-eragneda agive na'i' tht haere.
, tafter a he- 'aln a '' i t ro StI n: l a.:r
Wecll tried ia esthuizrs, thi~
IETIWAN and WANB0;
Will be- e--anducacf byl~ tem j-.iy Bo nif'
t We.~ .anura area e' k'noon. alhrouagh
th- f.a ral e 5xpaearint af Ia.draa-a or
faurnr int tI ia I onay, atat aauliig a:aa-d
5, ea 'o -I thear v alua. zAppllictalioni ruany
a* aaa'ads- a
Lr. S'. W.il0KilA RT.
or W'. M. D)WIO llT, j
-* '-a Winnasboroa.
T XABLUSHLED 1859.
a ' ra c aice-u I 'urf,
os. Clock', :all qhpuities, I'lain Jewelry,
"a.9 and litatans. 14 karat'. fian; Platin ad
Iantey iold Ringsa, 18 karats fine, and
secacles, a fino a.a-sorteaat.
IAll goodst warranted as represented.
All work dono iaa a workmaanliko man
Iner, and w~arraanted.
No charge fur looking. 'ome anid cee
me, will lake paleasureo in shaowing moy
Thlankfual for pat. fr~vorus, I respecifullyI
solicit a conutinnuance of the saame.
CHIA RiLS MU)LLIR,
Aecond' deoor from Col. Rtion's Oiie.
BEATY ?a BDO.
Ono Car luad fresh Flour, all
One Car load Salt.
R E C E IV E D.
2 Car Loadl Prime hite
25 Bbl1y. Lime
NevGoods i New Good
lDon'I apie~.lr sfore, foril will bo your
lons if youi want full valtie for your mon
Gents, Furnishing Goods,
Ilate aund Capsl,
B~oots n'ld Shoes,
13. F. Davidson & Co's.
( '10O,0.NUT.9, Oranges, Le'nons t'nd as
\) torted Amneric~an (Candle..
jan 9 U. (1. D.4'ASORTP.> & CO,
OORI lo ani Early Roso Potatoes
fob 11 Mc1NTYR E.
1~ AfDDLris. Bridles, Plow Bridles, llame,
a) nd Cuarry Combs.
feb22 .MolNTYRE . ,~
11aIns ! IHams I
'largs for rale, low for ca.h by
foh 15 i t B . Tm'
Fiow tho Abbeville 'rets and lanner, Jan
uary 15th, 1873.
A NEW ENTElttPlISE.
Seven yritrg ngo we adopted (lie plan of
seliiig uBilr ''Farmer'" Coulking Sloves
thri.n Lh ih coiiiu ry with 1ngolns, Isy oeu
travelhng sa - ilrtie n, in orIer it) stpply
Wanit lonye f't inl thel Soujjh; and thatei
i' ly it's hith e nll l'l(t nii *ity of see.
I "opure!.aiilg one of tlh.se inits.
lu nthle houise .ld neleis. The la aburi
dii it si-:cess o our e'niep ice hroughout
le Si ates ai' Mi "sioui i. unituiclky, Teuiit ,j
se t . eorgi. inad ilie universal favor
with whkikchi our tves ne receivedl every
Whe I.u t haiavii , its , li1t ilk order to sup.
ply e iilii,,:. gro.iig drumand, we
nuilt larg.-y irer*etiw our irees at the
otituiry : Ii.: ne I have iicrtsed our
daily narn o lta' of thie onb pattern to
. A'1 I flirt ter I icreaso it to
t:3 id C A~t.::nes to demnand it.
1 Nisit you, are au
( 'eterr s sthough
- dine di ot fiomi our
a ~ ~ ll 1! h-ney elave butt oNN
-. i :. r ( a i srovs, and
Th - ' ve h 4 eoiompilcated arrango
mtic iis ,u its d-tiji s and inside fl1te
3lal. N it .i till oit r stover, but is so sint
I 1y $I:ili l i ll y One mafy 11"o it'
ru t 1':. It ii isury heavy aind made
Oy , :. ei qual0:-!A of new iron so
llineix 1414 1 ot'lre, it tough, Strul plate,
y bih I V i.n cracks by fire.
T'Pc th: l'e n~ in tIe 8tovo trade who
ilhink their busines:i will be runed by us,
atiil wh. t here'ore oisposo anid misrepresent
ii- And tui gomli it all .laces, we desire
t) a tlue t.b tuiI liat instead. Qf beinlg fix in.
kry 141 t he:;, wo aro oing; them a bentifit
by biildlin i up a lisinesi whichk has here
to'ore been neglectel. and by introducilig
ll aliicle of huiierlioll utility, must ulti
imatoly bring temi into general use id
overj faiiily. Rlleseotfully yours.
Annyviap, S. C. Dec. 10, 1872.
Mu1a9a. CUA-TSU Buornsas :--WQ obeori
fully grant, you permission to use oup
nisinesi ws you 0oo proper. in commendation
of your ''At,-ii taoottiNo STovn, for we re
gard it no bieing altogether the best ook
lig stove in u0. It is all that is desirable'
in a stove, fur it is simi-lo in construotionI
las no dap1tpers, or Hues to burn out, and
bakes tjuick and beautIfully. We bespeak
for .ou a liberal patronage from our neigh
bors andl friends, believing as we do that
none who purchaso one of these stoves wilt
ev -r.regrej ii, J'ut will consider it a rarq
prize in those dAys, when good cooks are s
hard to get. Yout enterprise merits suo
eess and we hope you will attain it.
J W Jordan John Jones, J D Neol,
It Is Neel, . S.Talbert, V aloCain,
J a1 ih1ruee, . UI lt rit., P T ucker,
Johin Ilaganl, W Watkins, J 11 Pruitt,
.1 E hell, Henry Ihowie, A Hall,
W it B3owie' ano Vance, T V Pruitt,
1) Pi lianinah, M C Rivers, C Jones'
1 0I l'oung, J Jordan, M Froeman,
W Wickliffe, J Criaswell V Sharp,
J NI Pruitt, A J Weed, V A fall,
A .1 ('linksoales, TN 0 Ilill, Burt lliley;
.iai Thomson, U V Bowen Wmu Cook,
J Ii Alewino, A Fiery, J T Cheliathan
1T ylor, . 11. Itiley. II NI Prinoe,
k,.3 hlHe.y, - W Fyoshleo, 8 W Brooks,
N Acker, It It Daatnport, J W Shirley,
Wm'it nigan, .1 .1 Acker, J N Jordan,
.1 C P-I iee, V t' Croutnr, 0 P Oneall,
J 1) Al:mnis, V P Abderson, W M Webb,
.1 L t'o-iihie, T it luickett, W Whiteley,
It V Acker, If J Elting, P1 A 'ribble,
6TATE' OF 80U'ril CAlROLINA,
A linVItL..lCoUrTy, Jan. 1-1 1878.
T. L. 1). howie, Clerk of the Court of
Coimon I'lea anild (leneral Hooisions for
'oiiily and St at a iforeeiid, do hereby ocer
tily tint I nin pei uni-l on lt ciied with
lie boive s1igner, and take plasure in,
saying lit lis are, Oeverally, honorable
gentlemi, ail men iof Ceelit anld iidout
aid vereicily. I w. ill add that thlie M ossrr.
'pl ier HrI ict.help hiiv4) sold isrveral hundred
of their Farionr. Cvkug tijovos in this
Co dity, nud.l so far as I, have heardte
give untiveirsal naiilsfation. by
-- IL. P. BIOWIE.
I endofrle theu aiboveOcertifi catie.
tubE 1, C. WI. CUFFLN, J.P!.A. C.
HA P P 1. Id Ii sh Pu'.aloes, inlud
P : .,( drttich and l'ench Blow
b- Seedi and Ojijon fGotts
* ., . . . * aile ~.ils, inchludtng,
a .. .dd Cu~imeiures.
andi a~ line selection
A, F,~ GO0DING,
I Et consluant ly on hanid extra fine
I . itplgy IIlorees and Mu tles. P'art ie
n wiiii oif good stuck will do well to givo
nie a call.
In connection with my Livery RIablo, I.
iive opened a Carriage, Buggy andi Wiig
ni Faittory. All work nonsily executed and
vairanled, (live mo a call.
E lIA VE recently received 2,000 lbs.
of P'low steel of different 8izes ; 3,500 lbs,
rof Iran all sizcs and kinads ; 1,000 lbs,,
Sweeds low Mouldsi also a.l-oi ofEx'celt
Weiave on h'anda fresh supyofIrod(
bo'und Ilamnen' 'Tracos,.Coil fifth breast ad
iny Chiains ; Jlinck Bands, Graits Ilods,
iee Screws and Singlotrees. .
A large hot of Nails, cut, clinch, and
Also horse antd mitu Shuoeit, spades,
flakes. Phiovels, Forki floes, Axes, Orind
stonies, wagou anid buggy Axle, and axle
Greese, 1,000 lbs white Lead just recoived.
2,000 lbe, cat ware on hand ; Bridjes,
We have jdsat recived a'large lot <f ost
wagona as:d buggy material, with n ore 1o
arriio., ,We are constantly receiving ad
hitiojns ,to ou r stock of hardware, consis.
ing of lacksmithI's, Carpenter's and
Shiogmak ers tools, and' Shelf ware. In a4-'
dition we have a nice lot of family *vo.
cerie; all of vbhich we offer on the best'
tormes for (ash.
n'ich 8 J. M. GALLOWAT & CO.