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The Fairfield Herald.
'E VE R Y WEDJVES.D. Y.
The Clarendon Wooden lailroad.
The following facts are collated
'from the Clarondon Press of this week,
-in whic'h is givel a'lnng account of a
new wooden railroad receutly con
struotod in thatcounty'
The South Carolina Central Rail
'road had beeu allowed to drdp
'through the hands of iti -origi.
Bnald -projectors, tind a connidera.
ble amount of citting dht dhd grad
'ing bad been iceomplished, when
blessrs. Land & Pritchet, lardo tur.
pentino distillers, doing a very I -go
-~usmess, purchased the fl*ght of way
'and set about to construct a road
that would take their products to
7narket. The road from Manniirg to
Lano's Turnout, on the Northeasteru
Rtailroa.d, was cleared out and graded
nrld id d with scantling,,. This ro is
Jifteen dhd a b'aif miles long. 'he
bed in constructed precisely as all
other railroids are. The whole strc
ture, above the bed is precisely siuilar
to other railroals, except in place of
iron, this road has wooden stringers,
four by live inches, fastened down to
the cross ties by long iron rpikes
pnssing through both strir er and
cross tio, making the strin era both
atcady.and firm. These stringers are
five inches upon their face, and the
trucks or wheels of the rinning stock
are 'five inches upon their face. The
irietion in running being distributed
over wide surfaces, the injury to the
ra'il; will be much less. 'he 'flanges o
tho wheels are two and a half i - s
do :p, thereby preventing any proDa
bility of running O. A portion o *
the load haes been in operation five
mionths, oVor which trarios have boon
running daily, and most of the string
e'rs are smooth. The rolling stoehI on
the road is common, but quite eficetu
al. The engie is worti ouly $1-,800,
MAt is suflicint to carry seven or
eight cars, loaded, at the rate of fifteen
Iile3 per hour. h'lc proprietors are
now gone to the North for another
of greater capacity. The road is re..
garded a succass and -ans\vers all tho
purpoacs of a first class iron road.
The road has cost about twelve hun
dred dollars per mile. By this road
50,000 pounds can be sent twice t
Fair of the Carolinas.
This exhibition will begin on the
25th day of November, and continue
for live days. Great preparations ere
being made for it, snid it is expeoted
to make it tho best that has ever
been held in this city or State. Its
officers are gentlemen who are well
qualified to discharge the duties
wyhich rest upon thenm, and they are
laboring earnestly and faithfully in
the interest of the Fair. We are
glad to learn that the farmers are
taking a coimmendable interett in the
coming exhibition, and w' I not only
attend themselves in f 'o but wi'l
bring articles for exhibition. 'pl..*
pr.enium list, whioh will be before
the publio in a short time, is quite
liberal, and many exhibitors will be
nttractcd from this State and South
Carolina by the premiums offered.
We have assurances frotn Geai.
WVade llampton and Col. D. Wyatt
Aiken, as well as other prominent
Mouth Carolinians, that they will
furnish stock andI farm rproducts for
exhibition. den. Wada llampton
wvill deliver the address.--Chaerlott
Tranisplanting in the Night.
A gentleman, anxious to ascertain
the ofiet of transplanting at right in
atiad of by day made an experimnent,
wvith tho following results.
ie .transplanted ten cherry trees
wrhile in bloom, commencing at feon
o'clock in the afternoon, planting one
each hour until one o' 'oak in the
morning. Those transplanted durn
the ttaylight shed their blorrsoms,
producing little or no fruit, while
those planted ini the dark maintained
their condition fully. Ie did the
same with ten dwarf trees, after the
fruit was one.,third grown. Those
transplanted during the night perfect.
od their orop, andI showed no injury
from the removal. With each 0t
these tree he romoved some easrth
with the roots. Tfhe incident is fully
vouched for ; and if a few mere si'oi
Jar experiments produce a like r esult4
it will be a btrong argtttniont to horti
cr turalists, oto., to do such work at
l'ho Clayton County i'ruit and
iFloral Fair opened on Tuesday.
Speoial trains run from Eufaula.
A mong ether features was a grand
tournament, which came off to-day
Two ear-loads of iron have been
received at Montgomety fot the
street railroad, and tihe wvork will be
pushed forward immediately.
The cholera has almost entirely dis
appeared from Birmingham,
TIhe Wvorrs are spreading all over
the oot ton belt of Alabama, arnd are
now webbing up preparatory to their
grand and destructivo cham-o in the
next three or four weeks. W ith rains
at the best part of tile season, and
worms when the cotton begins to
develop, the prospect for much of a
crop in Alabama is slim.
T'he following the Abbeville Medi
um is responsible for:
"liena Ilarrison, an old colored
woman, died at Mr. Robert Ward
law's plantation on Saturday, aged
Ill1. She was not W iington's body
servant and used tobacco without
A Midsummer-Night Horror.
Joaquin Miller relates a story horri.
ble enough to satisfy the most nrdent
lover of sensation horrori. It is about
atmiiiisg camp ip'lY'61 0y district in
California whero tho scurvy bro~e out.
They had no way 6f treftinig tho a licted
ones, when one or the miners happened
to rinemmber a curel he had formerly
lieuid( called tho'"eArth 1re.P -o they'
dtig six deep pits in the shadow of a
huge pine and buried the patient up to
le ehii, Im:ving first taken off their
clothes. The eath Was sihoveled back
and closoly jiatled down about them,
'and the six heads in the moonlight had
a gli astly look, 'like nen rising in resur
rection to meet the 'judgment.'' Tho
buried nen. ltlie all hard working mi
ndra, soon dozed of' into a deep stupor.
like sleep. Their companions, who
wero wntching them, grev dozy, too,
atni crawled off to their beds, and slept,
soundly till morning, when they went to
see how ther companions were getting
on. They fdlWhd that thu wolves had
been down and eaten off every ono of
the six heads level with the ground.
l'he atlentidh of our renders'is cald to
the adver*isenent, of Messrs. I. 11. Hall
& 'o., of Charleston, S. C. This firm has
been long and favorably kuown to the
buidiig commnuniiy of that city, and ate
now prepared to furnish from itheir Buil
ders' Emporium, articles in daily demand,
such na Doors, Snshes, Bliuds, 11 rd
ware, White.Pine, Fancy Lumber, Flooring,
Hoards. &c. They are also Agenis for
Asbestos Roofing, Felt and Lining -i ex
cellent substitute 'f'or Shingles, Tin and
Lath. We say to 'all'n wanut of anything
in their line, send for their Circular and
Prico List. june 19.
CAnPI'rrasn , PATTFa:l lAICI:t., AND
CAnoiwr MAIARS will taje notice t lit P
P. Tonlo, of Charicston, has on hanl and
for sale White Pine of th finest. grad.,
wholesale and retail. Also Walnut, Oak
anl other hard Woods.
NEW ADVERTISEME NI..
W ORKIN' LASS, miale or f'mile.
$60 a week guaranteed. lespec
table nmployment at home, day or evening;
no capital required ; full instruotions and
valuable package of goods eent free by
mail. Address, witl G cent return stnmp,
M. YOUNG & 00., 173 Greenwich st., New
"1)XYClIMANCY, or 61UL,. t'lAIIM
ING." Ilow either sex mny faescinite
at d g rin the love nrd affections of any per
son t hey choose, instantly. 'This simple
men'al acquirement. all can posse-is, rec, by
nmtil 'or 25 ci. together wit h a narringt
guid, lgyptian Oracle. Droni s, 11 its tc
Ladies, Weddin'g Night Shlts, &'c. A'4ueer,
book. Address T. WILLIAM & CO. Pubs.
Nornous TI5s5T8 HhAVE PRovrD
r"q N. P. Mnrnhll'ni' NeW Turbuif
E- WATER W1HEEL
mg To be the Best Ever Ilventet.
Pamphlet free. Address,
.Teglect a C-o1h1. N;..thing is more Dr
Inin to lay ithe :,)unli ion for futuro evil
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
are a sure cure for all disca-rN of the Re.
spiratory (Organs Sot-e '.3hroat, Colds.
Croup. Dipi herla, Asthmn, Catarrh
loarseness, Dryness of the Throat, Wind.
pipe, er Bronchial Tubes, and all Dis.
eases of Ihe Laun g.
In all caseh of su dden cold, however
talken, there Tablets should b~e promnptly
and freely used. They equalize the circu.
lation or the 1blood, mitig'te the severityv of
the aitack, and will, in a very short time,
rostore heitlthy i'otion Po the afcted or
It elI's Carbolio Tablets, are put up only
in blue boxes. Take no substitutes. 1
hey can't be found at your dr:'upyisl t,
send at once to the Agent in New York,
who *illl forwardl lhem by return: mail.
D~on't be dleceivedl by imit ations.
Sohl1 by dIruggists. Price 25ic. a 130x.
JOIhN Q. KELhOGG, 18 Platt M. N. Y.,
Send .or Circular. Sole Agent for the
D~r. Shiarr" Specific cures Dyspepsia,
Liver Complaint, Constipation. Vomitinn
of Foodt, Sour Stomach, Water Brash,
IHenrtburn, law Spirits, &c. In thirty-flve
years never failing to cure the most obsti..
nate cases. Sold by dIruggists generally,
McMastbr & Briod, Agett for W~innsboro,
S. C. Dlepot, 146 Eight h st., N. Y. Circu.
lars mailed on application.
Prevented by Using
The new odorless and non'poisonons
Powerful DeCodorizer and Disinfectant.
Its daily use destroys all bad odoin
tifid ,b'oIsonous emanations about- youar
premises, and thereby prevents contagion
and disease: contains no poison and has
no odor of its own, and is always safe.
Dr. BnocK,:Tr, a celebrated wrilei- on
Cholera and Yellow Fever, maintains that
a fewv drops of Blaom.o-Cur.ona,.u,,: in a tum
bler of, water, drank (daily; will prove a
protect ion fr~oin (fiese disenses.
Prepared only by TFILD)EN & CO.,
sold by all druggists. Now York.
Rockbridge Alumhi Sp)Pngs-Va.
This celebrated watering' place is new
opuen to receisfe guests. Those who are
atiheted with S:crofuln, (Obndlular Swellings,
and Cutancous Eruptive Di)seases, Erysipe.
las, Tetter, Eczema, &c., Chronic Diar
rhrna, and D~ysentery, Dyspepsia, Bronchi
It, Chronlie 'fbrnish, fUtopsy and1( Piles,
should loose no tIme in conminig to this
fountain of hlthli to be healed. F'or the
cure of many of ihe above disses, thIs
watcr stands unrivalled among the Mineral
Water of the U~nited Statos.
JA ME-' A. FR AZIER, Proprielor.
S , Agents Wanted fois
OF TE:M BIBLE.
Diissectced, analyzed andit portrayed as real
mn and wonwcn, just like Snints and Sin.
ncos of o'ur own ay. Origin-al, hiacy,
Nrmking andl Poptular. PI~vds like a novel.
Send for circular. ZI XGLEIR & Mc
JURIDY. 6,18 Arob a., lhielpi.,: Pa.
The startling drawback on nearly all
medicinal agents has ever been tht il
their process of purgation and purificatiot
they have also debilitated the system. To
obviato this difficulty physicians hav long
sought for an agent that woujAd
Purge, Purify 'and Streingthen
at. one and the satuo time. Their research
has at last been rewarded by a discovery
which fully realizes the fondest desires pf
the medkial faonlty, and which is jitstly
regarded as the mrost important triumph
that Pharmacy has ever achieved. This
important desideratum is
Dr. .Tutt's Vegetable lIrdr Pill.
Which purify the blood and removo all cor
rupt humors and unhealthy accumlations
from the body, and yet produces no wea -
ness or lassitu.de whatevtr. but on the con
trary tones the stomach and invigorates
the hody during the rogys "of. hir
operntion. They unite le icheretotoro ir.
reconcilable italiies of a Strengtweiing
Purgative andt a Purifying Tonic.
Dr. Tult's lilli rtre the most active and
searching knedicine in existercg. They at
once atikick the 'very root. of diseases, and
their acfidi is so roiipt that in an.hir or
Iwo nier the'y are taken the patient Is
aware of their good etfects. They may be
taken at any tine witliont restraint of dit
or occupation ; they produce neither nnu.
sea, griping or dtbility, atil as a family
medicino they have no rival.
Price 25 cynits , box. Sold by all ljr ng.
gists. Principal olice, lb and 20 Platt St.
is the most powerful cleanser, strergth-i
ener and remoi er of Glandular Obstruo
tior.s known to Mairia Medica.
Ft s speciqiliy adaipte cto gongtituttieqsI
"worn down"' Eid'deb'iflaet dby the warm
weather of Spring and Summer, when the
blood is not in net ive circulation, conse.
qItiontly galhering imi urities from slug
gisliness and np'erf ilon '61 t%'e ller'
tive organ, and is manifested by T'miiqr:,
Eruptions, Blotohe-e,.Boils, Pust'ufs, Se'ro
fula, &c., &c.
When Weary. an Ta'ngt'id from overwork
a'hd dullne's, d'tronziness and inertia take
the place of energy and vigor, the system
needs a Ponic to build it tip and help the'
Vital Forces to regain their recuperative
In tho heat of Summer requently the
.iver and pl"e'hi do not y t'oer y perfo'Aia
their functions; the Uterine and Urinary
Organs are inactive, producing weakness
of the stomach and intestines and a predis
position to bilious derangement.
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
is prepared directly fro-n the South Amer
ican Plant, and is pecillAl'ty suited to all
those difficult ies ' It will cleanse the Villa.
led Blood, strengthen the Life giving
Powers, and remove all obstructions from
Impaired aid Enftfeebled Or anS.
It should be freoly taken, qs- Yirub'bd l
pronoun'ded by medidal Writers the most.
eflitir-nt Purifier. Tonic and Deobstruent
k'fwan in the whole range of medional
JOHN Q KlELLqO,.
18 lait. st., gT. Y., Sole Agent for U. S.
Prir~c One Dolla per Bottl'. bend for oir
oalar. Juno 12
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Dep05ii5 of $1 tlttiywflr'd5 CIethed
INT'IESTP A LLOWR'lI) AT 7''IIE RAT7R
OFAS'EVIRVl'bR CRNTP. J'ER A NNUM
ON CIRTFlICATRR7W OlF DNI'OSJT
A NI) ? IX I'RRI CA'A7. COMP'OUND.
ii).RVm r SIX Al ONTilS ON AC
01? F I C E~ I Sa
WVin. Martin, President.
J ohni B. Palmer, Vice-President.
A. (I. Brenizer, Cr ,hiler.
J. II. So wyer in general charg~o.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashief.
Wade llanmptoun, William Martin, A. C,
Ilaskell. F. WV. Me31aster. E. It. ileiniteh,
.lohtn II. Palmer, Thomas E. Greggi
WV. 0. Mriyes, Newbermry.
IB. 1I. Rut ledge, Charleston.
Daniel Rlavenel, Jr., Chrtritstol
G3am'l B. Clownoy, Assistant Cashier.
P'lantera Mechanics, and Professionad
Men, Widon's; Qrphans. Trustees and
County Oflicer.s, havifik riUtneyrfor. Wh!idM
hey have nto present use, ennI ice de'posit
it, thus avoidinig all risks of theftts and
.(destruction by fire, and at the sanme time
draw interest. thereon till neededl.
LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
H on. J efferson Davist I'toeta
Gen. Wade HIaWptoii, tUfe r';
J, D, XENNE~DY State Aged,
may 1-ly Lo6&l Agent.
ALWAYS ON HIlAD.
Pine Coffins. Also prepared to do Job'
Work of any kind, repairing oid Gins,
making and repairing (lrist Mills, at the
old stand known as MoCreighit's 8hop.'
inn "~Am J.1 VIEGmI IT.
.Landreth Turnip Seed,
OF ALL VARMtRS JUST AT MAND
AND FOR BALE BY
W/ithers '& IJiG~ht.
E XTRA PINE ARTIOLE O1
GUN POWDER TEA,
A NEW ASSORTMEMNT Of
And 16tions AMftg at
THIE 8TOREC OF
Witbers * Dwight.
Our izn3mnerebRE S GOODS
will be sold for COST for
CASH f&od %;t 'dA't.
A FEW LINES OF
2H H S. N. Dadn E in pri
order--which will be sold for the lo*egt
cash price by the Hlogsai'd-or on credit
.z-for note *itIi te1 A~Iiroved *uretie
payable 16th'October. next.
jul? a BACOT & CO.
SH AVE jast teoIvdd a 161 af uiijfCfior
DIXON s NNPF,
Our Stock, already LA RGE
Mnd 1FULL, is rd~eivitdg
*e Xake Natnate i
Id N. GALLOWAY & CU4
which is gst sateed
~ar 0 U..&POTS CO':,..
P R iorzen Spli( Dottom Chairalod f6
Cash'at .,, YR.
Ma. I 01nu nrv
CASH BUYERS I
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT't
A F ULLnndI ,om picle Pock of Plain,
Figured nid 8arii.ed Oreintlos,
Linen Suiting, l'ercalesa MIud
tins anti oter Drcle'goods.
Tweeds and Linin,
and other matei~l.
A full ,t:y 11,. GeEri, Ilr'life
(.tonados and ,inenis.
tx and Drawers of 'XIl grates. Ilfe
for hsidi Boyd.
Childrena' sid Vlt.,
tTt[r gooel, coming I Now is the time
Sse'ur"iioa JlM'A IN -'4
Everything Cheap for GASH I
Call and be convinced that
V LFES8ELLS TI1E CITEAPEP81
Will notV; undersold And 1Wfies COM
No objection to selling to a few ptirtioa "E
timo," \o'led 'OO' 'PA711S can b
i ARl WorATKrmrattid.'
L H. tAL L & CO,
Tis Ciut entered according to Act
Congress, in the year 1878, by I. I
H ALL~ & Co., In tihe office of the Llbrarli
oftCongreas, at, Washington.
Charlotte, Coliumbia and Aiigiis1
COL.UsiIA, ,Juno 13, 1870.
7J1 HE following Passenger Scheitill *
I be run over this roa.l on and aft
MONDAY, 16th instant :
DAY TnAIN--GOING NonT2IK.
Leave Auguesid, r20 0. 2 a:
"ColumbIa, 8, C., 8.42 a:
" jpnaboro, 10.80 a1
"~ tlester, 12.16 p1
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 2.27 p
DAY TRAl--outO BOUT1
Leave Charlot te, N. C. at 4.20 a1
" Chgaterg. 627 a
4 Winkhoto,7.42 a
" Columbia (9.46 a
Arrive at Augusta .,2 p
JA ES ANDis1thN, Oen'l supt.
. Rl. basis, Gencal Ticket Agent.
aivery and S
A; F, GO0O0D i#G\
jI(EEP c nstanuly e~ Ednrt elii~
.. ,, ,y~k Horses and blulfs. I rso
in watf good sto'ok will do *6ii to giv
me a call.
In coniioetlon wIth .M Livory Sta'blo,
have opened ri Ciurha~ 6 ~ gy and Wag,
on Faetory. All work e~h ble6Aied an<
warranted Give mec a calf:
BOOT AND SHOE
IZYTNG procured thi
very best Mechaunls i
the country, I feel war
ranted' i saying that,
can fatn1 ah as heat BOO01
or SilO a's any Shoj
~airait o ine South All worl
arrntd t gve atsfntin.My Shoj
is next hoer to F. Ocrig's Baddlorys
mnr 10 8. M_ (3[LDF.n'P
Now is ti
TO GET B.
LBS. Bulk Ifams received aud for
A 6t of New Flour i'eoeFsed
and for sale by
He is. receiving "egp lomrhi.
ft C 1 ai L
..i isStock is too ]aine and nfu
Viinery Goods of the ,latest St)
Ladi ress . 1O9ods
l nider-Skirts, Corsets,
Cuffs, Colais, &c.
of almost an
suit all sizes adl(
cipally made to ord
to be clear of si,
S hafiaiand a fu
ihurdwaIe, IlollowWare, Woodi
and Mattresses, all 6f whh Ail-l
413Q a lot of White Lead on
t 'orst CiarlOston Pihineb
All he asks is to 'call and eran
ing, as he is tciermined not to b
Has been bofore the~ Amrcca i3I
OVE~R TIRTY ycars. It has never yet
failed to givd perct ~Aijfaction, and hai
justly been style lb~panaceai for all ex
Sprains, Bruises, &c., &c., for Man and
Best. No family shonl be a stindo day
Just Openinig at Ji 0. hidAOS
T H Hadsoestand Largest STOCI of
. Minery, Inchading P atterns, Hats,
Bodelis, Silbqns, Filowers, &c , will be
Itopen for the inspection of tho Iadies 'n~f~
r dlays. Mrs. liong will e are no jid~
trying to pleas. all who mti fdfoi or with
Jnt,,ryG a Nation nn4 Fancy
Furniture? Furnitire !!
n' A large ltof ilist adhs, Maree,
n Chairs, Bied Room 8uits, &.
A fullo I~ JiOdhofiesiN ttore at.
.L oU~~c fo'ur':nea, who can n will,
plow or hoe as [wmay wish, andi wl.l pay
them twenty dollad-s a mionth for such ser.
vico. Apply to
bj.ino 2a JNHNI H. CATJHCART.
h e s,~e Pre
st s, Clo6'2s, a'll 'nalit ~lain jewelry,
Pins and Buttons,Il4kar a Tne; Pain and
Fancy Gold Rings, 18 karate fine, and
Bpectaoles, a fin6 asgbrtiolit.
All goot~ V Mrranted as represent~ed.
All wor.. doire in a wo'rkmanlike man
rie tdnd warranted
- 6' charge for loeikig. Come and see
me, wilt take pleasuro In showing my
Thankful. og past f'avors, I respect fully
solicit a'co01'tinunne(e of fiar.-m.
~ Opposite Blacot &C;
sale st 121 cons per ib., nnd warrantea d
romn the Auguistta (Gn.) Ali] s
6"iddicions to his Spring Stock
hby will be so'd accorIigly
eriOs to in enition, colisistinsg ot
Fle anfd Fashiou.
Made Glot hing,2
a Collars, iats, &c.
y kind, to
er and warranted
I suppfy Sr
n Ware, Crockery, Bedsteads
l1%b 'old tL W by
!omiin INivbic Will be sold
Iinc his goos(1 before purc1a.
C undersold by any one.
h t T
e.50..n 1 .0 e Btle otc
.ude ica FEW APi,,t i ARE Acr
muet. lnas re amve Iotcthesa PmImoo
displlin drki and Cny sot's,re ava
er 6c da tr pr b~tto oits u
yOUTEie FU bt00c% AN&BAUY
Onur Caflo'ingr C'omplNexWea.'
Crht A, Eurl Veeab ait f D e na Sieer.
a'Ed Riot at n Ido Jaay l tof ee, u
ARpare csedy et aineat uie
mok edl and Wh~oc ~it tbe Bacn Pmls
dipaligdak ndu.qBtY ot.1rvaaa
Da. YRela n .~ Fna.i it e;leb
pinfly Infune anesteMdcekW