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The Fairfleld Herald. t
kE RY WEDVESh Ib .
'TII oLbHN STlK A 'A ILD 0On t
GROWING TI19 FLEECY SAPLE, o
Major John L. Strong has furnish- Y
ed the San Joaquin Valley Argus t
with the fallowing comprehensive
statement of thb edtton crop in Mor
cod, Marlposa> Fresno and Korn couh- 1
ON TIE MEttoi b.
The crops on the Meroed River are t
Inuch father advanced than at the t
rio anto the past year, hnd than-any e
inpoctod by Major Strong. A heavy I
yield would result from all the plant
Ings if unmolested by the bugs which
so seriously damaged the Strong crop
last year. The same crop this year
would yield a balo por nore if not 9
dainaged by bugs. It has already t
suffered much injury from this pet, a
and they continue to depredate upon
it, so that no predictions as to yield
'znay be depended upon. v
TIE COTTON ceor8 ON MAnIPOSA CREEK.
-QI'ho crops on Mariposa oook are I
more promising than at this season I
last year, when the average yield was i
'two hundred and fifty pounds of gin
'ned cotton per acre. The first blooms
on the Mariposa were found ol Wil
cox's place on June 23. Mr. Wilcox
'has a 'ine crop of -180.acres, which 0
lis in some respects the most romarka- ,
ble cottou crop over produced in the
United States and perhaps in the
world. The entire work, except the
'hooing, has been performed by two
men. The hooing cost $1,60 and was 0
'xocutod by Chinamen. Mach of it
was thinned to a stand at the rate of
two and a half acres por man per day
and "laid by" in May. We remem
bor to have noted soine two years
since some rather severe criticisms of
the statements put torth by Major
Strong through the public journals to
to the effect that.ono man in Onlifor
ida would cultivate double the num
-bor of acres of cotton that wore culti.
vated by a single laborer in tho cot.
ton Statos. Tlhe Wilcox oropeviden
ve'sn the fact that a laborer here will
cultivato more than five tituos tho
,n ubor of acros cultivated by a labor.
er in that region. Actual experience
demonstrates resultsso far beyond the
predictions of Major Strong as to ron
der ctatomnonts which then seemed the
extravagant fancies of an enthusiast,
truo and iusignifcant by comparson.
Nor is this remarkablo work confined
to asingle oporator. 11. 1N. MeCinre
has a crop of forty-five acres-tho best
crop on Maripos;a Crook-all the work
'upon which he hits performed himself,
except the hoeing, whicb was done by
Uhinmuen at a cost of $100. Turner
& lohlm have a crop of fifty acres
lnesar thI foot hilha, which is equally
rumarkable for the economy with
which it has boon cultivated, and
which promises a fine yield. The
crop of Sampson Brothers, at tho forks
of the Mariposa, comprise fifty acres,
another two having performed the en
tire work oxcepthoeing.
Ti19 DANNER COTTON PILANTATIO4.
Tiho largest crop on Miariposa Crock
is thatof Major Strong, comprising
200 acres, which we think will give
nn average yield of 250 pounds of
ginned cotton per ace. The crop is
on the iazelton ranch, and the plant
ilng was attended with so many difii
cul ties that they deserve mention, if
but to show the wonderful results to
be developed by the future in cotton
culture in our State, The llazolton
ranch lies immediately upon Maripo.
sa Creek, and a large proportion of it
is annually inundated by it during
the rainy season. The lands planted
by Major Strong are of this charaoter.
lie informs us that '75 of the 340
acres ploughied was a cotton field last
year, the balanice was a jumnghe of
small woods, sun-flowers, old stubble,
green barley, oats, grais, &c, Pos
session of the lHazelton rnch wvas
secured the 5th of March, and the
first furrow was ploughed on the 9th.
A large proportion of ground had not
beeni ploughed for four years, and
was eoveredl with the swamp grass
known as "Mercod staight.," the roots
very like those of "salt grass," and as
difficult to break. The ground was
first mowed, then raked into wvinrows
and burned, then ploughed and liar.
vowed. Much of it could not be
burned because of the gren grass
which had grown up among the dry
stufi' and had to be hauled off the
land. WVhenever sufficiently clean
this greon growth was fed for hay.
The ploughiing extended through
A pril and plantiung was begun on the
l5th. Thus the ploughming, planting,
mowing andl raking all proceeded to
gethier. T1he planting comprising 200
aores, was finished on the 10th of May.
The ground, dry from tihe vegetation
with which it was coveredl, from late
ploughing, and the loose condition in
whiich it was left by the heavy sod and
thje vast quanitit y oft rash turned un.
der, gave but a poor stand. Nuch of
it had to ho replanted. This occu
pied nearly the whole of May, replant.
ing boimg stopped on the 20th. A
d1Am wvas built across the creek which
would have enabled Major S. to flood
two or more acres of very dry land,
but wvhiich was rendered worthless by
some individual above him who also0
built a dam and monopolized the
stream. Th'le perseverance under so
snany difficulties exhibits as a result
a crop equal to the annual average
growth of the MIissisp pi river bottom
a* this season. O. the 7th of July
so foral e talks in thme open fild ' ouut+
o I80 to 100 bolls, bloomis and squares
p r stalk-the stalks not above 2.1
root in heigtha. The best eott-ma is
about waist high. and will attain to
vo or six feet. Major Strong thinks
iat all the land planted in cotton the
resout year on this ranch will, with
like season next year, yield 1,000
ounds of seed -cottoi per aore, or
bout 333 pounds of ginned cotton.
'he past spring was very unfavorable
) the rapid grokvth and develgpuent
f the cotton crop. It was character.
:od especially by cold high winde, and
hio absne of our usual spring show
iro. TIhe lands planted in cotton dii
lariposa oreek were nearly all new
inds, and the *crop of tho pre.<ent
oar is a were indication of what
boy willproduce whn, throtugh ste
ossivo ydira of cultivation, they Ohall
o brought, into good condition. So,
Do, the expense of preparing the
round for planting, and the wiork of
lanting will be reduced to one-half
a present cost.
HAIN AND COTTON cUoPS COMPARF.D.
Similar results in comparison with
i ain mark the crops of 187:3. Whilo
io yield of volunteer grain aniiedi
toly along.sido of the cotton on tlhe
lazelton ranch did not exceed rive
ushels per soro, the yiold of cotton
rill average 250 pounds. The grain
-wheat-would be worth on the
aneh about $360 per acre at present
ricos, and cotton at the very low
rice of 15 cents per pound, 1,37 50.
The hot taind rainy weather is lesling ali
sposed wood wnt'k, e:pcoially thle doors in
ut 8tores and Dwellings. To prevent all
linhikage, and enable them to warr ait. all
ork sohl by them, Mossils. I. Il. .\ hL
i Co., at a great expense, have er'ected.
I connt-:otion with (heir Door F'acto'ry, a
iodern drying room, in which all '.iorn
ro placed 't1ll it'ily Ariedl, beforn glug,
redging nad pinning. This pre aild;
nao-third to he durol ilify of the doir. .
end for price list. of Doors, Skshes. ;itnd a
Vhite, Pine, Walnut. and fatncy I unter;
gtnta for Asbestos' htooliing Felts, use.I
'xtensivcly nit over tle country 14r it:3
leapness and d-trability.
NEW D ETNIINl
ORKING CLASS, natle or Few:de(!,
1$60 a week guarantoel. lReIie'p,
able employment at home, day orereniig:
o capital required ;full a rteions nial
rahuablc package of goods Peit free by
natil. Add ress, witih I cent return stampi1i,
d. YOUNU & CO., 173 Greenwich st., New
Nu.sivtous TsrS HAV E Pnovi e
g N. F. llrilin's Ncw Tit i'bi11u
T0 be lilC Rest Evef Ilnlrl
Pamphlet free. A a ..
M E V E Irk!
Neglect a coigh. Not hing is more cer.
fain to lay tle founaadation for flture evii
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
are a sure cure f'or all di easzesi or I ho Ito
spiratory Organs, Sore 'liroat, Colds
Croup, Diitheria, Asthmau, t'alarrh
II oatsontess, ),. nesp or , Io iio:w. , itil
piIe, Or Brotnch1ial TutbeS, aid ail ijb
cases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudaden cold. honwever
taken, thase Tablets shla11Id 1 ' promaptl3
and freely used. They eisliaho the "irou
lat ion of the blood, anitigate lthe severit v of
the antac<, and will, in a vary sh4or1t titme,
reslore Italil :w'-i a to the atlected or
% ell'.s Carbulio Tabletts, are pat up oath
in blUe boxen. Take no 'ubsiute-i. 11
they oant't bie found at your denaggisal's
send at once to lho Agent in New York
whlo will forward t hemn by return mtailI.
Dton't lie deceived by imtit atlions.
ol by druaggists. Price 23c. a liox
.JOlN Q. K~li.,Odm, 1q lPhatt St. N. V.
Send f'or Circular. lSoln Agent fotr ti
35 Tn'aorsaxn aN Pntssa. Sale intcring
2,0001 more live agentts wvant ed for' oin
LIVli I'STON1- 28 y'rs an A ~i llCA evel
600 pagesa, ontly $2 50. ILook out for inf'e
riot' works. Scnd for' circular and pr'oo
of theo greatest sucecess of' the seasont. lIe
port just itt, 1 84 ittbs. in si x datys, lUII
lBA Rt D)I 1103., putb's., 723 Satnsoma 6t.
No. /7.9 '
-MITHFiELD S PfTSBURGH PA.
Itreecha -loadinag Shot (1unas, $40o to $:101)
Douablo Shot (lnns, $8 to $t150. Sinagl
Guns, S:; to .'20. Rifles, $8 to $','t Ue
volvers, $13 1o $25. P'istols. S1 to $6. biu
M ltrial, Pishintg Tackle. Litarge discoitun
tot Deailer's or Clu bs. At'my Guntas, tRevolvera'
&o., bouagt or trtaded tor'. G oods sent b,
express C. 0. 1). to be exitmitad b'efir
Pff 'ellitti by thJillg
Th'ea now odlorless andr anon pono
P'owerful D~eodot'izer anid Disinfttan t.a
Its aily use desrtrloys all bad odoi
anad poisonousi aationitas abot yea
premtises, anad ther'eby ptreventts contagio
andi diisaoiae contfaitns no piotsont and ha
no odor ofits own, antd is atlwatys sat'o,
"Diploamt awarded by thea Amercan ath
stituato to Tildent & Co., for Ittriomo Chlorats
tam. Theay conasid er it of' 'alaae ias be
nion -poi sontousi andr inodor'oul', noil enn a
cottamendtr it esp'ecially rot'r' eial and tgo
oral haoutsehold~ pul'lrposs where' infe. iiitti'
and~ dloodor'izationt is called fot'.'' l-xhIi
lion of 1 87'2. Pr'epiaredl only b~y TI t 1.11:
& CO., New York. SohIltby all drtgist:
1OpillaPr Ei:pjjsitoP of tlle Gosp
liv Raw . A at~n Ntc vtx, L.. JI., it. ii,
emtbraces the Iteracitinai Serien oif te
sons for tht'ee yearsa. i-a'ery paistor, te'irl
er and famnily nteeds it. l' ndtorsedl by l'r'esi
donis AloCosht, Coble'igh,. Kintg, W'.alfbtc
fhiishops Sitmpsona, Stephtonsi, llaven. au
the Clergy andt lress ii all pa'r of Iti
counat ry. A gens witailed, Lib eral t etni
given. Address ?.IUU hl F & M cCU lID i
518 Arch St., Phtilath-tphii Pa.
iSA1RAT''W)A AI'~i aEGNTa. Sam
lot thae smameJ prposest. Cotttpact atn
Po.rtatoPrepiaredionalylaby U m. It. yhas
& ,Sar'at ogat Sjin gs, N.Y. oda
A Work of Inteuso Interest and Intrinsio
By the gifted bil of tie fatunous "Petcr
1a'loy." The result of a groat historical
researelt : A A tithent ic Ilistory o Navi.
gallon aid its Mnmifolhl Discoveries Fince
the flood. Abounds wilth tarilnig inlci
detis, ftirftil di saters, laiw!es ptiraides,
bloody bati liu, aid gloriou.s ichievvieits ;
also describes diving, telegraphing, ocean
fisheries, &o. Over 200 spirited cuts.
Suibject te. Pricelow. Agnsi wanted.
11 tI BA nD D.ROS, Puhs., 2i3 6ansosu 1i.,
Phila , Pit
The i t rt e i t I ;-C K n i ly il
miedicir-fl lya i I s ha evelr I' I 1ee 'et il
t heir p t . e - inanid u ik to
the1y have :. 1 'wtt Id 0!'v ten. T
o vialt e id il'!tN,hy : i S h h v l ng
re'ghtdd for a li m..4 iht woit
ill'oti tildi'ICVua isl (:pll
it onC und heanc lin-m Th renove arch
has14t lantt been rlwt, teti by ai diiovry
whlichl fully realzes tlIe fondesv t dirsOf
fthe lndial fa cul( t ainiwhich is .ini
r e g'lyded da the Ilost inieortant Ilitimph
thlti Ill arlimcy lts ever e hieved This
intrnt ietietIti is
DP. Tuitt's Vegetable'ierPl
Which' plurify Ill iIhe itid reiove anll cor
iupt htn11tir01 anld unhet'3 bi y aiceutlaionms
from0111 the itlidy, aj l ye 0 1 t ii i lieS no til' -
ness r assiude whalever, tie onl thie con.
Crary tom:l the stoinach nini iynvigoratesi
(tho bodly dilr'll" the progress4 of their
opeall. l'tin. They uill ite the her0iI'tofre ir.
reconcihiable (Itutities or a %strenigtheningj
Purgative ari a Ptn ifying, Tonlit
Dr. Tu11', Pills aere 0he 1n1-A. active and
searching iuedic'ie in existee. They w.
'Olletc a11:1i thw Very roof of dlisemses, ntild
11IV hetr 10v111 is 8.) promtap tllakt ill aill hllott of
I wo arteor I loy are taken t h p:,tient, is,
awatre of-their good elfrems. They mnay be
it l i ali y Illie willill resrti et ofLivi
ol ' OCe I 'intIt Iit'y p o(ti itle |l er litit.
-Sei, gritn :i ebility, ia
nodiie hy have no( rival.
Price s Ce'ts a box. Sold by all riig.
g t 'tilirnep. of ti m, t" and '.I' Platt 8t.
N . Y1.
ie Mtll r,- io 't ' ciolular O b.strue
httemtilown lo J/.' ria J/e/icll.
1 i-i specially aplip igi to consttitutons
"worni down" awal debIilialtd by the warmi
leatler of eprilgy und miunavinetr, wIlen tie
bloodl i4 not inl atl ivecru iin o s
itLP'lenly ga tleItrin lil u. lie .i n la g. -t
Vithn .ss t l 1i pe fet thac i''iton l the Zecrc
I've ormn liani n 8minife r1 by Tulnirs,
lir tplions l h er imks, Puitules, icro
1u11a, &C., &c.
SWhen el ail ill; I'll laid fron overwork
-t and dulies t'e drowziness a itnd iiertia iaks
fil e place of enleryy nnd1i Vigor, lihe sy st em
,nleeds a 'linr lI- b i'hl it Iup win help the
Vi tl F o tl r in thei reettt eati' e
In the heat of sutnmer, freteitly the
Liver and 41'4) do1no properly pselrfortn
liheir funclti. w! : fihe Uterinet -- t11. Urinary
Org as are in.tive., I r-4e it. w akne$ss
of iie totimh .1A itl in., .uli L restl2 .
position to 1;i l d g t
EXTRACT OF JUI-UBEBA
EXT F U.0
is prearedo direty frona mie i Mothld Ainer
tia lat, ill ispulrysuo oal
~lsiilicuht is ~ i'ert'idl'cne hthlel ita
Cred itmC i loo-1 stengthen'l Ith :e L ivin..t
Piweris, aIt tenivl Ctl'il ob st'utior li t'rin
11b s ldt hi e mfreely tak i a s J'i trui'.i
pronunce byitl Oidica'l ri'tiirs I ahe n
ftr ic i n it urimer, ' M To it:un i leosruen
know itn 1the whole.~. ran'gei ofi lied.li'rna
sIstne, bueet, uet la IetI~m
Pledt melitEI VEieTWt'E,
contininfgc tled Soil byr ol n i
whPicea all- )1e Povidence has Liaedginf
s by e lage n of ,Jihe Idvr
r tjh nek oids for Joini Trn-h Cusaln
j\ppetite ;" Itwl abernatelv'co<tiv and
WHEELER & WILSON
S'un'rivalled for speed, enso of runnin
and noisoless In its' no'vements, adapted
with case ( any kind of work from the
thickest nildt heaviest to thinlert cf lfabrics.
FULLY W.A.PRAN LED
AND SOLD ON EASY T11101S.
aNIRc-hinc on exhibition nII Wilbers atld
Dwigh'S tr, attd at I lie i C-ideno of Ir.
A. F. Godin. Where any Mcssa4ges left
will recri 'e in ot aittentlion.
J. B. EL'IN8, Agent,
PURSLEY & TRi U.1' Gen]. Agis.
July 19 3m Alngu.sIa, Ga.
L'1. H/L O
'Ihr tendN vetil Bace-krthli- toiu l 0
l te. llid . -fie v o/~ r tdQLirai
of ongesst Whi asth t ' koe.
- 6tdIr(rein~o e
. Allo Vr~raet
'- .&rd for.rice Lt. -
L H. H AL L &CO~
X.'A' Jfa/hfarew&J~uis ,~
C ,, 1 ,1.2arhet I SreB.
Ois Cut n.11ered acc Mr1g to Ao. l
COngreusst, 1' the yea r IMS by 1) 11I.
IA...&Co., i :-- W li t' t(']he Librariai
of Congress, al. Washirgton.
'1T1~ZENS' SAVINGS flANK
SOt-TII CA ROLI N A.
Deposits of' 6l nilipF Wa1rds Il'ireVett,
1 . It. A STI A1.1.ll 'l .I) A ' T l 1.- T.
Ol-Sn U.V B. l' C'RS Sm t. i';ss A A'S ('
OX CRH.'|'ICl.''lN OP. J)R1'n8T~
A1 XD SI X 1'R R CLX'?. C.Y.Il'f. ('rI c'
.l) ElVRRY SIX' NOWNTlS OX A C
OF FTIC ERIS.
WmI rin i i. President.
Joh 1l i . Pl'merc, Vice-Prai~ident.
A. G1. lireiiizer, Caishier'.
.1. II . Sa'wyver ini gene ral charge.
J ohna C. II. Su ih, A 51istlan t Calhier
JVohnl T11 po. lmer, Tho m E. Gregg
W.* C, Mayes, Newberry.
11. II. I:tledge, f''aleston.
Daniel P avencl , Jru , C ha rleston,
Sain'l 11. Clowney, Ass.istan t Cashier.
1'li;ers, NIlechanics, andl Pi1rofessio n
Contyl Ollicers, havL~ing muoney for whIic
t hey hauve nto presenti iuse, cani here do'poswi
it. thus ai'oidling aull riis of' tha.ls ain
detrl ion ) by fire, ad ,ll mih ame liti
drawi int ee thlereon i ll needed.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Prce't
.(Gen. WaSue llamptoli, Vice IPre.st.
J, D. XKEhNE DY, S3t.o Agxat.
Ill11 hl' P' G L1::I'STON.
lmay I1ly L~ocal Age'nt
131 P01'TANT1 TON A LL~ CONO.IltN
\ViT 111h leave to announlilce to lovets 5(
1Y the 'del ightIful t hat weC have( receive
a' conidera!o su 'pply of Canntied G oodl
Pine A pP' s,
Sat di nen,
(1ltb Fish and Saihion. MoNIu ardo Imisperi1
tale, D~urhiaim I~ Mutai, e'tc. Peachd, *Apph
SistrwbLerry anud l ispherry'', ('urlranth. Graf11
ri.d Pine A pple Jeullies. Alu'o 500) Lb
tle'gant Aimerian Canidy.
june 3 U. 0. DESPMORl'I'I & CO.
Chairs I Chairs I I
~OUR dozen2 Split, lb loio Chairs low ft
may I JtilhN MIfNTi'1217'2
4000) lbs. Wheat Bran,
T.' R. ROBEplRTISON.
DRY (GOODS3 ESTAI}LISIIENT!
A FUhL nnl complete Stock of Plain,
F~i gured neol Striped (1rondinea,
j Linen~ Siingu, P'ercales, MIus
.I lins andi other 1)rets goods.
In Reaidy-mnde(I Clothing
Ti weeds and Lineni,
and1( 01 her' tn uerial.
A full stock of (assimerosq, Tweds,
('ott t nudes and huinens,
Shirt's and I)r xwers or all gi'ados. llats
for Men anid lioys.
Shoes and( Oait ers.
More goons coming ! Now is (ho timec
to seco tUARG I!
Everything Cheap for CA SH I
Call and be convinced that,
W OLFE SEL LS TIIE (IIlNFALPEST
Will not bo utndersould and defies COM
P1E I'T ION.
No object ion to solling t o a few parties "or~
time." provided GOOD PAPELRS ain bc
. Call at
Liuory and Saic
2 T STABIE. W
A. F. GOD IN Q
I[l GEP~ constntl y on hiand ext Ira fine
ii entucky ll Rse and Mul les. Partieo
in wani ol good stock will do welt to givr
me ia ca!l.
13n connecI ion with tnty T.ivery Stanble, I
have ospened a (rriange, Buggy andti Wag
on Fatl ory, All w ork itently exoitti l amd
warranitedi, (G1ive tie at call.
RlooTi AND) S[OE
C ~ II AV 1NG procuredl th
-. ~ very btest Mechanics iit
t he conitiry, 1 feel war
rated in saying thant 1
- Lacan furntish as teat. hlOO'i
or 8tHOE as any Shoj
in the south. Alt wvor4
r. warranted to givo satisfactioni. gly Shioj
is next dhoor to F. (lerig's Saddlorya
toar 19 R. Af fiOILJ3DIt
Now IS t]
TO GET B.
1118. Pulk ifame received and for
t ou'nd, by
A lot of New Flour received
rind for sale by
Ie is receiving regnl1iy, larg
at greatly Reducce Prices, and t
His Stock is 'too .ago ani nu
Mi-liniery Gioods of the latest St'
Laldie-s' Dress Good,
Cults, Collars, c.
6" adln'iost fin
suit all sizes and
cially made to or-'
to bo clear of sh
on hand a fu
SIarri w ar', liollowAVWare, NVO<
anid Mattresses, all of whidh ill
Also a lot of White ead on
at the lowest Charleston Prieo 1
All be asks is to call and exar
ing, as lie is determiined not to I
flas been beforo the American public
OVERU TITY years. It has~ neve'r yet
failed to giva perfet satlsfaction, A n I ha
justly been~ atyledi the6 pa'cons~(for nail co.
torna R Wounds, Cu Uiant hweI!ina:
Sprtains, Bruises, &d.-, &c., fr M: anoi
Becast. No family should be 'A inglato ,!ay1
H AG A's
A FEW AP'PLICATrI'ONS 3MAKN i
Pure Blooming Complexion.
I t in Patraly Veoget:le, ad tian1or'rahMon Is Anton
andr fal tat onICe. It doena sw iay wh thar FInnhoaid
A parnaaen caused'a by hient, l''nugnoaa, andl Ewr.L..
menct. Jicala anad remloves ai Ilotcin an l'unprleA
dtisphIn6 dlark andl uanaihtly spots. I~rivena away
'f an. Frckles,. andt Srubaau, r. laby ita gendi baa
powerful intluenbu nhlantlon thec faded cheek with
YOUTHFUL DL6oMj AND~ MAUTY,
tec by a, D ruggansad Fancy sltora. he1.
Chiarlotto, Colummbla alaI Allgustj
CorhutnA, June 10, 1873.
rp ilE following Passengel'Schedule will
.l. e rn ovr tis ra.1on and after
MONI)AY, 1luth inaslant
'Leave Augusta, at 3.52 a m
*' Columbatia, 8. C., 8.4'2 a mn
'' Winnasbaoro, 10.50O a mn
"a Checster, 12.15 p mn
Arrive at Chra.rlottoe, N. U- 2.27 p m
DtAY TRA IN--Uo-a ao S~t3TtI
Leave Chiarlot t, N. C. at 4.).O a an.
" Chiabi-, 0 27 a mn
"a Wannsbloro, 7.42 a mn
"~ Columbia 1.45 a mn
Arrive at Augutlhi 2.00 p mn
JAM Is AND)ElInRo, GOna'l sutpt.
E..Rt. D~oiaEY, Genet ai'licket Agent,
A FftrSi Lot, o r Candles, Jollios, Pick
Sles, Oystors, Peachoes, Todnattoes,
G rean Corn, Bahamon, &o, Just received
sale at I 12 oents por 1b.-, Nttd .warrantea
F. E l uia.
from the -Eugusta (Gi.) Mill8
c additions to Is Spring 'tock
bey will a 'so1d c'cordinigly
nerousp to mecntiol, cOmistilg or
gloc and Piashion]I.
Made Glotu. nAg,
t Collars, Hats, &6.
Ly kind, to
er and warrantedI
11 supply of
an Ware, Crocoey, Bedsteada
be sold LOW by
corifsion, which Will be sol
F. E LDER.
linC his goods before purchasad
e uudersold by any one.
t. t ge th....en.ii.>
N.I:\CNMsAN IDET o.
iitout rei c~nann. e an r
fspodotacsa fh in sdiment.i aie~c
L ll Dgod8i Wrantd Couts rerste. t.
nor., 60and $1ra0ted. DI. 2~t
Nole crie f or. looi. Cm n
me, iltak prevesure inshwngm
Tkul'er 'pastolava, all peiul~
sit an, continune 1ofi the lai n
Allwor ~iteifA WorkManLlik n 'an
Ar, iil vain d
Nocag o ioklg s m 86
nut, wild takeoplehe ver best wituamy.
Forn d osig a wranhiapctfnaled
aolnt Cohpasanbe bougtht sanyer.ti
osisc'thiy of Wnutw YrkirtatimorWe,
and as cheap as cant bo bought in Now VNrk
or Ihaltimoro at retail prices. Everythina
warraihteil ak kehr'os'ehlet.. Mattneises and
Lnmber for sale. Call anid see for your
selves, as seeing is believing.
Furniure nbatiy repaired sit rthet8
feb 20 it. W. 1?filLLIPS.
ALWAYS ON I[AND.
A. full supply of Metalic Ilitrial Cases,
II ant Caskets, Walnt Cases anmi
Pino Coflins. Aist, prpat-ed to die Job
Work of any kind, repairing tid Gins,
making and repairing Orist MIillk, at tho
oldi stand kg~own as Mcreight's Shoep.
june 24-8n J. W. McCiit~i 1T.
1.1 AVINGI resumed may old (i'ade, I wo.lt
I res pectfttlly inforl hi-y ft'iends anti
the pu blie generally that.1 I mt now pre
pared to inako or repair Satdles, Bridles
and llarness, at short notice. The patron.
age ofthe publio is solcited. Oive me rs
cnll at the old etand.
.une 11 muNr Wme vNTnI