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fho Fairfid jia
E, P'iA r 1 A'E1'1 .
Th-CPIblir PR1iNnig Jib.
Ve extract thelf-dlowiug jobarks
on thie printing Job tin r Cidfore tibe
Logislature, takes (avimi 01h, C.,Iuw.
ilia crIrS'pondoiece of- th News And
Thet- Iluse is now
iMM E r rVIA s Ly ON TI I fi,
at.d I must-say that altbough khey
dipislayed a comnts 'dable desi-re in
thi disCUss.ion of aid nction npou (h1o
bill to mako appropriations to pay the
cxpenes of the extra-sessign, -to act
ilmose pr udently inl v6ting" .nwfy -the
leo'ple's Imolney, )et they exlibited a
wcaness upont one pnt~s ,whioh 'is
abrinng and which ierits the sever
eat repieliensi.ion. Tih o'Lfl orginally
conatempl-atEd the a. rol'ltnuon df
$385.000, divided as t,1fovd.: lOne
hundred and fifty thsraiints dollirs for
tihe payment of the monacors and 'em
ployces, one Isudred thosa'nd dol
lars for outstuanding pay certiflcates
of last session ; thirty-five thousa'nd
dollars for ountingent expeunses of the
Seivite, forty thousand doollams for
contingent expenases of the House,
and fifty thou.,an . dollars for print
ing. *Thlo seot'ions .prov-iding for oa4t
and for contingent expenses, IvelI' all
et'rikor out, and the appropriation
for the pay of members -and em
ploycio was reduced from $'150,00
to $75,000, with incidental expenoes
embr4ced inl tho latter amount.
This was all very well, thotgh, as
was Shown b) llIenos (colored) and
other menbers upon the floor, there
would be a mairgin in even $75,000
of soei $29,00( to meet tie con
tiLeat ex ,ense, which is-out of all
r018son. 1154 40 wena it came to the
npprpriati-m for printing, the House
gave way complutely and voted the
entire a-routi, of lifto thousand dol
ranr. h'lere was not a more unau
thoriz:d alnd rashly extravagant item
in ie bill tian this for printing.
Bult it is evidlnt, both from the no
tia inl uIIs instasnce and from the
P)s'age of the- special printing bill,
msakin' a new appropriation of $125,
000r, 1lr:.t thlt members were as thor
*"E0naiy i'! ah control of tihe Republi
can prioa ing Company, whoever that
msytiirl firm may be, as were the
ilemibers of Congress tied up in the
Credit Mo'-ilior fraud. Indeed, as
I have sugge.ted before, there is a
strtk ing resemblanco between Credit
TiE PUnflIC PnINTINd
of this State. In the one, as in thi
other, the stock ha's been distributed
aimong the lawmakers "where it will
do most good," and one might ap.
parently fighitithe wind with as much
cliances of being ab'e to tell whence
it cate and whither it goes, ns atrray
simsel: against the publi. p rimitii'.!.
Alests. Woodruff and Junes, tihe
clerk. rospectively of the Senate and
the llusuie, and who are reported to
be I le hIeads of the Republican Print
Ing Comsipany, are very affable and
polite, it is true, but no degree of
paer~abinal popularity could elicit such
extnra zi aant appret priauions without
there were some very much more
s~olid indriueiments behind. This
public printing is unquestionably thre
greatest job oonneoted with our cor
rupt State Governernt, and until
its ahurses are remedied threre will
niever be a cbance of bringing about
a gaenuine roformi or a resemiblance of
it ins South Carolina. It ihas not yet
been ascertained what t~re expenses
of printinig for tihe fiscal year, which
hias just closed, were, but for thre year
btefore they were in the neighborhood
of $600,000 ; mnore than tire cost of
tire entire State Government before
the wvar ; nearly twice as muclh as it
c--s in 1867, thne last year of Orr's
iadminsistrationr, and as nmuoh as the
entiro State of Georgia, with. with
tharee times the population, three
times thre area of territory and three
ti mies the amount of taxable property,
cost during the last year. A stop
will have to be to be put tis leak,
or it alone will eventually drag the
State into even more inextricable
than that under which ahe is noit
Tihe Now Orleans Picayune notices
a rinmie cleaner in operations in that
oity wihol, Is worked by three opera
tors, will clean about 600 pounds of
ramio fibre in ten hours. After the
bark is removed the fibre is
carried off by mnachrinory In
hranks of ribbons and thgroughly
elenneed,. The ramlie when it leaves
thre machine isof a straw color, and
when dried it is ready for the mar
ket. Thre Picayune gives no insfor
tion as~ to thre cost of the muachine.
Thre diflic ulty of properly preparing
the mauie libre for the~ inarket by aily
process now ird general- use has alone
provonated tihe development of the
ramnie culture into -one of the groat
industries of thre countr'y. Thie fibre
stands only second to silk in qualitjes
moat requisite fer the manufacture
of fine fabrics, and the plant ean be
auccessfully'eultivated throughout an
i'nrmenso area in tire United States.
Whoever succeeds in producinig a
mnachine wich ennr be sold at rr~iow
price, and will effectually and ooomi..
onhly prepare the .ibro for commer
cial use, will confer a benefit on tire
eountry of' hazrdly less importance
than the invention of the cotton gin.
The Selmna TJies lhars reports of
thse denth ( f roveral negroes, and thec
sicknoes of other, rner Uniontowrj
fre si eartinrg bread made of flour whiel
is- ltnnnnrl to iao bearn posoed
uy: o many'ronidis noos V
of Mon, of hin remar able
attempt at publishing a newspaper -i
on an entirely now plan. Aftef his a
return front the IItoly Land (per'Qua.
k Oity.), Mark took a Wife,,agd pur. .
4 asb4 tilo third jntorst''in the Buf
-a 4 ixpress, owned by A. M. Claps t
Publio 'Priitor. They say tht..
-Mark's tyle of newspaper work was
unique. le is not an early riser,
and-is s slow, If ,niovement us 'of 1
speech, c'ondetidently i' didn't get to'
the office very early in the morning.
And vh thore, his movements were
not y.e:,Y' npbrvous haste. 1
Soatidii , !ns %f' in at 0apaelous t*ivot
e iy his first move was to deposit
l18sblot.' ein the waste basket, and'
replaco them with roony "slippers.
Then, , levating his slippered foot to
a comfortable snsh-ion on the ex
change papers(thpijr only 'legitimate
use in his estimatlon),'it was hit
wont to lay back in his chair, swing
ing himself latily-on its pivot, and
tell qtories of wit and wisdom by the
hour to the :assodiate .editore. Tilis
was vqstly pleaFant.to all congerned
but somtehow it did not work in- the
way of making a newspaper, and at
the end of six weeks Mark came to.
tlie conclusion that ,puilrshingz a'bws.)
paper was not his 'forte. le oliw
over, retained his interest in 'ho Ex
-press for a'bout a year and a half,
thougb,as aforesaid, he did not take
part in the 'active' management for
more tha-n-six weeks. Mark married.
thta diang'hter Cof' arv1i gbgden, of,
filira, New Yoik; tIN. 4itst coal
operator in the ,West. His property
was valuod 'high as $10,000,000 in
his life, and .ad he lived to get all
his irons oat of the'fire, perhaps that
amount iight have been realized,,
but leaving everything by the ends,'
there has been a grea'tishriikage' (the
word, 1-believe) in the value of assets..
Still there is enough left to divide a
trifle 9f a million between Mark's
wife and het brother, Charles Lang
don. It was through this 'brother,
by the way, that Mark got his wife.
TCharle I was one ojf the 'Innocents
Abroad who accompanied Clemens
on his famous trip oi the Quaker i
City, and wrote home so enthusiasti.
eally about Mark Twain that Mr.
Langdon, Sir., sent him a cordial in
vitation to vibit then at Elmira. The
result was the meeting of Alark and
Miss laangdon ; h ease of love at first
sight, and the twain becoming one."
Columbus Carter, colored, who was
convicted at the recent term of the
Court of General Sessions at Chester,
of the murder of Green Estes, and
sentenced to be hung en the 21st in
stant, has had his sontence eummu
ted to imprisonment for life, and 4as
been taken to the penitenti:ary.
Boner or lakor all will be forced to ad
nIiM,-thatinanual ilor cannot compete in
4.iasity or work with machinery, and none
are go blind as not to notiou the great
reduction in the price of an article, as
soon as imachinery is adopted to its
manufacture. No line of goods have been
more favorably affected by skillfully made
machinery, than Doors, Sashes, Binds,
&C. All of the improvcments in this line
are used to get up stock for Messrs. I. II.
IIALF, & Co., Charleston S. C. Agents for
the best rufing and lining, Asbestes' Felt
ever used. Scnd for price list and circa,
TIhe l'urest, and Sweetest Cod-Liver Oil
is Ihazards & Caswell'sgiade on the sea
shore,- fronm fresh seleced livers, by Cas
well, llazard & Co., New York. It is -ab
soluttely pure and :,weet. Patients (who
haT? once taken it prefer It to all others.
Physicians have decided it superior to any
of the other oils in market.
SAMPLES sent by mail for 500 that
retail qluick for $10. 10. L. WOLCOTT,
181 Chatham Square 1. Y.
Genuine Waltbnm Walthes sent. C. 0 D.
'The best, and chenpe mtin the world, and
the most, accurate. Illustrated price list
andl lowest rates sent free. Add ress FUL
LERL & CO., 28 Bond 8t0., N'ew York.
'fihe Magic Comb Bent by mail to
any one for $1. Will change anty colored
hair to a permanent black or brown and
contains no poison. 1-rade supplied at,
low rates. Address, M\AGIC COMB CO.,
A Watchm ree wor th $20, given
gratis to every live man who, will act as
our age nt, Business light and honorable,
$300. inade in 6~ days. Saleable as lBour.
Everybodys buys it. Can't do without it,
musL h~ave 1t No Oift, Enterprise, no
flumbug. K(NEDDY & CO., Pittsburg,
MiURDER. 140, i'e would only call
attention to our Well Auger, with which a
man earn earn $25 per (lay in good terri
tory. It bes afimy diarmeter, an.l ordinary
wells at, the rate of 150 ft. per (lay. Farm
Townshii & County Rights for sale. Des
criptive book sent on receipt of Wo. pds
tageo Adr's AUGOBR Odo., St. Loftis Mo.
"WYCHIOAMNcY, or SOUL CII ARM..
LINO." iow eithmer sex may fascifmate
an4dal th9 love ard affetions of ahy per
son t.h4f Mnhooke,' intatantly,- rf his simple
mental acquirement all can posse is, free, b~y
mail for 26 ets. together with a marriage
guide, Egyptian Oracle, Drenms, hints to
Landies, Wedding Night, Shirts, &c. A queer
book. Address T1. WILfLIA MS & CO. Pubs.
00iUuhl8, OLD HlOARSENES~,
. AND ALL, T'H RO~ff-D16EAEd,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLV 1N BLaUR it ..5
A TRllND AND1 BURE REMEDY.
Sold by all Dru
Agents WVanted. Send for Catalogue.
Domestio Sewing Machine Co.
-ThO .ighos.( Mledioal. Authorities of
T~ssiiroges. t, Purifier
4 btruent knew to a he mediodif
L arrests decay of -ital forces , exhatusti~hl
f the n6idus.'s, jm, 'resto'es vigor. to
lie delibitated, cieanses vitiated blood,
emoves vesicles, obstructions and actis
irebtly on the Liver and Spleen. Prico $1
.bottle,. Jokn Q. JU LOGO, -18 &Platt
ev. Dr. Mdoms, Vator of-the Church
Lto of the Strangers and Editor of the
-Christain Ago"-New -York,-has written a
ork entitled ''Jeftv'd, 'odhiitto Ill 'bnb!
'Otavo volume of 760 pages; beattifully.
iluitrated' This tkodk is tilt!ftii , wtih a
argo salo. Dr. Deems being a tru6 friend
if Sourlhern people, his book will be eager.
y iobked 'for -here. -8old 'tnly -thi-ough
hnvassing n'getits rijipohit6d 'by the TIlb-(
isherp. For territory for this aild the
irand Pictorial Book of rravels "u1lf duud
if~f'a ST' (Tll 1UBLriP.'tU d.,
11 & 18 University Place, New York.
V G-'E TAB'E
The only XijoWn MediclnO.
THAT AT TEIR BAM TiUR
'urges, Purifies, and Strengthons the
Dr. Tutt's Pills are 'dmposdd of many
ngredients. Prominent among them are
mnrsparilla and Wild Cherry, so united as
to act together ; the one, through its ad
rnixture with other substances, purifying
and piut'ging*; while the othdr substances
purifying and urging t while the other is
strdhgthening Mhe systein. Thus these
Pillsa'lre at te ie ne 'timo a tonic and a
cathartio, a desideratum long sought by a
medical men, but never before discovered.
In .othOr wots, -they ;do rho work of two
medicines And do it much' 1etter than any
two we know of, for they 'ieteoe nothing
from the system but impurities, so that
while they purge they also a'rengthon and
heito''h' dtu'sUnfo 'debilitj and are fol
lowed 'by no Waction.
Dr. Tutt's Pills have a #6n. t al iuflu
ence o'i the bt'6d. They not only purify
without weakening it but they remove all
noxious parlicles fro'nm'the chyle before it
is converted into fluid,'A' t'husYnases im
pure blood an utter impossbiility. As
there is no debilitaiion, so thers is no
nausea or sickness ttending the operat ion
of this most excellent medicine. which
never saarins oT 'tornir'es the digestive
organs. 'but causes them to work in a per
fectly nat.ural mnnner : hence persons ta
king them do not become pale and emacia
ted, but on the contrary, whlie all imtpuri
ties are being removed, the combined ac
tion of the S'roapnrilla lnd Wild Cherry
puriles andl itnvigotates the body, and a
robotst, state of health is the result of
their united action.
Price 2b coto a box. Sold by all Drug.
gists. Depot 48 Oortlnndt St. N. Y.
- . ('
- 2AlWhrrant '
LiR H AL L s CO,
CALESTO 8~. .l
This Cut entered according to Act o
gress, in the year 1878, .by I. Ii
ArLL & Co:, in the office of the Librarian
Congress, at Washington.
Charlotte, .Columbia and1( Augusta1
00TUMtur1 Nov. 4 1878.
T Efollowing Passenger Sclhedulo will
. erun over this rea.l on and after
MONDAY, 26th instant :
IJd igAIN-ooING 3toniTh.
Leave Augusta, at 6.80 a m
"ColumbIa, 8. Cs, il 68 a m
" Winnshoto, 2.44 are
" Chweri, .4.28 p 11
Attito at Charlotte, N. 0. 7.08 p in
DAY TRAIN--00,AG so'tiff.
Leave Charlotte, N. C. at 7.00 a in
" Chester1 9 64 a m
" Columbia #2 a m
Arrive at Augusta 8.06 p in
N10!T TRlAtN-Q01N( NORTH.
" Columbia, 9.87 p m
" Wlnnsboro, 12.83 a in
" Chester, 2.28 a in
Arri'to at Charlotf6' t. 18 a
NIGlnT TRAINs-00tsG' soUTHf.
Leste Oiarloffi $8.80 f ti
" Chestes', 1Q0.68 p in
" Winnsbot%- 12.86p m
" Columbia, 8.40 am
Arrive at Augmtere,- 8.46 a mn
.R2. R. Doasst, Gefnial Ticket Agetit.
Bagging and Ties.
5,000 Yards nea',8v ~ d~
Bagging. Arrow Ties and Baling Twine
Jut lecived a~nd for sale by.
aug 28 nE? &s f.lnO,
CITIZENS' SAVINUS BA NIK
4sposits if'$l anidUpeWtds Received.
lNTER88T-Ab1ZO HD: TJIR RA R7'
''F2fV'EN PRR d >RT. 14R? A NNUM
ON Oft2tIFICA TA'S 'OF -IPOSIT
- AIND SIX PEiR ('.' COMPOUND.
ED EVERY ''MONTJi 'O'V A.
O F V I0 E I S.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, Vice-Presidefit.
. '. Brenlser, Cashier.
-J. ii. Sowfdr in generalhnrge.
John C. U. 8mith, Assitanut Cnshier.
Wide IJampton, William Martin. A. C.
[Iaikell, 'F. W. Mcallder. E1. It. licinitsh,
John B. . Palmer, Thomas 'E. Gregg,
. . Scott, Newberry.
W. U. Mayes, Newbeiy.
B. It. Rutledge, Charleston.
'Daniel Iavenel, Jr., Charleston,
fhtt1'l D. Clo'Wfney, -Assistant Cashier.
AWibiff'c, Mechanics, and E'rote'ssional
Men, Widows, Orphans. Trustees and
odftnty Officers, having money for \Jv'h'lh
th'eT lie 'n6'euforft,'use, 'enn here deposit
it., thus avoidin'g hil risks of thefts and
dostruotioti by 'ire, and at the same time
'ira'w interest thereon till needed.
iron in the Blood
MAR(E8 THE WEAK *ThUNO.
f'he .eruvianSyru ,a Protect.
ed Solttion of the Jrotoxide of
Iron is so combined as to have
the eharactei' of an aiment, as
'asily digested and assiniltated
Mwith he blood as the sBltlest
-food. It increases the quantity
)Natte'i Own Vitalizin
4gent, Iron in the blood, an%
'Cures "a thousand ills," simply
Toning upInvigorating and
Xtalizing tae System. The en
Vicked and vitalized blood POP
V*eates every part of the. body,
repairing danages and waste,
searching out norbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing fo'
disease to feed upon.
* This Is the seeret of the won
1derful -success of this rentedy in,
taring Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar.
Chills and 'overs, Humors,
Loss 'of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys -and
Bladdoro Fenale Complaints,
iand all diseases otrinating in
atate of a stenm. Being free
from Alco 0o, in at forn) its
neo ing W et are not fol.
f6tei by corresponding reac
tion, but are pernanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neu
ui into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, fr'oni
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tu2res, 1W strong; healthy, and
happy men and wuomen; and
inv ad cannot reasonably ies
6late to give it(a trial.
See that each bottle has P ERU.
VIAN SYRUP blowonin the glass,
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
1N0. 1 Milton Place, floston.
OD sT U11UG0~isie OENEDALLY..
WE are now receiving our Fall and
Winter Stock, which wll bo full and comn..
pleto in a short lime. Tools anid Inmpli
moenfs for the Plantor, tIfe Mbchainic, the
Smith and Wood-workman. Lbathecrs,
Ch ains and popo of all kinds, Bal lances
Horse andl RIli Sd hoe3, Wood and Tinl
,Wares, ,Wagon andl~ Buggy Materials, &c.,
on hand and to arrive. Wo have two tons
of Cut Nails on hand.
6 nice fot olf Groceries, embracing
Spices, Hanms, Lard,
Itlee, Fish;~ ('heese, Crackers,
Ttffi660o, S9o1ps, Candles and 8tarbh.
All Low for thie Cash !
Bagging and Ties to arrive soon.
J. M GALLOWAY & C0
A-LL persu'nd hav~g (lemands against
Athe Estate of Dr. R. WV. Coleman late
of Fairfild County, decased, aro requne& t
ed to hand them in to the unda'ersigneud on
or b'ofto th6 ftat of 'ntfarf 1874, proper
ly' altested. !1hose indebited are requiested
to make a prompt settlement either by cash
or note, as the Estate must lte settled
1m e itey.NANCY A. COLEMA N,
oct. 14-Im Ereentrix.
Ornu~d Comtfal lHotel Just Openeod.
T HfAVE just opened a first class haouse
..of entertninn~hent in Winnsboro, in
the most Convenient loality in Town, and'
am p'eared to entei'tain both transient
anrd d'ngtanrt b'oardera at mnoderarte rates,
ihvery exertion wlll be made to give sat is
t'aetiorr. Travelo'rs shquld inquire for the
"ORANfrBCNT R A'L."
Terms i Transient 6oard'ing $2 60 per
Petmanent hoardl, $10i per mouth,
JOHN D. McCAulLEY,
nov 6--Im Pr'priot or.
Boots and Shows
AN elegant, lot of Boots and Shoes just
TA'R H EELS.
N RB oed receiving ahgest and
Mast suleeted vtook ofg
BOOTS & SHOES.
they have ever had , and are uow
prepared to arminster (
solitd comfort to
N OT FUNS,
& C., &c.
Ve always aim at buying good ('00D.9
and believe that those who favor
us with n 1i1l will
realize ie fuel.
M1tcIaughlin & (0.
ro the Planters and Far
rhers of South CaroliA,
lE stb oriher respectfully invites
- your attietion to a P'orc Itble I'lankli
2u. siraight rail I enice, which he ciblen
y believes solveS lhe Fenace QeVsi;Cn,
ihicom stide chie citege'of ol.ur ia bor system -
5 now ith question of tle tarm.
This fence is one of nnquestine eri1
so procialmed by till who hav examined
)r used it. With ticarly ON E 11 A LF tEot
RlAILS. flite V'(nsigh-ly crdoketd fence cnn
be con'velted, withi a smatll cost, into a sub- (
tantial. durable lfence, wiithi oi e the uo of\
[tow rails. It. is easily mic-enln ho
rapidly &oils'tr'ne'tele. Properly consreiitled
[t is prf against un, ruly stlo'k, wind or
flood, and will sitnd ten years, if not,
longer, without ropair. No part of the
rotice need touch. ile ground. Requires no
post-holeii n- a ire, no baring or mortis.
This fence h's been in use inl the State.
3f New York and fiiippi, tnd in every
nstance has mttore 11lhan met Ilie mt satn
ninc expecintions t tle Piost pra ctien I
This tetice 'vn palented by Geo. P.
Clake ian to., or New York itn i17. Tiht
undersignedi has pttrchased tlie enthir in
terest of the laent'ams ;c.)r the t'tate of
South Caroiuin, antil ist prelared to sill
COUNTY AND FAUl M I1lI11Ta for the
satme. These will lie 8old oi reasonable
Over the jisily -ponilirr 1'emtce of tle
ltev. Jonil 11. St one, i Lhis t lie followi tig
1st. It is chaper. because beittg ti
"Air l.Lic Fetice," it. takes less rails.
Ileenuase, havilig 1to 'wire nnd 1ost -holes it)
piay for, It will save inl actutial c!.st Imore
tlan dotible the 'ost of Farhi Iighlis o'f any
2td. It. is more dur:,ble. living no
posx, in tle grotuid, it. cannot rot ofl.
Every ra'il heinlg clear of lie groinul, ex
empts it. fr11 11oh Samlte disadvaini ge.
lleiing firmly braecd, il olfcts grtt tesis
tauce to sl'ck, witol or flood.
3d. Being poitabe. if is mtore ecuwaem
in construti(n fand desiralle ill lisp.
To ent terlprising y01 Young m1en i rare op
portuntity is il'ered to Imae nioey in tlie
pirchase of' Coity it ightis. Corresj oi.
dence solicited. Address
N. D As I will b'e aklsei fiimI t!ii slit
tntil the lit of' Novembeir. Patires wil-hin
furt her information Vill comutitillic:ie wit hi
R.E. Ellisoi. Agent, for Fairlield Cont'i.y.
sep) 27 t-m
DRf. ISAIAli SIMPSN,
1)ESPECTF1ULLY' infoitms the citizents
andti lubillic generally, thlat hie ill
visit WINNSIIORO~t, S. C., pr'ofenioni.tlly
thle 10thI day of Novemtber, and:o remain'I
Iwo seks Childi'on's t-et~h exainined
andi trteat ed in tihe umos , skill ful manner.
Satisfact ion Gularaniteed,
WATERS' 40NCERTO PARLOR ORGANS
. are hed n1141t ben~ut ite
in styleo anit pdrfect
in tone0 ever nalites.
- 1 ~ imlie (OONO2fltTO
- NT OP is the best 1
evetr plilacce ini anyi
lsynan extrn sct
ichich is M5 05 'A'
(IA 1 D t N
S TE Et(1t N(J,
TrATION of the
-.GREAT MIM- jga^2
Jroadwav,N .Y, w'il dispj,,s.nf 5t00 PRA NOR!
and OlitIA NS of irst-ciis'u funkers,i t.
Prices for cnsts, ur part cash, iamit-rbriatcd
namnilia mtl a1hymeuuints. Newl 7-Oic.
nyie fi rst-clas P ANOn nasotiern
im i~rovemienis, for 82Q7j cish.Vthyan, 5.
A ANN letos, L'mohu1.%'ui u'jSt os,' S2i.
(mttrte 1Utioglnen mtall. A larige
tuerance A&ocdfi. dtc. AU ENTS WA NT D.
ES TA B LlfD5.
WINNSBO R 0', S. C';
IUTY yearti experience int repaiiring
I k inds of Watohes.
0OOLD nnd Silve~r Watches of all kinds.
Fitncy Jewelry and ('hocks of nil dhescrip.
tions, which I will seilllow for cash. Come
and see for yourself. No charge for look
ing. Thankful for past, paltronnge, I so
licit a continu:inco of the samto.
Oppos~to lia'c6 & Co'n,
'EIALED bido for rent of thto marlke. for
kI, ono year from the lst December 1873
will be receivcd until the 25th~ inst.
9 JOE L COP'ES,
nov 13 Clerk of Counil.
ri lRY a sack of "Pride of Ang sa'
F.ilour, if you wish tho ver'y best
80old at BIACOT & CO'9, low for cash, 2
a E cZI E D.
1 (Xi' loai whlite willter ce-O
I (.Xtr lea( ttili'v wilittar s.* l
, II I1 0li-0,
ea(rl Mel, 'it i
weed IEye , whitle ad lIte< seed
D. 1R. FLENN I I( IN.
FALL and WiNTER
I I L L IN 'F' RY.
J. 0 \() G'S.
aEgiain fake pll. re in "illing the
Iteitionx of th laies 10 our ushh:nl
tr' stoc'< of h-ies p:tern. 111s, anl
onnlCs, Ribbonls, low., anl Feathis.
. /--4 . -E..di3C>.
A rul iie (', DIt\' G 1 1:nlies
reuos 000,14, NIlions~ .and fanciy gmy
mld Toblaceo, Fulrnilutr . .\lresses &C.
AXR R IV A L,
0 CONI Chenallny'. (he'Ice. al mar.
U. G. P> SJ'OIR T RS & C o.
whial I' .1C
Palintedl (ottaug' SuitsL, Parl~or Si , Wl-l
xiui, Poplar tand Pine Wasrd robes, Sidie.
l)inards, Safsi, Secre inies, lIurenasti, Wailh
I tands, TIabtles. Book Ihack,'ITowell Illacksi,
indl I Iall liasck s, Desksh, Cots,. (Chairis,
Piano Stools, Sof-rs, l,outnges,lEtagerte.
llook C~ c Cinter I uiols, Ii.inkk:eepers'
f ools, Crxibs and radxiles of the vo y best
guanli ty. Ior 1l)esignxi and Wo rkmiuaship,
.ineqxialed. ~ wich (1 1 cer nt CuXiixi saa nil
ZDha~rlestort Prir". Sate your freight. bills
'y buying at I1t031I.
DFP all sifles made of hard Soutthernu
W~ood, antd wne'rnaxtesd to give enitire in~uis
[act ion. Use econlomy aind buy thes best.
.Woveni Wire Maftresses
ni ATI wi last alifeo time. TheIiy are
comnfortable, duorable, clast ic and cleanly.
. Wool, 0otton
A NiD liair Top'.!nttressec. Our' prices are
beyond comupetition of the the samto quali.
Mirrors and Pictures for sale.
Fiurniinro neatly Recpaired at. mnoderni
pricesx. Picture Framecs miade to order
sept. 25 R1. W. PIIfLLIPS.
Livrery and Sale
ai STABLE. %
A. F. GOO D IN G,
[KEEP contantly~ on hainl exfra fine
n want of good stock will do well to give
ne a call.
lIn conection withi my TLivery Stnble, 1
save xoened a Carriage, lixuggy anxd Wag.
n Factory. All work nealxly execiutedi andi
arranit eci, Oive men a cal..
1100T AND SHO0E
IIAVING procured the
very best. Alchanics ins
theo cohutry, I feel war*.
ranted inx sainig thait I
.can furntisih as neait, lOOT
or 8II0B as any Shop
xn the South. All work
varrantedl to give satisfacotionx. My Shop
S itext dloor to F. Gerig's Saddlory
maxr l0 e5 nsI GIB .
tEiJ-'I'FiY b o y lo know that I iave just
received a nice assortnent of
FR ENCIL CANIES!
C:,1184ed Go "Is,
:1 tle Oiakery or
O.A ~E3QI..1.T TA.
LIFE INSURANOE 00Y A
A N 1)
.flinfi ore, 31d
Hon. Jefferson Davis Pres't.
Cenl. Wi0ttic llampt1)onl, Vice Pel
J. D. kENNEDY, Sta.e Agnmt.
Dul"OSIC EIG LF.STO.N.
mtay 1 ly Y Local Agent.
MESS SHUAD I
V . FN loilt of Frcsh G rocterie.s, juidt
recisd by .1oh n 1). -\ c(arley., con.sisting
ot2 bils. No 1. iess Shad,
2 " Sal Ilerriig.
2 lhls. No 1. 'lickerel,
2 hlls. No. 2 , ,
5 doen Kits No. 1, 2 and 3,
A1o a lot M' (olitlensed Cod Fish for
I :amtily u.se, which I cnt ico-imiieid rroa
experieneo. Coffee nd ugar (if ill
Grades, Iard, lIacon and liams, N. C.
M ti un intifer, Chieesc and Crackers o~
ll kidl, M.\eal, Ilominy andl Fouor of, t
lest graetis. Also Cained GroHls of tll
in, Oyslers, (anntied Peaches a1nd Pino
-\lt ples. Toto Ies Cats up, $a ,1ineis, andl
*o~ hwi ii a tirst class (rocery', anal so n,
tine~ lot of Leak's Tlw ist Toibacco, I ,001t)
Figzara (Cigars and ol ier grndcs, and blt.
oft till. conlsa ii13n t l o an tie best qunliliy
of lUnprors ltha crn he hiad. Nathn'.,
(aili, tha rkec's lItye, nadI~ Lnclhburg
Hlyc, N eloni Co., V entutcky Hye, t hit cani
not be excelledl. Como anud Iiry for' your
selves and lbe youri o)wn jutdge.
John D). MtcCarley.
B g.3gaj3n are
GREAT ER TIIAN EVER
. Tn Dress
Ings, Notions, Lmadien
-Trimmnings, Ldatics Shoes,
Misses and childrein's shoed,
Alsto, a full line of' Dehtines and
Morin and a tnll line of A'pncens all
colors vehtich ,wc nro Sellin g at immecnself
redutced P'ricos suiting with ilh ie c,
We gutaranteco sat itt'not ion in
whate'er wo say, nid you cn'
be assurecd that we men
Our SNWI( in
suit th e miost. fastidioans, nnil what cann'
be f-ond ini thiis bo (115 yont need not,.
look for elsewherte. tle suro to
give us a enll and we wjil
give you alt the adyvita,,
ges flin, a liberal
firmi can give to
Our Pr'iices~ w ill Teinpi, the Closest
Now is Your