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The Fairfleld Herald.
I'U ISLI S FOO
The Uno1 lIrahl en the 'Siluation.
We subjoin a portion of an' ed'itor.
ial of the Union Ucrald, containing
some wholesome advice to the Repubs
)ioan Party. The'Union Ierald is
outspoken when 'It wiishes to"bo 'o, and
can do much good.
"Perhaps the only thing left of the
war-more as a co-nsequeneo ' thau in
anytliing elsa-is the responsibility
to which the country holds the pres
ent administratioi for the political
condition of the South. That respn
*sibility is a matter of the highest
moment to the RegiubliCan pa-ty.
It will enter, and has entered, more
than any 'other question, into the
next campaign. 8o paranoitip has
it become in the liublio thid of the
.North and West, that if It does 'not
destroy the party it will iatoiTially
affect its prestige, and, unless proper
ly met, will defeat the ultimate
, iews of the administration. Wheth
er such an issuo is just or ubt, it is,
ntvertlieless, an isonle, atid 'a very
deci ive onre. We must T'1ok at it
as s.ch,'and'ec how close it has
narrowed itself. It behcoves us to
probe tho core of this business, be
cause upon it depends, 'awrmo as the
sun rises or sets, our political salva
tion. The priblio poress, as the mir
ror of pubaic sentiment, has very
little to say now about North Caro
linar, Georgia, Alabama, Florida,
Texas, Virginia, Kontileky or Ten.
nessee, The administration is re
lieved even by the Democrats
from any responsibility for them.
If there is any fraud, cor up ion or
public pluilder going on th ire, the
men at the head of their allairs have.
the brains to manage it scientitloally,
so as to keep the kirts of tWe ad
ministration edochr. 'Therefore, this
questiou is narrowed to the three
t-tes- M ississippi, Luisiana and
South Caroliia. V hat hi the ad.
mI iniitrationr IoUC, and what does it
intenill to do, too aippon-sepublic enti
iaiomot with rogard to these three
Sta tes ? ini missi.ssippi, General Atri6,
United States Senator, has been
elected Governor. Anes is an
American soldier, a , aduate of
West Point, arnd whatever other
fault a West Pointer may have, you
may bet your life on his personal and
professional honor. Ho will never
tie or Mteal, publicly or privately, ir
go back oan the national reputation
of an A nerican soldier and genrtlo.
man. 1ie would rather twist the old
flag about'his neck ari'd 'hg 'hi
self. \Vest Point , .. . -'p
stamp Un . ' eroan yout h,
-,,., ..Sr else it may fail to do. In
the election of Genral Ames, there.
fore, Mississippi has given a guaranty
of -i good, Aonest, square deal, satis
factory to the administratisih, grate.
fill to th; national Ropublican
party, and welcome to the people.
The lue and cry no longer reaches
that State. It iastruck off the list.
In Louisiaha, the admiiAtration is
acting with almost tibiolte force.
Acting through its inest confidential
Senator, Natt Carpenter, it refuses a
di tiiguished colored man hli seat
in the Senate, ard is about to over
turn the K.ellogg Govtruthe'nt it
-recertly upheld by inilitary fre
and to remaarid'jit to3 a new election.
1t0 is rnot dilicult to suiggest what the
result of such a new election will be.
Grant is doing all this, although
Carey, his own brothier-in-law, is the
pilar of the Kellogg raution- Grant
stands by his pors 'nal and political
iriend., better than any marn in
America, Arid lie would not do
threse things if hre wts riot ceompolled
by tihe irresistible fcrce of public
opinion, which otherwise threatens to
overthrow thim and the party that
sustira inim, When that work is
done in Louisianna, Grant arid thre
party will breathe easier; but the
whole power o'f pu1.lio senltiment;
pursuimg its victory with tenfd6ld
fore, will turn, as it is tfrring, lik~e,
an infuriate tiger, on South Caro'ina.
it will demand thiat the manme work
shall be done in this State at thre
next election, and Grant will have to
obey. One year ago, and longer, he
asked otf a promiinent politician
'Why could they riot have a bietter
Governient in South Carolina ?' He
even went so far as to publicly re
wvarid every prominent mane that had
anything to do with th', l'ast. bolt
alb sent Orr to lussia, iad'o $a~y'er
Assistant Secretarry of Treasury, and
kept Bryan, Corbin, Earle anid Clairk
in high Federal positions, This he
did to show to the people tvhat hris
views were. lie was com elled to lie
it. This time hris omt-n reselection or
the success of thu great national .o
publican party trembles In It he bal..
anice, and he will bd comfelled t o do
somelthning more. Thre great tnatter
which we wish to urge upeon the Re.
publicanis of this State, plainly, fear
lessly, and squarely, is, how nmuch
will we compel him to do, and boir
inuoh will we do osrselves ? T1hat i's
Ire quo.-tion we have got to decide
right now, no matter whethor we like
It or riot."
Tlhe Naval Drill
The recent naval drill in Florida
waters sems to haive been a vein
creditable affajir boi the United
States, The torpedo experimrents
were very snggestive and satisfactory
The S/a .qndoah frigate carr ied off
the chiet honors of the squadron.
Rev. Ellison Capers, of Oyeen, hI,
south (arolina, has necepted a tal
to thre r 'large ot Grace Church o
hiamde' nd expects to enter his new
field of o m.a..l. inMay
The New York Expr6' 'eor'
hat in the distribution of honors in
he New HIven High school, on
Wedheaday, a Miss Abby Williams
ioeured tho vald0to4, ahd one
Buck the salutatory.
How bad that young buck will
r91I w119n Abbybid. hil farewell I
Ono of the first butiness principles to
at, upon, Wis - all purcl bses direct
rpm thm.p mnmfactrors, thus saving large
ums of ftoney. For this rewson we ad
iso outr rchdeta 1' purphnse their Win
ows. D oorss IN 1nds, e s. frohi Messrs.
It. I ALL, & Co., Chakri'ostou, S. C.,
who have at the factories. combined
benefits derived from materials in first
haneds, skilled workmen, latest improved
machiner'y, s' 0 tlt).s~tatic man
ngqment. Al windo-gla.l;e 7ith 6ood
'clear glass. 'I hey . ite also "Agents for
Atbestos' noofingFelt.. Try it. and you
4ll.;be pleasei wish its durnbility. Vend
for price list,.icie,&c
CuAPrn IIANDS, face, rojigh Pkin.
pinples. ringworm, salt-rhe in,' nd other
Uutaneous atfft io.na 'eti r'y'.;i the skin
made soft agil ' y using the .i:sN.
Prh 'An SOAP, made by Canswell, .lazaird
& Co., New York. lie certain to get the
.uniper TarSoap, as there are many imi
lations rade with common tar which are
078 A week to agents. Fastest vel
tp ling articled out. Three valua.
bie samples for ten cents.
J.I1UIDE,'f767 Broadway, 1ew York.
CO1]CIS, COLD HIQARSENESS,
AND ALL TIIROAT 'DISEAtE8,
Welln' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLY IN DLUR n 1X8s.
A TRIl1D AND SURE REMEDY.
'old by all Dru hat
WWICING CLASS hiale or Feotale,$30
a week employineut at home, day or even
ing; no eyital ; instructions & valuable
pnckhye of goods sent free by mail.
Addreen, with six conts stamp, Al. YOUNG
& t;O , 173 Orecenvich St. New York,
- A, Year mado with our
2 01 splendid Combination Pt os
pectus. liepresonts 60 difforent bocks,
want:d in every family. Agents wan led,
in every County and Town in .b Uonited
States, to ,make aIpp\manent. E synes on
these vorks.. Sal'e sure and Protlts large
Complete ouilit sent postp'd on receipt of
$1.60, enal ling you to commence at. once.
For outfit and full partigrr
JOHlN E. Pn r1"It- - Il.
SonYET* V44 Vj WO. 'hat will
pay you. .Ou kt.Free. Congenial honor.
ahlb ,rhipi yme:t. Large Cash wages
Garabtee forltkl. either sex, young or'
old ; can be lone during leisuro time a
your homes, or pays immensely to travel.
harge Salarigb to experienced Agents, A,
splendid ont freqI WVrito f& it at once
LARtANE &,HAN ,0j No th Charles
The Highest. Medical Authorities of
Europe say the strongest Tonic, rurifier
and Deiobstrarent, known to *the 'medical
world is -
titrnesta decay of vital forces, exhaution
of' the nrivous system, restores vigor to
the debilitated, cleatnsen vitiated blood,
removes Vesioles, obstuctions and acts
directly on the Liver an d Soleen. Price $1
a bottle, John Q. KELLOGG, 18 Platt
St., N, Y.
lintyralty of Pen la ndaer ete
rfected Dr *14 Ftler's tabRh to
ye p I hon adists 6i as allbl eve to r ere ,td
F. A. OSBOURN, Jfolna Pube inh~.
IeClsryuuharer adwiatts annew .
1~fudaP. te'fo . .n Bbanan Otarenc owaee.
-aor i'mbrt .1a n,grat l ca forean in
arabtocaso.Noour. nocharg,mreaU8ld otd rugtat.
MILLIONS 0OF ICRES
RItH FA RMING LANDS
Now for Salo 'Very Cheap !
Ten years cdit, only . 6 per cent.
D~esgrtptiv? 'amphlets, \wmth Se'tional
Mag'a sent free.
a handsome lilustrated Paper, contain.
lag the hlomestead Law, mailed free to alt
parts of the world. Address,
1000 First (.lass llook ARehL4
at once to sell two of the most
... popular works ever published.
a reqord of' prison life at F'ort tSela.
*alo. by lie,. I. WV. K. lland)r.
QENs ROBERT E. tti
send for Circular at once.
nres all ifuntoru from the worstSe.
ai to cmmon itcheor Pj
THE E1AT RM=iY VA
which 'ohn le "d u'red by a
timely resort to this stafil-to
'nrd prepAratio "as has be
!Proved by the Iinheds or
'Iestimonials rpeeived by th'e
rog t'ietor&. It is acknowl
'eageA %y iny prominent
physicians to be the most,
reliable*g r6pation ever in
trodued'~fr thie "relief and
cure of all Lung cisiiplainta,
and is offered to the publie,
sanctioned by the expe&llie
of over forty- years. When
resorted to in season it sel
'dom fails to e0et a speedy
cure in the most severe
,cases of ughs,'BronchitiA,
Croup, W oopiig Cough.
Influenza, Asthma, Col A,
,Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest ald Side,
Liver Complaint, eeding
.at the Lunga,'&c . Wistar a
Balsam does 1ot diry up
,Cough, and'leiive the cause
behind, as Is 'the case with
anost preparationo, but it
loosens and cleanses 'the
lungs, and allays irritation
'thus removing rthe'iise
. uPARE.D DT
eTst .- row & 49a s, a
And #Old by Droggt MDMus mer
Charlotte, Columbia, & Augnsta
CoV.U1NiA, Nov. 4 1873.
iiE foll mviv -1 wn t
71t A"q' lo n O
ICN AfY. 261 t khstgt
DAY TRAN 01rx-btmrN, rt0
,n n)l .I' o .' 40 a mn
. Cit v p .28 p in
rrive at Chirkl'6 1, N. d. 7.08 p in
L~Arbhad1tt e, N. C. at -. 00 a n.
" .0 4 a m
" . oluma .2.48 a in
Arrile at Augusta 8.06 p m
IRIGnT ?1kI-- 31NG NORTH.
Leavo Augii.qk 4.*5,:P
"t Columnbin j9.37 'p n
"4 Winnsboro, 12.33 a t,
" Chester, 1.28 a r
Arrive at Charlottf, 6. 188 '.
Leeve,Qh~arigte, *.20 p i
"Cftester, 10.5j8 p rr
* Winnsboro, ..~
"Columbia, 419 a
Arriveat Auguis ,s.g--..-.'.-8 45 a IT
J M. ANDER oN, Oon'i si'nt
E. R. Donsxy, Gene. l Tkct Agent
LX' he 20th oif November! ipurchased
t..he ierest of A. F. GOoding in the
Winnaboro Livery Stable. All hsorehire,
buggy hire, and horse feed williteo CA SI!.
This rule will be agric,,k Adbery.'<, 0., 1
will always kee~p on hian good onddle amd
byjgg..horses, also carriages nnd buggie.s
toruilre. The patronngo of the public is
deo 1--3 mII. T. T hRR It,!.
Pacific GORUG CoI1$any~
Soluble Pacific Guano.
m.ukabke e as anh ager ey for incoross.
ing the produicie of labor, as not to require
special recomo ondlauioni from us. Its use
I9r eight years past has st!lished, ipp
shiarsay to r 14li8b# boie heeo. The
arge fixJ 0 'apitn invested by the Comn
Pany in this trade affords the Purest
(uaranutee of the contUinued excellence of
his Guap a The '"pyliep put into market
his .e a son a o,. a. heret of ore,
reptrd unj er Ihd i subdi tendance0
anc o Dr. .' . Jttliab, 1Iavalid , Chemist
if thie Comnpang,, $it Charleston, 8. C.
lenee plant.e:. mif I'est assured t hat its
luality and comnposition Is preclsely thb
amte as that heretofbrseabld.
J. N. RlOIIBON,
oelling A geht Cl~d , 'b.
JOlhN S. REESE & CO.
Terms.---$48, cash 8 'ne 1that
To accomnodat eplatebs. they ean order
ow and have until lst, oftA ,rl to decide
a to whether they will ta oet time o
ash price., When,. del qls o ,h
ictory bylt'b car load, no drayage will
e charged. .. ,
ACID PHQIOSPHIATS. GUANO, SONE5
L ATEI~, &c., alwaysp andjo
.000 .,.~oin" ,iars
1000 Compa'nera Olgara.
1000 Cherooste Cigars.
feb 14 U. 0. ne'aORNkg & .
Atbal&lfin u a&A 7 GAl1,
A r WrA M rraented.
LILHALL & CO
01IZENS' SAffiM1S BANK
SOUTH CVARO iv .
Deposits or .ild tlpwnida Recelite,
INTER I0ST ALI,0 'R1) 4 T RA I51!YR
OPSEVEV /.'X' CEN o''EU ANNUA
ON DRJOIA!CA lh 'I)EI'OS12
AN1I},~ I'- CE2T. CONPO UI).
A-E VERY SIX AlONTIIS ON A.
oT c s.
Jeln B. Palmner, Vice-Pressidest.
A. 0. Brenizer, Cashier.
J..I. Snrjcr in.generql charge...
John C. P. -Smith, Assistlan Cashier,
Wade IlRgiptpp. WillZA. AfIl . P. X
askell,. P. WrIV e. E. If.. Ilointabh
John B. Palmer, Thoinas t. Gregg
a G . .3SCei, iwrbry.
W. 0. Afy es, N e w be6.r.
B.. . ,Ifharlest o..
Dafiiel.Ityenel, Jr., Charleston,
am'l 3. Ci Assis.'tant Chshier.
uee Meghanie.. and( -Professiona
,nn-, Widpws, Orphans. Trustees an<
.0outnty O'..cera. having mpney for whici
L u'' W Presont uano. can houre deposi
.~, t . idig al risks of then, sq
sEr ipn. by'fre, and at the same ti,,
Iraw interest thereon till needed.
b. ',AUDE IDALE'S.
A LT hobest'vnrietiesof Pointoes, een
sisting of Ea',rly lpse, 'Pink Eye, 11u10
Eye, Goodrich and Peach Blooms.
A fresh supply of Garden Seeds, an
Oion Buttons, all of whioh will be sol
low for CAS11.
of stho follow:ng kinde'.
FOR 8.\LE BY
A 1, who ga-ve mie heir nose, roi. (urn
. inis Fer ti lize r. n reic hy not infh'
tha tnssheir not ni-e due on I le fir, Isi d
of Novemb'e r no: I, nand nire inn mny hsand
for col lees ion. 'Thlnoe whos g've tne ine&
notes fosCostos 1.-' od, will tInit-beii' hne
at sige Expiress .1 ise. I hope ftr a promp~
oaymnt ot both. I
..".4 ._ JNO. _I1. CA TIICAIRT
W E have a lot of choice Liquors, con
sistisng of thso foibowing bruinds
Zeigler Rye, F inc Ap~ple IBrandy, N. E~
Ruim, Blackbeni.y wine, Corn lhikey
h onoangaheia W):siskey, 0 inn, and a sioci
.of Groceries, cens lasting of Sngar, Tehacae
o0, Soap. 8tarah, &o., &co., all of which wil
be mold low for, cashn at the store oum
door south of 11. F. Davidson's.
GEORGil W. BARiBER (.f.
MIY friends and (hopublio sneral,,,
t~o,1n And contry are hereby not nfied that
having risen from the ashes of the late
fire, I IjaveJust fairly resumed business in
theo store nexthePst Offiee and am
P'pieti (e fdt.ip~t al1 goods uisually
found in a Dakery and Confeotionary
Among the goods of my own. manufacture,
may he found
Brea4, Cakesand1p}4s besides French and
pilan eandice, fluo ..priety Raisins
Currconil5 Citron,Jeltlies CocoRanuft
Nt pf ali kinds Da'es,'
liajle liuger, Choco.
Hlavojst reocive4.a flss lot of pghth'dret
carriages which I offet' low for the CASII.
= .21 e.
WILL IN SOL AS FOLA)WV3:
$50 PER TON OF 9,000bs
$55 EfR TON O i000lbE
P aIeNV i be l1, 1874.
PhI ttilid bray i oC I A id d.
iTS SUCC'ESS IS
U N P A RAL L EL E 'D
A D rTs STANDARD IS
WILL BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS:
,$$3 Per Ton of 2,000 1b.
I$38 Per Ton of 2,000 lb
Payable November1 1874.
['reight anrl Drayage added.
FOR SA LE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS'& C1
GENERAL AGENTS AT
ona1ri?1estConi, 3. c
To the Planters and J"ar
mers of South Carolina.
F 31E subscriber respecifully invil
..Lyour attention I(. a Portable Pin
anti straight rail feno -, which he conid '
ly helieves solves the Fence Questt:
whic.a since the chauj.e of our labot tis
1 .t now the questionh f the farin.
This fence is one of undnestioned Tre
so problalmed by all who 'have examin
or used it. W.ith ne';ly ONE lAfF LE
RAiLS, the unsiighlu y crooked fence c
be conveitedl, with a: -mail cart, into a sr
stan tial. durable ren.l e, withlouat the tlise
.ne'w rails. It. i,' a siy mad~ce-enn
!rapidly constructed. Properly construct
't is proof agaitnst uii ruly .s'ock, wind
flood. and will stani -i ten years, if t
longer, without ropa ir. No part of
fenace n)eed r (tti Ich rpoh,:l Ieiii
Post -holes. no i. ic n brin or ircrt
o h iv fenrce bui i-:' o i;1,tt nc'
ofitii New c York and .ii i'cqtc i
ncuine. expecc:1tiu' cto ihe ncci pratec
l'This lence. S its jareti --I hvlv (lo
Clake andt I.o. . or New York in~ i81;7 T
teret of tbe j :atenhetes tottm.1 tt
$ih Car'ol ia, c'i is pr pared to it
(INTYX .A D1 PA~Itl MIC I ilTh Ior
c'~tna it will tC scull lii reasonit
ht: j..ly popular Fenco or
li . II. St one, it has the followic
- rI. is chta.per.. becauso being
Acir -i1 'a Pence," it takes lnsa ri
liecause, hlaving no wire and post-holes
ay for, it ,will save in actual cost yno
t, an dou bi the cost of Farmt lIights ofai
2nd.. It itt more durable. Ilaving i
pos'. in the ground, it cannot rot o
Every rail beitig clear of the~ ground, e
cmpts It fronh-.the Sano disadvantag
liring firmly braiced, it nIler, great resi
lance to ateck, wind or flood.
.3d. Being por table, it Is more con venlo
in construction and dlesirable in usee.
l'o enterprising young tmen a rare oi
portunity is offered to mnake money in t:
putrchase or County Righits. Correspo
dlence soli ited. Addlreas :
-. ii. RoilTSN
.N. fl As I will be absent from the slet
until tihe 1st of November. Part ies wialhi
further inroratation will comtnuniente wi
IR.E. Ellison. Agett (or Fairfield Oounity*
1B0OT AND) S110E
very hest Mlechanics
the country, I feel W,
- ranted in saying that
cana furnisht as neat Boa
or .8II0E: ts arty Shc
n , ,in the Soutly.. All wot
warrated I c give satisfactionti My Shc
Is next door to F. Oertg's .Saddleory
mar 19t S. M1. OILBhIFT.
Z TIPI utelersignedl respec
foully el:'fuia lis frient
and the ,traveling pulc
that lhe nasti remuoved ed that, large afi
commodlotus house foriirly ktnown as th
"Filrfleldl hotel" wherc hA will bie prepare
to entertain themn aa heretefore. Th
patronage of my fellow citizens of Fait'fiel
partIcularly solicited. To both transies
and regular boarders my terms will ii
made satisfactory. '
,I L. CROWN..
(u oiisiming of Walno t Chnmber Sur,ts,
Painted Coltinge Stils Parlor suits, IN ai
nut, Poplar and I'M . W rId<.bei , Fde
boards, Sa'es, Secrel'a viet, larenus, i nwh
StalldQ, Taibl.s. Book ' lacks, Tnwell'Anels,
And IlaIl Racks. D vsks, Cots. (Qhnirs,
Piarmi Si(lol, Sofas, Loun E , .1 1ge -6,
Book Caes, Countei Stoola Iloolkk.eepers
C.rl, 1i14 nil (I" adles of tle V -ry h.s
111u1aliy. For l'esig 11 an1d Worl tanislim
uinerinnled, which Nc o 'er at Clmisni:A,
Cl'rle*ston l'rices. ' nveyour freighbil hl
by buying at I BI .
So il Fyles miat !o of hard Seinthern
Wood, aind4 wnernIAte -4 to give entire satis
action. Use econo -ny and buy th.o best
Woven Wii -e Mattresss
Ti' will last a I A time. T'hey a' o
coimtfortable, durable, elastic and cleau y
Wool, ( 'otton
AND Hair Top'M[nttres see. Our pricep art
beyond o-,petition of Lhe tho same quai.
Mirrors and PiCtur( a for ale.
44. Rpli 'lng.
Purniture neatly It paired at oderate
prices. Picture Fraint -s mad 2 to rder
.ept 25 R . W. P1 IILLIl 8.
A Boarding and Day School for Young
MRS. E. 1. MOORE,
MISS SALi ,1E ROlINSON, I ni.pa1ls
DoARD or TnBsTE3S.
. Hn. It. RonanTSoN, President.
Col. J. 11. RIO-, H. L. ELLIOTT, E8.,
Capt. .0 . BNATY Capt. S. B. CLOWNHY,
J. B. Mcf ANTS, Esq., G. 11. MOMASTEn.
TERMS Of TUITION.
For 'higher branches, including the'
- langui ges, per session. $26.
Fo intermediate classes, per ses
P 3r primary clasases, per sessiot, e12
Misic, per ssib-i. ..1
Boarding. per month-, including wash
Jng, fuel and lights, per m . S3G.
Terms of payment-quarterly in advance
~ \~VV OffeP our S&t k of
D) iy Goods
J M )DrgTss oods,
-. Special at entiqE 'chJfe' td on
e, Lot of ShI awls ofTe red at COST
One Lot of Cloalks .offered. ht
ur COST 1 One tot of Olothiing,
cons8istl ng pif Ilandsomne Cassi
e mpre s, Fancy Cassin~eres
-Pa d 'Islack Cloth Coats
'T' CAS1 CtiM2B
h W&aWa j AW.
- F OOD11 tG;
PRO1'RLE Oa, ..
di TAVINO disposed of my Livet'y Inter.
dIL est to H. T. Terrill, I will keep
o coonstantly oa hand Horses and mules for $
d sale. Parties in want of goodl stock will 1'
t do Well to give me a call... a
e I have also opened a Carriage, Dluggy sp
and Waggon Fntoory-- All work neahl 01
executed and warrantad. Give me s .
A. F. annnrIn ..
OWING to the low p:'ice of
Cotton and the grdat scarcity
of money, we hoil offer our
entire Stock of Goods at ex
tremely low pirces. E- pecial
attention is called to o'or veiy
largye Stock o
Gooes, boots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and a splendid
line of Cassimeres, all of which
we offer at panic prices and to
suit the times. Come with the
CASH and '9et BARGA l INS!
ALL those. indebted to Of
Are urgently reilested to com
torward anl se.l 1 , as w :
are greatly in need of money.
O,1 Car Load Salt,
" Fonr-all grader,
" " " Bacon and Lad,
25 bbls. of EpIhig and Planting Pota
toes, all of which will be sold
LOW FOR OASH I
BEATY & BR(
WdiCar loads while Corn,
White and mixed white Oats.
Whito and smoked Bacon.
Canvassed arid uneativassed sugar cures.
Choice N. 0. Molasses.,
All sizes Nails, horseo n id mule Jh~oer
Lard in~ bb.. Keg and fluckets.
iaRD WARE I
[ lavo now gn ha~r a ortlo( ofgy
pring stockc, with. more ic arrive *ocn,
have tr nice lot of
8o id. anid -
litl ker Tools,
Plow Steel anid
With a f ull line of~ber4Nar ,a o
on. Lenthers constantly oth hand.
- o Z M, Iloway,
S again opelred for the accommodation
of the traveling aind boarding publo
bhle suhppliedI with the best the couant-y
orels, and~ no oar. or *xpenso shall be
ee ir ,aig my guests comfortable.
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