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The Fairfie!d Heraldh
IPY rYE WE.ZXAESD.4Y.'
011cial Directory of Fairfield
It1EPuIsI;NTATIV Fs- IsaaNc Nliller, Ie.I
a 5e, 11. S. .\llter.
'1,. W. DutvAll-M'eriff'.
Lant'i. 1, Clowivv--C lerk of thC t'ourt.
W. Mt. Nelson--dge of Probate.
1'. F. lhavidsoii-Cont1 Aiitor.
W. M. Nel m-Conty ''rearer.
'lr. IV. lN. P akehuiry Commission r.
W. ,'. ILh'vwford'-cIIool Comm nI issioner,
toSN co.l-'iss1xt~s--I.1I. Elliott,
'10 y .lacob, Johnl .\artinl.
N. Obear- U. S. Cemttmissioner.
sAo-.r it s T mi m m - 1. Robctat:, A.
'A. Craig, It. N. Oben'i-,
TU'A' Jusrti:s --A. If. Mlackey, W. I.
AIlarhaIll, If. It. Fliiignn, silas IV. Itulf.
b 11. Kirkland, .Jnines 'Carttir, Thowtas
Walk er,'Dr. I'a S. -Ncot-t.
'wiNNSnonto NAToNAl. iA'iIC *br sOU'T
CA ROLINA. A irioitiztui, CAIITAL $200,000
PAll) uP- $75,000.
WV. It. Itobertson,' -Presidei't
Vleo. 11. MecataterI V ice-PIresiddtt.
Snu'l. It. Clowney, Cashier.
Ml, C. iRobertson, 'leter.
-Y. It. Itoberison, 11. L. lhliott., Jumes
ih'at y, Geore 11. Alc.\lster, 1). It. F.'ln
nii k en. .Ias. II. AlCi n t , .1hsm. i. Mlonl, di as.
.A. Blrice, A. S. D)onginss, Cut. 'Williali
JqlStotl1 of Ciharlojtte, 'N 'C.
wAnnI:N.4-F. Ger-ig, J1. A. Firaser, W.
1. Nelson, .1. U. MAetfilcy.
'tii i 'oL o.erC--'lanyott't -Pdtcet.
THE PbMTyiws $so1,16040y.
Tlnt "1 inos are ha d" I must confL s,
A'a i mine' a wooful ttib,
I feel coinpletely corner'll noW,
And certa.nl1y znuit fail.
-'ma down oh all'the Inereliani.' books,
They're downl on ile with dlati1,
I coul. ilecl pay ill iy debts
l'rovidel li in undaisli.
J ust now I have no cali on hand,
Ilut poekot room ''to let,''
Aly credit's genn. 'mid .ist, bocatso
I'm ueveI ucui .t (- bt.
I did have cotton once to Soll,
But if lI'm not. mislaken,
llad everyv batlo alrewly plediged
To IY [Or corin aid i luacon1.
'lut Vhseni I fouldl (the price wa low,
And 'bol t eties could not moeit,"
I gol. a fIienId to soll Ia N1ad
To clarry out tle cheat
'Twas thus I got beynod the reach
hf law 01'r le.s Iried.
Andi maved ".a dime)i tor i It, -rAiny day.''
And thein felt satisicl.
Tho merchant does complain. 'tis true,
ButI'tis no ise to cry,
They could not get a dimo froun me,
However hard they try.
I gave my note nand promised too,
"8nlire Its I live," Il ilpay :
The promise gone, Ite note on hand,
"lie must bo dead," they say.
As "1times are hard" 'i'l liqttidato,
The Ihing CaU't ho denied
lainkrupety otto alternative,
The ot her-Suticide.
If creditors are not convi-nced,
And thal. too very soon,
I'll givo ily hIoiestieid to ly wife,
Aid bettle ill the m11oon.
Thel whee'n I get beyond yourI reah
Me thinks Ill hear you leigh,
"i've lost moy li74 Oin his crop,"'
Now, "ho..w is that foi~r high !"
D)on't sendu thme shecritlY aft er' te,
liut let huuiI 11ay ill town,
If' col ton gus to twenty Cents,
l'erhapljs I mauy como1 duwin.
Th'lo I ruo0 purpor0t otf all theset lines,
llow manliy meni, no0w live to cheaCt,
Thei mnerchant of his dunes.
Th') "t imes arle hairdl" or' gett ing worse,
T1ake miy aitVce youing manil,
Don't base a contract oii a lie,
1ho honest.,t ~I ula,
All throiuigh your life let candltor shlinol,
Engr'avenl On your miind,
in ovry acet. avoeid deltce't,
Anid ioreds you'll always 11ind.
Anud should you live your three score year's
(Your worldly sims forgiven)
Youl'll die beloved by every muan,
And test inl huope of' lleaven.
Suio'n-r ST Ar'.R.
Slctc~iS of' the llilg,
OSIAMIn lilt h A IN 'l Ri.Kni TEA M: OR; Ttt E
Giu t S T '1jT CAILZ.i'E4geA SlJj
Nim;tt'i setlT'Lc'4tLINA SUPREM
As I purpose to take itn rev'iew
during the bumminer the South Caro
lina thieve's seriatim, I shall giyo
precodence to theo first in skill as~ io
villamny, 1n renown as in rascallty,
and begin with Chamberlain and
hitt pals. This institution is known
as tihe Sutpremeo Court, but is, in faet,
nothing moro nor less than an
A ud for the enlightenment of such as
are unacqIuainted with the tmethods of
robbing thte publie, praotieed by theo
shalrpuers of the tr'ottting turf, perhaps
it wil not l t ies to explain what
a hlippjodrotne is. A seasonied seoun
d rol, noqutainted with the '"ways that
arc dnrlk"i of thte Spor'ting world will,
duaritng the racmng season, induce
say throo.-owners of faAt trotting
horses to form nn alliance. offensive
and defcnsive, to defraud the specta.
tors who ate disposed to bet itn every
race whore those horses are en~gpged
nmd the wodi 'p-randi is as follows
To horses are catered ill the rao
and theni a pool seller, previous tc
tho, bour' of starting, isill begin sell
ig-the .lhances to win that eaoh horst
is sutpposed, on his merits, to have
and w her al r h or es are to o r
thenm will bet a favorite anmd will hav<
more backera Uhan the others. Wel
after a few pools aro'sold, Mr.' Shar
per ascertamns ..h:h oe is ..u
Uhoieo of the betters, and he forth.
with, on behalf of himself and con
federates-the owners of the horses
-huys all the chanceej against the N(
favoite's winning ; and no matter tel
how oauily that favorite might be 1,
able to defeat his so--c 'lied competi
tors, his driver, under instruotions co
prevents hi doing it, and consequent- is
ly Mi. Sharper wins all of his bets,
and the hippodrono is happy. From *
the fair or race ieetiig where this
transpires the hippodrome goes to mnu
another meeting, and the re.ult of vic
this race having preceded the horses i
to the next race courso, the horso who "p
won before is the favorite hero, and
lie crowd back hitm to win ; but Mr. IjI
Sharper backs him to lose, and lie
lose., and the hippodromo is serene.
Sonetines an outaide ring of rascals "
will make up a sum of mnoney whieb J
they guarantee Mr. Sharper in tho sot
event of a certain horse winning ti 0 ofr
ra -e whether le is fast enough to do ai
it fairly or the contrary. In th is
case Mir.Sharper takes the money. -
divides it with his pils, and the ri g v
reaps the nlrsavory fruit of the poole),
while Mr. Sharper and his conffede a
atos pocket the brl'e. Voila tlhe
hippodrome-l Now for the timailitude
betweet tire Hippodronao of the
Turf and tho South Carolina Supremao
Alit. (IAMnEItA'lN'N T1110. cniAllAc'r 4
'OF MR. IAR'ER.
A onuso is to come up for adjudi. ai
cation. Tie appelant having the odds Pei
against him, by reason of his having "'
lost -in the Circuit Court, offers A r. 319
Sharper Chamberlain $500 to "muni.ii
pulate the tape," so that his spilted
team will "sulk" at any shadow of
obstacles that may be laid in their
way .by opponents ; or if not to "sulk'
'berta'inly to "sour" in such obstaoles
-which they invariably do unless
they txke the form df greenbacks."
Mr. Shi'per'Cham-berlain will say to
the first comer-"put up your 'blindg
while I step and look at ay cards'
if I 'see it,' your hand is stron: A
enough to wi'n-'if I can't see it, 3oU
will have to draw down as being too
weak to play." The dolay of look
ing at his cards is to allow t'ho -other
party'to mxaike their "pass," wiad if
thoy oiler $1,U00 and the first comer 10
won't go over that figure, the appe
lant ]I se. If he does go over, and
cIontinues to ''go ono better," le
eventuaxlly takes thxe "pot.'' In ,i
either phase of the hippodr-me, nei- mu
thersinglo horso nor spiked team A
run any risk of detection. 11r. Shar.
per, in the on ctse, and Mr. Ch iam
berlain, in tihe other, stand be
tween bribery and purchased ra.eali- "
ty. The t'
svswrM IN SouTH CAnO.I !'
Is the same, 1s that which prevailed iin
in the middle ages--after suljuga- '
tion eoxmes roA bory unider the -scmi
blanco of legality. But t'ho differ
once 'betweon tle nct-ors of the mid- or
die ages and these pitiful pickpocket -
thieves of to day, is that tle first
named were bold, bravo mon, who
pursuaded themselves that they had
soine right to tle possessions of the
conque'red, since they had periled -
their lives to win viotory. They a t I,
all times held themiselves ready to hin
naiutain by gage of' battle, body to yea
body, singly or otherwise, ther claam 1
to rightful doiunioin in their usurped -Alc
estate. But these ca mp-followers
skulking curs that they ar'e-mxade "
uap of all the contemnptible vices of IEu
their~ degenerate era, witia no trzaits au'
of courage or soemblance (If miagna- 'We
aixmity to palliuite their depr'evity with N
all the base fear of the coward com.~ art,
baned with the insatiable crav'ings le"a
of the thief, arc striving iaicessanitly '10
to gorge thaemselves with pltunder ""
wvhilo it is yet to-day, believxng thait '.
they will ever' ho able to anticipate pea
the evil dany'of reckoning, an I pre- "m
servo their cowardly carcasses by I by
flight. Tiheoy ka:ow that h'hi
TnIVEIOREATj TiIDAI, WAVE. OF FEAR -
That swept over the No, th in the
Summeair of '61, increasinag in volume TI
and force as tidings of Mianassas,
Fred ricksburg, Seven Pines, and
other battles, were borne upon its
crest, has 'aot y'et receded sulicienmthy pee
to suffer our old enemies to calmly aho
view the situatio'n, and conceded 'o
now, what they will eventually do, ~"
our right to govern ourselves. Or' if 9
the fright lias subsidled,, resexitment 'tea
because of its enpericece is yet visi- hen
ble in the Northern mninid, as the Iol
thief is swvift to appreciate. But OC'
your thief is sonmetimesa over coniii-aa
dent, etena as better men are, and inj
his flight~ it not uanfrequently hnp pons huta
that Nemesis pursues. Let us hope w'
that theso~oua judicial thieves may a
not flee too soon, and that when they- .4
do,Nomesis amay delegate her au
Chrontle and Scnhal-1
The Civil l ghtls Bill.
The Rev. Dr.. earh Suporintens
dent of the Peabody Southerna school "
fuud, made ans hour's argumenict before s
the H~ouse Judiciary Comlmittee on vn
Friday agaitiat the section ini thec br'
Civil Rights Bill which provides fo.:
Tihe Wilmington Star says :A
little child of Mr. Chaarles Joyons, sa
residing on the corner of Third anid
Mulberry streets, died last nighat from
eating what is known as China' bor..
ries. Hie land been aeon with somqq gii
the berries in his mouth during Sun.. est
day afternoon, at which timie .he was to
in perfect health. Th'le symnptomy
subsequently developed gave every
indioation ef poison in the systema It
and thecre is no doubt thxat it came of'
from eating the berries alluded to. th
The new armed militia in Edgefield <a
coun -v arc ery bsreerus
B3UILDS AND OIETRAOToUs' 8PEOIA1
ITJUM.-Your wanits in tbo Butiding Ma
'inR Line, including 8ashe1s. Blinds,
ors, Hardware, Nlantle pleces. White
ne, Waltut and fancy Lumbers, Floor.
;, loards &o., will be fur-islied thi
3iing season by the Great, and Old estab
lied Biuilders' Emporium, ti, very ad,
itageou s prices and a warrant, given or
work properly ussed. They are also
itis for Asbeslosi' Rooling Fell, the
terial conlbUties ie cf unitusuIal marit,
cli stperior to any (if t lie class pro
usly brougigh.i to notioe, and worthiy ol
i I y those whno desire a durable, easily
Iied carnIaitasi ively inlexpellsive and
0 roofing beiing prnctlally firve-proof.
:d for price it and circulars. 1. 1I,
1.1, & I 'o., Ii harlesIon, 8. El.
'A'tt.vr A Pixur or BasAln Otl N PA
ht gastric jinica, aill it, will dissolve,
is is i n1digesttin AIl to such it mix
e a little aldcohol. antd it will not dis.
ve. Tids is indige.stiota, Benflre, t hen
Itctures, or tonmcs, or decoctions Conl.
nig %piritlouls 114111or1s Shun111 all rui.
anics," nnd rely solely on DR. WALIat's
NXItAn UITTris, i)e fintest digesivIe in.
,oruont known, and free frotu the fiery
rse of alcolol.
N EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A DAY GUARANTEED using ou
WELL AUGER & DRIL In gool
2 territory. Endorsed by Goverwor,
of 0WA, ARKANBAS &DAKOTA
owseuhf. W. OI ..LeL .I& V&
I SI IIO31ANCY, or 6OUL (MIllAl
I M. I flow cil her sex nay faoitiat
I gain the love ntild affections of any
-son they chtoose intiiatly. This nsimple,
ital Itu(lirt'aIel all clan possess, free
itil. for '.:, t0,ogetlaer wit a marri
guide, L.g ptin Oracle, Drenams,
lits to Iadic., Wedding Niglt.-khir. s,
A queer book. AdlreSs T. WId1.
' & CO., Pub's. Phila.
()U0GH)18, COLD 11OAIIS'INESS.
AND ALL illiO.v lIsEAxt,: ES,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
rPUr Vr ONLY IN nIIrs It ,X.x.
TRil ) ANI) SURE E31 EDY,
Fold by all -Dnggiet
AND PlCI .LIST, MAILED fltN,
1) PI ACE FIENCII )INNER SE I
atlm till I:ad Sionle oilre kieln away
mol(St ) Tea, Tuilet Sris and every
og c-lsl S1ame way. 'aIl or intad it r
ialgi". VsillNaIT4,N I.AI.LtV's, (jih
i., n-l 1'?01 st., N. 1.
IIVI N GSTON E IS ) EA 1).
1or. :10 years ml1lon14 have intenil
1clied hats perioiou yet lro .'tituggles,
I grand aclie -etsili , nFnat nalow engerly
ire the 4 Ontplete 1,I4'e-E11stO.
of Ihis worad-ratenownedl ltro and bene
Ior, whit unfols nlso tlhe cuiriasit ics
J weali of at wil aud wonlerfutl ountat
- i is jus -edt'. 2.00a0.aentls watit
Itickly. (lue ageit ohl 1' I, n.oiier
.1n0 week. For particnlars, address
I hiA RID Vi h08 eil ler I'lhila. Boston
)r. rhiail's :'tpecilic cii es 1);. sp are.a.
er Comnplatint. 'oansi ji-ion, 'atomil ilg of
>d, Sour SloimaIch, Wa Iter lrashi, I eart
an, aw Spirois, & C. In iirty-five
rs ieveT 'failing 10 cuie ite amtnst .I,
t can. Sold by d ru.g Vi t geIrn ly.
Matr & Briote, nagentis for W~itnsboa-.
(I. Deapot , ii Bigh ih si.,* N, V. Cir
na imailedl oan applicat ion.
'hae Ii igheosi3Mtd-ical Autihor i ies of
top~e sayv lae strongesit T1oni, Putritier
Il)eobst rltelit known i to t01he meadical
~i4'ogi'~u phy3.'' A new book tan uthe
ol Wr nitng by Sond :aa a comp llete sys
aot' phaonet ic Shaor't-ii and, th.l~e shtori ost,
t i faaple n~ay5,' and.1( tcmprei'heniive.,
hahntg anay otne in a shaorI i tme to retpor it
ils, aspehes, stermaons &c. Thea Lard's
yer' is wait ten ithl 49 strokes of the
a, and .-10 wordls pe mhinute. Th'Ie
miiploayead shoauhl learn th Iis at. Price
maail 5)a cet A''i.zgents wviated. A .~a
sri TI. W. EV'ANS & C2O., 130) S. ith sI,
AG ENTh WANT''j~Il) F'()lt
lE (.ENTIEN N IAL T0(AZETIEEIt.
OF TiJE UNITED:J MTA'TES,
~o book hast ever beent pu'olisheda of
hI uiiversal iterest to thle Amenriaani
1110. It appalais to noi. particutlar class
ne, but to aill cla'ses ;to ment and
ineni of all professionas, ci eeds, occutpa
is and pohtlical op jintionsa-to aPlarmae s,
vyers,5 lluisiumaa mean, 3lechanics,
te, Mnnufnefuac taeras, Salemn, maen of
rint g and menl wh0 ivlo cliian oly rradl. o
andl younag. All w tit it as a baoak of
stant refereince, anad to presra vO elo
ir' chaliblren andia chtiIlren's chii rtenas as
only tcomaplat~e andl reliatIe work. .Ihow
Ihe gigistice results of thle first one
idrecd years of thke gy'entest lie'pulIie thea
rI aver' aw. It is nlot a luaxury but
eceoasity to every well-informaed Anein
I citizen. Agets make $l00 to $niOO
.lnothI, Sendl for circualar. ZEIGLER
IVcGUUIRI)Y, Pilla., Pa.
The lonag.eontesteid stilt of the
0reiie0 8Len IlIg Mac]Ill110 Co.
agauist Ihe Siniger, Wha'eeler & Wilson,
I Ulrioer & Baker comapa-tnies, involvinag
'r* $250,Otiit, is finn Ily dlecided'a by thea
prtet ('ouit of athe Unaited States in fa
-a lofh Fi.aautseNil, wilcht alonet facs
akena lie ituoopoly of high prices,
TiLEL NEW FLaIOl1ENCE
1h0 only~ mainelt that a-ews backwned
tI forwarad, or to right. and left. Sitm.
d1 for catun out.y. Specnial Terms to
ibs andI Dealers. Ftonsues, Mass.
\ pril, 1874.
lihe Iigmest Mediceal Ai.
Ow'itIed 64Euriopse saty the strong.
Tonic, Puarltler and Deobstruent known
heo medical world is
irrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion
Io nervous system,, restores vigor to
tdebilitated1, oleansees vitiatedl blood
noves vesiles, obstructions atnd aiCts
ctely on tihe Liver' and Soleen. Prico $1
boltlo e Johnt Q. 1(ELLUwG', 18 Plat,
WATES' 00NUJ1TJ RANS
are the Lpost beautiful in style and perfect
In tone over naJe. The concerto stop is
tihe best ever placed in any organ. It is
iroduced by an extra st of reeds, peon.
liarly voiced, the effect of whicha is nmost
charmning and sonl-stirring, while its ini.
mation of the Human Voice is superb.
Waters' Philharmonic, Vsper and Or.
chesiral.Orgiais in tinique French cnses,
are among the bust mado, and conbine
purity of voicing willh great. volume of
tone. Sitailable rur parlor, cliutrch, or m.
t-ical hll. Waterb' New Scnle 1'ineao.
have great. power n-i a lie singing tone,
witi all modern improvcientp, and alru e lit
liest Pianos 1ine. ''hero Organs anld
l'innos are wneranel tor 6 years. 1'a ices
ex-ttireely low f'osr 0.1ih or p~trt cash, and
balzance in monthlily or1 quaritroly payments.
Second hand intsti iunens takun in ex
chang'. Ageils waneted in every county
inl eit U S. a14 Ct'icada. A I.0 eral tlis.
cnil to Teachirs, Miiitery, thirche',
9chuc.l5 c, digeis. ". I luniratted cat alogic
niiied'i. Ilor~ce Wa~er t& So19
181 liroadway New York. Box 667.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syru ,a Protect
ed Solution of the Protomide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with, the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of )Nature's Own Vi talizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, anti
cures "a thousand ills," sinply
by Toning Ueu,Invigorating andi
I italizing the System. The en
2riched and vitalized blood per
encates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secme
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
dcrfell success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
Chills and 'overs,, Humors,
Loss 'of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys -and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state oj the blood, or ac
compamied b)? debility or a ltow
state of the systent. Being freo
from Alcohol in any form, its
energizing effccts are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac.
tion, but are permanent, infu.
sing ctrength, vigor, and neau
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron, Con
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
Lures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men. and women.; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glas,
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. I Milton Place, Boston.
SoLn nY DnuOOISTs OENEUALLV.
draoletvni Red&u' Dlmi,ve (iu.mb,
4 Al Wor A Wzrranted.
I. H HA L L& CO,
i2- Emufe/urrn& h1/u/r'c
; Z,0 8,10S. 31a~rAe St ret
CH AaRLESTON, S. C.
This Cut entered acerirug to Act of
Congress, in thce ye ar 1870. I y e. hi. hLla,m
&Co. , in (lie ifhice (of the LiI~rarian of
Congressc, at. Washaington.
WVe are offer'ing our guans for thic~ ea
son on tihe following li ber'al irm:
Phoenix 0 nano, l'er Tion ol' 2,000~l lbs.,
Wilcox, 0 hbs & Co.'s .icanipulazted Gua ot,
Per Thon of 2!,000t lies , $70).000.
($1.00 per' toni draycigo to be addted,) On
crediit until Isct Neovcember, I187.1, with
opt ion~ of p'ayineg in Mliddling I. otton, de
hveredoc at buiyer's' nearest, depot,
at 15.'. pci' lb.
A discount of~ $10.00 per1 ton will lbe al
hewed for Cash..
Our Agents thro'nighout (lhe State sell ad
samie prices and on samei terms as our
hland in your orders to nearest Agent
WILOOX, GIRIBS & Co.
. CIARLE1ST'ON S. 0,
TEA, - TEA.
s. 10 at the Drug Store at EXACT
(08ST ! as I do not wish to keep Toa
f r sale.
maty 21 W. I. AITEN.
T lIE INTENDANT and Wardens of the
Lrown of Wionsboro in C ouncil as
eemnbled, do ordain that TWENTY-FIVE
CENTS on every hundred dollars of the
assessed value of all real property within
the corporate limilt of the Town, shall be
be lovied to meet the ourront, expenses of
said T.wu for the Fiseal Year, commeno.
ing April 1874, and ending April
Ist, 1875. And do further ordain that
eaclh and every male citizen of the Town,
between the ages of eightoon and fifty
yeas of nigo, shall work on the streets of
the imid Towi for twelve days, or com
mite for the satme by paying into the
Treasury cf t!.e Town the sumu of three
Done, in Council, in the Town of Winns,
boto, this, 14th day of May, 1874.
I'IERI RE BACOT,
W. Ml. NRr.sos,
Clerk of Council.
may 16 .tf
WINNSBORO', S. C.
r IlIRTY years experience in repnirind
all kinds of Watches.
GOLD and Silver Watches of all kinds
Fancy Jewelry and C'locks of all desorip
tions, which I will sell low for cash. Cone
and see for yourself. No clhirge for look
ng. Thankil for past pat.ronage, I so
icit a conitint lituo of Ihe same.
Opposite Bacot & Co's.
M STABLE g
An Ps GOODINGp
AVINO disposed of my Livery iter.
est to It. T. Terrill, I will keep
constantly on hund lioa'es a!n mnes for
sale. Parties in want of go:id steok wil
do Well to give nie a call.
I have also opeied a Carriage, Unlggy
and Waggon Fnciory. AI work naotlly
exCeited and0 warraited. Give In a call
A. F. GOODING.
WILL BE SOLD AS FO)LL~Q :
$50 PER TON OF 2,000 los.
$55 PER TON OF 2,0001 ;s,
Payable November1, 1874.
Fre o OfInter~ee
Frigh tind Drayage 10 be Addet
ITS SUCCESS JS
AND ITS ST1ANDARD) IS
A iNo. 1.
WILL JBE SOLD AS F~OLLOWS:
$33 Per Ton of 2,000 lbs,
$38 Per Ton of 2,000 1' s
Payable Novem er1 1874
Freighat atal rayage tadlledl.
F~OR SAlE BY
GEO. W. WILLIA MS & CO
GENERAL AGENTS AT
C31am'1ctOn,, . C'.
LI VRY STABL..
ON the 20th of November 1 purchased
the inaterest. of A. F. Gooding in the
Wilnnsboro Livery Stablo. All horse hire,
bugg hire, anid horse food will be CA SI.
This ratie will be stelotly adhered to. I
will always keep on hand good saddle and
buggy horses, also carriages and -buggles
for iii reo. The patronago of the publio g.
deo 6-8mII. T. TERIULL.
Boots and Sh oos
e legant lot of Boots and Shoes Jus
received from T. Miles & $on.
sept 16 MMS~ IIE
A large stock of Spring and summe
"'lothiug, in Gots and Bo3 Sizes,
INCL U DING
Clancy Cassimer Suit.,
Diogonal Coals and Vests,
Fancy Cas4sner Paunts,
Mohair and A lptioa Sacks,
White Linen Coats,
" " Pants,
White and colored Marsailles Vest
Called to a hand.
some lino of Cassimers
just received from the
Woolen Milhq. Wo continue to
take special orders for Dress Shirts
and Guarantee a perfect fit.
april 7 & LAW
V' - sIU -t . 1.* -: I co c
Ne Car Load Salt,
" " "t Flour-all grader,
' " " lsaon and L.aro,
25 b00m. of l A..tig awl l'lanting PoIa
I oes, all of which will be sold
LOW PORl CASH I!
BEATiY & JBRO.
fe b 12
dLere it Comes!
There it Goes!t
1 Car Load Hay Just Arrived
2 (Jar Loads ira .J.1L ini,
I Car Load Moal arriving to day
WILL BE SOLD LOW F'OR CASH~
UEAT1Y & BROW.
No. 1, $25.00 ; No. 2, $37.00
No. 3, $4'2.u0.
rf ilIE ba~st CilIAP MACIllNE In th.
ma nrk et, hmakes the LOUK 8T1'TCi
aliite on both, sides Thsousanids of ladios
in t hoe arolinns onn toltilfy to is mseis
It will do tho same work and only coti
one-half of th'o money that you woh
have to pay for one of the 80-CALL1~I
For oirculasr, samiples of work, Needles
Thread and Oil, oall on
Agi.. for Fairficld County 8, C.
He. is agent for the celebrated Ligh
RunnIng Ilomo Machino.
D. 0. MA XWELL, Charlotte,N. C.
Gen. Agt. for N. C., 8, C., Ua,, and Fla,
moch 1 -.1y
FIN E ThA ! F]NE I7EA I
un Powder, 1mporlal, EnglIsh, Break
fast and Mixed Teas, frota Unitet
States Tea Conwpany
-- A LSO --
Black, Green, and Japan Teas.
Ril am no ffoveing iy entire'
STOG I in every departient
at uIproC(cedelilted ly loW
CLO H'III NG,
LA 1) IE'S
POSITIVELY AT COST
This i s no humbug but a fact
anld it is the interest oL
every one to call and
J. M. R. MOORE.
FINE lot of Fresh Groceries, just
reemved by John I). McCarley., consisting
of 2 Crites Cabbages.
2 '' Sa1t lierring,
2 bbIs. No 1. Mackerel,
2 bhis. No. 2 ''
5 dozen Kits No. 1, 2 and 3,
Also a lot of Condenised Coil Fish for
- aminly use, which I can recommend from
eixperionce. Coffee and Sugar of all
Gradets, Lnrd. Bacon and Ilams, N. C.
- .\ountain Blutter, Cheese and Crackers of
alI k inud5, alcal, Ilominiy andu Flour of the
best griuls. Also eanned Gools of all
kindis, Oyster's, (Cannied Peaches anud Pine
Apples, Tomatoes Cattsup, Sardines, and
American Club Fish. Everyt hinug that can
|be had inI a first class Orocery, ansd also a
tine lot of Leak's Twist Tobaceo, 1,000
lFigaro Cigars and other grades, and best.
)f all. constantly on hand the best qutality
of' Idquors that enn be had. Nathlan's
dahinet, Burke's Rye, and Lynuchuburg
Rye, Nelson Co., Kentucky Rye, that cant
iot be excelled. Come and try for your
selves and be your own judlge.
nov 8 JOhn D. MCiarley.
Charlotte, Clolumlbia, & Auguista
CovUuni, May 17, 187..
IrllEl following Passenger Schedule will
.be runa over this rea.1 on and after
this dat o:
L.eavo Augusta, at 0.80 a m
" Columibia, 8. C., 11 68 a us
' Winnsboro, 2.00 p at
" Chestor, 4.06 p mt
Arrive at Chlialotle, N. C. 6.4i5 p xn
Leiawe Charlott~e, N. C. at 7.00 a at
" Chester, 9.58 a at
" WVinnsboro, 11.43 a n
" Columbia *2.13 pna
Arrive at Atugusta .8 05 p am
JAMES ANDERlf 'ON, Ocn'l Stint
A. P'orn, Geon. Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Myfriends and the public genera,,, ii
town and couantry are hereby notified that
having risen from the ashes of the late
fire, I have just fairly resunmed business in
the store necxt to th e Post Ollice and am
Prepared to fursish all goods usually
found in a Blaker~y and Confect ionary.
Among the goods-of my o wn mnanufaoture,
m aty be fountd
Pread, Cakes and Pies besides Frenoh an
p~laln candies, fine variety Raisins
Currents, Citron, Jellies Coooantutt,
A oOranges, Lemons,
~tsof, all kinds Dates,
ilaplo Sugar, Chsoco
I ave Just receiveda no10fchlde
carriages which I offer low for the CASH.