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g- IHereafter no LOCAL NOTICHI
will be Inserted In our columns excep
upon payment of TEN CNEN TS a line,
gg Any person in the County having
knowledge of any olroumstanoe of Interea
occurring in his neighborhood will confe
a favor by furnishing information at thi
Jon PRINTIN.-Our office has bee
fitted with all materials necessar
for printing jobs of every deseriptio
Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitatial
and Business Cards &o., &o.
N Ew ADVERTISE3115NTS.
Bolling Off-Dannonberg &I Co.
Shoriff's s-le-L. W. Duvall.
Dancing Sohool-Mons. Berger.
' Mt. Zion Institutute-R. 11
0f7The Methodist Church is neat
The office returns thanks t
Col. Jas. R. Aiken for some inter
esting Western papters.
I!" In Charleqton city, there ar<
24,000 whites and 26.000 blackl
Yet the death list for last ye
stands, wihites, 486; colored, 1,027
0: Crops generally in Fairfiel<
have been nueih Injured in couso
queocie of th'e Arought. While w
hear of inagniient patches in placea
the average is ot so good.
4Mr. John W. Seigler, 0110 C
the member of the string band, lost
fine violin at Bluokstook last Thur
day. The party returning it will b
S 4-A new barber shop bus bee
crouted, adjoining G. W. Barber
atore. It is run under the atuspiee
of the fifteetith amendment.
0 4-A grand pow wow of the faitli
ful was hold at Gladden's Grove ol
Saturday. A prominent light fror
Winusboro came near being extin
guished by the heavy rain.
0The town tax books will clos
on next Saturday. After this da
executions will issue against delir
quents. Avoid costs by payin
gj Lot the parties who ar
raising a company call a meoting c
-those wishing to become members t
take suune steps owards organiza
.0 4- The Comet disappeared frot
sight labt week. It was a Grat claf
fraud. Didn't spread out a goo
tail ; didn't , strike the eurth no
wrap its tail around the moon.
g gr Dannenberg & Co are closin
out their entire Spring and Sumn
Q ok at cost. Their induce.n
are greater than ever heretofore offe
.ed to the public.
0 -We are under obligations to M
John H1. Neil for a couple of ti
finest waiter welens we have ae
"May he live -long and prosper."~
QThe County Council of tI
Granges met in Winnsboro en ti
13th July. Delegates fronm seven<
the eight Granges were present. TI
meeting was fuill of' interest.
0-It never ratins but it pours.
Tfhe long drought has been succeede
by freshets. Persons from differe:
portions of the County report beas
rains and conaidorable damage to ti
crops. The corn crop at eastervil
is reported in fine condition.
gr Tax Unions have been fort
ed in every township except 5, a.
13. We urge upon our fr iends
these townships to organize iummed
ately. Let Fairfield present a unita
front against corruption of evel
0 *The schedule on the 0. C. & 4
R. R., ehas been changed. The dot
passenger reaches Winnsboro
19'.33, and the up passenger tat.
P. M. T'he freight leaves Winn
boro in the morning gomig North
pg Several colored eandidat
have a1plied to us to "state the
unmes in de paper." We want en
didaites to distinctly underatand th~
we don't work for the fun of it, nr
tanless they hav an ex-ra five d'll
william, we haven't got tiumo to ta
Kr At the meeting of tihe boat
of examiners, on the 6th Ju.y, tt
colored can~didates, Tesae P'uroell ni
Rtobert \V. Lee, applied for tl
scholarship in the University. Th<
were a'ont down to be exanmined I
the State board. T1he former, esp
cilly, passed a very creditab'e o:
anm.mast ion on ma~Iheaaiies, (arithm
tie and algebra.)
DEATH oF Gov. UAI.DWELL.-GO
T1. iR. (jadwell of Nurth Carolii
died last week at Hlillsboro. He w
ala..dm by tie nle.unblicnn, ha ..
to Moses of South Carolina as Hyper
ion to a Satyr. From the Charlotte
Observer we learn that regret for
the sad occurrence is general among
all classes and parties.
0*- Parties desiring to visit
Blackstook to-day, will find an extra
coach on the freight train which
leaves at 10 A. M. An engine will
bring the eoach back this evening.
Fare for round trip $1.50. The
brass band and several of the "boys"
AW Beaty & Bro., have laid the
office under lasting obligation by the
present of a saok of splendid family
flour, the best in the market. They
report having plenty more of the
-awe kind on hand, and housekeepers
who pride thenselves on white bis
euits and light loaf bread, will do
well to patronize this sterling firm.
01 We had the pleasure on
Thursday of meeting J. 11. Buchanan,
- ,bq., who now prebides over the edi
torial department of our sterling bis.
ter journal, the Chester Reporter
He has but recently taken charge,
but we predict amplo success for him
r in this new field.
We call attention to the card of
i Prof. Berger in another column. In
- giving a thorough education to the
e youth of the country, nothing is more
, esential than an easy, graceful car
ringe and self possession. This can
best be acquired in the dancing school
f where particular attention is paid to
a grace and lightness of movement.
Prof. Berger is a well known instruo
0r A camp meeting of the color.
1 ed Methodist church will be held at
8 Piney Grove, Lexington County, two
6 miles from Alston, on Thursday,
Aug. 13th, by Rev. M. Latter, assist
ed by Revs. It. C. livin, J. Boden
baugh, T. A. Jack.on, S. Wilson, F.
Toj rence, 1. Cook, and D. S. Rice.
The camp meeting at White Hall
church, Long Run circuit, will take
place, on July 30th, conducted by
Rev. D. S. Rice.
e 0m5The Buckeye Bee hive which
y was on exhibition last week has been
purchased by Messrs. Connor, Clow
g ney & Co., and rights will be sold to
all parties desiring to use it. It is
pronounced by experienced apicul.
e turists to be decidudl3 the best hive
I in exittense. An agent will soon be
o sent out to canvass the County. The
- simplicity, excellence and cheapness
of the Live will zesoinud it to all.
" 0: Whenever a prisoner is put
in the guard house, a crowd collects
d on the street corner to converse with
r him. This treet is blocked up so
that wa farers cannot pass. This
g is a nuisance. 'fho guard house
r should be in some more secluded
r. Prisoners should not he allowed to
converse with outsiders.
r. Mir. Chas. 8. Brice has brought to
eour office a branch of cotton about
three inchies long, constaing three bolls
and a bloi som. lHe has fifteen acres
of magnificent cotton.
es Capt. E J. Moans has sent rome
e specimens of the white bloom cotton.
SUpon one stalk lhe counted 197 blos
soma and squares. T1his cotton yields
eC astonish ingly. With improved seed
and wanner of cultivation, there is
-no telling to what perfection cotton
raising may be brought.
it O~.We call the attention of hold
ers of school certificates to the fact
e that there will probably soon be some
Ic school money in the tic..sury. If
they chioose to discount their claims
.with this warning before them, they
dcan do so. But we advise themi to
nhold their claims, and to meet and take
some concertcd action to have these
d laimns panid rrt if this ho not
done, soume will receive no monecy,
yand if they d.> not, they need blame
oone but thesealves. \Ve can ad
vise patics as to their proper course,
' bt w canotmnako themi take it.
n A word to the wvise is sufliicent.
l4 g A petition was circulated in
se Fauirfield for the commutation of the
it sentence of' Il. A . Smsiths, so privately
that but few perI~sa knew~ of its ex
stenco. Gov. Mose.s has cosmimutedi
ir ihbe sentence a second timse "to con.~
linemen tin the jail building and cui
closure during the romialndor of Ihis
impresonmsenit." We learn thaut on
d mot iou of reasuror Carduza, a war
raunt hsas been issued b~y frial Justice
ik \lackey .for the arr est of 11. A. Smith
'on the charge of emubezzloement. Tnie
warrant is ina the Sheriff's hand, to bo
d served as souon as the the time of
l .e presenst sentence expires. It will
,(1 be roeembored that Smith psload gu.l
ty onily to the charge of not making
y A nOUtND, ToWN.-Refreshing raini
a in Winsboro.
'.Daniel Baxter and John Baxter
have been elected lamp lighters ini
place of Ihenry Mlurphy.
V. Preiparations are making for the~
a erection of a new cistern on Mlain
as 8treet near Boag's store.
as Wa armselona said jieaches arc in
A patent hive with a swarm of
boos working has been on exhibition
before W ithers & Dwight's Store for
Canvassing is becoming more lively
among the politicians.
01 Considerabl, stir whs caused
in town Saturday by the arrest of two
offenders, one of whom drew a sling
shot and the other brandished a stono
as the police advanced. Ono was
captured, the other esoaped. We
hear that the people have been in
formed that a policeman has no right
to use a club unless he is struck. A
policoman must not use his club un
less he is resisted, but if lie is then he
must use his club. Charles Smith
who was captured will be indiotod
for assault with a deadly weapon.
The police are paid to preserve order
and arrest offenders, and they will be
assisted in the discharge of their duty.
Tiis matter of resisting the police is
becoming entirely too common.
pr A reference was held on
Thursday before C. C. MaCoy Ei'sq.,
concerning the impounded money.
Col. Rion represented the County,
and Solicitor 3r.twley appeared for
the State. Testimony was taken.
Mr. 11. A. Smith testified that almost
all of the $8,000 had been turned
over to the County and Schools. One
thing for which he deserves credit
is that he attempted tu throw the en
tire loss upon the State. The ques
tion to be decided is whether this
turning the money over to the Coun
ty will be allowed, or whether the
money will be divided out on the
basis of twelve mills for the State to
six mills for the County and Schools.
The referee reserved his report for
five days, It is to be hoped that
some definite conclusion will be soon
The School Commissioner informs
us that he will have the school money
paid out pro rata.
M- We give a few sections of
the new tax law for the benefit of
our readers, (The itulies are our8.)
Sec. 49. If any person shall fail to
list the personal property he is re
quired to list in any one year, and
the same escapes taxation for that
year, the value thereof shall be char
ged against him for taxation in any
subsequent year, with fifty per cent
penalty annexed thereto, and the
taxes and penalty collected as in
Sec. 50. All real and personal
property shall be valued for taxation
at its true value in money whieh in
all cases not otherwise specially pro.
vided for in this act shall be held
to be the usual s'lling prices of similar
properly a0 the place where the return
is to le n? le, and if there be no
neual stel ng price, then at what is
honestly believed could be obtained
for the sanie, tt a fair sale, at the
place aforesaid, but each parcel of
real property shall be beparately
appraised without reference to the
value of any growing crop thereon.
Sec. 54. It shall be the duty of
each. Auditor to statoe in the column
of remarks, opposite each taxpayer's
name, in the return made by him, any
amiounit which he believes ought to be
added to the valuation of the proper
ty listed by a-.ieh taxpayer, his agent
ur thbe r pe rson, of which written notice
salal be given by the Auditor* to suchn
plerson ait least fifteen duys before the
meeting of the Board of E~qualization.
JOLLYv TJins AT BI.Aci(STocK-Pic
xic anD DANexC. -The good people of
Black-stock and vicinity had a grand
pienic on TJhursday at the spring
near town. Invitations had been sent
to friends both in Chester and Fair
field counties, sud quite a crowd as
scembled. Through the courtesy of
the C. C. & A. R. R.. a coach was at
tached to the morning freight, and
was left at Blackstoek to be broughit
in the evebinag to Winnaboro, thus
affkrding an opportunity to the boys
of inspueting our sibter burg'. At
ten o'clock, A. 31., the train lefL
W innasboro having on board the Citi
rZeus Cor net Rand and others, in all,
about forty souls, full bent on having
a merry time. On reaching Black
stock we were escorted to the ground,
and soon the band mhade things lively.
A great many Iad ies were present and
gratLiy en nanced the pleasure of the
occasion. Alter paleasanut initen course
cl somne duration, dinner was an
nounced. A lon~g table, cover
cover ing two sides of a sqjuare was
filled with stoics fromn the hospitable
larders of the natives, while oceans of
iced lemionade assuaged the thirst
and alleviated the heat. Thero the
noble "Bore boyt." filled themselves
with glory and chicken. Time and
again they rallied to the charge
"them porvisions, Josiar," hb taec
breaurnes they miade were quickly re
paired, and at last, with one long
lhngering look of despairing, ane
al ter calling in vain upon their faith
l allieb feeom . hester, thiey fell like
Ihe noble three hundred at'Thermopy.
tae, each at his post. There is no
"flunking" in the boys, but, the fact is
that the people of Blackstock arc too
prosperous to bp saught unprepared,
with a bountiful store of good things.
(reat praise also is due the aux
iliaries from Chester for the hoeroism
they dsphayed in their ravages 0on
A fter dinner, came chattiz'g and
more mausic. Thea the editor of theo
for a few retarks upozi South Caro
lina and reform. Ho expressed his
views and called upon Mr. Buchanan,
of the Chester Reporter. Mr. Bu
ohanan, in a well timed little address,
spoke of the necessity of reform, and
urged the people of Chester to organ.
ize tax unions. In conclusion, Ie
said of the remarks of the gentletnai
who had preceded him, as the urchin
said when ho had his standing prayer
tacked over his bed. "They are
just my sentiments."
After more musio and conversation
the party adjourned to Johnson'.
flall to indulge in Terpsiohoreas
amusements. A "scrub" string hand
was improvised, and the young people
tripped on the light fantastic for
several hours, until the car whistle
announced the time of parting. Tihe
B3oro crowd got on board and reached
home shortly after the shades of
evening had closed, pronouncing the
affair quite a success. The band ao.
quitted itself admirably -at Black
stock, and was generally compliment.
We are greatly pleased to see these
reunions. They show that the people
of Fairfield and Uhester are not dead.
And much credit its due Blackstook
for thus bringing into closer ac.
quaintance the two adjoining counties.
To the managers of the picnic, and
to numerous other friends, we, in
alosing this hasty report, tender itd
behalf of all the visitors, warmest
Over $50.000 worth of improve.
ments have been made in Greenwood
Abbeville County, within the past
two yeats, in the way of flue residen
3es, stores, eto,
TI et Ca n.den Jottinal says W
regre o lain iltta telegram has
been receved announcing the deat It
of General Jamos Cantey, on Tues
day last, 30th ult., at his residence
at Fort Mitchell, Alnbama. lie had
been in a critical condition for some
time, and the news of his death was
MONS, BERGER having obtained a
sufficient number of pupils will
positively open hie school on Monday the
20th inst.. at Thes pian hall at 6} o'clock
rer young ladies and masters and at 8
o'clook, for getlemen. A special clais for
te "Boston Glido" the dances of
tihe day, for young ladies and gentlemen
is now in progress of formation. Fcr
particulars or for circulars apply at
MT. ZION INSTITUTE.
WINNSBORO, 8. C.
Tine second Session of this
linstitution for tihe year 1874
will begin on the firbt. londay
Snudents will be prepared for tte Uni
versity of Virginia, on any of Lite Col!eges
of tine South. Special attention alSO,
given to primary Scholars. Conven ent
anI econom ical arrangements have been
made for boarding students from .abroad.
For parlicnlar s, address Col. James 11.
Rion, Chairman of Board of Trustees, or
R. 11. CLARKSON,
july 18 Principal.
Winnsboro 8, C.
B Y virt ue of sundry exocutions to me
directedi I will offer for sale to tine
highest. bidder before tihe Conrt. House
door in Winnnsboro, o n tihe first Monday
in August next., within the legal hours et
sale, for cash, the purchaser to pay for
all necessary jpapers, thne following de
seribed property; to wit:
All thait, pncco or parcel of clafnd
lying heling and situate in tine county of
Fain field and State of Btouthn Carolitna, eon.
tainting onne hnundred acres, being part of
a trnct of land containing t wo hunndred
and sixty-six acres, moren on less, on Watts
Branch. waters of Little River, botuded
on tine eanit by thne pubulie road leadiang
from Boll's Bridge on Little River to Buck.
head, south west, aind west by lands of
Martha R. boytes and 8. HI. 8nevenson,
annd en thne inorthn by lands belonging to
thne estat e of Johnn H. Means, deceased.
Levied unpon as tins propenrty or'Jas. WV.
Yongue at thne suit of Hienry T. Terrill
against James. W. Yongue.
L.IW. DUVA LL,
Wiannsboro', R. C,
Junly 10. 1874
81H ERLIFF'US SA LE.
B Y VIRTUE of snunndry executiorns to
ne direcotcd, I will offer for sale for
cashn, line punronasenrs o pay for all neces
sary papers, to the hnighnest bidder, before
the Counr', flouse door in Winnnsboro, on
tine finst. Monday in August tnext, withn.
in tine legal hnours of sale, the f. llowing
described property, to wit:
All that piece. parcel or tract of land,
lying. being and situateo in tine county of
Fairtield and .itate of Sountt Carolina, eon
taining seven hutndrod annd twelve acres,
nnore or less, being part of tract contain.
ing n ine hnndred andi thnirty acres, more
or less, on west fork ot Little River,
walnera of tlroadl River and bounded by
lands belonging to thne estates of John II.
Means and TA. U. Means, deceased, oni the
Eastn by tanid bnelongitng to the estate of
Andrew Yonnguo, daooecd, on the South
by lands or J. 8. Douaglnass and estate of
Mdartin Yongnue, dlecensed, and on line West
by lands of Alartina I. Boyles and 13. ii,
Stevenson. Levied upon as tine property of
Jtnmes W. Yongue, at, the nirit of Henry
T. Terrill againset Jmnmes W. Yongnne and
othners against, the same Denfendant.
L. WV. DUVALL,
Shnerif's ofice, . F. C.
Winnnnboro, 8. (.,
July 18. 1874.
C OTTOg SAWgNS of the best
quality manufactured 'y the subscriber.
Terms of sale-~Cash or Note and secourity
or Bankable Note, or order on Cot tea
Merchnt.J. M. ELLIOTT.
N. B. The cotton roll has been improved
on the GOnnof 1874. J. M. E.
TO CLOSE OUT SUMMER
An established fact to make
room for the Immense
Pall aid winter
DANNINBR & 00.
WE MEAN JUST WHAT
Come one and all
Both Great and Small,
Give Dannenberg's a Call.
M. TV 0 EHI -7 MI : I
NE Tieroe nw Rice,
Swo 'Barrdes now oiop N. 0. Molasses
One Punoheon Demara.rns Molneses.
One Hid pure Trinidad Moinfses,
Two ilids S. 11. Syrup.
Thren Boxes Gunpowder and You ig
Cheese, Crackers, Sugnr, Ceffee, &o
LOW FOR CASH.
V A RIE TIE S,
OF~ TURNiP S~EED~
Conoentri led Lye,
Caiulle So sp,
Tol'et 8 iaps, Eitraois,
Die I Cologne.
Cr anm Tartar,
Olive Oil, Snuff,
Tut t's Pill.,
Gum Camphor, Parlor Matches, C
Piesters, Rat Hxtermiataor, ?4, &d
McMASTER & BRICE.
500DSs, Am~rie.a Cand,.erty
50 " oau, e. 4,
60 " Peanut. " "
mo 8U. 0. Desportes & 00o.
96; Aaa I (
COTTON sud HAY PRESS.
AVNC0 riva 1e eey-for the
s'ACh Guts dhd 1'essCU, would
he gitiI to have the Planters examine
TIlE COTTON GIN
Is without 1 'u perioi I With price ook.
sidered, it has NO EQUA L I 1 give Ox
tracts of somo of the
BAnNWILL, 8. U., March 22. 1874.
Mesers. Nebleti & GJ6odrich, Augusta, Wa.
UNTLUtM :-As to the UIN and its
capacity, I can -pronounco it "number
one." MIho is a sixty saw gin, runs by
an undershot- water wheel, and cank gin
from 4 to 0 bales, and if (lie wheel was
pr'oerly construg9kd, W.QudlgInri0 to
8 b aes perday. ..It leans the seed
tifuly .and g ONs gent ll'ea1110Ig
lit_69W A Y, atgh" 10 1874.
GUSts --1 Bow Oiieloso draft on'blesaer
I. Pattorson & Co., of Philadelphia, for
$210. I have used tUe GIN, and am
plesel to havoit, in may power to say thet
it works equal or better than any'I have
ever tried I work it with an 8 horse
power engine awl can gin 10 bales eottrn
in 2 hours, bales weigising 460 pounds,
I fed lie gin myself for half an hour, and
ran It at boat speed, and ginned 701 pounds
seed cotton, making good lint. This was
a few pounds better than any of the oth
are, out of four different, persons trying.
The least ginned was 630 pounds per ha I
hour. (Signed) JAb. PA GAN.
STAM ILLS, ANDEnBoN C. I., S. 0.
April 0, 1874,
GNTs :-We used at our steam mills in
this village three difforent kinds of cotton
gins, and take pleasure in saying that the
"Nebilett and Goodrioha Gin" is quite asgood
as any wo have ever used, and the price
(Bigned) OSBORNE & AloCULLY.
Steam Mills, Anderson C. I.
NINETY Six, G. & C. I. R.
Alarch 20, 1874.
GzNTs:-It affords me pleasure to add
my testimony to the value of your Gins.
For capacity and simplicity I know not it,
equal. I see no reason why it should not
be durable. The price being so reasonables
your Gins are and ought to be popular.
(Signed) J. II. BROOKS,
A LLFtNDALIC, Oct; 11, 1878.
GENTS :-One of the 46 saw Gins Mr. F.
All ordered for me I have received, and I
am very well pleased with it. When the
Gin came I was so well pleased with ft.
and one of my freedmen on ong of my
p'aces liked it so much, he spoke to bir,
All to order him one, which lie did. I
feed I he gin myself and ginned 100 pounds
seed colon in 1Ij niniutes. The driver
did mnoi know I was niaking a trial. I be
lieve t hat I can gin 100 pounds in 10
minntes on a trial.
JONES 1I. WILLIAMS.
Cotton Packlig Rendered Eeasy.
THE SMITSH' IMPROVED
hIAND POWER PRESS.
Two hands can pack readily with It,
and four are all that would lie required to
pack easily an d raj Idly bales weighing
600 pounds and upwards.
It Is a comiplete success, siple in eon
struction, a great conroenteration of power,
attihe ame fI!RA4IILE.. and NOT' LA
f85ls PO GET' OU F Oh ORDE~iiR, and be
lng time ii veuntlon of a Soutatier'n Geet
tlemmmat, is deservinmg thme patroumng of
Southern lIa' Irrn,
No othier Iland Power P'ras can be r
lied on being ent irely fr,,e fro -i "slipping"
The '-bar" in this, asewell as the "PawI,"
having ''Teeth" of sufficient strength to
hold any Pressure, it is Impossible for- it
t o ''slip."
I give extracts of sonmc of the Testianoni.
- Isaani.R't. A. C,. Jarn'y 9, 18N.t
OltNrs C-I have the pleasure of giving
my testimony as to my experience in using
thme nmithm Cotton Prs. We have had
in use for the past, three years one of these
presses at thme wor is of the Langley Mann
thetuiring Co., for baling the waste. We
have put up some 1400 bales In thme time,
and the repairs have not amotmned to five
dolliirs in all. The Press can be oper-ated
by tw~o men to advantage, ii. being simple
In construotli:- amid convenIent to ma~n
age. It produces a perfect bale when
pressed, (Signe I) Mi. P. FOSTER.
Ths O1NF-$; l40 por saw free oni oars at
Tihe (Cotton P'ress-Pree, comiplet,
free on thme cars In Augusta, Ga., $160 00
For- furthecr partleilars andl pamphlets,
apply to PIERRE BIACOT,
july 2--2m Agent.
A. B A UMB8A RT EN.
IIAVING retu,'ned for a short. tIme, I
am now prepared: to get, up thme
latest styles of Photgraphs, Perroot ypes,
Ivorytypes and Porelaines.
Now Is your time.
ShiA1.f quftntity of 'i Leed te.
eoived and for sale at thie Drug Store at 13,
14 and 16 cents poer lb., by
W. B. A KEN.
A morean Potash, Concentrated Lye, Bab
bit t's P'otashm.
This last. is put up iin soluble bails,
which are simply- dissolved in the boiling
vessel, In soap-maklng ; Thus savIng the
trouble of opening cans. For sale at
ON NStMENUUTOCK I
AvE the largertt and MeAt complele
stock in titis Town, at plies to suilt.
t~otimes Sor Casha I
call and sO the newest and prettiest atyleg
of Press Gobds, Dry Goods or, all Mtds,
'Attention Piltirs I
N. 0. Shoes ad DomestIos for luat1ails
CHEAP "OR VABRI I
CALL ON SQUIER & CO.
N. B. Our stock being very heavy, we
we propose to sell to a few "on time," pro.
vided satisfactory arrangements are made.
Payment must, be Iande by Nov. o.t, 174.
QUIER & CO.
J. C. SqUtFR, $. WOLF.
S10 their usual stook of Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry, Vbbas and Granite
CONNOR & OHANDLER
H1ave just added a large assortment of
fine Glass Ware, consisting of Tumblers,
Goblets, Tea Sette, &o., attractive both for
usefulness and beauty.
various styles of Lamps, Lanterns and
Sei scaling Fruit Jars, and one bbl. Fine
Kerosene Oil, all offered at remarkably
This unrivalled Southern Remedy is
warnted not to, contain a single particl, of
Mercury, or any injurious mineral sub.
stance, but is
conitalning th6so Southern Rooets and Herbs
which an all-wise Providence has placed ir
countrios where Liver Diseases most,
prevail. 1t will cure all Ulseases caused
by Derangement of the Liver.
The symptoms of Liver Complaint are a
6i fer or bad laste in the month ; Pain ini
he Dlaok,-Sldes -r-Jointw, often mistaken
for Rh~leumatism Sour' Stomach tLoss o
Appetite D owels alternately costive an
at h fead aohe ; Loss of memory, with
painftul sensation of having failed to d
'omething whiich ought to have beren done
D~ebifity, Low Spirits, a thick yellowr sp.
pearance cof the Skin and Eyes, a dry
Congh often mistaken for Consumption
Sometimoes many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at- otherR very few : but the
Liver, thue largent organ in the body, is
generally the seat of' the disease, and if net
iRegulated in time, great suffering, wreteh.e
edness and D tqh wIll ensue.
-This Great Ufnailing8 Speilo will not be
found the least U~npleasant.
Per Dyspept~ia, Oonslipation, hanadle.
Billious attacks, Sick headache, Cello,
De pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart
uBrn, &o., &c.
SIMMOFISMLVER REOULATOR 01 MEDi.
Is the Cheapest, Purest and Dest Vamly
Medione in the Woritd I
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphla.
Price, $1.00. Sold by all Druggists,
~ TIJI #uulevigsed tespewle
U~infully infurms his friends
an<4 $)ae t yela ubli,
that he ffaremoy~e do t 1 -
commdiios houk fi ner ktuh~
"Mir deldfHot4l' where h ilieuIM
to entettsi@' Ebdoeas M er4f t'. The
pat ronagio'tmy felloW Ot iten. of FairAeld
particularl solicited. To both transient
nnd recgularboarders any terais will be
'al usi atey H. L. JIROWNq.
.....2.. . roprieter.'
Poots anid Shoess
A N elegant lot of Boets and Shoe's jus
41,received from T. Miles & fPen,
0 ASTER & BIRIOg.