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Ocial DIreefory of 'FaIrtlet4
John' 9bdod,.Joel Cops.'
daln'l. B. Clowny-Clerk of the Court:
J. J. Neil--Judge of Probate.
W. B. Peake-Conuty Auditet.
W. M. Nelson-Couty Treasurr.
W. J. Crawford--chool CommlslOheW
R. F. Alartin-Jury Commiseioner.
COVTY .ssloNERS-,yas. R.ll1rvey,
MIonfy Jacob, Carter Booty.
HL,T. Obejr-U. S. Cominissioner.
NOTARUs PUBLIo-M, 0. RobeNtor., J.
Q, Davls, ,1. N. Oboar.
TRIAL JUSTtEe-A. bl. Mackey, W. R
Marshall, 11. R. Flanigan, Silas W. Buff.
D. D. Kirkland, James Carter, Thomas
Walker, Dr& Ira S. Scott.
T. Lt. Robertson.
WINNBBORO NATIONAL BANr OP ROUTH
OA ROLINA. AUTHIORIZED CAPITAL $200,000
PAiD -Dr $70,000.
W. R. 1oberlsop, ,Presidei..
Geo. 11. MaBler, Vice-President.
san'l, 11. Clowney, Caulijer.
Al. C. Robertson, 'Toller.
W. R. Roberlson, It. L. Elliott, James
ileaty, George 1I. MoNlaster, U. It. Flea.
iuken, Jas. B. McCant3, Jns. IT. Rion, Jas.
A. Brice, A. 8. Douglass, Col. William
chuston, of Charlotte, N. 0.
WARDENS--F. Gerig, J. A. Fraser, W.
Al. Nelson, J. D. McCarley.
Clil oF roLIe0i-T. J. 11. M[urphy.
Titking Dowi a 1eg.
According to Rapin, the Saxons
wero addieod to drink, and used
such immense cups.that King Edgar,
to check this evil habit, ordered cer
tain rdarks to be made in their cups,
at a given height., above which they
were forbidden to fill, under a severe
ponalty. These were called peg tan
kards, and a peg tankard is nowadays
a greit treasure. A peg tankard
had on the insido a row of eight pogs,
one above another from top to bot
toma. It was a noble pieco of plate
and ordinarily held two quarts, &)
that there wus a gill of alo between
each peg. Tile law was that every
person who drank was to open the
space betweeu pin and pin, so that
the pins were so many measures to
to make the company all drink alike.
"Th"says an authority, "was a
contrivanco for inerriment, and a
pretty iuro method of making all
druuk, especially if it be considered
that the rule was that. whoever drank
short of his pin or Leyond it was
obliged to drink again or oven so
deep as the next pin." Consequent
ly, in Archbishop Anselm's canons,
laid down at the Council of London;
A. 1). 1102. priests are forbiddon "to
drink to pegs." The expression "to
tako down a peg" has its origin in
this custom, meaning to abate a man
just as the liquor is abated. At
Braint.ren, in 1Ogw, -ngin,l, frow
which one of the earliest New Eng.
land towns takes its name customs
which sprang from peg tankards lin
gered even in the present century.
Topers partaking of ale divided it
into three draughts-"nockum, sink
un, stiankuim"-tho word swank
being defined in lailey's Dietionary
as that ''remainder of liquor at the
bottom of a tankard which is just
suilicient for one diraughit, which is
not accounted good manners to
divide, and, according to tihe quanti
ty, is ealled a large or a little
swank."-.New York 'Thnea.
Running away from injunctions is
not a novel trick in New York, but
Fox, thme well known "Ilumpty
DJumpty"' pantomimist, has led the
court officers an unusually long
chase. Ten months ago a theatre
lessee procured an injunction ro.
straining Fox from appearing in
public inl his professional characer
the ground of tihe action being that
]Fox had violated a contract, Since
then Fox has playedI all over the
country, coiming occasioim hly within
the jurisdiction of the iNew York
courts. Whenever he did so the
officers wvould get after him, but ho
eluded thoem with the clearness of
of hIs four-sooted namesake, at one
time turning a somersault cut o f a
back window while they were guard.
ing all thle doors of a New York
theatro to oat41h hbn tfter he~ left
the stage. A la,t, however, lie was
trappod' in Blrookiyn en *Monday
night. A deputy sheriff, dieguised
as a common laborer, applied at
thme theatro for work just hofore Fox
camoe upon the stogo. Hre was taken
en, and, 0once inside, madeo a short
cut for the dIressing room and shoved
the wrnit into Illupty Dumnpty's
hand, who was fairly coreered at
Tfhe afteompt of the Union-Herald,
(and another paper)' to wake thle
pe.ople believe thait to 'tttack tile
saintly Cardoza is a oovert stab at
the Governor, and his adzibistration,
is the greatest fraud contemplated.
If to convict a thief, would be *thQ
cause of the displacement of 'the
GJovernor, we would vote for convie
tion. Anid, if Chiaiborlain's ad
ministration won't held water be
cause of Cardoza's convietioni--if he
is guilty.-wui ay let loose the floods,
and let Chamberlain slide. We do
not believe, however, that it will.
affecot M'.r. Chamberlain's adnministra.
tioD. It depenlds entirely upon isg
honesty of purpose and behavior.
Greenville Ne ws.
.The Chattanooga Tinmes of the 9th
inst., says theO Tennessee has fallen
twenty.ono feet, but is stilLkover.
thirty, foot-, aboo low wvater. Its
condition yesterdiiy may ~o describ.
ed asoraryhig w..tr.
7,. oven and Jagger.
u&1pQ rope5 s ft. I )r .
p,Tat ttessrs. e K4
ag The -o6nol ii.
be - 0 Isood f what his cu re.
t44CW]UW o .4e1lSevervbou%-the,
sacrameqt of bvptism, and the otherh
believes a goq4 deal more than his
church requires him to believe about
the other saotament of the com
Fallbh From Grace.
'Th'o Washington Chronicle says
'Last Winter, it will be reolooted
one Van Pelt, who had been famous
as the keeper of a low whisky salo on,
was converted by the'erusaders, quit
his business, and became a ptominent
looturer for the woman, and was
quoted as a shining example of the
boneficial results of the labor of these
worthy peopTC; tidt it s6drab he did
not remain true. A few days since
he was fined twenty dollars and
sentenced to thirty days in the work.
house .for disturbing a religious
At a pra3er- meeting in Raleighb,
at the Presbyterian church, week be
fore last, Rev. Mr. Burwell, of the
Peace Institue, spoke of the Jewish
race in the kindest and most compli.
mentary terms. He mentioned that,
in his many years experience of school
life lie had taught the daughters of
Jews, and he always found them ex
emplars of the most careful and polite
home raising ; he had never seon a
Jewi6h gIrl at his school but that
shie was a perfect little lady. He
said he had often heard that a Jew
could not be found in a penitentiary
he knew there were five hundred
persons in our own penitentiary and
there wasn't a jew among them. It
was a singular fact that there were
now as many Jews upon earth as
lived in the days of David. Mr.
Mangum said Ie felt very warmly to
wards the Jews, that once when
stationed in Greensboro he walked
to his church in company with a jow
and they conversed upon their differ
out religions, and ueforo they got to
the gato he felt thord was a blending
of hearts between their, and they
both felt they were children of the
same Father. Wo add to these
reverned gentlemen that we not only
never heard of a Jew In a prison
house, but wo never board of one
being hung, never saw one a beggar
nor board of ticir daught.rs disgrao.
ing them, and that statioticians do
olare a inarked differeneb between
Jews and Christians to longivity,
fifty of one hundred Christians die
before the age of 57, and with the
Jews the same pramr,im reaches be
yond 67.-I&Ic gi Sonenct.
The Inpoved 11onto liuttle
No. 1, $25.00 ; No. 2,$37.00
No. 3, $42.00.
rj-iHE bt-sL Ullt.A P .i..At l1NE ini I
.. market, makes thie LO)CK STiTC
allke ea both, aides. Thouisainds of ladie
in the Carolinas can teAtity to its merits
It will (do the same w6rk and only costs
one-half of the mnonby th.a you would
have to pay foir one of tho 80-CALLED
F~or circular, samples of work, Keedlei.
Thread and Oil, call on
A. A .MORLRIS,
Agt. for Fairfleld County 8,'U.
ie is agent for thie celebrated Lighi
lLunning Hlome Ma chine.
D). (1. MA XWEL , Charlotte,N. C.
Gen. A gt. for N. C., 8, C., Ua,, and FIn.
mclh 1 ~1y
LOOK TO YOUR HEALTH
Simmons (lHepatic -Compound,
A purely Vegetable Compound, fr,
from, any poisoncuis matier- whatever
can be given with imipunity to aii infan'
of onily a few hours old for CoUic or- an
Derangement of thie Boewels. This Com.
pound will assist nat uie t o rehist- hiei
Iluepoe of mialarias, tim,d t hierby preser
health, It is guaran teed to cure Dyspe
siat, Constipation.- iliious <r k lien
ache, Billhoons or Cramp Colic (a
espeoially VNinter's C clie), anid all eoth
derangements.of tho ILiter, Kmdneys, 5k
Stomach and Bowel. Give it a tria
and be convincedl.
Manufactur ed by E. L. KING & SONS
Colnmubia, 8. C., and for sale by,
Dr. W. E. Aiken, Agent, also by Dr. ?,
it. McoMaster, Winnsboro, 8. C.
MO L A S S E S.
10 Barrel,, Ch oice N. 0. Molasses,
I Tierce of New Unanvassedl Sug ar
LOW FOiN CASH.
.u IJEATY, JIRO, & SON.
AL 3EL 3EX X'X 3" -.
('OTS and SHOES, Gontlemen's rn
13llBoys' iemdy-made Clo hing, Wanik
0e, S:aw1s, Corsets n nid Ribbous, 'ench.
ed, Bi own and Plaid llomespiu s, Cali.
coes, .8pool Cottoii, Linen Diamasks ald
FlannAle, Silk Bows for Lfadies, unew siye
Jet N ecklacce, Pearl Sleeve Uutiois
Plated Shirt Studs, InitinI llandker.
ohiefs (something new), Celntlemen
Linen anti Silk Uandkerchiefs, new st.yl'
Nubias, Boadod Dress But.os, lack
Silk Pelts. A Fine assort ment of Towels
Full assort mont. of Crookery and Mlass
ware. Fancy China Culps and Saucers
and Ch-ina lugs.
JBlack Alpaccas and W11 te All-accas of
1 INE BLACK1 MOHAIR.
BouI .vard Skirta and Plaid Lindseys.
Many ( f these articles are desirable for
and will be sold at
MC W e
Withers & Dwight.
D A N N E N B E R 0 's
Full Stock or SprilIg Goods.
New Calicoes ! New Caliooos I Piqucs !
The Big Bonanza Stripe>
Compil t fock of Wa'sh, Poplins 150 pe r
yard, Nnnsooks. Swiss MIuslins, Vic toria
Lawns, P'laid Muslins1
A LITI'LE IDEA OF OURS.
BOUND TO 1PLNASF I
OUR STOCK of NOTIONS
CL OTHII.IVG !
Car' Loadl Whuite Co)rn.
Car Load WhiJte See
1 Car Load Flour-all grades
All grades of SUGARL.
Rio and Java Coffee.
Chioice IIms, Whito and.
Lard in bbls., K(eos and can
Pearl Grists anI d Sca. n
D, R, FLENNIKE1N,
NEW A DVERTISEIFM
SIIOT-GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS REVOLVERS,
t. any a.ndover kIid.1enudWp1g stam
foAeatne 4.d,s .ra w a;
a WI40 w.a..m PAT I a v an a.
F SEamples to Agenus. Ladios'
Combination Noedio look,
wilth chronos. Soud staimp.
. P. GimUUC, Now lcidford .\ais.
Mel4i'y i"a''e by velliig
10 YTAS I, Iaitts' piecS.
or ge(ting up clubs in townsI and coutrly
1. the ollest Tea 'Cotnpany in Anerioli.
i- r iesi tduccl,el.l's. Send filr virciul Ir.
L'ANTUN TEA Co., Chibers sI., N. Y.
C4j.Svmlo.%.-rvY or- Souln ci.imixu."
- . How eillber sex Ily fils:ilillte
and gain wt love ati nli-ctiois or inty
peIot Iley uloove intal tjl ly. 'his sin'
pl , It nle ili i t l irluct all ,::in posse.ss
're'.b Itsmil for 2-7w, iogeilber %withk a
1m -l-ir e gulide, Egyptian 0racle, Dic:11ms,
'ilits to Ladies. Weddling Ni,rh l t,
&c. .\ tueer book. Adthrvss T. WIL.
IAM & CO., 0e. Phila.
The DIAMOND COTTON CHOPPER
ImPROV[0, &WARImANTL' '""''"-nt
. '. M i' *AlPAN C \V te i i. he 4the
lit h A I v
i- u t~ i iti fer A
~tn;n , Il) I) 110.1 :EN10:;.,. ..
P tIitl ltar inchim-14t.
RELA A_tM ....t..
J.W.1N , w.r n i t, L-,"ASI.
Evorls, roj, 110.1Im"ms
AND AL. 11T1ROAT l.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
i'T* Ut ONI.y IN inr.r it .x:s.
A\ TIMI .,k) ND 'SUR" 1) HEY.
Wl. 1. Kintt::u &z lo , Ntw York.
ol it I en . ree. 1. w:,1 a) sYiab
IVO1 wa' Illn lt
1rsol in 4!v11yIn- ilhL :s > to 1icke
rII d deliver -wl-- f"lr oiur eslb
ishinclnt (. 0 ). s:Q. of, sf.lple .all lami.
31 odso i kid ja c nsa tiuSe :1nd(
V var TV e.a C l. hollit ilk
\ wrviv:1. ale over h1-lit a million inl
I . t i h y . ri-,fhil poir.m.
\ recal ch nlev [*.)r all, 111.11t of- i'emalit ae
- I a . 1 oisk. Il'youl
o l - I we ll , t Yotl iie and11 plost
i, lit li lie o t 'i 11 a A cml dvt e0.t-l
if. .4 h -e S e'l 11nL'( :1 it ' Vr a I ler.. R
'ifovy. 11, . IA ' C" l, , 00 00
ilhort Postpoilt,if ay Fixe
-F4ol1 Dri. tl ilt.
1liliT (t1 iiai I FT 111,111 CONCElR.
)M .T'E1,E1 Flit -T.I ll - 11111 '
T A il X .AL NA . DRA, V.\,
I. ST OF21gt hltirT, iu. .
i granl c.Ish "'i I% 0.Y0l0I g
~1tsLrigdet, ift, oby 40a
I vi'-*1 <) -o i' jg
14 n ib , .01 chA 50,001.
15 ceas! cis iu ach 50),j(H)
AII IfI It c..'. 'L . l h. 1.l nc A., f 1 '000.
I I ) a h illt I1 '- i Is, I,, "vead 14u. 0
4) 1) u sh I "ifIlS, 5,) vath It io.1100
20 t.013 v h-lk "O 2 ach -100.00
!2.7----' rb I am-m mning to. i
t I-i t I lo ' i
l21 t0 ' u~ vgl:lII-or 11 T ig llt r lts,
hteala .led 11kg,i il'ennOi.[unn
,1 3lC eh:n-ltred by th beokitlatue of
\iil irgCI er-ea an I t he gl cl irgo t ('our.x t of
oner in siently a i t 2i.:ad,' aI- t
'lgli. ' in .lwnit dier,t lied diorne resi
'C od iti nItei ple,11'" i rioOiaytlcmtb ie ci
wil :.et niit- I ;ih t la rge I', I n io rt s of
heO lli'ers o2f( 2121 .\llout elic,..oy t , .i.
Ak n 11' e Asoin~ist who ie d i hvIC
Fe-tyi' 'ii.by lowet, 1', d iia r ter i
newn li-kll re DbreIen & Co.
WE ARE STIL.L[
Dress Goods, Clothing,
At prices which mut secure
their raPid Sale.
We nvteanl examinahution of
goods ve are offerint.
we have just rceiv
eda e11Cw spply
SPIlNG PR INTS,
LONG CLOTHS &.
Sugar, CofGe(, N. 0. MkLIsses
W. H. Flenniken & Co.
patckages of N1.W 1,, A CKOR Il
in Barrels, ihalf and qiuart.r lar
rels, Kits 1, 2, 3, and extrat uM'
ber 1, MESS
323 Su.eks of fresh ground FL )UR.
all sizes and grades from the
Granite Mills Auusta Ga.
A fill stock of G rocerie.. lru isions
and l'Iaitation 8ii-;div.s, -ll
of which will be ait ite
lowest prioes for CASH.
RIEAT Y lilO. & SON.
NE of r00cS
60 pa:irs oftrc Chinus and I Iamoes.
L. Il Shovels a I mannreIti :orks T!ol>
and l3uikets, Nails anid .\x . rIS 4.110
Cads iia ii *. %Saws . adlocks,
Sad Irons1, Co ffee Ml ills,
LoOks, Peren*c -
lE ierrls assorted E tt ig and! P!ant in
Ifor Sale loW for (uashI.
Beaty, Bro- a SOn.
PRLiEMIUM MILL !
.. .m tifl lt prepiied to make and r*epa ir
l'ortablo GJrist, M ill, andu do job work of
All kin: Is of Collins ainil ( ases kept ont
hanid. P'rices to sit the iies.
Miy My Mlills have Iakent the firs
nov 26 J, W,. 3MetRsigI I'.
3 Ilhds. N. 0. Clarified
Sugar, 10 Bhlis. .N. 0. Molass
A formier lot of' tho"se goods
have given general satisfactioni.
GAive TheJim a TIrlal,
fe 7BEATIY 13RO. & SON.
r -iWO good tnen to sell WHEELIElt &
.LWILsoN'SA Sewing Moahmes. Rlefer.
ences andu bon:d required. None buat men
of chiarac'eri and reli ability iteed a1pply,
mar '--j2 Augs-a .
C. WEST & SONS'
~TAfl8 E U URLI T Y
TI - BEST OIl, IN USE.
Irarranted 150 Degrees Fire Test.
VATERI WHITE IN U0LO1R. FULLY DUODUIZED.
LND I' WILL NOT EXPLODE.
It burns in all Coal Oil and
Kerusen Lamps. Try it. Ask
for "Aladdin Security," and take no
(. WEST & SONS,
116 WV. Lombard tt., Baltimot o,
Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Stroot,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ST ATION 1 IEV,S
YET, BY USING ('iEAPER1 GRADES OF STOCX,
WE CAN FUHNISC Wo1C AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FIN[ 1ASHIONABLE STATIONEM,
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Wedding and (all Cnvitations
ON THE IESr STOCK AND PRINTED IN THE
.16ductioni in Pricumi
11, view or (ie low rices obt;itid -o1
otion he prosentf, meason. uid ill
Iler to place ,lr (InnIos wilihinl th1e
a114h1 of every plitri , we have greatly
d uee-d ourl- pIl ce.
They wvill bc ,old as follows:
I'er 'To of 2,000 lbs., $46
Puyable May Ist, 1876.
Per Ton of 2,000 lbs., $53
Ityablo Nov. ist, 1875, Proc of In
DPI2A D1t,L S PATENT
?i 313 -1 A T E.
Per T<n iift 2000) lbs., $46
P.aya.ble May let, 1875.
P5er Ton of 2,000) lb.., $53
.iyable Nov. lst, 1875, Free of In
E .h P'rice
Pcr' Ton of 2,000) lbs., $30
Paya ble lst, Ma&y 1875.
P'er Tjoni of 2,00() lbs., $35
aiyable Nov. Ist, 1875, Free of In
reightf antl D)rayige to b onatl..'el,
iall uin A~gnts for AhnanesEl anX d
af ormIlat ion.
I. L ELLIOTT & CO.
W 1NNSBOIRO, S C.
Geo, W. Williams & C0,
3.Proprietorsi, ('harleston B. C.
1L. F. GOODlING
PR OPRIE~TO R,
7AVING d i!poseud of mlyLivery inter
-1 S to lil 0 I. T1. Terrilli, I wvili kee i
tie. 1'arties~5I in an of goodl steck lvi
Well to give mae a call,
I have also opeed a Carring'e Bugg
id Waggon Factory. All work neati
secuted and Warrantid. Give mep a cai
ESTA BLISHE E1835
V 'R~& TiTY yRAI ANDX RLONJR
iUSIA'ESS. UfA D C C
3 OLD and 8iiver Watches, (the very
te ~ iii keepers) .Solid Goldl Chains,
mm 'ltd his, Itin1gs and Si vor Blub
mains, which I gularan1teo. Also, Breast,
nrs CollarnndHI Siri Buttions of all (18
Iptions. A set of bieauttifuil Clocks,1 ,i
n beat I hem ? ltepa iring done' ina
,rkmnan-.lut mainner. Salisfaction gutaran~
dec2 CHA~S. MULLER,
Uratefl Thousands proolaim Vix.
EGAR Brrris the most wonderful In.
vigorant that over sustained the sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwoll, provided their bones aro not do
stroyod by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious Remittent and Inter
Inittent I overs, which are so prova.
lont in tho valloys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Ntiesissippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tonnessoe, Cumberland, Arkan.
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pcarl, Alabama, Mbile, Savannah, Ro.
anoko, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autunm, and remarkably so during son
sons of'unusual heat and dryness, rre
invariably accompanied by extensive do..
rangimonts of tho stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatmont, a purgative, exerting a pow.
erful influence upon these various or.
gans, is essentially necessary. Thoro
is no cathartic for tho purposo equal to
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR BITTERS,
as they will speedily remove the dark.
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at tho same time
stinilating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortif'y the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with VINEGAU
Brrri.its. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head-.
ache, 1 am in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Ifoart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid.
nicys, and a hundred other painful symp -
tois, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottlo will provo a botter guarantee
of its incrits than a lengthy advertise.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, wiIo
Swellings, U leors, Erysipelas, Swelled Nook
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflamunntions, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Eyes, et .
In these, as in aill other constitutional Dis.
0Cs0, WALKHR'S r1NoAla BITTERs have
shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronio
Rheiumatism Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
those Bitters have no equal. Such DiSea8o
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.-Persons on
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, T'ype-settors, Gold-boatera, and
Mimors, as they advance in life, are subjeet
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this. tako a dose of WALKER's VIX.
SOAR 131ITTIIS OCCaSiolally.
For Slin Diseatses, Eruptions Te
tor, Salt-Rhonum, Blotches, Spots, Pimnples,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch,
Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Hunoeim
andl( D)iseasqes of the Skin of whatever namie
or nlature, are litdrally dug up and carried
out of tile syvstemu in a short tino by the lis.
of those Bitters.
Pini, Tape, and other Worm,
lurkimg in. tile system of so1 many thonaand;
are offectuially' c'catroyed and1( rCleotd. No
system .of miedieino, 110 vermifuiges, no an
thlmmallltiCs will free the system from wonasp
like these flitters.
For Female Comiplaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of won
man~ihood, or tihe turn of life,, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
unlprovemuent is soonl perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood nheon
over yomu.ind its imlpuritios bursting through
tile skil, in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cloanlse it whenCl you find it obstructed and
sluiggish til the veins; cleanse it when It is
foul ;your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blofod pure, anId the health of the 53ystem
RI. II. McD)ONALD de Co.,
D)naggists and Genl. A gtu., San Franoiseo, CalifornaJ
and( enr. ft WahNinlgtlon anId Charlton7 Sts., N. V.
Solcl by all D)rugglsts and Deailera.
OF ClA RLEST'ON, 8. C.
W Iliams, BlacK, & Williams,
No. 3 ColtIOIn IE xchan ge
SOiUTiJ A'T'LAN710 JI'lA RF.Iv
prepalredl mIlor thne special sulpervision of
our Chlenist, Dli. STf, .ULIEN ltAV'ENEL~
are no0w olffred atl reduced rat en.
90o,able Guano. (IhIorouIghly A mmoniated.)
I'ln) aide A1pril I si-- $40 00
"Nov. Is' withlouit interest.. 68 00
Acid Pholsphlate, Cash1 as above. 80 00
imne, na above. 85 00
Willh "Cot ton Option." 07n basis of
Liverpool Middhnlgs at 15 cents pound,
lelveredi ati nearest, Rtailroaid Depot on or
itore Noveaber- 15th, as fol-ows:
Soluble Gluano, TlanIO- $00 00
Acid Phlospha'e " 40 00
I)r'yage. $I.0i0 per Ten, unless ordered
E. C. WV I,jLI AMNI, T'reasurer,
I(ey BOX 48d, (Charlest on, 5, C.
-. FL.VENNIKE~N, Agent at Winnsboro.
M.Y C. B & 110.,
.DCiER'S WIA RF, CIIARLESTON 8,0
r lEgitAr, ad vances made upon eon 4
Lsignlus of Cotton or oiher Fro
lIce to thlem in Charleston, or through
l(~c r'si odlL moein Liverpool, New
p I'(/Claj attentionj1 to at sa