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FAIRFIELD HERALD
Publiesed Every Wedneeday at
One Copy one ea - XI..t - $ 8 00
f 1to b'ieait 0 t.90 6 orn
J hn Olb.'an. Joel Copes. -
A w. Auff- eriti. -
a 'l. it. (lowney,.-(Cerk of the .otiw4
JJ. Neil--Jutldge of 1%rnhat er
*. 1r. Is Paike Coaty. Auditor.
W ret~ sioabuilty.Trennttei-t
rawfordl ohoebl COnt'nlimitiosttar
t. V. binrimn-Jurry -t;maiellidetl'
SoYTf' oisatoxansZJn. . lIarvey,
Henry Jacob, Cartel fiaeaty.
II. N.- Obear-- U. S. Comamnissioner,
b O R 'al.t .-M. R. 110 i e .
Q.RA i1. I N, Otear, U) 1{. il.
r a, ri.i r4ona.. -A. M. Alatkey. W. It
Marshall, Janes Aiken, Silas W. 1tuiT.
II. J. F. W. Coleman,, Thomnas W.tilker,
Dr. Ira M. 8vott.
T. It. ltobertron.
WIN!IOs'11to 2tATIO!IAr, UOKK Or 011tT11
isoo~pIA mauIsoMq1tt r. Aar& or s.Ou-ru
eagerI.tna. AUttIOtanob6aratar.5-.00,000
rue upe $76.000.
W. R. Robertson, Presiont.
(Gen. II. MoMalsper, Vice- 'resident.
atn't, 11. CI'wney. Cashier.
I. Itobertson. 'I oller.
.W. Rt. Robertson:, If. L. Illliott. James.
ut#aty, Geot-go It. .Ic.a'mter. I). It. lien.
viken. Jar. K. MoCAnts, Jan. II. ioo,, J1a
. Itrice, A. 8. I)ougltss, Col. 1 illiam
ihnaton, of Charlotte, N C.
TOOn orrtwans.
ilerre Blacot.-Intendant.
wAnUEs--f. Oerig. J. A. Fraser, W.
M. Nelson, J. U. MlcCarley.
eaer or srut.gon-.. J. If. Mi:rphey.
WIRUSnORO RUIr.IutNt Ano .OAx APnOCIA
TIMfIM.
0. It. Moatstr.-Pre'sident.
Jam.e Mhnty-Vice. 'rosidjsst.
D. K. Flennikon Sea. and Treas.
H1. N. Obear, Attorney
Directors-Ja4 A. Brice, .San'l. B
Clowaey, 0. A. White, I. N. Wlihors, J.
M. Oillnway. P. 1'di. '. It. .\l dden,
W. 11. Plenniken, J. 8. Connor.
Cotton.
A RXvIEW OF THE 'rltADE--NTFJ4ERrINo
ESTIMATES, STATITTIC AND CAI.ICULA
TIONS.
WAsHINoTON, November 5.-Elli
son & Co., of Liverpool, in addition
to their usual monthly report, has
issued a review of the cotton trade
of Europe for 1874-75. This takes
the place of the annual circular of
Ott Trampler, of Zurich, which has
been discontinued. 'A compUrison
of the deliveries of cotton in Oreat:
Britain and the continent for the I
first five sessions show that the con
sumption of the continent is gaiuning
ground upon that of Greatt BritaLin,
when the consHumpItion was less
last season than in any one of the
p~revious four, and mnay be taken n
a more p)assing variation, such as the
continental figutres ailbo show.. Jug
ing from wookly deliv'eriesu, the fall
ing off' has beCen about thi samne in
bo0th casos du:ring the seasonI just
closed. Fromt a nmnblor of tistimuaf es,
including the natua increase of
spindles, the oeect of the Facntorv
aot and other circmsttances beat ing
upon the comnsumption of raw mat
tarial, it in found that the require
monts of Europo for 1875.03 will b)e
'three por cent. greater than last
norson, or 6,7l52,0.21 balas of 382 41-5
pounds. To meet, t1\is demand the
reponrt says :"Thue tarea sown this
0agonl in America is about 8,755,:
000 acres, or 282,000 acres re presen t
ing abouat 100.000 bales less thtan
the average of the previous three
seasons. The season dotes not
promis to differ materially from the
average of 1875. The yield is not
likely, therefore, to show any voay
important variation fromtu 4,000,000
bales. Wthatever the size the crop
maty be American spinners will re
qiuire about 1,300,000) bales. This
would leave 2,700,000) bales for
Europe out of a total of 4,100,000.
On the basis of thoso figurea a ra
nonableo etimtito of the import into
Europe for the seasoni will be 2,7:50,.
000 bales. The iuverage import from
India during the pant two aeausons
has fallen short, of 1,500,000 bales,
aind this is the highest figure we*
foel jnstified in aidopling for 1875 6
With a continuance of the p~resent
goalo of prices it . more likely than
hot that our estimate will ntot .be
tachedi. Brazil will p~rob~abl soiad
as o more than last year, ~00,000l
bales, but the suppl from E~gyp)t
py reach 400,000 bles.
myrnta and the West Indians, &(c.
wifl probaby furnish about the name
as n184-'5. onseqluently they
put the total supl'y at 5,- 80,000
blos. This estimate is worked out
by somne elaborate statistics so as to,
show thaV at the end of September,
1816, the stocks in the ports will 1be
176,000 bales-(of 389 pounds) less
than in'1875 ; in other words, that
the balance of unused cotton at the
Sdoft next "season iyl 'be about
$ ~,0 bales excluaive of the stocks
at tia mills. T1hose circulations,
based as they are on long averages
and intimuate knowledge of the
trade, are accepted as foreshawding
the facts closely as ca be ex
a - Jiines'Oftonbach is corming oter
niext year to direct Philadelphia Cen-~
tennial concert. Hfe has long been
desirons of visiting Amieriqa) lt has
~tlm4t~enditer)!d by lr d of
po jo of .the. - on. i Dniel W.
-V. D' i it Is Aai will foon niake
)us appearance upon the stage in the
charactor- ofHgmlet, which hn is now
studying.
3shed reading the Bible throngo
announces th words "boys" an
*"llocpnr i it twice. -
A Bank Robbed.
DUnOLAiS GET AWAY wT $40,000
wrO f. vemibor 3.-'= $
bpj int 1~V~f~ t 'bya band of
burglars and robbed of $40,00.0 iw
tqn .spfd ioy. The robbers, by
setrous operation, got- into the
vaulthaiont- the building
'bdi 'f, oi ,4ey. blow
Open two sphorical .afes, from
y1ic yily.,abstracted the inonof
n cfd.c Ocaimpod. aT1e ba1nk is ta one
story brick strittftre, with a flat tin
.of. 'Throigh 'this roof the. rob
b out a hol with a tinsinith's
shears soveral days ago, so as to
have it ready for olootion night,
it king the 'iCecMtion to adjust it
ttwaiu ith'putty to prevent loakago.
The hole is about eighteen inchec
square, and through this throo of
the gang dORcendOd into the vault
by ineans ,o( qy ro aj l elder, leaviig
two ebfedorateg butide to, wateh
and assist thom in Oscaping:.' The
vault is guarded by a strong door,
supplied with a burglar alarm, but
they left that unmolested and en
tered through the top of the -vault.
In this there are three strong
spherical safes, two of, which we0
blown open with powder and riflod
of their conteits.
A gentleman, finding that the
diminution of his sto(k of wood
continued after his iires were out,
lay awake one night in order to ob.
tain, if Possible, some clew to the
mystery. At an hour when "all hon
est folks should be in bed," hearing
an operator at work in the yard, he
cautiously raised his chamber win
dow, and saw a luy neighbor on
deavoring to got a large log into his
wheelbarrow. "You're a pretty fel
low," said the ownor, "to come hero
and steal my wood while I'm asleep!
Yes, replied the thief ; "and I sup
pose you would stay up there and
see me break my neck with lifting
before you'd offer to conic and help
ne !"
The Chicago Inter-Ocean, seeking
to discover soiothiing "treasonable"
about the recent inau uration of the
'Jackson statue at IBehmond, after
diligent search finds that the statue
was Iiscribcd, "Done A. D. 1875, in
the ono hundredtlh year of the Cani
ionwealth." The outrage mill ob
jeots to the words "of the Common
wealth," and thinks they indicate a
"rebel yell." As tho statue was
eretod to the memory of a citizen
of Virginia, and the affair was a
purely State domonsttition, the in
scripi0n could not have been very
well worded differently without vio
liting the eternal filtness of thing}.
A gantlenman w >reached Washing
ton Monday night is rep~ortd to
haive givon the following asa the re
sult of a conversation betwvoen Hon.
S. 8. Cox and himaelf on -the subject
of the Speakershlip: Mr. Cmx says
the contest isa behvoon him11 and
K(err, with the ehomeeo in his favo-,
Ho <xpcts5 to get New York and
Ohio solid in the (Icaneus, and to
divide Indiana andl Missouri withi
KorrI, and will have Illinois, Mi('hi.
ganl, Kenltuoky and tihe New Eng
land .Democrat s. He sav~s Rand~all
the Souther n States :that Kerr's
st r'ngt~h lieu1 in the West only, and
that ho will divido with him.
One gentleman observed to anoth
er :"I have a wvife and six chlildronl
iln New Ymouk and1 I utver .9oon one0
tm. "Whlero you ever blind !"
"O0 ! no," repilied tho othor. A fur
tiler Ilas of time, and then tho in
terr'ogator resumed theO Rubject.
"D~id I utndorstand you to say that
you had1( never 50oon one (of them ?'
"Yen suich is tho fact " 1-ore follow
ed a still longer pauiso in the eon
fairly puzzled, said :"How can it
be that. you have neover saw~ ono of
thlem 1" "Whuy," was. the anlswer-,
"01n0 of thec~n was born after I
loft."
A Honr QUESPJON.--A Detroit bOy
surprisedl his fatther the other day
by asking:
"F"athor', (do you like mlothior ?"
"Why, yes, (If 'ourse0."
"Anti she likesx you ?"
"IDid she ever may so."
"Many a time, lil son."
9%Eldh iar yo because she
The b~oy looked thel the old man'm
over, anid aufter a long pause18, asked:
"WVell, was shn ats near-sighteod
then as she is now ?"---lieroit Fr1,ee
Dr. Mary Walmker expresses the
opinioni that if women wero to sud(
dlenly take to wearing short jackets
and sail or-cut lirousers, iln thr'oo
mlonths their new garb would ex('it(,
no spleelal altten1tion1 on thel street.
Supp)loso she tries it hersolf foir
aw~hile, just to 800 how muany street
Arabs she can rally to "shoot that
rig."
The priess of Florid u is dorm-md
ing some restraint on the ireckless
destruction of game by tourists,
wvho~ 51pend( mlonths iln ind (iscrimlinato
pglaughater', for n10 other purpose in
ftbe world thatt to say, whon they go
bluok hlomie, fat' the~y had ba:gge.
so nmany huandred birds or shot so
mainy deor.
Here is a solemn warning to
young ladi es, never, Jag out clothes
on Wasiig day.A A younlg wonman
in Indiana recently fell (dead while
doing tii.
Germany with a population of for
t! two muilloi, last yea r aduat'a
sig hundred and sixty yiians,
rejectmng one hunmdred and eight age
pheants. ;
~he National Gi'ange vill meet in
Louisville, Ky., on the 17th inst.
A boy, while playing ball in
Graham Almanco count , S. 0. ran
one ono of bia loft
bel ei eielbow.
uttoieli Me, Mary, Ho' to i o
WTh i the. ti l0 pf a redntli y:
(bVe Iier' a p$ir o aaand earinga
'ad nti'tortois Jiol comb for her
ac1 k, tar,
9_0 } .i pe'vails in South
1idea4 .ov eralhildren bpzu isp,
Helena havle "*n: exielled from p
Rcdol iii Natal on account of olor.
Smeo ao l.orly white.
George D. Tp2's ons com.
piled and edited by Mr. Joln Jn
Piatt, are. soon to- be Iinblishedl. The
volumn& will contain a shotoh of
Prntke' lif.
The Baltimore Amwerican tells of:
a snake t~here as large as a barrel.
They must wear good sized boots
in Baltimore:--ieo ton PQst.
Had we.'not faults of our own,
wo should take. loss. pleasure in ob
servi ngthose of othersR.
It is said that the Dig.tger Indians
are never known to smile. They are
grave diggers.
Mrs. Snipe, of Texan, male he
husband 'qrtail before her. Gamey
Bonapartist documents are sent
into Franco packed in sardine boxes.
The cattle disease is raging in
En -and.
A ORNTS 20 elegant oil (1romo. mount
..ed, Hize ~xil1, for St. Noveltie and
ohromos of overy description. National
Chromo Co.. Phila.
OUNTS WOntetl ! .OAloriaS And dip.) mas
A awarded for lloltuani' New Pictorial
'Sibles. 1:300 illustrations. Addresa for new
cifoulars , A J lolnttu ,& C., , 930, Arch
street, I'ila.
IND) read in.', psychtomancy, fascina
.. .tion, soul einrming, menerisnm, and
marriago guide, showing hsow eitht Hex
any fascinato und gain thet love and nfIfe.
lion.of any person they choose instantly,
400 pages, by mail 50 ots. Iunt & Co., 139
a 7th street, Phila., Pa.
Salvlguaranteod using our well
auger and drills. S.00 a month
paid to good agents. Auger books
fr+e. Jil. auger co., St. Louis Mo.
$10 to $500 .l- to
fortuno. A 7t
>age book entitled: "'len an Indians of
ValS' reet." explaining everything, sena
free. John Hi rkling k. Co., Bankers and
Brokers, 72 B'dway, Now York
THE $50,000 BONANZA
TO; ,U 'r investecd in Wall St
e, r: e.) often leads to a for
tuno. Full 1 marticulars sent free. Address
Pendlrton ifRoad, 65 1all stroot, Now
York.
vagents for the
b.at a elli
~ T ~prizo pac'-ago
in the world. It conntains 15 she-ets paper,
I5envelopes, golieni pn penholepn
cil, pat-nt vard measur,,, and pien of
Jewel ry. 'ingle package with elegant prize,
post paid, 25i. Cifrculaur free. Brido & Co.,
lBroad way, New Yors
D la r howt $10 to $5E00tf
inv1ested in btock L
I'nnan- wicll pay large
rofivtl. T, aoaid $k
bjonds, andl gold bought on moarginas.In
tcrest six por cent allowed on dleposita sub
.ject to sight d raft. llue.- walter & Co., Bauk
era and lBrokers. No. 10 WVall street, New
Yorts, 1PO flox 41317.
$59 TO $10,000
has been invested int 5took ptrivileges and
paid 9JO per cent profit . "Itow to doit"
book op Wall street., senut free. rTumbridge
& Co., Pan ors andl Briokers, 2 n all street,
N~ew York ..
45I) Al~h 'ilIItOA ' D)ISEt E
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
A TIll I I) A N D) SlIlll'MEI) Y.
Sold 'ty r-:gi's. genrar'ly. nnd
.1 ohe si..a lbo. toway & Ca , Pta i a~lphljlis
AN OUTFIT FREE.
W~ewant 5,tme One in every county to take
orders andl deliver goods for the old origi
nal i'. 1. D). llouise. Large cash wages.
~plendid ha tnce int every neighbtor,ootd
for tho right personi of either sex. yountg or
oldl. Samtiplex., new lists, cirulars, terms,
e.tt., ai comtttet outtit. sent frete andl post
paid . n for it at onace and muak e mfoney
at your homies. Addiress, iI J l[all &. Co., tG
N lilat'ard stre~tet, Ilaltimuore, .V d.
Th o. 13.atipaiOz'o
Ilnmov~uedl ont - eptttur 1 st to the spaiou~s
s'tr a t No. '1, esit Fajyttto~ street, where
tho puroprietors will be pleased to He.e their
oldl frino and ptronta. A complete stock
ofb pure atni reliabloe oamopathiu Medi.
oine's as well as B~ootk for Phbysicians and
famtily itse, conastaintly L opt in stckt. crders
lialtimuoro.
BY ANN EL~IZA YOUNG,
lirighamu Youing's reboellioux wife. .SW'he
only comapleto E~xpose of aill the secretsa of
itrigham'ts harem ever written. Ptorn in
Mormnonuimn, A nn Eliza nlow asx poses to the
world, as noo (ther. womanit tcanl, the set'O't.
mysteries and orimnesof thie horribtlesystema
of i'ol u, froap .the very begianing.
Naa~ 00 llusraitionls beantify the worc.
It in thae best selling book p~tuIled . 10,
003) maore menai and womuen can have em-.
ploymnt't and muaka e rom, .5 to $10 daily.
All live agenta ara writing for illustrated
ofrenlairs wih large terma. tent free. D~o
not delay, butt add res D~ustid, Gilman &
Co., lirt ford Ct., Chicago, Ill., or('inein
nati, Ohio- , oct 23-4w
INi BOKN(iUPT~r,
Int Po David C, Me'ans, Bank rupt, Ex parte
SaT I1 Illowneyw, As~igneo. Pet~tion
fbr sale of IJ iakrupt'a listate.
4OThold in-hoob3 kIven to all creditors
- hding liens laganat, the estate of
the abovuo namend 1kankrupt, that the same
musat be establisbed before me att my ollhee
in Yorkv~illo within twenty-onie days from
the firs pIahlIQton of thuts notlee, ether
~wise ttf wi be debarred front any share
in the distribution of Ilankrup6's estate.
I 1y order of Court.
W, o.lra tso ,
-- -- -- - _________ I
iJch mond Advertisements.
-.t 990oe $athlbe Wrks,
nICHirc6i1D VA.
i..NL.and Boilhtn, At oftl t W
Cirnular 8iw bli s, et, 3jgr)~ wLk Peut
ter Mills. Shafting, asngere antid P 11oe.
( MtraoVcu I144s wATmti *Ia "L;
qot 18 ,
W~# E~rrxoual H P lei~bWn
Ettengr & Edmond
rflndoND VA.
M--ANU1ACTURER of Portable and
Stationary Engines and Boilers of
all kinds, Circulay Sisw Mills, Grist Mills,
Mill Gearing, 8hJUfliing, Pulleys &c.
AME4IAN TUADINJI WATPn WIIEEL.
Cawnero.'rs Hp--clal Steam l: iaps
Send for Catalpgue.
G. F. WATSON.
Furnituro Worka wn&Lumber Mills,
ltIeIUMoNI) VA.
('1OTTAGE B edsteads. Chamber and
J Parlor Fur'nitnra. L-:i nge, Chairs
&lc. Manufaeturor of Walnut and Cheaper
hard woods, no soft pinu used. ()ottagn
BealIstead4 and ohieap Mattresses Isding
articles.
METROPOLITAN WORKS.
Ca-al Stre frem Sixth to Seenth
Rzwnown VA.
I 19, Portable and ytationarY,
Saw :ills, Grist Mills, Roilers, Cas
tings of BIrass and Iron, Forginas .o.
Agricultural iron Workq,
In all its branches done by experienced
hands.
Improved Portable Erggines,
for driving cotton gins, threshing ma.
chines, sel arators, grist mills &o.
A nuruber of sedond hand Engines and
Boilers of various patterna, in llrst rate
order, on hand. Itopair work uolio ted
and promptly done.
W m. E. TANNER & CO.
ee R
L~aietAr ner,Jood&n
':A!! iorATVautedf.
LOWEST PRICEB.,
* Jemt/brPrfe List.
E. W. Phillips,
AGENT,
WIN NSB OR0, S.OC.
rig 3-3m
SPECIAL NOTICE.
I ArrTrEa knowing thnra.xelvea indebted
Ito tno are requested to call and isettle
at onco, or their aiCounfts will bo placed in
an officera hand for collection, N
nov 2 JOHN JOHNSTON
FIRE INSURANCE.
.11onspanies a l.nse can,bIgeel ant.i
ceced 410 milhoun slollars Elort rate,
avn nul and~ terms pohles le-sucel. I nuntlry
dyrelling rl'ka a speccla'ty 0iu aaou, e
risks taken as reas ossable 1'n4e'a.
JA8. W. LAW, agtat.
(Q1IT'U B TY .ife Iiunrance an.l t uni51y
' ) om any. .ines $1,4 49,308 :':,.
' ire. N.-u Fotretture (in te~n pay m ent..)
adoiwmenti and ' ntei-y I o iis Istuedl
- the mnesi favorable termI.
JAS. WY. LAtW, A gent.
sept 2
Pf4 . P.TALE
Manufaccturer of
DOORS, SASNES, DLIYDS,FILOBRING, &0
D~ealer in
Bu1'~~idr Jurdware,
PAIN~TS. OILS, &O,
aOut.AoF.Wr.
The National Mixed Paint Co., Th~ Great
American Fr xigihrC. aeAa
FAoTonYT AND) 1A1DB.
Ashley iveor, Wot1End Broad St.,
sept_23-Iy
Wbit. ZLead.
'4 NNE Ton of White Lead which I gnar.
./atea pure Lead, for sale at the
1rug store of
W. E. AniwE.
Zaw Oaa cr"
),P R At0 6y 000LT ! "'
!',4l t ltsutsa to AliPs *U5I
receiYv rogIt~
r AtLLA~I iiA M DVI
ATTORNEYS AT 1AW.
NO.24 17 4NO,
WI NKS (1' iO'it CAItoLitA
WP. Doty & Co.
3 Doors West of Post Ojce
--1 X-..
'"ESPIAN HALL BUILbINO.
DEALERS IN
FAMILY & PLANATION
GIOCEltIES,
PROVISIONS,
GRAIN,
FLOUR,
IlAY &e
.ALso,
P ROP RiETORS
-O --
LIVEI3V & SALE
STA~BI.Es
Where we constantly keep on
handl a fully supply of good
Etowns . Mules,
- I'OIt
*.L~mm or -oXrn~m.
D). Joxu, J. H. DAvra, E. BoonroIr
EC. S. BOD)UNIGHJT.
Jones,
Davis
Doauhnight.,
Bucssors to B. 0. Shiv r & Qo.
ANDI DP.ALann IN
)ry Goods, (Carpets. 4)11 (loths,
gal I lngs, Ilools,
Columbia, S, C.
I HlE attention of purchasers in every
Lpart of t his State is cailledl to con.side.r
very isuportarrt fact, namxely, that the old
stahlisbed house of It. 4'. ist IVFEtt Ai.
[:C is. not elosed but reorgaunizedlupon
ho t .aly basis that can be'eltrried gn sne
ensfully,
STRICTLY CASH,
And we ansure our patrons that we
hall continue the same honiorable course
f dealing with them that wuas auch a dis
lngulshed fea~ture~ with the bouso of Rt. C.
Ihiver & C~o. Wo have now in store the
>est selected stock of
D)RY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES8,
HATS, (CAPS, CARPETS, OIL
3LOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
WALL PAPER ETC.
PEver aeni in this city, selected by one
,f the airm, who anperintends the busi
esen, and consequently krtowu the wants
f this comunin ty better than buyers re
dingI elsewhere. Trho entire stock will
ie oiffeired at prices never before equaled
n thin nection. Th le puioes will startle
rnd attract you at sight. We invite you
o send at once for
Samiples of thv-se New and Hand
somie tUods
andh, If shown to your friends and neigli.
ors, we are sure It will be to your advan-:
atgs to send us large order. We pasy
~reighat on all bills amounting to $10 and
zpwards. All orders munat be accompan
ud with the CAMH1, or we send them C. 0.
* and guarantee satisfaction.
Best 0,j. Prints in the city, Long
3loths lt, 10, 12j*. None equalI to themi
n the State. Well known brandls u)t
Uipaocas and Mohairs, just imported. Ho
dory Dapartmeont--Full of well assorted:
goods at popular prices. Gents' Furnish
ng gooda complete, sa dopartment. Onr
toot an .1 )Shoe Department Is second to
ione on thimmotlnent. From the cheap
-st Breun to the finest hnd muade goods.
l'he - nest complete and b.-st m~anaged
ArpeCt Department in the worild. Cloths,
aslmoresui and Jeans are bought by the
unse al sold at a very sall advancel
Lrown and4 Bleached RIhirtings sold at
'actorly prices. Flannels and Blankets at
iriceis that will *stonish.
WVe shall expoet an order from you or a
asll whten you visit Columabi
sep 30-3m
ESTA BLISH ED 1859.
9 1 XR flR 7') Y~. R8R RXnIrENc
IN' ?'IR W AAT'W1 A Nb CLoCK
Id l'SIXLSS.
N4EW 000D8.
01O.D andl sltew Waokeu.it(he very
hesi s inig keepers) bethi4 Gald Chains.
K 611 laacd Ch an. ang ai SIer limo
Tbai'ws, .hieh l *Itette. Also, tiresal
PieCllg g Ifgq~ou stlall &s
,rtplns. XA set of heahi ifa C kshu #l he
ma Vtest theme? IteAM' dene in a
kganlilemeer.Uaiia atlen gekrea
CRAIl. 4LL4,
-IM
BEIIAPPY I
Ii eeon4&iat ire of the low price of cot
ton and the ncaryity of money, I am do.
ternlued to asll my-entire stook of goods
at and below eos. In the courae of thirty
days I must have money to meet my obli.
gations ; hene, my roason-for offering anch
inducements. I will guarantee to
sell goods at as low figures as any
establishment in Charleaton or C'olumbin.
There is no heed for you to leave home to
parohae . your geod:. It is time and
money thrown away. Oua on we and I
will convince you that in spite of all
glowing advertisoments you can see, and
the baits thrown out to you, I sin still the
'LOW PRICES!
R. L DANNENBERG.
nov11
UT sRECE1VE
------.
Car Landt( White I 'rn.
1 C'ar Ljt ad FIlour--nillgen des
WV biite anid Siniokd Bacon an
Shul ders.
1Iio and Jaiva Coftive-"green
antd rose.
Syrups,
All1 gratdes of 8.G ARi..
[Lard in hibli., hal -bbla., Kegs
and caus.
Genuine Durham usoking To
bacco.
aprIl 10
SQ UI ER & C O.
ARE SELLING
DRY GOODS.
BOOTIS, SEIOE8,
FOR& CA.SH, THAN ANY
HOUSE IN
WINNSBO r a
All1 persona indebtaut to Jno. C. PquIe r
E'o., will find4 it to their Interest to Kettle
at once Take heed.
JNO. C. SQUIER & CO.
e pt 3(0
Chasrlotte, C'olnmnbin, & Aligust
Rall fload.
T Cof.vvata. J~tte to. 1P7A
IfE frllowin assenge'rtchedule
aft ' this 'late:
?xArx.-OOSso NoutE.
Leave Augusear- as 8.22 a .t.
"~ Columbila. 6, C., 1 08 a
** Wltinnsboro. 880 r .
SCheuuet, 8.06 y
Arrive as Charltrie. N. 0. 7 8:2 a
tUAIIx-Oean aevu
Leave Cbarlotte, N C,. es s80,
" Oheut er, 30 lf a
** Winhebr, 1 y p ,,.
" Columbja, 2.88 p ,m
Arrive at. August. a0 r o ai
JA8. AND)ER see Oen'l 'eugt.
A.PVOPE,
*e5, Psser sad Uleksi A gen
WDJIkSALE
persons de
siring to buy
Goods by the piece
a. twholesala prices
will 410 well~to call on '?
the undersigned be
fore purchasing else
where. They arO
prepared to supply
Town and .( ounitry
merchants with Die
Goods, Boots, & hoes,
Hats, H o s i er y,
L.adies and Gen1ts
furnishing G o o df s
Notions &c.
J. S. Elder & Co.
F11E undlersigneltd
(desires to inform his
friends that le car
still be found at the
old stand ready to
suply them with
C lo~ iuig,
Dyf Goods,
Boots
Izints &c.
le also has a large
stock of Planitat ion
and1( Faluity (ro
ceries, flagging a ndr
Ties, which he will
sell low f'or C AS h:
F. Elder. W
--o
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
ME for GUANO, WILL COM[E
FORWAR~D and SETTLE
WITHOUT DELAY
AS THEIR AC
CIOUNTh ARE
PAST
F. ELDER.
FRESH BUTTER.
200 pounds fresh mnoun tain But
ter at
- ct -F'-........-- -. ELDE R.
r eh goodl and Warranted to give atin.
Twenty cet per this all Iask for it.
A large and complete stook of of
haddlesn,
BlrIdles
and
lEarness, 9'
at lowest rates for CAtX
oct 14

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