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" Tiroe months. - - 1.0
RATES OF ADVElUTISIN(.
One sq(uar6 one insertion $1.00. or
s'eh iblseqUent in-sertion 50(e. Obitui
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g ativertimoment . Libual discount iado
or sontract adverti.:ements.
Bill Heads, Letter HeadA, Envelopes
oskersJ,Cards, Tnvitations, Tick<t-4, &c.
I *^ly exeouted at this offic,--ClEAP
THE LATE FLORA TEMPLE.
A D1111,W1 SKE7TCIT OF I-Ell
A Subject or Int.erest to Very Many
People, and More EspecAily to tho
Flora Tem0lnplA,- the worbl-relminw
cd trotler. anid the fistest on ti
turf while shie wis inl itctive sport.
ing servce, died rocenilly
at the stock-farm. of her owner, Mr.
Aristides Welchi,- near Chestnuit
Hill. She wits folded in 1815, and
bred by Mr. Simuel WVelch, in
Oneida county, New York. fer
Riro was One-eyed Hunter. who was
by Kentucky Hiuntor, and- her dam
was Madimi Tomplo, who was got hy
t spotted Arabian horse owned, I L
that timo,- by Mr. Horace Terry,
and brought from Duch ess. county
Now York. When four years of
go Flora, boing regarded its willfull
and unsorvico:thln, wits w>h by her
owner, a Mr. Traoy, to Mr. William
H. Congdon, of Simyrna, or t.hirteen
dollars After passing through
several hands for remarkal sm5l
prices, she was purchiased for 8350
by Mr. Georgo E. Perrin, of New
York, and while with him she be.,
came it true stepper. Her first
regular appearance on the turf was
at the Union Course. Long Island,
in September, 1850, defoating i
'Whitehall and three others in 2.152,
2.55, 2.52, 2.59. In 1853 the most
important part of hor career beganl.
In her first race at Hunting Park,
Black Douglass flefent.ed her, hit:
she turned the tablo's in two sibse
quent races. Her only defoats
wore by Tacony, Black Douglass
and Gron Mountain Maid, but hor
victories included seven over
Tacony alone. The next year
Green Mountain Maid beat her
The gray mare Sontag defontedl
her in 1855, and she lpst a twen tv
mile heat against timen througih
casting a shoe. After dL'eatinig
Tfacony, Ethan Allen andl TLmteft, ini
her contests in the next two ye:mrs,
and havl~ing attined at 2.2.1. iecor'd.
Mr. William McD)onald, a wealthy
Baltimnorean, bought her for $8,000,
atnd thirteen victories crowned the
year's record. In 1859 she de
foated Ethan Allen and the great
Califor'nia mare Princess. The11
lat;ter won the second race, but
Flora never allowed her any other
revenge. In the race at Kalamazv/oo,
Mich.,. for $2,000, against Princess,
she mtade the astonishing timo for
those da'ys of 2. 19, and(atl
another victor'y over Princess antd
Ike Cooke,. and at the UJnion Course,
November 21, in harness, against
Geoirgo M. Patchen tinder saddle,
made 2.28 and 2.23, the thtirdl he(at
going to Patchen b)ecause the nmre
crossed hinm, The concluding heat
was run after dark, and al though
Flora won, it was not given to her.
The postponed raco for the next
dlay was not rimn. She defeated
Ethan Allen at Union Course, No
vemnber 24. Hoer victory in the
spring of 1860, over Patchen, at
Union CJourise, ini 2.21, 2 24, 2.214,
was said to be her best. Patchen
won the two-mile race at Union
Course, but she beat hiimi the 0on0
mile and two- mile races at Phila-.
deolhi, and again at Union Course,
and also defeated Brown Dick at
Fonda. August 28 she won a
$1,600 race over Patchen at Boston,
and also beat Ethuan Allen at
Kalamtooza, but failed to boeat
Dutchnmn's lime afterwards at Nowv
York. She then made a tour with
IPatchen. In 1861 Jchn Morgan
wvas the only compoetitor wvho offered,
and he was beaten in one mtile and
two anile races, the best time being
2.24). The government confiscated
her mi 1861, because of her owner's
secession sympathies, and hor~
trotting days were ended. McDon-.I
gRld died in 1864, and Mr. Welch, of
Obestnut .1ill, bought her for
$8,000, amid her last ,public appear-,~
ance was at Dubois' treek, when
General Grant review d"the great
trotters. Her hind les failing her
anon after, she wna hainnafr.1
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purposes of a Family P1ysic ;
and for curing Costivonosa, jaundice,
Indigostion, Foul Stomach Broath,
Hoadacho, Erytipolaus Iheuma
timn, Eruptions and SkIn Diseases,
lliliousncs, Dropsy, Tunora,
Wormns, Nouralgia; as at Dinl
nor Poll, for purifying the 31)od,
A ri t h lost
Worns, Nuragiellasectie su
aire 1r111d, but,
-4 - A. witlionlI, pa InI.
A Alitoul gell
-_____ t ie iuth leIr 01p
are still Ih niost. thorotigh :id senrell
Ilug cathartic medichne that cal be
emIIployed: cIV:IISleIng1 the sto11h an)d
bowels, anld evenl tllh blood. III sii
dIost-s of onec pill a da:y, thboy Alt.ilat e
the dligestive org:uns anid promnote vNg
AyEit's 11.1., have been known for
mnore thanl a (tIlnrter of, a cenittir.y, taud
have obtain1etd :a world-widle repil ttionl
for their virttes. Tel(3 correct, d1is
elsed action in l .he several assimiila
tive organs of the body, ld are so
conmpose<d that obstrictIlonls wvithinl
their ran-v (-,atnirrely withstand or
evade theiia. Not, (lly o they cure
the every-ti:1y, cotllhiilnts of every
body, blit. lso AIfrlidnabb! ald ialiger
Otis disvt:;es tlat have b:filed tlie best
of' litiitn skill. While they produce
powierfl'tl (l'eets, they :re, at the sainlo
tilino. tihe s:t'est, atit bt,st. pliysic for
chiitIreI. Iy thlei 'ir apiriei, action
ei.y grille III(h lt's 11:1i tihe 'coilinoin
piraie,ati vergive( p:jII we
t.he bovels :w-e not. ilill:nped. Tl'y
reach tile vilal iii ittiiis of' tihe blooti,
aind ste!it1wth sy-stvinl by frectll"g
it froin the eleinnts olW' wv:kiless.
Adhapted to all ages :anl itioditions
In 3 (Allcliates, collinlinling ne"iither
canlliel tior :any deleteriotis (lrti,
these Pills iay be taketi wIth saf'ety
by Nly(bodly. Their sugilr-conting pre
serves thin ever fresh antd nitkes
thet pletsant to take; while being
PlIlely vegetable, no harm ent airise
froin their use in any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytica Chemists.
BOLD BY ALL DnUGGIOTs ENEUVwIRtt.
WATERS'O CItE, T It ON 0.. 10-RAN
fc . f-<4 h n11.alst Ilwn-m lliullinl
fity.lea(Ind twrli'r4. inl ill
nf ever mnVl d11144. 11 limt.
to slop, wil-1h1t it a n111
- Jole I n-I iol w 11 nnd t
;::Il 1 ~1~Iv o l i i
nMJ ill OVtave-A #!f heCHN
tule(In in perfert hil
Owmv iiatn reed4s,
and41h1iee-le-t is 1nna.
A &SNA. O ItAL,
bI 01W Ili.1 I.
EF.iN XIM"lNNIAT. (01111E, CIIAIPEL,, -indi
COTT11A E OGl( AN-, ill Un1111e Frenc.4vi One
ses comiblne PU'It IT V f./ VOICINM . -ith grent
voi me ' toi h , it u ble 1,Pr Pnrlji'or? ('Ir tioreht.
WATERS' PIANOS, A t1m1
AlRi V liEST 15A IM; fteoe,Ton'h,
W orkmnll it III, ffp4 1n 11111lity Un*1!.11rIlass.%v
Pit ICES IXTit E.1l EIY 1.0W.r -etIsh.3F4nii
thly D DInmen rece'IveId. Instrletat" to
let uIiil p id f'or n#6 liev vonar et. A IbIheral
I Ei n to'lP I'* ..Ili in ist, r.,.'1 I.u t . -h l's, He.
to te rudIliev. 11 m.114 r 1e . Itlo ueM D 4 11f-ie.
secalnd-11unid Inta tenit CM."AT 11AH40
44AINS. H1OR1ACE WATIIS &: SONS,
ilaniifi't earers amil 1414nrs,
40 EAUNT 1 41tth S!T., UN ION SQUAlt V,N.Y,
THE BEST IHOUSEH~OLD OIL IN USE.
Warr'anted 150 Degrees Firo-Tost,
WATEI. ~.'wi'T IZI COLOR.
AI. ') 27I(Z FU1.kB TESTI.
4: hi s ('ertiti ctc-On,e of ..lanyj.
,6-'o r4.2I fI:r- c'a~i. oRAt:raonr
I i e,.n. e you4r "' Alait seculrity
eve.tIed in 0421 hotau.
a.':uhe lired bly
w'1 ',AMrn rl' IMPR"}
T to~ f'ollowing spedilie 1poin1ta of supe)
:3- ExceedinmgIy LIgla tRunu
4 -NIill DI uuning. NoiseIeux.
*-P5erfaornuas tall Var'Ieties o1
4--- fl3en nty of Fin Isa antd
*l-- E.AT' RtEDUCTIION UN
Single M~achines sent on order's dirct
from thea Factory, written gnarranitee with
WJ[Y PAY OLD RICEiSi
~frSond for circulars and p)articulars.
Thne Witney Mr'g. Co.,
jjhj17n.tjj .., jJ
CHARLW'STON, S. C.,
JO>J33E3JiJS C >
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
AlWA tE Cutlery, Or uin s, Said..
dlery, Bar Iron and Plow Steel, Cluctil
Agents for Soith Caroliia for the
(1l1brittl Far-mer's Friend Plows,1'01t,
t wo and three horn, tt rttudimd prices.
Liberal Ternis to the Trade.
Lari-ge assortment of Agricultural Im
plemni-t. A griv.ilt itral Steels a specialty.
Biu Tvn-g.es, 'Tnin Shoveln, Scooters,
weep.s i I eel Bolts &c.
State Agen(s 'Trctdegar Iiorso ancd mulo
Ae* All orders shall receive lrompt
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
oct 1-xfang oct ( Ce Charleston, 8. C.
.0O make a chango in our business we
will from this dato offrr our largo and
st'lected stock of goodls at a great reduc
tion, and a large part of then at and
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Clothing, Charlotlesvillo Cassimeres,
Iats, Cips, Boots and Shoes,
Alpacas Catshmeres and Dress Goo<;,
Kid aa Lisle Floves, Iosiery and
J. F. MVcaster & C
NEW WILLCOX & 01111S
Silent Sewincj Machine,
fLatest Invention, Producwing Marvelous
1Its surpa sing mnert. places it beyondt all com-.
Pettion1(1, a I nd makes It tie eaipest., not with
KIftamingit the large incitcengnentis offTered byv
setters of noisy53, lhard-runn iing, t,roublesome, twre
Only Maichine inl the WorlId with
Auotoilatic tFeaturyes, andl
withI no0 TIensionl to
Write by Postal Card for Price List, List
of Oflices, &c.
WILLCOX & UIJIIS S. MI. 0O
((Cor. lond St..) 658 Broadway, N. Y
W. G. ROCHIE,
MERICIIANT TAI LOR,
T.iIAS remnoved1 to the store next to the
p)ost-.ofico, whe ho will 1b0 glad to re
coive his friends and customers.
A full line of Samples will be kept On
hand. from which cuistomners may makoa
selections. lie now hast the finest line of
French and English goods over brought
to this market.
lie is also prepared to cut or to mnak
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
fO' Cleaning a spointy.
Thankful to the public for past patron
ago, ho 'solicits a continuance of the
samon , and guaran tees satisfaction.
SCIA 18 W. G. 1ROCHE._
20dozon English Tooth Brushei
n~a w. u. uxr=
Afived and to arrive, coi
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobos, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
- Desks, Towel-racks, Wash
stands, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
Stahds, Hat Rachs, Cout
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un.
V0 Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RUSTIC WINnow Su.&is, Low in Price, Durablo and Co nvcnient. The
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shade.
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture made to order.
I keep on hand a. full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
and Collins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
THE LATEST ARRIVALS I
AT LOWEST PRICES!
HAVE just returned from the narket, having selected one of the hand
soiest, largest, and best assorted stocks ever brought to this place, for
the especial benefit of the citizens of Fairfield, to which I respectfully
invite their attention.
To the Ladies who would have the pretiest styles of DRESSES,
GLOVES, LINGERIE, and the very daintiest SHOES
Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To the Gentlemen who would get the very latest and nobbiest suits of
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, BOOTS, and furnishing GOODS
Call on SOL. WOLFE.
To thoso who are in need of goods of .11 kinds, Notions in great
TABLE LINEN, HOMESPUNS, HOSIERY,
DOYLIES, CHECKS, BUTTONS,
TO WE LS, TICKING, HAMBURG EDGING,
BLANKETS, BLEACHING, VALISES and TRUNKS:
-THESE MAY BE FOUND AT
C tnint terf~l~ c I AM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
----O--..ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Watches. Clocks, - :d Silver SalStrhBain
Watch Chains, i-- - .., Ear
rings, Studs, i . andadTisBac,
Sleeve Buttoi -*, Plain
and Fancy Rings,
and Plated Se
8 p o o n s, TaeCan,Hread Ml
Rings, Goblets.Soe,AoGrseWht Vean
Cuups, .Butter Knives,
Butter Dishes, &c. Specta-- ICdrVngr
clos, Cutlery, Lamps, Lanterns,
Glass and Crockery Ware, Vases, Algdseierdwti
corporats,e andts Baly Nis
-ALSO-Tres Chs,Hse and M u lon
New Buckwheat Flour.
Machine Needles and Springs. Choice new crop New Orleans
wing Machines repaired, cleaned Mo%rsses.
d adjusted. New Mackerel in kits, j. and t.
ug 23 barrels.
Prepare for Christmas. _ D. R. FLENNIKIEN
r111 HE?ropriotor.of OUR HIOUSE begs F ts Ep l p y
.J.to iniormi his' customers and the
public generally that ho has the largest -OR
and bost stock of goods in his line in
town, consisting of :FALLNGSC E S
Otard. Dupu,y & Co.'s, Cognae Brandy, ~~AnT~ U1DN
P'ure 01(d Jamnajen Runm, Old Pear Holland by o'eMoNntLY ua oREDN. O HU-.'
Gin, Lynchburg Rtyc Whiskey, Lincoln lba(tet Intile ioW1T PIoWDERS; L1O OD
oeunty Rye Whiskey, Old Virginia XXx vince sufrers that those powders will do alU
Bhowod Pard en eh 'randly, Itee fy pyicinta ee bd tha
Peach and AI)1)1>l Brandy. N. C. Sweeat disease a s pe acl study and as to our knowledge
Mashi Corn Whisk ov, Stone Mountain thou~sainds1have boon lERiMANE~NTLY CUBED
Sour Mash Corn Whisl'ey. te prcur ud eese,.eir refatndI
ALSO, you al money odxpenyled. AU sufferers should
G. II. Mumm & Co.'s, Champagne. vinced oftheir euralv owet alsnd. 0-cn
WVines, Ales, Porter and Lager Boer. Price, for large -bo, p.00, or foiur boxes for
Tom and Jerry, Hot Seotoh &c. Presh 110.00, seat by mall to uny part of .the United
Osaters and fresh N. C. Perk Sausage pres da0 on od r e rls, o. y x
alwas oa hand. I1e eoef LEY, de &1 At4 n' BroBBN