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TERMS OF SUBB0RIPTION.
Tri-Weekly One Year. -_ -_ - - $4-0
** "6 SIX-months. 2.0
4of Thre ; months. - - - LO
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
One square one insertio-n ;R.00. For
*eh subse(qnent insertion 504. Obitua
rios and Tributes of Respect charged for
as aivertinemento. Liberal discount imade
or sontroat advertisenientV.
bill Heads, Letter Heads, EFnvelops
Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tioketm, &o.
neatly exeonted at this ofoe,-CIIEAP
TH B PARIS EXZOST ION.
The Ccommissioner of Agriculture
has published a circular, in which
be says : That in pursuance of the
authority vested in him by an act of
Congress, he has undertaken "to
collect and prepare, as far as practi
cable, and with as little delay as
possible, suitable specimens of the
agricultural productions of the sev
eral States and Teriitories of the
Union for exhibition at the Paris
Exhibition. He therefore proposes
to accept from any source specimens
of native fertilizing materials, of
vegetable products of every do
scription capable of ready preserva
tion and exhibition, and of materials
manufactured from such products.
They will include intermediate
products of the methods of manu
facture, which may be so arranged
as to show, as far as possible by
means of them, the processes in
volved. The classification of mate.
rials adopted by the department
is as follows :
Second-Raw products of the
States and territories, to be ar
ranged with special reference to the
locality of growth or production.
Third-Materials, raw and manus
factured, to be especially arranged
to illustrate the methols of utiliza,
tion and manufacture of agricultural
Fourth-Plans or methods of
farming, irrigation, fruit culture, &c.
Fifth-Working models of ma-.
chinery and apparatus employed in
the utilization of agricutural pro
Expenses of transportation to
Washington must be prepaid by
contributors, but for packages the
weight of which will not exceed the
limit allowed by law for mailable
matter (four pounds) the department
will furnish on application postage
to prepay expenses of transmission
through the mails. After the arrival
of goods at this point, the depart
ment will take entire charge of them
until their return to this conutry.
The exposition will be opened May
1, and it is therefore necessary that
all material for exhibition shall be
delivered here before March 3. Par
ties desiring to contribute material
should therefore communicate the
fact at once in order to avoid furth
Fran CDIURE.--AmerIean ent r
prise anid industry are continually
discovering and developing new
- channels of industry to increase
the income or add to the comfort
of the people. Of all the now fields
of enterprise, however, that have
-opened to our people in the last ten
or fifteen years, none promises
greater results than the artificial
p ropagation and culture of fish. A
few men at the North have been ex
perimienting in this branch of do
nmestic industry (I use the phrase
advisedly) for a number of years,
and have succeeded in reducing it
to a science so simple and plain
that any one of ordinary intelligence
can comprehend it, and it seems
that it would reqluire only a very
reasonable amount of skill to prac
tice its most delicate reanipulations,
and carry out successfully its mnost
iricate details. Any one possess,.
ing water privileges of almost any
kind can engage in the cultivation
of some variety of the finny tribe.
An almost stagnant pond may be
stocked with catfish t and it only
requires a apingD with an even tem
perature, and a flow of about one
and a half inches-square, to raise an
abun dance of the finest trout for
family use.--Planter andi Farmer
SEED, ONION SETS,
SEED, ' r0L VEil.
Uh ' worth of garden seedjust re
cved at reduocd prices ,for dash, at the
'K Drug Bioge of
.Fresh Arriva1s! T
J. 0. B3OAG'S,
O-n. 'T" e Co~r~en.o
F R='811 and warranted"arden 09o4e
at five cants 'er mp) hwlco sold
last year at 10 cents or 3 fo r centn.
Very best choice Sood an I eating Potatoes,
Family Flour, Meal, Grist, lauon,
Lard, Rice, Cigars, Tobacco, Can
dims, Assortmnutt of Fanoy
Cakes and r rackers,
Mackerel, Died Her.
rin c, Fancy
All of which will be sold as low as the
lowest tor cash.
The stock of Dry Goods, sue'i as Domes
ties, Cnlicoes, Dross Goods,
Shawls, Fur., .iilli
will be sold ver low to lear them out.
Call soon and see for yourselves.
You will always find a full line of
Notions, Bitins Trimmings, &c., and
Fancy Good._. %ept at tho
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
In fact yon can get almost anything
you wantt that is in the Grocery, Dry
Goods, Fancy Goods, Notion or Millinory
All knowing themselves indebted to
me will please come forward and settle
up at once, as this is a hard year and I
must-have money to carry on business.
fob 5 J. 0. BOAG.
WATERS' ORCHESTRION ammes ORGAN
mstvle and perfect ia tow
no0 ever aadc. ithap
thecelebrated Cone '
to mtop, wich 'Va n
Voice, and twvo and i'
half crtaves qf hell.
Stuned in perfect harms
anthelr ects mzng~
~VATES CL Irainm
ER,CEINTENNIAL. CIIIIIES, CIIAPELJ, and
COTTAGE ORIGANM, in Uniqaue Frencela-e
ses cosnbine PURITY of VOICING tofth great.
'volune qf tone autal frParlor or Chntehl.
WATER'PIAN rn % i#na
A R ETIIilTl~ STD the Tonte Teouem,
Vorknan sh l, and I arAblty Unsurpassed. .
PICICES EXTIIEMlELY' LOWfor censh.NMosne
lt unt pid fe ar conteact. A iberal ft
to the tradea.!llusrated Ontalognes mtailed.I
Meendntad Instrumteat. ait EAT BAt
GAINS. IllA WTR ido 5
Diana. ncturcht an5 D~ealers,
.40 EAST 14th sT.,UNION SQUAIR E,N.Yg
C.a a T koiSIL 1
THE BEST HOUSEHOLD 0OI. IN OI,,
Warranted 150 Degreet F~reaTt.
WATER WH~ITE IN COWMR.
WAL L NOT EMi O.
For Excelle21eo of 3Mgnui~tuare,
End4orse& by thel inranco omp1~ I
Reat this CGrt(cae-One M A(any
THnw~tin Frar ThIN~cI Co. of5IATIKTrM
lThuitiore Dec.. I'.l 187.--jlesra. U. flest d rne
- kncu'a tafiia ild<tle 'varieu a~l sou
mire in recomme~atid your Ad n8ccurity
(1" as theo,far aa beover used in our house.
talgnecd] A bREW REESE, Presidont,
U. WEST A SO1NS, Balthhemt.e,
Try it, and you will use nao o
Best is OIseapest
NEW WILLCOX & GWBiS
A UT 0 I T;,C
Silent S~ili $ clhites ~
Latest In Iliop singI~ flarvolons
and makes the wih
t4th large inducement oered by C
I jUtt~icmatvo, nda
S wth. #0 o'nhton'f
Wto by Pos~ ' C e
Tmis *tap4rd krticle is odm
pounded wlith the greasqt cae.
Its e0ets are as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores tray or faded hair to
its youthirl 'Coro%
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of gkeet
c6mfort,-and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, prevqkitIng lidnesse, and
making the hair grow thick and
As a dresing, nothing has b
found so effepttyal or desirable.-.
.A. A. 1layes, M. D.,- State s.
sayer ofMassachusetts, says, "The
constituents are pure, and barefIlly ,
selected for exelient qudlity; and
I consider it the l3EsT I'EPARATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant.preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any 9ther gn
desirable shad, to brown or blacic,
at discretion. It is ealy applied,
being in-one preparation, and quick
ly and effectually produces a per
manent color which will neither
rub nor wash off.
MAhafaotured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NAS!IUA, N. N.
axttbysu ang meoa, ad IDn a eaw.
P EAR L
No M Ag ts for lha
Ve guerantee the o ,ke made out
i the genurine Wamanitta. aMusid,
.nd the bosoms of the liest lineni
nd three ply', each' if being linen.
We warriat them to fit in every
artielar, or moniey refunded.
PRICE- $.00t EACM.
.J Don't sayr thiey'ire to cheap to
e good, but corge and see for your
MoMASTER & B3RIC .
AM RECEIV NG daily fresh
ugars, CoffeesGrn dt
ed, Tea, Flottr, QriM1 'Meal
Syrup1, . Molasses, Soap,
Soap, Starch, Bagging'
and TIeb/2Bn,1 l MUi18
qard.-in N~sa 'dans and NBdeltete
eed Oats Rye and a~e, le t~h
~*~h leise and 3id oos$
8n Bckwhat Flour.
eekto-neer Noe~w-Orhe s
eWA L'aH T O.1 a .
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SipLgqTi~p PTOCK0 F
93 3ELfA;CA ELX3WS
-'-AND A CHOIGE ASS6iINENT OF-....
-41 II10T T~ES.
0 % 4 8 petit roceive tite'sant4 at~iciiaf aH ',hen.given in p00so0; aud special
are is givo p packing, fprJ4$ao no.
VA- 44S CASIL -
TO1 TN UBIC.
Y Oaftoniera know that I havo'hoteto'oro led. the .BURNITURE trade of the
thi u tlu rlai a, seod g. $n. b3 purc havo-al as 10oL9p from mo as in
tho North An i 1 Wos.L.O'U . 1'
I.do Aot go bacwards, bttt oontnuall'y twase the atnudard of -my goods, and add
now stylo. [ Iia Ivn rI ra Iaatioit in prici* #1torover I'o54i o, and spared no
ex enseto place in your han t a pilco list thilt will Il yp. you to p4rohaso gouda.
I roootkulIy iuvito you. to, al and examino my stook and. prices before pur
oh asling eis Whoro.
Orders by-mail will 'rbcelto mis mitch Ittention as ifgiven in pomon.
ItWOiLti 1i0Mtho list too lar-go t,. desoribe and copy all time different prices of
larlor t8, Dining Ro 1U, 01'o4, Standing, Parloo-an'd L-%die' Deqks, Scoreta
riesj, JDworfLibraries, aind Book ascs,Maili, 'a-t.ured by nn-.
Thanking you for past favor 1 rewniu, yotit' respectfilly,'
GO V. DeGRAAF,
147, 1471 and 149, BROAD STREET,
. No charge for draysgeor packinF.,
THE LATEST. AR IVLSI
A' LOWEST PRICES!
'V - 0 -
HAVE just returned from thd market, having selected oie of the hand
soimestt lyrgrst,,and best assorted stooks ever hroui rh t ' plai
the especial benefit of the citizens . of Fairfid'd, t3 Ay c resplect for
invite their htterition. * y
To the Ladies who woifid havoa the pretic t stylop of DR] piES
.GLONVj QS, LINGE RIX, -and the very. dtaintieO OESL.OFE
LOTh ING, ftS U 'oy very te~t, 'and- n i>est suits of
Cr HOE ,.);WTSand fur PbingGOODSS.
Cull on 8OL. WOLFE.
To those who are in need of goodi pf 11 kinds, Notions in great
TABLE LINEN, 11OM:S0 t H1OS1RY,
DOYLIES, dHECKS, UTTONS
jOWELS, TIOKING, ' HAMBE G EDGING,
BLW ~TS, , BLEACHING;( VAMSES and TRUNKS:
H-EESE 4Y pF,1 OUN AT -
. * 1'. I. f t~.
>1 / Ar ~dand to arrive, con
(II I 1 tng ofW 9 Chamnbei
II ' . ran~edi C tfio Suites
Wa roes, Sideboards, Safes,
.1. (IL, 10b ases, Mirea~s, Tables
d ~ Becis 1 Cribs
1'i1', oI-I'cl5, Wash
sttihdi, libunges Sofas, Hall
thncs, '1H6- Raclks, Coat
slik'ai Wai~k anship Un..
a~,svohbightbilla b~r'purchasik-g -ATHOME, *1 -
4 NEWV SPrILY 0
Ro-r-n ias Low in rilce, Duratbld and, OonMii ent.
will never, getlout of dobder, and 'wUl last longer thanm aay uther Shade!
V '-MATTRESSES, -,
*Spritng 'Be, Pibtureo F~iranos/ ft'ides, EseketV Mirtc br, Children'a
n~ge..I :V - .'
:) --------bUMBER e
lW VI': (And>'Shinlkles 'Mt lrided fo Stdt thetkiife
.a onlii '1PAIRHNd',' t
Neatlydono at modotePrices. Fihreiture mddo o der.
,cpon hand a full suppl of 'Metalie: an Io ' ga C ses
an ~t~ni of the Ainost finish Also, a cheap stock' ns.
n alltI ii I'EO. IB IERWA D
R$ji onde ( be a lAYI ) - v the af
foihis frie 9d1' . e itheds, .Morngdmist and W
Sgen~ 1asr removed to duc f~ is,
thate cmmodious and centrally. located Mer~Ai ~3Maptyi-hougy
4th ruierly occupied by :U5thlI4 [e10 e s. go laa-go
<g ' o V, .4Po~ *t aO.harleston for Sitite ILine.
V)Vof* L ,.f.eMqy.i dlIVin lc 'lMld to I N~. ao jio dA i~mm
IHighest Prc# 45Of4 IME.9!noq . .. Mo~s