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TERMS OF SUBSCIRIPTION.
Tri-Wookly One Year. -- -- - - $4.0
' 4 4 Sx-l10ntils. - - - - 2.0
"4 CAL ro n~ s. - - -1.0
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Ono square one insortion $1.00. For
each subsequent iunsertion 504. ObiLtua
rios and Tributos of itepect chargedl for
n advortisornonts. Liberal di.scount inade
or contract advortisoment.
Bill Heads, LottOr 1[leads, Envelopen
Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiok'. Ac.
neatly exoontod at, this ofnoe -CllEAP
0NE OF LIFI.V H ) 8M ADO W.
At eight o'clocc tho other morn
ing a Second stroet wife followed
her husband down to tho gato ta he
was starting for down town and
kindly said to him:
"William, you know how sadly I
need a blue bunting dross."
"Yes, dear," ho remarkod, "bnt,
you know how hard up I a1m. AN
soon as I can soo my way clo'r you
shall hafivo the dresstt, an11d t now lhat
to boot. Bo pationt, bo good, and
your reward sIMl bo great,."
Forty minutos aftor that, ho
emerged from a rostaurant with a
big baskot and a fishpolo, bouid
up the river. In the baskol, woro a
chioken, pioklon, oake, fruii., pio, and
a bottle of liquid of a rich color,
and ho was just lighting a twotfy.
cent cigar when liH wife camkie
" Whit I you hero !" ho exclamod.
"Yes, I wias going to market.
Whoro are you going-what'N in
"I WaH going to carry ,lii lisht
polo arouid to a friend on Jol1or
sOnl ILVnnlo," hke muodwstly aimworod.
"And ikht banktitd"
"This baNket-woll, I wa.9 goinlg
to tako it to (,ho orpatnll 11sylum11k its
a prosont to th t3hiilironl. [t. is a
donation of Nix loading ciLizomn."
"Williamn, I donl'! boliovo it,!"
"Sh1 Don't talk No loud!"
"William, I shkali tilk louder yell"
she Oxola1imtiod. "I'll bet youl aro
"Mary, have I ovor decoived you?
ho plaintively asked. "I tnever ha11ve!
A proof of my Ninceority you can
tako this baskot to tho amvlutm
'IAnd I'll do it!" sho promptly
repliod a she roliovod him of it.
"MNary hadn't you-- ?"
"No, sir, I hadn't! You'd better
hurry uip with thtat, fish-pole, as
the man may13 want it, aind be careto
ful how you ithmd around in
the hot sunk!,"
She left htim thtero. H( wiatchted
her take the car for homo1(, and theti
he rotiu'ned the isht-pole and cr'oss,
edl the stroot and said to ain no -
"TIomn, I'm stufferitng wi tik nutrail -
gia, anId the oxeurs'tion in off till next
week. Too bad, but we ennt never
toll wvhat a day may bring forth."
Thor'o was chicken antd pickles
and other good things on tho tablo
at dinner, but Ito nover smiled.
Even whenot his wife wished Alho wan
an orphan, if that was the way
they were fed, heo never betrayed
the gloom in his heart. It was only
when sihe handled him the bottle I'o
had so carefully tucked itnto theo
basket, and he sawv it labeled;
"Good for Little Children," that
"Mary, it is an awful thing for
a wife to got the imtpression that
her husband is a coldbloodod liar!"
"It must bo,'' she replied as Rite
took the other chicken log.-De
troit Free .Press.
Before 1752 the year in England
began on the 25th of March, but then
an act passed under King George
II. provtded that. it should comn
men01Ce on the 1st of January, and
that after the 3d of September, 1752,
the next enisning day should1( be
regarded as the 14th, thus dlropp)ing
out eleven days. The "old strio"
was settled by the Gregorian Calon-.
dar, but the "new stylo" by the Act
24 Geo. II., cap. 23. Th'e 11th of
February, old style, would there
fore be the ' 22d, now style.
The ohanige wrought sad htavoc
with the meaning of some Old
phrases, as, for instance, when it is
now said that "Marcht comess in
like a lion and goes out like a lamb"
reference is had to the olden time
when the end of March was the 12th
F'RUIT JARS I FRUIT JARS I
M ASON'S celebrated fruit Jara, with
Bloyds' Porcelain Lined Covers, forI
-HO 1 FOR -
r 1i.l1 first Iouser in town to reduei.
Whiskey to Un cornts i drink, loor
to five. cents at glass aril Billiards fiftrin
cent; per garne. IILavi ng a largo and wel
sele 4'ted lot of Puro Liqiaors on had of
wiich thI following ar a fow of tme
I'ure old Kit tuok y Pohotl)not, (CaIbinde.,
XXXX ai link er Ryo, hour Mwah Stole
Montaintii Corn, a s4fpecialty, Copac11e,
OnIlif'orniai, Ptiech and Appli*- iawlies.
Clitaanpag n, Si-herry ar1d Port Wines.
Cinciuniti fangor Doer always kept ol
ice, an1d all sorts of fCancy Iid cool drinm ksm
preparti in the most itasy miter itt
a pril 30 -4i J. 1). M At r4 Ty.
BARGAINS ! BAROAINS
JOlt hext twntIty dill*V- maV ho had111
.it the formeratore of So. Volfo. Till
beau Ii fid stock of
wile belbl vOw errdless ol'oost, is mloiney
mst bth e rise it .
july 30 .. 8, WTOLFN.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
whlichi is at
ilg tile 11air.
."faded or g ray
hair. is Soon
restored to its
origina color, with the goss and
freshness of' youth. Thin hair is
thickeled, fallintg hair chtecked, and
blldnIe(8s olten, thoutighi not always,
cured by its use. Not.hing Can1t Ie
store the hair where the follicles arc
destroyed, or the glaids atrophied
aid decayed. But such ts remain
can be saved for usefillness by this
application. Instead of lutling tihe
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it cleant and vigorots. Its
Occasioial uttse will prevent the hair
from tirnting gray or falling olf,
mid contseuently prevent baldness.
tstanices which maiike sotmet pt(lreara
tions dantigerons~ an insljifouts to
the hair, the Vigor c:mu only benefit
but not hiarin it. If wantited mer ely
nothing elIse can he found so desir
able0. Containing necither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cam
br'ic, and( yet lasts long oni the hair,
giving it a riach glossy lustre and a
Dr, J, C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
Praelical ai Anralytical Chemsts.
BOLD lIY ALL ItnU(101sT5 Eyiirtwa.i.
TOTAL ABSTINENCE SAVING WIME TILL IT
Thp-e isa curiouts story aboutt sonme native
witcihare extensively adsvertised nowa-.
days, anid have only recently been putt upon,
the market. D~r. Unederhill, the weli-knowns
gape-grower of Croton Point, died in 187r.
sme of his heirs entertained temperance
views of sutch extrcme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be made,
The grapes have sometimtes been sent to
market, and sometimes left to decay upon
the vines. It is only nowy that the other heirs
have sutcceeded in arranging for a settlenment
of the estate and the sale of the winies on
hand. Amion g these Is a wine of the vintage
of 1864, describ1 ed as a "Sweet Union Port,''
but suggesting the Imperial Tiokay more
than any other European wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of Atnerican
growth. Its purity, age and mellowness are
remarkable, and oth physicians and wine
fanciers have a special interest in It as the
oldest native wine now accessible in any con
siderable quantity. The whole stock is in the
hands of the wvellI-known wholesale grocery
house of the T1hurbers.-N, Y. Tribu,
Nov. z9, :;7. -
The above speaks for Itself, bitt we would
add that this is the pure jutice of thte grape,
neither druggsed, 1iqumrd nor watered ; that it
has been riptenedi and mellowed by age, and
for medicinal or sacramental purposes It Is
unsurpassed. It ean be obtained from most
of the leading Druggists throughout the
United States, and at wholesale from the
undersigned, who will forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on application.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER~ & CO.
West !3suadway, Reade anid Iucdsons Stret;
I CENTSIf von want to MAKE
fast, addresa FINLEY, HIAR Vi Y & CO,
Atlantat, Georgia. juna 15-ly
3RfY J. 11, B~A'rY'S "America" 5 conte
. gian. nt wil -l> Y..
BEST FAMILY S1
The "NEW AMERICAN" Is easily learned,
with less labor.than any other machine.
J. S. DOVEY, Manager, 64 N
fY" Save high bills by purclasin,
A NEW SU
lius-rwi( VINOW S.Avm, Low in 1'1
will nlever got, out of order, and will
Spring Bods, Picturo Frames, Pie
And Shinglos at Pr
Neatly dono at modorato Prit
I keecp O1 band a full supply of "
ald Collins of th flinest finish. Als,
Y cusomer kno tha I hve heret
the North anid Wet
I do not go b~ackwa1rds, but continually
neow styl'. I hi svo m11le ro inctilons in y
exl enIse to plac(e int yourl hants a p'ice3 Ii.'
1 re'spec't fully invite you to) call anid ex
Or-lers by mail will receive as muchcl att
It wonhbil maIIke th list o tooi largo~ to dl'0
Parlor Suits. D)ininjg 10 mn, (I line. Stanl
ri(s Ih)warf Libri'is, and 1hook Cases, mn
T1hankinig you for past favors, I renmin,
SWNo chargo for draya~ge or packing.
HATE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAT
--AND A CHCICE
O R D) E RS sent receive the same attetii
care is given to) paciking. cnd for ('a
The Patent Seli
Wilson of this City. set
i'atenied &ay iabb, IiSs.
01eoc, 5'75 Bros
3orner of Broad and Washington S~reets,
A UGURST A, G &.
[T AS been thoroughly renovated, re
ilmodledl and1( newly furnishted. It,
a located in the centre of' businecss
l'elegraphi Oflonu in the lIIottt bulildinig.
kBxpress O1)co in the same block. Post
)ftco only one bJbek of', All other pub
ic conveniences close at, hand.
*A-t The Oftco of the Hotel will be
>pen duriing the night, and guests will be
-eceeived or ci -lled at any hour.
WV W. MOO11E, Proprietor.
Rautes of Board, $2.00 per dlay
005 DozonCoats' C'otton for sale at
500 ceonts Per dozen, onsh.
Jnly 27 '3 . unMeM81Rn o.
AT Is TUN
QNLY SEWING MACIIINP4
WHICH Ud*1 A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Threat.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Runing,
A New and Smpile Device
Winding the Bobbin,
Without removing theSvp rz
the ISM":co %Vhdau th.
44% Unthreadlug tlaq
The Simplest, the Most Durabl%
and in every respect the
does not get out of order, and will do more work
Illustrated Circular furnished on application,
Charles Street, 33altheore, Ed.
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chamboi
Suites, Painted Cottago Suites
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Tonel-racks, Wash,
dandp, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
)tands, Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmuanship Uu
. 4 equaled.
-ice, Durablo and Convenient. They
last longer than any other Shades
tures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children't,
ices to Suit the Times.
!es. Furnituro made to order.
[etalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
, a cheap stock of Coffins.
>for led theI L F NlNTTUE trado of the
an bo purohausod as cheap fromii mo ats in'
raise the standard of any goods, and add
rices w horover possible, aund spa3red( no0
that willI hel p youu to ). prehia., ~;.'.ds. ,b
amino my stockad prices bef4)o p'ur- C
cnt ion as if givenl in person.
jhe and "c'>y all the diffeorent price~s of 11
ding. Pa rlor and L -dies' Desks, Secreta- 'I(
anll tuured by mii. r
yours resec f u~Ctlly,
;. V. DeGRAAF,
17); and 149. BdROAD STREET,
EFULLJY SELECTED STOCK OF
a as whien given in person; an~d special
-Acting Cow Milker M'fg Co.
teo ahul hlatv<*nr ft or wonderfu kru
a ud acbenhne ally cPla id, by Dr. W'hite an
free to any addres,.
OIEO. E. KING, P'resident. U
dway, New York.
J. 01endining, IN
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNalIoIO, 8. C.
3oots u~d Shoes
7rom Running over',
leerinE of o the iio "
ad Rtipping In the
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