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A Gentleman Definnd. SS^ar.l
;? "What is a gentleman?" aska't\u
interested exchange; As wo gra*"
living arid tiioVibg banian bein
hangs out at hotels, . tlml
hoso and fci'-' _ ?uar? cardinal
sport" nfltrio show them,
r.* dlmlnuLlvo Cane, bridges his
nasal ucnc?n-with .eye glasses hitched
to a string, ogles pretty girls on the
street or at the theater, bores editors
and other jjwenk livercd dyspeptics,
smokes the clear quid,, kinickkiniek
filler, with tissue paper wrapper, plays
billiards muchly, swears elegantly,
waltzes the ^Racket" divinely, talks
slicker than boiled grease, knows the
ropes, intimate with the kitchen me
chanic's, owes everybody, pays noth
irig, not even' atlenlion, and l'requent:
ly wrestles with thb existence Of a
mu?i.acjhe./.Tbp thorough bred always,
belongs to some club, lie is on or
uament to Himself.
Learn to be Short.
Long visits, long stories, long ex
hortations, long prayers, and long
editorials, adlrlom profit those Who
have to do with them. Life is shorv.
Time "Irs short. 'Moments lire precious.
Lqath to condense, nb) idgc and inten
sify. We can endure many an ache
and ill if.il is soon over while oven
pleasure.' grow insipid and pain incur
able, if they arc protracted beyond <!ic
ltmiteofreusori and convenience. Lfarii
to be short. Lop of branches ; stick to
the main facts in your case. If yon
speak tellyonr message and hold
your peace ; boil down two woid into
one, t and three into two. Always
learn to1 he short. ' ?' 1 '
It is the man with only one suit ol
cloths ami a small salary, my son.
who has to be polite and agreeable,
and a rigid, faultless observer of the
Hit idlest points and forms of cliqu'.'tlc,
The man worth S?O,OOo may trau p
on your corns, walk across yocr wife's
train and eat pie with a knife, and ii
is all right; his standing in society
isu't affected by it. But you?don't
you, on your present salary, attempt
to drink soup out of the side of your
plate, if you want to marry an heir
ess. You can't allotd to act that way
I would announce to the congrega
tion that, piolmbly by mistake, there
was left at the meeting-house this
morning a small cotton umbrella,
much damaged by time ami wear, and
of an exceedingly pale blue color ; in
tlic place whereof was taken a very
large bleck silk umbrella of great
beauty. Blunders of this sort, my
brethren, are getting a little too com
Akoulw J, Gillen, w ho shot and
killed Miss Singersou, a lady who re
fused to receive his attentions, in
New York a few days ago. \%as arres
ted on Frjday :.ul Cedar Kr,\k, F <
He immediately shot himself and
died in a few hours calling upon "Ma
ry" with'his lost breath, He was a
lawyer und seem lo have no other
f tult.lbun being insanely iu love.
A visit to Korljohn's ( heap Cash
Store at this time is really instruc
tive and remunerative. One has no
Idea how many bargains are to be
had until they go and sec fur them
selves. One pleasing feature in this
establishment is that they are not
pulfed up by their success, but every
one is willing nud anxious to show
you around and cell you low down foi
cash?for you must remember thai
Vie secret of Km ij din's success ha*
been the cash trade. He iimkis no
exceptions. Keeps no. slate. NY
memoiamlums lu/cash 'drawer, but
gives sledge htuijf?er bargains, in ex
change for-Uie/A jner can dollar, \V it i
alert, experienced buyer* i.f. fan
judgment, p.tick, uiidiiei' v and adili
ty, having fruliiniu-d command ol
thut one thing' that will buy tin
world, they me 'able to wutc.ii land
take advatdf^^ j of these [f f?e?dio
chances and oftur. io thcit om-tiurn i -
who arc hot alrnitl of the insane ir\
of auction goods, jobs, leaders am!
specialties well calculated Ui-iiusvllh
the bmin of the buyer on lin'ie at li.t?.
per cent, on goods'interest add-'!.
It injures no fabric todiivc ii i.hmygl
the giant engine of H. S, Marshal ate
assignee, the Sherill ami ilhi i t-liui
mart of the city. It pul i . mu
the price I'roJH si very liuh lo a Vi .
low figure. The - luck .ol ihivstoh
has been largely replenished dtirin
the week and they are now ptvpmc?
to meet tho demands of their* inanv
friends. In addition to the !..-...
stock they are jiow' opening tim foi
1 ?wing, which persons in the ?.i,uy
Wjuld do well to notice: S Ivor plat
e>t table an I ten hpuons, k dvc^ and
lo k?, window shades, l.-.dien (In $.<?
gi OiK, b i sln-cs, glaSsM urn. u ><l ?
usi-nd O.'icr ...i;gs. Give him a
-vTIONER AND CANDY MANUFACTURER,
OFFERS FOR SALE TUE LAUGEST ASSORTMENT|OF FINE
Fine Candies, wholesale^ and retail,
at but to inj prices.
FiXXJITS ^VlNr>: JNTJT?i>f nil descriptions always on hand]
ThcZonlv place where von can always fret?1
FRKSlIgKAISlNS, CURPANTS, CITRONS, DATES. FIGS.
CRACKERS AND (JAKES, DESSICATED COCONUt'Slantl
FANCY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
SPECIALTIES IN SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Largest assortment of such goods in town.,
FINE CIGARS, TO I
s ornamented for Weddings in the most exquisite style.
Steep.es and Ornaments made to order.1
and examine before buying elsewhere at BRIG OMAN'S OLD STAND.*
tingeburg, S. C., Sept. :i-tf
G an arid. Locksmith,
! and dealer in
( ruii#?"\T,is?tol? and.??eix?i'*al Ilaixhvnro,
i?R^NGER?RG. S. C.
I/"EE PS constantly on hand a !";?;! and complete slock of Guns and Pistols n
IC ?;v ry description, Pocke! Knives. Table Knives and Forks. Spoons. Scissors,
und in fact almost nuy^lhiiig^in tins Hardware lino. I make a specialty of Carpen
lcr?' Tobly. Fanning Implements-. Cooking Utensils. Fi.-hitig Tackle, Sporismcns'
Goods, s-uch a- Shot. Powder, Cm: wad*, etc., etc.; also
f i , lit
''THE LIGHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The l.esl and cheapest Machine manufactured.
The public are eordinllv Invited to examine my slock before purchasing as I am
determined not to be undersold. Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and
ilipatch. P. C. CANNON.
Orangebiirg. S. C, .Inn. 30. isso?lv
WHY THE LICHT-RUNNINC ''DOMESTIC" !S THE MOST
Popular Machine in Market.
This great popularity is due to its
plan of construction and a superiority
in ils material and workmanship. The
result, of those advantages Is a UNI
FORMLYSIKK KSSFUL PERFORM
ANCE in Hewing.,the value of which
cannot lie Lilly appreciated except by
experts in mechanism.
It possesses, however, numerous oth
er peculiarities that cannot fail to at
tract the notice and excite the admira
tion of all who investigate its merits.
Prominent 11111011?; them is the absence
of I'rietion. making It the LIGHTEST
RUNNING MACHINE in the world,
ami saving the strength and often the
health id* the operator. Its wonderful
simplicity renders its (rare the most
: tri lie ot labor; while its great size give.-.
; it a capacity for the largest garments.
1 us well as for the smallest"article. 11>
, strength will resist any strain to which
f it can be subjected, and withstand the
roughest ol usage, or the most con
tinuous wear without any repair*.
Recent in proveiumits have greatly en! aticcd its qualities, and its success in the
past is but Jin indication of Iis future. Ai d now made, with its Adjustable Conical
Healings. the Combi nation Fly-Wheel, the Self-Threading Shuttle, the Improved
Tension and Take-Up, the Ei largpd Dobbin, the Self-Setting Needle, anil the beau
tiful and durable built-up and bent-wood Cabinet Work it has a distinction and
rank far above thcordinarv Sewing machine of the dap.
'THE ??DOMESTIC" IS W A It It ANTED
To he made of the best material and in the nm-t thorough milliner; to do any and
all kinds of work that can be done on any machine : to be complete in every re
rtpect. and to be perfect In every part.
fcsf" Sixteen years in use ami not a single one can hi: found that is worn enough
to unlli it tor use. Forsaieby THEODORE KOHN.
A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY
For Iniornal and External Oaa,
Ii a SURE CURE for all the Diseases for which It Is rocommonded,
and 1$ ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE In tli3 handi of
ever; the ir.cst Inexperienced persons.
It is ft niirr nnil ?juleli remedy feir ?'OT'IJIIM, SOUK
TIIKOAT, < IMiM.S, ami hllnilnr trnilldca: ftffortkl intUmt relir/
ei ikr mott malignant jur-m of Dli'TITIIKKIA, an.I i- the best
known remedy for RHEUMATISM and NBURAIXilA.
THE OLDEST, BEST, AND MOST WIDELY KNOWN
FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
It ImM bom lifted \rllti *nrh -yronderful NncecM) In all
pirtt of ihr vorU for CRAMPS. C1IOI.KKA, DIAKUIHKA,
l>YHKNTRRV, ami nil IIOWEL COMPLAINTS, th.it a it
fontUttrtd an unfailing cum fur Ihrna <ff?f<nr?.
HAS STOOD THE TEST OF 40 YEARS' CONSTANT
USE IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.
It 1b It EL'OM M ENDEO by PhyHlcInnn, MlMM'onnrleii,
IlIliilHterri, RlnnnavrN of IMnnlntlou?, Woi-k-shopn, and
FnctortCA, Nurm-H III IIcw?i?tt?l??to eliort, by Everybody
everywhere, who hau < v?-r riv< 11 it ? trial.
IT IS WITHOUT a RiVAL AS A LINIMENT.
It pltmdd alwayH l*>.it*od for Pain 1? the llnck und Side,
and Mnyi uMieila ami yrmanrnt rriuf In nil cased of llruim-H,
Curs, viornliiwi Kevero ItiiriiH, Scald*., etc.
NO FAMILY < AN SAFELY BE WITHOUT IT. It wUI
. :. Ily rive many tiiiten Us cost in doctors' litlift, and its prtco
; it-., it wtHdn tin- rracli of all. n 1h Hold at 25c. 50o. and 81.00
:i '. oitlo.Mid can ba itbtniucd ft\t:i nil drn^-ditta.
S0$3, Providence, r. B,
Vi.lpvnev rind C'oi.m.sell??!'
i>'.:.\\bKill ':.'<.. ?. ''.
<Jlli.-f coviii r < ?.?!.!?; !;? ;? !? f> piarc ,;?jw.?
(jliiirdi smod. !'!?<? Ktinu lid?i y <.mih-<!
and occiijded In Win. M. ilutoon, Kt>'q.
Jim ? li.l ?sn- 11
Notico ol DitstiuiMHitl*
On l.V.li N ?voudH'V ?<?xl ! will lilt- mv
:it,... : i . Uli IM OtMl-diuil <i| K| y:i' ? I?.'
\. ( \ > I ii I'.?.!??.:?? Jim!? ?? < f ? i
...i . C .aiiM , iiltd liVli ?? i? ' U
.; ii. n . I). i.. UI.OVKU,
(.'???I Iii lllltil diuu.
'W. B. THOMPSON,]
( nor of
liiis.ifl! SJnici null IJ-illru-ul Avi'imo, |
I Mii i ?? !??? piiUiit! a ?Y< ? -? Ii i:U:(j frtot-k
DUV l ;< >?? ii >.:.
IL\l?i>,W Ali-K,. -.^
UWOI KI.'IKS. ?
* Sic &v.
Iii1 g iarantc< > -iUi>l.ic!ion lo all wliol
wi. I l'a\ or Ii im \\ tili a call.
W. E. THOMPSON,
.lui.c 11, isso?tf
is agent for the sale of the celebrated
BALD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY,
Hie purest brand in'the known world]
CALL! CALL! l.CALL!! 1
and sample for once hfyour lives a pure
It haspio equal. Also on band the cheap
est brands of.i
SMOKINGJ nnd;CHEWlNG TOBACCO
In the market.
A full liuc'of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the. Cheapest.
Give mcj'a call and be convinced that
this advertisement is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
At Midler's Old Stand.
How Watches are Made,
IT will ho apparent to any one who will
examine a boi.il> Gold Watch, that
aside from the necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious metallised, is need
ed only to stillen and hold the engraved
portions in place, and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so far as utili
ty and beaut v are concerned. In JAM KS
ROSS' PATEN rCOLD WATCH CASES
this waste of precious metal is overcome,
and tho samk 80mdity and stkkxgtii
produced at. from one-third to one-halt
of the usual cost of solid eases. The pro
cess is of the mo.itlslmple nature, as fol
lows: a plate of ulcklc composition met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, has
two plates of soi.ii> gold soldered uni
on each side. The three are then passed
between polished steel rollers, anil the
result is a strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from which the eases, hacks, cen
tres, bezels. &0.. are cut ami shaped by j
suitable dies anil formers. The gold in j
these eases is sufficiently thick to admit
of nil kinds of chasing, engraving and
enamelling; the engraved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and use without remov
ing i he gold.
THIS IS THE ONLY CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BY SPECIAL
For sale by all Jewelers. Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue, and to see warrant.
March 12. 18S0?ly
Cotton Gins I Presses
E still have the Agency for the
Old Reliable Wmship Gin,
Which we are prepared to furnish, either
with or without the Sell-Feeder and Con
Winship Patent Cotton Press
all of which arc
THE REST IN THE MARKET
and need no recommendation from us.
We are selling them under the guarantee
of the manufacturers, and at their prices
and terms; parties in need of Gins or
Presses will IIml it to their interest to call
and sec us. or send for Our Circular and
prices before placing their orders else
BULL & SGOVILL,
OR?NGEHUHG, S. C.
June 25th, 1880?(Jin
TAKE A i ERT1F1CATE
Mutual Endowment Assess
OF IS A L T I M OR E.
rJ"MllS scheme of Lifo Insurance is got
J. ten up by the best business men of
fJidtimorc as a mutual protection nmonj
its members. It is based upon purely
business principles him' is perfectly relia
ble, affording the safest anil cheapest plan
nil which lite rlsk? can he taken. Mr. J.
s. Alborgnttl represents tie- company for
this county and will Issue certificates
Ho invites examination and will h.
pleased (ogive- all information needed.!
April 2nd. 18S0 ?Ilm
J eunrnntee REiniSf F.fl'S
ikdian vEitMirrcae to
destroy nod expel Wurms
from the human body,
whero they exist, it used
according to the Ulrce.
tlons. It in a nnfo and re
FOR SAtE BY Att DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E, Foutz, Prop.
For sale by Dlt. J. G. WaNXAMAKKU.
NEW STORE! NEW STOCK !
Having erected anew and coinmoril
. oils Store oil the site of our Old
Stand, our facilities- for conducting the
Foreign and Domestic Fruit trade are
now unsurpassed in the Southern Couii
l.iy. The atteiitloii of our friedds, and
dealers generally, is called lo this fact,
and also .to our Irish supplies arriving
100 liairels Norlhern Apples,
?u boxes M es dun l.eiimi s
?J*) barrels mid half hat reis Pears
l.*> pkgs Delaware and Concord Grapes
ji.ii hurivl* E. I Jose Potatoes
?.'"> bai reis Onions
100 bairels Northern Cabbages.
Peaches and Grapes fresh every morn*
ug by Express. C. HART & CO.,
5?.*f>7 and 51) Market-street,
Sept 21? linos Charleston, S.
FOP. BOYS AND GIRLS.
This School opens on the First Monday
in September annually and continues
uninterruptedly until the laut Friday in
TEKMS PER MONTH.
First Grade, advanced English.$:i 00
Second Grade. Grammar pupils. 'i.fiO
Third Grade, beginners. 2.00
Latin and Greek, each extra. Go
Students may enter at any time during
the term, and are charged only troin date
of entrance. Assistance will be employ
ed if necessary.
Itoard may bo had with the Principal
at twelve dollars per month, including
lights and washing; or at eight dollars
when the student rocs home on Friday
and returns on Monday of each week.
Other good families will taks boarders
on same terms.
Students are prepared for the Sopho
more class of any college.
No intercourse allowed between hays
and girls. This is positive,
HUGO G.ISHEUIDAN. Principal.
JAMES CANNON, TAILOR,
Respectfully informs thc'public that he
has removed his Tailor Shop from the
Public Square to Mlddletoh Street oppo
site Mr. Strauss' residence, where all
work in his line will be neatly and promp
tly executed as heretofore. All new
??'nrk guaranteed. 3mo.
DO you suffer with headache?
O you feel dull and languid?
Does your appetite fail you?
Is your Liver out of order?
Have you a metalic taste in 3'our
Have you dyspepsia or indigestion?
If so, take
OK. LIVER CURE,
I And get immediate relief. It never fails.
I as hundreds will testily w ho have used it
i and have been henefuted. It is entirely
vegetable, certain in its effects, and abso
lutely harmless. One trial will convince
you." DOWIE & MOISK,
Charleston, S. C.
For Sale by Dr. J. O. Wunnaturkcr,
! Oraiigeblirg S. C. April 2.1?ti?; is.
A NEW STORE.
F. A. SCHIFFLEY,
(One door above Dr. Patrick's.)
J HEREBY INFORM MY FRIENDS
that I have on my own account, com
menced a Grocery Business?will keep
only the best goods, and sell cheap for
Cash, and an}* patronage bestowed will
be appreciated. Respectfully,
F, A. SCHIFFLEY,
OHANGFiUURG, S. C.
May 14, 1880 - 3m.
(Formerly McDowell House)
HEN DERSON VILLE, N. C,
HAVING purchased the McDowell
House, the undersigned begs leave
to inform the traveling public that he hat
furnished it throughout in modern style,
anil will endeavor to keep a tirst class
house. The proprietor will give bis per
sonal attention to Hie bouse, and do all
in his power to make quests comfortable.
The table will be supplied with the best
the market affords. Pohle and attentive
servants. Terms moderate.
A. J. DODAMEAD. Proprietor.
(Formerly of the Virginia House, Colum
bia. S. c.
.1. P. T'lACKAM, Clerk.
(Lille of the Columbia Hotel. Colum
bia. S. C. April 2d.J8.S0
'Attorney and Counsellor at Lav;
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
W 111 carts or proven: ni?en*e.
No Itonrj, will rile of Chi.ici.Hotb or Lcno Fh
V-n.lf KoiiO.*? Powder* nru lucd In time.
Kotitz-? Powder* wlllcnre unit prevent I too choi.kra
Fouu'b Powder* will prevent Oai-k? im Fowls.
Fouo.'k Powder* win Increase the quantity of milk
and cream twenty per cent., and make too butter firm
FoutiV Powders will euro or prevent almost ktbby
DlbKAHf to Whielt llOISOa and Cattle lire Fiibject.
Fovt?'s Powoacfl WILL at VI rUriarACTio:*.
DAVID 5. ?OSSK, eroprietor.
Forsale by Du. J. G. Wann a si arm,.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
On and after Nov lOtli. 1880, Pasam
ger Trains on this rend will run us fol
lows: (till further orders.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Columbia.*C 10 p ru
Arrive at. Camden.9 50 p ui
Leave Orangcburg .8 29 p m
Arrive at Charleston.*11 25 pin
Leave Charleston at.C 00 a m
Leave Oroiigeburg at.8 51 n ai
Leave Camden at.7 00am
Arrive at Columbia.11 10 a in
?Daily except Sundays.
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
Leave Columbia.5 10 s ni
Arrive at Camden.1 09 p in
Leave Orengeburg.10 05 am
Arrive at Charleston.2 00 p in
" Augusta.3 45 put
* Leave Charleston .5) 00 a in
Leave Augusta.7 55 a in
Leave Orangeburg.1 38 p iu
Arrive at Columbia.0 25 p m
* Passengers leaving Columbia or
Charleston on these trains have to change
cars at Brnnchville to reach Charleston
at 2 00 p m or Columbia at G 25 p in.
^ Night Express Train. .
Leave Columbia.0 3d p iu
Leave Orangeburg. 1 15 * ?l
Arrive at Augusta.8 .10 a in
Arrive at Charleston.7 30 a in
Leave Charleston.fl 00 p in
Leave Augusta.G00 p tn
Leave Orangeburg.2 37 a tn
Arrive at Columbia..>.G 11 a iu
The Night?)Exprcss will run dally.
Greenville Express and all other trains
run daily except Sundays. Sleeping
Cars are attached to Night Express.
Berths only 81 50 to Charleston or Au
gusta. These trains make connection*
at Charleston with New York and Balti
more Steamers on Wednesday* and Ski*
nrdays. also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Night
Express makes connections with 7 a in
train on S & C Railroad fnrSavumih and
Florida points. Connections made by
other trains at Augusta with trains from
and to that point, also with ull train*
from and to Charleston.
On Saturday und Sundays, round trip
tickets arc sold to and from all stations
at one tirsl-class fare for the round trip
good till Monday noon to return.
D. C. ALLEN,
Gen. Pass, ami T. Agt.
John B. Peck. Gen. Supr.
.1. G. PoSTEl.l., Agt Orangeburg.
J. DEE, ANDREWS
VW'OULD respectfully inform ijie cit-'
T T /.ens of Orangeburg that tie bas i l
charge the slock mid fixtures,?f Z. J.
King, at Wallace Camion's old stun I,
Main street, where he will he glad to net vo
his friends ami the public witli anyth? ig
in his line of trade. Everything fr eh
and pure and guaranteed to give sali- ac
tlOU. A lull line of goods kept COnM; otly
on hand.. Born ami raised in Orn ige
burg. I hope to teceive a liberal almraof
the patronage of my fellow citizen-.
?J. DEK ANDREWS.
BLACK liKltBY BRANDY at n'allard
Cannon's old stand.
Pure CORN and RYE Wl? ?kien 1 ?r.
sale at Wallace Cannon's old - .and.
For pure Chiiiupaiguc Layer Beer go
to Wallace Cannon's old ?tu id. Pain! ies
supplied by the dozen?go-als delivered
free of charge.
Seltzer Water, for dis: i rnn/r-mei t of
the bowels and kidneys, for sale l?W at
Wallace Cannon's old stai J.
The "Cotton Boll," the dliest f t teem
j Cigar in town, for sale al Wallas Cii?>?
nun's old stand. Don't foi ret it.
Soda Water, fresh, by t ie bottl \, at
Wallace Cannon's old stanu.
May ?S, 1SS0?ly
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PADt
Nkvsr Gxts Hahd.
Cam hb Madb AX1 Stuknotu Desman. faMV
Twice as Long.
Ciieuss WreA witiont Drcgslsg Iba ?jstsa?
Chiita and Vcvcr,
Sick 4 lerross
Thtae Pad* Oaro all Diseases by Absorption. No
Nozlnuc Pill?. Oils, or Poisonous Medicines are taken
Into Uie Stomach. Tho Pads are worn over the Pll
of tlio Stomach, covering the Great Nerve Centres,
al*o the Llrcr and 8tomach. A gentle Vegetable
Tonic is absorbed intothccirculntionof the Woodanq
T lrer.purtfjingUielMcod. stimulating the I.lvcrand
Kldo'-ys to healthy ac?on. and strengthening tho
Stomach to digest food. Pnicn or Pads 61 and W
bach. 8old st all I>?ugcisis, or sent by Mall
Manufactured at 80 k 41 No&Tll Libkety St*
Fi r Sale by
8. A. REEVES.
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S. 0.
We respectfully call the attention of
the farmers to our general stock
of GOODS anil solicit a call wheuevsi
hey visit St.Mattlm.v-j, A full and
fresh stock constantly in score._
?AA f\f\f\k pounds of SEED
OUU ,UUU t OTI'ON. for which
? 1 will pay one third of the market vuluo
of lint col ton and return seed.
Aug 27 GEO. IL CORNELSON.