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BY W. A. LEE AND HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14,1870. VOLUME XVIII?NO. 25.
I The Waving Banner of Health.
I A GREAT AND GOOD MEDICINE.
I Heinitsli's Queen's Delight
I Tho New Theory of Health.
I Tbe life of nil Flesh i3 Blood?Tho
I Health of all Life is Purity of
h Flesb?Without purity of
I Blood no Flfsh can bo
I free fiom Disease.
I HEINITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
| An antidote of Disease.
' ' - ? "RI-.J
The lire-it American Alterative auu t>;uuu
. For t!ie cure of all ihose Diseases
"\vbieh nujf be traeed to a vitiated
condition of the Blood.
The theory is that Wood is the Life of
of all Flesh, and if impure, the Life of oil
Disease. Life and Health is only to be
mHintiiined by the circulation of pure arte*
Such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Hepatic
Disorders, Inflamations, Fevers, Liver
Complaint, Consumption, King's Evil,
| Ctrburcles, Boilsj Itching Humor of the
! Skin, Erysipelas, Skin Diseases, Tetter,
li'iughness of the Skins Pimples, Blotches,
Paiu in the Bones, old Ulcers, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Sores, Indigestion, inflammation
of tbe Bladder and Kidneys, Pains in
the Back, General Debility, anil fur all
complaint* arising from deficient^ and
poverty of btaod.
Hienitsh's Queen's Delight
Is the Wonder of Modem Science.
No me^k-ine has attained encb a worldwide
repuiaiion as this justly celebrated
Its extraordinary healing powors are uttered
to by thousands, and every mail if.
reighted with letters bearing testimony to
ta excellent character and worth as a n>ed
cice Orders are coming in from all quartern,
and all bear unmistakable evidence of
iu great popularity. Bo sure and ask for
? HtmriTun'a olibiml'i! deLIQUT." And
Me that his Dame is on it.
Look out and avoid l>a?e imiUtiooa.
FISiJEK fc IIEINITSH,
Columbia, S. C.
For aale by *M Druggists.
Octol>er 20. 1SC9, 27?ly.
EOBERT WOOD & CO.,
RNAMENTAL IRON IMS.
GARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Cast.
Wrought Iron aud Wire Railings, Fount,niu3,
Vases, Veraudus, Settees, Arbors, Chairs,
. Spiral and straight, in every variety of patterns.
New and improved atvle# of IlayjKack?
*f.n?rar? Kt.*hle Fixtures. Stall Divisions, Ac.
PATENT WIKE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fcucing, ??c.
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
reference to above .lass of work, we are now
i>rw[ ar?4 to fill with prompt ness a!l orders for
et*nze Ci-6tings of Statuary, colossal, heroic,
and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IKON GOODS.
The largest assortment to b? found .in the
United States, al! vf which eie executed wi L
the express view <f p'e*:'g t'ie while
they combine all the ifqiiuites of beauty and
Purclnse.s may rely on hiving all a>*iels
cartfully boxiu nud shipped to tlie place
lieficps wilibe e<at to those who wish to
ie a Ice t?. selcclion.
May 2", 1870. 4?Gm.
MADE on Collou Shipped by the undersigned
iie6-sr?>LOAN & STGTNTOUS,Charleston
? W. C. COURTNEY & Co., ?'
? TRENI10LM <fe CO,,
? D. J. FOLY HRO. CO.. tiah.
" SMITH, DUNNING & WOODWAliD,
? AUSTELL, INMAN <fc CO., N. Y.
? llOJPKINS, DWIGHT & TROWBRIDGE,
And other s not mentioned.
WftrwonH. DnPrfi & Co.
al v* (i wm>j ??? ? w ?
Sept. 8, 1870, 20, tf
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
General Svtebistexdext's Okkicb,
Oolvmuia. S. C., July 25, 1K70.
ON" atfd nf.cr MONDAY, August 1st
the following Schedule will be ruu <l?i!y, Sur
day excepted. cfl'.pecting with N'ght 'J r.iine or
South Caroliua Ro.i?i, up and ( o?d, and wiili
Kight Train on Charlotte, uoiumoia ami Augusta
Road going Soutu :
Leave Columi-ia, 8.15 am
" Alston 9.S? a m
? I 1 1 oo . ^
newuerrj, ti.uu u m
A'five Abbeville, 8.00 p tn
44 Anderson. 4.30 pm
" Greeaville, 6.C0 p m
Leare Greenville, 7.00 a m
u Anderson, 7.30 a m
41 Abbeville, 9.f'0 a m
u Newbury, 12.17 n m
" A Istou, 2 30 a m
Arrive Columbia, 3.45 a m
J0?TN II. MORE,
> General 5nperiiitedeut.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores
Charleston f &G*>
Columloin, S. O.
JL A UiJi. AC- LVA
SUGAR ME HILLS
LIST GF PRICES,
3 Rollers 14 indies diameter $S5,0(
3 ? 12 ; " $75,01
3 M 10 M *G5,0<
2 * 14 ? =?;5,0(
2 " 12 M $50,0<
2 " 10 ? 840,0<
Above prices complete with frame
Without frame 810,00 less on eacl
SEVENTY GALLON BOILER
Delivered tt the Railroad Depot in
Steam Engine*, Boilers, Cotton Presses
Grist and Saw Mill Gearing1 of all kind;
to order. Ijon and BrasR Castings, or
ehort notice aud most leatanublo turns.
Gin Gearing constantly on hand of thf
9 feet ivheel and pinion, $30,0C
10 K " w " "S2.5(
11 M 44 14 " ?-35.0(
- " " ^ it i e f\(
J 2 M * - -
14 u ? <? "50.0<
With Bolts $G.50. Extra fur each set
Antifriction pl?t?a and Balls for Cot
i) Pre-s ? 10.00 and $12.00, p r set.
N. B. Terms Catb ou delivery, at R
I0HIT ENEIGHT, Ag't,
Abbeville C. H.
May 24,1SV0, 4?tf.
A. J. SALINAS,
Faster aM Coiiaission Merchant,
South Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
Liberal Advances Made on Cotlon
REFERFNCES: First National Bank, Pec
pie's Naional Ba:ik, C'iaH<-ston, b. (J.; -Messrs
Alilicr <fc Uubertsois, Abbeville.
Liberal Cash Advances will bi
made by us on Cotton consigned t<
Mr. A. J. Salinas.
Miller & Sobertson,
Abbeville, Sept. l(i, 1S70, Gin
For sale by
Mavs. Bannvell & Co.
Sept. 1G, 1870, 21?tf
"P^nfn n? OoTinlj Wirtar.M'n Tlcn'/
, MLiiLG 111 Odic!ll !?iiiuJiiiiii, jjooi
Settlement Nov. 8th, 1870.
ALL Persons indebted to tbe Estate ai
urged lo p'ompt payment; ibose ba'
ing demands ngaiott it must present tbei
before tbe above dale or be barred.
J. H. WIDEMAN,
S?pt. 9, 1870, 20, St
Mess Mackerel, Extra Kb. ]
EXTRA No. 2,
and Large No. 3 Mackere
in Blls., half BIls., quarter Blls., an
j Norwood, DuPre & Co.'s
| Sept. 23, 1870, 23?tf
KWLiu.i jmjLHbWJLi. i!uw-?|ww UAU? ., Bwrowanai^t
I mwwm IN FENCING.
i Saves its Cost in Land
J saved, and Facility
GREAT saving of timber can be made
of on v thing lb at will not break of
is own weight A rat may get through
It and a squirrel may climb over but all
other anitnaU may stay out. The wind
^ can not blow it down, needs very little
K'pair, and the timber will last longer than
iu any other known fence. The subscriber
1*3 ncrentfor Abbeville County and will sell
rights for plantations aud for townships.
Come up on Sale Day and for further parieulare
in regard tc? P. Davis' Improved
rateut Wire and Picket Fence, apply to
J. W. THOMAS,
Agect Abbeville, S. C.
' Family Knitting Machine.
Will be exhibited at Mr. BrazeaVs. This
machine speaks' for itself, an.l is destined
to revolutionize honsehol-1 industry. We
^ do not wish to tdmse tho time honored
needles, but must say that even for ordi
nary uso llieir day is at an end. Tins
3 great and cheap invention knits every
) tiling. Specimens of manufactured ar)
tides exhibited. Cali aod eco for your)
5 J. V. THOMAS, Agent.
April 15, 1SV0, 51?tf
Formerly tlio "Donald 'Mill."
qfllE MILL, long and favorably known
J[ H8 the MJU.N ALL) MILL, usw neen
purchased by u<, and we have repnired i*
thorough'??pimingio a ne.v and splendid
! SWUTTER (ilie finest that. is in use)?
' a NEW BOLTING CLOTH, together
wuh NEW MACHINERY, from (be
Waterwlieel lo Hie garret.
j This work Ins been done in r subslftn
lial and workmanlike niamic-r by the most
experienced arc! 8l.tli.nl Mill a lights iu the
I country, and w$ be'ievc ilie Mill now lobe
) in a belter condil:cu ihan il ever was in
j i's palmieM dnya.
j The old FiienJs and Customers of the
j Mill are resperifu'ly invited lo return to
the Mill ibat in days ulang syue ' served
Ihetn go w?ll and faithfully.
Mli. HUTOILSON, who baa bad
much experience as M'.ller, will have
clia'ge of the Mill, and will give his undivided
attention lo ihe wauls of tiiuir customers.
T 4 L. T7tr * \TC?
it/V^. t) nno,
July 29, 1870, 13, 4m
Improved Cotton Gins. ?
TOE subscriber pure-bared two years
ago. McLENDEN S PATENT IMPROVEMENT
TO COTTON GINS,
for the Conn.its of Abbeville, Edgefield,
and Newbeny; hoil in that lime bas sold
many of litem, and to tbe entire satisfaction
of bin patrons. Tbe improvement is
|* applied io l?i9 old gin nt :i trilling expense;
and wiib tb<se mnieii.d advnni;i?es?iliat.
it will ei-sible I tie Gin io gin from one?
fouiili io o^e-ibiid moio. and to pioduce
a cleaner and beUer lii?i. lie b;is nuruetJ
ons oei iificates fiota coiion 'planters to lids
effect, and alio Iroui cotton buyer*, stating
tbat lijo cotton fiom ibis Improved Gin
will command from one to one-a.batf cents
more per pound. Agents will be sent out,
. and tbe public patronage is solicited ir.
"i BSL. Reliable rnrenls wanletl.
; E. F. PARSES.
Callr^un's Mills, Augu t 12,1870, 10,lf
lusurc Your Property,
,: LIVERPOOL & LONDON
' Assets in GoM, $17,000,000,00
1, Losses adjusted promptly and paid
without deduction at the agency in
Charleston, S. C.
Apply to . '
W. H. PARKER. Agent,
e at Abbcvillo, S. C.
Hr 1. 10 1C*TA An IP
ry ouLiirua 10, loiujiti?n
I R S the season for Sowing "Wheat
J\ and otbcr small grains approach,
cs, to secure a full yield, every farmer
should supply hiroaolf with some
1, Fertilize*, and there is nono bettoi
, than the CAROLINA, which can
a bo had by applying to
Miller & Robertson.
Sept. 23, 1870, 23, tf
South Carolina?AblieTille County.
In Common Pleas.
Willis G. Harris. Ex'r, vs. G. A, Addisoo,
M. C. Taggart, and others.
Bill for Account, d'C.
J PURSUANT to order of Court in ibis case,
the creditors-of Elizabeth Harris, dee'd,
are hereby notified to p'?heut and piove their
demand* agaiust I he raid deceased before uie,
at my office, on r>r belt re the 12.th day of November
next, or be barred.
C C* P.
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co.,)
12th August, 1870, 8m J
M Caroliiia--Al)l3eville (My.
In Common Picas.
Patrick I J. Bradley and Mary Jane Dendy,
Ex'r and Ex't'x, vs. JoLri C. Vance,
E\'r, Htid others.
Bill to Sell Heal Estate, kc.
PURSUANT to order of Court in this case,
the creditors of Allen Vance, dee'd, are
hereby notified to present nml prove their demands
against the said deceased before me at
my office on or before the 12lh day of Jfo
vember next, or barred.
c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co., )
]2ili Aug., 1870, 8m J
MI Carolii-AMle Coitj.
I A* T\ 1
JL21 common ricas.
Mary Wilson, Ex'r, vs. James A. Reid,
Ex'r, Bank of Newberry, et. al.
Bill for Sale of Real Estate, Marshall
PURSUANT to Order of Court., in lliis caee,
the creditors of John It. Wilson, dee'd,
are hereby notified to present and prove their
demands against the said deceased before me,
?t my ofiice, ou or before the 12th day of November
next, or be barred,
C. C, P. I
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co., )
12th August, 1370, 3m f
M CaraliM-'AliteTill) Gouty.
In Common Fleas.
Equity Side. (
Tho3, C. Perrin, Ex'r, vs. Kitty C. Perrin,
et. al. r-^
Bill to Sell Real Estate, <tc.
"PURSUANT to late Order of Court in this
X case, the creditors of Jatccs M. Perrin,
dee'd, ar<- notified that tlie time for them to
present and prove I heir demand* ag.iiu?t said
deceased is extended until first day of January
next, by -which lime the demands must bo
proved, or creditors will be burred
0. C. P.
Clerk's Oflke, Abbeville Co., )
12th August, 1870, 5m J
Soil Carolina-AliMle Couaty.
In Common Pleas,
George W. Williams Co., vs. Sophrocia
A. Allen, aod others.
Bill foi\ Account, dsc.
I PURSUANT to Order of Court in this cose,
the creditors of GEORGE A. ALLEN,
dee'd, are hereby notified to preset pnd prove
their demands aguiust the 6uiJ deceased before
me, on or before ihe 12th d-iy? of November
ucxt, at uiy office, or be haired.
C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Abbeville Co., )
12th Augurl, 1870, 3m J
Sontb Carolina?AWieville County.
John A. Parllow vf. Phares C. Martin,
Tbos, Thomson, Adin'r, el. al.
Bill to Marshal Jsseln, Account, Relief,
aial Coll in Creditors.
PURSUANT to Order of Court in litis case,
The Creditors of the Estate of Phuiis
Martin, dec'd are hereby required to present
and prove their demands ogaiuet enid Estate
before me on or before ihe niuelef-utli of October
next, or bo bawd.
M ATT 11 ! 'W MnnnVATT) f! P P
Clerk's Office Abbeville C. II, )
l'Jih July, 1870, 3ui J
The State of South Carolina,
In the Common Picas?Equity Side.
Samuel Gilmer, Wai, H. Parker, et. a]., vs.
Job. T, Moore, Wrn. C. Moore, Ex'rs,
Bill for Account
PURSUANT to Order of Corrt, June Term,
lS7o* nil creditors of the Estate of JAMES
MOORE, deceased, are required to present
and piove their demand* before nie Dy 15th
October next, or be barred.
W. A. LEE,
Augns 20, 1570, 18, St
Coisistii of 2,700 Acres.
THIS is one of the most valuable
Plantations in Abboville which I
will Lease in parts or in the whole.
Call on me at my place near Abbeville
, JOHN A. CALHOUN.
Sept. 23, 1870, 22 _tf
. NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS
THOSE who owe usi for last yea'*,
wo expect to pay us out ot' the
. very first cotton got ready for mart
ket. "Wo havo obliged you, lot tho favor
bo returned by settling wilh ua
, Miller & Robertson.
Sept. 16,18T0, 21, tf
IN accordance -with tho proclam
tion ofllis Excellency, liOBER
Iv. SCOTT, Governor of South Car
lina, an Election will be held in Abb
ville County, S. C., 011 tho 19th day <
Octobcr, 1S70, (third Wednesday :
Octobcr) fur Governor, Lieutcnan
Governor, a member of Congress f<
tho Third Congressional District,
Senator, five members IIouso of Re
rcscntatives, a Judge of I'robat
three County Commissioners and
The Polls will bo opened at si
o'clock, a. m., and kept open until si
o'clock, p. m., at the following placi
and under llie following managers, 1
First?Abbeville C. II., iNo, 1, Pr
cinct. Managers?Robert Jones v
Samuel Johnson, c., John Brown,
Sccond?Abbeville C. II., A frier
School House, No. 2. Managers?1
II. Kusscl, w., Calyon Ward, c., Hoi
ry Titus, c.
Third?Calhoun's Mills Prccinc
Managers?John II. Ligon, w., Cha
Logan, c? Alfred Burton, c.
Fourth?Cokesbury Precinct, Mai
agcrs?W. B. Anderson, w., "NV"r
Moore, w? Matt "Wilson, c.
Fifth?Centrcville Precinct. Mai
agcrs?Bobert Gordon, w., Jam*
Itous, c? Harry Cunningham, c,
Sixth?Cedar Springs Prccinc
Managers?Samuel Jordan, w., Jam<
Whoiton. c., Jonrdon Wcidman, c.
Sevent h?Childs Cross Poads Pr
Manrifcrfi?Cain Devlin. <
Vi,,vw O ~ " - #
Sam Childs, c., Ben Cbilds, w.
Eight?Bradley's Mills' Prccind
Managers ?Oliver Sperce, w? Cpjfi
Calhoun, c., Louis Childs, c. Ninth?I)Wr\Vest
agers? A. C. Hawthorn, w., lienjami
Young,c., Harrison Brown, c. ?/*
Tenth?Greenwood Precinc^* Ma
far8otT7C^WasHmg.ton Poo, c.
Eleventh ? Long Cane Prccinc
Managers ?G-ftOj^e-Kit'Luis, JCp.
Xiriv?H?t?*w^Gc'frrgo Hawthorn, c.
Twelfth ? Donaldsvillo Precinc
T. Mitchell, c., rifnirP W
Thirteenth --Ninety-Six Precinc
Managers?J. JvTharp. w,, Pich'd 3
Valeutitie, cl^VVil1 win -Hoi land^jc^
M an ago rs?C. 13. G u (II !i^wM T. A. Su
V Fifteenth?irotvitrick's Mills Pr
cinct- Managers?P. C. llartio,, ^
Alexander Callnghan, c., Thomas I
Sixteenth?Whilo Hall Prccinc
Managers?E. L. Tolbort, w., Iversc
^ Seventeenth-Lownde6ville Precint
Managcrs-?Samucl Baker, w., Jam*
The Chairman of the Board of Mai
agers is empowered to administer I
persons offering to vote, an oath, th;
the}' arc qualified to vote at this clc
tion according to the Constitution <
ibis State, and that they have rot v<
ted during this election. The Man;
gcrs aforesaid have been appointed 1
hold said Election, and shall condu<
the same according to an "Act pro?
ding for tbo General Election, and tl
manner of conducting the same, aj
proved March 1st," 1870."
Managers of Elections arc requc?
cd to call at Col. E. L. Mann's office i
Abbeville, on or before the loth insl
to be qualified and to rcccivc instru
tions, blanks, books, &c.
E. L. MANN,
Octobcr 8,1870, 24 2t
On New York
TIIE subscriber is now selling Ne
York Exchange at'par. Pla
tors and merchants and all others d
siring to invest would do well to ea
Sept. 29,1S70, 30?tf
In the District Court
Of tho United Stales for Iho Distri
of South Carolina.
IN TIIE MATTER OP
J. T. JORDAN.?In Bankruptcy
At Yorkville, in the suid District, on t
1st day of Ocltbcr, 1S70.
NOTICE is hereby given that a I
lit ion has been filed in tho sa
Court, by J. T. JORDAN, of Abl
ville county, in said District, duly <]
clared a Bankrupt under tho Act
Congress, entitled "An*Act to Esta
lish a Uniform System of Bankiuj
r.,T +K?s-wi>rlirmh tlm TTnifod Sfntpe
Approved, 2d March, 1867, for a d
charge and certificate thereof, fro
all his debts and othor claims prov
bio under the said Act; and the 24
day of October, 1870, at 12 o'clock,!
is assigned for the hearing of the sarr
before W. I. Cla\v3on, ono of tho I!
gisters in Bankruptcy of said Com
at his ofTieo in Yorkvillc, South Car
lina, when and where tho credito
may attend, and shew cause, if ar
they havo, why tho prayer of thosa
Petition should not be granted.
LOUIS E. JOHNSON,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
By T. W. Clawsox,
October 8, 1S70, 21 3t
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given tbnt i
plication will be made at the next scs?i
of the Legislature, for a Charter of Incorpo;
tioiof iho Abbevillo AgriculturalSociety.
- October T, 1870. 8m
or We hai
If ALL A!
p". ' Which vi
28 WILL take Cotton at MarJz
[o friends soon wit
T. L. COL
Octobcr 7, 1S70, 24?4t
i Carpets, Oil
Rugs, Mats, Crumbs Cloths
is Lace Curtains, Cornices, B
t Damasks, Reps, Terrys, Cc
vo TITnrnon TTdir fllnfli anrl T
JO AULV1VVU) aS-Ai UliA f VAVWU MUM A
Picture Tassels, Cords and
?/ Wp.ll Papers, Borders, Pap
he cbovo new good3 of our own impo
W as in any bouse North or South.
I~j Our customers and the public are invite
Carpets made and laid promptly. OilC
? fiiade and put up, and all in the Upholster
~ James G. B
Also, o2 liirgeaad Select Stock ef
it. Choice Famflj Groce:
P. Wood and Willow W
t October 1, 1870, 24, 8m
? Ordinance Ee-enacl
1' and Amended Con
it cerning the Mark
T)E'lT ORDAlXEDbytho T
? Jj Council or ABBEVILLE,
all 13cef, ilntton, Pork or oUicr Bu
er's meat, brought for sale, within
,n corporate limits of Abbeville, shal
exposed for sale in tho Market H
of said town, and not elsewhere;
jS before mch meat shall be offered
sale, asigial by ringing tho bel
n. tho Mancet shall bo given, by
;0 person or persons licensed and aut
^ ized to sell such meat, and any
c. son or persons who shall disoboy
3f section, shall bo liable to bo fined!
a. And, bo it farther ordained
fli/> on(Knvtt.tr nfnrARaifl. that i
2t ccnso of Five Dollars per qun
[. shall bo paid by all butchers u
ie Stalls iu the Market houso.
p. This ordinance to take effect i
and after the first day of October 1
t. In Towh council this 24th day of
n tembciveightccn hundred .md sc
c" C. W. GUFFIN,
Sunt. 3(1 4R70 22-St
A ? - , ~
. In the District Court
- Of the United Slates for tho Dis
of South Carolina.
In ti1e matter op
T. J. McCilACKE^i?IiiBankru]
At Yorkville, in the snid District, o
e 1 ntdaijof October, 1S70.
NOTICE is hereby given tli
Petition lias been filed in
said Court by T. J. McCrackcn,.oi
w bcvillc cbunty, in said District,
?* declared a Bankrupt, under the A
?* Congress, entitled "Au "Act to E:
'! lish a Uniform System of Bankru
tlirouL'l!out the United States,"
proved, 2d March, 18G7, for a disch
_ aud certificate thereof, from all
debts and other claims provable u
C(. the said Act: and the 2-lth day o
tober, 187u, at 12 o'clock, M., is as
ed for the hearing of tho same, b<
\V. I. Clawson, one of tho Eegi
in Bankruptcy of said Court, ai
he office in Yorkvillo, South Care
when aud where the creditors ma
>o- tend, aud show cause, if any they 1
id why-tbc prayer of the said Pet
ic- should not bo granted.
[C. LOUIS E. JOIIXSON,
of U. S. Marshal as Messeng*
b- By T. W. Clawsox,
,t. Deputy Messenger.
i,? Oct 8, 1870, 21 St
??T?HTTV ABWV I /
i ill M
lo- <o? ?
0- XirErrAYE on hand and are
rs ifa ctiving.tho fbllo'.viug bi'zcj
>y ' R-io 14-18
lJ 10-1" \i~ii
12-20 . 22-30
? Parker & Lee
ire in Store our . . ? 1
/fT*. r**TK\ r> I
ot tiwra, ;
re Offer Low to ,
fmg Customers i
et price for all dues, hope to see our :
h the staple to settle up. <
ilfflAN & CO. j
' r ' ' r
viuiiiiO) ?uabbuig^ j
ands and Fins. ;
inter Tassels and Loops.
Nails, Piano and Table Covers. <
er Shades, Screens, &c.
rtation.ore now being opened, and will be sold aa low
d to call and examine them.
Ilotbs out and laid; Window shades bane; Curtains
ing line doao promptly by competent workmen, by (
ailie & Brother, i
rios, Plantation Supplies,
are, on onr lower floor.
;et. . ,
UNTO whom we have extended indulgence
during fhe Spring and Sum- j
own mer, to enable ibera to make their crops, <
that we would say, thai as tbe;r crops a/e |
itch- gathered we shall cxpect immediate pay?
the mcnl?, as our success for future operations ,
1 be will depend upon our customers raceling i
ooee tbeir liabilities promptly. i
and To al1 our friends who hare so liberally '
for supported us, we reiurn our sincere thanks J
1 of and bespeak for ourselves a cootioance of
tbc their favois the coming season,
nor. \T ,1 TV..T> ft.
|his lNorwouu, iwrru oo vju
Five Sept. 2, 1870, 20?ft !
^ NOTICE TO
SHIPPERS OF COTTON.
870. mUE subscriber is now receiving
Sep- j[ an^. shipping Consignments of
vcn- Cotton to the best New York Houses,
upon which ho is prepared to make
liberal advances. Planters may send
I on their coUon with tho assurance of
Lt. having their orders promptly attended
? t0' JOHN KNOX.
Jcpt. 30, 1870, 23?tf
.j Made on Cotton shipped through us
1 to the best lloosesin New York, Baltimore
, l'!? Norwood, DuPre & Co.
. Ab- '
duly Sept. 30, 1870, 23-tf
5 Slices, Hats,
nder CALICOS. AND HARDWARE,
si " just received, at
-P ' t . .
3 ?ro 'NORWOOD, DuPRE & CO.S'
c bia Sept, 30, 1870, 23?tf
IS Larfl, Floor, Meal, Grist, Motes.,
SYRUPS, COFFEE, :
cr' Sugar, Tea and Chocolate, ;
just received, and for sale, by 1
NORWOOD, DuPRE & CO.
Sept. 30, 1870. 23?tf
Mi Yeast Powders.
DH. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING
POWDERS, for sale, at
Trowbridge & Co.
Jano 10,1S70,7?tf ' J
Accurately and promptly.done
0. A. DOUGLAS. '
1 March 25,1870, 18?I2m i
It is now estimated that the English
crop of wheat will fait flhort of that1
of last year by nearly six millions of
A correspondent of the Church
Journal speaks of a noted" Episcopal
Church in New York, (St. Albans,)
tho proceedings at whicn are "hall
church, half joss-house."
-;Tl# year's cotton crop in Mississippi
jfromises to exceed anything
jver heard Of in the State since the
Simons crop of 1860, if, indeed, it
ioes not exceed the one of that year.
,A jSTcw York letter of Monday
says: "The money kings of Waft
itrcet to-day give up al) expectations'
)f peacc for the presont, and the
jorinan bankers do likewise. Gold
iccordingly, is on tho upward tack
Dr. Talmadge's now tabernacle, in
Brooklyn, N. x., was dedicated Sunlay.
The building is one story in ^
height, and nearly the shape of a half
moon, with sides elongated, and will
hold 5,000 people. One of its features
is the Boston Jubilee organ. At the
close of tbo services subscriptions
were called for, and $20,000 raised to * ..
diminish thfl nhnrnli Hnhf
A "Washington dispatch savs that r
the instructions to our new Minister \
to England, Senator Morton, do not c
differ from those given to Mr. Motley.
Negotiations must ba.concluded. m
Washington. , A
rural Englishwoman hadn brigbfc
idea when, finding herself unable tak
whip her husband, she shouted to hpr
3on, who was np stairs' in bed; "JipJi
come down stairs and lick the ffeyther,
or else he'll bo tho maister o* 'the
whole houso." ? ?
A Madrid dispatch says that Na$6Icon
will never again asccnd the throne
af Prance. nnd when neaofi is ennntn.
dcd between Prussia and France, that
the former will reward Saxony for hqc
aid in tbe war by placing the son of
tbe Xing of Saxony on tho Spanish
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