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Wodneday, 1ay, 16, 18'2.
The GreenviMle Mountaineer.
This time-honored and esteemed paper
rnakes its appearance in a new dress
pleasing to the eye and creditable to its
worthy proprietor. It is pleasant to note
such changes and improvements as they
indicate success. May its list of paying
subscribers increase and multiply.
The Temperance Advoate.
We notice with pleasure the eniarged
and otherwise improved appearance of
the Temperance .Advocate. -Divisions
are being formed over the whole State,
and the accessions to the ranks of the
Temperance army are growing larger
every day. The enterprising and intel
ligent editor and proprietor appreciating
the necessity and iuportance of keeping
pace with the advance, comes out this
week with a bolder front in size and gen
eral looks. We wish both the Advocate
and the noble cause it represents success.
The third session of this body con.
venes at St. Louis, Mo., on Monday, May
27th, under the auspices of the St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechanical Association.
Delegates are being appointed. in all
sections of the country, and the pros
pects for a full attendance and an in
teresting meeting, are most flattering.
Societies in every department of agri
culture are entitled to send delegates up.
on a basis of one for each fifty of its
The Secretary, Mr. Chas. W. Greene,
of Jackson, Tenn., will furnish any in.
formation desired. We would advise
our local societies to be represented.
The Southern Lutheran General Synod,
Composed of one delegate, clerical and
lay,for every six members of each Synod,
convened in Archdale-street Church,
Charleston, last Thursday.
South Carolina is represented bv Revs.
W. Berley, J. A. Sligh, J. D. Shirey, P.
Derrick and Dr. A. R. Rude. Lay Dele
gates-W. W.*Houseal, J. 11. Honour,
M. D., J. L. Derrick. W. Haltiwanger.
Synod was opened with communion,
and other appropriate services. The re
port of tbe President was read by Rev.
T. W. Dosh.
The election for permanent officers of
Synod resulted as follows : Rev. S. A.
Repass, Chairmar ; G. M. Beltzhoover,
Secretary ; Wni. flaltiranger, Treas.
The Eighty-second Annual Conven
tion of the Diocese of South Carolina as
stmbled in Ch.areston Thursday last and
was duly organized.
Rev. J. D. McCollough was elected
Secretary, and Mr. R. Horry Frost,Treas.
Rev. A. Toomer Porter was appointed
preacher to the next Convention, and
Rey. W. 0. Prentiss, Alternate.
The report of the Standing Committee,
in which, touching reference is bad to
the death of Bishop Davis and the Rev.
C. P. Gadsden, closes with the following
admission : "The Committee close their
sad record with one grave fact. They
have not received one candidate for or
ders during the past year. They com
mend this solemn fact to the conscience
of the Church".
Legislators cut of Punds.
With an eye to business the General
Assembly adjourned only on -a recess,
and now a call is being made for another
session,on thne plea that the public finances
need looking into, or rather after. What
good can possibly comen of an extra ses
sion, no one outside of the delectable
body of legislators can see. The only
solution is that they are out of funds
themselves-the pdiblic interest is not in
all their thoaghts --and they hope not
only to devise some ways and means to
recover something on their back due cer
titicates, but at the same time increase
the chance for e. bigger -dig into the
Treasury' whenever it is in fu:nd.<. Six
dollars a day and mileage is a good thing
as they know, and remembering the old
song, "when you get a good thing, save
it," they follow it out to the letter. There
is nro earzhiy use for an extra session, no
more use for it than a coach has for a
Mventures of Five Liber-al Empublicans.
Five Liberal colored Republicans pas
sed through Fredericksburg en route to
the Cincinnati Convention. They were
very '-liberal" at the depot, treating
promiscuoua'y. Free drinks, &c., for all
their friends. These darkies were much
"up-lifted," and felt themselves and the
importance of their mission and position
-and the whiskey also.
Alas! to relate. When they got to
Wasrhington some "mean, poor white
Grnt'ggrs ent for them, and "got
themand adethem drunk, and puzt
thre injail' Af-urth "deiegrte," min
us his money and thnrough ticket, return,
ed to Richmond on Monday night, won
dlering "w hat that ge-ntlemnan would say
wh o ;;ive himt the through ticket and
Grant has the colored folks in worse
slavery than they ever were before. They
dare r.ot vote against Grant.
F: edericksbuorg News.
Indeed he ha-s and it is time they were
"going" for him, or against him, to make
Grant first and the carpet baggers next
and the devil take thne hindmost the
colored people. That is the game.
A Monel-n Claude DuvanI.
The Edgefield Advertiser says:
Captain C. V. HIhmilton, whose r.ame
is so notorious i:n Edgeed, andl who
married into -one of the best families on
Stiuda was tried ten days ago, at Thiom
son, Ga-, foundl guilty, and sentenced to
tea years ini the S:ate penitentiary. 2The
publie will remember his; arrest, and that
of his accomplices, some two months
back. It see:ns he was the head of a
regular band of banditti, who robbed and
p,iiaged an,d tuurdere-d without mercy
nd without restraint.-ts tiro lead
ing accomplices, Willi: and Long,
pladedai.iit" ad e ?hn ta.; seen'tccd
to iice years in the p,nitcnti3ry. Willis
t.ld thje whole tale straight out from
beginrdng to end. And a dark, stirring,
a-nd startling tale it is. flailton, who
is in appearance, dress,;manners, &c., an
intelligent and polished ;;entleman, is
now in jail in Augusta, preparatory to
being taken to the peniterdiiry. Thom
son is the county seat of a new county,
and has, as yet, no jail.
Did we collect al! that has been writ
ten and expressed North, South, East
and West, gatulatury of the nomination
made by the Cincinnati Convention, and
then had the ability and ti:me to con
dense the pith, our limited space would
not near suffice. The satisfaction is
wide spread, and every day only in
creases the conviction that the selections
made are the best. The radical extri m
ists nttempted to make a joke of it at
first, bu' they now see that it is a serious
matter and one which gives them much
concern, and tl.r hope now is that the
Democratic Convention, soon to conven,
will not endorse this nomination but
make another. This is their orly hope.
Should their hopes not be realized we do
not believe their is a ghost of a chance
for Grant. Full well do they know this,
and he.tven and earth would be moved,
if that were possible, by the office hold
ers to bring about so desirable a con
summation. But we can hardly believe
that the Democratic Convention, with
the lights before it and the expression
of sincere sympathy and hope being de
veloped afl over the land, v ill con:mnit
such an act. The hope and cheer, the
advice and caution, deep, wide-spread
and sincere should be heeded, and it is
hoped they will be. We honestly be
lieve that the hope of the oppressed
South lies in the election of Mr. Greeley,
and that he will be elected if no such un
fortunate contretemps is made. While
on the other hand, if Grant is re-elected
there will be another four years of op
pression and robbery. With the as
sumption of governmental authority by
Mr. Greeley, a stop will at once be put
to knavery in high places, and the blight
of carpet-baggery. There will be a com
plete cleaning out of the Augean Stables.
g light is at last breaking thr:ugh the
darkness which has so long enveloped
us. We believe, too, that this sentiment
is in accord with the entire press of this
State, with the exception, of course, of
the itepublican papers, and is entertained
by all who desire an honest adininstra
tion, and the peace, quiet and prcsperity
which is sure to follow.
The Game Laws
Among the laws published in this is
sue will be found one for "the preserva
tion arid protection of useful animals."
The following relates to the deer, more
or less plenty in portions of the State:
"That it shall not be lawful for any
person in this Sta.te to kill any deer, or
worry them with dogs, or etherAise,
with the intention of destroying them,
Ibetween the 1st day of January and the
1st day of September, in any year here
Any person convicted of a violation of
this act to be fined or imprisoned. The
fine recoverable before any court of corn
petent jur-isdiction. One half to go to
the informer,the other half to the county
Those having in their possession yen
ison or fresh deer skins within the dates
above specitied, to be liable to the same
penalty ; in either case not less thtan
twenty dollars, or twenty days impris
Betw'een 15th February and 15th Oc
tober, the wild turkey, partridge, dove,
wood-cock, snipe and pheasant are not
to be disturbed. Penalty not less tban
half that relating to the deer. Half to
informer and other ha.lf to school fund.
All insect and vermicular subsisting~
birds, both great and small, and of every
family with their eggs and young ones,
which are regarded as harmnless and
whose flesh is unfit for food, are pro
tected from destruction : included among
wvhich are the lark, the robin and the
whip poor-will. War is allowed upon
the birds of prey. It is provbided that
no person shall be prevented from pro
tecti::g any crop of fruit or grain on his
Iown lands f-rm the depredations of any
birds intetided to be protected. S:> the
lark's exem ption won't anmunt to much.
We are plieased that robin red-breast
and the r/inp poor-will are protected, the
latter of which, the genuine whip-poor
will, is fast disappearing.
Game laws are hiumane, just and salu
tary. Every country should have its
game laws. All things being equal they
subserve tnanry good pur poses. By them
youth is restrained from much of heart
l-ssness; while the benefits resulting to
fruit and vegetation by the insect de
stroying hirds are incalculable. And
then in due season game is abundant.
All things being equal, the gamre law
is a good piece of legislation ; but as
every second colored man has a dog and
a gun, and an amnbition for their use,
it is likely they will go on "wid de ball"
with none to make them afraid of floe oi
imprisonument. We would advise every
person who has a lark or a shark to
shcot, n ot only to take the scalp af the
animal, but to use a gun that registers it
.shots. As one half tihe fine goes to the
informer, the tally will doubtless save
an occasional V or XX.
CONTEMPT OF Cofr:.--A few evenings
Iago, while Judge Graham was holdirng
the Circuit Court at Oran:geburg, Solici
tor E. B. Seabrook became so offcnsire
in his language that Judge Gaham feit
compelled to comm:it him to jail for con.
tempt of court. Hie remained in dur
ance for twenty-four hours, we learn
and at the expiration of that time, upon
his refusal to purge himself of the con
tempt, Judge Graham suspended him
from the list of attorneys. The appoint
ment yesterday of Gen. Whip;.er by
Judge Lee as solietor of the Inferior
C-o-rt, is understood to be a result of
Ur. Sehrank's senpoion -Charlanno
The Palmetto Orphan Home.
o tie Citizens of South Carolina:
My coutintrymer, it is with gatitude
'hat I am able to atmource that the Pal
metto Orphan Howe has opened v.ith
ncouraging prospects. It is located in
0olumbia, but designed for the whole
State. It is not under control of any
lenonination, but intended for all. A
Board of Trustees willsoon be announced,
,onsisting of practical business gentle- I
nern. It is desired to obtain a suitable
ot on which to begin to build cheap
iut convenient houses for the orphans.
yhose wi.,) have come in are in No. 26,
Hur!eyville, under the care of the Matron,
Mrs. N. M. Lvnes, of Charle.mon, who
aas, for years, connected with the
Drphan Asylum oi that city. She %%ill
take pleasure in seeing the friends of the
Drphans, especially the ladies of Colum
bia at the "liime.
The orphans are to be supported by
Free will donraticns. People, all over the
State, are responding to the call for help
it this noble wrk. I have just received
a contribution of i; fom Galifornia; and
a pledge of $25'0 from a gentluma in
Bo.ton, Massachusetts. Surely, if peo
p!e so far a.xay are so r(adv to help us
take care of our poor or phans in South
Carolina, no one of us should faii to do
his whole duty. I can briig into tihe
Iom-, vey soon, not less than fifty
very d-stitute orphan -.
The book fo;r subscription is open at
the :ffice of the Working Christian,
where I shall be happy to confer with
friends concernirg this matter. Any
thing addressed to "P)almetto Orphan
Home." care of Working Christian,
Columbia, S. C.. wi:1 received promapt at
- Papers in So,uth Carolina and
elsewhere please copy.
TILMAN R. GAINES.
Columbia, S. C., May 9th, 1872.
'he Ku Klux Cases in the Supreme Court.
The Washington correspondeot of the
Charleston Courier, under date of May
Tie United St-tes Supreme Court will,
it is said, render a decision in one of1 the
caseq from South Carolina, known as the
Ku Klux cases on Monday next. Several
of the appeals brought in this class of
cases have been dismissed as not properly i
brought. But in a call arising under a
Wiit of ifabeas Gorpus, tie application to
the Supreme Court is sustained, and the
Court wil! render judgment in such case,
nd the impressionl is that the Court will
Jeuide that the suspension of the writ of
Habeas Corpus isillegal. The Court will
lso decide, it is thought, that the regula
tion of the elections, and deterirnilring
xh, shall vote, belongs to the States, by
vir te of the Fourteenth Amendnit of
Should the Court rendhr such de
isions, a conflict %iill arise between it
md Congress, and the latter will attempt
he abolition or mo-ication of the
"ourt, as has been repeatedly threatened
>y leadirng Radical Senators. That
ome difbfcjlty with the Court prior
o the Pre,idential election was an
icipated by tie suppirters ofGeneral
rant, could be seen by the assault
which General Sickles made upon the
jourt in his speech at the great rally of
he Gratnt mren recently at the Cooper
[stituite in New York.
Unless thre Radical Rkpublican party
de beaten at tire November election, tire
Unitedl States Suprerme Court will be
lotte away with, or rendered subservient
to the interest of a Raidical Congress.
The Chicago Tinnes of tire 20th gives
tn interesting account of what hais been
June up to this timne towards rebuildinrg
te burnt district of that eitv. Fromr
this str.tement we gather that tire work
f reconstrutioin is progressing n ith
;reat energy. Tire number of men em-.
ployed int the various brranchies of in.
Justry connected with Lire building of
rou.ses is rapidly arnd constantly inr
reaeinrg, and withinr a mionth m,,re it is
pite probable that rat lea.st two or thrreej
imres as many men as are now employed!
wili be at work. Up to this tirme three
niies of bui'lings iate been com
~leted in the S->utlr Divi%on upon tire
:or th and south streets, arid the buildings
n progress are ahcadly erected on
:e east ar.d west streets fronitage in
lude nearly as nmuchI space. Near
y all the structures erected corn
>rise first class buildings-iron and
arick, and iron, brick, aind sandstone
predomi natinmg in their materials. Many
urndsorne irrarble buildings hrave been
rected. Besides this, there arc at least
temporary woodenr buildings constructcdj
:qural in extent to anrothrer mrile. In nine
principal streets, iniclmriing State, Dear
porn, C;ark, anid L-:. Salle streets, and
Wbashr and Michrigan aivenues, 6,977
auildinrgs are completed, 2,756 are halfI
nshed, anrd 4,883 have heen begun.
L'ontinued advance:; in the prices of
real es'ate are also nioteri, anid there is a!
!arge demand for cheap lots in suburban
points in the more remote parts-of the'
ity. Evidently the p)eople of Chicago
lave faith in their city aoi its fu-i
General News Items.
Tire Wineonsin tobracco crop for 1872 is
~stimnatedl a:I rr,O n,On)0 pounids.
There is in G!ay coinmty, Ind., a family
withr 12 p:irs of twins and one odd oner.
Three thousarnd women are enmployed int
the dIerenit depa:rtrment!s at Washington.
Thie fruni:fu.l town irof M:akatnda, Illinois,
Aipped thre paost year t',S4o boxes of
pechres. 132,nn;C poonls of strawberries,
:.::d 24i,850 pounds of rasphecrries.
Twelve irorn steamshrips are now in course
of onrstrutionr: on the D)elaware,. at a cost
of mrore thranr :ix miillionis of dollars.
Tihe practice 0f inisuramne was known in
tin:e of Clau:diurs ('.ar, A. D)., 43. It is
ertain that the' insur.:nce of sipis at seaF
was priact ced as early aS ithe year 42 A.
4 f the I257 electoral votes to he cast ic
te cenrinzg P'resilmnial election New Erg
Iiand and tie Middle Startes will have1I 9;
tire WXestet~rn tte, 10(2 ; the Pacifie State,
12, and ti.e Sountherrn States, 134.
Josephr ;ena:rius' Cremona violin, made
in tire I 5th century, sold for $1 .5(t in Ne
York-. Of course it was ai very fine anid
rare instrumrent. It was puirrca<ed by
celebratned Cincinnati banker, iirmself an
amateurr pnu mer.
Carpenters frequently becomre not only
bores, but also so:metimes annroy people
w ith their old saws.
A Pi:nshnrrg mmoman who bieganr twenrty
seven s,uits for slannder has brought utp inr
Tihe Ca.thclic ladies in Edigefield hravea
calico brll anrd hot supper this i.onthr,t
ut thre churrchr organm ir order ; ad rh
Bayrnist ladies have a frruit aird flower festi
al to p::int tireir chunrebr.
Wihy cannOt the ladies in Ner,berry have
tranherry festivals, &c.
It is reported that General Grant wilt be
ihdrawn as a candidate for renromination
by the Philladelphia Conventiorn.
Tur. PRaxTXsa G.AzamT, devoted to,
Prining, Journalism arid Litera:ure, pub.
ise:1 by thre G. S. Newcomnh Printing Comt-i
ga, Clereland, Ohio, at SL0 for .g4iI ia
-31E'us. G(YX.I & LoNat.:. Newspaper
Advertising A-euts. No. 4 South St.. Dal- o
timore. _Id.. are duly authorized to contract
for ad verti-enents at our coutract rates. Adver
tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa- a
vors with thls house."
HOw TO GET RID OF FLIE.-Boil to
gether equal parts, by weight, of glue and S
molasses, spread it over common brown
paper, while hot with a brush. Place - S
sheet of paper in every room in your house. r
It will capture every fly in the roon within
the day. Tile paper can be thrown in the
fire and a n'ew one used. when covered with k
the captured tlies. n
ACKNOWLEDGMhN.-4th Supplement to
Uru:e's Abridged Specimen Book of 1F60,
containing some handsome new type faces. P
The Proof Sheet. issued by Collins K Me- 0
Leester. Type Vounders, Philadelphia. A s
very interesting, useful and elegantly printed b
Alo, a copy of the Ninth Census of the c
United States, a voluminous and comprehen
sive book of population statistic, for which a
we are indebted to R. B. Elliott, M. C.
WLLIAMTO FFIrAL. CocLM,.-We
call attention to the card elsewhere in re- v
forerce to the above named institution.
The advantagcs afforded by a course in this
College are very many. A healthful cli
nate and the celebrated mineral water are
not the least. The Rev. Mr. Lander, the
pa incipal, has also the v.ell-deserved rcpt-i
tationl of being one of the beat teachers in
the country. Iarents cannot do better 9
thian by sending their daiughters to him.
14:xorlm. Day, was celebrated with be
coming spirit by the ladies of Golumbia,
Charleston and elsewhere. The soldiers'
graves in the various ceneteris were dres
ed witli nreaths and crosses of beatiuinl
flowers, in which the ced .r, and the ey press,
the bay, the willow, and the sweet i:mor
tellt, were silent tributes of affection to de
Parted memories. We hope that the ladies .
of Newberry remembered those who repose
nnder their native heath.
THE CIRCUS.- be rollicking little Bole
mi.ans. "perfectly splendid," precisely at 3, -
anade their grand entree much to the delight
of the crowd of spectators. The company t
don't charge worth a cent for tlcir back- a
breaking, side-splitting show. Its worth 10
cents for little boys and girls to walk in the s
light of the sun at 3 therefore the-y ought
to charge double price to make the fervent v
sport more animating. We suggest to the 3
facetious;y-polite manager of the concern t
that it was cruel of him to bring the little i
lumps of feminine sugar out to melt at 3 1
precisely. The hour should be changed for a
the summer solstice-and 6 would be better.
LiFi IN THE COUNTRY YET.--On Satur
day last the number of magons it from the
country. and the stir and bustle eonscqnent.
made a featunre pleasant to see in these times l
of dul,ness. For the last six weeks there has i
been so very little doing, and so few persons
in, that the exceptions however rare indicate
that all the life is not yet crushed out, and
that the people have wants which must be
satisfied. Could we- but hmave rest and quiet,
business would at once become l-ely, and
the town and county of Newberry wihb has
heretofore borne tile palm as being thec best i
business place in the interior would soon re- S
gain thme proud position. C
Let us have peace.t
R,ux-A good, plcnttfaul and gently-de-- c
scenading shower of rain is needed badly.
Thec pareced earth and thairsty plants would Ic
j)yously drink it in. Tue weather haas
gone from thae extreme of wet to that of dry, a
and thec prospect is not fir .ring. The dry a
spell now upon us, would oc good enough q
for the cotton plant, had the favoring sea- ri
-ntinned a week or two later, so as to i
ha , oabled farmers to get tharough with t
their planting; but many have not finished r
and cannot now proceed because thme ground
is too imapact and dry, and for which reason I
thec seed sown will not germinate. t
Abundant shtowers would be worth as muchb
as gold dust, for they would bring not only f
that wvhic-h is the stand-rd of all values, buta
good cheer also with happiness.a
A PARt.-We hope thaat time and circum-e
stances may warrant ouir City Faalhers in
opening a park for the pleasat public--es.t
pecially the children-where they could re
fresh them in tIme cool of the even ing. The
piece of ground owned by Council on Ad- a
amos' street mi:;h: be converted into a park :t
and laid off with lawos of ornamental grasses,
and graveled walks shaded by evergreens or i
other trees, and surrounded by a neat en
closure with wicket entaaces, wonid provee
a usefr! oanamemnt to the towt- ,.
T[he time to plant deciduous trees is theI
full of the year-, for ten thte trunk has time(
to take root before it "leaves" in the spring.
As we cannot haave a fire engine to bring
the young gentlemen into pleasant n ity, her
us have a pamrk where the children can meet
sociably. This is a musical town, and a band
of music might at ti:nes discourse its melo
dy for the iittle promenade:s. Let us have a I
Do,$' U.I)ai5ralN.-We are in forme d
that after the latte draw made for jarors for
thec Court wathi conne nI5aext neek, a cit
zen of the town was told that huis name hadI
been drawm~n as one of thae fortunaate mnaa to
sit all dar in close attenadanace for the asuaml
$1 .5(t, but that lhe had beet. ohjeeted to.
This informnationa was given as ant apology,
the a-eason for objection beinmg that ha was I
taken foramno:hmerman who it was alleudged
was aot thouaghat to be a fair nama. The
apologv was unnecessary and out (of taste
-first, bec:ause thae gen tleamn ba ad noam
hlitiont for the se:mt or pay, a: d, secoad,
thlat tihe objet ionable i:ndividu,al was
very necar at.-i dear relmat:ve. If there wa
any regret felIt at losing thte distitrin
the apology only aded insult to iajury
We would like to ask righat here wier
was ahe power to reject a drawm jmror
Does is not look like packing ? We cann:ot
M(isiC HATHt CH.RMS-This townl is blessed
witha a full measure of masie-having no less
than three bands. When taey all get ina blas
they should get up an edition of the~ Boston
ieace Jubilee. Our Silver Cornet Banad has
been silent for some time, the hearts of thec
players were sad, the enforcement act laying
a he:avy hamnd on soane of the performers
thertefore they had no stomach for mude.
We are ptceased to state th:mt they are ahmo:
resuming their practice itn te endeavor t
drive amway dull care
Thei Brass B:and, although it has had tro
bles :dl-o, hat not so gre:mt, has not intermit
ted a single night, and it is a wonder the per
formers hol-d out so welt. Where do they
get the wind from? Some nighats towards
the close of alhe wee small haoua s we do ntotice
with alarm that the touts are rather spas
meodic. shaowing very c;ear!y that ihow-ver
god the will the wind is faiiiang- We feel
nao little apprehen-lon in re-gard to them, but u
taust they will even be able to blow out of
tb b;g m,tao nr ,r hrns. Tbat musi. athni
TiuF ToNACITY OF TRwTru -Whe:i a
nation ai cle:r-headed as the Ameri(ans once
become umnvinced, from long experience and
ober'atio', that an article possesses superlor
excelence as a medicine, not all the pre
postereas c!amor cf all the worthless no .
ttum venders it the universe calibake their,
belief in its efficiency. Truti is a. ver
tenacious :hing, as these worthies are be
ginlin-g to diqcver. Plantation Bitters has
too firm a hold upon the popular esteem t,
be in the slightest degree affected by the
cold water diatribes which the advertisers
of fermented slops, "without a partical of
alcohol," are so fond of ln,ehing against
alcohol; prepurations. Tlie public knows
very well thjat this peerless renovant and
tonie doe; contain soirits. but it ::lso kaows
that th.ey are of the purest and most whole
o .'ciption. viz.: fine old St. C'roix, the
mc- active and lieneicial diffuser of its
remd i. a wl ivigorating properties Mrough
out the whole system whicb enld : pnsilV
be adopted. it.
Fathers and Mothers.
If you occupy these relaions now, or are
about to do so, study well your con<titution.
If you have acquirtd or inlierted 1%rafula or
any di.,ax; which may be transmit:ed t->
your offspring, it is your solmn duty to
ertdicate ir. Thousanrs of cildren are now
sufl'ering froml the elyects o; posoUlieta Se
tranzmittetl :o them from titr I :11ns. Tre
thought is terrible. You can ave your
selves much sadness and Solcitude :md
your dehr liteonez m tuc pin tnd unhap
-lpne _Vb th". time!y use of Dr. Tz;:t's r-*-S.-;
parila:ni Queen% D,Might. I will .urely
erlieate thie taint from your 4ystem, or if
it has :lren.dy been entailed upon your csid,
give it at once, this v:i!ule)!f! preporatiun ard
its sy-tem will be renovated and restored to
.iIONTGO-trY Co. N. C., Sept. 11. 18-9.
Dr. WM. H. Tatt:
Sir-Pl'ase accept tile hcaril'elt thank. Qf
a m;thcr who was well ni!!h driv,,n to ti
pnir by the sad Condition ol*:n ol,7y child.
MIv li.te bov has beeI ::Ufilet d With Serolu
la evtr since his birth, amd after trying every
remedy ilmat was recommended. and several
physiacis ha-l prononneed bin p:ist all
I:ope, I accidently heard of your -.:rsa
pariilai and Quee's i elight. It was so
highly recconAended that I conelnded to
try ir. but I unust conftss with very little
fi!t. Ie has taken nine of the bottles you
Sent Me. and I Lin happy in being -ible to
say th::t he is adniost well; and I believe by
the t:me he tukes a doZ-n, he wi;l ha per
tly restored to icalth. lie has gaile.l
lesh, has it fine appetite, and now walks
two mies to school. I slihall always remem
ber you wi:ii gratitude.
ANN M RP. AY.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye is used in Europe
ur- WIOSE H A N D SO M E
IAOUSr IS THAT '--SUINI was the itiqitiiry of a
traveller as lie passed tn insually well
finished.l country residene-, not a thousand
miles front here. The style of the sashes. the
brightness of the glass, the 1w.ty f tC
doors, the classic patterns of tie mouhiing,
the neatness of the balusters, atn the state
ine.-s of th:: pii;Lrs around the piazzi, a i
struck the travelier with a tonishnent and1
admiration. And no wonder, for they were
all arn,ished by 31r. I'. '. ToA.-, No 20
Ii:.tie strtct, Charleston, S. . 1 "tf.
u2NHOW WE USED TO BE
'ilYSITir.-W!"o does not rtn.her tie
tie when spring purgtion wa:-cotsiered
ind;spensabjle to stimer health ? No titter
for wry f::ees, the i:%evitablc sas: and
sctta, rhi.;h-tr, or C-in:cl antd j:la p. must
be a<imii:,tered. T'he "-jp:ug medici:nes,"
the vuig:ers were tobi, were to kee p
theni hal.: and he:.rty dur*i. the sum:ut r. I
We all Know 1ov that Ohis was a cy
that new vigo r, tnot depletion, is what is
ri'u ired at the comtnenement of the sum
mer soice. As a preparaition for the
enetrvating efrects of oppressive summer
we'ather, a courlise of Ilostetter's Stotmach
B itters-. is hily expediet. Tils fatuous
vogeIttabClreparttioni has tree pr-omtinent
propertie': It renov:ttes, purfies, atnd
i-en!ates ill the functions of the boedy. It
ios compo'd exclusively of pure vegetale
pr-oducttis, viz/: th.e esser tial p;rinciple 01
MIouoigahela RyeO, and the most eflicacious
tottiC and alterative r-oo:s, b:arks, and gums
kntown t to mtedical botanists. lliee, it is
an absoiutely safe n:cdicinie, and it:> trne
in re of lie Phatrmnae>pi:ia cant Conminu
ii h it either int purtty, 0r in the variety.
ofits obj'cts, antd its co'-prehensive re
suit. llppil formanind, thle theory
that it wlas neceary' to prostrate ai patient
I:: a; ter to core hinm, is forever exploded,
an-.I the t rue pl.:losiph.c:ie:l0.:tine, that
v'ior is one greait anta;onig of disease,
ha.s taken its place. Hostetter's Bitters is
alt invi.torant, and benee in is the proper
m tedicine for the feeble at tis m-ott tryingm
reason of the Yeur.
De sure th'at you obt..in the ge~'nine
arI iticle, its t:ire are itnnumterable~ vile i m
itations tin tihe 'aui-rket. Look to the orna
mient1 Ial ap engi-t rved labhel, and the ntme
1'ow1int tihe gilss. llosttter's -to:sehl
IBitters is sold in bottles only.
Mav I. 13-I m.
A NEWBEAUTIFYIN~G AGENT.-Abtl) -:
triiices had their dravbacks. until the Salubrious
!tat or the Saip Tree was brought fromt thte
Uhi!ilan Valleys to perfect the fraranmt $ozodont.
the mtostdebilitful article for the teeth that a
brushi wt<: ever dipped into.
"CHILDREN'S LIVES SAVED FOR 50
CENTS. "-Ever aeo ru .nb ue
whnfrttaken. by Ie. Tobias' Yenatiair Li;i
menit. warrauted for 24 years. and never a bottle
reiturind. It rho cures Diarrhe:1. Dysenterv.
inii "-otd by the-a 1rgists. D.:pot. 10 P1ark.
Plaice. Ne York.
VENUS her-self would not h.avi tbeen betiulu
iifi be mplexiou had been l:ad. If beaittyi'
'kill ieep, it is neCce2i-ary to secutre ai.d reti
ti-at part of it: andIl indi-t inste..d of re'orti.
to plint sund powders. shoitld remember that a
imur. bh..tchy. ')r ':11|ton skin i- the pirof 01
tebbe di-gestion,. tor;>i'i liver, or vitiated b!ood.
:or :d 1 wiheb ii;:. Wl..i:'s (.u.nro.:i m
i.c.ut .Arrst:is- is' a .ld'e, sure. ari.d etee tu-a lremet
BURNETT'S 0000AINE-No oi!s, ne:ther
pomadelrl or alcoho:i,in -asht-s-fol.re i. domt
tic-caa compaare wvi:h Ciocoanle aIS a II. II:
II;F.ss!Ni;. lI a vehoris the tiair i iir mv in the
scatp--ives it naew tle aind lustre-:.ti(I Erenders
it the --erow:lin;; g;ory ' of both sexes. old and
PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL.-More accidentsoc
cur fr-omi usii;: unsmfe oils, than from steamrbat
ande railroads combined. Over 2)0/.%0 familles
continnle to burnI P'ratt'i' A4.tral (il., and no acci
idents directly or iudirectly have occurred froni
burnir.g. storiini or hand!inw it:. hIl Itotsi 01
(has. i'ratt, E,'ali.hed lio, New Yor-k.
A BEAUTIEUL WHITE, soft. enmooth and'
clear skin is pr-oducad by using G. W. Laird
-tl'-.or or Youth." It removes trn. freckles.
sutithurnis. atnd a:h Uth(r dtscolorations from te
t'kit:. leaving the complexion brilliant an-I beat
tit. $old at all <lruggit'ts. This preparaition
is en.tirely free frioi ny mautenttrial dtetriimental to
JUST THE REMEDY NEEDED.-Thantks to
Mr. iimi-wl Sotigsrup, we httve for
yerbenrlieved front sleep!e-ss nighitse a fl.n
l watchin witth poor. sufferiin;.. teething chi.
FOR DYSPEPSIA. Inadigestioni. denre"-ion 01
spiriht and ;:caeratl idebility: in their -vialus tortns
al-c'. as a pr-venitive a4'aint 4Fever a:ad A:e .~
antd other initermittent :evers. The F-err-o-'hos
phlirted FJixtr r.f Cali-aya. made' by i'tswe-ll.
H:tard & C '.. New York. and Soil by. alt Dru
git'ts. is the best tonic, and as a tonic fcr- pa
t i,-ts 1C ecvering from flver or other aicknte.-s,i
has tno equat.
BISLEY'S GENUINE GOLDEN BELL C0
LOGNE WATER r.ccordiug to the origiu.al for
mulu of Prm'vo-r. Paris. Co tong aind t:tvorably
kn.owmn to thec cIuoers of Ilatilanid. hlanral and
- iey and thir t>r.muctie. for its hl)i erantt
fratgrattce i' now made by HI. W H sley :m.i the
trail" uppliled by his~ ."ucesor-. Morg~an & ils
1ey. Wholesale Driuggi-ts. New' York.
THURSTON'S IVORY PEARL TOOTH POW
DER- he h-,t at.ele k:'u,wn ter cleaintg utnd
preserving the tre-th and gaims. $o:d by al!
1liuggists. Priiceniand:,0Ocents per b>ottle. F.
We. t li & Co.. New York.
CARBOLIC SALVE uniequahed as a lIIaling
Comp:Iotund. Ph.ysician- r-ecominend it :.s the'
ti''w:erul -as:edy ever ktowii. j'r-ic'5
c-:,i? : r bctx. dulia F'. Henry. Sole Propie toi,
8 (jpilege Place. Newt Y ork.
CHRISTADORT)S EAIR DYE -Ti mag
iiicent com-pr-..uI is beyond contingemy. the
sate:stiand mosut reliatbbe I)ye inl ,exi.tence; never
tbilin:g to impatrt tit IIt mir. nnifobrmity of co
01r, nuisirenit rud el.<sticity. Manufactory
633 Mai'uen Lane, New York.
SVAPNIA is tipium pt ifltd of~ihs elekenie~
potiseoons qualitiea. It is a pedfect anodyne nto e
producir.g headache or constipatou of bowels,
Delinquent Land Sale for 1871,
TO be sold at the olice of the Cun-t
rrea surer of Newberry (oin iy, n 21ond.y
the Third day of June, 1S72, on ::Ccount o;
TH Brown, Lot 1 D Drown, ,cros,
H1 Br3 1 JoAl. 1-hop,
C Gary 1 Beard.
1H D Iuntingdon, 1 C Cro%:, 17
Fannie Mitchell. 1 N Dw:,-.-n. _
G D Smith, 1 E,t. A l-bv, 55;
F Scott. acre..30 T 11
D Gross, 11) G ' 11'vev,
E Su I)-,r. fi75 J W iims, 55.
JrT C times, 100 J V Newberrv'!
ft Swin-Tler, 374 N P Whitmire, TA
Sarah Bishop, 140 J ( Brford, 1e'
J Wood, 47 W 0 Gorce,
.Ta Ie Crogs(,111. i)40 N F Jolmol, 7
J DT .ienkin;, 50 J T xilv,
G J L:'m. 17 5 ' VV McCdfls, 60,
11 M311w1r, 71 Est
M Pawley, *21 jMs-dr. 1
M Anderson. 12.50 r W Bw,zcr 'A
J Butler. 70 1 V Blazhnrdr 10
S:irih Johin:on, i.50 1 1. Jl , I
,1 F WI7Sc!er, i 7 ,ze
A E A Waldrol). t"i 11prid-C.
*lut. 1 ~iiA)i.. WJ Rt ciuilt..
1) C 3oaz:mal, 439 A Dumic::,
JC H il. 2 Hair, 1!l
B R, Liudsay, 236 1. G Kile% 46
. KeUy, 24U Mrs E Mot-i, I I*
S W Tt-ague, 35'e, 27
C Shi. 41) 1 Pier, for
Est. T Wheeler, 1"9 IR C &o Nora Lukv IS
A B Pits . 4 1) i Valor ,
Mlar:bw Kibier. 62 .11 iill"szon,
J C VAiOn, 131 Trustee. 11
I) PA Utzi: :dt, 2. " .i 1 0 i6on" Irwi
A J Cline. GO tee,
iF ler, 67 1 Tzhc~:
J I Fulk, 3'.u 'A
C Ox.r, 23 MrsL lienilrix '.
W R. Su.bjer, 20:3 1V G
E VIii mire, 20 I
C . Peaie. 63 ll ..ip I 2
.st. J1 Beunban.-Ii. 28 .1 C Wf le- m,
Non ce i, hlereb"rtv~t that 11he W.1'!CJ,3 o
sh.everal paOicels, lozzi and parts of lots. (i
J. ; ]:-liat a-z :ibove munCtioued, or:o m0l-.6
t1jec-o'if zvt will be ncces.;arv to pay the taxes
pel'iitl;CS and a:sssmnent'.; c!::r:ged therA.Cfl
wil! U,e aoil buv.e d0s7-1wzr.ed.
H. C. C(l CrIVD, A 1ior,
1 L 15Ft-3t. A Co).r .5
Second Quarter.' Report ol
the Town Treasgrer, E3[
huG May 1vh 18y2,
Ba. ol hWli end of is55'.
Mir i ectise..................... (;,9
Oilher IJ%' w-e '............. 52
v .%be VeNesher .
BDig"v alld PO- Ta.. h 4 it
AuUeense i.............A A%
Horse !iJ Mule TaxB............ 10
MOXIFm T Ne y 0T.
Street Labor .................. Q2S
roliee Du-,r.. . . .. . . . . .
Priwing AJocntC...............s4 Z
Blacksm;tin,.... . . .... 4
F'o-iage for Mt! ................ 21A
J;JII F" -es .........................IC 1
Fines 11tomitted .................. 5 o4
Stid ry Account .................. 14",
S.ree,. Sign,; ..... ..............; i S
1. halts A'cowi:ls............... 1 J
Ecrt. Puh 24
CJerk's Co3'Sn..de.2 13
First WaBntB on.o o. '
Com i ..D i c. , )
DA .........A........ 1
May 5, 0-I 3 rk 'freis,.
The Sate o Soh en Car 'io
Ex Parte A (unt C Nii'raor Lake,18
ta: of C o~e lari) !c \aylozir, 21
By vitue f an t'3e ingaa.sto,
Itii6C~ I b .i C Wib o, Tru
&O ouA i rr-ULIPlJ.'I DAulm r,.
.eweriy(A IIAr*C L A em. .2'
Sherif Rs S:atte.5
I wtIsel o ModT the ~Chpell da
Est.J nextdensang h 8 Woilon,:i 1Ar3r
N1re i, heeyvntat the whole oIan
o:he sveral parct, land pacrts of lot ('
th .ereof a s wille ecesr t a theaxe
wibea tohl soe desttl h.tate . A ''
H.b r. CL tlW T,rAsic:Ar,
31y1, 03. New.lbI rry CouNty
Cii. nThmden of Nst :arerR.81'R
liierAn) ''lt :.............. A .. . 12 e
OI IiitC i.tl. fther ice es ... ... ... .. 52' .A
oLi-:. ti Licens... .. ..* .. .. . * V 7.i
.::t Na: i ol ti( P.ts o O l .' (
Prntn ll Aount....... ....... 74A 5
Blac smit ing..... ,... ... .. ,4'
ForagieiforiMuit ................. 21T OA
Ja ee . . . . .. . .....r r i .-i' - .-' t... 1 itA
Fine em tted.... ....... .....) A.
TAree ig. : eetd~.. A l .... .. ... . 'w
C!erk)1's i Co rs.i .................i i
Tot: a .. ..- ...... :. .. g2 i
P>:a l . on thend ................... s 1 2.
MayI' 15,T 20i' (i' CrI&Ta..
Cou1nty of' N eWbeIr ry-~A' IlV
Exii Parte. A .ait Adm-iniUtor oE
tSale 'of Peso'nlPopty. 'i
c,to' me! dircted byQa Jams C;. Le( i.AW
Judg of: Probautetil of ApriCont, . 1)s
to ubie ucryi to cte' h itbider t
e-iOS,~~AjJCi.ti' at the lae esdec of enBr
deed. on : th a:thc tdiy of3an i.lat, wth
o own per. tna p- p a t-it:iih
tne Mu!e, oCs and C.!ti e 4 oneoh' Wago
and:, HanesIFder, On Cadle, Cor:
he ifnf's iale..
ba !os one w1., Mlet!. lone -'2y MA
,irms we veriiv beiieve: ia- ba the
3r as to deficiency of wind are groundless,
-tbe spasms are onlily caused by the actin
the melody. That this may be so we note
iac the drums drop-down to as weak a bea!,
rid .ease much sooner than the other
)unds-and no wind is necessary for that
CRAPs-ALL FoR THE LADIES.
"Is Miss linking at li me?" asked 3ir.
anders of the Ir:sh girl who answered thc
ng at the door. "Yes, I V'l-ve she is, sir."
Is she engaged.-' An' is it engaged, you
iy ? A"aith, and I can't tell ye, sir; but she
issed Mr. Vinven: ia,t evening as if she !:d
ot seen the like uv him, an' it's cgaged I
'lave they are, sir."
i You have been sorely tried," said a syi
athizrng friend to .Toe Crowden, weeping
ver the coffin of his third wife. -Yes," re
ponded the bereaved one, 1 have always
ad the dreadfulest luck with women."
The papers in Lima are all talking about a
hild born in that country with seven heads.
oor baby, suppose it should have the head
We should like to think the htsbaud of the
idy who made a bed-quilt of 4,:251 biveks,
1onld at least sleep piece-filly.
A gentlenan embracing his flance should
e careful not :o mass h.r "best lack
iArs IN OFK."ENA.L.
A Dover. Tennessee, co' eijoys the ixu
y of two tails. Sh-uo fly!
A numlber of l,adIes at IHartford are about
tarting a jolnt stock i.surance company.
Anybody ca tell you what to pit in a
jewspaper: but the real problem is, what to
Developing the voice !s -tyled by the pro
essors of the art "Voice Building." Some
eople run ;t up to a pretly high story.
In Boston, a "toUd bdtinencesuciety"has
een startel, which announces as its object,
'total abstinerce from meddling into other
Tiere are some towns in 4iithi C-rolina
n Iteed of such societles.
In a list c-f claims presented to the referees
n a New Ilanpshirc town recen:ly was thii:
For time spent in Wil:on in coaxing Mr.
-- to go home when drank, $5."
A local. describing a recent accident, says
hat "the ball ent-eretd the groin of the victim,
nd passed thence into his lumber region."
'lie precise locality of this region is not
An Arkansas landlord thus p!ofanely ad
ertises his hotel in the local papers: "And
oseph wept aloud, and he said unto his bre
bren, 'I am ,losephi; doth my father yet
ve ? And his br'thren answered himt, 'You
at; the old man is doing bul!-;,fur he boards
t the Cosmopolitan."
A vain man's motto is, "Win gold and
rear it." A generous man's motto is, "Win
-aId and sbare it " A miser's, "Win gold
ud spare it." A proffigate's, "Win gold
nd spenil it." A broker's, "Win gold and
!Pd it." A gamb'er's, "Win gold and loose
:." A wise man's, "Win gold and use it."
M,U NT PL.EASANT, S. '2,
Messrs. Editors : Most anxiooly are our
irmers looking for rain, and "hope de
erred" (almost ) maketh the heart sick ;" yet
hey must hope on. hope ever", still. Co
ions showers are most vitally nteeded ; the
il is like ashes, and the withered and
rooping appearantce of theC plants attest
Xe lack of moisture, so necessary to their
ubsisree and dev-elop-nent. When it
omes the thirsty' earth will drink it in with
vidit', and we mutst hope that it may not
nine too latw.
The green-pea crop is very nearly gathered,
nd althoutgh the Northern markets opened
t high prices, every steamer carrie:d her fuil
nota. The railroads were also brought int
equisitioni and the shipments wvere poured
rito those markets, conseqnently the fall was
>o rapid to enable tnest of the ftarmers to
ealize good average prices.
Messrs. Kinsman & howell, of Charleston,
ave dore munch to forward this new indus
ry. Their ar-ra ngern"ets for supplyinig the
est selected seeds, and the most appro ved
rtilizers, h-ave relievedl produtcers of maebi
f the anxiety and disappointment hitherto
tendant on the efforts to secure this very
-porttnt matter, while the facilitiles afford
d by them foi- shipments, save their friends
uch personal effort, and thicy are enabled
a bestow more attention to farm work.other
ise lost byv absence on this errand.
Other enterprises are being developed by
bis business of "'Trnek Rtaisinia." In addhi
ion o the extensieestablishment of Messrs.
nox & Wheelock, four miles from this
oint, w-here numbers of Vegetable Boxes
tre tde, Messrs. (oates and Cricson have
rected a steam mill in this vilhage for
his purpose, and I observ ed that Messrs.
Omnapaux and Gon:: let, of Ma rte t-street.,
l:barl.tnn, have aOse added a factory for the
ame wot'k, to thteit' prodnee establishments;
everal others have embarked in the same
ne, atid pr'odacers arc thus fulty supplied
rithi ali the packages they may reqnire.
By the way. tay attention wa' a:tracted by
i implement for which the gentlemen
bove meni:oned are the agetnts,) tas a very
-.laab!e one to panters-it is called a guano
listiitor.r, and' they chi in that the fert ilizer
s; be sowed in ucIih proportious and weight
0 te aere, as may bei required. A very im
~orant de-it-atumi in this work.
Yours truly, KAP'PA.
Tuiz AMERiCAN PA.xx.R's ADVoATE, ai
age sixteen page paper, is ini every respect
vorthy. te patrot:ige of the farming comn
nunity', beinig especially valuable as the
ifcial or'gaut of t lie Agieiultural Congress.
s price iS ontly S1 00 per year, and its pub
if Jackson, Tenn , maxke the remarkable
>r,position to furnish it free with atiy t42 00.
,r hiher priced piaror maxgaziae published
a the l'nited States.
Tn E G.NanD t('ENTRAL.-lt is st that this
s the moldelhotel not only of New York, but
heC no:blI. It is like a litle town within it
e:i:::tcconmtmoda tes fifteen hundrcd people,
mli.s sipphie.1 wi:h everything that cati eon
in:c to their comfor-t, Isleasture and
-afety. It is a great resot fo ibrail:ml totnrists
s weil as business tmen, an-d three or font
-lare a dlay is the very reasonable charge.
Speakitng of Adveri-ing Agents, the p)nb
iber' of the Youm:hs'( Gazette, at Minnieapoli<,
un .i: says': "W\e i:ave tried Geon. P. Iow'
i & -., . Na. it Park Ro'w, New Yok. and
an rely upon them, It.
Pimples on the Pace. Ertiptions, B!otches,
e'rotuouis discuxses, and alt sores aiing froum
mpure blood, are cured by Dr. P'ieree's
;tdcn Medical Discovery, it.
BuxtNAID'S MICAL WORLD for May
tamkes its welconme uppearance on time, wi:b
e folio" iag attracive contents: D)ream ing
t pritg,Euphemxia's 31 usie liox (concluded ),
iints otn Baying instru:nntt (-econd paper),
'lie E.arliest Performance of English Oper:',
932, or itecolltee:ions of 1872. Cla-sie Mu.sie,
ie Music-atl'Pre<, Chee.k, New Invientions,
ack! Q:iacl! Q:tack!!! &c., &c. Puib
i.ed :i.S. Brainuasu's Sns' G;reat Ce-n:r-a!
uicIeiPulishming House,. Gi veland, Ut. 6i
yeri. Sp)ecimen.t copies fre.
N Nwa :nar,t. C. May 1.-Cotton 2" ce.
14yV.g: O". M'ay 1ai I. M .-:otton nrmier
;,ria1 I; Ore:t -
p'ad- 2-i; Or:eans 2-I: .,ld teavy' t 139.
CHAr.L.sTON, May 1.-Cottou ste-ady.
.Mau. 1....r'ato sady-midd linug
In Store and Afloat.
38,000 Bu1)= P r i In e
375 Hhds. Sugar Hlouse
50 Iihds. Best Muscavado
i:bz a -enira' line of IIEAVI R, )CE.
RIE . w eb w are .ffer ;: . o ;:e :-ad" .t
EXCEEDIN 1 LIW FIGURES.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
ElllATE YLR DAUGHTERS,
inq:ire into the Merits
Wil Hulto n Ft-Hl! D-11.8,
W LLIA MTON, S. C.
Tl F.\I'i LL E SION, , i open (It
B,oard], icuding '.w w::-ingz and
RATEIS F*.1 F*:\o- 0 w:%.
... .... ................1 o f
Tui C, Rf:nla ColegCo..e. 5n
benefi: from our healthv elitnate and Mine
'or a Circular, app'y to
Mayv L, i-tf.' Pre-ident.
ON CON YSINMFNT.
110T '. Sil ES for next !da to no
FISI, Wedwesday and Sa:urday.
A sawcer of Fresht Stranberries with
Cream a:md Sa,ar, can be hd aL L. R.
M;-rAhall's znytmin dwing the so.aon, or
.il e d tltm aroun:i to private dweilings
at short oLtie.
M.Iy '5, -- .
The Gospel Ought Alwavs to
We leorn th;.t one of the Trial Justices of
this 'ounty went ourt i-o the country to a
big-me.-Tin, abon: tiffeen miles flob town,
and after the preaching thi. oreat Trial Jus
tiC1 ho r a-11 s there said to the peop!e. all that
are good. tue upoanu,hold upycor right
an.ds. I ny of you yun. ladics have got
ny tw*e:airtz and they ;:c not good, true
PIe"nY-c y, ou must turn them oft. This
Tri.ll Justice would be a -rcat po!itician if he
e thi-., a we bought it from those
who wre pre::ez. w. W. T.
In search of B.ARGAI'S of 'a kin. d had
better c.all :uid get somec of the
McFALL & POOL'S.
r~ Al prro: indbted to us by Note or
, Aero:m::, nuistr . ' t:ie t ontce, or we will1
e? proceed to collect by law'.
McFALL & POOL.
We. n"i ot .el eyGo-i on CEDIT
to any onie, and these' that owe t:. for last
Year need n;ot apply, fo.r tiey )i be r
McFALL & POOL.
The enfo:citng of the E'.forecemet or KuCi
Sail Our Entire Stock
AT AND) BEL.W
[ ran hnter .1a
McFALL & POOL'S.
:av S. ]-:f.
Ti I E ENCfI:NGu:' E IUsl; l.a-. ben re
thN fp' 4."..l:r and comforrtabe rooms,
L TH E DEUICACIES OF THlE SE.ASON,
eve - p in the b:at s:yie
AV L' AT~ ' A LL 1IIO $ .\T THLE
P. HIMILTON JOYNER1,
av 3, l'i-:f P'opIET il.
P n pSteam 21ills
resp-:tlf*.ly i:.fo.n !:c0 :;nbUi that
3 . d- '.u -.in.' iv' n,' and .e p rrd
.414 oideG.& ( R. R. nho
.ane. .4i :.tu' t :o com'pare
on 4E *'b ;i re '.4 o al XVool
e tre use of <, ' e* arde;dis
n. hi wlhe sold :r ria-or.aie fig.
ur CI Or for large. ie of Lm-ber or d
hi. :!.. scile an i ll be pDromptly ut.
We 1 :a' a !.:elto a [ y g .
wERIE, wtie i he so:d che.ap for cas.h.'
For trin,n, Prin.e White Corn, :' 1<1~ YW
Fresh Mcil.and Gri-t cot:stanzth on Da b :di.,
XVt: it'.y thi~anks for the liiberali pa1,gda
'll as 4. ontune of tihe same.~ - V
WHEELER~ & MOSELE