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Pagsr 561 anum' for la1M
months, 75 eats satl4jance.
AdverU4imente hiserted at oits dollar pe
s1are 0n946 aoh or oess for
Aon and"ty IBfMiq
slept. U4discount made tp roighw
Others advertisinfor sii iorths 6r -b
4bituary Notices and Tributes of ool
e arged for as advertisements.
innounolug Candidates five dollars it
Tho storm which passed along oui
&sea coast last wook dio great damage
in Savannah;*tlho damage to property
is EAimatenut one and a hlifaillior
doliars. Thto rice crop iii this Statt(
and Georgia is nearly a total loss,
and the'otton, where the storm paB's
ed, tvas very much damtaiged, Many
liVos were lopt, principailly colorec
people who lived in lhe rico fielids
and whoso cabins wcro wnshed away
by the. overflow of' water, in many
cases entire families being lost. It it
estimated that over 300 thus porished
It will be some time before a clos(
approximation of the loss of proeryL
can be made orthe number of livet
lost ascertained. It has been mnan3
years sinco such damage by storm hai
been sustained, cspecially itho see
tion thro gh which it passod.
A Deputy U. S. Marshal -Counit!
Deputy United States Marshal, S
P. Lanford was arrested in Grconvillt
on the 1st instant, charged with con,
mittin'g perjury. It 5ppoatht r
warrant had been ~ isanecd lty U. S
Commissioner Symmes, and placed ir
Lanford's haridslfor scryico. e mnad<
no return to Symmies,. but went befort
*Commissioner Thornly anid sworo t<
the service of the warrant and 25
miles travel and then sold the accouni
to another party. Whin the accouni
wae presented to Marshal Blythe foi
payment, be discovered its iregular,
ity, and upon investigation, it wai
found that the sev i .nle
been rendered, and t:~ out t[ rd
committed perjury '" * *
the account. He '.': .
while hunting up) e 1t O'
bail from the Depu .
had him in charge, anu~ m
cape. It, is said that Laot~ I
after his arrest, that "uther.
it.," and that he intended to ~.
all out." He was app)Ioind t
recommendation of Gov ..Iii m1
and was the "Good D oc wli'
testined to the good d of nofLA
man's crowd, who o NThI~ r. v:a
exposing them. ..e niot L'e I'u
* urprised at his c mittiny j;:>
The Atlantie, nd Freneb t-'m
In company with Captai n WA. 1K
Bradley, President, we visited 'A o
torn Nor'th Carolina week bUhre
in the in terest of this great e Cter y
Leaving this placeoon Thursdage<
ing, we drove to Mr'. WV. JR. Priew
at the base'of the mnountains, whe:~
we remained under his hiospi!utI
roof during the night. At this po~in
we mot with Captain Kirk, Clie
Enginocr and Mr. Sullivan, bin a'miot
ant. Mir. Johmn Mcall, a dircWtor (o
the road, paissed the-ough th o E ast a o
Gap and met us at Brevard. A t.the~
point, the party separated, Ca~ptii
Bradley and ourself driving on diree:
ly to Ashevilo, the others' prefer~
to rusticate a while iin the vieirmt~y'o
Brevard. At Davidson's river' w~
met Mr. Doaver, Senator for tho Sen,
atorial District, and with him mnadt
~rrangembents. to haVe * eein'
the Board of Corporpatora at Jirc var
oin Monday night following. W(e
egnaiiihed dowq t~ho Voiy, m
conferences wil e6%ral of th<e
promtt~nt and' kiglential (it12zam
along'our routo. All were sutn
ahvocates of the road and vmiy onu.
b ' husiastie over its prospoets. Ai
AsbheI we had a eonferenco witih
the Corporattors .who live at. that
inall of . whom wo fonnd )4(o be~
1y alive to tho -great Import anos oj
- he road. .Xbh ~tonght ]3uncorji
CoOnty *WOu 1( fai de tto
pardtet ny t
nae h ha
* , *J
n diey ad opself, n
ion,the. R.l01oad m ting was
49 Boat re. orpora
tQ sg oted togethes-. eve
ck wi.tS de called to J the ir
and Mr. otltroa requee id 40 a as
Bocrotary. the Coriorators inanl
ously adopted A resoultion oponing
oks os subserptIdi att* Brard,
Mills River', and Ashovilil applinted
suitable poksons t eao place to ro
Oeivq the subsriplone, a coimit
to .caVinsers for oagg county.
UliWt .he termsof the charter, whici
W Wot obtainea until'tho.irecont SOa3
sion Ojtho Leglatdure, acapitail sLock
f ten thousand dollafi'aidst be raised
bWfore tWo company gsi be orgonized.
The anyount, it was cnfidently statod,
could be raised in a fb* wooks, at least,
tnd *in two months, or loss time,
the company would bb fully orgatizedi
by the election of a Priiident and
Board of Directdfrs.. Tho meeting
was very carnest and 'en3hsiastic,
and our friends on that Odo of the.
mountains have taken hold of tho
enterpriso in good 'earnost. They
ploposo, as soon- as the corqpany I
organized, 'to' commence at Brevard,
work this w'ayand moot us at the
State line 1tA 0 very .probablo that
tho grading wi1 commonce on that
side betWeon now and ChristmN.
At Edeofield Court week be
fore la" a large and enti u1iastic1 met
ing was holw and the necessay fund.
to make a survey from Edgetield C.
11. to Troy, a point on tho (4revn w od
and Augusta Road, was rais. i
a few hours. The road from Euge
field to Aikon t aboit gralde. 3
field proposes to finieh lt' gr:hiir
from Edgofilk C. I. to Tr ,f, whel
,Abbovillc takos hold and wi I coi -
the Anderson line. Andot-..on wiul
then come to .lnsiloy, and th - rhui
from that point to this ::3 ne1ly c..m
p 1loted. A bout ton R'ni1os Ljavo a in
conipletid from WVille&msto - V :r
Ea4Tey, and within a z ril n Lnths th
work wilbe completed to loI attr
point.' Th'eesary fundt 1o 'r:."
rh p d froni this place to 4.iken wc~in
.sor raised. Thet -ltw wi only
i'emain to secure enongh l1Im;c to
across the mountainas to oth
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~ Va~r hes,
~"1WPi'Y AND GLA~
L ~) W ~ST MARK FYi' PR I C E,
w~4l Paint ~iore.
~ ~ iAree2nviHe Drug, ~ccI
*'l'l1~ ~ li'Qk- ?IIE REST STAIA( 0!
('~ 1' 1" )N~XUIBlTEl) Al' TiIELLL
fl~ NOV. 15Th.
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I(PUTL'Ik1 OP i.IUKF~LNa.
N ~'(i)VRT"OI" G()MMON PLEA
k N. JoneR, Plaiuit 1ff, ngiinst Robe'
Mtr'w~iri a~ Administrator or the Pe~soii
tK~, tk~ 'I Thomas IV. Alexander, deo~ui~e
~ It, Alexander, Mary .frL
(u~uuuj~Iaiiit for Relief.
:t y viv tie or an order of sale, made in ti
) I,'ve ~'tat ed CJISO, On (ho 8th day of .Ju,
~ I ~v ill xcii to the Iii gli est. bidder, (lii'
iii 'gu~i hours t sub, on .luo first. MO~
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lie t4'Ldji~~ in tiut~ ti:iiaI onuso, au~ follow
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Ad 47&~ry ~fortiiibid, on Xoo~ e.e RLi~r, a~
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'For professinfll s14,di~,rrg ~lp
J. r. 'N'rwmod and 11"0'Gr~~i,
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D. Ai I)ARBY, M. Ii.
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