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ST. JMKPH'S ACADEMY.
A very large and select audience as?
sembled io the spacious hall of the above
Institution, OD Thursday afternoon last,
to witness the $
A handsomely arranged ?tage waa
erected ia the Western part of the hat!,
aud upon a low dais, th? noble form of
the Bishop of Charleston, robed in his
official costume, occupied the ceutral
chair. The floe head of Bishop Lynch,
and hia intelligent and benevolent coun?
tenance, lent a certain dignity and char?
acter to the scene, which seemed to per?
vade the entire audience.
On either sido were Gen. Anderson
aud Father McNeil, and behind them,
the faculty of the College, in their solemn
suits ot black.
The day was intensely warm, bot-the
airy arrangement of the hall, and the
liberal supply of ioe water, modified the
otherwise un endurable heat.
About sun-set a march on the piano
ushered in the young ladies, who teated
themselves in chaira on either side of
the stugo, presenting ah array of beauty
and grace seldom seen except in large
Next in order came
"MARY STUART," . . .
A historical drama, translated from
the French by a Sister of Mercy, and
performed by the following
DRAMATIS PERSONA :
Mary Stuart, Misa Oonigland.
Mary Fleming, " Lida Green.
Mary Seyton, ? Burkett.
Duohesa of Guise, " Lottie Green.
Catherine de Medici, " Kate Motea.
Lady Trockmorton, " Carrie Motes,
Anna Kennedy, " Armida Cohen,
Mary Beaton, " O'Connor.
Mary Livingston. " Hammet. I
Mrs. Knox, " Bogia.
Couti tess of Lennox, " Logan.
Countess o? Murray, " Dinkins.
Elspeth Curie, " Ryan.
Queeu Elizabeth, " Mnldrow.
Tho play was well acted throughout,
and the correct reading and careful ac?
centuation evidenced study and applica?
tion. There was .no prompting, yet the
~arts were all perfect. We do not like
j individualize, where all did so well,
hut a just oritio could not forbear to
mention the spirited and life like acting
of Miss Carrie Mosca and Mies Armida
Gen. Anderson read the programme
and the prizes we.-e conferred by Bishop
Lynch. This occupied considerable time,
but the monotony was relieved by some
fioo vocal and instrumental musio by
the pupils. Among the many pleasing
performances of thia kind, we would
specially commend Miss Barrett's fine
rendering of that master pieoe of song
(by Donizactti) ?Come o' bello" ; and
Miss Mathis' oharming singing of the
saino composer's celebrated solo, "Oluce
di quest anima."
The "A. B. 0." song, by the young?
er ladies, under Miss MeKain's genial
and skillful management, waa well given
and elioited muoh applause.
It is impossible for us to give in full
the numerous awards for proficiency in
the various departments and classes.
The following are the principal
Primary Department-1st premium,
Miss Bu loo Moise.
Academical Department-1st class,
1st Premium, Miss Mary Maldrow ;
2nd class, 1st premium, Miss Kato
Hauser;-3d class, 1st premium, Miss
Christian Doctrine and Bible History
-1st class, 1st premium, Miss Ryan ;
2nd doss, 1st premium, Miss Mary
Ornamental Writing-1st premium,
Writing-Int class, 1st premium, Miss
Maggie Logan ; 2nd class, 1st premi?
um, Miss Lottio Green ; 8d olass, 1st
premium, Miss Susan Green.
Algebra-1st premium, Miss Kate
Arithmetic-1st clans, 1st premium,
Misses Ryan and Kate Moses; 2nd
class, 1st premium, ' Miss Mathis ; 3rd
class, 1st premium, Miss James.
Classical Jiislory, Geography and
Biography-1st premium, Miss Kate
Moses; 2nd olass, 1st premium, Mir?
Modern ff?tory add Geoffraphy-Ui
premium, Mist McKain. j
Analysis, Rhetoric and Composition?
1st Premium, Miss Conigland.
Grammar arid Composition-1st
class, lat Premium, Mi? Muldrow ; 2nd
olas?, lat Premium, Miss Lid* Green ;
3rd cleat, lat Premium, Miss Hamer ;
4th class, lal Premium, Miss Maggie
P^tTos^h^,. Chemistry and Astronomy
-lat class, Itt Promium, Mies Kate
Motet; 2pd cliw, Itt Premium, Miss
Muldrow; &rd ?lait, lat Premium,Misa
Hauser . ? '
Exemplary Conduct-lat Hob or
among boarders, Mitt ' Conigland ; 1st
Honor among day Puplta, Mi* Kat? |
Mooes. ; !
land. . V- ... * .
jO^rr-leiJB?on?it;: Mist Rm- ?
: Pc4Ueness-?st Honor, Mis? Conig
French Analysis and Compatit Con
1st claw, lat premium, Mis? Carrie Mo?
ses; 2nd olass, 1st premium, Miei Mc
Italian-let premium, Ml? Carrie
Oil Painting- premium, Misa Cofcicr
Crayon Drawing-lit cl#sa, let premi?
um, Miss Garrie Moses ; 2nd dew, lat
premium, Mies Lottie Oreen.
Pastel and Water Colours-lei olass,
premium, Miso Coo ?gland ; 2nd olass,
premium, Miss MeKain.
Gold Medal awarded to Mis? Kate
Embroidery-premium,; Miss j, Con ig*
Instrumental Music-1st premium,
Vocal Music-Itt premium, M ?ss
Valedictory addresses wore delivered
by Misses Conigland and Kate Moses,
(the graduates) breathing a spirit of
love and gratitude to their teachers, and
affectionate regard for their school?
Bishop Lynoh addressed the pupils
abd audience in a abort and sensible
speeoh, lull of good advice and sound
The exorcises closed with a stirring I
appeal, by Edward Conigland, Esq., an
eminent lawyer of Halifax, N. C., and
father of the yoong lady who distin?
guished herself by her high honors in
the Institution. While we cannot agroe
with the speaker in all he said of this
coll?ge (for we have other honored and
able teachers of our daughters in Sum?
ter,) yet wo fully endorse bis remark,
that the citizens of our town have rea?
son to be proud of St. Joseph's Academy.
We were muob pleased, on Friday
last, to greet as conduotor again, on
the Wilmington and Manchester Rail
Road, Mr. J. J. EVANS. Mr EVANS
is remembered by many of our readers,
in his former connexion with this Road,
and his uniform courtesy and kindness
will induoo them to unite with us in
giving him a hearty welcome back.
Our esteemed friends of tho
Carolina Spartan, Newberry Hera ld and
Union Times will allow us to express
mr appreciation of the kind words re?
cently spoken by them, through thoir
columns, of our unworthy self.
ft?^Messrs. F. II. & J. A. COUNTS-the
former, Secretary and Treasurer, and
the latter, Looal Agent at Alston-of j
the Spartanburg and Union Rail Road,
will please accept our thanks fer the
narked kindness end courtsey shown to
is, whilst recently passing to and from
Spartanburg. No Road of this State
or any other State, can boast more
llover or efficient officers than these.
An esteemed lady friend, near Me
rfianicsville, sends us a tomato, woigh
ng seventeen ounces, ripe, luscious and
cady for tho table. We make our
)olitest bowj whilst we express high
tpprooiation of the remombranee.
FINA BAINS, Ac.
This section was visited, on Monday
ast, by copious showers. Tho season is
ust in time for early corn, whioh may
low bo regarded as safe.
The crop of cotton and corn, of this
icetion, is generally promising.
TBK VANITY OF EARTII.
The brightest rays of genius siuk in
he dark shadows of death ! Fame and
obscurity, pride and lowliness, slcop to
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-What is bettor than a promising
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The oxeemos of our youth ara but drafts on our
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EXCHANGE, Ac-New York Sight, & oft* part
Gold, 112@114; Silrer, 104(g>108.
SOOTH CAROLINA BAHS BILLS,. ,
.Bank of Charleston. ..- <3> -
.Bank of Newberry.M.,U.-@
Bank of Camden.?K^U?.?0@
Baak of Georgetown.....-@7
Bank of Booth Carolina.30(g)
Baak of Chester.8@
Bank of Hamburg ? -.10(Sft
Baak of Bute ot &. 0. prior to 1861....626b
Bank of State of 8. C. Issue 1801 and 1862 42(a) -
.Planters'and M echan Ic?'Bank of Charles-Qa
.People's Bank of Charleston....,.,..-@"
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Exohange Baak bf Colombia.-Cn
Merchants' Bank of Chem?. 6(m
Planters'Bank of Fairfield.<cj -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivablo...pur.
City of Charleston Chango Bills.par.
.Bills marked thus (.) are being redeemed ot
the Bank Counters of each.
Jan 1? ly
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candidate for a seat in tho 'Legislature from
Sumter County, and solloit for him the support
April 13, 1870.
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eonntries, upwards of
THIRTY YEARS I
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trials, but continuos to ocoupy n prominent posi?
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is man recommended to swallow calomel, or bl no
pill, or any other minorai preparation. Tho sick
?ero dlreoted to oal*horbs to .strengthen, them to
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TORPIDITY OF THE LIVER,
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
DISORDERS OF THE URINARY ORGANS,
DERANGEMENTS OF TUB NERVOUS
It PURIFII.S and ENRICHES tho BLOOD, Mts?
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LOTION, AIDS DIOE8TI0N, REGULATES tho DOWELS,
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lt ts NOT a Patent Medioino.
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July 28-ty Sumter, S. O,
THE COPARTNERSHIP between tho un
derslgncd In tho practico of Law and equity,
under tho namo of RICHARDSON ? MOSES,
bas boen dissolved by mutual oonsent.
J. S. G. RICHARDSON,
May Oth 1870.
THE UNDERSIGNED hnro this day formed
a Copar i n on, liip in tho practice of Lnw
under tho name of RICHARDSON <fc SON
Office on Main Stroot in the Town of Sumter.
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Jan ? 23_
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Shoulders, bhdt. and boxes ; Dry Salted
Sides, hhds. and boxes ; Smoked Western
Shoulders, hhds. ,* Smokod Western Rib
Sides, hhds., Breakfast Strips, Hams, cov- J
ered and naked.
JARD-Pure Prime Natural and Extra, in
tierces, bbls. and tubs.
Extra Fine TABLE BUTTER, tnbs.
Boat Faotory CHEESE.
JOFPEES-Java, Laguyra, Rio, all grade* >
FLOU RS-all grades; SUGARS-all grades ;
MOLASSES and SYRUP8-all grades ;
CRACKKRS, all kinds, in bbl*, and
boxes ; RAISINS, Choteo Lern?
ons and Oranges, Bottlod
Ale and Porter, En?
glish and Ameri?
can, In eases
Chewing Tobacco, caddies, quarter and half]
bozos ; Catawba Win?, Choioe Soupper
nong Wine, California Hock Wino,
Clarets, Rasberry Syrup, Black?
berry Brandy, Jolitos, Es
sen cc s, and O roc ors Drugs,
Lyo and Potash,
and a goneral as?
liquors, Groceries, Segars, Tobacco.
For sale at wholosale only, by
ADRIAN & V?LLERS.
H?HT MILES FROM SPARTAN
BURG COURT HOUSE, S. 0.
Veto Furniture-Hotel thoroughly Reno?
vated-New Bedding-New Baths- I
Bowling Alley, and other modes of\
exercise for guests will bc ready for f
visitors, June 1st, 1870.
toard per month.$30 00
'ur week. 10 00
'er day. 2 00
Tho water is Chalybeate, ard is oonl and
lem?n i to tho tn s to. lins proven efHoaoioos in
uring Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Kidney Bis?
ases, Gravol, Dropsy, Dinrrhren, Cutaneous
Lffootions, Chill and Fever, Genoral Dobllity,
nd many othor ills of a kindrod natuie, The
nblo will be provided with tho best the oountry
ffords ; and every attention given to visitors,
alonlutcd to make their stay pleasant.
CABINS TO RENT.
R. C. OLIVER, Proprlotor,
Sparlanburg Court House, S. C.
Juno I, 1370. _
Jener al Life and Fire!
SUMTER, S. C.
AL HE following Companies haring complied j
.-?th thu Law, and doposlted $20,000 eaoh with
he Comptroller General, oder protection to j
onsoholds against loss or damage by fire:
Pheonix Piro Ineuruneo Company, of |
? klyo, N. Y. Cash A ?sota,
Hun tli cm Life Inauranco Company, of I
Vilanta, Qa., Gen. J, B. GORDON,'
^eaideot, M. C.'MORRIS, Seo'ty.
Security Fire Insurance Company of I
if ow Yorkr, Assctta, $2.017.860 81.
German Fire Insurance Company oft
Jew York, Assotta, 1.053.051 ?l.
Georgia Homo Ioauranoe Company,1
Columbus, Ga., Annetta, 408,781 10.
Riohmond .Hanking Insurance Co., of I
.'irginia, Awctts, 270.540 24.
Juno 23 N
I??????L K?i/t ?ft Karoman, -
.^i&tJ'tt?jli?fc v. "
Weald respa?tf.iiy ..ifoU th* .petwn.ga rf bl.
frl?o<H ?4 tb. oubli*. ;..
Stock of Hardware and
.mbraelog every a*Uf)e IB thia Un? of batlow,
wtysh ht intende to ??jil at thf q
I.OWBST PKICB?, *OB CA Sil.
Bo will keep always in ?tore, a completo a?iort
Collin'? Ax??, Amea'Shovel? Md Spade?,
Troco Chain?, Hoot.
Bake?, Pilefa Fork?,
Orala ?radlea, Scythe Dlade?,
POokct and Tabla Gallery,
Braja Proscrving Kettle?,
T?o Wara, Window Ola?.-afl ?laso.
Peroonitn wank o? tho moat eonrtnleot and
economical S tora?, can bo ?uppliod with tba
latent improved pattoma ak price? which cannot
rail to giro entire aaUafaotltn.
Pate & Taylor
HAVE RECEIVED A
JIOUODTIN NEW YORK BY 0KB OF. THE
FIRM AT TUB RECENT DECLINE.
THOSE DESIRING TO PURCHAS
SHE: AND CHEAP
HAD BEST GIVE TUES! A.CALL.
Tboy oro prepared to serre all la- tba boat
manner, and respectfully aoliolt a continuance of
tho la vor? hertoforo io liberally beitewtd.
OPENING OF THE
LATEST STYLES OF
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
SUMTER, 8. 0-,
having recently returned from
New York, annonnoei to ber
friends and tbe pabilo of Sunter,
and tba adjoining eouoltts, that
abo has opened at the above es
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Inolnding all tho LATEST PARISIAN
Satisfaction guaranteed as to the price and
quail ty of Good? purchased ak this establish ment
?S?u Orders from the country will re?oive
BOOTS s SHOES,
MADE TO ORDER.
LTHE SUBSCRIBERS HAY aW
lng removed from Manning,
and loonted themselves lu Wkr
SUMTER, S. 0. W
(at the 014 Telegraph office,) f
CORNER MAIN & DUGAN STB.,
aro prepared to furnish BOOTS and SHOES of
their own manufacture on short notice. .
They guarantee satisfaction In every respect,
and from their long experience in tho balinese,
foel assured that those who onco patronli* tbem
will not fail to call again.
Ordera aolioitod, whioh will be flllod with
promptness, and in workmanlike manner,
of every description on hand and for sale low.
t&f Terms strictly Cash.
Bultman & W?lls,
March 30 . Sin
Fresh ' arivals,
Sumter Book Store.
Wild Lifo under tim Equator, by Dumball lu.
Stories of the Gorilla Country " "
Curiosities of Literature, by DoLiraolll.
Lotbuln, Del.raelll's last new novel. '
Tennyson's Completo Poems, neat oOtlion,
nt $1,25. . V
E. A. Poo's Completo Works.
The Southern (lardner, by W. N. Whit?.
Gimloning for profit, " Henderson.
Pro.- by ter inn, Methodist and Baptist Hymn
Pinning Paper. .
Commoroia! Noto Paper, at 10 ?? 15 ot? pr qr.
Fools Cap Paper, ut 15 ota "
Envolopos nt 5 eta pr bunob.
English Quills, Steel Pons, Ink, Sealing Wax,
Red Tapo, eto,
A. WHITE ? CO.
Juno I Ith.
Bottoms Horse Power.
FOR GINNING, TU RES Ii INO
AND PLANTATION MILLS.
THIS Labor MY taff Mnohino is being
put up by Mr. \V. S. Iloncroy, nt
Charleston. Those winning to purchase
oan pond their orders to W. S. Hooorcy,
Founder and * Machinist, Charleston,
and their orders will bo promptly flllod.
(1?re is an opportunity tosavo half the
nutnbor of mulos, and do twice the
work. Prioo 125 dollars.
A.A. ALLEN, Agont.
Vocal and Instrumental.
The undersigned having taken his residence at
Buintor, will ulm loomis In Singing ami on the J
PIANO and VIOL?N, Ho wlltllkewWe gltelri. |
itruetlonsln FRBNCH, GERMAN ami ARITH?
TUNING OF PIANOS ATTENDED TO.
For furthor particulars, Apply to him st hi?
residence in Karvin Strcot.
ii. c M. Korrr.
.. ~ ? ' - . . .? -, ;.>:.' , i.- - '.' py- ? . - * vV, .A .o- ? o..?vt ^%)!?L ?
A8BET? - W, ;?;^??M?
. .. , . -. . - < ..... Y. -
JBFFRRSO? ?AV?B, P^SiDi?MT. .
W. J. WICK8. First Vf oe-PresMeat.
W. F. ROYLE, Booromry.
-' .. / - , f
I J. t. PE1T?LL., fttoond Vio* Fr**td?ut\
I J. II. EDMONDSON, li"ttvral Ag<nt.-.
_' . * ? <) ?? .? '?>
,-? - - ' ?. o? ~>?J"}? <,;V\J" ?<i^.i-.'ttj
A definite on rh lurrendor Value ls frunranteoH on ?Il polio!** Upired fcy ann piment, of prom*
Um, whiob amount will, at th? option of ibo policy bolder?, bo pawl bUn In cash ?a t>o turren dor ot I
bU polioy, or loaned to blot at tlx par oent. intoro?t to pay bi? futuro premluuu, thereby contiuu- .
lng hU polio/ ia for oe for tbe foll ?meg ut. * 1 ? . v ;-t
With sufficient eapltal for octiro sjourlty, np Life In sum nee Company oflor* superior adrea- :
Ugo* to Ibo Carolina.
AU iU pron ls aro divided among Us polioy holden, In ?lvMen<ti, on Ibo contribution plan.
No rostrloUons on travel or residence In tho Uolted Stute?, Canada or Europe.
All policios non forfeltable after second y'oar.
AU lof ses patd promptly la cash. ,
M. C. BUTLER,
GENERAL STATE AGEJOT, COLUMBIA, ;B. C.
Toilet and Fancy Articles.
A. ANDERSON & CO..
Apothecaries and Chemists,
SUMTER, S. C.
Ara reoelvlng constantly ? full supply of Pure
Drugs and Jhotolcn)-, nud a. well solooted Stoofc
of Fancy Ar ticlos and Perfumery.
A great variety of Toilet Soaps,
Extracts for the Handkeroblef.
Flue Colognes, Foreign and Domestic,
Surgioal Instruments, Trusses, Ao.
All Medicines warranted genuine and of the
very best quality.
PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS, Carefully
compounded night or day. To be found nt night
at tho residence of Mr. Anderson on Main-St.
A. ANDERSON, - A. J. CHINA, RI. D
HAVING REMOVED to Corner of Malo
and Republioan Streets, and thoroughly
revised ?ad renovated my Stook, I eau offer to
tty customers and tho pnblle generally, at floe
AN ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED
Aa can ba found in this>market.
Comprising moat of tho popular
PJiilotoken or Fomalo Friond,
Mystio or Female Regulator,
Ayer'a Cherry Peotoral,
Wlatar'a Balsam. Wild Chorry,
Hembold'a E? traot Buohu,
Simmoba' Liver Invlgorator,
Sandford'* Liver Invlgorator,
Hall's Hair Renowor,
Stafford's Olive Tar for oolds, oougha and
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,
Russell's Soothing Cordial, without' 'ano?
Holloway's, Van Dcuson's and Hurley's
Worm Candy, with all tho Vermlfugee.
A complota aeaortroent of
PERFUMKKY, TOOTH BRUSHES AND
A choioo article of COLOGNE, of our own manu?
facture, wliioh we can aoll cheap-with all other
artioloa which should be found in a
Well Regulated Drug Store.
Janl6-tf ' J. F. W. Pr.TjqftUE.
AND FISH, in great variety,
ORANGES and LEMONS.
Flour, Lard, Sugar, .Coffoo, Bacon
Catsups, Pepper Sauce,
&c, ile, it c.
Almonds and Raisins,
Kino Segars and Tobacco.
Bolted Meal and Grist,
FRESH FA MI L. Y* SUPPLIES, .
Received overy week, at
JOHW S? IIUGIISON'S,
Under thc Photographie, (taller]/
The State of South Carolina,
Hg C. M. Hurst, Judge, of thc Court nf
Probate for said Cotintg.
WHE?EAS Aloxtnricr Durlty tins applied
to mo (or Lcttors ?if Administration, willi
will annexed, on nil and singular tho goods and
ihattels, rights ?ml crodiis of Ozius MatLis,
leoeasod, of said County.
These are thoroforo to cito and admonish All
md singular, tho kindred and creditors of the
laid dehoMSod, lo ho and appear bol'oro mo, at our
text Court of Probate for tho said County, tu be
tolden nt H H m inr Court House, on the 24tliday of
lune, to slieir CUUKO, if any. why tho said
idininirtirnii.il> should uot bo gruutod.
Ulvou iindoi my Haud and Seal of*oflleo, this
Ith day of June, in the year of our Lord,
>ne thousand oitflit hundred and seventy, and in
ho tittil year ol' American Inil?>|>yi<donro.
0, ll. HU HST,.
June 8- 2iJ .lulj;e of the Court of Probate
-AND- _ -
KY*J?L ASS ES.
LORSCH'* PATENT INTER Ol? A N A II Ll?
(lolit, Silver. Stool ami Rabber Franni.
Periscopio, Convex and C?ncavo Lohres,
Cntat'a-t .m? <:.,ioreu L<:D*II>. of/irtl Sim l t
Miiiili cr r.
TUR ADVERTISER BROS TO CAT,t AT?
TENTION TO HI? STOCK OF THE BUST
A FINS ASSORTMENT OF
PERFUMERY, SOAPS, TOILET POWDER
Puff Boxea and Puffs,
Shaving Crcakn and Brothes,
Infant Bra she?.
Tooth and Nail Brushes,
-'. All at McKAQBN'8.
PREPARED CAREFULLY AT ALL HOURS,
_By I. A. MoKAQBN.
WHISKEY and WINES,
_ Sold at MoKAQBN'S.
Nutmegs ana Popper.
_At MoKAQBN'S Drag Sf re.
KEROSINE OIL, Lamps, Burners, Chimney
Wlohs, Ae.,_At MoKAQBN'S.
LARGE and FRESH SUPPLY OF
_ Forsaloby . MoKAOEK.
MILLER'S ALMANAC for 1870
_ At McKAflBN'S.
A FINE SEGAR
CAN BE HAD
Feb lfl_ AtMcKAGEN'S.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Now Imo tn Store a Large and Careful?
ly soiectod Stock of
Spring and Summt?r Goods,
WHICH -HE GUARANTEES AS REPRE?
SENTED, SUCH AS
CLOTHING -Fino, Medium und Common,
Cloths nnd Cassirnurcs,
Gloves nnd Crarats, '
lino Lot T vii cds,
llruwn Linens, ?tc.
which he pledgOS hiiusolf lu .?eil loner limn any
ither lionne in town fur onth.
N O. 8
TIIE ONLY STRICTLY
Grocery and Liquor UOUNC
rll K V N D E li SIGN B D , hrr.9 leave lo
cull ?ho nneut?, n of hi-i fiki..ta .md lIlO
lublio gutturally tu his
NEW AND WELL SHLKCTKD'
Bteavy and Fancy Groceries
Vb loh ho attora low for CA81I ONLY.
V?t- All anieles warranted ns rt?otnnienrird
fiiT* Pure Mod?olual Liquor. Ko|.t sonslanll)
J. If. ttttflUIAIW.
April 13 ,f
U.SPFUIITLLY OFt TK;; HIS ?-i:?. VTt l :i
Land Surveyor, in Sum?
All iiUi-luo.<? of tltni kimi if'vcii u !l r*>c*lv?
m.tupi nitwnil >u if ri.l.hc*?o I i.i ?v .nl.m....
?Mi-*?, oV?u hi.i,r..r.l Sfujn^fc'p, n v?., o'imdtfni