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WASHINGTON, May 5.
Gen. Lee, accompanied by his daugh"
ter, arrived at Alexandria, IIns morning
and proceeded to the residence of a kins.
man. There was i'o demonstration, a:
it was understood that it would displeast
WASIIINGTON, May 6.
Delano decides that heads undei
which telegraphic despatches are writ.
ten involve a contract and require a
revenue stamp. The telegraph com
P panics will contest the decision.
This evening's Star says President
Grant haq instructed Canby to submit
the Virginia Constitution on the last
Tuesday in June or the 1st Tuesday
in July. Canby's re-organization of
Virginia divides the State into twen.
ty-seven military commissions.
Rear Admiral Bradford, of the
flag-ship Franklin, at Cadiz April 17
states that he found at Li,bon th<
British channel squadron, consisting
of eight powerful iron-c' Is, some of
p them having a speed of urteen knot:
under steam alone. The Spanish
iron-clad frigate Victoria sailed fron
Cadiz for Havana, April 14.
Yesterday, Gen. Lee visited Johr
Janney, Esq., President of the Vir
ginia Convention which passed the
secession ordinance, and who present
ed the sword to Leo in behalf of th<
people. The interview was affecting
Janney is now quite old infirm.
The Union League delegation whici
visited Grant yesterday, including
Governors Newell, of New Jersey
and Holden, of North Carolina.
Their object was to strengthen and
hold together the Republican party
and its principles, and secur- a n earl:
restoration of all the Sta . They
assured President Grant of tie cordial
support of the League and their in
tention to do all in their power ti
make his administration a success.
The President expressed his gratifica
tion, and promised to do all in him
power to deserve their good opinion.
WAsiNGTON, May 8.
Butler's lawyers, in the Kimberly
case, at Baltimore, claim fees from the
Fifty army officers, consolidated ou
of office, have been appointed Indian
agents at the former salaries.
The Pressident has decltned to see
Simms, whose appointment to th(
Savannah post oflice he refused t<
Whiskey is being rapidly withdraws
The President orders General Rey
nolds to retain officers consolidated
out for civil officers in Texas, Rey
nolds having avowed his inability t<
find suitable persons who could take
the test oath.
The Spanish Legislation is urging
the Executive to issue a proclamation
of neutrality in Cuban affairs.
The Commissioner of Revenue de
eides that liquor dealers who sel
over and under five gallons must pay
a tax both as retailers and wholesalers
The Spanish Minister informs the
Socretary of State that the steamei
Quaker City is about sailing, with
supplies for the Cubans. Thereupon
the Secretary of State requests th<n
Secretary of' the Navy to proven
violations of the neutrality laws o
NKew Yonx, May 4.
Muimlcr, the spi ratual phiotographist
has been discharged.
CrIIIA oO, May 4.
Ad vices from the Indian country, re
ceived at Sheridan's headquarters, sa,
that everything that has beenh done ti
ma'ko peace wit.h the Sioux ais a natiot
;s an entire failure ; thme indians are juls
as far from peace to day as they wern
two years ago.
RICNMOND, May 4.
Joseph Hiolmes, a colored membei
of the late Constitutional Convention
was killed at Charlotte Court Hous
yesterday. A personal difficulty oc
curredl between him and Mr. Joi
Marshall, son of Judge Marshall, o
whose family Holmes was formerls
body servant. Both parties drev
pistols and commenced firing, which
Swas participated in by Marshall'
friends. After being ahot, Holmei
walked into the Court House and fel
Gay. WVells is out in a letter, sayinf
that he has never been satisfied thai
the disfranchisement clause would ac
comnplish the object for which 'it wai
framed, and if a majority of the pee
pie vote against it all ought to asseni
to the decision, Hie adds: I believ<n
that whichever sections of the consti
tution the President prefers to hav<n
stricken out he will submit separately
and the probabilities are that th<
weight ef his name will be such thai
'Y the previsions so submitted, separate
ly, will be defeated.
.RIOJIMOND, May 6.
. Both parties arc preparing for an ac
tive campaign. Jas. HI. Plamtt, Jr., o
tile Welln party, was tnanimouslv nomi
nated to-day, by the Coinvention'in Pe
tersburg, for Congress, from the Sen<
Congressional District. Charles WV
Boum Lz has b)een agreed upon for Con
gressman at large on tihe Walker ticket
Both the candieates will stump thn
State in a few days.
A State convention of colored. me:
will asst.mb,le here on the 27th inst. t<
cmisider the total exclusion of coloret
citizens fromi any position of trust o:
prolit, and from the jury box.
One of the men charged with thn
murder of Holmes, at Charlottesville
hans been arrested.
Six ty iammigranuts arrived here to-dai
from Holland, en rote for the interior
RIOIHMOND, May 8.
Gen. Canby has fixed on the first Tues.
day in July for the elections.
HAVANA, May 8.
The journals repoit several small en.
gagetents, claiming a victory for the
Spaniads. )ulco, with a battalion of
volunteers, visits Matanzas on Sunday.
Dulco replhes to the meeting of weal
thy Spaniards, in their dematid for more
troops from Spain, and pleads the pov
erty of the Government. Insurrectioin
ary demonstrations are reported in the
Vuelt.o Abajo district. Mobolized ne
gro volunteer: at Nuevitas are becom
ing quite insubordinate and threnttning.
New York Market.
Naw Yoni, May 8 P. M.
Cotton firm ; sales of 2,200 bales,
281. Gold 1.38.
CnARLES:roN, May 8.
Cotton qiiet, but steady ; sales 400
bales-niddlings 271 ; receipts 575.
LI.:rool., May 8.
Cotton opens dull--uplands 11 ;
WA-r WAn WiTH ENGi.AND, wtt.r.
COST, -A Washington correspondent
of the New York Times writes as fol.
A leading member of the Senate For.
eign Relnions Committee, in a recent
conversation on the subject of the AIn
banm claiims and the probabilities of
a war with England, scouted the latter
proposition as utterly absurd and pre.
posterous. Among the reasons advanc.
ed by him against a war with England
Fiest. it would necessarily be a naval
war, for the invasion and conquest of
Canada would be only the work of a
week. Being a naval war, the destrnc
tion of the commerce and shipping of
both countties would be almost the only
result. England has three ines the
number of steam vessels that we have,
all her passenger and mail steam ships
being available at twenty four hours'
notice as a war flotilla.
Second, a war with England would
cost the United States at least ,2,000..
000,000, which would eventually end
in repudiation. Meanwhile the inciden.
tal loss end sufering to both countries
would be incalct.lable.
Third, the United States cannot
afford to hold the British North Ameri
can possessions as conquered provinecs.
Four millions of discontented people on
the North, and as many millions more
on the South would produce a state of
affairs anything but pleasant.
These in bri' f are a few of the reasons
which render war wit. England impos.
.- - . - .a- ._.
Tta BABY Snow.-The Savannah
News says that the baby show on Sat
urday last "was a most. successful exhi
bition. there being over three hundred
babies, between the ages of one month
and two years, present. It was a grat,i
fying evidence of the truth of the re
mark made some years ago, that if a
man md wife desired to be 'blessed,'
they h:id only to come to Savannah.
SB'it with all the army of beautiful, hap.
f.y babies in memory, ihis local must
say that le doesn't hlke babies of an
iearly age-they always cry and bury
heir fingers ini his whiskers when lie
kisses them to please their mothers.
IHe, as is the case withI some o:,ber
young men lie wots of. likes babies of
alarger growth-say from sixteen to
twent.y years of age--they don't, pnil
one's wvhiiskers when thev are kissed, and
- if thney cry out, they generally take care
that an audience of only t,wo hears
"CJrAur.as-roN HIATr.NG Us .,r.h
Cincinnati Times of the 30th ult., says :
"T1he cap:talists of Charleston, Sounth
Carolina, are vigorously pushing on the
Bhme Ridge Rail Road. It is designed
to connect Charleston wvith Knoxville,
and thence with Cincinnati. The State
has invested about t,wo-fiiftihs of its en
tire cost, besides authorizing the loan of
the State credit for theo comnplet.ion of
the road. Thus they are pushing for the
NorthI, while we are puishmng for the
South. Ta'ilk about, a North and a
South, and about tnaligtiityv bet,ween the
t wo sections!f Phie w--th e iron horse
will blowv it all away, andl soon. in~ a real
sense, we will 'know no North, no
The New York Iherald talks "Big
IInjun," and says : "'It will be seen
that the Alabama claims difficulty
must soon come to an issue-an issue
either by peaceful arbitration and the
footing up and prompt payment of our
bill of damages, or war. To England
we tender the choice. Whieb will
she accept 1 Our people are aggriev
ed, but prepared to settle the dispute
Harper's Weely, the blaekest of
Mongrel sheets, says : "One won
der is that the Souith does not rebel
anew when one considers the misera.
ble vermin who have been sent down
there as Government officials."
Judge Green has followed thne head
of.Judge Carpenter in deciding that
the Homestead law does not proteet
from levy and sale any land when the
judgment is older than the law.
The Cubans are oper'ating with lit
tle or no unanimity of action or plan,
and it is, perhaps) theirs greatest
weakness, apart from the immediate
want of arms and ammunition.
Reliable advices fronm Florida mnen
tion the appearanee of the cotton eat
erpillar in that section, and telegrams
announce that the genuine cotton cat
erpillar is at Oetla, Pla.
The Richmond .Enguirer says :
"There is no finer exercise for a young
woman's lungs tl an churning." How
would a little t.alkn lAg do
BUTLER W ATCING SC IIENCK.
Washinglon, April 30.-B3utlors's
friends are looking sharply after
Schenek's traveling committee. They
assert that Schenek has already drawn
from the contingent fund of the House
ten thousand dollars to cover the cx
ponses of the grand summer trip.
This ia doubtless an exaggeration;
but the expenses of the traveling oom
mnittees will be enormous. The
only one that has hard work to do is
the Committee on Elections, which is
compelled, by order of the House, to
investigate the conduet of elections in
seven districts--five in Louisiana and
two in South Carolina. But two
members could be found willing to go
to Louisiana, and the Speaker relect
ed a third member out-sido the com
Inittee.-W Ja hinylon dispa+tclt Spring
ANTI-GRANT RIAICAI. SIENATORs --
A Washington letter says: "Parson
Brownlow, Senator, Spralue, Senator
Fowler, Senator Ross, and Senator
Shurlz are known to be in unconcealed
antagonism to the President. The
bone of contention in the case of the
first as of the last, is division of inter
est and sentiment upon the question of
patronage for their States. Mr. Brown
lown's defection is recent but will not
end, and is marked by all the impe
tuosity of his temperament. The two
others are sincerely believed not to
be in harmony with the prospective
policy of the administration. Very
few Senators, in truth, are with the
President. These, however, have open
ly broke with him. The departure of
others is only a question of time, and
of very short time.
We have heard of an amusing in
stanoe of how General ( rant was flank
ed by an applicant f .r a position a
short time since. A gentleman called
on him, asked him for an office, was
desired by the President to produce
his recommendations, and drew from
his pocket a letter written some three
years ago to President Johnson strong
ly urging him for a place, with the
significant signature at the bottom,
"U. S. Grant." The result we do not
know, but can imnagine.-Atchison
A NEGRo's OPINION OF FERTILIZEnS.
-A negro recently visited an estab
lishment where samples of fertilizers
were exhibited for sale. After smell
ing the several kinds, he inquired,
"Mister, dis yer here de ting you put
on cotton to mak urn grow ?" Upon
being answered in the affirmative by
the proprietor, the negro replied,
"W roll, I aint wunder ! Do ting stink
so, cotton want to git way from um !"
Constable Hubbard was arrested in
on Thursday morning last, upon the
charge of Keys, of hamburg, for false
imprisonment, Ho gave bail to the
sum of $5,000 for his appearance at
the next Court of common Pleas and
General Sessions, for Edgcfield Dis
An Indiana man advertises his wife
as having deserted him just at the
time of commencing summer work,
after he had been at the expense of
Henry Ward Boeher- advices poor
young men to marry and run in debt
for- a farmi.
Senator Pomneroy is going to preach
female suffrage in Brigham Young's
tabernacle at Salt Lake.
Thbe Georgia crop accounts are fa
voraible for the whole State.
Rabbs !rmproved Hill-side arnd
SUB-S I PLO .
IE susrbris happy
- oaiue to thme
plamniers that ho has receiv
el a patent for his IPRIOVE~D PLOW.
Although the acason~ is too far spent for
turnmig anid sub-~.soiling, lhe st ill faesh c'
himself (lint lie has a P'low, which, fromi is
peculiar consuc-utien, is adapteud to the
wvanis of the planters even at this season,
and during thie c'ultiv-ation of uthe crops.
Being double-fooledl, ditferent kinds of
plows may bie used on the sao stock, a
small one for running next the plant. aind n
larger- one for breaking out thme middles,
both feet may be iuscd at the same time withi
bull tongues attached, which makes a corn
plete implement for covering corn, those
dif'erent chianges arc maJo wvithout the
slightest inconvenience to thie ploughmai-.
I have nassociaied withl inc iAln. W. A.
Mv.nony, of Mocksville, N. C., who is well
known as a reliable business man, and we
expect soon toe conmmence the mnnfaemure
of (lie above named Plow-we will sell
Statoor County rights, and would solicit.
from the planters a trial of our Plow. Ad
dress WV. 8. R A IlB,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Or W. A. AIERONEY,
apI 24-8m* Mooksville, N.C.
Barrels Extra Fine
Family Flour just
received, and will be
sold at Cost for Cash.
JOHN D., McCARLEY.
M8. J. D. MeCARLEY had just received
a fiae assortment of MillInery Goods, whloh
ihe offers at Cost for Cash. Also one Atie
Plano andi on. large Mirror.
1 N accordanoo with a Joint Resolution of
. the Setnte and h ouse of Represutatives,
authorizing the State ''reasurer, tc appor.
tion to tihe several Counties tihe amount rals
ed by order of Gen. Canby, for the supper
of tho Free Schools, has been paid to pi
to pay the clains of all Teach era for ser
vices rendered in this county during, thc
year comneneing O,tober 31at, 1807, aftei
said olniins shall have' been certified to 1)3
the Sohool Cotnmissioner, and approved by
the Stnte Superintendent- of Eduontion,
Provided, all such claimts shall be presented
for payment, on or before hlie 30th day of
Junie 18tV). JNO. IV. CLARK,
may 8 County Treasurer.
Ileadquiartors S. C. Militiat.
AtJr. Ast INSst-:ConT-OSsFnIAL's OrricE,
Co.ut rta, S. (., May 8, 180t).
(LO).W l:i 1. ORDERS NO. 1.j
SUUll cit in of this State ns are com
t prised within the following cinsses, nti
desire to be exemnpted fromn services in thc
M ilitii, ncerding with the provisions of as
Act entitled "Ain Act to orgatize and gov,
ern the iilitia of the State of 8itnth Caro,
linn," approved March 16. 18691. are hereby
ins'rnited to forward to this oflic , inmte
diately upon the promulgation of this order,
applicatio,s for exetn;,itiont:
1. liegulinrly tdmnined or licensed mtini
ter, ancd preathers f tihe Gorpel.
I. Clerks and emplo) ees in public offices,
Justices of the l'ence, or Magistrtes, Shier.
i114, 'oroner., Constables, Civil oficers of
the Umitel States, Ferrymten employed at
atny ferry on a pvst road. and AMillers
II. All persons entettaining conscien
tions scrnples against bearing aris, prac.
ticing physicinns, professors, teachers and
students in colleges, academies atnd cormimon
IV. Persoms regularly and honornbly dis.
charged from the army or navy of the Unit
ted States, in consequence of the perform.
tnce of Military or Naval duty, in ptrsu.
tcnce of any law of this State ; amid all per.
sons who now are (or hereafier mnay b ) ne.
live ituimbers of regulurly incorpotated fire
V. Commissioned oflicers who shall have
served as such in the Militia of this State
(previous to the 20th tiy of Decenmber, A.
D. 186),) or in any one of the United States,
for the space of seven years. (ut no such
officer shall be exempt unless his resigna.
tion, after such term of service, has been
nccepted, or in some other lawful manner
he shall have been honorably discharged.)
Vi. Idiots, inati.s, paupers and persons
convicted of infamous crimes.
Sic. 2. All applications for exempticn
mutst be made upon the aflidavit of the ap
plicantt, and shall distinctly set forth the
name. occupation, ago and residence, (if in
a County, town or viilinge, the name of the
t ownsiip ; if it a city, ie warid,) of sitci
Se. 3. Applications from clerks or em
ployees it public offices mtst., in all casis,
be ccompanied with crlificates from their
respective chiefs or employers.
Svc. 4. Applications for the exemption
of idiots, lunatics and paupers must be
made by their '-next friend,-" upon his afQi
davit, and m,,st he accompanied, in the two
first cases, by tIe certificate of the attend
By order ef His Excellency the Com
mander-in-Chief. F. J1. M1OSE:S, J.l.
Adjutant and Inspec'or General.
W E are now prepared to show one o
the most complete stcck of Spring and Sum.
mer Goods ever offered in this market,
Bishop and Victoria Lawn, Jaconet Cam
brics, Clecked and Striped Cambrics, Plain
anid Dotted Swiss Muslin, Hair Cord Mus.
lin, Bobinete, Whmite and Coloredi Brilliats,
Bird Eye Diatpe'r, luasia Diaipetr, &c,
Englishm and .\merican Calicoes an:i Ba.
reges, Lento Mualins,Grenadtines, Organdiies,
P'rinmted Mulslinsi, Frenlch ('ambrics, &e.
Bleached and Blrowmn ilomnespmns, Chmecked
and Stripped, Ilickory St ripes, Demains,
Cobbonades and Domestic G inghmams,
Shmoes in large variety. Hats of all
styles. Give uts a call.
Goods at the Lowes$ Prices.
LADD B11O0. & CO.
W. W, KETOHIN,
WA 11O has just. rceived dlirect frotn New
TVYork, a full, varied and complete as
eortment of Grocorios, flardware, &c.
Consist,ing inf Part of
5,000- lbs. Bacon, 1,000 bushmels Corn, Sn.
gar, Coffee, Lard, Ilyson Tea, Black Tea,
Shoes, Crockery, Tiniware, Wookeuwar.e,
Brade's Crownt loes, Chewing TVoltaco, No.
I and 8 Mackre'l, &e. Whmicht he proposes
to soll as cimeap for easht as any othey mter
chtant in town, mar 24
LOOK BIlFORB YOU1 LEAP.
I NSURE your lives. - Earaine clusetf
Land sea that tihe
Equitable Life Insurance Co.
Is ahmoad of any company in ih0 United,
permits you to travel anywhere In the Uni
ted states, by sea or railroad ' . ,
'the following are the names of somo par.
tied Insured in Fairnoeld to which we *efel
Gen John Beat ton, Sampel Catheary .
II L Elliott, Esq,. BLob A .Jlerron,.
Rev TI W Erwin, RekQt 8 Ketoh)n
S A Brice, Thos.P Mtehelf,
Ca pt S B Ciowney, PIerre BA'ot,
0 A Woodward, Mrs t 0 Mobley,
Capt I II Means, - -W W BIlee
WV W Keotohin, .Jno A Fraser,.
Capt E J Means, Dr PavidiMeans,
And a boat of others. Oat1 aud gt r
JOHN P. MATTffEWSd'8
.ap1 10, - ..Agaa,
A A G E and well seleoted Stock
Spring an] Summer Dry
Of the Latest Styles, just opened.
A LS ,
73 D. %. Biades and otbet [l,es, and
a large assortnent for general Hard
ware. Low for Cash.
ICetchin, McMaster & Brice,
WINNSBOIlto, 8. C.
The Fellow that Looks Like
In sad'dispair I wander.
And scorce know what to do,
For those lonesome mouths ae coining on
Vt htn ':ustoters are few.
But I've this cor.solation lerl,
Tho' few perchance they be,
Among the few, that some will call
On the fellow that looks like me.
For this fellow that looks like me they sa.y,
[Ias many things that's fine,
Such as Maderia, lalaga,
With Port and Sherry Wine.
lie's Whiskey too, thait's bound to please,
So you need not fearful be,
Of any of the goods you buy
From the follow that looks like me.
lie's good Fobacco antid .Segars,
With Porter, Ale and in,
As well as very fine old Cern,
l'hat lntely has come in.
He's Ol Tom London Uordinl Gin,
And \ignum Bonum Itye,
With Mogenthropen Bitters fiue,
Whioh all for health should try.
in f et lie's every thing In fine,
That in a Bar should be,
So just call round and see this ohap,
Who's just. the image of me.
When friends fall out, and they to law,
For setllement resort,
They'd better first my Liquor try,
For its no the afighting sort ;
But piece and quietness does reign,
And friends enntt disagree,
If they will drink the Whiskey sold
By the fellow thut's just like me.
But I must close, yet era I lo,
This trhth I'd tell to thee
That in my Shanty you cnn find
''his fcllow that's just like me.
Yes 1'm1 the chap and the only one,
That's addressed these lines to thee,
And you cannot find henenth the Sun,
A fellow that.'s more like me,
Than yours respectfully.
apr 13 A. P. MiLLER.
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.6 Equty maei head(sstdo5
allpesos avngclits agint heEs
Wie of N. 4, Peay~~.d', .r.reurdo
to hesapebeor,m9 o o. 9treth
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7 o h lr f'h otio 01
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EMato of N. A .os dc. F, -
/10 TV 7( SUISIST YoUR FA.
AND SAVE MONEY !
BU t' YOUR VROCERIES
JOHN NCINTYRE & Cf
Wl 10 have the largest and finest assot
mont of Groceiies they have ever h
fore offered, and as cheap as oau be boug
Desides to suit tho wants of tho count
generally, they are pleased to otter a re
excellent stock of 1oots, Shoes, Ilardwai
Dry 0ouds and Clothing.
Our goods are numorous, well selecte
fresh, have beeu hought for Cash, and w
be sold at small advamces for Ca,sh.
"d"' Freuch . anudies, Cocanut Cren
&c. mar 2,
A LL ~NOTICE.
LL persons are eattioned ngaint trc
:. passing In any way, night or day,
my Plantation on Jackson's Creek.
aprl 21 -x2 PATRICK l1ASTINW).
A Pretty Assortment of Ladles
Bleached tind B'own IIomespull
Mens Hats and Cap,
LAtDS IN RITS, AND 11AMS.
Call and see.
'T110MION & WOODWAtD.
1)ARIRELS of old Cabinet Whiskey, pm
and Genuine. In order to prevent
from being robbed or watered on the wa;
it came to us enclosed in an over cask, i
have tow on hand a full supply of all kiln
of best Wines and Liquors, Ale, Porter at
Lager Boer, which wo will be pleased
furnish our customers with whenever It
may think proper to give us a call. Also
well aelected stlck of Family Oroceric
Consisting of seveyal different brands
I"atmily Flour, Sugat, Coffee, Rice, linco
Lard, Fish, Tea, tundles, Soap, t:tarc
Sardines, Oysters, 'rackers, laisins, Pie
los, Molasses, l'opper, Spice, Nutmeg GI
ger, Mace, Citron, Currents, Sauces of
kinds, Tobacco, Segars, &c. All of whi
we will sell low for Cash.
E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
t ar i; )
A Lot of Superior Corn and 1
direct froma the
"Old North State Distillery,
GROOT, KUCKi, & CO., Props.
The above Whiskeys are WVA11RANTE~
PERtFECTLY P'URE, being matnnf'atur,
expressly for Ithe Southetn tmairket. A
corders promnpt.ly attendled to, Samples or
be seen at my store, at the old1 stand.
W. M. NELSON,
Watches Jewelry and Clocki
A NOTiTER asaaottnr.ent of the above nan
ed articles, just received. Al on a fit
let of Box Bireast Pine. My motto is quk
sales anid smanl profits.
Next door to Col. Rion's.Ouie.
110! FOR ELDER'S
r lIE antbscr'iber respeelfully anrrofnce
tiat ho his reeturned wIth a full Stoc
of GJ"ooeries, Dry Goods, $ootsa, Shoes, Mi
hinory Goodse, &o.. whiieb he will soil at h
usual low prices,
Ifis-MullInery Departmaent will be uinda
the mnagement of his a'isa.er. Mars. Sha1i
who, with orspetent assistants, will endem
vor to give t,atisfect Ion- end keep up wit
thea as i one.
1dis unstrpssed Labor4Saving Machine
snob as VI'oth.es Washers, Churns,.Doug
Kneaders, &o.,. together with isi usu
.stook of Furnuiture, Reparing, 4,0., will r
olto. olose attentIon.
verylbh tg Varrented as representqd,
taken baclc. Call snd see t' yottelf.
Extra Family Flour.
60'barrels Extra Fatally Floatr, just r
iv44d hin wll b. .eold.at upusual ho
pren -A IJbant dis...t,. vaoU,..Ia
The Fa.sest 1oute Nortlh or South,
0ia Charlotte &S; C. and' U -
' IIilIhI & Augustl lailronds.
CI1AN(1E OF SCIIEDULl.
)( Co'.uMnt ., April 10, 18U>9.
and after SuoI:av. the Iith inst., the
l at+il 'Tratini ovei thuse Roads will run
as fullows :
ouv N03 oltTt.
. I.Leave (Iran iteville at
Leave C:oliibulia 20 ) nt
htL 11iwilburu, :L.:,'J 1, 111
Chester. 60 p n
y Ct:l:e,8 p in
ry " reensboro, 1 00 a l
Arrive at Rtiiiou, Va. IU.02 i In
atking close connection lire, with traiii
fo the1i N ort hi.
ill C'OhISU souP nl.
i ~Lave New York, 3.40 p in
1'hilndielphmini, 12.15 p ml"
13,tlituuIre, 4.15 it lit
1%,williugtun, 7.00 a a
9- 6 l't 11 b rtr1 00 a ml
;hes.re, w it Ins
, fo t iihe io. J.&7 Nr in
AIive at 'orlimkn 12.00 p m,
Arrive at ituiteville a 4.10 p..
AN A('CMODTiinoTr IN WILL ItC AY4
\lvtid.t)", 11edeAicstly" amid h"rid.,yi.
L" Wshuingiu, 7.00 i I
" ieensburo, 11.16 a mI
" ('he~ster, 1.60 p i
Ariv e at (l;hiu"lutIe, 0.30 p III
Lea" Charlot'y, G.45 a mt
''Chester, 11.00 a in
"Wiinnsboro, 2.00 p it
Arrive at Culuimbia, 12.00 1n
i udts Wed iuay paderiod,ys
"n'eser 1 50pJ
Ai a0UT1 CAROIN A RA LOAD
" Chnrlesten, 8. '., April 10, 18.
1s N atlitiifien Sundalzy, April 11t1h, the
0n".asseniger TIriu i tI thle 8outIIi C2aroli
t1 l ailroad wvilIli) runs followvs, viz
La in Charleslon, 8.00 pt m
, Arrive at Augumbi, -1."5 p n
onnti ng withi 'rrni rifopr Montgomery,
r,. Mcnpiai, Nasllville' and NwOlas i
aIutgoinery andi (lraun .1Jnnot iolt.
s -:N nA. r 'ultTi cT. riP
Ch atn, C'.n,Ail 0,188
f Leave Charlestoi, 8 .0 a m
Arrive at ('uguia, G.It p in
1, Connecting with ilniing lon ami Man
,hestr Iailrotl, Illot ad aN Ooutrs Ca
n, tolimea rtyilioad, a.I lanln nction.
It Fo>r Carltioa.
Leave glstoa, 8.00 a m'
I. Arrive at Carlestoi, 6.10 p ii
Le, v Conecin wi4h pimntnadMn
l,l Arrive at Cha Charston, 6.10 o in
Ativ tquhaleton,Vqh h'rr.1pm
Lnave Cha'lelston, 7.110 p at
Arrive at Auguisn, 0.10 a in
Connecting Wit hI Tralin for Memiphis,
N.ishvillo and New U.tleans, via Grand Junc
Learo A ugint, 4.10 p m
Arrive at CharlCsttn, 4.00 a mn
Cobumii,i 11'iht ErpIress.
Leave ('harlleston, 6.05 p m
Arrive at I olubia, 446> a i
Conmecting (Sunlays excepted) with tho
,iroeeville and Colulbia atililroad.
0 LeavoColm bia, 6.60 p n
.\rrivea Charlo.-slton, 5.30 a
l,eavo Charleston, 8.35 ps m
Arrivo am Sumrmnrvillo, 6.110 p nw
Leave Sum mervillo, 7.10 a m
yArrive at Charleston, 8.25 a us
Cajmde.n an<l (Olum,I,ia )'asunger T roan.
Oni 'a%!ondays, Wedn:esdauys and 8atir
dayn, connmectinsg at. Kingsvillo with uip amnd
down lDay P'aissgerd.
Leave Canuton, 0 35 a ms
j) Arrivo nt Cumbisia, 11(1(0 a mi'
Leave Cotinbia, 2.21) p in
'.1 Arrivo at Camdca,. 7.05 p niP
ii ap ~ ~ 1. . EAKE. (Gen'1 bSup't.
"SOUJTiiCA R OLIN A
LOAN & TRUST COMPANY,
AUTJI0IlIZED CAPITALi, FIVE MIILION
L Present Limit... .$500,000,
t ['II oflice of this company is niow opened
.1. at. No. 19 Broad Stroot (South WVesmern
linilroadl Ilank) for theo receipt of DepuositA,
D)iscountr of Paper, Purrchaseo and Salo of
Exchansge, and te transaction ot' a Gene
Interest, allowed on Deposits upon forms
estnbilishied lby the board of Directors.
iie Company is also a legal depository
r~ moey pnid Into Court, will receivo Rec
en gistry and Transfer Books, aot ais agent to
k pay Cotiponis anid Dlividends, andc as Trustee
In Railroad Mortgages.
Win C lie,. of Wmn C hoe & Co.; A S
... ->hson, of Johinsoun, Crows & Co.; Robt
Mure & Co.; W 11 Williarns, of WY D WVI
liamsg & Hon: E II Frost, of Frost & Adger,
J B Adger, or J E Adger & Co , IIenry
Goumrdi. of G4onrdimi, ?tlatthlessen & Co..
U.corge L. Uisa., of Buist, & heist; C 0
Metmminger', of Mommningtr, Jorvey &
Pinckne.W T1 .1 Kerr, of Tr J Kerr & Co.; 3
D Aiken, 61 J D) Aiken & Co.; Jolhn Camp
son, of' Camapsen & Co iA P Caldwell, of P.
a & A P Cald wall; WV K Ryan, J1 T1 WVelsman,
k 1D O'Noeil,4 J Gregg, 0Graniteville, 8. C.
I- For furt Tier informatilon nddress
a dlEO. 8. C2A ME RON, President.
TIJOS. R. W A RING, Cashier.
Charleston,8S. C., March 12, 1869,
Campsen Flouring Mills,
I4 Marke; 81, Opposite 'Abale Street,
' JOHN CA.SE &0
80 EAST BA L COftNE ATLANTIC WlHARE
.ClIARLES8TON. 8. (I
1R A IN,'JI,&y, Flor,s and Cmnasion Mer
S, 'T ohsantis. Alto, Mannfacturors of Orist
b~ Meal. A largo stock of Northern, South,
al erfi and C'n mpsen Mills Flour, always on
-hand at lowest miarliet rates,
ORIAKOES,E.MONS tApple, Gingerufs
JNovelty Cakes, t(l0s, Irish Potates,
.Candly, &e, a tresh sg ply. Call andsee~
w fortyoursely4e'. . -
deic 24 IflcIT'i (1 i"