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MADRID, May 18.
The amendment requiring the Kin
to be a native of Spain, was rejectec
A majority of the Cortes fearing
civil war, seem willing to accept.
MADRID, May 22.
The Cortes voted for the monarch
after a long debate-217 to 70. Tc
pete favors Montpensier, but as Mit
ister, would await the action of th
Cortes, but cautioned the Cortes t
- allow no daring man out the knot the
could not untio.
The civil marriage bill introduced
ILONDON, May 23.
The ':mca, discussing the Alabam
claims, says England has equal caus
of complaint against Ameiica. Gres
Britain resisted the temptation to re
cognizoe the South, thereby inflictin
suffering on her own people, disoblif
ing an ally, and in fact declared i
favor of the North, and is now mib
understood and accused of hostilit
V and selfishness. Sir Francis lea
communicates several additional off
cial documents to prove the assistanc
rendered by America to the Canadia
revolt iu 1867. He anrts that Sun
ner's speech applies equally to tha
and the Alabama claims, but the
England never claimed nor receive
\VASIIINGTON*, May 18.
The Judiciary and Itec.nstrtuctin
Ci,mtntttees are in session to day. Ti
qtuvstion whetlor snecially licc'nsed brc
kers are entitled to tax on money de
posited b,y eusionic-rs is not vet decirlec
The Retvenue )ept,rtm~ent decide
that velocipde <-xlhii0ions shall pa
loednbl.. ihe sante iax as thetre.s.
1 tlev's instrtie-tiois were diespatche
to him to-day by special messengitr, bt
notIi ng known of their charact-er.
WASHIINGTON, May 19.
Boutwell will continue for the pre
sent buying a million of bonds week
ly, and placing them in the sinkin
fund. The bonds will be change
from coupons to registered as mor
Chas. Clinton has been appointe
Treasurer of the Bi..nch Mint, an
Assistant Treasurer of the Unite
States at New Orleans.
It is understood that Secretary Fit
does not think that Great lirital
ought to be called upon to apologiz
as well as pay the Alabama claims.
Secretary Cresswell is ousting an
appointing postmasters at the rate c
four hundred a week.
The Cabinet at its next meetin
will consider the case of Mississipp
and afterwards that of Texas.
WASHINGTON, May 22.
Pr The Cabinet desirey th1t,, the ela
tious In 1uisis$ppi an . 'exas s a
occur sufficiently early to allow reprc
sentatives to present themselves at th
opening of Congress.
Additional efforts to secure a sepa
rate vote on the Virginia county or
ganizations failed. There will be &
Revenue to-day, $634,000.
The negro Diouglas who applied t
Wolf for a place is a brother o
CJlapp's Douglass, now working in th
Government Printing Office oni a cart
from the Secretary of the Washingto:
Capt. George Brown, having safel
delivered the Confederate ramn Stone
wall to the Japanese, has arrived here
lie reports the health of the Asiati
.The President has appointed Ade
line Livingston postmaster at Greenu
ville, Ala.; Fred Ball postmaster a
LaO range, Ga.
.It is estimated that the forthcomi
ung debt statement will show a de
crease of $7,000,000; with receipt
revenue, $18,000,000, and customi
Ex-Senator Jesse D. Bright is here
It is stated that Balnave has pur
chased the Federal steam ram Atlan
An abstract of all the nations
banks (1,000) shows the aggregate re
sources and liabilites $1 ,516,303,000
including loans and discounts, $659,
S 000,000 ; specie nearly $8,500,000
legal tender notes, $80,500,000 ; thre<
per,cent. certificates, $51,000,000
capital stock over $420,000,000.
Mrs. Harriet Baleh Macomb, wit,
of the General-in.Chief before Boott
died to-day, aged 86.
Commodore Charles 8tewart Me
Cauley is dead, aged 76.
MEMPHJs, May 18.
Every train is crowded, and nearli
all the delegates have arrived, repr~
aenting nearly every State South an<
many points North.
NEw OnLEA Ns, May 18. .
Information has beent received of
break in the grand levee in the Parnel
of Pointe Coupee, half a mille ahovy
the new work, which has just beei
The Villere crevas,un St. flNrnar<
Parish, has -been abandoned as hope
less. The break is now several hun
drod feet wide, and the great depth o:
water is sweeping uninterrupted badl
to the lake.
OimAnIA, May 18.
Seven companies of the fifth caval
ry, under General Carr, going fron
Kansas to Port McPherson, enoounter
e.d 500 Cheyennes . when a fight ensu
.ed. The .Tndianda eft twenty4ve wa!
r iors on the field. The troops loei
three hilled asd three wo9uded. Cari
is still in pursuit near Mexioan Lak,
MEurass, May 2*.
At the evening aseson resolution.
wore passed reqaetin Odogrsei- t4
put the telogn n.eX nto
the Postmaster-General, .nd opposing
bridge, above the mouth if tho 14Is. I
soura less than four, of. the, Ohio less i
than three hundred feet span.
The convention thanked the officers, I
g citizens and -Press" of Memphis, and
I. adjourned sine die.
a FORTRESS MoNROE, May 22.
A Northeast storm set in this after.
Nxw YonK, May 22
' The steamer Mahoning has been or
e duerod here to aid in enforcing the
0 neutrality laws.
Y Van Dyck announces that he will
sell two millions gold weekly, on Mon.
-day and Tuesday. 4
In the Old School Assembly a mo.
a tion was made fiing Tuesday for dia.
e oussing reunion. Gentlemen from the
4 Potomac Synod said they were not
.ready to consider the subject. Rev.
g Johnson, spoke in favor of the Iresolu
tion. Tgylor, of Georgetown, oppos
ed it. A motion to table the whole
. subject was rejected, and the matter
referred to a special committee of
d three Ministers and three Elders, to
be appointed by the Moderator. The
e other business was confined to the
n usual routine.
MlOBILE, May 22.
t The Presbyterian General Assem
t bly of the South met Thursday, the
d 20th. Rev. Dr. Robinson, of Ken- i
tucky, was elected Moderator, and
Rev. Dr. TI. H. Paine, of Mississippi,
temporary Clerk. Rev. Dr. Waddell,
of Mississippi, preached the opening
a sermon. There are over one hundred
e commissioners in attendance from the
Southern States and Ohio. Louis
Sville, Ky., was chosen for the next
1. place of meeting. Reports show that
s 250 students are all in course of pre
paration for the ministry, about twen
ty foreign missionaries, a prosperous
d publishing house, and vigorous efforts
t to sustain feeble churches. A com
mittee was appointed to mature plans
for the better instruction of the blacks
of which Rev. Dr. Girardeau, of South
Carolina, is chairman.
R Exciting Times in Wall Street
d NEw Ymnx, May 19.
e Wrail-street has been greatly excited
all day over sensational rumors, and all
d the markets have been affected. Money I
closed fairly easy at 7 per cent, with
exceptions at 6. The supply was equal
h to the demanid. Prime paper worth 7
to 9 per veni. Gold was excited and
rose to -14, but reacted after four
e o'clock P. \1., and closed at. 43- Sterl.
d ing very firm at 9a9IT. Governmwnt
stockt active and excited, but declined
on reports from London and Frankfort,
and 5innily blosed steady. Stocks gen
erally strong. Sotherti stocks heavy.
New York Market.
NEW Yonx, May 22 P. M.
tv." e . u1.. 1)500 * Valv, ,
281. Gold 41t.
e Charleston Market.
CIARLESTON, May 22.
. Cotton dull ; good grade steady;
sales 100 bales ; middling271 a 27};
' Lixarooj., M1ay 22.
Cotton-uplands 14.; Orleans 114.;
I anles 7,000 bales.
"A N OPiN IrETTEn.: TO Mn.. BOUT
~, wELr"-Mons~ SIrLars Ah!ONG THE
.RICPUBL.IoANS - A clerk in Treasury
.Depart ment was removed thie other day.
a Hie is an accomnplishedl man, master of
several languages ; he is finhful to his
. duties, trustworthy and ac.iurate, and it
. is not. strange that even under our
t. wretched system of filling the pnblic
offces hie was surprised at his removal.
- He a>ked for a reason ; a faithful servant
. suddenly dismissed, may require at least
to be told his fault. Ho found it at first
(,lifficult to get a reason assigned ; but
he wvent, from man to man, and at last1
.he was told that his removal was be
.. cause he wais not a Republican. "Bu
. I am a republican)," he replied: "I
have always beena a republican." He
1 got tno satisfactiona, and wvent. further
. until at last he reached the awful pres
,ence of an officer knownt as the "appoint. -
ment clerk." Thos. fL. Tullock is this I
.person's name, it seems. We remem- 2
ber to have once convicted a person of
the same name of misusing the franks of Ij
republican metmbers of Congress and
Sthe name of the Republican Congres
s.onal Uommittee for the cirenlation of i
documents foreign to the policy of the a
. reputblican parl y. From the conduct of '
this "appointment clerk" we suppose
him to be the same person. The gen. t
tleman we are speaking of thon went to ~
Tullock and res.pectfually represenited
that Tullock had beeri misinformed; j
. tat he, the petitieneer, 'vas and had a
ena republican;.that *he had been'
also a faithftul and effieient clerk-which e
at,we believe was not questioned.-- a
But, said Ttullock, you were opposed to Ii
the impeachment, and that is the reason ~
Syon were removed -t is a -fact that. i
'rTulock acturally caused the rlismissal of
a capable and ellicient government clerk
1 for no other rason than that' he, in fi
common with many of the best aen in i
the republicet.nparty, did not thinkc the*
r impeachment policy a Wise one--New
Yor'k Ee4tSng Pe*;(& ) 'A )
83tNOLAR Olgo( T~ 1 l'U.4. p
.A n excchange says:3 'kE ago, a- rnfh.
sylvanhi farmeor stabhI 41 youangie
ma fkr of drunken insO. han
the West, suptpohshi egn~i r.
The woman redotere, stid &ftr (fe.
years of solitad~ life n rrie g4....
ITr second bhn~ , t a fe
mont hs, and she also went dW. Thee
she met a prospeboes and Wealth -
ohast. was *ol Mi'd de
upton disrobing in th9 by 1V4p~
the bridegroom saw upo erurt.
tsr of he w letlm Ja#
f and recodnise d'M 6'a 3
Ma. PDTio :--Please announce W. M.
MAR IN, Eaq.,.as a candidate for County
Comd.laAloper, Otnd oblige lia
mpy . MANY FRIENDS.
More Goods'! More Goods!!
It'ar noir opening one of the largest
Stoqks of Opring and Stiummer Goods over
offered in this mArket.
Nenrly all 'of ouar goods have been bought
since the decliie. anil we are enabled to
offer extr.t iuduoentots to
d4amI 23"1t.y e2'st?.
B.A~EtG .. I 33rS
Offered for the Cash Only.
LADD IWOs. & IO.
Patent Medi thas,
may 25 LAIDD B110 t.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
I PROPOSE to open, on the 8ih of next
L mooth, an IC: CREAM SALOON for
the aeoominodation of the citizens of
Winnsboro and its vicinity,
.niay 22 . . P. JENKINS.
BY Virtue of an att ichment to me di
rected, I will offer for sale at Feirfield
Court. House on the first Monday and the
day following in Juno next, within the
legal hours of sa'u, to thu highest. bidder,
for Cash,. the following Personal Pr'perty.
Purchmasers to pay for titles.:
One Bay iule, levied upon as the proper.
tp of Edward Taylor, Survivor, at ihe - suit,
of JameaJennings and others.
One Bay laro,,levied upon as the proper
ty of C. MeCipnbighan, at the suit of John
L. W. D)UVA L,,
S. F. C.
May 17th, 1809.
IN pursuance of a resolution of the Board
of Directors, a dividend of 'wenty-five
Percentun on the capital stock of this e 'm.
pany payable in the stook -f the Columbia
and Augusta ltail Road Company (being
share fot share) is hereby declared. The
Government tax and stamps to be paid by the
stockholders to the undersigned on delivery
of tio scrip dividend. The transfer bcok
will be closed from tho twoutiet h (20th) t o t he
twenty-iii'th (26th) instant inclusive, andil
the dividend scrip will be ready for delivery
at this office on and after the Inast named
date. Stockholders or th'olflegsl represen.
tat iv. when applying foe 'ie dividend - are
required to present their stok' oertificoates
C. 11. MANSON, Treasurer,
may 18 .
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODST
T"I " attention of the Ladies and tho Public
is invited to our large Stock of Goods.
ooratsTIXo IN PART oF
* Tarlet on,
-. Cambric, &c.
. Iloop Sk-~irt,
(e4chl, MaMstur & Bice,
W tSilon0, 8. c.
Barrels Extra Fine
kam iy Flour just
received, and will b
old at Cost for Cash.
JOHN D, c0OARL~~
-f~ s e:~CA(i.?y ias us I ceJved
m floe assorkrent of M IllIin'y 7 00io4hlh
~.dger a o tfor it',,X one
P'JP9 enA9p91stegejilrror.. . .
Great and original statesmanspip is
low required.s Wholih man a l'd at
e mpte to govern the continent nosy
will .and no laifdmarks intho Pat
istory of the United States, 'and veoy
oW n gneral history. It ts the
luestion of race that renders $he task
>f oell a oa.o.so now and so diffcult.
Ho, will havo upon his hands the
iettloment of the negro question, the
[ndian guestion, and the Chinese
The frat two natned may soon set
Jo themselves by the extermination
f both neg ro and Indian in the glare
f white civilization. There are no
recruits for either the negrq or the In.
lian on this continent, and both must
ventually go down before the race
that is constantly receiving recruits
rrom the continent of its origin.
When wo comp to' regard the Chi.
nese question, it is different. Their
recruiting ground is as accessible as
that of the Caucasian, and far tore
prolific. Fifty millions of Chinese
night be transferred to America with.
)ut being missed at home. They are
at present pouring into California,
oarrying that country by the momen.
tutm of members. The Pacific rail
road will open the way for their move.
mont further Eust--or West-for the
terms are merely arbitrary. .
Europe and Asia are meeting like
two tor, ents in the midst of the North
America continent. how to restrain
then within proper limits is a problem
in statesmanship as grand as it is
Down with the corrupt pigmies and
lot a giant, if spel on be found, take
the helm of State in his own hand.
Dne pilot must com and the, ship or
the will perish amotig the breakers.
RAILROAD SIONAL.--A new tele
graphic safety signal for railroads has
recently been put in operation. A
New Jersey paper contains an account
)f it, and of its application on the rail.
road at Trenton. It appears to be of
the most retnarkeblo syntplicity, and
f the most perfect adaptation to the
purpose for which it is designed. It
is said It' rnders acoidopt to a train
from misplaced switches an utter in:.
possibility, and it also provides
lgainst accident to train: when
tho signal apparatus is deranged
rrom any cause whatever. The
;ignals may be distinguished as
rar as theoeye can reach, thus afford
ing the most ample satet j from -dhnger
to,even the most careless -engineer.
[f this telegraphic signal possesses the
aharacteristics described it will doubt
less be used - by the railroads as the
best means of preventing those acci.
Elnts at sw itches which often have such
CoI.oRnED IlouE AoaNTs. --- The
Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser of Sun
tl-ron.-y Ianlo, Craig (nosr) hLa
been appointed mail agent on the
Montgomery and West Point railroad,
and L. J. Williams (negro) mail
agenton the Montgomery and Mobile
railroad. L. S. Berry, another no.
gro, has been appointed mail agenton
the Mobile and Ohio railroad."
A mt;hine has. been invented and
put in operation in Onlifornia, which,
is said, has cut, threshed, cleaned,
and sacked the wheat fortwetbty Reres
ni) ten hours, with only three men to
The Lynchburg (Va.) 1eulean
reports the recent ..disober In the
gorges of the mouanuinw ae the:Al
[gian prnsof a atorfAl twelve
bude ehgT A party was
vontoleveLynchbnrg to visit the
got and attest the truth of the report.
Unmder the title of "Another sign of
['eace," ths Opinion Nationale of Par
s mentions that the Frenoh Minister.
f War is experimenting on the
Thone with a new system of gonboat.
Another imperial newspaper is to
>e started--this one at Memphis, to
to called the Sotsthern Imperialit..
On Thursday,2t instant, at the
osidence of the brides father, Mr. M.
a. Brown, by the Rev. J. p. Connor,
'r'. A. HI. PL.ESUNGf )orgno
J. C. to Miss 8. F. BROWN, of, thtis
A Thrilling Incident
in thes mission life of ir.. Ingalis, In
urniala, la well told in the '-ilaptist le.
eager,'. relat ing how she was sent for, to
lult.one of the laddhist high priease,who
ad been nearly killed; and how, whilo In
ae most holy place in their templ9, whatr
ene but, priests hadk ever besoa ad.init ted.
lIe WaR permitted unrebuked to use for hint
me dacred vessels, whioch n9nm buttclie high
riet dare tonch, and to even overtunrp and
i. ont ens ot' their gods to rest ; all through
he magic injtuenoe of the rain K(iiler, call.
a by them the t-God.gnedicin,"'so niue
issfully had e 'ueakif 'i otiing 'hsir
any7 diseases,, some of them considered
eret ofore fatal in that Olinmat, among which
'oe cholora, liver complaint, dys}epsIa,
to bItes of venomous reptiles, &c. This
pearks volumes for the Paini Killer--London,
Jltev. d. E. Clough, Miissionary at Ongolei
O,utherza India, writes :-"Wo esteemi your
ams Itiler very highly for scorpion stings,
kolera, &o., and eanaot very well get along
ithoutit i . -n
Ate,. L D. (jolburn ,issionaty at Tavoy,
ur b, waites ; "I1 shall be bappy toear
?lte Iding.a knowledge of- a remedf
S.pP and egectual~'* may 8'lw
saltbe.ani strength, anid besoty, 'wIth
bet ewg t an..*l V~(
seU Igpithout a presedantinhe stb
- .le he 1. wi
IN accordane with a Joint Resolution of
the Senate and House of Represntativea,
authorizing the State Treasurer, it, aptor.
(ion to the soveral Counties t hi amnountrais
od by order of Gen. Canby, for the support
of the Free Schools, h4s been paid to me
to pay the olaims of all Teachers for ser
vices rendered in this county during the
year ootutuouoiug October 3-at, 1807, afier
said claims sIahll have been certified to by
the School t,omnissioner, and approved by
the ata e Superintendent of Education
Provided, all such clains shall be presented
for payment ell or before the 30th day of
June 186. JNO. W. ChA Ric,
may 8 County Treasurer.
The Fellow that Looks Like
In sad dispiir I wonder,
And miarce know what to do,
For those lonesome muonthe are Corning on
%i hen cu'tomera are few.
Bit I've this consolation left,
Tho' few perchance they be,
Aamong the few, that some will call
On the fellow that looks like rne.
For,this fellow that looks like me they say,
-ias many thingq that's ine,
Such as Maderia, Malaga,
With Port and Sherry Wine.
He's Whiskey too, that's bound to please,
So you ned not foarfiul be,
Of any of the goods you buy
From the f-llow that looka like me
lie's good Tobacco amid Segar4,
Wit tm Porter, Ale and otn,
As well as very fine old Corn,
'hiat lately han como in.
lie's old Tom Loidonm Cordial oin,
And Magnum Bonum Rye,
With M'genthropen Bittera tine,
Which all for health should try.
In f et he's every I ing .in fine,
That in a Bar should be,
So Just call round and see this chap,
.'ho's just tho image of me.
When friends fall out, and they to law,
For settlenient resort,
They'd better first my Liquor try,
-Fur its not tho fighting sort ;
But piece and quictuess does reign,
And frienht can't disagi c,
If they will drink thn Whiskey mold
By time fellow that'sjust like me.
But I must close, yet ero I do,
This tahth I'd tell to thee
Thnt in my $hnaty you can find
This kilow that's just like imo.
Yes I'm the elap and the only one,
That a addressed theso li,'es to thce,
And you cannot find beneath the Sun,
A fellow that's moro like me,
Than youts respect fully,
npr 13 A. '. NII.I,F13t
es ai e
R i oCS
an bot ver Ge,
.Ceal iuo Deao ptC ulrl
aste u t in a hand.
25 ARELsfl~W . .ELSONc,
Agti"Od North ad Distillery,
andy 1ohvey8 l
Wa pHo hao heir Wedlud ie fn Ne
sort.t "Od Nori , 8at'd Dsilr."
Wlo , W rokr, KT OFft *dl: war
Bra'd10es Cown oei061 dIr4 Too No.
..ebpapt o GrorieIafr waford meo.
bad ovforeet our1.Flt idh"a
6,00 bs Bon, 1,00 busdels C4an,Sta
.re. Crn f0. 04 #ftSe Toatigco, N i
~at Ma.h, Ao P*WheshJe prpsesn.
A Pretty Assmrtm1ent of Ladles
Bleauchedl and 11rown HtOmesp3uns
Mets 1Iats and Caps,
LARDS IN KITS, AND lA1S.
Call and see.
'i'lOJ11P'ON & %%0UU'WARL.
AlURELS of old Cabinet Whiskey, pure
und cuuine. In order to prevent it
troml being robbed or watcred on the wny,
it euuie to us culosed in an ovlr Cask. WC
have now on hand a full supply of all klnda
of bust Wines and Liquors, Ale, Porter and
Lager Bouer, which we will be ,leased to
furnish our customore with whenever they
tuty think proper to give us i call. Also a
well aolectud stook of Family Uroeeriel
Consisting of several ditlerent brands of
1'altlily Flour, Sugar, Cutlet, Rice, aeon,
I.tard, Fishl, Tell, vadles, u , Stat ell,
Sardilnets, Oyiters, I'racker , Rnisins, Pik
les,i Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg Uin.
gur, Mace, Citron, Currenty, ,auces of ii
kinds, Tobacco, Sogars, &o. All vtf which
we will sell low for Cash.
E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
200 lOUNS STICK CANDY,
16d '1'lnattio Sntlto,
:anned '1'litto, Soda lii>euits, 'east
Powders, &c., just reccived it
nay I .011' MelNTVll & CO.
Suite Agricit liui'lli IilIi 11cel1llncilll
(llit"ittl Orgaun o?f the .Gi,th ('<.rtj,itw .cta,l
.1:!/.icu11l,ra and dhlchameat'l . ciety. )
an ealrly date, the ru'tmlibt'rI will
publish Iho litir-t tunber of a llonthtly ,ta
gnzine. tevotel to tbe elt'elopumlt .L i4 he
mIaterial interes Of Ilii blate, Itnd itw
whole Siio I.; n .1 will dli:t+ribute ive Ihou.
sand cupie. gIraitilttou'ly , :o Ihart etver" ne
nuAy; een wvhnat, it is bel'fore subt+cribtinl; ''l'hoyt
intend to rtlake it tho best, at1 handlson,esi
iudustrial tnagazine ever pu.i'led at the
Suthl, and they ask i the catal co-opera
lion of every gotd oilizon in iai- enterp ise,
which tnust redutl it the pulltie welfa,re.
Persons wishitig eu1-ls of the Iirt nitn.aa
ber, will please send their alidress to
W1 \l.IE:!, Ex, \NS ;, COUSWI.Lm,
Itny S I'tharleaton, S. C.
HO I FOR ELDER'S
Tll subseriber respecl fully annoutncs
gf G , .ocertes, Dry G..,.d....t. , I hoes, Mi
hnaery Gooids, &o.. which lie will sell at his
usual low prices,
II is Alillinery Departinent wiill lbe nudaier
the nimaagetiment of his sister. Ih- i.: X -..
who, with coinpent. assist antIs, wvill end'ei,
Volr to give sntist-action and keep tup with
tihe fash oni.
H'is suI5lrpas~sed Labor,Savin.g Ialcines,
s,uch as Clot hest W, shoer, Clhurns, Docuglh
linendoers, &c.. togethler with his usual
stock of Furi.iture-, Reparing, &c., will me
ceivo close attenation
EvorythIing wvarravntedI as represnnted or
taken backs. Call atnd see for yoursolf.
Uxtra Family Flour.
40) barrels Extra Family Flour, ,just r'o,
ceivedl, which willl ho sold at unmusual l in
prices. A liberal disoutnt given to theo tradel.
aPI 8 1F. E:LDr)l.
Estahte of N4 A. JReny deed.--No
tiee to Credilors,
I. 1. Lamar', ot. ux. ot, al., vs, Pard and
. Rutland, xiun., and 1Thos. J. Robertson,
N pusac fdce nteCuto
1 eon bstvIng claims -agaspsL te Es.
a.of ~. ., Peay, 4eo'd, ua a reqigred to
broto the a ine bef'ore oe, 6 et' befoi-oeh
at day of Juno nert.
Ohio. of the Clerk of the Court of Corn.
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LOOK BIFOIIl YOU I41 .
. 1 '\ y.3ur livey. Exauil,c eluscy
t1i seu that tho
Equitable Life Insurance Co.
is abeld of any company in the Uniled,
perinits you to travel tInvwthere in the Uni
ted Sittes, by ten or rnifroad
The tvllowinig iro the namies of omne pow.
tire in-ure.l in Fa1'irfivld to which we refter
0!n John Brrnlton, Samuel Cuthearl,
II L Elliott. Esq, Robt A Herron,
iev T W Erwin, Robt 8 Kutchin,
J A Dlice, Th1o P Mttebull,
('Itt S 13 Cluwuey, Pierre 'ncot,
( A Woudwanrd, Mrs r C Mutley,
Clapt I If Menls, V W Brice,
W W Kiochin, Jio A FIrase,
Catt 1, J M:antt, Ur David lcin,
Andi a host of others. Call and get cir
t.) J)!lN P. M.ATTHEWs, Jr.
npl lt) Agent.
HbW TU SU rSIST YUTii pAi:
AND SAVE MONEY I
11U Y YO URI l 0C00E1t IES
JOHN LCINTYRE & COs
\, 110 havo the iargest and fi nlee IIsur"t.
menl of l}roccries they have ever he
fore t111ered, :twd a- cheap n enn (al be bought
les:idey to stil the wanlts of fhn country
generally, they are pleased to ol'er A very
excellent stock ol Bouts, shoes, linidwarn,
Dry (lth l:d andl Clothit.g.
Our goods 1re 1tneir"ins, well leected,
fresht, hive heot Inmight fllr ('s11, nill will
be soh(l nt stall nl vances for ('esh.
l" Frenici tindies, ('oconnult Cren.,
al'. nuar 2&
Rabb's Improved Hill-side and
f lil I. i-subAcriher i1 ha.y
Ito tnnumue to the
plantera ht he has receiv-LA
ai loltent for his I111'I VlED 1I1.0WV.
Allthough the season is too 1'1r splent, for
Itlt.itI;t n"il sub-soiling, hie still flatters
him llelf lhllt he ha- i Plow, which, frnaI 11..
peu'ilinl cn113 I'tioll, is tad1ai1ll ii to 11(1
3n11:s tf .theri ltalnters even 311 this Aeasonl,
nn,l ahnring the ."nltIVationl of the crops.
Bleing double.looted, different. kinds o-'
p,lows Inny hu usedl on thu samlo stock, l,
smnall one for rnunning next the ptlant. and it
larger on1 for ironking ont the middles,
bothI 1'eel mny he usedl at the anino timle WithI
hmll langues attnhiodl, which makhesa ncomt.
plet o implement for covoring corn, thogo
different elhanges aire mna.fo without the
slightest in"onveniencu la the plonghln:. -
I hve nssoohIitedt wtith ie Mu. W. A.
,l nlot :r, of 11ock:+ville, N. C., who is well
kaown ats a reliabllo busine,ts man, and wo
expect. 01)11 to commence Iho mlanufac(Ur
of Ihu albovu unnued P1lnw--wu will sell
Stn tera County rights, aid would solicit
Iromh1 lh 11atera it tril i f our Plow. Ad.
<lre.m V. s. (A tilt,
WIisboro, .9. C.
Or1 WV. A. NIEHION3y,
nl 2J-.'bin MLXsijlle', N. C.
LOAN & TRUST COMPANY,
AUTiIOl0IZ1%I3 CAITN'i,L I I MILI,ION
iPresent Limit. .. .5000
( ill o-l(lice orf this companjIily ill now opleed
ltailrond31 11bank) tor CtimI receipt' ot l)epos.iI i.
D)iscouint of' PaIper, Ph'i i Sahi103 ii 814 of'
E3xchIange, nnd1, 1the transalIlction of a (Gene.
ral Ban31k Ig ltisinen'p.
Interon;t aliloweil on Ilc.posits ulponIterms
esltabbih.I:ed by 11h0 bon3i1d of' ) iroors13.
Thei Comipany is4 also3 aL legal deposit31 (Iry
for' monefIys paid3 int-O Couirt , will rOc1eive0 lIe
gist ry and33 'lITanfer Boo0k., net1 3311 ngent to
pay C3onponis uand >i jvidondlid, and1( 3au1 Trusitoc
ini Ilnilrondl Ilrtg3agon,
Wm C Biee. of' Wmn C Ucee & Co.; A S4
.11,hnlsonl, of J1ohnson01, C2row3 & Ca.; Ricbt
MInre & Co.; WV B Willinas, oft WV hi iI.
iam &0111 So.t E II Frcst, of 01Froat & Adger;
J E Adger, oft J1 L Adlgeri & Co ,lilnry
OunrdlIn. 0f GJourinl, MaItth lieissen & Co .
tI eorge L. Un1i1Jt, oft 1311113- & ltilst; C (I
MiomIminger, 01f Memn111iig1r, .Jer'vey &
Pincekney; T1 J1 l(err, of' T J1 Kerr & Co.; .1
D Aikeni, of J D) Aikon. & Co.; Joh n Camp-)'
33on, oft Capsen & t'o ; A P' Cildwell, (of R.
& A P1 (Cal1well: W K 'lynn, J1 T1 WIVanni
B O'Neill, .1 J (Iregg, Grniievillo, S. C.
Foir furtrI' llIinormIIII nddreIiss
(JIO. 8. CAM 1311ON, P'roeidcent.
T'IlOS. Rt. WA ili:NG, Onischie..
CIhariHon S. C., Marchcl 12. 1860,.
Watches Jcwelry and Clocks,
ANOTlER"31astsorIn.enit of' the nb~ore nnm.
ed0( articlesoi, juisit t'ccoivodl. Al *o a t'inhI
lot of Box Br'easit Pins. MIy mottCO is quick
Next door to Col. RIon's OflI0e.
Notice to Creditors.
John 1). Panlmor, EiC'or. V4. C. D. Falmerv,
.' N prean~Co .of' deoureo of '1h8 Court ,'
I Common Plnia, 1Mmlt.v side1, onde in tr.a
above staiecldoe, all pers-on3s ),ni
claims against the Estate of Edward 0.
Palmer, Sr,, deoesed.') a reqejIl'd to pr1F9V1
the. samo baefoe mIy on or before the 1st day
of3 June natI.
C. C. P.'Equity shik.
*Clerk's Office. EgniIty sid,
W inneom, Mnv 10, 1860.
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