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LONDON, September 21.
The Spectator says war between
Spam and the United States, on the ac
count of Cohn, nppeArs like a moral im
posisibility ; but it is universally believ
ed in just now. Tho war e'ithusiasim
there is gatherimg fnst.
PAj ia, Septetaber 25.
The Constition et denies tle Ga& *s
story of a French note to Prussia, that
the absorption of Baden will be con.
bidered an at of wsir.
W.\s ijNTON, 8 -ptem'iber 21.
Sccretary Fish is this im.rninig in
receipt of a very long and circumstan.
tial cable dispatch fiom G enertl D. E.
Sickles, our Minister at Marid, recit
ing the propoition, or rather the at
"aative, made to the Provisional
-umeot that they "ell or lose'
. a had the effTdt of kindling
oat eIC.scutment againbt the IJited
Statce, and that the peninsular is
aroused as one man to iuAintain the
colonial integrity of the kingdo.
The C.binet have declined to consider
an r uposition at all from the United
Ba; Minister in. the promises. Gen.
Biokles has been informed that in no
event will Spain oonsent to treat on a
babis of a loss or a sale of her Cabun
possessions. The M iniypter is of the
opinion that Austria and Franco have
tagrod to !"in J Spain in her appeals
to those '9ires for support. The
despate' , dw.ed this morning, makes
no referene-. to the telegrai of %es.
terday, that the E iporer N &poleon
had advised Gneral 1Iin, the .\ini.
ter of War, to actiedo to the represen.
tation of the United States, and re
lihquisha Cuba vhen they can, and be
fdre they must. On the contrary,
the couutry is aroused. Rgecnt Ser.
ranio is to despatch the 16.00 rein
forcefthents at once, and ha adopted
the pronuaciament' of Pr in that the
rebellion is to be put down at any cost.
Ueneral Sickles asks for further in
structions. .Ie is not without hope
that in a modified form the proposi
tion of the Goveronmnt ,will be at
least considered. Io deens it his
duty to acquaint the Department of
State with the excited and - critical
condition of aiffirs.
WA-MIiNGTON, September 23.
TUuder the caption of "Minister
Sickl.hes Sustained by the Administra
t:on " the Chronicle says with duublo
Ilends i"'1hose officers of the Cabinet
who have uttered an opinion on the
quecstion, says that there is nothing
in the communitati.>n from Mlinis
ter Sickles to the Spanish Govern
rldmnt, to justify the alaru that imi.
Mffect diselosures of- its contents
have ereated.' And thuo concludes,
"Secretary Fish declines to make the
note of Minister Sickles public,
fur prudential reasons, but it is s'xfe
to say that there will be no ruch
thing done as backing down. It i-s
safe to reiterate that the State De
partment apprehands no ivailike re
sults. Sicklehf injudicious use of
words alone, is supposed to have.caus.
ed tie htibbub. The text of Sickles'
ite has not yet been received."
W ANiooAnt, Septeiber 25.
k It is stated that the Preosideut, on
reading the aceotruts strongly commiit
ting the Emecutive to interfere in
t'avor of the extroeruits in Texas arid
Mississippi, said to parties of his
'fli sinl hiousehiotd, that the reports
were not substantially. true. The
facts are,.that the 11residen't will al
low the .Soeretarties to act according
to their pleasure in their several de
partmienta. This will tharowv the pat
ronage of the P'ost Ofl1de', Treasury
Sand Attorney-General for the ext roem
ists; the State, Navy, War and latex
iior, if they initerfere at all, will favor
the conservative R~epublicna. This
rough statement of the situation is
the closest approximtation possile.
' etopinion persists in assert hag
etrality in the highest quarters.
Internal r'etnue receipts to-day,
The1i He'istef of the Treasury has
gn toPentnsylvaniar to stumip for
lioat has bee~ tplied to for his
opiniowi regarding the power of the
Virginia 1'egislature to elect Senators.
M'. Blillie, tire N~ew lianish Ilinis
tor, was presented to the President
~The agriulturral ro'port states, re
garding corn, that unless the ulose of
the season should -be .very faYorables
.there must be 15,000,000 bushe'ls ltsa
.than a full crop. Regarding- cof~en,
there will be a reduction in the yield
-of cotton from the Carolinas to Ala.
liama, and a material increase from
Mississippi to Texas. Georgia, Flo
Tids and Southm Carolina have suffered
more, mainly' toua drought, in a few
localities from rust, the caterpillar
and ball! wo'mn. Our ostiniates make
the inetease ini Mississippi, Loutisiana
and Texas, respectively ton, twelve
and fourteen per cent. The proba.
. l~isat present favor a yield of
4,750,000 bales. W heat crop Is large,
quality in the South decidedly sepe.
Mlaj, Gen. Reynolds has addressed
a .letter to Vresident Grant, dated
8ep~temuber 4, la whiebh~ after speak
Ieg of political aair in T'etas, he
ese the -p rq'4g Lb t wo, wfhgs ol
the Sepbeeon -party are the samo.
The vailbes ' ingetaet- out their pro
feselbes ef 'adhbeee -to - th& todoen.
1riruOtiengy4S pf 9?e1s8, and es
under these la*s. ~Ihe conservative
wing' frequently didthinate moo few
'Offie' who deo k'tio~ t fidtdisustifled
under the feeenkttuoet6 -'l~pbut
who are also knowp to be aooeable
40:46the se e h h
A. P. Hamitpn fata..a. b.e
the defeat of Republicanism ih Tof.
as, and will put the Sid, in'the hands
of the very Yet whb, durlng the on
t re pp . f the , ebellioi , ,r
every nerve to destroy te Union,
and who.have. uniformly opposed the
reconstrution laws, with a peraslenoy
worthy of a better oause.
RiCInIOND, eptemfber 11
Gov. Walker was installe 1 as Provis
ional Governor, at the gubernatorial
mansion, to-d-y. at neon-Gen. Canby
beimg present. Gov. Wells tirn<d
over ite ollice to tile new iiiinib<-DI,
who took tile iron-clad and otlr oaths
of oflice. Therb Were no cerenonies
iand no Itiionsiitrtion., sav - tlt gather.
ing of consideirable crowd., o wihi o nulI
colorel peoph., to colgritulate tile newv
(lovernror, Who shook hands with theni.
Woac ar;aR, MAsi., September 22F.
Samner, in add ressing the con ven
tion regardig Spain and Cuba, s id
the loolicy of the United Statesi should
be btriot inon-intor% ention, except in
the way of good oflices.
Pill i. A ''i':liA, . Septenber gi
Capt. ljeonlard, tile filiilous colm' er
fe'tr, hia he-ii arrested. A :tae
i nillit of w(-ll e-icitedI bills were
fotud on Il is person and it his hotti.
HIensIOxN, VrA.,~84'tembehr 2:1f.
R. T Danil, Chairman of (fe (!on.
servautive State Central Cmitte,
publishes a card this ingiii, mt:i.infg
elnt, tire i: not even tie color of Litra
in tle n-Vspa pe-* statem1ent. th-t 001.
Canby Over inltiiated that the t.-st oati
woihli not be reqiuired, if lie (Canbv)
conhll be Im:iade i Seatueor.
RcicowmonD, Septenml"er 25.
There was au extraordinary scene
in the lHusting., Coutt to-day. G.wge
Washington, colored, uca.<couviuted of
horse stettling, and sentenced to ton
yeara' ilmprionuient in the penitentia
ry. Being asked what ho had to say,
he turned to a large negro audienceo in
the court houie, and warned thenr
against Yankees and carpet-lbngger.-,
who were the ruin of their race and of
tle State. ie hoped when he came
out, in ton years, to fiod the 8'-r Sp Vn
gled 1auner waving over Virginia, the
StatE governed by her own people,and
all the carpet-baggers in the lottom of
the ocean. Thespeech fdated con
NEw YORK, September 15.
A broker named Solomon Wahler
committed suicide to-day ; causey gold
The Assistant Tresurer bas .ao
enpted the $3,000,000 five-twentie.e,
offered to-day, at froan 11617 f.;100
to 1188-10. The amount bil was
NIAGARA FArLUS, SeptenYer f6..
The horses attached to a carriage
containing a gentleman and four ladies
became unmanageable, when the gef
tieman jumped off and escaped ; tho
carriage and horses, with the ladies,
went over the bank, Ofty feet ; one of
the ladies was killed, one fatally hurt,
and the others were terribly bruised.
The party belongs to Providen'e, It. 1.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 25.
Yest erday, there was a heavy rush
for gold, caused by A tlantic advices.
The baaks refused to sell it at any
The Isrealities heave organized an
immiigrationu society, in aid of persons
of their faith comning from Europe.
Theihnuk of London, in Saki Fran
cisco, lhes drawn on London for $1,
500,000 in geld. -
New York Market.
Naw YonK, Sept. 25, 7 P. M.
Cotton heavy, with sales 700' bales,
tat ~. Gold 35.
Cn inru.us-roN, Sept. 25.
Coft eniet,. but irregular, with
safes hf7 ales, mniddlings 26} ; re'
a2';Orleans 12.) a 12) ; sales 12,.
Tara MAAniA'oIr. 4UEsTlONf iN ViR
4mA;.-The Richmond Wl'ig says:
A colored man wets to 1aiarly a
white woman in Petersibirg, and the
clerk of the cntt, to whOYh aplda:
tion ws wade fot- license3 Ysa writton
to aeneral Canby asking for instrue:
tions as to the law, whether the Olivil
righa btll had the effdct of removing
-the probibition of the 8tate law
againtth'e i'ssue of licenses for the
intermarriage between white and
black, N~ow, we suppo'e . General
Can by wi'll have no tronble whatever
in deciding the guestion i as the Su
premne 0onrt of North Oarolina has
recently, by a unaniiroms to, decided
that the Civil Rights bifl and the pros
vision of the new constitution of that
State which establishes the perfect
political equality of. races do not Iet
pdal- the law of said State forbidding
the intermarriage of whito and color.
The New York Demoorptio State
Convention met in Syraottse,' N. Y1.,
oh the 22d inst, and was called to or
dot by L.J. Tilton' *hose addiess
.was p $tfojsni81 Of 1resident Orant's
.journeying~ and .depreesaton of thle
treatment of the South. Hie oondemu..
ed making votets regardless of race
INIANe OU'rR A Es IN A RErO((Ay
The Ahis l~4f long
list of Itndinbr s.h eW Indiana
says that seventy-fvo per cent, of the
population of Spait can ntither'resd no
svrite. it is.an'exception if the Gov
ernor of a province or-ather.ouiial can
speak French, much less 1English. if a
Spaniard ia anythihg like literature, he
has lived long abroad. Of all modern
knowledge the priesthood .arc utterly
destitute, and even his Latin is barely
enongit to carty the priest tlhrough the
eervices of the day. The lottoty, tht
bull fight, the gutii/liitg table flourish,
unari'-eted by revolittions. -16nde tie
importance of the steps which (lie new
govefiribut Is inking. to- prninote edtuWA
iot in Syais and to bri'ng it within the
retti oI all. The nunist ry are stoutly
opiosod by the clergy, nad t ho old ertial
blood breiks otzt here atil ihore on both
sides If a republic were proclainied,
the diffictliies wotild be no greater and
a cause ofr potsstbl0bloodshed would be
avoided. A Sinre of uncertaity, wlire
there are so mtifty pretetrklerg is highly
prejudicial t cotrerce.
The censit of Ohd C'ity of' tutinm
bia and the .,uburbs which really form
a patt of the city bas liett atoupleted
It Is gtatifyinfg to tunf (hia't, h1 tfpite
of *ar anid cotAagration ti opula
tinm is larger than in 1860. The con
SuR of f 0 indicated a population' of
3 :310 ; that of 1840 4,340 ; that of
1850, 6,060 * that of H8a0, 9,00l; that
of 1869, 9'3. believe that the
next Census in '8179 WIl show a lo'pft
latior (f tbstrly or twioo that hinber.
Thd d muau'facturing facifities of the
city fdannot fail to be, ere long, appre.
ciated and improved.-Cor. S. C. Re.
A ptublic mss Iineg in Allennale has
psas sid re'solut ion to discoitenance all
tra ficking in coiioi after night fall.
CTTON-Sales yesterday 20 bales at 26@
Extractfron a ).-iia1e Letter from Hawsaii,
4 4 * * Al'Itowgh the eruption Is
not so violent now, the volcano is a foi ful
sight to behold. The rivers. of Iftva still
flow, and the sidoke from the cratef doenls
in awful inJest. .'uring this voleiento
upheaval it has been very sickly here. A
peciflher sort of low malarious fever, wfiEdl
hatt gr(ottif out of I tie foul, condenood vi.
pnrhf o' the toledno, ha prevailed to An
nitarming eWte't, nod at one tine it was
feared it woul-l depopulate the island. But
fortnuraely, a sea-captain (oaling here for
Supplies) distributed PL.A'wrtoN l-iiran
to the suteririg ard quick and thorough
cures wore (te result. The news spread
ltke wisrtbe. Messrs. rihing Takin & Co.,
fomtfitelon Uerclhants. had these Bitters
tof sale. In a thort liml their oflice was
hNeeged and their supply exhausted.' A
strauer was dispatched to San Franoisoo
by order of the Hospital Depart~tent, and a
s e a eWholfious supply obtained ds soon
ht possible. Frot* that Wionient the scourge
Iwas efftyod. N1o another fatal case occur.
ted, ' eiic hasq dlow entirely dis
alpeared. * * * Is hiso wond6rfil
te udy known in our ely 1 1 hops so, for
i is it sure curo for all fevers and tohbnfstetic
Sickness. You may ell your friendt do for
tss6. * i * *' * if. M. C.
MAoGNOLIA Wat(6.--8tpstioI (o the best
impvled GertaW Colo'gno, and said fit half
this' pff~e: sept 21-txlw
FlOW TO CURE IT.
At thoecommencemnent of the diaryhnua,
Wfhieh alwfays preceder aW afsi01b of the
choletii, tako ? toaspo6'nftrl of the igain
Killer in sugar auth *a'tef. (*ara If obnve
wflent.) and then- bathe freely the stomach
hrowels withr the l'ain 1eillor clear. ghiofrd
the dinrrhosa or ornamps cotinu, fepeat
lb he owo every t en of~ ftarsl'n mlittes till the
puitten'tiS 'efieved. i'n extreme eases, two
6T fttof teaspyoovwfals may be given at a
The Pal'n ilier, is' a'n infernAf rethiedy,
hass No equitl'. l~ ases of d'holera, Sumn,
thef Cot pidi'Afs, D)yssel'i, D~ybentery,
AetAMWn, it cures' fN 6Yue 6141i, by taking it
internllyf, daud' fia'thth if t freely. Its
aot lef ls lito'mio, #1\'e Oiternally nppli
ed to E'sid' Sot'E, !Iurl'a Sondh, Aid Sprains.
Fo'i Sf'Oklr onaho, A'n'd To'otfraeffe, don't
fs'if to l of it; in' sihort, it is a .Pai* Killer.
TI lNo Pafn NI'le is solsd b'y eht dealrs- In
#6T.6A1 R6'6Es.--To' t!6A ia watt of
b~osyrs .8asheg ancj DH nds, 't~ f efer to t he
aveflW:Watrx of l ''' . Toa't6, the large
na~faaetei of' those' gV ~s itn' ehWi'ett).
191cVfA'ihed ona afip laied. '
Cotsolidation .of Ste4*.
Utatf-a outM tYA, &r Atuo', 1. It. Oo.
dr.rr-inTA, t8. 0., Septediber 4'1800.
TIlE uundersigneud 1s now prepared' loiS
sue Certhticates of Sleek in this Company.
in lieu of the Stock of the Charlotte and
South Carolina arid the Columbia and Au-.
gusta flailr'oad Companies. in accot-datude
with the terms of Consoldation, adopted biy
the Stoekholders in Joint Convetutlon, July
"Eiidl5shgr~o of sleeok inlhbe Chiarlte andl
South CarolfI 1 a~rifind' Oompany shall be
donvorti'd rnoe ' PD'at'c tn fi$cofslId.i'oi
company ; andc every four tV64 OWi~hi1t.
shar-os of stock in th-e Columh~a an'.lAugus
1Rtdlifond Ooas maa dhtfil bb eh'(rted
infod *hfe'W t 4 eensolidasted; OQempny ;
and Albteg j I at nanred appprt)
merit, fr'acitifo'is a havo . tyalb..
oWners ih~dy'ed tiat', itttleit 6)(1 o -~
plefe the tuit. by ##hihng fdk' 'hg i'o'odseity
additional dharcde oh Geld'mdia slid'Acyguta
Rattroad stock at the -t'Ye . of $1.6% per
share, or thecy may rceiele 1ith., !4y, teli
surplus shares at, the mam rate.
8tgekholdere or ,Their lg. rpelds
tioit , Wh.Ipf La tIfe a k4
sejit 28 Secretary au4 Trg
fT a hea(4*
W ATQIfM8.and flook, with at w ttkf6b
Sprhtgw; Je*elry, P&alo Gold 141b 0
8, 16, aud 14 Caret; .lee, ve- and 8bet t.
onr, fn:eyIlver D1%arb. itin,, and 0s vet
hi ed ith steel top.
All wof dote In a rforktnsnlike sannet.
Jomne and hoe. My motto is "quidh sales
%nd small profife.'
Secnnd door from 9. ftions Offioce
W E are now receivittg one of hie most
e"Itensive ai utl~d BTi00K8 ever
ff6r-ed InI this mr~ftlif
renitucky Jeans, Tweeds, Cosimef6';
Broad Cloths. Black and Brown Iomespujs
3lhecked an"d Striped t.Honmespuns, 8 4. 7.
and 4-4 Linseys; Ited White, Oper 'A ' ld
f ftittg Flannols, an extensiye., tOe '
atiitCsU, Rblines, Colorel anilatc Ai.
preas, Striped and . Figifred 6I096,,
Scotoh Plaidsand other Dess dood,'S hawls'
'n entdless variety, Clodks or every desorI'.
2000 Palrs rLadies' Mens' and Childrens'
13out8 and Shoes.
Of every style end qualitg.
C~o us.:b,4 g.
No bel ter assortment of Clothing has ever
been ott'ered In this niarket; ^9 we Intend
to make this one of our specinities.
As nsoual our prices srhall bo kept evehi
with M646oweat in Colunibia and Charles.
on. Give us*, call. Goods shown with
pleasuro. LADID 108.&'00.
You *ill nied'moro goods akd teftertlme
ext year. Pay up promptly." "
sept 22 D& CO.
FOR CARB ImAE MAKER8!
FELLOES, Spokes and liubs,-just, receiv
KlE7tCl IN, McAASi,& DICE.
SODA CRACKI I !
ODA BILcult, Cream (akeu, alth'otal
Cnke.. Doubous and Lemoit t'akeq.' Just
KE1 JIN, MoMASTAR & BItICE.
1HilE undersigned having yhdrawn frotu
the firm of J. D. MoCAILLEY & CO.,
it g has pu relitei
stock ofU rocorles, Wines a4' Lqrs of
I. 1). XfoCrley, at Winiis'oo, Wibre ie
will keep at the OLD ST'D, a omplete
Family GioterIes, -
Ila invlites his country ias .w.ll 4.s -onR
riends to give him a call,-rs he is. suvCj ye
aan make It to their advant'ie to sa 8 '
TE entire stook of iho TAUAAp at
The Tattnery *af 136 teaged for g atitber
of f aW.af A U'fleWdf4 Iivesfanetki for a
capits)' 6i P$0$. $10$3'S.7b DOL
LdARgr JNO'.' .- MAI"?HOW8,- Jr.
~I188 M. .L, GAH4LA RD will
gl'oq instrre ions la Mu
Foriers,&o. aplyat hWf- resdoin4
or to WV. M. Dwight.
E TABLE. E
. d Y / id1gster, 'a
oh hrsoitella he of
a Mt of es adV i ,
A. O. 0&&iN
Thomp on & Woo d~
are dttIl rtdkvng bot' FA L!; eftu
to be full and eomplete (qdors ind drugs
egoeptedl.) Bold~bi edash *s4 at pepu.
lar prid6h, owr oon s $~inle of U6t866.
- Call sed fzxamiaron'took And yortwl
c r, rO3'Z?i
past. tbred ye a Wre f4 b. h-s'COrV
Pab6 e vdrla f o4no
Sidel 9~nmud a fna
& R IClh A AIETY OF
' ONUS1TAEG OF
A sperior article of Corde to
Hoop Skirts, &e.
A fine article of 0. P. Tea. yhioh OYU*
onr stock C'tolciote. and enables us to offer
gr-a bargains for WTIN OA RU.
stg 21 % WITII1S & LAW.
NOTICE 14 TIME.
UWANT .-eyer y.inIjVidual that owes ute
anything f9r-the yearsi..180), 1807, 1868
a&d 18110, to take lidtfiol that I Olint..themr
to settle with me as soon as prssible. as no
longer indulgen, o can beL iven.
JOHN P. 5.iATTHlEW4, Jr.
H Oift EDtERI'S
T HIIV ttstcribr rspeoifilly annottee
11ha. lie h4rtt5n1 e'lwnih a uth Neek
of GrocerIem; Ioy OO&M, IdA-. 18ko,,. M1l.
lincry Goods, &a... whaichI ie will 664 at his
usual low prices.
Illls Aillinery Deprmenent will ho , oulet
the management of his Sstyr. 'lrs. Shnw,
who, withl competent as'ilstants, will enden
Vor to Ive Patisfaction utd keep 'tip with
the fash ons.
HI.s uniurpawsd LZhor-4l-iing Machii'tes,
suhaCothok Weshot4 Chilrnsp, Douigl
Kteaders &d., together with. ba.s' ditana1
stook of Fuarnigture,'Itvparing, &c., will 'e.
ceive close attention.
Everything warranted as reprosented or
taken back. Call and seb for youralr.
ja 4 F. ELfElR.
Importers. ns .dn facfire of
COACH AND SADDLERY
K.- 222 Ba ltimort S. B mor6.
;ErTA 6-11uEn 1825.
SprlngO, Emnamlled; Canvas,
-Carrin o Dlolis,
Whels, EWni.ed' Inather, Bag Leathe~r,
8kirtish, ildiness anthex', 8titrups, Bits,
ko. Aleo, nut other articled appe'rtainingy to
our buefuee, - septi. -Om
BUY YOUII WROCERIES
WH O bap jIus recoved direct front .Nqw
oa full, varied aund conc e6N
sorimnt. of Grocorle'si, Ii ardweb, o.
C,0 t f w. #o%.1, m lJoA~~ ot
gaty, Ood/oey im~? !Iyson eV ' Jte # o T ea,
'1'ta'd &Ra~1k d ,g M. ihle he t eo
(OgtaI i5s 6haaitfo'r Odau ashy other e
el W'tM in town, .. . mr '
AOT qtfiZW GOIINTRY ALOUR and
S1 1tr dat b ~ F. Elu 9~
HUALfD PA 71WNT7 C0 ON OIN
Mn ~ 91Id Ao sl bu
j'' place known as L
L addenisGrei one of Ohe best
Fine Plantations for Sale,
virtste of aut tovit coiferred upon ts
I tE *ill of 'o pre, . DPuose.dit
DeAhe'. We will Bill to6 the o hghedl hidstler,
at fairuold Court louso. on male day in
)otober next, the plantatlon known as
3ituaited on Wiloreq Creek, about ten ulites
r'om Winnsboro, anid containing abotl 2200
aores. On thits places i6 a dwelling hlioso
and neocessary planatlon buildinmgs. ' Am,
situiit6d aboat four miles above Wimnboro,
tad coimits about 000 nores. Thoro are
on this phtted all the necessary plantation
TARl.-One-tlird cash, (he iftlance on
a credit of ooe nml i yt'ar' With amnitll
interest from Isi Juay.q.m ; por-hus..
era to give their individual bonds with
nmortgages or Itmo premios. al to pay for
all papers and stamps.
iHOllT. M. Un0BOSI:,
sept 9-xt1awt Execulors
Flour and Bacon.
N W Extra family Flour anid Clear Bibbed
Sides, low for the Cash.
aug 6 TIHOMPSON & WOODWAR).
TEW TB'IE M
r [111i; undrsigied have this; tiny, associat
I d ith thein, Mr.- Dullo-m Eum.0'srox,
whor flikes the place of MIr. . . i. A ,
s U it encral Pa qrtner. 'hlme firmim will vtill
VAfIfinuio under lito nan' dnd style of
)IACOY't CO. Mr. .Jam. it. A ikon eainds
connected with the firin as a KSpereiaL Part
ber, (o the extent of Ten Thomind Dollars.
JItMES It. AIKEN,
W E respectfully invite tho attention of
eustomers,lo the lai ge and well select -
ed stock of Groceries, purchased by its in
New York and lmlhitmore FOR CAM/, and
at prices not. to be surpassed by any houso
ith lie itorior of the Stmte. (imrutock ivill
continuo full and coumiplte during the sea
son ; amnd orders will be tilled at short no.
ice, if not on hand. We have every facili
ty fr pimchusing anld selectinlg on the
m'lost ndvaningeousv lerins, and we are de
Itt miined to use our best. eiioavors to iease
thogu 011o thfm feel ditaposed to give us their
.' beral advances m~nfde on shlipmlent of
CO'tith to oum? I-aclors iii New Y'rk, It ill
hate Ut Charleston i or CASH advorices
mool en Storago and lusuranco of Colton
or Coumtry 'roduco.
VE OFFER TO-DAY.
Bacon, Larl, llams,
Sugar, Coffee, Ten,
1i.i q rs of al kinds,
.-Alotasmmes amd Sy imp,
Soa., Canldles, Ftish.
iagging, Iope and Twine,
Iron Ties, ,Aall,
Ileavy Dr j (1o,11P
Sio , la1rare,
Tobacco, Segars, rh100e.
Witi a gentral assortpoit roquired by
Planters. 1 1. O' & CO.
sept I 6-xA
m0s\ Ooa'ifll - I.--In n.usicai circles
the Eoel y Oram.m ire tie rago. They
iro tih mot tirrhile n.id havo lime finast
tote, reaorkahle for their twivertnes And pot'
er. The V'ox iumina anid Vox .Juibuante
are the greatest nid best inventions ever
inirMinded. J. 10,TiW & CO., Sole amim
facturers, Blratluboro, Vt. sopt 22
The Purest, Best and Cheapest
SOLD BY ALL GRf0NRh.
$100i~' o $50 - orimoth.lni ~ndS
female, to intrcduo~ the Genmuin Improved
Common-Sotnse Bowimig Malmino. Tism Ala
chine will stic,- ihem, fell, tuck. qmilit, corud,
binid, braijd nd embromidmr in a mnovt superl.
or nmnh'r. P'rloo only $18. Fulily wnr.
ruantedc for five years. Wo will pay 4$1,000t',
for auy mnachiuE that, will sew a stronmgor,
more lymautiful, or mioreO elastio sorm t han
ours. It, makes thme "Elastic Look Mtitchi."
EVery second stllohm c-m be outi, amnd'sl'll'olo
cloth eannmot. be pulledi apart. wltholit feat'h g
It. Wepay Agents from $75t1oS200 pormn'nh'
amnd oxpenses, or a conmissmiomn from which
tw~cn that &lefrt tmi ho b made. Addmress'
Und orf.-bdnot ilt i .pbuiled nl~mnby
oilier parties painmg elf worthmless casit.:
Iron rewohinres, under the sno namie em'
othprwis*;. Qurs sm imo . o'nly gpainp arid
feally practical cofmoap :Wmclud~o m'ianmnfaicinrm.
Lii ______ lepmt. 22
WE'I',j/.A gns fr he Pokt Sew
VYipgM elino and Amocricaun Quilter.
Spiday osigned for Quilting, Elmbroder.
iigd'rd SIcing. For quil/ting brdquila,
t his macohine stands wihout a rival m time'
worldi. It, Is sImplo, dur'ale and piaoi.
lI'eighs but six ounces, and cootpies hamrdly
mieve apacetlma'np soiseurs caso. Noves over
thefarid anid felfoWs anmy &esign stammped on
til'81eth." RtotUil priodonly $0. Forwtrd -
ed by return iiiall pre-paidl on reeipt, of'
pripe. Very libdt'e1 inuertients offered.
Snfootetlard wimh teu'mW tot 'A(d'its.
Qallt or addr'ess 14m0a,.Last 69po,, Propro'
0jTB111 p&ay'Agenle a Salart'j of $30 per
'7 week'Anyd expe'obe, er alloit a' large
ooihmission, to sell omurew and wonderful
inventionsp .Addreas.. M.-3VAONER ,..
fMIlE MAGIC COMB will change any cola
I- ove'd .lr or beaid o' a *pernian'emL
fliRelhor Brown. .One 9omb sont by mpht
forfl. Foy sleyMerofants o Dugg el
afud Cu 19ev made'It in tilt moit ls.
A. ad m ~f ae 's2
DAY..-88 .ne# artiolos for
2 A efts~ iamples Prop H, ,.11.
IWlfed, Me. ot9
F" A tAl '90K ~ Pjrr.
ee e, _ita, __ p
*ys M lr, zni.iei.te 9
g *Bs#w0.'f(, aI. JS,
No.44ultaMillIaI5. gg ft4J9gp4 g
RED JACKET AXE
Ui bel er than outr regular ahaped Ares6r
these reasonsa First-It ctib4 tjeopll.. t4.
cond it. don,'t stick in the woo,1. -'Illird-It
does not jar the hand. Pot it h--No Ii the is
aItsted lit taking th Ax e out of the et.
Fif-il--Wi 10 1131it t ae labe you will do )ge.
third more wcrk than with regular o.
lIed paint las nuotiing to do with the gnlod'
qualities of this Axe, for all.qur Axes tre
painted red. if your- lirdn'a- i stolo'edoes
not keep oui goods, we Wgl' glady tiiger
inquirles or till your orders diroqf, i'. gaye
you (1th itnaime of thio ieareal, deaUWr 'ig
keeps our Axes.
LlI'l'ISCOTT & IBAKEWEIA.
sole owners of Colburn's and Ited Jacket
'ateit.s. sept 22
r iIRTY YEAR8' Experlncein he Trept,
.mont of Chronio and Hexti Disones.
A Physiologicail View of Marrimi-. I o
chenpest hook ever publiedconttiiing
tiearly 300 pnges, and 130 fine engravinge
of the anaumy oft hO immia ormir in a
state of herilth nd 1111(14tes', Iiith' a tfreatise
Ol cdrly errors, i. .de fh,rie bonseliendes
u1on tt i mind and body, with I he atuthor''
plai of treatment--the only rational and
sucesisful mode of ouiro, its shownthy a re
port, of cascs trentel. A truthful tdviser
to tho' :liarriled and those conemiphlai~ng'
rnuringo li'o clitelrnin doubts of their pli
sloal conidition. Sient free of postage to
any addresi on t'oceipt of 26 conts,' In
stamps or postal eur ygnoy, by addresaing
Dr. LA CR? ., No. 731 Maldon Lano, AlhA
ny, N. Y. ile itnitoe may bol conuiltei
upon any of the diseases upiln whIch.-Iiis
book treat, eit her porsonally.or hy mnil, and
medicines sent to any part I('1111. worldp.
WO .Aro Comin
r IlE Gecat Original Dllatr Sale o de
- and IFlancy Goods, and will pl'esoart to
any person sending Its a Club, a- Vatlt,
Silk Dress. Piece of ihteeting,
FR E E 0 F 0 8-T.
Send for Cataloguo of Goods and saimple,
-deliveredI to at idilress free.
,Y .48. 11 A W A"1. & ('6.,
12A & 130'Vederil St., Boston, Mas3., P.
0. 1t o., C.
N. IlV.-Saillples igiven on appliontion for
Catalogmue. sept 22.
It. WlIT'T'Tili, .1 Wylie S,. PitbiShrg,
I P, , of (iitoitwlde reputation, tre4tt
al venereal disenses : also, seminal weak$
negis, iipotenovy, &o., h. result, of- 41f,
aihuse. Sendil 2 s1tlIpti for sealed pqimplt'ul
60 pnes. No 'nat lier wiho f'alleul, state CAe.
Cohnukleatiodn Are'l se 1 .je
SY(IIO.\ANCY'. or SolT CIlitiN.
A wonderfi'l book : It rIsnq how ciil.
e' se 'an ftascinto anty mid they wish, l0ta
slantlfy. (All posses s hi n ibwer.) -t Iten t.
es how to get rich. Aluhieny, )r. D3ee's
nd Allen's pb;ahlla, Bindings. erceies
icnnt atious, Jeonol'6gy, Magio \mr1.
ium, ilriinnin, S.'Ari'Ae (Uififlt', an
thousand oth fohil'ers. Spetit hy mnll fl A
25 cents. I ddress 't. Wco M,.-& 00,
Ptbliihers,' Souit Seventh st'roof' PhIMadel
1iy the Metropoliletn GVtf Co.
CASII GIFT8 'O7T T 10A(U'T OFI $500;00( ,
Eveiy-Ticket 'aiws a Prize.
6 Cuash 0ifts, each, t20,0Q
10 ,' 0 0,'
20 ' 5,000
.10 " " f 1,00
'200 " " " r,00'
610 Eiegant Rlosewod Pianos, enioh Saty
75 Elegant 1Yogewood NIeledeons each $ S'
850 Sewing Mttchinds, enoh f liO0 to 176'
1100 Ghold Watches, echl - 761 to 200t
6'ash P'rites,- Silver Wave, &o., valued 4a
$f,000,000 . .
A chmantg to draw'nny~of the nuoivo Pi-izes'
for 2%. ' 'ickets d'ecfiribbhig Pikes aro ed
ed in Envolopien and well mixed.. OIn recoist'
or 211u. a Senled Tioket, is drawn \'1ithout,
chioice andi Sat Iby miail to ny' dr ..
The pr1izo iam'ed unon it, .iji,.bos d1,iorgd
lar I iss ae nm'ditell. 61h' o
A defress by' expr'ess or 'iet~i fr -Mal'.'
You wili k-now what. yrsi'n Jriies sbaoo
fois pay for' i't: A'iny piiiSti eqhlgedtlfor'
iaother of the snee vat n'e.- No Blanks flaY
pttroins 6'an depend. on fitir dealin'g
Reyith'dx~:-We tieledt! thf~ the follow
hig from talay who have lnately dtnkni Val
unblo l'risoe anid kindly poimatted' us to
publish them : Andrew .J. Daten5, ,Cbh . g6
$10,000; t Miss Clara 8. Watlker, JButt Ihork-*
Piano, $800;t Jamtes M. Mathiefs . )e(rolt,
$5,900; John T. Andretj,. Ennny
$6,000 ; Miss Agnes' Simumons,6Ohnriesto,,
Piano, $000. We peblih no zd'nmt- with.
out permissioal6 . .~ ~ '
Or'intons or -r'K Pnres .- -'hllm ar'
11tifeo, andi dese'rveeh'r io ' ierg
~7 lund, May 8. "W6' lpdse hil1eo titom to
b-i a faIr denig Aurm?--N.- Y. //h-ad, Mafy
28. 4lA frIend of oinedw it~ $60- ptrize,
which was * promptly. -roolvI?--..h)d4g
News, Juane '
8Sssd foi- cii'aut. r2b'ora naliidenleta lo'
package of goaled Envolopes centalesi oga
.0rtea.- 8l'l4idrs for $1; -1%fog$2.,
20 for $5'; l1l0 for $16. 411 letrh hgt
be sfidroM9o . > 3
se 22 "' 17 D6Id ~~a Yd 9
4T ANT Ti.&---A9EN.'.--$75 t o 4200,er
iotnth. dVerywh,4i'6 Male mnil Fe
male to introdunwe thod KLf .I41 iRQV
'I. QN-U. -
brolier in a niost superior matinA'M $I6o
Otily $5 Filly EAhrat i4fo~ fiVedyears,
*o will pay , $,000 for any' madhidtee '.tt.
olasdtl. au pir y y g f 8rMr
dia'nhVeifttn1 :wtfiff fl%@'ll h' oa 6t ?.
Tu~led'r sfre *1'Uo01-(64lhltg /19. We 3My
~A gets r Om 0$78i'fc $20 0: ,saan 'ad
of pens ,-, o a pp mihpsn Cfjm~ hh pX6
, ~nr p
flhy''o ididto dfl a nthtii di
ha,1 4donf; er it