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NSWAnIt December 16.-A boat
containIpg a party of thirteen work
inon, who had been engaged in put
ting up tho frame work of the new
draw-bridge for the New Jersey Rail
road Company, ovei- the PassaIo, cap
sized ,tie ioop as. the men werp going
to dinner, and ''our and ono boy
drowned.,,T.hey. were iron-workers, in
the etnptoynent lof the Pittsburg
Bridge' 13 ih'd "Cotn panf. Their
Ouae f Jphjp Illey,.Thomtas Kilso,
Villlatn Manuboster and John Leo
ard,'of Newark,. and Timothy Grif
fith; of Pittsbtirg, Pa., all uInnat ri.d.
CoLrtnu' , ., Doceminber 18.
leo. lgle was kiklod ii a taloonri at
2 u'clock this iu'nintug.' Pter Dash
am k nook I;,p ja opvrt ay4 Peter
Troot knocked 'e Is head against tho
floor, breakih hlt 'skull. The men
had tpt 1$ ight in a'ganabling Ea
loon, s'nd' Wre drunk. Troot and
)esham have been arrested.
J Az rJTON, PA;, Ddeember 18.-A
c 1 nripe caveg to-dsay, carrying down
to ageshousep tpo lives lost.
New York Market.
Num;Va)olK, Dco 18, ' I'. M.--Cot.
ton dull and -unchanged, with sales
of 1,000 bales, at 25. Gold 201.
Cu AutLTow; December 18.-Cottotn
qtiet, 'ad iunobanged, with sales of
225 bales-middlings 241 ; receipts
LivsnrooL, De. 18.-Cotton quiet
and ssier--idpiands 1 ; Orleans
12J ; ' Mles ,2,000 bales.
4~i Testimonials from England.
Sinaa, ,.)kvt; n. spffered, severely from
thmeumatio pani In the head and face, I was
induitd, fron what, hIheard said, of it to
try:l aittn iat ':'Aitt Kali.r.n from which
I soon, fopnd relief. It is indeed a valuable
article: ".l am.yolars, &o,
WILLiAM EVANS, (Miner,)
Thig iiptocertify thetp-I have beeu a suf
ferer :froni Indigest ion. 'and violent Sick
headache tot upwards of four years. I
have conaulted iany of the Faculty, but
have derived no material benefit from any
no:urci, until I tried Panny DAVis' PAIN
Kmirt.zun. which, I an h:tppy to state, has
done me wore good than all I ever trihd be
Gurrr.uMs.r,-I have ituch pleasure in
speaking ^t' the grent egicacy and useful
4 of your .PAIN iN.LIu. Two years
was sevem&ly a ipted with a painful
internal dijensc, whet a friend of mine,
wh-,. hmd just teturned fron the States,
gave me a small Ayrpmimity. of PAm ay KIt..K,
which he had b;-ougt.: 9ver withl' him. I
took it as directed, and tho relief was im.
mediate, and so satisfied was I of its value
as n medicine, ilitt I itmi'diately sent, to
New York for hilf a dozen bottles ; and I
am Ihankfdl to say. that it iha proved to
my family and friends who have tied It of
intstimeahle valie in relieving almost all
kinds of paiti and sufI'ring.
Yours, &e . It. D. MEAD,
No. 1 Pall-Mall, Manchester.
4 Th 3Ged o.itorlal Annual.
Iogetfr's Unil~d UItcte Almanac for
1870, fo'r distributlen, brad., throughout
thte .United Sitlp anad alilovlised c~imntrmies
of the-.Wesj'rmi' Ilem 'lir~, will 1be pub
lishtei bbel (ho 'ilrdo' lary, and all
who d ish'tQ n' erracl the triue phtilosophy
of hietih slboaf, reiid and ponder the valu
abloe %ggedins it, contains. In addition
to an" .Judtbl meie Lreatise en the
causes, preventon anu ours of a great
vrety' of diseases, it. emubl'aes a lerge
amounmt, of infor'mationi lbaerestine tolDhe
merchant, the mieohanale, the miner, Ite
farmer, the planter, anti professional man ;
and the calculations have been mtndto for
suoh mierldians and latitudes as are mest
suitable for a corrbct and compreheonsive
National Calendar. '*
The'hbatr'ue, ,(sos, 'and Oxt raordina y sani
tary efreets of hIOSTETFTER,'8SI'OMACII
BITT JS, t} ,stuplg toni sapd alterative of
mord .J n. qIf; tite, Cbtistianmmrlil, are
vauberecipes for the household amid
farm, h'm usa qneedotes, qnd. oilher jn
origltn.[ p spleet, ,Amiyopg th Annumals
to appe r thl mle copening of the year, this
will be~pne of tia nauest.vseful, and giay he
had for'theusklih . &' Send for dopted~ to thie
Central Manufactotry, ai, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
or to thd Ventst/ deefer'hid Hl4STHTTER'S
NTQ IAj1i'ER'S. The itTTSRS are
sol n every oity, town and village, and are
e ively useed h,,rougou the #n:tird
a461 @3 d, . eso o 2.Ig 1r
Price list furnished 6 applioation,
IAVE w eve on of $14 1i
duced prices, " .
o lc~i# .
NCREASE your props and improve your
Land, by using'
Impborted by us direct frotm the Phoenix Is
lands, South Pacific Ocesta.
Wiloom, Gibbs & Co.,
Prepared'nt Savannah, Ga. and Charleston.
8. C., which has proved in the soil the
best Manure in use. For solo by
WILCOI, GIBIS & (O.,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
99 Bay Street. Savannah, Ga.
04 East Bay.St., Charleston, 8. C.
241 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
wI ALSO KEEP
Pure No. I Peruvian Guano.
-" Dissolved Bone.
' Land Plaster.
For further information, address, as
above for circular, or eubseribe to Southern
Agriculturisj, published by W. C. Mtaomne
phy & Co., at Augheta and Savannah, Ga.
at the low price of 25c. per annum.
To Those Indebted,
A LL who owe ) R FLENIKEN, Agent,
t for Aubrey & Co., for supplies ad
vanced during this year, are requested to
come and pay up by the close of this month,
as further indulgence will not, be granted.
Prompt payment for this year may insure
assistance if required next year.
Those who still owe him for their unpaid
accounts for 1867 and 1868, will greatly
enhance their credit by settling, and save
a fee to some of the 'awyers.
JE WELR Y, &c.
14, 16, 18 Karet, Plated and Solid Gold
Rcings, Improved Shirt Studs, Screw Shirt,
Stude. Mechanic and Masonio.Pins Sleeve
Buttons, a lqt of fine Clocks, all kinds, will
be sold low for cash Come and see. My
motto Is "quick sales and small profits."
Second door from Col. ltion's Otlice.
INTEREST PAID ON
CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT,
The Carolina National Bank,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
BY resolution of the Board of Directors
of this Bank, Certificates of Deposit.
will be issued, drawing interea ..r the rate
of SEVEN PER OKNT. PER ANNUME, the legal
rate for money in the State of South Caroli
na, for sum- deposited in this manner, to
remain not less than thirty days, payable
on demand after ten days notice.
The Capit:al Stock of this Bank is now
$128,500, and authorit~y has been granted
to increase it to the sum of $200,000. The
security of Depositors is granted by the
full payment of this Capital Stock, and by
the examination and published reports of
its condition whenever required by the
Comptrelier of the National Currency Bu
'lhe Bank deals in Exchange, Gold and
Silver Coin, and National and State Securi..
ties generally. Deposits received in Coin
or Currency, aud pid in the sams. When
interest is paid, It will be fx IaND.
Persons having funds to invest, are re.
speetfully invited to correspond with the
President or Cashier on the subject, and
make all investigation they may sea proper
to satisfy themselves of the safety and pro
duct ivenesi. of an investment in its stock.
- The Carolina National Bank has purcbas.
ed for its use the buailding belonging
t6 the Bank of the State, in the city ot
Columbia, which it will occupy so soon at
tihe necessary alterations and itnprovementa
can be madhe. GIreat care will be taken in
the coqatruetlon of its Vault, which will be
large and as strong as granite an.I iron can
make it, affording every possible scurity te
BOARI' o1 DInsOToUS.
L. D. Cist~us, Pres't, De. J. W. PAnKan
EDWAno Iiors, R. O'NatR, Ja.,
JouN Passarow, Ja., J. 0. Ginas.
WV. B GIULIOK, Cashier.
u Qiide or6k th Jne~
rdbai rCo6it ,X .*il
and dNil*elaboui atticles :hieonging. e iot
estate of said James R. Bioutware, deceased
Ext, of Jae DR out ware, deo'd.
.olendag your land eye allyour Dark
L ress,- andinotify .us *f the . aumbier o
.oor you can fttrnish within the next uih
nionti *.L yeqpum qating prices
9 Tb 8004 & WOODWARD.
~j~jF,0~~G 1U1T OANS, Alst
P W~l. d. ust received.
1 eMASTIR4& BRics.
Itya0fvy4 .f so by sht
p(s O! bp, ieoesed.,
i anary n6, befbre the Couri
M!?SMaforo, 8' betwee its A
head mA. eat fed b
paA a& .staew4rs A.-S el
1000 BUSHELS prime Whi e Coo..
100 Barrels Extra Flour.
100 Sacks Liverpool Halt.
And a general assortment of Grooerles
which will be sold very low to close out, my
business by the first of January.
All patties having any demands against
me will present them by the first of Janua.
ry for payment, and any parties owlsg me
must settle up as I must have money to
meet demands against me.
JNO. P. MATTfEWS, Jr.
Bs . DAVIDSON, & Co.,
pAVE just received a new and large sup
&c., &o., &c.,
Wh;ch they offer at greatly reduced prices
Persons wanting anything in their line
are invited to call and examine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
They will take pleasure in showing their
goods. tee U.
Ketohin, McMaster & Brice.
"Devoe's Oil is endorsed by the leading
Fire Insurance Companies of this City. In
view of the miany dangerous explosions from
the use of oils of an intlamniinablo nature,
and the destruotive tires caused by the same
means, we consider a pure and perfectly
sate illuminator to be a public be.ofaction."
New York Paper
A large supply of the above, just receiv
ed and for sal.e
To Wagon and Carriage Makers.
A large lot of material such as Iiubbs,
Felloes, Spokes, Shafts. Poles, &c., assorted
sizes, all sorts of material furnished at
A Large Variety of
Hardlware can always be found at the
store of Ketchin, MoMaster & lrice ; Cut
Nails, Clinch Nails, Brads and Finishing
Nails, Morse Nails, horse and Mule Shoes,
Bar Iron. Rod Iron, Plow Iron, Cast Steel,
Plow Steel, &o.
We have been making recent large addi
tions to our Stock of Dry Goods, Boots
and. Shoes, ints, &c.
A largeaasortment. of Ladies' Cloaks just
received, and a lot of extra fine Clothing
for Gents and Youths expected in a few
KETCH IN, McMASTER &13RICE
~E E 'M' O V .A L.
W. W, KETOHIN'
ILAS removed to the flouth Store of WV.
K. . Robertson's new building where h.'
will be pleased to see his old friends and
custonmers and the Public generally. L am
now opening a new and complete sleek of
Groceries, Provisions, hardware, Dry Gocods,
&o., &o . c. nsisting in part of
Bacon. h~ams, Lard, Molasses all kinds.
Sugars, all grades, Coffee, Tea, Flour, No 1
Faiy on,,, Osnis, Wheat, Tobncco,Chsecso,
Maekere'l, Iherring, Wh ite Wine Vitnegar,
soda, Starch, Soap, Cnndles, Macai'oni,
Citron, Currents, Nutmeg, All Spice, Gin.
ger, Woodenware, Crockery Glassware,
Shoes and Doo s, Ready tnae Clothing,
hInts. Calicoes, IBleach~edD Brovn and strip
ed hlomnespuns, fled TickIng, &o., &e.
All of which 1 will sell as low for OAS!
na can be biought in this market,
10 tons Mapes Super-Phosphate of LIme.
Call on Men of Business,
At the Store of
GOODING, STURT & CO,,
(Next Door to the Pestoffice,)
IN he hour of Business, where you will
find the best, Groceries, Wines and Li.
quors, which will be sold ad-warrant~e
And having traneacied your busid kWin
purchasing n lot of saidJGroc erice, you
will con fer a lastin; favoron
Your obedIent servants,
nov 4GOOD)INO, STUA RT & C0.
tlon. to the highest bidde,'are't-~latgel.
debc. of said deceased, on the first Atena y
in January next, all the property,is-bal stud
perSonal, belonging to the ettate efr the
said ,John Cork.
The real estate consists of two treets of
land, beti Jyinn it ?the (caty tn* 8 e
*farsealg. Oasep~taiss asres, not l
oter tract aa hy
AfL acres, more or les, bound b
land of ire. Bibethb l~yRrs. Poll
'rice R.,.a . -ar. . . ..
0oo BUSHELS pripie Maryland
UU~ai Corn In good- Sacks5 fpr sale
low for Cash.
BACOT & 00O.
Just received 11 barrels fine Florida
Oranges, which we will sell out at 50 centa
per dozen; or cheaper by the barrel.
IDACOT & CO.
Wines, Liquoi-s, &c.
Wishing to close out our entire stoek of
Wines and Liquors, we are prepared to
sell at lower prices tran can be bought in
this market We now have on hand a' large
stock consisting in part of
I Casks of tine Sherry and Port Wine.
6 bbls. of fine Copier Distilled Rye Whis
2 ebi of fine Corn Whiskey.
I bhl. London Hoak Gin.
8 bbis. common XX Whiskey.
French Brandy. Port, Sherry, ladeira
and Champaign Wines, and Jamale Itun in
bottles. Call and examine, as we are anx.
sous to olose out our entire stock of Wines
and Liquors. JIACOT & CO.
MORE NEW GOODS I
Great Bargains in ine
S. WOLF E,
H WING just received additional supplies
of Domestic and Staple Goods, tlank.
kets, Shoes, Clothing and Gentlemen's Out.
fitting, would call the attention of the e'ti.
tizens and public in general. Having ns.
sunmed the superintendence of the store oc
ouplcd heretofore by his brother, Jacb
Wolfe, he will otter the stock at such LO '
PRICES as cannot be equalled this side of
New York, such as the best gtality of
Black Silk, Velvets, Cloths, Marinoes, Pop,
lins, Scotch Plaids, Empress Cloths and
every variety of the finest Dress Goods and
most superior Shawls ever brought- to this
market. Real Baruche and English Paisley,
also for Weddings and parties, superivr
White Goods, White Alpacca, Lustre Thule,
Organdie and Swiss Muslin, an excellent.
assortment of Dress Goods, the stock of fine
Goods being large. will be sold at unprece.
dented LO IW PRIOES, as will be proven
by a call at the stores occupied by Jaoob
Wolfe and Ii. Daruch.
nov 20 Agent.
CAMPSEN MILLS FLOUR
FIRST PREMIUM at the S. C. FAIR IN
rpH E undersigned offer to their country
.friends, and the public in general, a
choice and pure nrtice of FLOUR. They
have on hand, and grinding daily a full
Family, Extra and Superfine Flour.
Northern and Western Flour at locest mar.
Corn! Oats ! Ihy!
6.000 Bushels prime White Corn,
2,000 " " Seed and Feeding
600 Hales 1I 'y.
JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
nov 27- mi Charleston, 8. C.
Mattresses ! Mattresses ! ?
We are now prepared Is fill orders for
Bedsteads having the patetit "8cioto Joint,"
a most important imnproveument. It iimiuch
stronger and more Inportant than iron fels
teninigs. Is very sinmple In use. It, tar
nishes no hiding place for btugs.
A lot of Mlattresses and Saloon Tables,
Jus rcevc ~ McINTYRE & CO.,
LIFE INSURANCE~ COMPA NY.1
-WINssnoao, S. C.
Examin e tiperior inducements oered.
8 M. L. OAIfJ.A RD will
.1 give instructiehA in Mui
sic on the Piano.
For terms, &e.., apply at, her resideb~de,
cr to W'. 3. Dwigitt. -
1 DBL. flue A pple Jack just reooive4 by
pov 40 QtiODING, STUART CO.
Splendid StocJ( of Goo~s
ares p po 4f *n pa~
stock of Qdse$ aofom.dntil trJe
W6-ate deterliitied t'o lkettethe ~ed fosuit
the t6:Aes and tl cell o'rratiicleint, loW as
thr y 0%n be ug ht .in any pnarket - brcet
United Stat ey . mwIM1 M money,131
Bleachetland D4fvDbdesti#* teh..I
1d np4 .Dromib #ivrinre.08triped .and
Plaidl IQo eu gd .jkng acos
iessThett, Je as, Matgy~ And Nattefl
'fdble Dakeske..aed T~eUig, .0i1 OidtmEs
nces and D)eLanes scotoh l'laid%,n
IF YOU WANT TO SAYE MONEY
GO TO ELDER'S
COBP CASH STORE,
A NI buy your Fall and Winter Clothing.
,Boot sad 8hoes,llardwnre, Dry Goods,
Millinery, (lroceries, Furniture, &c. There
is no huImlnging, everything Is warranted
as represented and sold at the cheapest
rates. None ated come without the cash as
all goods Inuit he paid for on delivery.
iia unsurpassed Lrahtmr-Sav.i ig Mt-lah ins,
,auch as Clothes W sheers, Clharns, Dogh
Kneaders, &c.. together with his usu a
stock of iFur..iture, lItepal-ing, &c., will re.
celve close attention. lie Is now selling lis
Patent Clothes Washer and Unaivernal
Clothes Wringer, bath c onplete for $I i.
These are the cheapest Machin a ever offer.
ed in title market. Every machine is war.
ranted to he what they are represented, in
all enntes it they do not gIve enti t nat is
fact too, if returned in thirty days they will
be taken back and the money refunded.
Og lVA LES FLOUR in store which will be
C) .old at reduced prices every barrel
warranted as represented.
nov 9 F. ELDERl.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
0. B. Lamar, '
and wife and others, -
vs. Bill for Injunot Ion,
J. M. Rutland ant f Account and ltleef.
C. D. Ford, Exors.
of N. A. 1'eny.
PURISUANT to Orders of 'nlo. made in
the above slated cause, 1 will trli at
public auction, to the highest bidder, before
the Court liouse door, in Winnsboro, on the
flirst Monday in January next, the f,,lleawiag
Plantations or Tracts of land belonging to
the estate of N. A. Posy. decensed :
Tract "A" of O.W Flint 11th 'lace, con
laining 1057x26 acres.
Tract "11" of the Flint Hill Place, cot
taining 229 acres.
Tract. ''t"' of the Flint 11111 Place, con
tainmg 224 acres.
Tract "A" of- the Belton Place, contain
Tract "A" of the D)utchmnt's Creek Place
containing 915 acres.
Tract "A" of the Graham Place, con.
taltning 1276 arss.
Tract "1E" of the Graham Place, con.
laining 146 pores.
Tract "A" of ths Sand Hlills Placo, con
laining 870 acres.
Tract of the Arlege Place, containing
All of the above tracts of land are sold
at the risk of Iho former purchasers.
Tartms or Sa.r.-About. $2600 in the
aggregate will be required to be paid in
Danh. The balance on a credit of one, two,
hree, four and 'five years, in etini 'innal
instalnents computing from day of sale,
with 'interest from date, to be scoured 'by
bond and good personal security and :a
mnortgage of the premiss.
Any purchaser paying onehtird of his
whol bid In 'Cash, w nart bo requile'd to
have uretes to his bond.
Any purchaser paying the whole 6f his
bid In cash, will be allowed a dliscount et
en por pent up -i the amo.nt of his .bid.
Pprchascrs to pay for gnpers and .t amps.
SAML. B (.LOWNEY. C. C. 1'
Winnsboro, 8. t'., Dec. 7th 1859.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Charlotte and S. C. Railroad Company.
vs. Levi Huntington. Ord r of 8a'o and
In pursuance of an orde'r of Court made
hi thte above statedl case I will offet' for talc
at publIc auction to thto highesat hidder at
the Court hlouse In Winnsborn, on thaefle'st
\Iond~ay In January testi, all the lot or
parcel of laand In the Town of Witnnsboro,
aontaiattg Four-lifahs of an A cro, more or
less, bounded ont the 1eat, by cofagress st.,
on the northa by Moutltrin tat., on then suatmh
tay a lot belonging to W. B. "a -relght and
on the east by the Chtarlotte and S. U.Ihlnil
Termis of Sale.
--One half of the purchase monley t o be
paId In cash on day of sale, pni for thte
balance a credit of one year, witha intterebt
frotm day of s'ale., l'ho-purchasecr to gac
bond witha approrod aaur'eties, antd -a ntort .
gage of tl o preamises', t o sccure the0 putr
ese monoy, attd pay for all necessary.pa
per. and revenue at amps.
L. W DIJVALJ.8.FP. C.
Sherlfft Officee Dec 11th, 1869.
UNDER DEOREE IN EQUITYL
Batmi. B. COlowney, d. C. . P., vs. Jmne
'Catahcart, J.,iohanrd Canhcart, DanIel de.
son--Bill Wo ifoeclose Mortgaje.
DY virtuae of pn order oaf age piade jna the
.above state cqag, J will sell rat publio
~ou'rt hlotse Idl nniibar'6,'on aIeoflt ln
ny~ tii Janbaray usett f e I ~e otithind do
scrlbed Inl the' pleading, Itt'this' "caue, sit..
natehan Fajrfte'a.County and titate of S'outht
CArolina oqlttning aboute
Tt.nus or SA.Lma-Cost oft utalbk ad ex penz.
es of ale and -ene -Ihalf of t e pat case
arsnby -tetbopatd tn cash, Tirg 1,alaue on
fr;a dgy.of saleteobe eot y an~od of'
tde jfnperw trne si Mnpti. . - '' -
SA Mk B. C'LOWN BY, O;'t . P,
r.VJerk'i fIoe, beo, 1Qths 16t0,
dee ll..flag ~ .5
.WJCR DECRJE IN KQULTY.
Wesley 'Hayfield. asdrae.,e. BSvtflling.
Iel-4-illligt imIati a,~z
U Itcfe.ot ~Iv gph p aiadejn o
sucgl i eaag kifuj a
4.aurqmtt sd iteb,' lotib
stamp..9 iS Lhe sa tew A
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
The supply of Peruvian Guano having
becomo exhausted, it is necessary for the
planting community to look for a substitute
for this artiolo, so etlloacious In promnoting
and sustaining the growth of cotton. The
combination of Peruvian Guano and Dis.
solved Bones has been found to 'e the
safest and best of all the many . t -c es
offered, and we are conlident that inan
ordinary season, to use the language of Mr,
David Dickson, can never fail. In pre.
senting our AMMONIATED to the Planter,
we but give the ocmbination in a form
ready for immediate use, thus saving the
cost and trouble of manipulation and scour.
lng informiny in quality.
The practical results obtained from the
articles shipped by as prove them to be
superior to all others, and in a trade ex.
tending through every portion of the Cotton
Growing Regions, and, during the past five
years, consuming thousands of tons, we are
yet to hear of the first complaint.
In our inanufacture we discard all mineral
,hosi'hnt es, and rely entirely upon Pute
Bone made readily solublo by the use of
Sulphurio Auid. The Ammonia is supplied
from the next. valuable source to Peruvian
Guano, and in sutlcient quantities to give
the plant a vigorous anti healthy growth,
ihe soluble bone sustaining it throughout
We havo no hesitation in placing this
article against any manufacture or combi
u;ition known and will refund every dollar
spent in its purchase in case It does not give
sat ist'act ion.
i''or the character and purity of the arti.
eles shipped by us we refer to the promi.
nett names aipended,t hey being a few of
those who obtain their supplies frotn us.
JOHN ML'RItY MAN & CO.,
.OeeroF3.0 em g
iavil Dickson, Hancock county
Dr. I; l I'endleton, 1
W W Simpson,
A J Lane, I
Col. 'T M Turner,
John 1 Blurry,
Jamey I Gray, Juones c'ounty
H S Kisar, hlonston county
M 0 Robert., Wilkes county
N W Stone, Columbia county
Dr. IHenry Gaither, Newton county
Dr. J 8 latnilton, Athens
latward hianoroft "
A P Dearing, 6
A Livingston. Newton county
Hon. T J. 8mith, Jefferson county
1A PItiobards, Newton county
John I Chi glolm, 1 est Point
Stoph n DT 'icard, Augusta
1' I) t, -iyt 11. al.ien
16. 11M Cuuninghum, La Orange
Col, l ti l.uee, Doughert-y county
lion Ilersohell V Johnson, Jefferion 0o.
J Ii Wi!kins, Jeiferson county
Jn. C Denham, Putnam county
1 Pint up, Colutmbiai county
G M Stokes, Leo county
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C A NFunolly, Waulon oounty
S.W Swanson, Tronp county
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Sierling J Elder, Coweta county
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B amuel M 'Carter, Muri'ay coasty
J 11 .'Stapier, Lowndes county
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O WV Lewis, Decatue county,
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A J White,'Mtieon
A-V Brumbiy, Atlanzta
Q Rt Nolan, llenry cunty
Z/ Ii Clark, Oglethprp. county
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