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RICHMOND, Jan. 25.-A salute of
one hundred guns were fired in the
park at noon, in honor of the admis
sion of the State.
Several thousand persons were pres
ent, two-thirds of whom were colored.
National flags were raised on the
Custom House and Capitol.
Gov. Walker spoke a few minutes,
congratulate the people and predict
ing a glorious future for Virginia.
A colored Conservative and a num-'
ber of oolored Republioans made po
litical spiechds, the burdmn of.the lat
ter's being that if the Stato did not
follow the spirit - of the Reconstrue.
tion Acts she would be put back us a
Rcnnoxn, Jan. 27.-Gov. Walker
issued a proclamation colivening the
Legi.,lature Tuesday, February 8.
Nzw ORLEANS, Jan. 27.-The Le
gislature passed a joint resolution pe
titioning Congress not to reduce the
.duty on sugar and molasses, and a bill
anmeding the gambling law. It re
inaugurates the old system of private
.gambling and black-mailing.
The State Central Committee and 1
Collector Casey, in conference, agree
to discharge sixty-four Custom House
clerks, and fill their places with active
ATLANTA, Jan'ary 27.-The Seiate
qualified two members from the Eghth
and Tenth Districts, to day. In the
House, a .comwunicat ion from the Go j
vernor, endorsed 4y General Terry, w as I
read, stating that certaii l1r-rsoms are
here clakaing ti 9seate of those declared
ineligibie -b? the Military Board, they
having receiv.od the next highest vote.
The Governor recommended thr.t they
be allowed to take their seats. lie said
that General Terry endorsed this course,
but lie was willing to submit the ques 1
tion to the House. The House refused
to seat them, by a vote of 63 to 65.
MACON, GA., January 27.-The-r
Green Line excursion reached here at
daylight this moruing, and were receiv.
ed w ith the same cordiality as has been
manifested at all other points. rhey
remain here till 6 o'clock thia evening.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock a grand ban.
quet is to bo given, and, at 6 o'clock,
the excursion party leave for Savanriah.
ATLANTA, January 29.-The Sen
ate received a communication to-day,
frsw General Terry, through the Gov.
ernor, declaring to Senators ineligible,
and the seat of another vacant. A
resolution pa. _cd, seating those re
eeiving the next highest vote. Two
white and one colored men were sworn
in to fill the vacancies.
KaY"VEST, FILA., January 29.
Sonor .0ousalo Costignon the editor
of Veric de Cuba, arrived here from
Havana, this morning. It is report
ed, lie comes to fight a duel with the
editor of the Key West Republican.
HAVANA, January 27.-Valmaseda
reports Bayoma, Jaquani and Manza
nillo tranquil, while Guantonoma,
Baracoa and Santiag. are free of in
surgents. Valinaseda is about leav
ing Santiago to assume command of
the troops at Los Tunos.
PARIs, January 29.-The Corps
Legislat-iff support the Governiment'h
commercial policy, by a vote of 201 to
MUNIcII, January 59.-The Baya
rian Parliament demands the resigna
tion of Hlohenlope and his cabinet.
ROME, January 29.-The Arch
bishiop of AlIgiers h as gone to Paris,
to lear the Emperor' s views on inifal
libility. Doubts regarding which,
cause the Pope uneasinew.
LosnoN, Jaiiuary 29.-The Morn
ingq 'Iblefraph, of to-day, exalts in the
success of the Erie shareholders hero,
in circumventing James Fisk, Jr., by
having shat es stamped b'fore a fresh
batch can arrive. Saturday's R~eview
has an article on American affairs to
day. The writer thinks the confirma
tion of Edwin M. Stanton and the
rejection of Judge Hoar by the Uni
ted States Senate, prove that the Na
tional Constituation arid Federal Courts
are as faulty as those of New York
State. Extremea partisanship is the
test of qualification in botb eases.
PAnIS, January 29..-M. Emila
Ollivei-,- Perme Mitilster, his address
ed a circular to procureur-s generauax,
ont thie'stzbject 6f' the press. lie says
poleiesc are to be fpe, brit their at
taeks6n 'the E~ntpe for,''apologies for
erimies aid~attem pts to turu soldiers
fronm t o idhity, &% iikters that' tend
to cause disobedience of the laws, and
all libels, are to be sevdrely' punished,
especially the latter, wit .heav.y fines.
He also objoin th6 obset a~ieb of groat
anuqunges the .capture Qf Guaomoro,
the eaitdi'of the Inoruigents, by 'the
forces under Peullo, after a saevere
cooibitn Pelo 'IA how refurning to
the coast, on acpunt of the scaroity
WASHIINGTON, January 25.-The
weathet cautlnees. biI'y thiek.
3Q. JL3 Luoa, of the Spottswood Hoe
t'el, is hereQ jiite. Prince Arthur,
on b6hilf of threcttisens 'otRioh mend
to'pay'A vet to that clty. Mr. Luck
visited Mr Th'lornton, and was inform
ed that the Pcine would go no fur
ther South now, but would probably
visit the South before returning to
The House is discussIng League Is
In the Senate California whiskey is
the subject of debate.
Robertson presented a huge bill
removing Individual disabilities.
The Virginia Representatives will
bie admitted on taking the usual oath,
with the exception of Porter, Sogar,
Booker and McKenzie, wvhose cases
are hold for further consideration.
The Virginia Senators ntio being
bore na attion has boon taken reard.m
The Virginia bill is engrossed, and
8 now in the Senate awaiting COlfax's
ignature. Immediately upon its re
urn it will go the President.
Virginia's admission will certainly
)e completed to-day, and if the Presi
lent's approval be returned in time,
;everal of the Virginia Represeuta
ives will be seated to-day.
\VASHINGTON, January 27.-Sena
,ors Carpenter, Ednunds and Ferry
tre considering Georgia; they will
avor a new election throughout the
state, or the reinstallation of General
Ituyer as Provisional Governor. Both
ow election and reinstallation seems
robable. Much dissatisfaetion and
liflerence of opinion exi3ts in Congress
In the Senate, a resolution nullify
ng the docioions of revenue oicers,
'egarding whiskey seizures, was indo
initely postponed. This action re
eases $1,000,000 worth of California
Porter announced the approval of
he Virginia bill. Platt, Ridgeway
rod Milner were seated. The JHousei
roted to seat Porter, but he, with
[Ire and Gibson, were not present,
)ut will be seated upon appearing at
ho bar of the House. Booker, Me
Knight and Sgar are held by the
&lection Committee for further con
\VASHINGTON, January 29..-The
[Iouse was devoted to debate, during
which, Wilkinson said, that in his
udgment, Congress had the power to
ake charge of railroads in States
,hat formed great commercial links.
['his power, be said, he believed was
rusted under that olause of the Con.
titution which declared that Congress
hould regulate commerce between
lie States. Mr. Bird, of New Jer
cy, inquired whether the gentleman
)elieved that Congress could take, for
nstance, the railroad running through
qow Jersey, and control its freight
Lnd other charges, and regulate them.
dr. Wilkinson had not the least doubt
hat Congress had a right to do this
hing, but that it was its duty to do
t, as a rebuke to New Jersey for fos
ering this monopoly. Mr. Wilkin.
on hoped Congress would take speedy
Letion upon this subject, and he gave
iotice that ho would himself intro
luce a bill declaring the policy of
Jongress upon this subject.
Butterileld was before the Gold
Jommittee, and contradicts Fisk.
The Ilaytien Minister (a mulatto)
leclined the Prcident'a invitation to
linner, stating that his chief, Salnave,
was executed, and himself bani.hed.
' Sherman ivil construct a new mili
ary department for Canby, which will
Prioce Arthur departs Northward
Porter hrs $1,000,000 unexpended
,ppropriation, which he hopes Con
cress will allow him to transfer to the
Jonstruetion and Steam Engineering
Bureau, which will enable the Navy
Department to re-instate discharged
500 men have been discharged from
the Brooklyn navy yard ; 1,100 from
,ho Philadelphia, and 1,300 from the
Boston navy yard.
Naw YOnK, Jan. 29, 7 P. M.-Cot.
ton lower, with sales of 950 bales, at
251. Gold 21ft.
CH AnSLESTON, January 29.-Cotton
npened steadly, but clesed quiet, with
sales of 500 bales---middlings 25;
LIvEniroot, January 29.-Cotton
alosed dull-uplands lift ; Orleans
lift a 11)~ ; sales 15,000 bales.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHAsE AHEAD or
l'A MM A NY.-The follo wing, says the
N~ew York I/crald, is given as a letter
Fromi Chief Juistice Chase to a member
>f the Ohio L~egielatutre:
WAs IlINGToN, November, 1869.
[Ion. THOMAS YEATMAN .
My DEAR S1R-The eves of' the
whole country arc upon tlie State of
Ohio. On your v'ote depends the pas
sage of the fifteenth anmendment. I
mm for for universal suffrage and uni
versal amnesty. The namendmnent
must be put through the Legislature
at all hazards. 8. P. CHAsE.
Now, considering the recent action
rf the democratic Legislature of New
York on this fifteenth amendemnent,
and of other Legislatures of the sanme
raith, the Chiof Justice has cut him.
self loose from the democratic party,
and no doubt he had enough of it in
the Tammany Contention. Who
speaks next ?-N. Y.Iherald.
That was a pithy reply sent by a
Hioboken editor to a man who chal.
h-'nged him to fight a duel. Said the
eballenged editor," "When I want to
die I can shoot myself."
A plan is favored by the Russian
government for the purpose of push
ing the culture of cotton into central
IPiokl es, thow-Chow, Cheshire Cheese,
baceo, Begars of all grades. Alsoe a fine
lot 4O(aunpson's Extra Family Flour, which
We also keep constantly on hand a fine
assortment of Wines, Liques and Ale,
which we offer at greatly reduced prices.
A nice lot of Mans' Womens' and Chil
drens' 8hoes and Oaitoe. Call and see.
GOODINO, STUAltT & Co.
VIRGINIA ADMITTED I
J UST received at Corner No. 1.-Sugar,
PCoffee, Mackerel in Barrels, Half lBar.
rels and Kits ; Cheese, Citron, Currents,
Qsudis, Potash, L'artor M4atokes, &o., at
;4an 29 - . W. DSSP011TES.
Ragn!l ,ags! Rags !
WINNRnoio, February 1.-78 bales of cot
ton were sold in this market during the
past week at 21@28&.
Lot Common Sense Deoile,
What is the rational modo of procedure
n case of general debility and nervois
prostration? Does not reason tell us that
judicious st imulat ion is required. To re
sort to violent purgation in such a case i
as absuid as it would be to bleed a starving
aan. Yet it is done every day. Yes, this
stupid and unphilosophical practice is con
tinued in the ieeth of lihe great fact that
physicil weakIness, with all the nervous
disturbanices that accon.pany it, is more
certainly and rapidly relieved by Hostel
ter's 83 otoimnoh* Bitters thant by another me
dicine at pree'it known. It im true that
general debility is often attended with tor
pidity r irregularity of the bowels, and
ihat this synplon must not be overlooked.
But while the disharge or the waste nat.
ter of tie system is expedited or regulated,
1ts vigor must be recruited. The Bitters
do both. They combine aperient and anti.
bilious properties. with extraordint--y tonio
power. Even while removing obstructioins
from the bowels, they tone and invigorate
' hose organs. Through tihe stomach, upon
whiich the great vegetable specifio tcts di.
rectly, it gives a healthy and permanent
impetus to every enreebled function. Di
gestion is facilitattedl, the faltering circula
tion regulated, the blood reinforced with a
new accession of the alimentary principle.
the nerves braced, and all tie dormant
powers of the system roused into healthy
action ; not spasmodically, as would be the
c'se if a mere stimulant, were administered,
but for a continuance. It Is in this wry
that such ext raordinary changes are wrought
in the condition of the feeble, emaciated
and nervous invalids by the use of this
wonderful corrective, alterative and tenic.
Let common sense decide between such a
preparation and a prostrating cathartic
supplemented by a poisonous astringent
like strychnine or quinia.
SrsctAL NOTrON. -To parties In want of
Doors, Sashes and Blindr, we refer to the
advertisement of P. P. Toale, the large
manufacturer of those goods in Charleston.
Price list. furnished on application.
Latest Quotations of
UiIARLESTON, S. C.,
Corrected Weekly by A, 0. KAUFMAN,
Broker, No. 25 Broad St.
STATSEHOURITIES-Southt Carolina, old
-@80; do, - ew,-@80; do, registered
stock, ex int-@70.
RAILROAD STOCKs-Charloite, Columbia
and Augusta,-@55: Gr enville and Co
lumbia, l}@2; Northeastern, 7@8; Sa
vannah and Charleston, 28@23J; South
Carolina, (whole shares) 880; do, (half
soUrH CAROLINA DANK DILLS.
*Bank of ChrrIesto , -
*Bank of Newberry, .- -
Bank of Camden, R
Bank of Georgetown, --@20
Bank of South Carolina, 10
Bank of Chester, 13a
Bank of Hamburg,
Bank of Stale of S.C. prior to 1861, 66@
Bank of State of 8. C. issue 1861
*Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
*People's Bank of Charleston, - -
*Union Bank of Charleston, - --
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles
toi, (now) ----@
State Bank of Charleston, 6@
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
Exchange Bank of Columbie, 15 a
Commercial Bank of Columbia, ' 2 --
Merchant's Bank of Cheraw, 5~ -
Planters' Bank of Fairfield, . 5 --
State of 8. C. Bills Receivable, par
City of Chatleston Change Bills, par
Seourities dull Exchange favoring buy
ers. Money tight. Bank rates 1} $ cent.
a month on Stook collaterals. Outside
rates arbitrary. Bank notes stagnant.
*OlIs marked thus (*) are being redeem
ed at the Bank Counters of each.
.Testimonials from England.
Sta.--laving suffered severely from
rheumatic pains in the head and face, J. was
indluced, from what I heard said of It to
try P,.any DAvis' PAtx Ktt,Lvua from which
I soon found relief. It is Iideed a valuable
article. I am yours, &c
WIL1LIA M EV'ANS, (Miner,)
This is to certify that I have been a suf.
ferer from Indigestion and violent Sick
ileadlacho fot upwards of four years. I
have consulted matny of the Faculty, but
have derived no material benefit from any
sontro-, until I tried PanRT DAvIS' PAtSx
KILr~ua, whioh, I am happy to state, has
Uoeno mo more good than all I ever triesd be
ESTH EIt BIGIGS,
Orsmsaus ,--I have much ploasutre in
speaking of the greet efficacy and useful
ness of yotur PAIN KELi~en. Two years
ago I was severely afflicted with a painftul
internal disease, when a friend of mine,
who had just returned from the States,
gave me a small quantlt.y of PAne Knu.,
whioh ho had bronght over with him. I
took it as directed, and the relief was im.
mediate, and so satisfied was I of Its value
as a medllcino, that I immediately sent to
New York for half a dozen bottles ; and I
anm thmankful to say, that it, has proved to
my family and friends who have used It of
inestimnable value in relieving almost all
kitnds of pain and suffering.
Yours, &e., 11. D. MEAD,
No. I Pall-Mall, Manehestor.
dee 21 _____
Notice to Physicians.
T IE hysoinsof Fairfiold County are
earesty rquetedto eetinWin
bore on Saturday the 6th February, for the
purpose of organising a County Medical
SocIety. jan 27-f i1
N~OTlCE Is hereby given to all whom 11
Imay concern that I will, on the 26th
day of February, A. D. 1870, a4 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, make application to the
Judge of Probate for Fairheld County, for
a final discharge ae Administrator of the
Estate of Robert Barber, deceased.
ja 2--m OoRGE BA RBER, Admr.
Flour ! Flour 1 Fleur !
SfoP sale by . ,~
NOTICE is hereb 11 411 om
Jnmy 00lotzt ot 2t
in the forenoon, make appication to th<
Fudg.oefPr941to oXI 1 Vn e fq,
ifinal dsoh& a r rd 3a at I
Jan 25-1 d
WE are now offering our eutire
NINTER STOCK at COST. The
>et bargains since the close of th
tar. Call and see for
LADD BROS &CO.
BACON! BA JN !
A LOT of Bacon for 8%0 at
jan 25 JNO. MoINTYRE & CO.
WE are offering our stock of Delaines
'lannels, Clothing, &o., &o., at
n order to make room for Spring Goods.
Call soon and get bargains.
R. F. DVIDSON, & C00.
A CIOICE lot Honey, Golden, Magno
lia and N. 0. Syrup and Muscovad<
Iloiasses, 13ncon sides, both clear and rib
NO.1, FAMILY FLOUR,
Rio, Laguayra and Gov't Voffee, Crushed
t. C. and C & C Yellow sugar,
tine assortment of Chiewitig Tobacco, Lar
n barrels and all size Caddles
Corn 0on ponsignent, and three hundreu
Blushiels WIVite Oats, by
D. Rt. PbENNIKENr
San 27 Agent for Aubrey & Co.
Close out Winter Stock.
F ELDERoffers his stock of .Winte
Clothing. Blankets, Dry Goode, liillh
nery, &c., at greatly redtheed prices in or
icr to give room for spring goods.
lHe has Just received 200 barrels ohle
ramily Flour, direct. from the mills whiel
be warrants, aslso n lot of Corn, Ba'con
hard, Cheese, Irish Potatoes, GardEn Seed
ic., all of which will be sold low fot' Cash
l libe asks. is a call before purchasing else
where. l'e also has in store for salie Ohs
ree'ts Celdierated Tonic. T~hese Blitters art
highly reomtmended, try them,
Is Labor-Saving Manhines,
ire always on hand which lie is. now scllin
it a reduced priee,Uinshes Washer and bJea
rersal Clothtes Wringer, all cofeglebeopric
515 Chjarns. $4; Bread Rheaderd, $2
ril warrauitedl to be ifhat they ate reyh'ese,1t
md, if not, they are taken back, if returirei
in thirty days and the money refehded.
A Good Inv'estment.
Hle offers all material on h~'an belengina
to the Cabinet business, Work Bleachet
reeols, &e., for sale. Also the balance o
Furniture will be sold out at cost to eost
out the business. F. ELDER,
Gaz'den Seeds~ I
Whit, and Yellow
And a large lot of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
Inst veie.hd 'b
HUrDiidereigpg begs lyap to iufori pis
a .1 frleoq and the puglio generally th I he
r hib reomVd his
Confitonry 'and Fruit
Into the lore iet weei P. Gorig, and the
store' fe.tnr.y oboupled by Jaco Wolfe,
where he Has on hand I complete stock of
French and Amerloan Confectionarieu,
Fruits and Nuts.
A full iupp'y ot Notions, Toys. Fire
Works. &o.. for the .-Liule Folks," for
CHIRJS1'.MAS. Coine Rout ,and yt first
choice. .E. '. OL L.E 'R.
[1AGS No. 1. 1lo Ctieo, 2 bags govein.
) uenti .Javit, 2 hadi imitation "Java, 2
bags Laguayra, antid I bg Moeha.
Young llysn, Ounpowiler, Imperial
Oolong, Japan and Etnglish bireakfast Black
a large as.mor! ment of canne I fruits. vage.
tables, &c-, consisting In part. of, PIneap
pie, Penelies. Cherries, Quinces. icedl Peas,
oniatbe Turtl Soup,Saltmon and Oydters.
26 bbls. Augnsta Mills family Flour.
25 Utiltnoro " extra "
26 " 1 #! . super
AL prices ranging from $7.75 to $11.00
per barrel, - BACOT & CO.
Now Mllhery, Dry Goods anul
%.. 0. ~B0A.-,
A T White's old stand, on the coinor, ins
on hand a fino lot of Dry Go.mis, Do
mestio Dress Goods, Cloaks, floop Skiris.
Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Not ions, Fancy
Goods, Millinery Gtiods, Shoes, leady
Mado Clot)ingt, for tten and boys, Ihtais,
Crockery Wooden Waro Tin Ware anil va
rious other articles too tedious to mnenltion.
Also Choice Family Grocerics, cauned
Fruits, Candles, &c.
Also Corn on hanil and for sale.
You will find it to your Interest to call
before making puroliases. jan 20-1ni
Boarding and Day School.
SOl- O "antianryi ,
1870, 1 will re-open a 13onrding
and Dny Sahool. The scholas
tic year will be divi led into two
sessions of 21) weeks ench The
English depart ment will emubrace erery
branch that constiltuto a thorough educa
tion. Languages, Music, Painting anid
Fancy Work, a separate charge. - Musloatl
department tinder the charge cf Miss M. L.
Gaillard. This Ornanental brneitoa will
embrace Painting in Oil-and Water Colors,
Grecian Vainting. Wax and Shell Work.
Boarding Including washing $75 per sea
sion. C. LADD.
jan 1-If -
SALTI SALT I SALT I
250 SACKS Liverpool SALT for a-te
2 0 low for cash.
J. 11. CATICAtT.
WrA 'ell ES, Clooks and Jewelry, from the
~flnest to the oleapest, Slitver Purp
Chains, and other kinds, Coral Neoklnces,
Cot-al and other kinds ot Earrings aud'Plain
Goldl RIngs. I amt selling out, at a very
small proflts. 011ARLLES MULLEl,
Second door from Col. Rion's Ollico.
.'upplie-.i in quantities to suit purohiasers.
,Orders from all partas of' the interior aiclicit
, e. Addr~ess Thtos McCraidy, Agent, P.
0. J.or 830, t'harlest on, d. C.
. IrncP.e.-Jafnies A'nglr & Co., iron.
, y Ii Catapbellt #r S80W. J. Itavenel. Dnvid
Jennings, "McCtdy -& don, W. 0. Dingle,
John 8. Ryan.' A .- ot 18-am
The Last Sensation!i
j ' OIlT hp5tNds a fre'at 'si:ppty of Pine
1 l hUhifma "daekiln'g Tbbnecei, Cannimed
l figar, Lard, OiAos. Table *'lt, Flout, Coap,
Ihverpogl Sal;, Qitlees'a.An~lis, I4hoep,
Itrd*re. r 'Gqus, h ' whi~te**'e
16w fd ohaf. J.NtoINTYt E'& CO.
ja$tt18 ' '- - -
-[ AM~now preparc.4 j9.
. 611 obderp fol- d/S Wueg (
&o. Also repatring neaitly exwent d, All
kinds.B.laakgwlth *ork iddne af. iny shoup.
opptjge efise pul e tl
< I I i Th e
we'whI .prey n
Tf TP Undersigned 'will continu. to diR
poso of his stock of Grooeries at o
until 1ho 16th February.
C. 11. Sidos, 20 cents.
biverpool talt $2 25
Flour por Barel, $0 75 to $8.50.
Uatra C Sugar, 16 cents.
Cloice ito Cot'ee, 25 cents, and a giee
ral assortment of Plantat.ion Hardware
Woodeawre, &c., whicb will bo closed ou
St the Qqrr nding low prices.
Those .ha owe me will pleaso take no
lice that I hae not forgotton them.
)a1 . -JNO. P. MATTIEWS, Jr.
Ketchin, McMaster & Brice
"Devoe's Oil is endorsed by the leadinj
Fire Insurance Conpanies of this City. i
view of the imny daigerous explosions 'ron
%he use of oils of an inminiable nature
and tlie destruntive fires caused by (he san
miitans, we consider a pure and perfectil
sate illuninator to be a public boefaction.'
New York Ailyer.
A large supply of the above, just recoiv
ed and for sal.e
To Wagon and Car dago Makers.
A large lot of material such as llubbs
Felloes, Spokes, Shafls, Poles, &o., assortet
mises, all sorts of raterial furnished a
A Large Variety of
H1ardwaro can always be found at th
store of Ketchin, MeMaster & Brice ; Cu
Nails, Clinch Nails. Brads and Finishin
Nails, Horse Nails, llorso and Mulo Shoes
Bar Iron, 1'.od.Iron, Plow Iron, Cast Steel
Plow Steel, &c.
We have been niaking recent large addl
tions to our Stock of Dry Uoods, Boot
and Shoes, allts, &o.
A largoassortment of Ladies' Cloaks jup
received, and a lot of extra fine Clothinj
for Gents and Youths expected In a few
KMTCilIN, McMASTER & BRICE
LIAvery and Sale
z STABLE. p
' 'lIE undersigned will receive on 01
. about the 20th January, fifty head 01
fine Horses and Mules at his
LIVERY ALD SALE STABLE
lie keeps constantly on hand Horses,
Hacks, Buggies and Wagons for hire. an
respectfully solicits the patronage of th<
public. A. F. GOODING.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
CorowrnmA, Deo. 2, l1 70
r HEl following Passonger Sohodulo wil
rLgo into eufect on t his Rload on and afte
Sunday, next, :thl lst.:
Leave Augusta, at 4.00 a a
" Columbia. 8. C., at 9.40 p m
' Winnahoro, 11.40 a :
-" Chester, 1.40 p n
Arrive at Chr.rlot to, N. C.. 4.20 p r
laking close connect ions with Trains o
North Carolina Road for all pointa Nort
Leavo Charlotte, N. C. at 10.30 a I
" Cheter, 1.25 p I
4 Winnsboro, 2.57 p
" Columbia (1.07 pi
Arrive at Augusta 9) 50 p
Alaking closo connections with Trains
Central and Georgia Railroads for Savar
n.gh, anid All points in Florida, Macon, Ce
lumbus, Mlont gomery, Mobile, Now Orleani
Bolma, Chattanooga, Mimhis, Nashvih
Louisville, ('himinati, St. Louis,, and a
points South and West.
Palace 8:eeping Cars on all NJighut Train
Throutgh Ticokets sold, and Baggage chec
to all principal points.
af~ Passengers by this route goin
North, have ohmole of thbree diff'eront route,
C. BOUKCNIJIlT, Superintenudent.
E. IR. Donamzv, Uecial Frecight andl Tick
et Agent. dec 28
Win. R. Howar~d
AND COMMISSION MERCH[ANT
No. 2 $pears' W~harf, IIlattimore.
Good to choico FINE,8sUPE'R. EXTrn.
and FA ~IILY PhLOUR, suitable for rotal
ing. constant ly on hand. jan 22-8m
.A signiees 8Stle.
* Y virtue of order of saile made by th
Bion. Geo. 8. Bryan, ,Judlgeoft the 1l1.
lDis' riot of Soumth Carolinsa, I will sella
putbie outery to the highest hidde~r for cavh
before the Cont ilonse door' ini Winnshort
on Monday. 7th Fohrunry next, (ho follow
.bug desocribed propermy;: belonging to tha
estat e of Rtobort Fu'#., JDaunkrupt :
2 Waugons and Wagon Hlarne.sa,
and on Tuesday at the residence of Rober
8 head of Cattle.
and oilher articles belonging to the estat
of. Robett Ford, Dannkrupt,
8. B. CLOWNPX,
Jan 26--t2x1 A -signee.
Baugh's JBaw Bone -Super-Phiot
pluate of Lime.
I AM now receiving mny supplies of th
,nmanure, and P'lanmers can rely upo
dolttig at article fully up to standarda
per ahnalydes. All bought from myself
pIthorisdd Agents I willI gaantee, as ev<
wy -cargc so shld Is analyzed en arritt
'ere,anud theq high ebaraqaer of the manui
, lly kept ti . J. N. KCOBSOlN,
- oloAgt. for South Cavolina.
- od. 1 ad 2 Atlanthe Wharf,
Chuarleston 8. 0.
J1, ir. CATICAILT,
- At. for Fairdeld County.
it.!Sheperdsays of analysis mad
'*co d l oth, '1809,"A v luablo manr,
antU4MOidly shperlor to the artIcle el
-: Espe4 r9A4e by.t,.0, M, Metamond
No ma'aure, bib. Eee4 0Cotton peraor<
'176'lbs.: Po~ian Glhatto, 1826' lbs, ee
176 lb.. Baugh'sp 1489 lber Seed Cot toi
P9rAio*.t i.. dee 80
A LOT ot fine Flour in sacks of all siv
Rice. Lard Bacon, Cof'ees ad Sugars of
all grades. ,
Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Brandy
Peaches, Durhnm Tobacco and Cigars of
the finest quality, which I will sell low for
Cash. Rt. J. WIcCAltLEY.
Quick Returs nlti Perilonent Ilproyc
melt to tile Soil.
IO.\lPOSElD of Bones Phosphnito (uano
and Ammntontaoal Animal Matter, all
1horoughly decomposed and reduced to, a
fine powder by mneans f fermentation and
sulphuric acid, adapted to the growing of
Cotlon, Corn, Tobacco, Grain Crops, Vege.
tables, &o. This is the oldest Super Phos
pliato manufactured in this country, having
beet introduced to the public in the Spring
of the year 1852. The guaranteed chemi
en stand.ard of this fertilizer is : Ammonia,
2.60 to 3.60 per ct. Soluble Done l'nos
plhate, 14 per ot. Total lion'o Phosphate,
3 0 per et.
The practical success of this Super.P'hos.
phate, even during the most unfavorablesea
sons, has been fully establiphed lj the oz.
perience of hundreds of planters and farm.
ers, recent letters ft om nearly Iwo hundred
of whom are to ho found in the parrphleti
W. W. KETCIIIN, Agent,
j -.oro, 8.
J NCtEl A8t' your Crops and Improve your
. Land. by using
imported by uS direct from the Phonix Is
lands, South Pacitie Ocean.
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.,
Prepared at Savannah, Gn., and Charleston,
8. C., which has proved inl fle soil the
best Manure in use. For sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & 00.,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
01) Bay Sitcet, Savannah, (In.
64 East lay.St., Chaslston, S. C.
241 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Wa ALSO IK1.P'
Pure No. I Poruvianl 0Guano.
" Dissolved lone.
" Land Plaster.
For further information, address, as
above for circular, or subscribe to BoutherL
Agriculturivt, iublisheld by WV. C. Macmur
phy & Co., at Aughsta and Savannah, on..
at the low price of 25o. per annum.
JOHlN P. IAliEWJr-.1
lee 4-4m Agent. Winnsboro. S. V,
Fever and Ague
Always Stops thae Chill.
This Medicine has been before tho Pub
lie fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
- other known remedies. It doesnot purge,
d dos nlo' sIcken the stomach, is perfectly
safo in any doso and uander all ciroum
stances, and is the only Medicine thait will
-and permanently every form of Fever
and .Aguo, because it is a perfect Ant-.
doto to Mlasria.
Sold by all Druggists.
, TO FHE~ WORKI NO CLAS.-We nre
now prepared to furiihl all chosecs with
constant employmnt at home, I ho w hole tof
the tinmo or for' the spare moments. huasa
nesns new, lightt antd profit able. Persons of
eli her sez easily tarn ftom 50c, to $5' lper
evening, anti a ptropoert inal hsum by3 de'vot
tng their whole' time to thme bumsihess. htoys
and girls earn nearly as m,,uch na then. 'Clit
0 all who sec is nottlco may send their ad..
-dresa, and test Ihe htusiniess, we make this
o uniparalleled offer :To ,,uolh as are not well
Ssatisfned, we will sendt $1l to pay for' the
, rouble of writinig Full particulars, a
, valuable samplile, whiich wilt do to comipenci
-work on, andea copy of 'The People's L~ite
e raryv Cotmpanion--one of the largest, andi
host1 familly newspjaper's publishe.s---all sent,
free by tmaih. Read er, If you want permia.
nent, prt'iltable work, adtdress E C. ALLEN
& ('O , Anensina Af.
PA01IIC GUANO COXPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME
For Clomposting With Eotta Med4.
- I'11118 nrticle is n.tumttacture~d at: the ''om-.
b an' Works, under the direction and
suip-rinteonoe of I'r ItaveneL.
It contains the "matac eloments of f.-rtig,.
sty as Soluble 1'ael,fo 0'nseloe,op) thatti
Ia not furnished withi Ammonia. I s pro..
Spared expressly for comnposting wIth cottont
needot, which funinshes the :eomont, or Aai
mona y he bjet torener hatside pro
duet of the plant att iotn available to the high..
es ct degree as an element tof fertIlIty.
0 Tefrms $-45 cash or $50 on 1.1 November,
1870, for approved cit~y aeceptencem Or oth
er good security Forfuther. and particular,
informa~tion apply to thie underslgned,
J. N. ROBSON,
IadAgent for Slouth Carolina,
* nd2Allantic Whsr~f, Charlestens
General Agent. Baltimor.
UAVING disposed of our entire sfeek.
.Lofwi nes ar1d liquors to Miessrs, E. WV.
Ollever & Co., we would recomend qyr..
friends nnd onatomers to themn when~ ha
need of those artelos, BACQT & 60,
Jan 15 ___
0. F. Davidson &Co.