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PAnRS, March 1O.-Roohefort is
sick. It in reported that the small
pox prevails among the political pris
The ballion in the Bank of France
has increased over 13,000,000 francs.
IHAvA NA, March A.0.-T et military
courtmartial has convicted and sen..
tenceod to death several parties, now
in New York, implicated in the Villa
Nueva theatre riot last year.
The insurgents attacked a. planta
tion near Santiago do Cuba, killing
The Free Masons, recently arrested
for holding a lodge of sorrow, are
still in prison.
IIAVANA, blarch 12.-Two soboon
ers, voith decks crovded with blue.
clothed men, escaped a Spatniah steam
er by reaching bhallOw water on the
coast. Captured correspodence rhows
several insurgent generals are forming
clubs adverse to -any proposition of
annexation to the United States.
WAsuINGTON, March 8.-Reoeipts
from the mints show a rapid increase
Supervisors have been- directed to
make strict examinition it)to the
amount of stamps held by collectors.
Colored recruits have been ordered
from New York to New Orleans to
reinforce the Twenty-fifth Infantry.
The President signed the disability
bill, and telegraphod the fact to the
Governor of Mississippi as important
in organizing that Statels Legislature
which met to-day.
Quesada is here and denies Jordan's
It is reliably stated that an Ameri.
can steamer commanded by an Eng
lish captain, was Bred into and seized
by a Spanish gunboat, and taken into
Neuvitas, where she is still detained.
There is evidently something in the
wind regarding Cuba, but nothing au
thentio has transpired.
Butler nominated Charles Sumner
Wilson to West Point.
The proclamation of the fifteenth
amendment awaits official advice of
its adoption by Texas.
A fight is progressing before the
Iacilii Railroad Committee, between
rival Southern roads through the In
dian territory front Mishouri to Texas.
The Judiciary Committee heard
Shaw in behalf of Megarrahan. Shaw
charges that the Supreme Coirt was
governed in its decision by fraud, per
jury and fogery.
Abbott introdneed a bill adjusting
the claims of Southern loyalists by
thre ocommissioners. The claims are
to be liquidated in land scrip, $1.25
Kellogg introduced a bill in aid of
the freedmen, and to subdivide public
domains, in certain States, into forty
acre tracts, for homesteads for the col
ored race. Referred to the Commit
tee on Public Lands.
The Committee on Foreign Rela
tions unanitnously reported a bill inak
ing it penal to furnish war vetsels to
any European power for the purpose
of subduing American colonies.
WASHINGTON, March 10.-The Re
publican Senators caucussed an hur
over the Georgia bill. Binghami's
amendment wvas the topic. No vote
was reached. The cauous seemed
about equally dividecd, and unless fur
ther net ion is taken in caucus, the
bill, as it came from the Ilouse, sup
ported by the Democratic Senators;
will certainly pass. Morton, Drake.
Thayer and Cameron spoke against ;
and Trumbull, Edmunds, Terry and
others, spoke in favor of Bingh am'a
Swann yielded to Julian to intro
duce a bill which would open
8,000,000 acres of land, and against
which he supposed there would be no
objection. It turned out to ho a bill
revoking all land grants to the New
Orleans and Opelousas Railroad. The
proposition received a stoi-m of objgec
The c'ane is was so equally divided
that both parties were afraid to call
a vote on Blingham's amendment to
the Georgia* bill. A motion to ad
journ to-morrow was defeated, as was
also the motion to adjourn to this
evening; but the motion to adjourn
sine die, was oarried. A close poll of
thoe Senate shows ten mnsjority for
Birghad9s amendmnent, and unless
another caucus is held, the adoprtion
of the bill as it came from the H ouse
is regarded certaIn.
WA5IHINdTON, March 12.--Troopp
will be sent to Tennessee to aid the
revenue oiliors in the enforcement of
Dispatohes froni Admiral Poor' nen
tion his arrival, in the flag-ship Bev
ern, at Port au Prince, on the 9thi of
February. lie had an interview with
the ProfIa4Ional President add the
Cabinet of Hlay ti, and ox plained that,
pen ding present negotiations between
the United States and San Domingo,
this government would protect the
Dominicans against any hostile power.
The Hlaytien authorities hoped friend
ly relayions between she Unitdd States
*4 pd flyti, would not be interrupt~d ;
~4and, while aware of their weakness,
knew their- rights, and would protect
them, to the best of their ability ;
ar1d that they. innet be allqwedto be
judees ~Otfmr own policy.:.oo
sidered the menacing attitude of the
Unitod 8tete .; Ruw~ers, which rov
ed u'btdnU&I, Af"ts colliilba b'et eon
a United States and a iaytian war
Dictator Isalo ati Pat- r n.Th
Th'e Demeiats of'the'8enate are In
accord with neither the Bullock nor
Bryant party,, and their aotion. on
RSidghamde amendment ..is soniowfiat
doubtful, utgjess the Georgia Dasn
erate. who 1have k~Apt aloof- tair 6o
action. The fate of the amendment
is doubtful unless the Democratic
Senators vote for the bill as it came
from the House.' It will be remem
bered that democrats of the House
voted for the amendment, but they
en massi voted agoinst the Georgia
bill as amended, and the Democrats
of the Senate seem inolined to vote
the same way, unless supported by
some positive demonstration from the
The Soeertary of the Treasury has
allowed to be protested the sale of the
unendorsed Taxes indemnity bonds,
holding that according to principle,
deci:ded in the case of lexas vs.
W hite & Chiles, they are not negoti.
ble, and will be paid only to Texas.
LARAMIE CITY, March 8.-The
grand jury is partially composed of
KEY WEST, March 8.-The barge
Forge, from Havana for Copenhagen,
with sugar, was burned at sea. The
crew was savod
Nenv YonK, March 8.-There is a
stampede to sol gold. Continued
cheering at evening's decline. Many
business frins have resumed specie
CoNconn, N. I., March 8.-The
election is progressing quietly. The
telq ranop qandidaeo has recivod
but ie vetes in fjNO Wards.
It1006onD, M6Wreli 8.-'The Logis.
laturo received a inessage from the
Governor on finanocs. le' shows the
debt of the State to be $45,872,000.
This debt hQ 'thinks can be reduced
by soling 6ut the State's interest in
the interest in the railroads, which
would bring to the treasury over $10,
000,000. Ile recommends funding
all the liabilities of the State except
the foreign debt, and the issue of new
bonds, to run from ten to thirty years,
with the interest payable semi-annual
ly in New York. Taxation should be
so levied that the interest on the fund
ed debt should be paid with unvary
Referring to the proposition for
relief from the debt, he recommends
that no sales of property, for debt
incurred before the close of the war,
shall be made under execution, unless
the property shall bring its value.
Ie recommends that the money ac
cruing from the college land granted
by the United States shall be divided
between colleges for white and color
BA LTIMORE, March 8.-Aziel Low
is shot his son, aged seven, to-day.
Lewis was found by the police speech
RwnMBOND, Mardh 10.-The Legis
lature passed the homestead exemp.
tion bill, exempting $2,000 in pro
perty from execution. Also, a bill
requiring office holders to take an
oath to support the State and Federal
Ricuaronn, March 12.-The reven
ue officers at Frede r icksburg,y esterday
seized 50,000 cigars and 20 barrels of
whiskey, for alleged violation of the
CINCINNATI, March 12.- Many Ohio
distillers refuc to, pay, while others
pay under protest, with a view to
bringing suit, under the forty-eight
hounr fnrmenitation assessmont,.
RICeHMOND, March 12.-Conference
of the three Republican State Com
mittee, held to day, agreed to call a
conference for a reorganization of the
party, to meet hero April 6.
C:No:INNATI, March 12.-ReligIous
r eviv~ls are progressing ; over 2,000
have been added to the churches re
cently.--not embracing all the con
'vertsany of whom have not yet
NEW Yonic, March 12.-The
Smidt reports that, while erippled and
lying to, unable to make the least
headway, off the Azores, the captain
saw a large three-masted steamer. It
was a dark, stormy night, and he was
unable to make her out.
Niw ORLEANs, March 12.-Samuel
Fi. Wilson, of the Picayune, is dead
1%rovebI rigadier- General Morris 8.
Mikler, D~oput~y Quar terpaster Gene
ral of; the Unmted' States army, died
suddeply~ yesterday, aged fifty-six.
NEW YORK, March 12, 7 P. M.
Cotfon heafy aind 16bwer; with sales of
1,400 bales at St Gold 12ft.
CJIAkto-r6!, 'March'. 12.-Cotton
quiet and steady-middlmngs 201 ; re
ceipts 416 bales ; sales 100.
LIvknrocIr, Marell 1 2.-Cotton quiet
and dull-uplands 101.; Orleans 1l}
a 11.; aes 3,00 balgs.
REPUTATIONs TO OnDn.--It is
pretty generally understood; says the
Ner TYork 'Democrat, that portraits of
"eminent Americans," with their bi
ogahis hiuh'are published'in the
illstrtedweeklies, are merely ad
vertisoements. Anybody can go down
to posterity, illustrated with outs, and
ban "Esp'qent American," if ho has
gbt' tmomey bbroigh,' th'ough he can't
spell his name.
KoKo.-Thsis medicine ls rapidigr gaia
ing the confidene of the people, nnd the
numerous lestimonsals of h virtnos, given
by practiliehers ot mnedicine, leaves no
doubt that It, Is a safe and reliable remedy
for impurity of the blood, liver disease, &c.
The lait ledical /0urnai eontains an nr.
tiole from Prof. R. 15. Newfton, M. D., P'resl
dent of the M Medi-College, oily of New
York, that speaks in high terms of its cura
tivo propettaes. anid gifes a special recomn.
men dation of Koekob to the practitioners ol
niedioeine Thin is, we believe, the first in.
st dboo '4hdesudh ' muedi@Inev have been
odlallt enfddrsed by' th'e Paduity of any oi
the' inedioal colleges~ and reets great
eredi6 upon the skill of Dr. Lawrence, its
the t~t~ a ef iofs of it pr.
Raps! Rang !Rags!
BrECIAL MUNvioN.-It is with more than
ordinary interest that we invite the at
tent Ion of our friends to the Advertisement
of the "OsAT HUNDERON CotjNTv,.-'KY.
6cutrssbc," which we give a prominont, posl.
tion in our columns to-day. This- is not
one. of the petty "gift" or "lottery" affaire
which dishonest rascals so often attempt, to
pialim off upon unsuspecting people. )t a
straight-forward and legitiniato enterprise,
with a regular charter from the Legislature
of Kentucky, and the full approval of all
prominent officials and lending citizens lin
the State. Wo t not believe, that any one
so i'iollnod, will ever have a more favorabli
opportunity to invest fire dollars imore matis
factory than in this Sohemte. For any ol
our frien-l who nity desire it, we will take
pleasure it procuritig tickets. Wo have
already bought several ourselves.
A Stitch in Timo Savos Nino.
If you have a congh, don't neglect it
thousands go to on intinely grave by iteg.
lecting whit they call "A niight 0ob1l." 'liest
slight colds are are very iiwiditus. They
Scot becomle deep sented, and defy nil
remedies. DRI. TUT'S" EXl'lECTtltAN'f
will cure it, It cut be had of any Drug.
gist. mtr 10-l w
Latest QuotatIons of
CitAlT L Oi'TCN, S. C ,
Oorreoted Weekly by A, 0, KAUFMAN,
Broker, No. 25 Broad St.
March 11th, 1870.
STATC souatpR:s.--Souths Carolina, old
84@80 ; do, uew,--@)78 ; do, registered
stock, ox int-@04 79
RAtLROAD STocxS-Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta,-@65: Or envillo and Co
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 7@8 ; Sa
vannah and Charleston, 25; 4oith Carolina,
(whole shares) 44; do, (half do) 22.
SOUTU OAROLINA BANK BILLS.
*Bank of Charlosto , -
*Bank of Newberry,
Bank of Caniden, 4 .
Bank of Georgetown, --5 -
Bank of South Carolina,
Batik of Chester,
Bank of lamnburg,
Bank of State of p.C. prior to 1801, 40@i)
Bank of State of S. C. issue 1861
and 1862, 10@
*Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
*Pcoplo's Bank of Charleston, ---
*Union Bank of Charleston, -
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
ton, (Old) __g
Southwestern It R Bank, Charles
fotn, (now) . _
State Batnk of Charleston, 8to .
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
Charleston, .- L
Eixehange Bank of Colvmbis, ---
Commorcial Bank of Colunibia, 2
Merchant's hank of Cheraw, 8@
Plantors' Bank of Fairfield, 8a
State of S. C. 1ills Receivable, par
City of Chatloston Chango Bills, par
Securites more in demand. Exchange
favoring buyers. Money easier. Batik
rates 1 V cent. a nionth on Stock collater
als. Outside rates arbitrary. Bank notes
*tls tmarked thus (*) are being redeem
ed at the Bauk Counters of each.
The Season and itq Danuers.
The hunsa a body is chifly composed of
tissues and fibres as sen iitive to every
change in the condition of t he atmosphere
as the most delicate el,-cirometer, or the
quickbilver in a barometer tube.
I tie stomach, the skin, the nerves, the
lungs, and the excretory organs are espe.
cially liablo to be affected by these varia.
tions, and the best defence ngainst their
disastrous tendency is to keep the diges
tive mnchinery, which feeds and notir al-es
thme whole systent in goodt working erd'er.
If the stomach is weak or disordei-ed
neithser the blood nor, the bile can be in a
healthy state, and upon the fitness of these
t wo important fluids for the offices assigned
to thsem by nture, and the regultarity of
the o flow, health in a great mieasure do
Whsen theo air is heavily laden with cltill -
ing vapors, as it often is at t his sealson ot
the year, the digestiontashould be an object
of peculiar care. If it. is weak and lan
guid, the whole physical structure will he
enervated. If it is vigorous, the entire
organization will be strong to resist the
untowar,l antd depressing influence of a
damp and vitiated atmsosphere.
A pure and powerful tonio is thierefore
especially needed as a safeguard against
the 'diseases nmost comrnon in the . spring,
and Hifstetter's Stomsach Bitters being the
most wholesome and potent medicine of the
claes at preset known, a course of it it
particularly advisable at this period -of the
year. t'ho stomach will thereby be toned
and strengthened, the liver and bowele
regulated, the tiervous system braced uip,
s~a a~e put. in a state of aetire dufece
against the miasma which superinducet
IntermIttent and remIttent fevers, rheumta
tisms, nervous debiltjv, headache, Oiypo
chiondria and other cornplaints which art
apt to assail the uintoned and unfortined~
organizations. TIhe body is strengthened
wit hout exoiting the brain, and consequetit
lno unpleasant reaction follows its reviv.
ng and rn ovatig operation. mar 1-ar
Testimonials from Engl1and,
Su'-4ag. stfewed 'altey
r~tf 1616 ho headaftef.g, I %g
ihiduetsdiksaa.I .Ibta~ sace. t- t
try -PBRamT IDhvs' PA IN Kcart . from.'1hi4
Lsootn found.relief. It is indeed abeliuable
article, I arm yours, &c ,
WIL 1IA M EVA NS, (M iner,)
This is to certify that I have been a snf.
ferer from Indigestion and violent Siv
I headache tow upwards of f.ur years.
have consulted many or the Faculty, bti
hsave derived no msatermal benenlt from any
souirce, until I tried l'aauv D)AvIn' PAl
KLLVr~a, which, I anm hiapi.y to state, has
done tie mioro good titan alt I ever tri.-d be
fore. [ ESTi it BR IGGS.
OxNTLENR,-I have nsuoh pleasure ir
epesking of the great efflcacy and useful
ness of youtr P'ASN Kiisitan. Two yearu
ago I wiae severely nifilicted with a painul
Internal disease, when a friend of mine
who~ had just returned front the States
gave sme a small quatntity of PAtx Ktr.Lxa,
which heo had brought over with htim.
took it as directed, and the relief wvas im.
msedinite, and so satisfied was I of its valum
as a medicine, that I immediately sent. t<
New York for half a dorzen bottles ; and
amn thankful to say, that it hats proved t<
my family antd friends who have used It o0
inestale value in relIeving almost, al
kinds of pain and suifl'ring.
Yours, &c., HI. D). M EAD,
No. 1 Pail-Mall. Manoheatar.
Srersorr Noin--T parties in want o;
Doers, Sashes and Blinde, we refer to thlt
advevtiaemet of P. P. Teale, the largi
tianuftacturer. of those gooils in Chiarleston
Price list furbished oni appiloation.
Clean Cottn and Lineti
T00 sell Admiral Raphael Semmes, "ervioe
. Afloat in the Su tier and Alabama."
This is a most graphlo and thrilling do.
s!rlption of the periLousadventures of this
commander and his oomrad's, written by
Semmes himself, and therefore authentilo in
every particular. Tho sale af this book
has ben most, unprecednoued, and still the
demand is unabated. Sold only by sub.
scriptio , and exclusire territory given to
good agents. Address.
F. I. DIBBlLE & (X., Publishers,
:'6 Aiaa'n Street, Louisville, Ky.
SAl,E8MEN Farnio- and others to moll
a New Arliol In goMat deniand. $400 00
nale by one Agent h4 first month. Ad.
dress 0O0. AleEATlhlON & CO.. Nash
ville. Teni , or W. Ii. 8E.ATON & CO
New Orleans. La.
It RTES three pages with one dip. llainm
smooth and makes fine writing. Iiigh.
ly recommended by all using Iheu. otly
25 centis por dozen. 1'wo saiplo I' s for
10 cenits. Address E. B. Ci E RT1, 111ad.
Say where you ,#: t his Advertisement.
For Pure Water, use
entirely tasteless, ,
durable and tola- 624&26
ble: equal to the
Wooden Pump, and
6ost tess than half the ,
mnniv- EMaly ar r
so as0f be non-freeag,
and In construction so simple
that an one can put It up and
kieep It in repair.
.THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PUMF NOW MADE.
1s ooRDIALLY INVITMD 'o T1111
"Henderson County, Kentucky Land Salo"
Grand Prize Scheme .
Enterprise, OCfARTERED by the Legls
lature of Kentucky, and endorsed and re
commended by every leading official in the
State, and upwards of 500 of her most
511 Prizes, $314,320!
Comprising the richest river bottom tobao
co farins in the wealthy county of lieu.
derson, Ky., with all their appartenances.
Capital Priza, $150,000!
Smallest Prize, $801
Also about, $20,000 in Greenbacks, being
lie entire rent money of the property for
the years 1809 and 1870, which will be dis.
tributed to tie winners of the first seven
prizes respectively. Rent, of the
farms for 1809, was $12 per acre, and it Is
confidently expected that they will equal or
surpass this figure for 1870.
Tickets Five Dolfars.
Final drawing, June 9th, 1870, at Masonio
Temple, Louisville, Ry. Hundreds of our
best citizens, have given unqualified certil.
ficates and endorsements of this magnifi
Every dollar invested by ticket holders,
in held in trust by tho commissioners ap
point ied by Iihe L~egislat urc, until the draw%
in- takes place and prizes are deliverei.
In order to have your tickets properly
registered, buy at once of yfour nearest
club agent, or remit, by Express (prepaid),
Draft, 1. 0. money order, or register,!d
letter, to either of the following financial
ngents who will furnish full doscriptive
L. II. Lyne, Cnsh'r Farmners Bank, lien.
(erson, Ky,: l. H. Alexander, Commer.
cial Bank, Louisviile, Ky. t.John C. La.
t haml), Pres. Bank, flopkinisville, 1y.;
.)aies L, Dallam, Com.iercinl Bank, Padn
cah, Ky. ; B. (O. Thonmis; Cash. Obs. and
lept'r Lexington, Ky. ; V. B. Tylor, Cash.
ier Deposit Bik., Owensioro, Ky.
Good Club Agnis wanted everywhere
TOMES, MELVAIN & 00..
No. 6 Maiden Lane, New York.
Guns, ,Fine Cutlery,
DRUfG GISTSV' SUNDRIEXS.
MILITARY AND FANCY OOODS
Westley Rtichardis' Breach- Loading Few.
ling iPieces, Eley's Cartridges for B. L.
General Agents for the
U. B. "Oartridge 0 2.," Lowell, Mass.
*Maniufacturers of alt kinds of
ME~TA1sto CARIDuEs FOR RiFLEs, PIsTOLS,
I have thIs day appointud Mlessrs. ToMns,
MEJ.VAIN & Co. Sole Agonts for lie sale of
my Pistols in ilie City of New Yoi-k-. Deal.
ers can obtain thi -m of Messrs. Tomes,
Melvain & Co. at my lowest whmolesale rates,
and my full guaranty accomnpanics every
Platol of my manufacture sold by them.
Philadelphia, ,Aug 26, 1867.
TORES~, MELVAIN & CO.,
Bolo Agents, (1 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
GRAND RAFFLE AND.SALE
Of Real Eate and Personal Property, at
CA88VI LLE, OA., June 1st, 1870i
PaORanTY I'ALUrED At $44,000 RaVFLhD Ar
ONLY $1 PER ChIANClE I
This property consists in part, of a gene
ral aseortment. of mnerchandise, valued at
$8,000 ; st ore-house, 60x21 (new,) $1,600 ;
3 dwellag hou'ses and imnproveme~nite, all
new, $1,000 each i lot of Itnrsiture $1,000 ;
400 bushels corn, .100 sacks flour, 0.000
pounds baron, '.M tovtn lots in cotuter of
town. horses, cows, &c., &c,
This property, and oilher property not
Included, is vah ied nt Forty-foutr Thousand
Diollars, Is to he rafilad for at. TwoVty.,tive
Thionsand Dolars. Every chance, or tiek
et, warranted and guaraniteed p prise vninedl
from One Dollar tup to One I'Iundredi, lo
Two Iliidred, to Eight lihousand pollara.
No lanks--Tweive disinterested men will
conlduct the Rasffle, and see that eAch and
every one, whether presenit of not will Iave
an equal and fair, showing. 'Edeh agent
will be iformed of the ree'it ef the Ilaffle
next day after it comnes oflf. Rem-." to Gill-.
cers of lart ow eeunty, anid cit izonsdCusu
ville. .Liberal per' cent. offerg~d agtais.
Agidts wanted ina every Counaty hod Beltt.
Enclose stamp. Orders for all Tickets s'ad
all commjgicatiogigrupt ha adidrp ed P.,
mr, Miansging Agents, Ces r~, Ga.
OS Q a 4 ee ir Iar da
d t, ay(A o e m
pany for duplIcate of. the sai .
feb 8-8 , O AIJ N D.QI A~~
3 3M m m c
E. W. OLLRVER'S
Fruit'and Confectionery Store.
ONE hundred Barrels Flour just received
from the Mills ; every barrel warranted so
be fresh and genuine, and free from onione,
which will be eold low for Cash and a libe.
ral discount given to the trade.
Ie also has six thousand feet Pine
and Poplar Lumber, Work Benches, &c.,
&o.. which he will soll low to close out his
Cabinet Business. F. ELDER.
2000 BUSHELS Marylatr prime
30 Mids. Bacon.
160 BbIs. Flour.
2 Tierces Uassard Family Hams.
1600 lbs. Lard.
600 bush. Oats, (to arrive.)
1400 lbs. Plough Mottles.
600 lbs. Plough Steel.
80 Kegs Belmont Cut Nails.
100 Tons Wando Fertilizer.
10 Tons Peruvian Fertilizer.
26 Bhls. Sugar assorted,
10 Bags Coffee, Rio, Java and
20 Bble. Molasses aud Byrups.
Boarding and Day School.
ON MON)AY, January 10,
1870, 1 will re-open a Bloarding
and Day School. The scholas
tic year will be dlvi led into two
sessions of 20 weeks each. The
English department will embrace every
branch that constitute a thorough eduea
tion. Languages, Music, Painting and
lFiay Work, a separate charge. Musical
department under the charge of Miss M. .
Gaillard. The Ornamental branche, will
emubrace Painting in Oil-and Water Colors.
Grecian Painting, Warx and Shell Work,
Boarding including washing $76 per ses
sion, C. L4lDD,
Jan -tf '____
In the matter of David M4. Mobley, Bank
N OT[015 is hereby gIven, pursuant to an
.order made by WV. I. Clawson, Emq ,
Register, dated 28th February 1870, that a
OENER1Ala MEP.TING of the creditors of
the said Bankrupt will be held at the office
of said Register ini Yorkvilte, t'outh Caro
lina, on the th irty-flret day of ,suarch, Anne
Domini, one thousanad eight hundred and
seventy, for the 'purposes named In the
twenty-second etion of the Dankrupt Act
of March 2, 1887. 8,. D. CLOWIEYV,
mar 8..ti x1 Assign..;
Hs W. DifSPORTEiS
(CORNER NO. 1.)
jAS just received :
Corn and Rye Whiskies of all grades
which he will sell low for CA Si.
grist and fleal.
I NOW have a Bteamn Mill in opevatien at
heTnYardi af Mese. Thnneearn A
Woodward, and will be glad to receite a
share of county and town custom. O),dirs
received at -Mosty MIntyreo 9.wl
haycverh tidit ion l ea2' I a ted 'at
any residenco in town~ free. F. UQP0148.
I R bcyebyg lven that at the espiration of
i fiincty day's front the p ublication hereof
application will be made for the reqewal of
Certificates of Stock in the Coloasbia and
Augusta RaIlroad Coinpany, sai4 Scrip
having been lost ordestroyed.
Raid Serip bears dais 6th day of 3ulv
189, No.878, for four ehares to Davrc
Milling. Quardian for W. A. b1illingp.
No. 872 for four shares to David Y'. )il.
N.816 foy sx cbates to $4n .R. Mill.
llng. W. A, MILLING.
flAVING likt A ?alieturnp s Adiminis.
AL trator or the estate of John R. &enate
dy, deo'd, . wIll 1y to theis y # of
d 8 a oq~$W~p~ ~~ t
djrAill 1529 1 ~k1 T~'e thei
Gaeden Seeds ?
White and Yellow
And a large lot of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
Just received by
Ketchin, McMaster & Brice.
BARGAINS I BARGAINS I
IN order to change investment we will sell
at reduced and popular prices, from this
date Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware and Gro
cerles, and we not only invite inspeotion of
our goods, but a comparison with the Choap
Goods offered for sale.
Flour, Lard and Bacon, and on consign
went a choice lot of Corn, Bults Fresh
Garden Seeds, juet to hand.
TH OMPSON & WOODWAR D.
Two Dimes and a Half Pays the
McINTYRE & CO'S.
500 LBS. Mixed Candies.
2 Gross of Prize Candy Boxes.
2 " Canned Tomatoes
2 " '- Corn.
24 Boxes Raisins,
8 Gross of Pickles.
2 Cascs of Sardiuos.
Oranges and Lemons.
TA l'tH ES, Clocks and Jowelr-y, from Ilie
t finest to the cheape.t, Ifilver Purp
Dhains, and other kinds, Coral Neelbacef,
Doral and other kinds of Earrings nud l'inin
Gold Rings. . I am seliig out at a vory
small profits. CHA R LES MU1LLERt
$econd door from1 Col. Rion's Oflice.
BACON ! BACON!!.
4 LOT of fine Clear Rtibbedl iacon, just
a reiceived. Also, a lot of the "suelle
of Baltimor." Murprise Boxes, at
mar 1 RL. J. MoCARLEY'.
A small lot of
REASONA BLE GOODS, SPRING 0AI1,,
A Stock of North Carolina Shoes.
A large lot. of School Books, Blank Unoks,
Paper, Pens, A&o. Just received.
KETCHIIN, S1eMAS IER & BRtICE.
TP subsc~heriber has uV'ased tb l'atenl
IRight for mnak Igh poundS of hut,
ter ot of one galn' of tmnk' No'huwm
bog. Call at his stor-e and examine the
butt er. Paml y IlghiM for sale,
felpQ ___,_____ ,0___
TI'fll "elebrated Jack,
8S T O N E W A L1T,'%"1
stand the present seas
at Joe Kennedy's planta4
tion, *vo wiles west of
Whtusboro, on the Ah
ford Ferry Road, sx
AND ONMISSION.IEtCH ANTV
ke. g Npears' Wha9/, 'BMio 4.
God to choice PINE 'euPi'A it'ht A
and FA MILTY PF;O Ut, huttable ?or. tsai
lng, oonatantly on h and. $an 22S8tU
L pevsoals having ' olaimse agaihs~
A mP edd, cssaevaeequs
g - t p se t fi~ae r o astested 4
Are tielling their
J)RY GOODS, &c.,
Coast for Cash~gl.
CALL AV D EXAMINE.
Livory and Sale
z4; STABLE. p
T iE undersigned will receive on or
IWabout the 201h JInnuitary, fifty head of
fine lores anid %ules at his
LIVERY ALD SALE STABLE.
Ilo keeps constantly on hand hlorsen,
1in1oks, Buggien and Wagons for hire, and
respectfully molicit tho pot roiage of the
public. A. F. UUODINo.
A.OT of fine Flour in vvAl of 0ll S:.
Ricoe, Lard Bacon, Coffees and 'ugars f
Liquos, Wines, Pourtr, Al0, Brandy
Poaches, Durhanim Tubacco and Ci'gars of
Ithe finoes, qualify, which I will sell low for
Cash. R. J. McCA RLEY
WE re now offering our entire
WINTEIl STOCK at C;OST. The
bebt bargatius n~noo the cluoe of the
war. Call and soo for yourselvos.
L ADD 13ROS & CO.
LOT o' llah aimo Itaicon, &lardinue,
PJlekies. how Chow, Clhhire Cheese,
Coffee, Sugar, Smuoking and Chewing To.,
baoco, Sogars of all gradtes. Also a fine
lot of Camsnuon's Iht ra Faily Flour, which
will bo sold at COST'.
Wo also keep conalantly on handl a fine
as6Porttnout of Wln., fiqunors and Ale,
which We offer at greatly reduced prioes.
A nico lot of M!ens' Womues' andI Chii
dIrens' Shoes and (Galters. Call andi rco.
jan 00UO 10, 8'1 UAl'T & CO.
EXE'UUTIOR' H A LE.
of Probate for Firitfield (>.uniy, w II
sell to the hIghest bidder, at tho le ra'ui -
denoe of 'Ilhoia, Yarborough, decased, on
the 10th day of Nlarch, A. 1). .18'70, tho
following articles belonging to the Estato of
said deceased, natnuly:
'44} Ihshels Whea 5 fiead Cattle ; 1
old fule : 160 reet lumber ; I selt Unrpen
ter's Toolut; -1 a.o. Turner's Tool4 ; Corn
k'otder; IIC pac; -, ousehuold and Kitchen
fiirnlitrp: an ,n aeol lanos articles.
' trni dsh. t;A.51helN.itUE.er
N07TCE is boreby given that I wiul muali
Idtdtion to the Judge of I'robate fer
Fairfleld (Jounty - on the lst daoy of A pdl,
A. D. alill olook In theo iorenuoon, for a
$nal, discharge es Admlinisitrator -of the es,
tale of 1enao hMorris. dvco .
WV. C. hiAtt$.ON,
mar 1-tx2 Adr.
, Administratore8 Notice,
NOTI'Ca i~herebiy 'giien that I will make
Iapplestion to (1he Jitdge of Probate for
areh ounty, for a final diothargo as
Adminilfator of the estate of Jst es oug,.
lss, dgQ'd, on the 8th day of 'r pi next.
fnar 8 f1x2 A M r.
~~be preparedl en 'Vdnesday, l'Mt
1l. . 0 IprIe 1Fb oterraba, Arabrn,
deire blotmste*, should ' dal at so early
. ntIp.s gjeu i PhIotogenphy. il
Wodwarig /toe, at the tpper
o - usgreolet
I feb 19f' - Phtoaraphsers.