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Iagnanuas, Cocoanuts,. *u4 QgaIpse
at John Molutyre & 0o. A
Sale Day in Winneioro
Nothing of much interest to the
public occurred here to-day.
The Sheriff Hoild a traot of 160 aoiqs
of land, for $490 cash ; and the Ad
mniuistrator of Intestate Estate, sold
to the highest bidder for cash, at.pub.
lie auction, rour shares of'stock in lbo
CbarlottC, Colutobia Uid Augtistn
Railroad, at $44.50 perohare.
Tle LIttle Corporal.
The Little Corporal for April i re.
ceivedl,'full.of life and vigor, always
fresh and bright and original. Let
all the children have this pretty mag
azine. Only $1. a year. -Published
by Alfred L. Sowell, & Co., Chicago.
GenB. R. E. Lee.
01 l'6vp" old.0ei4rall d
through oUi town last Wodneedhy on
his way to the West, and notwithstand
in- the inclemancy of the weather a
large Dumber of our citizens and the
scholars of our Military Institute
walked through the coa'oh and shook
the venerable Chieftain by the hand,
and received his blessing, too elo,
quent to.bo expressea.
Mday Opd a ver ha resto e
hinm to leath, d .retuN lhn safely
to the bosom of his family.
The following is the result of the
election for Intendant and Wardens
of the Town of Winnsboro, held yes
torday, Monday :
For Intendant-G. H. MCMaster.
For Wardens--4. N. Withero, .J.
M.;Hlliott, W. H. Williams,. J. A.
Wo must apologize to our readers
for tho apparent vatity of copying in
our editorial column to-day an inter
view betwegn- Ho race Groly an ,our
6elves,'n F1TU j lEt it'-wehave
supposed that it would. be read with
interest, not only in Fait ld4, but
throughout the State. *We at least
hope'so,'from observing how a simi
lar interview between Judge Orr and
a eberespondent of the N. Y. 7%ibine,
ha been going-the rounds of the State
press, apd been the subject of univer.
Whi, IaJm* t "oPr. Co' iithans
. Cotton. -
The NoW York 0TU?.;al 'of Comn
merce quotes a Calcutta letter of Feb.
rhary 8th, on follows:
The famin still wast1 e Ajmere and
Rajipootwe. The deficit hbas led the
government of -India prematurely to
stop the relief work ithe local autho
ritips are oalgujroue, buit/ hllee, anid
the IOriited Presbyterian missionlarieis,
mat e of deaths, froms famine in the
little distiiat- of Ajmtre alone is al
ready '70,006, tnd ifje is h cs
half a nit41&n is not~n egoe ive esti
m ate fori aUl.IIjpooEfsha.".
Candid $p#tS"of Oi~n Inti
Judge *Orv thus expresses hiqiself
to a correspoudent df the New Yolk
"Large numbersof the best u en in
SogthOyplina ar. oee pow, willing
to espouse Republioan prhiiples,;and
woulfl dangtlyss do so but for th~ g-$
e p eYrd pie hne, y e
tal-eircumstances, ave beeg plg
t6en W~hodo 0 ipyerd, Apjoy
pgu)liog qopfd oc0; pen.. wo gay 'g
mornttrudlahdd~it, dA \i Xt,
enough owever, to make the -more
g norant among the nogroos believe
empldfutl d ma
gogue, and .an unso'u puloni ase of dt5
~raeet'ul a *edies thdy s e hed'od U
Wel neathat' W. WY'Herbet
Esq.,-for a short time editor A4ftaiu
nla, at the rebjden e BQH91 n . W.
Deatha of Ming Asgp* ss
We regret to. 'Wedt@#'dVttig at
this place, out' Ti ,i)4at,
29th f ast., of M is. Annil .8,& ej~se,
. flu~fo:E after. a .'osU and
# petlow p
e.il rep red v .drv * p
above5 kteha peg
toraeLbg tpigef44 lis
tguantity of moisture rising from be.
Whno are the 1lappy I
rfL? yioii oo said, and it is
true, -that "the tneobanies aind work.
Ingmen who napnintain their fanii
lies are, Wifi 0y Opinii, the happiest
body of ien. Poverty is wretched
ness ; but even poverty is, perhaps,
to be preferred to the heartless, un
y.eaning dissipation of high order."
Another author says : "I have no <
propensity to envy any one, least of
all the rich and great ; but, if dis
posed to this weakness, the subject
of my weakness would be. a healthy
young man, in full posseskion of his 1
strength and faculties, going forth in I
the morning to work for his wire and
children, or bringing them home his
wages at night."
Our planting frienda are very back
waid with their fatming operations in
consequence of the continued rains.
The month of April is here, and few
of our planter3. have been able to do
To'day, five years ago, the Con
federate forces made Sheridan's Cav
alry "git.up-git" at High B iidge, Va.
The Legislature of Mississippi,- I
the "rag-tag-and-bob-tails"-bave vo
id each of its members one dollar's
worth of postage, stamps per week.
They had. better have voted them the
privilege of taking that amount out in
ginger cakes. A good amendment,
el I We, therefore,. propose that
The Qeneral Conference , of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, will as
semble at Memphis, on Wednesday,
the fourth of May next.
It is mentioned by an exchange, 0
that a fold of cotton wadding laid
acroms the shoulder blades within the a
vost or dress, is a protection to the
lungs in a long cold ride. A news
paper is also good to keep out the
The Augusta Chronicle & Sentinel, 0
of April 1st, says that prices have b
been reduced half a cent per yard on n
Augusta Factory and Graniteville I
Manufacturing Company's goods. 4.4 a
sheeting 14j ; i shirting 1 ; 3
shirting 10 and drill 14 cents.
Another destructive fire occurred in
Marion, on Monday, the 18th ult.
Messrs. Moody & Smith, are the prin
cipal losers. The lose is estimated at
The spring style of bonnets is de
icribed as "something like a sun flow
er on the peak of a hay-stack.
Waterfall of cow tails pravail to
some extent in Germany.
The &ientific Amcrican prediets
hat, in less than twenty years, illus
trations will be as common a feature
of daily newspapers as miarket reports
are now. '
The spring exhibition' of the Agri
cultural anid .Horticultural' Associa
tion of Charleston, will be held en
Tuesday, 3rd of Maya The opening
'ddress will be delivered by Willian
Gilmore SidmaG LLD.
*The Agnu~al Ieeojg~of~ the stoeck
'holders of Charlo'tte,.Columbia and
Augusta Rfailroad will be held in
'Augusta,'on dnesday, the' 20th of
overnor~ott hiaa ordered an'elec
tion for Mayor and Aldermen in the
city of dolumbia, on the 4th of April.
Rlestauraiit keepen in Charleston
have hel& ani~estyzg and rceolved to
test the legality of -the soolal equality
bill recently~ jsset, by ,the. Legisa..
The Postm~ster, R. U. 866tball,Iat
Newberry, bps been arrested kor rob
bing the mail - ,
T he deniseus .of' Charleston are in
dulgingin lee oream.
Mr.4W~ Sw systhat' gpeie psy
enswlberesumed in ninety dayA.
New Englabl, it l, sag 1,Is to sell
eggs by weighk .' And"a theb you will
find an ogtids dF tvo east :ro1 in
every egg you buy there.
'The citizens of Anderson are or
The Spaidwdbudg d~~ Isa to be1
The Fh yA vo jM bners in
auisi Cha.rletoano . Only' four of
er us r a s
>f the railroad be 4d66 1s oity and
Port, Roy.l are d ify bighl4eing
' , hundredo and fty tons of iron
ave lately1 n redeived ti Charles,
on for laying the track of this road,
and more is daily expected to arrive.
Pbe chief eppingertes. .tpt tle
vrk, 11Wi seoop"be commenoed boe
ween that and the. Savannaib
divey abd th entiro .work. ill be
Naving jkist received another cargo
f'Pbhenix Guano direct frozn the is
ands, we ean fill all orders for either
f the folowing viluble Fertilizers -
'honlx 0unio; Wilcox, Gibbs & Co.'s
datnipulated Guano; Guano Salt and
lattor Compounid. The "Manipu
tted'' and the "Compound'' are pre
:mored by us in, Chprl.eston and Svan.
ah, Ga. Professor 8hepard, State
uispector, says of thear: "I can
eartily recommend these Vertilizers,
ot only on account of their chenical
t also their phycical propertie.,."
)hatuplots containing analyses atid
umierous certilijates fron plontera
lruished on application. Orders
romptly filled by Wujusox, Ginis &
o., iotporters and dealers in Guanos,
qo. 64 East Bay, Obarleston, S. C..
1o. 99 l 'y Street, Savannah, and
o. 241 Broad Street, Augubta, Ge.
npril 6-1 .1
A healthy *nd exhilirating
everage.is Dr. Titt a dilden El3zglo
Dyspeptics should use Dr.
Ut4 s Golden Eagle Bitters.
0:4- If you want a fine appetite
nd good digestion use Dr. Tutt's
olden E'agle Bitters.
0:y- Delicate females take Dr.
uLt's Golden Eagle.
04- Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle Bit
ers is the bebt tonic in the United
The Massachusetts House of Repre
ontatives, by a two-thirds vote, has
rdered to be engrossed a bill to allow
usbands and wives to be witnesses
or or against caci other, both in civil
nd criminal suits.
Tribute of Respect.
Dian at, Davidson College, N. C., on the
5th of Maroh, 1870, after a severe illness
f one week, Mr. T. 0 BOOKMAN, a .Lsu
ant from Fairfield District, 8. 0. 'He had
een. mong us but a short while, hut by
n upright couroe of conduct, had won for
imself many warm friende who deeply
3el the loss of their associate and fellow.
u-lent. At a called meetingof Eumenean
eciety, of which he was a worthy maeuher.
lie following resolutions were unanimously
WuzR.A, It has pleased Almighty God,
i the righteoui dispensations of Iii Pro
idenoe, to call front timo to eternity our
much esteemed fellow-member, T. 0. Boox.
Resolved 1st, That we, t he members of the
:umenean 8ociety, do hereby tender our
eartfelt, sympathies to the b.-reaved family
nd relatives of the deceased for the severe
nas they have sustained.
Resolved 2d, That. hough it is hard to
Ive up one so promising, so active, in the
ischarge of duty, and in the full vigor and
loom of youth, yet we would acquiesce in
hedispenations of Providence and resiga
dly say. "The Lord gave, the Lord hath
aken away ; blessed be the name of the
Resolved 8d,- That the usual badge or
nourning be worn b'y the members of the
aumeneant Sooiety for the space of thirt~y
Resolved 4th, That a commit tee of t wo be
,ppointed to aittend the rengainis to the final
Resolved 5th, That a q0 y? of these reo
utions be farwarded to thpe family of the
leceased, qnid that tjbey be also published
a tho,,outhera Prcebytia'n, 'N. Q. Presby
erian .and 'Fair/icid Iherald.
*E. I. M8\W1. N Cmn'te
E, W. EERUR.
At a Qajqid meeting of the PhIlanthropic
bociety, nu the 25thl of March, the follow -
ng resolutions were adopted:i
Wugnv..s, Tihe haont.of death, by tige
nyst eriouis dispengation of an Alwise Prol
'idehce hias beeui laid upon otar "rellowstit
lent, Tr. t. floozni'At and lhe has been cat
lovn in the,.Spring tin of Jife, toll of
tope' and vigdr-, whon he'hjid' jnst bogue to
ud~'enr himself to us by his inanly traits of
haracter and to give prondse of a bih
ndl useful fuiture: Therefore,
Reaolved 1s.," That d'hhlst we do drop
ears of. sincere grief over. his early grave,
nd mourn for his .untimely- end, yet we
ould reembe'tdu "Cod's ways are not
a tes of tnenI Atbht*li
Resoled 2'haalui thd e edc
ras a in.mbetof ~ cple *,l Us
he greate sa tli~ i l~. .b
he aussociatlonro wh
bey see l'is vadi4M, ehait, ~4t~fgid
ondet to tiur~lftE#. Soeo~ Cuy.ld felt
ondolenceo (ed their s densK.~ *.
Sent, and ol *illth est a
eoeased, m h.o
uqwas de~ eye V*i
Otlob a ~ q eel$Sd
bd the faul
8. 11f * Oteta14e.
t pt W~tief R 'd
ht rt r a Oi,&
ko. AI i1~b l
gin ab~mI~yWWU ,
SOUTHERN SECh IES,
~IiAimE8TON, 8. 0..
OorreoteWek o 2 r
April 1, 1870.
8-AtraRevCeyrtr--South Ca"olina, old$
,81; do, ew.-6)80 do, registered
stock, ox Int--- 80 .
AILnOA1, 8Tt-rcn-Chnrliotte, Columbia
ant Ang-jsta,--)655 : Or envillo and Co.
'lumbia, 2 ; Norteaisntern, 1.0 ; Sa.
vannnh and Chiarleatlon, 86; Sotitlh Carolina,
(whole litires) 45: do. (harf do) 22.
1-OUT11 eAnOI.:IA UANK HI..S. J
*ilastk of Charlesto , --
*Bank of Newherry, -- -.
Bank of Caraden, ha ('.. s
Dank of Georgetown, -6i.
Dnitik of South Carolina, 56I
Bank of Chester, 66.
Bank of IIanau g. : (.-..
Bank of Sotte of 8. C. prior to 1861, 6@ G- n
Bank of State of S. C. insnuo 1801
and 1862, 8
*Planters' and iechaitics' Bank A
Charestlon, ----6 o
*Ieople's Bank of Charleston,
*Union Bank of ('harlest on, - 69.
Southwestet it Rt It taink, Chnrales..
fon, (e11) , .. .
Soultwostern It It Bank, Charles
toin, (new) -.6 -
State iank of Charleston, - 3@-. gl
Partners' and Exchange Bank pr ~
Exchange Ba nk of Columbi, 10(a,-- te
Comnorcialh-lank of Columbi 2(.- .
.\erchan's Bank of Cheraw, 8(..- Pl
Planteft'iaink Q Itairfield, 8(4. <
sAte of.8. 0. Bills.oceivahle lar &
City pf dhaileston OhianHo par
Soctoatien 'nore in demand.. )1xohonge
favoring buyers. Aloney: e4061. Bank
ral es il ont. a.month nk 8took collater- a
al. Ott aide ratos arbitrary. Bank noles '
*ttilts rarked thus () arehe tig redeem. S
ed at the Bank Counters of eachl; p
Kao~.--Thkinedlqlnes r9.ahpidly gain
ing the. confidenco of the people, and the
nulterous festini lait lof its irtuei, tiven
by praotiltionets of .iedicine, leates feo
doubt that it is a.safe ands reliable, remedy
for impurity of tho blood, liver disease, . b
The lat . Medical Jod. nia! contains an or.
ticle'from Pror. 11. 1. Newton, bl. P., Presi.
dent of the E hiedi-College, ifty of New
Yorkthat speke inhigh- tchns of its 'eura
tive properties. and gi'ves-a- pedisi recom.
mend ation of Kokoo t the prittlioners of
medei~oftiThis is, ie believe, fihe flrst i
stanco 'where itioh medicines have teen
otflpially ondoised by the Fadulty of any ot
the nodiccl ,oolleges, - aqd rPeots great
credit, 'pon the skill of Dr iwrence, its
compounder, Iid also pile "1oeskio" In
the van of all otheir medloines of the pre.
so*A t 801'iOmot.-Al ntuber at the
mQ t rominent and itttiencial citizens if
tth dobl& old. toammonwealth ' Kentucky
have united togethr to form*and recom
mend to the people at large for patronage,
a very attractive Prize 8oheme ; and ro
are glad to be at le to say that the inducetee.
ments are so great. aid Ihe securily for the el
faithful performance of all promises so C
strong, that it places time whole entirely
above suspicion. We will b ,,py to for.
nish anty of our friends inforailion on the
subject or to aid them in scouring tickets.
Ooupatianal Ailments. A
Fresh, pure air is a vitalizing elixir.
Whoever is debarred by circhtetanees front
unrestricted access to this invisible, but
powerful stimulant, needs a medicinal in.
vigornnt of some kind. The great ob ec ef
should be to choose the best. Popularily r,1
is a pretty good guarant e of merit 1h this
sorutiunizing and Iitelligent age, and tijed
by this erlietio' liostetter's Stomitch Bit.
te stands irst. amonrg thte invigoratinag and
regulating medicines of the present daty. 0,
To the wants of persons engaged in indoor iv
enmployme Is, especially in crowded fneto-.
ries where evena withi tte best possible ven--.
tIlatIon th&' atingsphtere is always In some
degree potuted, thmts satibrions .vegetable
toniolis poetiltarly ado pted. Thes nilt mre of
the ingreients Is no miystey. It consists fi
of an absohiAtply pvtre dilusive stimulant,
tinetpred-or.'Nther surchiarged-flth the
fluid estracts of sanatoms roots and barks
and herbs. Thle pharrvnocopia, bas. ite C
tin',tutos, bret wbat ire 'theyi Tro 'jnice
ot' (only a single root or bnark or plat is]
preasent in each. Not, one of thetmtcombineQ
the. three proplrties of a tonic, ain aliera- A
tive, anid an aperient. Alt thiesb' elements I
ire blended in the Bitters; ntor are these -
the~sspi.pf iig rnqsdiinal receutmendat intig 1
It is also a blood' depuret and an 'antispas- .l.
Time baleful efl'eot whieh air thtat has bpen I
partistly eximatefel of its oxygen by fhe. o
qoent breathing produices on the vital or- e
gensatonis otoio~sand when. to~jtlis v
dvi tid msphre is super added tihe
mephitlo vapor of hot air furnoes, It be-(
comes d~iletrousantds depressing hpy the s
.extrepmte. To enable the systetu to bear uip, 9
even forT a few houra cacth day against. thte f
deblhlating' influence of a vi tiated alm, o
phere,"a whiolesome tonic antd ahterative Is e
nevge'nly rel tnired. This grand disideruitum a
lattppliedf a destetter's Bitters, whih an ..
af strength-sustraining, heal-proteotinrg
agemit ba'a fi ival ochiher among othlnel or
adveVttleed hgellioies. aptril 6-i'
Testrionils from Englanid, . -
BiSz '-4litig 3 sutiered geikerely from
rheumnatho pains in the head antd tace, wast
induced, from whmat, I heard Bald oi It to
tryPxsav I~vls' i'AUs KiLtiR,. front 'yllicil ~
1 99n'foutndlgelef..t Itlas indeed a vsaigbl ~
A ole.' I 'am yours, &o.,
*WILLIAM EVA N8, (Mitter,)'
- hM. fifoeytf that [ have been a smf.' I
fee rmIndigestion and violent. 8Ick
Itevdache '-lot upwards of four years. I
have consulted nacny of thie Facuity, but*
have derived no mat erial benet from any
sour'c, untilI.tt-ied Pauwt DAVIS' VAIN I
15:4 .wililem, I am lisppjy to state, has
donte' 4e 'ore good than alt I eoe tri,:d be.
fere LESTJIP.it BIEGGS,.
Ta~w,.=~-- have nch plesutre~ln
*eskirig of thte great effloacy. and useful
plyhoyogr P jn Kir~ran. T'yo yer
ao ow e sevpe4y illited Ith #asu
eot4neoa4se, whenr. a friend etie
pe#9ght ovem' w d
'Now . ertbese ents.
84 WS! AXES! SAW1US
|aws of all descriptions. Axes, Deltit
nd mill furuishings. Circular Sawn Wii
olid Tooth, or with Patent, Atustabi
'ons, superior to all Inserted Teeth baw
S- Priceo )feduced. -Q%
E_.Send for Price List and Circularm.-%
WELCII & GOIPFITII8,
.-osto-.. Mass., or Del roit, M ich.
Agents Oanvassitg Books sent freo.
E VUETS OF INTE INAL BEVE?.U
y a I'romb,.enti OJl/err / the '.reasury Se
liowing up ti - secr,-s # fd luner working
t ile viniioi ll -pe e rt iient, lie Whisike
ing. GOlid Iting arill t)rnwimek Fraudi
stent-ilic robbery, dipetritions, conslpir
1!m an rids on the vil ivernnen, (iie matl
ice, tyraniy aid curtl ilon or high u0i
Ail. The 114o't starin Ig a1nd4 im port ii
Jok publisheal I'oniaining nbout 60
oil filled p ges, - tiily illuistrntet
geitIs -iteod. Clivlnasing and couplet
tAMn Prot tire. Atdelress Wam. FIjnr, pult
sher, 'h iladelphitit, I'a. Chicago, Illiol
How to Got Books for Nothhig.
$10 worth of splendidly iiistted book
ven for every 10 aiecribers to the Nei
ork .lttqjlil Pioncer for 18470, a montin,
urinli of 1 inSg Ies of choie muittsio iad in;
res'ini iniselulany. Only 50 cents pe
tuum in advance. Cirttlars with lIst a
emiiunis and rpeiele copy at 1ion1e
nt on receipt of stampt ' .1. I untttigiol
9o., 460 liroomo street N .V.
08: Prizg Worth fkoii $1.50 t
warded to- subhorlbers and agents fo
Ood's Ilousdhold Magazine, the arges
id tle best Dolbar monthly in tite world
Imtlar prizes to be repeated soon, Ful
iriiculars in March naiber. -For salu b
1 nowsdenters, or sent with cat alogne o
emiume oin receipt of 10 cents. Addros
8. Wood, Newburg. N Y,
A sure relief for Asthma. Prio 40 ocent
f nall. STOWRLL & Co., Charlestowr
.%e Purest, Best and Oheapesi
SOLD UB AyL (RtOV16n
J ITHiOUT Speootcles, Doctor or bled[
V cho. Sent post-paid, on receipt of I
a. Address X. 11. Foote, (author of Medi
I Common Snae) No. 120 Lexington Ave,
r. East. 28th St.. N. Y.
WAY with uncomfortable Truusee
Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured
snt post. paid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad
-ese Dr. E. D. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexingto
venue Now York,
E1VERY BODY READ THIS.
VE will pay Agents $25 per week an
expenses, to sell the Greatebt Diiscov
les of the Age. Addre-s Wheaton, Ilen
& Co., Marshall, Michd.
AGENTSt READ TilS
E ilpay Agents a Salary of $80 pe
wekand expenlses, or allow a larg
naimiesion, to sell our now andl wonuderfs
ventionts. Addrtess M. WAOxxA & Co
$25 ADAY J
40 now artloles. for Agents, 8amaplc
eo. I1. BlSaw, Alfred~ Mc.
For one Stampi. OEO. P. 'ROWVELL
V., Now York.
21CIDE andi IBri-greoom-- essays for youn
men, free, ite sealed enveolopeas flce
ni AusooA~ioN, Pox P, PI'uladelphl
fANIIOOD AND) T1ilP VIGOR 0
Y out h Retored in Four Weceks. Bu<
mes guaranteed. Dr. llecord's Essence
ife rest ores pnanly por, froin whuateve
o'r hais sel abuse and climatd, gih
afy at oncc to tis wonderful medicino,
tken regularly acoording to ditectiox
which are very simple andi reqiro no ra
traint from busilness or pleasure.) Failot
impossible. Sold in bottles at $8.<
>ur* qiuapei'ies it one for $0. To be he
nly of the sole appointedr ngenit in A met
a, H ernaan Goritzen, 106 Third Avenui
Forcod to groti in six weeks. Reoli
ent for 50 cents Address II, RItomnan
'oi 8988, klew York P. 0.
STRtAYED) ORL WTOLEN,
~ROM ithaFlnseii) on Th'utvedey evet
ing, 17th instant, a Dlay Mrnthirtos
ands high, eight or..:,inie years old.orupp,
oiild, antid id.addle solt on the lrit her
luy Jnforma&ipos conperoteg *l er., wpi i
bbatas w.i be (ijanitfellj e vced~, ? 1
. ciCarley, Winnaborog R olierifieCarle;
louglass's Mill ; or
JOHiN C, M1ACOIttLT,
Smar 24-2x2 Daktcks, . C.
Fatate of SamutelSte3venson.,
tavId Stevensuon itnd othteif, vs. John St<
vensont, admr., and othiers--ill for Pa
titio'n oftL ml,
Y an order ma~de in the' ense abos
st ated~idted 22 March, 1870, fhe ored
ore of the Estat e of Samdel Stevenson d
eased, are retredl to pest and esmal
sh their deam' against satid Estt on
efofo thte 1st da~y of June noxi, before el
~leir of Court as Referee.
SAMLa D. CLOW~IBY.
ds6los P phtwt Ao
Stockholdre M tim rqtte.
Columlla4 Ajgus ,~I~ta
CoLusoi, S.C., March 29. 1870.
' HE First Ainual Metlingof she ,Stook
.holders of thin Company will be h-ield
i )n the city of An' usta, on Wed'edayit
20th proxino, at 10 o'dInck, A. A., Stock.
0holders and their families will hanve flhe
. privilogo or going and returning over Ohio
road free, fron onday she 18t proximo.
to 1aturday lhe .3d proximo., both days
inclusivo. C. Hf. MIANSON,
war 81-id Treasurer.
BACOT & 00..
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED
0 2 PIE'ES of Spring Calicoes and
Lawns which they will *oil at. very low
prices, having been purohasod sine the
grent decline in goods.
20 bbAs. Exvra Fatuily Flour,
r' tiorces Fine Baltimore'Famtl'y Hams,
r l'r tches, Pineapple, Oysters, Salmon,
Or, en Peas, Beanis, &c., in cans.
liesides a full stock of
G T.... 1 'A.T
e, L 50.ait e nial gis
Willim Shdd. eceaed ae eu-t
-GAdto resiotreLte po X~tdt
o fb 4 -,HAND ilO
n . W . OLW. PRES
r. Fund at fclo~r Soo
b- tali W1hn4B) , 4,0elna ie
26A AL ~ savlg ovi* Mu agaient
STR J. received .-Bandr
Cofee, l ,oinhlfo. t.
~ de nAc ac 5hthe Do'
~ clii.ot'o~dand oit wil b
OST or mivisad. certliaete No. 879, dat*
Aaed July6, 1869 for 6 shares stock in tb
C. C & A. t. R. Company.ninety days from
date. arplicatiot wi be made to the UM.
pany for duplicate of the sane
feb 8-8m JONATH AN D. COLEMA N.
J UST received direct from the best facto.
ries of New York and Boston. Consist.
ing of One Rosowood Ard Chesnut suits,
co'uplete Mahogany and Walnut Bureaus,
Sofis, Diviatn, Parlor Chiirs. Stands, &c.,
Bed Steads and Chairs of firteen different
grades each, W:ardrober. Saloon Tables and
everything usually kept in the Furniture
Li.e. whioh we prop. se to sell na cheap as
can be bought anywhere in the State. Call
and see. JOHN McINTYRE & CO.
ONE hundred Barrels Flour just received
fron the Mills ; every barrel warranted to
be fresh and genuine, and free from ouions,
which will be sold low for Cash and a UsLe
rat disoount ivern to the trade,
lie also has six thousand feet Pine
and Ppplar Lumber, Work Denouos, &o.,
ko., which he will sell low to close out his
Cabinet Business. F. ELDER.
Garden Seeds I I
White and Yellow
And a large lot of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
Just received by
Hetchin, McMaster & Brice.
H. W. DESPORTES.
(CORNER NO. 1.)
I AS just received s
Corn and Rye Whisk fo of all grades
which he will sell low for CASH.
BARGAINSI BARGAINS I
IN order to change intostment we will sell
ut reduced and popular prices, from this
date Dry Goods, shoes, Hardware and Gro
cries, and we not only invite inspection of
our goods, but a onnmparison with the Cheap
Goods offered for sale.
Floor, Lard and Bacon, and on censiga..
ment a ebolo. lot of Corn, Duists Fresh
Gardes Bed., just le hatnd.
.T1HOMP'BON & WOODWA RD.
A smalil ot of
SEA505AA3Lg @10DM, 51ill CALICOE08,
A Steek of North Carolina 8hoes,
A large let of Schoolf loots, blasi UBekt
lapee, Vens, &a. Just received.
RTCH1fl, MeMAS ICER&.BIRIgZ,
W Ne,.2pr' Ah& Deka.e d.
Good td 4holide P1NA $17P1',I4ATYR A
and FA~ItIk.bV~t eiaU~isa~o .for ldeab.
se, ~ .by on huaG , g24y
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