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Wititor will not last fortier,
$pr1ing will soon coole forth again,
A i witi flowers of every color,
Deek ine hillsides and the plain.
Li.:nnb wilt soon in fields be sporting,
Ilirds re echo from each (roe;
Witsier's gotne ! itS (lays are ended,
Wo are happy, we are free!
Ili dl, nid tri-e will soon be budding,
:;o , witt letvea be Oovered o'er;
Whitor cannot last forever,
llrigih er days aro yet in store.
Storrowi will not last f6rover,
lUrigiter days will corne again, r
J uys ur every grief bucceeding,
As it sI nashitte after rai n,
As the snow and ico of witer
lelt at the approah of spring,
tio will our care and trials
Joy, mid peace, and comfort bring.
When the heart is sad and drooping,
Thitik, though you be vexed sore,
Sorrows e-atnitt last forever,
Brighter days are yet in store I
lith siner sky was overcast,
I ki. ew the ttnshine wouild not last ;
We imused upon tihe golden past
Atwl that wve thoight of what might bo,
Or n! I Ito li'o long mnisery,
TheI1 suinless trav. we shoal1d not see
A1l ore I left my happy land,
This is the la.. time we shall stand,"
1 e1ld, "rtty <1 oling. h1ani1. In hand
'411sico we lwe w ol y niever wedl,I
t Ieu OVO!b.. bi, M! to hP- dea.d,I
And hii t., re 1' "A-Ah! yes," Anto said,
Probablo Fate of the Oity of Poston.
A correspondeit of the New York I
.lcening Po.'i writes it lctter to show
that the Ship could not possibly have
becu set, otn fir .iy the rapid revolu
tions of' tho screw shaft, as hu been
sipposed, and suggesting a theory re
garding her destruction, says :
The probable fato of the City of
Bljton has beln an encounter with
ai icoebrg. One will naturally say
that the captain, being careful, would
redueo the speed of his ship when the
depressioi of the thermometer would
show that there were icebergs in the
neighborhood. SupposO then, that
the speed has been reduced to ton
kintoi an hour, and lot us see with
what forco the City of Boston would
strike an iceberg of sufloient mngni.
tude to remain practically immovable
when the vessel struk it.
The City of Boston probably weigh
od 1,000 tons, wiater in boilt'r,, Fay 50
tonis, passengers, lagyage, &.. 0 t ons,
freight, 800 tons, making in all 1,900
tors. At P -3peed eL t, knots -n
hour she would mrlt'we SenVCuteen fe et
in one second, which would give the
vossel a imomentuim, or force with
which she would striko, of 32,300
tons, a force suficient to crush in hr
bows for ninny feet. Besides this,
lot one imagino for a moment the of
feet upon all ponderable bodies par
tinlly secured to the vessel. Tile ves
sel suddenly stopped, boats, masts,
furniture, passengers, everything about
the vessel would virtually be driven
ahead at a speed of seventeen feet a
n second, the boilors would probably
bo loosened from their fastenings, the
masts would ho brokn off, the boats
would be carried away, terror would
prevail, which the shrieks of the
affrighted and wounded passengers
would heighten. Tile vessel would
siuk immediately, no boats could be
lowered, no0 provisions be made to
scetv a single person. Should she
have taken fire, there would have
been at least a short time to lower
boats and prepare rafts, on which some
wouldl have remained probably long
enough afloat to have been picked up
by steamers or sailing vessels passing
over the same route.
A long enough time has now elaps
ed to have heard from almost every
port for which a steamer or sailing
vessel on that route would have sailed,
and hope for the safe arrival of the
CJity of Boston has almost died out
even in the minds of the most san
A DJOURNulENT OF T H E AssF.MBLY IN
Nontui CAnoJ.mA-AnDnsSs OF THlE
(OONsEnv~ATlvE M IMIIF.nis. -JA LE.IH,
March 28. -The General Assembly
adjourued sine die to-day at noon.
The conservative members are out in
an address to the people. In alluding
to the Governor's deolaring Alamane
county in insurrection and asking for
a suspension of theo habeas oorpus the
The chief miagisutrate of this State,
the head and front of radicalism, has
seon lit to declare one of our counties
in a state of insurrection and to call
upon Congress to suspen~d the writ of
habeas corpus throughoust the State.
We declare there is no sufficient
cause for this extraordinary action
of Governor lldenl ; thlere is and has
beeni no armed resistanoo, no uprising
of the people, no outbreaks to disturb
or hinder the full admiunistration of
civil law. WoV assert that there is
not a county in tho State in which
any sheriff or other peace ?fioer naay
n6g M.idttaude'd and with perfeot
safety aund exeoute any. process upon
any citizen of tile State. It is true
that' murders and otther oiuttags
have been comtnitted ; but they have
nete been connnod to any particular
looality or any particular party ; and
when Govet .r Ilolden represents to
the Pros'dent and tg pongr-ess that
these act & lines .o1 disloyalty
lie is guilty of a wilful libel upon a
people ~higec rights he .hma suprR to
s Pffoewt avseun/Dheredt bilt fe:of
our citizens who are aware otle.m
mense trade in fertilizers conduoted'
by our merchants. From data In our
gtantity ef-ferthilidrar sold: by; eou
merobts 4urinsh ep-mls
Ina" .a hna2an-.am
K 0S K, o0
TI GREA T RRPUTATION
Vhich Koskoo bas attained in all parts of
8 A GREAT AND GOOD MEDICINE,
Lud tae Large lumbers of Testimonials
hioh are constantly being received front
hysicians, aud persons wnko have been
ured by itS use, is conclusive Proof of its
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER,
It .b.asis :m:1o 'Elic a.,
!he MostPowerful Vegetable Alternativo
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
"The lifo of the flesh is in the Blood,"
s a Scriptual maxim that science proves to
0 true. The people talk of bad blood, as
he causo of many diseases, and like many
iopular opinions this of bad blood is found
d in truth.
Tho symnptoms of bad blood are usually
uit plain-bad Digestion-ncaues imper
eat nutrition, and consequently the circu
%tion is feeble, the soft tissues looso their
one and elasticity, and tie tonguo becomes
aao, broad,- and freluontly covered with a
aisty, whiato. ocat. This Condition soon
ho.os itself in roughness of the bkin, tlien
it eruptive and ulcerative diseases. aind
then long continued, results in serious
esions of the Brain, Liva.r, Lungs, or urina.
y at1paratus. Mnch, very ntch, suffering I
Scaised by impuro blood. I, is estimauted
y somse that one-fifth of the human family
re niffeced with socroful% in, some form.i
When the Blood is puire, you are not to
inhie to any disease. Many impurities of
ho Blood :arise from itnpuro disease of
arge illes. Eradicate overy impurity I
ron the fountain of life, and good spirits.
air skin unit vita. strength will return to
leing the only Known Medicine
hal efficiently stimulates and corrects the
epatio a scret ions and functional derange
acuts of the Liver without. Debili'aling the
ystecm. While it acts freely upoa the
Aver instead of copious purging, it gradu.
Ily changes the discharges to a perfectly
T5tToIs OF ,IVIn COMPI.AINT AND OF RoME
OF TnosR DiSEASES PnODUC.D DY IT.
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or
ellowish -browu spots on the fate and
ither parts of the body; dullness aund
Irowsinessa, aoimot imaess heandache ; hitter
r had tasto in the mouth, internal heat ; il
my cases a dry, teasing cough ; unstlady
Ippetito; sometines sour stornach, wit h a
aiming of tho food ; a bloated or. full feel.
ng about the stomach and sides; aggrava
Ing pains in the aides, back, or bresst, and
tbout the lsoulders; constipation of the
towels ; piles, flatulence, coldness of the
[ a remedy of Wonderful Ellicacy in the
oure of diseases of the Kindeys nod 131ld.
her. In theso Affections itis as near a
ipocitlo as any remedy can 1bo. It. does iaz
vork kindly, silently, and surely 1he1t
otelief which it atfords is both certain and
lISA1Es OF TI? Ktt)NEYS AND lILAnDDRln.
?'orsons unacquainted with th structure
andl functions of the Kidneys caninot. esti
nate the importance ohf their healthy ac
liaegular and sutlliont act iona of the Kid.
roys is as inmportant, nay, even mere so,
han regularity of the howels. Them Kid
ieys remove from the Blood those effete
natters whicht, if pornmitted to remain,
sould speadily destroy life. A tctal sos..
pensiont of the urinary discharges wil cc
!asion death from thilrty-six to forty-eight
W~hen the Urine is voided in small quan.
ities at the ime, or when the're is a dispo
silion to Urinate nmore freqtuently thtan
.iatural, or whens the Urine is highly coloredl
r scaldinig with weakness in the simall of
lie back, it should not be trifled with or
helayed, but Koskoo shoutld be taiken at
maes to remedy the difficulty, before a
esien of the organs telkes place. Most. of
lie diseases of the Bladder originiato front
hose of the Kildneys, the Urine beintg um
arfecotly secreted In thte Ki-Ineys, prove
rritating to thte B3?adder and Urinary pas
mage.. When we recollect tha" medicine
tover reaches the Itidneys except through
he general olrculat ion of the lilood, we
'cc how necessaury It Is to keep the F'ouni
amn of Life Pure.
Meets with Gocat Success in the Cute of
Diseases of the Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of our people staffer
rum nervous exhaustion, and are. thtero
~ore, liable to its conoomitant evils of maen
al depression, confuthed ideas, softening of~
he brain, insanit~y, and complete breaking
hown of the ~general health. Thousands
are suffering to-day with broken-down
servotus systems, and, unfortunately, to.
>aeco, alcohol, late hours, over-work,
mental and physical), are causing diseases
f the nervous systemn to Increase at a fear.
The symtoms to which diseases of the
iervous system give rise, may be stated as
~ollows: A dull, heavy feeling in the head,
sometimes more or less severe pain or
Iaalaec ; Periodical Hleadacho, Dhisziness,
Noises or Ringing In thei Head ; Confusion
of Ideas ; Temnporary Loss of Memory ;
Lieection of Spirits ; 8t arting during Sleep;
Dad Dreams; I~esitation in Answer:ng
Questions ; Dulness of Hoearig; Twitching
ef the Maoe and Arms, &c., whicht, If not
promptly treated, lead to Paralysis, Deli
rium, Insanity, Impo~tenoy, Apoplexy, Sac.
ls not a bedret iuaolt remedy. Forrmula
iround eaeh' bottle' ,ReommendEd brythe
beat Physielane, ominen6 Divines, Editore,
P ue Auneem uneman atsne
SOLUBLE MANURES I
U NDlt TilE DIRE'TION OF DR. N. A.
Super-' hosplhate Company.
Solublo Phusphori Acid, in the form of E
'hosphaic, Is the basis of all good Fertiliti
lolublo Phosphorio Acid which isit them.
The immense deposits of Phosphatic Giuar
rarolina, by Dr. Pratt, consists mainly of In
Lvnilable as a Fertilizer by being ground I
uclh a condition as to wake iti. Insoluble pl
:apable of being taken up by growing plan
:onmiorciil Fertilzer is of no more vtiae in
ilo greater ie prolsortion or this soltble
lie less the qunnlity reqnired i.r nere. ar
hat contalainig I he highest por eeni angn of 8
Impressed with tihese trulas. thoSiulplhuarit
rcoted at Charhon ut li irut extensive Av
able to offer to Ph1ta'e thae Iighest per cCC-ila
Their Pei'rih.er% are offered under Iwo (4
1. Etiwan. N 1 -P 0r ?oluia1 ihospl
Dissolved Bone Pl'sphtaiin of Lime $60 pea
2. Etiwani.. No. 2 -Perivian SuperlPh
>f Dissolved Bont P'hoilihate. nd lI to 3 p
inn of Peruvian Gutaino to adapt it to all c
WE ALSO 0
Dissolved Bone, nf high gendhe for plantei
nto any other Cop)oet. nnd we suagest tha
nanti'nturer, to tr:miport the gulp-hurlo A1
it a fixed rate for each per conia o.
Ti h"CA ROiLINA 1'llTILIZER," Is i
aid is pronounced by vaii'Ious chemist, one
P'eruvian oulano in its Fertilizing l'rooert ies,
1tu Iand and sea anitn .als, an(I possess quali
it. We annex the analvsin of Proftssor Shi
" L \l1ilATOIt Y O F T I I.;1 BiED
Analysis of a -4il of' Carolina Fertilizer
aloisturo expelled at 2120 F,
3)igaiio Matter, wihli somo water of combin
Paosporio Acid-Soluble, 0.06 Eq
Iuoluble, 6.17 E
iulphurie Ao'd, 11.01 Eq
31ulphato of Potash,
Sulplhato of Soda,
Onl tho strengths of these resilt I am gla
a - r&ilizer,
We n ill furnish this excollenat FER TILIZ
r '0 sell Admiral Rlaphuael Semmaes, "Pervio
I. Afloat in the Sumter' and Alabama."
Thlis is a most graphic and thrilling de
iaript ion or the perilous adventures of thisa
somumander and hisa comradell, written by
deumes himself, and therefore authenhio in
every particular. Trho sale taf this book
has Doin moat unprecedoneed, and still tho
Iomanad is unabated. Sold only by sub
moription, and exrctausie territory given to
100(d agents. Address
F. I. DIBBLE & CO., Publishers,
208 Main Street, Louisville, Ky.
S ALESMEN. Farmoe':s andl others to sell
a New Article in great demanid. $400 00
uiado by one Agent his first month. Ad.
iress OEO. McEATIIlRON & CO.. Nash
ville, Tonn., or WV. Ii. SEATON & CO.,
New Orleans, La.
Is CoR DIA Liy tSVtT~an T nI
''Honderson County, Kentuceky Land Sale"
Gra&nd Pize Schemeo
Enterprise, CilARtTEltE~D by the Legis..
lature of Eentucky, an er~done~d anitdaco
comtmended by every leadiung official itt uhe
Stale, and up wards of 500 of her wost
611 Prizes, $314,320 !
Comprising tho riecet river hoitloan tobao.
00 farms in theo wealthy county of flen.
de~rson, Ky., withI all their appartenances.
Capital Prime, $150,000
Stunllest P5rize, $80!I
Also about $20,000 in (Greenihaeks, being
the entire renit taioney of' the property for
Lte years 1800 and 18l70, which will be die.
tributed to theo winneris of ihec first seven
prises resp ectively. llent of the
far'ms for 1869, was 512 per' nere, an ti t Is
aonfidently expecreal that theay will eqal or
surpass this figure for 1870.
Tickets Flyeo Dollars.
Final drawing, June 9th, 1870, at Masonic
Temple, Louisville, Ky. hIlundreds of our
best citizens, have givean unqutallfied certi
ficates and etdorsemaentsi of this tungnifi
Every dollar invested lby ticket holders,
Is held in trust by thne commisioers ap.
pointed by the Legislattare, iti the draw..
lng takes place and prizes are delivered.
In order. to have your tie.ket properly
regist ered, ltu atonc4 pl nearest
club agentoet remit by E?'prei& roe 4)
Drat, P. 0. monef ordet'; -or - egis$s'
lettet\ to ehtef o-the fol~dgS
agents who will fuarnish full deserlytIqe
derso~,K.tL .A a1ie kemmn.
olal Bank, .LouisvilleAjb~Q~
tham, e Pred n ~ U~~TS
James L. Dallam en ia'a .
LNDb SULPHURIC ACID,
PR ATT, Chemist for the Sulphurio Acid and
oluble Phosphate of Lime, or Dissolved Bone
re, and these are valuablo in the ratio of
os which were discovered in 1867 in South
soluble Phosphate of Lime, which is made
) powder, and reditced by Sulphuric Acid to
iosphate soluhle in water, and thus made
Is. The insoluble Phosphate found in any
the planut thaii the originnl Phosphate rock.
Phoiwphate which any Feti lizer contains, I
d conseieuently the cheapest Fertilizer is
Aci.l and tiper-Plhosphae Company have
A Chnnhtwrg .ouih of Baltimoro, and nro
ige of 8, lute Phosphate of Lime known In
te,t en'rwentned to co..(ain 24 per cent. of
to,. 10 per cent. discount for cash.
Ahate, guarantee to contain 20 per cont.
er eeni. (-f Ammonia, with a sufficient addi.
rops, $70 per too, 10 per cent. discount
a or manufacturers. who mov desire to mix
t this ip tho best and cheapest method for
id coutaied in the uixture. Will be sold
WNI. C. 1EE & CO.,
Agents, No. 14 Adger's Wharf.
tde from the Phosphatets of South Carolina,
f the betl. M-iaitrca known, only inferior to
These Phosphatcs are the remains of ex
ties of the greatest value to the agricultur
LCAL COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
, personally selected.
tion expelled at a low red heat, 16.50
utivalent to 11.27 Solubl Phosphate of Lime
aivalent to 13.40 Insoluble (b me).
24.75 Phosphate of Lime.
ilvalent to 23.651 Sulphate of Lime.
1 to certify to the sup'rlority of the Caroli
C. U. 8H EPA RD, Jr.
R to Planters andi others at $60 per ton of
OEO. W. WVILLIAMS &C.
TOMES, MELVAIN & CO.,
No.0 6 Maident Lane, New York.
Guns, Fine Cutlery,
MILITARY AND FANCY GOODS
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Westley Richards' Breach- Loading Fow
ling Pieces, Eley's Cartridges for D3. L.
Generai Agents for the
U. 8. "Oartridge 0 j.," Lowell, Mass.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
METALIO OARTR1D0#s Ton RIFLEs, PISTOLS,
I havo this day appointed Messrs. TOM.a,
MatvaIN & Co. Sole Agetnts for thes sale of
my Pistols In the City of New Yorkt. Deal.
era can obtain th -m of Messrs. Tomes,
Mlvain & Co. at my lowest wholesale rates'
and my full guaranty aceomp antos every
Pistol of my mantufacrure sold byV them.
I ENRY DERINGER,
Philadelphia, Aug 20, 1867.
TOMFB, MELVAIN & C0.,
Solo Agents, 6 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
GRAND RAFFLE AND SALE
Of Real Estate and Personal Property, at
CASSVI LLE, GA., June 1st, 1$70.
tRoPICRTr VAi.UED AT $-14,000 RAIrKHD AT
ONLY $1 PER CIIANCE I
Thlis property consists in part of a gene..
ral assortmItent of mierchandise, valuied at
$8,000 ; 'tore-house, 60x21 (new,) $1,500 ;
3 dwelliag houses and imiprovenents, all
new, $1,000 each ; lot of t'nr'aturo $1,000;
400 butshtels corn, 100 sacks flour, 8,000
potiids bacon, 24 town lots in center or
town, horses, cows, &',., &c.
This property, and other property not
included, is valtued at Forty-four Thousatnd
Dollars, is to he r'affled for at Th*enty.flye
Thotasand Dolls. Every chance, or itk.
et, whrrnnted and -g.tranteeda; prf'te valned
from One Doliaaf up to One Htindee~d, to
Two Hluedred to6 hetihousand DOllau.
No Jilanks--Tw~ dit'ett lhl
conduet the Rafd,a a a4 ee thosily abIl
:verd6ehhath t~ptnIent o~wfoik
will be. ip[9rmedef4tE4 tI~ ef tire
Ville. Liberal preat, frd
det oWoaaeaione mathb. addrakeio
WC 3 - l# . AM17% 14
W RITES three pageswih4,one dip. Runs
smooth And Akes Ane writing. High.
reoommended by all using them. t)nly
,6'oents per dozon. Two tiample Pens for
10 oents. Address . B. CiESTER, Had.
Say where you saw this Advertiseaent.
~r PseWt er *I AtHs.
durable and i l or2ton1oi6p
610; equal to %he
wooden Puanp u and .
Icu E your than half the
mon. blly arranged
smor c by us dtalirctmtePmi s
and in oonstructton so cimple
that ar ane mannputa Itup and
,.1HE[BEST AND CHEAPEST PUMP NLIW IAAGE
:F.A.1 DR7ES I
SNCREASE your Crops and Impove your
Land. by using
Ifnporicd by us direct fromnthe Pliwuix Is
landil, South Paolii Ocean.
Wiloi, Gibbs & Co.,
Prepared at Savannah, Ga., aind C;harlest on.
S. C., which has proved i (tc moil (ho
best Nlatitto In use. For valo by
WiIOX, GIBBS & cJoal
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
99 Bay Street. Savannah, Ga.
64 East Bay.St., Charhebaton. 8. C.
241 Broad Street, Augustn, Ga.
W. ALSO KFEP
Pure No. I Perauvian Guano. a
" Dissolved Botne.
" Lnnd Plnster.
For furtier information, address, as
above for circular, or subscribe to Southern
Agriculurist, putlished by W. C. Maomur
phy & Co., at Aughsta and Savannah, Ga
at the low price of 25c. per annum.
JOHN P. MATTIIEWS, Jr.
dec 4-4m Agent, Winnsboro, 8. C.
TU R A
DYSPEPSIA & INDIGESTION
LVENS CHI-S& FEVER 4N APPETITC
kur ant iu Iaanu.r, in U.. by
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & BRICE.
By a recent decision of the Internal
Rtevenue Commissioner, any person enn sell
these bottles without having a retail Li
quor Dealer's License. mar 17-6mn
P. P. TOALE,
Charleston, 8. C., Manufacturer of
D OORS, SASI; BLIND.S
H AVING TIlB LARGEST A ND MOST
COPETE FAI TORY In the South.
ern Staten, and keeping always on hand a
large And most complete stock of DOORS,
8ASH1E8, DILiNDS, Bash Doors, Store
lioora, Shutters, Mouldings, &o . &o.. I am
enabled to sell low and at manufacturers'
N, B.-Strict atteadion paid to shipping
in goodorder. July 20
2,006 abut Aern Gross Fesit $tresfor Sal.
A PPLjE rJESS A year. o14. 6to.8 fe
to 3 feet from thte grottnd ; price $18 00 per'
. neisaoldJ,4to8 feet hsih- price
Peach Tirees, ear, Plun, Ariseut~ Neo.
Plants, &o. Deciptive and 4Prie Vaa
logue senat gratis to applicants.
)V M fandO~
TO COTTON PLANTERS.
The supply of Peruvian Guano having
become exhausted, it Is necessary (or tihe
planting community to look for a substitute
for this article, so effilacious in promo:Ing
aud sustainirg the growth or cotton. The
combination of Peruvian Guano and Dis.
solvod Bones has been found to :e the
safest and beet of all the many !a e8
offored, and we are confident that irau
ordinary season, to use the language of Mr.
David Dickion, can never fail. In pro
sening our AMMONIATED to the Planter,
we but give tie etmbination in a form
ready for immediate use, thus saving the
cost and trouble of manipulation and scour
ing informiny in quality.
The practical results obtained from the
articles shipped by .ae prove them to be
superior to till others, and in a trade e:
tending through every portion or the Cotton
Growing Regions, and, during the past five
years, consuming thousands or tons, we are
yet to hen of tie first complaint.
In our manufacture we discard all mineral -
phosphates, and rely entirely upon Puie
Bone made readily soluble by time use of
Sulpiurio Acid. The Ammonia is supplied
from the next valuable source to Peruvian
Guano, and in sufiluient quantities to give
the plant a vigoroits anu heaIlthy growth,
the soluble bone sustaining it, throughout
We have no hesltation.in piacing this
artiole against any manufacture, or coinbi
nation kimown and will refund every dollar
penit in is purchase in case it does not give
For the charioter and purity of the arti.
les shipped by us we refer to the promi
nent names appenled,t hey being a few of
those who obtain their supplies from us.
JOHN ME.RRYMAN &-CO.,
3MOVi 2IM410i g
David Dickson, Hancock county
Dr. E M Pendleton, ms
W W simissou, am
A J Lane, g
Col. T M Turner, a
John T Berry, so
James NI Gray, Jones county
It 8 Kisar, Houston county
MI 0 Robert. Wilkes county
N W Stone, Columbia county
Dr. Henry Gaither, Newton county
Dr. J S lamilton, Athens
Edward lancroft, a6
A P Dearing, Is
A Livingston. Newton county
Ron. T J Smith, Jefferson county
11 P Richards, Newton county
John H Chisholm, 11 est Point
Stephen D Heard, Augusta
ar. If It Steiner,
WD Grant, Wail.on
Rev. W M Cunningham, La Grange
Col, B 6 Locket, Dougherty county
lon. HIerschell V Johnson, Jeffer on co.
J If Wilkinm, Jefferson county
Jas. C Dunham, Putnam county
J Printup. Columbia county
0 Ml Stokes, Leo county
Rev. T B Wesm, Columbia county
G A Nunnally, Walton county
8 W Swanson, Troup county
'Phomns Warthen, Washington coun.
Sterling J Elder, Coweta county
J It Tolbert, ma
Rev. C 8 Ganiden, Brooks county
J 0 Morton, a
Samuel NI Carter, Murrny coonty
J RI Stapler, Lowndes county
J N Mlontgomery, Fort Lamar
o Wv Lewis, Dectmr county
J N Hill, Quituman county
S P Bmurnett, **
A J Whmite, Macon
A V Brumiby, Atlanta
Q R. Nolan, Henry county
Z H1 Clark, Oglethorpe county
Ii F. Woolley, Case county
Adams, Jones & ileynolds, Macon
J B Ross & Somm, a
Warren, Lane, & Co., Augusta
J T Bathwell,
Blerrys & Co., Rome*
W C & L Lanier, West Point
B Pye &Son, Forsyth
Isaac Harris, Springs Grove, N. C.
James P Iriwin, Charlotte, N. 0.
Col. J Rt Spearmuan. Silver Street, 8. C.
Rt W Ba.ee, Orangeburg, 8. 0.
Col. T J Moore, Spartanbitrg, IS. C.
John H Catheart, Winnsboro, 8. 0.
Thomas L Woodside,.Greenville, 8. C.
J W Barksdale, Law-ens, 8. 41.
Gov. tl i JHsD Pon~t, Quinoy, Fl.
George W Eleomt, Tallahassee1 ?ia
A P Oie, M~nfgoniery, Ala
J N Lightfoot, Abbevil le, Ila
R. 8 Thmornton, Cmosa River, Ala
John B Bilbro, Tuskegee, Ala
A B Beall, I 'arthage, Ala
J MoO, Boyd, Camden, Ala
Thommt E B Pegues Oxford, Miss
W E Fergmsson, Jackson. Miss
E E "'olts. Duck Hill, Miss
WV W Topp, Columbus, Miss
Dr. J D McConnell, Bro6wnsville, Mis
F Mi Shryock, Winona, Miss ]
Mi i Jones, Batesville, Milse
IH F Johnson. Blrookhaven, Miss
J A P Kennedy, Coffeeville, Miss
C C Williams, Okolona, Mlis
J Chaumpduois, Shubuats, M~Is
Johnm 8 Finley, holly Springs, Miss
W W Farmer, Monroe, La
eomank P Stuibbi, ma
S Gr-een Hlail, ovitmgton, Tena
W N Beck, Middletown, Ttnn
E Mathews, Monticello, Ark.
Quick Reinin and Pefmanest ltpf ov
ment to the 8oii,
(OMPOSNDl of Bones Phosphale Oust
and Ammonaeal Anla1a Maders, elU
thoroughly deooniposed and reduced to a
fine owdefr by msea of fewrfatttes and.
sulphurie aoil , Adapte4 to .*Ie~agr aN~ q
pbte usA*ufb4tu.d in ti igeopny
C. 1r. UETEEsa
Yevisinin'Witn'ei doods, consisting of
Blankets. Cloaks and shawls, lplannels,
lasoimer, Tweeds andt jeans, Mlerinoes,
lopliti's, DeLanes and Skirts, will be sold
4 cost for cash. L N. WITHERS.
Bleached and Brown. Domestics, Bed
ickings, Calicoes, Plaid Domestics, Tow.
le, Linen Damasks, Oloves Hosiery and
i alkerchiefs, very chea at the cheap
tor, of 1. N. WITHEt8. -
It you want a good pair of Shoes call on
Gentlemen's black silk dress liats, Men's
loys' and Childrens' Fur and Wool 1lats,
,adies, flats of all descriptlions for vale
heap by 1 ITiRRd-i.
Withers has on hand a few sets of Buggy
farness, Mons' Faddles, ItielIng and Blind
tridles. which will bo sold ohuap for the
A good assortment of Hardware, Farm.
1g Utensils. Crookery Ware, Tin Ware and
Vood Ware, always on hand and for sale
heap by WITHIERS.
Great Bargains In Ready Made Clothing
ro now being offered by WITHiERS.
If you want Onion Sets and reliable
larden Seed, call on I. N. Withers, and pro
ure some of "Landreth's fresh and genti.
re." b 12
WE are now offering our entire
VINTER STOCK at COST. The
>est bargains since the close of the
rar. Call and see for yourselves.
LADD BROS &CO.
E willbe prepared on Wednesday, 16th
inst.., to make Photograhs, Amliro.
ypes. Porcelain Pictures, &c. We will
emain but a short time, and those who
lesire pictures, should call at an early
Instructions given in Photography. Gal
er in Mrs. Woodward's store, at the upper
ndof Congress street.
WREN & WHEELER,
feb 12-tf Photographers.
LOT of Baltimore Bacon, Sardines,
Pickles, %how Chow, Cheshire Cheese,
loffee, Sugar, 8moking and Chewing To.
acco, 8egars of all grades. Also a fine
ot. of Campeon's Extra Family Flour, whioh
nill be sold at cosr.
We also keep eonstantly on hand a fine
ssortmnent of Wines, Liquors and Ale,
shich we offer at greatly reduced pries.
A nice lot of Mens' Womens' and Chil.
Irens' Shoes and Gaiters. Call and see.
GOODING, STUAltT & CO.
TA l'JIHE8, Cilooks and JTewelry, from the
YVfinest to 4he cheapest,, Silver Purp
lhrtins, and other kinds, Coral Necklaces,
loral and other kintds of Earrings and Plain
bold Ringe. I anm selling out at a very
hall profits. CllA R L MU LLlt,
Rend door from Col. Rion's Offle'e.
ZLvey and Sal.
a STABLE. sg
1111E undersigned will rooeie on or
Lab out thle 20tht .Jnuary, fifty head of
ne Horses and afules atibis
le keeia 'onstanily on hand Horses
i acts, Dugles and Wagons for hire, antJ
espeotfull sollett the patronag of the
ublic. A. F. G0 DIN4G.
The Last Snata
TUST reclyed a fresh supply ,of Ein*
stes Shrips, Pieklee, 8t erg, ('ofoo
iutai', Lard, Cases, Table Balt, tlour, Bp,
,.iverpool Salt, Cheese, Canmdles, ldes,
iadaeT od, &o, b * nf4
*w for oasl J. MieINTY RN & CO.
Fertilizers I Fertilizers I
AVtIN 4 cue fornlair
ed0 aty- forth. fo 5Fetli.
Daugh's Raw Done Super-Phos eti
Or P Phuphte,
4P18 6~ wth, oolton~ seeds ~
Aa Ze les Ammonia~e4 uue
tb1 ehed In mmn~ othtf
Urgh .6 w Ias4ii4eg