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,LQNDON, April 5.-The Queon has
shtgedthe bill for the preservation of
peace in Ireland.
MADRID, April 7.-The popular op
position to conscription has not abated.
Yesterday, a number of inen entered
Seville from the neighboring villages
of Comas and Sintiponio with banners
flying, shouting "Vi RepublicI'
"wa .with -consoription I" They
were evidgntly sont out to test the din
position of the people for a genoral
rising. The rioters woro promptly
arrested by the' aut.rities. G roups
of people formed around the guard,
and foi a time it was thought efforts
would be made for the rescue of the
prisoners. They were lodged in jril.
After ,omo dillioulty, the crowd dis.
persdd. The city theii became quiet.
LATRA.-Tho troublts at Barcelona
liave.been renewed with iurease and
violence. - The rioters have barri
c(ads a short distance from the City.
The Captain Generalthas notified the
gov61-nnent that he has not forob
enough to carry the barricades. Prim
sent General Baldrich to the scene.
PAnts, April 9.-There is a serious
riot among the iron workmen near
Nevers. 'I he La Cranzot strike coun.
tinues. The tnitiert In the Loire
Valley will strike.
LiVuRPOOL, April -9.-The Anglo.
American Coimpany, responding to
the retuonstranoes of the 1nerchants,
promise-the oablehetico t Yajlnola
direot, avoiding the land r6otit' id
Mannin, ApbiAl 9.--The Bareclona
telegraph lines are still down. The
news is contradictofy. It is expected
that General Ballerich, who is ap
proaching Barcelona, would attack
the insurgents to-day.
PAnis, April 9-.Placards, urging
the workmen not to pay tents, but to
join in a general strike, are posted on
the dead wall/of the city. The au
thorities are taking measures to re
press threatened disorders to-morrow.
The newspapers make light of the
.. kop, Washingtonl.
WAsuNo-roN, April 5.-Bailey's
defalcation is about $200,000.
Micheal Vidal, of New Orleans, is
confirmed as Consul to Tripoli.
The colored Philosophical Society
of Virginia petitions Congress to call
this cuinitry- the United States of
Columbia, instead of America.
The report of the Secretary of the
Navy .to the House regarding the
Oneida disaster concludes that the
Oneida was steering the proper cours.e;
that the bad seamanship of the offi.
cers of the Bombay caused the disas
ter ; and that the latter exhibited a;
reckless disregard of human life and
the common obligations of humanity.
The House passed a bill transfer
ring the property of the Freedmen's
Bureau to the Educational Bureau.
The opponents of the bill claim that
this perpetrates the educational fea,
tures of the Freedmncn's Bureau bill.
The AIaonstruction Oommittee re
ferred Shaber, member elect from
North Carolina, to the Election Con
The Senate adopted a resolution,
passed by the House, relative to the
Oneida disaster. It goes to the Presi
dent, and involves a thorough investi
In the Senate, certain German citi
zens of Tennessee petition for the re
construetion of Tennessee.
Binghiam's amendmnent to the Geor.
gia bill was denounced by Sumner as
an engine of rebel power, and the doc
trine of State rights as a local heresy
with which reeonstruction had to con
tend. He oloimed that the only argu
ment agains3t the power of Congrese
to interfore was based upon techni
calities, and that Congress Was a high
court of equity, with Get.rgis. at the
bar. -Carpenter, in reply to Sumner,
dolivered a-lengthy constitntional ar
gument against the vali'dity of the
fundamiental conditions upon a $tate,
urging that Georgia be either admi
tedl without qualinecation or kept out
until the governmentecould trust- her.
ThelHouse, in c'osmittee on the
tariff, fixed the tatsen einctried' ngiar
at two and a half cents per pound;
rofilueu sugarvfeur ce'ps - Motasses're
min irrdried fittho ~oiniit
Stee. The duty on brandy, other than
distilled spirits, is fixed at three dol
la rs. The committee then arose.
WVAsnmr.goN g April ~- -1P the
Senate, a t'esolu ion was passed order
ng the Judiciary Committee to re
port the status of Indians under the
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments.
A bill was passed extend'ing tlie
time for the trial for forgery and per
jury in the bounty claims for fou~r
The tariff was resumed. The whole
paragwnph readn~gagga r~r
en ou.t, ldaving tlio tariff as at. present.
'T'ho tariff on manufactured cotton
goods remains as reported by the oom
A declaratory net, >extending the
~ ncome tax in official salaries, dlvi
dends and interest payable by corpo.
rations till the end of the year 1870,
I~oR~lpjqon ~ae he
to argue before Chief Justice Chase,
in chambers, as to the jurisdiction of
SUnderwood's court in the maitter of
L A-r an.-The Virginib questiop yam
a~,rgued for an hour and abhalf. EI M'b
mado only inod~p In terrogatorI ge
Intornal revenue receipts $888,000,
The 8edrotary of ' Wkri febl
of the a$$u#egInis e
WaulyGo-res4pr~i U.~A b~efeI
f the proceedinge- ebefore- 'adge
,;Ch ae ~a una atooA b. th 1....1b
restrains Judge Underwood's proces
s fg t p i ' already. e
fore him, but allows proceedings it
other cases. Judge Chase will bc
present May .1,- to hAit' the cas,
whether the Judge's bond will be con
firmed or not.
The Supreie Cotrt rules that no
ease decided shall be re-opened un
less one of the concurring justices de
sires the re-upening.
A movement is on foot to release
distillers of fruit from, the reqjuire
ments of the present law, which is not
applicable to theit, mode of distilla
tion. Distillers who do not renew
their licences on the 1st, of lay, ar<
liable to seizure as illicit.
In the Hfouse, a joint resolution di.
reeting the Secretary of the Interior
to return the Mount Vernon relies t<
Mrs. Mary Curtis Lee, passed.
Internal revenue receipts to day,
Application for admision to prae
tieo in the Supreme Court, has been
made by A. Alpeoria Bradley, a color
Butler, failing to-day, hopes to ge
his SAn Domingo annexation resoIe!
tion before the IHouse on Monday.
In the Ren ate, Patterson introduced
a bill repealing all laws for transpor.
tion of g. ods in bond overland to and
Delano has ad vices of the destruc
tion of nineteen stil's and 6,000 bush.
els mash in the Four h Tennessee Dis.
triot, by the cavalry, acting under the
direction of Supervisor Eumery.
The Reconstruction Committee
heard Senter, Governor of Tennessee.
le was noncommittal ; the only sug
gestion he threw out was, that if the
Government furnished him troops, he
could maintain the peace. Sentey
will be heard again on Tuesday, who
he will be subjoeted to a rigid examui
nation, with the view of eliciting
The House appropriated $2,000
from its contingent fund to reimburse
Butler's expense in defending himself
against Wooley, whom Butler's im.
peachmiuent committee subponaed.
FORTRESs MONROE, April 9.
Banks reports that the steamer Ken.
nebee, from Baltimore for West Point,
caught fire about day-light, while dis.
charging [at Gloucester Point Wharf,
and burned to the water's edge. The
lire originated near the boiler, and
spread so rapidly that it was with
difficulty the crew and passengers
PIt .AD)E.PJuA, April 9.-President
Grant and others, returning from the
funeral of General Thomas, took part
in the re-union of the Army of the
lALTIMRlonE, April 9.-The boiler o
Stirling & Ahrans' sugar refinery ex
ploded to-day. The adjoining build
ings and shipping at Dugan's whar
were damaged, and many hurt, several
Niew Yonix, April 9, 7 P. M.
Cotton opened heavy and lower, with
sales of 1,500 bales, at 231. Gold
CHun.ESTON, April 9. - Cotto
dull-middlhngs 22 ; receipts 400:
sales 100 bale.,
L ivt i.:noor,, A pril 9.-Cot ton quiet
and steady-uplanuds 11lj; Orleanm
114t ; sales 12,000 bales.
Koenoo.-This nmedioine is ruapidly galn
ing the confldence-of the people, and t
numerous tostihnonral of~ ;ts virtues, giveon
by practitioners of medicine, leaves no
doubt that it is a safe and reliable remedy
for impurity of the blood, liver disease, &c.
The lat Afkdical Journat contains an ar.
ticle from i'rof. iR. .9. Newton, M..Dl., Prosi,
dent of thie E ?ledl-College, city .of lNei
Yark, that speaksa in high terms of fir enra
lie propertaes. and gives a specla' ree-om.
mendation of Ko'koo to (Tepractitioners of
medicine. This ja, we believe, the grer in,
uhtance where sneb mtedicines frasvoe beer
slicially endgraed by the Facurry of' any oi
(lhe medical colleges, and refleuta greal
credit upori the skill of Dr. TLawrence, fit
compounder, and also puts ".Ioskoo"' iin
the van of all otheir medloics of lhe pre.
WE are now rceiving one of the~
b 'at seleted Stoo1p6 di000b w<
have bad since the war. Some good.
oheapet'thnan before tb4'we,'>
Goods always. ?t Otelitrna ptices
and sonie styles
~TE BG El OJEAPEIL
The b s 0 *
TH I W-f Bi~f~tT de ' r Ithis it on
the 27th day of March, 1870, in the 48d
Sear of his age, at the residence of Ilon.
W. W. Uoyee, Vear Alexhndrii,' Virghia.
le died of pneumonia after an illness of
seventeen days, during the greater portion'
of which time his'sufferings were most in
touse and exoruciating. lie loaves a heart.
stricken wilow.to mourn his loss.
It will-be a wolaitiholy satisfedtfon to hle
many bereaved friends and relatives at a
distance from the scone of his sufferings
to know that In his last illness he received
every tendoreare and attention that the
hand of devoted womtan can bestow, and
that :ill the skill which medical science
ou1 command was brought to Ils aid anld
assistance. 11ut mill i6 vain ; the call was
made and was imperative-lhe cold han
or death was upon him---and he was fully
conscious of it, for he often so eXpr's.ed
himself to his weeping friends.- lie also
expressed a willinigness to obey tie sum.
nuons-his one regret being the itiM sepa.
ratio*n frota his devoted wife.
1l1s remains are deposited in a new come.
tery near the Potomao Rtiver in sight of the
Capitol of the Nation:--a fit'rstitig place
for a high souled patriot.
The deea-rued was no ordinary man-he
was endowed with a very high order of In.
tellect, nod expressed his thoughts with
great etase and fluency both in speaking and
writing. lie was a true patr ot and a true
rriend-warm-hIearted, generous and brave.
li had a sond Jidgment and a wi dom,
which seened to be Intuitive. He was one
of the very first men in the State of South
Carolina to move in the right direricto In
favor of reconstructing the State. With a
view to - that end he bxecume editor of the
WiasWono' Nviws and liERALD for a bilef
period, and wrote a number of able edto
rials for (hat paper advoearing .reconstrue
tion on the basIs of equaaai fy for all before
the law irreopeotive- of rado, color, or pro.
vious conditIon of abrvitude.' The commu
nit y became enraged at the course the pa
per was patirsilng and threat'ened to with
draw from it their enti'e patronage. This
alatmed its owners, who requested M'.
HifERFUT to withdraw from the elitorial
chair, which he promptly did arrd thrrs his
valuable services were in a great measure
lost to the State in one of her most dificult.
and trying emergencies.
His too modest knd ienitlive nluro would
not permit hin to preps his claims to public
favor else he might. hate attaine I high pla.
ces and -filled thIem with h6nor to hiumelf
and advantage to .his counttry.
But it is vaiti and fi'itlegs no* I enlarge
upon , his vpried talto and recomt, . his:
many virtues. The dead are all-uncon.
scious of either pp:i'so or blame.
It is difflicult to tewilte he Sad Itew'eleome
truth that that manly, noble and go6eroM
heart, shall beat no mere forever!
We trust and believe our dear 'departed
friend has:gone to to a brighltei Hnd n bet
ter world where tie purity of his motives'
will be uuders:ood and his merits approoia.
led and rewarded. R.
Tribute of Respect.
At an Extra Comnmunication of Winn's
bor3 Lodge, No. 11 A F. MI., held on Wed
nesday, the 10th of March, A. L. 6870, the
following resolutions were unanimously
WamisS. It has pleased the Supreme
Architect of the Universe it) the exercise of
his divine wisdom, to remove from our mys
tie circle our brother Master ilason, Rev.
JOHN It. PIOKSTT, who iad been distin
guished, during life, for his zeal In the
service of his Divine blaster, his love of
our Order, and his adherence to its tenets;
and who had worthily filled the-ligh. eoffice
of Most ieverend Oraid CliabiAin' 6 the
Grand Lodge af the State of South Carolipa.
Rm1olved, That. we lament tIe deit' of
our beloved brother cut down' by the hatd
of death whilein the zenth of his career of
usefulness : and we will long regret the
blanK thus made in our membership.
Resolred, That as a mark of our respect.
for the deceased a page in our minutes be
suitably inscrbed, and our Lodge emblems
be draped for' thirty days.
ResolIred, That a copy of 'these reialu
tions ho transmitted to the familiy of tihe
deceased, to the Grand Ledge of the Statq
of South Carolina, to Star Lodge No.19
A. F. Mi. and be published in the Winbsboro
Newsa. By3 order of
JA MfES II. RION, W. M.
W t N. Cn1arSDLn, See. -
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what day we will close oar business here.
Those who wish pictures. please get thorn,
new, and an~C pu~itd eff. till, the" i t.eek.
Pictures tekon as NolT inm dieudy weither as
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- like Pepresentat6:1'foulde eh&
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IN EQUITY, FAIRFIELD 1870.
S0 ;.-lowney, itedeter, vs. Thos. J. Rob.
ilsot', et. als., Creditors of the Planter's
I xik'- f Fairfeld-Bill for Injunstiou
k ulng tli leadi.ngs in he, above
iv, '1 4t all creditors of the said Bank
bq enjoingd fyoto bringing or further prose.
Cini actios against the. said Bank or its
'.d1hest "nil persons having claims
agalnst h0 ,sid Bank, including Bank note
hqldbr, be required to present and prove
their claims on or before the 22d day of
December, A. D., 1870.
8d. That the Receiver, by cotnting and
sealing in packages. or by registering
amounts, letters anri numbers. eriso fihe
I .uk notes that iany be preented to be
4th. That the 'eclver rroceed fort hwiti
to col:eo t he assets o tI he mink, by sult
where advisab.e: and that for that pirpose
he is nuthorized to employ proper attor
1th. That the Receivor be antihotIzed to
sell at public auction for cash, all the per
sonal property (other than those in action)
belonging to said flank at suelt limo anlid
place.as ho may deem advantageons, giving
suno pnblic notico by public ilrerti.iement
as TO, riqulred by law for administ rat or's
Gib. That the Roeciver'bo authorized to
sell at such placo and erch time after the
1st.of January. A. D. 1871, as lie may deeni
expOdient, all the chosei in action that he
may bfthat timo have aseertainied tn lie
doubtful or worthless, said sale to be in
pursuance of the Act of the General As
sembly approved 14th of January, A. 1).
1870, entitled "An Act to authorize admin
istrator's executor's nod other .iduciares to
sell evidences of indebtedness.
7th. That. at. such time as the leceiver
may designate, after the 1st. of January. A.
D 1871, lie may declare and pay oti divi
dends upon such ains as may havo been
duly establi4hed from the net proteeds of
of nales and collections ii his hamts after
paynm'nt of expenses and retaining to him
self five per cent tim on all mooey's receiv
edi and two and one half per contumn on all
money's disbursed by. him.
8th. Tlnt-this order be published eee a
ihoihth in the Ftirfeld Herald during the
present. year, and one time in the Columbia
Guardian and one time in the Charleston
Reublican, . J. M. RUTLAND.
Godtrcy,Qneale,.vs.. William Marshall and
others, heirs 9f Jacob N. Onetle, deo'd.
[ h t'rsonncc of an order made in the
O a tttod oase,.by Win. M-. Nelson,
Jndge of ir ,bate for Fairfietd County, I
will sell, on the firs't Monday in May next,
in froilt..of thet Cbuit House, in Winiasboro,
within 'hio legal . hours of sale.
All that truct. or parcel of land of which
Jacob N. Oheale, deceated, wal seized and
possessed, sitiite ;n Fairiteld. County, on
CL- road 'e'dc;ug fio'm Monticello to Colimn
bin, containing one and seven tenths of an
aere, mi.'re or less, and bounded by lands
of 'anies K. Rabb and William 1. Curry.
Terins Qash-tlurchasers to pay for titles
L. W. DUVALL. 8. F. C.
Winnsboro, April 9, 1870..
Under. order of Judge of Proba Sq.
Ex Part;, Ja'nisIluntor and *lei Hunter
-Petition for Sale, &c.
I N pursuanoegof an order made by Willian
. llutlop Wigg,. Judge of Probate for
Iichland County, in the above stated case,
I %illI sell on the first. AMonday ir Way neOxi,
in fi-ont, of the Court louso in Columbia,
within the legal hours.
All that tract, of land i 'ililnnd Conn
ty, of which Ihe late Jacob Wjrick, dee'd.
possessed. Contining four hiundr-ed and
seve..ty-fouir (4174) neres, moure or less,
*bounded by lands of Col. D. D. Fehmley and
lands fornierly of Col. Leitner and others.
A large portion of tihe land' is in virginal
oak apihieklory forest.
Txans or 8A*r.-One-third cash, balance
in one and Lwo years Putrcharser to give
bond with pe'rsotmal security aand a mortgage
of the land, and pay ..f r.. stiaps.and-pa,
pors . c~P. FkZE . 11, ;C
.CQ~pbQH TH E
i1 i)J i #itteslsion a geat, many
.1 e 'ranus ihat, hiare- been
acoi1,J l*f~ o !thiese many days, and
for wi 'Ant the (CashI, foir I hiavo got.
very p 'Af u einerandtums and have tried
all fhlit te'nt miediciines from Quein's De
lht down to -opthintg Syirup, but. withouti
anry benefinihl eflcet; andl I have conic io the
conclnsloch that the only remedy likely to
Aoothe or delight me is the CASil. llopin~g
a word to thei wise will be suflicient,
* I am respect fully,.
nipril 1P2 .A.1 P 1. TERft
JUST REC~EI VEID.
1 000 DVnnum.r~s
*6000 Lb., J&acow, Laard and hlams.
'. tll grades, 1 Sacks Cof e.
TFqae, Soap, Cadles.
And many other articles to which I In..
't1o smy (riende. tend coetomers. Call and
~b B~ AM) SHOES. ..&f
f.4!WER I5 THE~ MAN.
k of it bmttdon'tjhlIt o bug.
. Sr. o~ 16 .pies tihe phqne,
th a il 0 o iq
hanH flM n1110Kfl 11
8 Y epfeh ppesh
Latest Quotatio8 of
CHARLESTON, S. 0..
Oorrooted Weekly by A. 0. EAU FMAN
Brokef, No. 26 Broad St
April 8, 1870.
S1ArflffZUIITIEs-8uth Carolina, 'old
80; do, ew,- 80 do, registeres.
stock, Ox int-@8
RAILROAD 13TOJoCs -Charot te, Columbia
and) Augusta,-55- i Or enville and Co.
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 10@; Ba.
vannah and Charleat on, 86; South Carolina,
(whole shares) 46; do, (half do) 22.
sOUT11 OAnOLINA BANK nILLE.
alinah of Charlesto ,
*'hank of Newherry,
lank of Camden, Ii .
Bank of Georgetown, - 11.
linuk of South Carolina, 6
Bank of Cheater,
Blank of liamburg, 3
Bank of State of 8. 0. prior tlS861, M0 -
Blank of State of M. C. issuo 1811
11nd 18G2, leg
*llantera' and Mechat.lea' 1tak
C hPa lton,-.
*P1Cople's Bank of Chmatlestoni, -
*Union Bank of Charleston -- -
Southwestern It ft Bank, "Charlesi.
ton, (01.1) h
Blouthwestern R R lank, Charles
3tate Bank of dtharleston, a -
Farmers' and Exchange lank of
Exchange Bank of Columbttia, 10 c -
Domnerelal Bank of Columbin, 2n -
Mierchant's link of Cheraw, 8 (
Planters' Vank of FaIrfieiI, (o.
State of S. C. Bills Receivable, par
Aity of Chatleston Change Bills, par
Securites move in demand. Exchange
avoring buyers. Money easier. Bank
,ates 1 P cens. a month on 8took eollater
is. Outside rates arbitrary. bank notes
*Silla marked thus (4) are being redeem.
d at the Blank Cotvnters of each.
Fresh, pure air is a vitilizing elixir.
hlioever is debarred by circumstances from
mtmrestrioted access to thin ilvisible, but
iowerful stimulant, needs a nmexillotral in
igorant of somi kind. The great obtect
ihould be to cltione the beat. Popularity
s a pretty good guarantie of merit in this
oratinlitiag and- intelligent ago, and tried
)y this criterio-1 Ilostetter's 8tomaoh lit.
ers stands first among the invigorating and
egnlatling medioines of the present day.
'o ihe wattle of persons engaged in indoor
mnployme .ts, espocially in crowded facto.
'ies where even with the beet possible ven
ilation the nimosphere is always In same
legree polut ed, this altibrious vegefablo
onic is peculiarly adopted. The nature of
ie ingre.lients is no mystery. It cobsiste
>f an absolutely pure diffusive' sttmulant,
inelured--or rarther sarcharged-with the
luiid etracts of sainat sis fotxl wmft barks
ind herbs. The plawemnonpebia has its
inetures, but what atre they i The juice
)f only t' Aing^ lot or bark or plant is
preset.P oia ct*., Not one of them cumbines
lie three propertie- of a ionic, an altera
ive, and mY nperiert. A'1 theso elements
ire blended in the Iliters; n6rt are these
he sum of its medicinal recommendati ons.
[I is also a blood depurent and ad dant'pas
The baleful effect which air t'iaf has been
partially exhatste.1 of its orygen by fro
r'ent heathing produces on the thaf or
aitniiation, is iotorious, and *hen to this
levitalized amtmosphere is strpoa'ddett the
nephitic vapor of hot air frirnaees, it be
,onmes doloteious aAd depressieg fW the
xtreme. TV ftnab'e the ysteni to bear up,
ven for na few hours each day against the
Iobiitttiwg In~enee of a vitiated atmos.
tlere. a wrolesonie fo'ane and alterative is
irgetfly required. This irand diuideratunt
is supplied in Ilostetie'r lIitiers, which as
l sirengt h-austanintg, health-proteoIng
mpeult, has no rival either among olicinal or
idver ised medIcines. april 5--lie
'Testimonials troftt England,
Rin .-flaving suffered severely fromt
rheumatic pains in the head and face, I *as
ndneed, from. what I heard said of it to
ry P'miur DA vis' PAI:N Mal.t.En, from w hich
somn fomud relie'f. IC It indeed a valuable
irticle. I am yours, &@.,
.WILLIAM EVANS, ($1lmner.)
. This is to certify that, I have been a ant
'erer f rom Indigestioni and violent 8iek
kenadachme tot upwards of fiur years, I
myre consulhed manny of tihe Faculty, but
i'ptve derived no material benefit from any
urc-i, until I tried PRnaY M)afls' PAIN
4::..un, which, I am ha ppy to state,- has
lone ame morO good than al I eteCr r.-d be.
4re. L ESTit hBRIGGSt.
OmitITrLEn r.--I have muchi pleasn're in
penking of the irrenmt efficacy and tasefnl
mess of yonr l'Arx Km,..:.ns. T~o years
igo I wats eovete-ly nd~Icted' with a painfid
nternal dilsease, when a friend of Omnine,
who' had just returned from the States,
;ave nme a small quantity of PAIN Kusu.r,,
rhich he had brou~iht ovet with' himt. ii
ook it as directed, anid the relief was im.
mediate, and so satisfied was I of tts walde
is a med-ichto. that I immediately sent to
few York for half a dozen bottles ; and I
inm thantlifiul to say. (hat It has ptroved to
nmy family and friends who base used It of
nes'timabmle value in rel19eftg alm~osb all
<inds of pain and snifering.
170. ? PalI.'Mah, lifanohmest er.
8rtcorAm, Notrov.-To- pates in. Wadt of
Doors, Sashes and' fllide, we refet to the
idtertisement of P. P. Teale, the large
nreputaturer of these goods ini Chaileston.
Prtco list hsynished oW nv~pimviow, '.
*Grey Bars Bepqne I
T&f'148 IMPROVED LIaJIlD fA1R
D7. I.. a perfleet wondeV. By its se thd
sid beothes young agaid. It. eonverte the
Irey head into a beautifult hiaoit 4f'lfro*n.
t, Im.parts a natural; oolor to the grisly
muestacht and whisker., and give. to the
finir and'Beard a. sofineas -and. gloss,- that
lhe youn1 beantt mlght qnvy,
SAsofa ~Ststotw.--A newuber :of fhe
motpteominest' and inft'uencaoiuietisemr of
'hmnoble .old. commson vealfk of Kentuohy
hAte anitet togetifes. to fdrm atnd frasmis.
die.d tothe pOdl a elaret fe# pseowk '
a e' ttrae Psid. leswt m--dd
l#e glad to* t-Ie to sa that the-Induesa
igebte ate san graaf adt * strenity to* the
hItuE 4erforane f al iroiis es
iA'og, that, ii place the whole eatir*l
s466;eespleton. We will be h6 i tet fig,
U lem kikkts .!isia. ea
ye 8hv.iokw #qrbotee,
4oergi diseir. Mola~.ses ~ sy
iadwae wbd &&, *bhwoh
loid for s. MN WR b 00,
SC1oorL B1oQ91, Vlbes, Iho(ograplio
Albuti,. Piant Boxes, Waverly Novels,
Dioken's Works, Thaekery's Works andi oth.
or Novels, Oook Books, Letter Writers,
Farm Books, Books oA Kiquette. &Q.. &c.,
for sale by
KETCIiiN, b1obtAzTElR & BRICE.
Ladles' a-1 Goo is' Shoes. Brogans, Sole
Leather, Tubs, Brooms, Oil Cloths, India
Rubber Ixlls, Napkin Rings, Combs, flair
Pis, Dands, &c. A variety of Lainps for
flalls and Parlors, Lantern, Pocket Lan.
terns, &o., &c. Shades, Sewing Birds,
Sugar, Coiree, Nfolasses, Toa, &c., of boat
quality, and all at low pricos for sale by
KETCHIIN, AlMASTER & JillI.
SJ'UNd caicoes, Dr. na u Meacled
Iliomspuns, Salem Jeans, Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, Candles, Soap, Brades Hoed, SBrovela,
Well Rope, Plow Lines, North Carolina
A well Assorted Stock of
Cooking Stoves which will be sold at lower
prles thar oarh be bought in this State.
TIJOM1PSON & VOODW ARD.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
25 PIECES of Spring Caliooes and
Lawns which they will soil at very low
prices, having been purchased sinoo the
great decline in goods.
20 bble. Exra Faunily PlhI r,.
2 tiorces Fine ialthnore FaLmily 11lam1s,
Peaches, Pi'neapple, Oystoedri Salmron,
Oteen Peas, Beans, &o., In cans.
Besides 0 full stolck of
H. W. DESPORTES.
(CORNER NO. I.)
[AS just ieceived
Corn and Rye Whisid'es of il gn'ades
which h-e will sell lo* for CASII.
J UST roeIved at Corset No. T-Sngar,
Pl Coffee, Miackerel 'n lBarrein, rialf lBar.
re and Kits; Chee'se, CitroA, Currents,
Candles, Potash, Patter htatolhes, &o , at
.Jan 29' N. W. D)E8PORTER.
j O'8'I' of mislaid, eertlicate No. 870, dat..
.4ed July I6, 1A19 for 5 slbara stook in the
C C & A. 1A. R'. Company ,nlety days from.
date, application will be made to tha (X ms
pany for duplicate of the sqmne.
feb 8m8t JONATitAN D.00OLE$fhN.
Floar ! Flodr I 1?lour r
BARRELS FLOUR' justreceletiad
jan 27 Corner No. l'.
2'e'er 3Pu.irniituire I
J US' r eood direet from.~ the best, facto.
.s pf 1.w York and Bostona. Consist
lng of lne flsew'ond and %hanut suits,
comrpleteJ(abogany and Walnttt Blureaus,
Sofahs1 i antrVParlorr Ch'aIthh Stande c.
~Id.8tads ancd Chair, of Aifteen -dikerent
g ades each, Wardrobes. Saloon Tables and
eerything usually keptr in the Fur'niture
Line, which we prope'se to sell as oheap as
CAn be b~ough t any where in tiie State. Call
and se J9f.*187h19 & C),
*' DO)Z. Yotgre iois Iaiporte Ale,
e ad 'es. Philadelpbla Me,. ow for
000'#4 Sgsrs kr de by
anty1 Vot ar j'o. 14
h .~ -. stok
to Seaiddef thie 98dsl"p~o, het day:
iaco*e.0 '0. R.4f A1SO,"
Prices in Acco- dance with the De
cline of fRold and Cotton will be
COFFEE Fgar: va. Molr.167c Asses 00o
6,'$1.00 per bbl., B.ccn, V' 0 per cut.
I Lard in ('addies, 95" , in barre!t, '. (re'
tail), Washinig Sonp, 1 -., Carolin Itico,
$5.75 per bushel, best "tugnr Cured lln...
26c. Special in-lucenionts offered on corn ,
call and iquiro.
D 11. F LENNIKEN.
mar 24 Agent t'fr Aubrey & Co.
LOT of Baltimore Bacon, Sardines,
Pickles. %how Chow. Cheshire Cheese,
Coffee, Sugar, Smoking and Chewing To.
haeco, egnrs of I yrnlrdes. Alvo a fine
lot of Caimpsen's Extra Family Flour, whicir
will be sold at COSP.
We also keep constatly on hand a fine
nuortment of Wites, Liquors and Ale,
which we offer at greatly reduced plfoes.
A nice lot of Mens' W'tmens' and Chil
dronu' Shoes nwl Onilers. Call and seco.
000DIN(, STUA lT & CO.
A LOT of fine Flour In sacks of all sir.
Rice, LJard Bacon, Coteos and Sugars of
Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Brandy
Peaches, burhain Tobacco and Cigars of
the finest quality, whiolh I will sell low for
Cash. R. J. M-cCARLEY.
LIFE AND TONTINE
CO:R thec! IMO'uxth.,
20 Biroad Street, Charlesto-n S. C..
TrAvrNO nrIrONRTH'Y $60,000
W TIT tie Cotuptroller-General, will is.
sue the usual forms of Lire and En.
It is the most. liberal Company to the
astMurod in the world. The charter guaran
teos Co the polioy holder the eash surrender
'aine of his policy after one anualt pay.
Ienti, er'cept only In ease of fraud.
It Is the only paroly mutual Company in
It. has no stoclholers. All surplus
(profits) t*ust be divided antong the assured
It. Is in every respeof conservative. Its
investments nro conflned by charter to the
most, solid accurities, and it is under the
management. of busluess mone of well known
ability and integrity. Its Board of'Trns.
tees comuprisrs itany of the most prominent
men -n South Cmiollnai Georgia und North'
Persons wishing any infiorm'ation. wil?
plouse communien c wit h anty of the oiceers.
B. P. ALEXANDER,
Vice. Pfesailni. and Acluary.
J. l?. GILM.\!
Vice-lrsident. in (eorgla.
R. NYE lHUTC111NSONI
Vice-Presid ent in North Oar'oiht.
G EO'. 1E. I00 GS,
8coretary asnd (leneral A gent .
JOllN T. I)A i Y. M. P.,
april 'i1m Medical Adviser.
.Zounn puw u 9mLd
ARGE, uslins, Lenos, J'apan'esa'
Mosamnbiquo- at al~t.L halt whiat thef aots
for last year,
? 10hetd of .Caimer, Stits, 'Ineli a'14
Cottopade Sacke and Pants,; Ru.tlearasy,
and Towsis at reduced prloes for cash at
KETHIlI bcMA&TEN & BRIJCFr.
1ceed a oss, Fla'voring *ztraots, Cori,
centrated I1,ye, Tolet 5oats, P~erfuttery
(each~ tla*sg, hMe . I
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