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First, and Last.
Y BAnToN u1a,
Thiey st togothIt 'r, litnl In hand. al
''he sun,et llikur..l In w: lit
The fickle e- ere-1 ucr pt 1 the M mstill,
And caught the aftter-glow.
Ile sang a song, a little song, io
No other poet knew, " ra
And she looked ut and I hougit himu stroug, [t
Looked down, and ireamied hin true.
Tlo fokle sea orept'up (he stra , c
Atd'aughed a wanton laugh- as
Took up the song Ih poet planned,
Antid sang the other balt'.
* * * * * * iv
Thnes change ; lie two went diherse w,ys ;s
The evening sha<de4 inereaso C
On him, grown old in fame and praise, at
And her in household peace. W4
The echo of the false sweet words, A
Ite spoke so long ago. of
HIas passed, ts paSs thie sinunter birds ai
leforo the winter snow. c
limt nas to-night the Angel's bann' ti
Loosens the silver chtotrd,
Amid calls her to that i er i[.ntnd t
Of Love's supren,e rewari,
Bhe hears but one sound, 13i ng,
A whisper soft and( !w-.
The echo o' lihe fl e : '-:d ung
lie sang so long ago.
General Thomas-An Interesting Letter ti
from General Fitzhugh La. /
The following letter from Goneral W
Fitzhugh Leo is a valuable uontribn
tion to the history of tho recent war.
It was;oalled out by us, lie has giv. fr
on us crtMuisin to publislt it: oa
"I know Gaoneral Thomas well.- d'
Was a lieutenant in the cavalry regi- fu
mont of whicl ho was the major be- tr
faro the war, and stationed at the sate
port in Texas with him. [to was an "
excellent artillery officer (served in
that arm at Mexico), an indifferent of
cavalry one--too heavy, too slow. '
Had not that 'utp d'c-il ls rap,itde af
<uc le coursier em'iport'. au yotlop, l' ad- Ot
drcssc d'un athlete, el 1' tgilite l' un o
centtaurc,' that Gencral Foy talks "
about in the 'Peninsular War,' hut *
which did not prevent him from being
a general officer of itdisputtablo cour- .
ttgo and unquestionable muerit.
"You ray 'ho is Charged with hav
ing, at the beginning of the war, besi
tated as to which side he Should en
list with,' &u. The New York Ii
bune, however, and all other n >rthrn
onconiums that I have read upon his
name atndl fattme., lay great stress upson
his be ing 'a V irginiin Witho never f/Il
tcrebl in his allegiance to ithe Iuio>n.'
But they would better have left that
part of his record alone, tl
"It is a fact that when war throat. t'
ened between the two sections of 'the n
best government the world ever saw,'
General Thomas's feelings were south.
orn to almost the bellicoso degree. 'c
"It is a fact that ie told me in Now
York city, in 1861, as I was on my
way from West Point to Washington,
to resign my commission as an ollicer
of the United States army, that he, P
too, intended to resign, and would soon P
follow me. 0
"It is a fact that about that time ho
wrote a letter to John Letchor, then ct
Governor of Virginia, and tendered O
his services to the State (which lcttot i
the Governor may have now).
'-Thu State of hiia birth can hardly "
be suspected, und(elr the circum,sltantces, to a
erect a mnontumet to him, but it should
not defatue him. 'tr
"H[i wa an upright, kind-hearted "
man, and fought well, though against
us. Lot bhim rest int peaco; and let Ci
Virginia keep lier vials of wraith to be a
forever poured out uipont the heatd of' '
somie few of her citizens who would
not light upon either sido, bttt whlo a
stayed at home and made money by -g
being paid by the North as upios, r
guides, and informers, or who, after #
hav ing fought, have acted as if they V
were ashamed of their past record.
"Very respectfully, your obtedien t
sorvalit, FlTis!Uoti J3..
'Tii Coo.1t. ntADE~ ANn O)rTHEn
MNrgns.-Very little is heard now.
aiAy about coolie ettnigrat ion to the
Soutth. In fact, the whmole th ing seemis
to be treated by~ all patties very cool
ly since the ratiflentilon of the [ifteeth t
amendment. Where's Koof.umanchlil.
Iakoof.-or wvhat's-his name--the eoo~
lie tradcr? Punt in conjtunct ion withI
the doetadenco of the coo)lio ttrade we
ty. among the blach'sii n . 'he Sothi,
averaging in 0one place, i i tcd,a
byed pr ,,eni ulo; thauthat o(f
the latter htvo an excess of three
thousand. Another thing is remnarka
ble abotther- colored population in t
the South-namely, the scarcity of '
nogfo oblIdret4 uder five years of '
age. The lifer'aoe is ob'vions-tho I
lack of maternal cairo fo,r the ofl5pr'ing
anud proper metdioal attendance. In C
the mnoa4timn Europaan otmigrationi is'
rtfidly 1 lIing tipi the Southern "waste
places," and in not many yeanrs it wvill
not:b6 surprising to find Anglo-Saxon"
bloodd'preponderating there over that '0
of the African, as thtat does at pre
sent over the MIongolia.-N. Y. Ier.
, Thinkin g is, indeed, the very germ n
of self-cul sivation--tho sonroe fr'om -
whicih all ~ vitatl influence eprinigs, P
Thinking will do much for an aceive 14
mind, even'in the absence of books, ti
or livinig inistruetore. The reasoning ni
faoitity growa firn, expands,- discerns i(
its QWin pogg, get with, jncreasing tI
all, its privations. Whiero *Abbro 1s to0 0
privation, bat civery help from former o
thinkers, how imuchl nmay we not Y
though mnuch Iho recads, or' mnuch hte d
sees, cani ha.rdly c all naythintg he ha T I
hiiiown. Hie trades wikIbor osd61
liteh~y oi rat e& rngal4 bank.
t y -axaesunik AtE&i4WVt of th~e egm et
cnt.ive "servant of the nnanlads a"' .WI
It seems that the world still
ounds with fools, hypocrites and
irs. It is known to those who know
that we always preferred to do our
,n thinking and form our opin
u s, in politics as well as morals
Liter than l't others do it for us.
was party caucus dictation that
ought on a war and ruined the
mntry. Demagogues in kid gloves
pired to do the thinking for the
ople--the laboting masses--and be
to aspired to think and not for him.
If :received tho pilrty laah. This
Atoni wo suppose i3 to be rein
gurated. If it is, let it come
'l do our own thinking or die.
nd we mena to vindicate the right
the people to do theirs. We have
d we now repeat, that we are the
llur-dog of no set of men to bark
emo into oflico and greatness. Our
ewa touching the "situation" are
o well known to need recapitulation.
adcnisnt meets no favor at our
!'!, whether it he ltepublican
A.Jealism or Conservative.
And now comes the funny part
'e hear that it is whispered in oer
in quarters the Recorder has turned
udica! ! If we could stop laughing
o would cry Baa ! Vo aro midlin'
ird chaps to be dragooned.' Slan.
ra vile as the whelp of sin belched
om throats foul as buzzard roosts,
n't move us. Our name is Indepen
noo. We still prefer honest men
r ofliceo who will pour oil on the
oublod waters" to blatant ranting
magogues who "dash the sweet
ilk of concord into (deep) holl."
e still mean to advocate the right
the poor and hardfisted white men
hold office and high places as well
kid-glove gents and broken down
d-fish aristuorats. We still moan
live above 'party' commands and
mry d ictation."-H/illsborougyh Re.
U ni. rv. ON O1onaiA.-Discours
g about Georgia and the plans of
r carpet-baggers, the New York
ribunc gives tho Bullookites a suck
,loger in this wi.e:
"Whet. you go to the bottom of the
se, you find the argument for furth
reconstruction amounting to just
is: "If you allow the people of
norgia to elect now rulers, they
ot't elect us." We presumo that
so. But wo cannot forever keep
e boy out of the water because he
is not learned to swim. The tin.e
ust come when Georgia will be gov
-ned ts her people shall see fit. -
hen why not now? If any more
bel nut ien are cut up, have we not
e President, the army and Congress,
ady to correct them? When can we
fely let Georgia vote, if not now ?
"Vo protest against the hang-back
>licy that it throws an excessive,
rilous loud upon the Republicans
the North. .lebol capers do us no
rm; on the contrary, help us. We
rried tho country in 1866 largely
the strength of the rebel massore
N,w 0 1'ans. The Georgia rebels
1-' i .. itmmensely in 1868. If
ey .,.L t., run their heads against
stone wall in 1870, they ought te
tvo a chance. And they are quite
likely to do it in Georgia as any
"lFinally, let us have done with re
mnstruction. The couctry is tired
1d sickC of it. So long as any State
heuld in aibeyaince, it will be plausi.
ly urged thtat the Republicans arc
Lraiid to trust the people. Let us
lvo every State to herself, and then
anish tany who violate or defy the
uarantcees of public and personal
ights now. firmly Imbedded in the
onstitution. -Lot us have 'peace."
I?A ISINO Ton5tATos.--It mtay he
forth while for our farniors to read
lhe following account of the Frenchm
iethod of' raising tomatoes. It is
lipped from an exchange:
As soon as a cluster of flowers are
isible, the stem is stopped down to
lie cluster, so that the flowers termiin
to the sterm. The effect is that the
anp Is immediately impolled into the
iuds next below the cluster, which
on push strongly and produce
t,oth)er' cluster of fiew ers each.
V ben these are visible, the branch to
thich they b)elong is also topped
own t , their level, and this is done
necsively. By this. means, the
lants becomo stout dwarf lushes, not
bove eight een inctes hight. In order
o prevent their falling over, sticks or
tring4 arc strtched horizontally
long thin vows, so as to keep the
'lants ereot. In addition to this, all
he laterals that have no flowers, and
fter the fifth topping,.- all laterals
'hatsoever, are nipped off. In this
ay (tho ripe sap is directed into the
nit., w.hioh acquires a beauty, sz
ndl excellence unattained by other
POnT SUMTFR To nE' PUT IUroN A
Aa~ FooTU4.-UJndor the order of
fajor Lud low, United .8tates engl.
eer, workmen have cinonnoed . re
toving the rubbish about this fort,
reparatory to making it a "heavy
mipormary battery." We learp. that
to slhape of bho. front will not he
laterizally altered. The outer waP'
ill be built to a height ranting frTmI
tirteen to twonty-six feet above low
a Ltri markc Above the. *o.lh.a heav.y
irthon parapet- will be construetedJ,
ud 'all the hotnbproofs 'and esctuates
it visible will he filled in. A new
oek and sallyport are to be construe.
d on the west side,"and the present
ok and stairs will be removed..
te battery will consist of eleven
teen inokh#$ @tkhborE'dad two'
eclve inch rifled guns.
'A court' martial at'<Qienftiegt'
M'hua ootdervitld fold#*th Ar en
1:med( Esquesuebre for preacil:dg1 -l
irrection and bilcsaano the in.nrgent.'
10 sell Admiral RdpAuel &nmes, "Aerviee
I Afloat in the Sumter and Alabama."
l'his is a most graphic and thrilling de.
i. ription of the perilous adventures of this
iommnder and his comrades, written by
nsmes himself, and therefore authentic in
)very partioular. The sale af this book
ins been most unprecedeotd, and still the
lomod is unabated. Sold only by sub
soription; and exclusive territory given to
good agents. Address
F. I. DIBBLE & CO., Publishers,
208 Maen Street, Louisville, Ky.
WANTED EVEl'YW H EI E,
QALESMEN, Firnes and others to sell
J a New Article in gro it demand. $100 00
nade by one Agcnt hi< first nnniki. Ad.
.lress OEO. McE tTilIIR)N & CO.. Nash
ville, Tenn., or iV. II. 8E1.ATON & Co.,
Now Orleans, La.
Is COnDIALT.V ISVITEO TO Tits
'Henderson County, Kentucky Land Salu"
Grand Prize Scheme
Enterprise, CilARTltERE by the T.ogis
aturo of Kentucky, and endorsod and re
-ommended by every lending official in the
9tale, and upwards of 300 of her most
511 Prizes, $314,320 t
Domprising the richest rivet bottom tobao
ao farms in the wenithy county of lieu.
dcerson, Ky., with all their appurtenances.
Cap ital Priz3, $160,000
Smallost Prize, $801
Also about $20,000 in Greenbncks, being
the entire rent. ioney of the' property for
the years 1869 and 1870, which will be dis.
tributed to the winners of the first seven
prizes respectively. lent of the
farss for 1809, was $12 per acre, and it is
confidently expectci that they will equal or
surpass this figure for 1870.
Tickets Five Dol1aPs.
Final drawing, June 9th, 1870, at Masonic
Templo, Louisville, Icy. Hlundreds of our
best oltizons, haro given unqualified certl.
ticates and endorsements of this mngnifi.
Every dollar invested by t!"ket holders,
is held in trust by the o nmmissioners ap.
pointed by the Legislature, until the draw.
ig trkes place and prises are delivered.
In order to have your lickets properly
registered, buy at. once of your nearest
club agent, or retmit by Express (prepaid),
Draft, P. O. money order, or registered
letter, to either -f thu following financial
agents who will furnish full descriptive
L. 11. Lype, Cash'r Farmers Bank, lien.
derson, Ky.: i.. II. Alexnder. Commer
cial Bunk, Louisville, Ky. J ohn C. I..
tham, 'res. lank, 1lopkinsville, Ky ;
James L Dallam, tommtercial Bank, Padu
cah, Ky. ; B. 0. Thonas; Cash. Obs. and
lopt'r Lexington, Ky. ; W. B. Tyler, Cash.
ler Deposit ilk , Owensboro, Ky.
Good Club Agents wanted everywhere.
TOMES, MELVAIN & CO.,
Sole Agents, 6 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
GRAND RAFFLE AND SALE
Of Real Estate and Personal Property, at
CASSVILLE, GA., June 1st, 1870,
rno111nTY VALUnD AT $11,000 nAFrLE.n A1
ONLY $1 PER CHANCE !
This property consists in part of a gene.
ral assortment. of merchandise, valued at
$8,000 ; st ore-houseo, tit0x2i (new,) $1,500
3 dwelli.g houses and itnprovetments, all
new, $1,000 enchl ; lot of turniture $1,000
400 bushtels corn, 100 saicks flodr, 6,00(
pounds bacon, 24 town lets itn center co
town, horses, cows, &c., &c.
Ti property, and ot her property ne
included, is valuted nt Forty-four Thtousant,
Dollars, is to be raffled for at T'wenty.tlvs
Thousand Doliers. Every chance, or tick,
et, warranted and gtnaranteed a prize valuet
from One Dollar up to One Hlundredl, ti
TO woHundred, to Eight 'thousasnd Dollars
No Blanks--Twelve disinterested men wil
condutit the Raflle, and 'sto that eaeb ant
every one, whether present or not will havy
an equal andi fair showing. Each agen
will be itnformed of the result of the Rnffli
next day after it co'nes ohlf. liefer to (.dl
cers of IBartow county, and cit isonis of Cass
ville. Liberal per cent. offered agents
Agents wanted in every Cottnty and State
Eniclose stamp. Or'ders for all Tickets ant
all comunications musst he addresved to
IL. Q. 8ITli A CO.,
Managing Agents, Casavillo, Ga.
TOMES, MELVAIN & CO,
INo. IJ MUaidenI Lane, New York.
Guns, Fine Cutlery,
MILITARY A ND FANCY OODM
SOLE AOENTh FOR
WVestley Richards' Dreh. Leading Fow
ling Pieces, Eloy's Cartridges for B. L.
(lenerual Agenats for thte
U, 8, "Cartridge 01i," Lowell, Mass.
*Manufacturer's of all kind. of
MUitASJ AIe/ ATEIDo gs lost Ittii'L srt 1sSTOL
I have this day appointedl M%esvrs, Toxies
MEK.VAIN & Co. Sole Agentts for thme sale o
my Pistols in thte City of New York. Deal
ers can obtain them of Messrs. Tomes
litin & Co. at may lowest wholesale rates
asnd my full gutaranity no..omtpanies ever,
Pistol of my mnanufactstre sold by them.
Philadelphia, Aug 20, 1807.
smoothi ands makes fine writing. Hi1gh
ly recommnendped by all siing thepn.. thul;
25 e6nts pe/ dostn~.' TI"b sAmnple Pens fol
10 cents. Address E. S. ClIlE I R, Ha,d
i Say where yoi saw thisdveiso1pe.,
rae and rella.
cost toss thuan half Uhe
monuy. 03esty arranged
TIIE GREAT REPUTATIONr
Which Koskoo has attained in all parts of
AS A GREAT AND 000D MEDICINE,
And thie Large Numbers of Testimonials
which are eonastantly being received from
Physicians, and persons wno have been
oured by its use, is conclusive Proof of its
AS A BLOOD PURIFIANR,
It 1l i'.o EC1,a u ,
The Most Powerful Veg itable Alternative
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
"The life of the flesh 19 in the Blood,"
Ih a Suriptual maxim that science proves to
be true. The people talk of ban blood, as
the cause of many diseases, and like mnany
popular opinions this of bad blood is found
ced in truth.
The symptoms of bad blood nre usually
quite plain-bad Digestion---causes imper
fect nutrition, and consequently the eircu.
lation 's fecbke, the -1.t ti'sues loose their
tone and elasticity, and the tongue becomes
pale, broad, and frequently coverett with a i
pasty, white coat. 'I his coinditinn soon
sho.,s itself in roughness of the skin, then
in eruptive and ulcerative diseases, and
when lung continued, results in serious
lesions of the Brain, Livt r, Lungs, or urina.
ry apparatus. ltch, very tuch, suffering
is caused by impure blood. It is estimated
by some that one-fifth of the human family
are affected with sorofuls in some form.
When the liloml is pure, you are not ,o
liable to any disease. Many Impurities of
the Blood arise from impure disease of
large cities. Eradicate every impurity
from the fountain of life, and good spirits,
fair skin and vital strength will return to
Being the only Known Medicine
that efliciently stimulates and corrects the
hepatice s cretions and functional derange.
nmots of the Liver without Debili'ating the
system. While it acts freely upon the
Liver instead of copious purging, it gradu.
ally changes the discharges to a perfectly
sYIToTs oF .IVKR COMPLAINT AND OF soME
OF TttOF. LtIS.ASKS PNODUUKD DY IT.
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or
yellowish-brown pots on the face and
other parts of the body ; dullness and
drowsiness, sometitness headache ; bitter
or bad tate in the mouth, internal heat ; in
u.any cases a iry, tensing cough ; unsteady
appetite; sometimes sour stomnach, with a
ratsing of the food ; a bloated or full feel
ing about the stomach and sides; aggrava
ting pains in the sides, back, or breast, and
about. the shoulders; constipation of the
bowels ; piles, flatulence, coldness of the
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy In the
cure of diseases of the Kindeys and Blad.
der. In these Affections it is as near a
specific as any remedy can be. It does its
work kindly, silently, and surely The
Relief which it affords Is both certain and
DIssAS.s OF Tn KiDN.TS AND BLADD,R.
Persons unacquainted with the stuctutre
and functions of the Kidtneys cannot esti..
ntet the imiportatnce of their healthy ac
llegultar and stufielent action of the Kid
neys is as important, nay, even more so,
than regubtrity of the bowels. 'fhe Kid
neys removo trom the Bloeod those effete
maattetrs which, if permitted to remnain,
would 'tpeadily destroy life. A tetal sus,
pension of the urinary discharges wi.l oc
t agion death from thirty-aix to for ty-eight
When the Uritte is voided in small quasn.
titles at the time, or when the~re is a dispo
sition to Uritnate mnore frequently thtan
natural, or whett the Urine is htighly colored
or scalding with weakness in the small of
the bac-k, It, should not be trifled with or
.delayed, but. Koskoo should be taken at
once to retnedy the difficulty, before a
lesion of the organs takes place. Most of
the diseases of the Bladder originate from
I those of the Kidneys, the Urine being im
perfectly secreted in the Kidneys, prove
Irritating to the Bladder and Urinary pas
sages, When we r-ecollect, that, medicine
never reaches Lbs Kidneys exceptL through
the general ciroulation of the B1lood, we
see how necessary It is to keep the Fouin
tain of Life P'ure.
Meets with Gecat Success in the Oure cf
Disese Of the Ner'vous Systenm.
Almost nine-tenthts of our people suffer
from nervous exhsnt,stion, and are, there
-fore, liable to its cotneomitatnt evils of tnen
tat depression, confused ideas, softening of
the brain, insanity, and cornplete breaking
dowha of the general htealt h. Thsotasandtt
are suffering to-day with broken dlown
nervous systems, and, unfortunately, to.
bacco, alcohsol, late hours, over-Work,
(mental and physical), are causing diseases
of the nervous system to increase at, a feat
The eytmtome to which diseases or the
nervous system give rise, may be stated as
follows;t A dull, heavy feeling in the head,
sometimes more or less severe pain or
rheadache ; Periodical lItadacha, Disainess,
.Noises or Ringing in the flead : Consfusion
of Ideas ; Temporary Loss of Memory ;
D)ejection of Spit-its; t art ing during 81ep;
Bad( Drteamsi; lesitation in Anstwerintg
Questions ; Dolness of iiearitsg: Twitching
of the lace and Arms, &o., whichs, if not
promptly treated, lead to Paralysis, Deli
rium, Insanity, impotency, Apoplexy, &c.
Is. not a secret quaek remedy. Forr.jula
aroundl each bottis. Recommended by the
boat Physicians, eminent Divines, Editors,
Drtsggists, M4erchants, &o,
T2h 3eat ad NE.Popalau Xedioin. in
1anPARDD ONLY 3Y
J. 1. LAWREINCE, M. D,,
laboratory anid 00co*,VNo, 6 Itain Street,
Price, 0OA9Z.PER DOTA!LE,
ler sale b? gfg%qeJIwhere,
S'IIOOL BOOKS, Bibles, Photographio
Albums, Paint Boxes, Waverly Novels,
Dicken's Works, Thackery's Works and oth
er Novels, Cook Books, Lettet Writers,
Farm Books, Books on Etiquette, &o., &o.
for sale by
RETCHIN, MoMASTER & BRICE.
Ladles' an,d Get to' Shoes. Brogans, Sole
Loather, Tubs, Brooms, Oil Cloths, India
[Rubber Balls, Napkin Rings, Combs, Hair
Pins, Blands, &o. A variety of Lamps for
IIAIls and Parlors, Lanterns. Pocket Lan.
terns, &c., &o. Shades, Sowing Birds,
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Tea, &o., of best
quality, and all at low prices for sale by
"ETCIIlN, MoMASTER & BIICE.
WE are now receiving one of the
best sclected Stock of GOODS we
hnve had since the war. Some goods
cheaper than before the war.
Goods always at Columbia prices,
and some styles
TEN PER CENT CHEAPER.
CALL AND GET BARGAINS!
Bring the CASH to
LADD BRO'S & CO'S.
1000 BUSHELS Prime White .orn.
6000 Lbs. Bacon, Lard and llama.
Sugar, all grades, 5 Sacks Coffee.
Tens, Soap, Candles.
20 Bbls. No. 1. Family Flour.
Anl many other articles to which I in
vite my friends and customers. Call and
MrBOOTS AND SHOES, LA
W. W. KE TC[IIN.
E. W. OLLEVER'S
Fruit and Confectionery Store.
TIlE ClEIPEST STORE YET!
CAN IT BE POSSIBLE?i
YES IT 15,
F. ELDER IS THE MAN.
JlUST think of it but don't think too long,
Uor you may miss the chance.
Trimmed all complete for 25 cents.
Men's Shoes for 50 cents.
All other goodh noid in proportion.
Conisisting in hlardware, Groceries, Bools
and Sh.oes, DI)ry Goods, M'illinery, Notions,
&o.. &e., all of which is just received of
the~ latest s'yle, noe humbug, every article
warranted " ",e as represented.
All he asks is a call before purchasing
elsewhere, but, those that have Wot the
Grsanba.ks. need not call, as his motto is
etrictly Cash, emaIl profita and quick sales.
Murfee's Sub-Soil Plow,
SUPEfRS11DING ,B iovel Plows and
USweeps. This Plow, with its attach
met,is useful all the year round, espe
ota.lly in planting and growing seasons.
Bold at feotr &cee freiht addded, by
TROMh &Ww DWAD,
Tho "CAROLINA FERTILIZER," is n
and is pronounced by various chemists, one
Peruvian Guano in its Fertilising Properties.
iiot land and sea anin als, and possess quali
at. We annex the analysis of Professor Shi
"L \L'ORATOIY OF TiIE N ED
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Fertilizer
Moisture expelled at 2120 F,
Organic ,latter, with some water of combini
Phosporio Acid-Soluble, 6.96 Eq
Insoluble, 8.17 E 1
Sulphuric A'd, 11.01 Eq
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda,
On the strengths of these results I am gla
We %%ill furnibh this excellent FERTILIZ,
PREN,SCHIILS&FEVER I PETI TF
& WHOLESALE DRUGGISTs
For sah, in W innsburu, S. U., by
KETCIlIN, MIcMASTER & IR1ICE.
By a recent decision of the Internal
Revenue Commissioner, any person enn sell
those 11itte - withbout having aL retail Li
quor Dealer's Licensae. mar 17--6m
P. P. TOALJE,
Charloston, S. C., Manufacturer of
DO OR, SASH, BLIND&
H AVTNG THIE L ARGEST AND MOST
CO IIPLETE h'AtTORY in the South
ern States, and keeping always on hand a
large and most complete stook of DOORAS,
SA811ES, BLINDS, Sash Doors, Stere
Do,rs, Shutters, Mouldings, &c.. &c., I am
onaubled to sell low and at manufacturers'
N. B.-9t rIct attention paid to shipping
in goodorder. july 20
Charlotte, Columbia and August
CeOLUMnIA, Dc. 27, 1869.
TlE follewing Passenger Schedule wil
.goI ito effect on this Road on atrd afte
Sunday, next, 26th inst.:
Leave Atigusta, at 4.00 a n
"Columbia, 8. C., at 9.40 p ii
'' Winnsboro, 11.40' a ,
" Chester, .- 1.40 p a
Arrive at Chis.rloftte, N. (1. 4.20 p si
Making cles,econneehiona with Tralnsat
North CarolIna Road for all point, North
Leave Charlotte, N. 0. at 10.80 S mi
" Chester, 1.215 p m
"6 Winnaboro, 2.67'p m
" Columribia 6.07 pm
Arrive at Augusta 9 60,p m
Making close connections with Tralns'of
Central and GeorgIa Railroad. (for Bawan'
nah, and all poInts In Piorida, Mao,, Co.
inumbus, Montgomtery, Mobile, doew Orleans,
Selma, Chattanooga, Mempphis, Nashviule,
Louisville, C'incinnati, Mc, Louis, awd sll
points South and WVest.
Paelice~ 8eeping -Cars ow all ?light Trains.
Tbt'ough Tloket teoldj and Beggag.ieheekwit
to all principal points,
I@' P'assengei's 'by this ropte going
North,lhave chblce of thtme differentrioute.1
S. R. tboksarj Geneo al Freight and Tick:
et Agent. dee 28
.Fte Lo~ Oranges, Leteng,' &e. .just
( f a gMA0
ide from the Phosphates of South Carolina,
f the bust. Manures known, only inferior to
These Phosphates are the remains of ex
ties of the greatest value to the agricultur
[CAL COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
, personally selected.
ation expelled at a low red heat, 16,50
uivalent to 11.27 Solubl Phosphat" of Limo
uivalent to 18.48 Insoluble (b,ne).
24.75 Phosphate of Lime.
Aivalent to 28.65 Sulphate of Lime.
l to certify to the superiority of the ('aroli
C. U. SHEPAltD, Jr.
C'R to Planters and others at $60 per ton of
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
Nre-w Fua.Xrtur-e t
JUST received direct from the best facto
ries of Now York and Boston. Consist.
ing of fine Rosewood ar.d Chesnut, suits,
co'upleto Mahogany and Walnut Burenus,
Sofas. Divans. Parlor Chairs. Stands, &c.,
Bed Steads and Chairs of fifteen different
grades each, Wsrdrobes. Saloon T'ables and
everything usually kept in the Furniture
Lir e. which we prop.-se to sell as cheap as
can be bought anywhere in the Stale. Call
and see. JOHN McINTYRE & CO).
The Last Sensation I
TUST received a fresh supply of Fino
e Durham Smoking Tobaooo. Cannec
Oysters, Shrimps, Pickles, Starch, Coffee,
Sugar, Lard, Cates, Table Salt, Flour. Sonp,
Liverpool Salt, Cheese, Candles, Shoes,
Croekory, Tinware, Molasses. Stationary,
Hardware, Dry Goods, &o., which we offer
low for cash. J. MoINTYRE & CO.
Private and Trancient
J. A. Hendrix,
CoOINEare T.ar.'t A.(I SsXra stalars,
00LUJMBIA, S. C.
0WE SQUARE NAST of MAIN 5TREET.
King8 MOuntain Rail Road.
L EAVE Yorkvilte at 6, a. . and arrive at.
UChester at 8 a. m
Leave Chesier for Yorkcville immediately
after the arrival of the Augusta train,
THE POLICY HOLDERS'
LIFE AND TONTINE
29 Biroad Street, CJharleston 5. 0.
HAVING ISBrOSITID $60,000
WTITI! the Comptroller-General, will is
V!sue the usual forms of L.ife and En
JIt is the most liberal Company to the
assured in the world, The charter guaran
tees to the policy holder the cash surrender
value of.his policy after one nnual pay..
umont, except only in ease of fraud.
j I is the only purely mutual Company in
It. lhne no stockholders. All surplus
(profits) must be divIded among the assured
It is In every respect conservative, Its
investments are oenfned by charter to the
most *olid securitie, and-it is under the
managersuent, of Ihusisess men of well itiown
ability ansl itategrity, Its Board pf 'true.,
tees comprises medy of the most prontinent,
men i rla ot Carolina, Geor'gi. and North
Pe,'sons wishitig any infortnattQn, will
please ommunioate with any~ of the ediodru.
WM. MoDURN$Y, j.
U. P. ALEXANDER*
Vice. tesident, and Actuary.
Jp. P.( LMER,
Vice-1'o~sidebt in Georgia.
14. NYB HIUTCIIIN8ON,
Vice-President in, North Carolina.
OEO. E. iI0008,
Secretar'y ala - General Agent.
JO1N T. DA RBY, M,.,
april 7-- m* :1tedieMAd,'ser.
,Ipetso,t. having olaitas against
feb 2d 'Adm'r.
- - a A M ow repend t'e
A,fll orders for new W7ag (
ons, OCarte, Wheelbarrows,
&o, Also Vepairing neatly exsouted. All
kinds Blacksmith work dos.e at my shop.
The aton .of the publie ae repo fuly