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Tutt'e Hair Dye-Ketohin, Mo.
Master & Brice.
Mrs. Obear School, opens let Juno.
See advertisement for terms, &o.
Hay I Hay 1! Hay I I I-One hun
dred bales at Bacot & Co.
Will remember that we do not pub
lish communications whore the real
name does not appear. They can
sign any noni de plane they like, still
their real name must accompany all
eonimuications, no 'matter of how
much interest is it to the public. We
cannot deviate from our rules.
O - Contractors will not be allow
ed, under their contract, to advertise
any other than their legitimate busi.
ness unless by paying specially for
First of tae Season.
We tender our thanks to 1r. R. L.
Mobley, of Yonguesville, for a mees
of Irish Potatoos of this year's
growth. They are of the early Rose
variety, and are extra fine for this
season. Mr. M. tells us that this va
riety is very prolific.
IiMease Among tihe Poultry.
We learn from a number of our
-citizeus that there is a disease or dis
temper among their chickens which is
cearrying them off rapidly. One gen
4leman informs us that out of forty
head of which he could boast a few
-days since he now only has three.
The rest have died of the prevailing
The X1X Century for May has
been received, and is as usual full of
good reading . matter, which is all
original and by some of the most emi
neat Southern writers. If you are
thinking of subscribing for a Maga
zine, try the Century, and if you do
not like it, we can only say you are
hard to please. Terms $3.50 per an
num. 35 cents single number.
Patronize Home Enterprise.
Mr. P. P. Toale, whose advertise
aent appears in another column, has
established on a firm basis, in Charles
ton the largest and most complete
manufactory of doors, sashes, blinde,
&a., in the Southern States. Having
advertised liberally during the past
year, he has secured a large custom,
extending as far west as Alabama, and
he has thus been enabled to put forth
a printed price list which. defies com
petition. Every person who contem
plates building or repairing should
write at once for Mr. Toal's price
A Wordthne Colored People.
We quote the following good ad
vice from the Columbus, Ga., Engui
w:As to your politics think just as
you please, hut 'don't allow a man
professing himself to be a minister of
Jesus Christ to harangtae you on the
subject of politics, and your formetm
condition in slavery times. Thi:s la
all past and gone forever, and as the
Gospel is peace and good will to all
men, so let your minister stick to the
text. Whenever a preacher begins te
rant about what you and he ha.ssuf
fered in the olden times, just marki
im ; he is after the "loaves and fiah
some thrapnmetthat will feed
hma little better tha preaching for
Q04 Speaking of the negroes, the
A Albany EvugJora says : "We
at the North did not chattelize them
j to a paivnful an4 4egreding inferiotl
ty." Oh, no, we at the North didn't
ebattelize the negroes. We were too
good and pious for that.. When we
found, after many years of most dill
ci gent ex.perimont,. that it wouldn't pay
to keep thenr, we sold' them to the
South, and yrashed our Land. of the
business forever. Let us pray.
"My harp As. qn thae Willow
The following ,est,rot ffom the
opening wilfl afrd a splitkai of the
sweetness and dePikaoy that character.
iso the notes from the spirit harp. of
one fw wheo al other obharap'are
My harp is on the wilTlow laung;y
TIo me the miornm4%g brings no l ight,
No ray of a'uneothnoop I see
But one unoanging itt
To me the variegated earth,
Would seem one dark umnbroken. plain
If in my nesre I had not bid
Bright visions that tuft coome again.
The Charleaton Coenren syss. 6ha
the E!piadopal Qbiiventioi net i'
Abbeville- on Tflursday last, the 1:1,l
A collision. osoorre&:oa the louti
Oarolina Railroad on Sunday after;
noon by which several' oars wrnr
smashed and a neaam boy killed... i.:
The pio-nio season in Charleston
The following gentlemen have boon
appointed by the Governor as Trial
Justices for this County : Robert
Hawthorne, John Neil, D. B. Kirk
land and Joel Copes.
A fashion authority announces that
panlors this season are to be more
prominent than ever.
Jet jewelry is very fashionable, and
it is said, will be generally worn by
the fair sex in the summer, with mus
lin and other light dresses.
"Paris by Sunlight and Gas
A work descriptive of the Myste
ries and Mieeries, the Virtues, Vices,
Splendors, and Crimes of the City of
Paris, by James D. McCabe, jr. Na
tional Publishing Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Those who wish to know what fast
life is in Paris, should read this book,
for a more faithful picture was never
drawn of the follies and crimes of the
gayest city li the world. There is n0
place where sin and vice assume such
beautiful guises, or where so much
care is taken to make life one roun - of
fast and reckless dissipation as in the
gay Capital of France. Our author
evidently knows whereof he writes,
and draws his pictures in the most
glowing colors. He carries us into all
classes of society, from the family of
the Emperor, to the garret of the
pretty Grisette. We listen to the
glorious music of the Grand Opera,
and to the ravishing strains of the
Can-can at Mabille, or the closerie.
We are admitted to the parlors of the
Duchess, and watch the spreading of
the social plague-spot over the fair
fame of the noble dame ; and chat
with Cora Pearl and her Sister Lo
rettes in their gorgeous apartments.
All the trickeries, knaveries, follies,
crimes, and the dark and terrible
mysteries of the wicked City. are por.
trayed in this volume with a startling
truthfulness. The reader is thrill
ed, fascinated, charmed, and finds it
impossible to lay the book aside until
it is completed. Since the publica
tion of the "Wandering Jew," no
more powerful and thrilling work
upon this subject has ever appeared
but, unlike that book, this one is of
permanent value, for, besides its chap.
ters, relating to the darker side of
Paris, it makes us fully acquainted
with the bright, beautiful city, so at
tractive to an American. It abounds
in solid and useful information, which
is so thoroughly interwoven with
bright and sparkling pictures of the
glories and greatness of this wonder.
ful city, that we do not wonder that
Paris draws so many Americans to it
every year. There iq no class of
Americans to which this book does
not appeal, either by its solid worth
or by its powerful descriptions of the
sensations of the gayest city in the
world. The 150 engravings with
which it is illustrated were executed
in Paris, under the eye of the author,
by the best artists of France. The
work is for sale only by subsription.
A Cunaous 8-rORY.-A curious story
is afloat about the Baron James De
Rothschild having sat for his picture
some years ago, to Aly Scbeffer, in
the character of a beggar. It is add
ed, to complete the romance, that a
chance visitor seeing the Baron in the
artist's studio, made up for a sitting,
and believing him to be what he ap
peared, alipped a lou is into his hand.
The pretended meodel took the coin,
kept. It Invested for ten years, and
then sent back to the donor ten thou.
sand francs as the accrued profit, with
a note to the effect that a good action
always brings good fortune. A dis
tinct corroboration from the graver of
the loulsa published in a respectable
Paris journal, alone prevents this tale
from beitng ineredible. Perhaps no
more practical encouragement to
charity has ever been recorded, even
in connection with the family whose
benevoleace has passed Into a proverb,
Howr to 8acunic GooD OATS FOR
St.-A correspondent of the Coun
try Gentleman says
"Place your oats in a heap on the
miAdle of the threshing geoor, on the
end that wind blows to. Got you a
milking stool and a small sooop-y our
wife's flour scoop wfil de-and throw
the oats with a light turn of the wrist,
to the other end of the door, against a
gentle wind. A little practice will
soon enable you tob throw it in- a half
circle, and at the same .dfstance.
Sweep off now and then if you have
miueh,--the utmost cIrcle of seed, ths
light oats for feed, and the weed seed
to bokaa You will now hve sed
oats worthy to sow, witiiout buying at
$5 per bushel. I hieve' s6en oatb
grown rn Sweden until I was fortyt
years old, but I never saw a heavy
crop whore the' aced was not selected
A GItEaT DEstOVERY INYR.
process by which copper - d all grades
%f steel and Iron are welaed together
t one heat has recently been discov
ered. 'The word remains perfectly
solid after bein~g subj eoted to the
moat thorough tests. ExperIments In
Philadelphia haie demonstrated that
the weWg by this psoese, will Asist
the aotien. of the st'ongest steam
During the delivery of a lecture by
Mrs. Pr. Mary Walker in i;ansas, a
few d'aya ego, .A precocious youth in
the audlenee eriod out, "are you thes
Miary that - had a little 'lambi"
"No19" was the ready reply, "but yew
moether had a fl6tlejaceeas 9F
MORUn LEK.ISLATiON FOR TI! CoLOl
ED oirt..-The Washington corres
pondent of the Baltimore Bun writes
to that journal,'under date of the 8th
Inst., says :
In the forthcoming Republican Con.
pressional caucus, a Southern Senator
intends to propose a policy to be incor-.
porated into a law, for the better protec
tion of the colored people of the South,
and to secure the enforcement of the
Fifteenth Amendment in the North
This will t.ke something of the shape of
a Bill prepared by Mr. Pool, of North
Carolina, and which will declare that all
citizens of the United States shall have
in the several States all privileges and
immunities of;lif, liberty and property.
It will declare it to be unlawful for
persons to combine or conspire to
violate or hinder or impede any of the
rights meant to bi secured by this Act,
one of which is to prevent the discharge
from employment of any person with
intent to restrain hia free and com.
plete exercise of the elective franchise.
Another feature of this proposed l"gis
lation is to authorize the President to
employ the land and naval forces or the
militia to preserve the peace of any
IQUADnIRUNIAL. CoNVEICH d :Pl1OF THE
METOimT EPISCOPA. Cttatun SOUTH.
-The Conference was called to order
on Tuesday, by Bishop Doggett.
Under a call of standing committees,
Dr. Hamilton, from the Committee on
Re'isalh, recommended adhesion to the
pres-mt system of discipline.
The committee on the interest of the
colored people recommended the adop.
tion of the act:on of the last Conference
of a seperate :huirch organization as
provided in the Uisciplme, which, under
the rule, goes over, but will undoubtedly
Under a call of conferences, a large
numer of resolutions and petitions
were received and referred, including
one from Mobile, urging the re-enact
ment of the original prohibition in the
code prohibiting such amusements as
theatres, circnses, dancing, &c , and one
from St. Louis, asking the formation of
a new Conference in Kansas; allowing
the Pacific Conference to subdivide itself
within the next four years ; for changes
in the Discipline regarding infant bap.
tisin, and to relieve the present Discip
line from ambiguities.
This led to a lengthy discussion. The
other proceedings were umimportant.
IS IT RPaALLY So ?-A woman's
thoughts about woman are thus given :
If Dante had not los this Beatrice when
she was young and beautilul--f Pe.
trarch had wedded his Laura, or Tasso
his Leonora, do you suppose the world
would have been filled with their
praises? That song after song, like
those which have been immortri, would
have been sung in their honor? Not at
all I Beatrice would never have been
the angel in Dante's heaven, if she had
continued to brighten his earthly hrome,
and Laura and Leonora would have
bloomed through their beauty and 'outh,
and growing wrinkled and faded, have
dropped into the tomb without the
world knowing aught of their face.
We are all "angels" in our lover's
vocabulary, until we consent to marry,
and really take upon ourselves the task
of trying to render some man's life hap.
py. But then quickly comes the
Emigration has tended to the West,
because it sought a free society. South
Carolina is nowr free, and if her people
exhibit no contempt for the emigrants
that come among t.hem,t.he tide will turn
heavily that way. In the far North six
mouths of severe labor are supplemented
by five months of winter. Prodnction
is the law of the first term, constimhption
of the last. The winterot South Caro
lina is hardly a month in length, and
the farmer actually has eleven months
for produtteive labor, if, indeed, he does
not have the entire year. With such
en advantage as this,'intelligent emiigra
tion must look to the uncultivated lands
of the seaboard States before passing
over them for the fertile States of the
interior. A vigorous push and a kindly
temper on the part of the South will
bring immigrants there,
A DUaL WITn A WiFE.-One of the
oddest defenses on record has just been
made al Hamburg by a man who hard
mrrrdered his wife from motives of
of jealonsy. According to his own co
count, he had not murdered her,- bt
"hand killed her in a fair and honorable
duel, as lie had placed' a pistol- in her
hand and told her shoot a-t him.'' The
Court however, did' nf quitegjregard it
ne a.n agaur of honoir, and conudemned
hinm to Lw enty,-A've years' pienaf sorvi
Lnde, expressly stating that they lhad not
sentenced him to death out of' respect to
thw opinions of the majority of'the peh
lation of the 1(orth German Butnd.
?'aut19r toR LOA'mte-A cement
AI,v feather is made by mixing ten partu
of snihdL' of carbont' with care of ot' of
perca t mak a-tottgh; tibelvfiy-iwiing
lqi.Oh: esegg1iah pre-regnIsite to a
thorough union of ti puasconstasa ini
freedom of the surfaces to be jbhed' frbm
grense. This may be accomphi'shnd by
raying cl'eth upon them and applying
a hot iron for a time. Tihe cement is
then applied to both pieces, the surfaces
bronght in contact, and pressure applied
until the joint is dry.
IODid o present your account to- the
efendnt?'imqised! a 1hwyer of this
client'. "I did, sir." '%nd what didt
he say V" "He told me to' go' to- the
devil." "And what did you doa thee."
"Why, then-. came to-you,"
Old laJf to. a haolbmanhaBo0t thse
hack. are datwous. 'Wou-uever lewI
whoriesina u.We might gs6the
smal-por.' Oo6f'?ouvo flo cause
to be a feareS of my coach, sanam, for
I'ys 'ad the Iindu wheel) waecinsted and~
it' took bqautifually.'
The Bonate of the United States
has agreed to stop the shameful ex.
pense of publishing the laws in news
papers which nobody reads-such as
Fkorney's Chronicle and other Radical
journals which are kept tip at the pub
lio cost. We doubt, however, whoth.
or the Senate will adhere to this do.
termination. Such papers are useful
to nobody, and ought to be allowed
to go down, yet there will be a great
clamor made by them against this
sudden stoppage of supplies.
Latest Quotations of
CilARt i:STON, S. C ,
Oorrootod Woekly by A. 0. $AUPMAN,
Broker, No. 25 Broad St,
May 17, 1870.
S-Ars ecOURTI_.. -South Carolina, oli
88; do, ew.-@80 do, registered
stock, ox int--@a 80
RItt-tOAD S-oetcs-Charlotie, Columbia
and Augusta,--J50 Or enuvill and Co.
lumhia, 2; Northeastern, 9(ai Sa
Yannnah and Charleston, 85; -,outh t.arolina,
(whole P'hares) 461 ; do. (half do) 22.
ROtU-tt C?AR LNottA SCANK Dtt,t.s.
*Innk of Chorlcsto , ..(.
*Bank of Newberry, (e --
liank of Camden, 6 0 -
Bank of Georgetown, - a -
Bank of South Carolina, 6 a -
Bank of Chester, 6 a -
Hank of Hiatburg. 64.
Dank of Stat e of S. C. prior to 1801, 68@
Bank of State of S. C, issue 1801
and 1862, 30@
*Planters' and Mlechanics' Bank
*People's Batik of Charleston, -.a. -
*Union Bank of Charleston, - -
Southwestern It R Bank, Charles.
ton, (old) -
Southwestern R It Dank, Charles
ton, (now) - a -
State Bank of Chnrleston, 2 -
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
Exchange Bank of Columbia, -C
Commercial flank of Columbia, I .
Merchant's Bank of Cheraw, 2 a
Planters' Bank of Fairfield, 2(rt
State of S. C. Bills Receivable, par
City of Charleston Change Bills, par
Securities more in demand. Exchange
favoring buyers. Money easier. flank
rates 1 14 eeut. a month on Stock collater.
ale. Outside rates arbitrary. Dank notes
*lt!?s marked thus (*) are being redeem
ed at the Bank Counters of each.
Time tests the Merits of all Things.
FOR THIRTY YEA RS! -;
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Has been tested in every variety of cli.
mate, and by almost every nation known to
Americans. It is the almost constant com
panion and inestimato friend of the mis
sionary and the traveler, on sea and land,
no one should travel on our Lakes or Rivers
It is a speedy and safe remedy for burns,
scalds. outs, hruia;.. wounds and various
other injuries, as well as for dysentery,
diarrhena, and bowei complaints generally,
and is admirably suited for every race of
men on the face of the gloho.
Be sure you call for and get tIO gelluine
.Pain Killer, ab many worthless nostruma
are attempted to be sold on the great repu
tation of this valuable medicine.
IW Direotions accompany each bottle.
Price 25otat, 50ots, and $1.00 peor Bottle.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Shaking and Ettrang,
It is not necessary to journe~y from the
tropics to Alaska in order to experience thle
extremes of heat and cold, Thouisande
undergo all the inconveniences of this ther
momoetrical chaugo every day, or every other
day, as the case may be, without the trou
ble of moving over the thureshold. A word
with these involuntary shakers. WVhat are
they doing to expedite their return to a
medium temperature ?-to bre.sk the chills
and banish tile fever? Are they dosing
thaemselves with quinlr.e. thereby imperiling
the soundness of their bones and impairing
the vigor of their brains and nervous sys
tern ? Some of them are, no doubt, but not
the majority of them, it is believed. The
value of Ilostetter's Stemach liittems as a
harmless and certain specific for fever an I
ague is understood and appreciated In all
parts of the cuntry where intermittents
prevail. The residents of such localities
begin to take it, early in the spring as a
proteetten against the miasma by which
they are surrounded ; not all of them, per
haps, for a blind adherence to-error is the
speoialty of some peuple, btTt the greater
If there is any axed faet in therapeuties,
it P. tlk h thaf the lftterM are a far better
safeguard saainst, all the varieties of peri.
odie maladies #luoduced by unwholesoms
exhrfation~s than any drug or eompound in
the redteria Medfoea of the profession. This
asseftioW fi ade- with all due rempet, to
tfle faoufty, but being an important, truth,
an) oude that nearly concerns the health of
large sieftlef#enEs in various parts of the
country, nehd indeed of the pbos t large,
1i1 zs ade featlessly. Founded 61 a:#ptle
and enfm9Eebab).e testiamlf, t defies di.
TPo brek tuIpesillf end feve.t., as Vel t
to, prevent them, there is nothing so relia.
ble as this wholesomee vegetable rester..,
ke.' alaa'y $'-%at.
'fott uihould use TUTT'S llVPRO1EO
LIQUI II-MI TE.
Beha#lb6 tho*DarBer-s saf It ie tir beat.
Reoimee' Ictnnhavts a natural color.
Blecause it does not Injure the hair.
Because it leaves the hair soft and glossy;
Becausa it does net stain the skin or bed
Becaue its applocation is .smple and
B5ecause its effect is instantaneous.
Because it to the best in the'r dk
tun daas Kiuvuca, E.ttnuupus...
Biuoe the anrnouncemeqt of the commisson
e.t8e Ihe- ?aiuing .ef posiaba eo o
without an~y further delsf, en the day 6xed,
a great, impetue has been given-tc the sale
of ticketer and every~bo#ty aspttoj,e ush.
ag for48flm, ttil-y regav lebs f- ej n.e;
and we should suppose fro. pwent ap
pearances, that ne-tenths of our people
etr ssyit e%psetipg WAMaw itse
isa prisee ofered 'ne. epterpris. e ure.
lgoie obe it spletndid'auooess aind prom
eii up5rTgIfsandet IU w~blivibiaggagts,
Josxoo:-This tnedicitle Is-rapidly galbt
ing.the ootdee ohe pebple, ant the
huthetoue testinonie of 'its virtues. giv4h
by practitioners of medicine, leaves no
doubt that it is a safe and reliable remedy
for impurity of the blood, liver disease, &c.
The latI 4ler'licul Journal contains an ar.
ticle from Prof. It. $. Newton, M. D., Presi
dent of the E, At-edi-College. eity of New
Ynrk, that speaks in high terms of its cura
live propert,en. and gives a specia' recom.
mendation of Ko no to the practitioners of
mnedioine, This is, we believe, the first in
itanco where such medicines have been
Atlciafly endorsed Gy the Faculty of any of
the medical collcesn. and reflects great
,redir iipan the ekill of Dr. Lawrence, its
,ompounder, and also puts 'Koskoo" in
ho van of all otheir medicines of the pre.
'I'ut,t'S H1atir Dye,
'1UTT'S Q- nparilln, Tutt's E.oence of Ja
1 innlea Olt:ger and Tutt's Liver Pills.
For sant by
K1TCilN. McMASTERt & BRIC,.
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
tti Largest and most complete -gg
t Manulactory of Doors, Sash- -gg
le es, Blinds, Mouldings, &u., -+l
i In the Southern States. J -WA
Printed Prie List Defies Competition, i
ai- SEND FO% ONE. -034
SW Sen free on dpplication -t(
HAY! HAY! HlY!
JUST received One Hundred Bales of
iorthern HAT. Those of our oustomers
rho need will please come at once.
RACOT & CO,
THE NEXT SESSION OF~
MRS. OBEAR'S SCHOOL
WILL hegin theist day of June
next. The Terms per 8a,ssten of
Twenty weeks, are ihe same
as last year.
For English, will vary from $7.50 to $20.
For Music, t'iano or Guitar, 18.
T lHE subscriber begs to inform hils old
custorre.'s anid the putblic generally
hat he hats opened a Tailor Shonp in time
ild Fairfield Ilotel, where he will be pleas
ad to see all who wish work dotne in the
best and latest styles,
may 10-1m 0. 11. PARKER.
P ROPOSAIS will be receired for the re.
conustruetloff of the uplfe bf the Winans.
boro Market Hlotse. The plan tad epecli.
mat ions for LIhe wotk, den be seen by o'alling
>n tire Clerk of Concil.
I. N. WIT hERS, Clerk.
Sohoo for Young Ladtes.
WINNSDnoRO, 8. C.
HE~ naxt, session of twenty
weeks, not Including the
summer holiday. Vill begin ha
BEN.Y. ft. 611UAll',
PrsS .Ftxy 'Ineapa-.
may 8-te3 .
118I~ DAffii lno'w sapplied with ?.@,
ad we are prepared' fo frifMih ont custo
ners with all kidds' of Light Wine aduI
* ~ E W. 01,LEVEit & CO.
P10%o'od BmiA IYAtU, ii 1 . 01.
MEer's Fruit and Coffeellovt dier,.
Tlcketa for Sate by
Ea7. 'U 1- w y
PRNATE 7d*f TRANSIET
100 yarde East of l'mseamger Depet.
Intgs Mountaa Rail Road.
rEAVE Terkeille aS 6 . a. ad arrIve at
.fast the arrva1 e the ingest ,..
B. F. DAVI]
--FANNED BY Till
E]iF]?-aE - ..A.]
B F. D. lane recently returned front th
with another of his flue and well selec
Whioh they are offering low for CASI.
We would invite speoi:nl attenlion to our I
in a call from the Ladies, even those of thi
For Ladies', Mens', MisseCs' And iioys' wt
the sad havoc we are making In lItIY (.001
Call and exatmine our stook and see for yo
to be obtained at
apI 19 ' , 3'. -)l2
IN THE FIELD AGAIN
IIANDSOME1 SUMMIIEIR LENOS
Mtsius at 10 Cents pnr Yat d,
AND OTHER GOODS ACOORDINGLY,
T IlE subscribor is receiving by every
.A 3teater direct from
Goods of the Latest Styles and Lowest
Market Prices, which he wishes to givo his
friends and customers the henefit of. lis
stock of goods on hand, is large and varled,
and have been marked do,wn to H/f Price.
For Men and Boys in endless variety,
and yet to arrive; also lools, Shoes, llai.e,
Cape and ninany other articles too nnmerous
to mem,ion. . WO1.F3, Agent.
N. B-A few aooounts will bo opened
with parties, with whom proper arrange
ments can be made. S. V.
A LOT OF EXTRA C SUGAR,
H. W. DESPORTES.
S ciLOQL BOOK8, Bible,, Pboo5,r.,lf
Albums, Paint Boxes, Waverly Novels,
DJielkn's Works, Thaokery's Works and oth
er Novels, Cook Book., Lettne Wrilers,
Farm Books,' Books on Et iquette, &o., &o.
for sale by
k1ETC1IIl, McMA$TEll & BIRICJ.
Ladies' an'I Ge-las' shoes,' Brogdhn, Sole
Leather, Tulls, Birodms, Cii Cloths, Inidi
Rtubber Balis, Napkin RIngs, Combs, Ii aIr
Pins, Bands, &e. A variety of Lamps for
flalls and Parlors, Lanterns, Pookelt Lan.
ternas, &c., &o. Shades, Sewing Birds,
Sugaor, Coffee, Moirnssos, Tea, &o., of besi
quality, and all atllow pries for sal, by
NPETCHfIN, MeMASTBR & BtiIOR,
Rlf0 6aioole,- lir, *n and Bleach'e(
Herinu, Biteet Jeans, Sugar, Coffee
T#a, (fandf'es, S'oap, Brade. Hoes; Skovehi
*efl Rope, Plow Lines, North Carolin~
SAf.s #6 a' ao
proIq t hth t loutt
re lu ###y ofth
i ~ n4ano ners
)SON & CO.,
tsA,t.MY W!NI)s or
ID SlT~LVEM] J.!
0 WOR1D RI.V011'NVWNE dE1'ROl'O,I1
ted t;tooka of chuico
11 ',SS GO0DS DEPA RTM ENT, only solicit.
' m11.)4s tutpricitous t11stey.
ar, we hnve no rival in market. And in fact,
8, la al"t-ming 00 even h .o of
urselvet+, that bargains RI// ntd RA RL are
DECLINE IN PRICES!.
A N etensivd assorintent of all styles oft
COOUS, witih any triicles entirely,
new, just received and nuw on exhibitfuit.
Every Artiole a Bargain I
As Cheap as any Market I
BRING THE GREENBACKS
AN)) G1' J1AJ1 GAJNA'I
GOODS SHOWN WITII PLEAS$il ,
al 10 l. N. wif y -al l
B R11EES, Dluslin., 1,cnos, Japanest
Mtosniubhquen at. abuuL half What they sold
for last year.
a un stoalok of CaslImorn Riuis l'nen and,
Coltonade Sncky nnd Pants. Russia Kras
and Towels at reduced prices for cash at
!rTC!11N MetlASTEl')R & Illt1Ct:.
eIeland Moss, Flavoring Extracts, Cpn.'
ettntratel Lye, Toilbt Sois, l'eruneru
TIoi!cIt Po wder, .\ur'phaine, l'ain' Nile,
Frechl Blacekinog, &c., &c.
1(ET1'(IllN, Mc31AisTEfta & 1IRWIc.
A Nice 1'lenaad BleVerage,
IRASPBERRVl SYR UP, for rain by
O00DING, SiTfi RuT &(
ALOT of Dried Fruit, for sidle tiy
000GUDINO, I3TURLT & 60
A f!NE nuilipl.$ of1IuAs~ Ah, at^
GOOIN, 3T UAIRT & COW
ALL peronnt. havIng eltdms ngoanst
. ilanShedud, deoceased, arte request7
ed to present the sameo, propeTly atIeted to
lI, J,. EJIY1,TT
boat selected Stock of GOOD8 wd
havehfd sihoe the~ afr.eSaolegod
eheoaper, than.bef<rq t1e?are,
Gooda &lwaya at Colombia' -pricds~
TEN PERK VNT OHEAP~t
c,iA .M0rr&.#' J4RG4ANS(
ni Leor4ngLt,rJmt:&&# e
0: - o W9eved hbielNTYjIl&NA.00sIl
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