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If you want some nice, fresh Suf
folk Oysters, call on Messrs. Ollever
Notice-D Wyatt Aiken.
Adiministrator's Notice-Jas. Bea.
ty, Ad m'r.
Groceries, Wines end Liquores-R.
Fork over 1what U. O.-A. P. M.il
Forty Acr-eM anid a
The only colored ma
we know of in South
C.Aroliua that has re
ceived f4orly Aeres and a ufde, lives
about three miles from Winnsboro.
This land and mule was presented to
hii by his old master, for his good
conduct and honesty. His old master
was a candidate for County Comnmis.
sionor at the last election, on the
Union Reform ticket, when lo ! and
behold I the colored man to whom he
had presented the latid and. mule,
voted the Equare out-and-out Radiqal
ticket against, him.
The following is the result of the
electit n so far as we have been able to
Reformers, 325 ; Radicals, 570 ;
Radical majority, 245.
Reformers, 180 ; Radicals, 320 ;
Radical majority, 40.
Reformers, 121; -Radicals, 99; Re
formers majority, 22. Hurrah for
Doko, say we, long may she live.
Reformers, 135 ; Radicals, 409 ;
Radical najority, 274.
YONG !ESVI LLE.
Reformers, 110 ; Radicals, 290 ;
Radical majority, 180.
Reformers, 36 ; Radicals, 78 ; Radi
eal majority, 42.
R eformers, 108 ; Radicals, 253
Radical majority, 145.
Reforimers ; Radicals 84 ; Radi
cal majority 84.
GLADEN 's OROVE,
Reformers 96; Radicals, 174; Rad.
ical majority, 78.
Reformers, 63 ; Radicals, 98 ; Rad
ical majority, 35.
The ladical majority, as estimated,
Tihe Electi on in Hie State.
There were 1,812 votes polled at the
city ot Camden. It.-is supposed thpit
300 colored persons voted the Reform
T1l'c election in the'city of Charles
ton passedl off quietly. T1he total vote
polled was 11l,231-white 5,182. It
is estimated that the Reformers ma
jerity in the city will amount to 1,.
Rlarnwell is said to'.se about equally
divided, half Radical and half Re
Newberry gives 800 Rudical ma
jority. The election has been con
tested on the ground of illegal vot
ing. Abbevilie was boen' oeirried liy
Chosteriold and Marlboro will go
CJonservativye by large niajorities.
Atarion' gives 600 Consprvative rus
jority ; Union 300 ; Spartanburg v,..
000 ; Anderson 800-(the' Couditg
ticket elected by 500 ;) Lexingt(-u
650 ; Edgoield several hundred f
Norris'tdienship give the Reformersi
the entire vote-184 ; Graniteville
gave the Rleformers 237 ~miaoty;
Hamburg and Moupt Willing 'are
Consenvative. Oeone'enPipkens ad
Greenville go Reform by layge ma
jorities ;' Y'ork' bas go\(e lterofni! by
300 majorit.y -Chester Radical -b
Ulacot & Co.
We would call attention to the new
advertisement of Messrs. Bacot & Co.
They have nmode every exertion to
keep up the standing of ouir moroan-~
tile interests. Mr. Bacot was one of
the delegates to the Cincinnati Con
v'ention of merchants, and we under
itand the reputation of the liotise he
represents, has secured for 'thenm a
standing on a "par" with the largest
wholesale dealers in the South .Tey.
buy exolusively for cash and have an
unlimited credit if desired. We are
also informed that the firm are dispos
ed to accord any spooial favors, grant
ed them ; to other merehsmats wh4
b.uy less than a ear load (l,000 lb..)
upon application at their offides *
A Floral Exhibition will take #1ase
in Charleston in May neidt
Mr. John E. Grist, Esq., an 'old
citizen of York, and formerly conneOt~
ed wit&Mheb pres" died in that Dis
trict on the 10thinst.
The Belbnqttsvlle-oUrD41 eays th
Marlboro4 will, go for eforid 9'bv
Thajradgfleld Advertiser recor e,
de%4t'nAjotW hV.Daniel., Qa'
ur4 g pingj last, thb v-asj
old and honored citizen of that Dis
triot was foqud dead in his beo. Not
Ihavipg bip' unwell previously, it is
supposed hd died of apoplexy. His
age was *77. It also records the
death of Mr. James Armstrong, of
Horn's Creek, in that County, 65
The quebtion of peace assumes some
magnitude, through the telegram of
Minister Motley to the Secretary of
State. He says it is gonerally be
lieved in London, although not offi
For the week ending Octobor 15th,
there were only 12 deaths in the 'city
of Charleston, of which number 7
were white and 14 dolored.
The barn of Zak Cantpy, Esq., of
Kershaw County, was burngd on Mon.
day lat, 17th Instant, befor ay,
destroying aqumantity 6f corn and fod.
der. It is said It was the work of an
Livery and sale stable..
By eference to another column it
will be; observed that Mt. A. F. Good
ing, the polite and gentlemanly pro
prietor of the Livery and Sale Stable,
at this place, will have very soon a
lot of flufe horses and,mules. At soon as
they arrive doti't forget to call on him
and examine his stock.
The Great Claarleston Fair.
The South Carolina Institute whose
annual Fairs before the late war were
so renowned, and carried such crowds
to the city of Charleston, is resuming
its efforts on a larger scale than evet
before ; and If we are to judge by the
splendid Premium List, a copy of which
has been Aent us, the Fair this year is
to be a grand succers, and an important
event in the hitory of the city and
State.. Ensides a full list of the pre
miums to be awarded, the book con
tains a racy sketch of Charleston, il
lustrated with nuanerous engravings,
and accompanied with an able article
on the discovery and manufacture of
South Carolina Phosphates. It is in
deed a e vor y of any inan's li
brary, and no one who can procure a
copy should fail to do so. The Fgir
will tak6 place on the fanious Wash
ing Race Course, and will be accom
panied by races, tournaments, balla,
&c. Besides the exhibition on the
Race Ground, where, by the way, a
handsome building has been erected,
there will be e tle
harbor, boat races, theatiical exhibi.
tions,&c. The fare.ou all be roadb
have beed reduced one-half fare'-for
visitors to the Fair, and our readers
could not plan for the Girst week in
November a plealanter exeursion than
to the Fiair of the South Ca~rolina in
4titute at Charleston, November 1st,
2d, 3d, 4th and 5th.
General Ilaimpton on the'
Death of.%General Lee.
General Hampton delivered the
following beautiful and very appro
priate address lo 'the peo'le of Rich.
land Distraiet, on the memory of ,our.
lamented General,-Robert E. Leeo
FF.I.I.ow-C2Tlrl We are Aalle4
together to-day by an -announcement
whicb will cause profound sorrow
throughout the civilized world, ahd
which comes to us bearing the addi
tional grief of a perso~nai. and private
beretvqdient. The forenmost man of
all the world is noe more ; and as -that
news is carried by the speed~6f 1ight
ning througheyery )ow an 1ilae
love d so well,, and~amongst those peot
pie who loved and honored and vene
rated him so profoundly, every true
hearf ( %;r~e g[
that the countryi has its pri e anT
glory, and that the citizens of that
Country have lost a father. I dare
not venture to speak of him as I feel.'
Nor do we come to culogide hini.
Not only wherever civilizatli' k -
tends, t he sorrow-a part, bit least, of
the sorrow we feel---wiill be -felt, and
more eloquent tongues >tban mine will
tell the fame andt' reount the virtues
of Robert EI. Lee. We need note
come to praise him. We come only
tQo eiprems our sy mpat y, .our .graf,
our bereavement. We dom'e''dot to'
mourn him, for we know that it is 'well
with him. e9eom9 oinly, to: extend
our ey:npath'y to tliose wvho are bereav
Now that~ he Is fallen, I 'm'ay enn
tIgmnwbat t hsve Never epotten of be.
fore, to show you not only what were
'the feelings that actuated him in the
duty to' WhIeh 'his beloved coun
try men called'huitn, when lie saw
the cause for which he had been
fighting so long about to perish. -Just
beforo' the surrender, after at night
devoted !t'oth6 thst arduon d
sa one of his staff eamne in to see hia&
General taidp lhitm: - r ~wpaiy'
could get ri o th is anibea rest.
allhere b p or . i -itistl ps at ,-"i
4 our duty todiverfor what-will be4
ofm a tha wom~naan -ehMlAran o
the South if we are not here t
protet them." Tha samep i jto
dut*.,abh.ttdirP1 ~n8111 0k
all.the perils and all the, hardsbipe of
that une qual. conflict,; whieh oe liad
,waged sob eroIdallyJY-that- sattho Ilgh
*pirit of duty, told him ilast he- ~ mist
live to plhow $ta .hbp Wss gsat-4
'greater, if .thAt, were possiblo,., i4
peace than in war-live to' teaolh -tle'
pebple whom be had-led to vitory,
how'to bear defeht--liveto gbiowwh'at
a gtpat and gopd manm cala'ccoppf16b
live to set ai examIplo to . iiia 4 peopl
nothing else, hiashare of sorrows and
afiitions aid the troubles whie bid
com0e pIt"i his people. fw'is no at
for oil that time-live 'to boar, it":
rest ; au4 surely woof the gouth ca
ay of him, as we bay of his great ex
omipair, the "Father of his ebuntry,"
that he wa first in toar, first'in Pece,
andfirst in the' hearls. of hsw countiry.
A correspondent of an exbhange,
gives the following, plan for nilking
cows and keeping the milk perfectly
"rlavlig recostly commenced sell.
ing milk,,I Jind it r.quire8, much care
to keep'the cows perfectly oleanland
lave adopted some new- meastree
which may be of some interdst'to oth
or niilkers. In the fir.4t' plidd the
floor on which tlie cow stand is raised
so that water will run back into.thel
trench which is aboutl'ii inehes- lower
than the floor. 'Before I begin 'to
milk I take a hoto and"41ea this ftoor.
Then I take a bucket large opoigh to
hold a cow's bag, fill it with cold water,
with which I wash their ' bags thor"
oughly, which not only makes thcnt.
clean, but prev6nts their teat from'
Sawdust is then spread go the Goog
and as I have some cows which are in.
eliued to brugh' my face whqitkin&
I take a cord, pass it. over a- 'uIe
which is' fastened ovothea tbind S
cows ; attach a weighp to' one 6bd
Lhe cord, slip' noose the other en
aroip '_hj Ii"1end -of-tlhe byW'gAg
which prevctaher-frou biruhig dirt
into the rpilk., I then brpsh 'the
cows and begiti to milk where I began
to wash. I milk in'to a 1woodo patil,
turn it into ia tin stra'ner ail, and
then strain it Ato.W Ib rough a
oloth strao1ger Whihi is altcched to the,
iop of the 'can by a wire, and .we heq
no more conwplaint of dirty milk. .
1110 CnoP.-ThA efR*Use in hogs
in Missotiri aided 18671i '204;167
head. The estimnate of hogs to 'b
packed in the West durin the season
is over four niilljop. ji~ea. , The in
crease is thirteen 'per cent., or, 5'77,8i
head, intlree States-Missouri,. owa,
Tho stockson hand on e asAipPjw
pi and the lakes show a total supply
,f le.-- than ten million pounds. The
New York. Bulletin infers that there
will be no large stock to carry over
into the next packiIng season, and til
supply is scarcely cqual tq .the pros
pective dtmuand for-the month.
We learn that the itemcpt .ps
subsided atLairens, and..hat, all is
quiet. ,t. is reported thab -five white,
moen and, three colored men were kill.
ed in the difficulty that occurred; and
that the firing,- whierosulted :ity
the death 'of these meint commenced
betweeg a Oitiagn gn~I yrhember 'oT
the State genst~aulary. Oqgr-, *i'fr
mnant states that the United states
troops scu ornaiW buereceigt
od with naifeigitpg nt
desire .liv awq ord.er., h , ~
fleuly, i~ iA litnett, reshlted fo'
arming of the colored lieople This
led-the whites, in' lf~fdfseg, to a1 nm
th~~sl. wm .i .g . 3
'MontAr~tTy Antona JdpfniAtsT.a.
The liqo~s'yille Couier' al si aye
"Within the last twelve m~ostls death~
bhas played htivco :with'thejournalitie
brotherhood of Loiuisville. Note les
tha - to 'n one way
the woe6 p p-wh o,
aet ehrf ail ad seas tU
lrenthytvisdtedurh plaerpyts thor
laewsb w 6reoul hQwe $~i t i
"keretat-'Iade or-d1 ,atr.ih fo
lFte bra do-is not thetowly roek th~t
the Radical part is '.plittjnga 'Jpon.
ft splits - n th~ Germ'ind, abueIg
.bhem as the "af'd l'op-eared Dmtthjih
~inissouii. . and tenderly> fondiag
them in Illinois, 1t-eareWsthe viru6.
dog/ eid the.':Westadd''trte 't&
wheedle, tp 'iith, e~Wiird '
the Sab."O eo Nw oin
intereststher, but pretends to enites
tain a disposItion for revenue ref~
e in his ape leott ynight
r be h e(~o r adia.
'A French capttin in disguise, who had
e caped from Sedain, was making a fru
I repast in a small cabaret not far from
tie froniier, wheni he observed a bttch.
4 from Montmedy comein and] ehortly
Iterwards a Prussian officer. The two
entered ant adjoining room, but '.hrough
arcrack in the door tho French captain
saw the Prussian officer taking notes in
htis h dg hluf6'1AAMir some
gold pieces. The captain wrote a few
lineson a ailip of - npefrr paid, his -bill.
and waited at the door or the cabaret
1mIthbhe th leriuashi ofUn'r and II"i
butcher se'p- rai,-dl ikV4. y1oved away in
different directio un. ie hnrried aft.,-r
SiP' luitpr' ntTi' oerft ok ih'i. ' 4
0iePd ''9. adlial tiip o
cInc frout Monuly ?' 'Yes,' '8111
ifte butcher. '1 livo t'lere -and lave
corno 'to look 'forr'at ole ; but, - there are
lohie to be hamd ;*lt'troops have eater
ev~rythin: 'So tlat,' oii the cnptain
'ygn1 wotuld n..o6 be sorry t~o e' A linigh
niloney in whatL is uoL. your reLelar bui.si
neSs. .-I underAtand that' '1i -re iS m
fio!C which I wi!i.Zld ha've sent. - to the
ebmC I AlMMitPI R If van '
w gil1 da Pih9rgil pi it, I ,'utgjyn o,u.
france, atd -promise Von as ineclh for tht
teply,11wThe.bnrchere well pleased, un'
l-f WAl the ' coblhti.iWibn,^ Mid h1anded
. 4.1l'te g'h1 ,1d l, t, a s 's I
a eOled "Woln, med.. com
r and4n, retma'thepoteo, alled for a oor.
poral and four men, who conducted the
butther .behind one-of the, rainpart, wells
whence the soutind of firing' was speedily
heard. The F.rvnch captain, before
proceeding to-Parfh by whky ' 9f Liffe,
d4atche~d the.prece4"lingd oif the Prns .
ian oficer, who cane. regularly twice
day to thojplAce; taid wt*6ed an hour
jeach time, returning afterwards to Se.
As the r.O.ovo named disease is pre
vihtg in the neighborhood, aM one
each lns occurred, and as I have n'
remedy t hit is i certain cure, I hope vou
avill puhlsh it.as at pulig lenefit.
Rf cw.-Take about one I)ound of
yhutenak bark, take off the Lreo near
te root on the north si!e (that being
the thickest ni atronget) put into
one gallon of water, boil it down to
op1e quart, in an iron vessel, take out
the bark aned add the ooze ont) qear
of new milk, a peece of loif sugnr uboit.
the size o(zt dtilk iphp cOol S
lit for use.
Dosi.-Abodtlikif a teacupful, and
every, 1wo hoera after.t.wo tuble spoons
fiall, uhtdi Aw:onWdease-if the pains
return commeeitac6 again las firsi direct,
RnAuRX9- m - giandmothe - and
inothor . sd this rewdt4 I'Qgh at
'couirqe70.y.eurs.ant4 .4iever lost a ;PA
tient when taken in time.
MY granahihtderw' wes of lD'iateh de
slen , Wetid' had soitte tiebahi'ar noliotes
ahoud'eg 1heha~l i ped:s .ant
'dpping 'the water up stream. I never
deemed that necessnry, but it will do
no harmit But as to 'the remedy, 70
years practice oi perhaps 800 cases
ought to be suffcient.
SAlUI.L IAYC AY'D.
AUGUST 20th, 1870.
Cut this out of the paper and pre.
sei-rve it.-Fron the E0abethtown
The editor of the Hlillsboro' (N. C.)
Recorder, who recently visited Rich
mond, writes as follows of
J"'m 'ugrIm dia~zntlt d,,it'- I
. . Severjagtggj tr~igte to the Jovg
l ttlememnetery 'for .the brave ones ' o1
h eir r'a'e Wheo died ungier the star%'and,;
* t ch gree n moundl; e c h blushin .
vi et n ii..n a
-b'lreathin g of the g~ at, dead. God
h-sthe dead that bVe$ i lerne I They
were' Jewgd vrYes; --stid they were,
figt 9g--gefedsrtes I and tief fell.
w ith thI'fei'i1j 69y nf The-reedrif
argunld .i5,.ani. lngento.9s,-slenge. T~hj.
whole design .isaalervpresentstioAir~f
s4acks of miuskets withI sharp pointed
iron pos.' a ~ai like a sentmtel with thse
nnie blue 4AN ifJpA1'adeYil it, and
spra-,' ho 1e o sl at atl in e 16
old Sam H-otuston would say, have call.
ed-m*,deangdf MkeiH Sthhbe*n(Uia
n en to ineet at Knoxville, in ieast Ten
nesseni. this fall. 'PIihP pirpose of the
9:gw-)AIlst,,]tuy its reaI. import lpsa
otilt the leorne 'of': its ramblng 'and
palkrtothb phraseiogy~ j itl9l '*8I'd,
"todei ,noi .cne Fr me@i' yit
ret'e erAG iG die comp~ensataion. sor toe
Sot hergitifrose~ss a~isydl durmII
'Wheon jack an' Iai natives get tarn
7tnopjey, h'pe shbiy, .ai4)ot, nu.se~
bY-talegriia at our ma pense i,
ki ugars, aybaA~4~ ban
as, .Iedkil~ppar Wpl, tNlstmegs, Ex.
$ o o~ anMg Cigars,
fas c P es, an, leb s, Sauce, eanned
Iaerry ran , us, e, Por.Ma
, Shrrad Port Wine 16 e es
4x~i~ill"01 a whosias km.64
S roo to al gont
so g a for e aestte
A Vdr. I t t 0 092 an
Oct 26-tIX2 Adar.
HIE second annufal P %M of the Sout
C4ar41ibBiste' ArIcleitral and M
banIoni Socity, will, bIeld it Columbis
)n lie 9th, 10th and I1th of November
y re s ~ rl oc~ py .ttopssj
the State frie of 'copt. lit the .-e)jpy p rim&
10xhibitore uo'libalt not ify h t ail irun aget
6 ther re pe ive depotsi ofshio' artidlt
hey desire tao l., I .
Visitors, atlariag fAir week, can .purohasi
ext;u-ision lie.et. to anid fccm9CQutwb!* fe
Peison, isenli: g to become .exhibitors
itro desired to sorwar-l.their entries to th<
ietary, it 'oliuiniai. on anse) after the 411
oyvehnber.fnet-., All articles ar an:jvals foi
*1hiihition sussiss ie. entered at ase Secre
rv'is toe bi-fure being recelved into tip
mn tiopure. --.
Entris of ,animals will ) received isuti
) o'clock, Wedueedsy morsinug. Wts Novera
>elro All otherarlicles mui ibe on thi
;round, asied entered a the o8eretary'i
ilice, before 6 o'clock, Tuesday afternuon
th bvembei. - -- I
I'The8eoretary's office will be opened is
;olumbi on und after she 4th Novensber
sext. D. WYATA'-AIKEN,
;oct 20-txl Beetetary.
OY S T.E R S-.
W. Qllevst & Co's.
0- Whoro Meel can 'b had at all
TO THL PULWSi
E haso" n A and ter salo a' cons
),ete stook of Family and Plantation Gro.
I4riti!ailso feaily (bd lotel Crookery, el
grery description, ' Men's, Women's gto
)hildren's Shoes, Men's and oys Boots,
> Iv~* teksity, FAnily 1 41(4 Plantatioq
[4ardware, every kind of Salt Fish, Wood.
iibware, E.rhenawPre. &c, .,.. ,..,
Persons'desi lng tn'y of't -bbve artl
iies are invited to examine our sook %Wnr
?$rchaasing elsewhsee. - -i
oct 22 ttC1IN' N TkOBER TSON.
W7E have received anaddIt~Ionalhev
VTstock of choIce FamIly Orooeries
lhoh q ftojpiberal Terms.
8lthde. R. BIdef,
t49 dq pi.k Meat; 'i,
~ioypesua r Vurfc %sms.
f'Wai44ttoes. Goillefs 4),rsifp ill''
Oysters, Turtie,. Saiwon, in cans,
p. enP a jS lted Grief, M1e ., A.
ii60 KIt. Mackerel No 1, 2 and 8,
Blilel aMI fnds 'Ktita'' 'do,
aBIbls.8Shadd dalheos Hafllt,
torned Berat, Pickled Tongusee. a'a
a -a a -, oc -> S - BA O , 0
L ;ell, by content, of .all parties in
*tpreeted. Ah# irect, of iland Is FaIrt~.l
otr yib#9giP totheestteof 1:ohn A
7 l9 sqrecL~rsat.ais ailout One Thou
iaQsk9rmingOnl Little itsvr. five mihe
rromiAlston depot, on she (1.A C. h~auIload~
The character of the soil varies, bit. Is gen
esjallyy1 eli,;dqpted to cot ton.' here- sir<
7or 89e~re4 if. lt9tlopms on tlpe plaes, ni
if ,s~Ikigh ieen tlstrcopdyAtion,-.lit l
nw par'1all abandoned fair wast of.dtoh
Tese4!iqpI coje well supplie4 with waser
( psw,wl, ,pqrperous springs, braseebe
se A preek. rusiang through the farm
)srAver .forming..the b.shadary fo
, vP(sgee .Tinse, a pfifre.ar dsp
none desirIng to se~ Ie ~e eas 4
*ohy.elIea Me. . . Gt~n t
laec. ,. y tb
Termgs je ssi1 eonw reah '
balan.qou ~er$Lto of .ose. Rsktwq yeas
wIthy a mnoraPr 9i
as ferbisa ey
or AYUnT niti't4t
AT TMR STOEN oP
- Thompson, Woodward & Law.
IT IS OUR INTENTION TO KEEP CON
stautly on hand such a stock of
Dryt Goods and Notionls
Boots and Shoes,
Safkory and dlasaware,
As will euahle us at all times to -u.pply thei
1W Imta of the peopl at the lowest mi"arkel
prioes. OX 0UR VfA'jMS Wrft01n A RA'
clf 0 if. -sept,27
AT COST FO2 CASH.
X have determined to sell otir ent ire
.stook out at
Cost for Cash.
We have the largest stock of
Ready Made Clothing,
ever offered in this nitrket. Now is the
time to Buy Bargains.,, Come soon andt
often, and see bargains RIC/h and 11A RE
1. F. DAVIDSON & CO'S.
aivery and Sale
A. F. GOOD ING,
[ WILL recei, o on or, aboit the 261 In.
slant, a lot of U:xtra . Vipo Kenticlcy
ilorses and Muiles, They wll be disp*e(
of at reasonable prices. The cidzioni of
Psirfleld are respectftully invited to enil and
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, and, Saddle
I orses always on hand, .lo hir.,on thme moll
ibbrAl termns. 'ein
WE have receivod froi New..ork laItly.
a large st0 or ofroceres. &C. , n.
1isting ot---Sugars, C9ffces, Mackerel, .i
lasses, Candles, Hoda, Che-e4; Soap, Tep.
5 andy, Pickles, Churns, Buokels, 4 tke.4,
oda Biscuit, Nutmeg; Cloves, Alspice, Cin.
namou, Ginger,t Blnokpepper, amnd lot of
channe4 gookil, i1pyiware, l'inware, l'owdler
Shot and L9pd, epe~ ry and Glasqware.
Leather, F nor ,atl grado, c1liewing o
smoking Tobaicco an d Segart,. '
Men's, boys, and children's iotits imnd
Shoes.. .Also a well selected ktock ofiteIdygr
NI ado Clothing, Dry Goods, anid manny oilier
articles, too mnmerous to umeotionj , Call
and see for yourselves. Wo arceofferigg
our gos low for catl
' ct 18' ' MoINTVR E &'oO.
To Those inJl(ehted.
TilOE indeiedto thtetirm of. Mc~nty'o!
. &w Co,.are earnestly reqigsnt q. o en"se
frrdadsettle up, we ne4whiat, is dye,
an'd aro neessat-il' opnipelled to hmave i.
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r ~ETCI IN, MoSIAST ER. &. BRLICE call
I he attention of lhe- publio to *.oi new
*took ot dtodds of *1ch th6 a'dvorform a
pVrt. oat N"
REEDER & DAVIS,
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4 gs Aarf, .arle~on; 8, Or, g
M eo, A.. a Mih st4okkoft- Rectieed.-Whise
e&, of (a AradeagqlwSa#an shndan mt
DECLINE IN PRICES I
A N exteivio ti~qqorun1ent of nil tyles 0
iw, jtust received u w nuduow oti exhiilion.
Every Article a BArgaihn [
As Cheap as aniy Market I
BRING THE GREEN'BACKS
ANhD GT' AiW116AIN8I
100DO'BROWN WITH PLEASUR.
np~ lii1. N. WI'i'JIEILS.
LN1~N) IDIS) STOCK
FAL L AND' WINTER>.
WdT'h1lktos ihi(1 knof 'td ares
Rtooks of. M~y G 00am, I1:ts, Shoes fuld
'l0thinig, ill tile rinoc,, ,qdj doolt
uionn to 1)brcuold by 1my ~ti6. '
3OOKE}LjLERS AND BTATIUNERS,
Inve 010 1' .II
iAR(ii-,J' A-Nti IiESJ1 SS9itI'Ul STOPC
"uAtI J, And DFNTAL,
%'fi nnieliso udipply. of' (letoral, b3ank anld
* (;utmfBing floewo
II'iink .liokm imnidn io order in an); stylo .
S W1iling Aht id 1ing '.
The 8uiitw efieful Al I outien given to