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MUNDAY, :isCEisnln 5, 1870.
SENA T E
The Senate met at 12 im .
The I [ouse sent to the Senate a our
rent resolution to appoint a joint
cominttee to investigate the claims
of public shool teachers. Referred
to the Committee on Education.
The following resolution was adopt
ed : That the Clerk of the Senate
be authorized to draw a pay certifioato
for $3,000, on account of current
Trihe following, introduced by Mcin
tyro, was ordered for consideration
to-morrow : That the Committee on
Privileges and ilections be and they
are heruby instructed to investigate
and report at ani early day as to the
right of 1). T. Corbin holding a seat
in the Senate of the State of South
Arnim introduced the following
resolution : That a committee of one
from tile Senate, to be appointed by
the President, and two from the
House of Representatives, shall, im
mediately after the adoption of this
resolution proceed to examine the
books and accounts of the State Treas
urer, and make their report without
unnecessary delay. Ordered for con
Montgomery introduced a resolu
tion, that all standing committees of
the Senate shall consist of three, five,
seven or more members, so as always
to secure an odd number, in confor
mity with the rule and custom of all
legislative bodibs ; which was ordered
for consideration to-morrow.
Swails gave notice of a bill to
amend an "Act concerning the office
and duties of Clerk and other offi
Greeno gave notice of a bill to
amend an Act to regulate the fees of
Probate Judge and other officers.
Arnim gave notice of a bill for the
creation of an Agricultural Society.
Nash gave notice of a bill to amend
"An Act to amend an Act entitled
'An Act to provide for the appoint
ment of a Land Commissioner, and
to define his powers and duties,' and
for other purposes therein mentioned,"
approved March 1, 1870.
Greene introduced a bill to make
appropriations for the payment of the
per diom and mileage of the members
of the General Assembly, and the
salaries of the subordinate officors, and
other expenses incidental thereto ;
which received its first reading, and
was ordered for a second reading, and
consideration to-morrow, and to be
A resolution to request for infor
mation as to the State ponotentiary,
A resolution to appoint a joint
committee to wait on the Governor
for conference with him on measuros
of logihlatiou, was laid on the table.
A resolution requesting heads of
departments to transmit copies of
their reports was adopted.
A bill to authorize County Com
nissioners to pay townahip depart
monts was referred to the Committee
Senate adjourned at I p. m.
HOUSE OF RFPRESENTATIVES.
The House mot at 12 n.
During the reading of the journal,
B~yas seeing in thme jourual that a ref
erence of certaIn papers had been
made to Conmmittee on Contingent
Accounts, mnade the point of order,
that the appointment of such a comn
mnittee was informal. The Speaker
sustained the point of order, and
stated that he~would therefore recog
njize the Committee on Claims.
Leuvy introduced a bill to repeal so
much of the Act of 1839 as prohibits
Clerks of courts from practicing in
the Courts of the State. Read the
first time and referred to the Commit
tee on the Judiciary.
Smith gave notice of a bill to pro
vide for the care of the peer.
Maddocks gave notice a biil for the
enforement of the fence laws.
Smart introduced the following
joint resolutions, which was adopted:
Trhat the Attorney-General be an
thiorized to call to his assistanee two
Solicitors in the preparation of doeu
menta for the p resent session of the
General Assembly. Also, gave notice
of a bill to rebuild the bridge over
the Congaree River, opposite the city
of Columbia. Also, introduced a
joint resolution to provide for the
adjustment of the Fire Loan debt.
Read the first time and referred to
the Committee on ways and means.
Henderson gave notice of a bill to
amend "An Act providing for the
next general election and the conduct
of the same."
Simmons gave notice of a bill to
amend "An Act to amend the charter
and extend the limits of the city of
Columbia," approved February 20,
Mobly gave notice of a bill to muster
the militia into active service, in
p lae of thme constabulary. Also, a
bill to repeal "An Act to establish a
S ate pohie," approved August 22,
1868. Also, introd aced a bilIl to pre
vent, the breaking of the peace and
rest of the Sab bath, lby the tiring
of guns. Road the flret time and re.i
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.'
On motion of Fair, it was resolved
that the mileage anid per diem to
which the lion. 1do l'e rrin would
have been entitled, had he taken his
sost, be paid to lisa widow.
Gaitber gave notice of a bill to pre
vent arnd punidh vagrancy.
flurley preronted the petition of
the Bloard of Trade of Charleston
against the passage of an Act to re
peal an "Aot to repeal the usury laws
of this State," approved December
1$S, 1866, iheferred to the Commit.
tqe en Wa and Me ans. Also, gave
notico of a bill to phaarter the United1
States Mifacturing Company of
Celumbia -k alu bill to charter the
imerioan Cotton and Wool Company
if South Carolina ; also, a bill to char
he South Carolina Land 'and Im
>rovement Company ; also, a bill to
uthorize the city of Charleston to
o issue policies of insurance.
The House adjourned at 2 P. M.
TUEDAY, nECEMIER 8, 1870.
The Senate met at 12 m.
Small introduced a bill to provide
7or the kooping in repair of public
Ilayno introduced a bill to provide
'or the payment of a sdary of
j2,000 to the Lieutenaut-Governor.
Groen introduced a bill to amend
"An Act to regulato the fees of Pro
bato Judges, etc.," so that Trial
Justices shall receive only $3 for
oriminal trials, including of all feet.
Whittemore introduced a bill to pro
vide for the protection of persons and
property and public peace, and to tax
property for the same. Also, gave
notico of a bill to amend "An Act to
iofne jurisdiction and regulate prao.
Lioe of Probate Courts." Also, a bill
to repeal the lion law.
A bill to make appropriations for
the payment of the mileage and per
liem of the members of the General
Assembly, the salaries of the subordi
nate officers and other expenses in
idental thereto, was read the second
timo and ordered for a third.
The Senate adjourned at 2.30 p. m.
HOUSE OF IIEPRESENTATIVES.
The House mot at 12 m.
Tolbert gave notice of a bill to
make it folony to make falso titles,
&c., to real or personal property.
Davis introduced a bill to amend
"An Act to establish a system of free
common schools." Received first
reading and referred to the Commit
too on Education.
Tarleton gave notice of a bill to
provide for the protection of the
Lee introdused a bill to empower
the County Commissionors to levy a
tax for building school houses. Re
ceived first reading and referred to
the Committee on Ways and Moans.
Smart gave notice of a bill to ro
construct the Judical Circuits of the
Chair submitted accompanying
documents to the Governor's mes
Whipper moved that 500 copies be
printed. Adopted. Also, a concur
rent resolution from the Senate, that
the chief of each department be re
quested to submit to the General As
smbly a copy of his report, without
further delay. Amended by substitu
ting require for request, and by Mon
day, 13th, for without further delay.
The resolution was adopted as amend
Moore presented the petition of the
Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church,
praying an act of incorporation. Re
ferred to the Committee on Incorpo
On motion of Goodson, the House
then adjourned at 15 p. m.
If the wandering death-bod utter
anoes of the two great Confederate
chieftains, "Stonewall" Jackson and
Robert E. Lee, may be considered as
final upon the matter, then the late
Confedecrate General A. P. Hill, who
lost his life at the closing of the war
must be accepted by history as the
most trusted coadjutor of these emi
nent commanders. In his dying me
monte, Jackson exclaimed "Send A.
P. Hill to the front I" Upon his
dleath bed at Lexington, General Lee
as the telegraph states, his mind re
verting to the bloody events of the
war, "oncee ordered his tent to be
struck, and at another time desired
Hill to lhe sent for." Thus does it
appear that, in the supreme moment
of the closing hours of those men
upon whose shoulders rested the heavi
est burdens of the war upon the side
of the Confederacy, came thme utter
ances, born of delirium, but more
solemn for that reason, that stamps
General A. P. Hill as a man whose
presence was to be desired and whose
fidelity was assured. No higher com
pliment could be paid to his me mory
than these parting words of Lee and
Wno WAS PgTKa ?-A Sabbath
school superintendent, after inveigh
ing against the "pernicious practice"
which well intentioned persons in
dulge inof telling stories to children
went on to give his ohildren seome
thing more to the point, and which
should in no manner create amuse
ment. Ho would toll them about
Peter. "And who was Peter ?" he
asked. No reply. "W hat I" lie ex
claimed, "can none of you tell me
who Peter was ?" At last a little
boy, about four years old, held up his
hand in token of knowoldge on the
subject. "There's a boy--a little boy
--who can tell me who Peter was,"
said the superintendant, looking re
provingly at the large children.
ow, my lad, tell mc who Peter was.
"Peter, Peteor, pumpkin cater,
Had a wife amid eould'nt, keep her."
wvas the triumphant response.
A newly arrived family were lately
paing at a shop windlow in Rook land,
Lit tle Oirl-"Oh, mamma h Is that
i 'en ?"
Mamima--"No, my child, that is a|
Father-"No, my wi~fe and daugh
~er, that Is neither a 'en or a howl bat
it s a hengle, the hemblemi of this
blarsted country ?"
Samuel Grubb, of Memphis, an
souncos himself as a oandidato for t ax
receiver, "having no other means of
;uppor t," as his card nays. WVhere
apen the Memphis Avalanche Is cruel
inough to -say: "It Is evidently a
pustien cfgrubb with hi."'
Naw YoPt, August 16th, 1808.
Allow me to call your attention to my
Preparation of Compound Extract
rhe corponent pt, are oUCl U, ioNo
I.EA F, CUlBEBS, J U.\ I'E i tiEl i
MOOR O Ptr Pni A It ,riers.- ih u, inl Va
cui4. .uimper ierries, boy istillation, to
forin a fine gin. CutbebsA extraiced by di.4
placement with spirits ol-Inined rron Jtni
per iterrie.s; very little sainir is used. and
a snall proportion of spirit. It is imore
palatable than any now in auso.
Bucha, as prepared by Driuggists, is of a
dark color. It is n plant flinth creoils it,
fragrance; the action of a flame dentaroys
this (its active principle), leaving a dark
and glutinous decoction. Mine Is the color
of ingredients. The lainchu in my prepara.
tion predominates; tho smallest quantity of
the other ingredients are ladded, to prevent
fermentation , upon inspection, it will be
found not to be a Tinottire, as mndo in
Pharnacopma, nor is It a Syrup-and
therofore cnn b used in cases where fever
or intlammation exist. In this, you have
tie knowledge of the ingredients and tlho
modo of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it wiith a tri
al, and lint uponl inspection it will meet
with your approbatiom,
With a feeling of conflalenco.
I amm, very respectfully,
It. T'. HI EUNlllOL,
Chemllist. nd Druggist,
of 16 Years' Experienco.
[rom the Largest Manufaoturing Chem
ists in the World.]
Novaitmarn, 4, 1854.
"I am acquainted with Mir. Ii. T. Urmt
noL): lhe occupied lite Drug Store opposite
iy residence, and was successful in con
ducting the bitsinests where others had not
heon equally ic. before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his chnretr niad
W)ILLIA \I WEl'iITMAN,
Firm of Powers & o% eight than,
Ninth and Bruwn streets, Philadelphia.
H~elmsbold's Fluid Extract fluchu
Is the great specific for Universal Lamssitudle,
Thme constitution, once affected willh Or.
ganic Weakness, requires the idol of' Niedi
cine to strengthen andl invigaarate tho sys
temt, whmich ilELA, BOLD'8 EXTR.\CT liU
CliU invariably does. If no trentmnt is
submitted to, Consumption or insanity eon
Hlolmibold's Fluid Extract of Buu
Tn affeelions peculiar' to Females' i.t tin
equalled lay aniy othier preparation, as int
Chilorosis, or Rtetentionm, Pninfullness, or
olippression of Customary Eavacuations.
Ulcerated or Schmirrus State of the UIjerus,
and all cotnpilint incidlent to the sex, or
the decline or chnange of life.
Ui~embold's Fluid Etfact Bucha and
Improved Rose Wash
Will radically exterminate from thme system
diseases arising from habits of dissipatlon,
at little expense, little or no change in diet,
no InconvenIence or exposure : completely
superoedling those unpleasant and danger
o ta remedies, Coptniva and Mlercury, in all
these disease .
Use Hlelmbold's Fluid Extract Bu
In all diseases of these organs, whetber
existing in alne or femnlo, fromn whntever
cause originating, anal no umniatr af how
lotng standing. It. is plennant in taste anal
odor, "immediie" in act ion, anda more
strengthening ihnni any of theo prepa'ations
of Bark or Iron.
Those stuffering feom broken doewn or
delicate constituationts, ptrocurae the remedly
The reader must he aware that, however
alight may be hae nititek of the aibove dia.
eases, it is eertiin to aileel the bedity imeanhh
and mental powers.
All the above dliaeaes reqmire time aid of
a Ditretio. 11i litlIOhD'~s EXTil.tT CU.
Cil U is the great ')lnretie.
Sold by Drutggi.-ts every where. Pt ten -
$1 25 per bottle, or ii hoat tIes for $im 50.
Delivered to any adiress. Oesoribe symp.
(oms In all commutnienttions.
H. T. IIELMIBOLD,
Drug and Chetnienl Warehouse
694 lirond waty, New York,
None are Oenuine
Unless done up in steel.engrared wrapper,
wita fao similo of my Chemical Warehouse,
H. T. HELIBOLDo
For rstoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onco agreeable,
healthy, and offectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restorcd
to its original color,
with the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
oned, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair whore the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Freo
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a gratoful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRAOTICAL AND ANALYTIOAL CumnMIsa,
Latest Quotations of
ClIARLESTON, S. C(,
Oorrected Weekly by
Banker and Broker, No. 25 Broad St.
November 4, 1870.
STATrS Sicuint-rigs-Souait Carolina, old
80; do, civ,-608 do, registered
stock, ex it ,8
RAI.OAD Sro(W'S-Charlotte, Columbia
and Auigusta,-@tI40; Or envillo and Co
lumbia, 21 ; Northeastern, 9@ ; Sa
vannah and Charleston, 31; Sout h Carolina,
(whole shares) 41; do, (half do) 21.
SOUTH CA oliNA SIANK 1ILS.
*Bank of Charlesto ,
*IIank of Nowberry,
Bank of Camden, 85@
Bank of Georgetown, -6@
Bank of South Carolina, 10@
Hank of Chester, 11@(
hank of Hlamblurg, 6@
Bank of State of 8. C. prior to 1861, 48@
Bank of Stnte of 3. C. issue 1861
and 1862, 850
*lnuters' nnd Meclttlcs' Bank
*People's Bank of Charleston, - 0
*Union Bank of Charleston, -
Southwestern It R iank, Charles.
Southwestern I It Bank, Charles
tn, (new) -4
State Bank of Charleston,7 -
Farmners' and Exchange Blank of
Charleston, 26 -
Exchange Bank of Colutnbia, -
Commnercial Bank of Columbia, 7(a
Alerantt's Bank of Cheraw, 6 -
Planters.' Bank of Fairfiehl, 6(d...
State of 8. C. Bills Receivable, 90 ~d
City of Charleston Change Bills, 95(d)
*taIs marked thus (*) are being reem
ed at tihe Bank Counters of each.
JUIST ceived direct from the best facto.
i ries of New York and lioston. Conzsist
ing of fine Riosewood ar.d Chesnut suits
co-:1plete Mahaogany and Walnut Butreaus
Sofras, Divans, Parlor Chauirs. Stands, &e.
lied 8teads andi Chairs of fifteen (ditferen1
gradles each, WYardrobes. Saloon Tables and
overything usually kept itn the Furniturc
Lite, which we prop.-ee to sell as cheap at
can be bought anywhere in the Stale. Call
andl see. JOlhN McINTYRE & Cd.
REEDER & DAVIS,
General Commission Merelhants,
Adyer's Wrhaf, Chaurleston, S. C.
oswktIf REESDVR, ZtMMERMANM~ DA~s.
eel 15- Gm..
WMY. SH EPH ERD & CO.,
No. it'Ryoy S., Charleston, K, C.,
COOKING STOVES, RANGE8 and'IlEATING
Pietnres of Stoves, with prices and dis
cripeion, ,ill be sent upon application
SUBSCR38I1IE TO TH E
Full of Cholce Reading, Comicali
ties, Pules1C, Enigma8, &c.
Only, 50 cents per Antnm, in advance --
Publilhed at Charleston, 8. C., by
F. EUGENE DURBEC.
A ddress as above, with name -and resI
denco plainly written, ot' to
Misers. DOINEST & MA R't IN,
'une 0 Agents Monthly Visitor
81LVER SOAP, 8apollo, Arrow Roof,
Worm Confeotions, Soltuet Aperlent,
Condensed Milk, Oel~line, Soothing Syrup,
&luo Mlass, Toilet P'owder, Starch Soap,
go., &o., at
KETCH1IN, MoMASTER & DRICE,
ixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded.
Win Knabe & Co.
GRAtND, iJUARE AND UPlilGillT
P I A N OF OR T E S,
These instrumts hnve been before the
public for nearly Thirty Years, ind upon
ihoir excellece alone altained tn unpur
chased pre-emuinence, wieiit pronounces
themu unequallel. Their
Com111bines resln power, sweelness 11114 fine
singing qwmiiy, as well nas great puriy of
1i11ntnli< n Ind Sweet ness throighout Iihe
entiro scalo. Their
is p'liant and l1s1ic, anal cttirely NreO fromt
1h0 wtitfieness fund inl mo lmntily Pianos
they are unequalled, using but tho very
tbest SAsONh) 3tATRIAr., tle large oapital
employed in our husiness enabling us to
keep continually anl immenso stook of lun
ber, &c., on hand.
a&- All our SQUAtnr. PIANOs have our
New Improved Overstrung Scale and the
AnnA.rx ' TIUBL..
26y" We woutl call special attention to
our late ioprovements in (lit N D PIANOS
and SQU A R Gt.\NDS, PIAT.Ni) AUGUST
14, 18f;(, which bring the Piano uearer per
fection thart has yet been atiined.
E'very P'iano Fully Warrnnledfor 5 Years.
We have made anrrangetent for tle Soi..
WHoS.EsA .x A arse 1- for ihe n:ust celehrat ed
PARILOR ORtGANS AND MLAlhDE)NS.
Which we offer, Wholesale and i Retail, at
Lowest Faclory PriePs.
W.M. KlN A Il & CO.,
sept 13 -im Balt imoro, AI d.
P. P. TOALF
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
teiYf r Largest and most coimplete"
81ay- IManintactory of Doora, Swt.h
5g- 1es, Blitds, Mouldi ngs, &c.,
8ijg-- in the Southern States. J sg
Printed Price List Defies Colnipetitioil.
Afd- SE-'ND FO't ONE. -X,41
. "- Sent free on ujalication -g
Charlotte, Cohumbia and August
CoL.uM atA, Dee. 27, 1809
T IllE following Passenger ScieduIle will
go into effect on this Itoid on and after
Thursday, September 1st.
Leave Augusta, at 0.00 a m
Columbia, S. C., at 11.90 a in
' Winnstoro, 1 56 p tii
Arrive at Cli.rlo:Ie, N. C. 6.80 p n
%aking close connections with Trains oi
North Carolina Road for all points Nortl.
Leave Charlotte, N. C. at 8.20 a n
" Wiunnsboro, 12.56i p' rt
" Columbia 3.15 p ir
Arrive at Augusta 7 50 p i
Mlaking close connectins with TIrains c1
Central andi Georgia Raiilroadls for Savnn
mnah. and alt points in Flor-da, Mlacotn, Co.
lumbus, Mlont gomery, Mlobilo. New Orleans,
Selmua, Chattanooga, Mlemphis, Nashrviilte,
Louisville, t 'ineinuit i, St. Louis, and all
points South and West.
Palace SNeeping Cars on all N'ighrt Trains,
Through Tickets sold, and IBaggage checker
to all principal points.
2j 'Pasengers by this route going
Nort h, have choice of three .lifferent route a.
C. IIOUKNIGHIT, Surpeirintendenut.
E. R. DonuiEY, Genec al Freight nntd Tlick.
et Agent. sept 3
...8NDFOR A CIROUAR.
The Last Sensation I
JUSTl received a fresh -supply of Fart"
e Dunrharm Smioking T1ohtreco, Caninet
Oysters, Shrimps, Pickles, Starch, (Cotlee.
Sirgar, Lard, Cases, 'Table Salt, Flur. Son p,
Liverpouil Salt, Cheese, Candles, Slhoes,
Crookery, Tinware, \lolasses, Stationary,
liard ware, Dry Goods, &e , which we nifer
low for en'h. J. MclNTYR E & CO.
TURNIP SE ED.
Large White Norfolk,
s Large White GIlobo.
Presh andl genuine, wholesale andh retauil,
KETCIN, McMASTER & BIRICE
OEOROE A. BOWMAN, Agent,
N7 King St,, Charleston, 8, C.
Ki fEP8oonstantly on hand a large and wel
Iselected stock of Carpeting, Odl Cloth,
Mating, Rues, Door Mats, &o., &e. Such
as are usually foundi in a first olass Carpet
Store. nov 19
Bt. F. Davidson & Co, have got something
new n th wa at 1aanaii..
r. t lullis,
KETICiN, McN.\STiiT & li*ilC: till
hetk aliention or lho publlio o th1eir niew
Stot, of Ol tf' which fhe abaoveforn h a
part. oet 14
Fertilizers! Fertilizers I
I tAVNIN Is - nr 41 tne 41 a11. ( .\Autal alo r Fair
L lith Cou'' y lor' i hit , tllow i- F ri IC
Soblibl 'ail e C a nn ,
ligh's Iliw lionepe-h>pa,
l114ho s' Silper Phll 11simte,
Comaipotnad Acid ho' Iapia at of Limtle, foi
cotlilla ilg With col loll sced;
And Zell's .\mmnilat one Super
I amit nlow preparid t supply fny frin h
With ahay oftlhe ;0b -ve as hart as the Sam<
caln ie pura'aciasei in at1t ny othe Iar
ket, with FreigIt and firayage ndld. Cal
tit mlly slolle and get c'iluars descriitive o
their repeIctive mnerits.
JNU. I. CAii('. \R.T.
feb 1. IWi)
1B. F. >.1vidoIn & t are l leased to s'Ia v
you goodt*ii i ll ven don't i-t1y.
1orm h 1a cit i,.ans i
1% innshor'o and Fairlie!' P.I Itrit, flhfat
have t aM l"iItl ao iml t of, Wati 's..I-welry
4CAol s, peaclA es, &' .. aIlw:lty fill lvil'i
an.11 wvill sell all the lowvesi prl-i-cs, 11n14 wYOuhI
reslie fully ak hi, coan tinmco of ih
patronnlge of lily Obl fr-iem11S u. custfOmlerS
All goods warratiil as r, pre-Setle'l. I aal
preparled 10 do all kind (Tf% unich- andi Jew
elry work aid lhave- always if good : toek n
matnierial oil n had. and will pi tat 1eo saitis
ac ion. All work warrntted.
CilA IllE1S AllU,r,F,
Second door froa Col. a ion's tflice.
it is no froitle for It. F. Dtavdson & Co
to show their eood.
Im orr hand DYaosi
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.,
148 Bray tat., iavtanainah, 241 llrana iiit., Au.
gulsia, (On., 151 East liay hlaril<.ston, S. C.
JNO. P. M11ATT~IIEWS, Jr.
11'! AXS/;oA'o, 8. (1.
i" Fori foi aribe informaotion tapply o1
~E haviie r"eeiv'ed fromaa New York latelty
a large .lt'ek of (Iroceries,. &t. , conI
Crand~y, Pickies, Chaurnis, ihgackelts, Caikes
Soda lliieanaai, Nail 'aeg. Cloves, A iapice, Cin
amitoni, ameer, tIlnek pcppera, and lot 0
rnninedi goots, HaIrdtware. i'inware, Powday
Shtt nogi i.ei, Crockery anid (luasware,
I.,t a:1 ',-. -l'aur tall gradesea, che tw ing flan
Shones. Ao ta wail aalecitd stock of itady
M'ad io C ltag. liry (Goods, anit many oftaet
articles, too aanna-rois Io mntiona. ('all
andi see for y'oursel'vesi. Wc are offering
our1 goods Iowa for eaiah
oct 18 McTNTYRE & CO.
You should slop antd loatk t I. P. D~avid.
son & Co's stock before you purchas~e.
wlbemade al the next Setssion of thea
anon Presbtyterlilianaucth, Fairliohi Coun-,
ii. A. II E tON,
A. J. IIAMIl.TON,
JAMES TURNER, Sr.,
WM. M. MARTIN,
OnIOl-x+1aw.Amua. .. - ham.
r a~llE Innocents Abroad or Now Pilgrims
T Progress, Mohun. Tho Hammer and
ltnpier, Adventures of Big Foot Wallace,
Yesterdaty, To day and Forever, Industrial
Jiograpihy, Life of George Stephenson, Life
of l' orick llenry, Gardening for Profit,
White's Gardening for the South, Muck
Maim', Driiining for Profit and Iealth,
ibsles, 1snms and Ilyimn and Prayer
looks. Ink. l'ens, Puper, for sale by
IGTCh!IN, MoMASTER & B1100E.
U3. F. D vidson & Co. have tie finest
stock of Blankets in town.
PRIMIVE WHITE CORN'1
Meal and Hominy
Rcevive:d weekly from Cathcart's. Mill.
D, 13. FLENNIKEN,
PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT
H. B. McMaster ,
W.INNSBORO, 8. 0.
100 yards Eruat of Passenger Depot.
(OLD rAsutoN1.1 PRieOx.)
a 11 0 0 IDmim :lS.
W E have received an additional heavy
stook or choice Family Groqerices,
.Thich we offer on Liberal Terms.
17 hlhds. C It. Sides,
6 do Smoked Shoulders,
8 Illids. R. Sides,
4 do Bulk Meat,
6 Tieroes Sugar Cured Hlaws,
From Now York.
60 Bbb.'Fleur, 10 bble. Sugar,
1000 Lbs. Family Lard.
Goslien Butter, New Buckwheat,
Irish Potatoes, Golden Syrup;
Oysters, Turtle, Salmon, in cans,
Campsen's Bolted Grist, Meal, &o.,
New Rie, Layer Raisins.
G0 Kits Mackerel No 1, 2 and 3,
li. and~ } casks "Extra" do,
Bbls. Shadd Salmon, Halibut,
I 'ornedl Ieef, Pickled Tones.
oct 22 BACOT &CO.
O Y ST ERS.
E. W. Ollever & Co's.
~-Whore Meals can be had as all
B. F. Davidson Co. Is the ple to buy
bargains-onall and see,
8 UG A RIS, Coffees, Sod., Piekiem, Sonp,
USalmon, Peaches, Currenta andI Match
es. 11. W. DESPORTI*s.
The History of the Presbyterian
Churc'h in South Carolina-by
SUBSCRIIBERS to the above work wIll
tpl ease call for thetr eople. at the Drug
and Book Store of
IUHTCHIIN MoMASTHRL & DRICJN.
A lot of Pine andl Common Clprts at the
Drug and Book Store of
lKETCIN, MoM ASTER & DRICE.
jURIIA M, R oso of Sharon. Magqolha and
OlCd Sport. Just receeved by
Hi W. DBSPORTES.
nov 17 .Corner No, 1.
B. P. Davids~on & Co. have a tremendousi
stock of Iloots and Shoes.'
WI nnsboro Workshops,
I am prepared at, my
shops to do all. Usnd of
- -smith Abid Woodwrt in
the very natedhtlegeuaIt and~ ewitmbin for
yourseaves. L. M Ie.Tet