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Vxtruct from the speech of the
lon. J. B. Back of Kentucky :
"I know that I have been attacked
connse I have always been, in season
nd out of season, one of the advo,
tes and the friends of the poor,
ownttrolI 'lle comInmuniities of the
outhurn States. Four or five years
o I weit upon the Reconstruction
omiumiutee of this House with my
riend from Now York (Mr. Brooks.)
Ve two iio o ulone. And I strug
led there for those pecple at every
o11t, its lie known, through the For..
iWit Congress ; And the chairman
f that committee, in the Forty-first
engress, will bear witness to my
deliy under him. The members of
hih House kinow that I have devoted
inoh time and labor cheerfully in
hat reg'aVd. For the last year I
ave been a member of the committee
barged with investigating the condi.
'on of the "late insurrectionary
;tates." 'That committee has been
'andering all ovor the country,
p.eading a drag not, as it were, for
alumniies vgainst the Southern peo
le. I hnvo tried to shield them
henovor I oolid from their malign
rp. That is "the head and front of
y offending ;" that is the field in
vhieh my efforts are to be made of no
va'l, and the men ogainst whom it is
nonn i nIill unite with my col
eagues on the comimitteo in exposing,
ave hoped to destroy me in advance
f the confliet.
"My family ties bind mue to the
rand old Stato of Virginia. I love
lie people of the South, and will
tmnd by thorn as long as I have a
Oiec to sp.eak ; when they are ma
inged, slandered, or oppressed, if I
lil to striko a blow or say a word
or them, mIay my right arm wither
ndl my tongue cleave to the roof of
ny iut.u h. I will be found in my
lice ad vays honestly and fairly do
edii g them.
Mr. Speaker, I n-eant no disrespeet
o the Sein tor of the United States
1 any expressions I made use of, al
bo0ugh I was properly called to order
I e other day. I have a veinoration
till for the Senato of the United
kates. I consider it as tho most
oncrable body upon earth. I know
f none like it in the world in dignity
u.1 power. Any man of ambition
my well aspire to go there. I have
11 aqpirod simply because sione of my
.uple said they wero going to voto
ri Ne. I never asked any mortal
a1t to votc 1o mite. Ciicumstaices
eued to require another gentleman
be sent ; yet it is now thrown up
am9t in that I aspired to the Uni
d States Senate, which it assumed
have denouned. Sir, every man
ere would like to be a member of
hLt body. I venture to assert that
here is not a member of this .ouse
v ho does~ not want to go to the Senate,
I I shoul d eve r be so for tunateo, .I
rant to go there a nong a body of
inorable muon ; the umost honorable
p-n earth. And whien I spoke of
hoso0 Southern Governors, all of
whomn are candidates for tho Senate,
ising every foul means in their powver
'y di franchisomnent, bribery, loyal
eaigues, and everything else to get
hero, I was not reflcoting upon
lie Senate, mand did not intend to do
A1. I1 anything I said looked like
dli etioni I apologize for it here nlow,
nd retract it ifor I never Intend
niything of the kind. I simply pro'
est ag..iast meon allowed to go there
'luau conduct ought. to send them to
Why, sir, the great men of tihe
orld haive been there ; Clay has been
htere, Webster has been there, Grit
tendon has been there, Silas Wright
ais been thiere, Calhoun has been
here. Their memories make it a
acered plase. It was not to rfeeot
them, not to reflect oin the Senate,
lint, whenI I saw vult uros seeking to sit
in the eagle's nest I protested against
ottrage. I want to keep that Benate
peure ; I want it to be constituted of
11mn1 cprosenltinlg great const ituencies,
1'ot of umen who force themselves inito
it at, the point of the bayonet, or by
fraud, corruption, chuianery, or os..
tracism of any sort. That is the way
. felt about it when I spoke onl a pro.
ions5 (eesion, and that is the way I
feel about it now. I thank the Ihouse
kindly for its attention."
A Comet linrihIng Directly Towatrds our
A decidedly new sensation is prom
ined us 011 the I12th~ of next August.
CTe faamus M. P'lantamour, Professor
of Astronomy at Genova, has discov
ered a hew comet, whiech, it is do,
clared, exceds in siro any similar
melteor hithe-rto known of. 1y theO
elaborate calculatlins of this learned
observer, thme imew comnet is darting
dtirectly towarud on? globe with pro
(ligimus vehoeity~and~ will come into cot.
lision with it on1 the 12th of~ August,
as aiforesaid. TPho approach of this
territie object will be heralded by an
extraordinary degree of heat and
the eatastroph.', cannot possibly be
avoided, umnloo by a deflection, not
now to be prognosticatod, produced
by the comet imnignirg on the attrac
tive scopo of somte other heavenly
b~dy. WVe believe that this alarming
prophecy corresponds with one of Dr.
Cummings' more recent annonnue
ments, and if so, seicneo rm re igioin
-or one eccentric reh)esw~.tt i r4e i
-will, for once and unequivocally,
be in pocord.. The Ihbabit 4ho
earth will hai , at as this sola.
tion, that afte th' a mouk met
cones. withir the 'fog f tol opi
observation, and' boi s qi tb
the naked 030, there wrill y be a
long time for then to set their houses
in order and prepare for the "oternal
snash" that m ust ensue,
The Danger of Cotton Rlags.
An expertinenting Dotroit chemist
took a pibeo of threadbare cotton
cloth, and having smeared it with
boiled linseid oil, placed it in the cons
tro of a chest tilled with paper and
rags. Although the room was not
tight and the weather was cold, there'
was a emell of fire about the room iti
eight dayo. Unpacking it, the ex
perimenter found the rog, half-ocharr
od. In April he inado a similar ox
periment with a pair of painter's over.
alls, which he rolled up with pine
shavings, and crowded it next to the
roof-boards of a loft. In a week the
smell o'' fire alarmed a workman in
the next rooni, and the overalls were
found to be on fire. And during the
very hottest weather a handful of old
cotton rags, not smeared with oil, be
came hot encugh, when hung up in a
tin box in the sun, to light matches
which he had placed among them.
Those facts show the necessity of Cau
tion in putting away old rags, espe
oial lylthooothat may be saturated with
Dil, bonsine; or other inflammable sub
Weduosday:Morning, rob. 28, 1872,
ftoiw We are Taxed.
Two bills have been recently intro
duced in the Legislature fixing the
rate of taxation for the present year.
Under one it is proposed to levy a
Stato tax of 15 mills, and under the
other 19 mills, on the dollar. Either
of these rates can be safely put down
as exhor bitat, oppre0nive, and won
Atrous in the extreme, and shows
plainly the animus of the party in
power, who seem determined both to
rule and ruin the State.
The tax levied by the N. C. Legis
lnture, just adjourned, is 4} mills on
the dollar. This includes tax for
Asylum, common or free schools and
ill other State expenses. North
-oarolina has in aquare nilles 00,700,
whilo In South Carolina, there are
29,380 square miles, showing 21,820
square miles loss than in the former
State. F"rom this it will be soon that
North Carolina nearly doub'es this
State In territory.
We aro inlormod by reliable
iources that tho whole assessed value
)f taxablo property in North Caroli
iun during the year 1871 was loss than
$123,000oo,I',) .00m.c ttie i xablo pro
porty in tI. tuaj was aieonscd and
axod at the value of $182,000,000,
yr' about one-third more thanm that of
North CarolIna. In other words, that
he property of North Carolina, which
is about one third more than that of
Southi Carolina, is v-alued at one
third less for taxation. From this we
uonciudo that the valuation in this
State is too high, or that of N. 0. too
low. Why is there this differonee ?
[t is owing entirely the fictitious val
uation put upon01 land by an ignorant
and corrupt Board of Equalization,
who are about as competent to dis
charge their duties on the lloard, as
~hoy would be to draw a mnap of the
TIho above gives a clear insight into
one of the great frauds that the land
holders and tax payers of this State
bave suffered. Their property is
dloublod and trebled in value, and
laxed accordingly, to enrich Rtadical
thieves and plunderers.
After assessing property at donble
its value, it is now proposed to levy a
tax of 15i mills, or 14 per centum,
while in North Carolina it is only 44
mills, or less than 4 per centumn,
thus showing that we pay taxes on
property doubly valued, the rate be
ing threo times moure than the true
per centum, making our taxes six
times greater than in North Carolina.
This is an iniqjuitous scheme, whiclh
will, if carried on much longer,
amount to virtual contisoation. It is
enough to damn the lRadical party for
The Liberal Movenutentl.
We have had occasion to refer be
fore in our columns to the probable
formation throughout the whole coum
try of a party composedl of all who are
unfriendly towards the present Na
tional A dministration, and opposed to
Grant's re-election. That such a
movement is gaining ground rapidly,
is a matter of extreme gratification 'to
the lovers of constitutional govern
mont, holding ump, as it certainly does,
some rays of hope that a raore pros
perous time is in atore for our eonn
try, arnd particularly for the people of
the South1, who have suffered so mnuoll
from tyranny and oppression.
D~efinite shape and cbaraoter was
given to the shoe n.mov-en b..th
Con 04tio: f iberal Republlians
Vbio )st, Al sh13 time ago lo1l.'
Ourl n4i e'li set in posities m&
on distinguished body 19
li h ' i'"reotion, and gaining
convertS to the inw party.
To our imind, the only course that is
left to the Southern people to pursue
is to glie their whole support to this
proposed eoenition. 4f the entire 0on.
servative Ielements of the country,
and assist theroby in the overthrow of
a party that has - nearly kucoeeded in
blotting out the original prineiples
upon which this g.vornment was
founded. The National Democracy
have no chaneo whatover of winning
the Presidential election alone and
unaided, and it would appear ridicu
lous to put the party iii the field again
when there is so little cncouragement
It is high time that we should
learn something fruin past experiouce,
and make a pructical effort towards
destroying the monster Radiculism.
It would be well for our people to
consider seriously this question, for
its magnitude and importanco is no
We ourselver expret to advance as
much as lies in our power this new
movement, for in its success wl'l be
secured the salvation of the Ameri
The P'oltica Outlook In the
The events of the past motith have
to no inconsiderable extent thrown
light upon what will undoubtedly be
the political status of the Stato for
a long period of time.
It will be remembered that tat the
late Hadical tJonvention, hold in Co.
lumbia the 19th ult., rosolutions were
adopted endorsing the administration
of 0ov. Scott, and as that Conventlon
was certainly a representative body of
the Radical party in this State, we
naturally conclude that a majority of
that party approve of the manner in
which our State government is ad
ministered, and w iuk at the fraud and
corruption that has been unoarthA
and exposed even by their ewn
friends and supporters.
The situation of public affairs is
simply this, that those now in power
are disposed to pass over in silence
the montrous villainies that have been
perpetrated by men holding high po.
sitions, and tacitly set the seal of ap'
proval upon the conduct of thieves
and swindlers, degraded public ser
vanits, who have used their time in
filling their pockets with the scant
substaneo (f an almost wholly lipov.
erished people. Is it not enough to
strike alarm and drspair to the hearts
of the lovers of good government to
IOntemplajlate even for a moment the
condition of this onet- proud State 7
And I ben too to be forced to the belief
that there is no available practicable
remedy for our misfortunes. With a
majority of twenty -five thousand bola
stering up tihe p'1 daent regimej what
hope ean there be for a change ?
None, that our short-sighted wisdom
can concive of.
We are cotopletely at the merey of
an enemy withioit remorse and mnag
naninmity, aind there is no course left
us5 but to bear our woes with a
m itly antti courageous heart, devote
ourselves to our different callings, and
await the return of that spirit of jus
tIce- whieb should charactcrizei a par
ty with high principles and right im
This honored citizen of illinois and
member of Congress is looming up
before the country as the candidate of
of the Liberal Reopubllicans against
the Grant party. His record in the
U. S. Senate for the past sixt months
entitles him to the frotnt rank of
American Statesmen. llis course
has been one of eminent consistency,
and~ in every way conciliatory towards
the South. We wosuld hail wh
pleasure and satisfaction his succes
sion to the Presidencv.
Mr. Editor. [cmuexn.
I do positively opine, that the per.
nicious practico of aeribling on letters
la lieu of a regular postmark, should
be done away with, The pleasant
little v'illage of Hidgewray, for in
stance, has for its postmnark, a tremen..
1dous scrawl, looiking moure like the
pronmiscuous spluttering of a boys pen,
or the summer resort of a brood of
chiokens. Why not do away with it ?
In the1Jnitd Staes hato
Igu lux ommuitywhen an
agedman n th le~ry biedOut
"Ise s nt rue" nd asremoved
tmrue ; ho shaill not laiy "what is not
true"; To eMd 'the confuslon .the
Senate trent int6 'eemivea .8ion.
RO this day We hae %#marked all ou
WOOL)?! 0001* do*n to
Cost Price 'or Cash,
Barg sibs will be give bn aory kad V
1 Inter Goods. Call soon,
LADD BROS. & CO.
'esh Plpplits of ltuga, ?dedlchies
Paints, Olla, Bitters and Toilet Goods
Conatantly arriving at foir Drug Sto-e.
Za dO 3 f
C1108C' SAWS, Anvifs, Vioes, Chisels
Augers, Hinges, Lap Rings, Tin Oilers
MotIkey Wrenohos, Mholases Oates, Grub
bing floes, Picki, Coff'an rills, i'on, Stool
Nalls, Tablo UAttlory, Pocket Cuttlery
Carpenter's Tools, &o.
Tobacco! Tobacco I
The best Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
onll and try thed,
Hemlock and Oak Sole Leather, Kip and
Upper Leather, Harness. Leathet, Sio
lamtniers, Pinchers, Knites, Thread, Nails
fob 2' 0. R. TMOMPSON.
1 Car load Ilot~I,
1 Car load White Corti,.
I Car load White Seed OatB.
20 Bbls, Pearl Grist.
Breakfast Strip Bacon,
Iallan Maoe.aroni and Chdese.
D3. R. Flenniken,
TCKETS to the CONCERT
Poir and( l'unest decaling IN Dry Glood!
flats, Capls, Boots, Shoe., Trankv, &c., ca
be had at
Nekw tbry Udods 11!mparftup, 4 t door
Elliott & Cc's,
And pop goec the orks froth that coeo
brated Clicquot Craupagne, Iker Hieid
sick Champagne, McEwans Alc Base Ale
Hlibbert.'s London Brown Stou6 ortee, he
sides several other tricks of a pping :na
ture all of which can be fetandI
A. P 1M111i.
w - YORit, February 20.-'[ht
World's London correspondent tele
graphs that Gladstone has written at:
exceedingly amiable letter disavowinq
that his speech in the House was in
orreotly reported, In responding ti
an enquiry in the House whether hi
lottet to tbhe co-respondedit of th<
World was genuine, Gladstone replied
'yes; it is a reply to my lotter, ask
ing an explanatiori in regard to m3
NEw Yong, Yebruary 20.-A
Matamoras special says : Trovini
telegraphed Qunor iga that lie woul
take San Luis 1Ptosi immediately
r and then move straight on the city o
Reinforcenients aire cuoin t<
Quoroga, to aid his attack on Mata
The Governnent troops wore do
feated in Sinaloa,
There ate twothousandt Revolution
iate in Iulesco.
General Magara has pronounced it
LoxnoN, February 22.-The Ala
humsa ekeitonient is r'apidly subsiding
The Times only alludes to the subjeo,
and urges a diplomatic solution. Jhr
Bright approves the conduct of the
Government in the controviray.
S-. PEKTkntvIlaRt, February 22.
Baron Von Offenburg, the new Minis.
ter to Washington, departs soon.
I3EJILIN, February 22.-There h3
now no doubt of the presence of a per.
son in this city, on Wednesday, whose
object was the assassination of Bis
marok. An apothceary from Posen.
who is a Pole and a fanatical Catholic
has been arrested on suspicion. Ie
formerly served in the Papal
PARIS. February 22.-A deCree sus
pends the publication of the Gaulois.
RoSE, February 22.-The Pope
has convened the Cardinals for to.
morrow, to elect a Bishop for Russia,
iHEST, Feb:uary 24.-The Marie
Franoaiscapsised in the harbor, and
twenty-two persons were drowned.
LoNooN, February 24.---Lord MAayc
Gibbons has been knighted. The
bishop of Jamaica. who came hcre for
his health, is dead.
ANTwER', February 24.-Cham.
bord has departed. Tihe police, last
night, were compelled to disperse the
legitimists, who thronged the streets,
with violent demnoust rations.
LATMI.-Thore was a deinonstra
tion by the Monarchists, who bad
gathered here, but the streets wore
filled with the people, There was
great exeitementi but orders were
issued forbidding groups on the
streets. Disturbances are imminent.
LiEipsic, February 24.-The mu
nicipality has issued a proclamation
against the international artisans of
this city, forbiding them to join or
support the society.
WA0niNOTON, Febsuary 20.-Gene
ral Hampton, Butler and' Kershaw, of
South Carolina, are here asking a
hearing before the Ku Klux Commit
tee, to vindicate themselves from char
ges made by Senator Edmunds, that
they were Ku Klux leaders.
Schurz reply to Conkling has at
tracted a dense crowd to the Senate.
IIAvANA, February 22.-Moro Cas.
tie, the mail steamer. has arrived
bringing City of Mexico advices to
the 15th. No important military
movements. The supporters of Juar
ez are eonfident. A serious battle
was pending near San Louis P~otosi.
.OMAhA, February 22.- Thie track
is reported clear of snow, but the
washes are detaiilng trains.
Cor.umava, February 2'2.--Arkan
sas and Missis.sippi are the only
Southern States represented in the
LAWRENeE, KANOSs, February 22.
-The 8tate Convention endorses
CINCINNATI, February 22.-The
Ohio River Convention urges steam.
boat associations to resist the tax on
tonnsge in the courts ; asks $400,000
to complete the dredging and con.
struetion (of wing d amns, reconrr ends
the extension of the jurisdiction of
the Light House hoard over Western
waters, Adjourned to utfeet on the
call of the Executive Committee.
NEW Yonx, February 22.-Three
police commissioners, three fire comn
niassioners, and the chief of poliCe of
Jersey City, have been indicted.
PARKEISDUnIo, February 22--Au
engine anid baggage car went dowm
anembankmoent, sixty miles East,
The engineer, J. Dorsey, was killed.
The passengers escaped4
WVAsuINOTON, February 22.-OA
dit, Forney succeeds Cres well as Post
MJLwAL'KI, WVs , February 22.
Two soldiers, inmates of the 1National
Asylum, were found frozen, near the
building. They had been covered
pith snow for a month.
MEMP~mm?, February 22.-The
stockholders of the Memphis and
Charleston Rtailroadl have ratified th<
lease to Thos. R1. Scott and the South.
ern Security Company for ninety nint
.CotuMsus, February 2'2.--T1he Na
tional P'rohibition Convention has
convenedl. 194 dlelegates, from nine
States, are present. Samuel Chase is
President, who advocated a party in
dependent of the Republicans and
In the Labor Convention, James
Kilgore, a representative of the Inter
nationals, was &dmittted.
INDIANArorJs, IFebruary 22.-The
Republican State Convention nomina
ted Tihos. Brown for Governor and
Godlove- 8. Orth as Congressman at
STr. Louis, February 22.-Ttro
bacco*naniifaoturers of this oity pro.
test against the, proposed ohange i:
the tobacco tax. They wait a ini
form tak. . - -
N*w Yonk, February 22-O.Mvenin
--Nothing ocurreddisorderly. The
members of the Orange Soolety-wore
rosettes and badges of purple and
WAlIIINGTON, February 22-Even.
ing.-The President is gone to Phila
AsllridutoN, February 24.-Judgt
Davies accepts the workingmen'i
bomiuation for President.
Garrett Davis has recovied.
CINCINNATI, Fubr iry 24.-A seri
ous nouident occurred on the touis
ville and Cincinnati "Short tine'
Railroad. The engino crossed the
bridge, but the structure, with two
passetger, baggage, express and mail
cars, went down in a mass of ruins.
There vtere seventy-five passengers,
two of Whom were killed and fifty-two
It is rumored that the bridge on
the Louisville and Cincinnati short
line road, where the aoident occur
red) was tampered With.
NEW Yonit, February 24.--A ape
oial from Berlin says Germany is
arming, with a view of a probable
chango in the French Government,
Prussia claims the right to control the
change, upon points whether. the sue
coedlng Government, by disinulinaa
tion or inability, fails to ekeuto the
treaty or discburge its obligations to
Germany. Should Prubsia decide
either point adversely to the apprd
hended change in the French Govern
went, re-invaslon of lerench territory
The German Democratio General
Uommittee of New York has adopted
trong resolutions, complimentary of
LeGrand Lockwood, banker, is
FOn-r IRENTN, (Ileadquarters
Missouri River,) February 23.--Mida
night.-The river broke at 8;50 this
evening. The water is rising rapidly.
MAlupins, 1ebruary 24.--J. 11.
flacket, confidential clerk of be went
Atein's dry goods establishment, hus
been arrcsted, charged with $75,000
Naw ORLEANS, February 2.
Matamoras dates of the 23d says the
city of San Louis Potosi has been the
objective point with the revolutionists
for sonic time past ; all theiv availa
ble forces are concentrated there,
leaving only sufficient forces in the
cities North of the Sierra Madra td
garrison theim. Garra Martinet and
Trevino's troops, amounting to 10,
000, ard besieging San Louis Potobi,
which is defended by Gleneral Ilocha,
the best officer adhering to the Gov,
ertment, who thus far is Unuble to
free himself from the besiegersi I
mors of his surrender prevail'to -dhyj
but nothing reliable is knowna His
surrender is probable. Should io
oha capitulate, Northeris leAica will
be lost to Juareg.
Preparations for the patade oh St.
Patrick's Day, In this and adjaceit
oitiesi are immemo.
Arrests of judgds and eominission
era in New Yoiki Jersey City and
Wmn. Heath, of the firni of Ildath
& Co., has been arrested on a charge
of perjury, in connection with stock
New Yonjc, Feb. 23.--hvening.-..
Cottoni steady ; uplands '.2; Orleans
28,4; sales 600 bales. Gold bj.
CH.IRII.Es'tON, February 24.--Cotton
dull--middlinga 22 ; receipts 920
Invanrois, Fdb. 24.-Rvenin
Cotton opened quiet and steadf, ~ut
closed dtull and unehanged-uplands
1 lji ; Orleans 1 li ; sales 2,000 bales.
,,Vic" Woodhall on ft fligh hors6 Before
Renator Carpenter .
Mrs. Woodhull had a perscha1 eli
counte-r on Friday writh Matt Carpets.
ter i the lobby of the Senatds *hich
although not resulting in serious con
serquences, was of rather a tiireateon
sng character. The fair revolutidnist
charged this grate and lreverend seigJ
nor with treachery to the Oause of
which ho had professed himself a
champion-the enfranchisement of
woman-and denonnced hitti in uts
mcasured terms, declaring herself de
tcrmined to organir:e thre fcima~e eles
ment against him and all such ashhm.
As the lady proceeded With a sketch
of the plarr of operations the Senator
remarked , "'Ph. worri of Wisoon
sin are aill my friends" '-tes," re
plied Victoria, "and if rumor 'speaks
truly, you have lady friends belong..
ing to other States/' Mr. Carpenter
suggested that she might get into
IPortress alonroe if she was t og free
with her revolutis nary sche mos, to
which she replied "All right ; if your
people think that is a good thing ta
do, do it, ; I have no objoetions/'
She, assured the Senator in the most
positive terins that for his treachery he
lhe should pay dearly, and that they
would put five hunidred female orators
into the field against the Repub'lican
party, and the laugh, she declaredr
would be on the other side of the face
when thdy went through the country
giving the characters of the mnen now
misrepresenting the people. The
scene was a very funny- one, and the
female orator had rather the best of
the talk, and as the successor of Dco
little backed out of the contest his
hair presented a somewhat more un
kept aspect, and the shake of his
head a decidedly less positive turn as
ho regained his seat, which had just
been threatened so savagely.-- W'ashi.
C'or. N. Y. Hera..
Most men give advice by the buck.
et, but taka It by the grain.
J. 0. nOAGPS.
Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Pink E e
Buck Eye and Peach Blow Potatoes, OnCion
Setts, Uarden Seeds, Dry Salt and Smoked
Bacon and Shoulders, Sugar Cured Unean
vassed Hams, Lard, Mackerel, Syrups,
Molasses, Sugars, Coffees, Tens, Soda,
Solps, Candles, Starch, Blueing, Mustard,
Pei per, Spice, Nutmegs, Concentrated Lyej
Potash, Flour, Meal, Grist, Rico, Salt,
Cheese, M acaaroni, Cinned Goods, Raisins,
Nuts, Candies, t nkes, Creekers, Cigars,
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Backing,
Shbt, Po*der, Cape, Nails, Kerosene Oil.
All of w ich will be sold as low as the low
est. J. 0. BOAG.
Bargails 1 .igins I
In 1'y Uoods, Alaiphaesi English Mer[
nos, l neYaine,. Pitra, Cloaks, Shawls. b4
dies Morino Undervesas, Boulevards, Latled
Ilnts and Bonnets, Chignons. All of whlh
will be sold at greatly tedtvoed prices.
J. 0. DOAd.
Low ihe Cash,
A largo assortment. or Mens, Womeast
Misses ShadO, Men'd and BoyA lflts and
Caps. Crookery, Lamps, Chimneyl, filk
anld WoodOn Ware. Call on
feb 8 J. 0. BOAG.
WOODWARD & LAW.
SELLING OF AT OOST I
But would auninouce thait With Feent ad
ditions to their stock of
They aro propfired to bffe' fntiductisiti
to cash purbhnsers.
A lot. of Saddles, Miiggy dnd Wiigofi fiaf
ness, Drldleb and 0irths, offerdd etiethbli
pdciai ati dnlioil 6alfed to uti Atsidk of
00lting; Eltid diitr ilegigt
A lot of vet-y fine ttathily fidaui RUgUf
dured 11ams, bdst di'eeti *itd flha6k 'ra
Cathned Peaches, &d.
WOO0tWARD & LAW.
Render Unto Caser
TilA T A R E RIS,
Fdi- he is l06gintdlng ill Iant BTA MPS'j
find will wIllingly
GIVE TO ALL A RECEIPT
ts fil for the Stainps. 8o come iilf,
along and you will alwrays Aind Camser at the
old stand of
.A. .P. .MILLERi.
E. We OLLEVER & 00,
Hase just *eceived a lot of extra firte pitig
wich he guaranteek to be' genine, and
will give vatisfactio'a to all lovers of Good
BEATYT & BiIO., Agent,
WAE are now prepared to furnish thees
VTFort illizers or order them to any Do.
pot in the County, at the following rates,
A tlantie Phosph ate $48 per ton cash, of
$62 per ton payable 1st November next,
free of Int erest.
Aeid Phosphate $28 per ton cash, or $31
per ton payable 1et November next, free of
riterest.. fo a- e