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*. ZaO1 Ite:Em.
gr Advertisers are requested r
hand 'their advortlsbp .efore
-el0en o'look, to Insure I-uertion in
W iugbqio Cot tonAgarket.
For the" post two-days 108 bales of
COton have been told in this market
at -prioes -ranging frow4V to 20}
Sprg Go-bde-Woodward & Low.
Boot and Shoe Manufaotory-S. M.
Election Notioo-P. Oaeot, Clefk.
Masonic Meeting Thun'sday night..
Just Received-T. Rt. Robertson.
WFlour and Corn-R. J. Mcoarley.
Ole New Goods- leaty & Brother,
General M. Q. Butler, and Attor
ney-Geheral Chamberlain. arrived in
Town Monday -morniig, the fornier
to assist in the defeice' of W. D.
Aiken, the latter to act is Solicitor in
In the cabe of the State vs. Joh'i
0. Mackrell, the argument was con.
cluded:on Saturday, aud.after bei1g.
charged by the Judge, the Jury re
tired to their roo,n..nd : aftdr about
one hour's delib.vration,.returned into
Court with a vei diet ot not ultgy.
Suliuitwr Show, on -UcO-uUt of he
rious indisposition,'left for. hii home
on Saturday. The State Will be re.
presented by 11. I. Gaiilard, E.q..
except in the -case agtilnst W. D.
Aiken, wich svil -be conduetd by
The State ve. W.- D. Alken, indict
ed for the howicide of JU'Hn W.
Clarke,,wa icalled yesterd ,y morning.
It is a case of debp interost, and will
doubtless attract a laige number of
spectators into Court.
Airanstrong, Cator..& C.
We take pleasure in calling atten
tion to the advertisement of the above
firm. 'They are aongst the oldest
and most reliable bu"iness mo in'
Baltimore, and we are sathfied will
give entire 'sati4faction both as to
pricespd, goods to all who may favpr
them with an order.
Job xislutng. '
We OgAid.:Oall attention to the new
Job Press We have recently received.
Busines; mien are cordia!ly invited to
to Cxankine samplev of Job Work- we
are now. turning out, and we think-we
can convince them that it will be to
their ifitetest' to have their Bill
Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes,etc.,
done at home. All work leftwith us
will be neatly and proMptly attended
Arrests in Cheater-.
The troop of Cavalry at this place,
says the Chbester . Reporter oft the.
14th inst., moved out on Tuesday
night about 11 o'clook on the Pinoka
ney Road towards Broad River.
They have not returned at the time
of goinar to press. We learn that
during the night they made prisoners
of Messrs. T. M. Sandera, James Dar
by and Thomas A. Anderson, and car
ried them along on the expedition.
We are not unformed of the charges
against these gentlemen.
A correspondent of the New York
Farmers' Clulk .recommends the fol
lowing as ani ointment for chapped
hands and lips:
"Three drains camphor gum, three
drama wlEite beeswax ; three drama
spermnaceti, two ounces olive oil.
Melt slowly upon the itove. It will
fornm a white ointment when ogl."
Thae Celtie Weekly.
This spleindid .oiiginaal s'tory pape r.
paper has been forwanded to ns. Ua
leading story.iy ,illustrated. We ob..
observe thne nsames of not a few oif our
most eminent Irish and Irish-Ameri.
can writers interspersed throughout
its columnis. We cordially recoin.
mend it to our readers.
Oost of the Kn Klutx Act.
It appears that the large expendi
tures of money under the Ku Klux
&c.-two millions appropriated for
that purpose-have not proved suffi
cient, and the House, 'on Thursday,
provided for another w"'ion. Fede
rat officials and'witnessoa no suob cas
es are costly. It. is a good way of
spending money and rewarding parti
5ans at the South. As a campaign
fund for the next Presidential contest
it will, no doubt, prove a profitable
in vdstm ent.
Intelligence has reached as of the
death of 'Sqire Win.' Brice on. Sa
turday last. He had been confined
to his room for nearly seven years
with paralysis. HIe was in hiseightieth
year. One by one our old cQiisens
eam to be dropping off.
South parolimp bas bot 705,606 in.
.The ,g'Pathollos qf Blakville a
making preparations to have a neat
Nisetaen thousand seien hundred
and ninety-ono acres of land were
sold for taxes in Greenvilke County
A Georgia paper says : Ex-Gov.
ertor Boanham, of South Carolina, is
making preparation to leave his na
tire State u.nd move to Atlanta.
W. E. Earle, Esq., of Greenville,
has beefi appointed Asistant Uiiited
States Ditrict Attorney for South
Goorgo Lee, colored, a native of
Worcester, Mass., hN been elected
Judge of the Inferior Court of Char
leston. Hi has practiced law two
Rev. A. G. Stacy, forerly of the
South Carolina Methodist Conference,
is now President of a flouri.hivig Fe.I
male (Jullege, at Kansas City, Mih..
We c4py the fo,llowig exquieite
littl, tong forthe benefit, of the sev.
eul benedicts who hi 'io latbly been
mafie happy in 4sur widst :
"nly one A,ng can I sting
8he is Uji.0 ;
All things with theo coh ring
She i. mine.
Ever young and ever ol1,
Love Lughs at the story told
She is mine."
"In her eyes, I road each day
Sh" is luine,
In each word I hear her say
She is mine
Music, roses, light, perfume,
Fill for me the wide earth's room I
She is mine."
Nrder In virginia
On the 26th ultiio an old man
named P. 8. Wauldridge, residing a
few nilos from Buford's, on the
Virginia and Tennessee railroad, was
beaten to death while returning to
his home with $180 in his pugigi,slou.
When hi's body was discovered the
pockets of his trowsers were out out
and the money gone. The inacru
went' of tWe murderer, a dogwoud
blud:eon, was found near the body.
The ooroner's jury found that the
deed was committed by George and
Virgil St. Clear, tiephews of the mlur
dered man, who weae arrested.
The Bar In Which Booti was Killed.
Richrd ff. Garrets, of Virginia,
the owner of.the barn in whica J.
Wilkes Booth took refuge from his
pursuers, sometime since preferred
a claim to Congress for compensation
for the destruction of his barn. Tho
Senate Cotnmittee on Claims, which
has this petition under consideration,
has dioided adversely to it, on the
grounds that Garret,'a loyalty was
not above suspicion.
8S1ot for Cojuring.
The dead' body ot a colored man
name.d John Lrniui Blaok, knowu b.e
fure the war as Bruin's Tobe, has ar
rived in Alexandria, Va., froin Arkani
fans for buai al. The deceased was
shot and killud by one of his own race
tor havinig "conjured" or put a "spell"
The indications are, says tlie
Uolumbtus Sun, that the Columbus
manufaotories will co..sume this sea
son 6,000 Lales of ctottomn, worth, at
20 centts per pound, or $l00 per bale,
$600,000 in the raw andt hore than,
$1,200,000 in the ns'naf.ot uredl state.
Set out factories are worth, cleat,
$600,000 to or city, our at least theu
value of the cotton is increased that
much by the p:oduction of the com
moniest goods. The majoirity of the
fabrics quadruple the v.aue, whaich
would increase in value to mi:iions.
There are three g itherings of coffee
in a year in Br:,zil N'.thit.g is more
Lenutaful th...n aicoffee lanatation in
fu.l b'loomI. 'rho sn;.wy blossoms all
burct forth- si multaneuly, andai the
flilds seem covered with a delicate
nmatle of whit4 which exhale a fra-.
grancue nut una' ihy of 16n i. But the
beau:y is e'p?.smorail, for sno~w-*ti -e
flowns at:d the delhighti.L oder passea
away in t weiary-four hsiurs..
Trho Sani Anttonio (Tex.S) Po,'.
materIu recetly receiv~ed a leur --Ti'
My Mammaay.'" If was not detiver ed
.iii somte weeks after ; a e.mullh, liurco
Jooking old woman appeared at the
Post Office witud. .w, sayinag, "Master,
have you got any letter from myv
Johnny ?" when he hit the mark at
A drunken Scotchmaan retarning
from a fair, fell asleep by the rosd
side, where a pig found him and be
gait licking his miouth. Sawney roar
ed, "Wha's kissing mte noo ? Ye. see
what it is to be weel liket among the
"I find Dick, that you are in the
hab,it of taking may jokes and passing
them off as your own. .Dd you call
that gentlemanly conduct ?" "To be
sure I do, Tom. A true gentleman
wIll always take a joke from an old
When John Jacob Astor diedhbe
left a little over $24,000,000.
'William B. Astor, his son, is now es
timated to be worth nearly $50,000,
What Is that which divides by
-uniting- - and unites by dividing i
On Friday last, says the Yorkville
Enquirerie -e-eable to the sentene
pronounted, b Jtidge Thomas, against
the Culprit, Peter utp was panged at
this place for the marder df his wife.
As is oustomary' on suoh osoasions,
thero was.a very large attendance of
people in town, the larger portion be
mg negroes-niany of whom had como
a great distanse to witness the ezeeu
Three s6atips have just been sen.
tet,eod at Lyons to unoderigo various
terms of imprisonment for having
tmado a busineit of rubbing graves for
the purpo,e of 1upplyii,g tho chignon
markets of the world. They drove a
thriing businebs utitil the discovery
of their horrible desecrations was
A session of a Florida coutt was
liroken up by a free fight among the
opposing counsels and clients.
Married, on the 13th instant, at the
A. R. P. Church, by the Rev. J. M.
Todd, Mr. Joe-H H. CUMMINGS and
Miss MANIE J. ELLCTT, all of Winna
May the fea of Life pillow its
waves gently aurosi thoir path way,
anud th- howling winds turn nud mur.
mur zeph)rs of purest bhas through
out the voyage of thir companion
MINAs HoH ATrnAo- iva.-Nothing adds
more to the handsome appeiraneo of a
honhe outside, and to its oheerralness t
tide, than goud clear nindow plass, and
bright colored ornamental glass at the
sideA and over the iolas of the doors. The
frst lets in the bright warn light of the
suit, while the latter admits the light at
Rnme time that it. shuls off Ibe view of pry
ing e.f4 The bost lFrench and American
gliai.s, both plain an.1 orraimental, as well
as doori, sasee, blinds, balusters, newelm.
mantels. &c., are to he had of Mr. 1. P.
*oale, No. 20 Ilayne street, Charlesten. S.
. mar 12
TUANSsrounto TIA CommrxItoN -The
tratnsformations produced by Hlagan's Mag
nolia Balm, are quite as astonishingas any
scene on a stage of a theatre. rhe famous
beautifier, transmutes a sallow, peeky look
ing complezion, into one in which the lilly
ind the rose vie for admiration, and im
parts to a dry, harsh skin, the softness of
perfect, loveliness. Tan And freohira,
which country air and -unlight are pretty
sure to produce, In spite of parasols and
s1ndowns, are completely obliterated by it;
while it has a perfectly magical effect in
banishing undue redness. blotches and
pintples from the skin. When the lade who
has used it. to remedy her complexional de
feots looks in the mirrue, she is equally as
tounded and gratifed at the improvements
in her appearance. Every blenish has dis.
appeared ; l'er neck, arns and bosom, now
rival in whitencs the stiowy collar which
encircles her throat, her oheek mantles
with a peach-like bloom, and she Is ready
to invoke a blessing on the Inventor of the
article whieh has wrought such a delightful
If you debire rosy cheeks and a complexion
fair and free from Pimples, Blotches and
Eruptions, purify your blood by taking )r.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
1 Bbl. Fulion Market Corned Beef,
I Box Smoked Buffalo Tongues,
1 Bbl. fine Eating Onions.
1 . extra fine T.able Syrup,
mar 19 TC. R. RIOBERTSON.
Wlnnsbor'o Lodge, No. 11, A. F. Ii,
,The regular communication or this
I.odge will be held Thlured-ay even.
itig, March 21st. at 7} o'clock.
W. 0. Joa)n, eC.
AN election for Intendant and four
t1 Wardens will be held In the Town
llall du Monday, A pril ist, 1872.
Polls open from 10 A. M. till 3 P. M.
Mnssts. II. ii. McMaster, W 0. Jordan
and John McIntyre, are appointed niana
gera, of election.
By order of Concil.
mar 19-fO t'lerk.
BOOT AND SHOE
iIAV'NG piricuared the
.very be.st Mechanics in
the. cotuntry, I feel war
ranted in aying that I
can fu: ni-h as neat BOOT
tr 8S10E as any Shop
in the $outht All work
warrantedf to give sauii-fat-on. My Shop
is n'ext dloor to F. Ocrig's Kadtilery
mar 19 S. M. OII,BERT.
26 IJOZEN BIrades Crown. lInes.
I Tierce of Whole Rice.
60 Butshels Me-al.
Patenit Cotton Back Bands and HIooks.
For sale by
mar 16t BE \TY & BIRO.
\LOT~. oftrekfast Strijfs, Bacotn nda
Bik ets, Early lHose. Jackson
White, Mon-,or and Ontod- icht Potatoes. just
received- U. 0. D)E.lP01;TESi & CO.,
feb I Corner No. 1
Moun!tai I W lP I
MtiOUNTA TN BIUTTEai, ulc icand fr-esh to
ILsale. U 0 DLE8P'ORTKE. & CO.,
feb 6 Corner No. 1.
Q WEET POTATOES, Onions and White
kJPeas for table use. atnd FrL,sh MenI, at
fob r. MolINTYlItE & CO.
Crackers and Cheeso.
G ING ER SNA PS, feo and boda Crack
.Jors. Just received
mar 9 ' U. U. DESPORTES8 & Co.
ILAT8 and Caps, Shirt, Fronts, Ladles
SCuff. and Collars, Hiandkehlefs,
(Oloves. 5Ioes, &o,, just, received by
rob 20 MeINTYR E & CO.
jEROSENE OIL; best qtaality, for ese at
-.U,G.DESPORTE & J0,
aseh 6 Grisna Wti I.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
We HaVe Just IReceived
Uarien Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Forks,
Shovels and Tongs, Atidirons, Anvils,
Vises, llaoksmith's Hammers, Broad Axes,
Looks, Hinges, Sha~e Knives and other out.
lery, Horse Shoe Nails, Qus, Pistols and
Roof Paint and other Pnaints and Var
nishes, Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, Tur
pentine, Putty , Glass, Kerosene Oil and
We also constantly keep up supplies of
School Books, Medicines and ardcn
Seeds, as well as freq.ient additions to our
Dry Goods, Shoes, &e.
The Patronatge of the Public is
Our. terms are cash, in those excepi lona
oases, therefore, in which time is allowed
interest will .be adde~d from the first of each
month ,in which the goods are sold.
MoMASTEIl & BILICE,.
E!LLINEIR & STRJAW GOODS,
WHITEl GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, &o,
Armstrong, Cator & Co.,
M tPJItTl II$, Matnfacturers and Job,.
bers Bonn,et. Triinisg, Ne*ck and Fa,b
Rtil-lons, Velvet ibbon,,. N sek n'es. Bonnet
8ilks, Salins, Vilrets and Crnpes, Flotters,
Feathers, Ornamengts, Frames, &n. 8traw
Bonnets and Ladles anhd O'lldre-t's hantM,
Irimmted and unitimmed. And in eennteet
ing~ wareroomns White Goode, l,inens, Enm
br4'ideries, Lnce.. Nets, Un)las, Betts,
Hlandkerch,iefs, Veiling, hlead Neots, &o
Nos,. 287 and 289 BaltImore street, Balti
These goods are manufaclured by ls or
bought for Cash directly from the Euaropenn
and Amiericarn M~sanutactu0rers, embrasing
all the latest novelties, nnequalled in va
riety and cheapness in any market..
Orders Ailled with care, proamptneus and
dispatch. mar 12-2w
A pples I A pples I
T H very best quality of t he above brand,
Prhdand ready fo r use at
febS U.0. DESPORTES &CO.
- Meal and Honiig.
EALP a4 ilomnn-fresh. Just redelved
TiCKETS to the CONCERT
Fair ani honest doaling in Dry Goods,
[late, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunkv, &o,, can
be had at
DAVIDSON & CO'S.,
Now Dry Goods Emp ,rlu', no t door to
Elliott & Co's,
J. 0. BOAGPS.
Early Ito8o, Eurly (loodrich, Pink Kye
fluck Eye Iand Peach Blow Platoes, 011ion
'3Im. Gardeii -eed., Dry Salt al Smoked
Blacon and 8houllers, 'uinr Cured Uican
vnssed flans, Lard, M.ackerel. )rup-i,
Molas,es. Stigtrs, Coffees, Tens, Sod;.
zoaps. Candles. Starch, lucing, alu,lard.
'e per, Spice, lutt.egs. Coscenitaed I.ye,
P lit-IIh, Flour, MMal. Gris, Iice, Salt,
Cheese, Nanenaroni. Canned (loo,Is, lisins,
Nuts. Candies, ( akis. C:eckers. Vigars,
amoking and Chewing Tobacco, Illacking,
-4hoi, Powder, Caps, Nails, Kero4ene Oil.
All of w -ich wil! be sold aNs low as Ifb low.
est. J. 0. 10AG.
Bargains I B rgains!
In Dry Goods, Alapnesa, English hleri
nos. DeLnine-, Furs, Clonkm, Shawls. La.
dies Merino Undervests. Boulovards, Lndivs
Ilas aid Bonnets, Chignons. All of which
will be sold at greatly reduced prices.
J. 0. lJOAG.
Low for Cash.
A large assortmient of Mens, Wome.i''
Ml9ses Shoes, Men's end Boys 1lats And
CapI. Crockery, Lamps, Chimineys, Tin
an-l Wooden Ware. Call on
feb 8 J. 0. BOAG.
CROSS CU ' SAWS, Anvils, Vices, Chisels.
Augers,.linges, Lap Rings, Tin Oilers.
Monkey \renohes, Molasses Gates, Orub
bing floes, Picks, Colfeo Mills, Iron, Steel,
Nails, Tablo cuttlery, Pocket Cuttlery,
Carpenter's Tools, &o.
Tobacco I Tobacco I
The best Chewing and SmoklCng Tobacco,
call and try them.
Hemlock andi Oak Sole Leather, Kilp and
Upper Leather, lirness Lenther, Shoe
Hammers, Pinchiers, Knives, Thread, Nailsc,
feb27 0. Rt T\MOMPSON.
A LL persons hiavinag claims ngninst thec
.Estate of A. K. Beaty, decensed, will
present them legally ..t cest oid wit hitn t heo
time pre.scribed by lnw. Those Indebted
will maake im-vnediaite pay tment to
mar 9-lawmxmA dr.
SilER IFF'S SA LES.
B Y virtueo of caudry . xecuttions to me
dlire'cted, I will ofYer for sale no. Fair
field Coiurt House on the first M~onday and
the (lay following, In A pril next, with.x
In thle legal hourtts of stale, to a he highest
bidder. for cash, the following Property.
Purchasers to pay fot ii les and sttaps:
One tract of land in Fairtiold Cotunty,
containing 400t acres, more or less, hotatd
ed by lands of Thomnas Dacwkins, - hiuttch
inson atnd others. levied upon as (te pit.
perty of WV. J. Dawkins. cc thme stit of TI.
J. Daxwkinm, surviving Adlministrator and
One trnet of land In Fairfilid Cotinty
knownm is 'Ito -llome Plneo." conaalhitng
150 acres, more or less, boundedi by Icandis
o'f John Robe'rtson. TI. J. ii Jonesc and
lands, lately ownted by James IHarrison, des.
Also one oth,er tract of land known as
tlte -.Darling lacne..'' cotcanining 80 aeces,
more or less, bonnd.-d by bto,eds ort Jiohn
Rlobertson, lacnds lat ely oiwnedl by Jamtes
hlinrison,, dac.sed, 'hicomna ?loore anid
others .eviedc upon as the prcopie,ty of
Ahbram D). Jones, deceased, at the suit of
J. M. M'o'iollu,m, Adnmr for D). (Crosby andl
L. A C, Est ice, A dhtitustrant' c, ng:cit,tr
Tholmas .J. HI. Jones, Executor of Ab.raA
ii. W.LDI)VA L,S. F. v.
Sheriff 's Oflice,
Wcanshorc,, Macrcht 9, 1872S.
AFINE assortient of Fresh Ptick Can.
dies, 1( ses, Almincd Candy 8uagar
Ploms, Almondts, Iaisins. Engli<ht Walanut
Pecan, Hazel and Bntttcer Nr"as Jttst iteni..
ed. U. 0. DESP'OI T ES, & Co.
Flour I Flour I
l' NAVE inst resetedc a large lot of choice
IFamily and Extra Flour. For sale at
the Iowdut market prio.,
A hot of Prim. WIlte Corn,
mar 16 R. J. MOCA!tLPi,.
.Boots and Shoes,
LA.RQE lot of Sot.sand Shoes, juist re
eelved by NoINTTag & a.
FROM this day we havi marked all ow
WOOLEN 0OOO)3 down to
Cost Price for Cash.
Barg ains will be given in every kind
A intor Goods. Call soon.
LADD BROS. & CO.
Fresh supplies of Drngs, ledieines
Paints, Oils, Bitters and Toilet Goods
constantly arriving at our Drug Store.
BEATY &% BRO.
OFFERS FOR SALE.
I Carload of good Mixed Corn.
1 Car load of Good Whito Corn,
1 Car load of Good N. 0 1--y,
1 Car load ot fro.. rLtour, good, IETTER
and lyre .1ualities.
:& lihds. and boxes Bacon and Bulk
18 Ilids. and IbIa Molasses,
25 Saoks Bolted Moal,
6 Backs fine lominy,
26 :alf bbla. and Kits Mookert],
Early Rose, Goodrich and Pink Eye Pu
E. W, OLLEVER & C0,,
Has just, received a lot (f extra fine pure
APPLE BRAND Y,
which lao guarantees to be genuine, and
will give satisfaction to all lovers of (ood
BACOT & 0O., A gents.
WP are now prepared to lurn.isht thlaose
exAcel'ett Fert ilizers, ore to oirder them11 1o
any Depot In the. County, at I he following
pirice, with I hle freighat added, viz:
Stono Svduble, $-15 oashs or 50 on t ime,
p'ayable 1st November necxt, without inter
S/ono Disso/oedS25caeh, or 1 i on iimo, pay
able 1st Novenmber next, w ahout. initerect.
if thie Planters will co pare prices. Ilhey
will see that our Pert ilizers are cheapier
than moat of those offer.d for sain ansd we
believo tem to be equally as good as any
offerrd to the publie, DCI O
feb 20BA T&C.
Etiwan F ertilizers.
W4 11. DwIght, A gent,
]S prepared to furnish all grads of those
i vamble tasanures or to os der thsemu to
any depot ins the lUistriot'
gulwans 0utsio, $65 csh~, $00 on limo
wi. hona, interest.
Eliwans Crop Food1, $40 cash, $16 on
Eliaan Dissolved Bones, $36 cash, $10
On httnd a high grade of Eliwan Gsunno
ins 601b, nacks for gardeninig purposes, prie
$2, 60 per sack. feb 1 2m,
BEATE' & JURO., Agent,
E are howpreared la Iu pre'i h.o
WVPerlilisers or ordeY th.a4n'fo ats* lo
p.st in the Connlay,-t, the following - rates,
Atlauaio P'housphsat $48 pier ton cash, or
$62 per ton payable 1st November next,
tree of int er, st.
Acid Phosphaste $28 per ton cash. or $81
per ton payable lst Novenmber nexl, free oft
latereet. feb 8.-2mi
Call and Get Thorms
1,000 Fine F"resh Oranges at 76 cents per
dozen. Also a lot, of.very fine Nost born
Apples. A. P, MiJ.LLER,8,
feb 28 EOpnfectionuu.y.
O F Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Almonsds,
Pecans, Englhsh Walnuts, Brasil
Nte,d4. a uts, and fresh Candies,
fab 1A. 1'. MuLLE R.
I Car load Primuo Whit. Corp,
I Var loaid L,iverpool Salt.
Smold nnd T) - Sat Clt'Frr Rib Sides.
inviiN,nd anrid U:ea..ss -'tr Cred
1l1m114s, Prime Lr I., ri. wet Itift ii and N.
r 0. Molakes "'riL of Anignrian" Flour,
1lho fines.t inl nirkel. Figairs hnl CoffMs of
all grades, - I imse not i I ule Shoes, anld
Nails, SfSpades, ' hovels and llay Forks, all
kinds of' Woodeu Ware, lanes, Trae
In my Lnmber Yard, a cholco lot of
Lnimber and Shingles In addition I have
a mtiall reniant of it stoc-k of Crookery,
whiclh will 1o dispo'led o' A Y' C037.
My lermnso a 40ELa 3 or 30 days
on a afe Riik.
Parties wittnting anyt hing in my linewill
find it to their intorost to price my goods
before purhising olewhero. Every art.
01o % arrauted.
10110 nwsiwis Whio Bread Corn,
10 Caks C. It. White and Smoked IN
: (-sks Canvassed and Uncwnviused
I Oisk Smokied Dried lieef and Toitigev.
80 11liS. ('omn q0.8ls ,
5jhlN New Orleati% \llases,
10 libli. Petrl Gri,t, A, vx-C ind C Sit
glar, 10 Sacks J:na. aIligninyva and It io
CofWee, Bolted Famtily Me:l, Unhoieu. Fresh
(rmnd Aoal at sOIuma priou as white br-4-d
D. R. Flenniken.
-Andl pop goes the corks from that celo.
brtedoi Cl icntr (ham pu no, P'iker IT<dd
10ick Chiampgne, \lef-wrains Ale, huns A Ic,
IIiirnt's Londomn lIrown Stourt Port or, beu
uudes severnal oilher tricks of' a poprping rn
Iiuren all or' whiichr can bie founr1 at
A. P rWflcir.
WEwould respectfullIy keep the peoplev
li iinred t hat we are consta rnt ly reecliig
arid keepr oni kand a good stock of throso
Shoes wichr have mads rind kept so manry
dori ig thre recent cobi arid welI weathr,
Also, Fine lh>,ltced " TA IR IJ/EL" M cal,
Flour, Bacon, ilome Canrned Preaches, Tiu
Ware arid "hots" of' ohier
Cheap for thro ap->nulrix."
McL~AU10lLTN & J0II/NSTON.
ut uniabmoro arid Fiairfiold bistt iot, that I
trive jiust retrniedi fr'an New Ytork andc
hrave prchd iced ai f.ll iassritmeunt of Watch,,
ros. Jewelry, C.,locks. 8peutacles, &c., trand
will sell tat thre lowest prices, and would
repec fualhy sk thre onrrninanarce oif the
pratrowage of my othi friends sand cnstomer's,
All goods wnrrnanted ras repiroented. 1 am
prreparedl to do eli kindr of Watch rand Jew.
urlty wtork arid have~ anluurny a good r took oft
good material on handn, andl will gurarantse
'uniliniction, All work wiarranrted.
.HIA RLLES MULI.ER.
Secend door from Col. Rion's Ofhee,
North. Carolina Shcas I.
LO'i' of. .Shaoe nanatutred in. Nort4
~Crohina, justL reqeived, Also a flee
lot of Jugr. an I Jars.
feb 8 U. (). DIMPOftl'E' & CQi