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A Boy Organist.
Mozart'a first experience of a large
organ was in the monastery of a little
town on tho banks of the Danube.
lie was then only six years old, and
in company with his father had left
hii home i) Salzburg, and started
upon a long courso of travel. All
day long they had been sailing down
that majestio river, past crumbling
ruins, frowning castles, oloisters hid.
,an away ainoug the crags, towering
Cliffs, quict vilioges ncstled in bunnlly
vialleys, and bere and there; a deop
gorge that opened back from the glid.
ing 'iver, its hollow distauce blue
with fathoinloss shadow, and its
loneliness and stillnes stirring the
boy's heart liko sonie dim and vast
The company of monks with whom
they had been traveling that day
were at supper in the rofoetor y of tho
cloister, when fathe r Mozart took
Wolfgang into the 6chapel to sco the
And now as the boy gazed with
something of awe upon the great in
strument looming up in the ohadows
of the great, empty church his faco
lit up with serene satisfaction, and
every motio it and attitude of the lit
tle figure expressed a wondering
reverence. What tones must even
now be slumbering in those mighty
piyos-tones which, if onee awakein
od, could give utterance to all that,
voicoless beauty which the days
scenes had showed him-life anld
death, present and past ; the peaceful
river and the deserted ruin ; the sun
shine unfailing and the unfaiding
bsadow at its-side.
"Father," said the ' boy, "explain
to mae those pedals at the organ's
feet, and lot me play.'
Well p'eased, the father complied.
Then Wolfgang pushed aside the
8tool,and when father Mozart had
filled the great bellows, the lGan or
ganist stood upon the pedals, and
trod them as though lio had never
needed to have their management ex
How the deep tones woko the
sombre stillness of the old chureb !
The organ rcomtned great uncouth
creature, roaring for very joy at the
caresses of the marvelous child.
'ho monks, eating their' supper
in the refectory, heard the tones, and
dropped knifo and fork in nstoiisi.h
suent. The organist of the brother
hood wias among them ; but never
had lie played with such power 'id
freedomu. They listened ; soino grew
pale ; others crossed themselves ;
till the prior rose up, summoned all
his courage, and hastened into thc
chapel. The others followed, but
whon they looked up into the organ.
loft, lo ! there was no form of any or
ganlst to Lu seen, though I he den
tones still miias.sed th1mseilves III niew%
harmnoniep, and im aide the stone nrehoc
thrill with their power. "It i.; thie
devil himself," cried i n inst k.eo of
the mionks, drawing cieser to 011 (
his Com11palliolls, anld giving IL scared
look over his shoulder into the dark
ness of the aisle.
"It is a miracle !" said nnother.
But when the oldeSt of their number
mounted the stairs to the organa
front, lie stood petrilled with amaze
There stood the tiny figure, tread
ing fromn pedal to pedal and at the
same time clutching the keys ab'ove
with his little hands, gathering hiandi
fuia of the o wondeifuil obords, as i
they were violets, and flinging themu
out into the solemni gloom behin-.
be hid lhimi. 110 low':rd niot hing. aan
not hing besides ; his )Ces beameel
like tars, and his whole lace ligte
- with impassioned joy. Louider aaid
ful1ler rose the lharmaon ies, st inimin i
forth in swvelling bilIlows, till ati lam
they seemied to reaach a sunny shiort
on which they br~oke ; iand thenr
whispering ripplo (of faintest meilody
lingered a moment in the iair, like ta<
last munrmiur of a wind hard, and al,
Exiraordinary Scene at n1 Wret'k.
A correspundont, descaibing thn
wreck of the s-teamer A gra, off 'aille
hound from Ca leut ta to~ London vit
the Suez Canal, saybS that aftcr t hi
vessel strucki on ihe rocks the passen
gers and crew haid bairely t imte ti
escape into the boats, as the si..
eanme t umblling over thea sides, sweep
ing everyting biefore themi, carryinj
away one poor invalid sailor amii
bursting open the eages and (lens of am
extensive amenaigerie on board goi ng
home from the Zoological G anitew.
The 'ecaapo anmd -t rikaing o ut amo
the waves of a crowd of tigers, ela
phants, &o., and their roars an
screams adding to the terror of th,
wroteI ed passengers8, presented
spectacle that will not soon1 be forgot
ten. One elephant miainaged to swin
ahore, as did one of the inhabitant
of the adjacent coast, who are said t<
be living in a state of siege, not duir
ing to venture outside their barrica
The besinel ifa we have sect
from South Carolina for a long time
is that t wo first-class locomotivea
have lately been turned out of the
South Carolina railroad shops at
a cost considerably below Philadel
phia prices, and, the (Charleston pa
pors say, fulily equal to the best Nor
thaern-built engines. Tfhe more of
such items the South can furnish, the
better is tI c guarantee for her future
permnanent prosperity. Many millions
of dollars would be kept in theC
Southern States by the establishment
of work-shops, such as in the North.
ern States give employment to thou
Bands of mechanics, and the work
once fairly begun, it will be fonod
that thme haome-manufactured article
will bo in m,. at cases not only as good1
a that whaieh is now broughit tram
p hroad, hut actually cheapr.- Con
Villainy In Louisiana.
Nrnw OR.EAN5, November 1.-A
letter from ex-Judge Merrill, dated
Colfax, Grant Parish, October 29,
k: is : "Inl haste, and with feelings of
ho ror, I writo to inform the public
of the action of the Metropolitan
police, runt here by Lieutenant-Gov
ernor Antoine, during the absence of
Govornor Kellogg. On Saturday
night last, the house of a most respoo
table widow lady, on Rud River, was
ited into, near this placo ; doors were
broken open, and the unfortunate
lady and her daughter, of seventeen
sum ers, take n out and, horrible to
violate, violated. Neither of the
ladies could ba foiind until late $uu
tiAy afternoon. An infant, eighteen
snonths old, and a grand-child of ex..
Governor Wells, was found out in the
wouls, somue half mile from the house,
and neur the spot where the foul deed
was perpetratod. The infant was a
niece of the lady and child of Mumk
ford w'lls, oldest son of ex-Governor
Wells. The negroes up here all say
that it wild soldiers, and we all be.
ievo that if they were not the perpe
trators, they instigated the negroci
to the horrid (Iced of Infamy. It i
said here that when Col. DeKline
was informed of the outrage, he
smiled, anti said his troops were up
let c for a higher purpose than arrest
itg mon for suich petty offenecs.
Antoine is believed to have sent
these creatures up here to give the
negrocs a chaneo for revenge, and
one of them told tho writer that he
had the right now, under the protee
ton of the United States, to ahoot
any white man he wanted to shoot, and
violate any woman he met. He said
to him, that theso Were State troopi
atd not United States troops, and he
replied, that the Colonel had said, at
a icgro ball, the nlight before, that he
wanted all the colored people to come
aid see hiin ; that now they could dio
i they pleased, as they were under
tho protection of his soldiers."
Memphis Ledger: "A little
crumpled package arrived af the
iyir's oilie this morniing, which
has a touch of history. It was sent
by Mhr. John A. IHughes, a merchalit
vt iptingfield, Ill., who has been ne
tive iii collecting noney for the dis.
tiie.-ed people. It was tightly rolled
up iii two or three shects of tiot very
white letter paper, and ountaiied live
dollars and live cents, nearly ill in
one, two 4nil three cent pleces anti
itk 'les ; aIlso t wo fade ; pieces of
paper curroncy of the old five and ten
ct''ta' issue. Evidently this was
some child's treasure, the accumuai
tie!ns of a little Lox for inonths or
years. Oa the inner wrappitg was
writ ten, "Little billy's money, to go
to a poor child ;' on the outer paper,
written in a different hfainl, 'Fron
lit lo illy, for ti-e Meiphis suffer,
er- a dyin is. quest.' Nu other ex
lalnation was given.''
An exchange says that a olorgymnan
reinoving froi one city to another
narked a large box containing hit
sermons, "Keep dry." If hiq conigreo
gaoions do not pay promptly lie had
better ilace on that box the addi.
tionTal mark U. 0. 1).
S ooner or lat or all wvill be forcedi to ad
it, tha t miiiaul lab~or' cannot comnpeto 11I
trptality of' woirk iih machinery, andi non
are' so I.'indl as not to not ice thle grea
redutlion in Ite price of an at tic, a
soo n an machineutry is adoted i to it
miiatnufatcturne. No' line otf goods haiv e bee
more~i favoirablly ii l'eetedi by skillfulily mat
n it'iniry, thian D~oor s, Satshles, Iindmu
tare used to get up stock for Messrs. 1. 11
- .ur.L & Cs., Chle uston 8. C. Agents fo
thle host riati g and lininzg. Asbiestes' Fel
eveir utsd. Send for price list andu cireu
Por loss of' appetite, D)yspepsmia, Indliget
lion, lDepression of 8ptiritst & GeneraO'
lietbilIity. in thei ir variouis forms, ferrc
phospo~ inated elixir of Calisava madle bt
('uwtxi-., Ib .IA Ii & Co,, Ne'w York an
idt by~ aill dlruggists, is the best tonic
As ai stirmulanti tnii tor ptatents reCcovei
ing from fever' or othiier sicknert~., it ham
ino e'qual. If Iak en diurin g the seasoni
p reven fever andh aguio and othier inter
NEWV ADlVERITISEM ENTS.
HNGCfA88, male oir femnak
$XT 0t a week guaranteedl. Resptet
ciii employmnentI at home, day tin evening
toief ift al re'qiuired ; full i nstruictionts nai
valuable package of goods sett'i free b
mal. Addtress, with Iit cent ret urn stan
M. YOUNtI & CO., 178 GIreenwich at., Neo
FOR PORTABLE and STATIONAR3
CIr'cular Sawt Mills. To cut fret
to30 to 3000o feet per hour with one saw
alng, Mu tley' and Sash tiaw MIills, P'ortabli
G '.rist MIills l~efliel's Turbinte Water Whtech
Caud overy kind of Matchuinery acecesory tt
lie imanutfactutre of timbher.
Ad-lrm'rs, (Aico, pauge & I..
No, " N. SchiroedIer St., liiore, MIa
IS'end fot' Descriptilve Cataloguec and Pric'
WV A S H IN TON la
Agenits t Waiited for a completo hiisioi"
of oure Nat ioinal ('api tal. Its origini, grow il
exc'ellencites, abucse.,. becauties, and pecrsotn
..ges are all port rayed in t hat grapii
st yle 'which hans placed the auithor, (loo
Alt'. Townsenid, aiimng the foremost news
paperi'correspondenuts of the dine, It gire
hold start ing, t ruthItfni inI sido v'ieuw oi
WAash~ingtoni lif'e, and Coiigressuionai antl
i*n hby is J~.obbery. Dooks read!,' for do.
li'y. Extra t erms for tis $eto. A d.
dres3. JA3M ES IlE'TT &l Co., Hart fordh Ut.
iMURDER. No, we wonl only call
atten111lion to our W~ell Anuger, with which a
man can earn $25 per tday itn good terri
t ory. It boron any diamteter, an I ordiniary
wells at the rate of 150 ft. per day. Farnm
Township & County Rlights for sale. Dos.
ciiptive book sont oni recept of 90. pea'
tago. Adr's A UGFt Co. mt. Loua Mo.
Write for Large Illustrated Price List
sMllffFiiELD3T "m11SBURk PA.
Breech.loading Shot Gtuns $.t0 to $3000
Double 8hot (iuns, $8 to $150. Single
Guns, $3 to $20. Riflcs, $8 $76. Re.
volvers, $0 to $25. Pistols, $1 to $8.
Oun Material, Fisihing Tackle. Largeodis.
count to Dealers or Clubs. Arhiy Guns,
levolvors, &o., bought or trade(ld for.
Goods sent by express C. 0. D. t o be ex.
amined before paid for.
The8 only hilWil Medicinec
TIIAT AT Ti1:ns.\1V T0.191
Purges, Purifies, iid St rengthens the
Dr. Tut('s 1llh- are comnponied or many
'ngredients. l'rominet among themf are
sarsparilla anl Ill ild Chertry, s . utuited as
to act together ; lite one. through its ad.
mixture with other stiusIntices. pirifying
and iurging; while tie other subsiaitanes
purifylng and urging ; while the oliher is
Ilrengthening tie sysiemi. 'Thus tlese
Pills are at the sam.ie time a tonic and a
cathnrtio, a depideratuei long sotghl by a
medical men, hut nevtir before discovered.
In other wnrds, they dio the work of two
medclines and do it much Ibetter than tiny
Iwo wo know of. for they riemove nothing
fro m tile syirnm but ilpuities, so that
whilo I hey purge they also strengthen and
hence they cause no debilitj aud are fol.
lowed by nto reaction.
Dr. Tutt's Pills have a wondet Al itiflii
once on the li'oodi. They not only purify
without weakening it bit they remove nil
noxious particles from tie chyle before it
is converted into fluii, and th trs inakes in
pure blood ai in t ci impossbiility. A s
there In ito debilitation, so thers is no
nnu-eo or sickness ultetiding tlie operai iion
of thi most. exc.iilenti medieit.. which
ne ver starin or torltures tie digestive
organs. but. causes them to work in a ier
fcctly nat utral mnainer : hince persons In
king Ihem do nut becoet iale aid emuueia
ted, but (in tlh coitrnry, whiie all tipuri
ties are being removed, I Ie combined ac
tion Oif the Sr' parilla and Wihl Cherry
pui rintes n! invig )te-s Ile- body, iind a
rohouit AI.g e or ietilt is the result. of
their initied act ion.
Price 25 eni' a box. Sold by all )rug.
gista. Depot 48 ''orlarndt St. N. Y.
A C'iR 't 1, nasmaItion ! A-,eoat
Wantled Ra.l Sala1ry. or Co.nirtiesitni id
loweil. S1iieily hoiorable. Address, F. A.
SLh~ & CO)., Charlutie, Micl.
Agents Winted. r-end for Ca alogue.
Domlesti, Sewing Machine t'o.,
for (lte purpo t0sc of t iiiding in IhIe estah.
A Or-utd Concert. will le iven in tihe
city of Newark, N. J., on November 15
1873, at wIhich timo atnd place
$2.7).0t0 IN Ct hI
will lie distribti .mitoig Ticket- hrolders.
This enterlprise is ebtarIteted by byh"t I.egi
lat ire of r le Stat e (if New ,ersy, or tihe
purpose abiove rnamed, & pttrch r ol
ticeke ts tenn relIy upIon perfect lair ess tn
the disni ribit ut ni n rn omitpaiiy menlt of
the tCirls ns nither:imed. Ticke-u. Si (6
for $5, la3 for $10 28 for $it. $2 .5,0t t in
- Casht Cift s. The foilowintg (lit s w 1 Le
distrI cbute nooi rcng tIcrkit. hold .-s i. hunt
a d intely after thie t'oneri , tind G ifts paid
i imedia;t ely t itereier i.
s tOnegign cas gift S$50,000
' Onre grandrc ecalt gtft, i5.Ot00
Fi Oneic grandiu e-Ith gifit, 10.Out)
Ono grandiu cash gift, 50
1 cashI gift, $.000
I caish gifll, 8,t000t
r 1 cash giti, 2,titut
I enish gift, 'dt~t'1
I cnsh gift, 2.000
1 crash gift., 2.Ot0t
- ciash gift. 2,tt0t
I cas gift, 1,000tit
1 cash gi ft, ,0
I enshi gift, 1 .t0t)
1 ech g~f, J ,01u0
1 eashi gift. I 0th)
I cashr gilt, 1.00t0u
I caush gif'r, I pa'na
1 entsh gilt, I 10
I cash I gift, i1,tttt)
It0 cash girls, $500 ce~ch 5.0ut5
20 entb gifts 2t0 4)p
l10l cash gift s, 100 'a 1t0.0t
2111 cishi gift ii, Si, ; 10,ttt
5,010 eutsh gills, 10 "i 5it0tthi
5.U0t0 en slh gt t n, S ii 25.ti00
15,00t0 cashi giftsa, I " I5. t00t
25,351 cash gifts amoutinig to $225,000
As we emrploty no Agetsi outtsi~e of thle
large ci iece, iwe a re thu ts enabile to give to
rpurchasers thre biieefit of lie coriss~i.:in
thart mroubil othrerwise gir to thre Acnt.
W v will ltherefore send you thititri eu
-tickets for $10, or 28 for $20 ;6 for $5
Single tickets one dollar eachi. All corm
mniciat ion prompultly Jans wered.
'l'he d ishit triut will be, conduict ed by
a swotrn commtritti'e, who will deide truon
the fatirest and mrost impilartiail mtode oifdie
ribut Iion . A list of numiber to whIcicth
gifra nro awvardedl will be sent to every
pur~chaser immiredinatelly rifler gtie l'onreert.
We iwill send tickets by e'xpre'ss, atnd col..
letionr dehlrivei' ry, whn so ordered. lDt sirie
arid send y'our' tull add ressr-rnunme. town i,
coun y rnnd Sltte, plainl wi1'iritteni. As
ovet' noe hralf of t he t ickets ar~e already en
gagedi by Agents in tire cities inenr by. we
would advise t hose whio des rue onte or
more t o forwiard their orders tt ui at. one'
Do riot delay.
"Knwincvg I he managera of this entter.
pirim.i we enn asre r thIIe pulic ht it
wvill bea grand suiccem, and every coni
dentce enn be placed in it."--Semar/.
"Ther itaniagers of this enterprise are
nmen of chiatracter tad abrility, and t here
is nro doubht bitt they wsill mnke' tie et er
prise eminently succesfu.'---euarA
Address, PtETERS & Co., Directors
Newark, N. J.
SUGJARL AND COFFEE!
-j iirB. Powdleetl Sugar.
. 15 bble. Crishred, Extra C. and Demna'
rara .Augars, Primo Rio Caffee, in store
and, forn sale by DBATY & BRO1.
IN E V E0 R
Neglect a congh. Nothing is more cer.
tain to lay the toundation for future evil
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
are t auro cure for all dieenses of IIthe le
spiratory Organs, Bore Tbront, Cold:,
Croup, Dipi ieria, AthIiin, Ca Irrt
Ioarseness, Dr; ness of the Throat, Witi
pipe, or 1lronchii Tubes, anl all Dis.
eases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however
sken, Ihebo Tablets should he pronptir
anid freely used. They etitalize th civreu
latition of the 1.1-)'. mitigte the sevei it t of
the attak, -tI vill. inl a very ishort time,
restore healthy action to the afYfeted or.
1% ell's Carbolic Tableis, are pitt ip on!y
in bhte boxy,. Take no su htbstiin:te.. I r
they eit he foint ri yttr i- n .zisi
5snd sitt once to lit A mitin iii Ne ,v or;.
who will foir.mr'el hOmit 1)% rt'o- iuirn ii .
lout't lie dlCeiver by iii nt ioni.
Sold by ttruz.-ists. 'rive ':. a B3ox.
JtIN Q. Kl- l.(GG. 18 l'hitt S41. N. Y.,
Feil for Ciutkular. 'ole Ageit lr the
CITIZENS' SAY1NI BANK
bepOsils if ai d fllti'pwiltb!i Revivdl,
0 1 Al' V . ' 1-.%V111l-? t' -|-;.1" 7'.* /11;'|' .. .11 y YN 'M
ON (E'R' IV -'1C..l T1 ()I,.>-' I I'lr
ANP N .'X l /.; /i ' -i' 'U o.1I' oy/.
CU UN 7.
0 I. E R S'
Wi. Malrtin, lrs:e t
John 11. Painmer, Vice- 'resi-Ilnf.
A. G. !renizeir, CasAi;er.
J. If S:,%wyer inl genetral charp94.
Johu C. 1i. nSmith, Asistant Cashier.
Wndo lmnp ttn, l! iN a iin. A. C.
Iiiskell, F. W. McM ia-ter. 1% i' . l'einitsh,
onit It. Pahn' ill er, Thollmas f. (iit ,
G. 'I. Scot t, New'berry.
\v. 0. .\anyo-, \ ehery
B. 11. Ruei ,(htba n
Daniel l nveni, Jr , Ulie on.cHf
Sam'l 11, C'owiey, As-iktat Cnshier.
Planfer ., Mlceh-olies, aIntl l'o in
Men, Willo'vs, (J. pluang, Tr %e~s n,
(mitiy Olier . lu -int m--Ii Io .
thev lave to tr, t 1:-., ,.in- ler . .
it, tihus a- i'1i'.- :til ritks o theo ai
dlestru .:,m I.-, h;ve, ned rnt the -ene tiin
draw ilatervisl I),LIeon till lee.. -il.
A D D D ] l
/ Fine mssort mett. if lelln.
. h igore I-: .r li.- h .- d ! -y .':
alu Sadles, tog..t haer ih !bi]! -.. It in
Strp laher 1111IS atI Stirru'lp It titlre
cli .tred I-t Ilbe
LOWVEST F1(TPE G !
U.G.11 1110| |: j C G
Iron in th2e Blo
MAK(ES THE WEAK STRCNG,
T'he Perwevian S rp a P'o(<-et..
ed Solution of the J'r'otoide of
iron, is so combinerte as to hare
the charactcer of' an alimnt~n. as
casily, digested usut atssimniltaecd
with the blood ais the simipi:t
foiod. It inLcreases'. thie <qa iit y
of .Nter' Own Vitali:ing~
.Agent, Ir'on in the blood, and
cures "a thousan id illa,'' simnply
by Toning up, Jn iigIoraetin y, a ndt
J'italizIng( theC Sy/stem. The cui
9'ichied (and -vitalizced blood per'
2nelets Ceery) part of'the bodyq,
9'e'paIring. damag(e(s (ande weatc,
seariching oult mnorbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing f'or
dlisea sC to feecd uepon.
This is the itccrrt of the wton..
dlerfl s~uccess of this 'Jremeidy in5
cur2intg D~yspepsia, Liver Comt
plaint, J)rop)sy, Chrionic Diar'
Loss "of' Cons.titulonal Tigor,
Diseases of' the Kiidneys~' - and
aEnd ell diseaes~O'~/. oriinting in
a bad state of tile bl-ood, er ac
comp~an.ied by dlChilitti 0) a' 1ow
Sta(tc of the sypitcm. )eingq fco
fr'om Alcohoi. In in nyje forn, its
ene'gizeing ej)'ects ar.? eilot-s~
lowed by correscpondlint reue-C
tion, but (are permanUfe nt, Infu
life into allparts of the system,
and bldiny(U 'up anS 1ron Con
Thousandsq have bCIen chani geet
by the use of thits r'emiedy, /'i fln.
weaki, sickly, su.Qfer.ing e 'Oa
tugrcs, to strong, ilealily, andt
haeppyi men& and women ; andt
inva'(lids cn-not reasQonably hacs
ita-te to give- it a trial.
Sec that eafch bottle has P ERU
VIAN SY RU P i'lown in th c gt'ass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Propricotes,
No. 1 Milton Place, Boston.
BorLD DY Dna oots'r o na r.ttA.4r.ry.
ROOT' AND) SHO)E
'. a ts CC 114 NI:lit.ily.
thle coutry i, I .I t* .
t:ii t'i inii,. '.n I! tlh t I
~~ '-~ C lirii iu "I oai t 1.? i Yl'
or si(a:i" ni y Shop
in the iauit h. All w.ork
warranted to give saliefuv "on. My Shtop
ia next doorto F. Geu '-g' r
rnar 19 8. M. (hi lIII.iRT
Nails andii A xes,
.( KltIG cuti unils, assorte-a'; ( lioes
0 'Eta Patenut.1 Finish"' l'.trse
aIl Dozen Axes. L, iw for (.::h by
senL i LW?.'Y & til!A.
-111, I'o ial 111a141d ilac W'itiiii'-lit', S"ide
1111 f I~ lael.~ik ICik o iat eiIp a; t
'tal li o lC ', it*s. i I ( 'oa Cl ,
,mauk C asi. s.': w liel' Fw- sht B'al ookk i0'cp'i
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I C.RLPRtIC S.
at a ,r''-'at Va'aslaitotActaa
'a lly . o le ' u a -a
j1im*eC jtli tl fa gv
VERY bo-'y to kaow that I hAvc just
receired a nico assortment of
FRENCOi CANDIES I
Canned Go ts,
at the Daktrry of
Chlarlotto, ClA.-ntiauand AugtA
Co',UMtsA, Nov. 4 187.
T 118 followving Panspenger schedufle Vill
[be ruti over this roa1 on and after
MONDA Y, 20th instant :
DAY TRAIN-GolIN NORTIT.
Leave Augusta,. .ta Rm
6 Coluhmbia, S. C., I . i
It Winnsboro, 2.--I a I
" Chester, 4 -..8 p
Arrive at Charlotto, N. 0. 7;03 p1m
bAY TiRAIS--o,0) SOt: T I
Leave Charlot!e, N. C. at i tf .1 ,
" Chestce 9 51 a n
" Winnrhoro, I .-11a ImI
" Columbia 2 .18 a m
Artive at Augunfta 8 i p
NbOUtT TUA0;--rOsi'2 NORT11.
Leave Auigwta 4. 1.- p
"t Coh inhirt, 9 :;7 p) m11
i Wintiboro, 1-.133 1 n.
" Chushtr, 2 e r, r
Arrive aM Charlotte, 5. 13:
Nir YnAINH--1OIN(I sOUTII.
.eve Ccharlolee, 8.2. p m
" (hesrct-. 10.65 p .
Winnsboro, 12 :'; a
"' Cluinhia, 3.1 i
Arrivent Augusta, 8 15- i
JAM itS AN ) I IN, G pI ri Surt.
E. R. Duassy, GenI..u -ickot Agen
T H A T
A R EI) E CKEG
TIIAN J'VEls BEF'ORE,;
tngs. N'iion., l~adie
Triutiin g; I adhe- Sh o1.es,
Missee and chihiren's Shoes,
Also, a full li;;.e of i~ehanes and'
Merious andi a fii line of A' caM all
colors which wi are seiling at imnasely
reduced Prices suiting with the hhmhes.
We guaranteec atiifaction in
what ever w e say, and yont can
be assured ilhat w e me an.
just what w e ay.
Our STOC K in
suit the most,
be found in
this line In
menttt, youh need
need'u not loo.k
sure and giro ts
ai call. We moan
(do what is right
and give yont alt
that a mierchtant
can eff.'r to
Quick ealesan' sxImmall profits
are our yrordl.
Come and look at our immenso
stock of Itoots and
~OIRE N1E j1
I Car lat Liverpool andi Syracoeo Salt
6 Sacks Ground Salt,
10 Boros Soap aesorted,
8 IBoxos Adamuantins Candles,
2 Boies Starch,
1 Tieroe Rico,
1 TIieroo Lrsrd,
1 Tioroo llama,
All of which we offer low for
T HOSE Indebted to the iiu
dersigned for EIR'J4'ILTILIZERS
advanced (liring the past Sea,
son, are earliestly requestod.
to pay for the same by the
FIRST OF NOVEMBER.
After that time, the accounts
will be colleted by an At,
T. RI. ROIJERT'SON4
oct 1 8
Wilhers & Dwight.
NOwv offe1 to the public a
oompl U stock of creneral
llerchandize at CASI Prices
which will tempt the closest
A larq ( and eomplete line of
IH E1 '16 010DS!
Bleachled, Brownl. and checked.
A hteavy andc well seleictedi
asurnnt of' Jeans, :'romi
20 e.to 1,0per
RE A DYV M AlI' CLOTILUNU
of every gradle and style
tutl. of warirantedl
A superior assortment of woolb
eni andl CJotton hosI~)iery,
Lad(ies andh Gents
Fine Irish Linen Towels &c,,
A good assortmient. of' family
;ver brIoug!.ht to this mnarket.
Boots and( shIoes inl gr'eat
Yariet-y all( of Sit 1erior qu1ality,
Ntlouil i ii endless var-iety,
WE are now rc'eiving~ our Fall andi
Wjiter 8t ock<, whichel w il he futll andr ci ome
plete in a shlor( timei. Teols and 1"mpli
meenit. for' Ihe Pilanteri, I he o lchnic, the
smiith and Wool 'V d workmin. i l.eathei rs,
ChiainsA andi It.!tpe of all k indq, B:al ances
florso an ol Alate Si-oe1 W 'ood~ andi Tinu
WVares, V s.n and hiutygy Mateirials, &c.,
on hand nd tt r rive. We hiave two tons
of Cut Nil s onu handl.
a~ nico l'A of Groceuies, embracing
H ugi rs,
Apcea llamst, Lnrd,
'licoc. F*ish, I'hese, e'tfckers,
Tobacco, 80oaps. (caundles and Stairch.
All Low for the Cash !
llagging and Ties to arrive soon.
J. M. GALLOWAY & CO.
G o to Bacot & Co's. and purebalifse a kit
of New Family mnoss Maokoroi, pu6
up esp)ooially for Family Uso,