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Til H KKSIOCRATIC TICKET.
HORATIO SEYMOUR* OP N. Y. ;
GEN. F. P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI.
HEPHESEN TAT IVES IN CONGBESS.
First Congressional District-Harria
Second Congressional District.-A.
Third Congressional Distinct.-J. P.
Fourth Congressional District.-W.
STATE ELECTORAL TICKET.
For State at Large-J. P. Thomas,
of Richland; J. D. Kennedy, of Ker?
Firsl Congress iorutl District-R. F.
Graham, of Marion.
Second Congressional District-B. H.
Rutlodge, of Charleston.
T7tird Congressional District-A. C.
Haskell, of Abbeville.
Fourth Congressional District-E. C.
MoLure, of Chester.
Friday Morning, October ll, 1868.11
The October Election?.
Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Indiana will hold elections next Toes
day, and West Virginia Ootober 22.
Pennsylvania, at the last Presidential
?lection, gave 20,075 Republican ma?
jority. At the last State election,
(1867,) she gave 922 majority for the
Democrats. The offices to be filled
this year, are those of Auditor and
Surveyor-Generals and Congressmen.
Ohio gave a Republican majority at
the Presidential election in 1864, of
54,751, and at the gubernatorial elec?
tion last year, of 2,983; a full Con?
gressional ticket, and all the State
officers but the Governor, are to be
chosen this year. Indiana gave a
Republican majority of 20,189 for
President ia 1861, and of 14,202 at
the State eleotiou iu 1866. A full
State and Congressional ticket is to
be ohosen this year. "West Virginia
gave a majority of 12,714 for the Re?
publicans at the last Presidential
election, and.6,644 at the gubernato?
rial election in 1866. A full State
and Congressional ticket is to be
ohosen on the 22d instant. Nebraska
was not a State until 1866, when a
general election resalted in a Repub?
lican majority of 145, out of an ag?
gregate vote of 8,641. She also
chooses a State and Congressional
tioket this month.
A letter from a leading Democratio
journalist in Ohio, received in Wash
ington, represents the campaign in
that State exceedingly vigorous on
behalf of tho Demooraoy. He pre?
dicts the election of at least ten De?
mocratic members of Congress, and
Bays the indications are that the Do
mooratio State tioket will receive t
handsome majority. Pendleton, Ew?
ing, Stanbery, and other prominent
gentlemen aro addressing the poople
daily, and numbers of influential
Republicans are reported to have do
dared for Seymour and Blair.
The result in the Keystone State
must necessarily exercise considera
ble influence on the Presidential cnn
vass. It will indicate in what direc?
tion tho current of popular fooling is
turning, and in the same proportion
that it strengthens one of the two
groat political partios, into which the
oountry is divided, it will dishearten
and weaken the other. A Democratic
victory in the coming State elections
of Pennsylvania will be tho first bugle
note of triumph for the conservatives
in November. It will be A significant
augury of the near approach of a
thorough and radical reform in all
the departments of Government; of
the restoration of the Southern
States of the Union; of the revival
of trade and oommerce, on land and
on Bea, and the re-establishment of
peace, good order and fraternal feel?
ing among all classes of oar people.
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LABOE INCREASE IN CUSTOMS RE?
CEIPTS.-The receipts from customs
during the past week were larger than
the receipts for ?ny other week in the
past year, (says the New York Herald. )
The customs revenue in New York
oity alone ia greater than threa times
the aggregate receipts at the other
ports mentioned. New York, from
September 21 to 80, $4,684,462; Bos?
ton, $626,018; Philadelphia, $306,
415; Baltimore, $188,860; San Fran?
cisco, from August 24 to 80, $211,191.
Total receipts, $6,005,482.
Tb? Ksdlca? leader? SWr th* Troth.
Although the colored poople were
especially invited to the barbecue and
speaking on yesterday, there , vere
comparatively Aw present. Persist?
ent efforts had been made to keep
these people away, and these efforts
seem to have partly succeeded.
No greater evidence of the false
basis apon which radicalism rests
oould be given than this fact-that
the leaders of the colored people are
afraid to let tho rank and file hear the
other side. The colored poople wear
the yoke of soul slavery. They have
escaped the bondage of the body, but
have been placed under tho bondage
of the mind. They are the slaves of
the radical leaders. They daro not
think and feel and act for themselves.
That is, we refer to the great body of
them. It ?B time for thom to under?
stand that "they only are free whom
tho truth paites free." Aro they
willing to bo led liko sheep to de?
struction? If they would look to
their ultimate interests, let them dis?
card the ways of radio dism.
COLUMBIA, October 10, 1868.
Mr, J. Davis Jones, Orangeburg,
DEAR SIB: I suppousyou are aware
the Legislature has conjourned and
the time we were holden together
have planed out more work, made
more Acts, and a higher number ol
tax than was ever before consum?
mated by any body of Independent
f re om cn s dissembled here on any one
occashun, you must remember too we
haint had no easy time nuther, then
dod derned Democrats as is in th(
Legislature has mired us much, w<
would bee'n able now to sleep ii
hotels, eat in hotels, drink in hotels
and take lunches at Pollock houso
and play Billiards there too witl
Senator Randolph badnt it been foi
old Beemau of tho Senit and a fev
sich stripes in the house, but let en
go on its along turn vhat has no lane
You had better send and tako ou
paper here printod by Mr Denny, h
is a good man, an honest mau and :
true friend to our race, he thinks wi
all is his equals and sioh a man as tba
wus desarving of tho printing over
man like Selby of the Ph?nix even i
ho got fifty times ns much for th
work we gav out, his paper too ain
no slouch, look at tho brilliant star
what are argufying for it. Fire
cums Willard whose head soars lik
a martin and darts like an eagle on it
pray he has law to the very tip end
of his fingers and toes and in Byron
words thurs music whar ever ho goes
he is tho best Divorce man this sid
of Ilaskher. And look nt Chamberli
the case of Tom Walker, his argnfj
ing of that cause of acshun wusut
stop and go on but wus a go on a
the time, for a man who is a strange
and dident know tho laws of th:
State to come in conturdiction wit
sich as Ficklin Pope and Captin Tre<
will nint it enormous, and ho was soi
of jubus too that Willards decidi
would be agin him in sum pints bi
in course knowed aforchand it won]
result in favor of thc friend and men
ber of the League, our Attorne
Generals opinions is copied in all tl
forin papers as far ns Culiforuy,
seed them myself. Another of tl
writers of Mr Denny paper are a "ii
Hog. he are also one of the highe
Judges, and is running for Congres
and when ho gets there will pass
Act to make em change his name ;
the people hero calls him a Hog, b
he haint got any hog doins about hit
you never seo him rootin or cavort
round like a hog, thar may be tim
when ho bristles up, but that is wh<
ho argufys for us like in Newber
sich times as them ho may curl hil
self and squeal to sieh as Puysiug
and other scouting Parties who was
the rebel army-he is a man and
not afeard of torpedoes, or any si
The latest news is tho roarin poli
cals expects to havo a tremen j uo
time hereabouts to morrow. Th
calls him John Squincy Adams one
the signers of the Declination of ]
dependents is comiug hero to hoi
tion make, its all very good we 1
had our horation makers Moses, Bu
en Makky Elliott Cain Randolph a
some more who I expects talks as we
its their turu now to stand up ic
crowd and raise a contradiotshun 1
ration, but I reckon they will find
mighty hard to make things clear li
our mens Whipper Wright Wimbc
and Owens, I has no objection to 1
tin their breath floats, for I Uno
full well the last man that talks g
the best of it, let em go along in th
foelins with the horation makers
tho Democrat party we turns in a
upsets all the grand braveness
words, and oontordicts them at eve
turn, and shows what they calls wrc
we oalls wright, what they calls bl:
we oalls white. I has a porpensitv
obsarve, and I always gits at th? th
nest end of tho platform of th
meetings so as to make a fair start
git out reach of them oussed new ]
volving 27 shooters.
I must now eend and will give ]
more news after I h ea rn this Boat
man talk. Yours in Leagne K
SEVERING FROM THB LRAO?X.
Daniel Deo, Wm. B. Turner, David
Fowler, Benson Turner, Benjamin
Blackwell, John Blackwell, Zach.
Blackwell and Spencer Chambers,
publish a card in tho Picken? Courier,
stating that they have withdraws
from the Union League. The
Eeowee Courier, speaking of the
"In another column appears the
card of eight or ten citizens living in
tho neighborhood of Toxaway, in
this District, denouncing the Union
League and all connection therewith.
These men were once members of
this institution, and na they have
been heretofore good substantial
citizens, their withdrawal from the
body will be seriously felt by those
who remain. Wo heartily welcome
them, and any others who may como
out thus honestly jmd openly in the
cause of constitutional freedom."
The Courier adds that eleven color?
ed men in Toxaway, have left tho
THE PUBLIC DEBT.-The Baltimore
Gazette's correspondent writes from
Washington as follows:
Tho public debt statement for tho
month of September, which has been
given to the ?>ress, shows that the
debt of tho nation has not boen in?
creased since the August statement
was made up, but, at the same time,
it shows that it has been diminished
only a few hundred thousaud dol?
lars-and this, too, in tho face of the
unusually large receipts into the
treasury, and no interest falling due.
During tho months of October and
November, tho receipts will be very
light, and 830,000,000 in coiu will be
paid on the first of November, as in?
terest on the public debt. This will
largely increase the debt, and will
bear out the figures presented by Di?
rector Delmar and the Hon. Robert
J. Walker. It is charged here that
the figures in tho debt statement to?
day have been manipulated, with a
view to contradicting former state?
ments by outside parties.
The following are tho entire dis?
bursements of the Government for
the month of September: On account
of War Department, 88,959,311.02;
Navy, $2,270,762.62;Interior, 5,410,
005.27; customs, 81,325,846.90; Trea
8urv proper, 81,155,974.15; public
debt, 826,154,875.63; Treasurer, In?
terior, 8322,156.39; internal revenue,
8651,598.97; war, civil branch, 8127,
202.86; diplomatic, 856,707.71; quar?
terly salaries, 875,135; total, 846,
441,193.87. It is expected that tho
receipts have been somewhere in the
neighborhood of forty-seven mil?
lions. The cash balances on hand in
tho vaults of the Treasury are 813,
300,000 in currency and 897,000,000
in coin, including $20,000,000 in coin
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Major-General Howard delivered a
lecture in Washington, on Tuesday
night, giving his observations during
a late tour through tho South. His
remarks were apparently unpreju?
diced, and not calculated to give
much comfort to the radicals. He
stated candidly that the disturbances
were not confined to one party, but
there was a strong Democratic senti?
ment among tbe negroes, and he
fouud many Seymour and Blair clubs
of colored men. These remarks wero
incidental, his main topic being the
social, religious and educational con?
dition of the negro.
We aro requested by the Santuc
Democratic Club, to give notice that
a grand Democratic barbecue and
picnic will be given at Sautuo Depot,
Spartanburg and Union Railroad, on
Tuesday, October 20, 1868. Wo have
assurances that several of the Presi?
dential electors and State canvassers,
and other distinguished speakers will
bo present and address the pooplo on
that occasion. It is hoped that the
attendance from this and other Dis?
tricts will bo large, as every arrange?
ment has been mado for a grand mass
meeting. - Unionville Times.
THE DLECTION IN DELAWARE.-On
Tuesday last, tho election for inspec?
tors took placo in Delaware. The
Republican majority iu Wilmington
is only nine votes, which is a Demo?
cratic gain of 305 sinco tho mayor's
election last month. New Castle
Couuty gives a Democratic majority
of 612-a gain of 401 over the vote
of 1866. In Wilmington, the Demo?
crats elect a majority of the inspec?
tors, and in the County have twelvo
out of seventeen. The Gazelle says
the vote polled was unusually largo.
INCENDIARISM.-We have to record
the loss, by fire, of the gin house of
Capt. E. Pasley, in this District, some
ten days since. A considerable
quantity of wheat and some cotton
destroyed. It is regarded as the
WGik o? an incendiary, beyond ques?
Glorious news reaches ns from
Connecticut. Despite the strenuous
exertions of the radicals, and lavish
expenditure of money, they have
met a signal defeat. Large Democra?
tic gains have been made even over
the vote of last year.
Briok Pomeroy's o?e-Iegged sol?
dier still grinds "Dixie" for three
hours each day in front of hts office,
despite tribes and police, aud will
continue to do so until further no?
d t? ?Vf H ti 1 1 Vv i
Tho complimentary supper to Hon.
John Q. Adams, which was to have
come off last night, bas hsen post?
poned until to-morrow evening, at the
same hoar. A pleasant ti?e is conn- i
MAOISTSATES,-Gov. Scott has ap?
pointed A. TJ. Solomon, Esq., a ma?
gistrate for Richland District, and
Mr. A. Li. Boozer for Lexington.
ENLARGED.-The Soulhern Presby?
terian comes to us in an enlarged
form. Wo note with ploasnro this I
indication of tho worldly prosperity
of our religious friend.
Lowando's Brazilian Circus Com
;auy will perform in this city to?
morrow. The actors are said to bo
first class, and their feats of horse?
manship and general topsy-turvj'tisra
REDUCTION OF FREIGUT RATES.
Wo have tho gratifying intelligence
to communient? to our up-country
friends, that the rates of freigbt over ]
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
have been materially reduced-fully
twenty per cent.
DEMOCRATIC MEETING FOR MONDAY
NIGHT-SPEECHES FROM HON. J. Q.
ADAMS, HAMPTON, GARUNGTON AND
OTHERS.-Wo are authorized to an?
nounce that Mr. Adams and others
will speak, to-morrow evening, in
front of Carolina Hall. The speak?
ing will begin nt 7 o'clock p. m.
Seats will be provided for tho ladies.
The public generally aro invited to j
attend. Let there be a large meeting.
THE PLANET VENUS VISIBLE IN THE I
DAY-TIME.-The planet Venus be?
came visible to tho naked eye during
the month of June, and was visible
the first part of July, or before its
conjunction with the sun. A little
while after its conjunction with the
sun, it became again visible to the
naked eye on the West of tho sun.
It was visible to tho naked eye during |
tho months of August and Septem?
ber, and is now visible to the naked
eye. The only trouble in finding it,
is to know protty near where to look,
and when once fouud, it will surprise
the searcher that he did not see it ]
We have been reqaested to state
that the "Smart Children" will give
an entertainment in this city, on
Tuesday evening next. The price of
admission will be fifty cents-no half
THE NEW POSTAGE STAMPS.-The
Postmaster-General has just awarded
the contract for tho supply of stamps
to the Department for tho ensuing
four years to the National Bank Note
Company of New York. The now
stamps will be somewhat smaller than
those in use at present, but they are
of a superior style and finish, with a
novelty in design. Tho two-cent
stamp contains an engraving of a post
boy on horseback in full speed. Tho
threo cent has a locomotive under full
head of steam, the great carrier of
our domestic service. Thc five-cent
stomp contains ahead of Washington
Tho ten-cent, tho finest of all in do
sign and execution, has a miniature
engraving of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, executed with such delica
cy and precision that the picture suf?
fers nothing under a magnifying
glass. The twelve-cent stamp has an
ocean steamship, and the thirty-cent
has a finely exeouted engraving of the
surrender of Burgoyne.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAV.
Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand,
Rector, 10;.< a. m. and 4 p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, Pastor, IO a. m. and 3
Marion Street Church-Hov. S. H.
Browne, 10% a. m.; Rev. W. A.
Gamowell, 4 p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rov.
W. A. Game well, 10% a. m.; Rev.
Wm. Martin, 4 p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, 10 ? ? a. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Bogga, 10% a. m. and 4 p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. Lu Rey?
nolds, 10% a, m.
IMPORTANT TO TBAVELKRS.-Wo are
pleased to learn, on authority, that
the traine on the North Carolina
Railroad resume their regalar Sun
day trips, beginning on Sunday next.
This makes the connection perfect
via the Charlotte and Sooth Carolina
Railroad, to al! Northern cities, as
IMMENSE DEMONSTRATION -THE
DEMOCRATS OP BICHTJAND SHOW THKTB
STRENGTH--BARBECUE ANO MASS
MEETING-SPEECHES FROM HAMPTON,
PHRRY AND OTHEBS.-Tho repealed
disappointments of the past fow d?ye
seemed to have encouraged, rather
than diminished the ardor of thc citi?
zens of Colnmbia, and of the District
ia general, which resulted in an al?
most univarsnl out-pouring, jester
day morning, and by 12 o'clock,
Sidney Park was thronged with per?
sons of every age, sex and color. Tho
scene was enlivened by tho imposing
strains of an excellent brass band
from Mecklenburg County, N. C.
Main street presented a gala appear?
ance. An immense banner iras sus?
pended opposite Carolina Hall; while
monster United States flags waved
over the stores of Messrs. Hope and
Palmer, and the restaurant of Mr.
Pollock. Some disappointment was
felt nt tho non-appearance of tho
Hou. Mr. Adams; but tho assembled
multitude was amply compensated by
the words of wisdom enunciated by
tho eminent gentlemen who wore
present. Hon. W. F. DeSaussuro
presided, and after a few remarks,
introduced tho Hon. B. F. Perry; of
Greenville. Tho ex-Governor was
very happy in his remarks, and was
frequently applauded. He denounc?
ed carpet-baggers and scalawags in
unmeasured terms-asserting thnt thc
latter were actually worse, in his opi?
nion, than Judas Iscariot; but that ii
they wonld follow his example-hang
themselves-ho might feel disposed
to forgive them.
Hon. Wm. Johnston was next in?
troduced. He dealt principally or
tho subject of taxation, and truth?
fully remarked that the colored mar
was interested in the matter, as ht
indirectly paid his quota.
Gen. Hampton was then called for.
and iu his usual agreeable and off
hand style, addressed himself to "tht
boys in blue and the boys in gray.'
Ho also exposed the inconsistency o:
the members of tho radical party
referring particularly to Capt. H?ge
now acting as au Associate Justice
who asserted in Sumter, just befor*
the closo of the war, that he had n<
use for tho negro, and wished h?
had a number of them in a ten-acn
field, so that his regiment-tho 6th
could go through them in a hurry
since which time, the scales have fal
len from his eyes, and he has mad(
the grand discovery that the negri
can be made available in the way o
voting, of which he has not failed t
take tho earliest occasion to elevat
himself to an office. (Jen. Hamp
ton's remarks were warmly received
and by none more so than by th
United States soldiers, a largo nun:
ber of whom were present. At th
close of his address, the "boys i
bluo" pressed round tho ex-Confedt
rato General, aud seemed earnest i
their protestations of respect an
veneration. Ho promised to addroi
them again on Monday night.
Col. J. P. Thomas, in response t
repeated calls, made a few remark
congratulating the assemblage on tl
cheering prospects of tho Democri
tic party; and closed by urging tl
people to stand by tho cause in vi<
tory or dofeat. Col. T. was alf
warmly applauded by tho soldiers.
J. G. Gibbes, Esq., here anuoun
ed that dinner was ready, and e:
tended a general invitation to tl
vast assemblage to surround the t
bles, and look ont for No. 1. Ac
his invitation was promptly accepte
A rush was made, and in a few m
untes tho deceased pigs and shet
were rapidly filling ino hungry rnn\
of tho barbecneites. Ono of the p
culiaritics of this stylo of cookin
is that it makes an individual fe
"morcish"-in other words, tho mo
ho eats, tho moro ho wants; as a co
sequence, those who-eithor thron;
diffidence or fear of having thc
corns trampled upon-waited for tl
first rush to be over, fell short-nc
withstanding the bountiful supp
which had been provided. Somo
these unfortunates wore disposed
growl a little, bat finally quietly d
parted dinnerless. Tho event was
perfect God-sond to the freedmen
numbers of whom wore provid<
with bags, and succeeded in carryii
off a week's supply. Tho men
wore furnished by Mr. B. T. Der
and the culinary arrangement w
under the supervision ol Mr. H. 1
Dent The cooking and seasonii
were excellent, and received tl
hearty commendation of all.
THE NEW LINE OF STEAMERS.-T
first steamer of the Liverpool ai
Charleston steamship line, left I
verpool yesterday, and will bo vo?.
to load for her re'tarn trip on tho fib
MATL ABBANGEMENTS.-The poet
o fil oe open daring the week from 8>.<
a. m. to 7 p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
The Charleston and Western mails
aro opec for delivery at 5 p. m., ancF
close at ?}4 p. in. Charleston night
mail open 8% a. m., olose 4>? p. m.
' Northern-Open for delivery at
a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5
p. m., closes at p. m.
NEW ADVEBTISEMENTS. :-Special nt
tention is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
King's Mountain Iron Works.
J. & T. R. Aguew-Sundries.
House to Bent.
Cook and House-keeper Wanted.
Mrs. McCormick-Millinery, Sec.
C. H. Baldwin & Co.-Groceries.
, W. B. Stanley-New Goods.
Meeting Board of Trade.
Carolina National Bank.
Fisher & Lowrauco-Gins, Apples.
T. J. & H. M. Gibson-Notice.
E. C. Shiver-New Fall Goods.
Acts of the Legislature.
Where there is so much smoke
there must bo some fire; appropos,
while so many buyers aro rushing to
Shiver, there must be pretty and
When the PLANTATION BITTEBS
were first made known to the Ameri?
can people, some seven years ago, it
was supposed they were an entirely
new thing, and had nover before been
used. So far as their g?rerai use in
the United States is concerned, this
may be true, lt ia also true that the
same Bitters were made and sold in
the Island of St. Thomas, over for^y
years ago, ns any old planter, mer?
chant or sea captain doing business
with the West Indies will tell you.
It is distinctly within my recollection
that on the return of my father (who
was a sea captain, and doing' an ex?
tensive trade in the tropics,} he would
invariably have the Bitters among
the ship's stores, and our family side?
board was never without them. For
any sickness, it matters not how
severe or trifling, the decanter of
these Bitters, by a different name,
was always resorted to as a sovereign
MAGNOLIA WATEB-Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. t3?l
THE MEETING AT AJTBEBTY CHUKOH
was quite a success, Gen. Hampton
and Messrs. Adams and Doyle, toge?
ther with tho colored speakers Minor
and Lee, delivered addresses which
wore well recei eed. Thc kind people
of this section, as usual, came well
prepared with the "indispensables"
of this life. Everything passed off
smoothly, and all were satisfied with
the results accomplished.
Two little girls were burned to
death in Charleston, Mass., on Sa?
turday night, by the explosion of a
Tho Annamessic line from Norfolk
now runs only alternate days, and
may soon be discontinued altogether.
A slight scrimmago occurred in
Laurens a day or two ago. Several
shots were fired, but "nobody hurt."
Meeting of Board ol Tracie.
AN EXTRA MEETING: of the Board of
Trade will tako placo at the Carolina
Ha'l, on TUESDAY EVENING next, tho
13th instant, at 7 o'clock. A fall attend?
ance ic requested, as business of impor?
tance will como beforo tho Board.
By ordor of tho Preeldeut.
Oct ll R. O'NEALE, Jr., Secretary.
Rich Silver Plated Goods.
CONSISTING in part of the following:
CASTOr.8, TEA SETTS, CAKE BAS?
KETS, BUTTERS, SYRUP JUGS, WAIT?
ERS, GOBLETS, MUGS, Knives, Forks,
Spoons, Ladles, Salt Setts, Candle-fUifcks,
Parlor BellB, Ac. Juat received and for
salo at STANLEY'S
Oct ll 1_China Hall.
AGOOD HOUSE-KEEKER: also a good
COOK, WASHER and IRONER, can
flndjomployment by applying to thiB office.
Nono need apply except those that can
como well recommondcu._ Pot ll
A HOUSE, at tho cornor of Laurel
and Barnwell etroets, near the Ohar
.lotto Railroad Depot. Six rooms and
basement, with all necessary ont-bnild
ingB. Apply to Mr. THOMAS GIBSON,
Main street, or J. W. Gordon, Charlotte
Railroad Dopot. Oct lt $
20 Barrels Apples.
FOR Bale by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
THE undersigned have entered into a
COPARTNERSHIP for the transaction
of tho GROCERY, HARDWARE and COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from the first
February, 1868. Name and stylo of tho
finn will be T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
T. J. GIBSON.
Oct ll Imo H. M. GIBSON; '
RA BUSHELS TTHITE MAY WHEAT.
t)\J For salo by
Pot ll a T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
Ornee Krna's MOT/STAIN lao* Woaxs,
LntkBTosp. SPBINOS, October 8,1888.
AMEETING of the Stockholders of this
Company will bo hold at this placo,
on TUESDAY, the 27th lustant.
OctllS F. G. LATHAM, Agent.
Bagging? Rope and Cotton Ties.
BALES heavy Gunny Bagging,
OoilB Hornp Rope,
Dillon's Cotton Ties, and Agnew's
Cotton Ties-tho latter the latest inven?
tion and bost in tho market.
For sale by J, A T. R. AGNEW.