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'Let our Jutt Censure
Attend tho True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1870.
VOL. VI-NO. 174.
PmnOMT - of err?nu yJvry; oenftw
To tho Court of General Session? for,
Richland County, October Term, 1870,
tho Honorable S. W. Melton, Judge
of tho Fifth Circuit, presiding:
The Grand Jury for Baid Term, through
their Foreman, beg leave respectfully to
present, that in tho discharge of their
duty, they have examined into the mat?
ters and things directed by the Court to
Upon inspection of the Public Build?
ings, they find that the Court House and
offioers therein are in good condition and
repair. In the opinion of your Jury, the
office of the Sheriff is too limited in di?
mensions for tbe carrying out of the pur?
poses of his office, and they recommend
that it be enlarged by the removal of the
present partition separating it from the
office of County Commissioners, imme?
diately in rear, and so rebuilt as to in
olnde in the Sheriff's office a portion of
the apartment of the County Commis?
sioners. This chango can be effected, in
the judgment of the Jury, at a small ex?
pense, and without ineonvenior.ee or de?
triment to the office of tho County Com
The jail presented a creditable and or?
derly condition. It was cleanly o nd
ave every evidence of being well con?
noted. The repnirs recommended by
yonr Jury in last report, relatiag to the
windows, was discovered to be only par?
tially carried ont. The cause assigned
by the Sheriff and County Commission?
ers for failnre of completion was want of
money in the County Treasury.
The Poor House is in as good condi?
tion as in oar opinion the circumstances
will allow. The inmates, twenty-six in
number, are, for the most part, old and
infirm; yet, by report of tho Superin?
tendent, they have made over 600 yards
of cloth, cultivating and creating a good
garden, and proving themselves at once
industrious and worthy of charity.
Your Jury would submit, that owing to
the absence of money in the County
Treasury, is prevented tho fulfilling of
the objects of the Act of the General
Assembly which provides that these in?
stitutions shall be self-sustaining by the
purchase of lands for the same, and their
being worked by the pnupers, the funds
to be drawn from the Treasury of the
County in which the Poor Houso is sit?
uated. We take pleasure in commend?
ing the administration of the Superin?
tendent, and adding that his accounts,
reports. &c, were found in excellent or?
der. Under his humane and attentive
government, the inmates are well clothed,
well fed, and have all proper medical
Qt Upon the subject of Roads and Bridges,
it is submitted, from information derived
from sections of the entiro County, that
the general condition of the publio high?
ways is bad-in some portions being
difficult of passage; in others utterly im?
passable. The Commissioners report
this s tu to of affairs resulting from the
faulty and impractical system nuder
which the repairs of publio highways
are required to be effected by law, and
report a remedy as impossible unless (he
system be changed by a wiser courso of
The County Treasury, under tho pres?
ent incumbent, presents an orderly and
neatly kept series of books; and as far
as the information of the Jury reaches,
the Treasurer bas shown due diligence
in the collection of taxes, and proper at?
tention to the duties of his office. The
Jury is unable to arrive at a correot state?
ment of the affairs of this office from
want of complete information supplied
by the Treasurer, and to the fact that
the books of his predecessor show not
only a confusion of accounts, but a large
deficit of several thousands of dollars.
And your Jury renew the recommenda?
tion expressed in last report, that tho
affairs of this department receive a tho?
rough and strict investigation.
In conclusion of their duties, tho
Grand Jury for Richland County desire
to express their sense of the courtesy and
kindness extended to them by his Honor
the Judge, the Solicitor of the Circuit,
and the several officers of tho Court.
PRESL.Y BROWN, Foreman.
The situation of the great struggle be?
tween Frunce and Germany does not per?
ceptibly change, it must be quite evi?
dent that the longer the siego is main?
tained the weaker Paris must become.
The task of providing food for the hosts
of persons now penned up within its
walls must be extremely diflioult, and al?
ready thero is talk that the supply of
fresh moat cannot hold out much longer.
The most promising feature in tho
French position is tho probable enthusi?
asm which will bo aroused by the elections
for the Constituent Assembly, which are
fixed for the 16th October. This event
may unite tho country, and still lead,
though nt tho eleventh hour, tn that
great aud general rising of tho people
which has often boon promised by ardent
A Cn EAP HOUSE.-Said old farmer
Smith to his young neighbor Jones, this
is a cheap houso I havo put up for Tom,
who has just married; beean improvo on
it when he makes money. "Do you call
this a cheap honan, Mr. Smith." replied
young Jones. "Well, T don't. It hasn't
got a sash, thero aro no banisters to tho
stair*, and tho doors uro so inonu they
will swag so in a year that it will bo al?
most impossible to open and shut them.
You havo wasted m >re money on big
joists, useless rafters and unnecessary
framing than would have finished the
house in most comfortable style. When
you build a house for your next son,
write first to P. P. Tonio, Charleston, K.
C., tho largest manufacturer of doors,
Bashes, blinds, ?to., in the Southern
Twenty gamblers at Christiana, Ten
nossee, wero taken out by tho citizens on
Monday and whipped. They wero re?
leased on promise of good behavior.
Leiter from Hon. ll. B. Carpenterlojl'ro
GHERA w, S. C., September 7, 1870.
To the President-DBAH SIR: Ea closed
pleaee find publish od copy of correspon?
dence purporting to have taken place
between your Excellenay and D. H.
Chamberlain, Esq. Knowing your love
of troth and justice, I feel confident that
?onr note wna written ander a misnppre
easion of the facts, and without ac?
quaintance with the characters of the
men who aro now ruling South Carolinu;
mon who arc bringing infamy upon the
party of which yon are the honored
head and to which I belong.
Two years ago, when Governor?Scott
went into office, tho people of this State
were bankrupt; the planter had neither
stock nor agricultural implements, nor
even seed, and the laborer was without
food. The liabilities of the State were
89,000,000; they have been increased more
The executive officers and prominent
members of tho Legislature were all
poor, and now, with ono or two excep?
tions, they are rich; bribery has been
the ordinary inducement to make laws,
and open and shameless corruption has
stalked unrebuked through the State
To perpetuate this state of things,
Governor Scott, in violation of the State
and national Constitutions, and of an
Act to organizo the militia, has raised an
army of 15,000 colored men, quartered
them in tho various Counties, armed
them at vast expense, and distributed
ammunition, as if on tho ove of battle.
Under an infamous law passed by the
last Assembly, the Governor ha? appoint- j
ed three Election Commissioners in each
County; they appoint the Managers of
Elections to receive the votes, fix the
places for voting and receive from the 1
Managers all tho votes cast at the differ?
ent places, count and destroy them; nod
their certificate is the only proof of the
number of votes and for whom they
were given ; and they are allowed ten days
to make their returns.
Governor Scott was applied to officially
by the Union Reform Executive Com?
mittee to appoint one of our party in
each County. Ile declined. Of the nine?
ty-three appointed, twenty-four are
members of the present infamous Legis?
lature; a large majority of them are can?
didates, and they are all, with insignifi?
cant exceptions, tho corrupt tools of the I
present disgraceful administration.
The Convention that renominated Go?
vernor Scott was packed with his crea
tares, and whero this process did not ;
succed, the regular delegates were ex?
cluded and his friends admitted, as in
the case of Senator Sawyer and his co
delegates from Charleston. The Chair?
man of tho Committeo on Credentials j
aud Flatform, the prime mover in these
outrages upon party organization and
usage, was tho Rev. 13. F. Whittemore,
who having been ignominionslyrejected
by Congress, found congenial spirits and
labor in the State Convention, and who
is now a candidate for tho State Senate 1
from the County of Darlington. In
brief, the nomination was a fraud upon
the party, as the administration had
been upon the people.
I have the honor to bo the standard
bearer of tho Union Reform Party; its]
platform is the equality of all men bo
fore the law, without regard to color or |
previous condition. It is a union of
good men against bad, of thc honest
against tho dishonest, and its object is
to reform tho State Government-"only
this and nothing more."
I have canvassed, in conjunction with
representativo men, a large portion of |
the State, and I have yet to hear from
any oue on tho stump or in private con?
versation, any attack made upon your I
administration or yourself. If this I
movement hud been directed against the
Republican party, neither my name nor
influence would have given it the slight?
est support. On the contrary, I have
everywhere announced myself a member
of the National Republican party, and
that I had labored for your election, aud
sustained your administration. A largo
majority of our candidates fur tho Gene?
ral Assembly aro Republicans; under the
circumstances, it is difficult to discover
how our success would tend to givo "tho|
control of tho State to thu enemies of |
the party which supported our armies
and maintained tho Union." Am ll
wrong iu denouncing ou tho stump thu'
concealment of facts, and fraudulent
transactions by which your Excellency
was induced to writo to Mr. Chamber?
lain. I have the honor to remain, your
most obedient servant,
to. D. CARPENTER
? ui onie,
Q AAA ACHES of LAND in Barnwell,
O.OUV/ on tho Edisto.
750 ACHES m Kershaw- in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-#12,000.
1 House in this city, ?5,0U0.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attoru?y at Law and Heal Ettato Agent.
Sept 21 _ _ly
LOST, or stolen, on tho 27th September
last, in tho Market, a small loather
POCKET-BOOK, containing thirty odd dol?
lars in money; ono noto on Henry Geiger, for
sixty-livo dollars; ono on D. T. Jamop. for
forty dollars and sixty cents; ono duo bill on
L?rick St Lowrance, for seven dollars and
twenty-five cents. Other papers of* little
value. E. MOHH1S.
Century lino-cut Chewing Tobacco, to
bo had ut POLLOCK'S.
A. diapur or F\??ts.-Space in valuable in
a newspaper, and it is therefore proposed in
this advertisement to condense a variety of
facts, important to tho pnblio, into a Bmall
compass. Thone facts refer to Hostcttor's
Stomach Bitters-what that celebrated medi?
cino is, and what it will do. In the first plaoe,
then, thc article is stimulant, tonic and alter
alive, consisting of a combination of an abso?
lutely nure spirituous agent with the most
valuable medicinal vegetable substances that
Botanic rc-Boarch haB placed at tho disposal
of the chemist and tho physician. These in?
gredients are compounded with great care,
and in such proportions as to produce a pre?
paration which invigorates without exciting
the general system, and tones, regulates and
controls tho stomach, the bowelB, tho liver
and tho minor secretive organs.
What this groat restorative will do must bo
gathered from what it has done. The case of
dyspepsia, or any other form of indigestion,
in which it has boen persistently administered
without effecting a radical cure ,s yet to bo
hoard from, and tho same may be said of bil?
ious disorders, intermittent fever, nervous af?
fections, general debility, constipation, sick
headache, mental despouuency, nm! the pecu?
liar complaints and disabilities to which tho I
feeble arc so subject. It purifies all the fluids of
tho body, including the blood, and tho gentle
stimulus which it imparts to tho nervous sys?
tem is not succeeded ny tbolelightst re-action.
I This is a chapter of facts which readers, for
their own sakes, should mark and remem?
ber._Oct 2 K>
PAIN KILLER-PERRY DAVIS &. SON- |
MANOFAl TUBERS ANO PROPRIETORS, PROVI?
DENCE, H. I.
[TESTIMONIALS FROM THE PRESS.]
This remedy is well known to bo ono of thc
I very best ever offered to tho public. It
is all that it is represented to bc. The testi?
monials in its favor, roachiug back for a series
of years, and tho exporieuco of a long test,
iucouteetibly provo it to bo ono of the most
reliable specifics of tho age.- Old North Slate.
Wo cheerfully add our testimony in favor of |
this modicino-lioman Citizen.
DAVIS* PAIN KILLER.-We have tried this I
medicine, and assure our readers that it not j
only possesses all ibo virtues claimed for it,
but in many instances sui passes any other
remedy we have ever known.
[ Herald oj Gospel Liberty.
It is really a valuablo medicine-it ia used
by many physicians.-Boston Traveler.
I havo used Davis' Pain Killer, and consider I
it an indispensable article iu the medicine
box. It has effected cures in diarrhoa, and
I for cuts and bruises it is invaluable.
[Areto York Examiner.
\ Spoken of in terms of high commendation
by both Druggist and Physician.
There is no medicine I value BO highly as
the Pain Killer-have used it for years, and in
I every inntance it has proved a sovereign reme?
dy.- lUe?tmger, Glens Falls, New York.
Known almoat universally to bo a good
remedy for burns, and other pains of the body,
and is valuable, not only for colds in winter,
but for various summer complainte.
Oct 4 IftUno_[Christian Advocate.
des ti np Married.*-Essays for Young Men,
on Social Evils, and tko propriety or impro?
priety of getting Married, with sanitary help
for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P,
Philadelphia^ Pa^ _ jtopt17 3mo
Soap! Soap!! Soap!!!
AF?LL supply of FANCY SOAPS, con?
and TOILET SOAP8.
Also. 100 boxes Family Wasting SOAPS, on
hand and for sale low by
SoptlO _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
J. B. LaaSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder1
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform the public I
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought '
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and strength. I am read}
to test it bv the Beer scale.
_Ang_20_JOHN O. BEEPERS.
Removal ot Dental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
office to Mr. G. Diercks' now building,
lon Main street, over the Messrs. Porter
I Co.'s Dry Goods' Storo, whero he offers his
professional services to bis former patrons
and the public. June 28
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFICE Main Street, over Messrs. 1 ryan A
McCarter's Bookstore. Aug 18 2rao
1 rr AAA YAltDS heavy and medium
lD.VJvJVj COTTON BAGGING, for
sale by_ E. IIO?'B.
MAGIO POWDER for cleauing Gold, Silver,
Ac, ten cents per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning BraaB, Silver, Gold, Ac,
ten osnts per imper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
.Tuet received r.ud foi onie by
Sept 2 _ J. A*. R. AGNEW.
W. J. HOKE
BBtt? n.A.S just received, and opon- .
?$?H ed iv largo stock of SIMtlNO ^ft|
fgffl AND SUMMER A3
??S-iSL CLOTHINO, HATS. -J"
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which ho proposes to Hell on tho most reason?
able tem?a. Call and oxamiuc for yourselves.
Aprh R)_ _t
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
Moss, highly nutricious, und of exquisite
tlavor. A desirable article, and staple addi?
tion to tho household bill of faro.
For salo at II t??NITSH'S
Sept 22t Drugstore.
A f\ i~\f\r\ LB8. superior IRON
?hXJ.KjKjVJ TIES, for salo low bv
S? pt ?) E. HOPE.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
OCTOBER 12TH AND 13TH.
THE A REA NS A 8 COMEDIAN,
Great Excelsior Minstrels !
ACOMBINATION or Voreatilo Talent su?
perior to any horotoforo brought beroro
the publio. Everything New, Moral and
Original. Consisting or CHABACTER PER- i
SONATI0N8 and REFINED NEGRO MIN?
STRELSY. OniGINAIATX AND REFINEMENT ?8
ADMISSION, $1-CHILDREN, 50c.
SEALED proposals lor building an addition
to the Lunatic Asylum, in the city or Co?
lumbia, 8. C., will bo reooived until WEDNES?
DAY, October the 12th, 1870. at tho oflico or
W. B. NASH, ESQ.; plans and specifications to
bo aeon at the oflico or MB. BEBO, Architect.
The Committee r03crve tho right to accept
any ostini ate, although not tho lowest.
The contractor will bo required togivobond
with approved sureties for tho faithful per?
formance of the contract.
Any information noedod can bo had on ap?
plication to thc Committee.
oct o G w. B. NASH.
THE "ARROW TIE" was invented and pa?
tented by Mr. J. J. McComb, while a resi?
dent of New Orleans, previous to tho lato
war-and sales of considerable quantity wore
mado boro in 18G1.
Sinco tho war, it has been gradually grow?
ing in favor in every section where cotton is
Tho manufacturo and salo of that TIE is the
exercise on tho part of McCOMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For sale by all dealers in Iron Ties and
country merchants generally, under full gua?
rantee at tho lowest market prices.
ROBERT MURE & CO., General Agents.
Charleston, 8. C.
CH ARLES L, BABTLETT, Columbia, 8. C., Gc
uoral Travoling Agent lor tho Carolinas.
AWORD to house-keepers: Go to Hardy
Solomon for your SOAP, for ho has sixty
boxes of family SOAP; twenty-fivo boxes of ]
FANCY, just arrived, and is selling low.
PT BBLS. ME8S SHAD, inst received and
O for sale by HARDY SOLOMON.
R, SW. C. SW ARM E LD.
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR FALL STOCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS' HATS of evorv descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, Ac.
A superior SHIRT, novor before offered in
this market, made to order without extra
Tho largest line of French and English
CLOTHS ann VI'STINGS ever offend. With
additional facilities in our workshop, wo aro
determined that our Custom Department
shall bo unsurpassed.
HATS aud CLOTHING at wholesale
lt. tc W. C. SWAKFIELD,
_Sept 10 Columbia Clothing Home. I
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in
i tho city of Columbia, offer for Hale tho
I latest patented and boat made STOVES;
-tho most improved patterns and rega?
lar sizes of all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
everything in thoso particular lines, with
confidence of their merit.
GUTTERING; ROOFING and all kinds of
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all itu branches, ex?
ecuted. If yon want Water ^p.rried ta all
convenient points about your promises, we
will do your work at such priccs'as will enable
all to afford it.
Tho public aro invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, fonr doors below Bryce's
corner. Aue 1H +
Creme De La Creme.
I Ar\ RA URE LS very superior FAMILY
II JU FLOUR,
200 barrel!* low priced and medium qualities.
For salo low lr'_EDWAI HM 11 > PE.
IS ?ll ??It Y'S OMVi?KSAIi
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
rpiIESE OINS, so well known throughout
X tho South, need no comment, lnstjloof
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn out, with the samo" amount of
[inwcr, is unequaled. R. TOZER, Agent,
_AuguHj 2_ Columbia. H. C.
" JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
8 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For salo by OEORGE SYMMERS.
ESTA BLUSHED IN COL UM BIA, S. C., 1819.
Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
ZEtnaFire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Chartered 1819-Charier Perpetual.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of London,
ASSETS $8,000,000 IN UOL.D.
?3*ThiB Company insures against Fire only.
No Marine or Lifo risks taken, as in most Fo?
reign Ineurance Companies.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Go., of New York,
The oldest Fire Insuranco Company in the
City of New York.
r Phenix Fire Ins. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y
PUTNAM FIRE INS. CO., of Hartford, Conn.
UNION FIRE INS. CO., of San Francisco,Cal.
Assets $1,200,000in Gold.
?-Policies issued payable in Gold or
Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company
Of New York. Chartered 1853.
Thc above Companies have each made the
deposit of South Carolina Stato Bonds, with
tho Comptroller-General of tho State, as re?
quired by the Act of tho General Assembly,
Thc undersigned bas conducted thc busi?
ness of thin Agency tor the last twenty-one
years, during which period no case of litiga?
tion with any claimant has ever occurred.
RISES TAKEN IN COLUMBIA
Ul'?'ER COUNTIES OF THE STATE
All Mulina for l.niirfra
Adjusted and Paid
, . At THIS AGEXOY
G KORO Ii HUGGINS, AOENT,
Office under the .'Columbia Hotel,*'
In rear of Mosers. Duffie A Chapman's,
Columbia. S. C.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Notary Public
I Aug 13 Du COLUMBIA, S. C.
Union Republican Nominations.
ROBERT X. SCOTT.
ALONZO J. lt AN y I Jill.
For Congress, 'laird District.
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
WILLIAM B. NASH.
SAMUEL B. THOMPSON.
WILLIAM H?T80N WIGG.
NATHANIEL E. EDWARDS.
JOHN IL BRYANT.
JOHN J. GOODWIN.
C. M. WILDER, Chairman
APR 24 Richland County Central Com.
To Republican Voters of Richland Co.
THE following candidatos for County Of?
ficers of Richland aro respectfully submitted
to tho people for their consideration. Believ?
ing that tho masaos aro opposed to the action
of tho (so-callod) County Convention held in
Columbia on tho22d,23d July, the baniu boing
not legal; and that whilo they heartily Bup
port tho nomination by thc Convention of R.
K. ?cott, for Governor, and A. J. Ransicr, for
Lieutonant-Govornor, aa well as tho selection
of R. B. Elliott, for the Third Congressional
District, yet they fool it as an usurpation of
power by tho said (so-called) Convention, in
their having m ado any County nominations,
and that they are not disposed to bo dictated
to by any clique or ring, who may aBsnmc
such power for their own aggrandizement;
and as thoy also believo in tho Republican
principle of rotation in ofllce.
CU ii TICKST.
ROBERT K. 8COTT.
For Lieutenant- Governor,
ALONZO J. RANSIER.
For Congress-Third District,
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
REV. DAVID PIOKETT.
JAMES J. GOODWYN,
A. G. WASHINGTON.
_ lt. I. CANNON._Aug 25
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, DAT
COLUMBIA IIOTKI. BUILDING*.
HAYING determined to reduce my present
spring and sunimor stock of BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is vory large and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
tho fall trado, I offer all goods in my lino at
COST for the next thirty days; at which time
btock will be talton. This ia a rare opportu?
nity, especially for the trade and consumera,
to sccuro groat bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
CHEAP CASH DRUG STORE.
E. H. HEINITSH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST.
SUCCESSOR TO FISHER ? HEIMTHU.
At tho Old Established Stand, opposite the
HAVING roado now and advantageous
BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS, the
subscriber will be enabled to offer very
great induccmcnta to buyers. Gooda well
bought aro well sold, and by energy and faith,
economy and ca?h, large dividends will be
distributed to every purchaecr, in the cheap
noes of thc articles aold. "A new era" bas
begun, and all Hbail phare in its advantages
by buying their DRUGS anil MEDICINES at
this well known and reliable Dvug House.
Pure White Kerosene Oil.
Fresh Congress Water,
Castor Oil, Alcohol,
Sup. Carb Soda,
For salo low, bv Epsom Salts
Aug 27_E.*H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE han always enjoyed ?he repu?
tation ot being the beat place in tho city
for obtaining thc content ano moat delicious
mixed drinks. Tho new brand ol Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something ont of the
ordinary run. Call and ?co me, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7_ _Proprietor.
HAVING assumed the administration of tho
oatatc or the late John Caldvell, under
hia will appointing ua as his executors, all per?
sona having demands against tho testator will
present them nt once, duly proven, to onr at?
torney?, Mesara. Carroll A Melton, Columbia,
All persons knowing thcrasolvoa indebted to
the testator will make payment, without do
lav, to tho undi reigned.
T. J. itoBKK'rwoN, ) Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, )' Executor*.
Jul v 2!)t2R_
The Very Rest.
THE undoralgucd have Just received a
supply of Bagley'? MAYFLOWER and
other celebrated branda of TOBACCO.
By-the-way, we are auxiotiB that all parties
who have been dealing with ns, on promisca
"io i>ay to-morroir." to come up and settle, au
nioiiu.i ia acareo. Don't spond all your rooney
elsewhere, as wo koop TUE VERY BEST of
ovcrything in our lino.
PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
Rcpt 16 Proprietors Exchango Houee.
OF tho Executive Committee of tho Union
Reform Tarty in over the Savings Bank.
All persons friendly to tho causo, will have
access to thc ro' m at any timo of tho day,
where they can aeo tho papers, and got tho
new?. Office hours from from 9 to ll a. m.
and from 5 to G p. m. E. W. SE?BEI.8,
July 28 Her, anil Treas. Ex. Com.
Guns and Ammunition.
rPST received by William Glaze, lino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fino Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
Lind. One door North of Mesers. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'a Banking Houeo._Deo 16
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN th? beal manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING linclv exocntod.
Dec 1G WILLIAM GLAZE.