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WASHINGTON, March' 24.-The tfreei
dont "hu inned \ another ' pr ocla m at i on.
After quoting th? laws giving him au
thority, and Stating that he has received
information that combinations of armed
?nen, unauthorized by law, are disturbing
the peace . and safety of the os tizo n B of
South Carolina, nod committing acts Of
y?Jfti?rte-'which render tbs power of tho
State inadequate; and the Governor bf
Sodth Carolina having asked for a mili?
tary f oreo of the United States adequate
to protect South Carolina and the ci ti?
zona thereof against domestic violeuoe,
and enforoo the laws, the proclamation
concludes: "Now, therefore, T, Ulysses
S. Grant, President, command persons
composing the .unlawful combinations
aforesaid, to disperse and retire peace?
fully to their respective homes, within
twenty days from this date."
VERSAILLES, Maroh 28.-It is reported
that the mob io Paris have assassinated
Gen. Raphael. A proclamation to thc
people of France, approved by the As?
sembly and issued by President Thier*
yesterday, after reciting the occurrence.'
in Paris and calmly reviewing the situa
tion, closes as follows: "France rep nd i
otes the movement. Do not fear out
.tieakbessL We, your sole representa
Uivos,. shall maintain our trust and mak<
ino c?mpromifeo with the guilty."
! ? Au: regains qiuot .at .Lyons, but pre
cautious havo beentakonngainst an ont
^" 'eak. .?Tlie Prefect, har, -issued a procla
atipa jd'Cclarjng bia adhtrenco to th
j'sembly. ' The proclamation was wei
'received. . Countless manifestoes are is
'? sued fiy - tho insurgents, ordering elec
tiona. The established authorities every
where protest against them. The arm
in. Brittany momentarily expects order
to march to Paris.
By order of the- Swiss Council, so
dieis of tho French army in Switzei
land, who aro- provided with rail wa
tickets or money for thoir fares, are pei
mitted to return'to Franco.
The Government -han requested th
Gormans not to bombard Paris, lest th
innocent may suffer.
Gen. Cromer has been summoned t
Versailles, but, failing to appear, he wi
bo tried for disobedience of orders.
PAMS, March 22-10 P. M.-Tbei
hos been no further bloodshed sinco
o'clock. The armed insurgents hm
been reinforced. The oity is gloomy ar
tho excitement is intense. Th?? Natio:
als, under orders of the Central Repu'
lioan Committee, have occupied Fo
'Vincennes unopposed, the garrison fr
ternizing with them as soon as they a
Seared. The .troops, in .several, arro
issemeqts aro organizing iu tho intere
of order. Deputy Clemenceau has i
' curred the hostility of the insurgen
and been esp ell od from tho offioo
. Mayor. Gen/ Olnseret has install
! himself at the Ministry of War. T
* insurgent official journal announces t
^Domination of Lullier as General of t
Nationals. Cob Endes has been a
Sointed delegate Minister of War a
auglier delegate Minister of For ci
Affairs. Ohanzy is still a prisoner.
Tho Bonrco is deserted.
. LONDON, March 24.-The insnrreotic
ary committee has issued a proclamati
. postponing the t lection until energe
. measures. cause their rights to be
. speoted. . A meeting of the Paris Mayi
appointed Admiral Baisset Command
. in-chief of tho National Guards; Gei
ral Lauglers, ' Chief of Staff; Vic
Sohoelcher, Chief of Artillery. Si
set's appointment inspires confide]
among the friends of order. Tho ord
ly Nationals expelled the insurgents fr
tho Faubourg St. Honore, the Place
La Bourse and Von Droit. The ord
lies then occupied St. Loguisc and asl
reinforcements from tho Versailles (
vernmont, to take possession of the r
way crossings, where the insurgents c
trol the traffic. Among the viotims
the Plaoe Vendome was George Trin
an American. Thoro is a rumor t
Duerot's soldiers shot him. A ape
despatch to the Daily News says
rebels aro preparing for a desperate
counter to recover their lost ground.
LONDON, March 24.-Tho Bellcv
? Nationals occupied Mairies, in ]
Drouot, after a long negotiation v
the Nationals of that quarter, with wi:
a number of Zouaves and Mobiles of
Seine were seen. The Mobilea dem
arms to fight tho insurgents, who L
barricaded the placo Vendome. Gen
Ladmirault succeeds Vi nov.
Disturbances are reported at Lyon
Lord Lyons telegraphs tho Govi
ment that he is confident of on e
restoration of order at Paris.
Tho Montmartrite stopped a train
turning with prisoners, who, ref nain
join the insurgents, wero received en
elastically at Versailles. Tho offi
were immediately promoted.
Lullier, a member of the insurj
committee, was arrested by the in
LATEST.-Paris is quiet. Tho si
aro closed and few pedestrians aro on
streets. The civic guard of Maree
seized tho telegraphs in that vicinity
their service towards Spain have 1
stopped. The National Guard of R<
has boon notified to prepare to de
tho Government against iusurrectior
CHARLESTON, March 24.-Arr iv
steamer Charleston, Now York;
Llorot, Cardenas; schooners Dan Gif
New Orleans; Marius Hunter, Ha^
Georgetta, Attakapos, Louisiana; 1
Finney, Portland, Me. Sailed-1
Draupuor, Amsterdam; Midas, I
HAVANA, March 23.-Tho recent
renders leavo but two small bands o
surgonts in Cien fuegos District.
KEY WEST, March 23.-Tho Te
see was detained twenty-four bout
grounding in the mud whou leavin
coaling station. Sbo leaves next tic
New York, via Charleston.
bins City of London, Kt. Lawronooand
Ttaaricgia? which wera dotaiaed Qb .tho
quarantine fox > small-pox,, wero released
to-day. Tu o Abyssiuia and a schooner i
Were detained for the sane disease. ?
WASHINGTON, March 24.-Tho Arkan
eas Boutito defeated tho Houno memorial
for the removal of disabilities-five to
cloven-Clay ton's Senator? voting nay.
The Mississippi Legislature has ap?
pointed a special committee to investi?
gate the loan of $200.000-Chickasaw
County school fund-to the Mobile ond
The President's message of yes toi day,
which will prolong the session a month,
and doubtless secure some kind of Ku
Klux legislation, was oonoooted by tho
President, Secretaries Boutwell and
Robeson; Senators Wilson, Morton,
Pomeroy and Chandler; Representatives
Maynard and Merour. These person?
age-} were in consultation two hours in the
President's room in the oapitol, whence
the message was issued.
In the Senate, the House resolution
to adjourn sine die on Monday wus ta?
bled. Sumner's Dominican resolutions,
after a long contest, were received and
ordered to be printed. The deficiency
appropriation bill was taken up. Sum?
ner speaks eleven columns on Mouday.
Sherman's resolution ordering the Judi?
ciary Committee to report a Ku Klux
bill was laid aside, by a majority of four,
in favor of tho deficiency appropriations.
Weather report-The low pressure
Thursday evening over Lake Champlain
has moved rapidly down the valley of
the St. Lawrence. Minor areas of low
barometer in the Southern and middle
States have moved rapidly, with brisk
winds, in a North-easterly direction.
The lowest barometer is now South of
the Bay of Fundy. The highest pres?
sure extends from Tennessee to Northern
Michigan and from Pennsylvania to
Mississippi, into wbioh region it has
moved from the North-western plains.
The pressure is falling rapidly in Ne?
braska, with increasing temperature, and
is increasing on the Pacific coast. Fair
and cool weather has generally prevailed
to-day Fast of the Mississippi. Threat?
ening weather and a rapid rise in the
thermometer is now reported from the
extreme North-west. Probabilities-It
is probable that on Saturday an area of
low barometer will develop in North?
western stations and more South-easterly.
Partially cloudy weather, with fresh
winda, will probably prevail on the
Atlantic and Gulf coasts and the lakes.
Sx. LIOTJIH, March 21.-The advance
guard of the fourth infantry, stationed
on the frontier for four yours, has ar?
rived. Tho entire regiment is coming
for service in Kentucky and Tennessee.
JUDGE MONTGOMERY MOSES.-The
Spar tanbury Republican, of tho 22d, says:
?.The Spring Term of the Court of
General Sessions opeued on Monday
morning, his Honor Judge Montgomery
Moses presiding. Jndge Moses presides
with great dignity, and we are glad to
seo is punctilious about all those forms
whioh, though trifling in themselves,
are absolutely essential to the dignity of
a Court. His charge to the Grand Jury
was very thorough, and we trust that his
orders and wishes in regard to examin?
ing into the official conduct of our Coun?
ty officers will be strictly carried out.
The impression thus far made by Judgo
Moses upon the members of the bar,
and upon the citizens who have met
him, has been very favorable, and wo
hope that he, in turn, will find the at?
tractions of Spartanbutg sufficiently
great to persuade him to settle among
The Sumter News says: Wo have it
from a source authoritative that Mr. W.
H. Peronneau, Treasurer, is now author?
ized to put under contract, for grading,
the whole line of road from Sumter to
the connection with the North-Enstern
Road. Arrangements have at length
been made by which means sufficient
will bo realized to complete this part of
tho road, and the work is to be pushed
LAURENS RAILROAD.-From a reliable
source wo understand that the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad Company, if it
hns not already, certainly will comply
with tho terms for the purchase of the
Laurens Road. Wo understand, fur?
ther, that the road will bo put in running
condition just as soou as it can be effect?
ed by workmen and money.
DROWNED/-Smart Burgess was on a
raft of timber in Snow's island, when his
clothes took fire, aud he, in order to put
it out, jumped into the water and was
drowned. Cfosar Brown was skidding
in Lyuch's Creek, when his boat came in
contact with a snag, which upset it, and
ho was drowned.-Kingstree Star.
Best gift to tho poor-employment.
NOTICE-All Corn bought at?ntate sale
of NV. M. Beckham, not moved before the
first day of April, will bo ro-uold on that day
at riak of first purchaser. A. H. WOLFE,
March 25 13 Administrator.
AT Presbyterian Theological Seminary, a
DINING BOOM BEB VANT, man or boy.
Good recommendations required. $15 per
month. Inquire immediately of MRS. WAD?
DELL, at tho Seminary. March 25 3*
THE subscriber has opened, this day, an
assortment of Children's CARRIAGES,
Nsw York city made. STANLEY'S.
Mar. h 25 1
Seed Finders for Sale.
IHAVE received, on consignment, a lol of
SEED PINDERS-a now variety-superior
to any ever beforo offered in this market.
They will pay tho farmer bettor than cotton
would at 25o. per pound. An ordinary hand
wiM gather fifteen bushels per day. Apply to
Marou 25 Cj_WM. McOUINNIS. i
Monster Cock Fight.
fifa. St A COCK FIGHT, on au oxtonsive
iBySa beale, is to como off at Newberry
Tqgg&r Court House, on WEDNESDAY, the
fgwnl^fi*}"iIb day of April next. Twenty-one
COCKS aro to bo shown; $100 on each fight and
j $1,0 JO on the odd. Tho light is botwoon Cbar
loy Sims, ot Union, and J. B. Chappell, of
I Newberry. March 25 7
".'Not ros Jo?/'-^^Dnrtniff-tbBtent?n
of tUe late peace conference, while Gov,
Scott waa recoiving tba delegation, Joe
Crews deliberately walked into the Ese*
entire Chamber and took a Beat by the
aide of Geo. Kershaw. The latter arose
in a dignified manner, and said: "Go?
vernor, I will not sit in the same room
with Mr. Crews. Either he or I most
retire." Joe gathered h i mool f np and
The "Champion Mills," at Borne, Ga.,
were destroyed by fire, at 4 o'clock,
Thursday morning. The machinery was
destroyed but the books were saved.
The fire originated in the store of Mr.
Noble. The mill was owned by Wads?
worth, Williams & Co., and valued at
$12,000. The Blore and residence of
Mr. Noble wore destroyed also.
Five persons con fined in the jail at
Chester, succeeded in making their es?
cape, u few nights ago, by cutting
through the partition with a pooket
knife, and then jumping from the win?
FINANCIA!. ANO COM MK KC I AL..
CoiiUMBiA, S. C., March 25.-Sales of
cotton, yesterday, 33 bales-middling
LONDON, March 24-Noon.-Cousola
92iB'. Bonds 92.
FRANKFORT, March 24.-Bonds 96?4@
LIVERPOOL, Murcb 24-Noon.-Cotton
quiet and steady-uplands 7}-?; Orleans
13i? Ha'es ?f the week 84,000; export
11,000; speculation 9,000; stock 789,000,
of which American ?B 452,000; receipts
78,000, of which American is 54,000;
actual exports 38,000.
LIVERPOOL, March 24-Evening.
Cotton quiet and unchanged-sales
12,000 bales; speculation and export
2,000; stock afloat 523,000, of which
American is 340,000. Yarns and fabrics
firmer, at better prices.
. NEW YORK, March 24-Nuou.-Flour
and wheat dull and heavy. Corn un?
changed. Pork 21.00. Cotton quiet
middling uplands 15^; O i lea UH 15.%;
sales 1.000 bales. Freights firm. Go?
vernments very dull. Stocks much bet?
ter since call, aud pretty active. State
bonds very dull. Money easy, at 4.
Gold weak and dull, at 10; ?. Exchange
-long 9~?; short lO;^.
7 P. M.-Cotton weak, with sales of
3.5G5 bales, at \h}?. Flour quiet. Whis?
key 91@91??. Wheat lc. lower-winter
red and amber Western email@example.com.
Corn closed heavy, at 84@85j??. Pork
quiet. Beef and lard dull. Freights
firmer.. Money 3@4. Sterling dull, at
9?4@9K- Gold 10,^@11. Govern?
ments heavy nud unchanged. Virginias
strong. Tennessees quiet. Others dull.
Virginias GI 14\ ue^ 09
' CINCINNATI, March 24.-Breadstuffs
uuohauged. Provisions held firmer.
LOUISVILLE, March 24.-Provisions
with a better feeling. Mess pork 20.50.
Shoulders 8^ ; clear sidos 10??. Packed
lard 12. Whiskey 80.
BAI/TIMOIIE, March 24.-Cotton quiet
aud firm-middling 14%; receipts 473
bales; sales 550; stock 11,865; receipts
of the week 3,163; sales 2,455.
BOSTON, March 24.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling l?%@15}?; receipts
1,074 bales; sales 200; stock 11,000; re?
ceipts of the week 5,602; sales 2,950.
CHARLESTON, Maroh 24.-Cotton quiet
and firm-middling 14; receipts 800
bales; sales 800; stock 22,011; receipts
of the week 4,136; sales 38,000.
WILMINGTON, March 24.-Cotton quiet
-middling 13>.<; receipts 69 bales; sales
35; stock 3,279; receipts of tho week
435; sales 304.
NouFOiiK, March 24.-Cotton quiet
low middling V&%\ receipts 385 bales;
sales 50; stock 5.621; receipts of the
week 5,607; Bales 500.
NEW ORLEANS, March 24.-Flour dull
and drooping-superfine 5.87; double
6 50; treble 8.75. Corn quiet, at 70.
Pork dull and drooping-mess 21.25.
Bacou dull, at 8>^@11%; hams 15%@
16. Lard dull-tierce 12(5*13; keg 13>?(a)
13??. Sugar firm-prime 9%@10. Mo?
lasses-fermenting 30@52. Whiskey
Western rectified 85^95. Coffee 14?
15,'.<. Cotton steady and iu fair demand
-middling 14'.<; receipts 4,732 bales;
sales 8,000; stock 267,858; receipts of tho
week 30,844; sales 53.0U0.
AUOCSTA, March 24.-Cotton closed
quiet, at i8%(flj 13:t.l' for middling; sales
540 bales; receipts 480.
GALVESTON, March 24.-Coll?n (Irin
good ordinary 12,'.? \ receipts 740 bales;
?ales 1.0U0; stock 56,625; receipts of the
week 7,606; sales 60,900.
MOIJILE, March 24.-Cottou quiet aud
steady-middling 14J?; receipts 1,200
bales; sales 500; stock 62,351; receipts of
the week 5,741; sales 5,250.
SAVANNAH, March 24.-Cotton in light
demand-middling 14; receipts 1,247
bales; sales 1,80 ); stock 66,289; receipts
of the week 11,300; sales 7,600.
WHOLESALE PRICKS CUKItKNT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY IIY_TllE_BOA111) OF TRADE.
Ai'ri.LS, i<bu.l OU02OO~ i MOLASSES,?uua,3505?
?AO0INQ,.22033 1 NowOrl'ns 90? 1 00
BALE HOPE, Manil,025 1 SuRar U*uo..70? 1 10
N.Y.orWostylb 8012! NAILS, $i Ue?5 500C 00
BUTTER, North. 40@50 | ONIONS.$busl 7502 00
Country, ty lb.22030 : OIL, Kerosene,R4505O
BACON, flams. . .20028 I Machinery. .7501 00
Sides, y lb. .13?14 ' SPECIE, Gold ?1 08
Shoulders... 11013; Hilvor. 01 03
CANDLES, Sporm4O07O ! POTAT'S, Irisl 00^2 00
Adamantine lblti? ll) , Swoot, bus DOV,i ou
COTTON YARN 13001 40 ' HICE, Carolina lb 8?10
COTTON,Stet M.14 SuoT.^bag. 2 5002 55
Middling .13 ? SALT, Livorp.2 2002 25
Low Midl'g,_13 SOAP, ty\b,.9?011
Oood Orduy,_ 12 ; SPIRITS, Alcohol,R17 50
Ordinary.12.1 , Braudv . .4 00012 00
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 2O02? > Oin.2 0007 50
factory.1(5022 j Bum.2 0007 00
COFFEE, llio,$Jlt?17@22 , Whiskey.. .1 3504 00
Laguayra_21023 1 SUOAB, Crus A. r_IC
Java.28030 Brown...14? 15
FLOUR. Co. 7000 10 00 ' STARCH, t;-) lb... 0SM10
Northern.G50?ll 00 TEA,Creon 1)>1 000 2 00
GRAIN, Com 1 15? Black,_1 0001 10
Wheat... .1 dO01 50 TOIIACCO, Chw.C0?l 00
Oats. 000100 Smoking,th..50???l 00
Peas_ 1 0001 75'VISEOAR, Wine,.50000
HAY, Nortli, ^icwt.l 00 ' French_ 01 70
HIDES,Drv, tytt>12j?l8 Winn, Cham.28035 00
Oreen.?8 ! Port, 30gal300?5 80
LARD, ty\l.15 Sherry... 3 500 0 00
LIME,bbl.2 050275 Madeira.. 25005 70
\XTHERE WET GOODS of ?ll kind? ?re ilia
Tv posed of, ia convenient to Maia street,
a>ad at the same time a very quiet retreat.
Drop in and obtain a sample.
?. BARBY, Proprietor,
March 25 Washington atreot, near Main.
50A8K8 James Honnossy's <fc Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
oflored pure and unadulterated, These com?
prise vintage? of 1835, 1858, I860 and 1863.
Stock of Hooks. Clareta and Whilo Wines in?
clude aomo of the most famous brands aa well
M sound low priced gooda. For sale by -
March 25 GEO. 8YMMEBR.
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, oxtra smoked BEEF
Forris Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hams.
Sugar-onrcd Bacon Strips.
MOBB and No. 1 Mackerel, ic., all fresh to
hand. For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
1 AH CASES Moot Sc Cbandon's CH AM?
IA/W PAGNES, just received, and offered,
in consoquonco of cessation of hostilities, at
much reduced rates. For Halo bv
March 25_ GEO. 8YMMEH8.
CLOT HIN G
I & % C. SWAFFIELD'S.
"^^"E hava now in store a very large stock
of tho abovo gooda, and we assure our cus?
tomers that wo hava never before boen en?
abled to offer them so CHOICE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at such low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at $15, suita?
ble for any business man.
Wc havo a very large stock, and wo are de?
termined to undersell any other dealers, as
our facilities enable us to do so.
Are decided to bo tho best titting Shirts made.
Wemaho tho finest custom garmonts made in
thisStato. Call aud examine.
March_25 _ B. Sc W. C. SWAFFIELD.
I would respectfully call attention of thoeo
indobted to tho lato WM. J. HOKE to caU and
settle their accounts at once, and eave costs,
as tho affairs of the estate must bo Bottled ;
without dolay. MIKE HOKE.
March 21 S
PURE Mountain COBN WHISKEY, just ro
ceivod and fur salo by
March 24 2 T. J. Sc H. M. GIBSON.
Aware of tho fact that most all our mer?
chants South havo bought very light for tho
summer, we have purchased heavier than
ever, and to-day own tho most valuable stock
wo over bandied. Our idea is that in every
community there are prudent people, who al?
ways havo money laid away for "rainy dava."
Thone will want goods, and nice goods, and
wo want to supply them; theroforo, wo have
established a Sample Bureau with our busi?
ness, from which wc scud samples of all
gooda requested for selection, and then for?
ward tho goods by Express, C. O. D. in all
cases, guaranteeing entire satisfaction. Per?
sons desiring to avail themselves of having a
one hundred and fifty thousand dollar stock
spread out, as it were, almost at their door to
select from, will order samples of such goods
as they deniro to buy, and wo will guarantee
they can save ten dollardon every forty bought
of our house. Samples sent free except to
points not leached by mail. Address
R. C. SHIVER Sc CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
R. C. SuivF.n.
DAVID JONES. March 23 3mo
VS" Evory paper in tho State within 100
miles of Columbia copy once and send bill.
6)/\ TON8 puro PERUVIAN GUANO,
?\j 50 tons Borger SB Butzo's Superphos?
phate, for salo low to plantors and dealers,
for cash, by WELLS tc CALDWELL,
Noar G. Sc C. R. R. Dopot, Columbia, 8. C.
Plant the Trophy Tomato.
ANOTHER lot of this mammoth TOMATO
SEED just received at
March 17 Drug aud Scedj toro._
Warfield's Cold Water Soap,
FOR salo by E. HOPE,
Solo Agent for South Carolina.
Bacon, Flour, &c.
4i~\r\n LBS. C. R. BACON SIDES,
,\JUU 5,000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders,
;J,000 lbs. White Bulk Shoulders,
3,000 lbs. Wbito Bulk Sides,
3,000 lbs. Smoked Sides,
150 barrels Extra Family Flour,
150 barrels Super Flour,
150 harrold cboico Super Flour,
100 barrels cboico fine Flour,
100 kegs primo kettle rendered Loaf Lard,
For sale low to dealers by
WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near O. & C. R. li. Depot, Columbia, 8. C.
WE aro NOW RECEIVING and offor for
AN UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE
STOCK OF GOODS,
FOR THE SEASON.
Wo bog to call tho especial attention of
To some of tho LEADERS, and advise them
TO CALL EARLY
And mako their selections, as it ia impossible
to duplicate aome of tho gooda at the prices
they aro now offerod.
A full lino of colora in narrow STRIPED
A nice assortment of spring FRENCH
All the new shades lu JAPANESE CLOTHS.
The newest patterns in TIQUES and
OTHER WHITE GOODS.
3,000 yartla PRINTED MUSLINS, fast
colora, at 10c.
All the Departments
Aro fully rcplonishod and KACU AETICLE IS
MARKED AT THE LOWEST CASU rn IOU.
Parties who aro not accustomed to buying
can rely on ns, and depond on getting aa good
value for their money ae if they were the moet
export buyer.',. Wo ask from all an examina?
tion of our goods, and feol assured that ovcry
oue that aces them will be pleased and bu\
J. H. & M. L. KINARI).
J?' Variety Bale.
BY MONTEITH & FIELDING.
THIS [Saturday] MORNING, la front of oar
Btore. near the market, we will ?ell, in tote
to emt purchasers, at 10 o'clock.
Other articles received until Balo com?
mences. _March 25
JUST THINK OF ITT'.
Can Buy very fine Alpacas at
25 cts. per Yard.
A.ND a host of other cheap Articles which
will he sold at only a nominal profit.
Call, see, and bo your own judge.
At C. F. JACKSON'S,
Dry Goods Denier,
March 10 Main Street.
" AT WM. D. LOVE & COW
Having largely increased our stock of
MORE of those SATIN STRIPE and PLAID
Moro of those Satin Stripe and Plaid Cam?
More of those Satin Stripe and Plaid Piquea,
More of those Chinese Lawna for Walking
Beautiful Fancy Figured Piques.
Wo havo tho finost assortment of Needle
Works, Lace Collara and Cuffo in tho city-?ll
Ladies' Niagara Tics, in exquisito shades to
contrast Spring Suits,
Ladies' Under-vroar; also, Victoria and Chi?
nese Lawn Snita. Thia department ia a new
ioature, and exhibita an endless variety of
theae gooda, and ia under tho management
of a lady of exquisito tasto and largo experi?
Do NOT FOHGET that we keep a large stock
of Fancy CassimorcB, Tweeds and Colton
Hosiery and Glovea-best makes,
Domoatic Gooda, at low ruling cotton prices.
Mattings, Oil Cloths and Carpets-fresh
Our Wholeaale House is well atocked, ready
to supply tho trado at prices aa low as any
house South. Wo sell on the one prieo sys?
tem and for cash. W. D. LOVE,
j March 19_B. B. MoOREERY.
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES ?
OUR friends will find ns in tho now large
brick building nearly opposite our old
stand, where we will bo glad to wclcomo them,
and offer tho
Largest Stock of Goods,
Wo have ever had. Our heavy Balee within
tho last two months baa convinced ns that
the ONLY SYSTEM IS LOW FniCES AMD QUICK
SAI.KS, and this shall in future be our motto.
Wo ofler tho LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
in tho city, at tho lowest prices, moat of it
having been purchased for cash eince tho late
decline. If thia ia not true, wo will pay for
lying. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIES wanting either tho Ham or
Denian PLANTER will send thoir orders
at once. Wo arc now well supplied, but later
in tho Benson do not think we will be ablo to
meet the demand.
Feb 12 L?RICK ft LOWRANCE.
Terms Cash Only.
OUR terras are strictly cash, and no order
will hcrcntter bo tilled, or goods deliver?
ed, until paid for. All parties indebted to ns
will please call and nay tho same immediate?
ly. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain COCOCUIUB Indiens Fiah
Berrica to make sleepy or headache.
North Carolina Hay.
pr f\ BALES primo HAY, for sale by
OU March? E. HOPE.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN proforenco to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it ia unadulter?
Seegers' Beer is Pore.
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, Limo or
_Alum. _March ll
~ ICE! ICEl~
SPRING WATER ICE at $1.25 per 100
pounds; at retail, Ik. per pound for the
season. Tickets at either atore.
March U , _ JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
Spring Seed Oats.
O Ari BUSHELS White SEED OAT8, for
?>UU salo by ED. BOFE.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it give? strength ?nd improves
their health. March ll
0/>V/'\ SACKS good COUNTRY-GROUND
?1\J\J FLOUR, for aalo low.
March 19_E. HOPE.
IHAVE 100 bushels COTTON SEED, which
1 offen for sale, at 50 cents nor bushel.
These seed are second year, from David Dick?
son, and the product of 21 acres of land, from
which I have gathered 52 bales ol cotton of
400 lbs., in tho two year*. Only ono mule
used. R O'NEALE, Jr. ,
March 1 Imo Cotton Town.