. 11. W. THOMAS, EmTOU.
main a stranded .wreck ft melon
cliolly warning tu other limps and
othor peopled against faith In Hid de
lusive theory of the capacity of ihon
-TMTgfotnirirtillSnfltlon of the
people ajralnst th Radical Admlnis-
'. i ', ' : . . : trntlon, seeius not to tloter it from
Tnrutj.XMia Dollar iter annum in advance. aggressions upon the right of.tlis
Mtntes and the welfare of their cltl-
X KB LETT A
rt'ltLUtURKS AJIU I
J. A. GKAKT.
G R A If T , J
v -NEWS ITEMS. A. From Alex. X. Dongbertr, X. D..
' 1 J ... - Mile One of the Medical Director U.
An not of the Legislature, rmssed &'. A. Kcwark, :JV. J.
January '2 rIvm Chuneerjr Iwru, If, ...... t.n .-n,,,,,,,,,!
m llli the composition of the prcnnrn
; tlon known uh Sozwlonl, I have for
power to grant charters of Inuorporn
-PiMttinasters who refuse to Ukamu some time punt permitted Km line In
tllateil currency for statinis are liable my family, where It Iioh eiven entire
for damages ncconlhiK to a recent antlfactlon. - It is an elegant toilet ar-
BATURDAy....;.......J'En. 18, 1871
decision ot the United States court.
Wm, H. Afitor is nearly 78 years of
ae; A. T. Htewart In 70; Cornelius
tick-, well worthy of the encomium
it lias received."
sens. In addition to the proponed i Vanterbiif, Ih 7(i ; Daniel Drew, 71 ;
reier iiioper, n; itttorge imw, t&
while a majority of New York milli
onaires are over 60.
lavishing of railliditH upon party
hacks, .in the shape, of School Com
.mUmlonerH, wherehy the States are
taiXAXA-FirrEF.STit amexd. ( to he deprived of nil control over their
MKJIT AKI A t'UXVKXTIOK mliinationul liiilliill..n itn.t flie van.
kee books intended to bp introduced
r THE PEOPLE.
Tho firsfrdnlly newspaper printed
in Virginia wait printed in 17tt0, and
"Sl'AI.DlXCl'B PHKIARKI Gl.CE,"
I.I, iiermniK Imrtnir rlnlin mrnlnKt the
entitle of T. W. Jolimmn, tli-e'.l.. ai-u
noililiMi to iircuiit tln-m. cliiivnii
cnUil. wllhhl III lime nnwerlbiit hv
IllUP All IWhIMII Lllllltl-l lln.lllll IMllllM
the subscription price was S50 net will pleiiito coins forwsrfl nnd Kettle !.
milium i J. C. JOHNSON, Kx'r-
annum. i,i.h ism i...
into mem. mere is another bin ueiore Hnxuftu n i..i.....-..ti. ii.,. in .
inencnaieni inmann, a suori time Congress to enlarge Federal authority Florida will have to nay a scnil-nn
Hay and Sweet Potatoes;
since, passed a Joint resolution em- over elections hy ineanx of KcjrU- "al tax of $1 per mile, and all huo- tiiwk on imni nhAut rq v.nlioJ or
facing two importniH polnt-the trnr8i w,, oro t(, have UuUmltl wu- lT,ItlnI!ll,l,".',e,nl"!,,,l,l,,l, t,,i4" ff.SM'W.iS'WiJh"!
ene, repudiation of the pretcmled trol over ballot boxea, and their u- ' P ;wllfd, 'lvur, '''kV-Va:
nttlfkmtlrm of the flfteenth amend-
llinrltv tn tw. un.lnt,.n.l h lh mill. . KNOXVILLK, I ESS.. X1 ell. 11 I'ol.' Feb IS, 1871-11
' t..i... 11..-.. T- l... i ........... I
mem, thb other, cftlt for a Wmrm tary, whenever and wherever two flavof wVin
tloriaf the Biat4 U amend the Fed- mean Itudlcals may say audi force' airaiiiMt Sunders
Heraad Konml r tnnrterly MUnm
n action tor lioel
unw 17.1 ouvt. li'fW BUUIIinL nil I lllL'It 0. jIU TIL. IHI 1 11118 UI1II L ;t m I
ml HnnatUntl.... If h, wmlllVlnv t i i . m. t . i ".. m.i.. '.. l !.....-.- I 'ur,nr """'- vrr-
v.'..o..uvw... o1"" im iiftnitfii. i i in if in Him n inrnpr mil inuinit'tuiA ui inn ti uiu ami ir-uidiu. rwiv.
ee eucli ft reaction in a Statu m, re- totr.insfer eases from State to Fed
Mmitttoini'i'V Circuit. ul WocmI .
luwn ...Fell. )8nil l
Dlckmin i'lr., ut White HIir..Koli. 2."i mill 211
Huulh tinrkHVllle StiUliin......Mjli. -4 hii.1 5
Lliieiort rtrmilt Moh.41 iiimI 1U
Autiiii'li ('limit, ut Mi. y.hin.Mi'li. IK hihI 111
eiv Frwvlileiipe Mllitliii........Meli. 2 nml vii
LlurkHvillo mmiiii - Ap'l. Inml t
A. Jli.Kl.U 1'. K.
cently the blind victim of Radical eral courts, at the option of litk inU ...v' ll,?J." lVnV?..,. r5?.vSr5!1
fanaticism. It must lie apparent to thu m.W Rim. 1 i J", " . 4 'V I'"" ' " ,
.-. ... n-....0 v..w ........... w nwnir WWII V J A G AMD J b Uiao KTCll tiiiK
all r.fleotlnff men that nucha ton- mockery and the Federal govern-: to u depth of eighteen feet, aud slill
vention will, though It has not yet, ment supreme every where and ln lr,,1,!e vein.'!ns t heen got through. -become
a nocodty. In oouseuence evory tJll Tlenext move will be: ll,e.,c,(ml l .ail', U V,f, a mrU,r
f th. inoougruou. aildltlon, ma.lo to Twie out State "n and even 5 1 2Si& heabtU.r'"'
the Constitution by means of fraud ttiN, the suhjugatetl people of thel , Ten.We has fl.70R.lin neres oflm.
aimroree, anij.tiie oan constitution- North will submit without u protest. ' proved land, and 13,873,8 of imlm-'OilS, Varnishes and Brush"
al authority 1 ven to unconstitutional I ' loroved land. The oat vlelil In Mils!
enactments by the partisan decisions CouKKS." has before It a bill for ' State last year was 3,10 (X hi luisliel-, 1 es alwayg on hand and Sold
of a orrmit Juillcliirv. In miot ier 1110 extubilHliment ol a national v- nvrmgo vieiu ut m-re wan
Complete stock of Paints,
Way, can the tHiirpatlnm of Congress tem of education, but la merely an
and the Executive he recindeTI, and attempt to wrest from the States their
the Government brought back to Its right of self-government, with a view
priiuitivq i purity- and restrained with- J to perfecting a coiisollduted despot
ln Its proper limits. ' ' ' i (Mm, ntid.' at Die same time, to ex-
But niay'iint this reaction lead pend millions upon party hacks who
those who feel it, Into an opposite; are to act, In the various Congress
extreme,' dangerous to the success, ifal Districts, as ho many Radical eleo
not to 'tlie .'tery exlHtencC, of the tioneerers,' and Congresstoiml Bples
northern Democratic party ? Fanat-1 and reporters. . The bill is presented
icisin has been Cripplud by raoderat'e by ia Massachueetbt man, und this
conservatism and, by tho same agen- fact Is comment enough" upon' its
cy, may be, etiecttiaiiy strangled. , character auu scope.
We protest against a wide departure
from thi safe policy ami would warn
the Indiana Democrats ncalnstanv
extreme lews for however Just they, hut finding that ho U not to Beast
may be, the popular mlud of the Hutlers te, conclude ihat he must
North is not prepared to consider i a gcntlemau. Duller likes iioth
them, and In its present excitable '"K tliat is pure, except pure silver
condltlon.lt is better to leave it to Pe. Pure. nuuiwniieii iuea
sixteen and one-seventli bushels per! low at
acre, l lie potato crop is put down at
l,(HKl,0KI bushels, or an average yield
of lii'ty bushels per acre.
Wb liave entertained a xor opin
ion of Admiral Porter, heretofore;
the contemplation of the misdeed of
the lladlcnl party which Is killing
itself faster than reason, Justice and
truth, urged ' by Democrats, can ac
complish that desirable fuat.
It is becoming apparent to many
in the North, thut every fraudulent
interpolation upon the Constitution
mid uvery enactment, hi accordance
with the same, has for its object no
higher consideration than thecontln
. ued supremacy of tho Uadical party
and the oppression of the South. So
palpable has become this selfish nml
ness, bis passion lor , wiiicn makes
him a disgrace to every thing except
a seat in a Radical Congress, where
the majority are his peers.
Ur to the present writing, nothing
has been heard of the steamer Tenn
essee. Such a cargo and such a miss
Ion are enough to sink the Great
Eastern. If it lias sunk, it is a great
pity that the entire Administration
was not on board, Instead of the few
specimens of Radical iniquity whom
it may have pleased Providence to
iiaiiiaiiiu lias ui-coiiii; mis seiiisn unil . te.i.i i it.-.
, ,. cut oft flusti with sin, and intent uii-
ruinous policy of the faction in power, r , . ., .
1. . I. .1..-1.. . ...... I. .UH UMMIllVilUI l IJ1UIIIJ,
I VI lit uijiiriminuiiuvi, llnill tliv UI'UI-
nierco and growth of all tho States,
that Indiana lias spoken out against
it, in the higher brunch of her leg
islature, and tho time, we think, is
not remote when othor X. n th western
Bex Bl'ti.kr says It is as a crimi
nal lawyer, that he defends Grant.
He is a criminal lawyer, if stealing
spoons lie a crime, nun mere is a
.. . . .t. I r . . t i
iHlllMl 111 IIIH It.ll'IIM.f .11 ill I! ITIII11IIHI
States will follow suit, provided, that V v tj ler
in the miKiulime Democrats do noth-1 ..
ing to counteract the sober second Tiikiik is pressing need, just now,
thought of tbo masses. The perse- for the means of preventing Congres
I'tltlon of the South has been pressed sioual outrages upon the South.
ns far as It will pay, and the recoil Is Those repoi ted to be committed with
al ready felt, nnd the people of tlie In the South, are of Radical Origin
North, generally, are becoming anx-1 aud Congressional instigation.
ious to Hud slielter for their own
rights and interests under the wing
of wise and stable government.
Corruption and lawlessness in the
administration of Federal all'tiis have
Rkki.nu a drove of line beeves driv
en into town, the other day, for ship
ment to Memphis, reminded us, for-
'.tll.li it-liut tlila uititiikii tit riiiiitrv
lieen endured until even the vlndic- niignt, ne, us a grain growing, caiue
live hate of phrennled fanaticism '! raising country, Instead
cries "hold ! enough !" The blin.lest'f hel'ig so exclusively devoted to to
r.m see that the whole aim of the '. ""S"' Tll ttrHt named
ft lmiiilstratlon, since the war, has system of agriculture, would j.lve in-lii-en
to subvert tlio.XlinslItutlon, to creased fertility to the soil, add to
retain ' power,' grow' rich' at the ex- Hie wealtli, health and general com-
iM'iise of tho iieople and prevent the f''t i the people, to an extent that
reeupeiatiou of the SjuUi. To ao- never lie realised under the pres-
comiilish the last named object, every out system of a single leading staple,
species of slander has been gotten lip Involving an outlay, for unreliable
mid M-uii'uruted iiv tho oftloialsat lbor, that swallows up an uiepnuus
Wasliiimtoii. to make thu. tliomrht- "J lwiVeM t l' mers and their
less Northern peopleand luiinlgrants farms poorer, at the close of eauh suc
IVoiU EuroiKi believe, thut. lu the feeding year to say nothing of the
South, neither life nor properly dilapidation of feneea and buildings
safe, and nil this Is done to divert the resulting from the neglect Incident
tide of immigration from tho fairest
aud best xirtioiiof the United States.
In this there Is a two-fold purpose
lli'st to maintain the same relative
proMirtliin belweeu the blacks nnd
the whites andsceoiid, to Mtstpone
the day When tho population and
wedih of the South will give thU
section, Its destined prcpoiiilt'i aui e in
the polUU of tho country. The Ben
llullcrs and oilier brulexof (ho Italll-
eal parly know, full well, the weight
whh'h slanders endorsed by tho ad
ministration will have upon the mi
grating population of F.uropc and the
Northern Stales, and hence the In
vestigating committee, appointed
and liislriicted to manufacture lies
relative hi tho social conditio!' of tlie
S-iullt. Not only will such a report,
from Hindi a source, deter immigra
tion to the South, but will serve to
lire the uorl hern heart, und prepare
I be people to endure slill longer, the
curse of tho most corrupt govern
ment, on earth, under the belief that
to the usual form of contract between
the landholder and the laborer.
- - - - -
BoitPKAfX, Fell. 10-Tho Depart
ments of C'haieiite, Ferrlere, Halites
A I pes, Taiine, and ihecities of Dijon
and Toulon, have elected Republican
candidates for Urn Assembly. The
cities of Nantes, Chalons, and Audi,
ami the departments of ('reuse, Don
dognc, iMayciice, Vendee, (larrauue
and Iiolre, Have chosen conservative
Moderate or Liberal Union candiates.
l,oMoX, Feb. 11. A Iillledlspatcll
says : The olllclal result of the elec
tions in ihu city and department
will Iioth bu Kiveu to-morrow. A
iiionarcliial tiiutupli Is certain us the
Itepiiiilieau majority in Iheclty was
Iml - per cent, while the iiiouaruli-
lists have :I4 majority, averaging 60
per cent in tlie provinces.
IaiNimx, Fell. 1 1. ttens. Chaitgur
nier und FaldhcrlH) aiv eleettnl to Hie
national assembly from the depart
ment of liorainc.
I,osion, Fell. II. A Paris letter
of Die Mtli states that tho result, if
the elections In the capitol is yet mi
As to who fired tlie first gun of the
Rebellou on Virginia soil, the Peters
burg ludtx, says: "For the benefit
of some future historian who may
record the gallant deeds of thedeieu
dcrs of the Lost Cause,. .we stale up
on reliable Information, that Dr. Pro
sie, the well-known . "Chiropodist,"
tired the first gnu from Virginia soil,
on Cruney Island, at oho of-Pender-grast's
fleet. The Doctor at that time
was a member of the Petersburg Ar
tillery, Captain J. N. Nichols. This
first shot caused the steamer to haul
to and never venture to return."
The Hot Springs of Arkansas, which
are becoming so well known, may be
classed among the natural wonders
of America. These springs are situ
ated In tlie renter of tho State, on
the slope of the ()z irk m iunt.iins,
almut fifty miles west of Little Rock.
They are 1.8B0 feet above the sen lev
el, making a climate unsurpassed for
saiuuruy. in addition to the min
eral matter contained in the waters,
iney isissess iiiernio-eieciric proper
ties which render them an invalua
ble agent In constitutional ailments
REV. B. A. IIOI.I.AXD.
He Mevera Ills C'oiuiecllon with tbe
m Bai.timork, Feb, 0, 1871.
Ruv. 8. 8. Konzoll, D. U.
Dkar Sir I write to notify vou. as
Presiding Elder of the District in
which I lately held uu appointment
from the Baltimore Conference, that
I have severed my connection witli
the M. E. Church South, by becom
ing a candidate for orders In the Pro
testant Episcopal Church. I need
not siieak of tlie motives which I m
pel Its I me to this course, further than
to declare that every step of it has
Deen tiiKen ut tue command and
cheered by the benedictions of con
I leave the Methodist Church with
a sorrow that shrinks from the mock
ery of expression. It Is the Church
of my fathers. In it I was born and
nourished, and received the enduring
mould of my character. From its
pulpits I II rst heard tlie Word of Life.
and learned how to prove, by faith,
me preciousness ot Christ. While
yet a youth itgave me a place among
it preachers, anil tunee then, (luring
a ministry of nearly ten years, it has
honored me with promotion beyond
my deserving. All my intertwining
tlowers of friendship have grown up
within us borders ami beneath Its
genial culture. All the diversified
threads of my reminiscences combine
to weave its image in the very tex
lure of my life. To leave It Is to tear
the heart itself in twain; but better
this than a union which cannot be
prolonged without dissimulation.
I wish, through you, to bid the
brethren an allectionate farewell.
They are none the loss my brethren
because I have ceased to bear, the
numu of Melliodist. However vary
ing in our opinions of e clesiusticnl
fritesand principles, we still worship
the same father, love the same na
vlor, partake of the same Spirit, and
seek to enter, though by dillerent
gates, the same Celestial City, the
Throne ii the midst-of which is tho
meeting place of all I lie pure In heart.
Iict ns then cherish the charitable
hope that when these thick fogs of
time, looking through which we so
often misiuthre each oilier, shall have
vanished at the radiant aptenring of
llini who sheds from his face the sun
shine of Heaven, the likeness if that
face may ls seen in the features ol all
our souls, forever transfigured by the
sight of its glory.
R. A. Hom.and.
, ; , BTEES.&BRO.
Feb. 4, 1871-tf ' ' -
A ffi 0s
.1 especially Invite persons, who want CARPETS, to examine my Stock.
I have now the largest variety of Styles and Qualities I have over bad, and propose to sell as low as ran be'
. .. ' bought in any market, at Retail. . , . t . ,
MY LOWEST PRICE IS 25 CENTS.
I have all grades and prices, and will sell bargains 1o them all. ' ,' ' !
New etnei IQoitif-ui.l Patterns
Just received.' Call and see them.
GO TO NO. 16,
- (Bigii of the BIO NA.WY) :
North Side of Franklin Street,
To get your . ' '-.
CHEAP PLOWS, (Avery's.)
IRON DOUBLE SIIOVKL PLOWS,
; Plow Points,
Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Washing Machines, 1 ; ;
Brooms, ; -
Wood and Cedar Ware,
Stone Ware,-ect., etc. ,
.It'MT RKrEIVKD, a lare niwnrlniepl of
HIIF.I.F OUDM,lrt the irrnornl llnnl-
w.ire line, that merit Inspection. .
llnyers will further their IntciiwtM lit call
and see lis liefuro buying.
R0BT. S. MOORE & CO.
IV 13 W
BOOT s SHOE
JOHH W. WILIIiMSOH,
Naturos's Prescrlutloii. When Na
ture produces a great remedy for tlis-
!....' .,-.. ....l.t .I...IUI.I.... ...IU.IU .....1
H. -it tlu.l.. r.. .ll r,,l.. nr.. il... ..... ' known, but it Is Is-lievcsl the listof, ease Hie best thing science can do is
lh.it thel i rascally rulers nro the em-, i,;lU. emhraci ig tho 11 ini.-s of i to fo low her nrescHntl,.... uviu.nr.
iMidlnient of Puritan piety, yankce, Ihlcsclu c, llou'oaild Blainpie, have1 uiing the water of the famous Seller
iiatriolUiu and American statesman-Ms'cn cho-cn. Tlie city Is unlet, audlSpring into Itsclemcnts, seienee has
ine reviciiiiuiii is iro;ieflBiu umiua- discovered the ineans nv wnich that i
factory manner. . world-renowned Spa elreets such un-
Rom K, Feb. ll.-Tho llews.ners'l,.1,r,ll,,'.K,,, l'l".VH' nM'' .'VY "1I"'"8
siiiioiince that a Cat hollo league has; wmi ,"w ""inciany in
Well may Indiana, though parti
ctpf.i i rimini.i, liMiking at all (lie ills
original status, undwe ilndmiiiislerisl
with the u isiloni
i, ...- ,u ..-f-,.-.-n-,, mi, i i.ivt-ii, nv i
lioiu.i, iind.iiluiirislaiid feared abroad, raiietiu
Has ojiened a large and select stock of
To which the attention of the pub
lic is Invited.
The Stock was selected by
MIL SOU' EL JOHNSON,
GO GO MAT T ING- S,
. t ' Tlie very article for Offices. '
STRAW MATTtG$, HEMP GAnpTiG8,
RAG CAI1PETINGS, COTTAGE CARPETINGS,
For Hulls, Fire Places, Rooms, Tables, Wash Stands, etc , etc., etc
, ..... . ' . ' i ; , .
Shades, Curtain Damasks,
; 1 Cord aud Tassels,
J i - i- ' '' . . - , . . ' . '
' LACE CIJIlTA.TISrS, Beautiful KXTOB, nt S G.OO.
Goods for making RUQ?, at lower price. . - ... .
Give me a call. I will certainly make It to your interest to buy your Carpetings from me.
' B. F. COULTER.
OiLLl &HD COHCEftT
y To lirKlvon nt
li.ttw " '
voxaiT icrxxrm men. m, i;i,
O. .hiHiwniuiiu I , .1 II. Mile TiT,
k'Hu. u...r 1..I... I. U-...1I.
.' A. W..lll,.rr. - r- -
IV 13 W
Sellino: FURS at reduced Prices !
i . '
late, (sild Spring, and
Now is the time, Ladles, to get Bargains in FURS. We may have a
them. Buy while tht-y are so cheap, and be sure to buy at
w ill need
B. I". COULTER'S
C1IKV1 SrrOI13, ISo. 1H lranklin Htreot.
e ri j ) 1 1 in ere bant, who will
Radical rule, desire to ikh.ii 1.1med In Bclirhini toineoare un I Tarranl'S Sl'llZCr Al)orli'nt
the Kovernmeiit to its armed exiicdiiioii asiust the city, n, ,.., 1 .,nw.i-i..ii..ii .f v.-iinru u also lie f.iund lu the house ready to
universally mid instantly ' . .,, mnv fJlli
wilii branches established in Austin,
and iuleurltv that and Spain and some of the provini es available,
'"' "7, . I ,f l''"". '"id a li.cctii.K is to lake -v,. ,H(,
cleil and loved, at .,ace on none i-lund of the Mcditer- ,,11 . ... ,1.,
At tills season, when fe-
sordcrs of tho stoiiiach and
nil I 111. lll.itlMi.u wllli.l. aO'.M.f II, u .11-
(ioveriimeut motive, assinillatiun andsis-itiiveor- best brands, at till times.
Tho slock will be kept full of the
To briti!' iImuI lliisdcsiiahlei i..l th.. has ivct ivid liifuiuiatloii ot the con
i.ld ship must be keel-hauled, thu "I"'''"''
l.lll.ll..1..J ....... .... I .11' si . a a !." .( t ......
n,. uu- 11. lieu lioum ai v, rcoiuaiy i .im,- . i ...1,1.1, ,
..1.... 1 , 1 ....1 .1... .1. .,f il.. A- . -nil.lv n..i v. t h iviiiL' V "inie, ami Minim
I-, . ..-..vvi, ...I,, 11. ti 1 ii-.i.-,ui(v , 1 who
1:11s driven out. Thus repaired, it "m )'.',' '. ". T " ' . ' ' ? ' l-c vcr-.sti.,iat,s
will la- leady for a vovnpo of iiidcllu- ,.,..,f ni'n.inv. Mmy It'in ! SOI.U IIV ,M.I. IXtl'titjIS'l'S,
J' J'Ji.ili -:i ; othi'i wisu It iMti.it re- p.uti.t agents .ue line FtU I'.TI-iV
.11111. iiiv r.-iTni 1 y prcviiKMii, inei ,. , 1. ... 1 .
I i.iiHrtai.ce of baviin? ihis in valuable l''""'-' l"-'
iilleratlveainl eorreetlve lit I11111.I In ,, ,a .i,.,,,,.,,,,,!,,,, i M. u,huI
i'Ii of all '
travel liy l indor water, cannot giMsis ut low prices.
.1. W. WILL1AMS0X.
J.i;i 7, 1MJ tf
VJiero cn.ii I luxy llcul IlarKfuiiiM in
3D O 3VJ: ES S T I O S ?
AT NO. 18 FRANKLIN STREET.
You can also get Bargains in
Linens, Towels and Dress Goods, Bleached and Brown Sheet
ings, Bed Tickings, Plaid Cottons, and the very best Jeans.
Remember the CHEAP STOHE, at...
No. IS FRANKLIN STREET.
'-.:,i-( r. !..-, 1
llrlnttiarnt. Im In aiurd A lunrioiul
w..ii . ...1. . f r 7 7 .
it im eorner rdrchtly osmM l.e.W. It.
emnprlHlnK everj'tlihiff usuully kept In a
HrslH-liuu. Krms-i y.
I will. In uiliUlInn, pnnllnnv the Ibikiry
nml I olifi-rlloni-ry IiuhIiiikh, nml woul.l bu
pl.wsrtl turws4valisri'ir pulHIr Hilmn-
" i ; ; 4 u - j-n-t
BEAR IN MIND,
The extra Ilurgaliii 1 am olli-rliig In
FINE CALF BOOTS
AT 88.00 and ae.no.
I you have any ilotilit, Just cull nnU x
Also i hp i-inlM urllrleor '
PLAIV I'lCltS HOOTS.
A full line of t t
BOYS' fi )0U AND BnOES.
If you waul gnail IIimiU fur yourboys.ilnn'l
full to cull III
of tlie llest Urn mis, nt Ilixlimsl Prlees.
ZEIGLERS', MILES' ORAN'S
nml ol lier Celelimtisl Miinufnelunsm' work
nlways In HtiM-k.
LOW HKKl SHOES AND BISKIXH
for old bnillr".
No. 18 FRANKLIN STREET
v.i Very rtw)wsfiillyt - "-li-.;,,
B. F. COULTER.
Jan II, IsTl. . .
Gonuiiio Norway Oats.
Ht. U.ris, Jnn. InI, IK7I.
Tills t tnwrltf.v lll w linvu is-rffi-nl
iiiriuiK.'iiK'iiixwIlli Mr. IItmiv Khk ii. nf
rii.i k'vlllH, IV1111.. In 1111 11I-I1 lilin Willi "Jir
Hn-il OiiIn. rnrllmi pini'linxlinc of .Mr.
Il.-nrv Kr.i-li Minv nli ki.i oliinliiliiii lln
lniilim Itoii-l.-ll Noiwiiy ihiin, im bl
mii.iill.--nr.-iililiiliii-l from ii-illns-l.
HIkikhI, I. W. IIamsi.hi.i. AOk
Hits ofi Iisnii; liml tns-lvlns rverjr dny,
Ik-i.Ii nnd luruv Kiippllcn of
yield and Onrtra 8ffsis UrlriiltN.
ral Bid tiirdon InplrmcHU,
Uuiiiin Land riasicrsnd
Kin Hour, I'nnii .
. Oalx. . . .
Firhl Hrrtt: ' Wl..
ltil rliiv.-r. K-nrly How.
Mnt.iln U'MXirr, KhtIv U.Mlr.ii,
Tlni'illiv, K.irly N'liilliii,
ll.-r.latiri.KK, K.rly 4'ur-,
llri-lninl Urnsa, I1III1111,
IIIiih KniMM, lluriil,
II1111K irlini, I'viti-h lllnw,
Millet. . " . Wlillv-Mkooulu,
Wil-W llnrili n fnlM.
Lfimlrrlli Wunl. -ii Hi-nIb,
Nntloiml I'nrii I'liinler,
BlKSTtiK 1'IXR wiKVRX 8EKDR,
All nodi furl 'nail, as low na llielowml,
ft Mi M lit K Iiiih JiihI iiMneil n utiN-k of
Kninllv lir.iii-rli-pi. In c.nii.-.-tli.ii Willi
his Meat flill Mlr, wln-ri.
In-w. mill Im iI-iim-I lul k-li miylliliiK,
In IImh, Unit III Iru-u.U uml lliu I'lll.lio
I will irnih. lor lfa-r I'sttlc nml other
niiiiilrv ihimIiici. full nml ni-e 1111, ut I'.
II. Mirrlii.ili'Niilil MhiiiI, oiiiMi-lle I In1 -niirl
Ii.mim'. J. T. MiMlllK.
l l.u k. villi-, Ki ll. I. '71-1 f
IX. M. AGREE,
1 I-J IS 'V I 'V ,
OFrion nt ti massmavf 010,
HaliliHir I'-iixl nl III KImiimiI hllrrli.
I I....... tliilmil. iti.il V.iwIr.tiN In hwiitiii
liii-iiil. Iml liiiaiaiili i- nil work In I im n
iim iiUd. I' lill. '71. ly
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