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LoNDo9g, April 2,-C ptain Lacon
publishes a comniunilotion in the
Pall .fall Gazet~e wherein he defends
the officers of the American steamer
Oneida, and says sinces the order of
the Council of August 4, it is doubt
ful if there Is any rule of the road at
ST. JonN'b, April 12.--The new pi
lot boat John Mullen, eight days out,
it is feared is lost, with all aboard.
MADRID, April 14.-Riots broke
out at Seville yesterday, on aceount
of atteampted enforcetnient of conscrip.
Dario city charges that the. recent
revolt in Arragon was brought about
with Cuban money.
WASHINGTON, April .12.-Able law.
yers have been retaiuod by each party
in the Bureau Howard corrtiption in.
Revenue receipts th-day $185,000 ;
for the wouths to date $6,000,000
A dispatuh received by the Spinlah
Minister here to-day asserts that the
Spanish Bank of Havana has loaned
the government $5,000,000, without
The President has nominated S. T.
Day, of Florida, as Consul at Pieton ;
Edward Johnson, of Arkansas, at
Ghent ; and Alonzo B. Long, United
States Attorney for Louisialna.
Treasury diabursemeqts for the
month to dato smaller than any coir
respondiug ~period during the last ten
The Reconstruction. Conipittco
heard Senter flually this 'morning.
His evidenco and statements satisfy,
neither party, and suggests nothing but
that Federul soldiers be placed under
his control, wherewith he promises to
fnaintain peace. The fHouse, after
a stubborn resistance on th11 part of
Scheuck, postponed the tariff, aud
took up Hunt vs. Sheldon, 'frqm.
In the Senate, the bill restoring the
Washington relics to Mrs. Curtis Lee,
which passed the House, was referred
to the Senate Military Conmnittep.
The Joint Indian Committoe w'as
up. Iu4efinite postponement was de
feAted. Th6'Benate Comnittee on
Commerce agreed . to report in favor
of directing the Seoretary of War to
sairvey a route for the James river and
In the Senate, the Georgia bill was
taken up by 20 to 29, and discussed
by Tipton in favbr of Blnghan's
amendment, and by Howe against the
admission. of the State and in favor
of a provisional government. The
latter argued that the "StAto consti.
tution allowed the Legisiature to per
petuate ,itself indefinitely, . Grid was
not republican in form; and that
when twio parties in a State bated
each other more than they hated in
justice and outrage, neither should be
allowed the 'ascendancy. without a
vote." The question comes up again'
Three thousand dollars was appro
priated to the coinnuittee for the in
vestigation of the .lBureau Howard
V ASHINGTON, April 14.--The Pres
dont nominated Judge Geo.P. Fisher,
famous for his rulings in the Surrat
case and for his quarrel. with Judge
Bradley, U~nited States District At.
torney torsthe District of Columbia.
A bill chartering the Paciico cable
from San Francisco, with a capital of
$10,000;000, was pasesed. It is Cyrus
W. Field's sehemQ. . it will doubtless
pass the floulse. Its. Constlummation
will girdhle. the globe with telegraphs
In the Sonate, Morton made a la
bored address, on thp Georgia ques
tion, blaming the Democratic party of
the North for the partial failure of
reconstruction. He proved from 'the1
4proeeedings of the Tennessee Legisla
ture, and other documents, that. the
K~u-Kluax really had a formidable . or
ganization. throughout. the South.
Quoting from the Freed men's Bureau
reports, he showed the South very
bloody, and chowed from jarous re
suits of election in the South that if
an elet oto is. helsl in~ Georgia this fall,
it will plpeo the State in the hands of
the Donuooracy. 'le narrated bloody
events in the South, and asserted
that, in many sections freedom of
opinion wee not tolerated. Finally
a vote was' roached on Williamu'
ausendmnent, providing that the
nekt elsction .for wembers . of the
Gehr~a) ssemnbiy shall be held on
the Tuek sitethe first- Monday in
Novemboarr -12, and' providing for
the extension of offielal-torms 'beyond
* the regtildifiriod 'nanmedkirs the 8tate
constitution .apd rpquirilg the con
sept of telegislatore tp thislgisla.
- tion. Itiwaae defestedi by a vo of
24 to 25. Many:8enatbrIIdeIged 'the
vote, anid the sebhli is quite dotibtful.
Tbio GeorgiA edremists 'were coufi
dent thia. morping of carrying th~Iy
revehnie re e(o~
the pintW 4fo ThJO~ r,
Ban1dng' and' Currency Committee
7 considered a bill rnodeising the cur
rency $59 00aE oig
say anything totegegg
~4 furthr tban ab?. 0 i s~
desire to seeetb
K ed by it will'bV hea orthy
who hve h ~ u1t
so, I would not hape been
for &e ruatleal
8fose'b60! 6. ;972 itills;-687
washtubs, and 150 gallons whiskey
have been destroyed in T'nnessee as
CINCINNATI, April 12. 'The returns
frot Montgomery county have decid
ed the elections against the Republi
DUan, because the inmates of the Sol.
diers' Hlome (who are not citizens,)
were allowed to vote.
ST. Louis, April 12.-Dwight Dun.
kar has been appointed City Treasur
Dr, vice the defaulter,Suzesky Adolph
Krager, who was arrested, charged
with robbing the city treasury of
A quartermaster's train encamped
it Bluff oreek lost 139 animals on the
Gth of Marob. The robbers are sup.
posed to be whites disguised as In
NEw, Yonx. April 12.-The read
ind of letters at McFarland trial was
listened to with -breathless attention.
3ome of them .arc very curious.
Severtal witnesses swear Mcliarland
was a monomanine.
. .lIonerooN,. April .12.-Chase con.
ients that the mayoralty case aball be
eoa'd by the Virginia (Court of Ap -
peals, where, he says, it belonge. The
Appeals Court was organizod to-day.
ST. Louis, Hipril 14.-There is
ieavy freshet in the Mississippi river.
3pposite Quincy, Ill., the river is
'ight miles wide, and the wedt of
.uinoy is entirely submerged. Wa
,er is over the Hannibal and St. Jo.
ieph roads for five miles. Should the
-iver rise one foot more, the track be
ween Qaincy and Palmyra will be
iubmerged. The river is still rising.
NxW Yoi'n, April 14.'--The' evi
lence seems accumulating that Mo.
'atand was partly- insane bwhen he
BOSTON, April 14.-The probate of
Peabody's will show that public bene
'actions exhausted his poperty ex
iept $150,000 to his kinsfolks.
SAN FRANuisco, April 14.-The At
,orney-General of California decides
,he fifteenth amendment inert as
igainst State laws until Congrees leg
slates for its enforcement.
NEW YoRx,'April 'd..:-The explo
ion at Sing Sing killed three convicts.
The propeller Wells in towing Coal
>argo3 explodedhtir' boilers, killing
hree persons. The Staten Islanders
hought it was an earthquake.
This forenoon a mob of 200 men
miployed on the sewers in Bergen and
'udson city, N. J., struck. They
ame to Jeisey City, where 130 men
vere at work on a similar sewer, and
tempted to'induce them to quit
Vurk. Pertuaision-being useless, they
ried violence. A force of 125 po.
ice came up, arrested the leaders,
Lnd dispersed the mob. Further
,roubles are apprehended.
CHICAMo, April 16.-Fonian Con
Iress has adjourned sine die. The Ex
outive Committee of Nine succeeds.
'ho names of the .members of the
JounQil will be kept secret for the
>resent. The expulsion of Richard
doCloud, by General O'Neal, was
DENvER, CO.OiRADO, April 1.
3anta Fe telegrams report now mine
'al discoveries near Harney Station,
Jew Mexico. The roads are lined
with people going to the new mines.
LJOUIsvilLE, April 16.--The court
nartial of Inapector-General Totton
ion vened to-day. -After a few days'
ession her", the court will proceed
o Charleston, 8. 0., to bear evidence
NEW ORLEANS, April 16.-The
ehooner Eimma, from New York for
salveston, was burned to the water's
pdge. The crew was picked up and
CINCINNATI, Apr il 16.--The tow
>oat. Roer exploded her boilers to
lay; twenty-three persons were aboard;
he captain and three others seriously
iurt; six others known to be saved;
~ourteen supposed to have perished.
I'he explosion occurred as the boat
was steaming out of her berth, under
L40 pounds steam.
SAN FRIANClCo, April 16.-The
'gent of a Tennessee company of
:anters, cnt to China to procuro Ia
orers for the South, returned by the
teameor American ; he says his' mis
ion was unsucoessful.
Nuiw YonK, April 16, 7 P. M..
)otton quiet.,with sales of 1,000 bales,
it 234 a 224.. Gold 184.
CHAnLESTON, April 1.-Cotton
juiet and unchanged--ilddhings 214.;
'eceipta 255; sales 27 bales
Livicuroor,, April 16.-Cottofi steal
Iy-uplands 11li ; Orleans 114t.; sales
Licic HIM LIKE Fi'#.-A thodest
routh ti'avelling. in that' unoiviliked
egion betwdon the Missouti rhe~ affd
3alifornie provided himself with a
.InulP' pistol, according to railway
ashion. While he was apparent!y
ixamining it but reslly "showing off,"
brawnf .rnIier whose belt was
reiglitad with'two heavy six shooters,
'$ked him what he had there?1
'Why" said the young an, "that is
Iial d es~o ni ithtban'
The Reuotionm $ ~y with the
FpIreopal ar'E~ fer "cling.
gto the word 'obey,*'" as applied to
*femgle partrof 'tkksewf~ pgv
There is one kin4 o0abi T19
Gvel a no lor
use on that bithere's alwa
mates and na ea in
is*Q 11tpa 1tlrW
Per dezgn (9 oq~n anid e veis
ti0 tpr #&L I:8 Ws ithe ~eo
Dapik(the orOWn of life.. It *9utids
too1'; *e falli we rise, we reign. It lifq
is 16ng, that answers life's great- enid.
We uay lot mourn as untimely the death
of Mrs; -E.ANN JOH N80N, well beloved
wife ofT .. lmohnon, - who depated this
li0' at noon, M-foh 61th, 1870. PIorn in
Winnnsboro, ste -'iemovcd ii infanoy to
Statebdrg, larsnoit County, where. sie
was edlinate4 under the supervision of the
best.tqaohere tha t section afforded. Ilor
modest m1on won.the admiration of all wio
know her. A bensistentt christian course
Rusined I'er tirough long afmiction. Self
gacrifloing, she delighted in offices of love
ani sbounded ini works of charity. As fos
ursMother of ten (10) little ones, offhpring
of dtrangors and knldred bereft of noher's
ara in infancy. shte supplied lock with 11
delity. Four (4) of these preceded her to
[he spirit land to accord ter weloose to that
bliss fu! abodo for whioh she'is made meet,
by adopting a4 the guide of her life, that.
sublimo summary of scriptutre, viz : "To do
iLtsti , love mercy, ansti walk humbly with
her god." The burthen of her song was,
"Abide with me from morn till eve,
Without Thee I onnuot live,
Abide with me when night is tilgh,
Without Thee I dare not die.
Faithful in all tie relations of life, site
was in truth a crown to her husband and
was content to sutfer and remain with him,
when for her it wsi far better to depart.
For more than a quarter of a century they
enjoyed unalloye I connubial bliss endeared
by interven ng years of patient suffering.
looking forward to reunion where, pain and
parting unknown, "they shall be aiangels."
"Hark it is the bri legroom's voice,
Welcome pilgrim to thy rest,
low within the gate rejoice,
Safe and sealed and bought and blest,
Even now niethinks she waits,
Just beyond the the Jasper gates,
Where across the stream ehe stands,
Beckoning with her holy han?'s,
)h for faith to look across,
Count not gain nor reckon loss
[t woeild cleanso my soul fron vin,
Could I take the vision in."
Latest Quotations of
CiiARLESTON, S. C ,
lorreoted Weekly by A. 0. KAUFMAN,
broker, No. 25 Broad St.
April 15, 1870.
STATa8mcountraTus-South Carolina, old
36; do, ew.--@80 do, registered
stock, ex Int-n80
RAILROAD SToCKs-Charlotte, Columbia
md Augsta,--@5 : Or enville and Co.
umbia, 2; Northeastern, 10@: Sa
rannah and Charleston, 85; 8outh Carolina,
!wholo shares) 46; do. (half do) 22.
SOUTH1 CAnOLINA BANK U11,..
'llank of Charlesto , -
'Bank of Newberry, .
Ilank of Camden, (a -
Bank of Georgetown,
lank of South Carolina, 6
Bank of Chester, 6Qa -
Bank of liamburg, . 3@.
Bank of State of 8. C. prior to 1801, 50@
Bank of State of 8. 0. Issue IMI
and 18G2, 18@
'Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
5Peopie'si Bank of Charleston, ---
*Union Bank of Charleston -
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
lonthwestorn R R Bank, Charles
ton, (now) -
state Bank of Charleston, 3
l'armers' and Exchange Bank of
Rxchsange Bank of Columbia, 10
Jomercial Bank of Columbia, 2a
ilerohant's Bank of Chieraw, 8@
Planters' Batnk of Fairfietd,8
state of S. C. lills Receivable, par
Dity of Charleston Change 1Bills, par
Scourities more ins demand. Exchange
favoring buyers. Money easier. flank
rates 1 9 cent. a month on Stock collater
.ls. Outsido rates arbitrary. Bank notes
*italis marked t~ius (*) are being redeem.
cd at the Bank Counters of eaeh.
KosKoo.--This medicine is rapidly gain.
ing the contidence of the people, and the
numerous testlmonsals of its virties, given,
hy practitioners of medicine, leaves no'
ionht that it Is a safe and reliable remedy
for itnpurlty of the blood, liver disease, &c.
T he lait Medical Journal contains an ar.
ticle from I'rof. It. S. Newton, 31. D., Presi.
nient of the E Aledi-College, oily of New
York, that speaks in high terms of its eura
lye properties. and gives a spoela' recom
mendation of Ko'koo to the practitioners of
miediine. This is, we believe, the first, in
stnnee where such medicines have been
Dfficially endorsed by the Faculty of any or
the niedical clleges, and refleots great
eredit upon the skill of Dr. Lawrence, its
oompoun~der, and also puts "Koskoo" 'in
the van of all Olbhdr tnedig9n95 9r theo pro,
Fresh, pure aif lis of yitalitirgf elixir.
iWhloever is debarred byd imstdnces from
inrestriotedi access to -tis inivisible, but
powerful stimulant, needs a mediOlnal in
eigorasnt of somne kind. The great obs eat
should be to choose the best. Popularity
is a pretty good guarantre of merit in this
scrutinIzing and in'telligent age, and tried
by this erimerie'r Hostemter's dioshaoh Bit.
ters statids first gmong the hsavigos'ating and
t"egulating medicines of the present day.
1'o the wants of persons engaged in insdoor
miniplyme, t o,. 8spsojally in dr-owded fdrt e.
ries whbre ot'en with iihe beet possible ten
ilatieft the at mncshete Is nldaysfi 56neb
degred pol'ted, this salftbidftA trge t A ble
boni is peculiarly adapited. The nature of
he ingte.lients Is no nlyst'ry. It consstt
of an absoIuteff patre diffusive stmwulant,
lintured--or rallher eureibarkd-*ith the
linid extracts of sanhstoins roolseand bInt1i
sh~l herbs. The pharmooe1 .hasr ife
inatmsres, but what are they?. The jfatW
If only a single root tOrbamrk 'or plant is
preentv.ne eabls. Net ene of't hemn combiteg
the three properties: of at totiiO,'at alt rk
livevr dtiapprient.- 'MV l'hese elesiih
Ire blended in the Ilitters; nor are these
he iamn'ft itsii I1inasreofdmatndt lhn
4t iiretoblo@d wet'efn at, autispas,.
1b~iba1'ite-fikp'tblaisr dit ha ba
PAftialo~btiftd of' 1te bayk*e br frE
hent, b lea in rodu4 li f ifi'9fi' t"o.
~Anis~tMf6 - tfo #"isnd when to hhIs
tial ersong f
wa~indmaftan aean .
B. F. DAVI
*iri V CAGAIN
_-rANN.D hr Titf
B 1% 1). has recently rtnrried frnn- th
U. with aniother Qf his fine and wll.seleo
Which they are offering low for CASH.
We would-invite speolal attentIon to our I
Ing a call from the Ladie:, even those of th
For Ladies', Alens'. Nlipses' and Boys' W*
the sad ha-oc we are making in DRY 0001
Call and examine our stock and see for yo
to be obtained at
api 19 30. .W. j'
Testimoniale fiom England,
Sta.-I.laving suffered severely from
usounatic paiis in the head and fae*. 1. was
induced, from what I heard said of it to
try PIaUT DAVIS' PAIN KILaRwn, from which
I soon found reiitf. It is indeed a valuablo
article. I am yours, &c.,
WILLIAM EVANS, (Mier.)
This is to certify that I have beeth a suf.
forer from Indigestion and- violent Sick
10ondacho 1 o upwards of four years, I
liave consulted many of the Faculty. but
have derived o material benefit from any
sourc', until I tried PRR )Ail' PAIN
KILLRn, which, I am hnp'py to state, IaS
done me more good tihan all I ever irld be.
fbro. LESTHlK BRIG0,
Gr.NTraa.:rm,-T have mnch pleasure in
spe-aking of the great. effiency and useful
ness of your 'AI5 Kts..:n. Two years
ago I was severely nillicted with a painful
Internal diseae, when a friend -of mine,
who had just, returned from the States,
gave me a small quantity of PAIN KILL1,,
which lie had brought over with him. I
took it as directed, and the relief Was im.
mediate, and so satisfied wan I of its value
as a medicine, that I immediately sent to
Now York for half a dozen bottles; and I
am thankful -o say, thar, it has proved to
my family and friends who have used 1i of
inestimable valie in relieving Almost all
kinds of pain and suffering.
yours, &0. - it. 1). 'M PD,
No. I Pall-Mall, Manchst er.
SrIcIAt. \,atut.--To parties.in want of
L aors, ashica nd BlindP, we -refer to the
Advertisement of P. P. Toale, the large
iuanufncturer of those goods in Charleston.
Price list furnished on application.
Phyaioiaus Use Them hi Their Traotioe.
It is almost universally the' onso that
Physicians oondemni what are goperqlly
known as "Patent Medicines." , Although
R- TUTT'S LIVERI PILL IS NOT A PA.
TENT MEDICINE, yet its composition (the
result of years of study) is known only. to
himself, and so palpable are their valuallo
murative properties, that very many of the
first. Physicians in the Souith and West have
adopted them in their pract ico, and recom.
mend them to .heir patients. april 14-Im
Anovy StrsricioN.-A number of 'the
most prominent and influencial cilzLns of
lh noble old commonwealth of Kent troky
have united together to form and recom
mend to the people at lnrge for patronage,
a very attractive Priz~e Scheme ; nnd we
are glad to bo al-e to say that the indtuee.
monts are so great. ad t he security for the
faithful perf'ormnanco of all promises so
strong, that it, plaoea the whole entirely
above suspicions. We will be happy to fur.
nish any-of our friends information on the
subject or to aid them in secnring tickets.
DECLINE IN PRICES I
A N extensivo assorientorf al sfyles o
nlew,,iust reeived and now on exhllltion.
Every Article a Bargain!
.As Cheali as ainy Iarklft!
BRING THE GRtfNBACKS
G00DS SHOWN WITE PLEA8URE,
aPi Y8 1 . N. W ITilBRS,
Cottufy,)on thd 1i0th dey of 2lauy, at 11
o'olUok In the ftelf'tow, fol' a it'al discharge
as.OthtiditA of Mfargeiret ..Lemon.'
april )8~ ~/ -GuardJ6
e Wa RasR*roositio a heavy stook -f
18 :o~edegia ntt e,#a crew
DSON & CO.,
.AM.Y WtN DS OF
F~D S-CTMl."HIE !
I WORLDI RNO WNED METROA'OLIS,
ted stocks (of hoie
RES4000DS DEPARTMENT, only solicit.
I'Mit pricious tasteS.
ar, we have no rival in market. And in fact
.9, is alarIming '0 eveu hear of
,rsolves, that bargains R101 and RARE are
M7i.<.con. t, Cc QhE I
WE are now receiving one of ti- 2
best seleoted Stock of OODS we .
havo had since the war. Smoie goods ']
oheaper than before the war.
Goods always at Oulumbia ptices,
and some styles
TEN PER GENT CHEAPER.
CALL AND GET BARGAINS1
Bring the. CASH to
IADD BRO'S & 00'e1
aprI 13 .
1S here with his his Star Galvanized Cow.
Zdghtnin5 Rod. i
Protect your Lives and Property. n
ORADRS LaFT AT
Brown's Hotel will be promptly at tended to. t
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S tnlooL BooKS, Bibles, Photo,,abic
Albums, raint Boxes, Waverly Novel:,
Dioken's Works, Thackery's Works andl oth
er Novels, Cook Books, Letter Writer:,
Farm flooks. Books on Etiquette, &ii.. &e.
for sale by
HETCIIIN, McMAtbTER & BRLICE. .
Ladies' and1 Get ta' Shoes. Brogans, Sole
Loather, Tuba, Brooms, Oil Cloths, India
Rubber Balls, Napkin Rings, 0o0mbs, Hair
Pins, Bands, &o. A variety of' Lamps for
Halls and Parlors, Lanterns, Pooket Lan.
terns, So., &o. Shades, Sewing Birds,
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, 'r'es, &d., of best
quality, and all at low prices for sale by
JKisTCH1IN, McMASTERh & BR10ES.
B ItI00ES, Muslins, Lenos, Japanese
Mozambiqutes at &&tont half what they iold
for last yeat.
a fine stobhc6 bi ssimora chit s, tAibet and
Coltonado Sacksi and Pants, Russis Krast
and Towels at reduced prfces for cash at
KETCHIIN Mo~t AST$)( & IJitCE.]
Ioeland Moss, flavbting Extraods. Con."
eentr~fed 144, Toilet Soaps, Perfumery
Toilet 1'o#def; MorphIfie, Pahr Killer,
'rebOh Blascki, &e., &o:
KVTOHIiN, MoMASThII & SXt1Cf
my naae*U was~ U A,~Weand
O(nde , Order of Judge of Probale.
Ex I arte, Jatues Hunter and Ellen ifunte
-Petition for Sal, &a.
1'N pursuance ef an order made by Williar
Sitllson Wligg, ludge of Probato foi
Itichlatid County, In the above stated case
I will soll on the first Montday In May next
ini front of the Court Ilouse in Columbia
within the legal hours.
All that tract. of land n 'lchland Coun.
y, of which the late Jacob Wyriek. dec'd,
oseased. Continling four hundred nnid
ieve..ty-four (474) acres, more or less,
mounded by lands of Col. D. D. Fenley and
ands formerly of Col. Leitner and others.
k large portion of ih land is In virginal
>ak anw1 hickory forest.
Tamss OF SALR-OnC-thiidl cash, balnnt)
n.one and two years Ptrohaser to give
oand with personal security and a mortgage
X the land, and pay for Ftamps and pa.
iera. V. F. FItAZEE, S. R. C.
lodfrey Oneale, vs. William Marshall and
others, heirs of Jacob N. Onetle, dee'd.
N pursuance of an order mado In the
Labove stated case, by Wm. M. Nelson,
udge of Prabato for Fairfield County, I
illi nell, on the first Monday in May next,
a front of the Court House, In Winnsboro,
rithin the legal hours of ale.
All that tract. or parcel of land of which
acob N. Onenle, deceased, was seiged and
ossessed, sittate in Fairfield Couuty, on
he road leading from Monticello to Colum
Ila, containing one and seven tenths of an
ore, more or loss, and bounded by lands
f James K. Rabb and William P. Curry.
Terms Cash-Purobasers to pay for titles
L. W. DUVALL. 8. F. C.
Vinnsboro, April 9, 1870.
Est0 ifO' Samuel Stevenson.
avid Stevenson and others, vs. John Ste.
vfnson admr., and others--Bill for Par.
titIon of Land.
Y.an order made in the enuse above
stated, dated 22 March, 1870, the oredl
>rs of the Estato of Samuel Stevenson de
ased, are requited to present and ostab.
sh their demands agmttist ahid Estato on or
Lfore the 1st day of June next, before the
lerk of Court as Referee.
SAML. D. CLOWNEV.
Clcrk's Oflice, Clk, and Referee.
Id March, 1879.
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It Is the only purely mutual Comitpany in
It b o n r1t,111rs. All surplus
irotet) ni.ut be dividcd atrong tho assured
It is in every respect conservativo, its
ivotntmentls are confined by charter to the
ost Jolid eeurities, and il is under the
tnagement of business men of well known
bility and integrity. its Board of Tris.,
cs coi..prises many of ilie innt prominent
en in South Carolina, Georgia and North
Persons wishing any information, will
lease communiluie with any of the oflioers.
1B. P. ATLEXANDER
Vicee'President and Aolunty.
Vice-Ai-ouident In Georgia.
H. NYE hUTCIlINSON,
Vice-Prtsident In North Carolina.
GEO. E. 50008,
Seoretitryandl General A gent.
april 7-1n* Medical A dviser.
SPRIlk) Oa!lcev, 1r, wn and IBlao~'d
[omspuns, Salora Jeans, Sugar, Coffee,
'ea, Oalidies, Soap, Birades inoes, Shtovols,
roll IRope, Plow Lines, North Carolina
A well Assorted Stock of
ookibng Stoves which wIll be sold at lower
rices than can be bought In this State.
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
l'IlE CIilPEST STOREY YT!
'CAN IT B31 J(SSIBi1tE V
Y~s~ IT 114,
. ELDER~ I5 T1E IlfA,
1Y5T thinni, d Ibit t don't think too long,
or you mnay mies tlid ohnho.
* .adled Hatsi
Ar ll a t r5cne
ens otisf/# 25 p oealet
~Consisti agin Hardwarq. Groceries, Boots
t ~ I I ~ e a D r Q o d o% n r y , N o t i ~
e 194 ty9 nloiu~ eyesy iartilel
'Al he asks 6e" loeasing
l$cwhevtudt ThbaS'lV fy4A. e('o the
eenibacks, need not call, as his mot8 .isi
apT 12 Qnrac No
Prices in Acco: dancei,
cline of Rold and Cottw,
COFFEE Sugazs, 14@17*., bMolasses 60.
@$1.00 per bbl., Bacon, 16@19o. per owt.
Lard in 1'nddies, 26c., in barrqls, 20c. (re
tail), Washing Soap, 10c., Carolina, RiOS,
$6.75 per bushel, boat Sugar Cured Hams.
26c. Special inducoments offered on torn';
onll and inquire,
D. R. FLENNIKEN.
mar 24 Agent for Aubrey & CO.
LOT of Baltimoro Bacon, Sardine.,
Pickles. (*how Chow, Cheshire Chesas,
Coffoe, Sugar, Smoking and Chewing To.
bacoo, Begars of all grades. Also a fne
lot of Campseon's Extra Family Flour, whieh
will be sold at COST.
We also keep constantly on hand a On.
assortment of Wines, Liquors and Ale,
which we offer at greatly reduced prices.
A nice lot or mens' Womens' and Chiie
drene' Shoes and 0aiters. Call and see.
an 27 ODING, STUART 4 00.
A LOT of fioe Flour In sacks of all sis
Rice, Lard Bacon, Coffees and Sugars of
Liquors, Wines, Porter, Ale, Brtndy
Peaches, Durham Tobaeoo and Cigars of
(lie fanot quality, which I will tet lo-wfor
Cash, R. J. MoCARLt.
IWARDEN SEE .
7 M 3mMS
C3 m W T I sr'E.
E. W. OLLEVER'S
Fruit and Confectionery Store,
ADMINISTRIAT JR'S NOTICE,
1,L ersns.having olaims againsi
A.1WillamShed. deceased, are request
feb 24 Adan'r.
I AM viow prepared to
fill ordere for' new Wag,
ens, Carta, Wheelbarrowg,
&o. Aliso repairing neatly execnted. Al!
kinds Blacksmith work done at my shop.
The patronage of the pubie as rspeotfully
solioltedl. W, EE DUVA,
Two Dirnes and' a Half Pays the
MoIlITYRE & CO'S.
590 L3. ?li.d Candies.
2 Gross of Prize Candy Doxes.
2 " Canned Tomatoes.
2 " '' Corn.
24 Boxes RaIsins,
8 Gross of Pickles.
2 Cases of Bardien.
Oranges atid Lemions,
He W. DESPORTES,
(CGRNER NO, 1.)
who hfi *1 el lo or CA ,
The Last sengation
tU8 r eye a flesh a ipp, o #io
O s livu6 nen 8, baooe
p yfor dupiliabe of be''i
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