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dedne3day, April 19, 1871. 1,
F-r a copy of the proceedings of the
si-ia m-etiuig of the Charleston Cham
Iser of Commerce, held on the 30th
March, in reference to the public debt
:m'1d taxation of the State, we are inidebt
e-1 to the Chamber of Commerce. The
p-roceedings of the special meeting of the
Charleston U,ard of Trade accoMpanies
it. These proceedings are highly inter
esting, and the Chamber iill accept
thai:ks f>r the courtesy.
Another Way for the Money to Go
The Uinion Times shows that under
te old system of drawing juries there
: no expense in the drawing. Now
th:ere is. For that County it will be
.biat three hundred und fifty dollars;
t-r (har-leston, one thousand. An al.
proximation may easiy be made from
thi-, w:at the aggregate will be. The
!>:od consists of three officers, who are
v: 1iiied to three dollars a day, a ho wil
il:inue in session as many days in the
vma as the Circit Court is in session in
:!Ie C-,untv. There will be a dra%ing
I -r cvvry court-three every year. At
Scry drai r1ng the elelk and sheriff are
i be pie-ent. The figures for Union,
e ai:1 stand thu:
ia :e week-. thirty da-s, three
comiamis.ioners, at $3 each, - $270 0)
i m- x;r:a days, three comnsis
ai.rs, at $3 adch, - - 45 00
l:re ays f cleik and s'iefiff,
:: S. ca. . - - --.is 00
T.:.. - - - ..-.-. $33 001
'k 11 : UL t!s.?
the CO.sL of the drawing onaly;
.. c-o:n ud i,sn:inag ventire, s.uammoninagi
&., remain as it was before.
Dr. WiLsmith not Dead.
he . owing .lttcr, shoi t and swcet
Oepcit, i, pioof positive that Dr.
th is nt dead, nor even sleepirg,
ze spcr.th, and wisely :
:::9 : I have seen in the CharTles
- -:er mnenient by the Chamher
ti . ti-re , -'.1 call a conrention of
t-,x-; avers (if the State to meet in
:-mUi:t ;n tI e second Tuesday in May.
: th tax-payers of *Spa-tatbur
ii eam-ting promptly, and appf-int
"Utes to '.6aid convention, and as I
he 1u1ab10le ta 'tteid such nieceting,
.e throngh your paper, to express
app oval of the movemlienat, vhich I
.toe m ay everantuate in relieving the tax
:e,(rs from the ruinous burthens which
;L e bIken imposed upon them by a cor
;,t Legi.,bt ure at i s last session. A
ted, prudent and deci,ive movement
Sp::: t of the ttix payers cannot fail
be feit, an:l may be productive of
uch:d relief. Very respectfully,
'N er.gratulate the Doctor bo,th in s
*recovery fromt his cruel wounds, and C
- :e h;ealthy breathings of hais le.tter.
T e indical patrty tried their level bestI
rake a big capital out of the shoot-(
kii'i:.g, anurdering and subsequent
c:zd .f th.is gentlemaan, and rather sg
4y ltoiled. And uow that he is not
*ivnot dead, but asserts that he i, I
-.e andi awake to the issue, the party
- ! be grievoudyv disappointed.
Spirit of the Northern Press.
The Pr ess and the thinking people of
'nNorth are turning over the question
t:tatn w:thout representation, and I
.-:a tot see light. The Nation is out an
- engthyv leader on the crisis in thi, I
e,i- awl copying the reso'lution- a
..ied hy the Chambe-r of Comamerce,
li>a:d1 of Trade of Charleston, com.
a -nats axs folows :
Int the presence of this disgraceful and
ajrecedented stamte of thirrgs, the nma
- y;t oft the pro)perty-hialers and tax
r'e' of the State are excluded from :
snaire in legiaslation. It is not eon
a ,therefora., that the mteetinig, aifter
:ng that the taxes are corruptlv
-~*i aund i'nprovidently spent, and tha~t r
*rediat of the State has been pledged
-:zly,- ::nd that it is now proposed to 1
.i; it f,.r sti;i further loans by a new
- i- od bain, annournced that the tax
* -- ami property-holders of Charles.1
tnt hld these bonds binding,
-Ivill res.ist all taxation for the pay
- t f 'he-m h,v "e-very le-gitimate means
het ir power." We add our warning
h t .f te meetinZ. It is imnpossible
t the I li shdities which the carpet bag
ennmen t at the -South are creating can
3 idya--t when society gets inat. its
u- oditio.,, and any one who takes I:
n.wbo:-I- not only heIpa to sus- I
-a a-rk of <;rea&t kniavest in the en- '
the~ ir plunder, but takes a .
b'ya' bati ,aeem itr.
A Healthy Feelin~g,
\ m-i fro-ta Columbia a few
reiL-ri::.t t'i the ituation,. and 'i
- :hgwh: iN t:aking place in a
- h~er: mai:ad m regaird to the ac
I:u-e situation of affairs in South
- ma.tio.ned the happy resulte
eia. f.,lo virg fro'n the tide' of I
:4 t whbich is gradiua.iy but stead -
a - from the N.>rth and West.
Letisus have found homes ina (
*- a,. h-iVe. brought capital with:
,a:ae.!er thain thait a share ofi
~ens, ' iech with onaly an ex-.
natod .igh wil frce thmto
-:a abl coclIusion, that the temper,
duof the white native people
a! rossy misrepresented, and
h~tde of the actual condition has
.Sei:'g is believmng, and
I:conatact with our people.
4 x;.ere::ce of the deplorable ef
-.:the sad conditio-n which this con-1
-- a at f-orce on the:, will soon have
.. .liready are these settlers
h~omne to their friends true ae
n t. o-f the condition of affairs, and
-etters, comning from such a source,
at haappily dispel much of the dark
-- s anad prejudice which tills the mninds
* ose far removed from us, and who
.ix comparatively nothing about us,
e'.- :.t the lies which are so industriously I
e .ated for par ty purposes and polit
he followting interesting notice taken I
rom the Geneva (N. Y ) Gazette:
Olr worthy townsman John B. Dixon,
r.d wife, returned last Saturday from an
verland trip to Charle.stun, and the far Sa
iterior of South Carolina. He has set I
p a tile machine at Anderson, in that Gr
itate, and he brought bone a specimen
if tile manufactured at that place. The Al
lay is of quite a light color, and the tile
wore porous than our own. A Bne pay- or
ng business is anticipated.
Mr. Dixon, as is well known, has hon of
stly attiliated with the Republican par
v. His testiniony theriefore, as to the!M
late of social ard poliical and govern
mental atfairs in tie Palmetto State toi
duced by personal observat ion, if against I
he Radical reconstruction policy, cannot Fr
>e attributed to bias in favur of the to
'rebels" or their "lost cause." He says
he condition cannot well be worse ; that h
he worse elements -f tl:e population, G
rhite and black, fill the legislative halls
.nd most of the public offices ; that meii
f intelligence, experience arid probity
re proscribed by both Federal aid State
aws from holding any place of public m
rust, and even disfranchised. No won
ler, then, the prevalence If crime, the th
atter disorganization of society, the de- po
Mased condition aid intolerable insolence
>f the ignorant hlack.-- o %onder the tb
icca!.ional outbreaks of niob law, ad In
in outragel cmiomut-ity takiiag ven
;eance into their owil hands. of
Mr. Dixon p.lac--d in our hand a copy 9u
>f the chur lestiin C-u: ier of the l6th,
ointing out a leading editorial which he f
ay truthafil.. ue[.-s5nthe.,ituation)," eF
nd utters the gietanc,es over which the
V1hole Sou ti colilplains.
Mr. Dixon is pr,fuse in praises of the
ospitality of the people whoin be en.
-ountered, particularly tef-rri-g to the tr
amily of Mr. Crayton, ot Anderson.
He brought home specimens of un- rj
,h led rice, and cotton balls as they Al
,row and ripen upon the plant-1,oth
are curios:ties to must people of our Ct
Ku Klux Bill. W
The Senate has passed the Ku Klux t
ill with the amenditenits proposed by G
he Judiciary Consmittee, which -am11end h
nents strike out the rqpea! of the test w
>ath for United States jiror!, leaving
he law as at present ; and am-ther, by u
herman. as follows: That if any bouse, to
eitement, cabin, sh,p. building, har n or
,ranarv shall be unlaA fuily or feloiotsly
leiolished, pulled don n, btrned or des H
royed, whilly or in part, by any per ! 0
ons riotol.s'y : In I tuiiult nousl:y a4lse n .
iled together; or if any person s dalld
mlan fuiy, and with force and violet,-, ek1
it whipped, scourged, vouided or killed za
v any persons riotouly and tutimlit
usly as-enbled together; and i such of- wt
ence was committed t.> deptive any per- uP
on of any riglitcoi-ferrel upon Lim by the J"
,oist itutitn; and laws oftie Uiited S1:ates.
r deter him from or punish him for exer- of
ising any such right, or by re:.son (,I
is race, color or previnns coniJti >n t ,
ervitude, in every buch ease the ithabpi th:
ants of the County. city of parish i is
hich any i-f the said iffences shall l tbi
ommitted, shal! 1.e liable to pay ftl. I
ompena:ion to the person or persons
amtaged by such off'en-, if living ; Vt t< n
is legal represetitative if deadi ; and!S
och cormpe.s.atiin may be recovered b1
ach person or his represe:-tative liva
uit in any court of the United S.aites, ol
nmpietent jurisdiction, in the distr ic n.
-hich the offence was ciommitted, to lit
the name of thte pe-rson iijuireid or hism:
rgal re;present-ative, anad against said no
;ounty, city or pa-i-h ; and excution 1
1ay be issued ona ajadgemient rendete eI do
isuch suiit, and may be levied upon ana "
r operty, real or personal, of anyl person ~
i s:aid C.imiry city lit p: ih ; an.1 t. h.
aid County. c'ity' or par ish which mnas
ave satisfied such j idgtncent, or thle per- ihe
on out of whose proper ty said judg rai
aent shall hare been satisfied, as ti,r TL
ase may be, may recover the fu!l amount
f said judgment, clist< and interests. m
roun any person engaged as principal r ye
ccessorv in such riot, in an act.ont~ ie
ny court of cotnpet.-nt jiirisdijction ;tc
nid the person ont of w hose propiertt
ucla judgment shall have been sati5fied, a
hall, in suc'h case, have contribution a- adl
t common law ; anid the Circuit Coutr: wi
f the United States for the proper dis (
rict shall hare jurisdiction of such actiiin
'he bill was passed by 45 ti 19-llill.
toihertson, Shurz, Tipiton and Trumbull st
Hoiuse,Apr.l5.-The Ku Klnx L1il was Fri
aken up. The Senate's amendment, a I
xtending the righat of the President t'
u-pe-nd the habeas corpus to the end of
he next regular sessiion of Citngress. i
ras rejected---86i to 93. An amnend kir
aent requiring the iron cIa-d from Fed -er
rid jurors ws as rejected,wihout division any
'he amendment knowtn as "Shiermaa's
mnendmnent," telegraphed in full lasr
ight, was rejected-yeas 45; niays 1.31
'his is the amnendmer.t asessing damn
ges upon localities. Other amend th
tents the most of thenm imrmit.rial-".
rere concurred in, arid a c!ommaittee iof16
nnferenace was ordered. Shellaharger. I op
chotield and Kerr were appiiinted on err
bie part of the House. A'lj- urned.
-- - + ~ - RE.
Tais LtsT ori As OLD S:.-r Gos.-r-The dei
nt one of the old Set of G3lover brn as
hers is gone-men honaorabily identified b
-ith the life aind history of &.lge-tield. 1
Sfew weeks back we chironich.-d the lo'
eath in Augusta, of Robert Glover, E1q in
nd now it isour panu uyto an-d
ounce the d'ath of David M. (il"ver, th
sq. Mr. Glo,ver departed this life at
is resinee some tine or ten mnies h
>tt our villaige, on Sunday morning laO-t,
god about sixty fi* Ie.
Col. WV. Henry Gruflin, a gintlemian ha
>rmerly well kniiwn and mui-h lhon- re.i Tt
athis his native District, departed thi,. e:
fe at his home, Houiston, Texas, (in thne fin
W h uit.-Sgetield Adrertiser. p
Wons','s RIGuT -ro \oTz iN Sort-i: W
!AnoustA.-Thae Washington Ghr:onicle mz
ays: "The right of women to viit-- un IA
e-r the Constitution of the Unaited States an
4 soon to be tested in South Caroina. e Ct
it the ele'tion in October last in that Iwi
state, five colored women were allow ed a
o vote at a certain polling place. The int
lanage.rs oif Election were arrested, a
rie-d, and sentenicedl to six mionths' im acl
risonment, and to~ pay a fi'ne of $201' WI
uch. The Mtanage-rs have carried the th
ase to the United Slates Cire-nit Court, th,
rhich meets in Charle<ton ihis month, pli
he gri-und of appeal being that the Con TI
titution and laws authorizes femtales to uni
THE: CossFcrtc-r Ea.isc'ains.-The last
tmher of the Hartford Tfimes, gives the
ollowing as the result of the Coinnecti
tat Election. The Times addis:
The claims of the Radica's that they C
an get the Legislaturc to override this
egal result will nit stan-d.
Ihe whole vore is..--....-.-.-.--..--.-.94,94] a
It is thua divided: 5
lovernaor Enzlish.............-...47,491 ra
tar-shall Jewell.-................47,45( th
;orer-nor Englishal's maujority....-.-.....41
Of the scatter ig vote-a, a najority wiill
General Newt Items
Ir. Greeley does not wt x his moustache. Ta
snow in the mountains of Utah has melted.
Wol. D. L. Donnald died at Williamston on Dzj
trday, the8:h- blood
9ir. John Markley. an esteemed citizen of 1 very j
eenville, died on the 8:h in.t. I him it
rhe thermometer on Saturday the 8th, at c
bany, marked 100 in the shade. set.
rhe women of Paris are to form a military s
,aniz-ition for the defence of the city. word
)ver seventy war novels are now in course
preparation in Germatny. orders
D)ne person out of every two hundred in But I
.mphis Is a lawyer. on th<
Gen. N. B. Forrest has subsided into a cot- his at
i planter in Missi-sippi. fauis
In the Lezislature, at Albany, N. Y., last move
iday, two members came to blows and had rapid
be separated. mo e
rhe pledge of the anti-Chignon Society has delica
en taken by over fifty thousand ladies in and sl
Ii,s Sarah Kilgore has been admitted to form.
aetice at the bar of the Supreme Court of
rhe town of Pickens has elected a dry tick- ever %
and consequently closed up all its rum and p
The New York Herald is inclined to think He ar
at there Is more smoke than fire in the re- prival
rts circulated against South C.arolina.
The town of Walhalla fortunately owns cham
e Fire Engine formerly belonging to the
dependents of Columbia. but at
A. letter was lately dropped into the Post The Ii
Ice at Niagara Falls, directed to Schicha- with I
ugh, [linoyse. ereatt
It is stated that all the sympathy of work,
reign powers is with the Versailles gov- was L
The funeral of a colored drayman in A!
ita last Thursday was attended by a lon:t
occssion of drays with their drivers. ture s
The Purisian ladics are about adopting, in site W
ew of their country's misfortunes, an ex- I UMe
me sobriety of costume era as
The three men named Gtffin, arrested for savag
bhing the safe of the County Treasurer of But til
ax-ville. assert their innocence. fce
There is, comparatively, heavy fighting in
tha. The Cubans seem thoroughly organw,
.d for guerilla war. ways
If all the food the dogs of this country ent ture i
is 1ed to hots, it would make $>0,000,000 the p
)rth of pork. and a link of sausage besides sweet
every man, free of cost. bean.
Wins!ow lamilton, who killed Captain quarr
:o. Butler, was arrested last Saturday, at ,
; father's house. in Lincoln Co., Ga. lie 'e sc
1i be released on bail. serapi
The remains of Mr. John C. Calhoun, taken ed th(
during the late war, have been returned the gi
the original tomb prepared for them in St often
iliips Church. gold,
The general amnesty hill passed in the bovs I
aule, but tahled in the Senate. Robertson '
ve notice that lie would get the Senate to en"
uAider the bill before the session ended. will c!
rhe small portion of New Orlein- which "on o
es not belong to Mrs. Gen. Gaines. kI a lon,
Limed by the heirs of one Madam Delilui- iis !a
tie who died a century ago. whic
A. devastating gale swept over Leaven, Like a
rth, Kinsas, on the 9.h, unroofing houses, !
rooting trees, killing one person, and i- ibut h:
-ing many others. and i
k Georgia paper asserts that the low prire There
cotton and the scarcity of money have j ined
en a wonderful impulse to the newspaper I;ke a
-iness in that State. t
r!;e Supreme Court of Illinoi< has decided tIe s
it a note given for money lost at gambiling the
void, even in the hands of an itinoc-:nt b-oad
rd party. it WO
[he Mes<ager Franco-Americain congratu- subtle
es the Versaille- government on its firm-cmp
ts ati'd determnataion in sa s-uccessfully re
ting the insurgents, 9uito
[he Supreme Court renffi-me its recent cing I
:ision unde,r the Conuti.cettion Ac', holding water,
Act constitution.al, and the form of pro- Iorigin
lure v.:lid, and fIt
rihe family of Jahnt B-own. the so called lavers
trtyr, who.-e soul is supposed to lbe still mnicro:
Irching. tare- .vtac in Cahf'ornia. They are
rvery prosperou<. Pa'
['he Mississippi Ku Kltix want a million of For, s
liars, the y arie ask itg for it th;rougth i, shrarp
diutm of circulars. H oaw i< thnat for high ? which
e r:iat- .on't solicit funids, but in a vcuiiarar l
v tL- e-.'ari m.r
magnificent gold watch and chsin aas been
sent-ed by the oufficers and e-mplaivecs of ca4
Richmond and Danvitle, and Peidmo,at desct-t
Iro ad< to their late Superintend 'nt, Col. noise.
os. Dodamead, now of the G. & C. R R- vo. c
['he Cincinnati Commnercial says the mo- you w
mlt a cuth is put on a raid and he i< prte- oto
ited from steanlinir, he yells rebel, And b:o
tt the Legislature of Sou'h Carolina is as the to
-rnpt as so m::ny New York back-alley pai
['he Ku Klux are reported to have kAlled breath
v-olored man in Lancaster county, after But ti
nuntnstering over a hundred stripes to a
aite man named Long. The Union says but th
the reason only that lie belonged to t~be er-ret
publicatn party. oblige
i. marb'e eutter near Lockport, recently side o
eived from a German an order for a tombi
ne with the following epitaph: "My **
e Suant is ded; if she had life till next These
iday she'd been ded shust two weeks. As veget:
ree falls so murst she stand. All thitngs is they
possible mit God."
3.alifornians report that many of their on th<
ail birds have been shot or poisoned, and
at, seemingly as a consequence, many dIes ai
dad of insects, before unknown or unob-, rapid'
'ved, have aboutnded in the coast vali-s, skin t
:i have dune much injury in the gardens, the fo
eyards and grain felds.t
The French Civil War News. the ta
lcavy fightinig has been going on during - iei
week atnd is still the order of the day. II"
ile the situ.trion is not materially changed Iwater:
ce the report of one week a-o. Dates to his 1k
h state that a terrific canonade was kept tif~ul ji
all lIst night, and the att:cks of the Gov
ment tro.ps were everywhere repulsed. 'n 'ee
'etroeum -hells have been prepaured to .morpt
ow into Valerian. The Chaurcii of Sr. water,
,:he has been seized. The womnen fat elv.
sout:ced a citizen dressed in plain clothe's girl w
a priest. The -'omen were te.-ribiy beatena to strai
the crowd. This is the first re-action in se fac
-or of p ests. .
ANXDOs, Api-il 15--The conr'entration of his ski
-al troops at Ver.wiilles contitnte<. The:rs, comm
a cir-ular, says the fighting oif the last t wo John,
r's was cornpar:ttively unimportant. The with a
vernmeint troops are well e.,tablisthed in i o
air positions. The ins.urgent sorties wereisn
tTfe ual. now h
01l are waiting for a grand attack. Mc- It is ti
hen is at Rail. C usseret, in reporting to dr-ead
Commune, boasts thiat the Assembli5t<
ye beetn seriously repnis&, and that he rocke<
s great confidence in ultim;ta snecess. soon
e Communists are p'undering public offi- wi'h 1
Sand churches. They coin all treasures I e
mnd . The supply oh milk has ceased, and Ifhe
>visions are rising.Evr
---- . .- - -Or as
Boats.-What constitutes a b -re ? "'TI
hat comnbitnation oif qualit ies goies to Whici
ike up that scourge of civilization ? It'neg
total lack of humor, we should say, I h
d oif that synmpathetic power which But
abies a person to see, as if by intineiat, of the
tether he or his conversation be agree- little'
!e to the listener, jinited siotmetitmes tea hieavil
ense egottsma; thiough thris last is not in wa,
iccessary ingeien'mt itn the hore's char- phyrs
ter, except so far as it is connected Isoon6
th wanit of sympty hIssneo ad
bore is th nabh.eesence hsysamnd
L*tic power. This bay no meaans liii- now 1
es the abasenc'e of sympaathizinag power. ago,
te tro are quite di.,tinct. A persotn ually
yv boare onte to. death with sym:tpathy, over
offering it at the wrong titte. A front:
'e has no tact. This is a hi- the mnas fr
hne bore so largelv pre-dommiates over
e feniiine. Womnatn, s a rule, have Irapid.
are tact than men. They are more upon
mtpathetic too; their finer sensibilities throni
aiieg *.hemr ts feel the pulse, as. it prised
.:re, of the indivi-dual pith whott they upon
e conversing or the societs' in which hi- fu
e-y are mixing. Bitt though the fetni- Nei
ne' type is rarer than the masculine, it
infinitely the worse of the two. The Eel
rity ta more than compensated for by The I
e intensty.--Tinsley's Magazine. at i
'His forehead extended to the gable end Gsiove
iFor the Herald.
Lim to the Little Folks about Insects.
NO. 2-THE MUSQUITO.
,z CatLazx.-ThIs voracious little
sucker has received the a'tention of
ncient peng, modern naturalists placing
i the same order as he was by the an
kristole He belongs to a tribe of in
rhose n:ime is derived from two Greek
, which signify two-winged, from the
iat he has only a pair, while the other
of flying in-ects have more than two.
his Al;bt through the air, as a ship
wave, he requires ball.st to regulate
:ion. The wise Architect has therefore
bed him with ballances to steady his
nents, and give him easy, grac ful and
inh-t. No maiden can boast a form
beautifully symm. tr.cal or exqui-i.ely
te. His b.ady is slender, his limbs !ong
ight, with a small bead. The result of
'ganiz.tiou being a light and fairy-like
m-isquito abounds everywhere. W her
re turn, this insect ma* be sceu flying
undering; in ields, woods and dwell
and always an unwelcome intruder.
ceremoniousl7 thrasts himself into our
>stairs and down s-airs, in the ladies
e." He Is no respecter of persons.
racks indiscriminately man and beast.
tile babe is offe3 seen covered over
he marks of his savage aitackit. He is a
re ofsong.and goes singing to his bloody
like Nero who fiddled %hile Rome
urning. I have seen a legion of these
d suva-es pounce upon a horse and
nt him almost to death. That a crea
a beautiful, with wings of such erqu;
o kmans.hip, and eyes so brilliant, iin
vane. es a. green as an emerald, in oi h
red as a sapphbe, should pos-ess such
e propensities, may seem very straje
tis only shows that beauty of form and
iav coexist with a very bad heart; and
prepossesin; appear ince does not al
wawant us in concluding that the na
as comely as the face. The gi I with
rettiest exterioi may not possess the
.st temper, but with all her radiant
r and sprightliness, may bespireluland
'some. the plague of the houseoldsnd
hool-room. The angelic lo%eline-s and
jic beaetyof the EgyptianQueen, v o k
dsgrace and ruin of Antbon, one of
.:atest of Roman generals. Temptation
approaches, arrayed in vermillion and
with a titbrel and a song. L-ok out
md girls or it wil '-bi e you as a ser
ind %tiag you as an adder." If you 1
o-e!y watch the mu-q-tito in the opera
r punc-uring the skin, you will oh<ei ve
iube projeci:ng f:om a point below
-e, net-work eves. This is the ca.-e
contains the instruments for piercing
surgeon he carries his surgical box,
indling the kn;ves more scientifically
ucce-afully than many surgeons do.
are six of these in5trumerts, closely
forming a bunch of stings. One iS
sword, with a saw liiV edge, another
ape of a spear, ano,iher of a lancer, &c.,
rhole together 1'4rming a miniature
sword. The point is so very fine that
'd not cause pain perhaps, but for a
poison resenbling w.ler, wlch :-r
'nies the puncture. Thot:th the mn's
s in the foran of a winged insec?, dan,
ghr'y .n the a?m.os:.h,ere, yet it is in
particularly in sta:::rtnt pools. that he
ates. That is, the eri are depo,ired
>at upon the surface in closely pack ed
, esembling, when viewed th.onugh a
'eop)e, clusters of enfield rifle b.alks
perpendicularly one ag.ainst thme other
r.nge to say, they are oblong, and
prinited at one cad. When hatchied.
i- in a very short time amf.er lhe. egg,
d, they appear int the water like littk
worm.'. very' q'tiek i'i their moveinent,
g nip to the surface an-I then ratpidy ~
din, patrticularly if disturbed lby a
If you wat.ch these wiggle- til, as
dil them, in a inb or barrel of wa.er,K
ill notice that they come u,> from :he
a head.foremost, but upon reachnig
p they turn a ssm half summe set,
gtheir tails where their heads haad
Now they come to the surfatce to
e, for they can't live long without at-.
ey don't brea:he through their mour hs
rough a small tube or pipe at the other
mity of the body. Hence they are
d to hold their heads down. By the
'tis breathing pipe there is a shorter
rhich is the terminaul-digestive tube.
little creatures feed on animalculan and
ble matter found in water. Thi- food
weep tnto their mouths by means of
.fts of hair like brr<.hes, which grow
ex.remities of t wo stiff hairs or han
the sid'ts of the mouth, moving them
y back and forth. Thtey stied their
tree times in ten or fifteen days. and at
urth time their entire fo-rm is changed
sect now looses his breathing pi:.e at
I. and in its stead two tubes make their
.anee at the head, like a donkey's errs.
now getting ready to exchange the
foir the aerial element, to emerge atom
uid grave into the atmosphere, a beau,
>ous creature. Let us watch his re
tion-this strange and wonderful meta
osis. See him on the surface of the
his body ca.~ "d near the head, like a
th the grecian bend. But he is trying
i-;hten and extetnd htimself upon the
.In the effort he has split himself or
ni right bet weena his ears, the split be
g wider and longer. "Whly, Uncle
if tere taint a boat, and a musonito
green head lying in it!" Yes, his skin
his skiff In which he sail.a. The water
as suddenly ceased to be his element.
le greatest enemy the musquito has to
Should the cradle, in which he is
I by the zephyr, be capsized he would
perish. This then is a critical :ime
'in. It is the crisis in his little life.
asses it safely then his fortune's made.
boy and girl reaches a similar point.
ere is a tide in the affairs of life,
ttaken at the flood leads on to fortune,
lected, all life's voyage is lost
Ilows and in tmiseries."
see, he is drawing htis hind parts ont
ca-c, and he now stands upright in hse
esse', like the mast of a ship. Though
y loadedI, i-s width prevents Its taking
er or capsising. Btut should the ze-;
btow two rudely the poor fellow would!
ttda watery grave. Iu this way thou
of mu.-quitos perish, as multitudes of
lo by the accidents of fortune But
is wings and legs, which, a little while
eemned cemented to his body, are grad
i-xpandled. and the insect boldly bends
be side of his silken boat, placing his
ee: caretully upon the water, which is
nough to bear his weigh t. H Is wing<
y enlarge, and now he ventures boldly
the tide, and takes his joyons flight
;h the air. And I would nor be sur
if he is not found to-night, perched
the nose of s.ome boy or girl, enjoying
st youtng supper. UNCLE JO HN.
rberry C. H.
1:etield is againa in I)emocraticehandp.
ollowitng town officera a erCechosen
e election on Monday last : In
nt--B. C. Bryan ; Wardens-A. A..
r, WV. F. Durisoe, 'Jr., &. .J. Norris,
SAD ACCIDENT.-We learn with deep re
ret that Mr. Jas. Reeder, of this district,
ras thrown from his buggy on Tuesday last,
.nd sustained such internal injuries as make
is ease extrem.ly critical. At last accounts
ie was in a dangerous condition.
Just before going to press we learn with
leasure that Mr. Reeder is doing well and
ikely to recover.
A GOOD TuMno.-An excellent Tonic and
nt-dyspeptic is Drs. Motre & Tarrant's Vic
otia Bitters. We have tried them and can
ionestly, and do cheerfully recommend them
o all persons surering from deranged diges
iYe organs au I weak habits. Their Liver
nvigoratur ii also one of the best, for all the
)urposes fur which it is prepared.
U,sUCC.SPL -An attempt to break
ail %-a, made some days ago by a negro
samed Drayton Dougl.ass, which was trus%
ra'ed by the timely appearance of the Sher
fT, who in the scuffle to .ubdue the prisoner
tnficted a wound on his face. The prisoner
a under Indictment for cow stealing, and
his we are told is not his first offeuce, he
riving been convi,cted before for the same
:rime and pardoned.
Tu WEATH s a AND Caors.-Spring seems
o have fairly opened and vcge:ation i<6 rapid
y advane:n , to the dcight of gardeners and
>taters. Fine rains wre bad last week,
which were much needed by those who h.ed
Mlauted corn, and wiich in many iistaneS
vas feared would not come up, owing to the
leavy crusr. The prtipe.-tja,t now isindeed
:heering anti bids t.1ir for bounteous crop, of
'ruit and cereAs.
FAUXERS ATTLNTIOIC.-Tn anoth r col
mn will be found an advertisement of Card
well's Improved Thresher and Cleaner. a ma
hine which has secured great favor. Tie
inmerous testimonials shown in the circular
listributed by Messrs. Cardwell & Co., are
videnccs of its superiority, and we would ad
rise our farmer friends to write on for one of
he descriptive circultars at once. Address J
N. Cardwell & Co., Richmond, Va.
CoINCI DENCE.--A rather singular coinci,
Ienee occurred in this place la,t week. The
'tesbyteri:an congregaion nho were looking
'or a vi;It and set mon on Friday night from
he R-v. Dr. M.artin, of Abbeville, were dis
Wpointed, in that he failed to arrive in time.
n the meantime, the R!r. Win. Ma.tin, of
o!umbia, put in an appearance, to the
>!easurable surprise of the Methodist con*gre
ration. who were not expecting a viit just
hen from the Reverend gent!eman In the
irmer case we are pleased to say that the
lisappointment was but f->r the night, as .he
text day's train brought the Rev. gentl-m.in
o anxioa-ly looked for. Both congreca*ions
vere edified by the discourses delivered on
A IkPs l Y. -f% st Situ!d:ty was one of
lie liveFest, busiest days we have wi:nessed
n mtonths. The streets were blocked with
r;gons and vehicles trom one end to theoth
r, while foot passengers crowded every ave
iue. And of ctairse it w.!. a wind aoll to the
nerchant, who d:d a large and profitab!e
ra-Je The biggest day's bu,iness of the sea
on no doub: was do.ae on Sat urda.'-, and the
carts of the mnerchtan's were aglo-. as tl:ey
artook of the S 'urday nig:os mecal, and
elt that there was glory enough for one day.
)f course on the next day Sabbath the con
ribut ions in the v.arn is chiurche., whe~rever
'4en up, c:arresponded happily wi;h the good
a. otgh t to them the ayber.
Thte rea-on for this larga inflfux o,f people
sa creditable o-me, ir had ramedc hte::vy the
lay beote, and ini consequence no fatrm
vcork cu!d be dote, anad e farmers, wives
nd d aughters, ocecupied the tim: by doing
heir nec-sary shioppinig.
NLWSPP:; OcIDBe ~a.-We copy the follow
ig as a guide to our readers in their
'bie- oft a newspaper:
If yoau wantr to rend five columns every
reek on the same subject take the New York
tapers; it' you need an opia-e, or thitnk you
teed lullinmg, take the PhiladelphIa papers;
r there is anythaing you don't want to fitd,
.,ke the Blaltimtore papers-you can't fiud It
'to save your life;" if you want as:ronomy,
indl venom, take the Chicago papers; if you
vant capital removal, take the St Louis pa.
>ers; if you want ancient and decayed para
;raphs, take the Sprint..iel- (Mass) Re'ptubli
n; If you want "R- views of the Week"
nd Beeher's lectures, take a Boston paper;
f you want to "shoot 'em on the spot." tatke
lie Memphis papers; ifyou wtant agriculture,
ake the Nashvi lie papers; if you want originat
>oetry," take the New Orleans papers; if
'ou wattt to know what Kentucky ought to
lea to build up a proud commonwealth, and
'what by thunder, she must do or COengress'll
nake her," take the Cincinnati papers.
ROUGH'-That there is a divinity which
;hapes our ends-rough-who can doubt?
rbe local took a day last week-a whoale,
>cautifull, sunshiny day -for recreation and
est from toils and turmoils. He went ,-ta
ng, as the most deli:thtful way, and the
reest from labor, of all so-called enjoyments,
n which a whole day could be spent. We
rent. Afterw.ards we thotught it was hardly
aecessary to tell our friends any thing about
tow we passed the day-suffRcient to thec day
ras the knowledge we had of it. Sime
'olks, however, are wondrous ingnisiive,
tn-I also persuasive, and the request has
>eetnmadle that we report on thte subjec
'ifter mature refle'ction, we respectfully sutb
nit the following:
We went to the Enorce, h w'd a splendti:l
i'ne-going there-and also returning -
W'vhile there it was not so good. It was pos
tively the reverse of good. Arrivingr early,
md full of harigh.anticipations, we b.aited a
took, and with baited brea:h fished, that is,
angled, without catching a fi5h. After an
tour, went for another hole; it was difficult
f access, and was not appro)achaed without
~roaning-s in the spirit and anathemas.
WVhat with cane tbrakes, briars :tnd mu], the
arspiration streamed freely; recreation and
-est thought we, is not to be found getting
it that hole, but then we'll catch a whopping
mig fish, so we angled atg.tin, and this time
aught one. Thme size of that fi h was a mar
rel, how it could possibly have lived in so
arge a -tream of water, is one of the mys
eries of nature, and it was the only one
here besides. Could not get another bite
Went for another hole, and met a native
who advised us to go down stream, we were
then heading up. Went down through the
;ame tangled canes, briars and mu], and
~ontinued to go down till tired nature refused
o go further. How we ever got back, we
au't tell in a brief article like this. It was
welve o'clock-took dinner, and then took
deart to try our loco-notive powers once
more, and this time on the other side of the
stream. Wind blowing stiffly from N. E.,
:hought we'd catch a few on Western slope;
nore canes, briars, mud, and no fish. Only
simpleton would have gone on any farther;
se knew better-in fact our legs gave warn
ug that it would never do. So we got back
-it took time though, and the labor was e.
:essive. s'he d:ive home was splendid, and
2ad we not gone fishing, the enjoyment of
It proves the adage that it's a bad wind
which blows no good. We don't go to the
Enoree any more, however. As a fishing
place It won't do. Others may try it If they
please; as for this local, Scott's creek will
answer all purposes. A man can safely ap
proximate what he wont catch there. Itwat
decidedly the hardest day's work we ever
did do, and the least profitable.
All of which is respectfully submitted as a
Ladies go to McFall & Pool's, and look at
those Shower and Back Curls, made of real
hair, and Lace Collars and Lace Setts, new
PJPES AND FIsH Hoos.-Who ever sup
posed that these two insignificant articles
could be Droductive of unhappinesv; that
they can and do entail trouble, the proprietor
of Baltimore corner is a living witness. He
philosophized a night or two ago thuslv on
this interesting sulij.et. Pipes and fsh book;
are a plague, and if they were not invented
by the devil, after falling from his high es
tale, they were by some fe!low who designed
to work the overt-irow of honest, pain.
I taking Cnfectiotter m,-n. I sometimes
think the man h4d me in hi, eve the whole
time Pipes particularly are a nuisance, and
one of the troubles is their cheapness, and I
another, that nearly always they are called
for by two or three old women who only
have five cents batween them, and who are
not settled in mind how to lay out their
money. I wi-h old Nick was the only
smoker. On sale-day for instance. I can't
i tell how m.iny of these old, interesting, bo
hemian, female pipe hunters come in.
What's prica? Five cents, marm Oh,
dear, can't you let ur have two or three? as
the case may be, according to the number.
Three for ten cents, ladie<, and no money in
them. Well, there they hang fire, look,
turn over, pick, talk, and all the time valus,
ble trade is waiting; they don't know how to
work out the role of three, and finally lay
out their money in lemon crackers, and I
have to put my pipes back in the box. I
tell you gentlemen, Job never was so tried;
that ancient sufferer never kept a Confec
tionery, or tried to sell pipes, and the old
women did not smoke in those days, or i is
tory would have revealed something striking
on the ,uljecr. Just here an interruption
took place, and we left 0 r synp-ithies are
much exercised on his account, and we beg
that the people who smoke will bear in
mind, that pipes are pipes, and have a price.
Ir you want re:tv-matde under garments,
in all styles, a.nd Misses Pique Trimmed Suits,
beau.iful and new, go to MeFall & Pool's. 2:
LVGCBStOUs.-Mst of the families in
town, who h.ve girls, we-C nore or l-ss agi
tated lait week, on the subject of glost.
The worthy preceptor of the flouri,1hing Fe
male Ac.demy, for re isons impossible for u.,
to explain, req-vired his pu;)ils to write a
comp. on ghosts, and as a con<wq.tence, the
conveisation around the family circles, and
at tab!e, p trtook for d.tys of a ghostli char
acter, tw t3 serious inconveni,nce of fit hers
with impaired digestive organs, not to say
anvtbingofr,noth'rs. To laugh and grow
far, it is necessary to have cheerful conver
sation, and avoid all el,c; but, h..v d- th is,
w'h'n froni morning till nooni, it was ghosts,
ghost<i, ghosts. Ugh. It. was dreadful.
What was the m in thinking of to propose
Isuch a thing, and scatter!op!iica:e ther
eqtzinimity of a whole h:;pp. comm:tnity.
And the nights which were m.zde hid.eou<
Iwith frighrtul dreatms andI seared hours o:
waking. aggravated by the whoopings of
the children who are suffering fro:tn the pre
vailing matlady of whoopi:zg coughi. 'Wl,
ts a certain portly auctioneer in towni wou:d
say, 'well,'ju,t let our friend attemnpt ti,
Iagain and well make a ghos of him.
Here is a specimen too of one of the com
positions, picked up, we won't say where',
but supposed to have been written by a
younger brother of one of the girls, or a
Gostes are hapari;ione, a man can
shoot b.ls in:o one. It do;a't hurt. They
mos all dress in white c'oth., can- it's d:ark
when they com outen their wholes. T.:ev
is searry thing<, specially to little girls and
woman, one give m.e rips once wh:ni I w,a,.
little, can't sc.are m-: no'v. G.Jsres cant c:im--~
trees, their legs are -tiff. G,ostes dont kare
for nobody and are independIent a big girls.
wi h waterfalls and high heel bouts. Gu.tcs
are dead men who kant rest ce'.-se they
used to beat their wives and never give their
boys any tops andl marvel<. Gos'tes are
Anti this is all; we suppose the little fellow
intended fituishinig his comp., but lost it at
Hleadquarterst for Dres< Goodt and Trim
mitng. of all kind.<, at McF-ul & Puool's. 2t
The tlternmometer here last Saturday week
marked 83 degrees in the shade.
In a recent discus-ion as to whether Evc
was formed from a bone or not. It has been
decided that if she was so formed, it must
have been the bone of content ion.
Valuatble and infallib!e remedies: For
corns, easy shes; for bi:e, exer'cise; for
rheumatism, new finn:,l and patience; for
gout, toast and water; for the toothache, a'
dentist; for debt, industry; and for love,
A stolen kiss saved a girl's life in Fond dou
L.te last week, for if the matn who did th~e
deed hadl not p.ulled her head forward ju-t
i< he didl, a b'am wh ich fell from the upper
floor, waild h.ave d ished her brainsa out.
Tne s"ason is delightful, and everythinig
bids f'air, yet :here are those who predict
fro-t in May, but as these weather prophe.'
are no wiser than other people, we safely in
dt!ge the hope that their predictions may
fail They should be vety particular how
The Princess Lo)ui5e's we dding c.:ke w.rs
three stores high, on a goldlen stanid, and
wei:hedi twvo hun Ired p'u.ad<. It was em
heti:shed with royal akne, flowers, frai:s,
monogtms, eupids, likeness.. of Louisa and
Lorne, roses, sh rmroaks, thistle<., birda and
sotndry other things.
Tie G-Ahic Irish, the S txon English, the
little ridlicoious blonde, the cephaic goldI
blonde, and rte lymphatic blonde. Of these
the cepha:c gold individuals are most dan
gerous to masculine peace of mind.
Our word for it boys, they are all danger
The following hints on raising geese, given
by Mr. Greely, will prove valuable at ihis
season. Horace's experience is that there is
no trouble at all about it, if the goslings are
are not weaned too young. HIe says they
should be allowed to run with the old cow
Iand suck at will until their horn, get out an
inch or two, when they will be hardyenough
to pack and salt d >wn for marken.
A strong-minded woman grives her views
of marriage thus: "A molecule of oxygen
roaming lonely through space, seeking for
its mate, but finding none, when of a sudden
in some 'hiddeun ook it discovers a molecule
of hydrogen, when lo! there Is a rush, an
embrace, and there is neither any more oxy,.
gen nor hidrogen, but a diamond drop of
Idew repo,img on the bosom of the lilly.'
She is a molecoule of hydrogen, anud laments
that no molecn'e of oxygen hath d:scov-ered
NwarxxT, 8. C.. April M.-Coto 12*c.
Nzw YoRK, April 17-7 F. 31.-Cottou qnie
ond easier; sale 3,371 bales-uplands 14,. (iold
lul a 11.
CuAR-LSTow. Aprl7 -Cottonquiet-middling
14; rceipts660 bles; vale% 3i; Ptock 6.882.
AvouSr*. April 17.-C1tton dull and weak, at
13& for middling; sales 240 bales; receipts 25-'.
Ali- "fIE IS WISE WIO IS
honest," they are al<o wise who when af
flicted with debility. want of speti!e and
general proctration will take SUMTER BIT
TERS, the great Southern Tonic.
Apr 19, 16-1r.
ii 1MORE T1IA N ONE HUN
dred thouand persono; annually die in thia
country from consnmption. which is but the
chi'd of Catarrh. $500 is off-red by the pro
prietor of Dr. S -se's C-rtarrh Remedy for a
c-ise of Catarrl he cannot cre. Sold hv
druggistit, nrecnd sixty cents to Dr. R. V.
Pierce. B3ffalo. N. Y., and get it by mai'.
A pamphlet free.
Apr. 10, 16-1t.
P1:0nF POSTTVK.-The Immense satexof sing
er's Sewine X-c hetais i- a proof positive of their
merits. No family knowing anything about
them are willing to do without one. Anvthang
in the wv nfs.wing. plain or ornamental. can
be done on them. and a child with but little in
struction can run them with faciliov The ma
chinery is simpleard not Ilale to break or get
out oforder. They have been known to keep in
good running order for ifteen years without
need of repairs. which cannot 'ie said of other
machines Messrs. Chick & Chick aretbeagents
at Newberry. tt.
S1ir BEAR IN MIND.-WHEN
disease has undermined the health, and tie
phYsical system has become prostrated, a
stimulant that will not only strengthen,
but remove the cause. shotld be immedi
atelv resortel to. Mental distress is also a
fruitful sou-ce of the breaking down of the
constitution, and the ravages of this enemy
to health are truly alarming. For all such
nialmdies Hostetter's Siomach Bitters h:ve
been found unsurpassed. By ac:ing direc
ly upon the digestive org4cs, they remove
the heavy, diagreeable feeling alter eatinz,
s-> often compl..ined of by persons of a drl.
icate temperarrent. As soon as digestim
i4 restored, the patient finds his srre-nzib
:ner .asing, and his get,eral health im.
Thousands of personQ certify th.it it may
be relied on inl all c,ses of weaknaess or
nervous debility attendant isp.,n sciletdtarY
habits. The get erality of Bitters are :o
disagreeable to the taste that they are ob-.
jecti'rable to a weak sloimach. This is not
the c4se aith lostetters Bitters, which will
be found ni!d and extrentely p'easan.
Bal.amic plaats. hark. aAd root4 contribitte
their restoratirej:fiees to rei-ler it soothi: g
and stren;:thening. Its hais is the only
pure stimulant which iL4 ever been pro
duce-l. conr:ah.ing to fusil oil, or any (ther
deleterious 4-l-nrlt. The most careful -nd
skilful clt-mists have analyzed the Bitter , I
atd pronounce thena h;armless. Ttsis i
scienatific to-stimljonly ; b,ut the testi;mloly of
the hunadreds of thoi,sanuds uwho have ex
perienced the preven:ive ad cur.ative effiects
of [he GREAT VEGXTADLE TONIC atnd ALTERA
rTvF of modern titcs is still more coniclu.
sive. In Fever and Agne, Dyspepsia.
Bilious ness, Nervous Comapl.aints, Chronic
Complaints arid general d. I.i!ity it is a
nearly infallible as anythi:tg in this full
-'or!'i c!n he.
Apr. 5, 14-1mit.
M.srr:e~d, on Tues 'ay morn in:, theC 1Ih
in-t., lay thme Rev A. P. Avat. Mla..JouN B.
CA3rPBELL a,nd Miss DALLIE~ DOBBINs, allI
of Ne w herry.
B3ride's ravor received
Ti) the LARGE CONf'Et.TIONERY of
As M. WICKER,
IIe. hana aaded a fu!! and compn;lete assort
G-R O CE RIE S
L E ADI NG GOODS,
II con Sili s. L ardl,
Flour, Meal and Grist,
Enigar of all grades.
Go.ffee Tea, Molasses. Vitnerar and Dried
Fraits, :and every descriptiaon of Can
d es, fresh Fruits and Nuts, wih
anyaa uthear necca'saaries and
You can't help lbeinag satisfied and sup.
plieda witha all your heart could wish.
I htave enlargead my bua-iness with theC
hope anad e.xpaectation o1 colh-etng what i<a
:,ow due an'. SOME AND PAY UP-'NO
A. M. WICKER,
A pr. 19, 16-3ma.
Especiully in the neighborhood of L.
R. MARSHALL'S Store. Com:e
arounId. gaze in wotnder. thten walk in
the store and buy to advantage and
profait-f.or L. RI. M. can sell to your
advatage. as some of his slow pneI
debtors have heeded his waringts and
promwLed to pay. Ah:' would that
we could live on paromiises.
A pr. 19, 1G-it.
PEPSoNS liable to Street Dats are here
hy tnotified that exemaptions for the same
can b,e a ad lay paymaent of one dollar to
Clerk of Countcil for first quartaer, now alue.
J. W. CALD WELL, Clerk.
A pr. 19, 16--St.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By J.tnes G. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Wh,a-reas. Dennis Lark tad Laura C. Lark
hisj wife, hatha made suit to me to grant thtn
h.er ters or Aad-niai.rationa, de bon;i- non, of
thec E.<tate and effects of Jobn N, Floyd,
These are teraefore to e'te atad aadmonish
all :and sinig.dlar, thae kitadred anad creditors
of thte said de-.cease~d, to b' atnd app,ear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Nea bwrry Court Hlouse, ont the 2Stht day
af April tnext, afte-- pubtlication hereof,
at 11 o'clo-k in thae forenoon, to shew
cause, if any thter have, why the said ad
mtiisr.4tion shtold naot be granted. Given
untder tmy hand this~ 14th d.ay of April,
Anano Dotmini, 1871.
JA MES C. LEAHY, P. J. s. c.
Apr 19, 10-2t.
Olee of Beard of Couty
BID~S will hae received utatil ithe 17mth of
May for Butildhing a Bridge across HIeller's
Creek, tnear Hope S:ation. Sealed propo
sails can bet hantdedl in or sent. For particu
lars app!y to thte Chairmttan oif thae oamrat.
Ague and Fever,
The nnly preventive known for C*tills and Fever
ie the ae uf Wole's Schieda chnapa.
Wolfe's Echiedam Schnapps.
Is good for Dypopsia.
Wofe's Schiedam & knapps.
Is a preventive ofCh8illsand Fever.
V%lje's &-hiedam &narps.
Is goo I for all k:dey and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
i used all over the world by physicians In their
Wolfe's Schiedam Echnapps
Is good 1or Gout.
Wolfe's Schiedam fchnapps
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
is recommended by all the Medical Facauty.
vlfe's Schiedam &1hnapps.
Is good for Colic and pain in the stomach.
Wolfe's &idedam &hnapps.
Is imitated and cocnterieited, and purchasers
will have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to call the attention of the reader
to testimonials in favor of the Scb :
I feel bound to say that I regard your
as being in every respect pre-emently pure. d
desrving of medical patronae. At all events
it is the purest possible article of Holland gin,
heret-ftore unootainal. and as suah may
be safrlv presciibed by physicians.
DAVID) L. YOTrE, x r*., Pamaceatkic
Chemist. New York.
Lu;sVILL.. KY.. Sept. 1. 1 feel that we have
now an aric'eofgin suitable for such erses as
that remedy is adapted to. DR. J.W. BRIGHT.
"Schnspp' is a remedy in chronic catarrhat
I take :reat pleasure in bearing highly cred
itiabte te:tm.tny to ito efficacy as a remedial
gett in the di. aces for whi-:h you recotmtnd
it. Having a natu.al tendency to the macs
su:fafee<. with a tliglt degree of stimu!ation. I
regard it:- one of tiie Mort important remedies
it, chronic catarrh.al a&ctIcLs, particularly those
of the gei.ito-urinary .pparatus. With muck
respect.vourobedientse:vant, CiIAS. A. LEAS,
31 D , New Yr7k.
' P l'STr.- -r%Tr, 7w Y11- Nov 21. 197
CDo1.PHo W<,LPE. FtLPV .. l*r.-ce-t: Dr:%tc SLP:
I bave mnade a chem cal examination of a sample
..f vour "Schiedum Schna-ps," with the intent
ofdeterming if any foe3gn or Injurious sub
stance had been added to the simple dittilled
The exam*nation has resulted in the conclusSom
that tbe sample c-mtained no poisonous or harm
ful admixture. I bave been unable to discorer
an) trace of the deleerious substances which are
so'netimesemplAiyed in the adulteration of If
qnors. I would not hesitate to use myself, nor
to recommend to otheis. for medicinal 1urposes.
ftie -Schiedam Schnap;s' as an e.xcelent and
utol.jectioable variety ofgin.
Very respec fully yours.
jSignedj CIAS. A. SEELY, Ctemi-t.
CHEMIcAL AND TEccUNICAL LAROZATORY. 18
FXcH.--NGE'LAcE. iw YocX. Nov. 21. 187
UUOLPRo WOLI.. EsQ.: DFAR Sit: The under
signted have carefully and thoroughly analyzed
a sample of) our 'Arom-tic Schiedam Sehnapps,'
selecNd bv ourse:ves. ard have found the Pr e
free from'all orranic or inorganic .ubstance-,
more or less it:jurie us to health. From the result
of our examin..tion we consider the article (ne
of superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
efr,ctual iu its medicinal qualties.
I e-pectfu!lv vours,
Sine,li ALEX. TlP'EL. Che'mi6-t.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all resrctible Grocers and Drug
UDOLPH WOLIFE S EST..
Apr 19. 1C.3nos 22IlE AElItST.,NY.
ALL TO HAND.
Utl01ff RE.WTiFUL. ATTRACTIVE AND)
Is ta sore and moving, making room daily
Whtich we w'll cotttittue to receive a'l
through the season.
OUR SAMPLE BUREAU
I< a success, atnd we are now ditrtbutitg
Goods over the enztire State through its
4gencyr. The :nost careless observer cannot
butt see the great adv.antages to be derived
frotm dealing with a live htonee, like ours,
al,-re everyrttn is kept nmovintg biy svstemn
attd order-where no extra profits tire tacked
on to payr idle hands. Of course, we can
.aned do) SELL ;OQDS CHEAPER THAN
ANY HOUS3E IN TiS SECTION. A posi
tive proof is, tIh*st we sell mtore Gooeds than
:ell the, rest atdded together. That is the
proof'. Tih e-ople know whtere to buy
cheaipect, antd 1let the stranger follow the
gret pubtllic. int nyittg, lets them follow
thaose whto know
R. C. SHIVER & Co.
A pr. 12, 15-l t. (;0LU i!BA, S. C.
CardwelI's Imaproved Thresh
er and Cleaner,
0-: "Itheel., will Thersh, Clean atnd Bag
Whe.t, Rye. Oatc, &c . itt the best manner.
Prtce, itteldtg HORSE POWER, BELTS,
Cardwell's Plaim Thresher
and Horse Power,
lIa a most excclent machaine'. Price. meclud
ing Belts, &c., everything com'plete, 200 t0
EVERYI MACHINE WARRANTED.
Liberail discoetnts to merchants to sell
J. W. CARDWELL & CO.,
A pr. 19, I t-2mn.
Greenvire and Cbleuabia R.R. CC.,
SECRETA RY'S OFFICE,
CoLxxmA,S. C., A pril 15, 1871.
Thte Annul Meeting of the Stockholders
of the GreenviIle and C;olumbia Railroad
C<tntpany will be held Ott TH URSDAY, 27th
inst, at lo o'clock A. M. Stockholders will
be passed ruaxx to and fronm Columbia to
attentd the mNeeting, as heretofore. They
will be reqtmred ?44 show their Stock Scrip
to the Cottdoctor, whto a ill exact pay from
all others, as ito on-e but a Stockbu-lder, or
those of their family residing with the:n,
are entitled to the privilege.
Al $ Sock represented by proxy requires
a tao cent st.unp for each signature, and nto
one but a Stockhto der can be a proxy.
C. V. CA RRINIiON, Secretary.
A pr. 19, 16;-t.
ALL persons who have paid lItternal
iReventue Tax on Cottotn, awold consult
their interest, by e:alling ont the utnderr'igted,
at an early day.
C. HI SUBER, or
Apr. l2, l3-tf. W. F. NANC.
All persons indebted to the old f.rmn of
Wils~on & \\ ,e er, nill pleas.e <cme lorwartd
im neCdi.tn ii, ;e,.d .ttle* their itnorutedneass,
a- further ittdulgentce cantnot b.e gi'.et.