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RIo JANlRO, June 23.
The E,mperor, in assuming parliament,
was silent regording the ab9lition of sla.
very; ho complimented the ailed army
on the Paraguayan success.
IIAVANA, Jun1 26.
'I here has be, it heavy fighting again
at Aux. Cays. Salnavo was (e-feated
with lihavy los.. It. is rvpu rted Super.
ini landtlt at Puerto Plata, ,an Domin
go, an)i demands it; stirrender..
W\VASIIIN(ITON, June 23.
Fiv(- iiegroes qua!ifie I as grand jii
rors. Fisher has ipinoint aw-o
Intrnal reventie receipts ovo-r half a
I'lhe moni's (he-re3a in tlie debt is
estniatcd at $5,000,000.
\VASUINGTON. June 2d.
Among the President's appoint
ments to West Point, pronulgated
to-day, is a son of Colonel Crane, of
Ohio, recently killed at Jackson,
Three daughters of the Rev. D. B.
Nichols were on their was to school
this morning, when they were inter
cepted by a negro oi the outskirts of
the tity, who violently seized the eld
est girl, aged seventeen, and ravished
her, after which lie made his escape.
The'two younger girls, aged respec
tively thirteen and fifteen, used their
uttort endeavors to frustrate the
brute in his hollith design, by beating
him with sticks and stones, but all to
no purpose. hic girls are white pu
pils of the Howard Uuiversity. Their
fath-r is well known as the former
superintendent of the contraband
camp, corner of 12 and Q streets.
All the New York papers inave ne
Cout Or io le (wcape of Col. Rvan. wilh
400 meni. to Jersey City. TIle Uniited
States Iarll. with the revenue cut
ter, foUrwe(l. hitt. a nmber of Cubans
<leterred the ai rest. Marshal Dowiiey,
Rlyan's custodian was folimd gaggel.
Tll Depairtnimit of State ias ilvices
from Minister McMalhon to April 21.
He- was well. His relations with Lo
p1ez are friendly. Farlier commuti-wa
tions w.-re preventted by the allies.
WAsHING-roN. June 26.
D i<t Sated on tolorabie authoray
that (rat. never sk.l Iei r's opinlion
regariing the political stattus of Georgia
Hoar certainly la1s taken no steps-to
wards the preparation of sieh an opin.
Mr. Fornvy, who iairried Aniiiiii, III(
sister ol John Surrait, on Sundav last,
as renoved yesterd o from I his posi
Chelist inl the A rimly Medica' M1i
-seum at. W ashiung; (on.
N.:w YORK, Junie 23
All the Cubans except. Ian have
bee al. Several more cases and
one death on Saratoga.
13A ,1rNi oIt:, June 23;
J. M. Campbell, an eminent criiinal
lawyer, is dead.
Several agents of foreign insurance
comppr.nies have beeni mulet, in $5,000
T ach, for failure to procure Staie license.
SPilINGFiID, Jlune 22.
100,000 rifles, sold by the Govern
mnent to the Grand Turk, has been
FoR-rRss MONROE, Jlune 22.
A schooner from Matanizas for Bal.
timnore put in to.day, with yellow fe
ver. The captain and cook died to
ATLANTA, June 22.
The Supreme Court of Georgia to
* day decided that the code of Georgia,
adopted by the new convention, for
ever prohibits the. marringe relation
~: between white persons and persons of
African descent, and declares tbat
such marriages are null and void.
Second-This section of the code is
not repealed by, nor is it inconaistant
with, that part of the Constitution,
which declares that the social statue
of the citizens shall never be the sub
ject of legislation.
That clause of the Constitution ab
soluitely denies to the Legislature the
power to pass lawsa in fture allowing
the social status, or compelling the
two races to unite in social intercourse,
S h lws then in existence allow ed
rches, for instance,, to determine
for themselves who sho6uld ocoupy their
seats, and where they should sit, and
permitted railroads and steamrb9at
companios and hotel kooiets to blass1
fy and assign places to those using
their accommodations, according to
social status and g rade, as they might
think proper. The Onstitution puts
it beyond the power of the Legisla
ture ever to enact any law compelling
them to makes difficult classifications,
or to group t@1ethier in social inter
course those whou do not recog
nize each.other as social equals, and
the soia'relations of citizens are not
4e prdper subjects of legislation.
JAoKSON, ,June 24.
The, Conlservaltive Re*publican Con
vntioni adj,utrnied last nigfit, after oirga
nizmn a Natiotnal Unioni fepuiblican
party for Mississippi. They passed reso
lutions looking t.o the early restoration
of 1he State to the Government,. m strict
accordlance wh lhi the reconstructionl lawvs.
Thle greatest harmony prevailed.
RICHMOND, Juno 25.
.Joseph Kelly, shot:on .Thursday
evening, at the registraion qflce, by
Police Captain Calahan, has .siso
died. ils death creates much footing
in this city-~he having been: held-by
three policeouen, while COflihan,* who
said he bad a&pesonl fuod with him,
sho hi. Cllaanwas an ox-Con
federate officer and has since the war
joined the radical party. Gon. Cani y
hias ordered him to be tried- by mih-.
SAN YtANcsoo, June 26.
Wade and Copkin, witl; the Com
mittee of Ways and Means of the
I1ouse, were met by a number of lead.
ing business mon and representativos r
from six Chiqese companies. The
Chinese representative made a speech, e
expressing the hope that the Govern
ment would double the subsidy to the
China line, thus enabling it to run o
Last week two oar loads of f1postates
fromn the Morman Church left Utah
for the East, purposing never to re
turn. The party had been gathering i
for some time, and swelled during one
or two periods of delay. Some of the
nuibor were early settlers in Utah.
New York Market.
NEW YOnK, Jun6 26, 7 P. 1.
Cotton active and a hilade firmer; V
sales of 4,800 t>uIes, at 331. Old f
CIAULKSTON. June 26.
Cotton steady ;sales of 125 bales;
receipts I l.
Liverpool Market. t
Livm.lrool.. June 26.
Cotton active and a shade fi.amer- f
uplands 12a ; Orleans 121.
YELLOW FEVKn IN HAMPTON ROADS.
The Norfolk Day Book, of Vednes
day, says : "A schooner whose iatne
we were tuable to learn, came into
Hampton Roads yesterday with yel
low fever on board. She was from f
Alatanzas. bound to Baltimore, with a
cargo of molasses. Tle Captain, first
mate and a seaman had died of the
malady. She was boarded by t6e o
Surgeon at Fortress Monroe, wlho or- a
dered her to the quarantine station
Pnd TiE FAR EAsT.-By the
steamship Groat Republic, at San
Francisoo, we have late news from a
China'and Japan, as wellas very solid c
and substantial evidence of the daily
advance of our national and commer- ~
cial interests in the East. The Great
Republic landed a valuable caigo,
made up for the most part of tea and
silk, besides a huge amount of indus
trial wealth in the active little bodies
of twelvehundred and fifty Chinimen.
-N Y. licrald.
NEGRo API'OTNTMENTS.-The fol
lkwing colored men were appointed to
the Custom House on Saturday last, I
in the ' place of it number of white
gentlemen who were removed : S. .J. a
Maxwell, F. H1. Carmand, L1. F. W11all,
day, and S. 11. Ilaro, Tlios. i%).
Iolhes, night inspectors ; W. 11.
Bertiey, general clerk, and J. 13.
Mushington, w atchnian.-C'ourier.
DEATl OF AN B'DITOR.-Dr. Peter
Ni. Wallace, of the Spartanburg Ga- e
zette, died, at Spartanburg Court
[louse, on the 6th instant, aged about
seventy-two years. Ie was probably
the oldest editor in the State.
A PLAIN IIINT FRoM JoHN BR1ol1T.
If the Lords catnot consent, to move 4
forward with the progress of reform
ihey must, be set aside. The train must
go on.-N. Y. Ierald.
- .- - - 0 - - - 1
%ATERMI.ONs.-The Atlanta ?on
sfftution reports a few waternielons in
thant market on Thursday last at the
delicious price of four dlollar~s each.
"is THE CArET-BAOGER A IlUMANt]
BEING 'C--Asks the Richmond WVhip.
Set him upon an auctioneer's block
and see how much lhe will bring.
Anid he~did-many wonderful works, inso
mucoh that 111s name was pronounced in
many tongues. And there came unto him,
Judith, fromt the senport of New Bedford,.
who had been sick for many years ; and -
after-some days her pains were gone. E bo
slept soundly, and rejoiced in eating her
food. An:l Asa, from those which are call.
ced Quakers, In the great city of Philladel
phia, wrote an epistle saying: 0, Doctor !
accept thlou this money, which is caled
greenbacks, and bath thme picture of Abra
hiam, thy friend, on one end. For verily I
was weak, exhausted and despondent ; I ale
but little, and suffered nany pains, end thy
PLANTATION Brri-ans gave me.hdalth. liken.
ed only unto.the vigor of youth. And upon
such its are affioted with liver complaint, I
with sour stomach, with general debility t
and dyspeptic pains, In all par-ts of the
land did these Bitters produce astonishing
MlAosor.TA WVATan.-S.uperior to the beet,
Imported German Cologne, and sold at half I
the pr-ice- june 24-t-xlw C
Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Has become an article of commeree,-whichI
no medicine ever b came before. It, is as3
mutch an item in every bill of goods sent to
country nmerohmants as tea, coffee, or suga.
'I his a;caks volurrics in its fav<,r.-0Oens'
ltev. H. L. Van Meter, Burman, wHies;
'The Pain Killer lins become an almost,
indispensable article in my family."
ilundlredls of missionaries give s!milar
testimony of its virtties.
Rev. J. 0. Steas writos', '-I consider it
the best. remedy for Dyspepsia I ever knew."
Rev. Jabes 8. Swan, siys, "I have eed
it for years in my family, and consider it ain
Rev. Mt. H. Bishy'writes; "1 have had i
occasion to use the Pale Killer very fre- .f
quently dating amy residence in Burmah I
and have found it a very useful medicine. I $
did not. think I could visit the Jualea with-r
ont it. Jn ease of Colic, Diarrhoea, andI (
(2hoheres, the Pain Killer give% speedy tlief, I
and for m:rny other ailments I have foun i it
th isas well as Europeans. 'I always.
carry It with me for my qwn betneft,, and
tife goodaf the pieople where IIgo.
Juneo8-1m . ,
T I a to cetify that I bav~e lost or mir-- E
L lai Ce e of tockc for T wo (2) ~
shares of in t Oberlotte and 8. C. I
R1 ilroad, dated 2d Oct,. 68, and No. 2014,
and that application will Anade for a re- v
renil of thme ,amne at the expira'tion of three I.
a otths from this date. -JAS, TURNER. I
STA- OF SouTiH CAROLIA,
BUEsAU or AOatl.LTrnA[, STATIrST,
CLU.IA, Juno 15, 186.
r HE attention of (lie citizens of the State
is respeotfuly invited to the aunex.
extracts from an Act passed at the re
ent session of the General Assembly, and
stilled on the 19th day of March, 180 ;
ud their cordial co-operation with flie
Moors chat'ged with the exeoution of the
tw is earnestly reitesied
The enutteration of 1ho inhabitiants is to
truish a hsis for life apportionmmint or
presentatiott In i te next Genieral Assemj
ly, in aocordsnce with Scetion 4 of Article
I of the Qonstitutioti, and tile necessity for
9 correctne.s will otmmend itself to ohi.
ens ofa ll politicai views,.
in com citelltin witit i1ii.., work the s'tis
ics of the agriciltural productions of last
Par will be tnlkei, and it is emintitty de
irable at i they tihoslil ho relturned as
illy and intolligibly as cir,umitnt's will
erilit. ns it is expected that Itey will
Arh vauable datti li tie fuitire agri.
uittral i tory of tihe State.
1IIly SP.\RNI''K, Commlis.4ionerl.
il .Act to Provide for the Enumeration of the
inhabitanI8 of the Stac.
* * * -a f *
S"crroN 3 't1:t1 it silll lie the dut y of
tcl and every persoti nppoi.ated to Le
lie colsutis by virtue ot' this Act in call pr-.
oally oi the hed or solle mnetimber of rn'
ily in the County, or portion ur. ' Cutitty,
o Which lie I or thIey shall hive been 1p.
'intied, and obtain frtom such he-l of a
imily or mnimbe ltheieof. nfs pfot-ust i.
lie tuimbetr i perons contaione itn --utch
111nily, an1d slich ot'lol intfuh 1mali-In :1, ml-ey
o reqiriiied tid directed by tie CutImIis
ionor ut ihe Bureau cf Agricultural Statis
Sre. 4. int eacii head or inember of a
imily shall, when summoned thereto by
le persois appointed under ibis Act to
ike the cen-uts at his, her' or their residence
r' place of business, malke. on onth or
flirination, a correct returti oft all porsons
F whmim his or her family it, Composed ;
nd also report suel other information to
-id census takers ris may lie retliqirid by
w ; .ind he purstn, so tppaitited to taike
to Census nt o hereby util horiz%?J to admin.
te'r su11ChA onths ; aid upon the fiilure of
iy person to make such returtis or reports
lien required. o 'or she shall be subject to
peinaly oft wenty five dollar.,, to ho re.
3vored in any Court of competont jurisdio.
june 29 xItI
uuV YOU1 PR GREIll
WI W, KETOHIN,
T110 has just received direct from New
York, a l'ull, varied and complete as
>'t inent. of Grocerie"s, iardwnre, &C.
Consisting in Part of
5,000 lbs. Bacon, 1.010 btuselu Corn, Su
nat. Cofree, Laid, Ilysoi Ti, Black 'Ten,
hoes. Clockery, Titoware, Woitkenware,
rade's Ciow,: floes. Chewiig Tobacco, N1.
and 3 Mackri'l, &c. Which ie proposes
I sell as cheap for cash as any other aer
liant in town. mar 24
The Purest, Best and Cheapest.
c>D o'l. zLt e e:, cN C: ,,il
] TBJW YO]E
SOLD BY ALL G~ROCERS.
Best and cheapest Deoderizer' in existenice.
ne'titly stops bad sniolls anti noxious gas.
s. Protects !!orses and Cattle frioma htn.
lerpest. Dives vecrmini fr'om pouittry antd
'ciung plants. Procvents conitagioni andi in.
ectiotn. Cheapest andi most carbolic pow
et' in tise. Meets chiel' i'eqiremecnts .\e
ropolitan Board icaith. F"irst pt'emittnm
warded t>y Ameriean Inst ituto. Circnlar
diih testimnonialis matiled on application.
IOLIlNS', KIIKUP & CO., De'y St.., N. Y.
RED JA.CKET AXE
at better titan our regular shaped Axes for'
hiee ronsonis: First-It CenIa doenerCt. Se.
ond it don't stick in thIt wood. 'I'htird-[t
00s not jair theo hand. Fouth--t-No time is
rasted in takiag thte Axe out of the cut,.
'ift h-WVith theo same labor' youi will dlo otte.
hir'd more work than with regultir A xes..
Led paitnt. lias nothiung to do withi the good
unltios of this Axe, for all our A xes are
ainted red. If youtr h.ivdvra'eC store does
et keep our goods, we will glatdly answer
atquiries or fill your orders direct, or give
ott the nnme of the nearest dealer who
eeps our A xes.
ole owners of Colburn's and 1I,ed Jacket
Only One Dolular.
T1 hi o newly invented
pocket Itme piceo, suit
able for either lauly or'
n, : gentlemann, in har.dsomeo
gilt let tered, b r ass
movements, sound and
pry oae*ih key comnplete. A true,
ermnanent indioator of lime ;warranted
ur two years ; post paid to any part of' the
i, 8. on receipt of Otne Dollar, or three for
260. Ifsatisfaoiion is not given money
efunded. Auddress W. Scott & Paul, 4a
hatham street, New Y'orkc. The Ori'od,
Vatoh $16 Sead for Catalogate. June 80
$10.00 Per 'Day Guaranteed
genis to sell the IIoau Snno-ru, B4wuisc
tAontuj. II makes the Look~ Stitelh aikeg
n toth Sides, has th'e undrr.feet, and s
qual in:evey respect to any Seiting Afa.
hine eyv invetited. Price $26. Warratit.
d for 6 years. Send fof' oirdutar.. Address
oilNaoN4, CLIIK & Co., Boston,, Ms.
titt(sburg, Pa., or St., Louis, Mo. June 80
8 A YEAR.-Male and Pemale
Agents wanted everywbere.
tddress H. Amnoansox & C6., 81d Olive-st.,
IL. Louis, M0.
lE I.ilicit Elstic Supporter, (u. C.
T 8Slls,) for 1montly use. Simple.
colvenvilet and neit. For sale at i'llitery
and fancy goods stores. Samples by mail
ont receipt of one dollar. Dr. J. HI. RonanriA
lariep hl. (1., sole vtgenl( for Soih cit oli.
fn, Ga., I-a,, Ala., Miss., La. julno l1 0
EVERY " the CO'TTAG; 1ll,
EVERY andi fihe printingmaterial ne
camlpanlyingi it. every mrall
C3U do his own printing teml.
ly, i,uick'y an,l clieply -
MAN They re o" n ttud'In,
AN strelitton. tllIt lIoy
yearis old uienn e-isily mallAge
fihe larges sire. . l'rinb ed
inlstri ectirni nre Isell withl
H IS 4,1h1 omfv, ev:1bifi v Itv1r.1
elbias er' to gel work wil liout
It Irevluiti'i kc(owle g.. jf
prinitillg. A e6 evr onl.
h iiing I'll d r p-I i. -i-n.
OWN 0ic eF olias.aet,Set
r. e I.> tIll. Our .14pecilell
Shl eI s of i., pe clits, &t-., tell
A1, . I \S A 4 'I eq '
-53 V'u,ry 811reel,
PRIN ER, Yer York.
$3000$ SALARY. Address U. . Pinno Co.,
Ymw Yrk. julle .2
\ .\N TE D -- Energetio con1v1 -rs to
1 mi:ke $10 Is $15 at da-ty svlling one
pf tin.mst rimrnomkable invnitioni of the
iqye lilake's $1 l'atent CImir Sprinigs. thal
luike an easy rockiniiig elnir oat of any
chair. lieiiarv . infrinigors. Seml for
viicirlars 1.o the i'telitel, laiiifictuel er
and Proprietor. ANDllW .\1. 1i3LA KE.
111lX 51, Canton. Ohio
E .\PLOY.MENT :/o/r. IFo p.,elu.
. holrs, uddies4 S .\. 8T1 .i Chiemt
A SK your Doctor or Druggi-I for Swc.
Al Quinino- -it t quals (bItt er) Quin:ie. Is
n-le only ly P. STr.\rNs, Che16t, Do'.
IroiI. june )
SELF-fEl,P I t FRTilE ERItING.-Words
i Cheer for ihi I'osIiung \ele who have
fallen viviims It) 80ClAL EVLA deilre a
butter .\MANIOOD. Sent in scaled letter
envelope-s, free or charge AIdress F1OW
ARD ASSOCLATION, l3vz P, Ihiltidolphiai
Pa juime 30
r Ii tI'll , 1A.\ARS' Eperi-ieein tle 'l-vi
1. mnti of Uhroe aind Sfxim lisetises
A PlisioLi-gitml View of \ltasinge --The
elienpust booic ev,I puhl-hed --contiain Ing
nearly 300 pages, and -130 lisle engriavings
of' the nnatomy of fie huinnu organs in a
State iof healn ind iii4ease. with a trealise
on early error. Its deplorah e onsequeinces
ip"n ti le nilnd and boly. witi he 1intiho"s
pla:i of 1l11tre silent --the only ration l and
successful mode of cure, ns shown by a re
port of cases trented. A truthful adviser
to li, married and thIse catemplating
marring4N who enterlaini doubts tit' lheir ph'
viWal conliiltil. Sell( five Or posillge to
iny 1address ont receipt k5 t u -1entis, il
stamp ill post iti allivenoy, by drittites4ing
)r. LA 'RIOIX, No. 31 Maiden Line, Alia
tiy. N Y. The aithor may I e consulted
11pinil any of tile' disenskel tiuptil which his
hook Ir : I, Pit her persm.nlly -r I i 1 f ooaiil. amt1,
MeIliCilies sent o any }111t of tihe world.
A Valuiablo Medical Book.
ONTA IN I\':O Imprmmi Phly,iogica
informa0111tion to yonnlg meen conienipiit
ing Nlarriiger. set. free Oil receipt of 25
Cents AdIreps CIIE.\llC.\L INSTITUTE,
-8 Clinton Place, N. Y.
DIRECT F110M THE FACTORY.
1 IIAVE just received a finse lst of Cooking
I Sloves, which I will s801 lit prices l-is
than ever wa's ol'erel in this or any othier
\lark-et ini theC F'ol h, hain lg received an
agency in it.Is lIie of bul sis, withI in
ssl'netions to a. II quick with ssmall pi'nfits,
I will tbe ablo to do so witholut any risk oti
my par'i. If thec peopsle want a good Cook,
ng St ave. ansl Au :~ ait will tie wani aii '
to giv'e s'ltisfaction, enill soon on the tnn.
dler'signedl, one idoor bselow Ilacot & Co.,
where I wIll he ready to necommnodaite enus
5 otners, C. L. It E FO, A git.
N. II. I will put up any3 Stsivo bonghst
firoim me, without exIIra charige, provided
partIles biiyinig, ill Iunish conveyances,
to alny partt o fthe l'own t of Winnsboro, or
County of lair field. C. L. R.
r jiH E unsder'signetd lakes psi'nsur'e In an.
I. nouncisng to the citizesns of Winnsaboro
and the Couinty generally that lhe has re
cenlly fit ted up at consIderable expense hIs
w.hore he will be pleased at all limes to aee
hi,. frionmis and patrons.
llis iA R ROOM is supiplied with all tIle
choice branrds of Wines, Liquora, lngier'
Beci,- Ale, &o.- IHaving mnaie arrange.
mnents for a reguilar sutpply of' ICE. lie Is
prepared to fu;rnishi all the
8su0h as Sherry Coblers, Claret Punch, Lem
onade. Mint Julips, Gin Slings, &c. &,O.
june 22 -. B. IAYS.
LO00K DEPORETO[J IiV.
I NSURE your lives. Exam'ino closely
Land see that (ho
Equitable Life Insurance Co.
Is ahieud of any company In thse United,
permits you to travel any whet'e In the Unt
ted States, by sen or raIlroad
The fellowitsg are the niameut of soine psi.
lies Insured in Fairfield to whichi we refer
U en John Braiton, Sammuel Cathcart,
H L Elliott. Esq, Robi A fIetron,
Rev T W Erwin, Bl 8 Ketohin,
J A PId, s -Th os P Mitokeol,
Ca t& B oW e Pirre soot,
~Wood~7prc(~ M rs ~ iey
W WKeohi do" A Ptleyt'
Capt, B .1 Mess DrT Davidt Mean.,
* And a host 6? others.' Call and get ofr
JOHN P, AMATTIjEWS, jr,
A JJWAV8 on.hand and for sais by
MeJNTYRE- & CO.
FOUR LA RGE
A CO/1USS8 IL
OLYMPIAN SPORTS /
NEW ORLEANS GIR
WaceN eer n lc
NOTH Rasoh ,et f he lsvena
eda4- ls utreevd 1ee
Watces, Jaewdlry aondy Cde.
iD RBNold 0MNO in5ys, Am rida
My mot IahdIEnglish Riodo - B~ol Leoathe
Bhoitaicer' Tool . ob Od.
)Tetwrh aelfSiliMney ae
A ?NCROI E A! 1 i Skd s Ao oi
SHOWS IN ONE.
.1 rItKG.1 7ION
ND NATURES' WONDERS,
GUS _AWD MENAGERIE,
T HEH ONLY OROANIZATION
of tho kind extunt projeuted and
equipped with Southern eap ital, man
taged and direcoted by Southern men,
and Its perambulations conflned to the
Southern States, sud by far the most
eltagant, attroutivo und satisfactory
exhibition now traveling.
C L. C. T. At%s, Proprietor.
Doe CnAmBeRit, Business Manager.
CAi. J. L. BRFsx, Treasurer.
Tie entire vombninl'utiull will exhibit
FI1DAY, July 9, 1869.
At T%wo and 8:VEN, Afterin.un Alni
A Mcore of Beautiful, , Ladies. 0
The mot fuasuiinting, accomplished
and elegant in the Arenio
A U-gion of Male Artists,
That h1AV.hut few equal and no supe.
riors i phases of daring and agility.
A Duo of Iton Taiuers,
Male and Female, thm porsonifAcation
li of miaculous and inCo'Jpoihonsi.
.. -enrag 1 ud furtItudo.
A Mcst 11. Menagerie
I Of rare Wild Bon8t, of nearly every
- known pecices, and of every geo
graphical range frot the
Prigid to the Torid
A Herd of Trained Horses
Schooledl aliost to thu point.of raton..
ality. Miracles, of equine accom
Clowns, Musieians and Conte
Uriimfuli of rich humor, ravishing
hmarmnony and accept able face
tin, togethecr with
all the no.
coaanry adjuncta to render it the larg- 4
est, mosRt comIplOto and ra
Conibination beforo the Public.
The Grand Street Procession
Will eclipse in gorgeous display, ox.
tent and noel features,, among
which will be thef
LEOPARDS LOOSE, 4
Anything of 'the kind ever bdfore '
5Per/<nrni'n Cheecr SA TUR- I
i' H okewl be opened foy lhe collec. I
itf tlnthea 8eaIibd Cbun.ty Tezes, on
the enDI day of July. 1869. The per cen.
lum of Tasation forA$nie purposes is secen A
and a half mille oni I he dollar, and-for Coun
ly purpgaee, thraee mills on the d.oilar..
IAs the time for cellectinug aiid tax lis~r y
1liIed, I hope tax payers will be protst -t
oming-rntwat'd anid-payinag, whidh will -
31eve me fromt thme unipleasant ddl1y ofsad
.Ilhope a. emplomyers wilU -,stenmd tllse ta
n. ofratton to th.e.r lab%srers, aend requoet,
s, them to be priethpt ist pa;l pg. as every nae te
.-peron betwee Ibe ate o tu'enlty-one aid
! six y are riquired'to pay a Qapita'tlon Tax,
1 wish every employer, if he will not pay
e thbe eata,. of afl entpoy4 y *49bI
number of tba toweshl v wh lm ie
thereby RVablind me t~ql6 h'
*~ I fl pOesonb liati,. r . - 9
All.ATatz,Esoitions leeted by.t. LJb.
in, Eq,and renmaning unpatd ky. -In
I y hanmds for oolleotion. Perspnap know1eg
Iemselves to be defaualtere # 1 ese o6se
Iby calI'Ig roon and settiing thAeme,
jubme 22 JN.,61 nrr.
24PUNS ofrsYelo Oountry
JOHN O. StGERS'
XiAC L A.3'EE I
( AGER BEER containing Copperns, ard
J Ale <ioolored withl Sall, Limo and Alum,
ire the latest adulterationj discovered in
Professor '411pes, of New York. analyzed
lie B1 er fronI dozen lifferent l1reweries,and
ill were foluu.. adlilloriateli witi noxious
lubsinnuel. It is pnifl, Ihnt IhIn Ie of
rigs to brewers, iS a jirotI0nhle plitt Of tie
redo. 'I'lis is perreotly invaninu.t. Coccit
us indicus, fiish herrq, 11XI"Mn 147, (dog-but
on, front whiolh strichnine is obtained.) are
oto of the delotablo tubstancles lound
n beer. Theso aro pnlent pnienna. and the
yrewer found using them ohou d be drowned
at onoo in hi. vats" I nm willing to be
L.owned in my own vats if any Impurities
ihould he found in my Beer.
I shall continue to make i houllhful liev
ago, so that it in ty be drank by the most
lelicate without the least danger.
JollN C. 8EEORi8.
Columbia, 8. tC
It nie 19 -1mW
4 4mbia and Augusta It. I. Co.
, Il 11NO of tho Stockholdert of the
Colutbia ind Augusta Railroad Cot.
-i -v i hereby ttlled, to be held at Colut.
iv'. %outh Crolina, on WEDNESDAY, the
ih -lay of July next, at 12 M., it oonsider
%. luestilot of approving the consolidaiiou
it the Comipany willi the Charlotte and
,,it 4f Carolina Railroad 'ompany, and.the
w. '4 of such 4;onaolidai ion.
W.N. JOHNSTON. l'resident
I une 4
ati lotte and S. C. Railroad Co.
N \il'ETINO of the Stookholdere of the
, I arlotte and South Carolina Raflroad
'0 :any is hereby called to be held In the
I.' Cblumbin, South Carolina, on WED
l'AY, the 7th doy of July next, at 12
Slx'k M.. to consider the question of op.
ra.ing the consolidation of the Company
Ait the Columbi and Augusta Railrond
tn pnny, and :he terms of such consolida
iW WM. JOHNSTON,
-1... . Pretsident
gore Goods I More Goods I I
W K iti now opening one of the largest
l,oks of $pring ond Summer Goodi over
ifered in this market.
Nearly all of our goods ative been bought
ince the decline, and we are enabled to
ifer exita Inducenituis to
B -A. ]?. C3r .A. I 3IW S E3
Offered foP the Cash Only.
LADD BOS. & CO.
- Patent Miedi.sinas,
C*Yu, YC.,~ tbCa
.Jinit recved by
may 25 ___ ADD BROS,
Via Charlotte & 8. C. and Co
lumbla & Augusta Railroads.
HIANGE OF~ BCHEIDULE,.
CotUlWtA, A pril 10, 1809.
) N and after Sundamy, the 11th inat., the
M ail Trains ovex these Roads will run
a follows :
GotloNO ?T .
,eave Granltoville itt 9.45 a at
.cave Coluumbig 2 00 p m
''liiiushorue - 8.59 p a
" Choeater, , -; . 660 pma
" Chs.rotq, 8.16 p m
" Greensbnro, . 1 00 a ps
arrive nL Richimond, Va. 10.09 a vi
Making close constiotion hire, with trains
yr the North.
,ev N4ew rork, 8.40 p ar
S Philad)elphis, . 12.15 a m
" Baltimore, 4 16 a m
'' W ashingtn, 7.00 a vi
" Richamoptd,,. 2.00 p m
'.Greensboro, 1.00 a m
" .Charlott, 6.45 a m
" Chester,. 8.27 a m
" Winitshbro, 1 0.67 a a
rtire d Vt Columbia 12.00 p m
irrlve'aL Gr.anitevlle as.; 4.10 p as
V A000ooaoAffoo TRAINW ILl tilE &tN o
..Mlondays, Wednesdgtyv 1 rniday.
" Wipnsboro. i18ap
"Chester, 1.50 p a
Lrrive At Charlo, 6.80 sp
- 'iesdatyg, Thttradays and( 8Afuvi ay
,'aVe Chutriotte, 8.. a a
'$ Chester, 11.00 a as
a WInnsboro, '200pm
;rive at Co1y~aI, t4 60 p vi
C. 110U.I10 ,T
spl 18 -
From 4 toi 860 iors.
Poirer, in .~ding. le
SYEA lrayq rConls u..
,lo Cltetar, 'MmaIy
n lIngl.1l Wheat and t
'ii f and Pie8 iAst. -
~~WOOfl'MUNN ?RA'n E~
fhb 18,4m' Utiea, Ve* Tot1