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A good, Industa lous white boy, one d
who oan read end write, as an apprcn- bi
tice. Apply at this oflce. :s to
lNew Advertisements. in
Freah Meal-Bacot & Co. TI
Ladd Bros & Co., have received wo
'their third stock of Dry Goods, &o. d%
Read their advertisonen. hi
To Our Slibscr bcs. of
. At the annual meeting of the South
ern Press Association, held at Savan- r
nab April-26, 1870 the following by- S
law was adopted : o
'SE.c7rroVr. From and after June
let, 1870, no member of this Associa- S
tioni shall continue a subscription On
upon his books, either for daily or bi
weekly issue, beyonl the period for th
"which pro-payment has been made." th
In accordance with the above our F
subscribers will see that we are
-obliged to enforce the cash system. th
Bills will, therefore, be made out and bil
forwarded immediately to all parties th
in arrears, and those whose subsorip- a
tions are about falling due, and cover
ing prepayment up to ant iecluding w(
December 31, 1870. dil
Continued Raizus. ial
For the pAst two weeks, thissection th
of the Distriot has been visited with do
-,continued rains. Corn and cotton are fei
looking well. The wheat crop will ha
yield abunddntly. w1
Iminlgrhnts Coming. .
We ltve'boen informed that a gen- wl
tieman by he name of Mr. Carpen- be
ter, will bein -our town ini a few days, fri
to look at tie lanxis of our District.
Mr. C.-desires to settle soie forty
or fifty Nortltn families. in this por
Ition of 5outh'Curolina. Each immi- G
.grant will o61ne prepared to buy a of
small farm. It is to be .h-ed our wQ
land owners wi'll oter Mr. C. every thi
inducetient In their power to secure ha
'these immigrats for Vair6eld. let
To-day, 'te M1st of aune, is - the
-longest day of the year,
'"He that steali4 Iny poelot-book, f
steals trash," but he that steals nine- OM
'Treasury, will do pretty well for h
'The following are the officers to be 11
voted- for at the next general election: Di
Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Mom
bers.. of the General Assembly, a kiI
School. Co missioner for each County, no
a Judge of Probate for each County,
and three County Comthissotiers for
each County. Gc
Sberif Duvall infornis us that the jail Ch
of this County was emptied of its lot
prisoner on lust Battrday. We have nu
no doubt that the "pig thieve' and
"nose mashers,'' will tak aadvantagec~ .f
the dull season at Mr. Duvarll's flotel
and try to see who will get in first A.
In order to secure the beat 'ohiam- p,
Anderaon haR on exhbiion, a four wa
legged cbieksen. . -
The nutuber of deaths in Charles. TI
ton dui-ing the week ending the IIlth
of June, wore thirty-two deaths--.nine ret
whites and twenty-tbhre blacks. cit
One of the Teutonic persuasion be- At
ing asked to join one of the compa- be
nlies now organising as South Caroli- a
na militia, replied :ila
"I joins mtit die enderstanding, dat tie
I goes not no more in do dami Con- Iot
Somnethaing that Every Farm.. tic
er Wants, -do
A copy of the A rican Stock sh
Journal. The Juine niumbor cont ains gri
the usual variety of valuable inf'ormna- in1
Lion, written by the best and most th
practica}(e writei-a In the. country. n*
If our hiarmiers would pay mnore atten- 't
tion to the breeding... ad riuing of th
improved stoek we - houhd hear less th
copaplint aby hard tjmeos stid low *o
prlee* of g'tain., We, thgreforef urge o
alt tsuid'for a free! specimnu leopy, 00
~"or 50 cents forAhe'bMladoo of the year. th
.Address N. P. Boyeor & Co., Parkes- aol
1elpt for 3e.eond quarter. bl
Gftailb, amount reached $80. ; Jo
Batsort, $20.85 ; 14dgefield, $15.25 ; ye
Kecehaw $6 80 O; Qt~jendon, $40. ; tb
Horry, 438. ; ItIoblani4 *) 11.50 ;
OQeligestg,$100'd N6wbeiry, $72.. i
85. nossron, $75..; Fairfield, $42,. y0
50 ; Pendleton, $50. ; Union, $20.'5;
Ohestetfteld $75.l4; York, 85. ;
South -0er611thus 'In Baltinsore, ye
* so00;,8osth,. 0.atoliaa.New Po
~? York, $ll0-.TotaIr $1,791.,64. Re
ce~pts *rat qar ter, $518.Q04 Total
20th of May, $2s09.64, i., - -
Dat 3st aIssan at
th4~ Pet freatk Oftl' be 9 d old
The fe ha, wel sa th~ ." ut11~
Carollet b s' losteat man-.ozce pr
i) earnod.a just distinction in every
ilk of life, who noeer faltered in his t
votion to the land which gave him I
rtb; whose'' plois Oare-.-and- mes
rny genius . inade of the .s4
story of the Sotith, a living breat.. I
g reality; who - caused the na' A
ro and customs, the mon and. the
)men, "of the good old times," to
vell with us again in the tnolodles of
a verse and the romantic splendors 1
"Win. Gilmore Sintus, poet, histo.
n and novelist, the veteran head of
uth Carolina literature, died in this 1
,y on Saturday last.
'To him the State and the whole
uth owe a debt of gratitude that
nnot soon be paid. At least let
in live in his works, and in the kind i
Dughts and grateful remembrance of t
3 whole Southern people."
ruit for Dyspepsia.
An eminent French physician says
it the decrease of dyspepsia and
lious affections in Paris, is owing to i
3 increased consumption of apples ; J
ruit he innitains, which is an ad
rable preventative and tonic, as
11 as a very nourishing and easily
rested article of food. The Paris.
is devour one hundred millions of
-m every winter, and we do not
ubt that these statesments are per
tly correct. In fact, instances
ve come under our own observation
cre fresh fruit lId an immediate
ct in checking bilious tendencies
individuals, and we have heard of
iole districts where bilious diseases t
1ame prevalent upon a failure of the I
Bath of Pleasanat Goode.
We regret, says the Columbia
tardian, to chronicle the sad tidings
the death of this estoiemed .and
rthy colored man, who departed m
s life yosterday evening; Pleasatat
I been suffering for a considerable C
igth of time from dropsy of the kid
Ile was the body servant of the gal
it Maxey Gregg, who fell in the
r. A fait.hful servant he was bo- c
e and during the war, and after b
anoipation he evinced the sincerity e
his previous conduct by proving n
uself the true friend and well- 1
iher of the white people, by and
ong whom he had been reated. t
ring his last illness, Pleasant re- 'I
ved numerous reminders of the 5
idly feelings of his white friends ;
was he.negleoted by-bis own-race,
thour he washoe1 in:high:eeten."
rhe funeral services of Pleasant e
ode, were held at the Trinity c
urob in Columbia, on Tuesdiy af. t
noon, at four. o'clock. A large 9
mnber of white and colored- people t
lowed his romainSu to the grave, 1
e pall bearers were Ccl. F. W. 1
aMaster, Col. Win. Wallace, Col.
(I. Haskell, Prof. tAbordo, Col. J.
Thomas, Capt. John WatIesg; Mr.
egg and WValtei Fiebert Pleasat t
a for a long time sexton of T~.rinity
urebh of that city,
me Local Paper.(
W hat tells us, says an exchiange, so .
Ldily the stiandard. -of .atown or a
y. as the, appearance of its paper? 1
id its youth or its age can as well
determnined by the observing as by ~
aersonal notice. The enterprise of a
citizetts Its depicted by its adver
ements, their liberality by the
ika of the paper. Some papers
>W a good, solid, healthy founda. n
n, plethorie purses, and a well-to- I
aippearance generally ; e thers
>w a striving .to .contend with the
aping thousands around them, try.. 80
Sdtorench an existencoe from
rir close-fsted 'comtnities.. An
sasional mreteorio display in its el-!a
ins of telegraph or oal, or of edi
-ils, showsa what it can do If it had i
means; jut it cannot contlntie in .9
expensive work until support .;
iies, which ought to be readily. 0
rnted. A newspaper vis like a S
arch--It wants fostering- itt- tlpe
smencemoettyad for -. fe* years; -
sn, as a -general tlinpg, it ,an walk
>ne, and reneekeoredit ttpan its-loop
*n.; akeo.your : home .paper-it a
res yoq inore news of'liagleli~te-ig
'eat takhn Kay OtlhIe'paper can posgi- il
do ; it talks for you wheu~ptliev '
>alities bolli, you t it stands up for C
ura rights,; yott always -has'e .a
ampion in ydur -home pap~ev : -&nd
)ae who' stand p for -yott should
etainly bg. y#4 etttalned. Your a
~erests are k'ied, and ,equal, and f
u must rise or fall to ether '1b re- a
e it l tofod(f IterA to asn rt I
a disgrue Mafy. nte1;ias att in
ia good'oitfson an8 i i (te
Ictest integrity efehardeler,."
SENssin.E.-A Yankee who has sot.
led in Georgia, and engagedtu agri.
ulture, madesa soneio)peo in at
Lgr ioultural Contelf idChare
Oh last. week.. He said. I
.f a Northern man. 1if do wn
ere to look ai the cotntry t , hun.
Igeda are doing eVery merih, .get-him
o settle on your lad, .If he ha $000
et it away from him, irveoted in
our land, ad then he VrIljptik, and
rhatever State ho comes foihe will
00 a Georgian or a South Carolinian
a less than a year. If his 'mouey Is
lore his heart will be here, and h
oolities will be here. The Sonthorn
nen smiled at this as a Yankeeism,
ut riot a few of themo iedognized the
,sonoe of truth in it, after all. He
ontinued :Capital can control labor
n the end. Tho fact is that where a
forthern ferier gets rich, he does it
ot so much bj farming as by-itforeas.
ng the Valu.Of his land, bringing it
0 the highest state of cultivation,
Irawing .other people around him,
i ilding up a pleasant neighborhood,
oetting schools ahd churches about,
nd so on, until ho is a wealthy wuan,
. can be done ju3t as well here as
here. I have a little piece of land
n Georgia, and I tell you right here
.mean to brig it up to my stanlard
r die in the attempt. - I. put iy
apital and my own muscle right into
t.9 and if capital can't control labor.,
'H flud out the reason why."
TiHE COLORED QUE*TION IN TIHE
ri1EATRE.-The equality of color is
nakiug rapid progress in this town,
,jast night, two negroes, dark as the
ice of spades, occupied conspicuous
eats in the National Theatre, enjoy.
he English opera. The night preced.
ng, an officer of the House of Re.
resentatives created an imittense
ensation by appauring at the same
heatre with two dabhing and elegant.
y dreised colored Indies. He bore
uis honors manfully and meekly, pay.
ng no attention whatever to the curi
lus looks directed towards him by his
rhite brethren. Some very excited
rhite folks went to the manager of
he theatre to protest against the
'outrage," as they called it, and to
uggest the propriety of putting the
olored Aals and the White escort out
f the theatre. The manager declar
d he couldn't do it short of a filoe of
500, which lie did not propose to in
ur this season.- Wash. Cur. Nci
Kork 1e raId.
A t one of thb entertainments re
ently given to the Duke of Eden.
urg, in India, an old lady was pres.
nt,-who, being afflicted -with deaf.
ess, carried an . ear trumpet. She
ad occasion to anmmon one of the
tble servants, who was carrying a
ish of peas, and put up her trumpet
hear his reply to her question.
',he unlucky Kliimutgar, misunder
anding her wishes, ista.1tly trans
irred a bountiful helping of peas to
be mouth of her acoustic instrument.
A Texas..apro. telW a of* -eyung
ouple who eloped on horseback, ac
Dmpanied by a clergyman who, was
a marry them. The bride's father
are chase, and wax overteking the
arty, when.the maiden called out to
be clerical friend, "Can't you marry
as we ran" The idea took, and
o commenced. the ritual, .and just
s the . bride's, father olutohed.her
ridal rein the clergyman pronounced
be lovers mian and iwife. TIN4 father
!as so pleased with the dashing" Re
ion, thtt, as tile story goes, be gave
beoti his blessing .
ANOTHER IRON STReAD SHIP Iolt
ltAR sTON.--Th3 Widi~gton, Del.
-ibune, of. a recet; dats,adays :
At the yard of the Harlan & lRob
ngsworth Comnpanya oq siooka fromn
~hich the iron steam collier ."Leop
rd' has just been launched, work.
ion are already lay itg the keelfor a
lngnifleent new steamer for the m1ord
an line, lar'ger thlan the very large
con steamer now onl the stocks in the
tine y:,rd. for the line between New
forkI and Oharleston. Oh~ the last
ientioned vessel rapid itogress is
A Hlindoo proverb says: "Strike
et, even with a flower,.a wife -though
be has a thousand iaulfs."
A woman'. 'wili--won't I.
We are authorized to annonce ED
FARD P.' 8TOKI~, J&q,'of dreehrille, a
uudidate to represent the people of thed
ourth' Congresuiowa -Distrgt, of .8outh
tales, at the ensnjng election sunOctober.
Prineiples~-DMbRA tI0. june 14
The 'medIoinal1e'irtues -of Roots, Hlerbs
ui~i Barks whic.h wsre used bythe "Medi..
LbetbfVof the I . 6~Iyst ~ ~ h ich
42Alib h 49 ( b *sess
to most efficient alterat lve properties for
ie Bloj et j,J i gwgm x
rm D 'TUTT'S SARBAI. LJ
nd 41UEElN'PLDIiTJ It iua ery
uhe 'enfdneof the prepfh4 ad the
mEroIs'tedtiwcentate-of ha~ vitb.,kind
yjfraetuitoe eof~eediits, leates. ad
ont~ ha tt i.4 ard d4ddrtdiable arbtedy
rd nis 4aJl TM e&
Injure th main ipriu Ofraiatch an
every portion of the works becomes dises
deyed.) 'Thq juiatllofeji is tothe yh
mail Bysfetn' *hat tit h a t tpliee or foel
a is to a ehroneit~t. - Iot iffueb-ias 4h
action of the othe or$n, .qpd coutrols. 1
a OftKti 01ut,'3e lenin achiie
The coinipirlion da7ty di ' t rther
foir ai'the weakness or 04 in' feetiota
of tole utAin sting it indieatd on she Fac
of the timo-plece. so also Ie the weekneu
oe other discrd-r of the stomach - betraye
by the face or fia invali 1. The oomplexio
is sallow or faded, the eyea,fare deticen
in lustre and intelligene, and there is
worn, anxious eipression in tile whol
conut eince whiich tell as plainly as writ
ten words could do, thAt the great nourih
ing orgnii whovo office it )R- tp minister t
the wants of ibo body, ahd to sustalk an
renew alt Its parts, Is not perforning It
duty. It reqtilyes r'enovaling and reguls
ting, and to accomplish " tits end Ilostet
ter's 8omach Bitters may be truly said t
be the one thing ueedful. The broke
main spring of a watch may be replaced b
a new one, but the stomach can only he to
paired and strengthened, and this is one <
the ob'cOts of the famotts Vogettble restorr
tive which for eigliteen years has been wot
g'ttg a sucossful contest with tyspepsiai
all llinates, As a specifia fot' iudloestio
it stands alone. Whet the resources <
the phartaneopecia hnve been exhatustet
withoutlaft best, dotig liore than inligat
ing the complaint, a course of this wholt
some and palatable, yet powerful, stomach
ic effects a perfect and permanent cure. I
all cases of dyspopsia the liver is more o
less disordered, and upon this importai
gland, as *ell as upon the stomach an
bowels, the Bitterd not with singular die
ltictnea, regulating and reinvigoratil
evet'y secretive and assintulating orgai o
which bodily and mental health depend.
VArnoNrss lons ErT18rnnism.-Mr. P
P. Tonle, whose advertisement appears i
another column, has established on a fia
basis, in Charleston the largest and moa
complete manufactory of doors, eashes
blinds, &c., in the Southern Staten. Ha
Ing advertised liberally during the pas
year, he has secured a large custom, ex
tending as far west as Atbairn, and lie ha
thus been enabled to put forth 'a printe
price list *hch defles conpotition. Ever
person who contemplates building or r<
pairing should write at once for Mr. Toale
S6?" The attentioh of our renders I
called to-day to the advertt.-ement in at
other column, henued Lippnan's ireat Ger
man Bitters, a preparation that ha bee
usel for upward of a century in enlighten
ad Eutope with the greatest success in thi
cure of Dyspepsta or Indigestion, Consti
pation,'Luss of Appetite, Liver Complaint
loss of tone in the digestive organs, ett
The proprietors. Messrs. Jacob Lippman 8
iro., Savannah, O.. have, at considerabl
out-lay Sleceeded in obtaining the origion
recipe for ranking this delightful tastibi
Bitters, and pleage their repttaition that il
prepating in Ithe original sinlidard shall b
kpt up. Deput in \ininsboro, at Ladt
Bros. Drug Store.
The Great' ramily Med.ioine. of the Age
Have elapsed since the intt'odutlatots of th
Pain Killer to the pIblie, aund yet at th
present time it is tnote poptlar and coin
mands a larger sale than evet- bofuro. It
lopularity is nut confined to this vounit
alone t all over the world its beneficial ei
fets in curing the "ills that aesh is hei
to," are acknowledgedl and appreciated, a~
as a PAIK KII~t.ER'its fatne is limnitedi to n
country, sect nor race. It needs ontly to b
Thirty Years is certainly a long ereo"5
time to p rove the effieaey of any medicine
and that the t'AtN Katiat is this~ring o
all its'proptietorts claim for' it, is atnitij
p roved by the unparalloled poputlaity I
has at tained. 1t. is a -sure and effeetive
remedy, Soldi by all Druggists. Price 21
ots., 60 ets., and $1 per bottle.
Direqtiotts accoinpany each bottl.
In he isric Cortof the Uni,
. ted States for the DIstrict eii
1x liarto JElisa 8, Ragadale, ex parte Star
ga Lt Shaw, adm'r., ex parts 8. Wonr s
Co.\x partea Sahog Wolfe, In 1t, Jamea
Jiard i, Blankrupt--Peitions to eqgtsbust
LL credit' r- vilng liens agaisatt the
A.estate of tIu' above ntnedJ lank,
stipi ar'8hdrobfy 110 ed toetbls <
same before me wit bn twenty-one dayt
from t he fist; pnblicat ion of this not~Ice, 61n
be debarred from any benelt in the det-e
for distribution to be m'in lathe ekse,
And that aft other cdltors, a o thers int.
terested, show-cause, -if any \theye have,
why the proceeds of the leviabI~ :rcl and
personaliesltate of the Bankrupt hould nbt
be applied to satisfy said liens. ~ueorditig
to their: priority. B~y order Sf ?'ft., .
W. I. CLA W8ON,
Jutne 22--34 - Regidtbt
K B408 freab lNor ,a Osrolina ,fea1tfot
*1J -:sale low fot the Cash.
June 21 BACO[' & CO.
TRIOe edSUTPn LYP
b*t b ,.do
* *'~.AD B
T 0 *14 ber hie 01.9 ad to
Consatanti receivif ply.,of
:-441,44,801 Plan ries.
S20 bI. Family xta
Ffour, Baloot, Corn, IV, Sn.
are off Teas, A eie , et.,
- Alis, a'o d- stock o- ' he d goods:
t Peaohes, Ploe Apes. Strawberries, Toma -
toes, Oysters, obsters, Salmon, Piokles.
5 Sauces, Chooolate, Candies, Ci run, Uo.,
(flass, Crookery, Stone, Tin tud Wooden
Tho above - goods will be sol4 low for
WCash. Satisfaoiln gurt oral.
OUR BAR, Is now spplied with le.,
f and we.are prepared to turnish -6Mr custo.
mers with all kinds of Lihit Wino and
- Summer Drinks.
F. I . OLLEVEt & CO.
r may 7
ooBush0A s rIime, White Corn.
100 BUSHELS FEEDING OATS.
D. R. Flenniken.
LOT of Canvassed I1AIMS, liuet receiv
-Aed.R. 20 lAA~w.
A FRESH SUPPLY
Fruit and Confectionery Store.
A LOT OP FIN'E 8 GARS,
Summer Drinks of all kinde at
GOODINO, STUART & CO.
CE1 WING TOBACCO-the finest in mar.
ket, for sale at
nay 0l WiINTYRE & CO.
A LOT of fine N. C, CORN in store, and
. for sate cheap for oush.
JNO. H. DROWN,
At the store of J. P. SMatthews, Jr.
BARE~Gg, Mfuslin, Lenog, Japanese
Mesmbiques at about baif what they sdld
Aco rniat year.
a fine stook of Cassimore Suits, Linen hbd
Cottonade Sacks And Pints, litteia Et4s
and Towels at radticed prioss f'or each at
RECHIN $NobltA8trl'A A S41c).
leeland Mess, Piafogisg atracts. Coym.
o enirated 1,gd, 'Toilet -56a$,s, Veretsteky
Toilet Powder, Morphitte, ?ali, NCiler,
French Bleaoking, *0., bo,
EN~TCHIN, M4cMASTERt & lDItcE.
I am prepard a't in
shbops to doall. kind of (i
-stoith anid'wood *oik in
the very neatest, iyl, call and akItmIt:4 for
yoryles. Li. M. DOLION.
A Word to Quir Fdroads and Cus"
WB* setul nne tootf elnd
W ad estoergtht we haqe seo rd
Bak'er'f'eom Columbia ,. . hite4 is
a man that thtroughly ondsersands. his 1u
,aineusa d 'pe at Wiulinog tilq 5ugd
Thilee otin idra ~tf
asteqda 600DING, Rtt'
E RL opposit, the. pas7me
A alfrom his friende a e p o
genardtlie is Urnib soliolted.
Ca, rl i dis~ e~~n Saddje
Horss ay one st
VINEGA R B1TTERS, Rosadalis, KoskQ(
Salt Petre, Bailssam Copalva, Worm Confec
ions, Vermafuge, Oil of Amber, Dovet'
Powders, Alcook's Plaster, Gum Opiult
Morphine, Stroug's.Pills, Jayne's Expeolt
rant, Chloroform, Cod Liver Oil, Risley'
luchu, Mustang Liniment, &o.
Bath Drick, Castile Soap, Ginger, Cream
'nt'ter, Fly Poison, Corn Starch, Rat P1ol
son, Yeast Powders, Citrio Acid, Salts c
Lemon, Cox's Gelatine, Chinese Vermillior
100 gallons Brilliant Oil
Just received by
KETCHIN, MoSIASTER & BRICE.
AND ato the Ladies Pretty bress ood
in great varlety at
TIHOMPSON & WOODWARD.
The MVodel Jar
F01t preserving Fruits and Vegetable
Lamps, Goblets, Lamp Chimneys, all atun
usually low prices.
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
NOTIONS and Shots to arrive in a fe
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
HAY! HAY! HAYF
UST received One Ifundred -Dale# oi
forthern HAY, Those of out oustomera
who need will please come at once.
I O2 9IRA 9 J Rt~E
He W. fl SPOR1TES.
n LadletDr4bs #4ods"At4 Millinary of thbe
ateat style, Laitecs' and Iless' GaitA s;
isoes' ifd of'vevy desorlyts a, Oe ufa
Nirni86thg Goods, &o. Hie Wished to call
pblasisttntl.Ibto his a-eady-tziade Claih.
na, * ~ Safttw1o htts e 4 for auli'
ddla Ie sflfg fo~iess thiln tifi 'same
~ooda could be boUaht for ut the Statf th,
Wb.:t sbk. eh .e ti"
ot 6 & ti--O ne4g call, ab his terts ate
t~~l a 1 sply9tFeu
A I16* sad useful invenitibn for see' bS
dto all ihd' g1*
k* tlca de1'
taa e.stpv, al wa
speen tly ask he ontiusans of a
reas f d ost
ma o I ld . , *
GREAT GERMAN BITTERSa
P01ES'rn EDICAL cORDIAL
IPfANS 010AT GERRAN Br TIRS
NJ is prepared from the orginal 'rmhan
receipt now in the possession of the I ro.
prietors, and is the same preparatio.a that
was used In Germany upwards of a century
ago; and to day it is the househould repie
dy of Getmany, recommended by its' aot
GREAT UERMAK BITTElW
Is composed of the purest alcobolio es.
sefto of Gormany's favorite boverage, i
pregnated with the juices and extrao(s of
rare hei bs, roots and barks I all of which
combined make it one of the best and surest
preparations for the cure of
Dyspepsla, Loss of Tone in the Stonitch
and Digestive Organs, Nervous De
bility, Langour, Constipation,
Liver Complaint, General
-AND As A
Preventative for Chills and Fever
Lalarious Diseasea GeneraHy.
Will find LIPMAN'8 GItEAT dEIIMAN
DIIrTER'S the bost tonio known for the dis.
eanes to which they are generally subject,
nnd where a gentle remedy I recommend.
SAVANNAH, March 16, 1876.
Messes. Jacob Lippman & ltro., Savtalnah,
flent-I have before me your catee ed
letter of the 14th inst., contining varjous
doeumnnts relativo to your "0oran Ilit.
ras." After a careful examination I must
tonfess that. your Bitters is really what
you represent them to be, nn old German
recipe of Dr. Mitcherlioh, of Berlin, Prus
sit It will no doubt be excellent. for dys
pepia, general debility and nervous diseas
es, and Is a gdotd prevttntaive of chills fnd
feer. I and it to be a tmoat delightfitl and
I remain yours truly,
(Sighed) Auo. P. WaT-n.s,
*ukLAND ltILL5t, GA, Maroh 22, 187P.
Mesers. Jaeob Lippman & Bro , Drugg fats
Genfiemen-I havo introdieed your Gtent,
Gertdan Bitters here to my custoiners and
friends, and iud better sabiofor It than any
I have evet k6pt. bfore. l'hose who have
trhod it ayprovo of it tory highly and do
not hesitath in savinfr thlat it is f hi, ne
in vaetoto any other Bitters now In use.
* (tigned) - W. KiEtrLAMP,
Depot- 19 Wisusboro,
Wholesiale Agdnf fot- Soth Carolina.
-DOWIt M IS1 & DA I8,
IENItY BISCH OFY & CO.
CIASS~ke & WITTE,
ATAPPltS, WERNER 0 Dt)1KH,
may 81-6m Chat'eston, S. (.
Notice to Trespassers.
FOllID ANY PERSON FRQM TRAV
cling thrvugh , my I' antatIon-,-,qr, in
tfespasusig upod1 my lands in any shoa or
form. . M. NTEVENaO...
IN EQUITY, FAIFILD 1d870.
1$.tso,' e. al. creditorof the sainter's
beenoizie om areld--gior faiaor jnctoe
cuhaing tion aings i the Daoveit
2d. That til piersonhl having claims
against the said Bank, inoluding Dank note
1ldears, be requlrqd to presen I.and . prove
it elairns on or before theq 22d dayo
Deiecbet,,'A. D., 1870. yo
3d. That the fleceite-, by counting &nd
Ceeling in pae!ager, or by regis tering
azpotnt,,leters and nutubers, cause the
Ii'nik notes that miay be presented to be
4th. Thtat the Rlecotter proceed forthwilt
to collect the assets of the Bank, by Snit,
where adVIsable:i and that foe that/pturpose
he is authorised to employ proper .attor
thTbtlh Receiver be authorised to
sonai property (other than those in aotl'bn)
belongjngt t said flank' at such - th and
place as he may deem advantageous, giving
cuch, pub jic notice by public advertilamena
*e is required by .law tor .admwinistrater's
'86th. That the 1tnoetvel be aUt~ithrse to
deli at suek place anid shoft tinf6 'Ntler the
et':of dauay A5 . 1973, as he niay deem
cMpedibnt all lbe cboset in. action that, he.
at n by that time have raseftesined. lo.
oubirul cc, sorshiese, gold .s~ b ee fin
gftradand. 'the Aot of tile enestat As'
fendbly ab WI 14th - f Janmty, A. D,
1870Ventibae A 'Ai toit ahthhrige at1tdin
1st a9od' eieautor's bed6 othem ?dudiates to
e ~tdences~f indt tedness.
i e t tReoeiver
6I B Thbay oelste and $dy it6v
dede mkortsouh olaihs ab ttst irvben
duiy' Eslabiished ftro. the- set procelede of
q jles Apdqqeetions tipirs ndsu~eafter
7uQ 5 : lo~ a~ rir t g to --m
eonsy'debesed bti-i1m.. -
Slhi1 That this o 6u1 be beublisbed one6 a
n se //ga.i in dhe
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