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h0,t't~b of oK emh ',187.
hr so who ied oill at po
' ei~ r efefr oe advertisenint
K4n'Skepherd & dd who will
unrnish heilitg apparatus tq slit theii.
.'tho:e who den,re's platte er I of
frozen Ice Cream, can have tblir
t'a$tei'gattlled by egling or sending
hr. e46 9aur idinfor i late
of Lo Cream.
P4qagaI$Ir. yaihaa Pa'rott
We, again this morning. are called
upon to chronicle the death of anoth,
er old citizen. Mr. Nathan Parrott,
died a, his resideuge in this District,
on Saturday laat, the 25th instant, in
the 82nd year of his ago. He was an.
honest and industrious citizen.
The number of deaths in Charles
ton for the week endingthe 25th, 42,
-white 10; colored 32.
At the Citadel Square Baptist
Church, Charleston, on Sunday morn.
ing, nine persons wore baptised-five
.ladies and four gentlemen.
At a meeting of the subseribers of
the Capital stock of the "Charlston 1
Phosphate Company," the following
gentlemen were elected :Win. G
Whilden, Preidy dent; Wha . alson
Pringle Boiio enryT. Peake,
1An exchange says that round bats
worn by young ladies are encircled
with cordons of fowers with leaves
Hat in rie straw, bound in black
olvet, and trimmed in this way with
iengal roses, will be very effective.
4large bew of black velvet forms the
fastening of the flowers. o
A Fine Plaotogirapha.
Messrs. -' Wren & Wheeler, at
their apt gallery of this 4lace, have
prsonted.ap atta6he of this office, with
.afine 'Photograph, finest picture ex
tant, (that is,as far ls we are capa>le
of judging,) for which we tender o,
b . .e Therae Is no risk in sying.
that this style of picture will win thv
adiirtion of all who desire their
aHadows cast in a style at once faith
fel and pleasing.
besers. *Wren & .Wheeler havt
gone to Blaclstock, where they wili
remasin for only a few days, we would
therefore,' say to our Blackstoec<
friends, who wish a good picture of
themselves, to go to these gentlenmen (
A:Claance for Coored Soldiers.
.We think it perhaps would be an
acceptable thing for Captains Johnsoni
and Cooke to inform the menbers of r
their companies, that if any of' them
destfe' to go' and flght the Tndiant., I
0y will b loly recruited into the
Ninth ind Tenth Regiments of . 8. t
Iavality, Oe th'is subject the Wash
lngton Star says :.
s 'it Ii'ucderstand that orders will <
she.iweu4 enthorizing the assignmenta
of white re.bruta -in the Ninth and
Tenth Regimentu '6f Cavalr,
ou4wd? ~of odlore4. troops. Te o -
';o~ iho l.a to'keep the rgiment up
he wstnerioai.-standard, - n' vie w of
tesatdemand upon this arm of
. 1t- le' tnly with, great
b ae ohau
stelbbr ffd the Treasury. $10*l f
not!,of nuueq !ge~ 8,
Please look, n for~ the stolerT
Notes, liberA ar il e i
y'eoab 0&e eis maye eet
t,q eli 42 "iR 8
- 'W'f.~~ tu mo
4,ouna ti.-roof in rear of the build
gng,an. le engtO 4 tpnptjng
to get tromih I 4o efo move
ht In 1% 6e0ebr 6* "t. It
Iaggest thati6 si t n e avQd,
bit,e will be oonfi'4 to hio rom for
Seglved fro) tWt farms
i .W. Erwin ad DAniel B.
R ite a number of cotton
klooi, the first tbkt -have boon pro
6of.dto us this seaso i, thou'h tot
Lhe first wo havo heard of. The cot.
bin of this DistrJiot is now blooming
alnely and there is every prospoct of a
Th aitser.s respectfully call spon
the ont;.jl7of Winnsboro to gfave the
1tin-pkii bea:ting," "chorn'-blowing"l
MBfe-tooting," &o.,soinewhat a-ba-led.
[h Is n *ifernal iuisance., and the
rown Counoil should -take the matt0r
The citizens of Winnsboro do not
object to white or black serenading
their friends at an early hour, when
bey feel so disposed, but they do ob
oct seriously to the beating of tin-pans
L11 night long and thereby disturbing
Dickson's Sook .oi .Fauming.
David Dickson's Great book on
1?(rming now out. No farmers libra
y compl6te without it. Bound in
loth, extra, $4; Sheep, $4 50 ; Half I
4orocco, $5. Orders received at this
>ffice. Good canvassing agents want.
id. For terms apply at this office.
barge Yield of Wheat.
The farmers of our District, or at
east a certain portion of them un- t
lerstand thoroughly, that which- is
>est for them to do in this unrecon
tructed county, especially in regard
o the raising of provisions.
Mr. Moses Clowney, we learn, lis
nadoa splendid cr9p of wheat. He
>lauted forty acres, and harvested one
housand bushels from the same; an
verago of twenty-five bushels to the
It is very seldon that the good p'o
tle of Buokhead and Peasterville, are
bort of provisions ; they understand
rell.enoughi the condition of (je
ountry, and are striving hard not'to
>e found wanting-in-the necessaries
The farmers in other portions of
?airfield, will do well, to patteraiaf
or the farniers of old Buckhead and
'easterville. Instead of keeping
heir cribs and meat-houses in Balti
nore, as nine-tenths of our farmers
ro now doing.
A. Good Number.
The Phrenological Journal and
'dekard's Monthly, for July, begins
ts 5l.t Volume, with' marked im
>rovements. It c,ntains besides Phy
iogonomy, Ethnology, Psychology,
to., portraits and eharactor of Botho
en, Sir Samuel WV. Baker and Wife.
Iover-nor Palmer, of -Illinois, Mark
~emon ; the Governors of New York ;
rypes of the Beyrout Population;
deasuring Men ; Physical Education;
tavages of WVild Beasts ; Summer in
lie Fields; Reform for Women ; We
nust rest ; Wit, with a Moral ; Love
sud Liberty ; Vacations ; The Invisi.
>le Monster ; Pastor's Wives ; Olimnp
os of a' Wer tern Editor ; the Eleo
rio Post ; Was St. Paul a Bachelor ?
uecess in ife ; E<qual Pay for Wo
nen ; Integrity ; Uip ic the Skies,
ito. Only $3 a year, and is offered
.t $1.50 for half a year, July to Jani.1
tddress 8. R. Wells, 889 Broadway,
r'o Ogar subscrlR,ers.
'At the annual meeting of the South.
iro Presa AssocIation, held at Savan
iah A pril 26, 1870 the following by
aw was adopted :
.;pTroN I. From and a.ter June
Let,: 870, no member of this Associa.
shall continue, i. subscription
ipon b ig books, either for daily or
ekf%ssifd, beyond thd frig4 fokr
Iiobh pre-payment.has beeninada."
Id' accordfnW with the abcoe our
ubadribers wIll abe ,that we are
iblIg6d'to" en;forge' the 6aeh system.
~IIs 11f,'the,r4oro, he made opt and
orwarded;incediately to all parties
lonsare:sbrout falling do,- EicecoOer.
gj p epayment up to and ('ncluding
Re ~I~h I~' paper
are i omd .aser uputous rego
laiy, usho onuaoi a L and
n P e ~ w
unadred jottings a year.4
Jb i -
A maa n Ot e
era'# ' yi.a
The following ;g0itlemett ie ap.
pointed the Executive Committee of
,be Unionu f rifrtn.party,Jin jjjrf.
tuco'of the r'e%outi6 of th Onen.
J. D.,Krsha of Kershaw.
WVi(llam--Walla&he, of IR16h0a.
Williain,T. Gary, of Edgoaed
S. P. I18milton, of Cheter.
E. W. Feibles, of Ribland.
J. P. Thomas, of Richland.
]Ienry Mlver, of Cheteifiold.
Y. J. Pope, of Nwberry.
Henry Barnes, of Edgefeld.
J. A. Hoyt, of Anderson.
Ilenry Buist, of Charleston.
Jonas ByrI, of Clarletn.
William Wallace, of UUiUn.
CHANCES OF MARRIA.4E.-The fol.
lowing curious statement, by Dr.
[ranville, is taken from a late Eng
ish paper; it is drawn from the reg.
stered eases of 876 women, and is
lerived from their answero to the age
it which they are. respectively mar
ied. It is the first ever constructed
'o exhibit to fernales their chances of
narrioge at various ages. Of the 876
remales, 3 were married at 13 'ears
)f age, 11 at 14, 16 at 15,-48- at 16.
12 at 17, 66 at 18, 115 at 19, 118 at
10, 86 at 21, 85 at 22, 59 at 23, 53 at
24, 26 at 25, 24 at 26, 28 at 27, 22 at
28, 17 at 29, 9 at 30, 7 at 31, 5 at 32,
r at 33, 5 at 34, 2 at 35, 0 at 36, 2 at
37, 0 at 38, 1 at 39, 0 at 40. From
,bis our fair readers maj. form a pret
y accurate judgment of the chances
vhich they hare of entering into the
toly s'ate of matrimony, and of en
oying the sweets (we say nothing of
,he bitters) of wedde4 life.
A celebrated divin, who ~was r(
narkable,in thle fist period of his
iinistry 'for a boistrous mode of
>rcoching, suddenly changed his whole
nnner in the pulpit, and adopted a
nild and dispassionate mode of do
ivery. Oino of his brethren observ.
Ig it, inquired of him what had in
luced him to make the change. He
,nswered, "Wnen I was young I
hought it was the thunder that killed
lie people, but mhen I grew wiser, I
Icovered it was the lightring, so I
eteimined in future to thunder less
ud lightning more."
Tree DQlla,ia po,- An,itm.
B4 PAGES READING MATTER,
30 PAGES AVERTISEMENTS.
WALICElt, EVA!$ & COGSWEL1
D. WYATT AIKEN,
. Os011ANESVaONl, I. U.
July 2-1 y
We are anwhorized to announce EU
VARID F. STOKEd, Esq., of Oreenville, a
andidAte to represent the people of the
~ourthi Congressional Diatrict of South
~arolina in the Congress of tho United
tes, at the ensuing election in Oct oher.
Irinciples-DE1CR A tIC. june 14
Delays and Dangers.
That poor. emnciated Consumnptivoe, who is
ow beyond all hope of recnvery, might
ow be lhale and hearny had hie r.ot negleet
d thai slight cough. lie navised, it you
ave a cough or coild, get at once a bottle
f DRi. TUTT'S EXPECTORANT and you
vili soona be relieved. Do not'put it ofl.
DR. WI!. H. TUTT'S
COMPoUND EXTRACT or
Rarsaparilla and Queen's .Delight
Is the acknowledged antildote to all Blood
For Diseases produced by the use of Mer
ury, andI for Syphilis, with its train or
vils, this Compound is the only sureo-Anti
To the poor crealure, enfeebled ia mindi
ad body, by scoret; practices, whose nerves
re unstrung, and eountenance dlownoast,
The. Sareaparilla und Queen'. Deligh,t
a blessing. Try it fairly, and iour fierveu.
rill be restored to theii- wonted vigor, and
our dejected coun'tenanc'e be male radian
rith ihe uonsciou,ne,is .of' ht1STQfth
IANiIOOD. 'UBlpg,free from vio!en& m' --
a's it Is adapted to' generali use, The old
nd foung may us'e it; the m'opt defiet.e
mmale at any time may take it ; tlhe tejder
rifant, wiho mnay have inherft.ed Mdtsq,
tlli be cured. junp 28 2i
Heaiths 6 le8t Defence.
"The weak eafeth her-bs," says St. Past1,
o that eighteen hundred years airo the val
*e of opsdiein al plante waji appreated In
he Old Teo.tmoimt botanical remuedige' as:e
epsatedly reeoPnrq9ided, ku( 11 no paspade
f san,red histo'ry;.,is man recommended to
wallow calv mnel, or Jm~ pill, or, apyo oha.r
tIstral prep rt9n.' Te s.ol stor,.dtrgot
d to pAt~ herbs to 9trpngthemnthenh (0 P4ri
y tleu, to h&el thIem, to-rest.ore tha'i' 3.n
h~itday,the, ari,of :making,vwegej to .
racts was unltoqwn. The hiebat 'mnedi'ols
Fere mere infusions.,
he asesi-e fo?r a laf er a . 'd
he atftary essences of tonlo, aperient and
ntbilions roots, barks, and p'.ets, with
Anot ite stimulant, .mnd; tiftus sedurpe flheir
apiH diffusion Itribagh the debiiitated .Or
igordered systenta . The erowninm'britumph
f. this inffectire knode of concentratitg nd
pplying the virtues;of-medieinal reguetbles
rae Aohi eyed inathe lrbduetton-otf fostet'
er's.Stomach Btitters'. Noveriieom'e had 'a
erfeotlyn pare le.olfolie .stinulant been,
onshined wvith the expreesed juites etfdhe
best epelfiba 'of the veget able kinwgdets.
lever yet, though eighteen years have
lapsed since its introduotion, has this
vae erdtir besti age4eIlvIvlt.
t'-agalh sesot inWelInvseertti
otent safeguard against#iuid*esiae,
te for dye4$siaT %e
Untoods eti9atile ppten
ader unfavorable renaema
sedentary pursuits, undue bodily or menbta
exertioh, hardship, prilatilon and expos6re.
Jly 2-41-th . . -
KoeIoo.-This inediolne is rapidly gain
ing the confidenee 'f the people, and the
ntimerous testimoutals. of Its virtues, given
by protiioncs of ledicine, leaves no
doubt that it is a safe aind reliable remedy
for impurity of the blvQd, liver diseae, &o.
The lat t ANedical Jout-nal contains an or
ticle front Prof. It.- H. NOwLoi, M. D., Presi
dePi of tie E bledi.College, city of New
York, that speaks in high terms of It cura
live properutes, and gives a;.spciat recomn.
metidation of KO koo to the practitioners nf
medilcine. This is, we helIevo, tIhe first in.
tance irhere such inedicites have been
oticlly endorsed by the Faculty of uny ol
tie medical college4, and redects greit
credit upon le skill of Dr. l.nwlence, its
con,pounder, atid also puts "Koskou" it
the van of all otheir medielnes of the preei
PATItO%ir.t 1lo5ms 1%TrItPitt Hr.-Mr, P.
P. tale, whose advert isement sippears in
another column. linH estriblished-oni a firm
basis, in Charleston- the largest r.nd nost
covmp!.te manufnetory of -doors, sash
blinds, &o.. in the Soutliern States. Hav.
ing advertised liberally during tie past
year, lie lis secured a large oustom, eg-.
tending tis far west n.; Alabama. And ho la i
thus been enabled to put forth A priinied
price list which defie. cor,pelitlion. Every
person who cotlemplates building or re.
pairing should write at once for Mr. Toalv's
JsW The attention of outr readers is
callelk to-day to lh, advetilz emenmt in. An
other cplumnn, heat.ed ,ippinan's Freat Ger
nan Bitters, a preparation that has been
usrd fur upwar"i of a ceniury in enligllenl.
ed Europe witi the greate*st sucess in the
cure of DyAl.eliela or Indigestion. COnsti
lation, Loiss of Appetite, Livor goinplmain.
loss of tone In [h,;. dipistive orgins, etc.
The proprietors, Mosrs Jiaogb Lippman & 3
Bro., Savannah, Ott.. have, at consioerable fi
outlay succeeded in obtaining 11he original s
recipe for mnking this delight Iful Iasing it
Bitters, anti pledge their reputation that in
preparing in the original siandirc tilhall ie
kept up. Depot In -Wintiaboro, at Lail
Bros. Drug S'ore. i
- 1840 1870
Timid Valliable Family Medicine ias beei
widey ind favornblo known in out owls
and fureign countries, up.wards of
TIIRTY YEAI I
It ias lost notne .f-ims%o4 mnamo by re. S
04led trials, bIt&. enntiliues to oupy a
prornMtibk position itt. every family medicine P
chest. I . . -- - i el
It Is an Extarnal and Internal Rtemedy.
For Sumnifor Compllini, or nnj other - form c
of ho*el diseate in oildrilken or adults, it is n!
an almost certain ctre, and. has witout
doubt, been trore sucoetisful In during the
varisous kinds of CiOLERA Ilhan iny other
known remedy, or tie naost skillful physi
clan. In India. Africa and Cltina, where
this dreadful disease is more or less preva.
lent, the Pain Killer is constred- by the .
natives. "'well as En1ron:res'tdeurs in
those climntes. & snr ltrnPinn'; and' while
It. is a MOIt etffoient reimedy.for pain, i4s A
perfectly enfo niedicine, even' in unskillful
nands. Directions acompany esiche bottle
Sold by All Druggists.
Price 25ots., 60 ets., and $1'ler bottle, e.
NOT I C1
er a tioned agains.t Ir -
Ing for ¬e of $460 drawn iii favor
of M. Kirkland-and aigned P. instings.
Said note has been satisfied in 1866 bull
st il missing. ' P.-H AS7IN0.
25 B$LS EXTRA FLOUfR.
1 and s BBLS. LAED.
DECLINE IN PRICES I
~Neoftensive assortment of tnl 9 les of
600QO8S with. lnnn1y autileow unirely
new, just recvd and now on:exhiila.
Evet'y IArtiole a ftain I
I Th Itrf1Y In
form the- Citizens pf -ht
Chocks, Spectaoles, &c., always on hand,
an.t will sell at theo lowest prices, and wo~~J
r.enfee"fufly -nak' Ihed cottmtaunee 6
-patronage of.niy:old fiends And etwitnn .
All'goods war'tahted as r$preseted) : 4
prepated to do'klk$nd of Wmktoh' ndMJew.
cirylWork and hat's alass od oit:
siateviaI ota hafndhs and- ilg rt~dd'di .
fCOiGIN-' AlM'ovhk waIi-rahted.'e ~A~ ?63(
-4p'9m w - ~- 'OiiA IISMU1IiltRl A
- eovbd door'f o e sol. flIon'sO~
* p1 80 ~* I~J t5
I s e.I Mo e aiesif,
., mla au
WE Invite the attertio
of nll peisoneto the large
* 5Pt )Gpy ods Lata,
Shoes, &o,, &a., wbjlich we
are Nl$re 'ontt ,our
- passed in the UIV CoIn.
try in quality Aw. chenp
IETCHIN, OteASTERl IC
IN THE FIELD AGAIN
1-NDSOME SUMMEL LENOS
Muslins at 10 Ceri wper Yard,
LND OTHER GO( DSAO )ORDINGLY,
HlE subscriber Is reoeiving by every
Stenmer direct froW0 -
0oods of the Latst Styles end Lowest 1
ark.et Prices, which hie wishe So :gie his
-iondsand cutonera the 4onefit of. Ills
ook of goods on hiand, is laIrge and varied,
od have been marked down to fla' p,-ice.
For 'Meu and Boys in enIdless vat'liy,
rid yet to arrive';. also ll0oos:hoes .
aps anid many other artcles tom nuiieroUs
i nenion. S. WOLF g
N. B.-A few necoiaO will be* opened
ith partieRs, if they can utake satiscitory P
,range-mnts S w T
1-7eA P BEU?I7U?A!
ITST received direct from She be.to faco'.
rics of New York and llosion. Con1i:t
ig of fine Rtosewood. and -Chesnut . 8luis
.tmplete Mahogany and Vialn ut Burenas,
>N4, Divatns. 111rlor' Chinrs. Standm, &o., P
ed Stends nutl Chairs of fit-een difTeret w
'ndes each. Wvrdrobes. Saloon dl'ales knd cc
'er.thiing usually':kept i ho Iirni itre P
ifo. which we prop.-e 16 sell' nA cheny as )
in be bought anywbeie in lhe State. Call
id see. JOHN AloINTYRIj & C.).
Tutt's Ifair Dye,
1UTT'S Sarsanparilla, Tut's Essonce or Ja
- ninica Oinger and Tutt's Liver, 'Pill.
)r sale by
K(EfTIiN, McMA$TER. & BRlIC1
Livory arnd Sale
zm STABLE. aL
A, F. G 0 6D NG
PROP IETOR, c
EARLY pp Sithe passenger depot.'
A alo his friends and the ptubUev
encrally is earneostly solicited.
Carriages, Buggies, Wagon., and Saddle
orses always on hand, So hire on-the most
H'IOICE lot Baltimore Sugar Cure.l
.) and Homo Cured Hiamrs.. IW
juno 4 - D). R. FLENNIKEN.
A-LI persons. having claime- againsa
1Willi am Shtedd, deoensedl, are 'eqsIess
Ho Ihesent the same, pruperly'alt'ested to
.e24II, L. i;LLI10TT,
eb 24A lm'r.
A FRESH SUPPLY 5
& W. Cilbevra,
F'riit andi Confectionery toreA
iT 1W OUTflY PLOd.tf, a iokee ar(
ole. For saleoI
K'ET~CJ IN 8Tt J3RICE.
Wdrd to) O,u r ''OdSsii& Ct
Sroppecefully announeg to. etar f.ids
I 1and .cssowners, that we havo,.securedj
ness an.proswha n i bread
T ed prtrnr u jlinds
izeNI' tI. id'
Ra 404W aneJ*'loa
A ND sto the Ladies Pretty Dress Goodi
a great variety at
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
The Model Jar
OLt preserving Fruits and Vegetable
smps, Goblets,. Lamp.Chimneys, all stun
esually o, Prices.
TilONPON 4 WOODWARD.
VOTION8 and Shoes to arrive in a fe"
TH1OMPSON & WOODIVMD.
3pp . nuan's
'REAT'GLRMAN ^B1TT1 S,
UIREST MEDICAL CORDIA1
Iit ivigortlIng r
1PNAN' (]ItE.\%T 6E110AN 11iIR
A is pr.opared from the. orginal German
*eipN nov in t!.a possessioti of. tlie I ro.
-iotors, 1111d is 1iho snine preparntio.1 11la11
Is u1sed in (lermany upwards of a century
o; and to day it is the househotuld rete
(it G Urmanily, recommended by its most
UilEAT GERM A.U ITTERS
Is composed of the .pirem alcoholo es.
nce of Germany-s favoritt bevernge, im
-cgnated wit the .i iticem id extracts of
.rl hot bs, rools and barks; all of which
mihitied male it one of the best nid surest
-eparitions for t he euro of
yspiipsin, Loss of Tone inl the Stomach
ut )igrstive Orgouls, Nerv01la DO.
biltv, 1,gol tr, Consipiion,
YvrWNIffoliIllitt , ocilernI
-AND) AR A
Tkoyentati,V for Chills and Fever
j Malarious -Diseanes Generally.
Will'On LI M ml' O RI-M T G L. 4
rr1'Tit'g tfi le hesini known for iho die.
toes to hich othey. are generally . iuhject,
ud wherb a geitlo remedy is recommend
SAVANNAH, March 10, 1870.
[esars. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savanpah.
Gents-I have eoruro me your eelcomed
Iter of the 14th ins.., containing variou
n1enmelnts relnlive' to your "GOerman Bit.
a,s." After a oa efuli examiination I must
anfess that your hitters is really what
on reprtesetnt I hemi to te,. an old (lerman
391p99t( JJr, Mitcherlicht qf Berjini, Ir
Ia It will no doubt be e*xcelient f'or dys
epia, genjeral debility, and gervous. diseas
s, and is a good p'revent.cti 6.f chill sand
3Yor, 1- find it .to be a most delightful and
I remain, yours truly,
(Signead) ;.' .Av'. P. WVtnra
K:nIgr.Ann MILS,t, GA, March 22, 1870.
lers. .Jacob Lipptman & liro , DlruggletS
Cenenh -I he (ro n ed your rent
ermnan Bitters herb do' my eustomers and
iends, and find bet tor se for it;than tn
have ever kept loforo. 'hoso whoq have
led it approvo,of it very ig4ly a tpd 1(do
ort hosit ale in saying tt t It is fr superior
value ,jo any et her DigeLrs nlew in use.
(ignted) . W 1. 1(IRRLAND.
Depot in Winnsboro, '
: Wh61,ia A -nIA for LADh thIliOS..
DOWIER )18A &DAV;18)
JlENR1~ III8CilFF & Co,.
Ol.CA88IUy &'WITTW,. -
-BrEFFEb't, WVERNElL& DUCKER
may 814Oa Ch arleston, 8. d
UST fee vedede Ilu dre ales -e
bo ne4 wil plens oase eopo w b
s ~ awei:6A .
LOT 0F EXTRA C SUGAR,
H. flo J7ES
Aethe relt, p.
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- Wh4i re661vil a TIIRD SUPPLY st
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