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STe Canut itd Othe
It is a matter utregret that the cer,sps
't, he taken of persons and properly hl.
Y(.South will be wholly tm-lhble.
T'ie data were looked for with interest
" y students ofsocial acivunie. Yet the
hole cQatly -and.laborious and valiiublu
,.r, cesshas bee"n botched by partisan
0.ip. A correspondent of the New
Votk 7itmes expsHins:
As is well known, about ninety-nine
W+t cent. of the Repnblioan party in t.h
.,nth is composed of negroey, and the
1"maining one per cent. of carpet.bq
w"I venttrer? fromi tho North and lo
o lass scalawag Southern reneadea, alike
'siti it e of ability to comprehend the
'!uiects of a census and of lidelity to die.
4r,rgo properly aty duty confided to
mihin if intricite'orlaborious, 1Prgn this
lass tli Dep'uty Marshals were rigidly
c"h:cted. In one neighboring locality a
o~loped youth, atbout. twenty-one years
->f age, hs chargt of a whole county,
anl is performing his duty (in violation
ot law) with ctance white assistance.
As his conseption of the uses of a census
and the desirableness of accuracy are
necessarily of the most shadowy charac,
ter, the valt6e :of his statistica can ho
duly appreciated. And except in the
cuse of thi' colored boy in no count y
within my obsgrvettion is the Deputy
Marshal a resideht.
There is one fact which will not. be
brought out by the census enquirios,
but a wide observation has satisfied me
of its correctness, which will tend to
show the rapid dtt.uriuration of thii
the colored race in a stato of freedom.
Under the old slave system, as is well
known, a largo proportion of the me
chanics in the South were colored
nearly every plantation having its color
ed carpenters, blacksmith, wheelright,
shoemaker, &c., who were taught their
trades with considerable care. All
such now living are still pursuing their
trades ; but the remarkable fact is thero
are no colored apprentices. The free
colored youth will not learn a trade.
\Vheu the present generation who
learned their trades as slaves, die out,
there will be no more colored mechanics.
Tho race will resume its natnral status
-that of casual, unskilled laborers.
The same remarks applies to trained
houro servants. Chinese house ser
vants in the South will, in a few years,
be aft,ahsolute necessity.
The fact, ahovestated by a Iepubli.
can papor, (says the Ilartford (Ut.)
Wcckty Times,) that. 99 per cent. (I) of
that party in the South is composed of
iegroes, and the remainder of scala.
wags, is calculated to impress the op.
timistic Republicans of this region most
painfully. But we bul eve the writer
has not greatly misrepresented his politi
Honor Ut Ilest Po1nt,
Tho investigation into the complaints
of the negro cadet at West Point res:lt.ed
most ridiculously and damnagingly for the
poor complainant. It was found that the
negro was "untruthful." Tho court of
ir.qury recommended that the complain
ant and the whitecadet of whom he con.
plained should be court-martialed. But
instead of approving his recommenda
tion, Secretary of War Belknap
has ordered an absurd punishment,
which is to reprimand both the cadets,
with their two colors, and let them
"UTntruthfulnes,," according to Swift,
is tho saying of "tho thing which is not."
Now, in old timews, upon theo convictiotn
of a cadet of this sort of.thiing, hie would
have beeni expell-d ; for a convicted liar
in the Army~ 'ould btaye heeig intolera
le. , M .eojtrd w e find
that the man convicted of lying atnd the
man not so conivicted are recommirended
to the same ordeal, and the Secretary of
the Federul Cabinet, who is at the head
of 'fhe Departmentt, modifies the proceed.
mug by a "'reprimand" of bot Ft the liar
and1( the, truthful ia n. Vhat sort of
esprit da corps is there likely to he in
the army undekr such discipline at this ?
It'ts time, itideed, to blush for the coun
try when, m the great school of honor'
anid chivalry, where braves and patriots
are educated, contvied liars are tho.ught
to be fit associats for the young men
who are there imbibing the lessonis that
intended4.o~Akpsk theni .fit guardians ci
the hionkrtaatid glory of the nation ? A
mania of the day is the idea of levelling
n p inferior races to a le vel with our own.
liut this is levelling downgvards.-Bich
Co94All'8ing Ia Raul;I.
AN~ tNDUr,TRY ElfP1.OYJNG 7067 -MANIJ
FAQToBnK8 AND 160,000 OPRATiVES.
"Rni1aIdad fair to" beceme i thnie
one of the great.denn~on uanniatum
counties of the world,"~ is theO surprising
announcement made itn a. Fraalsfort
lett er to the Chicago Repu7ian
This is a direct result 'f our wvar, du
ring which the Ruiaai spinne ra begaun
to maunhacture hiokhtora, Persian, and
Indian cotton wiichi they nowv use for
ch q jpa~' -pr,ierenN to any other.
Ti anf ind ' nyloye 4180,000
wo enmpte nd its prodructsamoutiit
to 150,000,000 rubles ($20,000,000)
yearly'. .It occupies the most magni ii.
cent ei fp4earh on of on
ton mndtustryj wh ch are to be found in
11th 1ol woddl; even the Engish
fa ops pa rogitrds eiso and the amount
of .Wadrmed4,sandbehind diae
m,ilitma, held in,terrorev* over the State
making\?MAige' 1bf. t4#etn 030,$00
and 40,000 votes. One-haull this change
(if 'pa yggass 'whv)e, irgppped'x
tepr.epq9 pot rupt simg will vote, ) wh
earry Sou~th Carolmnal Will Ihe.people
do their duty & WOdl dpM them, in
and that is dhear tot hem~, to" PmItuasiA
their firjindiaal.aId go to work it
- t OoAser a Addtess.
We presostsQu 9ut.,44t page the
address of the .3o,ss vive Exeou
tive Committee to the people of Vir
ginia. This address; hs been.@t9e1r-"
ed'by tho ptess of the State Wth ek
presitous,of the .mst mrlod oppro
val. It is acknowledged to be re
inarkably well written, and ir general
ly attributed to the pen of Raleigh
T. Daniel, Eq.
Wbile; We 4o .o6 i.ssent to msny
expreon s of indivldual opinion con
tained in this document, we are free
to admit that it is patriotic in tone
and sensible in su 'gest ion. No sensi
ble man can posni ,ly fail to see that
the course therein recommended to
the Conservatives is the only one they
can pursue in order to be victorious
in, the' coming fall elections. The
committee advise the opponents of
Radicalism to adhere to the organisa
tion which carried themr through so
triumphantly in July, 1869, and to
avoid all attempts to inveigle them
into the ranks of old political parties.
It advises them that their continued
success can only be secured by corn
bining in one compact mass against
the cohorts of Radicalism, irrespeo
tive of past party affiliations. This
advice is as applicable to our own
distriot as to those parts of the State
whc,re the Conservative majority is
much less than in ours. We have
seen efforts unde to divide our party
in :this district, which, if they bad
,ncoeeded, could not but have result
ed in the most disastrous consequen
ces. They have been frowned down.
We should all determine unanimously
to follow the advice of the Executive
Committee, to preserve our organisa
tion intact, to cast our votes and in
fluenco for the regular nominee, and
insure for him a majority compared
to which the large vote obtained by
Mr. Gibson will pale into utter insig
nifioance.- Wytheville ICnterprisa.
Tite CARPF.T-IIAaOER.-The New
York Journal of Commerce, one of the
wisest and most moderate of Ameri
can papers, is really gleeful over the
prospect of a carpet-bag Waterloo.
It thinks North Carolina has the hon
or of giving Skowhoganites the first
grand warning of the wrath to come,
so far as their destructive political
career in the South is concerned.
"The indignation, if not the blood,
of the South is now up, and the car
pet-bagger hereafter will have to move
on with the almost ceaseless march of
the Wandering Jew. That man must
be a thoroughgoing partisan who Is not
glad to throw a shovelful of earth
upon the political coffin of the carpet
bagger. He has been the ourse of
the South during his brief looust-like
existence there. lie took nothing
there but his carpet-bag, with its con
tents as aforesaid, his hate of the
South and has unscrupulous ambition.
ie had no interest in Southern in
dustry or Southern developmont. He
was a messenger of war, and not of
peace for it was out of the disturban
ces which he spared no effort to fo
ment, and for which he always had at
hand the remedy of powder and cold
steel, that he expected to profit. His
vote at the last session of Congress
was generally to be found on the bad
side of all political and financial
questions. For jobs ho has the fond
ness of a mouse for cheese, and was
usually detected burrowing away in
the centre of every rich coptract or
franchise. Such is the species carpet
bagger-the worst of all the genus
politician. We congratulate the
South and the country that the fiat of
a plundered and Indignant people is
about to stamp the political life out of
the whole odious race."
Norh CAnOLINA AFFATRs.--Su,lls
bury, N. C., August 19.-In the hman
be corpus cases hoforo JTudge Brooks
to-day the prisoners were all dlIscharg
ed widltut de!luy. It was admitted by
the counsel for EIolden and Kirk that
there was no legal evidence of any
kind a'gainst Mlr. Turner, editor of
the Sentindl, and his discharge was
,In the eases of a number of others
time was asked to prod'.ce the evi
dence, but was refused in the case or
Adolphus 0. Moore and ethers, who
were delivered to Chief Justi-e Pear
son in Rtaleigh in obedience to -prior
writs issued by the Chief Justice.
A rule was moved for, avnd granted
by, his Honor against K~irk to show
cause why he should not be attached
for contempt The rule was made
returnable at Ealeigh on next Tuesday.
A motion was also made for an
attachment against Kirk that he
might he proper-ly punished for the
cruel antd inihutnan treatment of some
of hIs prisoners. Also a tmotion for
a bench warrant to arrest Kirk and
place him under articles to keep the
peace towards all the good people of
the State. ils Hlonor took until
Tuesday to considor these motions,
Judge Brooke's bearing in the ease
athd his.oonduct upon the bench eo
ited general comendations:-.-Special
to the Rtec&,o,f Dispatch.
The New York Herald, of Fr':ay
the .bth inst. says. The anoit Iorri.
i. .domestio tragedy that we have
r oordp M.~4en inf6ehlr4e6tiful
red 56a r 4y la Wooklyn. A qsn
named eoyett thr.w ar * sehees
kbife at hisswifer andy,mIwnjherI
~ef d 4er hetarbe d theStt lI46w
tas o enat ashe d iti O ared
h Mmy fte' Ihno
Naw YonK, August 16th, 1868.
Allow me to call your attention to my
Preparation of Compound Extract
The component parts, are BUCIIU, LONG
LEAF, CUBEI3S, JUNIPER tERRItIES.
Mons or Pnvt'.laATIo.--Buchu, in vn.
ouo. .Juniper Berries, by distillation, to
form a fine gin. Unbebs extracted by dii
placement with spirits obtained from Juni
per Berries; very little sugar is used, and
a small proportion of spirit. It is more
palatablo than any now in uso.
Auohu, as prepared by 1)ruggists, is of a
dark color. It is a plant flint emit it',
fragrance ; the Action of a fame destroys
this (its active prinoiple), leaving a dark
and glutinous deooction. Mine is the color
of ingredients. The Iluchut in my prepara.
tion predominates; the smallest quantity of
the other ingredients are added, to prevet,t
fermentation , upon inrpection, it will be
found not to be a Tincture, as made in
Pharmacopcea, nor is it a Syrup-and
therefore can be used in cnses where fever
or inflammation exist. In this, you hnve
the knowledge of the ingrodiente and .he
mode of preparation.
Hoping that you will favor it with a tri.
al, and that upon inspection it will mest
with your approbation,
With a feuling of confl lenoo.
I am, very respectfully,
I. T. IIELMIBOLD,
Chemist and Druggist,
of 16 Years' Experience.
[From the Largest Manufaoturing Ohem
lsts in the World.]
NovaMnan, 4, 1864.
"I am acquainted with Mr. Ii. T. lls..
Dot.U - he occupied the Drug Store opposite
my residence, and was successful in osn
duoting the business whero others had not
been equally so before him. I have been
favorably impressed with his charcter and
WILI.IA \i WEIGIITMAN,
Firm of Powers & A eightman,
Ninth and Brown streets, Philadelphia.
Heimbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
Is the great specific for Universal Lassitude,
The constitutlion, once affected with Or
ganio Weakness, requires the aid of Medi
eine to strengthen and invigorate the sys
tem, which IIELMB3OLD'S EXTRACT BU
CiIU invariably does. If no treatment is
subumitted to, Conasur.tion or insanity e,l
H[elmbold's Fluid Extract of Bu
In affeetions peculiar to Females' i. sin
equalled biy any othIer pre*parastion, as in
Chiorosis, or Itoti ntion, P'ainfutllness, or
Suppresuion of Cusstomnary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus State of theo Uterus,
and ali complalinte incl(dent to the sex, or
te decline or chanage of life.
Hichmbold's Fluid Extract .Bucho and
Improved Rose Wash
Will radically exterminte from the system
diseases arhM&ng from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, little or no change in diet,
no inconvenieneo or exposure : completely
susperceding those unspleasant and danger
e s remedies, Copasiva and Mercury, in all
Use Ilelmibold's Fluid Extract Eu
Tn alt diseases of these organs, whether
existing in male or female, from whatever
cause originating, and no matter of htow
long standing. It is pleasant, in taste and
odor, "immredlate'' in action, andi more
strentgthenaing than any of thet preparations
of Dark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken-dow nor
delicate const.itutionu, procure the remedy
The reader snuet be aware that, however
aliglt may be the attack of the above dim
eases, It is certain to affeet the bodily health
mnd mental powers.
All the above diseases require the aid of
a Diuretic. II E LMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BU
CHiU is the great DissVatio,
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Paiou
$1.26 per bot tle, or 6 bottles for $0.60.
Delivered to any address. Desoribe symp.
tonas in all communications.
H. T. IIELXBOLD,
Drug andi Chenmical Warehoss
694 J3roadway, New York.
N~tone are NenuIne
Unless doe u'9AuuAest~ed ftpper,
p'W*f ,simile of my 'emical Warhoge)
GREAT G-RMAN BITTERS,
---T Il E
PUREST MEDICAL CORDIAL
Anti bilious, and
IPPIMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BITIERt
. is prepared from the orginal German
receipt now in the possession of (ho 1 ro.
prietnrs, and is the same preparatio.a that
was used in Germany upwards of a century
ago; and to day it is the househould reme
dy of German,y, recommended by its most
G1tEAT GEtIAM BITTERS
Is composed of the purest alcoholic es.
sence of Germany's favorite beverage, im
prognated with the juices and extracts of
rare ho' bs, roots and barks ; all of which
combined make it one of the best and surest
preparations for the cure of
Dyspcpsia, Loss of Tone In the Stomach
and Digestive Organs, Nervous De
bility, Laigour, Clonstipatlon,
Liver Complaint, General
-AND AS A
Preventive for Chills and Fever
-A ND --
Malarious Diseases Generally.
Will find LIPPIAN'S GREAT GERMAN
DIrTER'S the best tonic known for the dis
eases to which they are generally subject,
and where a gentle remedy is recommend.
SAVANNAH, March 16, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savannah,
Gents-I have before me your esteemed
letter of the 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "German Bit.
ters." After a ca:eful examination I must
confess that your Bitters is really what
you represent them to be, an old (erman
reoipo; of )r. Mitcherlich. of Berlin. Prus
sia It will no doubt he excelleut for dys.
prpsia, general debility and nervous discns.
es, and is a good preventative of chills and
fever. I find it to be a most delightful and
I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) Avo. P WwrKrnt.
KinKI.AMN MILLs, GA. March 22, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro, Druggists
Savannah, Ga :
Gentlemen--I have introduced your Great
German Bitters here to my customers and
friends, and find better sale for it than any
I have o%er kept before. Ihose who have
tried it approve of it very highly, and I do
not hesitate in saying that it is far superior
in value to any other Bitters now in use.
(Signed) W. KuniLAND.
Depot in Wiunsboro,
LA D) BROS.
Wholesale Agents for South Carolina.
10W 1l, 1O81- & I)AV 8i,
H ENRY BISCiOFF & CO.
CLASSIUB & WITT'E,
STF FEll8. WERNER& DUCKER,
may 31-0m Charleston, 8. C.
IN E9UITY, FAIRFIIELD 1870)
8. B. Clowney. Receiver, vs. Thos. J. 11ob
ertson, et. als., Creditors or the Plant er's
Blank of Fairfild-Dill for Injunction
0Nhearig the pleadings in the aboveo
isaed oas, it is ordlered:
1st Tlhat all creditors of ithe said Bank
ba etnjoined from bringing or further prose.
cut ing actions against the said Bank or its
24. That all persons having claims
aga'nrt te said Bank, including Bank note
hoild rs, be required to present and prove
their claims on or betore the 22d day of
Decmber, A. D.. 1870.
8(1. That the leeceiver, by counting and
sealing in packages, or by registering
m"otiuts, letters and numbers, cauise the
B-tnk notes that may be piresented to be
4th. That the Receiver proceed forthwith
t o col:ect the assets of the Bank, by suit
where advisab.e: and that for that. purpose
lie is authorized to employ proper ater
5tha. That the Receiver be authot-ised to
sell at public anetion for cash, all the peor
sonail property (other than those in action)
belonging t o said Bank at euch lime and
place ats he may deem advantageous, giving
such publio notice by ptblic adre,-tisemnent
as is required by law for administrator's
6th. That the Receiver be authorized to
sell at such place and suich time after the
1st ofJanuary, A. D. 1871, as he may deem
espedient all the choses In action that he
may by that. time have ascertained to be
doubtful or worthless, said sale to be in
pursoanee of the Act of the General As.]
sembly approvpd C14th lof January, A. D.
18701, ent,t led "An Act to authorfzea adlmin,
Istrator's execultr's and other fiduclares to
sell evidences of indebtedness.
7th. That at such time as tlie Receiver
may designate, after the 1st of Jaauary, A.
D 1871, lie may declare and pay out divi
dendIs upon such elatins as may have been
duly established from~ the act, proceeds of
of sales and collections ir his hands after
payment of expenses and retaining to him
self five per centtum on all money's receiv
ed and two and one half per oen im on all
money's disbutsptil by hiun
8th. That. tii ordter be publishdZf cfee a
month in the Fairfield IIerald (luring (lie
Present .year, and one time in the Colpas lia
(juardigo and one-time in the Charleston
Re'publican.. J. Md. RUTLA
A FiF&S 8UkPLY
r'uit kn4 Confe9tlode
A Ln untu r=l
DYSPEPSIA & INDIGES TIION
PREV SCllILS&FEVERl N APETIE
- CREIATE -
SOL EVERYWHER. s
I E.MOISE & \
a wHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
For sale in W1innsh,ro, S. C., by
KETCIIN, 1IMc.AS'EK & 1IICF:,
and LADD 1IWO. mnr 17--Onm
P. P. TOALE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
&" Largost and most. comipleto) q
(ry" Mantuactory of Doors, Sub- i -Mg
SEW- es, lit.i, Miouldiings, &. g
SE- I in the Southern "tates. J " tss1g
Printed Price List Defies Competitioii.
A W SEND FO: ONE. .iu
12Y Sent free on application -g
Fever and Ague
Always Stops the Chills.
This Modioino has been boforo the Pub
lio fifteen years, and is still ahead of all
)thor known remedies. It does not purge,
loes nom sicken the stomach, is perfectly
safe in any doso and under all ciroum
%tances, and is tho only Medicino that will
and permanently every form of Fever
md Aguo, becauso it is a perfoot Anti
Ioto to lIalaria.
old by all Druggists.
OTTON GINS, &c., &c.
Gullett's Patent Steel Birush
l'"IIS Ci'''a'''' to n b" QCtIt "t -i)
in overy U itrct tin thbe State. Pico,
503 per saw. Brown's Georgia Pat tern Cot
on Clin. Priec, $4 per 3atw. Ilail's Pat..
i Cotton Ojin Peedlers --.revetin lg atny
ard stubstance enitering the Gin, protectinog
heo saws from Injuring and the lint from
ire. Pr ice, $l.50 per Saw to size of Gin.
)eering's Cot tont Press-Price $2!75. Pea..
ody' Cotton Seedi llinler.s-Prico $75,
lutchtinson's ('ijer Mills--Prico $25. Ca.
toon's Patent Broadcua't Seed-Sower~s, for
rhteat and small grain-Price $10. Andl
til kinds of agricnutral implemenut' for
aile low. C. ORAVELEY,
52 East Bay-st., South Old Post Office
aug Il-8rn Charlestoni, 8. (I.
PALL AND WINTER IMPORTATION,
M[illinery and Str'aw Goods,
ARMSTONG, CATOR & CO.
SIPoilTRRs aND) JoliBtOns 0?
Bonnet, Trituming & Velvet Ribbons,
BONNET SILKS, SATIA'S AND VELIETS,
31ends, Netts, Crapes, Ruohes, Flowers,
Feathers, Ornaments, 8traw Bonnets,
and Ladies' Hlats, trimmed and un
tal-immed Shaker lioods, &o.
237 and 230 1 BAJA'IORR STIRE,
Offer thel largest Stock to be found in this
3Onntry, and unequarlled in choIce variety
indl cheapness, comp)~rising t he latest Pari
Orders solicited, and promupt attention
TOCK of a previous purchase Is offered
'at One hlalf of Original Cost In order
o'rdalte robt, fot' Pall dIoodls. Call at ontce,
~or now is the time.
SEOURE A BARGA IN.
One In, which yotlwill realise the value
f yout.mney. 8. WOLFE,
July 14 Agenit.
I am .prepared .at any .
shpps to jp all .kind-9 .ft
ged anbr ood work.I ~j
hs ae66tgleeal a tqlp
The,"CA ROL 1A:1 FE1TI.IZ/RlI," is wm
and is pronounced by variots chemists, one of
Peruvian Guanoin its Fertilizing Propert ies.
mt lail and sea anin ala, and posses' q.utlit
at. We annex the analysis of Pirofe ssor Shel
"L 1BOlATOltY OF 'Il1 E \l EIl
Analysis of a sample of Carolina F ertilzer,
Moisture expelled at. 2) 24 F,
Organic Maiter, with some water of ocmlbinat
Photsporio Acid-Soluble, 69ti Ei
lusoluble, 6.17 E
Sulphurio Ac'd, 11.01 Equi
Sulphate of Potash,
Stphate of Soda,
On the slrengths of these results I am glad
We n%ill furnish this excellent IllT'J/IZA
Rp 0 ADALIS
f It l iE f'.\' I ~M L it ItA N ~111;.\~.l~t
lt l',s''It)R IL. purifies the blood
and cures Scrfufula, Syphilis, Skin Dis.
eases, ltheumatisn, I)iseasers of Wo
taten. and all Chionic Atl'ections of the
1)lood, Liver and lidneys. Itecon
mended by Iho .\ledical Faculty and
many thousands of our best citizens.
tt,ead the testilnony of 'tysicians and
patients who have ued Ilosadalts; send
S 'or our IUsadalis Guido to lienlt Ih Book
or Aumaa for this year, wshich we
publish for gratuitous distribution ; it
will give you in ich valuablo informa
Dr. It. W. Carr, of ialtituore, aie
I take pleasure in r. contmnending your
Rtosadalis its a very powerf'ul alterative.
I have seen it used in Iwo ca-es with
happy rslte-one in a case of recond
ary syphilis, in whicht thie patient. pro.
nouticed himself cured after having
taken five bottles of your medioine.
T'he other i- a ease of scrofula of long
sltanding, which is rapidly inpioving
under its use, and the indications are
that the patient will soon recover. I
have carefully examitel the fairmula
*y which your lIosadalis is made, and
'Ind it tnd excellent compound of alter
Dr. Sparks, of Nicholasville, Ky,
says hie heas used lRosadalis ini cases of
Scrofuin and decondaiiry Sy.phtilis wvith
sia ticory result s---ts a cleanser of
hei Elcood I k nowi no btter remiedy.
L nuttel GI. MlcFaddeni, M\urfreesb,oro,'
I hiiie used seven bottles of Rosadael.
is. anti am eat i rely cuired of liheua t
tii ; send mae fouir hottles, as I wvish it
for mny bro,her, iiho has scrofuhous sore
I lle'tjnjain llechatyI, or Limn, Oh io,
writes, I havo suaifered for~ iventy years
withI ini iniVel tate ert*i ion toer miy
w hole body; a shoritt tino since [ pur
chatsed a botile of Rtosadalis and it, ef
fecI ted ai pei ftet cure.
Ro.sa~daisi- is 9)1hl by all diruggists.
S Liaboratory, til Exchlange Plauce, Bal
iamori. Dius. CLEI', fN & CO.
may 10-1y Propr itora.
HI ies ptanis.
Will receive this week a fine stock of
Shoes and Clothing. Our Prices, as tier.
toforec, will be kept even with the very low.
est,- L ADD BR1OS. & CO.
Drugs I Drugs I Drugs I
Ifaving recently refitted our Drug Store
and received a chttice assortment of Diragi,
Medicinaes, Paints, (ills, Dye Stuffs, 14r*
fum;ery atal Fatney Article*s, we can prl
offer one of tho best Stocks kept. In a t at
class l)rug Store, In the up-cotantry.
P'rescriptionts caretfully comnp3nnded by
an experiemncod D)ruagst.
.une 18 ____ LADD) BRiOS.
Fertilizers! Fertilizers I
JJAVOs:oed the Agoae, for Fair
nel Contyforthefollowing Fertili.
Soldble Pacific Ounano,
Ilaugh's Rlaw Bono Suaper-Phosphate,
M~arylandi A mmoniated,
Cornpound Acidi Phiosphlato of LIrno, for
compostingt wiha cotton seed;
And -2'ell's Ammoniated B3one Super.
I am now prepared to supply may friends
with atyof the abete as low as the same
can be purchaserd . In any other miar
ket,with Fro.igl1 and Drayage added. Call
afm tor9'Aa get circuar descriptive of
de from tho Phosphatcs of South Carolina
the best Mianares known, only interior to
These Phosphates are the remains of ex
ies of the greatest value to the agricultur
'AL COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
ion expelled at a low red heat, 1 G6.50
iivnle it to 11.27 Folnbl Phosphate of Lttuo
ivalent to 13 '8 lnolublo (b .ue).
2-1.75 Phosphate of Lime,
valent to 23.65 Sulphate of Limo.
to certify to the superiority of iho Caroli.
C. U. SI1EPAltU, Jr.
R to Planters and others at $60( per ton of
Oo. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
COTTON AND ]LAY PRESS.
Challenge Open to the World !
NH1 people desire to know the best and
1 most practical COTTON AND 1IAY
P1I'ES. lieileg the Inventor and Proprie.
or ft' the atove improved and receni ty pai.
nuted Iland Power Cuttn and l[ay Pres. I
propse t to the rt'pre.,en0tatives of Plres4es
brtughout the country, to have a publio,
tontest in packing cotton at Colutbin. dlur.
ine Fair week of the Agrieulitural andl Me.
ahanuicnl Association of Sout i Carolina.
A; I do not. propose to gain anything by
lie contest, except pretigt and to bring
,ny Press generally to the notice of thu
public, my proposition is, that each comnpe.
Ito t-bseribe $50 as an entratnce fee,
which shall cotst itute a fund, tU no eqltatitly
hivid~!, a4 a conetrihutiou, het weent the
l.tdies' dustrial in .\i Moninn ent al A so.
iationts of S.uth C:arolin, 'The cintest,
o take liace ill puhliu, on the I ;ir Gr3,nm,ia,
nd'l open to all C1ases of 'resses, wiihethe
>ropeiled by hand, horse. Steam, ot any
,tIher power, n;d to he decided by a cunm.
nittee, selected by br cotestants Ilhem
ieives, which ommunitter s!atll aake ;tlo
onsidleration the style nil manner in which
he cotton iv put up, and t he actual per
;eunt ot time, laher and power rtyuired
.o do it, the chief object being to ncwertain
he most1( simeple., econlomiiI, idurinbl and
racti'rablc Press for general use. Not loss
tlitn t hree hales, of 600) O1 poums each,
>roneght to aI c01 opss ot I wenlty cubiic feet,
' il tbe consiideredl a fatir teSt. Perisonsi
uleninig to cnter the contet, will giro
heir1 r.nmries, esthler in peirsot or by letter,
o Co.l J. P'. Thousi, of Coilnliai, S C.,
r'ho will 01nn1onne the osame11 pubhlicly in the
lIn meakineg imy hIow to th1 etublic, a1s the
epresentat ive of ia new invenot i'n, I dIo not
oine with a loneg list of cori ilicates from
>thers, and1( most extravageant a<se4rtiones of
n,' own as to the power andi efficacy of may
?riess, bitt nm perfectly contenmt to throw it
mtit'ely nipon its own merits, trutsiing to
lie .inidgmienlt of at scruetin'tvig unid dis.
iinati111ing p)ublic to award to it t hat
timounltiof faivor anhd paeriinage to which
nerit alone justly entitles it.
lIn the sales of my Presses, I have adopt.
dl tile "No Ceire, No Pity System "' Every
'ress will he' warranited to give Siltisfatton,
>r no sale.
t'r'ice, delivered all comaplete Oil the cars,
~16(0. For any furlther1 in formation, ad.
ress A%ir. .1. A. J. DEitI[CK, Agent and
tlanutfacturer, at Columabia, 8. U., or thle
nlb.eer'iher, at Mlonticello, 8. C.
july 23-3m J. K DAVIS.
If .3oi want Goods given to you, go
o Davidson & Co.
J UST received direct from the best facto.
rieot of New York anid Boston, consist.
ng of' flne Rosewood anrd Chiesnut sulits,
Io'elplete Malhoganey and Walotit Ihureaus,
lofas, D)ivans, Parlor Chairs. Stands, &o.,
led Steads anti Chairs of fifteen (different
rades, each, Wilrdrober. Salo.on Tabeles andi
verythihag usunlly kept in the Furniture
h:ec. wheich we pr'opese to sell -as ea~ep as
'an be bought, antywhere ie the State. Call
mde see. JOH!N McINTYRE. & C..
Livry and Sale~
A. Fu GOOID I NGQ,
iEAltLY opposite the passenger depot,
LAecall froim his frien.de and thep pubUo
eenlly is carnoestly solicited.
Calriages. lHuggies, Wagons, and Saddcle
Florses always on hand, to hilro on the mos6
ibra err may 20
TpI1E firm of Gooding, Stuart ,& Co., IM
J.this diay dlissolved by mtutal consent.
We recometnd to thle publio Mr. 0. A.
WYhite, who hae rented 'otur Dakery and wIll
A. F. GOODTNG,
~. B. 8T UA RT
July 20, 1870. DUE
The undersigned has ebargo of the Dooks
bmi Adountg, aind 1wil oloso up the baisj,
eset of the firm, "-A. F'. (OODING.