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Working of the Federitl Election IMlchine
Ini New York cit y tilt- Uitd Statt.
atuthoritics onil iaaa placeduid
arrest Athioniy larlima., at democratl
juistice of the Ioirthi distric., oi th,
charge of' obstrcting the cunreslyia
electiont law. lIl was t ik eforu
United States commisownr and bonm
over. Judg Vuodrul of' the Unite(
States Court, has appointed aliotil. tlr
himdlred chllengiers to atelnd tie pol
&c., in accordance with (lit act of Con
greis. A N!%w York leittr says :
If the policianUiI 14) do not moderat
their tone now and electi.i dav, tihe,
ill probably succeed it stirrint p i)
very ugly feVelby , wi jch Irmy resv u iti
riot and disorder. There seems to b
a stroig prejIdico ngainst it he fedirn
tinachiiiery, which Is i 1.he pit iii ioli
for the first iime in a l it eite( iPn, a
it will ho VerV iforuiite if 11hat prj.14
dico should bo ili eisified either by 0
appiiitmilnt of oiiif doub tfil it'orv
character 4s iinspectorsl o l-ci iiuis, I
by the intem perate.ppels of Ihe othr
aide. It will r qilire Iiie undilivi.lt.(l I.
forts of good muen of both ad all partit
to negitivo tle Iishbiov'ons e leii
now rt work. Pursuatit, to Mayp
Hall's proclamation, there was iio rej
istration in any of the districts on WV(t
nesday, but a brisk bi.sown was d'lj
yesterday inl the variousi distrieis. 'Ph
jintural'zation bu-11reaii is l sesio.nil I
Tainmniy flaht,btt tnmelr (if I
plicants hor the privil,.g of' eit
zenship is qu(ite sliall com11pared wii
former years. A like fal;ing off in bi
nods ib noticeable in tie coirli."
Inlormat ion received froml on W aslhin
ton shows that Rome nore m4arines ia
been ordered to New York. Oie I
drod 54141 otonal marin-4 iow stition
in Philadelphin are tiider orders to pi
coed to that, city a.4.
Tthe Governor wasv waitedl upon I
several (of 4u ciri'-n., yewrday, m
the conmatin'iI of affairs1 se1 5riouly di
cussed. lie expresse'd his (ariest, d
sire to preserve the petce, and proitba
to do till ill Iii-i power to iecomp1li
that el. Th col: red gaiard ill euivr
of the Sin it. a s ills hias ee4 n remo1 ve'
nnd the care of themi turniied ovu r to I
t;tel 6)i'ales soldi4ers. 1. 2hg at
paradinig of coloredl omp:ss, at
late hotir of the night, ha. .' , betn pr
bibited. The correspondelent of ti
Chirleston New referj ais follows
4'L ast night iin receipt of I he nte
from tihe dist urbanlve in L:..uretl, I
Iegro CompaIllnies of t his eily-or sou
of them-iirned wit, i4nd1 posted s11
11l4 ab1)uut the Smie Itisp. TheIe t
Governor had not ambhorized4 ; 11
soo as lie learied it, i14i'ld f-I4ietrs4 I
1heml to diazperso. I llive certiin i
for'nizition that the r v erior has i , .
all order lothid'ling all parading (wit
out direct, oroers rom1 him) i t
streets, aid Iiii ordi the arred
anly or Ihies. !m1lltla inil whio shalt :
Pear nit n:niori ''pon the stretts
Columbia. LIast night, at the Ii
(bniniig of Mr. liavis' house) somle
the colored militia were seen to hIold I
cartridges, saying lIat, they (the en
tidges) 'wer the best petce-m aker
This was rehited to (overior Scot, I
received his utipialified coitinat ion
We are inmformed that the Cit p apii
of' the( dliffen-n1t. nlitia comi~panhi4.s int ti
.lbstrict. were1 srivedi w-ith alt order fre
Ithe Goverinor, yesi~ trday, requtir'ii
tihein to ret tir nilii armts issue4d i4, theo
This is a m~ove in the' r.-ht dire01i.
CxcitemeintI. Ii i presitmted Ih ord4.4
hais bteen e'xtende4 id throuighiout11he Stal
NOT F'oJnn I WAT-rO.-We :aimi
to those Le r1i~ghtI 4pirited1 colo0r,'d mt
whto so m1 o1fuilly stood by thle Re-for
pa rty' at th ei444lecition oin the ItOi
Tlhiey liatve donio so kntowintg the cn
qu14eces--a4lii mitiler the dam ining curs
and tmalledict ions of' the gre~at mass
their o4wn racet Their conduct.
bieak ing oil friom the radic41al rni
whvlereby I the rep4.ile. were pbmdttl'
roblbedand it1h1nioist begga red, ani m
Iting t heiri fortunest~' ith those44 fighiti
unider t he baniner of piece, hionest v' a
and( ref'ormt, is worthy ~ of all 04 tomn1en
tiotn, and( entIi des t hem to I th ev erta:
intg gra .titde and14 respect o' every r4
pectabl man ttt iln the( contit~un it y. A
the witei. people m ust ati.d will iIutr
themt att all times----do t hem every' f-uv
you possibly catn-ttand bv t hem
stickntess 4441nd io lilhenhh--andiumb-r i
circumnstances be4 thijer statmehc~ frien
and fitt p'rotector.
We wishu to puibbish the namite
every colored Reformegor in thle couni
(40 that the people may'. know''. them, i
for thtis putrpo~se re'spieetfubiv reqim
that their tnames0 ba senit us from eve
precinct. Ilope this mitatter w..ill be
tenaded to wvithot de(lavl.
Tum (1Lov '..H.AeKS' I Nst'I.rI
--The Simton pnr Africianis of Geoir
comphun:ii that when one (4 of th4( color,
brethren is ielected for oflico lbe It
more whiite than hine-k bloodl in I
veins, which isn't ia~r towarids the geni
mie ne4gro. VThe wire piillers gi ve
(44 exculo that the whvlite Radicals' won0
vote for the siimon-pure neigro, atnd hen
the niform resort 4to thu mixed( artic
whenll it is uised att all. '1 The leeling
the State Capital ait Georgia is ti
.I yout must nom)inaito colored 111
for Cotngresa, take thlemi so4 ligiht th
yont can t otstmngiht thenm frm a (darl
skitmned whIi lo mani whe'ln lie bhud'.s it
closed and thte ctrltains drrawn I F.
party's satko don't sen~j any regal
blacks htere. We cannlot abid.' thier
Th'ley like to talk about "'no dtistinctl
on accounti of color"-buit it is nll gii
Th'kis is Ihle story, in brief, of the4 gras
mula Ito Cong rcssi'onal race in ("'org:
in 1870. So far iromi beiing a' coniee
sion to tihe negroes, those nlom~inatjit
ritly considered, are an insult to ti
negro. Theliy proscribe the g iuine 11
Thc Protestant Cow.
P"dy M.Iurphiy and his wilf Bridget,
afHet m yli yeart of hard labor in eitch-'
ring and washling,',had accumulated a buf.
:l'iiecy to purchase a Cow, (,f course
it'ey htg l ,) Vwhich they diJ at tle
I irst opiportijun v. As it was bought of
I 'i Pie ,t;1it niuglhbor, Pat stoppied oi
I is way leio it the loise of the priest
to p rouitr, a bi of htily water wit h
% whch to exoreise the fails faith out
"Isn't she a foine creature ?" nsked Pat
of tih admirimig 'idg dt "Just twld
her till I fix the slhed."
To sa ve thie preciois fluid from harm
i he took it into the houso nud set it uip
i a cupboard until he i I fixed things.
Tihein lie returned and brou';it the bottle
I back, antd whili Bridget, was holding
the rope, p rocieeded to pour it upon her
- But pooir Pat had&I made a slight mis.
e take. Stanodiig wi thini the saie clroset
was ;a botin of aguafortis, that had
r been procaire d for a dillreti t purposo,
r- and, as it iropped po1111 ihi back 0f tho
-poor cow, and thn hair began to smoke
m ind thim ih,-ih to burn, sh, exhibited
s decided appearancei of restlosslness
r "PIur on more, PRdly,'" shou d
- Bridget, as she tugged smartly at the
e "I'll givo her enough," quoth Pit
v and he empiied le botile.
Li Tp weit the heels of tle cow, down
- went her hoad, over went. Bridget aid
-i ad a half doz-in "chilhri," aind taway
b1 daished the inif iated boviine down th';,
i. street, to i ti error of all nmuthers und
tilt dtelight of tle dogs.
. Poor Pat stood for it moment, breath
I ls with nstonishment, and then chip
,I pin" his hands :pon his hips, looked
*d -'rrP'vrfilly afler the retreati:,r cow and
"De jabin-r ,la ligt,u isn't thw
P rotesoi it si ong In Ii-r--the iste ?"
d PAY TAiAT DAIn.-i ii a silil one
to lie suire, an] apparently not worthv
e- if a ser11ou2's4 tholuglIt. Why tle't ifop
d pay it.? \V liv i. c0ompelled to s'ifl'r iIt
il nitrnii i ll of a dun 7 Wh v not
iake ihat li Ii thorn out of youir iger
I, t oicei ? IL will feter if ailPwod to
le remiain, an1d cause fenltme thel trolef.
L(i Wiy not re*lie-vIe t.e cotnCiiee of hat
SiLoad ? You contralcled iti debt. kino -
o ing'y and withoy. Did yoi meani t.,
ie 'aV it ? C(ertiinly Yoi did. hnit
to n ny nut pay it iln:: ? 1very da'
dela3y inrva--, -mirllyv thle aitmit, 'of
V.s obligationl. Roimemb1110r too, 1ha41 v6oor11
w lith'- d-bt, ;11ind a 1it or u i's 1litle ' tit
Ve :1111l i tltriialdlP otter lin's deb1 mI l ike
i a htti eoriine for you ri en-di or, for thv
tv iable him to pay his hg--r ud4-his. or
R0 fedt h .s workilai nl k .p hi- ahIl ines'
pr I-agoingv ml timells hk11h(-- D ,nl't, vonl
n. see iiow it is ? You d, \\ -ell, ti-,,
qj remlit (lhe aImount you1 are- due thet
b Ne m' it rialt OPlien at one", that
.the glin: of that debt may not haunt
of y io m dreams
if KNoT-.-A short. time Since a Mr
re Knot was tried in an in:erior couitt
(Pr of Georgia fur a viahtiun of law.
iThe verdiet of the jury was: igWe
r- Gold tihe defeldait Kiut guiity." TheIa
Judige w as nt a loss wimther to sen
tence'' Knot or Knot to sen ence, 11.
toouk nime to coider.-Lyncurg Vir
imiwethh, of th te celbrated dil
between Di. Sho't andt Col. Knot. in
wh.iuch Sht81 ht oadK ~tso
i ot t ;or in other words Shot was
shit and Knott was not. No, we ar'
Kn.ot, yt, Knott wiSallsot and Shott,
INtAN-I[UNTiNO..-Thep IT. S. gOV
lvhunit of za vecry nove character. 'IThe
"I hituit is not, to ibe upon11 the1 WeT(sterni
" l'lains for lpurpos5es of slaughter, bult
h-. thlrough the anicienft hiauns oIf Man-I
'e- to~ntmtahi, of Phtitthp find of Canionchiei,
es in New iCngland, for purposes of tbe
.Of nelenice. T1here fire ai few remntanits
" of trries siill scattered through tiihat
Scounit ry, andh it is tindorstood that, the
,' golverinlenlt, witti tliill have hem thnd uip
-1 anid taikoe care' of them1). Nobody wil
if het miore' sulrpriied ait snehi anl aiCt of
jus JieeiC to the' ldfins Oin the part of the
* governmiient thain the Inidiants thiem~selves
w ho have' little refasotl, indeed, to Suit
Spoit that the whiite man11 knows wh'at
(or A N AuK A NSAS "[20AooL."-A A r.
in kansas "'locL,"~ becommog mleansedL ait
Ill somet remiarks oif a brother' qulil-driver
dla ini the sameO townl coticerning his per.
sonial aipre-l rance, hauiiches tho follow ing
of tulb-fnui of A rkanian editorial lightning
'y rat his confrere's head :
itd "Thel volcaniiek, pimple headed, blister.
si braint'd, owl- fa~edi, spiked no0se, weasel.
ry fna'ed, web foot ed, pig le'gged, liliput ian
t- foggy pettifogger of' the BPugle.
liorn ol liberty doe nlot. hiko our por
sonlh i1 appearne. Unitil tis foul
n-. mo *e, hbrue debraser has been ruit
in thiroughi a siove, ia fimer, scon red, scrmib.
-d bed, swvabbed, sponiged and disinf'ected!,
t untit he is IL it obj,-et to C et dect'tO
iS society, w.o w..ill forbear tiav ing anyvthing
ni to say about htimi."
tIt hias beenCl mentioned, on the au
ee thority. of a hotter fromi Blin, thait
IL Kru ipp's mlo'lter gun, whiich was .o
l"t wo'ndeed at ini the Paris Exhibition of
15 ib7, hna been se'nt to the army before
Paris 1o taike part in thie siege. This
") gnun made of solid steel, is nominaliv a I,
at 000 p)oiunde'r, hut is conistruceted to'fire a
shot, we'ighiing 12 I2 pounds or at shellt of
re 1080) pounids. Its calibre is 141 inches,
>r amid it is 1 7 feet long. It has a forged
tr innder tube', strenigthened with thrfee
n-' tapers of rings over the powder chaember
nO ad~r two lavout over thte muizzio port ion.
s- 'i'he cost of the p iece was ?15,750. It
iis a brteech-loa der.
a- Inasmuchbas Spai fldds it very
5, tlillienlk to dispose of bor #r9wi $ath
itt usual way, we wQuld suggoath4 ali
e- offer it as the' sialest prize t tho!
Roys! Rapa a t.. .
New Advertisements. I
J.& P. COATS'
It NuW T1i1
Thread put up for the Atmericat market
SIX CORD IN Al,!, NUMlBAEaS,
From Io. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
For Hand and Machine.:
!THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY,
8OUTHl P'~l~ u,1.
An litautMrial a nd l'ulyt tn i ii nat uot
FOUNDED B noN. A-4A iAtiw Kit.
The cotrse is of Four Yeta, two it the
Fiarst nrill ccoomi 'ins, mid two inl ore (if,
t(he following Ttchmnical . -h'ii: 1, ,,,rir.
aal liieraltre ; 2, Cri PRia e,-io,; , . I -
cha ncal lngineering ; .4, .Voiing ui/ .tletl..
luriy ; 6, Anaalypliael Che-misy.
The place i., remar kalale fort its nure air,
good water, health and bea ly of hcen3ery.
It is but 3 1-4 hours by rail fromi New York
anid 2 1-2 frot lPtiladelplhi a The line
baildings and lileral arr.nage met.4 for itn
struttotiona coimtiend it to p irentis antd st-it
dents. Apply ti the Preident.. . detts
admitted at any Lime.
Sowing Machines.-Agelita Wanted -
Siblary $.0,001) pekr Year1. Ciren...r and
stamtt1ples of wvork free. Addriss Chrystal
Sewiig .\neiine Co , Bot, alass.
- A) Y 1O1 ALL.--tened Tool
S1 () samnplie mnili free. A. J. Fill.
111um1, 645 Broad way, N. Y.
ROYAL HAVANA 110T1'11Y.
l'rizes cash d i i i Infornmat io) firn is;.ed
by LEO1E. UPilA MI, Providence. I. I.
50 CENTS TO $5 PER EVENING AT 1i01l1
We tare prepinred to furnishli Iroli baldo
em ployment to Mit anl d ,,mi,- at tehi
ioncs. Otto iit-in it eACh locality
aitroightouat the l'nlit. a 8ttate, man et ggI.
in this bumtess at great wages. Wo stn-a.i,
free, full part it niers nad1i a valuable Panple,
which will do oii cim mnltcliee work otn. A ny
person seoing this notice, who wiant pro
iltable, pernment work, should send us
their address, iit htr delty.
E. C. Al.i.IlN & CO, Agusnta, Mtino.
AVOID QU.\Cls..-A viji, etl early inl
discretion, causing nervotas i ebli it y. pre
Fatira decay, &o.. havitng tried in vain
every advertiscil remedy. has a simple
utaanenn of sielf-ctutre, itich Ie Ivill -tend
free to his fellh asiffrers. Address J. Il.
Tuttle, 78 Nassat P;., New York. oct 1)
111iE il-|CAI i .l h e I lE.-gj 11
Il Tit1It, putritis the blol
and cures Sertufula. syi lhilit, Mkiin Dis.
a1iases, Itt a, rat liztml, DIt.nasesl of WI
iton, andl.d ICti ntic A areea ion.i of tit.
;loo1, I.iver andtl K idne yn. Re-com
Ieloed by tlho Medienia IJenitcty Iatd
many thotands of cur b-st cit joos.
ll] heeimony of Physicinn" nlI
patienits who have :sed Rato.tae, ,,rm1
f'or our lHossiillis Guide to flenh ht Book
or Almann for this yar, which we
Spublish for graltuitous dint ribot ion ; it
will give yua t tch valuable inaforia.
Dr. It. W. Carr, or Bhlliore, sa n
I lake plenatreir. r Cnmmentta'Fding your
. h v paswcsl full alt eraivae.
, I have seen at 1t't4t in two catas wii
happy restilts-one in a cise or second
nry syphilis, in vIicl a lie patient piro.
nounced hiiself enrIed after lhing
taken five bulles of your ntdicieo...
D 'The other l4 a ctase, of scroitfala of lon
statnaitig, which is raptielly intpa oaiag
undtaer its tuse, ttad the imtilicat ~ns arei
haiu the pratienat will soon recoaver'.I
1have caareflly exiamti-ed the formula
ha y wichl yourt Rosadalis is madte, atnd
' inal it ian ad Ceelteit comtpouand or alter
Dr. Spartks, oft Nichotlasviie, 1(y,
'ays lhe baas nased lionilaalis int eases of
Morofulia and Meconad-ry Syphilis withi
sat isfactory reCsttsas a oleianset- of
I th la ioodai kinow tno bettler remtedy.
amueal (I. Mc Laddena, .\lrfreesblotro,'
I haveo usedl sevena bot tles -of Rtadral.
is, andt att euntirely cutred of IthIeumta
t istm ; bend tae laor htot ales, as I wish it
for my baroalher, w ho ht as scrofu'tla'us sore
I Ienjamtit: liecih ), of f~ima, Ohio.
writes, I htavo stuffered for' twentty yetra
with :a in tveternteo eruapaion over my
whole boady ;a abhort tme aince I pur.
chased a hotlile oaf linadalis antd it, et
l'ected a pet feet aeurr.
Itoradtaalis i-a anhil lby all drutggists.
Laboratory. f,1 Exchtange Plrta, Bail
timaore. litta. C IA M N1TS .. CO,
mttay i9*-y l''ropsetrs
SIxty-five First Prize Medals Awarud,
Wmn Kniabo % Co.
)tAlttUFAa'apvRat or .
GRAND, SQUARIE ANI) UPRIGHIT
P iAN O F 'OR1TEJCS,
These lustruetai'ts htave betn before the
public for narly 'hirty Yenits. tantd upon
a e.ir exceIlance alonse aaini. ian unapur
chased pro eminence, which proniounlces
them uneaqualledl. Tiri
comlalnes kront power, sweeaness and flne
mniginag ganaliiy, sa well as gare'at puarity of
IlutonatatIin atnd Sweetneatss thlroaaghouit thle
ent ire scale. Theta'
is pliant ad ilailo, amintireatlty tree from
lhe stiffness fountd In so mtanty Pianais
thaeyn'o Untinalled, uasinag butl tho very
blat saAfoxp., StATxiuia.,, the large capitn'l
emaplye,~Isgat oubusipafes enaabljug~ us to
keep conttinuaalif tan iomens% stoolk or lauat
ber', &c., ona hand. 4
eMr* All our Squanas Prwoss have our
New Improved Overetrung $gale, atad i Ih
AGRarrn TRKaSi,m .U~A
WWWe w'qauid call special atlentlon to
onr late limprovemlents itn Gl A ND PIANOS
and SQUil~ntE GIIANDS, PATsartin Auover
14. 1866, which batilgthi Pieano tteat-er' Ier
fiation tan has yet beeta attaained.
.Xveryi )'ano Fully flearranlied for 6 Yeaqrs.
We havei made arranlgements for theq Sot~
WHoLK5sALI MtsiaoY 0otl bjit celebrated
Logs 1Vory d4ep~ &
sept 18.Om Baltimore. MA.
Nrw Yona, August 15th, 1868.
Allow me to call your at tenion to my
[5epalation of (om1 pould Extira1ct,
I'l.e component p1: t. are lI'(11 U. LONG
. .F, (-uI IlI; IIS, J U.' 'i l S m IIIE1, 1'.E I 1'.11>;
MOD. or P't1A It A'l ION.- 1leiclit, ill va.
-1M. .Juthi per lerries, by distillsation, to
rmac inetit git :*. b('h 4 et r 11 l I Ai bl.i A
11lacemlenlt with) spir-its4 ob'tainllm ,10i..
Wr tris; Ver'y lit leC Fu ra r i.4 used-1. andk
I 'l propor; ionl of s- piI I. iv m ore
)IIah iltle 11 tha iny n)Ow ill time.
Blicou, 114 prepare'd by D1rl'g.!ists, is of a
lack color. It is a plant ht i eiisils it
litgrance; the netion oft 1tatie destroys
his (itq nolttve priniciple), ieaviig it dark
il glutillo,-4L decoiction Miie Illhe coulr
.X igrelhent e. The 11chu in my prepara .
ion lpredolminltes; the smlltest quantitity of
lie Other illgredie;s a1r0 .ded, o pI vent
Pernenllltat ill . 11pon Ilspection, it will be
rotd not to bu a Tincture, as umado ill
[PIarmiacoppea. nor is it a S-rip-and
htel'lrrolre canl be !Ised ill enses whei'i. fever
)r inflamI o1111 n11tl exi:t. l I his, von hilt'%
110 knnwle.dge Alf the il gredienta' and theI,
r11ude or prepalation.
Hloping that yout will invor it with a tri
11, and that 11 poll i nlispectioln it, will ilcot
w1ith your approbation,
With a feeling of confidence.
I am, very respec't fully,
lI. T1. IIELM111000,
Ilhemlist :11-d D)rnggiAt.
of 16 Yeare' Esperience.
[From the Largest Manufacturing Ohem
ists in -iho World.]
1.1 am1 nerliainicli with Mr. 11. T. Ilis t.
Il.: hie Occupied to Drug Store Opposite
nly re.Iideece. and WaS utcces.ful ill Conl
lkling the b usiness where others hand inot
ceII Iully so bef0ore ilhi. I hive ill-el
'avorably imnpressed with his cholreter ind
wILr.IA 11 WEIGITMAN .
Firm of Powers & 1% eightnan,
Ninth atnd Browit streets, Phihad.elphia.
Ilelmbold's Fluid Extract Buchui
is the great specific for Universal Lassitude,
The0 constitultion, onco rftected with Or
zantic #ten kness, requ)lireit the a11d of NI edi
DineII to s1trengthe Ili mt(1 invlgorni theit sIys
lemI. whIch IIbaLLIOL4D'Si EXTRACT dJU
L'IUP invarIbly does. If no treailtmont is
submllitted.1 to, Constumtiont or insanity e.4
Hlm~lbold's Fluidl Extr'act of liu
In aff'etiona peculiar to Fomales' I.t un
equalled --y anyt other pre~paration, as itn
( loroijs, or IBett nt in, Paininf~lineCss, or
f'ulppression of Cuslttomary lKvaentltIions,
Ulheernt ed or' ScI1rlR Sltte of t he [U:erus,
and11 all comptIllts incident to the sex, or
the decdlinel or change of lIfe.
I1CefmboldI's Flild Extraci Buchao and
improved Rose Wash
Will rndlienth, exterminate *'e'.- th .yrte
diseases80 arlisintg from habits of dissipation,
all little expeonse', hoI Ile or no chantlge in dietI
ut 1101 moonveniece or exposurto: comipleltely
suphercedtng thaose unplensat andl danger.
o ta remeldies, Copisiva and Mercury, in all
those disease .
Use Hlelmnbold's Fluid Extract Blu
Int all diseases of these organ,, whtether
existing In male1. or femalo, from whttever
tannse itriginating, and no mnatter oIf how
long Standinlg It Is pleasnt in taste and1:
edor, '-Im~medilate"' in actiont, andt more
strengfthentingW than any of tile prepatrationis
of Dar4k or Iron.
Those suffering from broken-down or
iElIite constitutilons, procure the0 remedy
Tieo readler must he aware that, however
slight mayl3 bei thel attack of thet abloveC dis.
nases. It is certail, to affect the bodiy htetahh
Stnd mental powerj.,
All the above dinossep reqtuire thq aid of
[JIIU is the great hIbureio.
Sold by Drugglvls everywhere. Pn:
51 26 per boiel, or 6 buttles for $O60.
Deoliveredl to any address. Describe symp.
tomsi in tall commanloatlons.
HI. T. WELMBOLD,
Drug and Chemiceal Warehotise,
694 Biroad*dy, New York.
None are Genuine
[Tnless done up In stott.eagraved wrapper,
eitn fae simIle of my Cheraial Warehouse,
ind igned, . ,-: t .,
. T. H ELMOLD.
REAT GLRMAN BITTERS.
"UlREST MEDIC, AL 001mlAL
Irrl aai'A C--:,
Anti billone, nilt
lI'INA N'S GIlE.\T GJJ101 MA N BITI ES
j ist prepared from the orginal Glermia
eeipt now it the possessiou of Ilie Iro
'riet ors, and is thie sauo prepiramtio.1 hiat
,rns osediin Geriany upwards of a century
go; aind to day it is the houselould reme
y or Orimany, recommended by its most
MA.XIP P1'sM ..A. INrT!!!
UREAT GEIlMAN BITTEIIS
h composel il ilie purest alcohli es.
. -j of Germany's favniite bevernge. im
.nnit ted ith itlie tuices and extrnc4s of
-,. lie' b.4, roots ail barks ; till of which
onabinetd i'tke it one of the best auri surest
lreparat i's tor tle cutre of
lyspepsin, Loss of Tone hi thio Stomach
and ligestive orgaith, Nervous lDe
bility, Langour, Constipation,
Liver Complainli, Gkieral
-ANt As A
Preventive for Chills and Fever
Maltrious .ise ises Generally.
Will find 1.lP1IMAN'S GREAT GERMAN
1E R'S lite hest lonio known for the dii
atses1 to wIhich they are generally subject,
itd where a gentle remedy is recommend
SAVANNAtt, March )G, 1870.
ifesars. Jacob Lippn.au & Bro., bSavaItnahl,
Gent.-I have before me your eAteemed
elter of the 14th ist., containing varioui
loinments relative to your "Grman Bit.
is."' After a en: efiul examination I musl
-otafess that your Bitters is really what.
-ou represent t hem to be, an 01-1 German
-ecipe of Dr. Mitclierich, of Berlin, Prus
ia It will to doubt he excellcin for dys.
tepsia, general debilily and iervous diseai
's, and is a go'd irreventatie of chills and
ever. I find it to be a most delightful and
I reulmail, yours truly,
(Signed) Alto. P WrTTrn.
Khni.ANI' Nlt1-s, IA. March 22, 1870.
ilessr. .lacob Lipman & Bro , Druggists
Savanaah, la :
Gentlemeni-1 have inlroduced your (rent
)ermtanlt litlers here to mly custoiners and
riettdt, and find Letter dale for it, than atny
invt ever kept. before. blose who have
ricl it. approve of it very highly, and I do
0t lCsilate inl sayiing tIaL it is far ituprior
ai value to any other Bitters now in use.
(tigued) W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Winnsboro,
L ADD BROfS.
Wholtasle Agents for Sonth Carolina.
D)()W I I, NI018E & DAVIS,
Il1 N RY LllSCIIOFF & CO.
CLASSIUS & WITrTE,
STEi-LE8 W IERNER & DUCKER,
may 3d1.-'m Charleston, S. C.
Latest Quotations of'
CIl.\RLESTON, S. C ,
Correoted Weekly by
Banker and birokor, No. 25 Broad St,
October 14, 1870.
8TAtr ~aileunzs-,.outhi Carolina, old
0; do, ew-@80 do, registered
lock, ex int-@a80
RAItuCAn Sruu-ts--Charlotte, Columbia
mi' Augusta,-@-15: Ori envillo anid Co
umlibia, *' ; Norilhensiern. 9@; 8a..
riannah and Chtarleslon, 86; Sot h Carolina,
whole shares) 46; do, (hunlf do) 22.
sOUTH1 iAInobLNA BANK DILLs.
~lik of Chlarlesto ,-@
Bank of Newberry,
llank of Camduent, ni (
lank of Gorgtown, 7..
Rank of South Carolina, 16
Elanik of Chester, 8.
Llanik of llamburg, 1 -
Elanik of Stte of 8. C. prior tol 1861 2 a
[latnk of State of S. C. issuo, 1811
and 1802, 42@
*Planters' and Mechanics' -Bank
Ch arleat on, --@
*Peoplo's Bank of Chnorhiston, ---
*Unlen !3at of Charleston, .- -.
3outthwesternt R R Bank, Charles
ion, (old) .. ..
-louthiwesteirn R R Dlank, Charles
t, (new) --.. .
state Blank of Chairleston,8@
Partners' and Exchiango Blank of
Bxchiange Blank of Columb1i,--@
jomameretal lBtank of ColumbIa, 6 -
dterchant's Batik of Chieraw,5
Planters' flank of FaIrtleidt,4.
4tate of 8. C. 1111is Receivable, par
llty of Chavloston Change Bills, par
*tblls matkdcc thus (*) are being redeem
-d at lhe~ Banik Connier's or each.
OTTON GINS, &c., &c.
Guliett's Patent Steel Blrush
P H1I8 Celebrated Gin can be seen at work
1in every District In alhe State. Price.
50 por' saw. Brown's Georgia Pat tern Col
on (lIn. Preo,.$4 per onw. Hall's Pat.
-nt Cottorn Gln Feeders--preveniting any
ard substonee enterIng the UGin, pro' ecting
he saws froms InjurIng and thte lint, from
re'. Price, $1.60 per Saw to else of GIn
)eering's Gotten Press--Price $2'75. Pea
iody's Cotton 8eed H~ullers-Price $76
latchinson'p Cidtt Mills-Price $26 (!a
oon's Pate t~ Broadcast ,Seed-Sowers, for
wheat and small gratin-Price $10. And
ii kind. of agrlcnltistal' Implement, for
ale low. C. GR AVELEY,
62. a .Jogsk.118owth.Old Post, 00iee
aug 11 -8tn Charleston, 8, C.
3L1E SOAP, Sapolio. Arrow Root,
SWenini Cobfeeiions, Soltser AperienI,
'6pdenl:4 lk, Gslatine, Soothing Syrup,
Ilue Mass, ToIlet Poteder? Starch Soap,
eIlANTER & ERICE,
P. P. TOALF
CIA LESTON, S. C.
L:rgest and most coiph-te -19g
g Nanutactory of Doors, Sash. I g
es, Mithdq, Mouldings, &c., --)
g9r in the -Nouthern Mtates. J-jg
Printed PriCe List dfies Competllion.
rar SEND FO'1 ONE. -VA
1# Sent free on application -g
Charlotte, Columbia and August
CoLUSMBIA, Den. 27, 1869.
r~illi fllowing Passenger Schedule will
.1 go into effect on this Itad on and after
Thu-aday, September Ist.
Leave Augusta, at. 0.00 a m
" Columbia. S. C., at 11.80 am
4 Winnsboro, 1 66 p !
Arrive at Ch.rlo:te, N. C. 0 3 p in
Malking close connections with Trains of
North Carolina Road for all pointb North
Leave Charlotte. N. C. at 8.20 a n
Winnshoro, 12.61) p m
" Columihia 3.16 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 60 p M
Miaking, close connections with Trains of
Central and Georgia Railroads for kaynn.
nah. and nll pottts in Florida, Mlaton, Co
lumbus, M oti goniery, Mobile. New Orleans,
Selim. Chat tannoga, 'Memphin, - Nashvile,
Lnuisville, t'inciinnati, St. Louis, and all
points South nnd West.
Pahice Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, und Baggage checked
to all principal points.
Q&Y- Passengers by- this route going
Nort It, have choice of three different routes.
C. OIKNIGIT, Superintendent.
E. R. Donas Y, Genet al Freight and Tick
et Agent. sept 3
AT ERi WHEL,
4OEi U '111m 0 *
SEND FORA CIROUILAR.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
WIyl. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No, N. ilayne St., Charleston, 8, C.,
COOKING SiTOVES, RANGES and BRiTING
Pictures of Stoves, with prices and dis
cription, will be sent upon application.
J UST ceived (direct from the best facto.
rics ofN New York and Boston. Consist
ing of fine Rosewood and Chesntut stilts,
co-osplete a ahogany and Walnut Bureaus,
Sofas. Divans, Parlor Chairs. Stands, &c.,
Bed Steads and Chairs of fifteen different
grades each. Wnrdrobes. Saloon Tabiles and
everything usually kept in the Furniture
lire. wvhich we propese to sell na cheap as
can bit bought anywhere in the State. Call
and in .ffN AinINTYIW. & C..
Large White Norfolk,
Large White Globe.
Freh and genuine, wholesale and retail,
K ETCHI IN, McMASTER & BRICE
Fertilizers I Fertilizers !
I AVING secured the Agency for Fair
ineld County for the folloning Fertill.
tioluble Pacific Guann,
Baugh's Raw Bone Super-Phosphate,
Rhodes' Super. Phosphate,
Comipound Acid Phosphate of Lime, for
compostitng with otton seed;
And Zell's Amamoniated Bone 8uper.
1 am now prepared to eppply my frIends
wit it tiny of the above as low' he the same
can begurch sedl amy other mar.
ket with E reight nd Drayage added. Call
at my st ore and get otroulara descripties of
their respective merits,
feb 1, 1870 JO I ATIC T
C HEWNG TOCO-the Aaest I. mat
may 81 MINTYMew a .
DECLINE IN PRICES I
A N extensivo assortment of all styles o
GOODS, with many articles entirely
new, just reocived and now on exhibition.
Every Article a Bargain I
As Cheap as any Market I
BRING THE GREENBACKS
AND GET BARGAINS!
GOODS SUOWN WITH PLEASURE,
ap] 10 1. N. WITIERS.
SPLENDID STOC K
FALL AND WINER
RECEIVING THIS WEEK.
We always keep one of the largebt
Stocks of Dry Goode, Hats, Shoes and
Clothing, in the place, and don't
mean to be undersold by any one.
LADD BROS. & CO.
AVING just returned from New York,
calls upon his friends and the citizens
of Fairfield to examine his Stock before
making their 1 urchases.
I is stock is large, elegant and varied,
and will be offered at such prices as to en.
sure sale, and full satistnotion to customers.
To those persons about to taake up thety
Fall supply and purchase for cash, I wopld
,,. give me a trial, you will once more be
convinced, that at Wolfe's, you will get the
besl goods and the greatest value for your
money. Our stock as usual
Dry Goods and Fancy Staple,
Clothing in great variety,
Boots and Shoes and fats,
Gent's Frurnishing Goods,
Ladies Cloaks and Shawls,
Blankets and Piece Goods.
Call and bring the 04AIat the New
Store, just north of Meaully's grooery stote.
A few 8 ply 6 and 6 inch Rubber Belt'.
lng at manufacturera price.
ot d8.'8. WOLFE.
EOOKSELLERS AlND 8TATIONERS.
202 Raltimoy b., Betimwor.,
LA RGEST AND BEST AS5ORTED STOCK
In the city of
an 'AW s ad Dsmvas,
An immense supply of General, Dank and
Biank Blookis made to order in an styl
of Binding and Ruling n
The same careful Attention given to
as to Peraonal Purehebses..
JNSJI FIG URN 4 174AI'AS.
Send for Catalogues, A..
FRESH MEDICES I
VINEGA R BITTEga, Est, Gention, Ca.
yenne Pepper, Tarrant'i A perient Opodel.
doe, Worm Conteotion, Strong's Pills,
M'cLane's Pills, Rtos'odalis, Thompson's Eye
Water, Nun Vomica.
Hforaford's flaking Powder,.Royal BlakIng
rowder, Alcohol. Potash, Extract Vanilla.
Crn Starch, Toilet, Powders, flair Dye,
Just received by
KETCHIIN, Mc MASTER & DRICE
SI RtESPECTFULL~Y in.
form the citizens of
nboro and Fairfield District, that!I
have a full assortment of Watehes, Jewelry~
Clocks, 8peetaol9s Ac., always on hand
an.! will sell at the lowest priets, and woull
respeo'fany ask thse dontieunne of. the
patronage of my old friends ad cnhtomere,
All goods warranted as represented. I anm
prepared to do all kind of Wateh ad Jw
try woth avnd -hace atwa b gbd, Isofr of
material ow hand, as4.W lisgesante. satie.
faction, All work Vavned..
. een et ii Cl Rol o'e