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'Tile of Land-John Meador, Ex.
!Salt Postyned-H. A.Gsillatid.
8 etriff Sales L. W. Duvall, Shor.
iff Fairfield County.
Sumnhion s for Relief-Jas. 11. tion,
We invite the special attention of
'our planters to the card of Messrs,
Aubrey & Co., of Baltimore, an old
bestabfished and reliabli firm of that
Mr. F. Elder udvertjies mo.e niew
arrivals." This is his sve ia supply of
goods. IIipomotto is quick sales ar.d
,small profi. The great secret of our
friend 2Mr. Elder's sucoes4 is, that he
ndvortises in his home papers. Gave
tim a call.
7 We call attention to the ad.
veortiae,)9ppt of t4e New York Melho
-dil it haoter column. It is one of
.the best relisious and (amily papers in
'The Court of General Scssions and
lCommon Pleas for Fairfield, couvened
-at this Ovee on Monday, his honor
4J.1194 14tlaud, PresidiNg. We are
infornied that the Court will not be in
Veession longer than two or three days
-owing to the iudisposi.1en -of the Soli
citor, Major A. .1. Shaw.
.F'irf'leid at thme SoCpe'oll
na Iustitute Fair.
Rev. It. R. Vann, one of the most
-entoep'ising plantmrs in our County,
we are glad to see received the pre
4n'isua (659) -for: the laigest rptoduc
tion of co.ton on five atcres upland.
>Ho alsor received a premium on the
largest yield on two acres. ($20,) at
the South Crolisa Institute Vair, held
There were thirty-four 'deaths is
*the city of Charleston for the week
'ending NoveMbee 4th, twelve, of
which were whites.
Wo'learn from a reliable source
(says the Chester Ieporter,) that the
-constabulary force maintained at an
expenso of about $30,000 per annum,
h t4etate, ip ,aboid.,to be
-or has been reduced.
There are a number of pielkgg-eets
in the City of Charleston, who are on
ia depredatory tour through the South.
Keep your eyes open, boys, large
crowds suit them well.
Oiltai Return in South Caro*
The following is the total vote of
eouth Carolina in the lato election,
according to Radical count:
Scott, Radical.. ......84,475
'Carpenter, Refoujn...... ..50,104
.Scott's mejority .. ... .. 34,371
Rtansier, Negro R ad.. .... ... . 83,998
Ranaier's mAdority... .35,857
Result in the Congressional Dis
triots Is as follows:
Rtainey, Negro Rad a........20,200
Dudley, Reform........... l,430o
-DeTarge,- Negro Rad.. ....16,686
'Bowen, White Red .-6. -. . ; I1,042
Elliott, Negro ad ad........20,564
We learn through the Columbia
Phecenixc that the down passenger train
over the Greenville and Colutnbia
Railroad met wir~h a term ible accident,
'Thursday about two o'clock, twelve
mbilga~by oombmia and two miles
frt dr treek, 'by the breaking
down of a. trestle.. The locomotive
passed over safely, but the beggage,
accond classi and two passengeor ears,
were pre6'el'itatbd ib' sh4 gro'und-a
distance of fuillf tienty-five feet. The
following is a list 6f the killed, its well
as those,whogere seriously injured
liilet-Mrs. IFogartie, of ChIarles
ton--wlhe was bin her way fromi Ander.
nonm with her family ; Charles Joy, of
Newberry ; -Grace Muntangue, the
faithful upj9red ,atuwariless ; Minera
rya colonredi woman,. formerly ,re
'sidin 'id F~ald.
Fatally inj tred-Stephen Smith, of
8eriouely injured--A. Barnes, of
thin l ei "imsegr ;q.pndue.
good.;. Missai M. Joy, of Negbgry ;
Major Lod. ill i*
eds'few. of thoae on Itoard esoapkg
without out or bruise. '! v'
*The tre4ps a1os perfectr
,diggv eJ qtad k
"Sally Antn's Away."
There are few things more agreen- Q
ble, than the consciousnos that wo
are not forgotten-that in spite of all p
the claims of this work-a-day wold, it
there'are yet kind friends, who hold it
us in their metnory. We have hd a
substantial proof of this, affoided us,
by-a most acceptable present of spark
ling Ale and Nickanacks, given us by
our- generous friced, A. P, Miller. ti
This Ale is sparkling and delicious to
the taste-in other words it is "love- f4
ly" and muakes the whole inner man i
feel good. Miller has recently fitted r
up his storo Very snugly, ahd the
shelvei; thereof abound in everything
that is nice. for old as well as young
people. His stock of goods aro as
fine as can be found abyWhere.
Thoso whilng something good bould
not rail to call on A. P. Miller, and
inquire for a bottle of his "SIlv'ery,
To Make Stpertiort Coie,
A rcorrespondent of the lidepnditl
traveling in Sweden Was intensely
delighted with the coffee herved on
the steaiiboatsi and hotels. "At Up
Pla," he wi ites, "we deterinieud tu
find out how they made such pel-fect
coffee as we had just drank, and step
ped into the neat kitchen of the little 0
hotel ; and this was the report :- *
Take any kind of coffee pot or urn),
and su.pend a bag made of felt or
very heavy flannel, so long that it
reaches the bottom, bound on a wire
just fatting the top; put in the fresh A
ground pure coffee, and pour on fresh-.e
ly boiled water. The fluid filters 9
through the bag, and may be used a. i1
once q necds no settling, and retains 1
all aroma. The advantage of this p
ov e orlisry fliter is its econ!omy, E
as the coffee stands and soaks out the
strength in bead of merely letting the
watet pass theregh it. 'D, you boil 1
it I inquiredt'ho learner. 'N-a-a-a-ay, I
said the maid, in tiniple astonishment e
that any one shoubl 4be so wasteful as
to send the precious aroma away in d
steam, shouid tab that iprince of food
of that evanescent somtding which I
constitutes his nobility., and reduce to
mere alitnent. As soon wovild one N
think of throwing away that drop of j
sunshine, charged with all the sum.
mner's gold, which lies at the throat of d
a bottle of Johan nisberger,."
WASH I N G to N "9'bssir" S :E
Eyoua.-Itis allegod that some of i
the better newspaper articles recently f
publ ished oritiet'Ilug President Grants 11
action oh the questiot of assessing
clerks %yore written by Mrs Pa a
tent Commisioner Fisher, who is a A
brother-in-law of ex Secretary Cux. "
Madame Scoretary Cox, after perus
ing one of these iAher articles, cut. t
it out and enolbsed it to Mrs. Grant
anontnmously. Unfortunately for Mrs. J
Cox, however, she accidentlly pet the al
obboxious article in an envelope F
bearing the famnily mo nogramw of Cox, ,j
a d of coutse Mrs. Grant Immediate. e
Iy knew frotn whence it came. Fur- C
ther, she recognized the caligraphy of j
Mrs. Cox, from whom the had reeiv-.
esd letteral therefore, when Mrs. cj
Grant glanced over the article she na- a
turally felt indignant, and put it into
a Grant envelope with the simple but P
outring words< "Returned to Mrs1
()ox with the compliments of Mrs.
Grant." Since then the two ladies, I ]l
am infortned, have not spoken.- A
A DmsovER AT Tils NonTI.-TheO
New York Times, of Tuesday, an-..
nounces a most painful oonclusion as,
"~oes astory ontain the reord of i)
a single comlmunity that escapied so' |
cia! and political ruin when its judges|~
became eorruQpt, ntnd juntice was i
bought and sold i We have oome to ie
Eractly I But we have made this 0
disoovery in this latitude some time
since. 0or northo. n frilends a re aelow ,
Yet If they put faith in history, t hey
may further inter pret the sign. John h
Randolph ini the Virginia Covention ii
of '29, being a little impatient with T
the course of debate on the judicial e
chapter in the Cou-stitution, very sig
niiliabtly and sharply exclaimed:
"After the book of Judgra comes the
book of lKings."-Rchamonsd De
MiUNIeIPAL EirEction.---The follow
ifg is the result of the election for
nmunicipial (officers, whioh came off on
'Cuesday last :
For intendant-T. M. Paysinger,
Foi'; Wai.lens-J. N MartIn, 226 ;
D~ M. Ward, $2; D B. Wheeler,
220 W. T. Tarrant, 223.
For Intendant-D. R. Phifer, 122
For Wardens--8. M optgomery, 124i
Jack Thompson, 122; Jas. Henderson, I
l2 ; Dan. Moats, 122.
Majority for Thou. M. Paysinger,
Total vote--whites, 205, blaoks 148 8
Dred tutherford, aol., voted a Juryg
pay ticket for $4 70, instead of a *i
tioket for the white eendidates, as
was hie' int~ntion. The election was
Little drops'of :rain brighten theA
meadowsH I&tlc aeselof kit'
buigbta-the wpp'1A. b~
A large number dt prominent basi
oss and profesaional men of Now
taven, Comn , including the Yale
refessors, have signed a letter on.
Drsing Secretary Cox for his action
i retiring from the Cabinet, condemn
Ig the assessment of office-holderts
ir party pur-posos, and urging reform
the ma'ner of wppoinitmc'at and
nur-of-oee in the civil service.
The way a Colorado deacon laid up
ensures in heaven 1i thtis touchingly
!corded on his tombs-no : "Wihen
reumstances rendored it Impossible
or hill) to attend the Mtated prec.aul
ig of the gospel, he made it. a tured
ile to kill nn Indiin every Sabbthd.
Winnsbo Cotton Mar-ket.
Sales for fhe past week 604 bales-prices
I to 14J cents.
he Best Paper,
AN Xn TiN
Best Inducements I
his Qmirter's 11 Numbiers 0ent Free to
sit at-bscribing, hefore Dec. l), 1870,for
next year's Fifty.Two Numbets of
doore's FUral New-Yorker,
'1llF. OnEATI LI.1i1TnATh)
RURAL AND I:AMILY WiRLY,
FOR TOVWN AND COUNTRY.
The Rural now in its 2lt year. is not
ily the largest, hest and oheapest, but by
,r th largst cieilculting Journal or its
anq in ilhe world I Nati ont in charaeter,
Ily ellited, supoibly illtist rated and print
I, it is the
Best Al~lae'ial Igev'iy I
It is tlie standlard imithorilty on all
ranches of Agriculture. iloritieliture. &c.
a A Literay and Fimily Paper it is a fa
Nrile inl maniy of tihe best. iitt1mil ie 1il over
me Lnion, Cmada. &r. Indeed, MIoore's
urn0 has no Rival in its tphelire. And is
I. largest lilusltraied Journal kiln the Con.
nel --each number coniaining 1I Five
mn11111 'nges, (double file size of mes-Bt ytM
.r.% of its class.) i is the paptir or the
mat, West, N,.rlh and Senth.
Tem'u11, 111(111('1l10i1s8 &e
Tnts-$3 a Year of 62 Numbel"., 00al
ily $2 lit) in 'lubs of Ten. This oart er's
Numbers selt Free, as iffered nihove.
ur Club Inmucementrs for 1871 nre utinpre
dented. Speeitens, Preniim Lists, &c..
ml. free to all forming Clubs,-and we
ant a live club Agent in every Town. Ad
ress D. T. MOOltR,
nov 16 41 Park Row. New York.
'HE NEW l'ORK METHODIST,
An Eight Page Weekly
ow in its Eleventh Year. publi.shes8erinons,
Sorial Story for ihe Family, a new Clit
ren's Story every week, Chats willi tIe
Ittle Fnks, Editorials by the hest. Medi
ist writers and others, Foreign and Do.
iestie Correspondence, full Departments
r Religious and Secular Intelligence.
rice $2,50 a year. Liberal premiums or
sis commissions to canvassers. Subscrip
obs commence at any time. For speci
en, enclose a two cent stamp to prepay
stage. Address TIlE METIODIST, 114
hasau 8t., N. Y.
CHRlS I'NAS lUFT to all Yearly SRuh
ribers to Appleton Journal, publishied
'eely. T'wo Months Subscription Gratis
1-e Montiq of Noveniber annd December,
370, pivon gratis to all subscribers remit
ng'$4 for the year 1871.
Any one desirous of making a trial'of the
ournal to see whether they like it, cat
ave It. for 'co Moth on remitting ut
Pietureseque Ane'rca, consisting of splen.
idly executed views of American Sceinery,
>mmeed in November. 1) Appleton &
o., Publishers, New York.
iN. ROllT. E. LEE'8 LIPN. Nearly
'adly for Publication, the Biography o'
en. Robt. E. Lee, by John Estun Cooke,
nihior of "Life of 8tonewall Jackson.'
Wearing the Grev," etc. I vol , 8., 50(
nges, lilustrated. i'o be sold by sub
3riplon. Agents Wanted.
.A ppleton & Co., Publishers. New York.
gents Wenied. Send for CIrcular. Ad
ress Musonio Pub, Co., 432 B roome St.
Homes, Renith, Ilappiess.
r6w to be obtaminedl for Five D~ollars
lantations, Faf'nis Yllan Sites and Town
ots, -at the great. tremium land sale
iken, 8. id. T'he Sarntoga of the Subthi.
B hotts NYum N. Y. The hiust delight'fu
linmate la the *otld. tree from the rigor
f Northern winters, exempt from Thrna
liseases. Vi nerards ftnd torchards inl fuii
ear'ing. 1Not m clscriptive pamphlet, ad
ress1 with Stamp, JA C. Derby, Augt11t
1ORANb HOLIDY kmAFP1 and SALE
$80.000 worth of Real Estnte and Per.
>nlsal P'roperty will he raffled for in Cal1
aan Ga.1 Decetnbet' 27th, 1870; every
eket getting aiPriin f'rom ist to #6.000,
lokets only One Diallar. tonducted b3
it 8Work Comnmssioners ; refer to C'onnly
ilners. Liberal Inducements to Agents 01
11ubs. Shhd stamp for cireuiare, &c. H.
.Ilika & Co., Manamging Agents.
fousekeepers, Attention I
sENI) For a recipe, by the use oi
n hich one.half of the labor antd
0O ets.' 1*wo thirdt of the ekpenso of
Washaij tOtoches is 'aved.
Pba Eq~uail to a uaving of $2/) per
year in a umnall faineilyi Pont on
p25 reeipt of 60 ets, by 8. F.
ii . COULMAN. Loill.Ky.
N 0ON-E X PLOS IV E
METALI0 KLEROSE NE LAMP
a alssolutely safe from esplosion or break.
g iburns any Coal Oil, good or bad'i
voesnmore light, no odor, and uses less oil.
''It is perfectly notn-exlplosite, gives a
iter light and Is more econotnical than
ty other lamp in use."--W. HI. Wells, late
iperintenident of PublIc schools. Chicago6
"I intend substituting It throughout my
>use0 for the danlger'ous lamps noir In use.'1
-Prof. W. it. Rutfftter, Sup't Phablio In.
ruotlon, Richmond, V.
Tbe appalling deaths and fire flrom glaui
mnps exploding and tlreaking create q
-eat, demand for thIs lamp. Ii Pays t9
il it Sold by Canvassets et 8tores i
gents wanted everywhere. 'Btnd for f~ill
articulare. Address Moareoossaar & Co,
leahveland, Ohio. 'or 42 Baroleg streetp
1lOtL)AY JOURIAL tor 1871
Contains a Christmas Story, Splendid
Plays, Magio Sports, &o - 48 pages ; Illus.
frtted, Sbut Free on renelpt of one stamp
for pb6lAge. Addresbed Alams & Co.,
PERSONS VI.IlNO TO ENOAE IN
Permalmeat aid Irofltable Busiiess please
nddlret.s. at once, J. EL C. IoWA & C i.,
Portland, Me. N6 ragency'' or peddlihg
busliness Number of correspondents limet.
el ; $1) to $20 per day sut-e profit. En
ROYAL IIAVANA LOTTEII .
i iles esah 'dl anal ittformat ion firiishel
by llO)RUE UPIHAM, Providence. It. 1.
$;% A Week Salary
V))ung iimt wanted re locl niand tiraeliht
S.nies-.'t .n. A ldres, (with st atop) I. 11.
W 'A LK EIt'Il Park hlow. N. Y.
WE WILL PAY AIENIS
A sainry of $.!5 a week, or nllnw n lrge
comhnission to 1 st-Il Oft ntl Invo1itions.
Addrie s wih su 'tahn.p.
J. W. FlilNK & CO., MArshill1 M01b.
STAMNMEAlINO cured by nil's Applieneei
For degeription address Simpsnh & Cu.,
Hox 07;. N. V.
Sewing Machi es.- Agents Wanted.
alatry $!0,000 1wr year. Cihcubir and
snmples of work free. Address Chrystal
Sewing Mnelitne Co , Boston1, Mass.
PtY('li) \l A NC V.--A ny lady Or gentleman
can moake $1,000 a montI. secure their own
haptiness and indepetee, by obtaining
Payohomnancy, Fatscinnt ioni, or snil charhi.
ing. 400 pages I cloti. 101i1 inttetction1s
to usC this power ovbt* Inen or aninlns at
will, how to M.\'etheri., become T'ano or
Writ ing Mediums, :ivinat ,n, s pii iuaim
A chumy, lhilorephy 3odmoen and Dreeatns.
rit.bhai Vtoung 1 arem, Gunide to Mar
ringe, &c.. all contatinie-l in this book
100.000 sold ; prloe by til, t !. in cloth1 $I,
25, plper covel-s $1. Notice --Aniy jpersona
wiIlhith to aInt as aigent will receive a Ram
ple enipv of the work free. As no capital
Is required, all de-sirnott of genteel employ.
ment shnid sed for the book, ecielosing
10 ets. for lostiage, to T. \\. Evans & Co.,
41 'ou tht 8th St., Philadell hin.
A MYSTP.IY I 'ELV .. Pifeen iinusIeg,
Private Vonersation withl Mnrricel I.ideies
by one of t heir number. Sent free for t*o
ntlaipm. Address Mirs. Ii. Metgoer, llan
ov, r., Pva.
A Clergymian, While residing lit Sualb
Ateitca ast iit iioinnyi, tisovered a snlhe
and simple renely fitr the etio of Nervous
W euknkness, ihrly Doeciy. Diseases of the
Urinary nid Semin al Organs, and the
whole Irain of tditorders brotterhi On 1h.'y
banefutl and vicious 1hblin. Grbat nhn bt- s
have been curel by Ithis noble re-nely.
Prompted by n iesi re to benetit he alliet edt
and unfortinate, I will send it le !rCipe for
prepninhg and and using t his medicioec, in
asealed envelope. to atny unne. who nrle'eis it.
Free of ot-arge. A.i-es; .tO31P II T IN
M.\N, Station D, ilible flouse, New Verk
R O sA D A3m.
il U ITAT A IERICA N iEALIIl
IIESTOltEIt, purifiet le blood
and cures Scroftila, Syphilis, Skin Dis
enses, llheumntismn, Diseases of Wo.
O en, and all Chronic Aflections of the
Blood, I.iver and Kidneys. Recon.
mended by fle Medien! Faculty and
many thoustands of C.e best citizens.
tend lie test iiony of Physicians and
patients who bave tised lHosadalis; send
S or our Rosadalis Otlide to HIealth Book
or Almana ) for this .year, which we
ltiblish for gratutitois distribtion ; it
will give yon it telh valuabile informna
Dri. Rt. W. Carr, of Blaltimore, sai a
tinahe aesu in vr powefittiv o.
I ha\-e seen it used in two da-es with~aai sascyhoc-'i leai~
happVy results-ohue itn a tase of second
airy nyphillis, in which t he patient. pro.
nunc-ed himself egrcd after hiaving
takeh fi*~ bottles of your medicine.
fliTh oilier is a case of scrofula of long
staning, wich i is rapidly impe esving
I under its usee, and thte ind~ications are
that the ptient will soon recover.
have enrefully exainid the formuila
A-ly which your flosadtills i3 tntide, atd
ndiq it andI etxcellet dothpubuhd of alter
D~r. $pairks, of NIt~hublsvlleo, Kf.,
*ays he haus usedl Rlotadalis in eilsen of
8nrofula and Secondary 8.ypi~jli with
siatisfactory resuilta--as lA elenher bf
* the Blood I know no hetter remiedy.
* n miuel 0. Mc Laedden, Mu rfreesbord-,'
I havb~ used seven bottlek of lodfnat.Il
is, andl tm entirely cured of Rhtlltimii.
1tstli 1behd nme four bottles,lth 1 Wisht it
-fell' thy bt-oaIher, w ho has serol'ltious sotfo
I Benjnin Behtul, of Lilbn, 01ib.
*writes, I haive suffered for tWehl3' yeai's
with Sin inveterate eruption over my
whole body ; a short tiltie since I pur.
cht.sed a bottle of lIosatlahia atid It of.
feeted a. perfect cuire.
lIostadalis is sold( by tall druggists.
Lnboratory, 611 Exchange Place, Bal
titmoro. Dias. CLEM ENTS & CO.,
,may 19-1,y Propuietors.
1[4IJI subsdrlgt'q' lies jlust t-etuit'tld froam
laying lai his sectond supply of Goods
at greatly reduced prices, which will be
Consiat ing or LadlIes' Dress Goodls, Aralb
Clontks1 Shatwbs, loutlevards tihd MiltI
ne'r uf Cele-y dle-trjIteolh of the
latest Style, Ite tvlahes to call
spe'iti nttention to lis
Shoes of all
which can not he excelled fol- cobenyness
atnd gnaility. Always otn hinnd a lull sup.
ply of Family Groceries :Flour,
Jitootn, Lard, (Cheese, Fish, &c.
iharudware, Tin Watre, .
hiollow Wnro, Wood.
en Ware, Ciock.
Clot hes Washers ad
.A ~D AsnIstant Cook, &@,
CGtAN ET BAltGAINS,
aq hei is selling-out;li is-Ladles' Zress Goods,
Gloves, Shawis, (Cloaks and 1.ill1iner-y, at
.and blow cost, as he wishaeeto elose dat
Ih~Anc h of his -bnelueqg.,. All he asks Is
a enf before buying, as he i. dtnlg
not to be undersold. Terms stritl Csh,
NOV 10-r - --.- V LDER,
Ayer's Amter'can Almanno. for the nev
year, has Arrived for , delivery gralis by
Ketchin, MeMaster & Brice, to all who call
for it.. This little atinoA has the larges
th-eulatiotd of any book in the Wtcidh1, indt
by the fhoti that It furnishes the best medi.
cul ndvice whidh is nvailable to the people,
-enables them to determive what thei
complaints are and how to coure then. I
contains the'startling aunouncement of tIN
conflAgration of a world; or the coibustioi
of one of the stnrs in the firhinntliheht with ai
its attendent plaiet'. W'v 2-im11o
PATuostl.N 1Ioii Esiittzi:..-\ir P
P. TOate. *howe advertiintit appenit it
Snother ontimiI hits tabt hed on x t'r'i
brai,. in Cliarleston ilie lit-gett and tosi
coinp1ltAI thiAnutifneoly -of doiorm. gy-hei
lnld-4. Nb.. fin the( Siointherni St-iles- linv.
ing idt itliiist'i l1Iberml'y .'tirin i It asi
yea he he) ie'st--d :1 In.-" eW g om. ex,
'e ii n g it s r ei n - A ltll * n im n natatl - hlit .
dohls b16en1 ennibledf (o pult rtvlb it Ipchaet
price list V hich drie iyftttiltbml. PEvi.
person woi conti n'eipn uttilding Ar re
ptiig slituld wrilte at Unte for Mr-. Toale'
.11a fht- nuenionl of nI-II V-Ad4terA i!
ontlet to ttlay to th1 qldes-ti P1men-11t in an11
other inthimat. hen.ed 1,ippanti's Fr-iit Ot
main Riite,-g. i prepnion that bei hli
tisedte foir upwrnt of a eiit r y in etligi.li
e.i Eillrope wahl flhe gretmeal succev!<. in, th
eil4! of Ii' - 4&n or i 4ligestion. Cti,li
potion, Loss of .\oPpelitt, Liver Compiaint,
loss of tot- in thi dig'tt i'e orgainis. v.e
The propli-lfrtir. Mlessrs Jacili .ippmnit &
Ilro., SIVannai li h, Ga.. have. at eoui-1111blu
onliy Nucceil in obtanilng tile Oigil.1
recipet t'or tiiiitig this ielightiful itistting
Bitters, andl pleage their repilSion i.i t in
prerOIinig in Ohw originual s41nndalrd 1ha11lith,
It. oip. nep:ot ill inslibi-o, ftt. Ladl
flrbs. Urtiug Stori.
- 1840 1870
Paitin is tipposed to be file lot of us powi
11101ils. as ineviitable as drait itself ati
liable itt nny time to.coie upon us. The, e.
ore it is itnporinit 1th:t i'eIllediil Dlgeit'
shoitild be at hand to he usdt oI hill eilfer.
genley, when lthe seminalil principail lodged inl
the sysiciim shall develope itself, and we feel
O(l eetrne!l!ing ?.gnr a (f p'.v, .1 iN di
pressing infilence of lliselse. Sich n ie
meidint ngent eists lit thte Pitt Killer,
Whose fame lihn itind the ciretllt of tit
glohw Anlilt the cternnl fees ol' tle politir
regions or btnenth the intolerable niiol
hurninig Siti of' t ie iropies, its viii ties are
known and appt''eihftei. Uniler rli lati
tides, ft' tn tihe i kire'l to tile ollit'r, sitf
f,-rItA tlithinhity lis foutd relief frotr
many of its ills by its use. The wide anud
broad orea over which iiii4 ntdiciin has
%prend,. nittest Its vnito and polency. Frot i
n sinil beltining, the lAill Killer lin
ptislied gratittly loung, niakitig Its ownit
Iigiway, solely by ils virtuer.
81tch uic X;itili;ed ticcess and P intit e
has brought others hust lte fiI, who ilt've
alteiped, tilsler 1ilintitilty 0' name. ti
usurp lie Colfience of the people tand tiirnit
it. to their ow it a fislino i dh d islojed sly.
but their efforts havo proved frtlit ess. wii Ie
the Pain Killer is t.till growing in grow iig
favor. nov 1-1im
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
r lIE year thai is rapidly dr'awing to
t. close, has heeti rowned by Almighty
Goad with mtnitfthl ble's.inigs. Th~o cai
hals br'otight fothI hier' kidley frilts, anti
abunndant hlarve'stb it've rtiwnt-dtl the hits
bantdmnt~ honiest habut' has received a re
muniter'ating Uotiilpnationt, and the genierni
prtos el'ty hias becen iticreased, political tit
i rness huts btien amneaioi'riedtnd ihe puablit
tr'anquilily hils been greatly improved;
healith han ~revniledI withlin oun'horders, atnd
we have been preiseirved from the pe'stilene
iliat walkecthi In int. nooit-diy. In view 0l
tese inestimnble bienefits and tidu'antiages,
a~nd in accotrdalnee with tlime-hontored ctts
the State~ of South Carolinia, do respecfifn'ly
recommuutil the ob.eervane, by the peoph~
of thIs Comnmoniwealgh tir TIlbasANa, Ihhe
24th day of Novembetr, as a day of PIJBI,it
TIIANKSGIVING, upon which, laying
aiside all secu!nr purantlis, they maty aussemi
ble In their cutstetnnry plsces of wor'hlij
nnI return feiWent titltdka to that lientli
cent tProvidebbte. ti tth We are so mueli
indlebt ed ; andI, It invklng tihe donstinnnnc 01C i
Ills smnihes ahid tile .sings, dutring ihe coint
year, in tihe r~esctrynlion of peace ulndt hir.
mony, tfid lihe hasetinug of the time, wheri
the wolf shall dwell with Ithle lnah, and tht
leopard shall lie ddjwh With IhIt kId ; thai
thie pattions of vIolent titt-n tnn' bie tasstiged
and tho stirrors-tupntf strife, who hnve -nnde1
a coveitant withI deth, mny be rebuked,
and theire.countsets tittio to titght ; i'or I lhe
sprend of inteltigetstri tIlt I tIht gbsntei-n dif.
ftusion of educajion,amog the people: fot
the protnotlot.4~ Indusity, In the. huiiling
'ti dl 9ttr wasfd places, when thn desert
*hollqnbice ayd. lossom as the rose, andc
every mat ebll sit igidert isi vine and tig
tree, and none shalt miolest themn or malke
Olven tinder my haitlti the grent seal nf thte
State, at Cohimbilia. this eight. tni
[L. S.J of November, A. I). 1870 titd int
the ninety fit'tlh yeatr ofthe Tnde pen
dentce df the Unitetl Statecf of Ameri
Rdflttl' K. SCOTT, Governor.
V. L. ('Atlhoto, Aeeretaty of State.
To Thiose Indebted.
1'j ITOBk indebftedla the firm of Mointyret
I& Co., are enrnettly requested to cime
forward indisotte ftp, *e need wtif is due
andi are niecessarily somtell t'i it ve It,
oct 18 at'~' olN'Il(E & CO,
REHfroms MIlling's MtlW?' K Jsa'j~5ot,
5onat 6 pn, ~ ~ n
rilui n ,i
lussi l 'l s,
(b rt.' tiig
s aMedicines, an i
KHTCil N. e NAl.STi t & !itic:-1, cill
fill. alei oni ot' the publ;ie to) their new
stoick of dloods V %Nhichl (Ihe abo1ve frm~-j ft
pat ?~ LN I EeN
U S T R N A E I V A L S .
300 ushie I.1
PRIME WHITE CORNT,
Meal and Horning
loceived weekly I'rom Catheart's cdill.
Rm ., PLENNIKEN.
4 e 1,1 c ,% iw.ly icnrig uld osI
2u Piece I leavy sa i-mdl .n :1 ..
I doz. C e --l X. 11,. i 1, _. . er
Superioroartioo of ac tor Che..Saoljj
LIr o ust ureceo e Chb y bol.
We arel lonsai r et i vi ng'il di es
our htock on Genral .\derch riie, a onwl
belway prepare of snu pply Ihe ants (o
cohe, eo a l he d Iowes aC rooies. c
(bino 1 i~~ e i j. &iy hots
I LOdaT, of r Armaindc l F i , lchnap
a nic certan re. or.hls ''yabtl
J'ro de ir i. Win . it ::P~oRT.~
lc ar e ion ht n xand four snir, a hcom
purchsidok of Fn iy an Panaton.r
Chlrnsowa ns an oys nots
Jfee une -iy Famjwetiad ln.to
Ldwrt,ior kind Salsh od
PeWLrsos eirino aby0 the boh arin.
Hoes and Inve.o ein ouwidk beford
ofurasn bl p10hrie. Th iinao
Barown'r rspctal Iite ocl,
WIrriVs Niigel,0 YR'n, idS.ddl,
)1ralvwy andhioo thae s
ILEI ST~ .ApLE.o, 'Afo' og
. st, orm Cof xtra Sino Kentuckya
irssandlls T hey ' w ill b disrph osed
of da , raoalt rcs h iioso
FairTOld ar respe ST ful initdRJcl &
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AVINO recently enlarged my 8tre, I
now offer to iny customers and the
pthile teerally, it largo stock of GrocefieF,
Wvinep and Al ,inre,
tosrist.NU IN I'AuT OF
Pugal'a, Coffees, .lolasses. Mackeret in
LiP and iarrehm, Lardi in buckets and hnr.
re+4, Chepn, jice, ';oie of all gra es,
IT, Slid 1. Peppr, $iic, Nutmneg, :x.
tract, Cadid, S Srdinv-s Cr--nkere,
Smoking nn-i Chei'ing Tub teco, Cigars,
* 1iciy Pipiee, Cantdy, Pie'kls, Sueue, ernu .t
Goods. Wooden Wnro. [in Wt'e, &c. ' eine
QJ lve mid Corn Whiskey, Apple, Ginger,
llintckberty Utanoy, 1R.mo, Al Perli anud
Oii. Siherry (tl Pot . Wirie, .10 csses
chniiedin Shn.pIS. Al.. a 10t of ffedh
lnrs. ii s:w low r ,. eait iv
It J. 1ccAiiiLLM
ini.1,t.ted it tlie fo.r work, n : re
;ested to cmo up and settle, a fiu
tIhr idulgence will not be granted.
All watuelis nil paill for by the 1st of
Dveceniber, will be .ulb tov tih work ioic on
h1t'-11. 4.11At1,LN8 MULLElR.
hov5 1-1 im
SPLENDID STOC E
FALL AND WINTER
RECEIVING THIS WEEK.
We Always keep oile of the nrgest
Stochs of Dry Goods, lats, Shoes and
Clothing, in the rlaces and doh't
mehain to be unlidersold by any oo.
LADD 0 BROS. &.CO.
O Y S TE R S.
E. W. OIlever & Co's.
d& Wh~oro ideale eltta bb hadu at tAll
1l hve r'eceitied lin aditi onal bienef
i 4nck pf chioico Fnmily Groceriese
dwhi iWe ill'er ont liberal Termis.
17 Ilbris. C R1. lea,
r5 doi Amoked Shoulders,
8 lihds, It. Siude,
4 do BIkik Metau
5 TirI~etO Sdgar Curecd llama;
Vi'iiii New York.
n0I BbIs..'lour, 10 bhis. Sugntt,
10)00 l1..F binllyhad
lOshen lUtiltel-, .\',* llubkwheoni,
Irish Poniitoes, Olen Syrup; .
Oyrstersj lTi'tid, M:timlon, in cans;
Cuimpsnu's Rolled GrIst. caln, &o
New Iie, Jimybr Itaiins.
00 lNils Mackerel No 1, 2 and 30
ls nned caska "Extra" do,
llbla, iahndd Snlmon. lnlibn.
I'hI-ned Beef, Pickled Tongt.b
otn 22 BACT & Cd.
E1 h~ ave received ff-om Netv lot ifoly,
ValIgrge stock of (Jroceries, &c., con.:
s ,ling of--$nigare, Coffees , Maclserol, M9.
lasses, Candles, Rotta, 0t(4840, sahag, Tent,
86da hiseit, fuifdieg. Cloven, Alspleo, Cidt.
niamon1 (lirger, Blaokpopper, arnd lot of'
cauined goois; lIardlware, f'inware, Powdet'
Shot and Lonai, Crookdiiy aind (Oldssward,
Lenther, Flour all gratdes, Oheilng add
Rfnokihg 'Tobacco, and Segaire..
Med's, boys, and chidren's Bodie dd
Shoes. Also a stell Aelebted stocotl fisdb
Mnd'aClothing, tlry Google, Anld many othett
artloloa, too numnerous to menition, l
and see fot' yourselves. ~We are ofe'd
our gotods loir for ossh t
not 18- MeINTYM '.
PIATE AND TRANSIEt
-O 140 ad. Easi 4/Passesger As
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