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'hn can look forth on the beautiful wotHl,
to all its bright glory and grandeur unfurl
1Oa the broad (a-,c of naturno on radiantly
Aul not see religion displiyed everywhere.
Tie written on the s1iy. ind in every star,
I bioues with a raditice, n, changes can
'Tig spread out lilke laugrngA on the.broaJ
And o'er its calm sutnuhiue no shad'ows can
'It raises the spirlt from the region of earth
fo e Ueavou above, to a nobler birth,
It rspreads its sweet inflcuce forever
'III! the sol, 1ot too hrrheonil, itq r$euro
'fis a t'right shining light to the christian a
Whl~o the promise eternal of glory ho
'tit teb conqueror of death and it lamp of
Which miakes that dark refuge unclouded
Oh. sad is the heart where rehgion hath
Or wkere 'tis o'er shadowed by feelings of
rearrul Indeed iA the travel r'e lot,
Who enjoys life's blessings while the giver's
Dt, sbouldat thou p->ssess this bright jewel
Fourish it and guard it with reverence and
-Cherish it and trust it with lovo in the
'Tie a halo ->f glory that will never depart.
Ir)tr>.tr, Dsc I:NBFR 12, 1870,
1 EN AT ;
I be Senate met at *12 in.
A bill to maho apprupritions for
the per diem and mileage of members
of the Genrel Asembly was reported
by the Comwmittee or Engrossed Bills
and read tho third time.
The Coulnitteo on Finance report.
ed unfavorably on a resolution to
provide the adjustment of the Fire
Jlayno gave notice of a bill to re
peal the Aot ostablishing the con
A resolution was received from
the Hous8, to appoint a comnittoo
to investigate the affairs of the Con
stabulary Depaitment. Referred to
Committee on Retrenl- ments.
Cardozo gave notice of a bill to au
thoize the State to support inmates of
the Lunatic A sylum, instead of the
Counties, as heretoforo.
Oroone introduced a bill to amend
an Act to abridge and siinplify the
rules, practice and pleading in the
Courts of the Sate ; also, a bill to
extetnd the jutriidict-ion of Probate
Judged ; which were ordered for a
second reading to morrow.
Greene introduced a joint resolu
tion to authorize the Attorney-Gene.
ral to employ assistauco in certain
suits now pending, and to make
an appropriation to pay for the same.
A bill to amend so much of an
"Act to rovise, simplify and abridge
the rules, practico and pleading in
the Courts of this State," as pertains
to the Third, Fourth and Fifth Cir
'uit of the State, received its secondI
reading, and was referred to the
Committee on the 'Judiciary. 'ii
Reports (majority and nminority)
of the Comm aittoe on Public Lands on
resolution of Gee. F. McIntyre, con
current resolution from the House of
Representativos, andtt concurrent reso.
lntion of E. S. J. Hayes, relative to
the appointmetit of Committees to ez
amine tbe affairs of the Land Commie
sion, and also of the State TIreasurer,
with power to s;entd for persons and
papers, were presented. Hiayes' roe
lutiou was adopted.
A resolution to require the Com
mittee on Charitable Institutions to
investigato all matters pertaining to
the same and report, was ndopted.
The Senate then adjourned,
HOUSE OF REPRIESENTATI'VES.
The House met at 12 in.
Hlurley announced to the House.
the death of Daniel Kinsler, metmber
from Liexington, and mioved that the
House now adjourn until to-morrow
at 12 mn., in respect to his memory;
and that a commit tee be appointed to
draft resolut ions.
The Hlouse then adjourned.
TUIsDAY, D.ui-:Mnun 13 1870.
The Senate mot 12 mn.
Nash presented the petition of the
officers of the College of South Caro
lina, for a grant of $9,650, in consid
eiration of services.
Whittemore introduced a bill to
amend "An Aot to define the jurisdie.
tion and regulate the praetiee of Pro
Hlayne introduced a bill to repeal
the Act establishing a State Po
Wimbush introduced a bill to
amend "An Act to revise, simplify
and abridge the rules of practice, &o.,
of the ('ourts of the State."
A resolution to direot the Commit
tee on Privileges and Elections to in
(quire as to the eligibility of D?. T1. (Cor
bin to a soat in the Senate was with..
drawn, and a substitute adopted,
The Senate then went into execu
tive session and adjourned.
MOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVYE~S
The I~ouse mot at 12 mn.
W ilkes, from the Judioiary.- Com
mIttee, reported a bil to repe al so
muohof the law as prohibits clerkas,of
cer6s.from practling law, and recomn
monding that it .50 net ,pass. . lid
over for a second reading. Also a
resolution to prepare a bill[ to tedue
the pay of County Oomnaissioners and
other offier,.nd repoisamended that
it b ref tret ,the Sem~inttee on
Donni'gtave notice of a bill to pro
vide for the better -prototion of 1
against danger from steam boilers.
A bill to regulate the system of Jl
was referred to the Committee
Labor and the Committee on tho JT
Levy presented the memorial
the Charlestom Chamber of Commoi
against the repeal of the usury law
Referrod to the Committee on Wa
and Means. Also, introduced a bill
oompel County Treasurers to rece
County orders for taxes. Rad a
Yoeumu introduced a bill to re
late the manner of drawing jurt
RPferred t.o the Couimitt.oee on the J
Trleton introdueoud a bill to p
vide for the protuetioa of the po<
Ueferred to the Committee on t
Humbert introduced a bill to p
vent persons charged with crime fr
being tried when absent from Cou
Referred to the Committee on t
Garoy introdutce a bill to prev
and punidh vagrancy.
Garey introduced a bill to regul
contracts for farm labor. Referred
the Committee on Labor.
Sellers gave notice of a bill
amend "An Act to provide for i
keeping in repair of public highway
approved March 1, 1870.
Roedish gave notioa of a bill
alter "An At to abridge and sin
lify the rules and practio- of t
Courts of the State."
Goodaon introduced a bill to p
bibit exorbitant protilta on salo
retail dealors and others. Refurt
to the appropriate committee.
Mobloy introduced bills to ropc
"An Act to establish a Polico ;"
ferred to the Committee on Milita
A lso, to repeal "An Act to establi
a State police," and to authorize t
Governor to call out the militia; i
ferred to the Committee on Militar
Also, to prohibit the peddling
a rdent spirits. Also, offered a reso
tion that the Sergeaut-at-A rmis hb
the gallery and steps covered wi
suit ablo matting. Adopted.
Nuckles introduced a bill to a
thorize County Commissioners of c
tain Counties to levy a special tu
Referred to the Committee on Wa
Frost gave notice of bills to c<
solidate the offices of Land Comm
sioner and Commissioner of Agric:
tural Statistics. Also, to securo
County officers the payment of th
dues by County Treasurers.
The Senate sent to the House a 1:
to provido a salary for the Lieut,
ant-(Aovernor ; referred to the Co
mittee on* \Vays and Mecans. Al
a bill to make an appropriation
the payment of miloage and per di
of members of the Goueral Assemb
and other expenses ; referred to i
Committee ou Ways and Mew
A Iso, a messago informing the IIou
that joint resolutions to investign
the claims of school-tenchers, and
appoint a committee to investigate I
affairs of the Land Commission, w<
laid on the table. Also, a resoluti
to appoint a speoial ^ommittO to
vestigato the matter of the Land Co
A communication was received fri
the Land Commissioner, stating tI
he will submnit his report as 0oon
possible ; which was receivedl as inf
A bill supplementary to an I
entitled "An Act to a uthorizo
ministrators, executors and oti
fiduciaries to sell certain evidences
indebtedness at public sale, and
comprise in certain cases,"
ordered for athird reading.
The Judicial vindication of t
young lady clairvoyant in Bridgep<
Conn., who wias arraigned under c
of the old blue laws of that State
fortune telling, is likcely to prove
great comfort to Spiritualists, M
morists and the believers in prevaili
socialism generally. It seems1
young lady foretold events truly, a
thirteen credible witnesses take or
to the fact. The Judge held tl
the statuto evidently applied
fraudulent prophets and vagrar
and with that view of the case he<
charged the accused. Under the
blue laws, as originally administer
the young lady would certainly hi
been burned as a witch.-New Y
A party of hunters in Styria, A
tria, found a whole family of wild nm
concealed in a mountain cave.
consisted of a man, a woman -
three children, who were utterly nal
but covered with dense hair. TI
could not speak, but only uttered
intelligible sounds. The cave tl
irthabited was in an almost inacece
blo part of the mountain, and t1
must have lived there many yes
They were taken to a neighbor
town, and ef'orts are being made
improve their condition.
"Neck Tie Parties" have dawc
in the rural, districts,. A neck
party is one *here each lady attei
ing the party makes a neck tic of
same material as the dress she wes
These are taken to where the pa
is to be held and placed in a b
WVhen the gentlemen arrive, each<
must go to the bag arnd take out
neck tie, and it is his duty to a
upon- the lady during the eveni
who wears the dress corresponding
material with the neok tIe. '1
Walt-flowers find. It a splendid way
strike an average.
Judge Fisher, of the United sta
Cbrcuit Court of Mississippi, new
hsusion at Panola, has decided tha
white man living with a coloreda
man was, under the latws, her h
band. 'These is a- great fintterni~
ifo New Advertisements,
>or A Supoib Subscription Book,
Cuba with Pen and Pencil.
A complete mantual of travel, yet, as intet.
of eatiug as a novel.
FRESH, ULL AND RULIABLJ]!
So Competition .', !
20 M14gnificont, 'ull-Fago Engravinga
to .) 293 o11n91 tILL1.1TnATIrieo
yo Of exeodingly interesting and v iried char
noter, inany of them lh morouis All about
fu the principal cities of the latl, the bathai
andi watering places, bull fightR cock-figbtcs
,u- and carnival. Street rght. in Hiavanit.
ra. Culturn and Manufacture of r-o'Je, sogtar
rTact a .d Fun ! tat.stio ani Ai ior,turo
ar. -rm ni 1 :-M.n:s ro .,v:t u s
ho Iartford Pubing Co., 1 I, 7Conn.
Publishera ofGtose', .lt--ty of the Bible,'
re. Mrs. Eileb's "Conet CirTlei of the liepub
MIn lie. ' Vc.
rt. DOI'T WATE TIME AND LABOR
he by using up an out %xj. i ' -1n.
Lippincott and Bahwell. Pii'storgh, Pa.
int and Itey w-l s(1d a t i., op .c. xpt va
Sage paid. ll:11lf:i ihy L, .st in griniihu will
tIhus be savel.
to IE TH' - , 11T \ )
18 9.m' B u.11, I UT .\1 .li
to BeLSA -.1M. '" I*ri- ..:d 'ninwird reintedv tor
be Coughs, :*1* C'' ':1 1"11 mn '' be! t
Pter.' Cotler fr-s a o . Boatsn
UHERRY Pj:iTORAL TROOHF,11
o Aro miuperior to all olhora for .,.hj. colds,
lp* Rasthil:. ifrolscle11 ;knd L,'m1g d if'l --11| ic6. awo
he. extu.dtngiy p.ibtable. hiave~ tsani ofI that
nautieatinlg horrible ( ibeh tiei are very
soothing ani neitt hie ' chat Il. ,lmilisteo.,
Mlgett. a il pub11li' '1p-arkers will fiid they
1)y are especinily adapilt o tOh vwe. hold
er by Druggists A iio
I V'81 TON' V-'. V.) CC, ) 1, 1 ;I' O/,
a for consimptiona .in i ntolula: nu no other.
.~ UPHAM'S DEILATORY rOWDEtt.
y- Itemlove. supliv Ilio., h1-til ill fue m inut e
ah wit Iliour inji 1 y to G : kill. t hy ilai,
h or $1.25
e. U'P'l 1.112 A i- .y l f
Y. 1 lhev e ot Violnt. in-j.,Nn Ir- ill five
f :iIt and elleCs it Iseely curte. Price
$2 bvy mtail
yo --I $'-'-y'11,.
Color the wiers and .I Ii ri a b/eau.ti fu
l1):icki Or browit. It con'si of tily one
, prel-arail on. 77 e s ~ inail. AthMre:
-l' S. C P17'/I. L , No 721 .1yn e It V hi t l i
3r- adelpi, llP Cir Pa. 6cbrs sclt Iree. Sold by
.. alt Druggists.
' AT3 atigno and Parado
1ItE CA PS. tis &. f various
nl- tyles, at the old matniltoery-t, 1.13 Grand
s. street, New York. Wt :ublished 13i. Send
for circulars. C.1 li'YS .j /11O., sueces
to sors to [I. T (Gratnioap.
air $30 A DAY sure. L TI'TA & CO , Pi'ts
ROY.ALI HO'AVA. 10,IT"f .
Prizes cashed and inftormt1011 ion furnished
b~y twGEUilA i, Pro)videncve, V. 1.
slo, .- - - - - -
or $$ A l~eki SalaJy !
m1 Yon imen wantel as locial and traveling
qlleshel. Address ( wi ith stam1) 11.
W ALKE1, 3 1 l'ark How, N. Y.
80 Forced to grow ill six weeks. Receipi
te sent for 60 conta. A ddress . P'erry, 3)
to I'ark Row, New York.
lie ' .
"r Agents! Read This !
n WE WILL PAY AGENTS
n' A salary of $31) per week, and expenses, or
- allow a large commission to sell our now
Invetionp. Addre m 'M. Wagner & CO., Mar
t, EIULOYA1I1N il.R A LL.
SR$30 S A LAltY i"er week, an~d expenses,
r patid Agents, to sell outr new a nd us~eful dis5.
coveries. A dilr-ess H!. S W l iT & Co., Mar
et shtal, Mileh.
Nd 1fWENDI Al. 1 AMINT.- nemi: al
cr 1,baysical and Netrous Debtlity., iis effects
of andi cutre Price 25 cents. Adldress Seer'o
to tar'y, Mustetimiof Aaatomy, t 18 Braday
.a New York. rawy
A1 ('egya, yiereiig in Southi
Ameren s anussonay, iscovered a safo
)rt anid imple remedy fotr lie cutre of Nervou~s
no 't c'akness, Eaurly Decay, Diseasea of the
~or Urinnry nnd Semnintal Organs, anti tite
a whole -.rain of disorders brought Otn by
baneftn nnd v'icious. habits. Ortent ntn bers
have been eured by tis tnoblo remedy.
ng Promp~ted by a desire to hettefit the aflicted
he and unfortunate, I wvili sendl the recipe for
uid preparing anti andl using thtis inedicine, in
Ut a sealed onvelope, to any 'ane who needs it,
Free of chtarge. Ad-Ilreas .t)SErli1 T1. IN
tMAN, Station D), BItblo llottse, New York
ts, ----- ----- ---.-- ....
dP. P. TOAL)
voCHARLESTON, 8. (U.
ng 23*i" FLargest atd noi t cotmplete %g
to iy" IManufaetltry oft Ioorj, S-ith.%
to'" eos, lindme, .\lonlingt~s, &c.,,-g
t@" ile Sournt tates~~l u. J 'mgi
ed Prilti Price lIk Ilefirs Conupetil ioil,
tio 2&y- SEND FO't (ONK. -yjg
rR. - - ______
rt The Last Sensation!i
o [UST received ai fr'esh sutippy of FInG
a )Du rhamn Sroking Tiobiaccn, Con~nec
Oysters, Shrimps, iuklesi, Stare-h, ('nffee,
Sulgar, LIard,CaRtes, 'Tatble Salt, Flour. Soap,
ug Liverpool Salt, Checao, Candles, '8hoes,
in Croekory, Tinwar'e, Mlolaaes, Stationry,
'ho lardware, Dry Goode, &o., which'we offer
to tow for cash. J1. Mc[NTYRE~ &,00.
ts ANOTHER SUPPLY.
iln ILVER SOAP, S polIo, Arrow Root,
t a K)Worm Cotieetio ., Soitot' Ajerlent,
yo. Condensed Milk, (lelatine, Soothting rup,
us &lue Mss, Toilet :Powder, ,Starh Soap,
higo., so., at
KETCHIN, MeilaST1R & BRTOc,
Fr.w Yot, August 15th, 1808.
Allow me to call your attention to my
Preiparatiol of Cout poun1d Ex I raclt
The coiptnent parlts are BUt!cHi. t.ONG
LE.\P, CUB BElS, JUNIPER mitiI:ES.
Nioir. lr l'WP r 1 0N.--Buchu, in va.
cur. .Atmiper irries. by distillation, to
formain tine gill. 'heb. extracted by di.;
pinceelnent with spirit, obtainled from11 Jun0
put tierries; very litIle sugar is used, and
Soa!! propordon of spirit. It. is more
palatable thin any nov: ill lbse.
P3iehu. as prep;%-ed by Driggit s, hs of n
hich -c r. It in it plant. that( e lita it
fragranee; thIe netioll of a flamo detrys
this (it aictivo principl), leaviii; a darlk
and11 glutinous detcntielt. Nitle is li. color
t iiigrediente. Th11 chu in my prepat ra
ilt predoininutaler: tihl sialliti-f quint? it y of
t Ie t1 her irlelitints nre tdldd, to prevelt
fernentation , upon lit.pe-t ion, it will be
round nlot tit be a Tinctulre, as limdo inl
P hiarminie0 . nor is it a Syrupls-an11d
th11rfmo can ie tind inl cases wheret. fever
or iirflatntalioni exist. li this, ytuit have
the knowlIdgei of tle iigrelientp and the
modc ofr preparatiol.
lioping that yoit will favor it. With n fri
al, anld that ilnit ilhipcetioln it, wil ioet
with your approbti(.,
vith A feelintg of Contfilenep.
Salt, very respect fully,
I11. . I' 1- ,()1 1.1),
Chemtinat 11nd(l lUriggist.
of 16 Years' Experience.
[From tho Largest Manufacturing Chem
ists in the World.] f
Nonrstunr:n, 4, 18154. il
"I nm neqainted with aIr. 11T.T. Ibt.a.i- by
in 1.1 he occupied the l~rug Store opposite t V
my resite.ce. and was stuccessfiul in1 Con1- thi
duct ing the business where others hadl not
hecn quially so benfore himl. I have beel
faiivorably impressed with his charcter atid of
WI I.I I W i1 TAAN, ani
Firml of Powers & %k eight main, ra
Mlanufac u ring (lCemitis, ltht
Ninth anl Brown streets, l'hilaidelphia. Pd
Hlolmnbold's Fluid Extract o Buh-in
eq the rellt. speciny for Univeralt io,astitt,
Phrosrtin, or, Itt tin ajtule t
The coestituti oni ono afectt w it Or
tnnicWeaness orcheuf ie.h i f d-a
eielt rtretermdinvigoraom th sys..em
dim.athich ariP.ifrmlbi ofT (ltiACT BU-l do
sIlpUoingml toe. unpfant randmentgs er
o sbmittet, Consumpin oerysany of
UH olmbold's h lid Extract f u
Innctospclir toFmls' s;u
equalleddbyeaey othere prpratio, as tinr
Co oor, meite nion, ainflanes ore
stpressheii tn Csany tvpauntions
oU forkte or cirrna Stt'fteUeuIIi
Titmos ffeingd Etract brokedon and
deictec prltuonei poe ahetmey S
Wile raderl exterminbe fro the systeme
dlgiseay ariin fro habitk of iipaboioniA
a i exns, ItIletitlor ec thng boi iet,
ntinn emen e hoer epsro.oplt
oas Dremeies, CopLa BOnd MXrCy in l
those istengrasDo rei.
nl a by dise sts fteverw nr., whether
esing pen botle, or 6females from $ha.e0. .
odelor"eday" adrns Dction, andmporo
trenthIng tanoman fterprain
atoc. TStIJ BO D
T6erodo mutbeadwaro Newt howeve
Nogh naybete artcko thuie aoeda
eaeit icran to-il.o afec he bdly arhouse, -
a 1DhtrT. HELBO LETRC BU
CHpUis th8 gea - ueto
* i RII
B a ff and
I a I C
IILCOX, GIBBS & CO., ta
Ittiporlord iluld Dettlels inl Men
I /-11 1,1:11,1Lte $
8 tiny .1, Savannah. 2,11 Ilroa I t., Au- City o
lista, Ga.: 1t; )hst thay Chuiarlstton, . C. -
JNO. P. MAlTTI EWS, ,ir. at I
6y) l-'or tIiher infornalion apply Or
dres t na tavo hur pamphlet.
kyer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposos of a Laxative Us,
Perhanoonemed- ing (,I
cin isso universally
ret qIrect by every. co'np
body as a cathartic, Sofas,
nor wat ever any be. Iaed 8
fore So tiniversally
adolpted Into use, In l'
every coantry antI every
aoamng all classes, a Li: e.
this itld bit Cicient I
)urgative Pill. The
obvious reason is, and s
that It Is a more relia. oct
- blo and far more of.
ual remedy than any other. Those who have
ad it, know that it ctred then; those who have c
, know that it eures tleir neighbors and friends;
Stall know that, what it does once it does al
.ys - that It nuvc lails through any faultl or neg.
ctofitscomposition. We havotholusansiluaIpon
tmaands otcertilleates of their rearitkable curce
tihe following conmlmaints, blut stch cretr are
own n every neighborllhood, nand we need not
blish them. Adalpted to all ages and conditions
Ill climates; containing ucither calomel nor any
letorious drug, they may be taken with safety
anmybody. TI eir stigar-coating preserves thetm
3r tresh,aand makes them plasant to take, while
ng pikrely vegetable, no harm can arise from
ir ulse in any quantity.
'hey operatl by their powerfl in flunmnco on the
urnal viscora to puritV tho blood and Stinulate
nto healthy action -remove the obstructions 7)
the stomacal, bowels, liver, and other organs of .
body, restoring their irrcgtlar taction to lcalth,
I by corrething, wherever they exist, such de.
agoments as are the first origin of disease. Tih
linuto directions are given In the wrapper on .
box, for the following complaints, which these publi
lUs rapidly cure.- I heir
'or yspepsia or Indigestion, lAntlesm* cih ase
as, masta guo1r alnd Jioss of Ap tetite, they
tul be t(akn moderately to stitmat ate the itonla
a, and restore Its healthy tone and action.
or .Liver C orn ant and Its Various symp. combthi
ae, 3lhlima II eatlalse, Mick IEead -
Ie, J aic or Green Mickness, uli. singu
us ColIc andtal Ilhout heversthey should 1nt1on1
Judiciously takon for each case, to correct the ont jre
Osed action or romove the obstructions which
Wr Ilynenitery or liarroeen, bit one
lit lose Is genlertally required. is plir
orisounsaan, etoast, Grattel, Pal. te t.t
Ettonofth tert, Patn ist trae
ala', litack anda Iaoina, theoy shouhtll be conatin-.
imsly takcen, as requairedl to chanage time dilseaaedl lahey
It of lim syattamn. 'm3 itha snela cantge thtose best a
or 33ropAy and Wa~pta wlig e am ph
roducoi thte efleet of a dastica matgo, e
ra Mupp retsston a laargo (ose shouald be boa' ~
eta as it, produices theo destredl effect by sym. al
tas a Dlannerm Pill, take oea or twvo Pnil to w
>moto digestion~ anal relieve theo stomacha. A
tan Occtatonaal donse stimuaalates the stonmach anda 2
wais inta lhealhy actioni, restores thec apjpetite, oura'10
:I inavigorates thme sytem. Ihence it is onena ad- aa~
'tngeousa where nao serouts oeranageament exists, .
e wh'lo feels tolernbity well, oftena finds thaat (a li 1U
se of thmese Pills amakeas him feel dleciadedlly bej feel io
,rn't theair cleansaing andu rentovatinig effect on
aldigestive aappaaratuas. Ee
a' J. C. Ai V ER & CO., Praceticai Chemuis~t., W e
J4OWELL. MASS., U. 8. A. W iot
>ct 10)-dy pa lii
ranlIilsIusE 1811 . JLwe:
)0KSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
ItlGESTL A NO BE'ST ASSORTED STOCK
an ihoi city of
anndt rAw, anad D)E.rAu.
inmmenaso spmlply, of Gieneral, Bank and
Illank Books nmaade to ordet in any sI)yle
Binadmag andl Raling
Thmo sam'o carefual Allcntiona given to
to Persontal Puasaes.
JANSIDE FF0OUlES AL WA YS.
Sendi for Catalogumes, &c.
WEORGE A. IB0WMAN, Agent,
037 King St., Oluarleston, 8. 0.
EEP'Sconstantly on handl a large nnda wel
selected sleek of Carpeting, 0O1 Ciothl,
alting, Rutgs, Door Mlatq, &c., &c. Such
are usually foundaa in a farrst class Carpet
>ro nov 10
REEDER & DAVIS,
moriaI Commission Merelhants, 3
'Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
etrnt~s ntn.vnnn, 3ntER3aAN DAVIS.WA
fM. SHEPHERD3 & CO.,
No, 24 Ilayne St., , Ciarlcston, S, V,,
OKING STOYES, RANGES and flEATING
Plctures of Stoeue, with prices and die' ti
ptlona, will be scat upon application, Oni
une 80-ly_______ Publit
M[ORE FLOUR !! F
iRE011 from Milling's Mall. A large lot Add
of Good Family Floor, Sho'rts and done
londs, at MoINTYR E & CO.
mug 18 ,.
Latest Quotations of
CHIARTLESTON, S. C,
Corrooted Weekly by
kor and Broker, Xo. 25 Broad St.
Novenber 4, 1870.
ri: n -Sonith Car tollina, ol
o, -w,---Q('A do, registere
ex int- (a 618
1.n1OAi SuoiiiA-('hcailotte, Culhtinbi
tagnataI,- (fi 40: (r en1villt, and('
t, 2 ; N riiet stern, ' , S:.
Ii an0ld Chairl12 stIIn, 31 : S ufI II ( : Ir i n:
.ishares) 41 efll, (hilcf ('o) '1.
HOIlTn CABOi I:.A nA.K 1ii.1..
of ('hCarle-t , - -.
of eogein, ;i:,
of SoIuth iCarolina,
of Chest er., I I(
oI fIambu rgI I- (
(of S i ie of "'C. prior I1o 1I . ; -ivi
of sla: te of S. C. issu I
lr nid (.\lc anies' l11uk
le's lk of' (:larlestlon, (
i liik of Ch r1la(fto (6c,
west ern R R Bank, CharleI
west r 11 R lin!i, C chrls
( ie wV) -r
Blhok o (!'h c - I (n, 'I( .
I and Exclanigo linnk of
et cii a ick of (l''uii, i'c.
Vant'si Vaink of VI'her1n , 7(ii.
-cr BI lk of I i r C ie lI,
of S. I'. Vl1114 Heceivable, 'uiJ
I, Carilestonl Change Hl; ,m
P!s marcitk(eI 1:11us (') are 1eing, re, lee
Illh, Bank Counters of chel.
('AP1 FURNTUl E
T, ceive.1 direct from Ihe bvA fait,
is of New York atid lloston. Cotil.
'1Ie lIosewool ar.d Chesiut cnik
ito M lhogany ald Walinut Bureani
Divani, Parlor Clairs. Stain, &c
te:il and Ci irs f (if t een dif'ere;
Ps0e, Wcrdrobe'. Saloon Tabcdiles ii
Iing ui'ually kept. in the 1'urniini
which we proll. se to sell u4 cheap :
houliight sillnyw:erte in ihe Statie. Cr
JuIIN MclNT'YE & G,1.
y-rive iirst Prize Medah A wuded
mu Knabe &% Co
MRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIUIT
so Inst rumenti s have been before 11
fo Co'nrly Thirty Years, 1%ld npt
cxcellence alou attained tin iniun
I pre-eml inence, wiliiet pronounic
nies PPa poi wer. swoct ness and fit
g Inality, ns well as great. purity
riien and Sweetiess throughont i
nut. and lastic, ami ntiiiiely free fro
flnesas fiunnid ini so inaniy ianitos
itn nntequtalled, usinig biut the t
t:A so!xKl) t.vr e nciiu., t he Iliige ciapit
yed in outr b~iuse enacbling 1us
,ont i nnally an h nmenise stock of luni
All our Squaicnlt . iA o' have~ mc
cmproed Oi'erstrungu Seale acid ti
'We would cacll rpocial alent ionI
te imiprov'eents ini (IRA NI) P1IAN(
QUJA RIE GR.\ANDS), PA'r-N~cn A tot
60i, which brinag the' Piianonteairer pe
ii thtin hias yet beeni atttained2(.
y/ I'ian~o F'ul/y Warritni'd for 5 Yharsc
hatve madio arcrcaineets for thce Soc
EsuAit cLis NoY for tihe 1i:0si c('elebrctc
.01R ORGANS AND: M EIol)EON|
we offer, W~htolescali and Relacii,
WM. KNAIWE & CO.,
13.-6m JBaltimore, Md.
.S ND VOR A CIRUAI
Twoo .Dollarsa per Annum,
'AGES READING MATTER.
GKECR, EVANIS & COGSW)ELL
D. WYATT AIKEN,
SUBSCRIIBE~ TO TIHE
of Choice Reading, Comicali
es, Puzls Engmnas, &c.
/' 50 cents por Annumi, ins advanco -
hed at, Charleston, S5. C., by
ress as above, with name and roe
plainly written or to
Messrs. BlOTNEST & MARThIN,
9 Amenr. Mthly. m..:te
f1111(i U1A - AMEICfAfN HIALTI[
REi"S1TOlEl, purifies lie blood
and cu'res scrofula, syphilis, "'kin Dia
eases, Rheumatism, Diseases of Wo
mch, and all Chronic Affections of lhe
mood!, Liver and Kidneys. Recoi
tiended by the Medical Faculty and
many thousands of our best citizens.
IR -1d 1. - est iiony of Plysicias and
Spal is who have used Rtosadatilia; send
I for our lonadalis Guide to llealth Book
uo Alauana: for this yea-, which we
publih for- gatuitou. diftI-ibut ion ; it
will give you m tch valuablo informa
- I. R. %V. Carr, (if Baltinore, qam
k0akepleasure in r- comieniding youa'
hR-a:biite a. Taery powerful altrti ive.
A i have 'ven it tied inl two ca-es with
hiappy resils - -ne inl a case of secotit.
try yphilis. i wh i i he patient pro -
nt ouicel i himtN'lf cired after having
ikenl five hl)33tIh'l of Your Iliciliciite.
I The other is a ease of serofula of long
n iIg, which is rapid'y impirovinA
unuder its ue, and fhe indications aire
hait 11he potilent will soon recover. I
have cnrefillly examined the formulA
A which y u 11 osadalis is mllade, anid
Ad it. nil ePx.elenta compounaed of alier:
Dr. Sparks. of Nicholtvsville. IRy
- says heas tat used llIhsadalia in cases of
Set-of ula and Second a-y .Syh llili wi lli
-fsaiisfaclory results-as a clennser of
1he Blood I know no better remedy.
Samuel G. lc .'adden, Murfreesboro,'
In ave used seven bottles of Rostadal
is, atnd am entirely cured of Rhumna.
tiHnmn ; bend me1 jour hot tlIes, as I wish it
for any brother, who has scrofulous sore
Betjamin Beclitc1, of ia, Ohio,
writ es, I have atif'ered for twenty years
1with -an inveterate eruption over my
whole bolly ; a short time since I pur
clisel a botte of Rosadalis and it or
feeted a perfect cure.
Roi-adalis is sold by all druggists.
Laboratory, 01 Exchango Place, Ba
- :I imore. Dns. CLEMllENTS & CO.,
ay I)19 -ly Prop tietors,
Fertilizers I Fertilizers t
. VI N secured the Agenacy for Fair
i tlid ('ounty for fhe following Fertili
s11lbile Paillie (lunato,
inai gh's iaw ionte StTl'et' -*'htssphiat e,
it Ih. CarolinaFett ilizer,
Al Illmn-es' Stliper - l'h.sphantt,
rle Or billa ftunnio,
,1 .110 ind A 1)1 no3 liated.
Compouind Acid Phospitto of Limt, fot'
co11,postiig with3 cottot !!el
Ant Z-1I's Anitnoniated Botie Ssper.
I am nlow prepired to sipply my frindis
withl anay of tie nhove as low as the sames
c-an lie pirchase l in any otir mat
0 ki wiith Freighi and lrnynge added. Call
at i1ny sto f and get elrcirlars descriptive of,
thecir r'epecive- mcirits.
JINO. 11. CATiCAllT.
feb 1, 1870
r tIE Notes aid Accontts of'th late firm of'
LThloampson & Woodward if not by paid
the Ist of Deconiboj, will be placed in tha
IadllS of at A ft tor'rey or collection.
''Ilt)MPS N & WOODWARD.
a nov 19
ir e'ry and Sale
8 ~TAI3LE ME
le A, F, G 0D IN G,
WII, recehe on or abotti the 26th in
mi - 8at, a lot of Extra Fino Kentuck
Itorses aind Mlules. 'They will be dlisposetI
of at r'ensonable prices. Thte citizens of'
y Fair-flid aare respectfully intited to call and
o Car-riages, 1htggies., Wagons, and Saddle
t- lor ses ailways oan hand, to htire oan the most
iberal terms. aet 10
rr Wintansboa'o an-d F~tarfaild District, thaat I
r- haive aL full assortnmenit of Watchoes. Jewelry,
Clocks, Spectiaoles, &c., alwvays on1 hand,
an.t iill sell at the lowest prices, and would
r- especatfully ask the continuaance of the
31pata'onage of any old frietnds and cuastomer's.
All goods warr-atedI as repa'esenatedl. I am
j~'pearedl 1o do all kind of Watcht and Jew
elr'y work andl have always a good * tock.of
material oan hiand, and will guarantee Satis
faction, All work warr'aanted.
CII A I.ES MULLER,
.Seconid door fr'omn Col. Rion's 0Oh.0,
Aromatic Stomach Bitters,
A LO f rmti Schiedam Sohanapp:,
you will not regr'et it. Call at
oct. 13 II. W. DESPOR T1ES.
A LOT. OF' WINDOW SIIADES,
FURNITURE, .&o., &c.
Just received and for sale low for
Cash at McINTYRE &CO's,
1i'INil 01,D 1AMI1IY .M.CTORI and flyo
L W ItSK E YS ''te patrPat and best in mar
Ae." Also, a full stock of Rlecilfied Whise
keys, of all grades, always on handi and for
sale by II. W. b18PORlTES.
PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT
H. 1. MoMaster ,
WINNSBORQ, 8. 0.
100 yards Enat of Passenger Depot.
(oiLD FAsifloNPO PRICas.)
A LL personts duo us for Goods, rovis..
11olnts, &o , are not ifred to call andl set
tle b'y the l&th of Decoember and save cost,
as we are dotertained to tern all . aecounts
that are not, paid Fy that, time, over to- aws
attorney for eollect ion.
-- nov 26 MotNTVRE & 00.
T IlIOSE indebted to me wil plenise come'
Lforardl and settle before' the 20th of
December and mare coat, as Z u.ust have
money. . R. J. -Mf90RLEY.