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U_\tie Uixiiy News.
i SATURDAY MORN1N0, JULY 21, 18G6.
Tho New TCl ii ?<l >m >,t Italy and Its Heroes.
Eight years ago tho Peninsula of Italy consisted
of eight aovortifin and indi puiulcut Statos. Tho
union of all those vavioua 8tates under ono power
ful Govcrnmont has boon for years tho favorito
droam of a largo party among tho Italiane, and
tho traditional policy of Mio Houso of Savoy. It
wan in tho hopo of carrying out this scheme that
0ha.bl.E3 Albert, when tho revolution broke out
in Lomb&rdo-Vanetia in 1818, placed himself at
tho head of tho movement and marched with his
army into Lombardy.
Tho hated rulo of tho Austrians in the Peninsu
la Boomed about to bo broken, when two victorios
by Raoetsky over tho Sardinians and inBurgowts
turned tho scale and sootned to threaten tho very
existonco of tho Sardinian monarchy. Charles
Ai.iiKivr was forced to abdicate in favor of his son,
Victor Eman?kl. Tho Austrian hold upon Lom
bardy and Vonico seemod ?xod faster than over.
Meantime, revolution? in tho Papal States, in Na
ples, and elsewhere, wore likowiso put down and
wero followed by sovoro reactionary moasureB.
Victor Emanuel, on tho othor hind, had hoon
securing his position as tho Icador of tho party of
unity, by fostoring liberal institution?, while, at
tho ?amo time, ho had greatly augmented tho
material resources and foreign iniluenco of bis
kingdom, and had comontod an alliance with
Franco, to aid bim in his ultorior designs. Austria
took tho alarm, and urndo preparations for war.
Tho pooplo of Italy believed that tho moment of
national unity and regeneration was at hand; and
there was bittor disappointment when, after the
brilliant campaign of 1859, a penco was arranged
at Villafranca, whereby Sardinia became the pur
chaser of nearly all of Lombardy, except the im
portant fortresses of Posohiora and Mantua, for
tho sum of $12,000,000, whilo the rest of Lombar
dy and the wholo of Venice wero retained by
Since that time tho great question in Italy, up
to the present year, haB been tho disposal of Rome.
Tho day has seemod closo at hand when that city,
too, muet be added to the new kingdom of Italy;
but, nnexpoctodly, Austria has boon the first to
loose hor hold upon an unwilling people, and tho
Popo still clings to bis temporal power. The ac
cession of territory whioh Yiotob Eslanuei. has
made, or probably will make, by tho war just
oloaed, comprises the entire Government of Ve
nice, having an area of 9,198 square miles, and a
population of 2,166,000; and tho small remnant of
Lombardy, with a population of perhaps 40,000.
Victor Emanuel, when he came to the throne,
had about 5,000,000 subjeots. He has reignod 17
years, and has now nearly 25,000,000.
Of the Italians in Europe, therefore, we see that
about 25,000,000 owo allegiance to the new king
dom, whilo there are 1,650,000 subjeot to foreign
powers, and 714,000 under the dominion of minor
Guiseppe Garibaldi, tho bou of an Italian sea
man, was born at Nice, July 4, 1806, and was
brought up to follow his father's calling. From
early youth he manifested that daring and chival
roue spirit which has characterized him through
life, and one of his earliest exploits, performed
whilo a mere boy, was the saving: of a poor woman
from drowning at the risk of bis own life. He
was exiled* in 1834, and wont to Marseilles, whonce
be made voy&geB to various ports. Next wo hoar
of him at Rio Janeiro, when he engaged unsuc
cessfully in mercantile pursuits. The revolution
in Uraguay boou opened to him a more congenial
field of activity. Fitting out a small bark, which
be named the Blazzini, be Bailed for the Republic
with twenty companions, but on the way encoun
tered two launches of tho enemy. An engagement
ensued in which Garibaldi was victorious, though
dangerously wounded. Disembarking on neutral
territory, ho succeeded in joining an expedition
commanded by tbo insurgent loader liento Gov
zales. He married a South American woman of
extraordinary energy and devotion, and accom
panied and aided by her, he served in the forces
of tho Republic until tho coeeation or hostilities.
When Rosae, the Dictator ot Ru?nos Ayros, de
clared war against Uraguay, ho was charged with
the command of tho R. publican fleet. Some
timos, however, ho fought in the ranks of the
Italian Legion ou land, and occasionally com
manded it. Tho Btato or affairs in Italy in 1848 re
called him to his native country, and ho placed
himself at tho disposal of Charles Albert. He
fought with his accustomed gallantry in Lom
burdy until ovorp-iwered by tho AuBtriane, and
then he took command under tho revolutionary
Govornmcnt nf Homo. During the siege of that
city by tho French ho was stationed outaido the
walls with 1200 mon, and, seconded by Avczzana,
defeated a greatly superior forco and took 800
Erisoners. He bcit tho Neapolitans in two
attles, and after tho capturo of tho city resolved,
with his hamlftil of men, to continuo ?hc struggle
in tho opon country. With 4000 mon he set out
for Naples, fimlly, aftor a series of remarka
bly doxtcroiiH muBUvres, reached San Marino,
and thero, with ouly 1800 mon remaining, found
himself hemmed in. II? would have acco.<tod the
amnosty offered him, but tho Austiians wished to
exo?udo from it afow French soldiers, and, rather
than sacrifi?e them, ho resolved, with about half
bin force, to make by nivht another effort to
escape. He succeeded, with about 21)0 men, in
getting aboard some fishiug boats at Cnsenatico,
and niado anil lor Vonice. H?b littlo flcot was
described by tho Austrian squadron in tbo Adri
atic and dispersed. Sonic were captured and
others ran ashoio. Among tho latter was tho
boat containing Garibaldi and his heroic wife
Two daye later, Anna Garibaldi diod. The chief
himself ruado his way across the peninsula from
tho east coast to tho west, and finally reached
Chicavari, in tho Sardinian State. Ho camo to
New York in 1850, and supported himself by work
in? in a candle factory on Staten Island, until he
found.an opportunity of returning to his old
calling of a soaman.
In 1858 ho was invited by tho Sardinian Gov
ernment to form a national legion, which soon be
came celebrated under the oamo of Cacoialori
delle Alpit or Hunters of the Alps. Landing at
Marsala, in B cily, May 12,18C0, Le rallied nomo
of the revolutionists to his standard, captured
Palermo, entered Messina, and by tho end or Julv
was master of all Sicily, with the titlo of Dictator
The King evacuated tho capital, and Garibaldi
made his solemn entrance into Naples on the 8th
of September. In opposition ti the wishes of tho
extreme party, Garibaldi mado over his macnifl
eent conquest to tho King of Sardinia, and ro
tired to hir little farm in the Islaud of Caprero
In August, 18G2, notwithstanding tho decided
hostihtv of Victor Emanuel, ho i mbarked with a
few volunteors for Catania, on his way to Rome.
The Sardinian troops rocoived orders to oppose
bis progresa, and a battle was accordingly foncht
at Aspromonte, where Garibaldi, his Bon Monotti
and his whole command wore taken prisoners'
The ex-Dictator himself was seriously wounded in
tho foot, and for a long timo was threatened with
amputation. In the course of a torn months he
was sot at liborty, and has ninoo rccided chioily at
Caprera. He wus appointed general in the Italian
army, aftor tho annexation or tho Kingdom of the
Two Sicilies. During t?<o present campnign ho
hsR fv>m'n'?ndod the Sixth Corps, consisting of
about 40,000 men.
Gen. Cialdini was Hum on tho 8lh of Angtnt,
1811, in Lombardy. When tho revolutionary
movement of 1831 brnfco out, ho onrolled himself
In a regimont of infantry, and served as a corporal
untH tho Austrian intervention, whon ho was
obliged to Jeavo tho country. He subsequently
toon part in the war of tho succession in Spain,
whero ho roso to the rank of Lientenant-Colouel.
J.I1G Italian revolutionary movemontot 1818 openod
^r?lu i,1?tetnrn to hi8 CHintry, boing
w?uoK?!**?^ totho Provi?ional Government of
Milan by Mazzlni. He enrolled bimeelf in the
corpa ol Oon. Durtuidi, anil wtin dai?gorotirly
wounded at Viconza. lu tho Criuioan wiir ho hold
tho rauk o! Qoneral. Iti tho war ot 1859 ho com
manded a diviamnof tho Italiau army. In 18?0
ho dofeatcd the Papal army under Lumoriciore, at
tlie battle of Oaett-ltidardo, aud i? 18G1 ho took
Oneta after a botnbardiuont of Bovoiitnon days.
In 1801 no was appointed Vicoroy or Naplos. On
Oari??aldi*a last attempt to aclnovo Italian mdo
pondcuco, bo was appointed Military and Civil
Governor of Sicily. Ho has aorved as a dopnty in
the Italian ParJiamont, wa? mado Honator in 1HC4,
and besides tho dignity of Marshal o? tho Italian
army which ho enjoys, is an officer of. tho Legion
of Honor,.and is docoratod with sovoral military
La Marmora, Alphonso, Marquis do K. C. B., was
horn Nov. 17, 1801. Ho enterod tho army as
lioutonant of artillery in 182 J. In 1818 ho was ap
?jointed nouerai of brigado. Ho was auosoquont
y mado Minister of War and Lioutonant-Goneral
by Victor Emanuol. In 1855 be resigned his port
folio of war, and took command of the division
sont to the Criraoa to aid England and Franco
against Russia, rocoiving, at the close of tho war,
in acknowledgment of tho valuable sorvicos ho bad
rendered, the Order of the liath, and the Grand
CrosB of the Legion of Honor. Ho attorwards
served as War Miniator in tbo Ministry of Cavour,
but In 1859 ho resigned that post for activo sor
vico in tbo liuld. Id 18G1 he succeeded Cialdiui
as Commandor-in-Ohiofof the troopBof tho King
of Italy; and in 1801, ho war intrusted with the
formation of a now Cabinet, in which ho hold tho
portfolio of Foroign Affairs. _
GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE,
| ff BAG8 GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE (CHOICE)
J.O 10 bags Isgtuarm Ooffoe
60 boxes Wluobonter Kxtra Mo. 1 Soap, 1-1, )i and U
15 Kta No. 1 Mackerel (firat quality)
10 kit? No. 1 Salmon.
KEGS CHOICE BUTTEB
Box EDgllsh Dairy Cheese
Box Dutch OhocBo
Tierces Pure Leaf Lard
Kcga Paro Leaf Lard
Tlorces Davis* Diamond Hams
Tieres* Dufflold's Imitation Westphalia Hama
Half Barr?la Family Beef
Smoked Tongues and Benf.
For sale by KLINOK, WICKENUERG & CO.
A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF SUPEBIOB NAILS
from "Tredegar" Works, - Virginia, kept on band
and for aale low. PINCKNEY BROS.,
July 21 Blotb3_North Atlsntlo Wbarf.
SYBUF AND SUGAR.
g i~\ BARBELS 8TB?P
OxJ? 75 barrels Sugar, various grades. Just received,
and for sale by HENRY COBIA k CO.,
July 20 3 No. 26 Vendue Bauge.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
?J/"\ HHDB. MUSCOVADO BUG AB
_ yj 100 bbls. A, B and O Sugar
60 hhda. Porto Btco and Muscovado Molasses
IS tierces Clayed Molasses.
For aale by H. K LATTE & CO.,
July 19_tbituS_No. 108 Fast Bay.
BALE R0FE? SYRUP?
150 bbls. Syrup.
For ealo by BAVENBL k OO.
ALE AND CLARET.
J f\f\ BBLS. "J. h B. TENNENT'S" SCOTCH ALE
J. _f \J 100 casoa Superior Claret Wine.
For salo by BBUNS h BEE,
July 12_tbstu6_No. 78 Esst Bay.
COW PEAS FOR SEED.
O/".A BUSHELS COW PEAS, SUITABLE FOB
-?UU PLANIMNO. Apply to
BAVENEL h BABNWELL,
No. 177 East Bay,
July 21 1 Opposite Accommodation Wharf.
K.f\f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME ?VHITE COBN.
OvJV l\J For sale by T. J. KERB & OO.
July 21_3_Eerr'a Wharf.
IZflfl BUSHELS PRIME MARYLAND YELLOW
OVJU CORN, now landing and for sale by
STREET BROS, h CO.
July 21_1 No. 7* East Bay.
C0RNfv0ATS, HAY, SALT.
O/ ./^a^ BU8HEL8 PRIME YELLOW COBN
_i _J \J \J 600 bushels Oata
300 bales Hay
200 sackB Salt.
In Btore and for sale by
H. F. BAKER & CO.,
July 20 3 No. 20 Cumberland-street.
\ f\f\f\ BUSHELS PBIME PBOVI8ION COBN,
L \J \J \J per ateamer "Adele,' ' at Brown's Wharf.
For sale low while Unding.
July 20_3_WEST & JONES.
PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
Orvr\ BALE8 PRIME NORTH BIVER HAY, FOB
O V/ V / Bale In iots to suit purchasors, t>v
July 19 3 HENRY COBIA h OO.
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
FOB SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. BI8LEY.
SMALL LOT FOR SALE LOW, T"? CLOSE CON
SIo N5IENT, by JOS. H. RI8LEY,
No. 110 East Bay, curnor Accommodation Wharf.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once more for the manufacture ol
tbe best COTTON OINSover made In tula country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plantera and
others wishing to purcbaso.
Tbit long established and will known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, wo hope, bo a sum*
cleat guarantee that the article will give entire satlsiao
tlon. 3. M. ELLIOTT h OO.,
May 14 Wlnusboro. 8. O.
LSTo. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
rT7HOLF8ALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOME8
V V TIC BICE. An assortment of all gradea con*
itantly on hand. Juno 28
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR S ?ILE, LOW FOR CASH ?
HEIDSIEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
8HKBR? WINE, id caifs and In casks
MADEIRA WINK, In MM and in casks
CLARET WINES, in cates pints and half pints
C11RDIAL8, In casos?a varloty
DITTERS (?. G. Self,, In cases
BRANDIES, in cases and In cask?
GIS 8, In csROB aud In casks
RUM, in cases
WUI8KIES, In cases and In casks
ALE, in canon, quart? and pints
LAGER DEER, In quarter barrels, also In pints, narked
eight do*?n to tbe barrel. Kam? jbbWm
iyr. g.^a. R.^a
DRr rH?_____. OEMBBAfED ANTISYPHL
__*_ W*^*n.t<;d * csrU**i cure for SYPHILIS
In all Its forms. Entirely vegetable.
?jr-For aale by all Druggists _&
KING ?te OASSIDB_,
Jnly 3 8mo? 0HABLB8T0N, 8. 0.
FUll NtiiW \(iliU uitt HANTS'
LINE?'1 ho rct-ulai a. .? > sehr. 8. J. WAR
UNO, fcnitth. Master, has thobulkof bor Freigut
For balauco lifcbt Vn igbt, apply to
July 18_WihlS _WILLIAM ROACH.
WANTED ISiniKUIA K.I.V, A
^VESSEL to load Lamber for New York, eighty
?thousand foot capacity. Apply to
A. GETTY A CO.,
No. 128 Meeting-street,
July 12 thstu And North Atlantic What f.
(-_.?-, VR8SKLH WaNTKD_FI>H
* : Europe, south ameriua, west
"INDIE8, ports in tho UNITED 8TATE8
and PROVINCE?. Highest rates paid
and dispatch given JOS. H. KISLEY.
No. 110 East Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
VKSSEL. WANTED, TO L. O A D
> with lumber for Baitlmoro, of from lift y to
>ouo hundred thousand f- et capacity. Apply
to EBAUOH k HALLONEE,
July 11 12 Horlbock'B Wharf, near N. E. R. B.
POE GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leavo Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight rocolvcd tho day before sailing.
For Freight or paasago, ?ppiy to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.?Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Con way -
boro' and Choraw. to be transferrod at Georgetown to
steamers LUtl Ada and R. E. Bell._June 4
FOB NEW YOBE.
THE BEaULAB UNITED BTATEB MALL LINE
OF FD3ST-GLASS STEAMERS,
Q.VAKERCITY. I SARAGOSSA,
ANOAMIHIA. I GRANADA,
THE BIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE ADGER'8 WHARF ON 8ATUH.
DAY, JULY aiBt. at 1 o'clock P. M., precsoly.
No berth reaared until paid for.
No Freight received unless engaged at our office.
No Freight received after 10 o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on petishablo articles ranal be
paid at our office. _
July 16_BAVENEL k CO., Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COME&NY.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every Alternate Thursday.
bteamsbip'emily b. soudeb,
Cam. B. W. Loorrwoon.
OaJPT. O. P. MAI.BIIM.aN.
mHESE STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
X MKNT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gara, with tables supplied by every luxury tho New Yort
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, Bpaet*
?el comfort, axe unrivalled on the coast.
IT7ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THURSDAY. July 26. at ? o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignment? to New
For Foaight or Pasiage, apply at tho office of the
Agonts. WILLIS k OHIsOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees In New York?Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO._July 2??
BOSTON AND CHABLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN RODNET BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
IS READY TO RECEIVE FBEIOHT, AND WILL
leave Boston for Charleston, 8. 0., on Saturday, 28th
July, to be follono?! immediately by her consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS <*i CO., No. 0 Merchants' Row, Agents
A. J. SALINAS, Agent at Charleston, 8. O, will for
ward goods to Augnsta, Atlanta, Columbia, Oamden,
Florence, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Jacksonville, Palatlka,
Fla., Qenrgotown, 8. 0., and all intermed?ate points.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OH FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL 8TEAMER8,
Balling every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ant
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant*
Ireland, at the very Loweat Ratea.
Paasongera, on arrival in New York, will have then
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed or
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. BnEAHAN.^No. 33)
West street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN ft BROTHER,
No. 037 Etho Stuket, Chahjlkbton, 8. a,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Augusts, U. A, lyr February 37
PACIFIC MAIL STlAMSUIP COMPANY'*
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STKAMflHirS OH THE CONNKCTTKa ON THB P ACETIC
Atlantic, with thb
NEW YORK.OOLDEN OITY
NORTHERN LIOHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ho., ho.
ONE OP THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North Rtvor, fool
of Canal-street, at 12 o'olock, noon, i the 1st, 11th and
2\st of every month (except whej .hose dates fall od
Sunday, and thon on tho preceding Saturday), for A8PI1V
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama wltb
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and OENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those or the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from Btoamers* rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passeng? rs wltb
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through ratea to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters aocompacy baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without male protectors.
Baggage received on tho dock tho day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengere who pr?fet
to Bend down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further information, apply ai
tho Compsny'a Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-?TREET, NORTH RIVEB, NEW YORK.
JulyS fimop S. S HOI.MAN Ai-en*.
TRI-WEEKLY HACK LINE
BE.TWE._N _A.URE.N8 AND NEWUKllRY.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 18TH INSTANT,
tho HACK will connect with the up train on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with the down train
on MONDAYS. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
Thus passengers can be carried through from Colum
bia to Lsurens In ONE DAY?arriving at Lauro s by 0
o'clock the same day they leave Columbia. Passengers
can leave Laurens at S o'olock A. M. and arrive at
Oolambla same day at 7 o'olock.
Every comfort Is afforded passengers which oonld he
expooted on a stage line. T. B. OBEWS,
Laurens-June'6 l*M. th*tn*tno *T?me 21
THB SO. CA. RAILROAD COUP AN Y
HAVING BE-ESTABLISHED ITB RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Merchandise and Pro
duce consign d to its Agent from the interior to North
ern ports, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tfte point of destination
without delay and free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded by sea must always be
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with instructions to Insure if desired.
E. N. FULLEE,
B. k F. Agent.
KB- The Otaarlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Greenvillo Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
bills to tnls office. June 36
RAHITAN ANO DKL.AWARK BAY RAIL
ONLY DIBECT ROUTE TO LONG BBANCH?THE
whole distance by rail*?no change of cars?no trav
elling hy Stage. On and after .Friday, Juno 1 Ht, 1800,
the trains on this Boad will le? ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam?
lieu, as follows, viz: 9.20 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 3.30
A. M., Mall and Express for Now Yok.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-street,
North River, via Steamboat Jesso Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and*Intermediate
Stations; and 4 P. M. for all Stations on tho Road.
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $ ?.
June 18 8mo WM. N. CLAYTON, Sup't.
BREWERS OFFINE PAL?ALES W?RTER;
WEST I8T-KS?MM7 ?8 AVE? NEW YORK.
?KO. W. (JI.1I.K & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AGENCY OF THB
above celebrated ALE, acknowledged to be
th? best in the market, are now prepared to supply the
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For aale In barrels and halt barrels.
THE PUBLIC ABE RE8PE0TFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by tho aame person who made them for over twenty
years for James Moorbead. He having the original re
ceipt, can confidently recomtneLd them equal to any
made daring Moot head's life time.
Sn'd In quantities to suit purchasers at No 00 CAL
HOUN-6TUE&T, south Bide, between Meeting and An.
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
July 11_ lmo
MESSRS. RAJ. SAMPSON HdVING MADE AN
assignment to o of all their copartnership and
individual property and effects for the eneflt of tholr
creditors, notice 1b hereb?. given to all and singular tho
said copartnership and individual creditors, that the
deed of assignment Is at my office for tbelr Inspection,
and that all who de airo to avail th -rasolves of the beno
flts f Its provisions must do ?-o on or before tbo loth
day of September, 1806, tbo period limited by said
deed. And tho creditors are hereby uotl?ol to hold a
ni<v'tl!>K for th appointment of au aaent, according to
the provinioua of the Act of tho General Assembly,
passed in 1828. B, B. FRASER,
RO?A- MAVAOA LOTTKRY OK CUBA.
CONDUCTED BY THB SPANISH GOVERNMENT,
$?60,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVEBY 8EV_NT__S
Prizes cashed and Information furnished.
The highest rates paid lor Doublions and all kind
Gold in?* Silvir. ?\Xf,OB A JO.- Barker?,
"M ?l-*?rH Am|, tfr |,. tf,, .,,-_, *???. ,--,,&!
E-lH? DARLINGTON DUllTllEttlVKIl,
I HE SOUTHERNER IS PUBLISBED REGULARLY
i every FB1DAY MORNING, at Darlington Gouri
House. 8. O., by JAMES M. BROWN, and Edited by R
W. BO D, Esq. It has lust oommeoced its SEVENTH
VOLUME under very flattering auspices. It Is a large
shoot, is printed on the boat of paper, and the publish?
la determined to spare neither labor nor expense In
making it worthy of the largest patronage. Having s
good Mid rapidly growing circulation among tho Plant
ers and Merchants of Darlington District, and o I th?
Pee Dee country .it offera strong inducements to U
Merchants and other* desirous ot making them
known mrough the medium of adv_tiasmen?.?
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOB THF PER
MANENT CURE OF
FOR THE OERTAIN AND SPEEDY CURE OF
Arising from a debllitatod state of tho Stomach or Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANT8 OF OUB
* SOUTHERN CLIMATE.
and take none other, and yon will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms by tha
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. P. PANKNIN,
NO. 133 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, 8. O.
K3T PLEASE OBSEBVE THE FAO SIMILE OF THE
PBOBPIETOB'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Also for sale at
G. W. AIMAR.
Db. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON k BLAOKMAN.
E. H. KELLERS k CO.
And by Druggists generally.
No. 288 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKBT-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 8. W. WILSON. f P. B. WHVPON.
Chemist to lato lGradnateof
C. S. Nitre and J Pbila. Collega
Mlnliii! 15 u- \ of Pharmacy, A*.
reaa. Chemist to late
I O S Ora. Dep'L
The Proprietors arc Native Georgians?
HURLEY'S POPULAR WORM CANDT
IS A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO CUBE.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
FORCHILLS AND FEVER!
TJTSB TUB BEST.
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
NEVER FAILS ?ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
upon?nothing more loliablo than HURLEY'S
Will enro Airiio and Fever, Chills and Fever, Intermit?
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who has .tried
Hurley's Tonlo ?peaks in high torms of it. As a curativa
agent it la unsurpassed, and more certain than quinina.
No bad results from using Hur.'oy'a Tonic. Everybody
Bbould uso Hurley's Ague Toulo.
PRATT ?t WILSON BROS.,
No. 286 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Juno 19 _ tvtha
Till: COLUMBIA. PHOENIX
Great Redaction In the Ratea er" Advert
THE COLUMBIA PH N1X (PUBLISHED DAILY
and Tri-Weekly) has been GREATLY ENLARGED,
and In the quantity and quality ot its renting matte**
will compare favorably with any paper In the State. Tha
subscription price to tho Daily la $10 a year; TrI-Week
The terms for traitaient advertising have been BE?
DUCED OVER TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT.; while tha
monthly and quarterly ratos have been lowered to such
an extent so to plaoo the columns of the paper within
the .-each of dealeis and manufacturer? generally.
JULIAN A. tELBY,
January 29 Proprtetoi Oolumbta Pbcenlx.