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Ehe Daily News.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 19(56.
TUE Fount CAROLINA COXFERERCE.'-KO'-- Dr.
Charles Taylor, a member of the South <'^'?.Jma
Copferen'-o, and formerly Missionary ^"lna,
who has (luring this vcnr been a resi'/,!llt ot tljl"
town an pastor of tho'Sumtcr Circuit- has accept?
ai the 1'residenov cf a Coll?ge at .W'/^burg, near
Lexirigtou, Koniuoliy, and will W'crtly remove to
his new fie! 1 of labor in that iflte-. Inadequacy
of support is his only reason f"v Maying ns. What?
ever he mav gain bv the u)i*flSe> 1113 vt'ry certain
that wo gain' nothing. '/n0 Cutneren?o loses a
member greatly endend to the ministry and
membership through"116 its bounds, and tho State
loses a valuable etti?011
Bey. H. A. C. Walker, of tho same Conference,
and now stali^d at Summerton, i.s also al)ont to'
transfer hts connection to the Kentucky Confer
euee. Few, if ??.v, aro more widely known, or
more generally beloved in South Carolina. That
such wen have to sever the fond associations o
past years and leave tho State, is indeed to be rc
gretfed. Kev. J. W. Wightman, a brother of the
Bishop, expects to make a similar move; and how
many others will be added to tho list remains to
be seer. Ono thing is evident, that if the people
of any and ad denominations wish to rolain the
services of their time-honored pastors, they must
support them better.
Bishop Wightman, who is to preside at tho South
Carolina Conference at Marion, has changed tho
time of the meeting from November 7th to the
19th of Decomber next.-Carolina Spartan
REV. J. M. AxDEitson.-We learu from tho pro?
ceedings of a meeting of the Trusteos of Davidson
College, held at Charlotte recently, that Kev. J.
Monroe Anderson, of thia place, has been sleeted
Professor of Logic, Mental Philosophy and Bolles
Lettres, iu that institution. We learn that he has,
or will, accept tho position. While we aro disposed
to congratulate the College on securing his tor
vices, and our friend on his preferment, wo regret j
that wo ure to lose him from our midst. |
Mr. Anderson is a thorough scholar, and an en
ergctic worker and thinker, and we feel sure thu
ho will creditably and conscientiously diseharg
tho duties to which he has been assigned.
f_ Yorkvilte Enquirer.
TUE AIR LINE RAILROAD.-Con. Harrison, who
has j ii -1 returned from New York, bring* eticour
aging accounts of tho prospects the "Air Lino Kail
road." Tho engineer of the road will commence
to survey the several routes proposed forthwith
and at aii early day submit his report, when the
President aud Directors will hold ti meeting, and
from tho engineer's report determine liuahy the
route of the road.
Gen. H. has uot a doubt but that tho road will
be built; he belivees that it will pass through Au
dersou, and that before the fall season li is passed
the contracts for its construction will he let out.
Hon. J. P. Reed has beon elected Vice-President
of tho road, with extensive prerogatives and
power. Wo expect to havo tho pleasure soon of
publishing tho proceedings of tho moeiing of the
President aud Directors lately held iu New York.
[Anderson (S. C.) Appeal.
We havo learuod that His Excellency Gov. Orr
bas directed Wm. H. Huntt, Secretary of State, to
commission all the District Judges elected at the
last regular BOSS?OU of tho .Legislature. Tho
Judges elect aro requested, forthwith, to notify
tho Secretary of State of their postoln.ee address,
and upon receiving this information ho will imme?
diately transmit to each ono of the Judges Lis
TUE LEGISLATURE.-There has boen very little
done in tho Legislature except talking, of which
there has beea enough to satisfy any reasonable
man. All seora to think that something should
bo done to carry out the object of their convoca?
tion, but how to do and what to do stems to be
tho difficulty. Our wise mea seem to be as much
iu a fog as the rest of us.-Camden Journal.
DISTILLERY BURNT.-We regret to learn that tho
Turpentine Disiillory of Messrs. Nolsuu & Jones,
in ii airfield, near tho Kershaw line, was destroyed
by tire on Saturday morning last, and with it ti
quantity of spirits turpentino ?md rosin, the whole
valued at $3000. It was doubtless the work of au
Mr. John L. Thornley has been appointed Su?
perintendent of the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road. _ : _
North Carolina Items.
GREAT R?DUCTION OF FREIGUTS OX XORTU CARO?
LINA RAILROAD.-Wo aro glad to learu hy u circu?
lar from Salisbury, that arrangements have been
made to ship goods from Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and Boston to Salisbury, N. C., at great?
ly reduced rates.
The charge from Baltimore to Salisbury via
Old Bav Line, Seaboard and ll. R. It. anti ll. und
G. ll. li., is :
Special arrangements, on favorable terms, eau
bo made with tho Western North Carolina Rail?
road to Morgatitou.
Would not our merchants do well to try this
route V It is just what we proposed some montos
If tho North C.trolitia ronlo is nearly equal to
the Virginia,cur people, by all menus, otighb-to
patronize it. Ir' tue rates are still higher I ha ti po
Greenville, Ti nu., we must continue to clamor till
they come down - Asheville News.
BISHOP GR USN -We are glad to seo in our city
tho venerable and beloved Bishop of tho State of
Mississippi- Bisli jp Green has been North iu the
iuterest of tho churches in his Diocese, mid was
permitted to visit, at Fortress Monroe, the distin?
guished State prisoner, ex-President Davis, a val?
ued friend and an earnest and consistent member
of the Episcopal Church. Tho interview between
the venerable prelate and his distinguished but
unfortunate friend, must have been most affecting,
and from their ho.irt of hearts tho people of tho
South respond most devoutly to tho earnest
prayers that aseeudect from the lonely couch in
tbo dungeons of thc Fortress to tho "Throne of
Grace, tor the material and spiritual welfare of
Whilo we aro glad to know that Bishop Green
will find many relatives and friends to welcome
him to his old homo, we truly sympathiz i willi
him over the sad and fearful mortality that has
visited his family connections since he was last
with us. A community which koo ,v their worth
appreciates his loss.
We are rejoiced to lonni that he is enjoying lino
health, and trust ho maybe loug spured to his
family and friends, and to the Church, of winch he
ia so able aud consistent a laborer.- WU. Journal.
Of the valuo ol' negro testimony, as a rule, in
our Courts of Justice, au accurate idea may be
gained by the annexed paragraph from tho Tur
boro' Souther mr, aa to a case lately before the
Grand Jury of Edgecombe county, N. C.:
In a cas? of murder, the State witnesses (color? d)
Who gave ad the inturmaiiou known, and upon
their oaths before the Grand Jury, presented the
faots and evidence ou which the whole proceed?
ings were had, it was discovered before petit
jury was empanelled, would unsay and unswe?>r
all that they nad said and sworn to before. And
this was ascertained barely in time for a con?
tinuance of the trial. ILw insecure is life and
property before such testimony. Tho law of evi?
dence, or the rules of its admin it, tra hon, must un?
dergo some material modification.
Lewis Smith, a notorious burglar, for whom the
Governor offered a reward of i'6'M, was arrusiod
on Thursday last, by She riff Crawford, of Martin
county, audBtnj. Sant?n, Esq., of Edgecombe.
MILITARY COURT.-The following officers com?
pose the Court now in session here and engaged
io tho trial of Brevet Major Alexander Goblin, A.
Q. M., charged with malfeasance m office :
Brevet Cul. A G. Brady, V. lt. C.
Brevet Col. Robert Avery, V. R. C.
Brevot Lt.-Col. J D. Stubbs, A. Q. M.
Major S. W. H. Stickney, V. ii. C.
Major M. K. Hogan, S.U. S. V.
Jirat Lieut. J. D. Sullivan, 37th U. S. C. T.
Second L eut. T. D. McAlpic.e, V. It. C.
Brevet Major Thomas P. Johnston, A. Q. M.,
Wu hear Hut this tribunal will have other $ises
up previous to adjournment.-Progress.
TUE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIAI ION OF RALEIGH.
\\o are lequesteelto atnie, on behalf of this Asso?
ciation, that it is their intention to hold fi largo ana
attractive lair in this citv, in the latter part of
the hill or tho early part 0I lU? Wiuu-r, lor tho
pnrp080 o' carrying ont their laudablo design. If
the scheme is as successful as they confidently an?
ticipate, the amount realized will probably enable
.(hereto pei feet and consummate their arrange?
ments for tho proposed cemetery for the nume?
rous Confederate dead who aro interred at various
points in and around the eity.
The ladies ask co-operation and assistance from
theil fair sisters, as well as the people lenerallv,
throughout the ?tate. They solicit contributions
of fancy wore, or whatever else may be appro?
priate to the occasion. Donations ni ?ty ho f >r
warded to Mrs. H. ?S. Smith, President of the
Auxiliary Hewing Society, and they will bo gralo
iuhy received and publicly acknowledged. Any
articles may be forwarded by express.-ffaleigh
? TEMTORARY COMMANDANT.-Brevet Brigadier
Ceneral Goff, U. S. C. T., is in charge of tho mili?
tary command ol' North Carolina during the ab?
sence of General John C. liohiuaon, who i-j off on
a short leave.
THE LARGEST OF THE SEASON.-A friend was the
recipient, yesterday, from Mr. Wm. Brinson, ono
of our moat active and imlmtrious fishcrmoo, of
the finest, largest, fattest mackerel we have Keen
in many a day. It measured over two feet and
weighed considerably over five pounds. Our mar?
ket was never better supplied with li-h of all kinds
than at tho present time.- Newbern Commercial.
Geo'Rta Ii CUM.
[Wont thc Augusta Constitutionalist nf last Saturday ]
VALEDICTORY.- With this dato the undersigned
ceases to be tho editor of this paper. A discrep?
ancy as to political views between ils proprietors
and himself is ibo occasion of a withdrawal he
does not hesitate to say is, on many accounts, re-1
gretted. l?o has been long connected with il-has j
como to look upon it with a Sort ol' nff..t:(?on-and I
in departure fools ?a if bidding farewell to a friend.
But aa, on the ono hand, it would bo unfair to the
proprietors to inculcate sentiments now aiilag?-j
nistte t > their own, and, as ou tho other, it it not I
lo be thought of f ir ;i monivnit (hat ho should Mir- I
i-ender his om convictions, it is ntceisaiy in jus
ico to both thom and hi nisei I' to reti??, lu so
loing, it is desired to say that tho leaning articles
if the Constitutionalist, with two exceptions, have,
or many months past, Leen exclusively tue wri?
ter's own. j
The position of the paper, has, therefore, boon
lis position, and his withdrawal leaves it at liberty
o adopt, any other courae that may meet the views ,
f tho proprietory linn. To Mr. John L. Stockton, j
f that Brm, tho undersigned has been uudor no i
ttlo obligation and cannot become silont in these J ?
"hunns without boating testimony to his good |
on.-o and his kind heart. I,
With this much tho writer-now no longer i
ditor-bids his oldroaders adieu. It is not with- ,
ut sadness he does so, but as stars in tito night ?
!iero shine ont before him a thousand words froui
hose readers of comfort aud cheer.
SALEM DUTCnElt. j
PETRIFACTIONS_We were Riven yesterday, by i
fr. E. Y. Amersou, a number of very curio us j
?frii'acti'um. They were picked up by ?Ir. Amer- t
nh in Floyd county, Georgia, aud about a tuile ,
nd a half from Floyd's Springs. Tho specimens ]
efore us consist of several beech blooms, per- )
jctly petrified, yet still retaining (heir perfect ,
?rm, pieces of twigs and roots, and fragments of
eacbstone. These aro all hard aa rock; and h ive ]
very appearanco of mineral aubstaucea, except ]
:i shape. ' |
These formations, wo aro informed, abound in j
ertain portions of this county. Ir seems that (
very twig or bloom, or whatever other substance j
ills to tho ground undergoes petrification, lt is
vident that there is something in tho soil-some
geucy which exerts this singular inilneneo. Tho !
round witera those fossils aro found is not liipniil,
ut, on the contrary, it is elevated and dry. A '
aturalist miglit find something in thia to incirest ?
im - Allanta New Era.
No CHOLERA IN AuaosTA -Wo are assured by. I.,
n vera I of our physicians that net a cf.ae of chide- j
a has occurred in thia oity, t?ave those of tho sol- f
iers reported about two weeks ago, and the ilia- .
ase has not spread among them. Indeed, it is L
lelievod that their disease was moro cholera mor j
nu than cholera-caused from excessive* indnl- j
,enco in apples and other fruit, while detained by |
. railroad accitlent in Upper Georgia. ,
Thu most exaggerated stories went into tho
o.iutry, on account of those case?, and tho im-1 "
iression ia wide-spread that tho cholera is raging :
LUI'U. Wa CM?^IU-P aur vpnAnw timi, tuturi rnnuii'u I
rei utterly groundless. The city is healthy, and
hero ia no reason to apprehend visitations from
lintern- ur yellow fever. We pledge ourselves to
ive publicity to any and alt cases of these diseases k
nat muy occur, believing it is our duly, aa woll as "
he best policy, to do tm,-Augusta Citron. '
THE STATE FINANCES.-We have reliable infor- .
?ation tlut G^v. J.-nkitis borrowed only enough
louey hy tho salo ol' bonds in Now York to nicol ,
uo prei-aing engagent? nts of the Slate, ile could
av sch.! moro honda at ninety cents in tho ciol- '
ir, bat refused to do so, believing that they ought I
J ojuim i? d more. Too bonds were secured by
mortgage of tim Western und Allantie i'uilroad,
i uc.'oid moo with an Act. of tho Legislature ;ip
roved March 12, 1 Still, lt ia said taut the Gov- '
mor has, since his return home, sold a Hiia.ll
mount ul tue honda at 97.J-on tho dollar. They ,
ugur, to hring dollar mr dcliur. Niuely-iive .
mts is the pr.co now offered in New York.-Ibid. \
MOUE Cot;NTEiti*j.tT.s.-We hnvo been shown hy
olin T. Boit'euil er-, Esq , Treasurer of tho Sou' hr
cult in iiailroad, ono of their three dollar hill
?ru tickets, which Im prommucua a couuloiieit. c
'lie bogus hill is of the sumo plate, or a fae simile |
? I hu lirai isMii'j but Um Idling up and rigmituro
re coiuicerii-ue.l. Tho letters in Mr. Boiretii let's 1
ame aro larger than in tho genuine, besides tho I
trokes hoing wider and heavier,
llio public are advised to keep a sharp look
ut, anti any ono having those biiis ia hand ar
equestud to t .ko them to thc railroad oliicc lor
3iieniptiOQ.-Macon Telegraph, l
'I HE Cnor-s.-Our exchanges from Alabama,
for ti i Carolma. and portions ol' Georgia, ropro
iit the crop prospect aa bad iudei tl, ooth in re- ,
peet to colton and corn. Wo trust, however,
nat when tho crops como to ho gathered the de
eiency wid not nc so great as has been appro
en lo l. In Hiddle Teuiiuesou, Kentucky, nuil
unions Of Virginia, iho cora and potato crops
re reported to bo very heavy, and so throughout
ll the States of tho Weat and Northwest. In ro?
nni to ArktiiistH and IVXAS, tho accounts are
iiite eontradic ory, und tho same may he said of 1
...ti cjtton prospect in Miai-iasippi. :
The Journal and Messenger spoiiks of a mer- j
hunt in our city who ia padang up his traps for
emovul to another place, bec.mae ho wanta nero
iter to wont aonio for himself, heretofore ail he
nady hua gone to his landlord. !
Wc think, that thc day of extortion in rents has
ul.limited and is tm w ou a sliding seale-down?
load. Dwelling-houses that have been held at a
hoiisnnd and tivelvo hundred dollars per auuuui,
au now ho had at twenty-live per ctut. discount
ni these Hg urea. j
The Savannah Republican,;of Monday, taya :
?usiticss of all kinda has taken a new staid, if
re ni .ty judge fruin appearances along our rivi r I
rout. Our wharves aro fast tiding up with ship
,ii,g-quite a number of vessels Having arrived
vi bin tho past two or three days-and tho waro
louses and thetis erected for tho convenience of
umhants, aro hi ing lided with goods from thoso
eooiit arrivals, which accumulate faster thauilu-y
:?;u ho hauled away. Our city continues reiuark
ihly }tea>thy for thia season, tho few cabe* ot
itckneas in our midbt being cootiueil almost ex
jlusively to tho colored population, whose habils
iud modo ol'lifo predisposes them to diaease.
ONE HoitaE THIEF KILLED AND ANOTHER WOUND?
ED AKD OAPI?REU.-Air. Hurris, of Silver linn,
\l t. (.-on to our old friend Walton B. Harris, of
jirard), arrived yesterday morning in our city, in
march of two horses which Iud been stolen tho
light before from bia residence. Ho soon got on
their track ami overtook them at Mr. Nance's,
jonie six miles out of town, on tho Hamilton
limul. They ?ere in the piantis of two men, ?ho,
au being ch urged with stealing them, made an as?
sault on Mr. Harris and his friend, Mr. Dan. Wil?
liams, of thin city, who waa with hun. After a
desperate struggle between Harria and one of tho
tuen, who waa physically greatly his superior, Mr.
H. managed to thaw his pistol at.d lire on bia an?
tagonist. Thia settled their strife, for tho Mint
produced almost iuataut death. In tho meantime
tho oilier thief had been engaged with Mr. Wil?
liams, between whom and himself several shots
had been find, sud both were wounded-hut Mr.
Williams only slightly. The man was then cap?
tured. The neighbors being called in, they heid
an inquest ovtr the body of the t.ead man, and
after hearing the facts, declared that he carno to
his rleath at to hau,!?, of Mr. Harr is, ? ho ce
milted the dud iu self defeuce. ET* y one
quainted with tho facts fu Iv jushf Mr. Har
We understiid tho tiro thieves aro miknc
hereabouts. -Columbus inquirer.
A COLDVIIO IVGNTiox.-We copy from thc 1
SekHTtificImricau tee following notice oj ao
ventiou bv oe of our citiz-ms. It w ono ot
c st to the So thern States, and it succe^ful r
complkhin:; d.at it ia dwtoHocl to etlect, ?ill,
much to the alni! of our pinelands : ,
"Kindling M Uerial-'J. A. B ???,Co i unto
Oa.-This ii'.-.itio'i cum-ists in prepping A n
kindling "ruafsrul by e 'inpressing ?'WJ?';*,
blocks the Irv.:-, of : ho Southern pi nos, whit li ,
rich in roshWl maltha very i'?"^'T*'^;
convenient kndlin:; s!oft; which fian be ? lo ?
! for lets thai wo d, and opens up a jjew he -
I profitable inustry hitherto neglected, -ima.
NEW KAIL-OAD rhojiarr.-Tho last Sumter
publican, ?ring an acount of matters in W
stet- County, observed duriug attendance at
term of \\v\ hmeri-.r Court last. week, says tua
railroad n.e.:in:; was held on Tuesday which \
largely atieided, .ind that the people ot that s
tiou uro 70-y much interested ia a road fr
Amenons oSilver Spring", Ala.
W? siipiotc that the licpubiican meant hil
Run, Aliibiaa. Toe di-iancois not ?rout lr
that statini i>n the Mobile an I Girard 1-..inroad
Ameiicus.and ihn route would be one nearly i
east. Suth ? ni.id would no doubt bo a gi'.
fionvcuUnju to tin pd.pl,' of the country traver
hy if, UH ii world he hy inc their mo.it direct ro
to tho West. ?Ve believe that this city would
considerably toiiclicted hy its cons.ruction.-ii
SICKLY.-'fiero i.s a. good deal of bilious fe
in the eilv. A number of you ig persons ;
down with'it It. appears to ho more siekIv n
than at ai.v lime thia year. Must, ol'f he phi
cians are kept busy. Thus far there have bi
few deatfi8.-6W?7ii/j'/.s Sun.
Sr.uv UH AXIUKXT.-On Wednesday nig'd hi
nt 1'2 o'eloe!, Mr. I'ovio, tho private wafcl?i
guardilla Jeit-s' Block-, .-ecideiih.Hy fell down i,
the, area ii front of .1. L. Villalongu's s to
breaking hil hip and receiving other iiijiuios.
was removed to the hospital, medical aid soeur
and is now doing well under tho circumstane
Wo sincerey sympathize with this poor man, a
trust that le may speedily recover from his i.-,
FinE.-Tho alarm of firo about half-past elev
o'clock las; night, was caused by tho burning o
liotisoout in tue vicinity of tho residence of C
Jlenn. vJTAe late hour at which tho lim occurri
mid the heavy storm which was prevailing at t
:ime,,m?st bo our apology for not luniishing o
renders with the full particulars. Tho engin
promptly lesponded, but the distance from wal
.vas so groot that their services wero not neci
Tho E?ily County News contains an advertii
uetit^callmg a meeting of the farmers of Uh
ll arly, Calhoun, Miller aud Randolph connues,
JO held nt Fort Gaines on tho 25th inst., for t
nirposo of selecting a good, honest and com;
ient m?m, aud send him to New Orleans for t
present season us their commission merchant,
re?oive and sell their cotton, purchase al) uoccsi.'
j groceries, such us bacon, corn and Hour, ai
?hip as may bo needed.
The special agent of tho rostofiice Dcpiirtme
inn oaieh d tho mails for Selma, Dembpoli?, C
lawbajand that section of the conni ry, to he sc
iy way of Homo and Bluo Mountains, ?is by tli
.oulc "the Northern mail will reich Selma two rbi
larlier than via West Point and Montgomery. Tl
Home people arc jubilant thereat.
SAU AND GLOOMY.-The recent rainy sen so
.vhieh has caused so much dem ruction to tho ce
;on crop, had cast a gloom upon the entire Sont
md oar people aro despondent in tho extn rii
Ml hopes oven, of a fourth of a colton crop h?
icon dispelled. In this immediate) sediou ti
u'op will bo almost a total failure The am
vorm, tho boll worm, tho rust, and tho continue
.ains, have destroyed, in a very great measun
ivory hope. Many of our largest planters will ii
father iisuflicicus crop to pa;-the actual expo;
?es of cultivation. A largo number of the cotte
tolda in Alabama and Georgia, or what hua bet
eft by the worms, present a dark appearance ?tu
ooh as if they had suffered from frosts. Tl
irospuct is indeed gloomy.
[Montgomery Mail, ISM.
. sr KO LA X. NOTJCTRS.
?ir 5VJ?H SlWi'ACLES.- OLD hS?i;
nulle new, without Spocl-aclea, Dilator or Medicina
'awphlet irialle'il iree on receipt of ten cents. AdArei
i. M. rOO'F??l M. L\, Nu. 1130 Braadv/ay, New Vori:.
- ?ar-ARTIFICIAL F?LS.-ARTIl'lCIAL Efj
?IAN EV ICS cando to order and inserted by Drs. 1>
and V. GOOGELMANN f.'ormerly employed ii;
toiHSOKK??AU, oi l'iris), No. 599Broadway, Kow Tori:.'
DurilH , lyr
*?. COLGATE'S UONH? SOAP.-THIS CELE
?UATi?D T?lle* ?!"MI;IJ>, la sud anivoivi? daznaiul
i maje ftor.vthe f.Uoice?.t matar?ais, In mi.iO KUI
tn^l lifxi.' I? <t.t n ' .ure, fruirmtxiiy ?ccit.it.tl, r.m
itreraely lieai allclal tu lt? act iou upon tho skin. To
il? hy .ill Dnipjdsta auil Fancy Goods Coilers.
/.;'-.ri: ?;:.!. " 1?7
?ar MARRIAGE'AND CELIBACY, AN ESSA J
)l Warniii:; ?tut Instruction (or Yoting alen. A'.i>o
)iseusea and Abuses which prostrate Ino vital powers
villi sure nieass of relief. Heut free ot charge hi soak"
citer envelotes. Address Dr. J. tl? IL LIX HOUGH
L'ON, Howard AE80c!at:oa, Philadelphia, l'a.
August 14 3mo
?J,- lar li??A'ii stracs_"oneA'ioA>:.a v&on
Hilo acorns grow." The worit diseases known to t!:.?
oman vaca string iron) caused PO srur.ll as to almou
ufyaetiiotlon. The volume') of acientlilo ioro thntili
he tthleii and nh elves o !lhe medic a I'ratoruity only ge
o prove and elaborate tUt'He facts.
Then gcaril jour selves while you may. ThenmalleM
/rorie on the ei?n tetl-tulc and indicator of dlseise
i- may fatln au-itlio?Wtt ironj the eurl'ace of tho body
.:t wi j.'reacti tho vita .i.porhapa, at last and deatli
o tic r?3U ana lina close, W.UK'ilEL'S lilLIOUi
LiVRf EPTIC, an DIAKBHEA PILLS cure where al
jtbers tall. Wkile for Bums Bctld CHiilblnlus, Guts,
Lt.dallabrunioiscfthe siin, MAGGIFL'H Salvo is in
.i.nii)le. Bole? bv J. WAGGiEL, No. 43 yulton-streot,
'??w Vori, und all Drue^lutn, at 2d cents per bos.
teilten)tier li ivr
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS 13 THU MOST DELIGHTf UL AND KITBA
)RDINAKY t?rtlfl!e ever (Hscovored. It dian?*,
be nun-bujutface and hands to a pearly satin tcxtuti
.,t ravinhing knuty, iruparthig tho marble purity o
/outh, ana the eiis-'in^fwappcaraace to inviting In th?
Hy belle of faihion. 1 tramoyes tan, freckles, ptmjili <
md rcuglmesi from tho skin, leaving tho compleilot
'resli, trans?)ftient aud jnnooth. It contains no materia
ujnrious to ?ie skin.' ' Patronized by Actresses r.ii
t era ??niTers It is what every lady shonld have. Hoi
7orywnero. Reta!lprico 60 cants.
Prepared hy W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address ah ?rders to DUMAS BABNES 6 CO.,
'(ntnbAr Ml)_ rawflyr New VnrSi
A??A de MAGNOLIA.
A TOILET DELIGHT 1 THE LADIES' TBEAS??Ri
md gentlemin's boonl Tho "sweetest thing
uni largfflt <;nautlty. Manufactured from the rici
Jjnthern MngaoUa. Used for bathing tba bee and pel?
ion, to re?dertho Bkm soft and fresh, to prevent ern*
?ions, to perfume clothing, &o.
It overomea the unpleasant ?dor of perspiratioa
lt riimo*eB rednoss, tan, blotches, 4c
It cures nervous headache and allays inflammation,
It oools,BoftenB, and adds delicacy to the skin.
Ii yleldca Biibdued and lasting perfumo.
U curesmosouite bites and Btings of insect*
lt contaba no material injuriou? to tho Bkin.
PslroniO'l by Actresses and Opera Singers. It li
.feat ever: lady should have. Sold everywhere. Tri
;ne M.agnola Water once, and you will use no other C:
riRiie, Per'umery, or Toilot Water afterwards.
DEMAS BABNES & 00.
Prop?, Exclusive Agenta, N. S
Ho. 151 MEETING STREET,
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,)
CHAR.LESTOI.MJ S. C.
BEO TO CALE Til li ATTENTION OP COUNTRY
MKUOIIAN'IM. PHYSICIANS AND DRUGGISTS
to thoir largo and extensive Stock of
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
Window Glass, &c.
TOGETHER WITH A 6ENEIUL ASBOIIT.MUNT OF
INDIA RUB BE Li DRUGGISTS SUNDEIE3,
G LASS WABE, Ac, ?c.,
which they aro offering at tho lowest rates, and respect?
fully solicit a call.
AYE R'S PATENT MEDICINES
IIOSTETTER'? BITTE RS
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
LIEGEMAN'S COD LIYER OIL
HEGE MAN'S CALISAYA BABE AND IRON
LAIRD'S BLOOM YOUTH
RADWAY't? RELIEF AND TILLS
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
HALL'S HAIR RENEWER
MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER
ISAACSEN'S BAT POISON
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT
RUL5BER DRUGGISTS GOODS
BININGER'S GOLD MEDAL BRANDY & WINES
TIEMAN'S C KLEB RATED INSTRUMENTS
PENNEY'S EGYPTIAN LOTUS
lYlAiN'r U.t'HEiv in-.Armtu- r.-vxxurr iUxr>roTMES
OF THE DAY.
"A smile was nu lier Lip-health wa3 in her look
I Etrenjitli wu? in hot' Etc]), anil iii hui- hands-PLANTA
' Tioa BITTERS."
h. Few hottlflfl Of PLANTATION IJHTEllS
Will caro Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" Four Moniaeh and fc'itid lireath.
" I'latuleucy and Iniijjcstiou.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue aud Short Breath.
" Fain over the Eyes.
" Manful Despondency.
" Prostration;.firuat VVeakneRS.
" Hallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, kc.
Which aro (ho nvitloiiiica of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
prncwxl from a deceased and torpid liver. Tho biliary
secretions ol'the liver overflowing into th? stomach poi?
son thu mitlro tysteui and exhibit the above H.vmptoniH.
After long r.!Bi-arch, wo uro aide to present th? most
reataik?bli-cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,,
the world has ever produced. Within one yeer over six
hundred and forty thousiud pomona havo taken the
PLANTATION I! ITT HRH, and not un instance of complaint
hbi cowa to our knowledge I
It is a munt effectual tonic and agrceahlo atlmulanl.
suited to ?ll conditions of life.
The reports that it rolion upon minorai subsumier 3 for
Hs acHvc propurties, aro wholly iii se. Fur tho sutia
faction of tho pnhllc, and that paiieuts may consult
their physicians, we append u, lisi of its cern ponen ts.
CALISAYA LARK.-Coliihratcd ter ovor two hundred
years in tho treatment of Fever and Ague, Dispepsia
Weakness, etc It was introduced into Europe by th?
Count"83. wifo of tho Viceroy ot Peru, iu ll! JO, and
afterwards sold by tho Jesuits for the enormous prie, oj
its own weight in,silver, under tlienamo of Jesuit's Pow
tiers, and was iina'ly mad? public hy Louis XVI Kim;
of I-rance. Humboldt mofees especial refiironie to its
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
CAHOAIUI.LA BAiut-For dUrrhcoj, colic and disoaaes
ol th? stomach and bowels.
DA.NIII'.LION-For inflammation of tho loins and drop?
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
I LAVKNDE* FLOWERS-Aroinitlo, stimulant and tonic
hi;! illy invigorating in nervous debility.
WisTBitoRKEN-For Bercfula, iheuniatism, etc.
ANISE-An aromatic carminative; creating ilosh,
muscio and milk; much used by mothers nursing,
Also, cluvo-buos, orange, carraway, corlauder, BuaLe
Anolhor womd/>rfnl ingredient, of great use among
thc Spanish ladios of South America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mimi, is yet un?
known to tho oouiiuerce of tho world, aud we withhold
its name for thc present.
Hocnii8TKn, N. Y , December 28,18(51.
Mesara. P. II. DRAKE k Co.-I havo beeu a great suf?
ferer from Dyspepsia for throe or four years, ami had to
abandon my profuesh u. About three months ajio 1
.riid tho Plan'atlou Hitters, und to my great joy lam
no * nearly a well man. I havo recommended thom hi
several cases, and, ii? far as 1 know, always with signal i
benefit, 1 am, ieipecll'ully yours,
Kev. J. S. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, 10'h Month, 17th Day, 1862.
R?wixrrKD FRIEND:-My daughter has heou much
beiuilltt' d by tho use of thy Plantation Bitters, Thou
wiit bond mo two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA OUBRIN.
SHERMAN HOUSE, CHICAGO, III., \
February ll, 1S?3- 1
MESSES. P. H. DRAKE k Co.:-Ph UH? send us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Eittew. Au a nionung
appetizer, they appear to havo supersodod everything
al.se, and aro greatly esteemed. "" ",.,""
Yours, ?a, CAGE k WAIT E.
Arrangements are now completed to supply aiDi
maud for this article, which has uot hti'Vtefoie ue?u
pobSiblo . , ""_n "in the
Tho public may rest assured H,."? ???21%
perfectly puro standard ol tho I LA.NTATION m
departed from. livery batik oears the
signature on a steel plate engraving, or il cannot oe gen
, ,. "// (ir iWTATios BITTERS tn
A nu person pretending Inf" 1 LAY-...niter Beuare
bulk orb, the gallon, is a swindler a>^'~u %???
of refilled bottles. See that our Private Stamp u U?iiu
i ho country.
P. H. DRAKE & CO,, Atew York.
April Ju itmvlyr
mi4 BARKLEY & CO.,
HAVB CONSTANTLY ON HA^D
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT S SA? MlfflL
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
SAR AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL ? COMOT?VK
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND CUT SPIKES, &C
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES, &c, &c. .
, ?WM ft i.,
NO. 150 MEETING STREET.'
No, 137 MEET?NQ-ST.
CHARLESTON. S. C. i
... - ^
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IBON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINE?
IRON ct WOOD WORK MACHINER!
SAW MILLS, GRIST, MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &c
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE?
COTTON PICKERS, &c, &c.
?ir Rftjireaentedby Mossra. M. E. J?SSC/P k CO.,
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI?
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY, CHEAPNESS, AND RA?
PIDITY CF WORK.
IT GAN BE WOBKED WI TH TWO OB FOUR EANDS,
AND WILL TUEN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
T1IIBTY BALKS, OF FIVE HUNDBtD ? P?IO?D9
EACH, PEB DAY.
The Press ojai bo worked either alongside or nader
tho Ginning R?om, and thus bo nuder cover and worfted
in all kinds of weather. It weighs two thiiuwiwl pounds;
eau be very readily broken apart and cairlod about tho
On exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & MABSHALL'S
I Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store,
CHAlit.KS'J?l.V, S. C.
August 20 _mwf3mos
m, M. QVUW,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
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