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MUNDAY MOJIN1NO, AU'.l'JST VJ, IHI?7.
.. IiOC?r, MATTKRS.
?Ion Wau,-Wo bava now completed our ofhVn
H fi UH lo OSCCatO, in tho ullin tritt possible timi'
AM. KINDS OF JOH WOltR, and wo must 10
speolfully ask tho initionngi'of our ft ii mi a,
I'.nt Ultlrr Not irr.
Van Orn?te, (
CltAUI.E-STON, K. t:., July (J, 1K?7.1
After to-day tho maila tor NorlhiMuttin Railroad
will clono al ? o'clock A.M., ami to-day ami uftor
warda they oro expected to reach tin- llailroatl
"Station" at 2:30 o'clock I'.M., anil to bo ready for
delivery al this oflicc at :?::J0 o'clock P.M., cxcopl
on Sunday, when tho hour will bo from C P.M. to 7
P.M., untilfurther notice.
HTANLKV O. TltOTT, P. M.
POSTOFTICT NOTICE.- An crenion; mnil for Atigug
lo anil Savannah, timi for distribution beyond thoso
ofliccn, will rb-o daily al tho Postoflico at hnlf-past
GEOMIIA STATE IxiTrEitv.-Tho noni drawing
taken placo ut Atlanta un Wodncsilny, Atij;u-.t 21st.
Halo or tichela closes on Tuesday next ut their |
Agency, No. 20 Hr.md ulreol. Call nt once and
Bcetire a fortune, fi
COHN. PHAU, Ai\-We direct attention lo thc ad" '
vertiaenit'iil ol Mr. ll. AUNOI.II, who ollera fur Hale
n full stock of grains, of o ve ry diiHCription, al bin
btand, No. 211) Mooting atrcot, corner of John.
KEOIRTIIATION IS ST. GEOWIK'S PAUIBU-Pirra
PuKi iM't.-Tho following ia tho return of regis?
tration ut Hie Middlo Poll, Hoes' Station, August
Many pontoon nero nrovontcd from rogidtorinc
SuDiir.s I ii: vi II ni A domen.-Weare pained
to oitnoiineo thc midden death of Mr?. ALMAU,
v.hirli took placo venteril:!y murnini.; ill Ht, Pat?
rick's Church, whero HIIC tran attouding carly
]HUH9. Several physicians worn called in, but Ihoy
could do nothing lo arrest tho blow, and tho
spirit departed to thc God who gavo it. Tho din
case waa appoplexy and Ibo stroko a? midden au it
REuiHTiivriON IN COLUMPIA.-Tho l'hwnit given
tho following resulta Tor Friday and Saturday:
'AH on the preceding day, tho registration or
voters in Ibia city on Friday progressed rory
quietly. Tho lint footed up (?'J whitca and U3
"Tho result of Saturday's registration in this
city is UR follows: Whit CH 50; colored 122. Al?
though thc crowd was large around tho rogistrars,
everything waa conducted quiet ly and orderly.
"Beverly Nu nh, ono of tho registrars at Gads?
den, gives us tho following OR tho result ot thal
box for Ibo past throo days: Whites 9; colored 101;
TUE Wiwin M I OF TUE Git AV_This is Ibo litio of
a song which is somewhat sovoro in ita denuncia?
tion of thc United Stales officials in this eily, aa it
rcproeonte that every berth has boon Ulled by tbosu
vim unce woro thc gray. Tba authur in ovidoutly
nu unsuccessful applicant for govcriiniout pap, und
vents bis hidings In tho lugubrious atraina referr?
ed to. These M lan de rn can dn no good and aro hardly
worth rofuting, for if Ibo agrioved party would
investigate tho matter bo would find that tho
wearing of thc gray wau not a recommendation for
a clerkship, when unaccompanied by ability, and
that no preference lins been shown tho ex-rchols
by any nfllcinla in this atty. Tho poetry is for salo
at Mr. B. Doscncn's Nena Depot on llaaol street.
Kunai nu ION IN TUE Ci i v. WV continue our
report of ibo registration, showing tho gains of
tho colored paoplo. In tho second precinct tho
Vi lli tea bad tho mnjorily, but only n small number
of cither class registered.
First Precinct.Bl inj
^econd Precinct.Uli 2fl
Third Precinct.4:1 101
I'anrUi Precinct.M isa
Majority of colored.ttw |
Tho following is tho educational ratiirn for Sat?
urday. Could not write their names:
wu IT ES. rom
Il will bo st'ou from thCHO tabica that a largo
proportion of tho colored citizens aro able to
Avrilc, but othora, who haro acquired this*ail, wcro
afraid to put signatures to tho imper, and pre?
ferred tn moko their mark.
AN RXCOIUUON TO CUAIILESTON.- Tho Savannah
Jtepubtican furnishes us tho following ?lom, which
wo publish in order to proparo our citizons for thc
invasion, and eniibln thom to rccoivo their guests
in a hospitable manner :
"From tho udvertisoment in our columna, it will
bo Been that tho sicamor Fannie, Capl. FENN PECK,
has boen chartered for an oxcuraion to our sister
city, Charleston. Tho Fannie will Icavo our city
oil Munday morning mut, returning Wednesday
ovening. Wo learn that delegates from Axe Com?
panies Nus. 1 and 2 will visit CharloAlon. Tho cx
curaioniHla will arrive in Charleston on Monday
afternoon, whero they will bo rocoivod by many
friends and citizens. Tuesday an excursion will bo
mude around thc harbor, visitiug Sumter and
otbor pointa of interest. Upon tho arrival of tho
/Vinnie at Charleston, tho Secretary of tho Cora
iniltco of Arrangemoiita will proceed to invito
.-many distinguished United States ofticiala and
citizens to thc excursion around Charleston har?
"Tho Forest City Brasa Band, Prof. II lusa, aro
m i'm eil for thia oxcuraion to disnonrso music.
TUE KICKEUHON TIOTKL F IOUT AND THE KIND
FEEI.INOH op TUE Cm-onto Cmzr.sa OF COLUMBIA.
Tho /Vurnir says: "Wo aro gratified to loam that
ibo colored mon of Coln nina havo taken steps to
Volition General Hiern.Es for tho relearn: of tho
young men RADCLIFFE and DALY, or rather, wc
should say, l'or a romiaaion of their aoven suu
"Such ovidciiccs, nf Um kind and sympathetic
relations botweon tho two rucea spunk lotidnr than
all tho p Uti forum, speeches and roaolui loila in the
world. Tho colored community know. Uko others
of our rittzena, that tho.-io young men aro wrong;
But they are also assured thal they did not moan
-?Tong, and in thia action which they havo taken
they doinonelralo thal no mcio political dilloroncca
ofopiuioi can aller tho allegiance which ihoy
havo ever held Inward < old Irienda, nasociatos and
"This petition ia ono of tho happiest signs of
con.',<3cm'0 wo havo yet beard of, and it is to bo
boped ,mU| ?"?uifs from mich an honest source,
it will bo ?ftMM?tl lo aomo vcight in ita considera?
tion by tho military nulhoiitiea. It is tho white
mau whn, who.*1 'ho colored mau in in Iroublo bo?
reT our courts *n<1 magintialcs, alfarda tho lat?
ter assistance ; ai.'1' n?w, when a young aon of
Columbia is in a biu )>ox. why should thc colored
man not recipr?calo ? Ho '? doing so."
hxotiBsioN TO POINT View.-In tbeao piping
limes of "sultriness and iicat," it is a snnrco of
plcasuro for tho poor local, ouco and occasionally,
to havo Ibo privilcgo of wbiliug atvny a half dozou
hours on somo pleasant oxcuraion. A pleasant,
delightful timo wo had on board tho United Slatos
llovonno Cutter Hacer, commanded by Captain
BASER, which, iu consequence of no broozo "stir?
ring on tho foco of Ibo waters," was towed smooth?
ly and ewiftly along by Ibo water boat Aqnca,
Captain LOUMOL aa far na Point Viow, 011
tho Cooper Uiver ; which placo at present is
uudor tho caro and supervision of Colonel
PATTON who ?H engaged in planting thorc.
Wi. took a rido ovor tho plantation. Tho
entire crop sowed down in cotton. Tho number of
acres umlrr cultivation is 250, which wo musl nay
?without exaggeration, ia in na fino a condition os
any cotton In tho country, porfoelly clean, of good
boighlh and woll liollnd. Countless niillionn of
JJIOHBUUIH aro to bo neon blooming as far aa ibo
proipeot extends. Tho only thing to inuit: n a good
.mop ia dry weather and a late fall. If every thing
works right In wind and woatbor, tho proBpccts of
, a magnificent yield will bo euro.
During tho first yoar wo woro infonnod by Col.
PATTON that they unod fertilizers to a great exton t.
Tho froodxnon, ho says, havo worked remarkably
welL They havo boen paid monthly wages, and
appear to bo woll aatisflod with their condition.
In tho alternoon, after spending tho first hours
.of tho day In a truly "good old fashioned style,"
and which wo have nr> causo to rogrot, wo om
. barked again on board tho Racer, and ww landed
. at th? wharf, ario, sober and Hound.
purni or mr. KEV. WALTKH H. Ot'Ennv. AT
J i.onEscc, S. C.-Wo leam thrungli a private
minno or tho ?Icalh or Ihm gentleman, nt Flor
'<>. on l'rldiiy, at 1 A.M. Mr. OVKaUII wan ii
native of Minuter District, hut in known in linn
eily fruin hm eimnoolioii willi thu Marion Artillery,
or which Company ho vu n member during tho
mir. Ho wa? ordained ut Cliornw, in July lost, by
lllnhop DAVIS, arid wan appoiulcd to tho charge or
Hm Marion and timoneo churches. Hu wau taken
eiek at Marion 0. ll. with chilla, mid after a two
weeks' illness died in I'loieuco uf n congestivo
lurer. Hin romaiiiu will bu carried lo Ibo family
burying ground at Ilradford Springe, Sumter Dis?
trict. During bia sickness every attention wai
pnid him by Mr. S. E. IA'CAB, nt whoao house ho
wu? ata.viug, und by others in the village. Ula
Heidorn that tho archer strikes a. moro shining
nark, and Mr. (JUF.nnv's luaa will bo suvoroly felt
by bia pariahiunura, aa hu had endeared himself to
them by hie zeal mid untiring onorgy in tho cauco.
THE Toncnuuirr 1'RO-IVI.HION AND TUR li tor.
lu our notice of thia riot wo niado some stato
menta which hnvo proved injurious to both tho
civil and military olUcerB, nud wo gladly moko tho
nccoaaary explanations. At tho Mayer's Court
?Van?is Davis was not arraigned nu a ringleader,
mid v. lintot er uouuoction hu may havo had with
tho riut did not appoar on tho trial. Davis wan
:n re.-ted for attempting to break into thu bunao of
Mr. AHIIKNS, niter Ibo diaturbauco had coascd,
and for riolous conduct, and ho was tried and pun?
ished for that offonco alono. Nono of tho ring?
leaders were nrroeled, as it was impoosibto, in tho
excited condition of tho mob, to doBignnto who
wero ringleader?, and the disturbance was quellod
by tho nppoarnuco ot tho polico on tho scono, who
weru assisted in their efforts by tho vfcll-diapoaed
negroes, to whom great praise ia duo.
Hey uar J, tho negro who fired tho pistol, was
seen in tho at reola by several persons a abort
time after ho had been turned over to tho military,
but on examination it appears that he was trying
lo obtain bail, nnd was accompanied by a guard.
Ho is Still under arrest and will bo tried boforo tho
Provost Marshall. Wo mako those explanations,
U from tho account published, tho action of tho
Mayor in tho matter won severely commented on
by.thoso who wero ignorant of theso facts. Wo
aro Bitisfiod that from tho chargea preferred
nguiu si Davis, I lint li is|p um slim cut was correct, and
it il had been known that ho H as prominently con?
nected with tho mob, tho public would havo had
no cause to murmur at tho result of tho trial.
Mayor GAILLARD has takon ovory pains to forrot
out Ibo origin of tho disturbance, and wo oro
snlisflod that when tho offenders aro brought to
justice their punishineiit will lie proportionate to
If yon want cheap Slunk Dooks;
H you want cheap Stationery, Hnvolopos, Pa?
per, Ac; or, MII.I.F.KS' Almanac;
If you want Printing oxocutod neatly;
If you want Dooks hound in any stylo, cr Account
Hooks undo to order, with any desired pattom ol
niling, go to HiRAU II Annis, So. 50 Broad street.
ALL RINDS OF JOB WORK DONE AT TUE DAILY
J9?y-TICKETS I'"OR THE OEOItOIA SPATE
LOTTERY eau ba procured at tbs Milla House.
Thc beat Dyspeptic Bitters now in una aro PAN&NIN'S
Hepatic Hiller?. They naver fall to give relier, f?ry a
iKittlu, and be convinced. Fer sale by aU Druggists, m
A Fact \\ m lb Knowing.
Bakers wishing good FLOUR for Hr. ad. should call at
STENHOUSE A CO., No. 110 Last Hay.
Families wisblng choleo FLOUR lor Biscuits. Hulls,
Ac, should call at STENHOUSE A CO., Nu. lin East Bay.
The Time to Advertise In tuc Country.
THE i'm V. V. IX bas a largo clrculaUon throughout th?,
mlddlo and upper Districts or the State. Advertising
rates as roaaonablo as Ibo stringency of tho monoy mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and others wishing to use
the 11iliuaiij of thc paper will address
JULIAN A. aid.UV. Proprlutor.
February.-5 Columbia, S. C.
Thc Poisons of the Day.
Tim late leinis.-ranco InvcstlgaUons tn Maasacbusstts
have thrown a Unod of light on tho horrible abuaca prac?
ticed In tho ll i pier trado. sud havo at tho same Ulna dem?
onstrated tho absolute necessity for unadulterated diffu?
sive st boulants for medicinal purposes. Clargymen of
thc highiet Hlandlng, mou of the highest rank in science,
and philanthropists, who aro above Ute reach of preju?
dice, havo testified not only to thu pernicious edee ta nf
thc adulterated liquors of commerce, but also to the cf
fleecy of uncontaminated alcoholic tonics as remedial
Billi renier ntl \ c BgOlltS.
First on tho list of this class of preparations, best
known aud most extensively used of ail thc stomachics
nf tho day stands HOSTKTTER'S STOMACH HITTERS.
This specific ls tho only ropresuntnUvc of that absolutely
pure article which emir.cet divines, chemists, physicians
and social economists ID New England have just declared
not lo he a proper subject for prohibitory legislation.
Tho faculty proclaims by tho nu.a lbs of Kn professors
that a sUmulaut or Uils character ls a medical necessity.
HOSTETTER'S DITTEHS saUsfles all thc requirements
nf Batanea, Ita alcoholic principio is freo from Ihn irrt
Isling constituante which analysis detects in cnn tbs
best i m |ierl cd liquors, and the vegoUblo extracts with
which it ls medicated aro among the best anUdotca sod
restoratives that botanical ?deuce, In ita world-wide re?
search, has yet discovered. It ls an induhltalxlo fact that
somo constitutum? and habits of body demand stimula?
tion. sud for all such a stimulant which combines anti
bilious "aud ?lightly aperient properties with ita tonic
virtues la manifestly desirable. 0 August 10
Know thy Destiny.
MADAME E. F. TIIOBKTOK, the groat English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychomslriclan, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, luis now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Mad am o Tuons ros pos?
sesses such wondsrful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to 11 o par i knowledge of tho greatest importance
lo tho slDglo or married of either sox. While lc a stain
of trance, sho dellnoales the vary hutu rcs of thc person
you aro to marry, and by the aid of an instrument or In
[.. nie power, linoun aa thoPsychomobrope, guarantees to
produce a life like picture of Ute future husband or wife
ol the applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
in Ufe, loading traita of character, Ac. This ls no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. Sho ?lil
semi when desired, a certified certifica to, or written
guarantee, that the picture ls whst lt purports to bo. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and giving place of hirth,
ago, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cenU
aud stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will re*
coli e tbs plot urn snd desired Information by return mall.
Ali communications sacredly confidential. Address, lo
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box ?8,
Hudson. N. Y ly March SU
. Fpce to Everybody.
A Largo 0 pp. circuler, giving Information of thc
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
Il teaches how tba homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to send their
address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Troy. N. Y.
TUE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AB PART?
NERS, and proposo to practice tn tho STATE
CUURTH OF LAW AND EQUITY for tho Districts ol
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colleton, under tho nuns and
slylo of "DAVANT."
Omre, tor tho present, st QILL1SONVILLE, South
Caroline. R J. DAV ANT.
November-^_fm_J. fl. PAVANT.
riMlE SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
1 will for the present be carried en aa usual by tho
undersigned at No. <H Rest Bay, ovrr tbo store formerly
occupied by ORAIO, TUOHEY A < O.
Ail persons having Individual rial als mast pressnt tho
simo, sud those indebted indlvldudly wlU msko pay?
ne ut to JOHN TOOMEY.
July 20 _
?TKA5I GAH KITORR AND 1'I.U M Ii K lt,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS PIXTUflEs. 'JAB
FrrriNO AND PLUMBING PROMPTE, VT
TKNIiKII TO. NO. 1IC KINO Hf?XmWt,
Align.! fil_rtelwffii fi reed and ontvii streets.
CITY TAXEN-MONTHLY RETURNH.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, >
ORT HaiJU August 1,1867. I
V OT?..1-: IS HF.HKBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
jy thsl the Monthly Returns for the roonlb of Inly
I past, lu compliance with the Tax Ordinance ratified on
tho 'JSlh day of December, 1B0J, must be made en or be
foro tho leih Ir.stant. TL O. GIBSON,
August 7_13_etty Asa-?OT.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE.
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM QUALM KPH
street lo Mo. 77 mu; ECU STREET, near Si.
I Michael's Alley. | Apmi.i ?i
THE CAROIA???A TIMES',
Pl HI. I MIE O AT on AN G HDD nu C. M.
frails PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT Til F
I middle portion of tbs State, and offen the bast
fae Ul u cs for advertisers. February aa
Ilrmlquartcrs Second Military District,!
CUUOUIUH, S. C., May 30. ltM><- I
IUEMEOAI. Ounr.nn No. 32.] a
I. Any clliiuu, a qualified voter according to tue nv
qulrcmcuts ol tho "Act tn provide for the mott efficient gov?
ernment of the rebel Stale;" puscd March 2d, 1807, omi
Inc Act luypletntnlary thereto, passed March 'J3d, 1B07, la
ellKlhlc to office, kn tho provlalonal co. i? ruinent of North
aud Routh Carolina. All pcraous appointed toymen ?til
bo roquirrd to toko tho oatli proscribed hy thc Act a to ro?
sall!, and lo Ole tho aa ruo, duly subecrlhcd and sworn,
with tho Post Commander,
lt. AU citizens assessed for laxcs.aud who ?Us ll havo] Md
laxos for tho current year arc qualified to aorvo asjuron.
It shall bo tho duly of tho proper civil officers charge*!
willi providing lists of Jaron, to proceed"within their
several Jurisdictions, without delay, aud ascortalu tho
names of all ijuallflod persona and place them un tho Jury
Ulta, and from such revtsod Usia all Jurors shall bo here?
after summonod end drawn In Ibo manner required by
III. All citizens are eligible lo follow any llcoosed call?
ing, employment, or vocaUon, subject to such Impartial
regulations as may be prescribed by municipal or other
competent authority, not lnconslatont with commou
right and tho constitution and lana of the Colled r?tales.
Tho bond required aa MUCH ri ly shall not etceed the ponai
sum of ouo hundred dollars. Ono or moro sureties,
being citizens, aud worth in tho ogRTognte double tho
amount of tho bond, over and above Jutt debts, will bo
IV. Tho mayors ot tilles and otbor municipal and
town omccrs, and all eliot I fis, magistrates and pollco
forces aro required to bo vigil ut sud cfUclcnt lo main?
taining order ?and lu tho dlschsrgo of their duties they
will bo expected to co-oporato with tho military autbo
Y. Post Commandors may suuuuou to their aid when - ?
evar Uio ordinary meena at their dliposal ahab not bo ??
aunicluut to oxecuto their orders, auch of tho civil ofH
ccrs, and as many of tho eiu tuns wlthlu thu territorial
limits of tho mllllary post as may ba noceanary; aud tho
neglect or refusal of any person to aid and assist tn tho
i icu timi ol tho orders of tho comm anding officer will
ho deemed a mlidomoanor punishable by such Uno and,
imprisonment aa may be Imposed by a military tribunal,
approved by tho Commanding OcnoraJ.
YI. No 11 ce ur o for tho aale of Intoxicating Uquora in
quanllUes leas than ooo gallon or to be drank on tho
premises, shall bo granted, to any person other than on
Inn-keeper; tho number of such Uceases shall be doter -
mined, an 1 tho foes to bo charged for each Uccnao shall
bo proscribed and colluded by tho municipal or town
Ruth ort tl Od, and appropriates! exclusively for tho bonoOt
of tho poor. If any person ahull bo found drunk ou tho
premises whore liquor is sold tho Uconso may bo re?
voked by any magistrate ' Tho tax Im poled by tho In?
ternal revenue laws of the United Stales la an addiUonal
charge, and docs not excuso thc party from tho obacrv
anco of local rcgulaUons, nor exempt him from tho pay
moot of such uLher lloonse fees aa may be Imposed by
municipal or other competent authority.
vu. All contracts hereafter tnado for Uio manufacture,
salo ur transportation, storage or luau ranee of Intoxicat?
ing liquors, ?hali, within thia Military matriel, bo
deemed and treated as against pubUc policy, and no ci?!l
action, ault or proceeding for tho enforcement nf any
such contract shall bo entertain od In any court.
VIII. lu public conveyances, on railroads, highways,
streets, or uavhrablo waters, no elise rim! nat ian biy-.usj
of color or caste shall be made, and tho common right of
all citizens therein shall bo recognized sod respected.
Tho violation of this regulation w ill be doemr-d a mis?
demeanor and render tho offender liable to arrest and
trial by a military tribunal, to bo designated by tho Com?
manding (le?era!, besides such damages as the Injured
party may suo for and recover In Civil Courts.
TX. Thoremcdyby distress forren! ls abolished. Where
lands aru loosed or let out for hire or rent, colton, corn
or other produce of tho same, when severed from tho
Und, may bo Impounded; but tho same shall not bo re
moved. And cotton, corn, or other produc? so im?
pounded, sholl bo held aa security for tho rent or biro so
claimed, and may be ?old ?in satisfaction of any Judg?
ment for tho aamo: Provided, that any unsatisfied
claim for labor bestowed upon the cultivation of such
cotton, corn or other produce, shall lu no casa bo post?
poned to any demand for rent or bira; but to the extent
of auch claim for labor, there shall bo a Hen on such cot?
ton, corn or otbor produce, having p referen co over any
claim for rent or hire.
By command of Mojor-Genorol D. E. 8ICKI.ES.
J. W. CLOU?.
Captain 3)1 th TJ. S. Infantry,
A. D. C. and Act. AasIsL AdJ'L (len.
OFFICIAL : ALXXSNOEB MOOKE, Captain 33th Infantry,
Ald-dc-Camp. Juno T
WE HAVE, NOW ADDED TO OUK NEWB
PAPEH ESTABLISHMENT a moat extoueivo and
Supplied with a groat vari o ty of PLAIN AND
FANCY TYPE, of th? latest and roost approved
fltylea ; and wo havo ovcry facility for executing
all kinds of JOB .WORK in
Bill and Lotter Heads
tfec, &c, &c.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS HE- j
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
leave their orders with DH. We
will guarantee as good work, aud
nt as CHEAP RATES, as eau be
had in Charleston.
CATHCART, M'MILLAN A MORTON.
DURYEA & COHEN,
H8.UVII?KA. . . J. It<HKTT WM I Ki.
OFFICE : LIBRARY IIUII.DING,
COU. UUOAD AND CHURCH CTttKCTK.
August 19 intiliuti
THE WEARING OF THE OKAY,
A NEW BONO TO AN OLD TU <L\
Tlie Wearing of tho Green,
DI HUAiiUS NAM PHON.
BOLD DY U. DOr???ER,
Augil-t 10 _No. 78 HABEL STIIEET.
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
THE WATF.ll OF THIS SPRING IH BELIEYED TO
ba unequalled by that or any oOior In Hin far-lamed
valley of huratoga. Ils virtues ore such an liuvc Fcciirril
lt tho hli;h encomiums nf sll who Intro used lt, liumMSH.
lng, as lt ?loca, in nu rmlttptit tlrgrvo, calhotilr. diuretic,
ultenttlve anil Ionic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. 1).. l'ror.nwt
Practico of Physic, Jefferson Medical College. Phil*
dcjphla, formerly ur Cliarleatoit ,S. C.
PniutD?Li'iiiA, November IB, 18iV>.
I hovo bren fora year or moro past lu tito bitblt ol
taking tho waler of tho "Exrolslor" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during tho great purllon of my Invuliil Ute
to uso tboilirfrrent waters of Hie several louutoiuH which
boil up along that rcmerkablo valley, dependent, indeed,
upon them tor much of tho comfort 1 enjoy, I nm satis
fled that Ibo Excelsior Water ls as well uduptcd us any
othor among them, if nut moro so, to thu purp.? i ? lor
which thoy aro generally em ploy ed. ll is very agreeable,
strongly Impregnated with tho carbonic, acid, lively omi
sparkling. . . . Lean heartily and coiiHcientlotiHiy
recommend it lo all who need a gentle cathartic anil
dlr. r.-tlc SAM UKI, HEN UV DICKSON. M. ll.
Tho Water ls put up lu Pint oud gnarl liol I les, and
parked lu good order for shipping. Tints in hove, ol
Tour donni each, and Quarts lu noir? of two ilo/nu each
h. il.D AT wnoi.EHAi.i: tiv
G00DR1C1I, WINE5UN & CO.,
Importen and Wholesale Druggists,
Ko. 1D3 MEETING S TU I l l',
erron IT: CHA m.KM ON HOTEL.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 101 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
And for salo by fl rat class Druggists mut Hotels.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CATAWBA COUNTY. NOHTH CAUOLINA.
rT\HE PnOPIUETOllS OF THIS CELEBRATED
A WATERING PLACE, having gone lo great expens
since Ibo last season. In changing thc position of and rs
pairing Ihn COTTAGES, grading the Walks and erecting
now Buildings, tojathcr wlih many other luipi
will open TH L' SPlt I Ni! S for thc rec option ol visitors on
Saturdav, ?June list, 18(57.
Boing situated to the northwestern pm t uf ihr Slate,
In a country romarkablo for Hs beautty aud bculthlu]
nass, these, together with the virtue- ol Ibe Waters, m?ke?
lt ono of tho most destraillo WA l'Elu Si ? PLACES In the
THE MINERAL WATERS
Of THE SPRINOK are tho While and Dino Sulphur, ami
Chalybeate, and they ?tusaras all tua finest qualities ?I
th csa waters, aud aro sovereign remedien fur all disease*
Of ibo LIVER, DOWELS, STOMACH and KIDNEYS.
THE SPRINGS aro acccssltihi by any of the roads lead?
ing to BaUshury, N. C., and at that point Hm Western
North Carolina Itallroad will ennvry visitors tn liirkory
Station, at which piare conveyances are always lu attend
.uco to Uko Ibero to THE SPRINGS.
Dr. WHITE, ot Ul? Mrdlral College nf Virginia, will lie
at THE SPRINGS tho entire Season, sud invalid* may
roly upon good attention.
Having again secured tho services of Mrs. WRENS',
and made ampio arrangements for keeping a HOOD
TABLE and tbs best Wines, Liquors ami Srgars. and
having engaged Smith's Hand lor die Season, wo eal ely
promise to all every convenience for pleasure, rninlort
and amuaamuut tint may ba desired. 1
BOARD I'KI I MO-? TH.orin Oil
1IOAHU PEIl WK lilt. 18 UH
BOARD PER DAV. 3 till
< lillilrrn antler 7 yours of ago ami Ser?
vais ts Half I'r lee .
J. GOLDEN WYATT & CO.,
NOTICE TO MAILOR* OR IMMIU1CAKTS.
HOTEL OB BOARDINO-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
March 19, 1H07. j
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOIJ.OW1NO ACT OF
tbe Legislature, passed the 90Ui day nf December,
1860, all persons cc ncr rued aro hereby notified lo call al
thia Omeo and take out the required license Immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Couurll.
AN ?OT ron THE HUTT rn i HUT tri lot or SEAMEM ANO
i kt ta ir, HA NT* LS TUE roar ?un min. ut or CTIAIIUEK
L Re it mud fd, by the Senate ami Iluutr of Reprf tenta
tires,'rune met and titting in General durably, and by the
authority of the tame, '1 hut lt shall not be lawful lor any
person, ?x?ept a pilot or public utllcer, to board ur at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving in thu pori or hurl - .r ol
Charleston, before such vessel sholl haw becu made fast
lo the wharf, without Ant obtaining leave from tho mas?
ter or person having charge of such vesaul, ur from her
owner or agents.
II. It shill not be lawful for any owner, agent, master,
or other person having chargo ot any vessel arriving or
being In th* port of Charleston, lo permit or atitbnnxo
any sailor?, hotel or boarding botuto keeper, tint llrnnaod
ss hereinafter provided, or any agent, ruinier or em?
ployee or soy sailor's or immigrant's hotel or brairding
house, to board, or sttompt to hoard. any vassel arriving
In, or lying, or using tn the harbor or port ot Charleston,
before such vasse! shall havu boen matte, fast to thu wharf,
or anchored, with Intent lo Invite, ask or aoUcii ibu
boarding of any of the crow employed on such vessel,
lil. ft shall not bo lawful for any sailor's or muni
grant's hotel or boarding bouse keeper, or thc employee
of auy sailor'? or immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having board ott any vessel made fust to auy wbsri
tu tba port ol Charleston, to neglect or refuto tu leuvo
said vessel, alter having been ordered so lo do by tho
master or person haying charge of such vcsscL
IV. It snail not bo lawful tor any person to keep, con
duct or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, ugont or
otherwise, any sailor's or Inimigrunt'a uoarding botuto,
or eailur's or immigrant's hotel, in thu city ot Charleston,
w ithout having a llconao front thu City Council thureof,
V. lt Mhill not bo lswlul tor sny person, not having the
license in bala Act provided, or not being the regular
agent, runner or employee of a person having such lt
renae, lo invite, ask or solicit in the city or harbor ol
Charleston, Ibo boarding or lodging of any of thu crew
employed on sny vessel, or ol any Immigrant arriving m
tbs said city of charleatoTi.
VL Tho City Council shall tako Ibu application of any
person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or Bailor's or Immigrant's hotel,
in the city ot Charleston, and upon aatislsctory ev iden, e
to them of tho respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, and of tho ?ul table li tua Of hut serum mod slums,
nhs!) issue to him a lIrenae, which shall bo good lor ouu
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
koop a Bailor's or immigrant's boarding houso tn the city
of Charleston, and to Invito and solicit boarders tor the
VIL Tho City Council may, upon sa Us fae tn ry ovidouco
of tho disorderly character of any sailors' or immigrants'
hotel or boarding house, licensed SH hereinbefore pro?
vided, or of tho keeper or proprietor of any such house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, In lu
v I ti ii H or soliciting boarders or lodger* for auch house,
on tho part of auch keeper or proprietor, or any of hts
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt tn por
aojado or entice any of tho crew to desert mun uny vessel
In the harbor of Charleston, by such k co per or proprie?
tor, or any of lila agents, runners or cmployocs, revoke
the Ucenso tor kreplug such houso.
VIII. Every person receiving the Ucenso hereinbefore
provided lor shill pay to tho City Council sfurcaald ibu
?um of twenty dollars.
LIL The aald City Council shaU furnish to each railer's
or immlgranl'a hotel or boarding houso keeper, Uccused
ny them as aforesaid, ono or moro hodges or shields, ou
which ?ball be printed or engraved Ibo uomo of such
hotel or boarding unuse keeper, and tho tiutiilier und
street of bis hotel or boarding house; and widen said
badges or shields shall bo aurrendercd to said City Coun?
cil upon tho revocatlou by theui, or expiration of uuy
Ucenso granted by them, OH berrin provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotol or boarding?
house keeper, sud evory agent, ronner or employ?e ol
such hotel or boarding-House keci-cr, when hoarding any
vessel tn tho harbor of charleston, or whon inviUng or
soUolUng tho boarding or lodging of any seamail, sailor
or person employed on any veaaul, or of any i inmigrant.
ahoU wear, conspicuously displayed, tbs shield or badge
referred to tn tho foregoing section.
XI. ll ?hill not lie lawful for ?ny person, except those
earned In tho preceding section, to uave, wear, exhibitor
display my auch shield or badge lo any of tho crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or lo any immigrant so arriving in
the city of Charl, ito?, with tho intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such Immigrant or ol
airy of the crow employed oa any Teasel using lu the
harbor of Charles lon.
XII. Whoever shill offend against any or either of Uio
.provisions contained In section 1, J, J, 4, 6,10 and ll, in
thia Act, shall bo ceemod guilty ol . misdemeanor, and
.hall, upon couvlotlon thoroof, bo punlshrd by Imprison?
ment fnr a term not exceeding ono your, and not lera
than thirty days, or by a Ono uol exceeding two hnndrv-J
?nd fifty dollar i, and not les* Uian imo hnndrod dollars,
or by both such Ono and imprisonment.
XIII. The word "vessel, aa used in this Act, Miall In?
clude v?asela propelled by a team,
Ba tho S?nalo Home, tbs twentieth, day of Dccomnt r, lu
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
.Ixty-aii. W. D. PORTER,
President of Uio Benote.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Bpoaker House of Representatives.
Approved December 90. 1866 I!
j AU xs I? Ona, Governor,
Morrb ll _
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NE Wb
Cheraw, B. a Published weekly, by H. 0. POWELL.
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One Square, ten Unes or Isss, Oral insertion.61 69
For each subsequent Insertion. 1 00
Al Advertisements tn bo distinctly marked, or they
will bs published until ordered out, and charged accord
t?orcliAnl* and otho? advertising by the year, s hbo*
ral deduction on t'as ?luve rates will be ms.lo,
fl? PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY O. IL, AT
A 63 p?r annum,' and. r-Tlag a burge clrculaUon
Un-ougb all the upper and lower Districts of the Stale,
afford* gmt od van tige* to advertisers.
Ra toa for advertising very reasonable - for which apply
lo our Agent, Ut V. P. BE?DUt, u Itu Mills House.
mOS. V At B. II. ORE KKK Ell.
Noieinkw sf ??Ts vr-d propnttois.
"Arrow Tic" Cotton lUm
A x IM1MIOVKU NKTIIOU III" I-'ASTZ. '.
IMO* DAMtM OX ll A I.KS.
SECURED UV ROYAL LETl' Elis PATENT : ALHO, HY
CONTINENTAL. COLONIAL. ANO AMERICAN
A substitute for R<i|>o In I .?lim: Colton.
Cull? li HU, Iii lilli on faster, holds tho Into smaller, and
av i 11 not rot.
Adjusted to tho MM of tho halos ut thu Prcas, and with
th? samo f u 'lily a? Hope.
Psiiitrd ami put up IB tim most convenient form for
Tbesu TIES arv acknowledged hy all who have tined
them to ho tho liest invented.
A fresh supply Just reeeiveil, mu) for salo uv
ROBERT M U UK ic CO.?
ACEM'S l im rjOUTII t'ARtll.IXA.
August 10 lino
HAND POVBR COTTON PRM
For Cnuronioiict), Economy timi
Cheapness, iiici greatest tabor
S;i\ in- Machine that can fie
pul on u Plaudit ion.
OI'IMOXS UP IT IK. I'EtlPI.Ei
ALLKSIIALI:, HAIINWKI.I. DlSTBICT, H. C.,)
I M nr. h I, Mm. (
Mixtet. Little il- .Vun.Au/. :
HKNTLI.SIKN : I nh. .I, .lorim: the past Benson, one ol
"liigi-rsoll'A Portable Cotton Presse*." purchased of you
last n'epteinliur. I have always lieen pieiiidieed In favor
of tho "Ncrcw l'ress," anil nothing but .lire loves niv in*
du cl moto try any other. 1 lake plonsurc. however, m
inline: my testimony tn tavur of Itu eulin- itiiaplutiou lo
thu tvuV.ts ot a eottoit plantation, ll ha? surpassed my
i ir M s.nttitiiiio expectation*. I have packed ?nil lint
two tiaiuR vet 1 preler four-two nt each lever. My
l?ales all weighed over Cnn His. Tba first lot I prut to
market averaged Sfi'l I .a. My impression is Hist Mm His.
is about UM rnparlly or tho Pn-ss, ami u greater number
of |K>iimls subject the foilnw-hlnck to ton much risk, un?
less thu sides ol' thu culbin box was Increased, lt would
nilli greatly to the vallie or the Press If tho cotton box
was tun inches hinger. In liaste, I nm, very respectfully,
Your obo.lhnt servant, kr,. II. \V. LAWTON.
P. S. 1 look my Press down mid ramed il somu lour
miles to pack Hie crop of n neighbor, who lailed to havu
n "Screw" built: lin was MO much pleased thal lin has
.in. run:.i .1 to 'alutulon the "Screw" and piirehai-o "In?
gersoll's Press." ll. '.V. L.
Orna* OK KINO'S MOUNTAIN RAILIIOAII COMI'ANV, I
ViiRKViLi.i:. S. C.. April IA IMI7. I
('?KNTI.FMKX : I have jual rccejvi-d your letter ol Feb?
ruary lilli-II|HIII my return to Ibis place, alter au ab?
sence or two mouths-md this roply may bu lou late for
your "IlrseripOve Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
Tim Press 1 ilseil iii packing my colton In t j eur
worked admirablv. larking, willi imo lr.nn SOU to 616
Hw. Willi good active liaiiils lo work ll, I am hatisflod
that I nun eighteen lo itveuty bales might readily be
packed in a dsy.
T hU Pr ss eoiuliines Hie advanlnges or lightness, and
consequent portability and simplicity (being eaeily man?
aged h.. any one nt' ordinary Intelligence!. Orval com?
pressing force, with IllUo niollvo i?mvrr, and "last, but
not least," it u worked entirely by hand, timi saving fur
the rariu horses tho haul lalior lui]Miied upon them by
tho uso or tho i .r.linan ".Screw."
Respectfully. Ac, yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITT Ut A- MAILSIIAI.U Charlestnu, S. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRUULAIt and PRICE LIST
LITTLE at MARSHALL,
Agents for flic Ingersoll Colton
No. 140 URETINO STREET,
. Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
JllUO 17 llltvf ( Earl..? ton. H. I'.
PATENT S RI iF- PARTEN INO WnOUCillT IRON
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT LOUISIANA
IT IS AS CHEAP A TIE. AND THE REST ONE YET
iuveiileil. It ls thu strongest Titi, standing by lest a
strain of ( asm) two thousand pounds. The most easily
adjusted l ie, os it ls scll'-rastunlng. Tim most simple,
requiring only lo slip tlir band Into the liurkle. snit Ibo
c'a,til ny of tho cotton lasteiis Itself, and lt catiiiot In?
For tain, in larga ur small ipianUllrs. hr
ROSS, RODERTS i CO..
C?.nt ntl ??lon Menhams and th m ral Agents,
No. HCi Front street. New York City.
STREET URO. A CO., Agent.?,
July lj _gmo_Charleston, s. C.
"EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
ii mi: ON LT nv
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
NEW YORK-187 Waler strorL
IIOSTON-5 Ph.i nu Dulldiag.
NEW ORLEANS-01 Ht. Charles street.
August 6 orno
Foi' the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
(IRANT TEnFUME, DiBtillotl from tho Raro ami
licautiful Flower from irliioli it lakes it s nnmo.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PIIAL0N * SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK TOR PH ALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists, gonerally, and
Sold at Whole sale by
GOODRICH, WtW & CO.,
january 21 mthlyr
"ProvoRtion is Rotter than Cur?. "
Celebrated Froventive Lotion.
4 rPROVED AND HIOIILY RECOMMENDED HY
J\_ tho French Medical Faculty, as Ibo only sato und
liilalllbls antidoto sgalnst Infection from Special Diseases.
This Invaluable preparation la aitltcd tar either sex, sud
hos proved, from ampia experlonce, Ihe most e?iclcnl
and reilahlo Preventive, ovor discovered, thus effecting a
dnstderaluin lou? sought tor in the Medical World, lt
used according to directions every possibility ol dsngor
may he avoided: a single application will radically neu?
tralise tho venereal virus, expel sdi Impurities from ?ie
absorbent vessels, sud rendor contamlnsUon impossible.
Ho wisc in Um?, and st a very small outlay, aavs boura ni
unlold bodily and mculal torments.
This most Tollable spcclnr, ?o uni -ereally adopted In
tho Old World, ta nsw offered for aalo for tba first lime In
America by F. A. DUPORT k I 0., only authorized
Agents lor tho United Sla'oa.
Price (3 per bottle. 1-orgo holtlo, double size, SS.
Tho usual discount lo the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt or prlco, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT it CO.,
Bole Agents for Dr. Htoord's P, L ,
May 20 lyr No. 12 Poid fllroct. Network.
The (ire on ville Mountaineer
IS PURLISHF.D EVERY THURSDAY, AT tl SO PER
year, In a I vance. Advertisements Inserted at us ml
rates. O. E. ELFORD,
May io Editor and Proprietor
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
,1 T TUB LOWEST RATES. WHOLESALE OH HE
PERKY DAVIS' l'A IN KILLER
HOSTBTTEICS. IIOUFLAND'S ASH
PLANTATION m ri cits
HALL'S HAIR RENEWER
WIST.vlrs HALHAM CHERRY
HOLLOWAY PILLS ANO OINTMENT
Wlttoilrs VKUKTAUL : PILLS, tte, ft?*.
tuc K?I>> by
K. ll. KELLERS & CO.,
No. IUI MEKTINU KTIUSKT.
AttjTUsl "_ OppuiaUi Mnrlcrl.
For Sale, Wholesale!
SUPER OAHU NORA)
CHEAM OP TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, .Vc-., ki:
E.H. KELLERS & CO.
NO. lill M BETI NO STREET.
j^rlTHATK itv HI I.V HU
< IIUOMIC ACID
HYPO Stll.l'IIITK SODA
For nulo by
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEEI INO STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET.
JU S T lt JJ G J-: 1 V E r> :
IlllOMlDF. POTASSIUM, Ai;., .Vo.
For Mit1, Wholesale ami Kolall, by
E. II. KELLEKS & CO.,
No. Ul M BETI NO ST.. OPPOSITE MARKET.
Yl/HAT IS A COUOII? IT IS SOMI.THINO THAT
VT needs Dr. C. O. OAIIRISON'H EXPECTORANT at
Price fifty colds per bot t lo.
For Halo, ?I...I, ..!,. mut ratall, ni mr store. Nu. 'Jil
Soutli Eighth atrev?. Philadelphia, and hy
nc i wi r, gs MOIST?.
?. ... BOOTH ERN miro HOUSE,
Nu. 101 M...-tin,; street, Opposite Charleiiloii Hotel.
August ia mllllir,
THE BEST TO? NOW I? USE !
^CHILLS & FEVER
WE HAVE USED OALLIOH AN'S PILLS. AND FIND
that Uley will do all that la claimed lor them, and
cheerfully recommend them lu puhhi: favor.
T. II. WATTS, Bi-tii,vernor ut Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Alfy Oen'l or Alabama.
KOUT. DOUOUERTY, Jmlgo Suiiremo Court Ala.
From TnoMAfl J. JunciK. Jiulgn Supremo Court.
I havo unod UAI.1.H1 HAN'S PILLS un my plautution
fur Fever and Ague, and Hud them all that ts claimed for
them. THOH. J. JU DOE.
Montgomery. Ale., Septembar 29, IBA*.
LoWMUCa COUNTT, Alabama.
OALLIOHAN'A FEVER AND AOUK PILLS will du.
Tliry aru decidedly tho best medicino rnr CIIIIIH and l e
vui-1 ever gave. 1 would not be without them for Ave
Umps tim price. J. A. ult AU AM.
A vt K 1111 r K, April 17, ISO".
Oocboxof OALLIOHAN'S PILUS rural m.. pref. .-Hy
or Chills and Fever. TTiey ar? tho host nu ilirlmi mr
' lilila and l ever I ever saw. A. O. DONALDSON.
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter Comity, Os.
MtrxniouKnv, ALA., July 9, I860.
Mettra. BLTINT U HALE-OCNTM: I havo used your
ti At.!.HUI A Sri FILLS on two occudons for chills ona
Fuvcr, nml Und that they effect all timi they aro Intend?
ed to do. They oro tho boat remedy for thu di?cono th il
I havo ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliablo.
Respectfully. KA VI, SAYRE.
Orand Sec. Urand Lodgo ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
Ai Huar, (IA , March ll, 1BC7.
I havo used OALUOHAN'S PILLS in forty cases ol
Chills sud Fovor, with pert cot succees. They aro the
best Fever and Aguo lill put up.
A. B. PANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON. BY
UOODRICII, WIM M \N cb CO.,
No. 163 Meeting eire ti!.
And hy all Druggists.
in,tu \ i .v. n.M.t:,
May 14 flinn Montgomery, Ala.
ALL HAIL TuWllwiiOR!
HOPE FOR TUE mmmm INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE UBE OF
PULMOiXIC ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DECLININO HEALTH, WHICH
was precarious, ami thoir rrrnvrry despaired nf,
do now wltn grateful emanations to tho All-Wise Dis?
poner, offer h ra rt tel i thanks for thia timely remedy. Dur?
ing tho short limn nineo Ils publie introduction Into uae,
thu Originator hos most happily realized her most san?
guino oxpecUtionti In manifestations Issuing from all
??iitrter* of Ita unparalelled . ural iv n pro|>ertles, for In no
rase where lt han been administered with regard to di?
rections, and perneverrd In, has ll felled iu Its beneficial
In resorting to this remedy, the Invalid con depend
upon thu safely or every article In Its preparation, and
while lt accelerates tho healthful n action? ol etch organ
and vessel, the mind can bo perfectly free from appre?
hension nf any subtle. Ingredient being Insinuated into its
Th? ep pel I te, which Improves undcrita admlnielraUon,
ls at liberty to Indulge prudently lu whatever, nutriment
le palatable, digestivo and wholesome, and while lt ia no
more than proper tn avoid exposure to fresh cold, no tear
nocd ho entertained nf any liability undor this conree of
treatment to induro IL It Ls a pleasant AROMATIC
could M., quite agrooabln to tho taste, and as a lung ro?
ri vi fy or Mid balsam, of health, lt ls distinguishing itself as
without precedent, and wo trust will, ero lonur, claim for
Itself general acclamation for Hs unrivalled efficacy.
For aale by thc Proprietress, Mrs. CECILIA RODRI
nUT/N, norUiwest comer ol MEETINO AND SOCIETY
?ITKEKTH, and principal Druggists.
PRICE KINOLE DOTTLE ILM.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR I
For RrmovInK Superfluous Hair.
THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommend, itself aa being an almost in
llepcnaible article to female branty, ls easily applied,
loos not burn or Injure tho skin, hot acta directly on thu
roots. It lo warranted to remove luporrluoua hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally ead radically extirpating the same, leaving tho
ullin soft, smooth and natural. This ls tht, only artlclu
need by tho French, and is the only real effectual depila
lory In existence. Price 78 cents per package,' pott
I'll J to any address^ gal receipt of an order, bj
BEsTOKB, SHOTTS A CO., Chemist*
Morah 80 lyr No. SSS Elver st., Troy, N. V.
^A UCT I ON 8AIE8.
now F.Ks Ai MU.fox .
< li? ap ?'null Mor.-.
FANCY ARTICLl'.*. iiiclintini: Mtv oooli.-i, Mim?,
Hat*. Iloalery. Hendy.Madn f letliinr.. JewHry. Trunks
Ac,nt N?. MW Kim', mar Mary alie. I,
i'obJii- Auction, Kvicitv KV KM UM I, eMiMcndnji tl H
llnlimil' '1 arbolen received tor ?ale.
_A"KUHl tv_ MVM
Wirra' ttice! Wire'
IIV LAUHBY At Al KXA.M1K1I.
TO-HOItROW, 'ililli buttant, will li?, auld, below our
Hbire. No. la: last llay. al III oVlnek,
|:l Hereon PK USU HEAT CAROLINA KICK
a bbla. Freeh Heal Carolina Ric?
10 bbl*. Kant hulla Hice.
Coii?itiuiia raab. Annual pi
Tirent y r'urms vii John's Mimi, sereu miles Jinni
UV SMITH (H McUILUVItAY.
Itrial Kalntc llrokcra, Noe '-47 llruail Street.
At I'rivalc t'alo
TIP S. LANDS ar? beautifully located on tlio Stone
Itlvcr, liiiuieillaU'ly o|i|Hialte Now Town Cul. FlratctaM
lonu cotbiu anil iinivlalun lamia. Tb? l arina am?boid
??l aeren euell. Kow boah) < an rcaeb tim city III two
bourn, lo Kiipply tbe marketa. All uilmirablu op|H)riiiiii
ly la Ilma prom ailed lo pernone of HHIHII nu aim ilnlnm:
tu inn;n,:i. Iii fitriiiiuar.
Cali al No. 'il limul! STREET, ami TC? 1'lalH of Iben ?
Funn*. Auxuat lt)
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale ?s Keii.il Denier
N H W H l'A 1' V. lt S, S T A T 11> N B lt V, K T 0.
No. B'47 KINO NT lt K KT
(OppoJllo Aim street I,
C h n i* 1 o ? t o n, O. S.
Tbe LATEST ISSUES ol Ibu 1'rraa alwaya on baml.
HulN*eri|illotiH reeelviHl ami Gooda dullverud ur tor*
? ann 11 by Mall or Eapreaa.
All CAMI i Hi I 'Mils will bo promptly allouded lo.
February TH ly
FUN FOR ALL !
1?allix INSTRUCTION ?< uv WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or ten?ale, eau minter tlio creal art nf Von
trlloipilHin by n few hourn' practice, making a wurbl ol
fun, mid alter becoming experta them.niven, can learb
oibeni. He reby ulakine; lt a aourro of income. Full m?
hii neni n i nen! by mail mr Cu cunta. Mululu, Hen miar
Ail.iren le O. Drawer Si, Troy, N. Y.
51 ay l'.l _ _ _lyr
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
KU. ai JOIIM STUEET, Bl KW VUKK.
ALL STYLES A ND QB AD ES OF LEAD PENCIL!,
ol Niipcrior tpinllty aro inauuiaoluroil ami ollercu
ul lair tcruiH tu Ibo Trade. 'Ibu public aro Invited
to ijivo tbo AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL tho pro
TUE PENCILS AUB IO DE HAD AT ALL THE
l'lllNCU'AL STATIONERS AND Ni) 1 ION
ASK FOn THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. )
EnaiNEuniMo DBFAKTUENT, I
YAI.K fi ni.eon, November ll), luau. )
I have alwayn recommended thu Faber Polygrailu
Lend Peticlln aa th? only pencil. Ulled for both ornatnou
tal and mathematical drawing; but, aflur a tb ure nub
trial nf tho American l'oljgrade la ?ul Fenelia, man?
ufactured by tho Ane rnin Lead Pencil Company, New
York. 1 find them mipcriur lo any pencil lu uso, even tu
lb? I alu r or tbs old I ai,illili Cumberland I ?Ail PODCII,
lu in,; n aiipcrhir pencil for akclcblug, ornamuntal ami
mechanical drawing, and all thu ordinary mea of a lead
Thcao i' r nella aro very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even tho aoltnst pnr.nl. hold the ]wnnl nell:
they aro all thal can ba desired In a pencil. 11 give, nm
great pleaaiiro to bo able to asaura Americana i Inn they
will no longer he compelled to depend upon (lormany or
uuy other loreign market tor ponc'ls.
Profeaaor of Drawing, esc.
AU. resrn-s ana PTA M ern :
ara- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
Nonn genuino without fio exact name ut Um linn
I oak lo lt. December 111
E. II. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PH IN AC DORN)
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third, dooi* above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS IO
their nanni etock of puru aud rroih
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
Comprising Invoices from tba moat reputable manu?
facturera. On band, all tho principal
Including Preparations ot AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV
AUER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ac. ?lao, I
largo assortment of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
OLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention la paid to the Importation and a?too?
ti on of
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other aro allowed to go out of tho Establish?
wit li accuracy, aud tlio imbi lc eau
depend on tho utmost reliability iii
thc execution of orders.
E. H KELLERS, I.D..ll DAER, 1.11
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE Cl.OTHINU, aultable for Gentlemen, Lo?
ll I ra and Children, and being deatrouaof dlmtnlahlng our
Stock befara the eeaaon advances too far, wo would e?p?.
dally draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made in our prices for the noxt two
or three wcoka from date.
Apply at tbs DEPOSITORY,
January 30 No. IT Chalmer! aired.
S0UT1M EXPRESS COMPAiM,
Ofltco No. 147 Meeting slrevt.
Every attention gi ven to tho sato
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL GALL FOft AND DELIVER FREIQIU'
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CH AUG K.
tl. H. PLANT, Pro aident,
?PHHO_ Amata. Qa.
THE ORANGERURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED KVXBY SATURDAY MORNING, AX
Orangeburg, 8. C. Tonna ?a per annum, in aj.
During the .pring and fall coaaona extra oopina of Ibo
Oaaxot-DOna NEW. will bo circulated for tho benefit ot
mir advcrlialDg patrons.
Contract Adrorliaomanla Inserted on tho moat ubini
terms. Ad Orea* H AMU EL ti ID ELK,
Editor Oraageburg News.
February IS Orangeburg, fl