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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
WAHBUHOTOK, JOIY, 26.-Judge Sharkey, of
Mississippi, who is here, visited Jodee Dent,
anti assured bim of his cordial support. A
large Missi*sipo? d?l?gation has Rt?ne to Long
A colored preacher, named Lynch, of Misais
atppi, arrived is Washington a few days ainoe,
and preached is the African Methodist Cborcb.
He ia said to be one of the moot eloqnent and
impressive divines connected with that church
South. He called on Jt?cLro *be n t and assured
him of bis asm eat ud hearty rapport in the
candidacy far the goveroerabip of Mississippi.
Poltmasta-General Cresswell endorses Stokes
of Tennessee. He (Cresswell ) has broken his
arm hy farting from a chair. [He had previous?
ly "crooked bis elbow."*]
Governor Sharkey leaves thia ?vening far
the North. He representa the condition of
affairs in Mississippi as veiy hopeful sod says
that there ia greet anxiety among all classes
to have She Sttte back into the Union. The
?Conserva ti ve Be publican Convention meets in
September, and he thicks there is no doubt as
to Judge Dent teeming the nomination.
The Treasury Department has advices of a
seisure of one hundred barrels of alcohol at
New Orleans. '
Jd OA BUST DEMO*?!* ATIORfl "HR f PAUt.
Joly 36.-Jive fanndred drilled
troops, under Sswariego, have appeared near
Ciudad. There is a str?ng party st Manza?
nares, intexraprtng railroads and telegraphs
betweentbetwocittes. A cen ex al Carlie t ris?
ing is expected. Don .Carlos has certainly
crossed the frontier.. The fl?ht st Ciadad re?
sulted tn the death of fbVen and the wounding
of many Cariiata. The troops lost three officers
killed. Four ibousaad Carlista bsve arrived
at Xa Mancha, and the'goferomen' forcea'are
marching to the ?eerie of action.
*' AS ?POSTAMT auKoa. /
LOKDOW, Joly 26.-lt ie rumored that a trea?
ty his been concluded between France, Aus?
tria and Jtaly, whereby Ira ly incase of waria
to snppowt France with SO,GOO troops and 00
. eupy Virtebo.
SPARKS FROM TUB WIM BS.
It has been decided at Washington that the
Bignstores of coUefetors OB liquor sumps must
W>6 written, not stamped.
. A. severe earthquake oesoredat Memphis at
two-o'clock yesterday morning: Several me-*
iskra bad fallen daring the nfght.
Angoste Couturier, of New Orleans, was ar?
rested yesterday for concealing bia boots,
which the revenosofflsers ware mist anxious
Collpclor Casey? of New Orleans, is storing
inuneu is amounts of tbe sogar, recently seized
there, ia the hitherto unoccupied vsnTts of the
THE SOUTHERN OUTLOOK.
Th* Chase Mowesaeatt Gm * n lng rtremgrtla
-PalltJcal Affaire tai ?Jae ?oiith, ?as j
seem through Bssslissti tncetseles.
The Washington correspondent of the 8yra
euse (New York) Journal writes
The Chase men and the Demcorfrv generally
are jubilant over the condition of atnirs in the
South. All the efforts no* being so strenooualy
pat forth is to obtain local control once more,
and thoa again rebuild rebel power m the re?
gion South. IA will not .be a rebel party, it is
true, but it, will be one hoping to ajram estab?
lish m power the* tates' ri gb ls hereayJdaatxoy
a Radical party in the Son thooroo active poli?
ticians ct that t chool to Isa ve, pot the negroes
under control, hinder the school system, and
again run the government. - *
Are we ready to concede that tbe rebel poli?
tician a are the Attest men to be entrusted with
local power, with the dory of placing in opero
tton all tbe machinery needed td nuke iivicg
free Btatea ? It s.-ems tm's is exactly wbat m
Oeing accomplished. This m the lessan of the
YUKiaia election. Tennessee is sore to fellow
SU?L Sen ter, it is almost certain, will be the
next Governor of that State. If so, Andrew
Johnson will he Fowler s eaccessor in the
TJ?iied Mates Senate. Most are claiming that
Dent will be elected Governor of Mississippi.
If be should be so, it can only be at the cost of
the Republican organisation. In Texas, I fear,
we are going the same road. -
Now, none of these resolta would have oc?
curred oVco?rd do so, if from the ont it had
been understood that tue Administration meant
to stand hy the struggling Unionists, lam
Unspeaking what is the sober truth, that ever
sin co the 4th of March there has been a con?
stant though not loud complaint made against
the Administration by ail the Southern sena?
tors and representatives. It seems, so this
complaint rons, that it was this Administra?
tion's desire to pass by tho men wbd have hon?
estly borne the brant of the reconstruction
strife, and so woo the hatred ot Southern poli?
ticians, and either take the more unknown of
these or import others to dil the Federal
Maybe all the countenance President Grant
baa Riven to the Walker party in Virginia,
the Senterltea io Teauessee, the Dentites ID
Mississippi!, and the Hamiltonians in Texas,
is what is afforded oy his reticence. Bot rc
Republicans to consider their work done ? Are
they prepared to torn the States over to their
enemies ? If not, then we bave a right to ask
something besides reticence, from the Execu?
tive. The war is not eo tar behind03 that we
can yet afford tn forget.
At the pre jeni rate o'Derne craie o; Conser?
vative su?ota wo ure rapidly iu?oriug tbe suc?
cess of the Chate movement: There ia a grow?
ing feeling of diesatistaciioa at toe political
."situation." Hundreds of letters are being
received bei e. daily by prominent persons,
members ot tbe Cabinet and others.exclaiming
against- apparent supineness and reticence,
and suggesting the disastrous effect ot the
Virginia election. It is not too Ute to retrieve
tho day; bnt we ought at ouce to have such au
expression as will prevent the rebel editor
Bar xa dale- from iiinrming, d*y ai ter day, iu ibe
Jackson Clarion, that President Grant wishes
Louis Dent to be elected Governor of Missts
U aippi. when his Republican supporters ore less
m than a thousand, and he is being heartily sop
ported hy he rebels.
One. ot the most demoralizing tendencies
visib.'e m thia puaae of politics ia the personal
character sought to be fastened on every con?
test. We hear cf Walker and Walle, Berner
and Stokes, of Dent, or ot Hamilton sud Davis.
Tbe real is whether, having won the national
fight, got a more tuan "apple tree" surrender,
we shall turn round after this, our political
Appomattox, and make a more tbsp disastrous
Sherman Jobnsiou armistice, surrendering
much of what we have dearly won. on renewed
protestation of "accepting the situation." l'he
parallel is a complete one. She ronara desired
to give the States back into the hands of con?
quered rebels. Now they are taking tb?m back,
and we have no word of fear or act; of resist?
ance to offer.
THE SKA ISLAND CHOP.-The Savannah Re?
publican or Sunday. Joly 23th, saya :
^?a? We learn by a private letter from near Flem
?^?A?IOR, that tue sea island crop, it nut dama ?
5^ed from ran or some other providential cease,1
will be an excellent one. 1 he plant is as
" ? healthy and pro nile as could be desired. As a
general thin tr it is exceedingly flatt ei in? in the ;
y promise of yield. Ou some plantations the j
caterpillar has done damage-seri?os in many j
cases. A letter irom Pahvka says that the rc- <
porta from the sea island crop oontiuue good. J
'Ib??weed is weil fruited and no sign of cater?
pillar. Ibe season ia good. J
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
The Agrienltnral Fair In November
1 me 91?te rnlverslty-Velocipedes
Mit Insurance-Drouth Abat 1 ng nap
[raoit om OWN CORRRBTONDEST.]
COLUMBIA, Joly 26.-The success thus far
of the Egecutive Committee of the State Agri?
cultural and Mechanical Society, in Retting up
s Fair in Colombia on the 10th of next No?
vember, has been decided. The subscriptions
or sra th erin gs of annual and lifo members
have abundantly shown that the hearts of our
people are io the work; and, this assured, the
money will be forthcoming, and apon that fol
1 )we everything. The part undertaken by the
City Council of Colombia-providing; suitable
grounds and botldiogs-will be disposed of
early this -week at a mass meeting of oar
citizens, tel? called by the Mayor.
THE STATE UMIVJCUSTTT.
The Board of Trainees of this institution oas
commissioned Dr. A. N. Talley-tho professor,
of the principles and practice of medicine aol
obstetrics-to parchase some apparatae for
the foliar development of tho department? of |
materia medica ?nd obstetrics. He left yes?
terday flor Philadelphia, whence hs go-as to
New York, to give ten days or two weeks to
making those porch asea.
This step by the board is clearly declarative
of its policy aa to the medical department of
the University; jost -as the recent election of.
Professor Melton to the chair of law was de?
clarative of its policy as to the department of |
law. Both departments, as well as the aca?
demic, are to be kept op at least at their pre?
sent standards, anc the youth of the State,,
looking to an education in any of the schools j
of this, institut IUD, may make their arrange- j
mente with this certainty in mind.
Velocipedes have varying fortunes. Snr. !
weeks ago they were quite in f .vor here. Tun
rink ams a nosy place; often crowded. Then
the interest fell off; until ten days ago the |
keepers were left solitary. The velocipedes
stood, day m and day oat, idle against toe
walls. But soother change baa come. The
negroes have taken to vek>cipedi?ing, and the .
rink is crowded with them. Wi:it03 aro never j
seen about there. Negro men an d'boys lounge,
idle and ride all day, and antil late at night.
They ans aa clumsy as calves, and laugh at
each other without mercy. Every novios claims
the attention of the dusky crowd, and shoots
ol laughter greet every floundering trimble he
makes. And his tumbling ls uni que. There
is nothing else like it. He caa fall nearly all
round a velocipede at one and Ute same timo;
and when a tam ble sets in tbexe is no possi?
bility of guessing what part of the negro is
to strike the floor first. He falls all over him?
The Piedmont Lifo Insurance Company bas
established a branch st this place, the profits
of which" are to be invested in this State.
The drought ia gradually yielding to light
showers all over the Slate, and farmer's faces
are not half so long as they were a week ago.
Captain Lee's new large map of Colombia is
oat, and meets a want long felt m the commu?
nity. It is a fine specimen of mip'engiaving.
A SEA TS LANDER AMONO THE HILLS.
Cheering .Signa- Wonder**! Improve- j
me nt in Athen-Changea 1st Agrie nl
" tare-The Freeamen compared with ,
those on the Seaboard-Better Times 1
. Co nain g. 'I
AIKEN, 8. C., Joly 22. j
TO TH8SBBITOR OF TUB NSWS. j
A desire to witness the effects of the late ;
revolution in our political and social condition ]
upon the industria l and agricultural interests '
of thia section of our Sute, together with s i
wish for a short respite from the toils and fa- I
tigues of a sea island geld, led me here for a J
few days. My acquaintance with this place, j
both before and during the war, place? me in? j
a position to judge of any changes I might j
see. X had not travelled far from Charleston j
before I began to disco ver is the neatly white?
washed cabins and well cultivated patches Of
com and cotton, signs of marked improvemea*. i
All along the line of railroad there was an ap- \
pearasce of neatness and thrift wuioh was <
unusual in former days. The crops of cot- j
ton, corn and potatoes, although in want ol ?
rain, whioh they have had since, looked well, <
clean and well worked. In thia neighborhood <
(Aiken) the change is wonderful. Churches, j
hotels and fine private mansion* are springing i
up in various direct i ms. An 1 a fusion of North- '
ern capital, brought hither by invalida who
como during the winter for the benefit of tho ?
health-giving climate, has wrought this change I
in tho aspect of tho town. The abolition of J
slavery which has caused a more equal and >
general division of labor, and the liberal uso 1
ot iertiTzera, are the cansos ol the very great '
improvement in agriculture. In my experi?
ence in farming here, ia former yeais. 1 dis?
covered that the sands hero were capable of |
being soon enriched by manures, by their ca- 1
pacify of retaining wbatever was placed ia the '
soil. This has been lolly verified in the bcitu- -
ti ful and promising crops I see around. Tho
peach crop, always so uncertain, has in a great
measure given place to the cotton, which it ;
was once thought could not be grown herc by
reason of its being so soon visited by frost.
Bat by deep ploughing-bringing np tho clay
which underlies the upper soil, to the surface
and then applying to the aero from 300 to 500
poonda ol commet cul manured, the plants aro
pushed forward sooner to froiunl maturity,
and now are to bo seen luxuriant fields of cot?
ton where a few yeats ago tho impress of ste?
rility waa so strongly marked that few wore
foond bold enoogh to attempt any cultivation.
Labor here is as cheap again as it is on tho
seaboard, and the laborers do twice as mach.
This is caused by tho want of thoso resource*,
of foxl which our rivers and bays supply be?
low, and upon which the moro id io freedmen
subsist. /Yere the Freedm.Mi's Bureau never
lent its unspanng band tajeed thu lazy n_-gro.
here, they were never ltd to believe that "forty :
acres and a mu e" waa theo- new politic :1 bit- h
right. Tho poor white is 'auder, kept for two
years oat of his laud after the war was over
exuaosted every cent he bad to keep his fam?
ily from starving; and when ha d d drag him?
self there, wear.v and almost of breath, il was 1
to find that there waa scaioeabonse let', to 1
cover his bead. Beared as he uad been in wealth 1
and refinement, he relapsed into despondracy.
If old, he give up all for lost. It yu un cr auc '
ardent, he committed the greater folly of per- 1
illing all he was worth on the chances of a 1
single crop. But it is a long lane tba*' bas not '
a turn, and, thank God, that turu we have ?
reached. The crop of this year will improve
the condition ot the seaboard, and if the negro 1
will not work, John Chinaman will. But tho
negro will work. Time and necessity will con
viuce him that freedom does not consiBt in 1
idleness. Education will teach him that labor :
13 nonorabie-that as a put of God's, intelii-. 1
gent creation he has a mission assigned him I
which he must peiform-that by a decree of !
an overruling Providence he is put cn i>ia.' to 1
fulfill the duties of a high and responsible m*n
hood. Tbroo^h a sifting proa sa he must ;
pass. The idle and dissolote will disappear; 1
bot the honest and industrious negro wil e v-r
find a home and a friendship with the while
TROUBLE IN EDOEFIELD.
THE NEGRO MILITIA CALLED OUT.
Scott Sends them Arms Crom Columbi?.
THEY OCCUPY BDGEF1ELD COURTHOUSE.
A SEBIE? OF RADICAL OUTBA2ES.
Tile Au eua ta Chronicle and Sentinel of Son
On Saturday morning, while the Barnwell
butchery WUB the universal topic of conversa?
tion on the streets of oar city, another report
of trouble m*anotheroomity of the same unfor?
tunate btate, Sooth Carolina, was freely circu?
lated. The rumors were of the most terrible
character, and staled that a fierce conflict be?
tween the whiles and blacks had taken place
ou Friday at tho courthoi.se town of
Edgeiteld Conuty; that Governor Scott bad
called ont the oeero militia, ao 1 bad placed
the county under martial law; that the militia,
after a bloody contest with toe whites, had
taken the towu and still held it ia their pos?
session vAc. Atter a good deal of trouble oar
repeiter managed to find a gentleman Inst
from Edgofield Courthouse, who gave to bim
toll particulars of the whole affair, bot stated
that there bad been jap fighting np to the
time of his leaving the village, though mach
trouoie was antic pated. BJ ports : rom the
passengers on the evening train of the Char?
lotte, Colombia anddjnugusta Railroad confirm
oar informants story, and we believe that oar
readers will find it entirely correct.
THE PROTLE OT EDOEFIELD 001KIT.
Sinoe the rec instruction or Sooth Carolina
and the establishment of negro government,
the white people of Edgetield Comity, though
all of them ardent Democrats, and, as each,
bitterly opposed to the possession ol the State
being turned over to a race of ignorant ne?
groes and a few iafamom carpet-baggers and
scalawags, bave been among the most quiet
aud law-abiding citizens of the state. Though
nearly all of the younger men were m the Con?
federate army-where many of their number
were alain-and were not disposed to look
very kindly opon the i ew order of thin KB, yet,
restrained by the example and advice of such
San aa Bonham, Gary aad Butler, who nore
slr generals daring the wir, they have care
folly re framed from doing anything which
would give to their enemies a pretext to op?
press them. But it appears that their good
conduct has been of no avail, and that the
miserable brant, S:ott, and his underlings
.have determined to drive them to desperation.
HOW ISS TB 0 CB LE OBIQINATXD.
Some weeks since there was a morder com?
mitted m the county, and two negroes were the
viet und. Though no proof was obtaiued as to
who were the murderers, still three white men
were arrested bv the county autborttfes apon
suspicion and lodged in the jail at Ldgetietd
Courthouse-ono of these men a one-armed
Confederate soldier named Lamer. Despite
the prompt arrest and meare? ration of these
parties, the negroes living trou a tbe court?
house were very much dissatisfied, and were
loud ia their murmurs that Union men were
shot down Uko dogs by rebel bushwhackers,
and the criminals were allowed to go nnpun
lBhed. A weite scalawag ni cn ed Euenberger,
the coroner of the county, took the owl of die
negroes, and is said to hare labored assidu
ously to cause trouble between the races.
?hroorh the repr?sentations of this man, it is
leged that four detectives were sent to the
county from Columbia to work ap the case.
THE E. E. E. BUB* THE CT) BO NEB. a.
Seme lime after all this had happened, a few
thoughtless lads ot the village assembled one
night, and, after making a figure of Btraw into
some fa.nt resemblance of "old Eta en berg er,"
took tbe effigy oat a short distance from town
and made or it a jolly good bonfire. When the
Coroner waa informed of this aol of a parcel of
boys, be pretended to be very mee ii alarmed,
and to fear that hts loyal life was endangered
by the machinations of the rin-Klux. Hastily
packing up bis traps, he repaired, by private
conveyance, to Columbia, and poured forth his
grievances into the willing esr of the Slate Ex?
ecutive, Governor R K. Scott, beseeching that
the latter would grant bim protection. It waa
then decided, we are told, by the Govern?
or to order out the aafegoard of the State, ye
lo val (colored! militia. Aims were ordered to
oe furnished, and the coroner once more re?
tained to his home In Ed,'ofield County. Citi?
zens of the town state that a few nights after
his return he entered the village one night at
i very late boor, surrounded by a large body?
guard of negro militia, and m ironed through
(be deserted streets; but no encounter with the
Ku-Klux took place. Like the famous King of
-"with full ten thousand men,
tlarched up the hill and then marched down again,"
Eisenberger, alter this parade of his sable vete?
ran*, left the town, without having an oppor
.unitv offered for testing the mettle ot the
AUtS SENT FSOkt COLUMBIA.
Ou last Thursday morningi large qu tnt itv
'our hundred stands of arms-were snippel
rom Colombia to EJgefield County, on t e
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta Railroad,
lader the charge of tho State Constable, Hub
Dard. Wbeii the tram arrived at Pine House
-station, distant five or six miles from the
:ourthouse, the arms were unleaded at the
lepot and the boxes broken open. A large
:rowd of negroes assembled at the depot alter
the deparcare ot tho tram, and thc distribu?
tion of the arms commenced. Oar informant
was not pos tive os to the make of the guns,
bat believed tbem to be sixteen-sbootiug rides,
after the negioes had assembled, aims were
iistriboted to seventy-three of them, and the
party marched off in the direction of Elgefield
Courthouse. All along the ljes of mar eh negro
recruits joined the sable column, until, upon
its reaching the town, it numbered several
hundred men, headed by Eisenborger and
Hubbard as commanding officers.
THE TOWN SEIZED.
Arrived io the town no resistance was offer?
ed by the anohT?n?iD?? and astonished citizens.
ind ine negroes took peaceable possession of
the village. Their lim movement was -to
take charge of the jail, alter discharging the
jailor, p'aced a heavy guard around it, while
Hubbard wont m the building and tried to
loree a confession from Lanier with regard to
the bushwhackers who killed the negroea
and whipped Eisenberger (tor Eisenberger
says tho K. K. E. have whipped bim.) Since
that time a loree of one hundred negroes
have remained m the town and a guard
of fifteen men aronnd the jail, and all
the arms hare been bcoughc from Piue
House to the towu tu Eisenberger's
wagon. Etsenbcrger declares that they thall
remain there until tbe bushwhackers who
lyn'bed bim are oil discavered. lie has au
tiiOTiiy from the Gowrnor to raise a company
ot one hundred men for bis own protection.
Tho citizens are oeliaving very quietly and do?
ing all in their power to avoid a collision. They
intend, however, holding a meeting and aend
in ; a protest against ibis military occupation
io Columbia and to Washington City. To give
some idol of tLc injustice uf tbe laws of the
State thc white people are taxed one hundred
and fifty dollar? per dav for the uuuport of
these black rascals, though thero is no neces?
sity whatever foi their pr?sence-the ony
excnic given by Hub Mid for this high
banded outrage, being tho lynching of
Elisenlerarer by unknown parties aud the
killing or two n-j-roes long since, also by un
known parties. 1 heir guarding tho jail is sim?
ply all pretence, a* no attempt to rescue tbe
prisoners h is ever been made, nor bas a rescue
been threatened. The whole affair is simply a
movement by Eisenberger to get himself made
sher, ff of the county, which office he has long
since desired. Our informant seemed to think
that, 'hough everything is quiet now. it will re
n.oire but Blight provocation io bring on a con?
test, in whicu, wheo it clo.-s come, the negro
Iroops will bo exterminated. The citizens feel
that they have been outraged to that point ba?
youd which fur hoi endurance ceases to be a
rirtur and would become criminal. We await
further developments with much anxiety.
-The Huntsvihe (Mo.-, Citizen of the 8th
says : "A man with three ugly looking navv
revolvers bel'ed around him, and answering in
even- particular to the desoipu in g von in the
St. Louis papers of the notorious desperado.
Sam Hildebrand passed thioogh thia place
one day last week. He said he was going to
Shelbina. and we let him go. We didn't try to
arrest h m. because we are not fond of that
B ?rt of tau, and besides, $10.003 is too insig?
nificant a sum to induce an editor to neglect
his business. 'Bastuees before pleasure,' you
-A Pharmaceutical Congroes, to which all
civilized naiioos are invited to sen! represen?
tatives, is to take placo at Vienna in Septem?
-Gladstone undi time, amidst all his politi?
cal toil, to write books on Homer. He has just
published "Juventus Mandi; or, Gods and
Men of the Greek Heroic Age."
-A home for miliners and dressmakers,
where the workwomen are lodged and fed at a
price undoubtedly within their means, has j
been opened in Charlotte-street, ^Fitzroy
square, London, by the Eirl of Shaftesbury.
-Repeatedly in public meetings held in
England to aid the freedmen, the statement J
has been made that the vote in the British
Cabinet to recognize the South was loat by the
negative of one man, Sir George Cornwall
-Borne gentlemen propose to form a new
German Alpine Club, which is to undertake I
the thorough exploration of tbe German Alps,
to facilitate travelling among them, and to
publish periodical works on the subject. Mu- I
nicb is to be the first place of m?eting.
I -An aeronaut, named Baralile, receutly
made an ascension at Buenos Ayres, and, by
some accident, fell with his balloon into the
harbor. A ate imer whieb came to his rescue
set fire by a spark from the fannel to the gas,
which exploded, fatally injuring eight and
wounding f wenty-flve of the steamer's crew.
-A French chemist named Fretreau has at
last, according to Le Galois, discovered the
philosopher's stone, and succeeded by the com?
bination of nitrio acid and electricity, in con?
verting silver into gold. Unfortunately, how?
ever, the cost of the process ia many times
greater than the value of the metal produced.
I -A yoong German merchant of Boston
I lately asked a yoong lady in Austria a very
interesting question, and received the "happy
yea" by the Atlantic cible. A Vienna paper,
I in chronicling the fact, aays : "Perhaps the
bride and bridegroom may exchange in tho I
same way their first kisses, which would be
electrifying indeed. '
-The Princess Metternich's wardrobe is J
said to consist of 120 silk dresses, 194 morning'
gowns, 60 walking dresses, 60 cloaks, 60 shawls,
152 petticoats, 280 chemises and other nuder I
garments, 366 pairs of stockings, 166 pairs ot
gloves,60 paira ot boole and? aboes, 70 belts
and sashes. 64 brooches, 72 pairs ot earrings. I
31 tana aud 24 parasols.'
-Tbe last ubjbt of the great debate on dis- I
establishment in tbe Lords taxed the London I
papers to their uttermost. The Times, which
was the only paper that gave Lord Granville's
reply in full, and an account of the division,
had but ?fleeD minutes before going to press
and ouching the first trains for the country, j
In that fifteen min?tes 15,000 copies were j
-The London Times does not expect that
the Emperor Napoleon HI will ever accept the
character of an ordinary constitutional sore
reign after the English-Hanoverian type. I
Strong rulers modify constitutions, and who- I
ever may be -minister he wi3 always find a
master in tbe mau who won bis own throne,
and has kept it through fair weather and foil
all these years. I
-A new description of lava is being thrown '
from the crater of Vesuvius since the last 11
emption, consisting of a beautifal mass of
crystallized salt. This beautiful phenomenon
has hitherto been unknown in volcanic natural I
history. The scientific bodies are occupied in 1
investigating the cans a and composition of the :
crystals. None of the savants feel inclined to 11
go diwn and see into it aa yet.
-A Welsh clergyman applied to his diocesan 15
for a living. The bishop promised bim one;
bat aa the clergyman was taking his leave he ,
erpresse J hopes that his lordship wo aid not j i
send him into the interior of the pri oclpality, I j
as his wife could not speak Welsh. "Toar 11
wife, sir?" said the bishop, "what has yo ir '
w fe to do with it ? She docs not preach, does 1
she?" "No, my lord," said the parson, "bat j1
she lectores." 1
-The Viceroy of Egypt, now receiving the I '
hospitalities of the Crown and p?ople ia Lon- '
don, attende], on the 31 instant, the great
Metropolitan Choral Festival of 5000 voices, I <
held in the Riyal Horticultural G ar Jens. .
The choir oonsis'ei of 3303 first and second i
sopranos, 1000 tenors and 1000 bassos, sad j t
was believed to be thc largest gathering i
of choristers ever brought together for an I
open-air festival. 1
- lhere is a terrible commotion in Eaglaud
in consequence of the rigiJ enforcement of 1
the betting act, the provisions of which bavo '
been male to extend to commission agencies, '
which invest your money in bets on races, Ac,
and charge a small commission for their pains. ,
It is rumored that tho government or the po- ,
lice-whichever is at the bottom of the cru- ,
sade-have prepared a niost^ comprehensivo i
programme iutendeJ to extinguish betting, i
wherever, by whomsver, and however it ia car- <
ried on. Sporting circles are ia a fjver of ap- 1
prehension and indignation.
-At tho Hippodrome, in Paris, a few Suu- ,
davB ago, they bad a velocipede race by ladies. ,
lhe ladies wore pretty little hats on misses of ?
bair, silk jackets coming a very littb below :
the waist, and tilk boots. This was all. Fr mi :
the hips to tho fret, nature, covered with lhe
tight-fitting, elastic unmentionab'es, prevailed. '
The young lad ea woikcd aioung thc ring with '
that- ugly and r-diculous mivcmeut of the legs
which the velocipede exacts from its votaries,
aild "never,"' tays a spectator, "were the pret?
ty, round forais of pretty wom;n mide to look
so laughably unattractive."
-So.no time since Premier Von Beust, of
Austria, was succe?sful in carrying somo im?
portant reforms, tho legalization of evil mar?
riages Oems: among Ibo number. Bishop
Linz became rcbe.lious at thia overthrow o?"
church anthority. His wrath found expres?
sion in ecoi'ious word?. Tho Bishop was
arrested and held f >r trial. Atumpls were
made t.j silo* that the civil power had no
jurisdiction over a Bishop IU tho discharge of
what be might think his duty. The Govern?
ment was fiim. iho Emperor, who was ap
pealea to, refused to interlere, and the good
Bishop was sentenced lo throe months' im?
prisonment for utlenog doctrines subversive
nf public order. Tho Emperor, conspiring
that the prelate has been, in loaral parlance,
.purged" of his contempt, bas tendered him
a re'ease; but tte Bishop refuses to como out.
-In Vienna, a new product of art is to bo
ecen, consisting or various articles mido of
spun glass. Soch, for instance, as head?
dresses, ribbons, bracelets, cuffs, collars,
watch-chains, curled and plain ostrich feath?
ers, and tho like. They aro manufactured in
Paris, and differ from the articles of this kind
hitherto produced, in boing incomparably
finer, more tenacious, flexible and durable.
The apprehension which might bo entertained
in view ot the probability that fino splinters
from the collars or bracelets might detach
themselves, and penetrating in'o the skin, pro?
duce a painful effect, is said to cease as soon
as th J g'ass-wool, so to Bpeak, is cosely txtm
laed. The same is said to bc at least as lino
as the threads of a spiders web, as strong as
wool, but withal more beautiful in appearance.
As regards the tenacity of the threads, it is
reported tbat they may be used equally well
for knitting or sewing, and that with ma
chines affording, the very best back and chain
A. TUIICO-RUSSIAX BATH.
tinter Sensations-A Cincinnati Clamp
Relates his Experience.
The following extract from a private letter
of a Cincinnati chap describes the Turco-Rus
eian bath, in which be indulged a few days
ago. Visiting the famous New Tork establish?
ment of Gibson, on Thirteenth-street and
Broadway, he was induced to try the luxury;
hnt noding the mercury at ninety in the shade,
played ahy of hot steam nu til taken by friend?
ly force and shoved into the concern. He
My friend insisted, ushered me into a room
not uniike an ordinary bathing-house, with
doors on either side, and shoving me into one.
turned the key, and told me to undress, l
found I was in for it, and made the necessary
preparative A Russian. in tbe costume of
Eden, escorted me into a large room filled with
lounges a jd gentlemen in the most primitive
attire. A flight of marble steps brings me to
a door in the wall, which is opened, aud I am
taken in. The door closed, I begin to gasp
like a fish palled ont of water. 1 am in a cloud
of hot steam. I rush for the door to escape
for life. The Ru-s i an seizes me by tbe arm
and hisses sometbing shout having seen girls
do the sam > thing. He conducts me along a
balcony surrounding a swimming bath thirty
feet square and five feet deep. Still gaaping,
a ra/reshing shower of cold water on my head
condenses the steam and I breathe again.
Conducted still feather, I am showered again
and taken into a higher and better room, lined
with marble lounges on an ascending scale.
I muant to one of the highest ana lie down
on my back. A sponge dipped in cold water ia.
placed beneath my bead. A vessel filled with
cold water and a sponge placed at my side,
snd I am told to ase it plentifully on my face,
lhe steaming pro.-ess is now in full blast. I
calculate the distance to the door, expecting to
make a nub for it or to die of snfiication. I
feel like a boiled lobster. Discovern g that
breathing through the cold sponge relieves
me, I apply it freely, and a delicious sensation
of being cooked through without it hurting me
a bit ia mine.
Lying in this state for several minutes, I see
through the reeky steam several human lob?
sters shelved away like myself, while others,
more used to the atmosphere, strolled about
the floor, getting cooked as they walked.
My cook, having at length de ided that I
waa sufficiently ''doue " invited me to a lower
lounge, where I underwent an oleaginous ma?
nipulation decidedly agreeable to my parboil?
ed epidermis. Berni thoa gravied, I thought
I was to be ' served up." wheo I was only plung?
ed in the swim m mg bath and invited to-cool
off. My sensations now were indescribably
delightful. A shower of tepid water fell upon
my bath-cooled body, and I was conducted to
the door of exit, wbere a second Russian, towel
in band, met me, ard, wiping me dry, placed
me on a sheeted lounge wbere he commenced
a series of tri imputations with a soft sod dex- l
tenons band, that s.igg .> ned a mesmeric ope- <
ration, from which I arose rejuvenated and re- ,
freshed, and feeling as though a very small .
pair of wings woola have been large enough to '
carry me away np among the birds.
MW CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP 1
M Nd A TT AN, from New Tock, are notified that '.
?be ii discharging cargo at Anger's South Wharf.
Goods remaining on tbe wharf at sunset will be
stored at owner's risk anl expense.
July9T 1 JAHEX AD3EB A CO.. Agents
mw THE CONDITIONS OF HEALTH.-IT
ls idle to expect health if the precautions necessary'
to secure ft are neglected. The human organization
ls a delicate piece of mechaotsm, and requires as '
much InteUtzeat care and watelilulneu to keep lt tn
arder, ss are requisite in the management ol the
most complicated combination of levers, wheels and
At this season of (he year the bo J y ls pecullockf ,
sensitive, because it is greatly weakened and relaxes
by the continuous beat. Tb? akin, in summer, with (
Ita millions of pores wile open, ls a very dufareat .
mri of tegument from the compact fibrous covering (
which lt becomes under the action of the wintert (
cold, lhe mas?les, too, are comparatively flaccid,'
the nerves tremulous, the blood poor, an 1 the whole
trams leas capable ot enduring fatigue and resisting (
Sisease, than in cool weather. These Indications of
i depresses" condition or the vital forces are so many ,
[?mistakable bints that nature needs retaforatng.
Ordinary stimulants will not effect this object:
They iufl ime and excite, but do not strengthen,
rheonl} prepara:ion which can be depended upon '
to impart stamlual vigor to the system, and enable it
to endure the ordeal of the heated term with out '
riving way under the pressure, is HOiTETEER'S '
STOMACH BUTEES, a tonic and corrective sopure, 1
io harmless, so utterly free from the drawbacks
which reeder many of tho porerful astringent) em- '
ployed m medical practice mare dangerous than the '
ulments they aro employed to cure, that it ay ba '
idmlnistered without lear lo the leeblesl female ln> 1
valid, or the mo.-t del'cate child. The cathartic and (
iterative vegetable more-lieuta. which are combined 1
witta those ola tonic nature in its composition, keep 1
tue bowel." mud ?rattly free anl parivctly regular,
* Li1 f the work of invigorating u going on. The '
Inest blood dopurents winari the herbal Mn - itnr.i 1
ifiords are al-o among rb components, so ?hit lt rc- '
:rults. purifies and r?gal?tes ?he system thank 1
lan'ously. 6 D*C July 21 '
aa-MARENGO.-F E V EB AND AUTJE 1
CUBE, TONIO. FEVER PREVXNTiV?.-Ttiia va'
iiableprenaration hi? been in private ns? tor many
rears, and through the persua?ion of friend*, who
have u edit with the most beneficial resalta, the
proprietor has been iaduced to offer lt to the, pub?
lic. lt is warrmted to cure CHILLS AND FEVER 1
of bowevei long standing, removing the cause and 1
enture!} eradicating its effec's from the system, lt '
will PURIFY THE BLOOD, strengthen the dlges- ]
tive organs, induce an appetite, and restore thc 1
patient to perfect health. It Is a purely VEGETABLE 1
preparVion, und *o hannie's that cbiloren of all
ages may take lt win safety. As a tonic MAKENG'J
ba- no superior, aud for debility atUinz from the ?
effects of fever, or fro n other cause, is invaluable.
A fi-iv do-es is Mifflcient to satisfy tba most In?
credulous Fuff-rer ot its virtue and worth. All
who try one bottle of UARE.M30 will be SJ much
pleased with Ps effect, lhat diey will readd) en?
dorse >t, NO HU.MbUO. For evidence ot its effi
caey aud value, lelVr to MAlitNGO circulare, which
l?u??iu certificate? of well known and re-pe?iablo '
MUiEXG* il a genuine Southern irepara?on,
the proprietor and manufacturer b inj a native and
n sident of Charleston, and it ia fully guaranteed to
give complete and universal gHtis'action.
NO HUMBUG. TRY IT.
For eale by all Druggist?, and bj DOWIE & ?
MOISE, corner Me?ti;ii? and Hasel streets; GOOD
PICH, WISEMAN a CO., Hayne-stre<'t. and G. ?!. !
LUILN, Druggist, Agent of Proprietor, corner of
King aud John streets, Charleston, S. C.
June 8 ?ac Smos
S3-F.0 SAL? ALIS ! RJS AD ALIS*!-THERE
is eood authority for stating that m this country one
out of every FIX pereons is afflicted with Scrofula in
one form or another, ai Coniuniptbn, White Swell?
ing, Borne foi ms of *kin Disease, Enlarged Glands,
Ta^es Meeiuterica or Bowel Consumption, 4c, &c.
Iadeed, so prevale it and fatal his this rlaes of dis?
tas? become, that it is dreaded as the great scourge
of the race, and yet they all readily yield to ROiA
DALI*. the great Blood Purifier.
Wholesale Depot and Laboratory, No. 61 F xe han ge
Place Baltimore. ML ask your Druggist far it, and
fora Rosada'is ?Im in ic for 1809, and read the Cer?
tificate* of remirkiblecurei performed ty the great
Renovator and Blood Purifier.
For sale by GO >DRICH. WINEM\N h CO., im?
porters of Drags and Cbea'cals, Charleston. 8. C.
July 2* stuth3
CATER-SE AD 11 E.- On tbe evening of tbe 21at
instant, it tie rest deuce of the bride's parents, by
tbe Eev. Dr. JOH* BACHMAN P. J CATEE to Miss
EMM A T GBADILK. ah of thia city.
LITS CHG I.-Died, on the 17th of Joly, of measles
and congestion of the bram, "MARIE," only child
of Hr. and kira. CHABLIS Lrrscaai,aged 7 years, 1
month1 and 27 days.
She is not dead bnt sleepeth.
Lenk upward weeping eyes,
Behold tbe treasure of our hearts,
Safe there in Paradise.
Ko night of sorrows, none of pain,
But perfect peace and rest,
Bedeemed and saved .?he sweetly sleeps
Upon the saviour's breast.
49* The Relative*, Friends ?ad Ac
qnalnlancesof Dr. and Mrs. T. G. PBIOLEAU 8r.,
and of their Sons and Families, are invited to attend
the Funeral Services of Mrs. T. G PBIOLEAU, Sr.,
at St Philip'" Church, THU APTZBXOOH, at tlx
o'clock. * n'y 37
JW OFFIOE COUNTY COMMISSION EBB,
FIREPROOF BUILDING, JOLY 13 1869 -Persons
wiahtog to contract for the Building of a Bndge over
A Creek, known as ?.Church Creek," to connect
John'i island and Wadmalaw, will hand in their
proposal* to this office. Offers are open to 3 o'clock
P. M. on SAXOBDAT. the 31st in-1. A plan and ?peel*
?cartons recently prepared by Mr. L. J. Barbot. ciyfl
Engineer, can be seen at this office, irom 10 o'clock
A. M., to 3 o'clock e. M.
By order of the Board. F. LANCE,
Clerk Board of County Commissioners.
?-PLANTATION BITTERS ABB ESPE?
CIALLY, recommended lo Cl erg j men j ub:ic sneak?
ers a-jd person* of literary habita and sedentary We,
who require clear mental faculties, which caa only
be obtained by a rehab foi food and a perfect diges?
tion. Delicate females are certain to find In these
bitters health and strength.
MAGNOLIA Warm.-Superior to the best imported
German Cologne, and ?old at half the price.
SO" SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE EQUI?
TABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Ne. 141
MEKTlNG-sTBEET.-D?ring my absente from the
: Hy, my office will be in charge of Mr. THOMAS H
CROFT, who will attend to all business conceded
with the General Agency. WM. B. 8UAW,
Joly M_6?_General Agent.
AWQO TO (fEOBOE LITTLE ? CO. FOB
tine Silk Warp Alpaca Sacks for tc.
July 33 _ 6
?."THE NEATEST, THE QUICE FIST AND
TUE CHEAPEST.-TBS Nxwx JOB OFFICE, No.
119 EAST BAT, haring replenished its Stock with a
ne* and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest styles, is prepared to execute, at
[be shortest notlea aad in the best manner, JOB
PB IN TING of ereay description.
Call aod erimia? the scale of prices before giving
four orders elsewhere._"
AS" TAXES! TAXES 1-NOTICE IS
aereby given that ibo Treasurer of Colleton County
rill be ready lo receiva tba STATE AND COUNTY
TaXES at the following placet :
Adat.'s Bun, July 30 and 37.
George's -tatton, August 6 and 6.
Green Pond Station, Auguit 18 and 19.
B??res'?tatton, South Carolioa Railroad, August 7.
Bidgernie Station, South Carolina Railroad, Au
Sammerriile Station, South Carolina Railroad, An<
just 2 and 3. .
Waite rboro', from the 5th to the 24 tb of July.
Yooges' leland, fSt Paul,) July 28, 29, 81 and Au
Jacksonboro', July 33.
The Treasurer will be found at blt office ia Wal
?rboro' to receive Taxes on and altar the abort
lamed dates until August IS. After that date an ad
i'.tion of Twenty per Cent, will be charged on all
imounts of Taxes unpaid before the 17th day of Oe?
lber, and after that date the Treasurer will proceed
to c illect, by distress or otherwise. All real and per
ional property are charged with sereu and-a-balf
nllls on the dollar for b tate, and three milla for
Office County Treasurer, Wallerboro*. S. C., July
1,1863. JAMES W. GRACE,
July 21 6 Treasurer.
?- DANIEL BA VENE L, PRESIDENT,
kSD OTHERS, DIBECTOBS. vs. THE PLANTERS
IND MECHANICS' BANE AND OTHEBS, CHIM?
AN TS THEKEON-IN EQUITY.-THE PLANTEES'
AND MECOANICS' BANE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.'HARLE- ION, JULY 21, 1869 -The Pre^id-n! and
Director' of thu Bank, in obedience to the decree in
Jae aboro cause, mada by his Honor Judge CAB?
IENTES, on the loth July in nant, do hereby call
ipon the Stockholders to attend a meeting at the
Bank, on THURSDAY, thc 12tn day of August, at 13
I'dock noon, to consider and take such ac lon as
hey may choo-e upo a the report which is to be la!d
Thc Stockhausen ara a?sj notifie 1 that if they fail
o or?aniz? a meeting, the duty will thea devolve
ipon the Coard of Directors to determine whether
o win I up the eaid Bink or to apply to the Gover
mr and Comptroller-General for the benefit of th?
tct of the Legislature of the 12th March. ISO, enti?
led "An Act to eDablc tho Bioks of this Stat? to re
lew business or to place thoa in liquidan JU.
W. E. HASSELL, Cashier.
FORM OF PBOX?.
CHABLEJTOS, S\ C.,-18C9.
I hereby appoint-- lor me and
u my name, io rote on the shares I hold in the
Planters' mi Mechanics' Bank of south Caro ina at
Le meeting of the stockholders, to be held on the
2th day of August, 1819, and at all suosequeutmect
ngs of Ibo Stockholders of ?aid Bank, until revoca
July 33 3 tutn>8
?"GO TO GEORGE LITTLE A CO. FOB
lue Drab D'Et? Sacks for Si. 6 July 2 J
AST ' FRESH AS A MAIDEN'S BLUSH"
ls the pure pea -by Complexion which follows the
nc ot BAGAN'? MAGNOLIA BALM. It is the
1 rue secret of Beauly. Fashionable Ladles in 20
:iety understand thin.
The MAGNOLI A BALM changes the rustic Coun
irv Girl into a City Belle more rapidly than any otLer
Re Inp st, Sunburn, Tan, Freckles. Blotches and all
Cffccitof the Snn.merStto Jiiapnear wlieait isu ed,
md a genial, cult.vated, fresn expression is obtained,
rb ich rivals the Bloom of Youth. Beauty Ut possi?
ble to all who will Invest aeventy-fiva cents at any
respectable store and insist on getting lae MAGNO?
Use no'hing but Lyon's Kitfcairon to dress the
H?ir. nae mwilmo_July 26
ja- ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON CHE
Errors and Abuse? Incident to Youth aud Early Man
hood, with the humane view or treatment and cure,
sent by mail free of charge. Address BOWABD AS?
SOCIATION. Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 _3mo"
j?-BATCHELORS BAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, ins tau ta
neous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tinta; rem?
edios the ill effects of bad dyes; invigorates J
leaves the bair soft and beautiful black or brown,
sold I y all Drugg'sts and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Bachelor's Wig Factory, No. - Bond
etreet, New York, Jyr May 16
EXCURSIONS! EXCLUSIONS I
THE ITNC FAST SAILING YACHf
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the >onth r
y ia now ready aud prepared (o makv regula i
-i tripe, thus affording an opportunity to a ll
who mar wish to vlsi t point? of interest tn oar bes n -
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union Waar
KXCCRSIONS AROUND THE MARBUK,
^xrw THE FINE. FAST SAILING AND COM. -
?V/FORT ABLY appointed Yacht ?LEA NOB
X-JB??I rerame her tnpi to historie pointa lar*
the harbor, and wIH ??av? Goveramea
Wharf daily at Ten A. H.
Fer Passage apply to THOMAS YOUNO,
December 18 Captain, on board.
BB IR/ YUH H. AND CHA ULKSTOA
FURN R W YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
THE SPLENDID 8EDE-WHEEE
'STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN, M. &
??OODHOI, Commander, will sal 1
? from edger** bon th Wharf SBBA !.
rasar, 81st instant at ll o cioek a. M.
MW An extra charge ot SS made tor Tickets pur?
chased on board alter sailing
$W No Bills of lading signed after the steamer
mw Through BiBa Lading given for Cotton to
Booton and Providence. E. L
mw > brough Billa of Lading giren to Liverpool.
MW Marnie Insurance by thu line )i par oem.
mw The Steamers of thia line an first class Ur
every respect, and their Tables are cupelled with ?ll
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar
-For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMti- ADGisB A CO.. Agenta,
Corner Adi er*? Wharf and East Bar 'Ur>-rUrra.)
mw CHAMPION to follow BaxtraxuT, Ausrast
7th, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
July 28 _?. , ._g
FOR PlIlliAbKLHHIA AND BU? lON.
THE STEAMSHIP PEOME
'THEUS, Captain a. B. CtauT, wiM.
hat? Sortli Atlantic Wharf, aw
--THURSDAY 29h. at - o'clock.
For Freight apply to ,
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
July 26_? North Atlantic WharC
JTOR anew turua.. ,
BEG ULAR LINE EVERY WEDNE89AY.
. THE SPLENDID 87DEWHEBL
I BTE/M<* IP il AO VOL! r, Captin
M. B. CBC WALU having elegant and
- --.fpaciotu accommodations for oaa
sengera, will We v?n.teiBorer> ?-*rl oa WD
RUESDAX Moaarnto July 26, D-60, at 9 o'clock.
Joly 22 _ttAVENEL, a . i. wu
PACIFIC MAIL, BTJSJLBlsaila? COBaFY 8 -
TKBOrOH U> ki TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANOX BF SAILING DATS!
STEAMERS OF THB ABOV
line leave Pier No. 12. storth Brver,
toot Ot Canal-street, Nsw Fort, at .
12 o'cJo.:k noon, of theist, Mth sad "
21st of every month ?except when these dates tali
en Sunday, than the Saturday preceding!.
Departure of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
?teamen for Boam Pacific and Central Am ?nee f
porta. Those ef 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each n. on th conn eels witt
the new ilasm line from Panama to Amrtyali* ear
Kteemahip OREGONIAN leaves San Francisco for
China snd Japsn Auetut #. 1869.
No Csltfornia steamers touch at Havana, hat ge
lirect from New York to AiplnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adc!*,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket* or farther Information apalv
Lt the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, oh ?he wharf,
oot of Canal-atzeet, Noitfc Bl Ter, Hew York.
March 12 lyr F. B. BABY, Agent,
FISHING KXCUHSIOM TO THE BLACK.
THE ST RAM ER SAMSON WILL
_leave Central Wharf for the Black
m ks. st 9 o'clock WasiragBAT Moasiao, ?he
Bait will be provided on board.
A Fish Chowder win be provided at the expense e f
the boat, and other Betreehments can be had oa
Ticsets can be had at the Charleston and Pavilion
Hotels, Holm, s' Book Store, Cameron A Barkley's,,
md Febrenbach's. JOHN FE8GUAON,
Joly 27 2 Accommodation Whirl
TT KN TI Of? I DRY GOODS BUYERS
A FINE ANO LARGE STOCK OF
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WILL, PREVIOUS TO TAKING STOCK,
reduce many of our Goods to
which should not Slost?ight of by those in need ef
irticles In our line.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.?
30UTHWE9T CORNER HING A CALHOUN 8T8.
Boots Shoes. Hats and Tranks?
FOR SALK LOW.
May 3 3mos
y Hi ?MAS J. RAYNER di co.;
Particular attention t j Special B.anls for Grocers
NOB. 29 LIBERTY-STREET AMD 6* MILDEN LANE
MW Samples sent to lesponslble houses,
July 27 tntIv3mo
Jjr Ol .MKS cv ?1ACBKTH.
No. 3G Broad-street,
Charleston. 6. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEEBJ, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION A G ES TS.
Will atttend to EenUn.' ai.d Collecting of Bents
md purchase and Kate cl stock-, Bonds, Gold,
i'iver and Real Esta'e.
'Io the Purchase ot Goods and Supplies for partie
In the country upon reason lhle lenna.
G TOBO E L. HOLKBD.AUsXAlTOSa MAOTOH.
Janus rv 1 lyr
j T. HCMPHHKYB ^
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, 8I>
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PBOPEBTY
No. %t BRO iD-ITEII T
OHABLBSTON, 8. a
Bon. HEN ll BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, See.,
huerai JAMES CONNER. T. fi. WARING, aaa.
mo Bl" S 1 P? KS S BB?.
Th? SUMTER NEW?,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S. C,
14 ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; bas a large efcoatatj?, aa*liWi?
perlor advantage? as an ^'?.^^
low. Adores DABB * ?|T^
February 22 Propn-fm.