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AnTE&TJSESs will take notice that we cannot
engage that any advertisement sent to THE
NEWS office ata later hoar than half-past nine
o'clock at night will appear In'the next morn
tag's paper. An exception to this role is made
in favor of notices of meetings, deaths and
Meetings Thia Day.
Bruderllcherbund, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales Tikis Day.
I?itch'A Bruns will' sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postofflce, real estate.
Jeffords & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, hams, shoulders, ic.
R. M. Marshall & Brother- will sell at ll.
at the old Postofflce, real estate.
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A RESPECTFUL. PKT rr EOS.- Some taxpayers
living ia Reid and America streets ask that we
will request? tW chief of police to send a
policeman; at night, to the corner of those
streets, where a party of young men and boys'
make themselves a nuisance to the neighbor?
A Qoicx TRIP.-The' steamship Manhattan,
oftheAdger Une, which left this port at 2
o'clock on Saturday afternoon, reached New
York at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, making
the trip in 52 hoars. This..Is, we believe, the
; best time made by any steamer oat of this
port since the close ot the war.
rt? K'S NON-CONOUCTOB.-Lieutenant
Brains, the president of the company for the
manufac ture of the non-conductor covering
for bollera, is still in Charleston, and wlll-j
? execute orders for the covering which can be
seen in nae at the places oarned in the adver
. tisement. Th? covering ?s?gniy recommend- j
ed aa an ?conomiser of fuel. . ?
Fra E ABMS.-Two young men had nigh words
amusement, and went his way, a wiser and
perhaps a sadder man
A SKNETQLENT MOTS.-It is rumored that a
petition will soon be gotten np and presented
to the-City ecmncll soliciting aid, by way of a
- pension, in behalf of the late Thomas J. Martin,
the^ ^ police man wno was murdered on the
night of the Slat Instant. The family consists j
-of a widow and fire children, who are left Ut j
?';IJ ' '-*?f
SXSSIBLE.-There ls a good thing in Reade'o
novel "Pat Ycflrselt In His Place." When
Henry, the hero, ls consulting Jael about his j
lost love, he says: "Bat how am I to let her
know I promise ?"
' . ".Tdont know. How does everybody let j
everybody know things now-a-days ? They \
Or coarse they do-In THE NEWS.
THE NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. - Attention
is called to the schedule o? this railroad printed ]
lc. another column. Foll information ls given
as to the beat and quickest way of reaching
the Virginia springs, and all points In the
North and West. The trains of theN. E. Rail?
road make good time, and the officers, high
*nd .low, ar? courteous, attentive sad masters
bf t^rr business. .
?"Mii??'.''''-- ' *- .
Carneas.-The children of the Catholic Or
pbaattonae were oat ta?ag an airing on the
Tijittmj yesterday afternoon. .
Two dogs were killed to-day for offending
against a city ordinance made and provided.
George C. Waller has been appointed com?
missioner of deeds for San Francisco, Cal.
two parties found drank ia thc - ' reet, were
flued<5 each at the Mayor's Court, yesterday
The drought la France has started the farm -
ere and peasants to praying for raia, ?ad in
one village a solemn H igh Mass was chanted.
K horse was sunstrock in Queen street yes?
terday. A Dexter bonnet would eave saved
Seaator Sawyer reached this city oa Sun?
day, and departed for Columbia yesterday
evening, Ur attend the State Republican Con?
verja, of which he is a delegate.
A private ; telegram from Columbia states
tb??#jbe "regul-tr?r.aai "boitera" are baring
hig^^tfaaea. 'Som?itbing ?gramfc.jft^y
4 and;pec?lar^ may be expected ia a few days. '
Officer Baree recovered three sliver spoons
yesterday which had recently been stolen, and i
by a strange- co?ncidente the name of the thief ;
was Boiler. ?
George^. Gibbon, of Chaton Place, New
Tbrk, oflferE to bet $10,000 that the Emperor
Napoleon will be la Ute City of Berlla ia alaety
days.; ; .: .
Dian? Singleton was seat to Jail yesterday
mo ming fbr a term of thirty days, for misbe?
having herself in Elliott street, at an unsea?
sonable hour r^tcrrday night.
There ts a rumor In San Francisco that a fl Ul?
fe uaterlng expedttio a la being flited out there
for fide capture of the French colonies at Tahi?
ti and New Csladonla, and the French Consul
ls preparing to have lt atopped.
- A dazing robber was chased from & house in.
Cairn^a Street on Sui.day night, whither he
hacf secreted himself, intending to commit his.
detWadatioas after th? family had re?red. He.
ra* s,na/row chance of being stopped in his
Samuel Toil ver was arrested on Sunday j
evening, on the charge of having furnished
himself with a newamt of clot hs, and negl ec t- j
lng to pay for them. He was reminded of the .
impropriety of his conduct by a detective,
who frarf-* him over fbr examination,
_ B??rBrown and Henry. Plnckney were ar
reeftdZatt evening on suspicion of beag par-1
ties to a late robbery of some extent. The
oase was sufficiently clear to j ustify Jhelr be
lag held fbr. further examin?t!?TL They were '
plftkod up by the detectives while walking,
their rounds. They ore on the tracie of some: .
others efthe same ilk. jj
~ granee toot 80,000 mea during the Crimean
Tao Italian campaign carried oft
4)0,000 more o? Napoleon's braves, while 65,00?
?fi?ahefcmen were sacrificed ia the Chinese and
Mexican wara. The opening war ls assuming
sack mammoth proportions that Napoleons1
losses now promise to exceed all these figures'
aggregated. _ _
Hotel Sxri-rala-Joly SS.
J, A. Gamble, Florence; Wm. Haas, Savin-,
?ah; Thomas P. Gregg, W. A Bradley, Co-'
..,,-rf> BeitelenL, Florence; M. Jacobe, South
;I>: C. Cohesy, W. O. ?ohesy, Mary
Tennessee; M. S. Jones, J.
"&msun\-Northeastern Railroad; H. B. Arms;
; Jfraw York ; Tlomas J. Baldwin, Maryland; H.
?C. Martin, 8svTtnnah, J. T. Smith, South Care- |
mw nut, niBBwacnuBeits; ti. naacua,
y J. H. Cavanaugb", A. B. Palmer,
' d ' S'. T . :
LEHM waxiatR ur KTNG BTHEET.
Proceedings of the Coroner1* Inquest.
SECOND DAY. .
Toe coroner's Inquest which was commenced
on Saturday, and of which we gave the pro?
ceedings on Monday, was resumed yesterday
morning, at 10 o'clock, and concluded at 2 P.
M., o?. which the following ls the evidence
& E. Jenkins, M. D., sworn, testifies that he
was called on to hold a post-mortem examina?
tion of the deceased, in connection with Drs.
T. G. Simons and Charles H. Schroder, and
that the report presented is correct, and that
the hall produced is the one taken from the
body of the deceased.
Alfred H. Abrahams, sworn, testifies that
his occupation is the driver of a pub?c wagon,
and resides at No. 533 King street. On last
Thursday night he was at home, and had a
little tea party for his children; and there was,
a serenade party opposite Mr. Cook's store, and
two soldiers came up and said : "Boys, do not'
Kt scared, wo won't hurt a hair of your head,
me of oar men killed a colored policeman
and wounded one other." Mr. Cook said, after
deponent told him of their remarks, that If he
had heard them be would have had them ar?
rested. .Depo?entiwentto the^TJp^errWardS;
Guardhouse and had these two men arrested
and lodged in the Guardhouse. Isaac Hack?
ney was with deponent.
-?Charles Marquardt, sworn, testifies that his1
occupation ?8 a soldier, belonging to Company;
B, '8th TJ. 8, Infantry. Was on duty at the
Citadel on last Thursday night, and heard
two reports bf firearms about 15 or 20 minutes
to 12 o'clock; thinks they were in King street
between the Citadel and Calhoun street. Af?
ter hearing the shots he went out of the sally?
port to ascertain the nature of the disturbance;
was corporal of the guard, and laying down
Inside the sally-port, when a person came up
and the sentinel halted him, and called, "Cor?
poral of the Guard." Deponent then went
out, and found a man making some noise at
the gate leading to the Citadel, and found that
the man was Sergeant W. A. Johnson, of depo?
nents company, and told deponent that Jin '
(Johnson)- was MB (deponent's) prisoner, and
found no arms upon him; and by order of the :
commanding officer, deponent turned over
Johnson to the police. /Private Valentine
Houser came in afterwards. Sergeant John?
son went out early In the evening with Private
James Jones, anft Jou?? retuned to the Cita?
del before the shooting took; place; did not see
the poUcemaaiu^^Aj?w minut?^ after John
form thej^^niM^^eiamia??oa of the iead
body of ITBo&as Ma'qjln, and the report shown
Eugeae Smltl??^i^'t?atules that he is a
sergeant In CnBM?B?faBWgh United States
Iofaatry; wa3'^dffiSfiga?^^?^geant of the
guard, onTasi Tha?saByy?^flfeB^ awake
and oa duty^:ttt^tlm^--oRh?""artair of the
pistol. After ' tn*?B?^?If?tN8flra?ant Johnson
came in and surrendered bimselt to deponent;
he was staggering, and some of the officers
called out to confine him. Afterwards Private
Gillis Hawkins and Musician Savage came in;
and two of the prisoners now in charge, viz:
Sergeant'John Smith and Sergeant Jobn Mor?
gan came in after daylight. Searched John?
son after he was placed in the guardhouse and
found no arms.
Edward Starr, sworn, testifies that he is
corporal of Company F, 8th U. S. Infantry,
and was on duty on last Thursd\y night, and
upon hearing the first pistol shot went to the
sallyport gate, and when there a few moments
heard the second shot, which was closer to the
Citadel, between the store and Picket Guard
house; saw the flash of the pistol. Immediate?
ly after two men ran into the gate of the Cita?
del enclosure, one going into the laundress
quarters and the other passing around the west
wing. A few moments after Sergeant John;
son ran in the gate on King street, and was
arrested at the entrance of the Citadel. Depo?
nent was standing at the sallyport when John
son came In, and Colonel Edie ordered depo
ponent to place that man in the guardhouse.
When Sergeant Johnson came in ne was run
?lng; some of the party came In twenty min
otes after, and some two or three hours after
they were walking. Deponent arrested Ser?
geant Johnson by order of Colonel Edle, and J j
searched him and found no arms on him. It1
was about 15 minutes to 12 when Johnson came
lo. When Johnson was arrested the police
were on King street; searched the prisoner,
:hioklng perhaps he had been shooting the
jlstoL Has always known Sergeant Johnson
ts a good, steady roan; never knew him to
lave a cross-word with any one.
Charles Miner, sworn, testifies that he is a
Erate, la Company F, 8th United States In
try, and was on post outside the sallyport
an Thursday night last, between the hours ot
twenty minutes past eleven, and. twenty min?
utes psst one. About fifteen minutes to
twelve heard the first shot fired; it seemed to
be on King, between Burns's lane and Calhoun
street, and about five minutes after, saw the
dash of the second shot, about Gi lion's Btore,
on King street, and heard the police or some
person crying ont. "Stop that man ! stop that I f
man !" A few minutes after, Johnson came ,
In, walking pretty fast, but could not run, on
account ot being a cripple, having been shot.
He came in through the King street gate. De?
ponent halted him, and Colonel Edle, ordered
him (Johnson) under arrest. A few minutes
after. Policeman Robinson and. a colored man
came np, and the prisoner was delivered to
them, they saying that Johnson had shot two
of the men. I .
James Harrington, sworn; testifies that he is
a roundsman on the city police, and was on
duty as BU ?, on Thursday night, and about
three-quarters past eleven ?clock, was in
George street, a little below St. Phillp, when
deponent heard three raps of a club, and ans?
wered with three more, and hastened in the
direction of the signal. When deponent got
the re, a crowd of about twenty persons were
at the corner o? King and George streets; some
soldiers and some .citizens; asked what was
the matter, and was told that some soldiers
was trying to shoot a policeman; ran up with
a policeman named Fox, and when the soldier
saw na advancing, heran. .This was in Kine
street, between George street and Burnes
lane-deceased was ahead of deponent about
ten or twelve steps. On crossing Burns's lane.
Martin threw something at the soldier. It did
not strike him, but struck the window of the
store at the corner, and sounded like something
ol a hard substance. Between Burns's lane ana
Calhoun street Private Martin was shot by a
pistol In the hands of a soldier, but cannot re?
cognize the Individual. Stopped to look at
Martin, in order to ascertain the extent of his
injury, and then pursued the soldier, and a
few minutes after heard the second shot. De?
ponent then ran and met Private Riley, who
told deponent that he (Riley) was wounded.
Deponent then ran to the Citadel gate, In King
street, when two soldiers came up, one with
a pistol In his hand, saying that he wanted the
sight of a policeman, for that he wonld shoot
him. ?Deponent attempted tb cross the fence
and head them off. They were walking fast
In the direction north of Calhoun street. They
were not long inside, when one by the name
of Lyons came out; cannot swear to the small
man, but thinks that Smith is the man that
had the pistol. When Lyons came ont,deponen t
arrested him and carried bim to the Station
E. W. Riley, sworn, testifies that he is a
policeman on the city force, and was on duty,
on last Thursday night, in King, between Cal?
houn and Morris streets. At about half-past
tl o'clock, was walking down his beat, and
when near Vanderhorst street, he halted on
the plank road, the reason of which .was the
hearing of quite a noise <iu.-Kuig street, be
teee^wnrns^'Lane and Calhoun street, and,
lbOktrjR'dttwor, K?|g street,-heard the signal
raT>fr~?t?lstan<*J As/aoon aj the rap was
given, saw the flash of .th? pistol. Deponent
answered the signal;' and, when opposite the
Citadel and ruc olag; he-.repeated the answer
of the signal; and, when between Picket
Guardhouse and the building north, saw one
soldier running in the street, hat in hand, and
went after hUL but be was top far ahead. ,
After a careful and laborious investigation
of two days, in which more than., twenty wit?
nesses were, examined, the jory'returned a
verdict of which the following ls the substance,
viz: That Thomas J. Wsrtln came to his death
from a pistol shot in (?ae'Jtands of William A.
Johnson, and that John Howe, John W. Morj-1
gan, Bernard Lyons and John. Ti Smitk are
accessories^, .. .
LOST AND FOUND.-Thomas Washington, a
victim of sundry untoward circumstances, and
said to have been born under an unlucky star!,
managed to escape from jail a short time since1,
whither he had been placed to atone for sun?
dry peccadilloes; but his usual bad luck, in the
shape of an o nicer, overtook him, and he was
brought back and had thirty days added to th?
tera Of bis Imprisonment.
AN AGRICULTURAL CONGRESS.
We eheerfnlly gire place ia our columna to
toe following circular, in regard to an Agri?
cultura! Co ogres a, to . be bald in 'the City of
Augusta, ?forgiaj October 26,1E7Q :
To Agriculturists and Agricultural Organiza?
tions throughout the Country :
The necessity of co-operation amongst the
agriculturists and agricultural organizations
of tbe Southern States is becoming more man?
ifest every year. Public--improvements,, the
diffusion of agricultural science, ano tbe pro?
tection of tbe rights of agriculturists bave not
hitherto received the attention which subjects
of such vast importance to our prosperity de?
mand,- and which are best secured by volun?
tary association and combined action.
The in terea -a of the cultivators ct the great
staple productions of tbe Southern States de?
mand a central':and united organization, the
object of wblob shall be the promotion of im?
proved methods of culture (especially adapted
to the productions peculiar to oursection) the
improvement of our labor system, tbe en?
couragement of foreign emigration} and the
diversifica tion of oar agricultural productions.
A general desire for an organization with
these objecta in view ia expressed by leading
agriculturists throughout the South... ?
It is, therefore, proposed- to organize an as?
sociation . wbiob shall meet..annually at some
I a ooes ai ole point in one of tbe. Southern States,
where agriculturists from every section shall
I assemble, lo deliberate in council, and fully
communicate the result of their experience as
tending to. the. advancement .of ? tho arts ot
husbandry and kindred subjects.' " '
It ia suggested that the initiatory assembly
convene at Aug nata, Georgia, during the hold- j
lng Of the great fair of the "Cotton Stated Me?
chanics' and Agricultural Fair Association,'
in October next. - ??
ID furtherance of the foregoing, the under?
signed have been appointed a joint committee
from the Cotton Stales Mechanics' and Agricul?
tural Fan* Association; and from the Angueta
Board of Trade,' to make: all necessary ar?
rangements for the first meeting, which will
be held in this city, October 26th, 1870.
The several State and county organisations
throughout the country are cordially invited to
The first business before the assembly will
be the permanent organization of an sericul?
tural Congress-election of officers. ko.-to be
followed by free discussion of agricultural sub?
The central location of Augusta, and its ex
tensive railroad connections, make it easy of
acces?.f rom all parta of the country.
Arrangements are made with the various
railroads to carry delegates free of charge, or
at reduced rates. . ! ,. . . .
Delegates, in order to avail themselves of
this privtledge, will have to present daly au?
thenticated certificates of appointment to tbe
Agricultural Congress. . .
Associations are requested tb report,' ss early
as practicable, the names and number of dele
gates they may appoint
All communications will be addressed to
Mr. E. fl. Gray, Secretary Cotton States Me?
chanics' and Agricultural Fair Association, Au
gusta, Ga. Wu. fl. fuxT,
Prest't C. 8. M. and A. F. Association
President AugustaBoard.of Trade.
M. L. BONHAM,
P. J. BEROKMANS,
T. P. BRANCH,
Augusta, Ja., July 15,1870.
At the regular monthly meeting of the Wash?
ington Light Infantry Charitable Association,
held on the evening of the 22d instant, the fol?
lowing preamble and resolutions were unani?
mously adopted :
The solemn associations connected with the
erection of the monument to our departed
comrades have been Intensified and made more
sad by the unexpected death of two ol our
companions who had shared with them the
iangers and the tolls of war.
The grave has received Into its bosom the
nor tal remains of SAMUEL J. BURGER and of |
FREDERICK RICHARDS, Jr.
Lieutenant SAMUEL J. BURGER was, perhaps,
he oldest member ot the Washington Light;
infantry who took an active part in the affairs |
>f our. association. An earnest and devoted
3 ri vate In that old corps, he gave to its wei- j
are all his efforts, and was among the fore
nost of those, who, by their character, energy
ind care, acquired for it its high reputation.
At the outbreak of the war he was elected a
;ommlssloned officer, and by his conduct and
:ourage, attested by repeated wounds on the
leid of battle, he vindicated the choice of his
On bis return home at the cessation ot hos?
tilities, notwithstanding his own necessities,
jo great was his affection for his comrades and
als devotion to the name of the Washington
Light Infantry, that he Joined In the establish?
ment of our association, aid was prominent
and active in the distribution of its charities.
One of the originators of the scheme for
the erection of the monument be la?
bored unceasingly In securing Its success?
ful completion. He lived just long enough
to know that lt was an accomplished |
fact but before he could witness the ceremo?
nies of Its dedication he received the dread
summons, and ls himself numbered with our]
He possessed in a remarkable degree some of
the highest qualities which adorn our nature.
Honest as the day; Inflexible In adhering to
the right; warm-hearted, courageous, gener?
ous; a friend never doubting or faltering, true,
Very many of the surviving memoers of. the
Washington Light Infantry, who knew him at
our social meetings and around oar festive
board, mourn his death. We who saw all his
high qualities, brought out and Illustrated by
the stern requirements of war, bow down un?
der a loss well-nigh Irreparable.
FREDERICK RICHARDS, Jr., was just entering
upon the duties of life, and seemed to pos?
sess a future full of pro mise. Elad and gentle
in disposition, modest and retiring in his man?
ners, he had won for himself the affection of his
associates, and had secured the esteem and re.
gard of his elders. With everything to make
life desirable, In the vigor ot his youth, his sun
set before it was yet noon.
Before an event like this, so dark and mys?
terious, we can only bow In wondering sub?
mission to the flat of the Almighty Father, and
pray for that child-like faith in His providence,
which teaches that He' doeth all things well.
It ls proper that we should place upon some
enduring record our estimate of these our lost?
friends-our regard for their virtues, and our
sorrow for their death. Be it therefore,
Resolved, That the Washington Light Infan?
try Charitable Association have received with
profound sorrow, knowledge of the death of I
our late companions. SAMUEL J. BURGER and ,
FREDERICK RICHA?D8, Jr.
Resolved, That we tender to the families ot
our deceased friends, our heartfelt sympathies
In their bereavement
Resolved, That a page In our Minute Book be
dedicated to the names of each of them, with
Extract from the minutes.
J. L. HONOUR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCEBT. Jun8
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at S3, $4,
SS, $6 SO and $8 50 per- thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job OSc*.
"HUSBANDS, love your wives," is an Injunc?
tion of Holy Writ, and one of the best ways of
showing your appreciation of that command is
to stop at No. 27; Queen street and leave-an
order for one of the unproved Common Sense
Sewing Machines: to- be sent. up. The best
machine ever produced yet for the amount of
mon?y. c . juljTB
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY , OJ?. KERSHAW. - LAUCH LIN B.
MCPHERSON, AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ES?
TATE OF CATHERINE MCPHERSON, DECEAS
ED^vs. JOHN D. YOUNO.-COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.-Copy Sommons for Money Demand
(Complaint not Served.)-To JOHN D. YOUNG, the
Defendant in this action: Ton are hereby sum?
moned and required to answer the complaint in
this action, which ts this day flied in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of common Pleas, for the
said County, and to serve a copy of your answer
on the subscriber at his office, tn Camden in said
State, within twenty days after the service of
this summons on yon, exclusive of the day of ser?
If you fail to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff will take Judgment
against you for the sum of three thousand dollars,
with interest at the rate of seven percent, per
annum from the first day of February, one thou?
sand eight hundred and fifty-seven, and cost's.
Dated Camden, 9. C., Joly 21st, 1870.
-: J. M. DAVIS,
july2s-tu6 Plaintifs Attorney.
Ip*- MANY A FOET HAS SUNG LA
I ME NTS over departed youth. Did any .ever sing
I or chant-for lt would be like a psalm-the peace,
the joy, the comfort of growing old? Of knowing
passions dead, temptations conquered, expert
ence won, Individual Interests become universa1,
and vain fantastic hopes merged Into sublime
strong-bul in ed faith-faith which makes death
j its foundation-stone, and has for Its summit eter?
. "Oh l who, when fading of itself away,
. Would cloud the sunshine pi his little day ?"
Bat hew mach ls it to be deprecated that with
peaceful, serene, Infirm old age, comes decrepi?
tude, decay, feeble health, impaired digestion,
disrelish for food, and morbid wakefulness, which
is so constantly complained of. Is lt not, then,
a noble office to be the Instrument bf affording to
the-aged comfort aud relief la their decUaing
y ears, by offering them a medicated cordial which
will support the feeble health, give strength to
the stomach, regulate the functions, reproduce
the appetite, s nd promote refreshing sleep ? This
solace to old age ls the balsam?os compound
SOLOMONS'3 BITTERS. Jal,y26-tnths3
$&- BE ON YOUR G U A R D.-THE
unexampled success which for twenty years haa
accompanied the "use of Hostetter's Stomach Bit?
ters provokes the euvy or Ignorant nos tr om moog?
era In all "parts of the country, and the counterfeit?
ing business having been measurably played out in
consequence of the numer?os snits instituted
against'the offenders, a new system of tactics has
been adoped. in the South and West especially,
a legion of "Bitters," prepared from worthless
materials and hearing a variety of names, hare
been got ap by Irresponsible adventurers with the
hope of substituting them to some extent for the
Standard Tonic of the Age. In some cases coun?
try druggists are the concoct ors and proprietors
of these ans cien une and trashy compounds,
which are warmly recommended by the venders,
who endeavor to palm them off upon the credu?
lous la Ilea of the great specific which has never
yet had a successful competitor, either among
proprietary preparations or the medicines pre?
scribed in private practice. This notice ls Intend?
ed to pat the public on their guard against per?
suasions of partier engaged la the attempt to
substitute mere rubbish for the most emelent
stomachic and alterative at present known. At
this season or the year when debility and com?
plaints arising from a lack of vital energy so
generally prevail, it is of the greatest coaseqaeuce
tnat no tricks should be played with depressed
and enfeebled systems. -Ask. therefore, for HOS?
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, the great vegeta?
ble Invigorant and alterative, and rejeot, with de?
served contempt, the worse tuan useless medleys
offered In tts place. It la aa Important to The pub
he as to'the proprietors of the famous restorative
that this advice should be heeded.
?JS?*THE HOPE OF THE COUNTRY.
Wives and Mothers have the destiny of the coon
try ia their hands-consequently lt ls all impor?
tant that they (the Wives and Mothers) should be
healthy, and sound in body and mind. There ls
no remedy extant equal to BRADFIELD'S FE?
MALE REGULATOR for all diseases peculiar to
For sale by GOODRICH, WISEMAN k CO.
pm THE BARNWELL SENTINEL HAS
'he LARGEST CIRCULATION of any paper pub?
lished la Barnwell County, and Merchants, Fac?
tors and Business Men who advertise, expecting
to be beoeflted, would consult their Interests by
giving lt a trtaL It circulates at every postoffice
in the County, and on the Sooth Carolina Bail
road, from Charleston to Angosta. Is taken by
every business man In the County of any note,
and as an advertising medium ls unsurpassed by
any Country Weekly in the State.
Address E. H. BRONSON,
GERMAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-Emigrants seeking employment can
obtain information concerning the same from
Captain EL HARMS, Agent of this Society, whose
office for the present is at No. 80 East Bay.
Parties wishing to employ Emigrants can consult
the Agent dally. Office hours from 12 to 2 o'clock.
ap23 sta _ President.
^NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS AND TRUST COMPANY.-CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STBEBT.-Money deposited
oa or before Joly 18th, will draw Interest from
July 1st. Interest allowed March, Jnly and No?
vember. Deposits payable on demand.
Jon?_NATHAN RITTER. Cashier.
p*- SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUB?
LIC-GREAT ONE DOLLAR S ALE-EVERYBODY
INTERESTED.-Extraordinary Bale of Diamond
and Gold Jewelry, Silver and Plated ware, Musical
instruments, Sewing Machiaea, Dry and Fancy
Goods, Table Cattery, Photograph Albums, arti?
cles pf Virtu, and an endless variety of Foreign
and Domestic Goods, both useful and ornamen?
tal, at a untionu price of ONE DOLLAR each.
Agents wanted everywhere. Great induce
menta offered, Send for circular. Address,
C. C. OORY k CO.,
No. 103 Broadway,
jao3-ftn3mos _ New York.
MANHOOD AND WOMANHOOD.
Essay s for young mea, oa the passional attrac?
tion of the sexes, and the happiness of Taus
MABSIAOB, when perfect manhood and perfect
womanhood unite to consecrate the union. Seat
free, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
?9W* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Byes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
?aTA GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE,
From the ?me when, tn 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history of Medicine has
equalled tt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians m treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous d lae as es, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician Of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United states. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR, Patieuts get better after ont. one
dose na? been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-TEdltor "Argua" ]ani7 lyr
pS" MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Canse and Cure of Decline m Premature
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De?
.There is no member of soctety by whom thia
book will not be foond useful, whether such per?
son holds the relation cf Parent Preceptor or
Olergyman."-Medical times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on reojetpt of fifty cents. Address
the Author, Dr. a DBF. CURTIS, Washington,
D. 0. sepa lyx
Trains leave charleston dally at 0.30 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and- 6:80 P. M-. :; 1 .
Arrive at Charleatoti .7.30 A. AL.. (Mondays ex?
cepted,) and 5 P. M. : .
Passengers for air points North, by leaving at
9.30 A. M., can go via Welddn and Richmond, or
by leaving at 6.30 P. H., can go via Weldon and
Bay Line, or via Richmond, and thence via the
Anula Oreek or Gordonsvltle routes to Washing?
ton, i- . ?.
Passengers for the Virginia Springs, leaving by
the 9.30 A. M. train, will reach Richmond at 11.16
A. M., and leaving by the 6.30 P. M. train reach
Richmond at 8.15 P. M., in time to connect with j
train leaving for the Springs ac 8.46 P. M., or caa
lay over until the following morning, at 8 A. M.
This is the quickestand most pleasant route to
Cincinnati, Chicago and other points West and
Northwest, both trains making close connections
at Washington with .Western trains of Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad. 1
- : - S. S. SOLOMONS.
P. L. CLKAFOB, General Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CKARLBSTOV, 8. 0" May ll, mo, T '
On and after Sunday, May 15th, -the Passenger
Trains upon tba Sooth,iJaroupa Railroad will roc
as follows: . ....... .
' '":'? ' FOB AHOUSTA. ' '.? -
Leave Charleston..8.80 A. H.
Arrive at Augusta.:.....:.4.2i P. M.
. ros COLUMBIA.
Leave Charleston;..'........ .8.30 A. M
Arrive at Colombia.....4.10 P. M,
FOB CHARLESTON. :,. . .
Leave Augusta.8.00 A M
Leave Columbia.7.46 A". M
Arrive at Charleston.8.30 P. M
A?QDBTA NIGHT BXFBBSS. !
Leave Charleston.*..8.80 P. M
Leave Angosta..6.00 P. M
Arrive at Augusta...7.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.6740 A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXFBK83.
Leave Charleston........7.so P. M.
Leave Columbia...7.60P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.....'..e.oo A M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A. M.
smoaaviLLi THAIN. .. -
Leave Charleston.2.60 P. M.
Arrive at Sommerville.4.10 P. M
Leave Sommerville...'.........7.10 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.26 A, M.
., : . OAMDBN BEAN OH.
Camden and. Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WSDNXSDATS and SATO?DAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays ex
oepted,). connects with op and down Day Pas
aengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.'.;...6.85 A. M.
Arrive at Colombia...HUM A. M.
Leave Colombia.LOO P. M.
Arrive at camden.6.40 P. M
EL T. PEAKE,
may is General Superintendent.
?jina, Crorrwrp, Ut.
?^.M. G. WHILDEN & CO.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE CROCKERY, CHINA
FROM No. 137 MEETING STREET TO No. 29
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.
Mr. W. S. L ANNE AU will have the WHOLE*
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under his charge,
aid Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., wlU be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No. 255 KING STREET, cor?
ner Beaufaln, and will manage that branch.
Oar customers and friends will lind a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS at both Stores at REA*
WK. G. WHILDBN. .S. THOMAS, JB..W. 8. LANNBAC
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RET AIL,
No. 29 HAYNE STREEjT,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
CDT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
NO. 265 SING STREET,
For sale by t
. . f
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A CO.
Btjirts ario ?nrmohmg cro?os.
C O T T ' S
PERFECT FITTING STAR SHIRTS.
CHEAPEST SHIRT HOUSE IN THE CITY.
FIRST-CLASS WORK. PERFECT FIT GUARAN?
STAR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER.
SHIRTS SENT EVERYWHERE BY EXPRESS.
SIX FINE SHIRTS FOR $12.
SIX MASONVALE MUSLIN SHIRTS, With line
Linen Bosom, $16.
SIX WAMSUTTA MILL SHIRTS, with very One ;
Linen Bosom, $ is.
SIX NEW YORE MILL SHIRTS. With very fine
linen Bosem, $21
MADE TO ORDER FROM MEASUREMENT.
SIX FANCY PERCALE SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
$18, or $3 each.
A foll line of all sizes ready-made.
These goods are 20 per cent.. lower than any
other house in the trade.
Send for printed Circular and direction of mea?
E . SCOTT,
janl7-amOBD*c STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM.
ENRY H. BOODY & CO.,
RAILWAY AGENT ST,
No. 12 WALL arr*.EDT, NSW Yowl,
Make Collections, pay Coupons and Dividends,
Boy and Sell Governments, Railway Bonds, and
other Securities on Commission.
jO-Particular attention given to the negotia?
tion of Railway and other Corporate loans,.
N. B.-Interest allowed on deposits.
New York, May 2d, 18T0.
H, H. BOODY. D. A BOODY. EL P. BOODY.
.vt vac la ^S?MIT.
ofclvrfjcf y?ba?r * ?1 issi
.. . a -.ry.-?-trj. r.\
J?kavs va liz ;
Thal any sick maa survived the treatment
I of flfty years ago, must be considered a proof
that haman beings are very hard to kili
; ?sw :I .u. . . ~ ~! ..
\ The lancet, calomel, canthartdes and drastic par
gat ives were then the order of the day. The poy- j
slclan played into the hands of the apothecary,
and the unfo-ta?ate patient was drenched morn
lng, noon and night with prostrating medicines.
We live in a more rational and conscientious era.
The importance of supporting Nature in its conflict
with disease is now understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated J
by artificial depletion. They are met with TONICS j
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de- i
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Na?
ture, in its battles with sickness, ls
Thl s wonderful vegetable restorative ls the sheet-1
. te I tr. ;
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and decrepid it has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness j
to which the tender sex are especially subject, lt
is superseding every other stimulant and nervine.
In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, it
acts as a specific In every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirits. Wherever lt
ta Introduced lt becomes a standard article
-a medicinal staple. Druggists, although their
profit upon lt ls smaU, find lt absolutely
necessary to Keep preparation for which
everybody? inquires, and for which nobody
will accept a substitute. It is to-day the most
popular medicine' In the civilized world.
Extensively aa lt ls advertised, its best ad?
vertisement la the beneficial result which
uniformly follows Its use. Every bottle sold tn
: sores the sale of at least half a dozen more. Un.
like other stimulants, lt braces and fortifies che
system without exciting undue cerebral action,
The cheering effect which lt produces upon the
mind ls not momentary, bat permanent. There ls
no subsequent depression. It does not, aa la the
case with all other at imus, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On the other hand, lt soothesand calms
the nerves, comDining,strange as the anomaly may
seem, thequalltles of a sedative and gentle ano,
dyne with those of a tonic and lnyigoraat.
The perfect parity of all its ingredients, their
admirable adaptation to the purposes [they
are intended to subserve, the judicious pro
portions la which they are combined, and
the scientific skill with which they are blend?
ed, render this famous article at once the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Druggists. apr26
junction Saks-?rjis SDorj.
Bj W. T. LEITCH \& B. g. BRUNS,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Seedorf, Assignee, VB. Waaner et al
THIS DAV the 26th8 J^t 1??fwUl be
Bold, near the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OP LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, at the northeast comer of Queen and State
streets, measuring la front on Queen street 21 feet
on State street 88 feet, on the north line, running;
east from State street 19 feet io inches, then
running south about io feet, then east about s
feet to meet the eastern boundary, be the said
dimensions more or less; bounding south on
Queen street, west on State street, north: on lot
next described,, and east on land of ?J. A. Boye, t
.ShrffiM t ALSO,
All that LOT. adjoining the above on the D jr'h,
on the east side of Queen street, measuring in
front on State street 36 feet on the south une,
running east from State street 19 feet io Inches,
then south about io leet, then east about 8 feet
to meet the eastern boundary, and on the north:
Une about 28 feet 7 Inches, bethe said..dirneni
sions more or less; bounding weston State street,
south on lot above described, north on land or
Fleming and Boss, and east onload of-N. Av
Roye. M v/,, t
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one twee
three and four years, secured by bond of the ira?
chaser, with mterest from the day of sale, parable
annually, until the principal ls paid, and mort
gage ol' the premises; the buddings to be insured
In some company approved by the Referee, the
Insurance to be continued untu the-bond be paid,
and the? mortgage satisfied, and the policy- as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papera and stamps.
; JAMES W. GRAY*, j ? o
Jmyge_ Special Referee, i
By JEFFORDS & Ofc.cntf^sa
HAMS, SHOULDERS, &c. ?
WUl sell, THIS DAY, m front "or their
Stores, at 9 o'clock.
25 tierces Choice Sugar-cured HAMS 1
0 hhd8. Shoulders
25 borea Factory Cheese. . july26
By JEFFORDS & C?. . r
HAMMOCKS AND JAPANESSE FAN8v
will sen, THIS DAY, in frost of their
Stores, at 9 o'clock,
15 HAMMOCKS . .
_soo japanese Fans. . July?*.
tBy B./K. MARSHALL & BROTHER
GROCERY STAND SOUTH CORNER
Henrietta and Elizabeth streets. ? as ?.1 .'
THIS MORNING, at ll o'clock, will be sold at
the Old Postofflce, Broad street.-- .:j? 'Jt-: ^?utix'
The above LOT, measuring 43 by 88-feet, toort)
or lesa, together with an theBuildlngis titmows?
Terms-Hal f c&sh ; balance In one vear, i
as usu&l;'totereatsemi-annual.' ?Parchas^
R. M. M. A Bro. for papers and Stamps.
Bj LOUIS D. DeSATJSSUEE,
OLD THEATRE LOT ON MEETING
STREBT??/? i-rrf V A
On TUESDAY, the 2d of Angust. ac Jl o'clock,
A M.. win be sold, at the Old Postofflce, Broad
Btreeu -- . -
THE LARGE AND WELL SITUATED LOT OF
LAND, on the westside of Meeting-street, a few
lots south of Market-street, well (mown as the
site of the "Old Charleston Theatre," measuring
100 feet front by 280 feet deep, more ?r.leSs. .
.. Conditions-One-third casa; balance hy -bond
bearing seven par cent Interest, payable ia two
equal annual Instalments from day of sal?, to be
secured by a mortgage or the projr?rtf./Sar
chaaer to pay for papers and revenue stamps; ?
- This property may be treated for at private salo.
Joly H6-mtnthsmtu6. * ^ , ? . .
gfrggo, QTijeinicate, &t.
fjpHE B R I L L I ANT SUCCESS
THE TONIO OF THE COUNTRY,
ls unprecedented la the annals of Proprietary
SOLOMONS'S BITTER (St
The Great Restorer.
Rebullder of the
All who wish to be Reconstructed, use lt for
Loss of Appetite
And the "Hollow Cheat" of
Prepared at the Laboratory of
A A SOLOMONS A CO.,
49- Sold by all Druggists.
W. S. CORWIN A CO. will supply lt at Proprio
WEET QU ENI NE
Is a recent improvement.
Replaces the use of the Bitter Sulphate Quintos,
with which all are familiar.
DOSE FOR DOSE, .
lt la warranted fully eqaal In every way to Bitter
Quinine, and, like it, ls the one great, posi?
tive and unfailing cure'for all
DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORIGIN.
Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chili Fever,
Remittent Fever, Bilious Fever, Dumb Ague,
and the long train of disorders following these
ls m ade solely from Peruvian Bark (so ls Bitter
Quinine,) thefore lt ls of vegetable origin, and not
a mineral poison, but, on the contrary, ls proved
to be one of the elements found in the wood of ali
acts aa an antidote tc, as well as a cure for. Mala?
rial or Miasmatic Poison, the absorption or which,
by the langs canses Intermittent Fevers, Ac. The
only ii ran tage claimed for
over the use or old Bitter Quin li. e ls the entire ab?
sence of that intense, persistent bitterness, walch
In the latter la an Insurmountable obstacle to Ita
use with most persons, and always wita children.
SWEET QUININE A
ts in two forms-in Powder, for the'ase. of Pbs-st
clans and Druggists, and Fluid for use to the
family and for the general public.
STEARNS, FARR & CO.,
MANUFACTURING OHEMISTS, NEW YORK.
Fer sale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS.
JRON TIES! IRON TIES!
We will sell the following named.IRON TIES at
the lowest Drices and on favorable terms :
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIE-Highly Finished.
Swett's Patent Seir-Fastenlng Tie-Varnlahed.
Butler's Patent Tie-Varnished.
Arrow Tie-Varnished. _
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.,
r.Annea AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and at
Send orders to
W. E. wmswAT^ Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph o mee.
A FULL ASSORTMENT Just received by
Da. H. BAER,
jaiy5 ' No. 131 Meeting street.
rpHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE
AND EAS THE
MOST EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION,
OF AKT PAP KB rrjEUSHBO IN
THE CITY OF GREENVILLE.
Contract Advertising Low. - _ _
Circulates also in anderson. Pickens, spartan
burg and Western North Caroling 3AJLEY,
J my ll - Proprietors.