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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY' MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1867.
VOLUME III-NO. 125.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TIU-WEEKLT.
EVEU? WEDNESDAY StOUNINO.
3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
Ofueo on Main street, a lew door? aljovo
Taylor (of Camdon) street.
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J. R. Allen, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
S. P. Kinard, Newbcrrv C. H.
W. T. Sims, Union.
J. M. Allen, Greenville.
Governor Worth hus published nu
address to the people of North Caro?
lina, urgiug aud recommending re?
gistration. He concludes as follows:
Tho sole object of this address is
io urge ou every citizen of North Ca?
rolina to register, who may bo enti?
tled to register, and I havo gone
into this recital of somn of tho provi?
sions of tho Acts of Cougress, to en?
able you to understand tho misons
which induce me to advise you.
If you do not register, then you
will not be allowed to voto for or
against the call ol' a convention,
which is expected to make the altera?
tions in your constitution contem?
plated by these Acts of Cougress, aud
such other alterations as the delegates
may deem proper.
If you do not register, you will not
be allowed to vote for any delegate
to tho convention.
When tho convention shall have
proposed a new constitution, if you
shall not have registered, you will
not bo allowed to vote on tho ratifi?
cation or rejection of the proposed
constitution, however much you may
admire or abhor it. And if you do
not register, you will not be allowed
to vote for meinbors of tho Legisla?
ture, who are to ratify or reject the
proposed fourthteeutb article, as au
amendinentof the Constitution of the
I have uo hesitation in urging
upon every citi/.eu, who is allowed
the privilege of voting under these
laws, to register, so na to vote if he
chooses, on these questions. No ci?
tizen allowed to register and vote,
who fails to vote, will bave any right
to complain, if those who do register
and vote should adopt a constitution
which should be ever so oppressive
Whatever coustitutiou may be
adopted, will no doubt contain a pro?
vision making it difficult to amend it.
Hence every ci t i zen allowed to do so,
should do what he can to make the
uew government as good as possible.
Let mo ask each of you, who are
allowed to vote aud register-aro yon
willing to surrender all share in
making the constitution and laws
under which you arti to live? Are
you willing to surrender all share in
electing tho officers to whom shall be
confided the making and the exe?
cuting of the laws, includiug the
levying and collecting taxes?
Whether you regard these laws ns
constitutional or unconstitutional,
wise or unwise, yon ought to register
and put yourselves in condition to
vote, and maintain, as long as possi?
ble, the right of tho people to form
the government and make the laws
nuler which they aro to live. If you
cannot have a government ns you de?
sire, make it us good as you can.
A neglect or refusal to register, I
regard as a voluntary surrender of
the right to take part in Government
affairs, and I therefore most earnestly
entreat every citizen not to despair
of popular government, but to regis?
ter and vote, and try to maintain a
Government which will give to bim
aud his posterity as much of security
ind happiness as possible.
SrTCTDE.- L. 0. Johnson, of Rome,
Ga., committed suicide at that place
on Friday evening Inst, by shooting
himself in tho bead with a revolver.
The deceased was a son of a former
Governor of South Carolina, and is
said, by those well acquainted with
bim, to have had many uoble traits
Augusta, like Mobile, says the Tri?
bune, is blessed with a military Mayor,
apparently a patriotic devourer of
the people's means; a climber of the
public's . persimmon tree. A few
days ago, he called together ti secret
caucus of tho members of bis parlia?
ment, and got them to raise bis salary
John Vanmeter and Willis Porter,
both colored, of Nashville, Tennes?
see, were each fined fivo dollars by
Justice Wilkinson, for voting twice
on electiou day. They were inform?
ed that bad they been white meu, the
fine would have boen to tho extout
of the law.
A committee of tho Connecticut
Legislature is engaged in taking the
testimony as to the whiskey drank by
the members of the last Legislature,
and which tho State was made to pay
for by un appropriation.
HrNNici rr.-When Huuuicuttsaid
be wanted to treat every mau like a
brotberj the Richmond negroes crowd?
ed round him gleefully. They ex?
pected an invitation to drink, bat
General Grant declares that the
rebel militia now organizing in Ma?
ryland is a force hostile to the Union.
What does bo think of the militia
organized iu Tennessee, who shoot
and murder at will?
Romero, they say, has gone to
Mexico to look after his pay tor eight
years' service. It is a gaze into un?
The American Watch Company,
Watertown, Ct., turns out a watch
every two and a half minutes during
the working hours of the day.
Ro3'ce, the new President of Libe?
ria, used to be a barber in Ohio.
His election was a close shave.
A lady advertises iu u Glasgow pa?
per that she wants a gentleman "for
breakfast and ten."
A co-operative lager beer room is
to be started in New York. It will
go into liquidation the first day.
A thundering big lio is now render?
ed: A fulmiuatiug enlargement of
Modesty is to merit as shades to
figures in a picture, giving it strength
? wenty-three thousand three hun?
dred and seventy-six emigrauts ar?
rived at New York last month.
1,800 chickens aro consumed at
breakfast in ono of the Saratoga
hotels, says a correspondent.
A Boston paper thinks these are
called "dog days" because there is
so much growling about tho weather.
Where's Seward? is the inquiry,
now that Jerusalem is for sale.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
tho South Carolina Railroad by tho
morning train, coi get EUEAKFAST ut
Kingsville, as ample time is allowed for
that purpose. C. A. SCOTT, 1
June Ji> Proprietor.
PERSONS who desire to pa*.-* the
^ ,-umnier months in a healthy si ct ion,
where good water and mountain air are
tho principal attractions, can be comfort?
ably accommodated at the WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains' now i nn daily each way.
Board bv thc week or mond at reasonable
rates. ' D. RIEMANN.
.Tulv !> !?mo
St. James Hotel,
XKW OKLF.AXS, U.K.
DROP BI B T O ll ti :
WM A. HERD, of New Orleans.
W. F CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich
fr Telegraph and Ita Uren d Ofliccs in
rotunda of Hotel. July Ciao
I SPECIAL NOTICES.
VVELLWORTII READING-Who is
there that does' not desire to bc always cx
' empted from indigestion-to have a good
j appetite, a painless stomach, a clear head,
I a regular pulse, a healthy complexion? If
i this meets the eye of any who are not
1 thus blessed, let them try HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS. We guarantee that
this delightful tonic will restore any sto?
mach, however wonk, to a healthy condi?
tion; that it will bring back thc truant ap?
petite, and give permanent vigor to tho
whole system. Thc fceblo and emaciated,
suffering from dyspepsia or indigestion in
any form, aro advised, for tho sako of
their own bodily and mental comfort, to
try it. Ladies of tho most delicate consti?
tution testify to its harmless and its re?
storative properties. Physicians every?
where, disgusted with tho adulterated
liquors of commerce, describe il as tho
I SAFEST AND MOST RELIARLE
i of all s'omaehies. Its effects aro instanta?
neous. It docs not require weeks of dos
! ing before its virtues are realized. Thou
I sands sit down to their meals void of
I appetite, eating bec?uso others cat. Tho
! food thus forced into tho stomach does
j positive harm. Instead of strengthening
the system, it engenders a variety of ail
I monts, which end in confirmed dyspepsia.
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
taken regularly before meals, will prevent
; ull th?. Aug ll t?
( In or about tho 10th of September next,
we propose to move our business stand,
! and occupy tho "LARGE CENTRE
STORE," in Walk? r's Building,Main street,
situated on tho Bcjuare opposite tho Court
House. Until that time, we will bc found
at thu >:ld stand, still offering our great
bargains in Drv Goods.
July :ll R. C. SHIVER.
IT is a matter of congratulation that W<
have at last had a reliable Tonic intro
duccdin Panknin's Hepatic Bitters; manu
: facturcd at the South by Dr. C. F. Panknin
; the well known Charleston Chemist; an?
which can bo used by all persons, regard
less of age or sex, who require a toni?
I medicine. Ask your family physician, an?
he will be Bure to recommend them. Foi
1 salo by all druggists.
April 10 wly Du. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
FEVER AND AGUE-In every see
j tion of country where fever and ague prc
; vails, it is common to timi a large numbc
of periodic headaches, nenralgia, cob
hand-- and feet, and a general derange
ment of the system, from impaired ?liges
! tion, torpor of tho liver, Ac.- in short, tba
condition which is so generally, and oftei
I so erroneously, called '.bilious," but which
! in fact, is causod by the presence of ma
laria in quantity too small to develop
regular chill. A bottle of QUEEN'S DE
LIGHT will euro such eases at once, b
neutralizing in tho system the cause of a
tho trouble, and at tho same timo preven
a regular attack of chills, which! after
longer or shorter time, is likely to follm
these bilious symptoms. Try the Queen1
Delight, tho cheapest and best remedy fe
, biliousness, liver complaint, anil chill an
! fever. For salo by FISHER ft HEIN i I'S 1
Druggists. July 21 wu
TO .MA UK Y Ott NOT TO MAURY I.
WHY NOT? Serious Reflections f?
Young Men, in Essays of the Howard Ai
sociation, on the Physiological Erron
Abuses and Diseases induced by ignoran,
?if nature's law?, in the first ugo of mai
Sent in sealed letter onvolopos, free <
charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOL'GI
I TON, Howard Association, I'biladelphii
Pa. May 10 ihn?
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Thu only trite and per/eel Pye-harmles
reliable, instantancona. No disappoin
ment. No ridiculous tint?. Natural bia?
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dyes. Invigorates tho hair, h aving it s?
and beautiful. The genuine ii signed d'
! limn A. itatclu lor. All others uro me
imitations, and should bo avoided.. So
by all druggists and perfumers. Facto
SI barclay street, New York. r. r Rewa
of a counterfeit. _ Hoc ll ly
rpm: CHEAPEST LIGHT in th< worl
, X if yon get thc best. Just received, ?
other fresh lot. which i* offered at low
price bv the barrel, gallon, quart and ph
at " FISHER ft HEIXITSII'S
Joly 2! Drug Store
3d Precinct, Eichland District, S. C.
THIS Boord will commence duty August
13, for tbo accommodation of tim voters at
"Gadsden Box," and will sit in session,
between tbo hours of nine  a. m. and
three  o'clock p. m., Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. August 19-It will convene
at "Garner's Mill Box," and will serve five
hours daily, at above time, for three 
days, viz: Monday, Tuesday and Wednes?
day-thus alternating three  days in a
week at each place, until regiatralion is
complete. To this end, and in complianco
with Paragraph XIX, General Orders No.
C5, Headquarters Sccoud Military District,
sessions will bo hold for public inspection
and revision of tho lists, giving abundant
timo for that object, after September 19,
and for a perfect registry of this precinct
by thc 1st day of Octobe?, 18G7.
All persons qualified to vote under tho
provisions of tho Act of Congress ]>:?sod
March 2, 1807, entitled ''An Act to provide
for the more Efl'ci ont Government of tho
Rebel States,"' and tho sovoral Acts sup?
plementary thereto, arc invited to appear
before tho Board of Registration.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Chairman Board Registration
Third Precinct, Richland District, fi. 0.
Aug 10 __
fTMlK Board of Registration for tho So
I cond Precinct, District of Richland,
will commence ita duties in thu Palmetto
Engine House-rear of E. A G. I). Hope's
store-for tho accommodation of tho rosi
dents of Wards No. 3 and 4, on THURS
, DAV, the 15th inst., at 0 o'clock u. m., and
will continue the session daily until the
22d inst., at 3 o'clock p. m.
Tho books will bo open for public inspec?
tion, at same place, on September IA, IQ,
17. 18 and 19.
Tho final session, for revising the lists,
will bc held on thu 20th and 21st Septem?
For thc accommodation of the resident M
ot Wards No. 1 and 2, tho Board will Mt in
tho house next to the Icc House, on Wash?
ington street, opposite Law Range, on
FRIDAY, tho 23d in?t., at 0 m., and con?
tinue until the lilith inst., at 3 p. m.
Tho books for this box will bo open for
public inspection on September 23, 24, 25,
20 and 27.
The final session, for revising tho list-?,
will bo held on September 2s und 80.
DA Y IX 1U>.\.
For the accommodation nf the residents
of the above election precinct, thu Board
will ?it at Davis", on SATURDAY, the ?Hst
inst., at 9 a. m., and continuo until Thurs:
dav. Otb of September, at 3 p. m.
Tho books for this box will be open for
public inspection on September (i, 7, 9, 10
Tlio final session, for revising the lists,
wifl bo held on Thursday and Friday, Sep?
tember 12 and 13.
All persons qualified to vote nuder thc
provisions of tho Act of Congress passed
.Siareli 2, 1807, entitled "An Act to provide
for tho moro Efficient Government of tho
Rebel Statos," and tho several Acts sup?
plementary thereto, are invited to appear
before the Board for registration.
Tho hours for sitting of tho Board on
each of tho above mentioned days, will be
from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m.
During the final sessions, those persons
who aro qualified and have not been
already registered, can apply to the Board
and have their names added to tho list.
M. J. CALNAN,
Chairman of Board of Registration
For Second Precinct, Richland District.
Aug 10 _ <?
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IF von desire to supply yourselves for tho
FALL and WIN LKR TRADE, with tho
V BUY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH TUE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU ff te /foin .s'u'dly awl other fwj <iritteet
Order Samples from the sub'criber, and
they will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed,'during thu months of July and August.
From these samples you can make your
selections and return ymir orders: and tin
goods will be forwarded direct Iv trom the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNO,
President nock Island Manufac. Co ,
June 2 Imo Charlotte. N. C.
NU. 1 MACKEREL.
VFRESH SUrPLY.iUSl received ..!
July 12 J. 0. SEEGERS X CO.'S,
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
coi, run, ?c.
ONE THOUSAND BUSHELS NORTH"
100 bushel North Carolina OATS,
no bags FAMILY FLOUlt. For salo low
by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, from new
wheat, for salo bv
.1 uno 30 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
I>EST ANCHOR BRANDS, assorl?cfl
Muy -20 FISHER .t LOWRANCE.
FRESH SODA. BUTTER ami M I L K
GINGER CAKES. NUTS, .vc. For salo
bv FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "Thc
Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken tho attention of our physician*,
its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. AH a
blood purifier, thero ia no medicine Uko it
known to tho profession. A gentleman
told mo that his son has been taking tho
Queen's Delight, and is moro benefited by
it than by any other medicine. He wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a lotter: "It is due to yon
to state in this public manner, in order
that the people may know tho truth, that
1 have tried your Queen's Delight, ami
found it not only what you said it was--"a
puro medicino"-hut the best medicine 1
have ever taken fur eruptions ami general
had health. I had an emption all over my
body, with impaired digestion mid disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I have
taken one buttle of your Queen's Delight,
the eruption bas disappeared, my appetite
is better, toy liver and digestion is im
Iivovcd. I Kin satisfied ono or two more,
jottles will cure nie."
Extract from a lotter: "At tho close of
tho war, my constitution was shattered. 1
could not eat. Bleep or perform any duty
whatever, sueh was my prostrato condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I had in
abundance, such was my condition np to a
tow months since, when I began tho uso of
your Qneeirs Delight. I have unod two
bottles, my constitution is greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy r?fresh
ing sleep, and nm able to perform'my share
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter -Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I have used only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions ot the skin and itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed me very
much. 1 am entirely cured, f think your
medicine a valuable ont;."
A reniai kahle case of liver complaint ami
headache cured by tho use ot "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight:"' A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily gives tes?
timony of thu wonderful effects of this
medicine, she has been from early years
a martyr t" headaches, caused by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intense
headache and pain rt vcr tho eyes. Shebas
taken only hun hollies, und assures us of
the perfect cure i: h:;s made. She m w en?
joys good health.
'Still another: "During last spring, 1 had
boon troubled with obstinate chills .md
fever, which, when cured, left my system
in a wretched condition, blood impure, and
I was nilli, ted with ail angry, and, as I ut
? ne time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption over my entire body. The most
vin! nt remedies suggested failed to work
acure, until, ai the instance of a friend, I
Iriod Dr. Heinitsh's Queen's Delight, bess
than two bottles cured me, leaving my skin
in a healthy condition. My general health
is as good us over, for such puntosos, l
have, ever since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don t buy any hut the right kind. All
genuino Queen's 1 ?dight has the copy-right
mark on lue outside, ami it is thc only
niodieiiiu winch produces these womb rful
.ure-. F< r v ile wholesale and retail at
FISHER .V ???'TNITHirS
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