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AJ? ACT TO- Bi&?xj&r? me X-EES OR VUO
. DAVE JUDGES,. CLI?llKS OF COURTS, T?IAL
.j?&tiq?? A^^MAOiSTRATESf AND OTHEB
SECTION 1. J) g it enacted by tho Se nute
and Hon*?. ' \6/?B??\r%s5oi?t?v?8 of 7?HP
State of ' South' Carolina,1 nov/' met find
sittiug io Goneral Assembly, and by tho
authority of -tile same, That the-fees
Which Probate Judges, Clerks of Con rt?,
?liM 'fly011 ^gtetiutes, aaa tb?
other officers, herein meutiouod, shall De
authorized to receive in the several cases
htireiii specified, respectively, shall b?as
fbitQjjB:^ Mgfcv; iU!.
'. SEO. 2. Trial J"usit?es- and Justices of
tim Peace: tit?* |] f&C?T?Y'JtajT
Oath and warrant in hoy criminiilcase.1
fifty Couta; each recognizance, fifty couts;
dommitmeht arid, release, each fifty cents;
administering cud certifying oath io wri?
ting, other than above, fifty cents; issu?
ing writ of habeas corpus to two Justices
jointly, two dollars; . issuing summons
oed copy for defer?dunt aud civil cases,
sixty cents; .issuing summons- for Witness
in any civil cos?, . fifty cents;.taking ex?
amination of1 "witness ip writing tn any
case, ! ns prescribed by law, one dollar;
for giving judgment OM hearing litigated
case, fifty cents: for giving judgment io
oas? not defended, fifty cen ts; for issuing
?^ecuH?B,?3rl the same, fifty
cents ; repqr,t;of 'pas? hud tuki u g bond' to
appeal,- DOO idollar und fifty cents; for
garnisbe?iiana:pr4er thereon, twenty-five
conte; 'forproceedings io cano of eject?
ment, ;f?T^?cl0lw??;'',for.n of inden?
tures of'?p'pk?ut???s or" sorviiuts, 't>no dol?
lar; ipr proceedings on j Coroner's in
qa?Bt,. as prescribed bylaw, ten dollars;
for pr?ce?dil?gs ' o?; ?estray df horse or
biule,' od o'dollar; for proceed i ogs oh all
other .estraje,t';fifty bents; ipr taking aud
certifying renunciation of dower or ru?
hen tanc?, -t^? ' dollars; for 'granting
order ior^sj^ial bail, one dollar; .^or
trial of any ;criuiinal ouse' or misde?
meanor, three dollars; for'administering
oath, twenty-five cents; for administer?
ing oath on affidavit, fifty cents; pro?
ceedings in case Of bastardy, inclusive,
five dollars. . '
SEO. 3." Notaries Public:
For taking deposition and swearing
witness,: par copy sheet, twenty five
cents; for every protest, two dollars and
twenty-five couts; for a duplicate of de?
position, protest and certi?cuto, percopy
sheet, fifteen.cents; for each attendance
on any porson to prove any matter or
thing, sud certifying tho same, one dol?
lar; for every notarial certificate, with
seal affixed, one dollar; for administer?
ing an oath,- twenty-live cents; for ad?
ministering oath on affidavit, fifty cents;
for taking renunciation of dower or in?
heritance, two dollars.
SEO. 4. Coroners:
For every inquisition, ten dollars; for
mileage, going and returning, per mile,
five cents; for eaoh warrant issued, fifty
cents; for ?aoh commitment, fifty cents; j
for each recognizance, seventy-five cents;
for each body disinterred, three dollars;
for recording proceedings in each inqui?
sition in his book, per copy sheet of oue
hundred words, fifteen cents; for per?
forming the duties of Sheriff, the same
fees us ava allowed. Sheriffs for like ser?
SEO. 5. Witness.
lu civil caSea, per day, one dollar; in
State oases, per day, one dollar und fifty
cents, besides mileage ut five cents per
mile, going ana returning.
SEO; 6. Jurors:
Jurors, pee day, ono dollar and fifty
cents, besides mileage at five cunts per
mile, going and returning.
SEC. 7. Constables:
For summoning witness in civil case,
fifty cents; for serving summons, rule or
notice in any civil case, fifty ceuts; for
serving attachment on each pcrsou, one
dollar; for levying execution, posting
advertisements of sale, und paying over
proceeds, besides commission of three
Eer cent, on amount col hoted, to bepuid
y the department in exeoution, fifty
cents; for every day in search of stolen
goods, to be paid by complainant, two
dollars; for serving a warrant, iu any
State case, one dollar, for selling nn es
tray, five per centum of tba proceeds,
and in all cases for air actual aud neces?
sary travel ono way, to be certified by
the officer on the back of tho process, in
writiug, five cents per mile; for ull ne?
cessary service in case of ejectment, us
woli before as after judgment, five dol?
lars; for summoning Coroner's Jury, nnd
witnesses, to be paid hy tho County,
three doll arr; for transportation of pri?
soners to County jail, teu ceuts per mile,
to be paid by the County.
SEO. 8. Sheriffs:
For entering every writ, process, war
raut or execution, and making endorse?
ments thereon, fifty cents; for serving
every writ or summons, besides mileage,
one dollar; for bond in any case, one
dollar and fifty oeuts; for commitment
and release, euoh fifty cents; for serving ]
each venire for Grand Jury, ten dollar*;
for serving each venire for petit jury,
twenty dollars; for serving each bench or
other warrant in tho sessions, attach?
ment for contempt of Caurt, besides mi?
leage, each one dollar aud fifty cents;
search for person or goods not found
nnd returned on the execution non est \
inventits or nulla bona, besides mileage,
ono dollar; levy attachment or other exe?
oution, besides mileage, ono dollur and
fifty cents; dieting porsous, per day,
forty cents; executingoouviet, including
all charges for burial and other expenses,
twenty-five dollars; bringing up prisoner
under habeas corpus, to be paid by the
prisoner, if able, (if not, by tho County,)
besides mileage, two dollars; conveying
prisoner from one placo to auother, be?
sides all necessary expenses, and return?
ing, ten cents; each gourd for Sherill', in
conveying prisoner, two dollars per day;
commissions on all moneys collected by
him, if under three hundred dollars, two
per cont.; if over that sum, two per
cont, on the first three hundred dollars,
and one per cent ou balance; one-half of
ouo per cont, on all moneys paid out of
lodged to bind, with order riot tb levy,
due dollar; advertising defendant's pro?
per ty,i u addition to printer'sbill.one dol?
lar; dwvftngdeedor nrorj*ngttthrj*dol^
laro; bril? sale, Sne dbUtnau? fif? ceftts;
each nqffioe sersed ?nroet Of ^pnagArs
bf Eleutfbn, beagles neleJge. dmfi donr
hnd fiftjy cents; jfo oaa ofjejdpttnjmt, Ind
?jool i og tenant.'or oiheca, ?vetdollars;
summoning Coroner's jury and wit?
nesses, to be paid by the Oounty, five
dollars. ., .
1 SEO. 9. Clerks of Court.
For signing and sealing aub. writ, State
caseey fi tty cents; foi* administering oath,
twenty-five eon fee; for - taking und filing
bonds in attachment.,- trpver, and- other
cuBes/on'o dolI?r und ?lft.y pen to; sigoing
and sealing commissions to examine wit?
ness, "One dollar; "'recording -^I|t under
order of Court,-'- one'dollar; rule of s&r-'
voy, one dolfar; each official certificate
under seal, fifty cents; issuing writ of at?
tachment for contempt, br other special
writ, one dollar and fifty cents; siguing
atid sealing Writ Of hab.fac.possessionem,
one dollar; receiving and paying over
money official ly, under three hundred
dollars, two per cont. ; over that amount,
one per cent. ; one bill not. pros ,' Wsfore
given out, two dollaas; ou bill thrown
out by Grund Jury, or found, and noL
pros, abated, discontinued or struck off,
three dollars; on bill found and verdict
by petit jury, four dollars; issuing bench
warrant, two dollars; issuing scirefacias,
two dollars; issuing each execution iu
Sessions, two dollars ; signing and sealing
writ of habeas corpus, three dollars ? issu?
ing warrants, taking recognizance or
other services in tho sessions, the sumo
fees as allowed to Trial Justices: each
writ of venire /adas, including all ser?
vices incident to summoning jurors, two
dollars and fifty cents; preparing and
issuing certificates for gratia* abd petit
jurors, aud Constables, and furnishing
return to County Commissioners, for
each week of every term' Of the Court,
ten dollars ; furnishing .advertisement in
ouse of escheat, exclusive' of printer's
bill, and recording proceedings thereon,
five dollars; for 'advertising and giving
notice to alauaegrs of Elections, in case
of approaching or actual vacancy in any
Oounty office, each ten dollars; for li?
cense to an attorney, all incidental ser?
vices included, five dollars; Alina and
entering notice of alien's intention to
become a citizen, one dollar; filing and
recording report of alien, one dollar:
administering ?utb of intention, ono rtol
lir; filing and entering application tc
become u citizen and administering oath,
two dollars; for giving certificate pf citi?
zenship, one dolllar; taking renunciation
of dower or inheritance, two dollars; foi
official record of estray and "filing pa
purs, one dollar add fifty cents; ever j
search for a paper, 'fifteen cents; everj
search, wi'h certificates, fifty cents
sweariug Magistr?te or Constable ii
office, and certificate thereof and tukiuf
bonds, two dollars; for recording bondi
of County officers and certifying to same
one dollar and fifty cents; granting li
cense to peddlers, including ul 1 services
five dollars; for every probate in'wri
ting, twenty-five cents; for signing dedi
mus potestatem, two dollars; for officia
certificate to exemplification of record
one dollar; for official certificate in eas
requiring seal, fifty cents; on every trial
from the party bringing it ou, two dol
lars; on tiling transcript, ' twenty-fiv
cents; on entering judgment, fifty cents
copy papers, per copy sheet of one huu
dred words, twenty-five cents; aigu in j
aud sealing each execution hud renewal
fifty ceuts; for recording aud copyiu,
deeds or other papers, per copy sheet c
oue hundred words, twenty-five cents
for every certificate on deeds or othe
pupers, twenty-five cents.
SEC. 10. Judges of Probate:
For petition for letters, Sec., two do'
lars; for citation, oue dollar; quulifyin
executor, administrator or guardian, it
suing letters and recording same, fou
dollars; taking bond of administrator o
guardian, und recordiug same, two do!
lars aud fifty cents; issuing warrant c
appraisement, one dollar; proving wi
in common form, two dollars; provin
will in solemn form, ten dollars; for rt
cording wills and certificates, per cop
sheet of oue hundred worda, each ugur
counting a word, twenty five cents; filio
and entering renunciation of executor
one dollar; dedimus potestatem to prov
will or qualify executor, two dollars an
fifty ceuts; recording inventories, iq
praisements and sales, per copy sheet t
one hundred words, oach figure a wore
twenty-five couts; receiving, exuminin
and filing annual returns, two dollars.
For first and final return, each thre
dollars and fifty ceuts; for recording r<
turns, per copy sheet of one huudre
words, twenty-five centB; order for sa]
personal property, oue dollar fifty cen ti
hearing and filing petitions for guardiai
and upuointaJtut, five dollars; enforin
caveat and withdrawing same, one do
lar; for hearing litigated case, five do
lars; issuing summons, for each wit ne?:
fifty cents; qualifying and exuminutio
of euob, tweuty-five cents; for proceec
i uga in partition of real estate worth let
than oue t housand dollars, fifteen dollar
for appointing guardians ad Wem, thrt
dollars; for proceeding* in partition <
real catato worth more than one thousau
dollars, thirty dollars; commissions o
ull moneys received and paid out, tn
per cent, on the first three hundred do
lars, and one per ceut. for ull sums ov<
that amount; for search for euch pape
fifteen cents; for certificate and sen
tifty ceuts; for copying papers on file i
office, per copy sheet of ooo huudrt
words, tweuty-livo cents; for fiuul di
charge of executor, administrator <
guardian, two dollars; for proceeding
in dower, ^inclusive of all charges, twenl
dollars; for proceedings iu luuuoy, iuolt
sive, fivo dollars.
Approved Maroh 1, 1870.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONSTRUCTIC
AND THE KE Er J NO IN BET Alli VV l'ODt.
HIGA WAYS AND HOADS.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sena
and House of Bepreseutatives of tl
ii?..;- ? ? .*. : -A-.*-?? '??? -.T.;: -v--. r- v. .
authority of tlio wearne, ^QnM^W able
bodied male persons, and aU.m?lo per
lona ablegt?-periorra, o? cause tobf} per
wen tte i ajes of eigbt?e^aod for^y
ffivegyearfira \ ?il beliabfeaufeuAliyto per*
rordi such ci itfya labor OD the publio high?
ways uud iMds as shall not exceed ten
days, in one year, under tho direction of
the Commissioners of the County in
which he shall reside; Provided, That if
any person, being warned as hereinafter
provided, shall pay to the County Trea?
surer of tho County in which he may re?
side the sum.of .ono dollar per day, after
being notified by the .County Commis?
sioners, tho 'same shall' bo received in
lieu of euch labor, hod shall be applied
by tho said Commissioners to tho con?
struction and repair of highways abd
roads in the precinct to which" they be?
SEO. 2. It sholl be the duty of the
Codi missioners of each and every County
in this State to o?d?r out ?very such per?
son, resident as aforesaid, between tho
brat Monday in December and the Bret
Monday in August, annually, to do and
perform the work aforesaid OD the pub?
lic highways and roads in their respec?
tive Counties; and if -any snob resident,
being personally warned by such Com?
missioners, or by having a written notice
served at his place off residence, shall re?
fuse or neglect, having had at least three
days' ??tico, to attend by himself ir
substitute equally able to perform said
duty us himself, or, having attended,
simd refuse to obey the directions of the
said Commissioners, shall, upon convic?
tion thereof, bo tined by the County
Com missioners, in a sum not leas than
flv? 'iior mbre than fifteen dollars, the
Same to bo collected as other judgments.
SEO. 3. In case any person shall re?
move from one County to another, who
hhs, prior to such removal, performed
the'whole or any patt of the labor afore?
said, or in ' any other way has puid the
whole or any part of the amount afore?
said in lieu of such labor, and Shall pro?
duce a certificate of the same from the
Commissioners of the proper County,
such certificate shall be a completo dis
Charge for the amount therein specified.
SEO. 4. Any person called upon to per?
form uDy labor upon the public, highways
and roads, under the provisions of this
Act, shall by himself or substitute ap?
pear at tho place appointed "by the Com?
missioners at the hour of eight o'clock
in the forenoon, with snob necessary
tools und implements as the Commis?
sioners may direct; and t he Commission?
ers may, if necessary for the construction
or r?pair of tho highway or road, order
any person owning the sume to furnish n
team of horses, mules or oxen, and wa?
goo, curt, plow or scraper, to be em?
ployed and used upon the said highway
or road under their direction.
SEC. 5. For the purposes provided for
under the preceding Seotious of this
Act, the residenoe of any person who
has a family shall bo held to be where
his family resides, and the residence of
any other person shall be held to be
where he boards, in any County in this
SEO. G. In all cases a maa, horse, plow
and cart, shall be ?quivalent to three
days' labor; a man, wagon and two
horses shall be ?quivalent to five days'
labor; and so in proportion for all teams
and wagons used by and under the di
reotious of said Commissioners. And
the County Commissioners are hereby
authorized to appoint sub-Commission?
ers in each Township, (?o superintend
the repairing of roads and highways in
the different Counties of the State.
SEC. 7. That nil Acts or parts of Acts,
inconsistent with the provisions of this
Act, be, and tho sume aro hereby, re?
SEO. 8. That this Act shall tako effect
immediately after its passage.
Approved March 1, 1870.
AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE PLYMOUTH
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, OE CHARLES?
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the
State of South Carolina, now met and
sitting in G?nerai Assembly, aud by thc
authority of the same, That P. M. Ma
zyok, W. J. Brodie, Thomas Colo, F. L.
Oardozo, and nil persons who uow are,
or who hereafter shall or may become
members of the said society, shall be,
and they are hereby, incorporated and
declared to be a body corporate, by the
name nod style of th 3 "Plymouth Con?
gregational Church, of Charleston," and
by that said name ahull have succession
nf officers uud members, and have a com?
SEO. 2. That the said corporation shall
have power to purchase, receive and pos?
sess any real or personal estate, for the
purpose of this Act, not exceeding ic
value the sum of fifty thousand dollars,
or to soil the same; and by its corporate
name to sue and be sued in any Court in
this State, and to make such rules and
by-laws (not repugnant to law) as maj
be thought necessary and expedient.
Said society shall have all the powers,
and be snhjeot to all the liabilities and
restrictions, of the Act to regnlate the
formation of corporations, so far as ap
SEO. 3. That this Act be deemed a pub
lie Act, and shall continuo ia force foi
the term of twenty-five years.
CHAS. W. MONTGOMERY,
President pro lem. of the Senuto.
FRANKLIN J. MOSES,
Speaker House of Representatives.
Apptnved tho 28th duy of February
A. T\ 1870.
"ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
AN ACT TO FURTHER DETERMINE AND PER
PETUATE THE HOMESTEAD.
SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senat?
and J lo lise of Repr?sentatives of tin
State of South Carolina, now met nnc
sitting ia General Assembly, and by th?
authority of the same, That wheuevei
the personal property of the head of an]
family, residing in this State, is taker
?U?$Q?k??L?j[~ .T?rtu8/>^onj mesno or
unal procesa ?asneatroiu-?nys
said person eli nil cl ni tn tho said property,
?r ony part thereof, as exempt from at?
tachment by rthe provisioned Section
82, of Article II i/of tho Constitution,
whether tho s\ict person owp.0 a home?
stead of real estate or not, it aaall be?tlie
doty of the officer Executing > tho , H tri fl
procosa to oiuiQO to be ' laid off und'ap?
praicod oach property as tho snid person
may oeleot, consisting of such articles as
are enumerated iu the Constitutionen
the esme manner as is prescribed in tho
Act of the. General Assembly entitled
"An Act'. to determine and perpetuate
the homestead," ratified the ninth day
of September, 1808, not to exceed in
value the aggregate sum of five hundred
SEO. 2. That tho prodnots of agrien?to?
ral laborers, mechanics, artisans and
tradesmen of every- description, shall be
subject to like exemption as above stated,
without regard to Valuation, character or
condition of "products Or earnings.
Approved March 1, 1870.
AN A OT PROHIBITING THE PEDDLING OF AB
DB NT SPIRITS THROUHODT THE STATE.
(SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Semite
and House of Representatives of the
State of South Carloion, now met and
sitting in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the samo, That from and
after the passage of this Act it shall not
be lawful for any person, or perBons, to
peddle ardent Spirits in any County in
SEO. 2. That any person, or persons,
violating this Act, on proof to conviction,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
aud subject to pay a fine of not moro
than five hundred dollars, or imprison?
ment for not more than oue year, or both
such fine and imprisonment, in the dis?
cretion of the Court; and overybody so
couvicted shall forfeit all such spirits,
the same to vest in the County ; and if
the fine be paid, or the spirits forfeited,
one-half thereof shall be paid to the in?
Approved March 1, 1870.
AN ACT TO GRANT TO CERTAIN PERSONS
THEREIN NAMED, AND THEIR ASSOCIATES,
THE RIGHT TO DIG AND MINE IN THE BHDS
OF THE NAVIGABLE STREAMS AND WATERS
OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA FOR
PHOSPHATE ROOKS AND PHOSPHATID DE?
SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the
State of South Carolina, now met and
sitting in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the same, That the State of
South Carolina duos hereby give and
grunt to tho following persons, to wit:
George W. Williams, Charles C. Coe,
James H. Taylor, Joseph B. Robertson,
Edwin Platt, William Li. Bradley, James
Bridge, Jr., William Birnie, and such
other persons as they may associate with
them, the right to dig, mine aud remove,
for the full term of twenty-one years,
from the beds of the navigable streams
and waters within the jurisdiction of the
State of South Carolina, the phosphate
rocks and phosphatic deposits: Provided,
That the persons named, and their asso?
ciates, shall not iu any way interfere
with the free navigation of the navigable
streams and waters of the State, or the
private rights of any citizen or citizens
residing upon or owning tho lands upon
the banks of the said navigable rivers
aud waters of the State.
SEO. 2. That this gift and grant is
made upon the express condition that
said grantees shall pay to the State of
South Carolina the sum of one dollar
per ton for every ton of phosphate-rock
and phoopbatic deposits dug, mined and
removed from the said navigable rivers
and waters of the State: And, further,
That said grantees shall pay iuto the
Treasury of the State the sum of five
hundred dollars as a license fee before
commencing businees uuder snid grant.
SEC. 3. Before commencing operations
under authority of this Act, said grantees,
and their associates, shall file, or cause
to be filed, in the office of the State Au?
ditor a boud in tho peual sum of fifty
thousand dollars, conditioned that said
grantees, and their associates, shall make
true and faithful returns to said St tte
Auditor, annually, on or before tho first
day of Oetober, und oftener, if required
by the said State Auditor, of the number
of tons of phosphate rooks andifphos
pbatio deposits dug, miued and removed
by them from tho beds of tbe navigable
streams and waters of the State, and
shall punctually pay to the State Trea?
surer, annually, on the first day of Octo?
ber, one dollar per ton for every ton of
phosphate rooks and pbosphatio deposits
by them dug, mined and removed from
the beds of the navigable st-geaws and
waters of the State during tho year pre?
ceding, said bond to be renewed annu?
ally, and approved by the Attorney
General. The books of said grantees
and their associates, shall be opened to
the inspection of tho State Auditor, or
agent duly appointed by him for that
Beturned to the Senate with the objec?
tions of His Excellency the Governor,
Tuesday, March 1st, 1870.
IN THE SENATE, Maroh 1, 1870.
On the question "Shall this Aot pass
and become a low, the objections of His
Excellency tho Governor to the contrary
notwithstanding," tho yeas and nays
were ordered (in accordance with Article
3, Section 22, of tho Constitution,) the
Act passod by viva voce vote, yeas 19;
nay 5; and was ordered to be sent to the
House of Representatives.
(Signed) J. WOODBUPF,
Clerk of the Senate.
IN THE HOUSE OF BEPRESENTATTVES,
March 1, 1870.
On the question "Shall this Act pass,
the objections of His Excellency , the Go?
vernor to the contrary notwithstanding?"
tho yeas and nays were ordered, (in ao
oordaooe with Article 3, Section 22, of
the Constitution,) the Aot passed by viva
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voce rote, yeas 77: naya 24, and ordered
?Sigued) A. O. JONES.
S r^DoiiUMBLirB. C.,iJanOnry, ?870.
^h^ObarloUe, Qolurapia^rid Augusta
Railroad Company bavitig been formed
by the consolidation of tbe Obarlotte and
South Carolina and the Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, and having executed
a brat and only mortgage on its entire
property of 1U5 miles, iocludiog equip?
ment, is now redeeming all the bonds
formerly issued by said two companion
by an exchange of its first mortgage
bonds. These bonds bear seven, .pei
coot, interest, payable in January and
July, .and are amply secured by a mort
gage on property which cost. pet mile
more than -three .times the .amount of.
The present price of the stock and the
business of the road give ample guaran?
tee of tho security of the obligations for
a permanent investment. Indeed the
opinion is freely expressed, that there is
no safer bonds issued by any party or
corporation in the State,* and they are
cheerfully commended to capitalists as a
For the purpose of funding tho floating
debt of the Company, $50,01)0 of these
bonds are offered for salo to the public
ut tile Treasurer's Office in Columbia.
J16mw27 WM. JOHNSTON, Fres't.
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ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to thed^'th of shade
required. S??WTOyall druggists
Manufactured hy the
Navassa Guano Co.. Wilmington N. C.,
In Bags or Barrels.
THIS FERTILIZER is propared with the
utmost caro, aud contaius every const ii u
j ent desirable for any crop to which it may be
applied. It is especially adapted to ttiegrowtb
COTTON, CORN, CEREALS,
And all kinds of
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
It ia manufactured of the same material from
which tho celebrated
PATAPSOO OUANO Co 's PHOSPHATE
Is prepared, and reforouco is mudo to that
Company, (C5 South stroot, Balti?
more, j fur its efficiency, qua?
lity and uniformity.
It. R. BRIDGliltS. Proeident.
DONALD MACRAE, Treasurer and Secretary,
Wilmington, N. 0.
LONDON A JONES, Agents,
Jan 21 f3mo_Bock Hill. 3. C
German Cattle Powder.
FOR the eure and prevention nf al)
tl?Hoates to which Oxen, Milch
_0ows, sheep and Hoes aro subject
earuioia. Drovers and others will lind tins un
excellent Medicine, and nonouhould de without
it. It purities tho blood, carries off all groan
humors, aud thus prevents duoaso. lt im?
proves thoir aopoarunco and condition. When
cattlo sro oppressed with heat, fatigue and in
low spirits, a few doses will restore them. For
Milch Cows, it is an iovaluablo powder when
calving: it iitoroanes tho quantity and richness
of the milk and Improves their worth. To
have good cattlo, tako caro of thom. TIIJB
Powder is for salo only at tho Drug Rtoro of
. Deo 10J_FIS H EU A HK1NITMH.
THE undorsignod gives nolico that on tho
second day of May uoxt ho will apply to
the Judge of Probato of this County for a
final disohargo as Guardian of Mina CLAUDIA
D. and ADELAIDE E. HENDRIX and E. J.
SCOTT H?ND1HX. JOHN H. COUNTS.
LXXINOTION, March 22,1870. fimo
it nd o ia thu aatnt.Jracoompfinimout of old
ago, but it may bo ftuielioraiod, and tb o period
pf entire helplessness long postponed by ibo
Judicious uso of a healthful Htiinulaut. Phy
aioinoa, fully ?ware of this fact, usually recom
aiend inodora tc Blinudat ion when tl-e Btrt'itg tb
and vigor bf maturity h ?ve been suspended
by ibo. feebleness and prostration which are
tba inevitable resalta of dodi u i og ye ara. Port
wino, gin, brandy and other liquors are otton
?roacriued ny medical mon fur aged pee ous,
ut tho impulao which, fermoutud and dia
tillod liquors givo'to tho circulation, ind tho
energy they Haem to impart, ia transitory, mi?
lena tho uleoholio principio i* .modltled und
qualified by the preaeuco of medioinal topics
and iuvigoranta. Of all tho combinations, of
diffusive stimuli with the juices of herod,
roots and barks that have ever been adminis?
tered to the aged and infirm, with the view cf
sustaining their waning strength, ohcerin.fc
their drooping spirits and relieving the aehea
and pains to which they aro subjected, none
has been found so efficacious, so agreeable
and ?o permanent in ita effects aa HOSTET
TEICH STOMACH BITTER?. Tho differenco
between the effects of the Bitters and that of
a mero excitant; however poro, ia tho same aa
botween tho effect of a Budden and momen?
tary application of exneaaivo fore? to a given
pnrpoae. and the result of a steady, continu?
ous application of exactly tho requisite
amnuut of forco to tho same end. Thu mere
spirit of physical enorgy produced by a.dram,
(and which ia always succeeded hy correspond?
ing depression,) never yet bonetlttcd any.man
or woman suffering from physical decay. A
cordial liko Hostottcr'a Bitt? ra, at ouce sooth?
ing and invigorating, ia tho rem?di?t agent re
quired. _J_April 116 '
PAIN KHjl/EU.-It ia a Balm for etfery
wound. Our first physicians uso and recom?
mend its use; tho Apothecary finds it first
among tho medicines called for, and tho
wholesale Druggist considers it a leading
article iu hia trade. All tho dealersiu medicino
speak alika in its favor, and its reputation as
A Medicine of Urtat Virtue,
ia fully and permanently established. It ia
tho great FAMILY MEDICINE of the age.
TAKEN INTERNALLY, it eurea Dysentery,
Cholera, Diarrhoea, Cramp and Pain in i tho
Stomach, bowel Oom plaint. Painters' Colic,
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
tiudd m Colds, Sore Throat. Coughs, Ac. '
TAKEN EXTERNALLY, it cures Bolla,
Felons, Bruises, Cuta,. Durna, Ho?lda, old
j sores and Sprains, Swelling of. the .Joints.
1 Toothache, Fain in tho Euee, Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, Chapped Hands, Froat-bltfen
I Feet, ?tc. '
j PAIN ia supposed to bo the lot of us poor
mortals aa inevitable aa death, and liable at
any timo to como upon ua. Therefore it ia
important that remedial agents should be at
baud to be used on nmergeuoy, when we are
I made to feel tho excruciating agony of pain,
I or tho depressing influences of disease.
I Such a remedial agent exists in PEBHY
DAVIS' "PAIS KILLER." th? fame of which bas
oxt ended over all the em th. Amid tho eternal
ices of the polar regit i o, ur beneath the in?
tolerable and burning MU.o nf the tropics, ita
virtues aro known und aupreciatcd. And by
it suffering humanity has found relief from
many of ita illa. Thu effect nf the Pain Killer
upon tho patient, when taken internally, in
oaaoa of Cough, Cold, Bowe) Complaints,
Cholera, Dysentery, and otheraffctionaOf the
system, haa boon trnly wood o ful, and bas
won for it a name among medical prepara?
tions that can never bu forgotten. Ils success
in removing pain, us an external remedy, iu
caaeaof burna, Bruiaea, Sorea and Sprains,
Cuts. Klinga of Insects, Ac, and other causes
of suffering, has secured for it tho moat promi?
nent position among tho mediciuca of the
day. car beware of count erteil a and worth?
less imitations. Gill for Perry Davin' Ve ?ta?
ble Pain Killer, and iako no other.
Hold hy Druggists and Grocera. Prices,
25o , 50c, and $1 per bottle.
For aale by FISHER A HEIN1TSH, Colum?
bi*. 8. C._April 1 lljlmo
CUUE PUK (o.\sti.ui>no.\-Whut
tlie Doctors Sty.-Amoa Woolley, M D., of
Koaciuako County, Indiana, eaya: "For three
years paat, I havo used ALLEN'S LUNG BAL?
SAM extensively, in my practice, and I am
satisfied there is no better medicino for lung
diseases in USO."
Isaac A. Doran, M. D., of Logan County,
Ohio, Bays: "ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM not
onl> sella rapidly, but gives perfect satisfac?
tion in every caso within my knowledge. Hav?
ing confidence in it and knowing that it pos?
sesses valuable medicinal properties. I freely
uso it in my daily pi acuco and with unbound?
ed success. Aa au expectorant, it ia moat cer?
tainly far ahead uf any preparation I have
ever yet known."
Nathaniel Harria, M. D., of Middlebury,
Vermont, Baya: I have no doubt it will soon
become a. classical remedial agent for tho euro
of all diaeaaes of tho Throat, Bronc ni al luhea
und tho Lunga.
Physicians do not recommend a medicino
which baa no merita, what they say about AL?
LEN'S LUNG BALSAM, can ho taken as a
fact. Let all H Abeted n at it at once.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
I Sold by FISHER A. HLINITSH,
April 1 }||lmo Columbia. 8. C.
5 g g (3 (3 ? $ ? (3 fi fi fi fi fi
To tim Working Claas-Wo are now pre?
pared tn furnish all classea with constant em?
ployment at homo, thu whole of tho timo or
for the aparo momenta. Business new, light
and profitable. Peraons of either sex eaaily
earn from Silo, to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum hy devoting theirtwhole timo to
the business. Boya and girla oarn nearly aa
much asmen. That all who ace t is notice
may send their add rem, and teat tho business,
wo make thia unparalleled offer: To ench as
aro not well satisfied, we will aond $1 to pay
for tho trouble of writing Full particulars,
a valuable sample, which will do to commence
work on. and a copy ot 77ie People's Literary
Companion-ono of tho largeat and beat fami?
ly newspapers published-all sent freo hy mail.
Reader, if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. 0. ALLEN A CO.. Angosta,
Maiuo._March 10 ||13uio
MANHOOD AND WOMANHOOD-KB
SAYS FOR YOUNG MEN, on the passional
attraction of the sexes, and tho happiness of
TnoK MAMUAOK, when perfect manhood and
perfect womanhood unite to consecrate tho
union. Heur free, in coaled envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Phi?
ladelphia, Pu._'... ' f| ,' Jan 30 Orn?
Pure Dixon Cotton Seed.
WE OFFER for salo bushels Dickson
Cotton Sued, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickaon, Oxford (la., last
spring, and which w?a selected hy him for his
own Uso. Notwithstanding tho unprece?
dented dry Hoaaon, we gathered from 1,600 to
2 500 pounds to tho auro-making twenty-six
balea to ono mule. Price $3.00 per bushel.
OxFonn, Qa., November 4, 18T>9.
I do certify that I sold tn Mesara. Richard
O'Neal" A Hon, of Columbia, H. C., eomo of my
choice improved Cotton Hoed, for planting
purpoaea. They proposed to soil a portion of
what thoy raiaed. Plan*ors purchasing tho
Sood thoy raiso mav ri ly upon getting thc
genuino Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's Agents hero, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Prico $5 00 from ono to five bushels, or $1 00
for five and upwards.
Feb 16 wf RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.