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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday Morning, September 2,* 1870.
The Sumter Demonstration*
Wo learn that tko mass meeting at
Sumter Oonrt House, on the Slat ult.,
was a great success. The crowd wrns
immense, and Messrs. Carpenter, Butler
and Kershaw spoke with marked effect.
Judge Platt advises Governor Scott
not to engage in the canvass-for he
might be shot down ! As, for instance,
at some public meeting in Edgefield !
The best thing that Governor Scott
could do for Reform would bo to "speak
in publio on the stage."
We should advocate tho hanging of
any man, or boy, or woman who should
undertake to close his utterances. Oh!
that "mino adversary would make a
The War In Knrope.
Our readers will find interesting news
in our telegraphic columns from the seat
of war. It seems that heavy reverses
have again befallen the arms of France.
As we suggested, McMahon, marching
to the relief of Bazaine, came across
that Prussian wedge that had forced
itself np to the Belgian frontier and pre?
sented u sharp edge on tho one side to
Bazaine at Metz, and on the other to the
advancing French under McMahon.
ii appears that tho fight took place near
Montmedy, and the French are said to
have been thrown back upon Sedan and
Again the desperate' Taler of the
French army has been unavailing against
the superior numbers and the equal valor
of tho German army.
It is reported that Bazaine had a fight
also, but it seems that he and McMahon
failed to act in unison. Wo think it
evident that the German army is numer?
ous enough to hold Bazaine nt Metz,
and at the same time to outnumber
McMahon. The victory is with the
Thc niauafnctarcr by thu S UL of thc
It was Gen. Jackson, says the Atlanta
Intelligencer, who said that "to plant the
manufacturer by the side of the farmer
is the true and sure way to iucrenso the
recompense of the husbandman's toil;
oven though his metals, his implements,
his wares, and his fabrics, should cost
him more money undera protective poli?
cy than under free trade, he would nev?
ertheless pay for them with less of pro?
duce or labor, and in the operation gain
the large benefit of greater diversity of
interests in the community."
And it will not bo long before tho mau
ufacturer will be planted by tho side of
the farmer of the South-the manufac?
turer of cotton by the grower of that
great Southern staple. And then what
will become of the Lowells of the North
aud East? In competition with the
Southern manufacturer they must signal?
ly faii. We may not live to seo it, but
the time will surely come when the man?
ufacturer "planted" by the side of the
cotton grower, will reap a harvest which
New Euglaud may well envy. She will
thou sorrow for tho policy which she has
pursued toward tho South, and which
will wrest from her the prosperity which
she has enjoyed nt the enpeuse of thc
The Richmond Dispatclt says:
Wo refused to publish the Abingdon
Virginian correspondent's story about
tho 3,000 Confederate prisoners on the
Dry Tortugas, becauso wo know it must
be a lie. "A Lieutenant" writes to the
Now York Herald that tho islaud is occu?
pied by four companies of the Third
United States artillery and about forty
prisoners. These are its sole inhabit?
ants, if wo except tho lighthouse keeper
and family. Ho says the story printed
the other day from tho Abingdon Vir?
ginian is hardly worth refutation.
DEATH OF A STRANGER IN THE WOODS.
The Macon Telegraph reports that an un?
known whito man was found in a dying
condition on Suuduy last, in the Rut?
land district of Bibb County. Tho negro
who found tho dying man hurried for
medical aid, but beforo assistance arrived,
ho died, as decided by a jury of inquest,
of congestive chill. Ou inquiry, it was
ascertained that a gentleman residing in
tho neighborhood had written a lotter
for deceased a few days beforo, and that
ho gave his name as Johu J. Mclunis,
and that the lotter was addressed to n
Mr. Mclunis, in South Carolina, and
was an appeal for help on thc part of de?
FROM COIAJEOE TO CAMP.-All tho col?
leges, universities and schools in Ger?
many, hovo boen closod by the war.
Tho 2,000 students of Berlin, 1,500 of
Heildelburg and 1,000 of Bonn, having
had tho "young idea" taught "how to
shoot," have all gouo off to practice with
tho needle-gun. Universities have been
motamophosed into hospitals, and their
professors find their occupation gone
completely. Tho cannon's mouth is the
only ono prepared to mako appropriate
utterauoos in that quarter at present. It
would puzzle that mouth, however,
Deutsch nt sprechen.
MK. EDITOR: PAUL SIMS, from the
hallowed precincts of Gadsden, iu "A
Card to the Republicana of Riohland
County," in yesterday's PnastaXi with?
draws his name from a ticket for County
officers, on which he says it was placed
unauthorizedly. "Haviug voted," says
Paul, "for the candidates upon tho
regular ticket, every consideration of
good faith leads mo (Paul) to give my
earnest support to their election." Not
conteut with this withdrawal, however,
ho volunteers tho advico to "Republi?
cans to beware of meu, who, under tho
guise of independent Republicans, are
doing all in their powor to defeat the
Explanatory of this it may be re?
marked that a few days since u number
of Republicans, designated by "Paul"
and his bretherou as "bolters," disgust?
ed with tho arroganco and trickery of
the office-holding oligarchy of this
County, nomiunted an independent
ticket, composed of names, which for
honesty, intelligence aud true Republi?
can principles, will compare most favora?
bly with that which Paul calls the regular
ticket. This, iu my further commenta?
ries on his epistle, I iuteud to show is a
regular political fraud upon Republicans,
without n shadow of authority or counte?
nance from tho regularly constituted au?
thorities of the Republican party, but
concooted and consummated in, despite
of tb ir instructions, and engineered
and m^1 ?[."' vted mainly hy those whose
own name were placed on the ticket;
JUDGE ORR AND THE ANDERSON INTEL?
LIGENCER.-We find the following para?
graph in the Daily Republican of last
"Ex-Gov?sruor Orr being absent in
Now York, tho Auderson Intelligencer
feels it safe to pounce upon his letter
pretty sharply. But suppose Governor
Orr should return suddenly and speak
the name of a certain railroad in tho
ears of the startled editor! Whut then?"
Wo havo only a brief reply to make at
this time to the Republican, us Judge Ori?
llas not yet returned from New York, so
far os wo aro informed, and a full and
explicit response might concern him
1. As to the absoueo of Judge Orr
when tho comments upon his letter ap?
peared in our columns, wo desire to say
that it will afford us pleasure, if Judge
Orr wishes to read our estimato of his
political course upou his return home, to
furnish bim a 3opy, gratis.
2. If tho Charleston Daily Republican,
Judge Orr. or any ono else, wishes to
discuss railroad matters, wo aro ready
for them. It would gratify us to show
how we were misled and deceived iuto a
support of the proposition to transfer
thc Greenville and Columbia Railroad
stock from its origiunl owners into the
hands of a certaiu Riug. Judge Orr's
connection with that transaction has not
been fully ventilated, aud if it is desira?
ble on his part, or that of his new politi?
cal bed-fellows, to attack the editor of
this paper for auy supposed complicity
in tho scheme to obtain control of that
stock, we wish it distinctly understood
that they are entirely welcome to begin
"Lay on Hacduff;
And damu'd be ho who tir?t crien, Hold,
FIRST TRAIN OVER THE CHARLOTTE, CO
LCMRIA AND AnhcSTA RAILROAD BRIDGE.
Yesterday, nt -? o'clock p. m., the first
train passed over the Charlotte, Colum?
bia and Augusta Railroad bridge. A
large number of citizens boarded the
traiu at the intersection of Broad street.
As soon as the traiu was well on the
bridge, a young lady on board broke a
bottle of Heidsic wine, scattering the
contents on the bridge, as a christening.
Champagne flowed freely, and nil tho
excursionists returned highly pleased.
The members of tho City Council then
took passage, and crossed tho bridge by
special invitation, and partook freely of
tho refreshments provided for tho occa?
sion.-Augusta Citron ide and Sentinel.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE FAIR.
The arrangements for tho tenth annual
fair of the South Carolina Institute aro
rapidly progressing, and it promises to
bo a grand eveut iu tho history of
Charleston, lt is iuteuded that it shall
not be surpassed, either iu the variety
of articles exhibited, tho character of the
entertainments, orin tho number of visi?
tors. Tho directors of t ho Institute aro
determined that tho world shall see that
Charleston is neithor dead nor sleeping,
but eau, does, and always will, take part
in the progress of tho age.
EX-PRESIDENT JOHNSON.-A corres?
pondent of the Nashville Union and
"1 was in Greenville, on election day,
aud saw Ex-President Johnson vote tho
Conservative tiekot. It is a mistake to
suppose his health is bad. Ho is in fine
health and spirits, lie stopped on the
streets and talked with his frieuds in a
quiet, farmer like manner, aud seems to
bo very popular with all classes of peo?
ple. Ile is pressed to allow his name to
bo used for Congress, but ho has refused
up to this timo. It is believed ho could
be easily elected."
Those were prophetic words which
Bismarck uttered to tho British Ambas?
sador at Berliu, just before hostilities
woro commenced, when tho envoy of
Victoria was tryiug to intervene between
the belligerents. "France," said Bis?
marck, "has fastened this quarrel upon
us; but we feel that Prussia is entirely
competent to cope with France in tho
Au Albany girl suicidod because au
other girl wouldn't marry her brother.
Good Stables aud Ostlers on tho pre?
mises of EXCAIINOE HOUSE.
Miss Hol?n Taylor, who is impractica?
bly described by a Cincinnati paper as
"a daughter-in-law of John Stuart Mill,"
writes against fox hunting from a fiocio
ty-for-the-pievention-of - oruelty - to- ani?
mals point of view.
-' A fino lot of Brandy Peaches, domes
tic, to be had at POLLOCK'S,
They hove a woman in Beloit, "Wis.,
who thinks nothing of drinking a gill of
laudanum at a swallow.
Ciuciunati Lager, to be had at POL?
Mlle. Dejarct, at tho ugo of oighty, is
still playing young parts on the Fronoh
Okra Soup free, every day, ut POL?
Fanny Fern has about made up hor
mind to drop her pen nfter this year.
THE SHIVERING SEASON.-Tho loss to tho
laboring classes of tho United Statea caused
by fever and aguo, baa boen estimated at up?
wards of two millions of dollars per annum.
Whole settlcmouts aro sometimes prostrated
by tho disease, and it is regarded in somu lo?
calities, as ono of those visitations of provi?
dence which cannot bo avoided. Tins is a
mistake As certainly as any of tho evils
which aro invited by" neglect may bo fore?
stalled by precaution-so certaiuly may an
attack of intormittont (or remittent) fever bo
Sroveutcd by invigorating tho systotn with
[ostottor's Stomach Hitters, in advance of
tho season, at which this malady prevails.
Prevention, it is uoodlesa to say, is the wisost
policy; but it is consoling to know that where
time has not been thus taken by the forelock,
and the paroxysms have actually commenced,
a completo euro may, io all cases, bo rapidly
eflectod by tho usc of this powerful vegetable
tonic. Tho reputation of tho bitters as a spe?
cific for dyspepsia, liver complaint, constipa?
tion and nervous debility, lias in Bom? mea?
sure thrown into tho shade its merits aa a
preventive and cure of other ailmoute, but all
who havo ever takon it, oithei UH a protection
against or a romedy for malarious fevers, will
admit that it surpasses in efficiency all the
so-called specitics, including quinine, usually
prescribed for thean maladies, while it is at
the same timo entirely harmless and decided?
ly palatable. _ 8ept 2 ttl
Richland Volunteer Rifle Company.
YOU aro ordored to attend a meeting of
your Company, THIS [Friday] EVEN?
ING, at Soegcrs' Hall, at 8 o'clock. Every
mcmbor must bo prompt. By order of
CAPT. A. C. HASKELL.
J. H. DIBP.KER, Scct'y. pro lcm Sept 2 1
ALL persons having claims against tho
estate of THOMAS C. THAPP, deceased,
aro hereby notified to present them duly
proven, on or bet?re the Hist day of October,
or thev will bo debarred payment.
J. M. HUMPHREY,
Sept 2 timo* Administrator.
Board of Trade.
THE annual meeting of THE COLUMBIA
HOARD OF TRADE will beheld at the
Palmetto Hall, THIS FRIDAY EVENING, at
half-past 7 o'clock. The election of officers
for Bustling year and other business of impor?
tance will bc brought to the attention of the
Board. E. H. HBINITSH,
Sept 2 Secretary.
MAGIC POWDER for cleaning Gold, Silver,
Ac, ten cents per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver, Gold, Ao.,
ten centB nor paper.
Bath Brick for cleauing Cutlery, Ac.
Just received and for sale bv
Sept 2_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COUVANTSOOPS, N. C., August 29, 1870.
-j?3H3 ON and aftor THURS
,_?^DAY, September 1, 1870,
traius will be run ovor this Road in accordanco
with tho following time-table:
Trains East. TrainB West.
AUIIIVK. LEAVE. AnillVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 7.00 p m 7.40 a m
Salisbury.9.3-1 p m 9.39 p m 5.00 a m 5.05 a tn
Greoneb'ol2 ?10a m 1.15 a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2 :il*> a m 3 00 a m 10.49 p m 11.25 p m
Hillsboro' 4.13 a m 4.15 a m 9.33 p m 0.35 p ni
Raleigh.. .0.32 a m 7.00 a ta tl.58 p m 7.15 p m
?oldsboro 10.50 a m 3.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.30 p. m., and arrives at
6.30 a. m. W. H. GREEN, Mas. Trans.
THE Next Term of the Sub?
scriber's SCHOOL will commeuco
Eon WEDNESDAY, September 14,
tand continua ilvo months, till 14th
February, 1S71. Thorough instruc?
tion will bo imparted in all tho
branches pertaining to a complete English
course, in Ancient and Modern Languages,
tho Higher Mathematics and Physical Scien?
ces, Vocal and Instrumental Music.
A competent Assistant will bo employed for
the younger pupils, who will bo received from
six tb eight years of age, at reducod pri?es.
Singing will be taught to tho whole school,
without extra charge.
Monthly payments required.
For further'particulars apply at corner of
Pickens and Camden streets.
Sept 1-fmw_W. MULLER.
CASKS TABLE CLARET, for aalo low,
for cash, by_GEO. SYMMERS.
fr BUSHELS PRIME SEED RYE, for salo
Cid Ci LIiS' CAROLINA INDIGO, of snpo
?\)\J rior qualitv, for sale by
August 23_EDWARD HOPE. _
1?\?\f\ BUSHELS Prime Heavv OATS
.1 JV JU tor sate low by
_Augl0_ EDWARD HOPE.
*_JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
Vc^v^jSS 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
Foi sale by GEORGE SYMMERS.
AMAN to tako charge of Machinery for
the manufacturo of Doors, Sash, Blinds,
kc. To a sober, competent porson, good
wages and constant cmplovmonl will bo givon.
Apply to JAMES M. ALLEN,
Augj?3_Columbia, S. C.
THREE months from dato, application will
be m ado to tho Columbia Bridge Compa?
ny for renowal of Scrip No.-, for forty
jevon amt a half Shires in said Company,
?(landing in tho name of Dr. Thomas Wells
thc original having been lost in transmission
by mail. C. II. BALDWIN, Attorney.
June 2 3aio
COD LIVER OIL and Pancreatic, Cod
Liver Oil with Hvpophosphitos. Elixir of
Gentian and Iron, Wino of Wild Cherry for
ratod, Wino of Pepsin, puro Powder of Pepsin,
Blixir of Barks, Iron and Bismuth, Elixir of
Pepsin, Paucrcatino and Bismuth. These
peparationa aro worthy the attention of inva?
lids. For salo by HEINITSH,
Aug 12f Druggist and Apothecary,
Iiooal X t o m & -
PHONIXIANA.-Our readers will not
forget tho barbeauo and mass meeting
at the Ridge on Saturday next. Extra
train will leave at 7 A. M. See notice of
The London Punch says: "Wo have
skeleton regiments which wo must imme?
diately convert into flesh and blood.
Tho French and Germans possess flesh
and blood regimonts which aro reducing
eaob other to skeletons."
Forney says you can tell a Democratic
member of Cougress, when you nieot
him, by his having his hands iu his
pocket. We presume a Radical may bo
known by his having his hands iu some?
body else's pockot, or up to tho elbow in
tho national coffers.
Ayouuglndy being asked whore was
hor nativo place, auswered: "I have
uouo. I nm tho daughter of n Metho?
The little vexations and minor mise?
ries of life can ouly be mot with pationco
and philosophy. They can't be "put
down" like an insurrection, nor expelled
like a had church member. The best
that can be done with thom is to pay as
little attention to them as possible, aud
not to double their power by fretting
ovor thom. As tho immortal Shakspeare
says (wo don't remember exactly where) :
"For every evil undor the sun
There is a remedy, or there's none;
If there is a remedy try aud find it;
If there isn't-never mind it."
The National Guard who mounted
guard lately at the door ot tho Legisla?
tive body at Paris tried to presout arms
to Marshal Barnguay d'Hilliers, but did
not know how to do it.
"Ah," said tho Marshal, approaching
him, and spcakiug iu the most amica
blo tono of voice, "you havo not done
much drill yet." At tho same time he
taught the sentry the salute, and when
tho latter was iu position, presenting
arms, Baraguay d'Hillers drow back a
step and acknowledged it by taking oil
his hat. Thou drawing nearer, ho asked
the mau how long he had been at
"Ma foi! Marshal," ho replied, "that
is thc first lessen I have received."
Tho Marshal went away smiling, whilst
tho others congratulated their comrade,
who had had a Marshal of France for hii
Thc Tribune, of Thursday, says its
despatch giving an account of the battle
of Gravolotte, fought on tho 18th im
slant, cost 82,280 iu gold, for tho mere
transmission from London to New York
besides tho cost of a special courier from
the battle field through Alsace, Rhenish
Prussia and Belgium to London, aud thc
pay of tho correspondent himself.
Tho Queen of Prussia had sent the
following telegram to Gen. Herwarth de
Bi tl enfield: In tho joyful and gratefa!
emotion I feel ot the victories of oui
armies, I send you to-day two gold
medals, ono for the author and ono foi
tho composer of the song, "Die Wachi
am Rhoiu," in which tho passionate pa?
triotism of our citizsus aud soldiers has
so admirably found expression, aud
which has becomo a real national soug ol
Germany." On tho faceof tho medals ?
the bust of tho King, and on tho reverse
tho figures 1870, surrounded by a lau?
A French paper says that it is intended
to supply several vessels of tho fleel
with an apparatus intended to light oj
tho lino of horizon in dull weather, oi
any point of tho sea coast at which il
may bo expedient to disembark at night.
This apparatus, placed in tho fore pari
of tho ship, is composed of au electric
light and a powerful reflector. The
light is produced by tho combustion ol
two cones of coal, ia communication
with a magneto-electric machino. Thi?
is itself put in motion by a small steam
ongiuo connected with the ship's engines.
Tho reflector on Fresnel's system ii
aualogous to that employed in light
houses. This apparatus possesses sud
great illuminating powers that, whor
directed upon a point of any coast, it ii
clearly visible at a distance of aboni
two miles, without its hoing possible foi
the enemy ou tho coast to distingu?s!
tho ship bearing tho light.
Some days ago, says tho Loudoi
Echo, Marshal Bazaine .had gatboret
together at his dinner table at Motz tin
mombers of his family, of whom severa
aro in tho army. Thcyjwero waitcc
upon by a servant of remarkably gooe
appearance aud mauner; so good, in
deed, that tho Marshal's wife was strncl
with it, and expressed hor astonishmen
on leaving the table. Tho Marshal a
first laughed at his wife's remarles
assuring her that tho sorvant was not i
graud signour in disguise, but a valet d
chambre. Nevertheless, tho Marshal'
wife insisted so strongly, that the hand
8omo looking sorvant was arrested. II
turned ont to bo a Prussian officer.
Red Cloud is a peace-maker amoug th
Western Iudiaus. Red Cloud, thorc
foro, should bo treated handsomely by
The Richland Volunteer Rifle Com?
pany meet to-night at Secgers' Hall, on
Main street, near the PHONTX oilice.
?A gentleman paid a pretty compliment
to a beautiful Germau lady at Newport
by telling her she resembled tho Prussian
army. "How so?'' sho asked. "You
are winning," was tho roply.
General John A. Dix owns a 3,000 acre
farm In Shelby County, low?; William
H. Steward owns a still bigger farm in
Hamilton County, and Horatio Seymour
has a good many forty and eighty acre
spots up and along the Valioy of tho Des
i Thero are now two lines of radicalism
iu Richland-Tho JVcis/i aud Ibo Pickett
line. Gov. Scott eau put hi meei f again
ou tho "Picket Hue." Will ho do il?
Wo acknowledge tho receipt of a new
"specimeu cut book," from tho popular
typo foundry of James Conner's Sous,
For a cough, roast a Iemou very
carefully, without burning it. When il
is thoroughly hot, cut aud squeeze il
into a cup upon three ounces of sugar,
finely powdered. Take a spoonful when
evor your cough troubles you. It is af
good as it is agreeable to the taste.
Rarely has it been known to fail to give
We leorn that Messrs. Richards A- Phi
mer aro engaged upon n new gas ma
chine, tho merits of which wo shall dis
cuss at some future time.
The now ice made by Mr. Seegers i
said to melt less fast than the importe*
article. This is a valuuble feature.
In the vicinity of Columbia aud withii
our corporato limits aro to bo seen som
of tho finest cotton in the country. Ou
amateur cottou planters are fast becom
The firemen woro out yesterday ti
attend officially the burial of Mr. E. B
Smith, an oOicer of tho Independent.
Tho following appointments have bee
mado for Judgo Carpenter and Goner:
Ridge, Edgefleld County, Saturday
Darlington C. H,, September 5.
Chesterfield G. H., September 7.
Bennettsville, Friday, September 9.
Florence, Saturday, September 10.
Marion G. H., MofJday, September li
Kingstreo, Wednesday, September h
Midway Church, Thursday, Sept. 1!
Manning, Friday, September 16.
Liberty Hill, Saturday, Sept. 17.
Orangeburg C. H., Septembor 19.
Barnwell G. H., September 21.
Walterboro, Golleton, September 23.
White Hall, Golleton, September 24.
Beaufort, Monday, Septomber 26.
POST OFFICE HODRS.-Northern mo
opens 4.30 P. M.; closes ll A. M.
Charleston, opens 4.30 P.M.; clos
5.30 A. M.
Greenville, opens 4 30 P. M. ; clos
5.30 A. M.
Western, opens 12.30 P. M.; clos
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A. M
closes 6 P. M.
Office open Sundays from half-pa
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
- ? ?_
The August number of tho Americi
Sunda;/ Sdtool Worker, published
St. Louis, at ??t.50 a year, contains vcr
good original and selected articles fi
parents and Sunday School teacbe
and officers, aud a popular and excelle!
lesson for the Sabbath School, for cac
Sabbath, with two pages of matter
aid tho teacher on each lesson. Tl
publisher of this magazine, J. W. Mel
tyre, offers to send specimen copies
tho magazine and lesson paper, witho
charge, to auy address.
BTJAKK .BOOK MANUFACTORY.-"LA
HUT NOT LEAST."-Among tho instanc
of local enterprise in our city, we shoo
not omit to mention tho blank boi
manufactory of our working townsmi
Mr. E. R. Stokes. This kind of man
facturing, which Mr. Stokes carries i
in connection with his book bindery,
conducted on a largo scalo, and iu t
most approved style. No ono should
beyond Columbia for his blank boo
which, good and cheap, Mr. Stokes c
NATIVE INGENUITY.-We saw, ou y
tcrday, at Glaze's jewelry ostablishmei
anew aud improved calendar clock. Tl
is tho invention of Mr. Frank Burro*
who is associated with Mr. Glu/.o in I
sine8s. Tho clock is characterized
its simplo machinery, aud possesses so<
ral now features creditable to tho n
chanical talents of Mr. Burrows.* "\
learn that application will bo mado fo
A NEW PAPE?- "TEMP?RANCE AD1
OATE."-Wo havo received No. 1 of I
Temperance Advocate, a monthly pa]
dovoted to tho advancement of tho cai
of tempor?neo, and published by 5
John A. Elkins. Tho object which t
journal has in view is certainly a m
laudablo one, and we wish it thc nrnpl
success. Price thirty cents per annu
The Rural Carolinian for September,
coutaius a handsome aud well merited
notice of tho late Prof. William Hume,
Thc Chester Reporter records tho death
of Dr. Jobu Douglass, of that County.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, September 1.-Nick
erson ?louse.-James Wilhelm, Louis?
ville, Ky.; William Johnston, A. G.
Bonungor and wife, Charlotte; S. F.
Houston, Augusta; D. T. Ward, Raleigh
and Gaston Railroad; F. A. Babcock,
J. M. Mackay, New York; R. J. Donald?
son, Cbcraw; H. Hiss, Baltimore; W. T.
J. ?. Woodward, Charleston; F. H.
Columbia Hotel.-V. J. Walsh, W. Dud?
ley, Charleston; Glenton Hanfman, L.
Y. Sutherland, New York; A. Ii. Knowl?
ton, Fort Motte; ?S. H. Cohen, W. A.
Bradley, Augusta; W. H. Wbitlork,
Richland; R. Wilson, Richmond; Mrs.
Miles, Charleston; J. H. Rion, Winus
boro; W. J. Gary, EdgeQeld.
LIST or NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
J. M. Humphrey-Estate Notice.
E. H. Heiuitsh-Board of Trade.
Richlaud Volunteer Rifle Company.
J. vt T. R. Agnew-Polishing Powders.
W. Muller-Femalo Semiuary.
W. H. Green-Change of Schedule.
IF ir is THROWN is VOUH TEETH that you
do not keep your dental appartus in proper
trim, it is your own fault, for all tho world
knows thai you might do BO by using tho
matchless vegetable dontritico SOZODONT.
"SPALUINO'S GI.CE." - Cheap, Convenient
? and Useful. Monds everything. A28 |3
Ax INDELIBLE BLEMISH.-Nothing will ro
storc tho skin of tho hoad to its original fair?
ness, after it has been turned of a coppor col.
or with hair dyoa. But nono of them will pro?
duce the rich natural hair shades brought out
by tho use of FHA LON'S VITALIA, on SALVATION
ron TUI; HAIB, a proparatiou clear and trans?
parent, and which does not stain tho skin.
Sold by all tho druggists and laney goods
dealers. ?2S |3
Tm: attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield ft
Co., in another column. They are undoubt?
edly selling the best remedies out for the
diseases they aro recommended for. Bn.vn
FT ELD'S FEMALE KKOCLATOK and Dr. PIIUPIIITT'S
CELBIIBATED LiVEU MEDICINE, has certainly
cured moro afflicted persons than any two
medicines of their agc. Try thom and bc
well, a-j these geutlciiu u guarantee satiable
Hon or money refunded. A 7
Unless thc food, after passing into tho sto?
mach, is thoroughly digested, both body and
mind sillier. The digestive organs aro op?
pressed, the bowels constipated or irregular,
tho brain lethargic, tho nervous system unna?
turally sensitive, tho animal spirit depressed
and tho pulse unequal, heart-burn, flatulency
and sick headache arc also somo of t he results
of indigestion. Therefore, how necessary
must it appear to tho candid reader that the
digestive organs should ho kept in proper
tone to perform tho functions nature requires
of them. For thia purpose, no hotter or moro
palatable preparation is in existence than
LIPPMAX'S ? a EAT GERMAN BITTEIIS. A2112
A BEAUTIFUL TnovouT.-It may be truth?
fully said that the groateat of all blessings ia
health, for without it tho joys vouchsafed are
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
for life's enjoyment and. pursuits, to the
young and old, to the rich and poor. Are you
in search of woalth? Health ia uecoeaary.
Do you desire office and worldly honors
Of what avail would these bo without health?
Tho beauties of spring, tho song of birds, thc
deop blue sky, tho rolling ocean, all have a
noetic fascinatiou which charma only tho
healthy in mind and body; bnt to tho sick
what aro those but mockorioB. Tho body dis
eased, tho mind aickly o'er with tho Baddest
of thoughts. Oh! that I may live to appre?
ciate tho blessings of health. Thin rich boon
is within tho reach of all. Thc remedy at hand
in HEINITSB'SQUEEN'S DF.LIOHT, the health pa
nacoa. Now is tho timo to trv it. A 2
Valuable Land for Sale.
IWILL soil, on MONDAY, thc 3d day of Oc?
tober noxt, at tho Court House, in Bre?
vard, North Carolina, ono largo PLANTA?
TION, lying on the French Broad Bivor, in
Transylvania County, flvo milos North-eaBt of
the town of Brevard, known aB tho YYABD
FARM, containing 41)0 acres, moro or leas,
240 acres of which id river bottom, and upon
which is situated a large and magnificent
dwelling house, with all other necessary build?
TERMS OF SALE- One-third cash, tho other
two-thirds ono and two years credit. Title
retained until tho purchase moue)' is paid. If
necessary, the land will be lotted on day of
salp to suit purchasers. For further informa?
tion, apply to the subscriber at Brevard, N.
C. ' F. O. WHITMIHE, Ad'or.,
With Will annexed, of Joshua Ward, deceased.
Aug 12_ fl
Charlotte Female Institute,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
THE Eighteenth Annual See6ior.
of this Institution commences tho
i&30th of September, and continues
fc?until 30th of Juno, 1871. Au ac?
complished corps of Teachers has
beeu emplovcd ill all branches
usually taught in lirst class Female Semina?
For Circular and Catalogue, containing foll
particulars as to terms, fte., address
REV. lt. BUItWELL ft SON,
Charlotte, N. C.
REFERENCES-Bov. Wm. S. riumor, D.D.,
Columbia, S. C.; Rev. J. B. Adger, D. D., Co?
lumbia, S. C.: Col. Wm. Johnston, Charlotte,
N. 0._Aug 5 flO
Pepsin and Pancreatine Preparations.
WE take pleasure in calling the attention
of Physicians to a class of medicinal
preparations but recently introduced, and
which from the results already obtained, will
soon become recognized romodies. Pepsin
digests tho moro solid portions of food, and
Pancreatine tho oily and fatty substances.
Persons, therefore, with weak digestions, in?
fanta with deranged stomachs, have a safe and
sure roniody, Books for distribution at the
store of ' E. H. HEINITSH,
Aug 12t Druggist and Apothecary.
HAVING assumed tho administration of the
ostato of tho late John Caldwell, under
his will appointing us as his executors, all per?
sons having demands against the testator will
present them at once, duly proven, to our at?
torneys, Messrs. Carroll ft Melton, Columbia,
S. C. '
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
tho testator will make pay mont, without de?
lay, to the undersigned.
T. J. ROBERTSON, I Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, ) Executors.
Cheese! Cheese! !
f BOXES choice cutting CHEESE, just
p) received and for salo hy
Aug:U J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Genuino Baker Bitters, to be had nt