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. Frilay "lorrrjj^f, June,^, 1871.
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ProgrcB? In- the Science of Ouv|r?jm?nt
?n l*?nnqyiy*nja. -'^X
Tbe^Len^atur^f pei^l^uhri has
passed on8!Aoi:^^dtoB?-'^pjf?wf? of
camala tiTA-K'ljhii:lto VaU\ tt?fr^1?4 oooo
eil or munia^pai^
State. Peousfclvonuv ,h^^thaa.''moved
on. Ia 1872, ac'oardiug^d tbe^how Con?
stitution pf Illiao?B/tE? aame system of
votiqg.is to bo applied to tho o loci top Of/
m o cabers of tho lower Loase, - Brit itt
Pennsylvania the new system applies.
.- foHj^ritli to all jnfi ''boroughs*' iii; that
. State..- As our, readers aro aware, tho
?amnlatpyA, system of, votfpg w^'^rst;
iried J??roh -i, 1870,. ander, a spec?ei A?b
at .B^^Oaij?huj'?, ex-Senat?r Buoka??wY
home.. It wprked so well tbere that.it
bas been! eJxtended^tbroagh?ut tho Stat?.
. ytax ;TksXi FX?NOH.- The RepublJ-,
ean? pf Frauoo, though professedly de?
voted ko popular goverocaoo't are ex?
ceedingly afraid of fthe peopled A Kew
York journal, by way of illustrating tho
hoatflityof the Tbi^js government -to a
piebieciium-or voto of the peopLo npou
the form of .institdlibne tliey .p'r?fer-r
Baye: liFlebisci(es bavo a disagreeable
way Of turning tho Bonapartes 'right
si do u p wi th care. ' '1 There is, uudoubt
ed ly, muoh ia thia. While Napoleon
bas bia onomieo, and bitter ones, there
is no'doubt bat that ho coald to-day
command a larger voto for ruler of
Fwpe'thaa any ether .Frenchman.
.moa r." ". ' , 'w ? ?rfw .i
STAI?FHO ESjr?h??^a.-^Se vera! changes,
to go ' into 'effoot on tho first af Jblyv
have b.ee? mado in the. printing and dis?
tributing-of stampod envelopes by thc
Post. O id co Department. Heres ftoi
sp?cial devices and the address of: cur
reap on den ip will not bo. printed und ci
any circamstanoes whatever..-?The print
in g of carda and ruques ta aproes thoeui
bas been discontinued. tia futura* thej
?will bo printed on''Ibo uppor loft bane
corner: only. Business avocations o;
employments will bo excluded fron
oards and requests. Tho name ot th-;
wr??er only should hie given, without uaj
roforenoo to bia occupation. Garde arie
requests-mast be limited to the fo?lowiof
matter, or BO mach thereof. as may bi
desired, to wit:
1. The name of . the writer, whothe;
iudividuQl, firm, .-company or corpora
tioo. . 2. The post office address, ia
clading i number and, name of ptreot
name of oity or town, County and State
8. A request to reta ru if not deliverei
within a given or blank number of days
The ' Occupation of the, Writer, as "mex
chant," "olaim agent," "attorney a
law," "dealer in .dry gp ods, groceries,'
&o., Ac, must' be rigidly excluded
? This prohibition does pot, however, ap
ply to oases in .which an employnien
may be indicated by a corporate?uamo
or by the usual style of an individua
firm or"association, as "Baltimore am
OUio*; Railroad," "Treasurer's Qffio
Wilmington .Water, Works?", "Johl
- ?mith'B Banking House," "Wasbingtoi
Lime and Cement Company)" whio!
may be printed as the name'of th
writer; bat the name ol any. indi vid ut
will not be printed* apart from and i
addition to snob recognized business ap
pellatiou. There bas also been a no
schedule of prices for stamped envc
lopes issued, which will go iuto effect o
the first of July, which makes an h
orease of about forty couts on a pa cling
THE HONOKADLE BIGAMIST.-A Norti
ern exchange thus comments on the r<
cont conviction of Hon. 0. C. Bowel
, M. O ':
A stranger, whoso knowledge of ou
politics was confined.to auch informatio
as might be gleaned from Republics
papers, would naturally infer that tb
Hon. Mr. Bowen io a "secessionist,"
"rebel," and a "disloyalist." He wool
not dream that he belonged to the part
of "great moral ideas,"and was a worth
and by nb mc SOB singular leader of thi
party ia South Carolina. Bat such ;
the melancholy fact. He is very lil
the Rev. ?Zr. Whitemore, the oadetahl
btokor, mid Republican member ol Coi
gress' He differs' Very* little' xrb'nTtt
three prominent nie milora of that pari
recently sent to thV-State'Prison f<
three years, for stafliug tbe ballot-bo*
in that unhappay State. He difiera aal
in the,character,of some pf bia vice
aud. that very, lit tip, from the membe
of tho Republi'c'ao 'Legislature of Soul
Carolina who hov6 plhddered that Sta
of millioae drawn from 'the. estates.!
hqrjest ; niid. virtuous; .'.citlsspne. .To 1
serb, Boron pan rsad and vrrito. whoroi
a majority; ?f tho Republicans ia tl
liogisjatur? of Sjputb, Carolina oaunn
lu _Hue,, hp hos the advantage. qi fl
rapk,and fll?^-.-Ahd yet, iMe for tho e
press pdrp?so of .keeping fast ouch mc
ja power nt:! the South, and throuf
them coQtr?Jlins* ?ibja^slssticns, that tl
l?gislation o?,Congress baa boo? shape
It if} for ibis purpose that the Preside:
of the United States, has. benn armi
with the pawer df sending' the milita:
forces of . tho United States , into tl
South. Snoh. is tho bittor, remorsele
and shameless treatment of a conquer*
people. Such is the, character of "r
construction," and "reaping tho fruit i
the war"-and such tho agents by whi<
it ia aoqomplished. Fit policy, fit agent
for the corrupt and unprincipled pari
which tramples Upon every principle
low and'decency, ia order *to seonre i
lease of powor over the country.
Tho following communication, signed
"Truth.- wfr-flnoVrtio th? Ga*'otina^Spar
ian. Tb\} ^rtio?e&igu^^
which thclfubjoinSd is|ajre?>ly, *<?Pul?
H?h ed last week: f| $ V. f XT ff
article over the signature of "Justice,
th? authorship of 'which we do not care
to know. The politics of .Gpuerad Batea
han nothing to dd wita we'fflWraer*-of
John Gray Hampton and '/Justice
might .write from npfcr lill dddmsduy, or
untU&e wpuld_Bwj^lJUL?lun)o, ta tliodj
mensions of Webster's Unabridged. Dic?
tionary, and- tb on'i* would WOO cn ungo in
the least the'tieopl?'sknpwl?'dge pf B^tts''
Mr. Bates or Mr. ',l,Tu?tiq?"1wUo UunUa,
the ?riling otfjates a "Radical is al moa tl
enough to-^t?ftlfy another homicide?'*
There could be mtroh'suid'rtlmntthb fk
tal occurrence, uptons it will landergo, a'
regal investigation, I deem it out of
plac? to say'Aoylbing that might tend to
prejudice the caso iu any way. . SufBae'
it to say, ?ffr.j?f?dijor, you .gave, the* ?o
ourrenoo a dispassionate and /ait report,
Which'will bo' sustained by tho ovidooce
Ba.t. apart from tb,at, there is a good
deal ?f gossip and some speculation m
reference to., an occurrence which it? ok
placa during tho night of tho waldo of
??be^youog Mr.'Humpton. Thero wore
two-yoong' men, apparently, grossed io
citizen's clothing-one dressed.in light
oolored pants'and coat and light colored
hat, while tho other;was;c)ressed ip-dark
oolored olothes and hat, with'ouch a gun
leashed around their shoulders, after tho
manner of a trooper-seeu riding up
and down the rood, as though they were
policing thc highway between Bates'and
Pacolett. Tboy. were seen to pass Mr.
Hampton's four pr dye times that night,
and tfoe last time seen going down the
road towards Pacolett, where thero" wew
twp' guns fired off between 12 abd 1
o'olooiri Early next' morning, as some
were returning home''from sitting np at
Mr. Hampton's, between there and Mr.
JdareuEi , Kirby's^they found a labeled
paper,, marked "fifty cartridges Win
chester,Repeating Rifle. " The paper is
stilHn preservation.*!.'And in the mtoan
tim?7 between Friday evening late and
.Saturday morning, 10 o'clock.. Mr.* John
Vandiver'a houBO was broken open and
everything turned njpside down, and
every box or tho jliko broken opeu and
oo ii ten ts misplaced, j On Saturday morn?
ing, when Alf, Vandiv?r's family re
' turned home, thoy discovered a ball and
?cartridge, such as they had never .seen
I before, slipped nuder the door shutter,
> with the, ball outwards, with the mani?
fest intention that on opening the door,
the friction, thereof might explode tho
partridge and probably kill or wound
the one who opened the door. Whether
?ny robbery was committed or not, I
have not learned. There is considerable
vigilance being exercised in the matter,
it is said, with a fair prospect of disco?
vering the criminals, which in all pro?
bability were' those who . appeared to be
policing the road.
. Ku KiiUX OUTBADE.-A fearful Ku
Klux outrage was stated to have takeu
place on the Sand Hills, near this city, a
few days ago. A oolored, and, conse?
quently, a loyal citizen ran into the yard
of tlie United States Arsenal, bleeding
from wounds inflicted by robel Ku Klux, J
in close proximity to the sacred soil of
the Government. HQ stated that while
traveling along the road a short time be
fee, be met a party of Ku Klux, who
commanded bim to halt. Feeling that
the hour of death was drawibg nigh,
that the Ku Klux iuteuded to immolate
another ono of the faithful Republicans
of Georgia, be raised his bund iu au im?
ploring attitude, and made a piteous ap?
peal for mercy, but instead of bearing
and heoding his prayer, the party gave a
Ku Kluxish laugh, and ono of them
fired his pistol at tho palm of tho up?
raised potato stealer. The bullet sped
true to and through the mark, and the
Ku Klux pastfcd on, leaving the bleed?
ing victim by tho way-sido. This wus
tho story told by tho loyal oolored citi?
zen, and this is the story which the
Radical papers will publish under tho
usual ghastly headings, and with thu
usual edifyingcomments. But notwith?
standing tbe straightness '. the negro's
narrative, it (urns out to bo a-falschood,
manufactured from whola cloth. The
negro mot no band of Ka Klux, and
.consequently could not bave boen shot
by.one of their, number. An . investiga?
tion disclosed the faot that the loyal
oitizen bad been working for a gentleman
; of this County, and shot himself one
day accidentally, iu the band, while
playing with a pistol. He had also rob?
bed his employer on the same day and
ran away from his place on that account.
A good ou'vage badly spoiled.
, [Augusta Chronide.
THB SITUATION IN NOBTH CAIIOUSA.
Au address to the people of North Caro?
lina appears, in the Raleigh Sentinel,
signed by W; H. Battle, B. JF. Moore,
T. Bragg, G. V. Strong, L. H. Rogers,
and other men recognized as conserva?
tivo leaders, which is iu avowed responso
to one put forth not bing ago by Gov.
Caldwell, in which that functionary la?
mented a lawlessness ! which he asserted
prevailed in a number of localities, and
threatened tho people that if it was not
put down ho would call for, troops to put
it down. Tho .present address reminds
tho. people that the lawless bauds aile
confined tb avery few localities and lia ve
no political affiliation whatever. But
.tho conservativo party is held sesponsi
blp for., all violence of this sort. Tho
signors call, therefore, upon ell. good
men of tho State to assist the officers of
tho law in ferreting outsecrot offenders,
in bringing them to punishment, and
establishing order and law everywhere.
Especially aro all illioitorgaulzatiuus de?
Mr. 0. F.. Holst, au old cilizon of
Chester, died suddenly on the moruing
of the 8th instant, in the fifty-niuth your
of his age.
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LETTE? Wnrraks.-For soma time
f-8*?^iello? - Vtnter8 i ^?J"0^ Oolumb??
upiWbayi?olmost dailyifilled a oolamu
thbt ?upar, ia rolntiag Vputragea"
mitte<Kia'i Bimttanlbnrg^lJnti tho
et,, part ol these, letters aro "out
i8?.i by tlMf writers.. Theae'^holo
"-??ftoder<^m/8ropv?,6entati.?na ' sari
I exaggerations, as riboy' a>?> ' Jj?:m'ahy itf
I stances, aro not blroly to produc? good
r results tb their writerabr fch'ft p?opl?' ht
large. We beHove they are written for
tho parposg qi (^eng^erin^
und provoking violence, and bytuerrex
results wbiohftheflWiA 'BiKralityf^Cfuld
Sot warrant. 7 We regard the authors of
leno letters as the enemies of peace and
good order of our County. -Some of
[these letters make .statement*1 which we
,bave never heard'ffdm' JB?y.?Uier soureft,
>nptl tho truth of which we know ia de
,hied by those whoso locality would ona
blo thom to learn tho facts. The best
efforts p?, buri?o3t iD?tooptiu?oitiy:ona in
-public meetings, -called' for the purpose
|of, advising againBt lawlessness, and in
support of peace and order, have been
misrepresented;! arjd. /Wade,. by these
writers, to oontribute to the horrors of
the situation in Spartanburg. Even tho
United States troops, who aro boreas the
'supportera of peace,.aud law, we sup?
pose, iab,tbo instance of these correa-'
pendents or thoir party, are not safo
from the slanders which they are forging
upon our people. We had occasion
sometime ago to speak of the oonduot
and bearing of tho officers and soldiers
of the garrison at this place, under the
command of Colonel Myers, and have
not had our good opinions changed by
the revenue officer, who could not call
out the men of Colonel Myers' command
to forage upon the people of the Coun?
ty, while engaged ia hunting up viola?
tors of? tho revenue law. The refusal of
Colonel Myers to send out his mon and
horses, unprovided with transportation
for forage, &c, bring? forth the wrath
of said revenue officer upon Colonel
Myers and everybody else, 4u ono of
theso letters, which threatens even the
present Stute officers with a "change in
1872." Thus the just and honest action
of a United States officer in tho dis?
charge of bis duties is misrepresented,
and he slandered by one bf theso cor?
respondents, as our citizens have been
iu many instances.-'
We do not claim that all is right in
Spartanburg, or.in the State. We know
that it is not, but at the sumo time we
know that our people are not responsi?
ble for tho situation. Tho revolutionary
government imposed upou tbem and
supported by tho bayonet, which bas
displaced and repressed thu constitu?
tional. government under which they
have been brought up, and by carpet?
bag and scalawag officials, has heaped
upon the people injuries and insults, are
tho first causes of existing evils. The
situation in this Stale is such, that it
would even be wonderful if disorder did
not exiBt. The whole system itself is
disorder. A State-Government which
will give to our people protection, will
give them peace. The character of the
people of Spartanburg as peaceful and
law-abiding citizens, waa as good as any
community could boast, until tbey were
goaded almost iuto desperation- by
wrongs and oppression.
HENRY V, OP FRANCE.-Tho London
Times, of May I?, iu speaking of the
future of Frau co, says that "au impa?
tience- of slow progresa, and a cons??
quent resentment of compromise, cou
stituto the standing difficulty iu the
progress of France. Tbeycaruings after
order and pence of a nation wearied by
dissension and disaster appear just now
to support a movement iu favor of Hen?
ry V, and it ?B evon said that the Assem?
bly ot Versailles "is prepared to accept
him as King. Tho Henry V spoken of
ia Count de Chumbord, tho son of tho
Legitimate, or old Bourbon, monarchy.
He is the BOU of tho Duke of Berri, aud
the grand-son of Charles X, who was
driven from Franco by thc rovolutiou of
1830, which placed tho Duke of Orleans
(Louis IMiillippe) iu his plnoo upon the
throne. His father was assassinated in
1820, while in the act of handing his
wife (the Duchess of Berri) to her car?
riage from tho opera house Six months
af te? his doath she gave birth to a pos?
thumous child? who has since boen
known by the' title of the Count of
Chambo*!. His grand-father (Charles)
was the younger brother, so-called Count
D'Artois, of tho unfortunate Louis XVI,
who was executed upou the guillotine
January 21, 1793. It would bo a singu?
lar close to a cycle of revolutions that
run back almost a century, for tho coun?
try to return to the Hottso of Bourbon,
and to the very brandi of it against
which they originally rebelled, and to
maintain whioh result they have spout
'so mnoh blood and made BO many sacri?
fi?es. But after what has transpired,
who will bo disappointed at any result
that may be iu store for Franco upon
tho cards of fortune?
DROWNED.-Coroner Teft held an io-,
quest, yesterday, at the, Etiwaa Phos?
phate Works, over the body of Wm.
Cassiday Duncan, a little white boy, be?
tween seven aud eight years of age, who
was drpw.uod in, Town Creek, uear by
the works. The poor little fellow, with
a companion,' abolit four years old, wont
to the creek on a crabbing expedition,
and fell from'the wharf into the oreek.
His friend wandered back home, aud
gave no account of what' had become of
"Willie," and, after a ti relesa search,
went to bed deeply grieved, tho mother
weeping through the night. Towards
the morning, thu survivor inquired why
the mother of Willie was crying, aud
when told because ho could not bo
found, he artlessly .-aid, "Willieis in tho
water." Tho mystery was solved, a
search made, and the body discovered in
tho crook, with its ?HCO downwards, nod
much bruised aud crab eaten. Tho ver
diat of the jury was in accordance with
tho facts as stated. - Charleston Courier.
Ta? VALUE pp LOCAL GOVERNMENTS. -
There aro but^?w^von.oj. ibopemo
PWyi'wbo appreciate full* the^eril^ ol
tb ia . nation. It 'js^admitMd on' near te-,
every hand that oar ( i o vc rn m cot, tinder
tho control of tLj'o Republican", party,
has, for the period^f tb/nt^ontml, boen
un dergoing a rapid:an Jala? mirjg'ohange;
that tho. strong federal features original!j
impressed- upon tho Constitution are
fast fading away, and that wo rite mov?
ing steadily into the formation of a cen?
tralized despotism. | Bot it Ua^no? geny
orally been observed that we ?ro incor?
porating "into'our~o1vrrpolicy f??lnr??*
whioh most oeutralizedlgpvernrnonte are
free from, and which < nist only in the
odious tyrannies. Whau it is remarked,
that wo are losing our right of local go?
vernment, few .appreciate fully tho ex?
tent pf that leay, and fewer still know
that iu losing it the most, revolting mili?
tary^ despotism follows as a natural and
almost,^uevitablo consequence. ? Indeed,
opr" ancestors claimed this right nuder
tho British Constitution, and when it
was assailed, they regarded the provoca*
tion tis sufficient to warrant revolution.
A -Radioal Congress and a drunken
President, have, in a few short mouths,
deprived us of what our ancestors won
through Besen long years of suffering
and blood. No moro fitting illustration
could bo suggested than tho fool who
dostroyed tho beautiful temple whoso
construction progressed through ages,
whose exquisite architecture was tho
handiwork of genius and whose altar
was the repository bf jewels. Theso
facts bro worthy of cool and solemn re?
flection. Tho poople cannot reflect too
deliberately upon tho character of their
rights, the source from which they
spring, and the fenrful price with which
they were bought. Peace is always de?
sirable and should be the wish of every
good citizen. But there is danger in
the delusions of a safety purchased at
the expenso of all that is worth living
for. There was a generous despair that
sprung.from the high sentiments of our
fathers which made them too noble to
be followed by servile childrou. They
presented human nature iu its grandest
form. There is something sublimo iu
the record of their ? glorious achieve?
ments. Kings were not only their pu?
pils, but their suppliants, aud. princes
were not regarded as targets too good
for thoir '"villainous saltpetre.'' They
had a scorn of danger and a fierce, tiger
spirit, that mudo thom not only brave
but terriblo. They kuew their rights
and maintained them. They were not
appalled at i inpossibilities. They plucked
victory from the very jows of despair,
?uni won the right to live as freemen.
\Neio Hampshire Patriot.
A WOMAN Wno HAD KILLED FOUR
MEN IS CAPTURED AND SHOT.-You have
heard, doubtless, of the vivandiorcB of
the National battalions, who have
marched brightly and bravely to tho
combat with the corps, or with the men
who claimed their wild aud more thau
half unwomanly devotion. Ono woman
of this class, straight, tall, splendidly
set, with vigor in her faoo aud beauty in
every limb-sho could nut have been
more than twenty-five, aud she was a
woman perfectly made-I Baw suffer a
frightful fate. Captured, I -know not
how, she had killed with a revolver, be?
fore ber baud could be stayed, a Versail
list officer and three of his men.
Sho looked "out and out" a fury, her
baudsome fnco was black with powder,
hor lips especially made livid by busty
biting of cartridges; her hair hung ia
disheveled'tangles aboot her handsome
but ferocious fuco, aud her eyes, gleam?
ing with aa overstrained courage that
mounted oveu to madness, blazed defi?
ance on the rod-breeched crowd who had
ber at their mercy. I will not linger on
tho scene. Her hands wero tied, aud,
with her buck agaiust a wall, she. died
pierced through and through with shots
fi om tho rifles of M. Thiers' troops. I
could not blamo them-but I could uot
holp beiug deeply sorry for her.
[/'ari's Cor. London Times, May G.
"TUB FAIRFIELD DEPARTURE. "-It is
gratifying to hear from all sides that thu
crop of Fairfield this year is so fur, tako
it nil round, the best crop wo have had
siuco the war; that it has cost, aud will
bavo cost much less to mako it; that of
tho exponse very much more than here?
tofore will havo beeu cash paid down
aud no credit; aud that everybody is
confident that thb'oottou crop at least
will bring a fairer price next winter.
This is the style of ..departure" we be
lievo iu. Let us go in steadily on this
line, auu political troubles will iu timo
disappear. While the Democratic party
are doing us royal service at the North
by lettiug tho negro alone, which will
soon compel thu Radicals to let the
Southern whito man alone, let tho South
keep aloof from any attempt at a leading
part in national politics, and fall into
line upon "the Fairfield departure."
This is a free country. Every man
. and every Cout?*y bas as much legal
rignt as Valla?digham to "depart" It
is but justioe thut the press should pub?
lish such "departure," and let the peo?
ple ref!eot upon it. "We coll the atten?
tion of tho State and of the Southern
poople, therefore, to "the Fairfield de
pa nure."- Winnshoro Neics.
Two of 'the leaders of tho Commune,
MM. Beslay and.'Teisiz,. who acted dar?
ing tho insurrection as Dslegate Super?
intendent? of tho Bank of Franco and
tbe. Post Ornoo Department, have beeu
furnished with safe conducts to leave
Franco. Their fortunato escape from
death is due toi the intercession of tho
bunk authorities, ir
Tho Chinaman in California seems to
?havo become au objeot of more conside?
ration than has beeu usually extended to
him hithorto. Tho people there express
the opinion just now that tho Coroner's
jory wb? declared that a Cliiuumau
stoned to death by boys lind oouio to his
death from causes unknown, let their
prejudices rim awuy with tho truth just
PaoiltxiAifA'.f^T?? IfrpaSof 9"oBSMe
conies p? the PncEN& is five |eufjs. *i )
Something to bpo\-A jp?t|j j|
?, Festo'^ a nail'^ or ?ey ft a gtringj: jarid
-easpencV it to ybur Ummb ?nd ?&feer,
aud the nail ?iii osoillate liko a pendu?
lum. Let nome one place his open hand
under the nail, and it will change to cir
}oular motiou. T^ien let-a third .person,
place his hand upou^your'sboulder, and
?h? nnil becomes ?n a momob t stationary.
Handy thir|p-?.Avg?oTe. >"< ^ * " <-T
Special attention is Jo*ited. tpr tbp card,
published iu another :gp]nmq, rclp^ipg
to tho reduction of bO**d at tho Pavilion
Hotel, Charleston. It. Hamilton, E^.j
of this city-an old note! noan-ia su?
A good, praotical education, including
a good trade, is a better outfit for a youth
than a grand fidole, will]1 tho droff.back
pf ;?a empty mind. '* .
Yesterday was tile, hottest of the sea?
son. ' . ' \\ 'li jjj^f,
A matronly cat.in caro of her kiltons
is au iusfaoce of severe maternal discip?
line. She is Hoking her offspring pretty
much all tho time.
The copartnership between Messrs;
Agnew & Daly, in the livery stable lib?,
bas beeu dissolved, and Mr. Daly *'goea
' it alone." He is competent to do sb,
aud will give satisfaction to patrons lb
A New York journal declares that "the
Federal Government, as administered by
the Radical party, is simply a machine
for the plunder of tho people." And it
may be added that there never was a
machino that performed its work more
constantly or moro effectually.
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can
buy; for the apparel oft proclaims the
mau;" and if your purse will not permit
u new suit, you eau make the old look
ucw by purchasing and using the magic
grease and spot remover that Dr. W. C.
Fisher has for sale. Jt cap be applied
to the lightest fabric without the slight?
Pamphlets, brief.-,, catalogues, dodgers,
posters, baud-bills, bill-heads-in fact,
everything in the way of job printing
gotteu up in the best style and on terms
that we pledge ourselves will be satisfac?
tory to all parties. "With approved ma
chinery and steam power, we challenge
comparison iu prices.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-Ttife Northern
moil opens at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.15
A. M. Charleston day mail opens 4.OG
P. M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Ch?rleston
night mail opens 6.30 A. M. ; closes 6.0C
P.-M. Greenville mail opens 6.45 P.
M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Western mail
opens 9.00 A. M.; closes 1.30 P. II. On
Sunday office open from 3 to 4 P. M.
TAX-PAYERS' CONVENTION.-We are re?
quested io announce that tho committee
appointed by tho Convention to report
on tho condition of the State now and
since tho war, will meet in tho town ol
Camden, Wednesday, the 12th of July
next, ni 10 o'clock A. M. The commit
toe arc: Hon. Messrs. Aldrich, of Barn?
well; Burt, of Abbeville; Porter, o!
Charleston; Manning, of Clarendon
Butler, of Columbia. Auy citizen whe
may desiro to communicate in for runtier
to tho committee, aud ult aro requester
to aid, will please direct to the chairman
Camden, S. C., caro of Col. Wm. M,
We have boen also requested to asl
tho various County papers in tho Stat?
to extend this notice.
A NEW METHOD TO KEEP Coon.-I
the man is to be blessed who iu ventee
sleep, not tho less should he be honoree
who deviseth the mode of keeping coo
iu theso hot days. Such is the resul
achieved by Littleton & Jones' Rocking
Chair Fan. Seeing is believing. Ou
townsman, Mr. Jas. E. Black, has beei
appointed agent, and parties may pro
cure these new attachments by calling a
thb insuranco rooms of H. E. Nichols ?
Co. The agent will insure not on);
your life or your house, but be can no\
further insure you against flies, mop qui
toes and heat. We, at least, bave beei
cooled and refreshed under the balm;
influences of the new "triok."
Persons iu search: of health and tb
necessary attendants, puro air, goo?
water, and a delightfully-tempered al
-mosphere, oro rofcrrcd to th? ,Cttl$ o
tba proprietors-Messrs. Blackwood i
Oates-of tho Clea velaud (N.?.) Springt
..The waters aro whito and red -sulphni
ch abb cate aud puro spring. Tho. foi
mer aro highly-commended by medici
men. Tho railroad has been complote*
to within a short distance of the spring!
thus obviating tho long carriage rid
heretofore requisite to reach thes
I springs. If you wish to push through
j you can leave Columbia at ll o'clock I
j M., on Monday, Wednesday and Fridn
by the Charlotte, Columbia aud Au
j gusta Railroad, cosnecting at Charlott
.jr..- . i .' ' *
next morning with thq, Bntherford .
train, and arrive at.' Cleveland''by 11 " .
A.?HF7-'1' '"[> ?^?^?^iy fi " '. '
HoTBli AliiuvAiiS, Juno lff.^iftojbanaon . . '
H?tl$e~W. Jj. Swollnian, Savannah; W. ci
HJ UeiBkelLi G. Green, Baltimore; NJ CK < :
W. Walker, Miss A. Walker, BarnwpH; -
G. Ww- Hickman, :] Angas ta; J. Gregg,
Iowa; J,: Morton, Louisville; JV F.- Dtis&.
DaBrej Abbeville; J. di- Labia, N.. Q. emi
QoiuvibUt Hotel BB Boll? Tait;
Mis? Anna Tal?; 8. .0. - Gilbert/ .IL' E.-?--.:
Clydoi A,ii. Ftulerick, W.i D. Kennedy* ?jj
CharieBte? ; M. J; Calnan; Colombia; ... :
Wi J. Ceosawell, ! S.) C. ; C.- IL Sub?, J j K
Newberry*. it.- Ji.tJ . . i.'Iv:. I-.A7/<
?vl: >. lr..?*;..) i. .???<,!, n ?"?>:?.-. ?7jjtl?*i'
LIQT OP NEW ADVKJtTi?ttMENTa' V-..1 -na- 0
Oflicial Drawing C. C. A.b.M! 'i-in> Toc?T
fi Hoetetter?":0toO?aeh BiMieied?ainiftsb adi
Agnew .&Daly-Dissolution ' L .: '
lt. C. bb iver & Cd.-r-iA Govd/m ,< o?? V
?j P?.Qantw?ll-NbiV-Teaa.!.! v i v mn .:
Peixottp.icfionr-Hay-T -,i .., ?i??ftr..
Mike Hoke-r-NoUce. '. *:. ..o m .<. bi 7 pi'...I
gMeoWng Palmetto Lodge,
. E; N^iob^l>f.ACoi-rtKeap,iGoota.i a//
. L. Br??orfiold-P?vi?ott Hofcekl in..
rt -- .J- Jr t,f:* -!i|V' vjbJsiB
, OwTfguft Riurrr.K Npyarena of ;,tueChyfeaJfrffl/t ?
Charitable Association, for, the_bene?i,'oX.i?or. .
Freeboot.ffand:,:, ? : oj
. BAFFLE 0LAS8 NO. 88. f .ru',-r,
.. .ifujTji p g, rf. y .ti. j, .Ju?e i 5.1871.. i * : : r ?
t54-lS-29-50^42-5-64-71-?7-BU12-'J:i i ? o T P ;
. Witnosa our hands, at Chaxlsetob. thia.loth'hO
day of-Jone, 1871. FENN PECK, o ? . .->.;.:
? JAMES GI LLILAND, i K*i ;
Jans 16 1 < - ' Sworn Commission&v i '
TO THE PUBLIC. ' :
IBAS the sale of tickets in tho Co-operative* s!
Building Association has been so rapid, thus:
reduelan tho exponBes of the rsffio Very1 ma- >
tonally, tho General Agent bas uonoiu?od to .
reduoo- the nnmhc? of tickets to 3,000. AH .. ?''..'
this s?beme wan not .' designed as^a ap?rala?.1
tion, but meroly to change, tho investment- Tb' "
moro oxtcSeivo 'improvements in the/clty?'it^
ia hoped that tho advantage. in tho r?duction "
of tho number of tickets may b'? readily seen "
and appreciated. About one-fifth of tLIQ
number of tickets, have boeu already disposed
of. - DR. E. W. WHE^?Bl
General X-jejit, ?ey Box 89, Colombia, fl. O." .
Juno 15., V, _' ? , !?. "
Pavilion Hotel, Gharlcston, S. C. '
DOABb PteR DAT, CA.50. ill!
MRS. H. Ii. B?TTERFIEIiI?t J
R. HAMILTON. Rnperiutendont. Jun a 16
Notice. . J .>.:..;
THE Administrator having ordered t??? 7'
dosing np of my father's test?t*, All peri'- 1
sons indebted will save costs hy mals?ng pay-j u
ment forthwith to Mr. G. iL Joiutaoi?, agent, --
at store of Olitlda AWiley. " ' V
June 16 ? MfEE HOKE; .
Falmfitto Lodge? No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. .
A R EG UL AR Meet*
lg of PALMETTO
.OPGE: No. 5,' ?TO. -
O.F.^will be helfTTHIS EVENING, in Ms>
Honid Hall, at & o'nlock. A fall attendance is : i
earnestly requested. By order of tho N. G. < '
. JOBN MORRISON, .
Jnno IC 1 . , Becretary. ' "
?I f\C\ J U.ST received ono hnndred bales of
JLUU PRIME WESTERN HAY, which, we . .
will sell,for want of storage', at tl.?O per hun- ' '
drod. Th'i;86 in need will do well to purchase ?;
from thin lot. D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON; ..:.
June 16 ? : . i . .. ? . ^8; ,
New Teas? '
IHAVE lust, received an. invoice of new
BLA.CE' and ORKEN TEAS, whioh,', for
strength and flavor, cannot' be .surpassed, .
oensuti?g pf: ' . ' - '.
. ENGLISH BREAKFAST, '
Which I offer for aale low for cash.
. P. CANTWELL,
Jnno 16 1 ._j_Main st-reet.
KEB P C?OIi.
QALL AT H. E. NICHOLS 11 CO.'S
And seo tho ROCKING-OHAIR FAN. It ia
simple, cheap and ofHolont._Juno. 16 3 .
. A CARD.
~^^7*E beg to call the attention of the pnblio
to our first class stock of ' 'r . >!
'.. .' ' . ; ?.?. I;-') / ir. ;r?
Now completo ia every department, audio tho
following special items: ;,
Wo ara now prepared to sh6w ono of tho ;
handsomest, neatest,'chospest hud moat do- .
?ir?b?e atock of SHOES ever' op???k ttf \rn*s
* : . -'?ni a?>: J i: hw?*-..
market. ,We Introduce tw?'n?w' fV'?tturos l? "
' . ? Ui.-Sl T.r/J
the trado"Jlbt;'^eWl8orld:,rld goods orftte-'
.i.. ? ?i.afv,
iry'or'nt ."?s^hji^a? Sbh'e We"Va^le"?xp*oWtTiw
i^^i'w^-4?^^^M^V^!?*'^? Roora.1'; 2d.'We^
guarantee, to tho fulloat extent, all our fins
work to give entire satisfaction. , . , ,
Juno'lfl-' : ^Ri O.iBHlVER A gO> .
Davis' Magic Grease *rid Spot Re?
THIS is invaluable-in cleaning olothes of
any sort, lt doos not Injure or dlsoolor
tho fabric in tho slightest. Trice 25 couta.
Prepared for salo bv W. 0. FISHER,
June 15_*_ Druggist.
DON'T oontain Strychnine. It ie pure', and
warrantod to bo BO. Maroh II