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S-1 Columbia, S. C., September 7.?In tho Sonato, Cor bin intr a bill to eupprcs insurrection and rebellion, t Suction 1st saya if tho Governor is unable to inforco tho laws by judicial proceedings, ho is ompovvorcd to call oat tho militia. Section 2d. Tho Govornor to order tho insurgonts to disporeo by proc'a_ mation. Ssction 3d. Tho mililia in service oro to bo goveruod by tbo rules of tho United States army, receiving llie same pay and rations. Section 4lh provides penalties for diBobodionce. Section 5th. Tho Govornor is ,iu> thorized to seizo rnd control tho railroads and telegraph lines as part of tho military establishment. Soctoin Gth. Tlio Governor Bhall orfianizo in such manner as ho sees fit. Soction 7th. Tho Governor is authorized to suspend tho habeas corpus. Tho Chatham Hail road bill has been made tho special ordor for to-morrow, uy vk yuiu ui luunt'uu lu UVO^ bllOWUlg its probablo success. Corbin introduced a bill fixing the Attorney General's salary at three thousand dollars ; no fees. Rutland's resignation was accepted. Corbin reported a bill regulating tbo admission of attorneys, which was amended by limiting rho requirement of the oath to the attorneys hereafter admitted. Ia tlio House, tbo bill codifying the laws was rcecommitted. Bates, tbo negro insurrectionist, arrived bore this afternoon?r.ol arrested. WAsniNOTON, September 8.?Mr. c*~u?? l- .r /m _ i - ? "? wviuvjuuii, in \juio} 10 wdoso discretion, conjointly with that of Senator Morgan, of Now York, was loft tho question of calling Congress together in Soptombor, has written a letter deprecating a Soptorabcr session. Tho best informed parties stato that Ibero will be no session. Gon. McClellan is expected in tho Cuba which leaves England on tho 19th snstant. The Louisiana tsonator's threat to burn New Orleans is regarded with horror by all parlies hero. A Gorman Democratic Club has been formed at Charlefcton, with Gen. Wagoner as President, and eight Vice. Presidents. In the same city tho Irish and Italian citizone bavo loaguod together iu a Democratic Club, with Jab. P. Slattory as President, and thirty two Yico Presidents. Attorney-General K vails has advices that a habeas corpus for Mudd. Spanglur and Arnold has been applied for in the Southern District of Florida. The President takes ground that the constitution forbids the luainten ance of standing armies in any shape, and that the act of 18G5 disbanding and forbidding a militia and volunteer force is absolute in the South. It sccmB generally conceded that it will be too late to arm Southi rn militia in time for the election, and there appears to bo no other business, and a meeting is improbable. Unionville, S. C.?A Bloody Affray Between Whites and Blacks at Unionville.?Bates, a negro preacher, who claims to be general of tho militia of Union District, was foremost in the fight and flight. The Georgia Legislature is trying to Oust the eolorcd mninlicvii Representatives, Beard, Belelier, Fyall and Davis, Avho have always passed for blacks, claim to be white. Atlanta.?In the House, Sims, nogro, had the floor in defenee of the eligibility of negro members. He was at the Democratic Convention in Charleston in 18C0, and he was glad to see Mr. Yancey withdraw his delegation, for it was the silvery lining of the great cloud of liberty for the colored man. A point of order was raised whether the fifteen minute rule was in force. The Chair decided that eneh mom bcr had unlimited sway. Sims continued his spoeeh, and said if they were turned out they would rally again ; such a rally as the people of Georgia never saw before. 'The Northern people love us, because wo & re citizens and of tho same blood. 11 ell t he tribunals of Georgia sustain our expulsion it shall not stand." God would not, he said, allow tho North to euooced in tho lato war until the negroes were declared citizens, and Chief Justice Tanoy's decision had been reversed by God. Tumor, negro, will follow 8ims, find IV) Oil TlTltil twfintw-nntrnn " ? ? ...v^vj -v.yu ""g'w members havo made a sdjfcrate defence, unless cut short by a vote of the House. It will take many days. At last accounts Mr. Davis and his family had not loft Liverpool. Augusta.?The State Senate has unanimously pasoed a resolution authorizing the Governor to issue a proclamation disbanding all armed associations throughout the State. There are bands of armed negroes throughout Georgia, and in one county thoy J avo resisted the sheriff. *? Georgia loiters state that the Legislature will probably adjourn before deciding the eligibility of negroes. New Ou leans.*?A white senator was ousted to-day and xv mulatto installed in his stead. "Washington.?MeCulloeh has ordered several changes in the New York Customhouse, reducing the ex pcnses dl'?,uuu. utiior changes arc in contemplation that will reducc the expenses of eollccting the custom $1,000,000. A movement lias been commenced with a view to unite the United Slates, England and Russia in a grand expedition to solve the problem of the North Pole?that is, to reach it, if (his be possible, and ascertain its surroundings. Nkw Youk.?The Vermont election Ikis resulted in the succoss of the Republican party by an increased majority over last year. Returns from one-uuru ot ihc Wlate indicate that tho liepublican majority will bo about I?7,000 ibr Governor. Some mako it 30,000. The large expenditures of the War Department for the Freedmen'H Bureau, &c\, will increase the public debt several millions. Savannah.?The negroes on the outskirts of the city are causing trouble. They are armed, and drill nightly, stopping farmers on the roads leading to the city- Tho country folks are compelled to go in parties of ten to twenty when they go to market. Atlanta.?In the afternoon session, on the vote beiug taken, the negroes WOVC llc'f'l'l l*iwl irw>liir!lil<> 1.*- <? I ~ v? ..ivi.p.MJV mrj a ? UIV/ t/1 eighty to twenty-three, unseating twonly-five negroes. Four remain who claim to bo white men. Their ease is to be investigated. Turner walked out and brushed tlio dust from his feet ; tnc other negroes bowed to the Speaker and waved their hats to the white members. Columbia, S. C.?IIouso sustained Governor's veto of Charleston City < Charter Bill. Somebody has ascertained that the nnfinnnl ilr?Kf if nil<w1 MWVJ ** jnivu lit UV1U11T?J UIIU ' row lip, would be three hundred and i ninety-eight miles high. It taxes every one in the country an average i ol* $14 yearly. Ivans as Cjty.?A Mexican train has been attacked by the Pawnees at a fork of the old Platte Road, seventy .three miles north of Fort Dodgo 1 Sixteen Mexicans were scalped and 1 het bodies burned with the wagons ' Another train with 75.000 pounds of : wool was attacked within twenty-five ' miles of Fort Dodge. The cscort fought until their ammunition was ex- ' hausted, when they abandoned the train. ( Omaiia.?It is reported that a large '< body ol' Indians is moving north to 1 strike the Pacific Pail road between 1 North Platte and Julcsberg. i The Chinese hold the office of schooltcaclicr to be tho highest in tho world. All llir- IH'fililn ?t"1 ' |/v'?nv viivxu 4V1U CUUt'ULUUj and the instruction of youth id uni- 1 versal. ] A negro member of the Alabama ] Legislature asserted his "civil right" 1 to ride in the ladies' ear on the tieor- j gia Central I'ailroad the other day. lie only submitted to the frightful outrage of a compulsory seat in the | ordinary ears upon the suggestion of ( the conductor that a broken head would ensue upon a refusal. An attempt was recently mado to t lynch a fellow in Kentucky who had 1 the reputation of beating his mother, i but lie shot one or two of his assailants and discouraged them. His i mother now writes a card, saying \ that it wTas all a mistake; that she sometimes fought with her son's wife, but never with him, and that it was ( all in the family at any rate. - , HEIITFOHD. fJnKV Clnnvrm TT-.11 j ? v? ^\/i JiXUlij formerly of Savannah, Ga., but a native of this place, has died, aged 80, and leaving 830,000 each to Hartford ' and Savannah for charitable purposes. His Royal nighness Duke William of Wurtcmherg, reviewed tho cadets at "West Point on Friday, in the presence of a large and brilliant audience. FOREIGN. St. Peteusbur.ci.?Official advices ' from Bokhara state that the Emir has mado a treaty with the Russians, accepting terms offered by the Imperial Government, and that the Russian troops have evacuated Samarcand. London.?Dispatches from Tim state that Rev. Dr. Henry E. Manning, Archbishop of London, is to be l made cardinal. The Paraguayans have been starved out of Humaita, leaving two hundred and fifty cannon. The Patrie, of Paris, has advices from Paraguay, which explnin that Humaita was abandoned bocause General Lopez had completed his now defensive line of fortifications on the Tefcicuari. London.?John Bright, in' a letter accepting the Birmingham nomination, says the disestablishment and disendowment of the Irish Church would strengthen both the cause of Christianity aud the constitution of the country. f 3*. A fearful earthquake took place in Callao on the 13th inst., which lasted seven minutes. No lives were lost, but many houses were injured. At 7 1>. m. the sea retired for one hundred yards; on returning, the water rose ten feet above the usual level. Great fears were entertained that Callao would be completely inundated. At 12 o'clock the mole and wharf were completely covered, the sea rushing into fln? Inwoi' i?ivl 'I'l... r... v VI V.1V ?..?J . 1?V I town was completely deserted, tho population having lied, panic-stricken, to the interior. At la^t accounts (l llli) the worst was over j but great alarm prevailed in the community for tho safety of their property. Shipping had not suil'orcd when tho steamer left. London.?The Ariel, tho first ship of the tea fleet from China, has ju?t arrived in the Thames. She sailed from Fooelioo May 2?Sth, in company with ships Ttepena and Sir Launeelot. Florence.?Tho Italian government is increasing the number of military posts on the frontier of the Papal States. The number of ships now owned in Portland are two?previous to the war there wen; lift v-s.-v.-n EPISCOPALIAN. The Episcopalians a.ni> Methodists.?Tho Protestant Episcopalian Diocesan Convention of Western New York, nt its rccent session in Buffalo, adopted a resolution avowing satisfaction at the appointment by the last Methodist General Conference of a commission to confer with a similar commission on behalf of tho Protestant Episcopal Convention with a view to the union of tho two bodies, and expressing a liopo that the General Convention will respond. St. Louis.?The Episcopal Convention have elected the ltev. Charles F. Robinson Bishop of Missouri. The Protestant Churchman (Low Church) notifies its contributors that it will not print the phraso "the Church," as applied to its own body, und requests them to write either "our Church" or tho "Episcopal Church" instead. It says that tho designation "the Church," even when the article is printed without emphasis, is, when applied to any one part of tho Church of Christ, as absnrd as unchristian. METHODIST. The Methodists resolved at their conference at Chicago to establish a Scandinavian Seminary. The Scandiorvian Methodists liavo subscribed &25.000 for this object, and the committee calls on the Church in general to increase this subscription with a contribution of $25,000 additional. Tho Methodist saj-s: "Our papers continue to present the scope of the action of the late General Conference upon La}' Representation with great force and clearness." The Nor Haves?cm Advocate in a recent number says: "It "was well understood at the time that the course adopted bp the Gen-1 ituI Conference would not leave qucslion just where it was left in 1SG0 and 10GI, but would lift it to a much higher place. Its advocates were to be held in different estimation, and Lhe questions was to go before the people at a great moral advantage." The Northern Independent concludcs an editorial iu these words: "The =ium"of the argument is this: If the General Conference did not approve Jjay Delegation, they had no right lo entertain the proposition, except to jhow their reasons against it. If they did approve of Lay Delegation, and prepare the way for its adoption, they had no right to go home and try to defeat it- These two propositions, we think, put the whole case in a nutshell." Methodist.?The Christian Advocate says: "According to present prospects, our theological schools will all Ijc crowded the coming year. At tho Boston Seminary it will bo necessary to hire additional^rooms for the Ac. commodation'of students. Applicants may bo found men of family, full rv? r J ? 1 luvuiuvio UJL CUIliUl'UliCUM, Ul'UUinCU men, some older than the acting pi'esident of the institution. BAPTISTS. Students at Greenville, S. C.? A largo number of students are expected at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary the coming session? scarcely less than fifty, probably seventy-five. LUTHERAN. The Minutes of the Twenty-third Convention of the General Synod in the United States, which we havo received, furnishes ue with the following items: The AuqustanA College and Sehinabv, Paxton, Illinois. Forty to forty-two students, having the ministry in view, attended during the past year.^Th? Faculty is Rev. T. N. Hasselgaist, Professor of Swedish, Rev. S. L. Harkey, Professor of English, and Rev. A. VonaflZ, Professor of Norwogian and German. The Buffalo Orphan House held its Anniversary Festival on the 25th of June. The number, of orphans has been, duringthepasfc year,, increased by 35. A seoond home has been provided by pjirchase, price $6,000. C w 4 * * v '* \ m i ! 11 i MMwaaaiwu mwtu?H M IM i JWK3?WM? Democratic Mass Meeting at Is'inoty-Six! Ninety-Six, S. C., September 7, 1808. Editoii Adijeville 1'iiess : Dear Sin: Pleaso announce in )our paper that a Democratic Masss Meeting is to bo hold at Ninety-Six on tie 18th insl. All Deiuocralic Clubs, in this and adjoining Districts arc invited to attend, in fact everybody, wliilo and black. There w ill Lo a basket dinner, and everybody can provide accordingly. Distinguished speakers have | been invited and promise to attend. Respectfully yours, 1 A XT o. )*. i'wntir;, Chairman Committee. Circles of Prayer. To accommodate tlio brethren at Duo West, (the placo appointed for our next quarterly Convention,) it lias been thought best to po&tpono the time of meeting till tlio loth and 10th of October next. J. A. LISLAND, Chairman. Gueexwood, September 7, 1.SG8. COiN'SKJNKI'X The following named persona hnve freight in llie l)epol at Abbeville. J Knox A Co, J Hereford, N J Davis, CT Hr.?kell, l' M Mitchell, Bradley it Widcniun, E Noble. Jirprtat ?I) L Wardlaw, E L Pat'.on, Moaley it White, H M Dcl>oae, II S Kerr. I). R. SONDI.EY, A pent. MARKETS. New York, Sept, 0?1 P. M.?Cotton heavy and lower, aulen, 1,'JOO bulca nt.Ja '2H n '2KA, c'.usiug nt ii'8. l'lour dull, and lu a Ji ce:ils iwwcr. Livkupool, September 9? Evening.?Cotton easier, but 1101 lower; etilee 12,000 balea. A JDHMfiYHi PRINTER CAN find steady oiuploytnent l>y applying to the office of tiio Abbeville Press. EDUCATIONAL. f|"^WO YOUNO LADIES (SisterB) each of _L whom is competent to teach thorough Klemeutarv Latin. Einrliali 1 beginners in Music, ure desirous of obtaining (either together or singly) employment in a j-rivatc family or School. Address llie Editor of Tiik Banner, Abbeville, S. C. Sept 'J 46 tf NEVV WAREHOUSE FIRM. EW. DOUGHTY (who for twciitv-four years prior to 1865 was actively engaged in the Cotton Factorngo and Coin mission Business) and WlLIiEHFORCE DANIEL, (lat? of the firm of tl. F. Uti*3cll <fc Co.,) Iiav" entered into co-partnership, under ilio firm of T? MT TfcATTrLUrnxr Jp. f*f\ I Ail II i i/VUUUX JL VX UU>; And offer tlicir Hcrviecs to their friends and tho public as Cotton Factors ani Commission MERCHANTS. Tlicir Office find Storage are in the well known and commodioux Warehouse Buildings formerly occupicd by Bustin ?t Walker, 01: Mcintosh Street. Tho chni'?e for selling Gotten will be One Dollar per Hale, for all customer*. Parties who have Cotton in store, and desiro reasonable advances in Cash, will be accommodated. E. W. DOUGHTY, WILBFRFORCE DANIEL. Augusta, Ga., Sept., U,18G8, 20?iim achoMlot OF is itsk: rar" mm. jm* |fnmili| Jflonr, FOR SALE BY WHITE, SMITH & CO. Aug. 14, 1808, 16?tf 4000 yds. Best Gray Baling. 4400 lbs. Arrow Ties. 400 lbs. Hemlock Leather, Jusl received by JNO. KNOX & CO. S-St. 3, 1368, 8t nil] mm SEAL & SIGN HAVE juet received a new supply of Metallic Ciirfes. ALSO ON HAND, Drop Black and Walunt COFFINS, of all izes. July 24, 1808, 14?tf LIVERY STABLE AT -a.Jt5JDJli V IIjIjIU U. ?1. ON the corner of Washington street, will be found, SADDLE HORSES, 8INOLE aud DOUBLE BUGGIES, with or without DRIVERS, at moderate rates. J. N. BELCHER, Agent. Aug 5 40 r'Zm > '?' mm m s, Alcoliol, Cum Cnmjilior, lluslinnd'a Piaster, Kxt. ].a(;wiioil in lib IIoxc*, l-.xtraclH Villiilld, Kxlraei l^num, C'oacli Vnin.sb, Varnish, Itlack LuaUiti- Vsunieli, Annetio, , Cftpsuk'3. l'ill Hoxcs, J^cnna Loaves, 1 Iogctniiii':i Klix., llu> Is ami Iron, Composition, Pulverized l'!!ui, Philotoken, Liptanarin, lo-jllic, llabbill's VonBt. Powders, Vim DeuaonV Worm Confections, Mustang Liniment, (tluo, (lutu Trngacnnth, Corrosive Sublimate, Villits l'ro. To. Car. Iron, McMui.'s Elixir, White Wax, Large Corks for Jugn, Pummice Slouo, Ccll't"! Gelatine, Cox's Gelatine, Whiting. Sewing Macbinc Oil, Copperas, Dluek Drop. Chrome Yellow, 1 ppocac, Katit'ord'e Liver Iuvigorutor, Cinnamon, Drown's Valerian. Oxygenated Hitters, Scotch Itch <>intinci.t, llcliul )U id liuciui. Chloride of Foda, (French,} Mr*. W'iiislow't) Syrup, Oil Bergnmot, Inflecting Sjiccahmis, I'efsar. is Coucttvc, Tooth l'iclts, Military Soup, lleyticn's Trusses, Wool Pudded, Chloroform, Iodide Potash, (French,) Bromide do. do. Glnsa Ftftnale Syringes, Metal, do. do, Tooth Biushes, Kii?li.-I?, Tooth Brushes, unbleached, lVrcw Toilet Son]>, Cologuo. *T?8 Siiiilha, Cologno, 322 Strniue, Ilanp, lluujj, (Kimtncl's,) Harps Bell?Extracts for the Handkerchief, inoet f-uhiouublo, Iloj>s, pressed. Lnn roiasti. Sash Tool?, No. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Paint Brushes, No. 1 ami U, Marking do, Varnish do., No. 1 and 2, Syrup llbuharh, Kilter iSul|:liurio lilix. Vitriol, Oil Cloven, Tine. Mm ate Iron, lloyncu's Patent Trusses, Robinson's Toilet Soup. *. o BOOKS. Fowler's Arithmetic:", Blank Books, School Books, Note Paper, Letter " einall, " " large, Legal Cap Taper. unripe laper, l'eiiu uiitl Ink. Envelope?, white and buff. EDWIN PARKER, Ag't. Sep. 4, 1SG3, 19, tf NOTICE THIS! rPMIE Note*) and Accounts of ROCIIE A -L CHRISTIAN nrc in my hands for collection. All persons indebted are requested to come forward and settle, us longer indulgence cannot be given G. McD. MILLER. Jan 17, 18C3, 80, tf MILLIIICE. Wilson & Hutchison WOULD respectfully inform tlicir friends and customers that tliey have plenty of water, and that tlicir Mill is now in THOROUGH REPAIR For Grinding Wheat. Willi a GOOD MILL and an ABUNDANCE OF WATER, they will be ablo to GRIND PROMPTLY For all who may Cnvoi- them with their grain. g^jTThankful for t":io very liberal patronage heretofore" given the Mill, they hope by attention lo business and strict integrity, to merit a continuance of the cualum of their frieudi. Aug 12, 1808, -11?If S. D. LINTON & CO., COTTON* FACT ORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, JACLSON St., Augusta, Ga. WILL give their prompt personal attention to the ealo of all PRODUCE consigned to their care. Commissions charged will be one and a quarter pur cent. J2T ConeiguincnU Solicited. 8. D. LINTON. R. L GENTRY. CEO. K. MOORE. Aug. 28, 1868,18?Cm NEW SUPPLY OF Miles' Shoes, For Ladies and Gentlemen. ALSO, EXTRA SIZES BROBANS, AND WOMAN'S SHOES, AT QUAMIS ? THOMSON'S July 22 38 tf * A , i. k mm Dogs leave to inform Lis friends an advertising columns, and can bo foun AuguntS, 1SGS, 10, If EIRIGHT 1.11WJLT. COTTON GINS, THRESHERS TERS AN] PjjPIIK subscribers would inform H- licit they arc prepared, with < of material, to repair COTTON (Jli all work in the line of CARl'ENT* the various branches ol their bnsii to give satisfaction, and trust to mci receiving a supply of C1N MAT hi work in that line. Work will be CASH ON DELIVERY. Tliev will always keep on liau W A r.\rl IfP fi?nl ii a i' cAi.M,'i vy . ~ ^ V_/ I JL. I x> john enrxgh: August 19 iomiarolia Patented May 7, 1867, For Sale Toy Qi: This Waslior is simple in i liable to get out of order. It a clothes, in five minutes, if proj We are Agents for the above n we will be olonsed to fill orclors I *t" " % ' machine docs not give satisiacti tlu; money. December 11 " TIE OLD MILL "Reconstructed.' LONG GANE MILLS MAVH jist been thoroughly repaired. V? cliAllHtitje competition in quality, quiinli IV. mill KllPi?il VVll /jll>/irf< ?>?r fin.I .rv#.. * - * /"* if you wuut it. lO lbs. "best Flom? to G( lbs. Wheat. "The proof of the pudding is iu the chewing. Try us! "Free trade?low duties"?no rcpudiationa white Uiint's government?nnd " a btrict coi btruclion of the Constitution." J. N. COCHRAN. Aug 12 41 8in FTQ T? p XX a Juo Jtx ARRIVALS! Jnst Hcccivccl BY THE SUBSCRIBERS: A 171 "M"R T,OT 017 COUNTRY HAMS, LEAF LARD, A LARGE LOT OF JUGS AND JARS ALSO, SOME FINE SYRUP A FINE LOT 01? FAMILY FLO? ALL OK WHICH WE OFFER FOH -CASH. wiiR k f mm An.r 1-1 "IftHft in <r liLMIITH SHOP SEAL& SIGN, Carriage Makers, ABBEVILLE 0. H., S. C. HAVE in their employ one of ibe fine.' UlneksruitB in the country, and are pr< pared, with every material, to do the best wor in the shortest time. Particular altentio paid to Shoeiug Ilorses. They have in th-jir Shop A PATENT TIRE-SHRINKER By which tires are shrunk without cutting. I using this Shrinker, work can be done wit the greatest precision, and there is not tli lighted danger of injuring the wheeL Carriage mid Buggy work of every descrip lion, done in ft workman-like manner, an satisfaction guaranteed. Terms, Cash on Delivery. Seal & Sign. July 21, 18C8, 14? tf LUMBER! AT ' 1AL & UN'S M EMBCACING. in part, Inch Plank, Floorin Ceiling, Waathet-boarding, Paling' ai Soantling, all of axeellent quality. ' SEAL & SIGN. July 24,1868, U-tf t Ninliiiii d the public, that lie lias retired from the d at No. 2 While's Block. REUS OF AND FANS* HOUSE CARPEN[) BUILDERS. their friend# and the public generally competent workmen and an abundance NrS, TUJiKSIJLEKS and FANS, and do iltlNG. From their long experience in less, thev feel confident of their ability .14 (l.? ,.".1.1:- "it iv u11v> jiuwiiu ixivy uro llOW (IAL, and arc prepared to execute all done 011 the most reasonablo terms? d a good supply of READY-MADE r. D. B. SMITH. <12 If Clothes washer, by F. Elder, Chester, S. O. Larloa da Tb.om.on us uunsirucuoii, durable and not vi 11 wash six shirts, or that bulk of >crly used according to directions, luchincs in Abbeville, S. C., where promptly ; and in all cases, if tho on, we will take it back and refund QUARLUS & THOMSON. 7 tf - - -J '-J.' L-lt-IMI DENTAL NOTICE. TTAVING made arrangements to open an _ ?JL OFFICE at ABBEVILLE 0. II., in ~ connection with my Office at Greenwood, I will bo at Abbeville from the 1st to the 1 tlh of cach mouth, and at Greeuwood from the 15th to the lust of the mouth. J My Office at Abbeville iB over tli? Store of Mr. T1IOS. EAIvIN. I propose to insert full Upper and Lower " SETS of TEETII for $25 each, 1'artial Sets in proportion to the abovo figures. ? Teeth txlractod WITHOUT PAIN. i. I guarantee entire satisfaction. Terms strictly cush. ltespcctfully, G. W. KELLEY. May 8, 18C8, 8, tf O VM >:;> V L".-i i. CST The friends of ROBERT JONES, re D|'vvwuiiV uiiuvuuvo 111*11 as u cunuiuaio iur I- the oflieo of Tax Collector at tlie cns'iing election. lie is the only candidate who has como out squarely on Iho Democratic platform and hence haB entitled himself to the unanimous support of the party. MANY VOTERS. tW Tho friends of Mr. M. S.INGRAIIAM respectfully announce him as a candidate fot Tax Collector at the next election. * CSf" The friends of \V. D. (JALLAHER respectfully announce him a candidate for the ollice of Tax Collector for Abbeville District, at the ensuing election C3T The friends of Capt. W. S. HARRIS respectfully annonnee hitn a candidate for Tax Collector at the nest election. The friends of WM. LI. TAGGART respecti fully announce him a candidate for tho office of ' Tax Collector at the next election. The many frienda of E. M. SHARP respectfully nominate him for the office of Tax Collector for Abbeville District, at the eusaing election. Tho fiiends of J. W. JEN'NINGS respectfully nominate him a candidate for Tax Collector at the next election. 9 The many friends of L. II. RUSSELL re bpeclfully announce him a candidate for Tax Collector at the next election. , * tS?" Wo are authorized to . announce DAVID CRAWFORD, a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. Tho friends of Capt. W. Jl. WHITE respectfully announce liim c* a candidate for Tax Collector, at the nest election. SEAL SlSIGN TTAVE oa hdnd a on^ICE L0T ot NEW BUGGIES. \ - - ? Wliioh will bo sold V V Lov for Cash, aM Cask only! ,t July 24,1868, 14?tf 5- ? . . i i. PUBLICATIONS OP THE American Sunday-school Union on band n I GREENWOOD, S. C. a .A.ddre^s,v W. T. FARROW, I State Hi^piry. Uaroa \ 18 L L TIf ~ Gullet's Patent Steel Bru$i COTTON Ct-XXST^-.U COTTON ginned on this Gin sold In Charleston Usfi^ascn at one (o two cents per pound more thus the same olass of cotton &JUMd | on the ord mar/Gins of the country. This statement is certified by twenty-fivs of the principal ' Factors and Brokers in Charleston price. Biz dollars per SAL.for cosh of city acceptance. g? Send for * cSSSpr- _ O, GRAVELEY, ; ' id it*, Bay, sooth of old P. O.j it >ki. Charleston, 8. C. BRINLEY% PATENT PliOUGH8, and a fnll Stock oLjjnrdwara and Agricultural Implements, for dtfoiQW, wholesale and rataU- >r>^ JulylS _ 87 ?*