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On Friday night last, Mr. C. P.
Floyd, of Floyd?ville, in this district
was run over by the down train near
.nt uii/t insiniitlv killed ?
AVliilc the engineer noticed a
jolt, showing that something had been
rim over. Upon reaching MuIIitis" about
two miles di-fanf, the truck* were rxuiuimd
and liunian li ?ir found adlu iin?:
The conductor of the uptruin.
being iiiforined ran slowly and k.'pt a
lookout with a light. The body w s
viniii discovered in a frightful inu ilaied
condition, the head having b<'en entirely
severed and the trunk torn to pieces
by the train.
The remains bein<r identified by Mr.
Floyd' s name upon a bundle which was
fuU"d with the body, and also by UenHarlce,
who was on the tratn, i lie remains
wore gatl-end up and brought
>nti f>? this place. Saturday a coroner's
inqn* S' washeld by It. (1. Melntyre Esq.,
nod it appeared that Mr Flo\(A? It
bere late in the etching and walked on
tl e Railroad. 11 is supposed that lie lay
down and slept upon the track,a.d
hence the catastrophe.
It is ?i-Mntu we have been called
upon to chronicle a mote distressing
,} ;c \| P l-'liivd was a
rcspec'iible man. nn<i leaves a wife and
<ight children. who wore depending
ii2"111 his excrtit n> lor -upnort..
M'lriim ('resent.
A San Francisco paper of I he 271 h nil.
Uivs a conimet 1'iis been made in thai
city to supply 20,000 Chinese laborers
?o be e in ployed as plantation hands in
Tennessee. The same pap< r com mends
the Chinese labureis for the manner in
which ihey performed their wtiik Oil the
Pacific Rail I road. anJ thinks eoricml attention
I-as been nitrneted to ibis c!a*s
of labor for the reason that i-hey have
proved themselves unsurpassed as .ough
workers The Tennessee jtii migrant*
will teecive llieir fare to the State and
$20 per month wa??<s. Another force
of 25.000 is heiiijr eontrac td for to proceed
to Mississippi.
Caution to Masons.?The Selmn
( Ala) Tim ex iimt Mf**fnyr, of the 27' It
'instant, contains the following'-'Caution
'to Mas-ns
Panicl S-iyre, Grand ?ccretary. cautions
the M-iSonic tniternity asainst the
impi sitions of a seoundrel who is travel
ing thro tch the Stale, and who lias at
various limes assumed the names of C.
G. Rulf.es. James T. E-lingor,
n . * i t? . H.T
Aji'weiv, ij i murpr. luuijiiurvvi
Dr. Clarke, Whitfield, and several
others, and claiming to hall from several
lodges in this State. South Carolina. and
elsewhere, and giving various reasons
why he had to h ave home.. Tie is six
feet high. dark hair and complexion, has
_^a swingiijg limn in his walk, a wound
in his side and chest and on hi* foot and
a large 'CT oil his head, and pretends
to he doefor. h wyer; druggist. planter,
or any thing else that may suit his purpose.
A 11k\n Killed tv Sumtfr Dis
timct.?The Sumter A* w< soys ;
We have been shown hv Captain W
K. Plowden. the n?w of a black bear,
"killed by his son Willie, within a shoit
distance of his residence, at Scottsville.
is this Pi?triet, on Tuesday last, which
measure 12} inches across eentre of
the foot and 9 inches length of track
from heel to end of middle claw, and
weighed near two pounds. Tie was being
chased with dogs by for tain Kirn
Keels,at the time he was k:lled. who, hein?
unarmed, called for help, when
Willie arrived and made the successful
shot. This is unusual game for this
section, and we sunpose "Brnin must
havo been out on a Fourth of July ei
enrston-?that hew? a popular rccrcation
just now for his color. TTc was
very fat, and weighed 344 pounds His
mate is said to be in the same vicinity
The Tax Questov tn Sumter Cou.vty.?The
Sumter News says :
Steps are to-he inaugurated towards
makinjr an application to the Comptroller
or Auditor of the State, relative to
the extraordinary nnd monstrous taxes
which are imposed upon the people in
present assessment; nnd if all means
fail, we 'earn that nn appeal will he
made to the law. It is beyond all question,
that the assessment of the property
in the Town of Sumter is made at
seventy percent, more than it is worth,
Hnd mo-e than double what its money
value is. We hope that the present
State authorities will take this matter
in Kfiri/1 nnrl nnrTnot fV?A nril linfnrn it
is too lii'c. It is trron?r, and odc that demands
immediate redress.
Black tutt Comely !?See illustrations
in XIX Century. Sold at all
"bookstore*.
DUTCH EK'S
Lightning Fly-Killer!
IDeafh to the Living! Long live the
Killers!
Sold ley Dealers Everywhere.
Jnly 1. " lm
_ Important to Debtors.
THE Books and papers of "The Branch
of the Br.nk of the Stateof South Carr?tin!l
?f. Cjillliltfll " liavn Knnn nliAoit ?n
?>y hand# for immediate settlement of
claims. 1 J' " Parties
can feeurc most Hcfcantngcous
tonus before suit is brought, which will,
be done against all solvent parties by
jitura day in August. . ,
V W. 3J. SHANNON,
'-^Attorney XT Law
June 24. ^ i'?iTJWu3 o .v Bdcas'jx
T C"
SOUTHERN BAPTIST
THEOLOGICAL SEMIXART,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
JAMES P BOVPE, D. D.,
Professor of Systematic Theology.
JOHN A. BROAOUS. D D.
Professor of I:it?T|irof:itinii of this New
'I e-rn ment.
B \SIL M \NI.Y. JR. D. 1).
Profess r of Hiblic.'i 1 Introduction, Po
lctuic TIh-oIo.'V, and Preparation
and Delivery of Sermons.
REV. CRAWFORD II TOY,
Professor of Interpretation of the Old
Testament, and (Iriental Languages.
WM WILLI \.MS. D. D.,
Professor of'Ecclesiastic ! History,
Cliurcli Government and Pastoral
Duties.
TilE next ?es>ioii (of cij-lit months)
opens "? W'i/iirait'ij/f S'-ph vibi'i" 1
I3o9, when there will h< an I"aiiiiiiral
AtMn s> h\ Professor 'JOY It is en
every account inipo<tat,t for Students
to hi; present on the first day.
The studies ate exclusively Theological.
and embrace an extensile ranee ol
?nbjeef?. 1 ? which the best CoHeyc
graduates and those who have only a
.l.iii. I.'o-rli.li .rlinMiiinii ?.;in flint
t whatever
iliry are prepared lor ; nd
prefer. The whole C"tnse requires at
least throe jtmm, hut a Student tuny
ooiue for on'y a single Session, and Se1<
et his subjects, with advice from the
Professors if-desired, ?n<1 ins?> urnduatr
hi each of the particular schools he attends.
No charges Nit tuition, nor fees
of any find. Text-Hoofs lent (< those
wlioc.ninol conveniently purchase thcni
Students may hoard at the Seminary
Hall, with rooms flee of rent, and payinjjon'y
the actual cost of Iivino, which
for the past Session avetapd $8 25 a
month. Those who prefer it m <y hoaid
in private la til i lies, at ahout $15 per
uioiitli. in either eise. fuel, 1'jjhts and
wasliinj! will mid some S50 a month.
Hrethrcii w:shi e to attend, but imubV
to coiiiuniiid the n-cessiry means, will
please write proityirly in |{ev. H Man
i.v, -Jr , who will arrange to ?M*ve them
.pecuniary aid. Ohiitclufl and Individ
uai brethren und sisters are requested
to eti.l him contribution*. large or
small, for tliat purp<?c. Giecuvrile is
in a healthy mountain repioti. ami is
reached by Railroad, via Columbia, S.
C. For further information, Catalogues,
&? ., address Rev. Jam kb P. BoYCK,
(Chairman of Faculty J any of the
Professors, or
B. MAN I.V, Jr.,
Secretary of the Faculty.
July 15 if.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
SllKltltVs dffu'E,
Camden, S. C., Ju'v 12,1SG0.
B\r virtue of Sundry Writs oi' Ji.fn.
to idc directed and lodged. I will
proceed to Sell iii front, of the Court
it.......;.. r..,?,t... a? . i.? \i i.,v
second d iy of August next, within the
Icual hours of Silo, the following mentioned
and described property to-wit.:
One Tract of Land situate in Kershaw
County. occupied by Jas. \V. Arrant*,
b unded North and East by 'and*
of Mrs Celia Lock hart, S-uuh by lands
of llarinan Arratits, and S. M. Boykin,
West by buds of the estate of William
Arrant*; I ho land now occupied by S.
.M. Hoy kin and wife, Eliza, containing
three hundred acres Levied upon as
the property of the estate of William
Arrants, deceased, at the suit of S. M.
Boykin and wife, Eliza, Executor and
Executrix, dc tan tort.
also
Defendants interest in four hundred
(400) acres of land in Kershaw County,
in the fork of Big Lynches Creek,
hounded North bv lands of the Estate
,.r \r?. m..ft Vl?t? ,.f
<ico. King, West by lands of Wtley
Brannnn, .South by Htile Lynches Creek.
Levied upon as the property of .James
Cliburn, at the suit of Louisa .McNaugltton,
ct. al.
also
On Tuesday the day following, at
Defcndcnts residence, Twenty two (2-)
miles North-East of Cumden, at 1 jl
o'clock, M., will be sold, One Buggy.
One Wagon, One Side-Beard "&c , One
Cof, One Sieer, and One Hundred
Pounds Bacon. Levied upon as the
property of James II. Brown, et. al.
ALSO
Two Lots, with Dwelling and Buildings
thereon, situate in the Town of
Camden, on West side of Lmloton
Street, known and distinguished in the
| plan of said Town, as Lots N". 901 and
902, fronting East on Lyttlefon Street,
, one hundred seventy-three feet each.?
Levied upon as the property of Mrs
Martha B. Villepigue, at the suit of
Austin Lloyd.
Terms, Cash, purchasers paying for
Stamps utid Papers.
J. P. UOSWELTj,
S. K. C.
\ July 15. 8t
Tax Xoticc.
TIIE office of the County Treasurer
W?ll be opened for collection of Slate
and County Taxes, on and alter the
first day of July.
The rate of Tax is fixod at 8-4 of 1
per cent for State 3 10 of 1 porccut for
County Tax.
D. L. ?eSAUSSUHK,
"County Treusurcr.
1 , Per F. L. PUELPSrDeputy.
%
DISSOLUTION ~Pli
THE Copartnership heretofore existing
between the t-ubseribers under name of J
Doby & Ballard, has been d'Psolvcd
by mutual consent, 'flic business ol rT!
the fi. in will be settled by Mr. Duby. x
to uliotii nil claims will Lc presented, ted
and all payments made. " 0
JOHN DOB7, tot
L. F. BAIJLAHD. wi>
July 15. 3t. 'fit
so
REHSHaW?In Equity. . Gai
W. W Stokes, ) Old
v* [ Bill. ??P
Jos. H. Stokes, ef al. ) l h'
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the '-v?
- - i \? _ (
Court that Jackson Muggins, ana Martha
S his wife, Hardy E S okes, Sarah ,
Aon McCaskill, and Joseph I,. Stokes, Ul
parlies (lelciidaot to this Hill of Complaint
are absent from ami residing with
ut the limits of this State, It is oldered
on iin.tiou ot Del'a-s & Hay, complainants
Solicitors, that the said tie- |
f ndant's do plead, answer or detour, to
the said bill w thin forty davs, or an or
der procoiifesso will be issued against
i hem. CAI
. SniVKR, Clerk.
July 15. tf. ic'
NU
IN 01 ICE. si
Dkp. U S. Marshal's' ffice. q/i
ta.mden, July 13tll, IbCU. o
A III. person.-interi sti d in ten wooden |
package* ol tobacco, one two horse wa?on
and cover, one dout) le haitu ss, the pio- r i
peiity ,-eir.ed.by Frank (*oss,d*jf. Col. 2d
div. 1st" Dist. of S. 0 , 'or violation of P
Internal Ilevenue, are hereby notified
to be and appear before the Hon. U. S.
Court, to be lioldeti in Charleston S. I!. Ad
"ti the fi st Monday in October next at p
11 n'cloek to sliow cause, if any, why o-s
the said article-should not be forfeited
( I tlm United States. fi?e(
.1. A. BOS WELL. < o:
Special Dep. U S. Marshal. PIj|t
julv 15 Sin. or |(
of in
YAUGHAN'S a8''
I MILLS. ers.
TH i-.SE mills, located mx mile* north T
of Camden. uie in complete order, and hy ,j
the Mibseriber is ready t?? attend prompt- paid
iy to llo* rail of -customers. The repu- "''h
laiiwii ilir.-c mills have acquired, reii- ]iny
dor it U'Micccsiary t? Pay more than the
that the Miliscriher will continue to give w*ih
them his personal attention, and guaratitecs
that their high charaectcrshull be AS
niaiirtaiutd. ^ad
J. II. VAUODAN. 8h"rrp
July 8. 3t. THl
Lancaster Lr tiger copy three times ***[
and forward bill. WB1I
IN BANKItUI>TOY~
In the matter of B. M. BRO ? N Bankrupt.
T|
mi hah
To whom it mug Lmirrrn. OLI
THE undersigned hen by gives notice
ot his appoititmcnt as Assignee of B
M. Brown, in the District of Ker reivi
sltaw, and S ate of Si uth Carolina,
within the said District, who lias been ^)r,|j
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own pe- Ann
litiou, by W. I. Clawson, Registrar ol J"?"
the saij District Court Com
- J. W. VcCURRV,
Assignee. r ?
July 1- 3t. Jm
~~fx BANKRUPTCY
I Iii the matter of SAMUEL SI11VEH,
Bankrupt.
To whom it mm/ Concern.
. TIC
THE undersigned hereby gives notice
of his appointment us Assignee of J!
Samuel Shiver, in the County of Ker- shaw,
and State of South Carolina, 0
within the Raid District, who has been JJ'
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition
by W. I. Clawson, Registrar, of
he said District Court. w"?
JAS. L. BKASINGTON, *]
Assignee. ?
July 1, 3t.
In I
I Filial Notice tu Creditors.
PERSONS having claims ou Johu W.
Arthur, deceased,or .Mrs. Cornelia Arthur,
Administratrix, will present them Til
at once to 'l
WM. M. SHANNON; Vun
June 24?tf. Attorney. castl
witl
l-UBB g
Frcncii Bra:.dy and Wines, ^
F'/r Medicinal Curix/ics. T
J
This is a pure article of Brandy as it
was bought out of tho Custom House
and can be relied on as being pure aud
ginuiuc. ?
HODGSON & DITNLAP. frj
Scegers'
Unadulterated Ale ~
i
LAGEK BEER, u
IAGER BEER containing Copperas, nnd
J ALE doctored with Salt, Lime and Alint
are the latest adulterations discovered in New L,i
York. Proless-tr MAPES, ol New York,
analyzed the BEER tiom a dozen different Ai
Breweries, end all were found adulterated Rjce
with noxious substances. It is said that the mesi
sale ol drugs to Brewtries is a profi.able part
of the trade. This is perfectly infamous.?
Cocculus Indicus [lish berry] Nux Vomica,
dog button, Irom which S rychnine is obtain- *
ed. are some ol the delectable sulia'ances
found in BEER. These are potent poisons, own
nnd the Brewer found usinc them should be and
drowned at ince in one of his own rats
P. S?! ntn willing !o l>e drowned injny
own RATS; if any impurities shall be found
in my BEER.
I shall continue to make a HEALTHFUL
BEVERAGE, so that it inoy be drank By the
most delicate without.the least danger. ?
. ; . . JOHN C SEEGERS, ??
June 24?8in. ^ Columbians. C,
iotograplis, Ambrotjpes,
1 AND
'ERREOTYPES.
IIK undersigned Photojrrr.phij Artist
ol (Jharlottc, N. C . having fitup
u SKY-M<?HT GALLEHY in
i kniuii's Pudding, is imw prepared
nke all kinds of Pictures. Those
lung *0 have tlu-ir heauty countered.
will have an opportunity to do
No pictures allowed to have tlie
lory unless peifectly satisfactory ?
I I layuerrcnfypos or Ambrutypcs
icd into uny m'zj; large or unull
>togruphs and Pictures put up neutin
Lockets, Breastpins and Kings.
!all soon n9 my May is limited,
'all and see specimen at Workman's
ilding, over Bauui Bros, Store.
N. LANG,
Tunc 10?3t. Photographer.
PIKDMONT
JF? \mm t'OHPAXV,
OK RICHMOND, VA.
PITAL INVESTED AND
'ELL SECURED". 1100.000
SMIU\1S EARNED KIR ST
i months over goo.ooo
MBKR OF POLICIES 1SLJKD
OVER..- 3.100
\'y-S> cm ant/ a Ihtlf j/er cent urn
f /* ptli'tf t'i I'ofiry Ilnltlrr*.
osure lour Liieio a houmern
Company.
jife Insurance Policy is'tho sorest
irotectioii y>u cun secure for those
dependent upon you.
vantages of the Piedmont.
is confine'! to Life Insurance only., and
not mix with the uncertainty ot other
ncss.
he rights of policy holders are clearly tiei
>n its poiicies us PART OK THE
^ TRACT, nnd not left to OUTSIDE
LMISESu! Agents.
has no useless restrictions on residence
nvel: fully provides tor the tton-lorieimre
9 policies and places all on luir equality
> occupation.
has declared a dividend to its policy holdhe
first Eighteen months ot 40 per cent,
he lute war taught many the heavy penol
heirg st'itarated from the Home Olfire
he Companies forfeiting what had been
and and refusing to reinstate the policies
e PIEDMONT" provides against this
IER POL1CIKS and all v.ho mny, hy
mishap or revolu'iun. be sept-rated from '
Office, thd right to reinsiate policies I
lin one year after intervening rause ts reed.
or to be ENTlTl/ED TO SAME
HTS AS T> NON-KORFEITURE.
THOUGH THE HINDERING CAUSE
never ex.sred, at the option ol the in*
d, so that no contingency can inke from
POLICY HOLDERS their just rutins.
. . . nif MA ATUPJ CUM
l"? 13 D Z 1VW w limn
<Y.
has paid nU its losses promptly, without
ing lor the NINETY days grace, and
never contested a claim,
irties contemplating insuring, are request)
examine oar policies and compare them
other companies before insuring,
lie COMPANY lias determined to pstaba
BRANCH OFFICE in SOUTH CARNA
with President and Directors selecton)
Policy Holders of this State, which
tiive rou all ihe advantages o* a HOME
TI TUT IOTV as all the Premiums re?d.
will be left here and invested in your
State.
te PIEDMONT" issues PoIicies-?n the
nary Lile. Ten Annual Payment,. Five
ual Payment. Sinele Payment, Endowt,
Joint Life. Children 8 Endowment,
irn Premium, or any Table used by other
paiuies.
W. CLYbURN, Agent. ^
Cnnulrn. S. C.
. STEGER, Gen'I Canvassing Agent,
ay 13. 3tn
F. J. COLLIER & CtrS
tESORI PTION STORE;
. . nnno/iorn
lilSU.NJ* ' WlSI'lt p HlJlOl/nj/)ATS
tilled, will be accommodated
II hours.
laving just received afresh Eupply
RUGS AND MEDICINES.
are prepared to accommodate all
may favor us with a call,
lay 13. tf.
IN BANKRUPTCY:he
matter of J. J. FUNDERBURK,
Bankrupt.
To whom it may Conrern
E undersigned hereby gives notice
is appointment as Assignee of J. J.
derburk, in the County of Laner,
and thfc State of South Curoliua,
iin the said district, who has been
idged a Bankrupt uyon his own pe- i
n, by W. I. Clawsou Registrar of
said Di?trlot "Court.
JOS. M. GAYLE,
une 3?3t. Assignee. |
ICEI)
?ODA WATER
ESII from the FOUNTAIN,
For Sii'c by
HODGSON & DUNLAP. ,
"vritn irnn P ft. t*(\
LUJ5 1 MUlVTi oc
M1MISSI0X MEKl'lIAXTS,
CHARLESTON, S (J
SNTS CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL
STEAMSHIP LINK.
Ivanre* mnde on shipments of Colton,
i nmi Naval Stores to Foreign and Dolie
Ports.
FOUND.
l SITjVKlt WATCII, which the
icr can have by describing the same
paying for this Advertisement.
JOSKPH GOODALR.
Stationary, &c.
5, Paper, Pons, Pencils, Mucilage
For Sole by
HUDGSON & DUtf LAP.
nn UPP ICTC A ivn A Pi iTIIRC A RIES.
UliLUUiOl kJ Xill rn^ ?M.m. xy A 7
Have on hand and arc constantly receiving fresh sopp'ies of ?
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,^
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, AC.
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS, CHIMNIES, Puiuts,
Oils, Y.?ruishcs, Window Glass, Putty, Brashes, Ac,
AND - : S-f
ALL OTHER ARTICLES ?
Usually lcopt in our line, all of which arc IUIIE AND CENUINE, and varrunted
to be as nprcseutcd, which we will sell as cheap as they can be bought
auv where in the State.
HODGSON & DUNLAP;.
' ' ' v _* ?z. . %
May 6.
NEW ARRIVALS. ~ "
' :vl ?9flV
* . rJ
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS:
f
"W-e aro now receiving and opeuing a wcll-sclcctcd stock of , .
Spring and Summer Goods, 3
*. viiaiaj m ~
Consisting of the Newest Styles of PRINTS.
: . 7; :
LADIES' DRESS GOODSj,
LADIES' HATS, V,:
And various other articles. Also?a large assortment of
Gent's. Spring and Summer Clothing,
Cassimeres and Linens, of all qualities.
4 ' 1 ' "
I* aa ^ i.Ct*?
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. L.Z"} *
v
. 'f (
Of these, we have a fine assortment. Also, Fashionable
ALPINE HATS.
WHITE AND COLORED.
Our usual assortment of
HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
AND
CROCKERYWARE.
The above Goods having been selected with great care, and bought forCASS,
ive offer them very low foi the CASH. . . 1
Call and examine our stock and you will find it to your interest. ->
We take this occasion to thank our friends and the public generally, for the
rory liberal pntronage bestowed on us, nnd it shall always be our aim to continue
to merit the same by selling at the lowest possible prices.
BAUM BEOS.
March 18.
DLKALIt HOUSE, I TOWN TAXES.
I. W. Rodgcrs?Proprietor. D u E 1 ^ 1869.
r a llf F) P \T Cl p. THE Books for the collection of Town
1 * k * Taxes for the fiscal year, ending tho^
TVOTTUP v/Vxrn r irn 31st of December, I?68, will be open
J.NSUlvE 1 OUlc EI EE at tho Council Chamber from now until >
IN TIIE the 15th day of May; and after that
4 . time, Executions will be issued against
St. LOUIS Mutual all delinquent Tax Payers. "
INSURANCE COMPANY. % "*wWiinur, ci?t
J. W. RODGEHS, Agent. April 1. . tf
CAMD EX, S. C.
1 NOTICE. - 7-:*
CTTTp ALL persons having demands againat*
the cstato of John Kirkland, deceased,
YvUr Money and Freight will present them duly attested wijiin,
" the time prescribed by law. TIlia'no*
BY THE tjcc wj|j j)e p|ca(j jD jjar WJ0
SOUTHERN EXPRESS. I fail to comply. Thrse indcbt.d to the
said estate will make immediate pay*
OFFICE AT THE lueut to
DBKALB HOUSE- JESSE A. KIRKLANDa

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