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who;kxows ?
How 8trango it- is that poets should suppose
There is no poetry about the nose,
When it is plain as noso on any face?
That a noseless fate, lacks all poetic grace.
Noses have syn.puthy a lover knows,
For noses oft' are touched when lips arc
kissing,
And who would earc to kiss if nose were missing?
j
Aud where would bo the oder of the rose ? j
Or, where would he the earthly means of toiling !
Whether vile or wholesome odoitflows
Around us, if we had no means of smelling? j
I know a riose.fi nose no other knows,
Neath sparkling eyes, o'er ruby lips, it grows {
T> ... I- . ? r> ??r1 mitfi/i in if c lvl/AVlW I
WUU\y iU i'O *W?u? U.UOiV IM *%?
0
Late News from Europe.
resignation op tiie British ministry? j
THE WAR ON THE CONTINENT? IIATTLK
NEAR VEKONA.
The steamer Saxnnia. from Southamp*
ton on the morning of the 2Tth of June,
arrived at New York last Sunday night
at 9 o'clock. The following is a sum*
mary of her news:
england.
The laying of the Atlantic cable com
mences on the 30th.
In the House of Lords nn the 25th
Lord Russell announced that in conse*
quence of the late hostile vote in the
House of Commons, the Ministry had
tendered their resignation to the Queen,
who invited them to reconsider ibeir determination,
and they awaited the result
of an interview with the Queen on the
26th, before declaring definitely their
rgsolutiou. The House was adjourned
In the House of Commons on the 25th
Mr. Gladstone said that Lord Russell and
his colleagues had tendered their resign
nation, auu ttwuiucu n pci^uiia* iuhuich
with the Queen, when the House ad"
journed.
The Queen has accepted the resignation
of the Ministers. The Times thinks
that Lord Derby will form a uew ministry,
with LordjStanley as foreign minister*
SPAIN.
A military revolt took place at Madrid
and Barcelona. Seven hundred of
the insurgents took refuge in France and
were disarmed and conveyed to Ceret.
One hundred were killed and wounded
in the revolt at Madrid.' Tranquility
now prevails.
I
THE GERMAN WAK.
The Italian army > crossed the river j
Mincio without meeting any opposition
from tlie Austrians. They then pushed
on towards Pcscliicra, Lombard)', but
~were repulsed by a short cannonade from
the forts of that stronghold.
The Italian army was finally cncoim)
tercel t>y tDe Auatnans in great xorce m
f.l* Vasoivi, , .ft.n/X j?. gr^at
tie commenced- Tho Austrians had re?
pulsed^both wings of the Italian army,
bui the fight was still going on.
Negotiations for tho capitulation, on
lonorable terms, of the Hanoverian
irmy had been agreed upon between the
commander of the Hanoverian array
and the commander of the Prussian
forces.
The Prussians have advanced into
Upper Silesia and Bohemia.
The Prussians easily repulsed the
Austrian Hossars, owiog to the etfective
power of the "Needle-gun."
Prince Charles' army met no resistance
in crossing the Bohemian frontier. It is
expected that General Benedek will
' debouch from Bohemia with the main
body of his army (Austrian) upon Garlitz,
compelling the Prussians to evacuate
Saxonv. bv a flank attach. Tho
V ' ?/ B
Prussians are 'arming Coblcntz and
Ehrenbreitstein fortresses as a defence
against the Southern Germans.
LATER.
Sunday's engagement between the
Anstrians and Italians, near Verona,
lasted all day, ending in the complete
defeat of the Italians, who were corumandod
by the Kingi Both armies
fought most bravely, but the Italians
were repulsed at all points, after a severe
and bloody struggle. The Italians recrossed
the Mincio on Sunday evening.
Prince Amcdeas was wounded. The
Austiians captured 2,000 prisoners.
The Austrians then took Oastazza by assault
and occupied Bonnie.
Nothing is known of Gen. Bcnedck's
* t movements. The Prussians attacked
Oswiecin and Gallacia, and were beaten
off with loss by the Austrians. The
Hanoverian army escaped through the
Prussian Corns and reached Mfiininrrt.n.
- L ^
The Prussians will not blockade the
Hanoverian ports nor seize private property.
liarabaldi intends niarchiDg through
Tyrol diroci to Munich.
STILL LATER.
I
The King expectR to receive assistance
from the Bavarian army. A Lcipsic
dispatch of the 26th states that a Prussian
army corps had arrived there, destined
to operate against Bavariu.
A Berlin dispatch of the 26th states
that it is positively announced that the
T^anoverian army is completely sur*
'nunded, and that the demand;u| the
King for twenty-four hours deliberation
oh the terms of capitulation had been
granted. *
A Florence dispatch of the 26th says
that the papers published there assert
that the want of success in the first battle,
is but a new motive for redoubled
euergy and perseverance. The country
\- had full confidence in the army, and the
\ war against Austria would be continued
until the complete liberation ol Yenitia
v had been accomplished.
Trouble in the Camp. !
A peal of thunder from ft clear sk}* j
could not have startled the 'loaders 01;
the Congressional party near so much j
as the neat little message of the Presi- i
dent on the Constitutional amendments.
It was the more effective because totally
unexpected. It was truly a home
thrust It struck the revolutionary
junta in its mo>t vulnerable part. It
foil like a twenty-inch shell into their
very headquarters, and produced a
complete panic in their camp. It lias
utterly demolished their latest and
most cunningly-devised artifice to circumvent
< onstitution and swindle the
people. The chief of the star chamber
raves -with impotent rage at this misfortune.
His sworn henchmen swear
dior vengeance against everything and
everybody, but are at a loss what to
do. The success of this scheme was
their last hope. Upon it they had cast
the whole fortune of their desperate
and unholy enterprise. Now inevitable
-1 . _ x X xT xt. ~ V
ueicui suires uiluji xii ill*-; iulu.
National Intcllcgcitcer.
A terrible accident occurred
lately at a large cattle fair of Lc
Blanc. Just as business was at
its height, a sudden panic seized
the oxen brought there for sale,
which to the number of more
than 1,200, set off at a furious
speed in every direction, overthrowing
everything in their
wav. At last they came to a
wall and hedge inclosing a field,
both of which were borne down
by the shock, and the animals
escaped into the country round.
As the ground on the outside of
the fence was about four feet
lower than on the inside, eight
oxen fell on each other, carrying
with them seven or eight persons
who happened to be near the
spot. At the foot of the wall
two men were found crushed to
death, and four others severely
injured. Two oxen were killed.
Seventeen persons received less |
serious hurt by being thrown;
down and trampled on.
mumi
AT I
P. H- MOOJRE'S. |
2nd door above Bell d: Malhoon. I
rl>]ir-: r^LLowixc'r consistsin* part;
1 OF ilY STOCK:
DRY coons. !
Poplins, Calicoes, Swiss Muslins. .J:i,'aor?k,.,s. 1
Long Clothes, brown Shirting. T.itwn, :
Toweling, Chnllie?, Hosiery. Kr-noii Cers'-lf, 1
latest und most improved styles; Hoop-phir:?, j
Kid Gloves, Ac. Ac..
HATS AND CAPS.
40 dozen Hots and Caps, nil quality and sizes.
20 ' Ladies and Misses Mat;,?latest
Spring stvlc.
BOOTS' AND HI 10MS.
SO dozen .pair Boots and Shot s, totifi?ting tn 1
pert as follows: I
Culfand Kip Skin Boots. Gentlemen's l!i>otcts i
finest stylo; Brogans, Balmorals. Ac.
Ladies line Polish Boots; ladies Balmorals, '
Gaiters, Slippers, fee., in every variety- i
TRt'.N'KS AN D VALISKS,
Of everv description and size.
COTTON CARL'S.
20dozen Whittemore'sliest Cotton Cards.
GROCERIES, PRODUCE, !:v.
Crushed, Clarified and Brown Sugars: ColTe?,'
Soda, Wine and Butter Crackers, Cheese. RaiFons.
Candies, French and American; Flour,
Potatoes, ie.
HARDWARE.
Shovels, Spades, Trace Chains, Collin's Axes, j
Scives, Padlocks, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
?c.,
The above extensive stock of goods wil!*h?
sold at a small advance on the original cost. Jut '
cash
If you do not fee what you wish, call 1
P.M. liOOME. |
February lo.
Notice to Physicians.
The publication of the
Southern Medical and Surgical
Journal .will ho resumed on the 1ft of
July, IStiG?Third Series. It will he
issued every alternative month, each
?,:il I..,.,* ..,1
nuui trui Limifiiii uo K'itM. wur uuuui t'w
and scv*cuty>six pages of reading matter,
and will be equal in Bizc to the largest
American and European journals.
The price will be only FIVE DOLLARS
per annum, in advance.
It will ho edited by Da Jolepii Joseb. :
assisted by many of the most distiu- :
guished Physicians in the country.
Subscibers will plense send in their
orders and subscriptions as soon as pnssi- i
ble, so that the number of copies to be !
printed may be regulated accordingly.
a/lv/irtK-iMitnnfD incar^Ai! nn *???* *
liberal terms.
E. II. PUGHE,
Printer and Publisher.
Augusta Ga.
Post Office*
Camden, S. C., April 27, 1866.
nnur mail will be conveyed
-? from this office to Sumter tri-weoklv.
Leave Camden on Monday Wednesday
and Friday, at 7 o'clock A. M.
' Arrive at Camden at 5 o'clock P. M.
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of
each week until further notice.
Mail closed at 6 1-2 A. M.
SajF* Office hours from 9 A. to 11
A. M. and half an hour after the arrival
of the mail.
JST Sundays, from 9 1-2 to 10 A. M.
j. m. gaylk,
April 27?tf. Acting P. M.
v\ ii ^irr^iii J I fij i iit iBWttptBwm
"PROCLAMATiON J
i
]}y His Excellency Jaiies L. Oke, Governor
and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State of South Carolina.
WHEEEAS> MA-J- GEN. SICKLES,
^ * commanding Department of the
Carolinas, on tho 2Gth instant, by Special
C'rdcr No. 19, has directed that
Tvhite persons in Military cusiody,
fl?nrrrf>fl vvifli Eplrmies nr mi.sdeme?nors
on tlio persons and property of colored
persons, shoull be turned over t? tho
civil authorities for trial, and that like
eases arising hereafter will bo disposed
of in tho same munnor :
And whereas, this Order?so gratifying
t> tli<5 feelings and sentiment of the
people of this fcitule?is based upoi the
legal opinion of Chief Justice Duikin,
given upon tho urgent request of this
Department, and communicated to
(ion. Sickles: 1st. That persona of
color, under the 2Uth and 30th sections
of the "Actto organize District Courts,"
aro competent witnesses in the Court
of Sessions in all cases of felony committed
by whites on the person or property
of a person of color. 2d 7hat
they arc competent to inako affkhvits
and sue out warrants against whit? in
felonies and misdemeanors, and als) to
testily before Grand Juries in such
cases, as well as 011 tho trial beforethc
Petit Jury. And 3d. That until the
District Oudgos are commi sioned,tho
Court of General Sessions reiains jurisdiction
of cases of misdemeanor committed
by whites on the person or property
of colored persons, Chief Juitico
Dunkiji says: "The Court of Cetera!
Sessions had always cognizance 0: offences
committed by white parous'
against tho person or property ?f a 1
person of color." In the case of ttate
vs. Hill, 2d Spear, 150, which wto an
iudictmcut against a whito persot for
assault; and battery on a free person of
color, it was not only so riucti, uutro- ]
cognized as well settled law for won;'
than half a century. The I>isi?ict j
Courts of December, 15-100, not bnv.ng!
linen put in operation, J. suppose :in:'
general jurisdiction ? !' iho Court of:
oe.ssiouH remain; ami I understand tlat!
such has been tilt; ruling of the Circtii i
Judges in reference to eases of haauuly ,
ami vagrancy which have ccme bclirc i
them.
'l'iie yiltli section, Act ISO A prnviies
"that in every case, civil and criniiial, !
in winch a person of color is a pa:ty,
or ivirich aiiects tin; person or property j
oi' a person of color, persons of Color :
shall bo competent witnesses." It is a i
remedial .Statute ami mu-t bo construed |
vi tC\ i*tt
is, thai persons of color aro competent i
to testify before Grand Juries and Ma- j
gislratcs in criminal cases touching tiic
person or property of persons of color. \
And whereas, the security of tl:o j
liberty of the citizens arising from his j
right to be tried by a jury of the peers, J
oau only be retained, in the present J
anomalous condition of tin* country,
by the civil ollieers of the Statu executing
thu principles contained in the
opinion of the justly distinguished
Chief Juctico, in good faith and with
an earnest desire to giro security and
*'
protection to t-hor persons and property j
of tho colored population.
And to the end that this high privi-1
lege may he retained by tlio good peo- j
pie of the .State, I, James I. Oia:, '.rove
ri tor of the suid .State, do proclaim j
and declare, that it is tlic duty of every |
Civil Magistrate to give careful jjonsid-1
oration to every complaint made to him j
by a person ol' color against a white
man for any felony or misdemeanor
alledgcd to have been committed against.
the person or property of a person of |
color; and if he, upon such conshlera- j
tion, ccncludes that there aro reasona-1
bio iiTounds for such eomnlaint. .said !
CJ "
Magistrate shall take the affidavit or
such person of color, and issuo liis warrant
against tho ofiender, requiring liis
arre3t and recognizance to appear at
the next term of tho Court of General
Sessions, just us ho would do if tho
party making &ho complaint vroroa
white man; and he will alsa recogniza.
all witnesses by whom the complainant
may desiro to provo the charge, as is
now provided by law, for securing tho
attendance of State witnesses. All
Sheriiis and Constables will promptly,
faithfully and fearlessly execute all i
such warrants a6may be placed in their
hands. ,
And I call upon all good citizens to
aid in the fair and faithful execution of
the laws of this State, as expounded
tho Chief Justice ; and very soon the
earnest wish exnressedbvtho command
ing General in Orders No. 19, (published
herewith for tho information of
the people) "that it will not bo loig
before it may bo truly said, that no
olfenco against tho peace, and no injury
to the person or property, of even tie
humblest inhabitant, may bo commi'tfd
with impunity in tho State of Sou'h
Carolina,'' will bo happily realized.
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State, at the City of
[ls.] Columbia, tho 30th day of Jure,
1866, and in the ninetieth year
of the Independence of the TJxited
States of America. >,
; JAMES L OEE, Governor.
Wm. K. HuNir, Secretary of State.
?
II |11 lit?itMWBa?
HEADQUARTERS,
Department of the Cabolinas,
Columbia, S. C., Juno 26,1866. |
[Sjjciiul Orders No. 19.] |
1A11 white persons in Military cus
lody in the State of South Carolina,
charged with felonies or misdemeanors,
will be tnrned over to tho civil authorities
of the United States, or of the State, i
for trial, according to the nature and
character of the offence charged, and
of the jurisdiction of the Court having
legal cognizance Bof the offence.
II. Where white persons and persons
of color are charged as principals,
accessories or accomplices, in any
offence, the accused will be rotated in
custody* and the case, with the evidence,
reported to these Headquarters for instructions.
III. Post C oinmanders making arrests
of civilians for offences other than
ihosc triable by Provost Courts, will
examine the complainant and his witnesses
under oath, together with any
witnesses proffered by tho accused;
such testimony, with the statement of
tho accused, if ho desires to be heard,
shall bo reduced to writing and forwarded
to tho Headquarters of the
Military Commandant of tho State,
with a report of tho action of the Post
Commander and his remarlcs upon the
ease.
IV. Tho refusal or negloct of any
civil officer to perform ah official act,
properly required of him by an aggrieved
party seeking redress in the
civil tribunals, whereby a failuro of
justice ensues in tho prosecution of the
class of offenders remitted to the civil
jurisdiction by this order, will bo
promptly reported by any officer cognizant
to tho same.
V. In publishing tho subjoined correspondence
for tho information und
guiduneo of all concerned, ihe MajorGeneral
commanding desires to impress
tho troops with ihe .sentiments of respect
and deference for tho civil authority
that influence his own action in
co operation with the Executive of tho
Statu, so that tranquility may bo secured
by the means and agencies most congenial
to tho people. To this end, he
solicits tho aid of all good citizens in
repressing conduct tending to disturb
public order; and ho trusts that it will
not bo long before it may bo truly said
that no oh'eneo against the peace, and
no injury to tho person or property of
oven the- humblest inhabitant, may bo
committed with impunity in the State
of Suutli Carolina.
]'v coiiuvi.hhI of
Aluj. Gen. I). E. SICKLES.
.0. II. Halt, Ercvot Drig. Gen. and
A. A. G July III?It.
i i/' Ail papers in tlie Stale copy one
time.
TlJjEL<dZ51PJZ2C2*I?ZTZ2>
OF
THE SUMTER NEWS, j
^11H UNDER SIGNED riiOI'OSEj
viiv' to at Sumter, S. C., on or!
about the lirat of .lime, lSfju, a weekly !
paper, to he entitled
"THE SUMTER NEWS."
This journal will be d-volcd to literature..
molality and general iutnlligcuec,
and the promulgation of the occurrences
of the day?political and general?-which
may be of interest, to the people.
Ao pains ov expense will be spared hy
the proprietor to render hits pap-r acceptable
to all < lasses of rtailers. JIo
confidently refers to his loripj experience
(of 32 years) in the past as a journalist,
to secure for him tiic pntrouage of the
people of his District.
lie congratulates himself that lie' can
select for the inauguration of his enterjnise
no better occasion than tlio present.
At the t.-riniuation of a long and bloody
struggle, in which the principles of free
government have been over-ridden and
the Constitution tiample! under foot?
in which nil the angry passions of frail
and ening human nature have been excited
and exercised?the Angel of Peace
is now about to unfold her wings over
all sections of our country, and onco
again to gather around her the goodness,
hie strength and the magnitude of the
American Union. At such a tiuie as
this, lie can have no better landmarks by
which, for (he good of his country, to
direct his course than the Union, the
Constitution and the President of the
United States, and he pledges himself to
sustain, as far as he is able, die purity
and integrity of the one, and the firm
ness, the patriotism, and the statesman- i
ship of the other.
To the jjeoplc of Sumter District he
confidently appeals for their sympathy
and patronage.
Identified ;:s he has ever been with
them and their interest in the past, he
ashs to be allowed the same privilege in
;he future. ITo expects to build up for
them a District paper, the cour?c of
which will he consistent, prudent aud j
patriotic, and one which he hopes will not j
he wanting in its iuflucnce on the cduca-1
tion and training of the rising genera- ?
tion.
The services of an able and talented '
editor haVe been secured, who will devote
his time and ab'litics to the entertainment
and instruction nf his patrons,
and who will ink pleasure in seconding
the efforts of the undersigned, to fender
THE SUMTER NEWS worthy of the
confidence and support of a discriminate
public.
For further information as to terms,
<fec., address rac at Sumter, S. C.
U. L. DARK.
June 1?
COOKING WINE and EXTRACTS
for sale by
HODGSON & DTJNLAP. '
WM.M. SHANNON, '
ATTOBWCT AT LAW & SOLIC
IIOK I\ EQUITY.
Office at Jircnch Hank.
September 1 . Smos.
JTM. DAVIS, f .
ATTORI EY AT E A W.
C3P Onir.c, That formerly occupied byC^'?M.
cthnunon
August <k
. J. B. KERSHA"W~
moaser aid soucitor,
Office, Broad Street, Camden, S. C.
(gf A limited number of Htudents will bu
carefully prepared for the Bar.
Aup?\st *25 |
J.D.DUNLAP,
ATTORNEY AT LA W.
Office at the Court House, Camden, S. C.
December 22. ly.
WM. R. TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY.AT LAW & MAGISTRATE.
HE TCILL ALSO ATTEST} TO THE FROSK
'JUTllWJ UP PENSION CLAIMS.
Office, pne doer south of Rodgers' Boardinghdjiw,
on Broad street, Camden, S, C.
February 23.. 'Jmo.
w. l. depass;
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOtLICHOK
IN EQUITY.
OJJicc.'Broad Street, nearly opposite the Court
/ House,
Camden, S. C.,
?2J"Will attend to eases before the Superior
ami Circuit Provost Courts in tho list rie tot
Eastern South Carolina, and especially to the
collection of all claiirts for property against tho
Government.
September 1 i
HOME "I
INSURANCE CO,
OF NEW YORK.
-:o:cask
capita).?two million" i;ol- j
i.aps.
Asset is 1st Jnlv; ltWj, S3.7M.C<IO,Of..
Liabilities, "* " 118,?'.i>/.7t;.
i
CI IAS. A MAP.T1X. President. |
\. ]'. WILLMAPvfil. Vice Pre.Vt. I
JOllX MfljEK, Scerctarv.
.1. *1. WAS Hit GUN. Ass'i Sc-'ry.
If . T T I .
?? i,'. !.!. ww? . * jw ,
Oaisii::n. r=n. t'.\
JiiTlt! :1'7 | V.
c7etholmec
Commission Merchant,
A CCOJ/.V0 /),l TIOX y*HA liF,
Charleston. S- CC^'A
Mention given to * I?o stile of j
COTTON', FLO I'll, WHEAT, AND
OT1! Kit PIIOi)UCE, ANI) TO FILLING
OF 01!!iEIIS.
Feu-rat, Cm. J. i>. Ker.-!'-tv.\ G'.-n
J. 1>. f\<-ttiixly Mini C.'ipt. \V. Z. Ltitnor.
.' i*|tic!i)ber 10. ly.
"PAVILION EG TEL,~
cjiarij:STO.\\ ,v. C.
Hates of Hoard per day 83.00
U 1.. liUTTEL'FI KLD, '
March :>0?:r rmpnelor.
r iiavk just orK^Hfl ixtiik store !
-1 one door helow I)r.' Afounjr's :mi cu'iirvly *1
new sine!, of 1?':V fiOOIkS and (IUOCKHIKS,
consisting of articles most SUlTAJJhK lo iho
Willi is ami necessities ol llio community at ibis
tinm.
Jty strict attention to husines. selling goods
at a reasonable uric ami keeping constantly
on" ltaud such articles as are most in demand, I
liope 10 receive a fair share of custom.
jSTilv terms are strictly (.Wi.
J JONES.
August 2i
Pure French Brandy
A ND WINES FOR MEDICINAL
purposes, by *"'
HODGSON & DUNLAI'.
Barber-Shop Removed.
T HAVE REMOVED MY SHAVING
iL MhJ IT I Ir^u^iriir Sialrmti tn tli?? I )i??* I
MMM **"" v, w" r? j
Kalb llousr, occupying the rooui in tin;
roar of Dr. i). L. DoSuussuru's, where 1
am prepared to give entire satisfaction to
all who may favor me with their patronage.
JOHN CHESNUT. .
Jium 1 ?
500 Yards Dress Goods,
ALL KINDS; LADIES', GENTS'
and Hoys' Summer Ilats; a beautiful
stock of Philadelphia Shoes?Ladies'
and Gents'; a feftv pieces Grenadines;
fine Summer I'rints; Notions of all kinds
nt P. II. MOORE'S; I
Teas
Green and black teas?the j
best article imported?at
April 20? T. S. MYERS'.
Good Bargains.
4 LL MY PRESENT ST<,CK OF GOODS
1 < were bought since the heavy decline, and
will be sold very low. P. H. MOORE
New Orleans Molasses,
JUST RECEIVED AND F -P. SALE HY
P. U. M ORE
Family and Self-Raising
Hour,
113ST RECEIVED AND FOll SALE
?l BY P. H. MOORE.
t \ " t . x
mil Tfil >M " 1TW
DRY GO^)I)S,
N. \ % 7 AT
aiiu
Charleston House.
STOLL, WEBB & CO., '
BANCIlom OLD STAND; .
(287 King street, .1 floors below WentwCtil).
\\[K HAVE NOW OI'KNKD AND (fci
}} hand a very large stock of .
dry GOOJHH
offer
Wholesale and
Having had long experience in
Business, before war, vre
Hoods are most needed hv plnn^Hj^^^H^Hj
tonieis generally, and will
hand a Full Stock of Planter's
Wo keep our stock cons tan
I by every sicaraci* with' the
" u rr.-putaiuiiy invue
and consumers c^fl B
our .stock before purchasing
Blankets, Plains, Kerseys, OH B
Shirting, Bleached, Long
land Brown Irish^Hj^^^^^^BBt
JM Bj
"Dress ^ 1
Merinos,
lpVca^PB^BB^^^^^fl
at
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Prospectus of CtaH H
Daily News^^^^H
\\J ILL BE PUBLISH KB
| t ! FIRST Week in August^^^HB^^I
Iter, The Charlrxtou B
Carolinians, the
to interests i^^HHB
and to South;B H
I of the United States will
tit", proper ofdcvntioti^^B^^^^Bj
I for OovornmMit. tB B
| shall he made to make the Jteibt
w^l ^
! of tlio patronage nf thi! public. ^
Our terms, (or t he pr?en'. will be at'tlic rut*
I of ?10 per annum. Mibscri-1 tors received for
I;!, t? and 12 months, payable in advance.
POS'NM ASTERS. ami others throughout tlio
j eoitiitry who may interest themselves inpiocurl
hig subscrintfjiis, will Kv allowed the usual
j per cent age.
1 oathcart. McMillan l morton,
, rropnatorf.
i No. lSlIayne Sirof, Charleston. .S. C.'
GLOBE MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO.,
OFlKWYO K.
ALL P OL1C1 ICS ''jVO J'-/*OH FLITISO'.
?to;? i
pOLICIKS IS.\UKL) HY THIS COMPANY
Jl on CuTOWoii Life and Kia'iowtneiit Tables,
are tion luHoitiujr after tl o tiiir.i yea'*, ?h..t>s, i
the assured discontinue his j.retniuu s ei'lic*.*
Iron) choice or ntcese. y. bo will he outiileu o*
n luli-paid policy l'??r tin? whole amount of premiums
paid. Provided lite assured tlo?s nor.
i:\oce. I 59 jcais oi'age at the issue of the original
Policy.
< >ne of the most inip'>rn5\i objects a tn?u
can have in this world, is to nwli? ) !
1'ami'y will be provided for when I.e is taken
away. You >.lVeot litis 1 lie nioiiant von take'a
Policy 011 youv life in Uvor o/ your inmily.
?Ui'?
E3TD. L. Ilp.?ArssuiiE, M, P., Medical Ex11
tiiiier. \\\ I'. McI'OWaI.I., A
camok.v, So. Ca.
Jannary 26. Jy.
UNDEEWKITEE s% i
AGENCY
W. D- KeEOWALL, Agent,
anoci; s. c.
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TIIRCEtOIASIAKlRi JXSt?R.\XCB (.0
THE 1!AN0TER FIR I INSURANCE C0._
TI1K MAG.:P.A FIRE INSURANCE CV.\
TBE Illil'OLIO FIRE INSURANCE CI'/ J
AU of the city oNtw York. M
HAVE ENTERED 120 AN ARRANGE- ifl
MEXT for iIhj purse of iransucting^^H
together the business of 'IS
or Damage by
OfTice this Town
VKITDRS AGENCY." B
respectfully called
11 fib Ito
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THIS POPULAR j?.D WELL .V
^?*fcc known HOTEL is now fUlly
li'JlywL open l'or the reception of visi- 1
8Bt.iTfnfi33k- tors, having been re furnished /
with new an elogant furniture throughout, and
offers to the traveler accommodations and conveniences
as a PI KST-Ci ASS HOTEL, not to be
U?.?,llfar1 K,f .,?? W-.U C?..fU mi
cviuaiftv* %JJ uuj, iiVilli "I WV|((>U? i|lt! ^lawux*
agoof'tho travi iingpuiOicis ro8;ectfully solicited./'
JOSEPH PUKOELL, Proprietor
Bates of Board per day, $4,00.
/ " " per month, as may be agree
01. '
/ February-3. >, .V
Gum Drog^.
FRF.SH GUM PROPS AWPEI: PEftSir
Lozenges, for salo b^yE
December 1.1.

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