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'Let our Ju ct Censure
Attend the True Event.'
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 9. 1870
VOL. YI-NO. 18.
TUo Immigration Convention*
The foiloyyirig'' \a the report of the
Committee ou Industrial Resources, sub?
mitted by the Ch air m au, B. F. Cr ny ton,
-your Committee, feeling assured that
tho very comprehensivo character of the
duty assigned them, viz: that of report?
ing on tho industrial resources of the
State, is,' itself, an evidence that no ex?
haustive treatment of the subject is ex?
pected by the convention, nor even a
Bpeoifio account of what has been done
towards the developement of their re?
sources, limit themselves to a few general
considerations, as to. their nature, and
the great policy for promoting their de?
From South Carolina to Texas inclu?
sive, the climate of the Atlantic and
Gulf States is of that intermediato kind,
which embraces the features both of the
tropica and the temperate zoue, and
while exposed to many of the evils of
both, likewise enjoy in combination
many of the advantages of ouch. It is
precisely in such a climate that thc
utmost diversity of industries can most
easily flourish, provided only the mar?
keta of the world be open to it, and there
bo a population sufficiently dense tc
make division of labor possible. Iii'
deed, it may be safely said, that nc
other climate but one offers equal op
portunities toe diversifying labor. Th<
natural products of our country ex
hibit this diversified character; we hav<
here, side by side, the animals and plnnti
cit the tropics, and thoso of tho tempe
rate zone, pines by the side of palms
wheat growing in sight of rico fields
apples ripening in the same orchard witl
oranges, crows and bears and foxes in
habiting the same swamps with the ibis,
the vulture, the parakeet and the croco
dile, though our forefathers, unacquoint
ed with tropical animals, gave them th?
names bf cranes, buzzards, and alliga?
tors, which make us forgot their equate
rial character, and prevent us from re
fleeting, when we read of such things i:
books of foreign travel, that they are, i
trutb, nothing but what we BCO about u
every day. In our waters is found equi
variety. . The herring, which is pecu
li arly a Northern fish, is sold in or
market by the side of the fishes of th
Garribean Sea, and the muscle, tho clai
and the oyster, all useful as food, ar
found even where the peninsular <
Florida is built up of corni reefs, lill
tho South Sea Islands. Even in the d(
main of the miner there is something t
remind us of this commingling of ten
perate and tropical features in tl.
aspects of nature by which wo aro su
rounded. For does not the guano <
the equatorial islands find its countorpa
in our phosphate beds? And does m
the coal, which is rather cbaracterist
of temperate climates, show itself n
far from tboso highly prized deposit
In si lort, the climate of tho Sou tho)
States, their geological structure, thc
great rivers, and the seas by which th<
aro washed, offer every incontivo whit
climate eau offer to a development of tl
utmost diversity of physical aud int(
leotual labor. But it is perhaps fean
by some that a climate like this may !
incapable of supporting such diversifi
industry, in consequence of tho ve
variety of its products-that what yiel
everything with facility will yield t
best of nothing. Such a conclusic
however, is forbidden by a simple air
of facts. The cotton and tho rice
produce aro tho best in tho world, nevi
theless tho wheat has lib "?W?SO been i
cognized as having no superior. And
the opinion of your Committee thc
can be no doubt that the difficulty
obtaining tho best of any grain prodt
in a climate of fiO catholic a character,
precisely such difficulty as is necessary
inoite tho human intellect to tho ex
eise of patient and minute observatic
coupled with reflective ingenuity.
But that such a climate as wo poss?
is really capable of developing and si
porting this diversity of occupation, rn
be established in another way. Thor?
no climate in Europe exactly compara'
with ours. If we travel Eastward
search of a counterpart, we shall p
over tho whole of the old world until
roach China and Japau. Here alone,
we find all our cbiof characteristics
peated, though of course in forms wbi
belonging to tho old world, aro so
different from those of the now. ]
our extremes of temperature, our c
winters and hot summers, our comn:
gled tropical and temperate fauna ?
flora, are as familiar to the Chinese a;
ourselves. Tho United States and
Flowery Kiugdoin aro what the phys:
geographers might call homologous pi
of the two continents. Tho same r
tive situation to tho equator, tho st
coast configuration, the same great riv
the same warm oceans, current like
Galf Stream flowing Northward al
the coast, the same system of hurricai
which the seamen of those seas knov
typhoons. And what is the aspect wi
industrial pursuits present in that cc
try, physically so like our own? We
thero tho densest population on
globo, whose existence in their crow
state is only rendered possible by
diversity of their industries. Then
not laud enough in China for its 1:
dreds of millions to cultivate, and
consequence is that millions aro cugn
in manufactures of many kinds of
excellence, and wbon even so, all cai
find the means of living, tho rivers
the seas aro made to yield their han
whole villages aro built upou the Wi
and on the waler whole populations
b)rn, livo and die, as their neighbor.'
boru, livo and die, upon tho laud, J
such is tho similarity of climate, tb
is not too much to ?ny that there is b
ly au important product of China w
may not be equally well produced ic
Southern States. We have already
passed the Chinese in tho culturo of
ton, rico and sugar-cane, and wit
doubt, whenover, with tho proper rat
we set oursolves seriously to the tasl
will surpass them in tho culture o
and silk, both which it has been dei
strafed we can produce.
xuni me wuue race is oom lniellootu
ally and physically the superior of tho
wonderful Mongolians of whom wo have
been speaking, has never been doubted.
If in their bands the climate of China
can do such things, in tho bands of tho
white race, tho similar climate in which
we live can do much more. The thfler
cnce lies in this, that in China, increas?
ing density of population bas created in?
dustrial diversity by necessitating it,
whilo we aro striving after a diversity of
pursuit but aro foiled by scaroity of pop?
ulation. It may be laid down as a uni?
versal economio principle, perhaps with?
out an exception, that nosennty peopled
country, whatever its advantages, ever
exhibited a really diversified industry.
Tho problem we are striving to solve, if
it is not insoluble, is at least one of tho
most difficult in tho wbolo circle of hu?
man endeavors, and if wo do solvo it
successfully, we shall be greater than
success in war, however glorious, could
have mado us. Being without that
density of population whioh could of
itself create diversity of occupation, and
which our Northern neighbors have had
so long, we are striving to exhibit suob
a diversity of resources and capacity of
development as will attract capital and
tho streams of immigration poured out
year after year from Europe iuto cli
matos more like than is ours to that of
the homo of the white race. Your com?
mittee do not mean to report that tho
thing is impossible, but to point out its
true difficulties as the best preparation
for surmounting them. If ever wo suc?
ceed, it will only bo by the union and
concentration of all tho intellect and all
tho capital there is among us upon thc
one great problem. And it is this very
union und concentration which is sc
bard to maintain, when the few thou?
sands of our population are scattered
over so wide an extent of country.
Your committee would theu suggest
that there is no way in which our peopit
can so well provide for the future devo
lopment of the almost inexhaustible re
sources of the climate, the soil and thc
waters, bestowed upon them by Provi
dence, aa, by providing for a consisten
and permanent unanimity of purposi
aud concert of action, by frequent gath
erings, like thc present convention, b;
forming and sustaining local clubs am
societies, and by maintaining peri?dico
publications devoted to the discussion o
tho industrial resources of the South
The attrition of mind against mind, at
taincd by such means, while it tends t
produce unanimity of purpose, conduce
also to a division of labor, and diversi
fied iudustry is only the full develop,
mont of division of labor. They mus
also learn to value those seien ti fi
methods of investigation which alone ca
bo sure of eventually reaching precis
and trustworthy results. They musl
too, bo willing to risk something in th
investment of capital upon experiment)
Knowledge and money are two diff?rer
forms of power which go on accumulai
iug much faster when they work togethc
than when each is left to toil alono. W
must learn to organizo for a commo
purpose the administrative skill of tl;
successful man of business, and tho ski
in rosearch, which is tho gift of the sm
cessful man of science. And for th
purpose we must combine scientific edi
cation as far as possible with educntio
Ouo of tho wnysby which a people mr
bo forced into a full development of i
material resources is by foreign conques
shutting out from it every other aveni
of progress-and it may emerge fro
snell subjugation thc conqueror of i
ANOTHER RADICAL PROP GONE.-Tl
conservative chnrncter of the Unit
States Supremo Court is sustained by
decision delivered by Chief Justice Cha
on Saturday-a decision so manifest
just and equitable that the only surpri
ia that its principle was ever questione
The Court held that loaning money
the Confederate Government, when sn
loan was extorted by four, was not an i
giving aid and comfort to the euen:
This decision relieves many of tho bi
Southern Unionists from the penult'
which radical legislation sought to i
pose upon them.--Xeo York Herald.
11HE firm of FISHER A HEINITSII is t
. dav dissolved, bv mu: md cousent.
J. MSR HU.
E. H. HEINITSI1
Columbia, s. C., April 30. 1S7(?. May
"1%/fAN U FACTURE!) DY THE NATION
AJA. WATCH COMPANY, pronounced
deniers and connoisseurs throughout the co
try to bo tho BEST TIME-KEEPERS now
fored to the public for Ladies' or Centi?me
nae. They combino improvements not fin
in any other Watches of either Foreign
American make. Ladies desirous nf pured
ing a handsome, strong, and correct til
piece "ill find the eh gant Watch, bearing
trade mark of "LADY ELGIN." to be all t
thev desire. Inquire of your Jeweler for
Lady Elgin. No movements retailed by
Company. Business Office and Salesroom
tional Watch Company, 159 and lol L
street. Chicago, March 2'2 ;h
A LEXANDER Ss MASON, Solicitors of A:
l\. rican and European Patents, and Co
aellora at Patent Laws, (fifteen years exp
ence as solicitors of Patonta.) 4C0 Scve
street, oppoeito tho ratent Offlco, Waahi
ton, D. C. Pappre carefully prepared,
Patents secured without delay. Examin?t!
in the PatomY Office free of charge, and nc
dividual foo asked in any caso, uuloes a Pal
is allowed. ' Charges as reaeonablo as
other roliable Agency. Send for circula
terms, instructions and reference. Jzu ;
SIIAICINQ AND BURNING.-It is not
noccsdnry to jourucy from the tropics to
Alaska in order to experience tho extremes of
host and cold. Thousands undergo all the
inconveniences of this thermomctrical chango
overy day, or ovory other day, as tko case may
be, without tho trouble of moving over tho
threshold. A word with theso involuntary
shakers. What aro they doing to expedite
their return to a medium temperature? to
break tho chills and banish thofovet? Are
they dosing themselves with quinine, thereby
imperilling tho soundness of your bones and
impairing tho vigor of their brains and ner?
vous systom? Home of thom are, no doubt,
but not tho mniority of them, it ie believed.
Tho valuo of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, as a harmless and certain specific tor
fever and aguo, is understood and appreciated
in all parts of tho country whore intermittents
prevail. Tho residents of such localities be?
gin to tako it carly in tho spring, aa a protec?
tion against the miasma by which they are
surrounded; not all of them, perhaps, for a
blind adherence to error is tho specialty of
some people, but tho greater number.
??If there is any fixed fact in therapeutics, it
is thia: That tho Bitters are a far better safe?
guard against all tho varieties of periodic
maladies produced by unwholesome exhala?
tions than any drug or compound in tho ma?
teria medica of tho profession. This assertion
is mado with all duo respect to tho faculty,
but being an important truth, arid ono that
nearly concerns thc; health of largo settlements
in various parts of tho country, and indeed of
tho public at largo, it is made fearlessly.
Founded on ample and impeachable testimo?
ny, it doties disproval.
To break up chills and fevers, as well as to
prevent them, there is nothing so reliable as
this wholesomo vegetable restorative.
Jin. A. L. SCOYILL is thc inventor of several
medical preparations which have become very
popular, and have been liberally used. Among
bia inventions are "HALL'S BALSAM i on TUE
LVNGS" and "LlvEinvonT ANO TAU." For the
past six years a better Lung remedy has been
offered to thc public. Read the following
letter from Dr. Seo vi ll. referring toil:
Mesta"?. .T. X. Morriu & Co.-OLMS: I make
tho following statement from a purfect con?
viction and knowledge of tho benefits of
ALLENE LUNG BALSAM, in curing the mo6t
dcep-ecated PULMONARY CONSUMPTION] Ihavo
witnessed its effects on thc young and the old,
and I can truly say that it "is by far tho best
expectorant remedy with which I am ac?
quainted. For Coughs, and all tho carly
stages of Lung complaints, I believe it to boa
certain cure, audit every family would keep
it by thom, ready to administer upon the first
appearance of discaso about tho Lungs, there
would be very few onecs of fatal consumption.
It causes the phlegm and matter toriae, with?
out irritating those delicate organs, (the
Lungs,) and without producing constipation
of tho bowels, lt also gives strength to the
sys tem, stops tho night-sweats, anil changes
all the morbid secretions to a hrultliv state.
Yours respectfully, A. L. SCO VT LL.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
" FISHER A HEINITSH, Agente,
M 1 (?linio Columbia, H. C.
THE MUST POPULAR MEDICINE EX?
THF PAIN KILLER is equally
applicable and efficacious to young or old.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is both an internal and external Remedy.
THE PAIN KILLER should ho used
at tho first manifestation of Cold or Cough.
THE PAIN KILLER
Is tho Great Family Medicine of thc age.
THE PAIN KILLER
Will cure Painter's' Colic.
rpiIE TAIN KILLER
1 Ia good for Scalds and Bnrns.
THE TAIN KILLER
Has the Verdict of the People in its favor.
IAHE PAIN KILLER
. Gives Universal Satisfaction.
THE PAIN KILLER
Beware of IMITATIONS aud COUNTERFEITS.
TUE PAIN KILLER
ls an nhno -t certain cure for CHOLERA,
and has, without donbt, been moro successful
in curio;; this terrible disease than any other
known remedy, or even tho most eminent or
HkiHfui Physicians. In india, Africa, and
China, where this dreadful disease is ever
moro or less prevalent, tho PAIN KILLER is
considered, by the natives, as well as the
European residents in those climates, A SUBE
THE PAIN KILLER-each Bottle
is wrapped with full directions for nee.
THE PAIN KILLER is sold by all
Druggists and Dealers in Family Medi?
cines. FISHER ? HELNlTsiI,
May 1 i llino Columbia, H. C.
\a td tal \o GB * ta? ? ]?> 9 9 i W tri ts
To Hit- Working elliss.-We are now pre?
pared to furnish all classes with constant em?
ployment at home, tho wholn ot tito time or
for tho spare moments. Business new, light
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their uhole- timo lo
thc business. Boys and girls earn nearly as
much us men. That all who see tliis notice
may send I la ir address, and lest the business,
we ni ?ike this unparalleled offer: To such ns
are not well satisfied, we will semi il to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
a valuable sample, w hich will do to commence
work on. mid a copy nt The PeoplPi Literary
Companion-one of thc largest and best fami?
ly newspapers published- all sent free by mail.
Reader, if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. C. ALLEN ft CO., Augusta,
Maine. March 10 Hjfimo
rfc*N /~\ THE POLLOCK HOU8E RES
NafAl ./TAURANT i s now in complete work
ing order. OYSTERS will bo served
up in every stvle and iii tho best maimer. Fa?
milies supplied ill any quantity.
Also, GAME in senson; besides i
REFRESHMENTS of every kind."
The BILLIARD ROOM ia again in
(Operation. Tables from best
fmnlicrs. T. M. POLLOCK,
Oct 28 Proprietor.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
fji\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lov
I " " figures.
80 boxes Fair Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Bock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chowing Tobacoo.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
July 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR sain by
March 2 LOWRANCE St CO.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS,
?~*1 ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, C;iBt,
\JT Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Verandas, Settees, Arbors, Chairs,
I HON STAIR8,
Spiral and straight, in every variety of pat?
tern. New and improved styles of Hay Racks,
Mangers, Stahlo Fixtures, Stall Division?, &c.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac.
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
reference to the above class of work, wo aro
now prepared to fill with promptneBB all or?
ders for Bronzo Castings of Statuary, colossal,
heroic, and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
Tho largest assortment to bo found in tho
United States, all of which aro executed with
the express view of pleasing the taste, whilo
they combino all the requisites of beauty and
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the placo of
Designs will be sent to thoBO who wieh to
mako a selection, April 8 Gm
As a Family Medicino,
It Stands, and "Will Forever Stand
FIRST in the estimation of tho people, bo
catiBcit baa withstood thc searching teats
of tho Physician and a discriminating public,
and whatever survives this trial must bo es?
tablished on a sure, firm foundation.
A SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE.
A known and recognized remedy among all
people. Thousands attest its worth as a Medi?
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight
lu a substituto for Calomel and Mercury. It
acts by its vegetable principio as an altera?
tive upon tho Liver and Stomach, promoting
tho accretion of bile, and then directing it in
its proper channel for tho nutritivo purposes
ot digestion. For bilious Diseases, bilious
Colic, Bilious Fever, Typhoid Fever, Chills and
Fever, iu fact, all forera, are prevented by
uning Queen's Delight.
It enrcs Liver Complaint, and all Hepatio
Disorders, Dyspepsia, Stomach Complaints,
Scrofula, King's Evil. Cancerous and Indolent
Tumors, White Swellings, Mercurial and
Syphilitic Sores, Old Sores, Swelled Logs,
Boila, Carbuncles, Eruptions, Goitro or Swelled
Neck, Enlarged .loins. Rheumatism, blotches,
Erysipelas, St. Vitus' banco. Dropsical Swell?
ings, Salt Rheum, and oil Skiu diseases audi
Rumora in the Rlood, Inflammation of the
Kidneys, Bladder, Pains in tho Rack and
Sides, Asthma, Consumption, bronchitis, and I
all diseased which mav bu traced to bad blood;
I and for verv nianv diseases peculiar to fe
' males, such as Suppression, Irregularity,
I Whites, Sterility, Uterine Dropsy, Ac
j SKIM DISEASES.
It baa been prescribed in a great variety of
Cutaneous Alludions, and found successful in
curing Salt Rheum, Totter, Roils, Blotches,
Pimples, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Morph OW,
Jaundiced Skin, Ac, and for Diseases of and
Discbarges from tire lining membranes of thc
Throat, Nose and Kara, and from the Kidneys
and Urinary Passages, Leueorrhoa, Seo.
IKVIOORATOn OP THE LIVER.
As a Liver Invigorator it is of inestimable
value. AH a stimulant, it is safer and surer
than all the rum and whiskey tonics of thc
day, and if you value your lifo and health a
pin's foo, avoid those quickening stimulants
to the grave, and imo tho Queen's Delight.
Females of delicate constitution, Buffering
from weakness and depression of mind, in con- :
I sequence of those complaints which nature
; imposes at tho period of chango, have a plea?
sant and sure remody in the Queen's Delight.
There is no medicine equal to thc Queen's
Delight in cases of Debility. It imparts a
tone lind vigor to tho whole system, strength?
ens thc appetite, causes an enjoyment of food,
enables tho stomach to digest il, purities thc
blood, gives a good, sound, healthy com?
plexion, eradicates the yellow tinge from tho
eyes, imparts a bloom to tho cheeks, and
changes the patient from a short-breathed,
emaciated, weak and nervous iuvaUd to a full
faced, clout and vigorous person.
Generally accompanies Liver Complaint or
Dyspepsia, and is, frequently produced by con?
tinual constipation. The symptoms aro, flutter?
ing at the heart, a choking sensation, when in
a lying posture, dois or webs before thc sight,
lever and dull pain in tho head, constant
imaginings of evil, and great depression of
Debility of the Nervous system should
always be dreaded as ol itself laying the body
open to an attack of any epidemic.
HOW IT AFFECTS THE MIND.
Persons afflicted with this disease are gene?
rally annoyed by occurrences of no moment,
which would not, if in a state of health, give
them any uneasiness. The Queen's Delight
will Huon relieve the unpleasant effects of this
Be Bure and ask for HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S
DELIGHT; the new remedy, with new princi?
ples. No Snrstwarilia in it: that has been
tried and found wauling, lt ix not a fer
: mented and sour combination of herb.", lt is
j not a Whiskey beverage, or Gin compound, to
intoxicate: i >r is it a Ruin bitters, to ruin
I your health and lead to a more fatal disease,
I drunkenness. Rut a health and life-giving
Medicine, called simple "Heinitsh's Queen's
Tho great success, and the unparalleled ;
j popularity ol this medicine bespeaks for it the
i highest praise for tim inventor. Prepared '
? only hy E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
And for salo hy Druggists cvcivwhere. i
April 30 i
OK TlIK ?
" s i o ia: Tm99
I T IS A FACT
THAT tho celebrated perfected SPECTA?
CLES and EYE GLASSES, manufactured
by Lazarus ti Morrie, Hartford, Connecticut,
strengthens and proeerves tho Eyea-assietB
the Sight most brilliantly, and lasts a groat
many years without chango.
I8AAO SULZBACHEB, Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Row, is tho solo appointed
Agent in Columbia, 8. G., and vicinity, for ther
sale. Dec 31 ly
THE extensivo uso of these WATCHES for
tho last fifteen years hy Railway Conductors,
Engineers and ExprcBsmon, the most exacting
of watch-woarers, has thoroughly demonstrate
cd tho strength, steadiness, durability and
accuracy of tho Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that claus in all theso respects, is to decide
the question as to tho real value of thCBC time?
Moro than 450,000 of these watches aro
now speaking for themselves in tho pockets of
tho people-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority over all others.
Tho superior organization and great extent
of tho Company's Works at Waltham, cnablo
them to produco watches at a price which
renders compotiotion futile, and those who
buy any other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 por cent, moro for their watches than is
Wo aro now selling Waltham Watches at
leeB prices in greenbacks, than tho gold prices
I before tho war. Thero is no other mannfac
! turo of any kind in tho United States of which
1 this can bo said.
Iheso time-pieces combino every improve?
ment that a long experience has proved of
real practical use. Having had tho refusal of
nearly every invention in watch-making origi?
nating in this country or in Europe, only those
were finally adopted which severo testing, by
thc most skillful artisans in onr works, and
longUBO on tho part of tho public, demonstrat?
ed to bo essential to correct and enduring
Among thc many improvements wc would
Tho invention and use of a ocntre-pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to
tho train by tho breakage of main-springs, is
original with tho American Watch Company,
who, having had tho refusal of all other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg's patent pinion as Lo
inc tho heat and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted by watch-makers to bo
the beet, aro used in all grades of Waltham
Alt Waltham Watches have dust-proof caps,
protecting the movement from dust and les?
sening the necessity of tho frequent cleaning
necessary in other watches.
Our new patent stem-winder, or keyless
watch, is already a decided success, and a
great improvement on any stem-winding watch
tu thc American market, and by far the cheap?
est watch of its quality now offered to the
public. To those living in portions of thc*.
United States whero watch-makers do not
abound, watches with tho above mentioned
improvements which tend to insure accuracy,
cleanliness, durability and convenience, must
Every watch guaranteed by the Company.
To prevent imposition, buyers should eec
that every watch should bear cither of thc
following trade marks:
American Watch Co.Waltham, Maes
Affi'ii. Watch Co .Waltham, Mass
American Watch Co.,
Crescent St.Waltham, Mass
Appleton, Tracy Sz Co.Waltham, Mass
Waltham Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
P. S. Bartlett.Waltham, Mass
William Ellery.Waltham, Masa
Home Watch Co.Boston, Mass
For sale at retail by all respectable dealers.
A descriptive circular giving much useful
information sent to any address on applica?
No watches retailed by the Company. Ad?
IIOHBINS gi APPLETOR.Gen'l Ageuti,
182 Broadway, New York.
Ask to see the nr.w FULL-PLATE WATCH
hoaring tho trade mark "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent street, Waltham, Maas." It is
hy far the beat full-plate watch made in the
United States, and surpasses anything here?
tofore made in thia country for Railway Engi?
neers, Conductora, Ac. April 21 fSmn
SOME dealers in thia city have been in doubt
that 1 could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform the public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and atrength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer acale.
Aug 20 _ JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
XV UV IS IT TIIK ll EST!
. JR-~^A A IT RUNS OVER
v^^^^^ It will take fifty
ft ? ll BBSsc*/ sow h'avior and
i J / li KMTH^ thicker Goods
I ??- W / \AlWr/ than any other
Yt -""X. JL f/ Machino. It uses
! \?.-'l\r fi****? n"-v ttn<* every
UK: A7\ ?i^i^St?^vivI'i kind of Thread,
i ^Sft^l^^^^S 11 8t;W8 Starched
1 *^"??i?JO. ",v^-^"^ ' ^v Goods as well ns
.Ax?s^^i9\ Unstarched. It
sews the "most delicate, thin, soft fabric w ith?
out drawing. It sews a Bias Seam ns well as
any other. W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Novl'o 5mo Solo Agents^
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
FOR sale by
March 2 LOWRANCE AjCO.
" NICKERSON HOUSE,"
COI.I -Mill A, SOUTH CAHOMNA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_?and hoalthy locality, ls now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can be furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
?he different depots-passengers carried
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 8 WM. A. WRIGHT.
PATENT PORTABLE OIBCULAR
Also Stationary and Portabio /j
Steams Engt rte 5P &0?/
No. 5 Schroodor Btroot, /
VSF'Sendfor Catalogues and Price-Lists.
"THE LIFE IS THE BliOOD."
FROM it wo derivo our strength, beauty aud
mental capabilities. It is the centre of
our being, around which revolves all that
makcB existence bappy. When thia source is
corrupted, tho painful effects are visible in
ni any shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of tho haman
organism, and probably no one ia wholly free
from it. It exhibits itself in various ehapce
as Ulcers and Sores, Decayed Bones. Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyos, Woak and Diseased Joint?,
St. Vitus' Dance, Foul Discharges from tho
Nostrils, Emptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Sypbilitio Affec?
tions, Lirir Complaint, Salt Bhenm, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It bas beon the custom to treat these di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, whieh, though sometimes producing
a euro, ofton prove injurions, and entail mise?
ry in after lifo. The long known injurious
properties of these so-called alteratives and
purifiers has led tho philanthropic^man of
science to explore tho arena of nature, the re?
sult of which hap been Iho discovery of vege?
table produots which posses the power of
eradicating these taint s from tho Blood.
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is tho acknowledged antidote to all Blood
Diseases. By its uso tho afflictions above
enumerated can bo permanently banished,
Source-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
bc maintained in all its purity and vigor.
Foi DiflcfiHc* produced by thc usc of
Mercury, find for S j- jill il I s, With ll? train
of evil?, this compound ls the only stare
To tho poor creature, enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whoso nerves arc
unstrung, and countenance down-caBtj
Is a blessing. Try it fairly, and your nervcB
will bo restored to their wonted vigor, and
your dejected countenance bo made radiant
with thu consciousness of
Being free from violent minerals, it is
adapted to general use. The old and young
may use it; tho moat delicate female at any
time may tako it; the tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will be cured by it.
-. ? ?-.
Por Purifying- the Blood,
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in the Spring, it removes all
humors which infest tho system, and ba?
nishes tho languor and debility peculiar to
that Hcaacn of tho year.
It acta promptly on thc
LIVER AUD I?IDXEY8.
Producing a healthy action of tho important
I organs hy which alf the impurifica of the sys?
tem aro carried oft", and tho result ia
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits.
WM. H. TTJTT & LAND,
AUGUSTA, GA ,
And sold by Druggists everywhere.
April 14 fimo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF $1 .t UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RATE O
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNVAf,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. I nj ," n???M*?*?
John P. Thomas, [ * ^-Presidents.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Aasiatant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. MeMaetcr, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia;
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. H. Hcinitsb, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleeton.
Daniel Ravonel, Jr.. Charleeton.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there?
on. Flautera, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds unti.'
they requiro them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents dosiring to sot apart email
suma for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn hy themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal re prese nt p. (ives,) wishing to lay
asido funds for futuro uso. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho same time, ho subject to withdrawal wnon
Ale and Porter.
BREMEN LAGER BEER.
Yonnger'a Edinburgh Ale.
Hibber'a Loudon Porter. For salo hy
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Doc 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.