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THE DAILY
'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.
Anjo CLOTHES THE CRITERION OF MERIT ?
One would think so from' a glance at the
milliner's bills io our largo and fashiona?
ble cities. A Bnit was lately brought by
a milliner in Boston against tho husband
of a fashionable woman for $1,911.11 for
dresses, otc, from January 1 to April 1,
.which was shown to be $900 more than
the other milliners charged for tho same.
But this milliner seoras to have claimed
a right to make extra charges, on tho
ground of her reputation for taking a
lead in fashions, and manifested a con?
tempt for the laggardness of tho hus?
band, by showing that another fashiona?
ble 'woman of Boston had made a bill
with her for $4,000 in the same timo,
and no objection made by the husband.
This, Bays an exchange, shows the main
cause of most of the co m m ero i ul bank?
ruptcies, of our large cities. Fow, indeed,
of the young ladies of the present day
seem tobe aware of the enormous amount
of their elotfa'ing bills during n year, and |
how ranch peooniary embarrassment
they often cause to their fothers, even
when they ore not thereby bankrupted.
When dress is thus made the test of po?
sition in'society, the personal virtues are
deemed 6f secondary importance. The
Courier-Journal says:
"It is a notorious fa ot, that the ave?
rage-American girl, in circumstances,
spends far more mo noy in a year thau an
English nobleman's daughter. Tho Duke
of Buoleuoh allowed his favorite daugh?
ter only ?00 ($300) a year for dress and
pin money, and one of the Queon's most
valued friends and maids of honor for
many years, only had ?20 ($100) per
annnm to dress upon, and yet both were
the daughters of men of exalted rank,
and one of thom at Court for years.
"It is no wonder there is suoh a dif?
ference in the amount a man sponds upon
his olothes and what his wifo and daugh?
ters do, but it is passing strange that
men of moderate fortune will tolerate
such ruinous folly and continue to 'dig
and delve, toil and moil', that the wo?
mankind may out-dress a Duke's daugh?
ter. The ass and camel used to be re?
garded as tho embodiment of patience
under grievous burdous, but houccforth
the American husband will claim tho
right to that attribute, and be known to
future generations as the Matrimonial
Coolie of the nineteenth century."
9IHon. Francis B. Cutting, a leading
member of the Now York bar, and for?
merly a Democratic politician, died on
Sunday, aged si^y-six years. Ho was
elected a member of Congress in 1852,
and during the debates ou thc Kansas
and Nebraska questions, beqnme involved
in a quarrel with Hon. John C. Breckin
ridge, which came near leading to a duel.
There nus a report in circulation about
Charleston, on tho 28th, that the body of
a colored man bad been found between
Chapman's Fort and Hutchinson Island,
Colinton County, in the water, with both
iars and one arm cut off, and tho body
somewhat burned; and that the murderer
had been arrested by the members of a
militia company to which ho belonged.
?A United States soldier, belonging to
the arsenal detachment at Summerville,
near Augusta, has been arrested, charged
with committing a rape ou a little white
girl, between seven aud eight years old.
It was with difficulty that his comrades
were prevented from lynching him.
A thrifty housewife in Bangor scut
word to the grocer, who delivered her
some eggs, thc other day, to either come
and take the eggs away or send up some
chicken-coops.
An old man, named Satterwbite, living
near Edffaula, Ala., on the evo of marri?
age tero young girl, hanged himself last
week in his sou's corn-crib.
? A colored man, named Oliver Moore,
died very suddenly, Monday last, ou tho
plantation of Dr. John A. Reedy, near
Chester.
During the prevalence of a wind storm
at Graniteville, on Tuesday, a log house
.."?waa blown down, killing a child instantly
; and severely wounding Mrs. E. Smith.
; There were 472 deaths iu New York
city during the past week-au increase of
99 over the previous week.
Another colored child was drowned in
the canal ut Augusta, on the 29th-mak?
ing the fourth during \mgt six months.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
tfcfc-TKWgaSM ?N <""! afterWEDNESJ
?ttff?SH?SffiDAY, January 1-J, tho fol?
lowing Schodule will bo run daily. Hm? day
excepted, connecting with Night Train on
South Carolina Road, up and down, and with
Night Train on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Road going South:
Leave Columbia. 7.00 a m
.? Alston. 8.40 a m
" Newborry. 10.10 am
Arrive Abbeville. 3.00 pm
" Anderson. 4.20 pm
" Greenville. GOO pm
Loave Greenville. 5.45 a m
" Anderson. 0.25 am
" Abbeville. 8.00 a m
M Newberry. 12.35 p m
" Alston. 2.10 p m
Arrive Colombia. 3.45 p m
The Traiu will rotnrn from Belton to Ander
?nn on Monday and Friday morning*. _
Exchange House Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all hours-where yon can always
find tho best of WINES, ALES, LIQUORS,
C1GAR8, Ac. Fresh Lager Beer on ice.
May
To the Traveling Public.
n IS AO THIS.
IF yon want a Fino, Large, Airy ROOM,
stop at tho EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Maui
street, where you can get a good Meal at the
regular time. If you aro huey and not tbore
at Meal times, you can order it when you
come, without extra charge.
RATES, por day,.?2.50
" ptr week,less.
Stables the premises.
PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
May R_Proprietors.
Beer! Beer!!
SOME dealers in this eily have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Boer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beor
on band, which I pnt against any Boer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to teat it hy the Boer scalo.
Au? 20 JOHN C. 8EEGER8.
Connoisseurs, go to Pollock's.
Sp?ooIal ISTotloes.
A UHUADSIDU IOU 11 ij M nu os.-in?
competence and aasuranoo generally go hand
instand, and of all tho tribe, of pretentious
know-nothings with which society ?B afflicted,
tho unscientific "modicino men" who attempt
to tamper with tho health of tho community
aro tho moat dangerous and tho moat impu?
dent.
Bo much hy way of Text . Now for a special
and particular applicatiou.
It appears that ? mushroom growth ot so
called "Dictera," is springing np under differ?
ent names in various localities, particularly
in tho Southern and Western States, which
tho venders have tho hardihood to recom?
mend to easy-going pooplo upon whom they
think they can impoao, as a substituto for
Hostet)er's Stomach Bitters, long recognized
hy every class as tho purest and best medi?
cated stimulant and invigorant tho world af?
fords.
Tho concoctions referred to hoing composed
of worthlosB material, offer a larger margin
for profit than that Celebrated Tonic, and
boneo tho anxiety of dollar-worahipping deal
on*, to foist them upon tho public in its placo.
But -'forewarned is forearmed," aud all par?
ties whom thoBO distinguished (!) beings are
endeavoring to coax and inveigle into substi?
tuting trash for a atandard remedy, aro hereby
informed of tho selfish and sordid motives
which underlie tho representations in ques?
tion.
Thc great popularity and vast sales of nos
tetter's Hitters cannot, of course, he serious?
ly impaired by theso "tricka of trade," but as
tho debilitated and suffering have a direct in?
terest in the matter, it is only an act of com
mon humanity to put them on their guard.
h July 1_+G_
THE it PAIN KILLER.?'-Tho forcigr
and domestic demand for Perry Davis A Son'i
great medicine-tho Pain Killer-was neve!
before so large aa it bas been of lato; and wi
think thc timo has arrived when tho declara
tion may ho made, without thu possibility o
refutation, that tho city of Providence, in tin
.state of llhodo Island, of thc United States o
America, baa furnished tho entire habitabl
globo with a modicinc, which, iu point of uni
i vcraa?ty of demand, extent of naefulncse
complete cflloioncy for all tho purposes fo
which it ia designed and wide aproad, endur
iug popularity, baa noverbeen equaled by an
modicino in Europo or America.
The universality of the demand for tho Pai
Killer, is a novel, interesting, and surprlsin
feature in tho history of this medicine. It
?'fame has gono out," into every quarter <
tho habitable globe."1- Tho Pa:::-iiiller is no
regularly Bold in largo and steadily incrt asin
quantities, not only to general agenta in ever
State and Territorv of tho Union, and over
Provinco of Britiah America, but to Buouc
Ayres, Brazil, Uragnay, Peru, Chili and othc
South Arnot ican States, to the Sandwich Ii
landa, to Cuba and other West India Island
lo England and Continental Europe; to Mi
zambiquc, Madagascar, Zanzibar and otb?
African lands; to Australia and Calcutt
Rangoon and other pl ices in India, lt hi
alao been sent to China, and we doubt if thui
is any foreign port or any inland city in Afrit
or Afaia, which ia frequented hy American ar
European missionaries, travelers or trader
into which the Pain Killer hau not been iutr
duced and been Bought after.
Hie extent of its usefulness is another gre
feature of thia remarkable medicine, lt
not only tho beat thing ever known, aa ever
body will confess, for bruises, cuts, burn
etc., but for dysentery or cholors, or any BO
of bowel complaint it ia a remedy unaurpaasi
for efficiency and rapidity of action. In tl
great cities of Britiah India, and in the Wc
India Islands and other hot climatea it li
become the standard medicine for alltuchcoi
plaints, as well aa for dyspepsia, liver coi
plaints and other kindred disorders. F
coughs and colds, canker, asthma and rht
maticdiliieultieH.it has been proved hy t
moat abundant and convincing trials a
testimony, to bean invaluable modicino. T
proprietors are in possession of letlcra frc
persons of tho highest character and respe
aibility, testifying, in unequivocal terina,
tho eurea effected and tho satisfactory resu
produced, in au almost endless variety
cases, by the UBO of this great medicine.
Ju ly 1 j 11 Imo_[Prov. Advert?s ? r
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIV
SOCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on t
honor and happiness of Marriage, and I
evils and dangers of Celibacy-with saniti
help for the attainmentof man's true posit
in life. Sent free, in sealed envelopes, t
dress. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Pl
adelphia, Pa. May 2-1 3m
Hams, Beef Tongues.
?)AH SUGAR-CUBED Orange Haws.
m\J\J 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon.
COO Iba. F M Smoked Tongues.
10 half bbla. Pickled Beet and Pi
May 2C _For salo by E. HOPI
WaTcrfts and Jewelry Repaired
IN the beat manner, by first claea workrr
and warranted.
ENGBAYING finely oxecnted.
Dec 16 _WILLIAM GLAZ1
Notice.
THREE months from date, application
be made to the Columbia Bridge Con
ny for renewal of Scrip No.-,for fo
seven and a half Shares in said Compi
standing in the name of Dr. Thomas Wc!
thc original having been lost in transmis
by mai). C. H. BALDWIN, At torne
Juno 2_ 3n
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG, S. C., JANUARY 10, 18;
BEING appointed and commissioned at
Receiver of the Hamburg Bank, all
tiea having transact iona with said Bank
communicate with . FRANK ARNI
Feb fi_
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
BUFFALO TONGUES,
Mutton llama,
Smoked Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for salo hy
March 8_E. HOI
"The Carolina House."
THIS nOUSE has alwaye enjoyed the i
talion of hoing tho best placo in the
for obtaining tho coolcat ano most deli
mixed drinks. The new brand ot Whi
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out o
ordinary run. Call and see me, on Waal
ten street. RICHARD BARRU
April 7 _Propriet
Butter and Cheese.
CHOICE Goshen BUTTER and I
Factory CHEESE, just roceived, an
eulo low by_J. Sr. T. It. AGNI
Seed Peas.
7pr BUSHELS primo Clay Cow Peai
.J seed, for aale by E. HO
New York Advertisements.
ESTB. ?KOCH MORGAN'S 80X8,^1809.
211 Washington street, JV. Y.
SA PO LIO
THE
BEST
TOING
OUT
FOB donning Windows, without water; re?
moving Stains from Marble and Paint;
Soliahing Knives, no scratching; washing
ilahea, scrubbing FloorB, Floor Cloth, Tables,
Bath Tuba, Ac.; polishing Tin, Brass, Iron,
Copper and Steel Waree; removing Guma, Oil,
BuBt and Dirt from machinery. Indiepenaa-1
ble for House Cleaning, and all uses, except1
washing clothes, lt costs but a few oents,
and ?B sold by all good Grocory, Drug and No?
tion Stores." Wholesale bv all dealers in
Charleston. April 20 fly
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
United States
Type and Electrotype Foundry
PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE,
Xos. 28, 30, 82 Centre Street. JVfto York.
ALAUGH Assortment ot English and Ger?
man faccB, both Plaiu and Ornamental,
kept ou hand. All type cast at thia establish?
ment is manufactured from the metal known
as Connor's unequaled HAltD TYPE METAL.
Every article necessary for a perfect print?
ing office furnished.
The type on which this pape r is printed, is
from tho above Foundry. March 30 Gmo
Charleston Advertisements.I
49* f Largest and most Completel
?Gr j Manufactory of Doora, Sashes, I "Sa
SST .} Blind?, OJnnldintra, *c > >? the . '(Tai
Ki- [Southern States.
Printed Price List defies competition.
Scud for one. Sent free on application.
April 8_tly
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
BRODIE <Si CO., Agents,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
April 3 CHARLESTON, S. C. fly
Tobacco! Tobacco!!
BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lov
j U ligures.
30 boxe.- Pair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chawing Tobacco.
4 boxes Common weall li Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
JKI v20_ _ JOHN C. SEEP ERS.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S.C., MAY 13, 1870.
fta? ON and after Snn
a day, 1Mb May, the
Passeng?r Trains upon the South Carolina
Railroad will run the following schedule:
FOR CHARLESTON.
Leave Columbia. 7.45 am
Arrive at Charleston. 3 80 p m
Leave Charleston.b 30 a m
/ rrive at Columbia.4 10 p m
Foil AVOUBTA.
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leave Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrivo at Columbia.4.10 p m
SHOUT EXrilEKS THAIN (SIMIAVK EXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 a in
Arrivo at Augusta.7.05 a m
Leave Chin leeton.7.80 pm
Leave Augusta.fi 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.G.(Ul a m
CAMDKS THAIN.
Camden and Columbia Fa teenier Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
a?l between Camden and Ringville daily.
Leave Camden.6.35a m
Arrive at Columbia. .11.00 a m
LcaveaColumbla.1.00 p m
Arrivo at Camden.5.40 p ni
H. T. PEAKE, Geii'l Sup't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SCPERINTENDENT'SOPFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., May 24, 1870.
ON SUNDAY next, tho 28th instant, and
until further notice, this Company will
rnn a Sundav train for Passengers between
Columbia and Helena, stopping at all stations,
aa follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a m
Arrivo at Helena.10.40 am
RETURNING.
Leave Helena at. 3.20 pm
Arrive at Columbia. 7.00 pm
May 25 JOHN H. MOKE, Gen'l Snp't.
Samples for Distribution.
O to HARDY SOLOMON'S and get a samplo
VT of Dr. Price's CREAM BAKING POW
DEBS. All they want ia a trial, to convince
house-koopera that they aro the beat now in
nae._May 26
I Drinkists, go to Pollock's.
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
(Formerly VAUNOU'H.)
HAVING purchased Dr. Taylor's interest in
this proporty, tho subscriber proposes to
open the Boarding ilouso ou tho 18th of June,
under tho supervision of J. W. Williams, late
of thc Mansion House, Charlotte.
The train on tho Charlotte and Rutherford
Road leaves Charlotte at 7 o'clock a. m.. daily,
(except .Sundays, ) and arrives at Cherryville
at ll o'clock, whore good Hacks, with careful
drivers, will bo ready to convey passengers to
the Springs at reasonable rates.
<-mutons ron no.uin.
$3 per day; f 15 per week; $48 for four weeks.
For children and servants, in tho usual pro?
portion. Children under two years, no charge.
A liberal discount made to families and par?
ties spending the whole season in tho House.
The subscriber would avail himself of this
occasion, to acknowledge, very gratefully, thc
liberal share bf patrouage heretofore extend?
ed to these Springs by tho public
JOHN J. BLACKWOOD,
June 28 Imo Tost Cflico Shelby, N. C.
Williamston Springs.
THE large and commodious HOTEL at this
delightful watering-place has been tho?
roughly repairod, and titted up with now Fur?
niture, under tho superintendence of JOHN
A. MAYS, and will bc opened on tho 20th of|
JULY, for tho accommodation of visitors. No
pains or expenso will be spared in providing
for the comfort and eujovmeut of guests.
With tho advantage of a suporior Hotel, in
a healthy and beautiful country, added to the
curative properties of thc water, and tho plea?
santness of this delightful village, wo believe
that tho invalid or pleasure-Becker can lind
no place of tho kind hereabout where tho timo
will be speut moro profitably or agreeably.
1 The 1 ! oom n are large and airy, and aro so ar?
ranged as to furnish many conveniences, espe?
cially to families who do not wish to be sepa?
rated.
The Table will bc always furnished with the
best the country and cities can alford, and in
their culinary "department, they would say,
that they have secured the services of those
who cannot fail to please, even tho most fas?
tidious.
Complete facilities arc likewise afforded for
amusements; in a word, thc proprietor Hatters
himself that he has lett untiling undone that
might afford pleasure and comfort of his
guests.
A few good horses and buggies will bc found
constantly on hand, for thc accommodation
of visitors.
RATES OF noAnn:
Per Dav.$ 2.50
Per Week. 12 00
Per Month.. 85.00
l^^jnccial arrangements will bo made with
HRfcjro.-; -fr! a 'ewer rale than tho nbove.
June20_lmo_JOHN A. MAYS.
Glenn's Springs,
SPAR.TAM3UKG COUNTY, S. C.
THIS delightful Watering
riace, unsurpassed by any in
the South, for its medicinal
_"qualities, is now open for tho
summer. Invalids and pleasure-seekers should
not fail to visit this Spring. Bowling Alley,
Billiard Saloon, Croquet Grounds are being
titted up for the amusement of the gneets.
Fancy Balls during the summer. Rooms newly
and comfortably furnished, and thc Table sup?
plied with the best of everything. Stages di?
rect from Spartanburg to Hotel. Charges
?35 per month. W. D. FOWLER,
June 23 lino_Proprietor.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V.
SUMMER, 1870.
THIS elegant establishment will bo opened
for the reception of visitors on the lir&t
day of JUNE, 1870.
The Proprietors, with the experience of the
last summer, and having made many changes
in the diiferent departments of this oxteusivo
Watering Place, each of which it will be their
endeavor to IMPUOVE, extend a pleasant recep?
tion to their patrons.
I Tho Cottages are large and commodious,
I separate and distinct from each other, and
fittod up with new Furniture.
Every effort of the Proprietors will be put
forth to make their guests comfortable, and
it will be their aim to keep up the reputation
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
The social as well ns thc gay will lind tluit this
place lias peculiar advantages over many of
the Watering Places of Virginia.
An elegant Rand of Music has been secured.
Bowling Alleys, Billiard Saloons and Baths
have been fitted np ter tho amusement aud
comfort of guests.
Post Office, Express Office, Telegraph Office
I on tho premises for the convenience and
intercourse with all parts of the world.
Passengers will procure tickets Cia Virginia
anti Tennessee Railroad to Big Tunnel, anti
take the Springs Branch Railroad, which
lands thom directly in the Reception House at
I the Springs.
Board $3 per day; $20 pt>r week; $70 p^r
month. For further particulars, address
WILSON & LORENTZ, Proprietors. '
May 18 2m o_
W Iiero to Stop.
Williams' Hotel,
Formerly Harvey House,
S PAUTAN BU RC. C. H., B.C.
CONTINENTAL HOTEL,
LA UKKXS O. IL, S. V
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the travolim
public are respectfully in- I
formed that the above named |
'HOTELS are now under my
control; aud they may rest assured that the
reputation of the two houses will be fully kept
up. Tho Rooms are comfortably furnished
and tho Tables will be supplied with the best
of everything. May2 3nm
"NIGKERSON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_land healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and othors Booking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
the different depots -passengers carried to
and from the Hotol free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A- WRIGHT.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
QAA DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, as
tJ\J\J sorted sizes.
^ 20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, assort
i cd sizes.
The above are of tlirect importation from
Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
are, therefore, of superior qualitios to North
om imitations. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Thirsty people, go to Pollock'p.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
OF
SOUTH CAROLINA
-. ? .
DEPOSITS OF $1 A UPWARDS RECEIVED.
INTEREST ALLO WEI) A T THE EA TE 0
SEVEN FEE CENT. PEE ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTES ON A COO UN TS.
OFFICERS. . .
Wm. Martin, President.'
JohnB. Palmer. I vice-Presidents
John P, Thomas, f >lC0 1 """""B.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John 0. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Directors.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. MoMaBter, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Heinitsh, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. MayeB, Nowberrv.
B. H. Butledgo, Charleston.
Daniol Bavcncl, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or
fihanB and others may hero deposit their eav
ngs and draw a'liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for busincflB or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to Bot apart small
Bums for their children, and Married Women
and Minora (whoso deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caao of death, by
their legal reprcBentativcB,) withing to lay
anulo funds for fut urn usc. aro here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, bo subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,"
PIULA DELPHI A
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS,
ARDEN and Cometery adornments. Caet,
\JT Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Verandas, Settees, Arbors, Chaira,
Summer Houses,
IRON STAIRS,
Spiral and straight, in every variety of pal
torn. New and improved styles of Hay Hacks,
Mangers, Stable Fixtures, Stall Division?, Ac.
LATENT WIRE WORK.
Bailing", Storo FrontB, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac.
MUON'/.io ivo ii it.
Having fitted uproar .Foundry with special
rc-fereuco to the abovo class- of work, wo are
now prepared to fill with promptness al? or?
ders for bronzeCaBtings of Statuary, colossal,
heroic, and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
Thc largest assortment to be found in tho
United States, all of which are executed with
tho express view of pleasing tho taate, while
they combine all tho requisites of beauty and
substantial construction.
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the place of
destination.
Designs w ill bo sent to those who wish to
make a selection, April 8 Gm
Imported Wines.
IHAVE jtiBt received tho following list of
choice WINES, comprising tho finest Euro?
pean brands. ^This ia, without doubt, the
largest and belrWaaaortment over offered in
Columbia. *
CL.AUETS.-Brandenburg Frcrea' Mcdoc,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Canct, Laltoso,
Chateau LaBoae, Grand Vin Latour, 1858;
Margaux, 1858: i.aFitte. 1858.
HOCKS AX? SAUTERNES-Lanbcn
licimor, Neerstolmer, Hockheimcr, Marco
bruner, Hildesheimer, Baut Sauternc, Haut
Barsac.
CHAMPAGNES-Moet Si Chandon'a Ver
zonay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gi cen
Seal.* Bruch, Puncher Si Co.'s Lac D'Or, Carte
D'or, Sparkling Moselle.
SIIKKIllES._All Grades, from house of
Wisdom Si Warter, Xeres de La Frontera, in?
cluding some very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthv the atteniion of connoisonrs.
May 15 GEORGE SYMMEBS. I
The Cott<
LIFE INSTJRAN
General Ojjice at .
Capital &
OF which 9100,000 is deposited, as required b;
and 150,000 in South Carolina, under Act ol
The business of thia strictly Southern and
Home Company ia confined bv law to legiti?
mate Lifo Insurance alone. POLICIES ISSUED
ON ALL THE APPROVED MUTUAL PLANS. The
Company has also added tho Tontine System
(of dividends) to its other plana. (Seo Ma- j
uual.)
Ninety per cent, of profits on the Mutual
business divided annually among all the Mu?
tual Policy-holders, without exception. Ono
thitd LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when
desired-thc interest to be provided forby the
Company out of the Dividends. Notes for
Premium Loans wt required. Nm-?mr Hoi pat- I
lng Policies granted at greatly reduced rates.
We, the undersigned, harina examined the
Life Insurance Company, Parent Office. Macon,
of North and South Carolina aa a reliable Su
strictly confined to tho businessof Life 1/muran
and *f 100,000 securely invested (to accord wi
security af policy-holders.
Signed by COL. WM. JOHNSTON. President C
GUN. JOHN A. YOUNO, President
Ex-Gov. '/.. B. VANCE, Attornoy-i
COL. T. H. BREM and JOSEPH H.
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, JOHN W. I
JOSEPH D. POPE, Attorncy-at-La
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attorney-al
W. P. DESAUSSURB, A N. TALLE'
COL. J. G. OimiEH, Factor and C
BLANDINA A RICHARDSON, Af ton
A. A. GILBERT, Editor Watchma
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-Proa?dent O
COL JAS. H. RION, W. R. Ronnie
GENS. M. C. BUTLER and R. G. J
A. P. ALDRICH, Barnwell, S. C.
GEO. A. TRENIIOLM A SON, Charl
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkvillo. li
J. A. INGLIS, Maryland Univers!
GEN. ROBERT TOOMBA, Georgia.
OFFICERS AT MACON. GEORGIA-William B. Jobi
George 8. Obear, Secrotary; John W. Burke,
McGill, Superintendent of Agencies; James Mci
ADVISORY BOA nu ov POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH A
Hon, Sumter, President; Col. James H. Rion, V
Samuel W. Bookhart, Fairfield; Col. James Fa
B. D. Boyd, President Bank, Nowbbrry: Col.
Stradlcy, Greenville; Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkvillo
LAVAL, BLACK Ai GIBBES, Gem
'?50.000 siuco deposited in South Carolina.
"BAD BLOOD.?
"THE MEE 18 THE BLOOD."
FROM it wo derive oar strength, be auty and
monta! capabilities. It ia tue centre of
our being, around which revolvc-B all that
makcB existence happy. When thia source is
corrupted, tho painful cffocta are visible in
many ebapes, prominent among which ia!
SCROFULA.
TbiB ?B a taint or infection of the human
organism, and probably no one is wholly free
from it. It exhibits itself in various shapes
SB Ulcer? and Sore?, Decayed Bones, Diseased
Scalp, Boro EyoB, Weak and Diseased Joints,
St. Vitus' Danco, Poul Discharges from tho
Nostrils, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, lthcnmatism, Heart. Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions, Liver Complaint. Salt Rheum. Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, LOBS of Manhood and General
Debility.
It bau been tho custom to trent these di
RcaecB with Mercury nnd other Mineral sub
BtanccB, ^bich, though sometimes producing |
a cure, often provo injurions, and eMail mise?
ry in after lifo. Tho long known injurions
properties of theso s.c-called alteratives and
purifie TO has lcd tho philanthropical man of
science to explore thc arena of nature, tho re?
sult of which hap been tho discovery of vege?
table products which posses tho power of
eradicating these taints from the Blood.
The Sarsaparilla
AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is a blessing. Try it fairly, and your nerves
will bo restored to their wonted vigor, and
your dejected countcnanco be made radiant
with tho cons.ciounnc.jB of
RESTORED MANHOOD.
Being freo from violent minerals, it is
adapted to general use. The old and young
may use it; tho nioBt tlolicato femalo at any
timo may tako it; tho tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will bo cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood, S
CSE
DH. TUTTIS
Compound
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
QUEEN'S^ DELIGHT.
When used in tho Spring, it removes all
humors which infest the system, and ba?
nishes tho languor and debility peculiar to
that season of tho year.
It acts promptly ob the
LIVER ARO KIDNEYS,
Producing a healthy action of the important
organs by which all tho impurities of thc sys?
tem aro carried off, and the result is
For Diseases produced by the ti sc of
Mercury, and for Syphilis, with Ita train
of evil?, tills compound ls the only sure
antidote.
To tho poor creaturo, enfeebled in mind and
body, by Beeret practices, whoso nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down.cast,
33IO.? TUTTIS
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is tho acknowledged antidote to all Blood
Diseases. By its uee tho afflictions above
enumerated can be permanently banished,
and tho
Source-the Centre cf Ufe-the Blood,
ho maintained in all its purity and vigor.
A dear Skin, Good Appetite, Buofiflfd Spit its.
Prepared by N
WM. H. TU?T & LAND,
AUGUi'TA, GA., \
And sold by Druggists everywhere. V
April 14_Gmo
"GEORG?TPAGr? & CO.
UANUFACT: r-F.KS OF
PATENT PORTABLE CIRCULAE
SAW M?LLS,
Also Stationary and Portabio /
Stearn E.rtgt.rte8e &??,_/
No. 5 Schrcodcr Stroot, /
BALTlKQne.MQ.
&g~Sendfor Cataloguer, and Pricc-Liel*.
Old Java Coffee.
)f\ MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
l\J for salo at reduced prices. E. HOPE
>n States
CE COMPANY,
Macon, Georgia.
?GOO,OOO
f the charter, with State authorities of Georgia,
f Legislature, Tor security of policy-holders.
if?- GOLD POLICIES teilt be issued to those
preferring them.
Ampio provision AOAINST FOBFEITCItE of Po?
licies in tho expressed to n.H of tho contract;
and rights of Policy-holders clearly defined in.
Policies. ANNUITIES, with participation ia:
Profits, granted. The Company will always
purchase its Policies at their cash value when
desired. We offer the people of theStato same
financial security as Northern Mutual Comps
nies, tho accumulating premiums of tho in?
sured, and in addition thereto, a Capital
commencing with ?3?oi,000.
This State represented in tho management,
at Macon by South Carolina Stockholders.
Charter and Prosjieclus of the "Cotton States"
Ga., do cheerfully recommend it to the pecplo
ada rn Institution, Mutual in ita working, and
icc, with a guaranteed capital ampio for safetv;
th the requirements of thc Charter) for tlic
5., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
Rock Island Factory, "
it-Law. '?
WILSON, Attornoy-at Law, "
?ABKEB, M. D , Columbia, S. C.
w "
t-iaw, C. D. MELTON, .?
ir, M. D., Prof. S. C. Univcrsitv, Columbia.
jmmiseion Merchant, "
?oys-at-Law, Snmter, S. C.
ti,
. ft. 0. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
rsoN, Winiisboro, S. C.
I. DENNOVAST. Edgefield, S. C.
GENt W. W. HAIU.LEK, Marion, 8. C.
lenton, S. C.
I. I). Bovn, President Bank, Newberry, 8. C.
ty, formerly of South Carolina.
JOHN P. KINO, Augusta, Ga., and others,
nston, President; Wm. S. Holt, vice-President;
General Agent; C. F. McCay, Actuary; W. J,
cor Green, Medical Examiner.
ND 8ouTU CAROLINA.-Gen. Richard H. Ander
k'innsboro; Col. Wm. Wallace, Columbia; Dr,
rrow, Spartnnburg; Col. B.W. Ball, Laurens;
James G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
; Gen. John D. Kennedy, Camden, ftc.
jral Agents for North and South Carolina.
[April 28] Office Columbia, S. C.

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