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, EVEM WEDNE3DAS MORNING.
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? ED ITOU A St) rnOI-ftIETOR. '
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Ont upon the street, Mr. Saunders
concluded to take a walk. It was n
bright, moon-light night, with a soft,
soothing breeze blowing off the biko.
Ho walked through a business street, at
the upper eud of which was a small cot?
tage setting well baok, tho frout yard
ornamented with flowers. The curtains
wero drawn, but a light shone from
within, and tho tinkling of n guitar was
heard. He stopped irresolutely in front
of the gate. Tho sound of tho guitar
ceased. He put his foot upon the step,
and his hand upon the bell. Just then,
two shadows were visible upon the cur?
tains bf the room, one tall and robust
and the other short and fragile. The
toll shadow had its ?rms round tho waist
of 'the small one and their heads ap?
proached and blended into oue. Mr.
Saunders started as if a scorpion had
"?>-n her!" said he. "Sho never
cared for.me-only my money. Now that
she and faro have beggared, me, I sup?
pose she'd throw me over. No, 111 not
He passed on, extending his walk
beyond the business quarter, and out
into the region of elegant private resi?
dences, where the air was faint with the
odor of honey-suckles and June roses.
"Now," thought Mr. Saunders, "is
there any other way? I haven't a dollar.
I have good business capacities, but I
om known as a gambler, and no business
man would trust me iu a responsible
position. Besides, could I bear tho
sneers of the parasites who have fawned
upon me, and submitted to be kicked by
me when I was rich? I might saw wood,
but d-dif Ido!"
He stopped in front of a small but
elegant privato residence and leaned
over the fence. A light shone from au
upper window-the window of fterroom.
Jim's heart beat tumultuously, and his
very Anger tips thrilled with an electric
shook of feeling. He had lost money
and reputation at the gaming table; but
there, iu that room behind the delicate
lace curtains, was a treasure, thc loss ol
which had made him the veriest paupei
on earth. There had been gentle, lov?
ing remouBtrauce on tho ono part, fol?
lowed by hot, .wrathful words ou the
other, and they had parted, he in anger,
she in sorrow, and had never spoken
since. When he passed her in tho street
there was a polite, distant bow, on hie
part, aud a pitying, sorrowing glance
from her. He had even gone so far as
to quarrel with her brother, and strike
him a blow.
Mr. Saunders leaned over tho garden
fence, and iu the bitterness of his self
abasement forgot to puff his cigar.
Utterly, hopelessly bankrupt in money
and good name, the companion of har?
lots and thieves, he could ?toto see with
what brutal insolence ho had stricken
down the hand stretched forth to save
him, and how cruelly he had trodden
out a pure woman's love. Ho ground
his teeth with rage, and smote bis hoatec:
forehead with his open hand.
The window turned upou its hinges,
and a graceful, willowy form, dressed it
pure white, stepped out upon thc
balcony. She plucked a rose from thc
climbing vino and held it idly in bei
hands, as she leaned over tho railing.
There was a sigh, which floated upor
the soft, summer air, and was horne tc
the ears of tho wretched outcast beneath.
Then she began singing in a low, tremu?
lous voice the words of a plaintive song.
How well he remembered that quaint ole
ballad! James Saunders drooped lowei
over tho garden fence, and somethiu?
like rain pattered down from beneatt
his jaunty bat, and glistened on the ros(
leaves. There was a smothered sob,
and the figure on tho balcony started
listened a moment, and hastily retired
closing the window.
James Sauuders strodo moodily ou
Then he sat down upon a stono step out
lit a fresh cigar. There were no pedes
triaos, and that quiet suburb of th<
quiet city was as silent as the grave
Again he reviewed his life-his cold
cheerless childhood, his early manhood
embittered by the injustice of a hard
imperious old mau; his folly and sin
bis love-everything. Tho look bael
was dark. The ont look darker still.
He thrust his hand iuto his pocket
and whou ho brought it out again, tb<
bright, short barrel of a Derringer glis
tened in the moon-light. He lighted an
other cigar, and sat a long time, smoking
solemnly, with his fingers clasped abou
the breech of tho deadly weapon. H<
thought some of the here, and much o
the hereafter. A prowling cat carn?
over the garden wall, and then Bcurriet
away when it made out tho iiguro of th?
mau at tho gate. A terrier dog sniffet
at his feet, retreated hastily and set up i
James Saunders roso, took a final pul
nt his cigar, and threw tho stump at th
A clear, sharp report startled tho slum
bering echoes iu that quiet suburb, aui
set tho dogs a-barking for half a mil
around. A few windows wero basti);
i aiscd and startled hoads stretched forth
but, hearing no further disturbance, th
shot was credited to tho irritability o
some belated pedestrian, who, on hi
way homo, had fired at an exasperate
dog. A drowsy policeman, disturbed ii
his nap,^h??kj arose
from his recumbent posture and listened.
An hoar later, when briskly patroling
his beat, in anticipation of a visit from
his Hou tenant, he came across what he
supposed to be a drunken man, lying
across the side-walk.
.'Get up!" said the watchful guardian,
just touching the body with his foot. No
response following, ho administered a
vicious kick, which was equally fruitless.
"Well, if you ain't fuller'n a goose."
Stooping over the prostrate form of
tho supposed inebriate, iu placing his
hands under his shoulders to lift him up,
his fingers came in contact with some?
thing moist and slimy. Tho policeman
shudderingly withdrew his hands, held
them np in the moon-light, and looked
at them. They wero stained with a
dark, sticky substance. Ho turned sick
with horror, and hastily turned the body
over ou its back. The entire top and
one side of the head had been blown
away, while ouo eye had been forced out
of the socket, uud hung down upon the
King Faro was startled by tho event.
It was discussed for a night or two
around tho green table, and tho general
opinion was that Jim Saunders had made
a d-d fool of himself. "Ef he couldn't
beat tho tiger, why didn't he turn cap?
per?" was tho query of a gentle youth
whoso evory lineament looked to bo a
passport to the penitentiary. Old Toby,
however, didn't agree with the majority.
"I tell you, boys," said he, "Jim Saun?
ders dono the best ho could with his
hand. He couldn't a played it different.
When a feller gets stuck at faro, he can't
quit. He must turn thief himself, live
a dog life, workin' for tho beast, or else
blow his brains ont. You and me has
turned thieves, but Jim Saunders died
an honest mau, though a fool. Prince,
make me a cocktail."-Terre-Haute Mail.
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
Susan P. Gibbes, el al., vs. Anua M. Guignard
and Janies S. Guignard, Administrator, et al.
IN compliance with tho decretal order in tho
above stated caec, the creditors of tho tate
James Sanders Guignard aro hereby notified
that they are required to present and establish
by proof their respective demands against his
catato, on or before tho 1st of NOVEMBER
next, before me, at mr oftico in Columbia,
South Carolina. E>. ii. Dr.SAUSSURE,
Sept 3 ?} Special Referee.
?tate of South Carolina, Richland Co.
Edward W. Bancroft as Administrator of C.
A. Bedoll and H. B. Cla?in A Co., Plaintiffs,
rs. Sarah H. Bedell, Charles A. Bodell,
Francis B. Orchard, Augusta Orchard and
Arthur Bedell-Complaint to marshal asselts
for sale of land, relief, tte. Carroll A; Mellon,
PUBSUANT to an order of the Court in tho
above caeo, tho creditors of Charles A.
Bedoll, deceased, lato of Columbia, Richland
County, South Carolina, aro required to
establish their respective demanda before tho
undersigned at bia office in Columbia, S. C.,
on or before the 27th day of September next.
D. B. MILLER,
Aug 27 stn C. C. C. and Special Referee.
OHA LB?- CAROLINA INDIGO, of enpe
?U\j\J rior quality, for sale bv
August 25_ EDWARD HOPE.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
ASI?iT^L THIS plcasantly.located HC
AllBiWjW TEL, unsurpassed by any
?jJgjPJB^ House in the youth for comfort
K?SHB^^nd healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nico, airy rooms on roasonablo terme. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-pasBcngerB carried to
and from thc Hotol free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A- WRIGHT.
THE "ARROW TIE" was invented and pa?
tented by Mr. J. J. McCouib, while a resi?
dent of Now Orleans, previous to thc late
war-and salea of consid?rable quantity were
made herc in 18G1.
Since the war, it has been gradually grow?
ing in favor iu every section where cotton ia
Tho manufacture and salo ofthat TIE is thu
exercise on the part of MeCOMB of au unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For salo by all dealers in Iron Ties and
couutry merchants general]}-, under full gua
rauteo at ttio lowest market prices.
ROBERT MURE A CO., General Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
CHAUI.ES L, PinTi.r.TT, Columbia, S. C., Ge?
neral Traveling Agent for the Carolinas.
July 1!? 3aio
REYNOLDS* IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December. 1807.
AFTER an extensivo uso of this important
improvement in practico for nearly two
years, it is with full conlldencc urged upon the
profession and tho public, au fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention ot Artificial Dentures.
As in this method, rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into tho hands of those familiar
with gold plato work.
It may not bo generally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dentists who are
not liceufooa, render themselves liable to tho
penalty of infringement, as well ad tho ope?
Oftico rights will bc- disposed of and instruc?
tion given by letter, or at tho operating rooms
of Reynolds A Reynolds, whore tho manipula?
tion may be daily witnessed, and whero com?
munications maV bu addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
AUK 12 i _ Columbia. S^ C.
Removal ot Dental Office.
BlgSk DE. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
GBlWmjfiice to Mr. G. Diorcks' new building,
ou Main etroet, over tho Messrs. Povtor A
Co.'a Dry Goods' Store, whero ho offers his
profoaaional Berviceo lo his former patrons
and the public. June 28
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the repu?
tation of hoing tho beat place in tho city
for obtaining tho cooleat and most delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand of Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of tho
ordinary run. Call and seo me, on Washing?
ton Btreot. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7 Proprietor.
Oh a r 16 s ton Advertisements
i Kinsman ? Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
T. F. UIIOOIE. H. II. HUDOINB. II. C. UCUOIXS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IIRERALadvances made on Consignments.
J Refer to ANDREW SI MONDS, Esq., Prosi- |
dont let National Bank. Charleston, S. C.
Aug 21 gmo_'
SOLTn CAROLINA INSTITUTE,
NOV EM li ER 1, 1S70,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M3~ Moat liberal PremiumB offered in ovcry
department of Agriculture and Mechanic Arte.
Premium Li?t published in Pa in pb lc'. Form.
July 1 3mo
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAVING determined to reduce my present
spring and Bummer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, ile, which is very largo and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
the fall trado, I offer all goods in my linc at
COST for tho next thirty days; at which time
stock will be taken. This ia a rare opportu?
nity, especially for the trado and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
Time Extended Thirty Days.
June 28 _
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
FFICE Main Street, over Messrs. F ryan fe
McCarter'a Bookstore. Aug 18 2mo
'THE LIFE IS~THE BLOOD."
FROM it we deriveouratrcngtb, beantyand
mental capabilities. It is thc centre of |
our being, around which revolves all that
makes existence happy. When this som co is
corrupted, tho painful effects are visible in
many shapes, prominent among which is
This is a taint or infection of thc human
organism, and probably no ono is wholly free
from it. It exhibits itself in various shapes
as Ulcera and Sores, Decayed Bones, Diseased
Scalp, Sore Eyes, Weak and Diseased JointB,
St. Vitus' Danco, Foul Discharges from the
Noatrila, Eruptions, Glandular Swellings,
Throat Affections, Rheumatism, Heart Affec?
tions, Nervous Disorders, Barrenness, Disor?
ders of tho Womb, Dropsy, Syphilitic Affec?
tions^ Liver Complaint, Salt Rheum, Dyspep?
sia, Neuralgia, Loss of Manhood and General
It has been tho custom to treat theso di?
seases with Mercury and other Mineral sub?
stances, which, though eometinios producing
a cure, often prove injurions, and entail mise?
ry in after life. Tho long Known injurions
properties of theso so-called alteratives and
purifiers has lcd tho philanthropic^ niau of j
science to explore tho arena of nature, there
suit of which ha." been tho discovery of vego-1
table products which posses the power of
eradicating theee taints from the Blood.
Is a blessing. Try it fairly, and yonr nerves
will bc restored to their "wonted vigor, and
your dejected countenance bo made radiant
with the cousciominess of
Being free from violent minerals, it ia
adapted to general use. The old and young
may use it; tho most delicate femalo at any
time may take it; thc tender infant, who may
have inherited disease, will bo cured by it.
For Purifying the Blood,
EXTRACT. OF SARSAPARILLA
When used in the Spring, it removes all
humors which infest the system, and ba
nishca tho languor and debility peculiar to
that season of tho year.
It acts promptly on the
LIVER ASD KIDNEYS,
Producing a healthy action of tho important
organs by which all the impurities of the sys?
tem are carried off, and thc result is
Fm D?neuses pi <><!uc< <l l?y Hie IIMC of
Mercury,and for 8yplillla, with its train
of evil?, this compound ls tile only tare
To the poor creature,enfeebled in mind and
body, by secret practices, whose nerves are
unstrung, and countenance down-cast,
Compound Extract of
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Is tho acknowledged antidoto to all Blood
Diseases. By its uso the afflictions abovo
enumerated can bo permanently banished,
Source-the Centre of Life-the Blood,
bo maintained in all its purity and vigor.
A Clear Skin, Good Appetite, Buoyant Spirits,
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
And sold by Druggists everywhere.
April 15 Cmo
? Beer! Beer!!
SOME dealers in this city havo been in doab t
that I could hold oat supplying them with
Boer this Rummer. I now inform the publio
that I have a large supply of old Lager JBoer
,on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, aa to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by tho Beer seale..
Aug 20_JOHN C. SEEGERH.
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
At the old stand of Fisher A Heiniteh.
OPPOSITE PIHENIX OFFICE.
^^/7 WHERE DRUGS and MEDICINES
KBSBfeof every kind will bo .-old for cash,
flK^at remarkably iow prices; where
Physicians' 1'icbcriplions and Fami
?H_|L ly Recipes will bo prepared, under
3? Mr. iieiiiitbh's personal auporvisiou
and care. Where aleo the following mdispen
aablo article s may be had:
FRESH CONGRESS WATER,
Freeh Cihato Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracts, finest quality,
Toilet Articles and Colognes,
Toilet and Bath Soap, for tho thin and com?
plexion, Turkish Towels,
Bathing Spongea, Flcah Brushes,
Bakers' Broma anti Cocoa,
Prephred Wheat, Farinaceous Food, lor in?
fants and invalids,
Pure Extract of Cairs Feel for Jelly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxo A Cooper's, sheet and shred
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for tho Toilet.
Tho prophylactic character of Perfumed
WaterB and Odors has in all ages received thc
sanction of eminent and learned Physicians.
Thc frequent use of theeo has often Vectored
tho sick and feeble to health and strengt h.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth, for
rendering tho Skin soft and fair as Alabaster
Marble; removes all blemishes, freckles and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Com?
plaint, admirably adapted tor children.
Eaacnco of "Jamaica Ginger," Persons
traveling towards the mountains or thc sea,
will find thia article an indispensable requi?
site. For tale by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1_ _Druggist and Apothecary.
"WOMAS'S BEST FIUE.VD,"
WILL bring on thc Menses when they have
not been established, also when they
have been supjn'essed jrom unnatural causes.
Will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia of thc
back and womb. Will cure Painful Menstrua?
tion, and relieve tho head, back and loins of
those distressing julius and adas. Will check
Menorrhugia, or "excessive fiom." Will cure
" ll7il7e*.V and falling cf the womb, when it is
thc result of relaxation or bad health.
lt is as sure a euro in all tho above diseases
aa Quinine is iu Chills and Fever.
Ladies can cure themselves of all the above
diseases without revealing their complaints to
any person, which is always mortifying to their
pride and modesty.
lt is recommended and used by the beat
physicians in their private practice.
For a history of tho above diseases, ccrtifi
catea of its wonderful cures and directions
thc reader is referred to tho wrapper around
the bottle. Manufactured and eold bv
BRADFIELD & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by all Druggists. Trice tl.50.
TUSKEOEE. ALA.. November 21,ilSG0.
Mr. L. JJ. ilradtiebl-Snc. Please forward
us, immediately, another supply of Bradtield's
Female Regulator. Wo find it to be all that is
claimed for it, and we have witnessed the moat
decided and happy effects produced bvit. Yerv
respectfully, HUNTER ,fc ALEXANDER. *
ATLANTA. GA.. December 20,1S03.
Pr. J. Bradfield-DE.UI Sin: I take pleasure
in stating that sometime previous to the late
war, I used, with utmost succcts, ona servant
girl, your Female Regulator, prepared then at
Bradtield's Drug Storo, West Point, Ga. She
had been suffering severely from suppressed
menstruation, and this medicine restored her
to health. She is, to-day, living iu Atlanta,
Hound and well.
I will state further, that I know of its being
used, with equal success, in other casca. I do
not hesitate to endorso your preparation for
tho purpose for which von recommmend it.
Yours trulv, JOHN C. WH1TNER.
LAURANCE, GA., March 23,1870.
Bradfield ife Co., Atlanta-DEAR Sins: I take
Cleasuro iu stating that I have used, for the
IBI twenty years, the medicine you aro put?
ting un. known aa Dr. J. Bradtield's Female
Regulator, and consider it tho best combina?
tion ever gotten together for the diseases for
which it is recommended. I havo been fa?
miliar with the prescription both as a practi?
tioner of medicine and in domestic practice,
and can honestly say that I consider it a boon
to Buffering females, and can but hopo that
every lady in our whole land, who may bo suf?
fering in any way peculiar to their sex, may?
be able to procure a bottle, that their suffer?
ings may be not only relieved, but that they
may be restored to health and strength.
With iuv kindest regards, 1 am respectfullv,
W. B. FERRELL, M. D".
ATLANTA. GA , March 12, 1870.
I have examined tho recipe ol Bradtield's
Female Regulator, and from my knowledge ol
the ingredients, believe it a most excellent
Medicine, and well suited to that class of dis?
eases designated. I have no hesitation in ad?
vising its use, and contidentlv recommend it
to the public. JOEL BR?NHAM, M. D.
NEAR MARIETTA, GA., March ?il, lt>70.
Messrs. William Root <t Son- GENTLEMEN:
Some months ago I bought a bottle of Brad?
tield's Female Regulator from you, and havo
need it in my family with tho utmost satisfac?
tion, and havo recommended it to three other
familiep, and they have found it iust what it is
recommended. Thc females who havo used
your Regulator aro now in perfect health, and
are able lo attend to their household duties,
and wo cordiallv recommend it to tho public.
Yours respectfully, REV. H. B. JOHNSON.
NEAR MARIETTA, GA., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. William Root it Sou: Aboutouoycar
ngo I bought a bottlo of Bradtield's Female
Regulator from you, for ono of my daughters,
who had been suffering with " suppressed
menses for some time. I have had several
Physicians attending, but met wit h no succoss
until 1 was perfcuided to buy a bottle of the
Regulator, \ind it is the very thing for which
it is recommended. She is now in perfect
health. I hope all suffering females will, at
least, try one bottle, and have health again.
Yours respectfully, D. DOBBINS.
We could add a thousand other certificates;
but we consider the above amply sufficient
proof of its virtue. All we ask is a trial.
W. H. TUTT, of Augusta, Ga., and DOWIEA
MOISE, of Charleston. S. C., Wholesale Agents.
Price il.50 per bottle. For Hale by GEIGER
tc MCGREGOR,]:, H. HE?NITSH.C. H.MIOT,
Columbia, S. C. BRADFIELD & CO.,
April 23 1 Whitehall street. Atlanta, Ga.
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intend hereafter to korponlv a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT:
I will sell out, at and below cost, mv ENTIRE
STOCK or Pistola, Gun*, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A line lot of FANS, Belling verv ?nw.
ISAAC SULK BACHER,
June 1_Columbia Hotel Row.
FROM Me .Hsrs. Verden, Daviss Si Co., Louis-1
ville, Kv., ono barrel of tho celebrated!
Applegates' Kentucky Belle WHISKEY, at Ex?
FAYSINGER Si FRANKLIN,
Aug 27 _Proprlotora. _
New York Lion Lager, to he bael nt
To Republican Voters of Richland Co.
THE following candidates for County Of?
ficers of Richland aro respectfully submitted
to the people for their consideration. Behov?
ing that tho masses are opposed to the action
of tho (so-called") County Convention, held iu
Columbia on tbe22d, 23d July, the aa me being
not legal; and that while they heartily sup?
port tho nomination by tho Convention of R.
K. Scott, for Governor, and A, J. Rausicr, for
Lioutenaut-Govcrnor, as well as tho selection
of R. B. Elliott, for tho Third Congressional
District, yet they feel it as au usurpation of
power by thc said (so-called) Convention, in
their having mado any County nominations,
and that they arc not disposed to be dictated
to by any clique or ring, who may aesumo
such power tor their own aggrandizement;
and as they also believe in tho Republican
principle of rotatiou iu office
ROBERT K. SCOTT.
For Lieutenant- Governor,
ALONZO J. RANSI ER.
For Congress-Third District.
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
REV. DAVID PICKETT.
JAMES J. GOODWYN,
School Co ?um issioner,
COM nt y Com nt if stoners.
R. I. CANNON. Aug 25
Union Republican Nominations.
ROBERT K. SCOTT.
For Lieutenant-O over nor,
ALONZO J. RANSIER.
For Congre.*.*, 37? ?/vi District.
ROBERT B. ELLIOTT.
WILLIAM B. NASH.
SAMUEL B. THOMPSON.
WILLIAM HUTSO'N WIGG.
School Coinmissiont r.
NATHANIEL E. EDWARDS.
County Com missioners,
JOHN H. BRYANT.
JOHN J. GOODWIN.
C. M. WILDER, Chairman
Aug 24 Richland County Centrai Com.
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
A L TERA TI I rE~~ANTLIiILIO US anet
IE VIGORA TING PROPERTIES.
' "" ,, LIPPMAN's great
/fRAOs ,\lAq.. GERMAN RITT?
ERS is prepared
? from the original
now in possession
of the proprietors
?un? is tho same
was used in Ger?
many upwards of
a century ago;to?
day is household
remedy of Germa?
. -?si - by its most cmi
? ' '? neut physicians.
LI PPM AX'S
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Ia composed of the purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorite beverage, impregnated
with thc juices and extracts of raro herbs,
roots and harlin; all of which combined make
it one of tho bett and surest preparations for
the cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone in the Stomach and
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and as a
PDE VEXTI VE FOIl CHILLS AXD FE VEE
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will lind LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the best tonic known for the disensesto
which they are generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IG, 1S70.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman d; Uro., Sacannoh,
Ga.-GENTS: I have before me your esteemed
letter of tho 1-lth inst., containing various
documenta relative to your "German Bittere."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to be, an old German recipe of Dr. Hitch?
er lich, of Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubt be
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I hud it to bo a most de?
lightful and pleataut stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MIEI-S, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs, Jacob Lippman di Ero., Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: 1 have intro?
duced your Great German Bitters hero to my
customers and friends, and I lind better sal?
for it than any I have over kept before. Those
who havo tried it approvo of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saying that it is far 1
superior in value to any other Bitters now in !
use. Yours, respectfuflv,
(Signed) " W. KIRKLAND.
Depot in Columbia, H. C., at GEIGER A
Wholesale Agents for the State of South 1
Carolina-DOW1E, MOISE Ss DAVIS, HENRY
BISCHOFF Si CO . ?LACIUS ? WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER St DUCKER, Charles
ton. S. C._June 2 Iv?;j
To the Traveling Public.
IF you want a Fine, Large, Airy ROOM,
stop nt tho EXCHANGE HOUSE, on Main
street, where you can get a good Meal at the
regular time. If you aro busy and not there
at Meal times, you can order it when you
come, without extra charge.
RATES, per day, $2.50; per week, less.
Stables on the premises.
PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
May 8 Proprietors.
IHAVE just received the following list of j
choice WINES, comprising the lines! Euro-1
pean brands. Thies is, without doubt, tho!
largest and best assortment ever offered in
CLARETS.-Brandenburg Freres' Mceloc,
St. Julien. Martiaux, Pontet Canct, Laltose, !
Chateau La Roso, Grand Vin Latour, 1858;!
Margaux, 1K>*; LaFitto. 1858.
HOCKS ANO SAUTERNES.-Lanbon
heimer, Neersteimor, Hockhcimcr, Marco
brinier, Rudesheimer, Haut Sauterno, Haut
CHAMPAGNES-Meet Ss Chandon's Vor
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gi eon
Heal. Bruch, Toucher Ss Co.'b Lac D'Or, Carte 1
D'Or, Sparkling Moselle.
SHERRIES-All Grades, from houao of
Wisdom Ss Warter, Xerea do La Frontera, in?
cluding somo very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy the attention of connoieeura.
May 15 GEORGE 8YMMERS.
ROBERT WOOD & CO..
OP Al EN TU IRON WORKS.
f^i ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Cant,
\JC Wrought Iron and Wire Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Verandas, Settees, Arbor?, Chairs,
Spiral and straight, in every variety o? pat?
tern. New and improved styles of Hav Racks,
Mangers, Stable Fixtures, Stall Division?, Ac.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ao.
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
refereuco to thc above class of work, we aro
now prepared to lill with promptness all or?
ders for Bronze Castings of Statuary, colossal,
heroic, and life size.
O l? XA MENTA L WON GOODS.
Tho largest assortment to bo found in the
United States, all of which arc executed with
the express view of pleasing the taBto, while
they combine all the requisites of beauty and
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the place of
Designs will be sent to those who whb to
make a selection._April 13 Gm
1AO Baltimore aud Return any tinio previous
. to the 15th of October next, can be pur?
chased at the Ticket Ofliee of tho South Caro?
lina Railroad, at GREATLY REDUOED
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
i gaaHM Leave Anderson.4.20 P.M.
J?y?S3KaSt? ? Pendleton.5.20 "
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.5.00 A. M.
" Pendleton.C.30 "
Arrive at Andereon.7.2o "
Waiting at Anderson ono hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 31_W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLVSIUIA, S. C., July 25, 1870.
GS HST PJUTfiSasSD ON and after MON
?:fS?i2*-?^DAY, August 1, tho fol?
lowing Schedule will be run daily, Sundays
excepted, connecting with Night Trains on
South Carolina Road, np and down, also with
Trains going South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Ur-Leavo Columbia. 8.15 am
" Alston. 9.88 a m
" Newberry..:. 11.08 am
Arrive Abbeville'. 8.00 p m
" Anderson. 4.80 p m
" Greenville. 5.00 pm
Dows-Leave Greenville. 7.00 a m
" Anderson. 7.30 a m
" Abbeville. 9.00 a m
" Newberry. 12.47 pm
?' Alston. 2.80 p m
Arrive Columbia. 3.45 p m
Up-Leave Columbia. 8.00 a m
" Alston. 9 30 a m
" Frog Level.10.40 am
" Newberry.11.( 5 a m
Arrive at Helena at.11.15 a m
Down-Leavo Helena. 2.45 pm
" Newberry. 2.55 pm
" Frog Level. 3.15 pm
" Alston. 4.15 p m
Arrive at Columbia. COO p m
July 2S JOHN IL MORE, GenT Suprt.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UNIONYLLLE, JENE 21,1870.
f2 WU PMIFiMH PASSENGER Trains on
IBP^'?rganf zSfithis road ron daily:
On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays anti
Saturdays the down trains will leave Spartan
burg Court House at 5.30 a. m., and arrive at
Alston at 11.00 a. m; returning leave Alston
at 12.00 m., and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 5.80 p. m. On Tuesdays the down
trains will leave Spartanburg Court House at
7.30 a. m., aud arrive at Alston at 1.00 p. m.;
returning leave Alston at 2.15 p. m., auel reach
Spartanburg Court Houeo at 7.00 p. m. On
Thursdays tho down trains will leave Spartan
burg Court House at 3.45 a. m., and arrive at
Alston at 8.35 a. m.; returning leave Alston
at 9.30 a. m.. and reach Spartanburg Court
House at 2.40 p. m.
June 23 TH OS. B. JETER. President.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1,1870.
ESSRRSSSSSB ON and after THIS DAY,
flBcTlf **THp^Hr?tlie Passenger traina over
thia Road will mn as follows :
Leave Charlotte, N.C.at.8.20 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 3.45 p.m.
Arrive Augusta, at. 8.50 p. m.
Leave Augusta, at. COO a. m.
" Columbia, S. C.,at.11.45 a.m.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. at.C80 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION THAIS, hlNDAYS EXCEPTED.
Leave Columbia.10.10 p. m
Arrrive at Augusta. 7.00 a.m.
Leave Augusta. 6.80 p. m.
Arrivo at Columbia.4.15 a. m.
Clone connections made ria Greensboro and
Richmond and Acepiia Creek, and vin Raleigh
Weldon and Bay Line. Through Tickets sold
and baggage checked to all points North,
South, and Weat.
Sept 1 C. BOUKNIOHT, Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
COLUMBIA, S.C., MA? 13, 1870.
mm ? ramassur. ON and after Sou?
ffl* *3 S? &^^<??' il a y, 15th May, tho
Passenger Trains upon tho South Carolina
Railroad will run tho following schedule:
Leave. Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrivo at Charleston.3.80 p m
Leavo Charleston.8.30 am
?rrive at Columbia.4.10 p m
FOR At ?t'STA.
Leave Columbia.7.45 a m
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 p m
Leavo Augusta.8.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.1.10 p m
NIORT EXPRESS TRAIN (SVNDAVS EXCEPTED).
Leave Columbia.7.50 p m
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 a m
Arrivo at Augusta.7.05 am
Leavo Charleston.7.30 pm
Leave Augusta.6.00 p m
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 a m
Camdon and Columbia Passenger Trains
will run Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays;
and between Camden and Ringville tinily.
Leave Camden ..6.35 a m
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 a m
Leave Columbia.1.00 p m
Arrive at Camden.5.40 p m
H.T. rEAKE, Gen'l Sup't.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., August 29. 1670.
fcLiUilUdfiffiC ON and after TnURF
_3?a?^feDAY. September 1, 1870.
trains will ho run over this Road in accordauco
with thc following time-table:
Trains East. Trains Weet.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. ARRIVE. I. LA VE.
Charlotte 7.00 p ra 7.40 a m
Salisbury.9.34 p m 9.S9 p ra 5.00 a m 5.05 a m
Greensb"'ol2.30a m 1.15a m 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Co. Shops 2.30 a ni 3.00 a m 10.49 p m 11.25 p m
Hillsboro' 4.13 am 4.15 am 9.33 p m 9.35 p ra
Raleigh... 0.S2 a ra 7.00 a m C58 p m 7.15 p m
Goldsboro 10.50 a m 3.00 p m
A Freight and Accommodation Train leaves
Charlotte daily, at 3.30 p. m., and arrives at
G 30 a. ra. W. H. GREEN, Mas. Trans.