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"Let our Just Censure ^^^^^ /t'.-^ud tb? True Event.''
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12 1871 *OL. YI-NO. 280.
G?BI?YL?'S' ?DEA ABOUT V?Bsa--?"
characteristic protest against the writing
of vorne, from Thomas Carlyle, bas just
boon toado pabilo by Dr. Sennett, to
Whom it was addressed, and who has
printed it in a collection of "testimoni?
aux? made to farther his application for
the Secretaryship of tho Loudon School
"'.Your name, hitherto," says Mr.
Carlyle, "is known to mo chiefly as asso?
ciated with verso. It ia ono of my con?
stant rogrots, iu this generation, that
men to whom tho gods havo given n
geniuB (which menus a light of intelli?
gence, of courage, and all manfulncss,
or else moans notbiug) will insist, in
such an earnest time as ours lins grown,
in bringing out their divine gifts in tho
shape of verse, whioh now co man reads
eutirely in earnest. That a man hus to
bring out his gift iu words of any kiud,
and not in silont divino actions, which
alone are fit to express it well, seems to
me a great mn fori uno for him; but that
he should select verse, with its half cre?
dibilities and other sud accompaniments,
when he might have prose and lie wholly
credible, if ho desired it; this I luy ut j
tho door of our spiritual teachers, (pe?
dants, mostly, and speaking an obsolete
dialect,) who thereby incalculably rot tho
world, making him who might have
been a Boldier and fighter (so terribly
wanted just at present) a moro preacher
and idle singer. Thia is a fixed percep
tion of mino, growing over more fixed
theso many years; and I offer it to you,
as I have done to many others in the
like oase, not much hoping that you will
believe in it all at ouco. But, certainly,
a good, wiso, earnest piece in prose from
you would pienso mo botter than the
musicallest verses could."
Butler, Pennsylvania, had a celebra?
tion over tho opening of a tweuty-milo
railroad, and tho feature was tho burial
of tho slago coach, and a procession of
Pittsburgers up the street, led by the
stage, driver, equipped with penny horns,
jews-harps, diu uer bolls, gongs und fish
The Administration's love for Republi?
can institutions is shown in its luck of
sympathy for struggling Cuba, and its
earnest efforts to In ko San Domingo,
while a majority of Dominicans aro ear?
nestly opposed to tho transfer.
Tho borough of South Pittsburg. Pa.,
was tho scene, of a destructive conflagra?
tion, on the |71li. Some thirtj' families
were rendered houseless, aud $150,000
worth of property destroyed.
Miss Marilin Lluines Butt, of Norfolk,
as she is best known to the literary world, I
or Mrs. Bennett, as sbo is mon: recently I
known in >i matrimonial sense, will bo
pained to learn of her death.
Russia seems anxious to derivo benefits
from her course in wiping out the treaty
of 185G, and hus just completed n rail?
road from St. Petersburg to Revel, un
important port on tho Baltic.
Daniel Lesesne, Esq., a prominent ci?
tizen of Charleston, died ou the 10th.
It is Haid of him, that "no purer or more
straight-forward man moved among us."
There nro no less than four revolutions
now going on in South America, and the
people are in hourly expectation of un
Loudon despatches say that Queen
Victoria's unpopularity has never reach?
ed such an alarming point os at present.
TALLEY ?Si BARNWELL.
THE undersigned havo this day entered
into partnerehip, in the practico of law,
nuder tho narnu of TAILBY it RA UNWELL.
W. H. TALLEY,
Jan 4_NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in
I tho city of Columbia, oller for salo the
latest patented and best made STOVES;
?the moat improved patterns and regu?
lar sizes or all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
everything in theso particular lines, with
confidence of thoir merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all its branches, ex?
ecuted. If yon want Water carried to all
convenient points about your premises, we
will do your work at such prices a? will enable
all to afford it.
The public aro invited to call. Storo in
Ehrlich's Building, four doors below Bryce's
oom er._ Aug 18 t
GREAT IEDLWI?S OF PRICES
IK CONSEQUENCE OF THE
FALL OF GOLD!
IMMENSE stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE; the largest stock in the Siaio; SELL
IMO AT LOW FlOUnKH.
In conxcqut nee of Ibo low pries of Gold,
the subscriber ha? concluded to sell his stock
accordingly, and would call tho attention ol
the visitors to tho Fair to call and examine
beforo purchasing elsewhere, as it is a duty
you owb to yourselves.
All he asks is a fair trial. Call and bo con?
We also have on hand a fine stock of CUT?
LERY, both for pocket and table use, with a
largo assortment of SPORTING IMPLE?
Give me a call and examine ray stock.
Agent for FLORENCE S? WING MACHINE.
Nov8 UedorOolumbia Hotel.
Plain Street, near Main.
. NOW on hand and dailv re?
ceiving from tho manufac?
tories o? New York, Boston.
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
. largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kopt in this market, concisting
io part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-boltom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest nut iee and in the best manner.
Term* cash and Good? cheap. Oct 80
Hew Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
"I f\f\ WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
JIH/ new LAYER I1AISINS and CI PRON,
fiO half drums Smyrna FIGS,
English Walnnta," Pecana, Brazil Nuts and
Almonds, fresh and for sall low.
Doo 13 EDWARD HOPE.
THOMAS a. LaMUTTB, ROTARY PUB?
LIC, COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS AND
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER, line re
moved his office from No. 1 Law Range to tho
office recently occupied by Messrs. Wallaco A
Greon, Attorneys at Low, opposite Gio Colum?
bia loo House. Jan 15 J mo
EXUBERANT HEALTH io a blessing vouch?
safed to few. Even those who have been fa
vorcd by naturo with strong constitutions and
vigorous frames, aro apt to neglect t :?e pre?
cautions necessary to preserve these precious
endowments. Indeed, as a rule, the moro
healthy and robust a man is, tho more liber?
ties ho is inclined to tako with his own phy?
sique. lt ia soiuo consolation to tho natural?
ly weak and feoblo to know that they can bo
so invigorated and built up, by a proper nao
oT tho moana which scieuco has placed at
their disposal, as to have a much better chance
of long lifo, and exemptions from disease and
pain, than tito most athletic of their follows
who arc foolish enough to suppose themselves
invulnerable, and act accordingly.
lt is not too much to say that moro than
half the people of tho civilized world need an
occasional tonic, to enable them to support
tho strain upon their bodies und minds which
tho fast lifo of this restless ano occasions.
In fact, a pure, wholesome unexciting tonic
is the grand desideratum td tho busy udlhons,
and they havu tim article in liostoitcr's Sto?
mach Unters, lt is a s tandn al medicino,t. e.,
il imparta permanent strength io weak sys?
tems and invigorates delicate constitutions.
Its reputation ?iud its sales have steadily in?
creased. Compotii ive preparations have been
introduced nd libitum, and, ns far as the pub?
lic ia concerned, nd nawteum, in tho hope of
rivalling it: but they have nil either norislind
m tho attempt, or been loft far lu tho rear.
lt has been t ho groat medical success of tho
present century, and it is quita certain that
no proprietary medicine in ibis country is as
widely known, or as generally used.
Ten light ning presses, running incessantly j
(Sundays excepted] tho whole year through
barely tupply the demand tor the Illustrated
Almanac, in which tho nature ami uses ot the
preparation aio set forth, the circulation now I
behm over nigh?, millions n year. El +("> |
"J?l^.o CelelDratod j
Thc most lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at thc Toilet.,
and in the Bath. For sale
by all Druggists and Per?
Sept 17 _fly
for 1871. Persons d??
sirons of obtaining tho
Spring Style of SILK
nATS, of vorysuperior
finish, will find it to
their interest to call al
once at GOODMAN S
where, also, owing to
tho fact that Parla has
fallen, the balanco of
our stock of FALL and
WINTER GOODS will
be sold off at coat.
Feh2 D. GOODMAN.
Kew Varieties Garden Seeds.
Marbi* head Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Schwoinforth Cabbage,
Keyes' Early Prolifio Tomato,
New French Breakfast Radian,
J- arly Flat Dutch Cabbage.
Early Winniugsladt Cabbage.
For salo by E. H. HEINIT8H.
Wholesale and Retail Drug and Seed Store.
Oils, Turpentine, BeDzine.
1 f\f\ GALLONS LINSEED OIL.
H r\J 100 gallonaTrain Oil,
100 gallons Machinery Oil,
loo gallouu Spirits Turpentine,
100 gallons Alcohol,
60 gallons Ut nzine,
10 barrels Kerosene Oil.
For aale low by E. H. HEINITSn,
Jan 25 Wholesale andJtetail I rngeiat.
/ 1 ENUINE Imported CIGARS, together with
, VDT a largo supply of Domestic CIGARS.
Piices to snit all._JOHN O SEEGERS.
I Agricultural and Garden Seed Store,
AFULL supply of SEEDS, of every variety,
all warranted of tho best quality and
approved kinds, and known to bo good.
EXTRA EARLY PEAS.
Onion Seis, red and white.
Extra Early Beets, and all other kinds.
Grass Seeds, Orchard Grata. Clover and I
Seeds sold at low prices. Call at
_??n li HKINITHH'S DRUO STORE.
Seed Irish Potatoes.
inn um'B- PINK Chili Reds,
L\/\.f Early Roso, Early Goodrich and
Poach Blows, for sale low for cash only.
Feb 3 ED. HOPE.
State of South Carolina.
To the Commissioners of Election for thc Elec
tion District of Georgetown County,
WH KHI-: AS, linn. J. ii. Kidney, who, nt
tho General Election held in April.
1808, was chosen a member of tho Senate ol'
tho Stato of South Carolina for tho Election
District of G ebi ge town County, and drew a
ballot to servo for tho term of four years,
lia? resigned; and, whereaa, the Constitution
of tho Sta-to of South Carolina directa that in
Bnch case, a Writ of Election shall be issued
by tho President of tho Boua'c, for tbo imr
poso of lilting tho vacancy thus occasioned. I
for tho rcmaiudf r of tho terni for which said
member waa electrd: I
Now, therefore, you, and each of you, are
hereby required, after duo advertisement, j
and with strict regard to all tho provisions of
tho (Constitution and lava ol said State
touching your duty in such case, tu hold :m
election fora member of Hie Senate of the
State of South Carolina, for the County of
Georgetown, lo serve for the rt mainder ol thu
term lor which said member. Hon. J. H.
Itainoy, was elected, th?! polls to he opt ned al j
tho various places ol elect ion in said District,
on THURSDAY, sixteenth day td February,
IH71, hy the various 31 ann ger H nf Election for
those piners respect i very, in accorda nco with
tho provisions of tho Act ?d' tho (Jen? ral
Assembly, i ntitlcd '"An Act providing for the
General Eh ci ion, und tin- mann? r "I conduct?
ing the-same," approved M areli 1, IK70 noil
thin writ, together with ymir return of thu
I' lection lo he held lintier it. have before the
Semite nt it- m \! meeting aller the h lection.
A LoN/.O J. KAN8I Eli,
President td th?- Senate.
Attest: J. \Vt:t?i?i:iTxr, clerk of Senate.
ttato of ?south Carotina.
To thc Commissioners of Election for thc Elec?
tion District of Charleston County.
WHEREAS Hon. W. H. MISHAV/. who, at
tho general election held in October.
1870, was CIIOBCU a member of tho Senate of
the State ol South Carolina, for tho Election
Diitrict of Charleston County, to Herve for thc
term of four years, has deceased; and where?
at] tho Constitution of tho State of Sonth Ca?
rolina directs that in such casta a wiitof
election shall bc issued by the President ol
tho Senate, for thc purpose of tilling i ito va?
cancy thus occasioned, for tho remainder of
tho term for which said member ao deceased
Now, therefore, you, and cadi of you, aro
hereby required, niter due advertisi incnt.and
with strict regard to all the provisions ?if tho
Constitution and laws of nain State, touching
your duty in such caso, to hold au election for
p. member of tho Senate of tho State of South
Carolina, for tho County of Charleston, to
servo for tho remainder of the term for which
said member (Hon. W. H. Miehaw) was elect?
ed, tho polls to bo opened at thc varinuaphueB
of olection in said District, on TH U USDA Y,
February If?, 1871, by tho val iona Managers o?
Election for thoeo placea, respectively, in ac?
cordance with tho provisions of tho Act tit tho
General Aasombly, entitled "An Act providing
for tho general election and tho manner ot
conducting the samo," approved March 1.
1870, anti this wi it, together with your return
of the election to be held under it. have before
thc Senate at its next mei ung after tho elec?
tion. A. J. HANSIEH,
President of Senate.
Attest: J. Woointurp, Cleikof Senate.
State of South Carolina.
Tu thc Commissioners < f Elf ?tions for thc Elec- j
lion District of Abbeville County.
WHEREAS Hon. H. J. Lt max. who, at
tho genet ul olection held in October.
1870, was chosen a member of tho Senate of j
thu State of South Carolina for the Election
Distiict of Abbeville County, to servo the
term of four y uara, has deceased; and whereas
the Constitution of the State ot South Caro?
lina directs that in such cases a writ of elec?
tion shall bo i-aued by the President of tho
Senate, for tho purpose of tilling tim vacancy
thus occasioned for the remainder of tho
term for which sum member so deceased was
Now, therefore, you and eaoh of you ure
hereby required, alter duo advertisement, and
with rtrirt regard to all provioiona of the
Constitution and laws of aaid Slate touch ie g I
your duty in such case, to hold an election for j
a member ot the Senate of the State of South
Carolina, for the Conni y nf Abbeville, tc serve
for the remainder of the term for which said
member. Hon. H. J. Lomax, wan i h oted; the I
polls to bo oponed at the varions phi oe? of
election in said District, on THURSDAY. lGih
day of February, 1871. by the variouB ma?
nagers of election for those places respect?
ively, in accordance willi tho provisions of |
tho Act of tho Genend Assembly, entitled
"An Act providing for tho general election,
and t lie manner of conducting tho seme," ap?
proved March 1, 1870. and this writ, together
with your return of tho election to bo held
under it, have before tho Senate at its next
meeting after tho election.
ALONZO J. RAN8IER.
Attest: J. WoonnoFF, Clerk of Sonate.
200 H?MSCB NLW ? >RK BU?AR"CURED
100 choice New York Rngar-Curerl SHOUL?
DERS. Jnat received and tor sale, at ?educed
pricoB, by J. A T. ll, AGNEW.
Liquors and Cisrars.
1S:?5. Jame? Hennessy, 1838 sud 18(;5.
I Finet Castillon, 18(10.
WINI s-Moot.t Chandon'3 CHAMPAGNES.
j These nil brands, being bolo agent in South
, Carolina, and the Wicca Bccond to none.
1 HnsitRiKB.-All grades, from common to Ibo
HOCK, WHITE ANO CI.ABET WINES.-nock
bciiucr, Lnudcshciincr, Ii't Banternea, Latour
Blanch,8t. Julien, La Boso, Nicrutenor, Mar
cobrium, H't Bar?ac, Chatean Banternea,
Ponlct linnet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Lntitto and Latour, Vintage 1858.
FINE WHISKIES, AC.-Tbeao aro Bclccted with
great caro, and comprise tho finest known
branda, whilst tho Block of rectified gooda,
domoatic GINS, RUM, Ac, aro offored at lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Real PEAT BEEK, is of
mv own impon al ion. very superior.
CIOAIIH -LIVE INDIAN, figaro. Espanola,
Palmetto, and other brands arooffored, cboico
in qnalitv aud moderato in price.
SMOKING TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially selected with regard to quality, and, a
word in your ear,tho beat is alwavs tho cheap?
est, in whatever ono cats, drinks or smokoB.
Dec ts GEORGE SYMMERS.
I!ESTHAL NATIONAL BANK
ColiimlDia, ss. O
Present Capital, $100,000.
AIJTIIOKI7.KD CAPITAL., S'iOO.OOO.
John li. Palmor, President.
A. <i. Breni/.er, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Grepjr, John B. Palmer, E. W. McMas
ter, R D. Si un, ol" ll. D. benn & Son; G. VV.
Bennien, of Copeland A Dearden; R.L. Bryan,
bf Brian .V McCarter; W. C. Swalficld, of lt.
A W. C Sw.1 Ifield.
F. W. MeMaster, Solicitor.
I'M? is Bank is now open lor tho transaction
. of a gen? ral banking business.
CuiTiFIRATRS OK DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, hearing interest at tho ralo of aoven (7)
percent per annum, in kind, will be issued.
Est eeial attention given lo collections, for
tiie making of which it has peculiar facilities.
! Drafts on all the piominctit cities iu the
; United Stales bought and fold.
Korvin? Exchange bought and sold, and col?
lections mudo on all tho principal cities in
Sight Drafts tlrairn direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Ur ?tnt. J.et.ers of Credit issued,
pavahlo in any of tho above places. j
Notes, mils of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Eonds, Cold and Slicer bought and i
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Deposita from County Officers especially BO
lieitcd; alao, from Trustees, Administrators.
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention niven to accountH of
Ci'y and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Accounts of Eailroad Companies, and other
corpoi atioiiH. received ou favorahlo terms.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from !? to tl. Feb 4
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
INTEREST A EEO WED A T THE EA TE O
SEVEN PEU CENT. PEU ANNUM.
ON CED Tl Flt: A 1 ES OF DEPOSl T,
AND SIN PEU CENT. COM
PO US I) ED EVER Y SIN
MONTHS ON A COO UN TS.
Wm. Marlin, President.
John B. Palmer. / ... T. ? . . ,
John P. Thomas, [Vic?-1 rwidei.li..
A. G Brenizcr. Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
kell, F. W. MeMaster. John P. Thoma*. E. H
Heiuitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayos, Nowborry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
Daniel Ravonol. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerka, Widows, Orr
phans and others may hero deposit their suv
inga and draw a liberal rate of interest thc re?
nn. Planters, Professional Sion and Trustee,
wintong to draw interest on their hinds until
they require them for business or other pur
poses: Parents desiring to set apart aimil)
?urns for their children, and Married Womel
and Minors (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case nf death, hy
their legal repr?sentatives,) wirhing to lay
aside funds for future nue. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their nieant
where they will rapidly accnmnlnte, and, al
the samo time, be subject to withdrawnlwheB
needed. A???- 18
THE nndersignod would in?
form his friend, and pat i ons
that he is prepared to ext cuto
scientifically and eatisfactorilj al! op?rai iona
and work of whatsoever kird his profci sion
demands. Terms accommodating.
Office over Messrs. Porter A Co.'a Dry G oods
Btoro. on Main Btieot. Columbia, S. C."
Office boura fiom 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and
from 2 lo 4 p. m.
Nov 29 D. L. BOOZER. D. D. R.
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey. Hil
Bobcrt Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard
Dupuy, Cogn?o Brandy, Duff Gordon's Pub
Rlierry, South-Bide Madeira Y.'ino, Londoi
Dock Port Wine, Hibberl's London Porter
McEwen'? Scotch Alo. Tho above direct fron
the importers and warranted pure.
For salo by_ EDWARD HOPE.
ALARGE assortment of freah VEGETA*
BLE SEED, just in and for salo low.
Jan 13 EDWARD HOPE.
Chewing: Tobacco-Jost Beceived.
AFINE lot of the best Pan-cako and Fi|
Nov 3 JOIIN C^SEEGERS.
City Gorrency wi? be Taken
IN payment for Gooda at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Central National Bank of Columbia.
OFFICE OF COMPTLOLLKH OP TUR CCIIUENCY.
WASHINGTON, January 13,1871.
WnEliEAS by satisfactory evidence prc
?enled lo thc undersigned, it hau bei n
niadoto apnear that TllK CKNTKAI. NATIONAI
PANK OF Coi.OMniA, in tho city of Columbia, in
tho County of Richland, and Sta to of south Ca?
rolina, has boen duly organized uuder and ac?
cording to I ho requirements of thc Act ofCon
groHB entitled "An Act to provide a national
currency. secured by a pledge of United State?
honda, ?nd to provide for tho circulation ?nil
redemption thereof," approved Juno 3, 1804,
and haa complied with all tho provisions of
Baid Act required to bo complied with bolero
commencing tho buBinesB or banking under
Now, therefore, I, HILAND R. IlULBUIiD,
Comptroller of tho Currency, do li tr oby cer?
tify that. TUE CENTRAI. NATIONAL DANI; OF CO
IXBiniA, in tho city of Columbia, in the County
of Richland, and ?tato of South Carolina, ia
authorized to commence tho business of
banking uuder tho Act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, witncsR my hand and
Beal of oflico, this 13th day o? January, 1871.
HILAND B. HULUUitD,
Jan 17 Comptroller of tho Currency.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I have
just received an entire new
Sdock of Double and Singlo Dar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Ponchee,
Pistol-BcltB, Cap?, Buck-Shot. Cartridge?.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
P.EPAIRINO done at ?hort not iee.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
Good Health-Long- Life.
rg"MlEKE is a diflorenco between good Mood
JL and bad blood-a diiTereiieo of Lifo and
Death. bud blood is full of humors, pro?
ducing corrupt Sores, Ulcer?, Roils, Car?
buncles, Spots, Blotches. These uro indica?
tions of a diseased condition <>f thc system,
and unless removed, will prey upon the body
sud make it a diseased and loathesomu thing
cd' flesh. Without puru blood no flesh is free
from disease. Tho Palo and Shrunken Foi ins.
Yellow Faces, Wenk Stomachs, Diseased
Livers, Crippled Rheumatics, Nervous Hypo
chuudriacs, DyspepticVictims ot Headache >,o
common in thi.s country, is owing entirely to
the humors of thc blood.
HEIN FISH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the
only ?uro medicine. 20,Obi) bid I les sold ?il
home bespeaks for it a popularity mn xainpli d
in t ho history of medicine. For purifying the
blood and invigorating the Liter, no better or
cheaper medicine has ever been discovered.
Il cinitsh's (jaeen'a Delight is a Purifier of the
blood and an Invigorator of the Liver, two
things essential in preserving Health and
in curing Disease. It invigorates the Liver
and cures all disorders of tho Stomach and
Bowels, purifies tho Blood and repairs the
waste of tho Body, imparts Strength and
given Vigor to diseased and enfeebled s\stems.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S I FLIGHT.
Thc people approve, and physicians sanction
its use, because it possesses merit, and is
what ii seems to bc-a housthotd b'tssinq to
IlKAnAOUES.-Sick Headache, Nervous Head?
ache, llilions Headache, Neuralgia, Catarilt,
Dizziness, hush of Blood to tho Head, Full?
ness, Oppression of Ibo Head, Ac.
CAT.MUIU.--This unpleasant disrate, in all
FOUR THROATS, Ac- Sine Throats, noai.-e
ness. Loss of Voice, Weak Voice.
DYSPEPSIA -This diseaae always cured in
all eases, in pe rt ons of all ages and occupa?
Livr.it COMPLAINTS, JAUNOICE, Ae.
Chi onie Dian lur a and all Chronic Dysente?
ry, Colics, obstinate Costiveness.
PILES.-Piles, Blind, Blceuiug or Ulcerated,
Painlnl, Itching, Burning, no matter how long
Kidney Disca>e, PiabctcH, Gravel, Inconti?
nence, Stoppage, Their peculiar diseases
FACH AFFECTIONS.-Brown Spots, Moth
Blotches, Pimples, Black >\x el.-, bed Patches,
Huming, Itching, Bush ol ?'.lund to the Face,
Cluasma, Bad Complexion.
Abscesses, Scrofula, when on tho Sculp;
Throat, internal or external; on the Tongue,
Back, 1 ?nibs, or anywhere; Sore and Swelled
Legs, all perfectly enrabie.
SKIN DISEASES-Salt lihcum, Triter, Acne,
Shingles,Scaly Eruptions, Watery Discharges,
Ilching. Burning, chronic Erysipelas.
Tm: EYES -Inflamed and Itching,Scrofula,
Ac., on the Fyes and Eye-lids.
(>onHE, .Swr.Li.Ki> NECK.-All easrs cared.
Itluiiuiatisin, Chronic, Acute, Neuralgin,
Laniei.i'i-s, Swelled Joints, inability to walk,
painful or passive, cured bv the use of
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The atllicted, nervous und debilitated, whose
sufferings have been prtdracled from hidden
Causes, and whose cases require prompt treat
neut, will lind ?ilwavs a sure remedy in
Ask for HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Take none other. He is I he inventor and sole
proprietor. Sold wholesale and retail at his
Drug and Chemical Store, Columbia, S. 0.
AETNA FlllE lASUIAA'Cli CO.,
Ol Hartford, Connecticut?
Capital $3,000,000 -A?setc $0.000, G 00
OKOKOK HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, 8. C.
Established in Cofum'ia, S. C.. A, I). 1849.
Incorporait d A. J). IKl'.h
THE WEALTHIEST FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY in America. The most snc
.cssful Fire Insurance Company m America.
\ prompt and Jibe ral adjustmuit a specially.
Prot? ct yourself against loss, by at once in?
uring in tho "iEl NA." The best protection
? gainst FIIIB is a policy in thu 'VETN A." In.
mro to-day, Finis will come when least ex
?ected. Strength and reliability- SC.COO.OOO
io!.surpassed. Don't delay to take a policy;
o-m oi J ow, fiie may ruin you. All chi i ms for
osacH premptly adjusted and paid at this
Igeucy. GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, 8. C.
Oflico in rear of Mosers. Durne. A Chapman's
Bookstore, Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
Jan 6 8roo
Purest Medicated Cordial ot the ?ge.
A L TERA TI VE~AN~TIB1LI0 US ana
IN VIGORA TING PROPERTIES.
ERS i? prepared
s from tho original
( German receipt
x '<**jgjt ^> , now in possession
ftv'l^Ja? \' of tho proprietors
WZSP* V5 ?ru<1 ie the ?ame
?^"^ preparation that
6 fr was used in Oer
many upwards of
day ia household
remedy of Germa?
by ita most omi
." * neut physicians.
GEEaT G E it M AN BITTERS
Is composed of Gie purest alcoholic csBence of
Gernuiny's favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho jnieca and extra?is of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of tho beat and surest preparations for
tho ci:>u of
Dyaj ; -ia, Loss of Tone in the Stomach and
Dig -live Organs, Nervous Debilitv.Lan
g 'i< r, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
' cnoral Exhaustion, and n? a
PREVENT! VE FOR CHILLS AND FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will lind LIFTMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the best tonic known for tho disensesto
which they aro generally subject, and where a
gentle stimulant ia recommended.
SAVANNAH, March 1G, 1870.K?
JVe.-.s-r.'t. Jacob Lijipman & Pro., Savannen
Ca.-GKNTS: I have beforo mo your esteemed
letter ol tho lilli inst., containing varions
documents relativo to your "German BitterB."
After a careful examination 1 must confess
thal your Bitters is really what you represent
it to he, an old German rccipo of Dr- Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia, lt will no doubtbo
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventive of
chilla and lever. I lind it to ho a mott de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KtitKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Mru*r*. Jamb Lippmun & Bro., Bruggisti,
Savannah, Ca.-GKNTLI MES: 1 havo intro?
duced your Crest G? rman bittere hero to my
customers and friends, and I find better Bale
for it than any 1 have ever kept before. Thoae
who have tried it approvo of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in sayiDg that "it is far
superior in value to any other BitterB now in
use. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale .Agents for Slate of South Caroli
oa- DO WIE, MOISE ?V DAVIS. HENRY BIS
GU OFF A. GO.. GLAOIUS & WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charlcton.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER &
MeOUF.OOIt'S. Diuu'i?isls. _ June 2 ly|?
Tho Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
2-g Hundreds of Thousands ffjT.
uZl Hear testimony to their Wonder- KO a
? o lui Curativo Effects. g ?ts
ly WHAT ARE THEY?|sg
Pfc" TnF.y ARE NOT A VILE ?2S
*?? FANCY DRINK.Pf I
Made of Poor Knut. Whistle;*, Prowl
&>l>lrilNiin<liii*S'(it<e i...; ior-*? n-i.?ivi?,i;>lceil
nial sweetened I , ' ?. i. iv.;-!, ra?l?d " Ton
i.- Appel;/.; is," .. la i i ?. ." .ve.. taut. Und
Ititi tippier on t ' du.i . ? - and :'ila, hut ard
ti li-itc Medicine, nadi n .. : i: Na?!\y [Jool.*Bini
Rinf f'-illfora'it, ft ..?. JVi.-.n ntl Aleotwlin
Siiiintl:ti:t*. Len -':> .<. ': RAT BLOOD
flit 1 mid [.I I'S (ii VING I'ltlN
( I V LE : :. r ?.. I'.- .e. .a..;- mal li.vl.-orc.lorof
tile Fystcia, rarrvli ? ? ..' di po! iv.uvi-? lucifer nutt
resiurlni: Hie 1 Vet! to 1.1 .nUUy oinriltlun.
p.-rson can lake the . ' ' v.rs uvoohllng !?.
timi ?ad rcnudti I.?a ; .. > ?. '!.
Pov lu Unalta., jory u nd Chronic ?'?ioi:
iiintiMii mid (.oui, I); Mpe;>siu or Indi?
gestion, ItitloiiM, tt nm ll lent mid Inter?
mittent Fevers, II!-.ca tes nf the Blond,
Liver, K iilneys. a nd Clad 1er, Illi no Blt?
HMM litiVJ li'fl IllOSt S'lCC ?'sful. Hill ll lllll
i-nses aro caiweil hy Vitiated Blood, wliteli
I- generally pr. ibu- d i y d rjauoinoiil of Ibu
DilM'M ? vc (lc; :- uy.
1>YSIT.J'SIA Oil INDIGESTION.
I(<mdnt-tic. Fulll la Rio ?tioui'!or*, Coughs. Thjtit
inws of i!ie Chest, l> ;:zia is'.fioitr (tractation! of
thu Si .m.ieli. Pud t..st .i i i l io Mouth Bilious At
lucks, I'tdpit i! a cf Ric Hean, Inflammation of
tin? I lings. Pulu la lin- regions of the. Kidneys, ami
abntidred other painful fyniptouis, ar liiu off.
springs nf Dyspepsia.
They invigorate tho Stomach and st la ulolo tln
torpid liver timi hew. ?s, which render :'.u:u of un
rquullci] ettlcapjf lu cleansing the blood of nil
|inpiirUli,<i, ind hupcrthig new lifo and vigor to
Hie wluite system.
VOU siilN DISEASES, Enptlons.Tctter,
SuU Rheum, Blotches. Spots, I'hnplca, Fustales,
Itr>;iR, Carbuncles, Rlag-Wonns, Scald-Head, Sore
!.:>?;.;'.. Erysipelas, Itch, Scarfs, Discolorations of
thu Skin, Hniuoru and Diseases oftlic Ekln, of
whatever name or naturi', i.rc literally dug up
wiJcarrlod out of tho syaicni In a r.horttimo by
the nfc of ttl??- niters. One bottlo In each
c:i?ei? will convince Ilia moat incredulous of their
Cleanse t?ic Vitiated Blood whenever you Hod
lu impurities bursting through Hie skin In rim
pies, Eruptions or Sores; cleanse lt when yon
fin.I li obstructed and sluggish in Hie veins;
rleanac lt when lt ls foul, mid your f.-ollnKS will
tell you when. Keep tiie blood pnro and the
benita of Hie nystein will follow.
VIS, TA FE and oilier WO lt MS, lurking ia
thc System of bo ninny tlioueniidn, aro effectuntly
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully thccirenlnr around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McUONALD &
CO., Druggists mid Hon. Agunta, San Francisco,
Cai .ait Wand 31 Commerce Street, New Yorlc
.sou? nv ALL nitcoorsTS AND DEALERS.
02S:|iiri.v GEIGER & MoGREQOR, Agents.
5GASE8 GOLDEN EAGLE,
5 cases RED CR088,
1 cr.ak Catawba WINE.
These wines aro made of tho Seodlin?
Grapes, and aro vcrv delicious.
Deo 7 JOHN C. 8EEGEB8,