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'Let our Jutt Censure
Attend tho True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1870.
VOL. VI-NO. 174.
-In Doce mb cr, ? gentleman at a settlo
moQt on tho Northern border of Texas,
called Montagne, wrote tho following
account of a borriblo mordor of a family
at tbnt place:
"'Last Friday, with a couple of com?
panions, I started from the pleasant lit?
tle village of Decatur to this place, about
2 o'clock P. M. Wo jogged ulong until
about one hour after night, when we ar?
rived at tho residenco of William Freo
inan, an old pioneer, where wo spent a
oheerful night, und again pursued our
.'Wo had not traveled farther than a
milo when wo received tho sad intelli?
gence that a family had been massacred
about two milos above. We hastened ou
to tho p'uca of the awful tragedy-and
may God forbid that my eyes should
ever again look upou such another scene
asl tbure witnessed. The first victim
was a littlo boy, some eight cir ten years
old, about forty yards from tho house,
Btono dead. His left arm was cut nut
from his body, exhibiting to full view
bis heart and lungs, bia bowels cut out,
and then scalped.
"We thou repaired to tho house, and
the first victim that met our gaze, nenr
beside the entrance, w.<s a girl about
nine or ten years old, wrapped or rather
tumbled in a mass of old bcd clothes,
&o., with ono naked hand and arni ele?
vated. I took hold of her baud, but to
find that she, too, was dead, and wound
ed in several places. Next was a lady,
somo Bixty years of age, by tho name of
Keenan, shot through her breast with
two arrows that passed through her body,
8nffering all that humanity could Huffer.
Her scalp was takeu off, too.
.'Next was a lovely littlo girl, three
years old, nursing a babe, and when it
was taken from hor arms, tho poor ehild
said she did not want Dolly to starve.
OJ examination it was found that she
(the little girl) had been lauced through
tho breast, thu weapon en teri u g on the
left and passing through tho right. Near
by her waa another girl, about ten years
of age, with her head beaten and bruised
in a most brutal manner, BtilT and cold,
almost lifeless. The Indians had braten
her head until'sho was probably thought
to bo dead, and pitched her out at thu
window, where she had lain all night in
a senseless condition. Then wo turned
to a littlo boy calling for water; ho was
lanced, tho wound entering above the
breast bono and passing out below.
"Tho next and last was a Mrs. Pas?
chal, lying besido tho bed on her face,
weltering in gore. On examination she
was found to be dead, with several wounds
that bad been inflicted in differeut. por?
tions of tho body. Ono littlo boy was
lanced in the breast, who mado his way
to a neighbor's house, about one mile off.
Two little children were left in tho bed
unhurt. Ono of tho wounded has since
died. This leaves four dead und four
wounded; two of tho wouuded will pro
bably recover. Mrs. Keener pays there
were eight or nine Indians that entered
the house about two hours after night
after they lind retired for tho night-and
committed this brutal massacre. There
were no men about the placo. The dead
wero promptly buried iu as decent a
manner as possible, and tho wounded
moved to whero they could be cared for."
PAETISAN Louie.-lu a lato speech
upon tho joint resolutions of tin; Indiana
Liegialaturo withdrawing its ussent to the
fifteenth constitutional amendaient,
Senator Morton asserted that the resolu?
tions were "predicated upou thc theory
that the rebellious States lost no rights
by their rebellion, a doctrino which is
abhorrent to common sonso." The re?
solutions declare that the ratification of
the fifteenth amendment by tho Senate
of Indiana was illegal, because of tho
absence of a constitutional quorum, and
that the amendment was void, because of
the enforced assent of Virginia, Missis?
sippi and Texas. Mr. Morton proceeded
to argue "that it was plainly iu thc
power of Congress to prescribe the con?
ditions upon which tho rebel States
should bo restored to their rights in tho
Union, and that theconatitutional amend?
ments wero right in themselves and
were vital to the safety of the nation,
and to provo that the assent of tho South?
ern States to them was secured by
coercion, it will have to bo first admit?
ted that those States lost no rights by
going into the rebellion." If Mr. Mor?
ton had definitely explained what
"rights" tho Southern StaL-B lost "hy
going into the rebellion," his argument
might perhaps bo moro intelligible. Bat
even if they Jost all their ngliN, aud
were reduced to a territorial condition,
who ever heard that territories, in order
to admission iuto the Union, were re?
quired to comply with nu unmade part,
of tho Constitution; with ti thing that i*
not in tho Constitution, and by tin ir
compliance make it such? Who ever
heard that Territories were called upon
to assist in tho formation of tho United
States Constitution? That is the work
of States, through their Legislatures or
conventions; and yet Senator Morton
would deprive States, under certain cir?
cumstances, of their rigbtH, uud coerce
them into that which could not bo de?
manded of Territories. He saya that a
contrary doctrino is ''abhorrent to com?
mon sense;" but even if it worn, wo
don't ?co how it could bo offensive to
constitution-mongers, who proposed such
theories ns thoso of Senator Morton.
To our minds it is such coercion of
States as he advocates that is contrary to
common sense, and to the commonest
principles of republic in iain.
Wo learn that tho hotel at William?
son, Greenville District, has been leased
for a term of years to Mr. Gorman, the
popular proprietor of the Columbia
Hotel. The Greenville Mountaineer says:
"The conditions of the lease aro such
that wo cxpoct to hear of many improve?
ments being made at these springs tor
tho comfort of guests during the ensuing
and successive soasons."
Tho affidavits takon in tho Lancaster
contested election cuse, in favor of Col.
Pinn. 13. Turapkius, already exceed the
number of Reform votes given in the
count of tho County eleclion commis?
sioners. Thero aro still about 150 Re?
form voters to make affidavit, which will
givo thc Reformers a handsomo majority.
Sarah, daughter of Col. A. LT. Colo, of
Savannah, Ga , was burnt to death iu
Fernandina, Flo., on tho 14th, by tho
bed clothes taking lire, while tho was
reading in bed.
An overflow of tho Danube lites inun?
dated tho suburbs <if Vienna, particularly
Lcopoldsladt and Rozan.
THE: GKEE.WILLE ENTERI'KI.SK
haB a good circulation in Greenville nnd ad?
joining Coutitiea. Will ho lound a good ad?
vertising medium for merchants and business
men deaning trado with tho up-country.
Greenville city in rapidly improving, and upon
completion of the Richmond and Atlanta and
Air-Linn Itailmad, will bo au important point.
WK HAVE THIS ?AY APPOINTED
Mr. JOHN C. SEEGEBS tho solo Agent for
ibo salo ol* our WHISKIES in Columbia, S. C.
JOHN GIBSON'S SON ,t CO.
Pntr..\nF.T.Tn!A November 19. 1H70 Dec!
TU SI A S StVEtUULE ? ti UTI AIE N TS -Es?
t?bil.-bcd facts aro silent arguments which
neither pen nor tongue can shako, and it is
upon established facta that thc reputation of
HOSTETILKS STOMACH BITTENS, ns a
health-preserving elixir, and a wholesome and
powerful remedy, ia baaed. Wh< n witnesses
como forward iu Crowds, year utter year, and
reit?ralo tho same statements in relation to
thc beneficial effects of a medicine upont hem
selves, disbelief iu ita efficacy is literally im?
passible. The credentials of this unequalled
tonic and alterative, extending over a period
of nearly twenty years, include individuals ol
every cla>-s. and residents ot i very clime, and
refer to tb ii mo.-1 prevalent among the com?
plaints which afflict and harass the human
tumily. Either a multitude ol' people,
st rangers tu each other, huvo annually been
seized with an insane and motiveless desire |
to deceive tho public, or llostetUi's loiters,
for no less than a fifth of a century, huvo been j
affording such relief to Bufferers from indi?
gestion, fovcr and aguo, biliousness, general
debility, und nervous disorders, as no other
preparation has ever imparted. To-day,
while the eyes of thc render are upon '/u sc lines,
tens of thousands of persons of both acics
aro relying upon tho Bittera au a euro deftneo
against tho ailments which tito present season
engnndcrs, and their confidence ia not mis?
placed. The local potions which interested
dealers sometimes endeavor to foist upon the
sick in its stead, are evorywhero meeting thc
f.ito that is duo to fraud and imposture, while
the demand for the e,rcat vegetable speedie
i-* constantly increasincr. F 17 ffi
NonoK.-l/he undersigned have lormcd a
Co-partnership, and will bo known as
E. W. SEIBIS LS ,t CO. Thov ropi'CHOnt aomo
of tho best FIUE and LIFE INSURANCE
COMPAN1E8 tn tho United States.
Wo proposo to be general Land Agenta, and
will sell or purchase Beal Estato anywhere in
South Carolina, especially in Columbia. Wu
will prosecute claims before tho Legislature,
und the renewal of lout honda or other papers,
persons wishing to ssll or buy Real Estato
.viii do woll to communicate with ns at Colum?
bia. Wo havo several handsomo places for
salo. Omeo at Mike Hoko'e Clothing Store.
E. W. ?EI?ELS,
Doc 2 J. B. EZEl.L.
OLD BANK BILLS and HtUl'lLATED
CURRENCY bought and sold bv
Nov ??tl fimo_D.JJAMHJULL. Brokor.
Iff YOU WANT
PEABL HOMINY, or
COHN FLOU lt,
Goto MONTEITH * FIELDING'S,
Feb !? Near tho 3Iarkot.
Cli err ice,
Green Poa:-. I
All tho above at ri tail, for 25 cents per can.
Also, Condensed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, L;ma
Beans. Pine Apple, Sardines, Pickles, Catsups,
?fcc. For tale at very lowest prices, bv
Dec 15 J. A T. R^ AO'NKW.
HE y NO LBS J MPH O YEMEN T.
fTTfJOSE who have lost several Natural
X Ti eth, and havo been advised to part
with remaining sound enos, as the first step |
towards obtaining artificial tubal ilutes, arc
requested, ht fore submitting to a practice, j
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
form! il, to convince themselves of Us fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of so much
Tho above improvement wasdcsigni il to rc- j
eist so deplorable a practico, and altera tho?
rough t< st ol more than three yi ais, is lound
capable of accomplishing what no other s\e
teni of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
lt is now possible to obtain ffrllnl costs,
which will favo for years Nalurnl Teeth, and
he at tho same lime reliable in every respect. I
An invitation is hereby given tn such as j
feel interested to call at our Operating !
Kooma, and examine implicate specimens ol |
cases unwin actual usn.
Nov (i t REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS. I
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in j
ithe city of Columbia, offer for salo th?
I latent patented und beet made STOVES;
?tho most improved patterns and regn
lar sizes of all kinds of T1N-WABE, andi
everything in these particular lines, with!
cnnlidcnce of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of I
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all it? branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all]
couve niant pointe about your promisee, wo
will do your work at auch prices aa will enable
all to afford it.
Tho public are invited to call. Storo in
Ehrlich's Bnilding, fonr doors below Brvco's
corner. Aug 18 *
COTTON SEED OIL CAKE oan~bo had
at all times, and in any quantity, of
Jan 21 E. HOPE.
SURE P O P!
DEATH TO RATS,
Never failing. Hosea double tho bizo as
ut h ern. Hermetically Healed and always fresh.
For sale at wholesale and retaii t>y "
ll AUDY SOLOMON,
An?! bv ad Drucyists nod Grocers Febl43nio
Liquors and Clears.
BRANDIES.--BRANDENBURG F B E T? F S,
1S:13. Jame? Uoiilicsty, 1838 and 18G5
l'liiot Castillou, 1SC0.
Wists - Moot A ChunuWi CHAMPAGNES, j
These all brands, being polo agent in 8< ?lb j
Carolina, and the Wines second io nom*.
S?ERME8.-? All grade.?, Ironi common to thc
HOCK, WHITE AND Cl.AM.T WINLH.-Hock
hcimiT, T.audeshcimcr, lit Sauternes, Latour
Ulandi, St. Julien, La BOHO, Nie ratt lier, Mar
cubrinni, ll"t Bursae, Cbateau Sauternes,
Tontet Banet, Margaux,Grand Vin Chateaux,
Lafitte and Latour, Vintage 1838.
FINK WIIISKIKB, AC.-These are selected with
great caro, mid comprise tho finest known
brands, whilst th?> stock nf rectified good?, j
domestic GINS, LUM, Au.,ai e offered at lower
SCOTCH WHISKKY. Real TEAT LEEK, is of j
my own import a linn, very supt rior.
CtOAKS -LIVE INDIAN, figaro. Espanola,
Palmetto, and ol her brands ai e offered, choice
iii nualit v and mod< ral? in pricu.
SMOKING TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially selected with regard to quality; ana, a
wortl in jour < ur, the best is alwavsthccln ap
eht, 1:1 whatever uno cats, drinks or smokes.
Ih r IS Or.OUOE HYMMERS.
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine.
-t(\f\ ('.ALLONS LINSEED OIL.
Lt f\f loo gallons Train oil,
UKI gallons Machinery Oil,
loo gallons Spirits Turptnliiu .
WO gallons Alcohol,
50 gallons Bi nzine,
lu barr?is Kerosene Oil.
For sale low by E. IT. IIHINITSH,
Jan 2"> Wholesale and B?tail 1 rugglst.
Plain Strett, near Main.
_<Vi/'g?Vf<t^. NOW on hand and daily ro
p'j - ?^'.->.?'?f';i iving from tho manufac
jB* * j Jiii^rK] tories of New York, Boston^
lfajgsgBESflP Cincinnati and Louisville,the
Jr largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
paltcrna, in Walnut 9,nd Imitation; also, tho
celcbiatcd Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of M ATTRESSES made to order. '.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at f
shortest notico ami in the beet manner.
1 erm8 cash and Goods cheap. Oct SO
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacture ol
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright A Vinn, one
of their now patent Brick Machines, capable
or turning out from 40,000 to G0.00O bricks per
day, aro now propared to mako contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
store, or at tho South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. Septa
f?t^jfSfol??? THE undersigned would in
QJIUBHSL form his fiiendi and patrons
^-LTjjrJiy that bois prepared to execute
scientifically and satisfactorily all operations
a url work t f whatsoever kied his profession
demands. Terms accommodating.
Oltico over Messrs. Porter A Co.'e Dry Goods
Steiis, on Main stieet, Columbia, S. C.
Office bonis fiom 'J a. m. to 1 p. m., and
from 2 to 4 p. ni.
Nov -2!1 D. L. BOOZER. D. D. H.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
1MIESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In stylo of
workmanship, and b>r efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the snme amount of
power, is unequaled. R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2 Columbia.H. O. |
Hew Varieties Garden Seeds.
Maibh heud Mammoth Cabbage.
Early Kehweiiiforth Cablmgo,
Iiev??* Earlv Prolific Tenido,
New French Break ra st Radish,
Early Flat Dutch Cabbage.
Early Winningstadt Cabbage.
1er sale by E. H. HEINITRn. ?
WlioleMnle nr.d Retfii' Drug and Seed Store.
New Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
1 AA Y.'IIOLE. half arti quarter boxrsi
H JU Ht w LAYER RAISINS and CITRON, I
DU half drums Sui} rna FIGS, I
English Walnut*,Pecans, Jim xii Nuts and,
Almond.', fresh nu ! for sale low.
Jim-1:1 FD WA RD HOPE. ;
?ga Silk Hats.
<Jg0?- Fil.ST importation j
nB:, K-? JW <'L0T51INn BAZAAR,
Wi' J*l? lhofacl 0?at Tails has
mtV^f?^ fallon, tho balance of
^iiiS? WINTER oGGDti will
.^teaL^g be sold oft ut cost.
i*^**"^ Feba D. OOODMAN.
noon, JOH AND NHW.SPAPETt
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nniiE Propriet?t nf iho I'hasxix lina fitted hp
X mn] tliuronghi.v furnished lu* office for thu
OSCi'ntion or nil .iuds of PLAIN AND ORNA?
MENTAL LETTER PRESS PliIVlING.
BRU RBB lt RUB
RBRR lt RU RR
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Tho Typ?, Bonier, Pules, Ornaments, Cuts,
etc., ure of MODEUN STYLE, carefully
HC-kvted from tho hil goat and best
Thc Trcs.-r* aro .t^s?^. of tl'0 MOST
A 1' I* lt 0 VED ^Jfflgffik PATTERNS
UDO, Adnma J;^j?*?a5*??L and Liber
ty-itu lud <?Wsif33$?S^ inp Platen
Rfd and ^^+?tj??s~- Cylinder
NNNNNN NNN .
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Professional Men, Merchants. Mannfacl tirera
and Mechanics, can be ?applied with ANY
KIND OB STYLE OK PRINTING,
however largo or small their orders
TTTT TTTT TTTT
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A LAUGE AND VA lil KD STOCK OE CARDS
Card hoard, Lettci. Nute, Cap and Colored
Papers, Bill Ueada. etc., will bo kept
constantly on hand from which
Ftlec?ons can bo made.
IIIIIIIII HI in
With the LARGE AMOUNT Ol' MATERIAL
on hand, tho stjla, cjualify and mat of
*?oi!t c-tiuot fail ti? givo satisfaction.
NNNNN N NNNN
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Orders )n>in abroad will receive J MMI'l)I ATI:
ATTENTION, and the work forwarded
to iti destination without delay.
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GOGG GO OOO
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rhisisthoonly .. x . \'J** establishment
in thc State, ?gr-,- where Shoot
POSTERS; . t-i&fe&C ?tc. can be
SET UP .vi -M'M?r'S- in style'.
CALL. '<?jS&^r 8 E E,
JULIAN A. HELBY. Pnorninion.
Central National Bank of Columbia.!
T It EA 9 U RY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE or COMPTUOI.LF.R OF THE CUIIHKNCY.
WASHINGTON, J HIHIHI y 13, lb71.
WnEliEAK by mttiBfactory ovidencu pro-!
Bentcd to tho undersigned, it linn been I
made to apocar that THE CENTRAI, NATIONAI i
BANK OF COLUMBIA, intlio city <it Columbia, in '
tho County of niobium!, and Kt a to of ."-outil Cu- j
rodna, has been duly organized und? r amt au- !
cording to tho requirement!)ol tho Act of Con- |
green entitled "An Act to pr?vido a naltnnal ?
currency, secured hy a pledge of United Staten i
bonds, and lo provide for thc circulation nnd j
redemption (hereof," approved Juno 3, loGI.
?md has complied with uti tho prov?noos of
Hitit! Act required to bo complied With bolorc I
commencing thu business ol banking under j
said Act. I
Now, therefore, I, UILAND R. HU LRU FD,
Comptroller of ibo Current y, do In-ruby ocr- I
tify that THE CENTRAL NATIONAL HANK OK Co- j
l.uiiiiv in tho city of Columbia, in Hie County
of Iticlilnnd, ?nd Muto of Bouth Carolina, is
authorized to commenco ibo business nf
banking under the Act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and i
seal of office, this Lhh day of Jannarv, 1871. i
Il IL AND B. HULbUitD,
Jan 17 Comp! roller of tho Cm rency. !
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
??^^ I INFORM my friends and
V^*>??2r public in gmioral that 1 havo
^il^^jikjj. just received an en tiro new
W T?-tock ol Double and Singlo Hur?
rel GUNS, UKI EATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Rclts, Caps, Ruck-Shut, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct fl_P. W. KU AFT. Main street.
Good Health-Long Life.
THERE is adiftorenco between pood bleed
..md bad blood-a difference of Life and
Death. Rad blood is full of humors, pro?
ducing corrupt yores, Ulcerp, Roils, Car?
buncles,Spots, Blotches. These aro indica?
tions of a diseased condition of tho system,
and unless removed, will prey upon the body j
und make it a diseased and luathesome thing i
?if flesh. Without puro blood no flesh is freo |
trom disease. The Palo and Hirnnken Foi ms, i
Yellow Faces, Weak Stomachs, Diseased !
Livers, Crippled Rheumatics, Nervous Hypo- I
ehondriacs, Dj sneptic Viet ims ot Headache so I
common in titi ? country, ia owing entirely to j
tho humors of the blood.
HEIMTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the
only sure medicino. 20.C?0 bodies sold at j
home bespeaks for it a popularity unexampled i
in the history of medicine. For pm it v iug the j
Blood and invigorating tho Livor, no boiler or j
cheaper medicine has ever been discovered, i
iieiliUfck'a Queen's Delight is a Purifier of tho |
Rlood and un Invigilator ol tho Liver, two
things essential in preserving Health and
in curiii[,r Disease. It invigorates tho Liver
and cures all disorders of tho Stomach and
Dowels, purifies tho Rlood and repairs the
waste of the body, imparts Strength and
gives Vigor to diseased anti enfeebled sisteme.
HEIMTSH'S QUEEN'S I BLIGHT.
The people approve, and physicians sanction
its use, becuusu it possesses merit, and is
what it eecnia to bc-a housthvid blessiny tu
HEADACHES.-Sick Headache, Nervous Head?
ache, Bilious Headache, Neuralgia, Catarih,
Dizzineee, Hush of Rlood to tho Head, Full?
ness, Oppression of tho Head, Ac.
CATAURE.-Thia unpleasant disease, ill nil
SonETiino.tT?, ftc- Sore Throats, Hoarse-1
ness, Loss of Voice, Weak Voice.
DYSPEPSIA.-This disease always cored iu
all cases, in persons of all ages and occupa?
Liv EB COMPLAINTS, JAUNDICE, ?IC.
Chronic Diarrhoea and all Chronic Dysente?
ry, Colics, obstinate Costiveness.
PILES.-Piles, Blind. Weening or Ulcerated,
Paintul, Itching, Huming, no matter bow long
Kidney Disease, Diabetes, Grave), Inconti?
nence, Stoppage, Their peculiar discuses
FACE AFFECTIONS.-Drown Spots, Moth
Blotches, Pimples, Black KpeekB. Heil Patches,
Burning, Itching, Rush of xilood to thc Face,
Cloasma, Had Complexion.
Abscesses. Rcrolula, when on the Scalp;
Throat, iutemal or external; on the Tongue,
Back, Limbs, or anywhere; Sore aud Swelled
Legs, all perfectly curable.
SKIN DISEASFS -Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acne,
Shingles,Scalv Eruptions, Watery Discharges,
Lobing. Huming. Chronic Erysipelas.
THE EYES -Inflamed and Itching, Scrofula,
Ac, on the Fyes and Eye-lids.
GorrnK, SWELLER NECK.-All cases cured.
Rheumatism, Chronic, Acute, Neuralgia,
Lameness, Swelled Joints, inability to walk,
paintul or passive, cured bv tho use of
HEIMTSU'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The afllicted, nervous and debilitated, whose
Bufferings have been protracted I rom hidden
causes, ami whose eases require prompt treat
lieut, will lind ni ways a sure remedy in
Ask for II El MESH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Take none other. He is the inventor and solo
proprietor. Sohl wholesale and retail al his
Drug ami Chemical Store, Columbia, S. C.
AETNA nie ?XSIBAXCE CO.,
Or 11 II 11 (oi ?I, Connecticut.
Capital SS.COO.OCO-Asseis $0,000,000
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Columbia, S. C.
Established in Cohan'ia, S. C.. A. 1>. 1?19.
Incorporated A. J), lspj.
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A prompt and liberal ndjtistnit nt a Specialty.
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not surpassed. Don't delay to tako a policy;
to-morrow, lire may ruin you. All dunns for
lorises prcntpUy adjusted and paid at this
Agency. GEO. HUGGINS, Agont,
Columbia, S. C.
Onice in i ear of Messrs. Durne A OhapmanV
Bookstore. Main street, Columbia, S. C.
Jan C 3mo
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o o / froT tue original
S?\3B*aiOv '? Qcrman receipt
w V > now in poBseasion
8SN.'?Jp$y \' ?*tl10 proprietor?
ItVi^r V- .?and ia ??"*
WJ/ftj \ k preparation that
K^fiV ' a i>'was used in Ger
SSSK-O many upwards of
Sffi&lgl a century ago; t,..
WO^" day >s houathoit
'..^ . remedy of Germe
/\.<? ' r? ny, recommend'..-;
? r . j^v^^^a by ita mont omi
' . V neut physicians,
Ll PPM A M'S
GREAT GEAI?N BITTER?.
IB composed of the purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho juices and extracts of raro herbe
roots und burks; nil of which combined make
it ono o? tho beat and surest preparations foi
t no cure of
Dyspepsia, Lob? tl Tone in tho Stomach RIK1
Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
goor, Constipai ion, I.i vcr Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and a- a
PREVENTIVE I'OR CHILLS AND FEVE,.
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TER S tho beat tonic known for tho ditenecsto
which they ure generally subject, and whero f.
gentle stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH. March IC, 1870.Fi
Messrs. Jacob Ltjipnuni & Bro., Savannen,
Ca.-GENTS: I have betoro mo your esteemed
letter ot tho 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "Geiman Bitters."
Alter a careful examination 1 most confess
that your Bitters is really what you reprosent
it to be, an old German recipe of Dr Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia, lt will no doubtbo
excellent lor dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and is a good preventivo o!
chills and fever. I lind it to bo a most de
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
youra truly,^ (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILLS, GA., March 22,1870. "
Messrs. Jacob Lmpinun <? Bro., Druggists,
Savannah, (7U..-GENTLEMEN: I Lavo intro?
duced your Great G? mian Bitters hero to my
customers and friends, ami I find better salo
lor it than any I bavo ever kept before. Those
who bavo tried it approve of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saving that it is far
superior in value to nar other Ritters now it,
UBc. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agents for Stain of Sonth Carob
na- DOWIE, MOISE A- DAVIS, HENRY BI8
?HOFF A CO.. GLAfTUS A WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charleton.
Depot in Columbia, H. C., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S. DrutrglslB. jJTJL2 lv||*
The Great Medical Discovery?
Dr. WALKER'S OAXTFOBNIA
|? Hondreds of Thousands
u~ Bear tostiraony to their Wonder- ? ? 3
0 o fnl Curative Effects. ? 3Ta
Hi WHAT ARE THEY?|CP
Ral -w si3
t-o rt / \. ??O
OT:? THEY ARE NOT A VILE 3% I
FANCY DRINK. Pl?
Harte of I'oor Rum, Whlnkey, Proof
Spirit* nod Refuse Liquors Wt< r-d. --.deed
a:xl sweetened t?> pleite.i fe- tiffi . railed "T?n.
1?*,^" Appetizers," '. Unstiirers'' that len*
tho tippler oa t i i'.re::'i I.-? . end min, hut arc
ulrne Medicine, ma : . 'from Un Nativo Roots and
Hr.rtis of California, free from nil Alroholle
Stimulants. Thuya.. :V ( : lt KA T lt LOOI>
IT in i 11: it nuil lil Fl! CI VI.NO PltlN
VI PliB ? perfect ISiui'ivutor andluvurorator nf
Hie System, carrying eil'all poisonous muller arid
restoring ttic blenl lo ;.. healthy condition. > .
parson can take these Hilter? accord i ?til !.. ;r. ..
tlon and remain len;; univ. ll.
For Infltimmiiiory un i ftlirnulc T?? .:
lUntlnm ami Coin, Dyspepsia or Ind.
UCNtioil, llllious, ltcmittcilt lind Inter?
mittent Kevern, IMsentte* of tb? Itlocd.
Liver, Kidney*, mid Bladder, these Hit?
lers liavo been mo I buecr-r-rTcl. HIM li 1)1?.
enHO?t nrc caused by flt Int cd llloiid, W?i?cli
In generally produced by dorunjfeincut i-f Hw
llicesl I ve O cnn us.
DYSPEPSIA Oil I NDIGESTION.
Headache. Pain 11 the t'liouldor.t, Cough*, '1 .;;!.t
ac<t? i>f Rio Chest. Dl/.r.:m!s:\ Sour Eructado .?; ui
thc Rlii!B'.c!i, "ad Unto la Ria Mou I h ll! llo-.is At?
t i-'-'i. Palpitation or Ric '.I 'art, I:iflant:i::it!i n of
Um Lung*. I* il I In Rieregion* ofilia Kidney*,and
a lin ntl red other painful symptoms, t " . Uni "if
; le y larlgor.tl : Rio ct.. nach rrnd atlmulnta "..n:
torpid I iver and howi : i,v, tildi r.-n lerRi.?:n .if uti
i-iVi.iSU'd clllcacy li cliranrins tho lilied of alt
1 in ?in ri i !.'.<.. iind Inipitril?:: new Ufo un.l vigor to
t':.: whola Hystcni.
FOR SK 1 N DISKASF.rt, Krnpt onsTtlisf,
Salt i:ticii:ii,U!otcli< H. S?'..t i, l'buplv*, l'uslulcs.
II Carbuncled, Rlng-Woi um, Gcald-llcad, Sore
ity.i, nryilpola;!, lle'i, Sciirfit, I)i=c >lorutio:is of
tl . Pida, rfniiiora and Diusaac.1 of the SW'n, of
whatever nam.? or natur i, r.ro literally ?tits u;>
and carried bul of Bis system l:i a cliorunuc by
tua ^FC of UICFJ. Hitters, tine bnttlc la Mich
i is. h iv iii CoilVHlCO tho t:io*t ii.ercdnlwut- ot' their
Cleanse Ric Vltlatad Blood whenever you find
IM Impurities bunting through the skin In Pim?
ples, Eruptions or Borea; clcnnse.lt winn you
Uni it obstructed ami Kingfish In tho voins;
eli'unse it when il IJ foul, ami yonr feelinirs will
tell you when. Keep Ric blood puro and tho
le-alth Of thc system will follow.
4PIN, TA PE and o?icr WO lt MS, lurking In
thc flystcm of so many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed nml removed. For full directions, read
carefully thc circular around each bottle.
.1. WALKER, Proprietor. R. n. MCDONALD *
CO., !)rnjnd*Ri Ocn. Agents, San Francisco,
Cul .nu 1 V.2 and 31 Commerce Etrcet. New Vork.
bou? nv ALL DRUOOISTS AND DEALERS
Dl-titf?tv MEiaRIt .t MolREGOR. Aconta.
Ch UTTtrto fTT>Q_
jT CASES GOLDEN EAGLE,
O 5 cases RED CR08S,
1 cask Catawba WINE.
These wines are mado of tho Boodling
Grapes, and are very delicious.
Dec 7 JOHN C. SEEQEB8,