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1 '"ftja^^ PRTL 12 1871.- . ? VOL. vll?-ls4 ? <* 2&i|?
j l^j^l^pst ksting, agree?
able^ and ? refreshing of all
tM?^^??^^?^ on the
Handt?rcliief, at the toilet,
and in the Bath? For sale
by,'.all vl)i'nggists iahd Per
r*M.t?7 :? ' -_t_
^?/urlititi. -I heroin, warn all purlieu fi om
! JJiS IJTJNTlNGior FISHING'on my Farm,
! in tho viohitty of Sqiith'e Braocb.
AprlHa8. -? J. W. PABKKR
> T*I??6VALUDHS. REYNOLD* A REY
ii JL%j NOLDB have romovorl their Dental O flin
; to ri)oraa lo Agnrw's building, lately ocoopiec
. byMre rjmlth ask 'millinery establishment
Kntraboe between Agnew's and Jackron'i
atores, a few doors Booth of tho Columbo
jMtdg_._ April 6 12?
> /A?i0;JANE B&3JL.B Ulta HUltb&TKl
\J\. COIillicNcY bo agb t and sold by
rlNn^28 <ftoV D. PAM HILL. Broker.
COUNTY V1.AIAIS A NU JtllY 'JEItTl
.fioATKS bought by . .
Keb 5. , D. GAMBBILD. Broker.
JHOTTON BECKD,OIL, O?&5 cun lie hat
\iJ ''kV bil tin. OB, and in any quant i t v, of
SrUOKS, UUftDS ?nd ooCI'ONS bons h
> ?ndaoldby D. GAMBBILL, Broker.
>B? ' roa BUNT.-Above tho Carolin
hy National Bank aro three haudentn
?ll BOOMS fur rent. Tbet-o ruma ar
provided with all tho appendages nea-t-aary t
ibo.comfort and conv<pleite? of the ocmi
pun?? '' " Ai'pW iii tho Hank March 17
SPKUlALi ATT* N I lUh given io thu co
lootion ? Of Oom met cial Paper, Int?r?t
on Stato and Kai road Bouda and Blocke, au
CooTor-ioit of ?tate Securities, by
WdvQaOmo;- f- OAMRHU.T.. Br?h?>.
. -yjit} Viii n ?"V7at-t3'">
A-: YOUNG MAN, with'i?i. a family, of goo
jfu reputo, that wHl attend toJ->ur bri si not
And l?avo others to attend to theirs, wit bot
ros peet to po I i tin H. Liberal wages *ill.b
paid. PAYSINGEU A Pr.ANK.LlN.
?\ ..? .?') Baak of Charleston.
tV.. ;CH \RLESTON, S O . MABCD 28,1871.
TTN acto-dan co with tho resolution adopte
IL at a meeting of the Stockholders OD 27I
Instant, an election for THIRTEEN DIRLi/.
ORB wi.1 bo held bli ?UESDAY 2d day of Mi
noxtj and a meeting, of -tho Stockholders f<
tho norpopo of ro-organizing the-Bank wi
wo be held on Bame date, at 12 o'clock, in tl
. Bank'Hatl. Ivs* WILLIAM THAYEK,
. April Ul? _Cahhier.
\ For sale.
- THAT newly finished and elegai
O|MANBI0N, corner of Hlohland and Oat
."?H^streots. The lot contains one aero
highly cultivated abd ornamented gionn
commanding a picturesque view of tho Co
gareo River and valley.
Also, for salo, four other large abd well ii
?roved oty LOTS,.and a FARM, on Git
reek. Tour miles from Colombia, containii
About 600 acres bf land, 150 of which are h
ground.- o .< ; J. W. PARKER,
-.j. Ahr? 4 . ' '_ jlmo
? :< Entire New Stock.
r*<? THE undersigned respeotfn ly infori
"SSShis onstomors that ho has REMOVED
IflBlh'?' nsw store, on Main ?tn ot. direr
?*SULoppo-ito tho Columbia Hot-1, anl is tu
pro pared with an entirely NEW BT? >C: K <
GOODS, to flt ont a gontlomtn in tho ve
L&TEBT .FASHION. He bas secured t
latest ind best st\le* of CLOTH**, CAS!
MERES arid GENn.EM EN'S JrUBNISHll
GOOD J g norally. . Cull at tho new stand a
select ? snit, or feavo your order and bav?
made to measure.U .0. D. EBERB AHDT
March 20 , . . . \ .
? o'o :. BeegeraV Beer IB Fore.
IT don't .coutuin Oocnoulus Indiens F
Berrtps'tb matte ajggpjr or headache.
? " u " ,( J?atrjral j Frozen Ice.
A1 S tho summer season is now approachii
XlL I wish to iuform my old customers, s
thu nobile io general, that having secare
good cr-ip of natural fro/, m lake ICE. t
winter, ?o ar?)* prepared to furnish it, in i
quantity, aa. InW as any that OHO be prooa:
her?, tbar ia, from one to,ono and a halt on
per pound, according, to quantity, and h
boon Bolling at that price since the 1st
January.' 'bbl! 'J. D. BATEMAN, Ag*t,
.Marnb 17 201" ' Coln-* bia Ice Honst
J?ifisoAut?on ci ?Uopartnfcr&hip.
THE' copartnership heretofore exist
nuder the firm of E. U. PLUMER A C
was dissolved on the 22d testant, by mul
All persons having claims again* t the i
will preWit th. ra to Mr. E. O. 1TUMKB
settlement, add those indebted win plc
?tome forward/promptly and settle their
ebnnta with him.
. Wo ask for tho new firm, who succeeds n
continuance, or that patronage au liberally
E. O PLUMER.
J. E. RICHARDS,
JACOB t-Ut ZBACHE!
COLUMBIA, H. G., March 22, 1871.
TOBE GAB FITTING and FIXTURE BI
X NUBS, heretofore conducted by E.
Plomer A Co., will bu conducted by the
lnmtda Po table Gua" I ight Company at
old rjt a nd on Plain st root. All orders in t
Hob will Ot) promptly attended to by
<'v Wiri >?: * E. C. BLUMER.
''"j; WALTER O. FISHER, "
??l >t ft:.. And Doaler lu
Family Jiledicines. Seeds
? KANuV cmtma, A?..
iOPPOBITU TUR nnLUMHIA JIOTE
. , jf ?M?M?g? <ttim OPENED
g-g^&nRUG STORE, loller to Color
"^S^and vicinity a weR helected sim
gOf PURE DftUOS, FAMILY Ml
?jHpW'.; CIN Efl, rf BEhDB, and evoryt
?9 uenallir ki pt lu a first class ot
Usbm?bt; FreeoriDit?ns oaretullT prepi
il ! inf rofloce :a new featuro (for: Colun
i?Prescription buslnese, havit g a B
a* th? front dooi. and a cotoDASU nt.tmrvi
.l?sp In tho Store, parties ban be" ?np|
?Bb WedfcUie at any boar of the night.
^?'*&if&Jfi . i:v * *>'??' *.'. . ?i ll
CUJ? AF GOODS
O. F. JACKSON'S.
NOT to bo boat by aov FOUR* in tho city,
largo or Broall. Whito 1'IQUEH at 12J
couts to 53 contB per yard. MUSLINS at lu
o?-?? a per y ard-warranted to wash. DAMASK
DOYLIES at 75 cents to tl 50 per dnxori; and
a hoat of cheap DRY GOODS and FANCY
Alt rici,KS, at lcBBpricoa tbanboiorc tho war.
April 9_ _
Spring and Summer Goods,
GOODMX'S CLOTIHXG BAZAAR.
THOUGH late in
opening our stock of
Gent's HEADY- M ADE
CLOTHINO. wo ebal
loupe tho Bl atc for LOW
PRICES, and arc ready
aod willing to compare
quality and fl ic-h with'
all in our line-having
bad all goode modo t s
neeially for our trade.
Wo onumi-rato a fow of
these goods to convey
an idoa to ibu commu?
nity at largo, and timad
who bavo not, aa jet,
honored US with a call:
Fancy Cassi ni ero Suits,
Bla<-k Caui-imi-ra Snits,
Plain Colored Cassim ere
Su.ts, White Duck Snits.
Cream Duck Suits,
Rrown Duck Snits. Der?
by Sacks, Alpaca Hocks
lu all colora. White
Vests, Fancy Vests, Silk |
Our stock of FUR?
NISHING GOODS and
is comploto, and wo lt cl
justitiell in sax mothal
?.ur HU I HTS ' aro tho
moat porfect fitting tver found ready-made;
?hiriB alsu rnad?. tu ordi r.
Our imo ul HATS is largo and varied: and
in this line, too, wu def v competition in LOW
PRICES. We call special attention to tho K
K. K. Hat-something never as yet anrpaBsed
in beauty. In Silk Hats, we have all tbo atj lea
of the present season. We boast of the very
largest stock of STRAW HATS in thia city,
embracing all atv les and colors. Wo ask but
a fair trial to u?aran tee satisfaction, and most
cordially extend an invitation to all in want of
gooda iu our Une to pay us a call tro purchas?
ing eleowbere. D. GOODMAN,
Main street, next to Pollock House.
JA pr HO__/_
J. J. FRENEY & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
76 Barclay and 222 Qieenieick Streets,
RECEIVERS of all kinds of 80UTHERN
PRODUCTIONS, such as Potatoes, Ap?
ples, Dried Fruit, Roans, beeswax, Rags,
danita, Sassafras, Oreen Truck. Ac. Circulars
and Marking Platesaentfroo. Advancements
made on consignments. Salua promptly
made. Agents wanted-_April 8 Gmo
Fruits, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
fTpr POPULAR FLOW! RH, and how to
g tJ cultivate them. Bv Band.
The City Fruit Garden and its Culture. Bv
Thomas Rivers. Thirteenth edition. $100.'
Pe.u-h Cult uro. Bx J. A. Fulton, of Itel.
Tho Grape Cullin ist. By Fuller $150.
I be Southern O<irdoner. By White, of I
Georgia, ti 00.
Fractioal Floriculture for tho Amateur.
By Henderson. $1 50.
lillis t's Family Kitchen Gardener. $1.00
Ononou on Mirth Cows and the Dairy. 75c.
Tho Gentleman's Stable Guido. By MoLure.
Tho Trotting Horses nf America; How to
Train and Drive them. $2 25
Profoa-or Holrnos' Woik on Phosphate
Rock. For salo by
Feb 28 _BRYAN A McCARTEB.
White's Garden inp; for the South,
BY tho lato Wm. A. Whito, of Athena, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1 50.
The Phosphate Rooks of South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Flutes. $1 25.
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preaching, R. L. Dabney, D. D. $1 50.
Any above sent.hy mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Fob 19 Oppu.it o i 'ol nm hi a Hotel.
WE have now on hand a full and
_Uno asBonm nt of BRETTS, Bock
avtaVe and BugglOS, willoh WO offer St COrt |
pr>ces for cash. Thean aro our own manuiac
.nret. and we warrant them to bo of eupeiior |
workmanihip Wo are constantly adding to
. mr stock and will manufacture to order any
desired style of vehicle, from a small Puny
Pi teton to a largo Carriage.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
; CARROLL A SPELLMAN.
Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
A NEW and beaut i
ful stock ? f the abnvo
gnodo. Among them
aio perfect beauties.
A NEW STOCK of]
BY, CLOCKS, 1 ANGY
which will ho disposed
of at such prices as
will inJU-f invest
, ., . . " . ment.
ff<?llff<i 1 cm al<?o agent ftn
?B^BlIUV tho very beat NPEC
l'A CL h H manufHCtnrtd All cjis suited
Call and examino my eoods. ,
ij. ,1 BUI ZBACHEB,
Feb 17_noTmrtMa Motel Pullding
Th? Dootors Recommend bergers' Beer'
IN preference to London Porter, and Scot ob
Ale. Wu j? They know lt ls unadulter?
ated._ -March ll
Seegers* Beer li Fore.
ITT don't contain Copperas, Bait, lime Ar
A Alum. . -' ?. March ll
AXX TO H AHB,
OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
CHEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Ia in store and moving, making ronni daily for
; Which wo will continue to receive nil through
j tho season.
OUR SA BI PL. K BUREAU
TB a success, and wo aro now distributing
j Gooda over tho entire Stato through its
I agency. 'Ibo most oareleaB observer cannot
but eeo the great advantages to bo doiivod
from dealing with a live house, liku oura,
where everything ie kept niovii g by system
and order-?here no extra profits are tacked
on to pay idle bande Of course, wo can aud
do KKLL GOODS CHEA Pl- H THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THIS BECHt N. A poeitivo
proof ia, that wo eel! more Gooda than all the
nat added l?get! er. That is tho proof
Tho ponplo know where to buy cheapest, and
letiho str?ngt r follow thu great i uluic. Iii
buying, let tin ni follow those who know
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
B. & W. 0. SWFIELb'S,
^TTE have now in store a very large Btook
of tho above goods, and we aasuro our cus?
tomers that we have never before been en?
abled to offer thom so CHOICE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at anch low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at 115. suita?
ble for any business man. \
We havo a very large atock, and wo are de?
termined to undersell any other dealers, as
our facilities enable nu to do so.
Are decided to bo tho boat Hiting Shirts made.
Wo maho tho finest custom garmente made in
this Ste to. Call and examine
March 25 B. ?V W. O RWAFFrP.T.T>.
DR. D. L. R0LZ?R~
WOULD respectfully inform
hit? patron* and the public ge?
nerally that he has moved into
his now ? me?, over Duffie A Cha) man** Book?
store, opposite tho Columbia Butti, ?hero ho
is pn pared to execute, satiafuctt<iil>, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind his urn
fosaion demands. Terms accommodating.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING ol GRANITE,
ami purchased of Mosers. Wright A Vinn, one
ot their now patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning out trom 40,000 to 6J,000 bricks per
day, aro now propared to make contracta and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired Apply to HAUDV SOLOMON, at his
store, or at tho South Carolina Bank and
Trn-t Company. Seul S
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
uiblio in general that I have
jnat received au entire new
-tock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, BEI EATERS, Flaska, Pouches.
Pistol Rolls, Caps. Buck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridgea for all kinda of Pistols, Ponder
REPAIRING done at abort notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
3?AA ACRES of LAND in Barn ?eil,
. UV/V/ on tho Edisto.
7?0 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
Saw Mill and 2.000 acrt a ol Laud in lexing?
ton, on North Edisto. $7,1 Oil.
2,600 auroa Waterce bottom Land, $2 pr acre
2 500 acres creek bottom aud pine Land, at
$2 per aero. 1 Huuau in thia city, $5,Ot 0.
HOUSli and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$8 500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Beal Estate Agent.
Sept 25_ ly
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re
moved their Stable* to the new
building, imo edUtely South of
.J.tnnev's. Hall, and, with a new
^ ,rototk of CARRIAGES. BUO
Ol&S situ tine HORSES, aro prepared to an?
swer all calls that may ho made upon them,
lloraos bought and sohl on commission.
PeraoDs iu want of good stock, are invited to
give ns a call. Liberal advances made ou
stock loft for sale. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOTOK.
C. H. PKTTiKon.1,._ Jan 24
5CASKS James Hennessy'* ?t Brandenburg
Frores BRANDIES imported direct, and
offered pure and unadulterated. Those com?
prise vintages of 1835, 1858,1800 and 18G3
Stock of Hooks. Clareta and White Wines in?
clude aomo of the most famous brands (ta well
as imurtd 'ito priced ooo di?. For salt? by .
March 25 , * ' DEO. 8YMMHIRB.
PORTER & STEELE
Neat, Attractive and Beautiful
FRESH SPRIXG DRY GOODS,
BOUGHT VERY LOW. which they offer to
thia mai kel at a very numil adrai.ee.
Wo havo no loaders or specula, as all of our
Go<>ds ai o uVst class. It would ho iu vidimus
to draw couipatisous between them.
Wo advortiso nothing but what wo mako
good to our customers.
Hoping wo miy have tho pleaturo of a call,
wc ?rc. \ourts trulv,
Anril 2 ."ni PO UT KR .fc RTE FLF. _
"EllPORlESl OF FASUKIN,"
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor,
Aiiijr.vii.i.t:, 8. c.
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY
DRESS - MARING.
SAMPLES of Dl.Y GOODS sen4,
by mail. MILLI Nh li Y sent by ex
,.ress and satiafsciioii guaranteed.
> articular attention pant to tho
fl I li ti LT nf nrf'or R Apri'1 Imo
Wiiooping Cough! Whooping Cough!
35 CENTS PER. BUTTLE.
COUGHS, Colds. Diptherla, Bore Throat,
Whooping Cough, seldom >leld to ttie
influence of the ordinary romedios of tho dav.
Tho best remedy ls the 'TAR AND WILD
CHERRY COUGH SYRUP." It uover fails.
Everybody knows the valuo of 'Farand Wild
Cherry. For Children wbh Cronp or Whoop?
ing Cough, il is of inestimable valu -. Parents
ehould eoe to it that they have a bottle always
at hand. Prepared only by
E. H. HEINIT8H,
April ll t_Druggist.
E. H. GREENE. M. J).,
In charge of the Branch f Jflcc of Dr. Kline"?
Philaitetphi? Bellevue Inxtituie and Cancer
Infi m iry, at Charlotte, JV. 0,
WILL bo at tho Railroad Hunco, Florence,
d. C., Apiil 20th; Columbia Hotel, Co?
lombia. S. C., April 22d; Man ion House,
Greenville, S. C., May St; Palmetto House,
?partnuburg, S. C., May 1th: National Hotel,
Union Court House, S. C., May 5 h; for tho
accommodation ot thosn who may wish to
Consult lum without a visit to Charlotte with
reference to CA NC hil ov,d Cancerous difficul?
ties, and all chronic, loiig-Mtatiding and iib?
?euro Diseases of every kind. April 8 13*
M. UULDHIIITH P; KINO.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
(Phamix Iron Works,)
^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^I^^l^^^^^r^i^^^ T^fc*
e,^si*^?"...': Fronts. Iron Rail?
ings. Agricultural Implen i nts, etc. Brass
and Iron Castings of all Itinds mado to order
on short notice, and on tho mo?t rcan'uiablu
terms. Also, mauufautuiers of <OT'IO.\
PRKSSFS._ _A pi il 3 Imo
M. H. BERRY'S
Plain Strei t, near Aluin.
-T.n-f^\j?*\ Is*GW on hand and d.iily re
fcj 7j?-^jX?mJC' iving from thc manufac
^ 'mjJm*?jc!?Q? tories of Nt w York, boston.
ft*'yinSSSg Cincinnati and Louisville.the
JT ?jj largest assortment of FUR
iMTUREevei kept in ibis market, coiiGintitig
io part of Walnut Parlor Chau.bt r utid Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Hcdsiesd* of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
ceh-braied Gi'itigia Split-Imn m Cl airs.
All kinds ot MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beni manner.
Ti-rms osh and G? od? cheap. OH SO
Meat! Meat ! ! Meat !!!
, THOMAS W. PO PK informa thc
??fS^hpuhlic that the beni REKF, FORK,
TjFjjP .-?.'TON ami SACS-.Aili:, in the
QBBBB iiprket, can be found at stall No. 7
Ul yr no- a I'MII Dep 20 Sum
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
near the coi ii'-r (d' Blandiug. For terms,
applv to Dr. J dm Lynch, or
F< b 22_HENDRIX ,v RRO.
Corner ot Marian and Pin in street*.
MISS BUIK beg? to inform ber
>J JBjt frimn u, and the public, that ulm is
i iiTPiiW* l" f,,r,1U!h new and suitable
^f9K3Nchool Rooks to ss many BS tlfteeii
^vjfi^more gills. Books Inruisbed free
?SSJ^ ot cost Drawing and Fancy
Palming, and Wax Work taught to mosio pu
Siis fro?-tho pupils psyiuit for the materials.
li*e B., desirous of educating those unable to
pay, ha? had as mun as tlvo frropupi s in her
school (.Rico Ootobt r to tho prevent. Shu bees
to ask tho patronage of thoro ?ho sympathie
with thoso who aro struggling to oducato
those lett to tho mercy of thu humano and be?
nevolent for au education. Mina Rule tea. bo?
all tho higher branohes, and ornamentals,
having muob experience and success
y MA. BUIE,
April 6 Confederate Soldier** Friend.
Every One Drink? Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and imprnvsa
their h ci tb. March ll
ii till I iVt ?it ' ' T.K 1 r?f*<rj ,'.o-i.
"?T LOTOS Sc CO'S"
LADIES' UK DER GAR?EMS
W"E do not desire to do away with the cse
of the common ncodlo or the EMPIRE SEW?
ING MACHINE, for which wo aro Agents, but
simply to get np s nice lino of goods which
will bo both ECONOMICAL to tho HUSBANDS
and LABOB-SAYING to tho WIVES. In this
department Indo ? seo at a glance a completo
dress from an APRON to a COBSET COVER.
Now atrina CASSIM ERES and CLOTHES
f jr Gents. PARASOLS now open.
W. D. LOVE,
March 21) B. B. MCiRF.ERY.
North Carolina Hay.
fr f\ B \Le 8 orimo HAY, for ??le by
Q\ t Marrb 9_K. HOPE.
19 999 Lbs. Bacon,
2,000 Bushels Corn,
40 Barrels Sugar,
30 Sacks Coffee,
ALT, at tho lowest figures they havo been
odored at Hi.vcE TUB wan.
BUYING FOB GASH,
SELLING FOB GASH,
Taming over Goods qnick beforo thev get o*d
or decline, we CAN, WILL AND DU offer the
very CLOSEST FIOUBES that CAN OK HABE.
Oar stock, uuih of
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,?
Has recently been largely inert axed.
April 2 Loitlt'k'di i.owiiASCK.
NO PIUE UsKD Iff w AMUNO.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER 80AP.
rpHlS SOAP washes perfectly ia cold water.
, JL soft, hard or salt.. Ic removes greane,
oil and paint from garments, lt washes all
kinds of goods-cotton, ll niuo), si k ur woolen.
It cb anson silver, plated ware ami jewelry
without, scratching. Ir tho articles Rr.- mut li
tarnished, mb them with a piece of ll muri
which has piont} ot the Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will savo its cost in ot.o washing. Au oidi
IIarv washing costs:
For coal, two hods .2') ennis.
For kindling wend.<>;l cents.
For ordinary Boap.OSeontt.
One cake Cold Water Soap costs. 15 cents.
Makiug a saving of.Ki cunts.
And there i? no expense nf repairing leaky
boilers ?ir broken scrubbing boards. There
is in- acid or sal soda in tho Moap, and, posi?
tively, nothing that can ii juro tbs chillies.
One cake ( ah nit one pound, ) lui t b I tilly used,
according to tim directions which accompany
..sch brr, will convince any ono ol its siinorioi
ity. Fur sate, in boxes or thirty-six bars, by
April 0 Agent for S ult? i Uro'i na
C$FS?ja> A COMPLETE assort mint of two
SlP=3i?and four seat Pa?nonger CARRI?
AGES has just been received at tho lleposito
ry, corner Lady and Assembly st ri ci H Tb?
litest and moat stylish put let ns Imo been
selecteti with euro, from tonio of tho best
builders iu thu country*: and the steck never
bas boen sui puns? d In design oi finish by auj
orTVrod hero. Prices moil? mte.
Dec 10 W. K OREKNFIFI.D.
IC li: ICE!
SPRIV? WATER I'-E at fl 25 per 100
p.undo; nt retail. Ifl. per pound for the
season. Tickets at eitner store.
March ll JOHN Ci SE ROERS.
I OFFICIA I,. J
ACTS AND JOINT ll LOSO LUTTIONS
Passed bu the L?f/ixiature-Session 1870
AM ACT TO INCOMPORATB TUB TOWN OF
Tl M MO NH V 1 Ll. IC.
SEC. 1. tte it unacted by l he Son Ate nnd
House of Representatives of the St uto of
South Cn roi i un, now met ami Miling in
General Assembly, abd by Ibo tint hui ity
nf tho saine, Timi nil pennon s, citizens nf
(he United States, who now uro or here?
after may be, m Imbi tn ola of the town ol
Titniuntisvillc, shall be deemed, ?ml ure
hereby declared, to bo nbody politic ?nd
corporate, un?! tbut said town shall be
culled und known by tho mimo of Tim
monaville, and ita limits shall extend one
half mile, in tho direction of the cardi?
nal poi ii ta? from the depot of tho Wil?
mington und M ntl ch enter Kail mud Com?
pany, UH n centre, and form a square.
SEO. 2. That tho mud town anal! be
governed by an Iutendant mid four War
denn, (wbo udall bo citizen* of the
United States, and shall havo been resi?
dents of said town for sixty days imme?
diately preceding said election,) who
pindi be elected at snob time, nnd at snob
pince in said village os tho Intendant and
wardens ?hall designate, ten day?' pab?
ilo notice being previously given; and
that all malo inhabitants ot the Bald
t?vo resided therein ?lxtyidaya immedi?
ately preceding the ? lection; * ball bo en?
titled to vole for nod bo eiectt d oe; In?
tendant and Wardens, and'the election
aboil be bold from'fix o'clock in tho
morning until six o'clock in tho after?
noon, wben the polls shall he clbscd.^and
tho managers shall count tho votes nnd
proclaim the election, and give*' notice
thereof to the persons elected, and that
the Intendant and Wardena for tho time
being shall appoiut the managers * to
bold the ernstiing election. ' That Tho In
tendant and Wardens, before entering
npon tho duties of their offices, shall
i take the oath prescribed by the Confit itu.
tion of this State, and also the following
oath, to wit: "As Intendant (or Warden)
of the'town of Timmonsvillo, I will,
equally and impartillj, to the beat ? of
my skill and ability, exercise the trust
reposed in mo, and will uso my best en?
deavors to preserve the peace, and carry
into effect, according to law, tho pur?
poses of my appointment: So help me
SEC. 3. That in cana a vaoancy soul!
occur in tbe office of Intendant, or any
of thc Wardens, by death, resignation,
removal from tbe State, or from any
other cause, an election shall be held to
fill mich vacancy, and the Iutendant and
Wurden, or Wardens, aa the case may be,
shall give ten duys previous notice of
such election; and, in case of sickness,
or temporary absence of the Intendant,
the Wardens, forming a Connci), aball bo
empowered to elect one of tbeir number
to act as Iutendant daring such sickness
SEO. 4. That tho Intendant and Ward
ons, duly elected and qualified, shall,
during tbeir term of service, have tho
sumo powers which a Trial Jut-tiro now
baa to compel the attendance of witness?
es, and require them to give evidence
upon the trial before them of any person
for thc violation of any of tim by-laws
or ordinances of the town; that the In?
tendant nb ul I, ns often ns occasion may
require, summon the Wardena to meet
him in Oouuoil, a majniity of whom
shall constitute u quorn in for tbe transac?
tion of business, und aball be known by
the name of the Town Conned of tbe
Town of Timmonsvillo, and they and
tbeir successors in office shall have a
common seal, and shall have power and
am homy to uppoint, from time tb time,
mich and HO many proper persons to net
na Marshals or Constables, as they shall
deem expedient and proper, which offi?
cers shall have all powers, privileges and
emoluments, and bo snbjeat to all the
dnties, penalties and regulations provid?
ed by tbe laws of this State for the office
of Constable; and the Intendant and
Wardens, in Council, shall haye power
and authority, under their corporals'
seal, to ordain and establish alf such
rules and by-laws and ordinances respect?
ing the streets, ways, publia wells and
Rprings or fountains of water, marketa,
and police of said town of Timmonsvillo,
and for preserving health, peace, order,
aud good government within the same,
as they may deem expedient and proper,
not inconsistent with or repugnant to the
laws of the State, and all such by-laws
and ordinances shall, at all times, be
subject to r?visai or repeal by the Ge?
neral Assembly of the State, and the
said Cou noil may affix fines for offences
against Blieb b \-lawsand ordinances, and
appropriate the samo to the uso of tbe
ccu pol ution ; bat uo fine-shall exceed
thirty dollars. And when lines shall ex
ceed twenty dollars they may bo reco?
vered in a Trial Justice Court of the
County of Darlington; and when they
ure of tba amount of twenty dollars, or
under, they may be recovered before
said Intendant ami Wardens in Council.
SEO. 5. 'lbat Ibo said Council ?hall
have power to abate and remove nui?
sances within thu limita of said town,
and also to classify and arrange tbe in?
habitants liable to polico duty, and re?
quire thom to perform auch duty aa
nceasiou may r? quire, and to enforce the
performance thereof, under the same
penalties as are now or mey hereafter
be estublial.el by law: Provided, alusays,
nevertheless, That the said Council shall
have p -wer to compound with persons
hablo to perform such duty upon ?heh
terms UK ibey shall by ordinance estab?
SEC. G. That it aimil be tho dnty of tho
Intendant and Wardens to keep nil
streets aud ways which may be necessary
for public uso within tba limits of said
town open and in good repair, and for
that purpose they are hereby invested
with all tho powers, rights and privilegia
granted by law to the County Com mis?
nomers within tho limits of said town,
and for neglect of dnty they shall be lia
bin to the pains and penalties imposed
by law ti pou Commissioners of Roads
for like neglect, and t ey are hereby in?
di viditiilly exempt from the performance
nf road and police duty within'the limits
of aaid corporation..
SEO. 7. That tbe said Intendant and
Wurde ns aimil have power to compound
with persona liable to work ou tbe sahl
streets and ways, and to release such
persons na may desire it, upon the pay?
ment of such sum of ninney as they-may
deem a fuir ?quivalant therefor, to b?
applied by them to thu nae of Said cor?
SEO. 8. That the said Council-of th?
town of Timmnnsville shall also ba em?
powered to retain, popses* and ei joy nil
such property aa they m?y now be poa
ses-.ed of, or entitled to. or wbt'oh tha l
hereafter ba given, bequeathed to, o?-lu
nny manner acquired by them, and to
sell, alien, or tu any way transfer the
sn mo, or any part thereof; Provided,
The amount of property so held, or mock
invested, abai) lu no ca o exceed twenty
thousand dollars. '<
SEO. 0. That tho eaid Council shall
also nave power to impuso au anabal tax
en all the real abd personal property
within the corporate limits of said town:
Provided, Said tax does n?t txoeed fi h y
couta on-tim on? bribdrod do?laro. ????&V
Ssa 10. That the ?ti^fadant abd Wor?
den a of the said town of Timmonavills
shall have power-to regulate eales ?% aao
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