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"Let our Just Censure
Attand tue True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. S. 0. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. 1*71.
VOL. VII-NO. 30.
ANOTHER FORCE BUJO, AND NO AMNES?
TY.-WO learn from Washington that
therese ho amnesty this year. The po
lioy of repression is to bo kept op. In?
stead of amnesty.we have the Ku Klux
bill. Six years have passed, and the
leading ana moat influential oitizens of
the South are kept ander the ban of vhe
Government, while negroes and carpet?
baggers are maintained in tho State cap?
itals, to amuse tbemsolves passing tax
bills and illustrating tho progresa nf
American civilization with "mixed" balls.
What has the South dono since the
war to exclude her from amnesty? At
the beginning of tho war wo had tho de?
claration that" it was -a war for tho pre?
servation of the Union, "with nil tho
dignity, equality and rights of tho;StateB
unimpaired, and that as soon as those
objecta woro accomplished the war ought
to oease." How was this pledge kept?
The Union was preserved. The next
step was the emancipation of tho slaves.
So they had not only tho Union, but
emancipation. It was thou argued that
it would hot do to stop just there; so thoy
gave them tbe ballot. It was tbon ar?
gued that the ballot involved, of course,
the right to bold office. So they wore
made eligible to office. It wns then ar?
gued that if they woro to be judges,
they ought of course to act as jurors.
So they were made jurors. It was then
urged that as they were freemon, they
ought to have equal civil rights with
their masters. So they passed the four?
teenth amendment and the Civil Bights
bill. It was then argued that as they
had become snob a potential element in
the affairs pf the country, they ought to
be enlightened; and so they introduced
free school articles in the State Consti?
The programma has benn carried out
more fully in South Carolina than any?
where else. They have there a negro
judge on the bench of tho Supreme
Court, who aharges $1,250 for riding in
second class cars; they h a YO a carpet-bag
Governor; they have a negro Legisla?
ture; and negro Justices of tho Feaco,
and negro Constables, and negro Asses?
sors, and negro Collectors; and ucgro
military balls, where whito ladies uro
embraced in tho Var HO vi on ne by negro
majors. But South Carolina is not quiet.
Strange to say theso people aro not satis?
fied. Their sensibilities were so blunted
by Blavery that they seem unablo to ap?
prehend the magnanimity of tho Go?
vernment. They wince under tho taxes
imposed on them. They get mad when
their sheep and hogs are stolen, and
their barns and dwellings burned. Ad?
mitted to the Governor's mixed balls,
and to the re-unions of the Second Re?
giment of tbo South Carolina National
Guard, (where they meet tho Miss Rol
iinses.) they prefer to ride Ku Klu: n -
and play the outlaw. So Congress corat.
down on them again. We havo a posi?
tive refusal to pass an amnesty bill,
placing tho old South Carolina planters
on un equal footing with Major Dicker?
son, of the Second; and we have, at the
same time, a third force bill, by whioh
nearly the entire oriminal jarisdiotion of
the State fand it applies to all the South?
ern States) is transferred to the Federal
courts. The President may send Fede?
ral troops there at his pleasure, and may
suspend the privilege of the writ of
habeas corpus whenever it strikes his
fanoy. . Surely thia ought to pacify
South Carolina. Has not similar legis?
lation, ranging over several hundred
years,, pacified Ireland? Is there not
"order" at last in Warsaw? Did not
Austria make a fast friend of Hungary
by this deoisive polioy?
ASMALL invoice of thoeo genuine Albert
BI80UIT8, manufactured by MoKenzio
A McKenzie, Edinburg, Scotland.
English Biscuits, Fancy Nie Nacs, Bril?
liants, Oems, Cornhill. Ac.
April 7 JOHN MoKENZIE.
North Carolina Hay.
BALES primo HAY, for sale by
OFFICE OF ATLANTA ANO RICHMOND
Ain-LiNE RAILWAY COMPANY,
ATLANTA, GA.. April 10,1871.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Stock?
holders of this Company will talco placo
at the omeo of the Company, in Charlotte,
North Carolina, on 2-lth MAY, 1871.
April 21 0_Auditor and Secretary.
?AA BUSHELS prime heavy OATS, for
DUU sale low. E. HOPE.
A Saleswoman or Milliner Wanted.
ONE who ia fully competent of attending
In a Millinery Storo can find employ?
ment by applying to Mrs. A. AI o Con MI ci;,
Main stress. Nono but a competent person
need apply. MBS. A. MCCORMICK.
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for nala low. E. HOPE.
Every One Drinks Seegers'Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health. _March ll
~r~T. Seegers' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine It ia puro, and
warranted tobe so. March ll
fflO bo. had at MoKENZIE'S SALOON, on
J. and after to-day, during tho soaeon.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
. FeV21 JOHN O. BEEPERS'.
Ladies and Children's Dresses.
THE undersigned has juBt oponod another
lot of thoso beautiful plain and fancy
DRESSES AND SUITS for Ladies and Ohi'
dreh. ' They havo hoon genorally admired.
Call and soo them.
MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
April 20 Nearly opposite Hillard's.
~ To Rent,
>? . A COTTAGE on Arsonal Hill, with
out-houaea, and a good garden. Rent
*T*ynodorato. Apply to
, JOHN T. SLOAN, Jn.,
Attorney at Law, No. 8 Law Rango. Columbia,
8. 0. April 23 8
NOTICE.-The Balo of ICE will bo discon?
tinued until further uoiico, aa aomo part of
tho leo Machinery ia out of order. All per?
sona having Ticket? and not inclined to wait,
tho money will bo refunded to.
April 15_JOHN 0. SEEDERS.
Thc most lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing o?' all
perfumes, for use on thc
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in thc Bath. For sale
by all Druggists and Per?
ft Sept 17_j _
STOCKS, BONDS airad COUPONS bought
and Bold hy D. GAMBRILL. Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo_
O?IVTY CtiAlOIS ANO JUICY CKlfM
FICATKS bought by
Fob 5 D. OAMnitlETj, Broker.
L>U BANK DILIIJS ami BI?T?LATK?
CVKRKiVCY bought and Hold bv
Nov 23 Gino_D. QAM lilli LE. Broker.
OTTUN. SEUO OIL, CAKli'cau bo bad
at all tin.ea, aud iu any quantity! of
Jan 21 E. HOPE.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION given to thc col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on State and Railroad Bouda and Stocka, and
Conversion of State Securities, by
Nov 23 Gmo D OAMBBILL, Broker.
O BAIN CRADLES,
MOWERS, and all kinda Harvesting Machines
on hand and for sale at lowest pricca in thc
Wo call special attention to our Horse?
power, which ia tho beat power in uso and
not high priced. With our cxporienco in
planting, and tho nao of agricultural imple?
ments and machines, together with our facili?
ties forhaving gooda mauufacturod, wo claim
wo can givo lower figures, bolter goods and
better ?atii!faction than any other bonne in tho
country. Soud for catalogue
April 23_L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
BOOT, SHOE, LIAT ASD TRIM
IS now receiving another of ita unusually
largo stocks, consisting of all tho lead?
ing styles for Ladios, Cents, Missed. Boys,
Youths and Children. Thia stock hus been
pm-abased under unusually favorable circum?
stances. Our buyer being on the spot, when
goods had reached tho bottom, left large
ordors to be manufactured. Many of these
gooda aro now just arriving lu time for tho
approaching State Convention and Railroad
Meetings. Persons visiting the city will find
it greatly to their advantage to call and eeo
tho groat bargains.
Ono door North of Columbia Hotel, nt
April 23_A. SMYTH E'S.
JUST received another lot of fine Eastern
HAY', which will bo sold low for cash,
have alao on hand a lot of COW PEAS, suita?
ble for feeding or planting.
J. D. BATEMAN,
Anril 22 3j_At Columbia leo House.
MTHAT splendid family RESIDENCE,
with forty-two-acres of land nttachod,
know as tho "Walker Place." Several
hundred fruit trees of tho choicest selection
now in full bearing. Tho lands arc comprised
of highlands and meadow, with a bold free
spring not distant from tho house. The front, j
near four acres in extent, faces on Upper
Boundary, ono o? our most public streets.
For terms, Ac, apply to
R. O'NEALE A SON,
April ll_Cotton Town.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have ro
moved their Stables to tho now
building, immediately South of
yin un cy's Hall, and, with a now
-v>- /stock of CARRIAGES. RUG
- ano fino HORSES, aro propared lo an?
swer all calla that may bo made upon them.
Horses bought and Bold on commission.
Persons in want o? good Btock, aro invited to
givo us a call. Liberal ndvances made on
atock loft for anle. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
O. H. PETTIXQILL._ Jan 21
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, Limo or
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens Fish
berries to mako sleepy or headache.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
"LOVE & CO."
-yjriLL open on MONDAY a beautiful lino
Ladies' Bress Goods,
From 10c. upwards.
From 25c. upwards.
From >3 00 to ?30.0?.
Also, wc will exhibit a beautiful linc and a
BIG DRIVE IN
AT 83.00 EACH.
Ever fully alive to tho want H of our custom*
era, our buyer in New York ia watching tho
market closely, and ha? sent us, U.NOKII Tin:
OECI.1NK, a ?IIO STOCK of
Weare making quick sales and small profits
and our low prices sutisfv tho vt??t?st buyer.
Wi D. EOYE,
April 15 li. B. MoOBEEBY
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
13T.UMBINO, ROOFING;GUTTERING, and
all work in thia line, put up lo order
and ready for sale at thc
O A ll 0 I. IX A M A X li F A C T 0 li Y.
Cull at either house-Columbia or New berry.
HENRY li. B LEASE,
March22 t _ Proprietor.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.
Cot.U?ltlA, S. C., Starch 21.1S71.
ATTENTION of Stockholders is invited to
following resolutions, adopted at last
?tesol eel. That tho r ri vi lege of freo trans?
portation for stockholders and their families,
to and from our annual meetings, bo here?
after extended to the holders of stock in the
Charlotto, Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Resolved, That no stock bo allowed repre?
sentation at any future stockholders' meeting,
except stock in the Charlotte, Columbia uud
In anticipation of tho annual meeting,
which occurs on Wednesday, 3d May, thu
transfers of Btock will bo suspended between
20th April and 3d May, inclusive.
Maroh20 120 Ch_ BOU KNIGHT, Treasurer.
Eickling & McCaw,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS
IN EQUITY, will practice iii the Courts
of llichlaud, Kershaw, Lexington and Edge
Held: in tho Suprome Court of tho Stale of
South Carolina; ami in the Circuit and Dis?
trict Courts of the United Stales for tho Dis?
trict of South Carolina.
FRANCIS W. PICKLING,
April 0 t!3 WILLIAM H. McCAW.
Keyes' Early Prolific Tomato Plants.
IT is claimed that this TOMATO is fifteen to
thirty days earlier than any other variety
known.* Tho fruit is of good sizo, round ami
smooth, brilliant color, perfectly solid and
fine ll a vor. Plants now ready, cold fra ruo
stock burdened. Can be transplanted without
loas. For nale at
April l l t HEINITSH'S DRUG STORE.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
j***5?*??*7 public in general Ibut I have
.^CZ^fCj^just received an entiro new
^ Tl ??dock of Double and Single Bur?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps. Buck-Shot. Cartridges;
Cartridges fer all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short nolice.
_Oct_8_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
Q ?AA ACRES of LAND iu Barnwell,
-_>.\_)\JV/ oil the Ediato.
750 ACHES in Kershaw-in lois to suit.
Saw Mill and 2.000 aerea ol'Lund iu Lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, $7,000.
'2,500 acres Willeroo bottom Laud, i2 pr aero
2,500 acres creek bottom und pine Laud, ut
$2 per aero. 1 House in this eily, ?5,0ti0.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near thc
city-?S.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney stLaw and Real Estate Agent.
See'. '25 _ ly _
5CASKS James ncnncs-V* ?fc Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
ottered pure and unadulterated. Thean com?
prise vintages of 1835, 1858. 18(10 anil 180:1
Stock of Hocks. Clarets and While Wines in?
clude some of tho most famous brands as well
UH sound lo'ri priced <inudj. For salo bv
Maich 25 _ GEO. SYM?lERB.
TUB CREAT FEllTIM/EK.
ICAN furnish LIME at Depot at Walhalla,
S. C., for il.50 lier barrel. Address,
Ri.v. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, S. C.
j March 20_
Natural Frozen Ice.
AS thc summer season is now approaching,
I wish to inform my old customers, and
tho public in general, that having secured a
good crop of natural frozen iako ICE, thia
winter, wo aro prepared to furnish it, in any
quantity, as low as any that cnn bo procured
hero, that ia, from one to ono mid a hair cents
per pound, according to quantity, and have
neon Belling al that ?nico since tho 1st of
January. J. D. BATEMAN, Ag't,
March 17 2mo Columbia Ico HOUSA.
Cotton Seed Oil.
A PUKE article, superior to otbora aa a
fjL salad oil for table use, at one-third tho
prico of imported. For sale by
April 9_EDWARD HOPE._
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN nroferenco to London Porter and Scotch
Alo. Why? They know it is unadulter?
ated. March ll
PORTER & STEELE'S.
^V"E show to-ili\y, together willi tho choice
linc of Dit Y GOODS mentioned in our latt
PATENT ITRIGHT IllllEAl THUNK,
Thc only Trunks bf tlii-i kind in the cit".
Come and seo i lit in before they are sold.
No OK?nor. roi: SHO'.ytjcri.
April ll _POUTER A STEELE.
G. F. JACKSON'S,
NOT to i?o beat bvahv house in the citv,
large or small. " White PIQUES at 12A
cenia to 50 cents per yard. MUSLINS nt lil
cents uer yard-warranted tb wash. DAMASK
DOYLIES at 75 cenls td $1:5(1 per dozen, and
a hoBt or cheap DRY GOODS and FANCY
ARTICLES, at leus prices than before the war.
April it _ _
Whooping Cough! Whooping Cough!
.ir, CK Si TS r*KIt IIOTTLE.
C10UGHS, Colds, Dipthcria, Sore Throat,
j Whooping Cough, seldom yield lp tho
iniluence of thu ordinary remedies of the dav.
The best remedy is tho "TAR AND WILD
CHERRY COUGH SYRUP," It never fail.-.
Everybody knows tho vnluo of Tar ami Wild
Cherry. For Children with Croup or Whoop?
ing Cough, it is of inestimable value. Parents
should sec to it that they havo a bottle always
at band. Prepared univ bv
j April ll i K. H. Il KI Nj TS H. Druggist.
^vtrerrr-^ JUST RECEIVED-A NEW
>r?*?V$J&supply of FISHING TACKLE,
PATENT RAITS, Ac.
April? Jl:l Sign of the Clock.
MISS M. A. BUIE'S SCHOOL,
Corner oj Morion omi Plain i?ireet*.
MISS RUIE begs to inform lier
friends, and the public, that she is
table to furnish new und suitable
(School Hooks to as ninny as li ft cen
more girls. Rooks furnished free
of co.it. Drawing and Fancy
Painting, and Wax Work, taught to music pu?
pils free-th? pupils paying for thu materials,
Miss IL, desirous nf educating those unable ti
pay, has had as manyas live free pupils in her
school since Octobi rtfi I he present. She begs j
to ask thc patronage of those who sympathize
with those who uro struggling to educate
those left to the mercy ol' the Immune and be?
nevolent for ail education. Mi?-a Ru ie leitches
iill thc higher branches, and ornamenta!!',
having much experience abd success.
M. A. RIME,
April l! i Ciiiifeilorato Soldier's Friend.
Bank of Charleston.
CHARLESTON, S. C., M A nen 2S, 1371.
IN accordance with the resolution adopted
at a meeting of thu Stockholders on '?7<h
instant, an elect iou for THIRTEEN DIRECT?
ORS will be held on TUESDAY,2d day nf May !
next ; and a meeting of thc Stockholders for
the j ?ur pose of re-organizing tho Rank will
also he held on Minne date, ut 12 o'clock, in tho
Rank Hall. WILLIAM TH WEI:,
April 1 jil Cashu r. _
THAT ne wi V finished and elegant
j MANSION, curlier of Richland and (Lites
"street.-. The lot contains one acre of
highly cult i vat oil and or.lamented ground,
commanding u picturesque view of tba Coli?
garen Hiver und valley.
Also, for sale, four oilier large mid well un?
proved eily LOTS, ?md a FARM, on Gill's
Creek, four miles froui Coliinihia, containing
about SOO acres ol land, 150 ol' which are low
ground. J. \Y. PA li KER.
April t ?Imo
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.,
S EC ll ETA HY'S OFFICE,
Coi.t'Mtii v, S. C., April 15, 1S71.
flUIE Annual Melting ol the Stockholders ot
1 thu Greenville and Columbia Ituilroad
Company will be held on THURSDAY, 27tli
inst, at 10 o'clock A. M. Stockholders ?ill he
passed i Ki:r. to ami fri m Columbia to attend
the meeting, us heretofore. They will he re
(iilirud to bhiiw their Stock Scripte the Con?
ductor, who will cxiut pay from all others, a-i
noone but a Stockholder, or those of their
tinnily residing willi them, ure entitled to the
All Stock represent eil by proxy requires a
ten cent stamp for each nigiiature, and no
ono bul u Stockholder can he a proxv.
C. V. CAHRINGTON, Secretary.
A2-Papers publishing by agreement, two
insertions. April 15 Ri
White's Gardening for the South,
jr^Y iho lute Wm. A. White, of AthoilS, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET OAKDEN EH. $1.50.
Tho Phosphide Hocks ol South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Platea, i 1.25.
Six Sermons on Tempor?neo, by Lyman
! Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
I Preaching, R. L. Dnbney, D. D. il.50.
! Any above schtlby mail.
DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN,
Feb 10 Opposite Columbia Hot ol.
Heise's loe Cream Saloon
IS open for tho season. Give us a call.
ALL TO HAND.
OUK BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
CHEAP STUCK OF DRY GOODS
Is in (f lore and moving, making room daily for
Windi -.vc will continuo to receive nil through
OUR SAMPLE BVKEAU
Ia a success, and wo aro now distributing
Goods over the entiro Hiato through its
agency. Tho most careless obsorvor cannot
but Bee the great advantages to be derived
(rom dealing with a live house, liko oura,
where everything ie kept moving by system
and order-where no extra profits aro tacked
nn to pay idle hands. Of course, we can and
do SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THIS SECTION. A positive
proof is, that we sell more Goods than all tho
rent added together. That is the proof.
The people know whore to buy cheapest j and
let the stranger follow the great public. lu
buy in;.;, !. t tht m follow those who know
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
_ April s
WALTER C. F?SH?RT"
I) Il U Gr Gr I S T ,
And Dealer in
Family Medicines, Seeds,
FANCY GOODS, ?fcc.
Ol'J' OS.' TE THE CO L UM ti IA HO TEL.
HAVINO JUST OTENED MY
; DRUG STORE, I oiler to Columbia
'and vicinity a woll-eclected .stock of
PURE DRUGS, FAMILY MEDI?
CINES, SEEDS, and everything
usually kent in a first claps estab?
lishment. Prescriptions carefully prepared.
I introduc? a new feature (for Columbia)
in the Prescription business, having a BELL
at thc front door, and a comp?tent person to
deep in tho Store, parties can bo supplied
with Medicine at any hour of thc night.
f^POHjll OF FASHION',"
A ititi", vi i.i.i':, s. c.
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
DRESS - MAKING.
SAMPLES of DRY GOODS sent
I ?^&llhy mail. MILLINERY sent by bx
S. $*j?r lir<-'H,j a"d satisfaction guaranteed,
??3*1 Particular attention paid to (bo
A. tilling of orders. April l imo
M. H, B?ITR?TS
I'latn Street, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re- !
f~j - i-^?^yJceiving from tho manufac
]}&-*-7-r~f?*$M tories of New York, Boston,
?fiHi'BBwBg Ciucinuati and Louisville, the
n?r ^^jc largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in purl of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTEHlNGand REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner,
j Term*, cash and Goods cheap: Oct ?10
Entire New Stock.
THE undersigned respectfully informa
i his customers that he has REMOVED to
jibe new store,on Main street, directly
.opposite the Columbia Hotel,and is fullv
prepared with ali entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to tit out a gontleiuuu in the very
LATEST FASHION. Ho bas secured the
latest and best stvleH of CLOTHE, CASSI
MERES and GEN FLEM EN'S FURNISHING
GOOD* gt iierally. Call at the new stand and
soleei a suit; or leave vour or der and have it
mane to ineatuie. C. D. EBER HARDT.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & C0..E
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CIlAliLOTTE, N. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Coin, Hour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
general! v. Orders lilied cart iulh Htul prompt?
ly. Feb 7 lyr_
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R. Co? |
Cll.vitl.OTTli, March 1, 1871.
flllllS (Jonipany will continue to receive
JL money on deposit or loan for six months
or lotigi r. and pay interest on the same at (ho
rate ol ten per cent, pm annum. Deposits
or loans may be made with (be Treasurer of |
Hie Company at Columbia, M. P. l'egram,
Cushier, or the undersigned;
March |? 2vrio President.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals, for furnishing material
and milking SUMMER UNIFORMS, for
sixteen Policemen, will be received and sub?
mitted to Council April 25th. Bidders will [
furnish samples and eudora o proposals '.Pro?
posait) for Furnishing l'oli?e Uniforms." By
orderCUv Council. W. J. ETTEB,
April LS 7 Clork of Council.
"VT^TICE is hereby given that tho books for i
1> the collection of City Taxes (Real und
Personal Property) will bo closed on TUES?
DAY. April 25, 1?71, and on and after said I
dsto executions, covering tax unpaid, penalty
und costs, will bo placed in (bo hands of tho
proper oihcor. Oftico honrB 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
1 WM. J. ETTEB,
April 13 City Clerk and Troasnror.
FINE BEEP, ?no Beef Tonguos, fino
Smoked Beof, Sugar-Cured Strips,
Sngar-Curod Shoulders, Sugar-Curod Pig
Hams, Dutch Herringa, Cream Chocao and
Champagne Cider, at
April 0 G. DIERCK'?!,
LIP PM A N'S
I O Ft EAT
THE ~ .
PureBt Medicated Cordial ol the Age.
AL TERA TIVETANTI-RILIO US and
X/TRADE MAfl GERMAN BITT^
/j i EhS ia prepared
fi //a JL*}. '? > Rom tlie original
'M Ato?o's f?jCsrKV C Gorman receipt
fi /jpjrS^ ^ J* now in possession
?s7 t7sV^tl??il&/ A of tho proprietors ,
kkjffl?fflJ&Sr?^ \ an<- ta the same
^uL?f , Avm A'^ .jT^?prcparatioh that
J?9?? ? ,?%A&< f?r* * waa used in Ger
i^? /WKrJ^ il&iffl&km? '*""" many upwards of
?w*#&^*?cf"''.'' R century ago; tc
'SC^^^^* v^?f^?-^^ .'? dfty i" household
".^^ffir^jj,- ^j/vT , remedy of G erma
'~\?^^\&K?$: -?'f*:.-- "J. recommended
^TTAiAKr'^S^ bi' lts roost omi
r? *> nen! physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of tho purest alcoholic eesence of
Germany's favorito beverage, impregnated
with thc juices and extracte of rnro herbs,,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it ono of tho best and surest preparation for
tlie cure of
Dyspepsia, LOBB of Tone in tho Stomach and
Digestivo Organa, NcrvouB Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and as a
P HEYEN Tl VE FOE CHILLS A AB FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS tho best tonic known for tho diaeasesto
which they aro generally subject, and where BL
gentle Btimulant is recommended.
SATANS AU, March IC, 1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman & Bro., Savannah.
Ga-GENTS: I have before me your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing various
documents relative to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confesa
that your Bitters ia really what you represent
it to bc, an old German reeipo of Dr- Mitch*
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubtbo
excellent for dyppepsia, gcueral debility and
nervous diacascB, and ia a good preventivo of
chilla aud fever. I find it to bo a most de?
lightful and pleasant etomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTEB
KinEr.ANn MILLS, GA., March 22,1870".'
Mi'ssr-s. Jacob Lipjman & Bro., Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.- GENTLEMEN: I bavo intro?
duced your Great Grrman Bittere hero to my
customers and friends, and I lind better sale
for it thau any I have ever kept before. Those
who havo tried it approve nf it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in saving that it is far
superior in value to anv other Bitters now in
uao. Yours, respect fully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agent?, for Stale of Benth Cnroli
na-DOWIE, MOISE & DATIS, HENRY BIB
CHOFP & CO., GLAC?US A WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charmion. I
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER A
McG REGOJ?VS. Dm ggi st a._June 2 ly\\j
The Great Medical Discovery!
"Dr. WALSZS'S ?ALIPOBNIA
s| Hundreds of Thousands Sg^
?.""* Sear testimony to their Wonder- ??rr
? o fol Curativo Effect?. J
Iii WHAT ARE THEY?ge*
Mailc of l'oor Kum, Wliiwlie", Pro?.*?
Spirits mid It cf il se [.if..-.ui'f? i"'?'-i>>r. tl.Fvtceii
and sweetened ti? ?>?C:;B^ lit: t*.*tc, < bli od "Ton?
ics,*"* Appetizer?," Kerri r::s," ?c., t'.at leart.
Hie tippler on to i'.riin':e:ii?i:i. and ruin, but ares
a inn* Medicine, made froas t!;o Nativa Hoots end.
Herbs of California, Cree l ri?:ii tc 11 Alcoholic
Kttninlnnis. Tliojrnrc tv<;lt KAT DI.OOD?
HlKIFlKIt nn.l I.II*:-: GIVING rit?ZV
i.'ll'LE a perfect Kon..\r and Invlsoratorof
Hie System, carrying off ell poisonous mutter txa;l
restoring the Mood to n healthy condition: Xe
person ccu take these P.luers accortliu;: |.n .'ruc?
tion and remain lah** nnw.ll. .**
**K*fiir lufiiwiiiitutary lind Chronic linen*
mu? ihiu nutt Gout, l>> mu-tniu oe I inti
?ft! ?ri I?OU, Hi lions, Item); lent mid liner
initient Frvtrn, DI seines of tho ltlnoil,
I.iver. Kidney*, nuil Ul ml der, Uie'?o Bit?
tern bara been liu??t succt&Hful. Such Dls
cnxi'*) arc caused by Vitiated Blinni, v willett
IF generally produced by dciauyvwcut of thc
DYSPKPSlA <Ht INDIGESTION.
Hvndnche,Tain tn the Shoulder?, Cough?, Tlght
tu'iiof tho Chest, Dizziness Sour Lructatlon? of
the r*t<uria?-h, Had tanto la tao Mouth Bllloua At
tack.?, fal; Station nf thc Heart, Inflammation or
thc bungs. Pain lu Hui regions of thc Kidney?,and
a hundred ether painful symptom*, aro tho off
vpr'ugsof Dyspepsia. <#
Th'i y liirlgnrnto tin* stomach and stimulate tho
torpid liver and h.iv.-i ls. which render thom of un
i-..called efticacy bi cleansing tho blood of all
l:u.-nritk"s. timi Impartlug now life aad vigor to
the whole srstoiin
F O It SKIN DISEASES, Frcptior.R.Tcttcr,
Full .:h( mn. Blotches. Spot?, Pluiplc*; Puatule*.
Bol?n. Carbuncles, Rlnj*-*?Vorin?, Scald-Head, Boro
Kvss.Kryrtp?lo?, lleli, Rcnrfi?, lili>coloratlons of
the Skin; Humors and HUc.iscs of tho Skin, of
wt.aicver name or nature, aro literally dug np.
and carriel ont of Mei system In a ahortthno hy
tho ase of ttic-o rutters. Ono bottle In ?uoU .
COM? will convince ths most Incredulous or their
curative elTccta. *T
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood whenever you find
its impurities banting throngU thonkln lnPIm
plc**, Eruptions or Boro?; cleanse lt when yon
find lt obstructed and Blngglsh In tho -veins;
cleanse lt when lt la foul, and your foclmg? will
tell yon when. Keep tho blood puro and tho
Waith of tho system will follow.
Ol'; N, TAPE and other WORMS, larking nv
thc ayritciu of so many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed and removed. For full dl.-ecUons, read,
carefully thc circular around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. H. n. McHONALD &
CO., Dnifft'lsta and Oon. Agonl*. San Francisco,
Cai,, and 32 ami31 Commorco Street, Now Tork.
^L*) BY ALL DRUOGI6T? AND DEALERS
DggjjtjTly GEIGER A McOREGOlt, Agents.
SMOKED MEATS, ETC. '
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smokod BEEF.
Fort in Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hame.
Sugar-cured Bacon Strips.
Moss and No. 1 Mackerel, Ac, all fresh lo
haud. For Bale by GEO. 8YMMEIUL