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"Lat our Just Censure ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ?ttond tao True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. 0.; WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2G. 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 3 2p
. ACTS AND .TOINT lUSHOMJTIQNS .
P?8$?d by the Legislature-Session 1870
: ' and 1871. : '
AN ACT TO CnAIVTEit TUB TOWN OF YOKK
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sonate
end-House of Bepresentotives, of the
State of South Carolina, now mot and
sitting in GOD eral Assembly, and by the
authority o? the same, That from and
after tho paean ga of this Act, all o i tizona
o? .thia State Having resided sixty days
in tU? town of York vi Ho, shall bo deemed,
and are hereby declared to be, a body
politic and corporate, and the enid town
shall bo called and known by the name
otc Yorkville,- and its corporate limitB
shall extend ono .milo in eaoh direction
from tho Court Hon HO in said town.
SEO. .2. That tho said town shall be
governed by an Intendant and four War
ens, who shall be citizens of tho United
States, and shall have been residents of
the said town for sixty days, immediate?
ly preceding their election, who shall bo
elected on tho second Mouday of Janu?
ary in every year, fifteen days' public
notice thereof being previously given;
and that all malo inhabitants of the age
of twenty-one yours, citizens of the
State, and who shall have resided in thc
said town .for sixty dayB immediately
preceding the election, shall bo entitled
to vote for .said Intendant and Wardens.
SEO. 3. That tho election for Intend?
ant and Wardens of the said town ahull
be held in tho Oourt House, or some
other convenient public place in the
said town, from nine o'clock in tho morn?
ing until five o'clock in tho afternoon
and when the polls shall be closed, tin
Managers shall forthwith count the votci
and proolaim the eleotion, and give no
tice in writing to the persons elected
The Intendant and Wardens shall ap
point three Managers to bold the en su
mg and any subsequent election. When
ever there shall not be an Intendant ant
Wardens, or Intendant and Warden
from any oause whatever, it shall be tin
duty of the Clerk of tbe Court for Yorl
County to order such election forthwith
and appoint three Managers for th
same, The Managers in each case shall
before they open the polls for said elec
lion, take an oath fairly and impartial!;
to conduot tbe same. And tho Intend
ant and Wardens, before entering upoi
th? duties of their respective offioef
shall take .the oath prescribed by tb
Constitution of this State, and also tb
following oath to wit: "As Intendant (o
Warden) of the town of Yorkville, I wi
equally and impartially, to the best c
my ability, exercise the trast reposed i
me, and will use my beat endeavors t
preserve"the peace and carry into effeo
accordiug to law, tho purposes for wbio
I kavo boon elected: So help rae God.
The said Intendant and Wardens sha
hold.their offices from the time of the
eleotion until tbe second Monday i
January ensuing, and until their sui
oeBSors shall be elected and qualified.
SEO. 4. That in oase a vacancy shoul
occur in tho office of Intendant oran
of the Wardens, by death, resignatioi
removal, or otherwise, or in case of a, t
in said eleotion, an election to fill su(
vaoanoy shall bo held, by the appoin
ment of-the Intendant and Wardens, j
Warden, as the case may be, or the Clo:
of the Court of York County, if the
should be no Intendant or Wardens, t<
days' notice thereof being previous
given; and in oase of the sickness or tei
porary absence of tbe Intendant, tl
Wardens, forming a Council, shall
empowered to act in his stead durii
SEO. 5. That the Intendant and Wt
dens duly elected and qualified abo
during their term of service, several
and respectively, bo vested with all t
jurisdiction and powers heretofore gnu
ed to Magistrates in this State. And t
Intendant shall and may, as often aa
may deem necessary, summon the Wi
denB to meet in Council, any two
whom, with the Intendant, may com
tute a quorum to transaot business; a
they shall bo known by the name of I
Town Council of Yorkville; and tl
and their successors hereafter to
eleoted may have a common soul, wb
shall be affixed to all the ordinanc
And the said Town Council shall bi
authority to appoint, from time to til
as they may see fit, such and so mi
proper persons to act as marshals
constables of said town as the said Tc
Council may deem necessary and exp?
ent for tbe preservation of the pef
good, order and police thereof, wb
persons sa appointed shall, within
corporate limits of said town, have
Eower, privileges aud emoluments, ;
e subjeg^to all the obligations, penal
and regulations provided by law for
ornoo of constable, and shall bo li ubi
be removed at tho pleasure of Bald Cc
oil; and the said Town Council s
have power to establish or ant
ize the establishment of the mn
boase in said town; and tbe said T
Council shall bnve full power and
thorifcy\ under their corporate seal
make all suoh rules, by-laws and c
nances respecting the streets, rc
market house, and tho business thoi
and the jpolice system of said to wi
shall.appear to them necessary and
per for tho security, welfare and co
nienoe, and for preserving health, c
and good govern mont within tho s.
And the said Town Council may im
fines for offences against their by
and ordinances, and appropriate
same to the public OBS of said town
tho said Council shall have tho
power which Trial Justices
have to compel tho attendance
witnesses, and require thom to
ovidenoo upon the trial before
of any person for a violatio
any of their by-laws or ordinance
uo flue above tho sum of twenty d
shall bo collected by said Council, c
by suit in tho Court of Common 1
Provided, That no fine shall
cced fifty dollars; and, also, tbt
thing herein contained shall anti
the said Cot?noil to moko any by-lu
ordinances inconsistent with, or repug?
nant to, tho laws of this State; and nil
the by-laws, rules and ordinances tho
said Council shall make shall, at
all times, bo subject to r?visai or repeal
by the General Assembly of this Slate.
SEO. G. That tho said Intendant and
Wardens Bhall have full power to abato
and removo all nuisances iu tho said
town; nud it shall bo their duty to keep
all road?, ways and streets within tho
corporate limits of tho said town, open
and in good repair, aud for thnt purpose
they aro invested with all tho powers
heretofore granted to Commissioners of
Roads; and shall have full power to
classify and nrrange tho inhabitants of
said town liable to street, road or other
public duty therein, and to force thc per?
formance of suob duty under such pe?
nalties as are now or shall hereafter bo
prescribed by law: Provided, That tho
said Town Council may compound with
any persons liable to perform such duty,
upon such terms, and on the payment of
such sums as may bo established by laws
or ordinances: And, provided, also, That
tho individuals who composo tho said
Town Council shall bo exempt from thc
performance of road and police duty,
and tho inhabitants of said town aro
hereby exempt from road aud polico
duty without tho corporato limits of said
SEO. 7. That tho power to grant or re?
fuse licenses for billiard tables, to keep
tavern, or to retnil spirituous liquors
within thc limits of the snid corporation,
be, and tho same is hereby, vested in the
Town Council of Yorkville, and tho
said Council may grant licenses to
retail spirituous liquors to such persons,
ned iu such quantities, at such rates,
and upon such terms and conditions, as
tho said Council may deem ht and
proper; and tho said Iutcndant nndWar
ileUB shall bavo tho full aud only power
to impose a tnx on all shows, or exhibi?
tions for gain or reward within the
limits, and all tho money puid for li?
censes for retailing spirituous liquors,
keeping tavern and billiard tables, and
the tax on all shows for gain or roward
within said limits, shall bo appropriated
bo the public use within said corpora?
SEC. 8. That the said Town Council
o? Yorkville shall have power and
inthority to require all persons owning
i lot or lots in said town, to make and
ceep in good repair sidewalks in
front of said lot or lots, when
sver the same shall front or adjoin any
}f the public streets of said town, if, in
;he judgment of tho Council, such side?
walks shall be necessary, tho width
'.hereof and the manner of their con?
duction to be designated and regulated
uy the Town Council; and for default or
refusal to make and keep in repair such
nde-walks, the Town Council may causo
ike same to bo made or put in repair,
ind require the owner to pay tho price
>f making or repairing: Provided, That
mch contract for makiug or repairing
30 let to tho lowest bidder.
SEC. 9. That tho said Town Couucil of
Yorkville shall have power to arrest and
commit to jail, for a space of timo not
jxcecding twelve hours, and to rino not
exceeding twenty dollars, any person or
persons who shall be guilty of disorderly
conduct in said town, to tho annoyance
}f citizens thereof; and it shall be
di? duty of the Marshal of the town to
nuke such arrests, and to call to his as
listunce the posse coinilatus, if necessary;
ind upon failure to perform such duty
ie shall bc fined in a Bum not exceeding
ano hundred dollars for eajh and every
SEC. 10. That the said Town Council
jf Yorkville shall have power to
jrant licenses to pnrtics within the
i mi ts of said town; and the parties
.o whom said licenses aro grunted shall
pay a sum not oxeoodiug two bem?
ired dollars. Thoy shall also bavo
power to impose and collect au an?
nual tax upon tbe assessed property of
?aid town: Provided, No tax shall be
levied in any ono year to exceed the rate
af twenty cents on encb hundred dollars
jf such assessed property, and that tho
money BO raised shall bo applied to the
uso of said town. The said Town Coun?
cil shall bave the power to enforce thc
payment of all taxes levied by tho said
Town Council to tbo same extent and in
the same manner ns is now or hereafter
shall bo provided by law for thc collec?
tion of tbo general State faxes.
SEC. ll. That tho said Town Council
of Yorkville shall bavo power to re?
gulate sales at auction within the limits
of said town, nud to grant licenses to
auctioneers: Provided, That nothing
heroin contained shall oxtend to sales by a
Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Judge of Probate,
Coroner, Executor or Administrator, As?
signee in Bankruptcy, or by any other
person ont of tho order, decree of any
Court, Trial Justice or any other inferior
SEO. 12. That this Act shall bo deemed
a public Act, and shall continue of force
for fourteen years, and till the end of
tho Geuoral Assembly then next follow?
ing, and all Acts of incorporation or
amendments thereof, repugnant hereto,
nro horoby repealed.
Approved March 2, 1871.
FINi: BEEF, ?no Neel Tongues, tine
Smoked Beel', Sugar-Cured Strips,
Sugar-Cured Shoulders, Sugar-Cured Pig
Hams, Dtitch Herrings, Cream Cheese and
Champagne Cider, at
April 0 ii. DIEBCKW.
NOTICE.-Tho ealo o? ICE will ho discou
tinned until further notice, as tonio part of
tho leo Machinery ia out of order. All per?
sona having Tickets and not inclined to wait,
tho inoiioy will ho refunded to.
April 15 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
n ii AH IN MIND.-Yvhcn disenso baa
undermined thu health, and tho physical sya
tem has become prostrated, a stimulant that
will not only slrongthon, but removo tho
cause, should be immediately resorted lo.
Mental distress is also a fruitful source of thc
breaking down of the constitution, and tho
ravages of this enemy to health are truly
alarming. JJ'O? all snell maladies, I10STET
TEH'S STOMACH BITTERS havo been found
unsurpassed. Ey acting directly upon thc
j digestive organs, th by removo tho heavy, dis?
agreeable fooling after ealing, BO often com?
plained of by portions of a delicate tempera?
ment. AB soon as digestion is restored, the
patient finds bis strongth increasing, and his
general health improved.
Thousands of persons certify that il maybe
relied on in all cases of weakness or nervous
debility attendant upon sedentary habits.
Tho generality of Bitters aro BO disagreeable
to tho taute that they are objectionable to a
weak utomach. This is not the caso with
HoHtetler'o Bitter?, which will bu found mild
ami extremely pleasant. Balsamic plants,
barks and roots contribute their restorative
juieea to render it soothing and strengthen?
ing. Itu hasis is the only puro stimulant
which has ever been produced, containing no
fusil oil, or any other deleterious element.
"Tlio most careful and skilful chemists have
analyzed the Bittern, and pronounce them
harmless. This is scientific testimony; hut
tho testimony of the hundreds of thousands
who have experienced tho preventive and
curative cflects of the C?UK?T VKUKTAW.K TONIO
and AI/I Ku.vnvK of modern times, is still more
conclusive. In Fever and Aguo, Dyspepsia,
Biliousness, Nervous Complaints, Chronic!
Complaints and General Debility, it is as j
nearly infallible aB anything in this falliblo
world can be. April lil ft;
STOCKS, liO.VDS ami COUTONS bought
and ?old by D. 0AMBBILL, Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo
COUNT V CLAIMS A?O J CUY CKKTI
FICATES bought bv
Feb 5 D. GAMBBILL, Broker.
O"LD UAXK ? iL Ls ?mi MUTILATKII
CURRENCY bought and Bold bv
Nov 23 Gmo_ D. GAMBBILL. Broker.
COTTON HERD OIL, CAKE "can" be had
at all times, aud iu any quautity, of
Jan 21_E. HOPE.
SPECIAL, ATTENTION given to the col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on Stato and Bailroad liomin and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Socurltiea, by
_ Nov 23 Gmo E1 QAMBBILL, Broker.
"EMPOBIL'M OF FASHION,"
AKHKVILIJK, S. C.
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
DRY GOODS,* MILLINERY
DRESS - MAKING.
SAMPLES of DB Y GOODS sent
by mail. MILLINEBY sent by ex*
presa and satiBfaction guaranteed
Particular attention paid to the
niling of orders. April 1 Imo
M. H. BERRY'S
Plain Street, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re
pceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assort meut of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din?
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bcdstoada of different
pa' ems, in Walnut and Imitation; also, tho
ci hrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in thc bebt manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct 3ft
Entire New Stock.
TUE undersigned respectfully infnrintt
i bis customers that he has REMOVED tn
I thu new store, on Alain street, directly
.opposite the Columbia Motel, and is fully
prepared with au entirely NEW STOCK Or
GOODS, to lit out a gentleman in tho very
LATEST FASHION. He ban secured thc
Infest and best styles ot CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODtf generally. Call at the new stand and
select a suit, or leave your hider and have it
made to measure. C. D. EBERHARD!'.
March 215 _
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers aud Commission Merchante,
tin AUS J) TIE, N. c.
SOLICIT orders Tor COTTON. Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Orders lilied carefully and prompt?
ly. Feb 7lyr
White'B Gardening for the South,
BY the late Wm. A. White, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES'SOUTHERN FARMER and MAlt
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
Tho Phosphats Rocks ol South Carolina,
their History and Developments- Colored
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures tm
Preaching, R. L. Dabney, D. D. il.51).
Any above scnt|bv mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Feb lt) Opposite Columbia Hotel.
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
-. +> .
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
PLUMBING, ROOFING, Cl UTTERING, nial
all work in this linc, put up lo order
ami ready for sale at thu
t, A ll O L 1 jV -1 M A A' U /.' A G T O li V,
Call at either house-Columbia or Newberry.
HENRY. H. Il LEASE,
?Ijrch 22 f_Proprietor.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low lo
dealers hy EDWARD HOPE.
ORNAMENTAL FOLIA G E.
? Achyranthua, Altcmanthera, Bcgo
fg nia, Cumia, Coleus, Geranium, (va
riVgattiti,) Gazonia, (variegated,) j
Vinca, (variegated,) Pyre th rum
and manv lither vari?lica.
BEDDING PLANTS.-Yerbenia, Pcl??iii* I
Heliotrope, Salvia, Lantana, Double Whiiu
1'evcrfow, Cuphca, Coleus, Chrysaulhcmuuis.
5U varieties of GERANIUMS, consisting ol'
Double, Variegated, Ivy, Scouted, Scarlet,
NoHrgav and Largo Flowered,
10 varieties of FUSCH1A.
Mao, a choice aelection of ANNUAL, BIEN?
NIAL ami PERENNIAL PLANTS, raised from
carefnllv selected Send, and rcadv for trau?
plaiding. Apply to W. II. WHIG,
Washington gt reut, ono door from Hull.
March .Tl tl nm
REYNOLDS UMPR O 1'EMENT.
THOSE nil . havu loat acveral Natural
Teeth, and have been advised lo pari
with remaining sound ones, as the first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, are
requested, before submitting to a practice,
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of its fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of eo much
The above improvoment was designed to re?
ni?t so deplorable a practice, and aller a tho
riuigh tesl of more I lian threo years, is found
capable of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry baa heretofore done.
It is now possible lo obtain part int cane*.
which will aave for ye ars Natural Teeth, am)
boat thc same time reliable in (-very respect.
Au invitation is hereby given to such as
fei-l interested to call at our Operating
Humus, and examino duplicate specimens of
i:ases now in actual uso.
Nov (If REYNOLDS .V REYNOLDS.
" C." W. WIECKTNG,
UOEXEIl KING ANJt SOCIETY SIS.,
CUAllLlCSTON, S. C.,
A GENT for, MlLWAUKIE LAGER DEEP
tx. Orders Boljeitful._ April ll (if*
"Tho Great Trophy Tomato."
FOR Ibo largest GROWN TOMATO, from
seed raised hy Gcorgo E. Waring. Plants
d' this remarkable Tomato raised from aced
if tho fruit wsij<hing not less than ten pounds
low ready and for sale. Alao, Plants of thc
Tilden, Largo Red and Grant Tomato, at 25
:enls a dozen. Call earlv and leave your or
hrs at * HEINITSH'S
April 7 t_ DriiK Store.
3 fiHA ACRES of LAND tu Barnwell,
J.OvJU on the P.disto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
Saw Mill and 2.000 aerea of Land in Lexing
on, on Norlh Edisto, $7,000.
2,500 aerea Waterec Bottom Land, 12 pr acre
2,500 aerea creek bottom and pine Land, at
2 per acre. 1 House in thia city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acron LAND, near the
:ity-$8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney ut Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sen4, 25 ly
!T CASKS JamoH Henncsay's A Brandenburg
J Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
-Herod pure and unadulterated. These cri??
iriso vintages of Ls;)j, 1S53, 1800 ami 1803
Hock of Hocke, Clarets and White Wines in
hiile some nf the must famous brands us well
,a sound lote priced ijoods. For sale by
March 23 _ GEO. SYMMERS.
THE G ll KAT KKUTII.IZEIt.
I" CAN furnish LIME at Depot at Walhalla,
L S. C., fur fl.50 per barrel. Address,
ItliVi B. HOLDER, Walhalla, S. C.
Natural Frozen Ice.
i S the summer acasou is now approaching,
r\. I wish to inform my old customers, and
lie public in general, that having secured a
nod crop of natural frozen lake ICE, this
.inter, wo are prepared to furnish it, in any
u anti ty. as low as any that can bc procured
ere, that is, from one to one and a halt cents
er pound, according to quantity, and have
ecu Belling at that price since thu 1st ol'
anuary. J. D. BATEMAN, Ag'l,
March 17 2mn Columbia Iee House.
A SMALL invoice of those genuine Albert
f\. BISCUITS, manufactured by McKenzie
; McKenzie, Edihburg; Scotland.
English Biscuits, Fancy Nie Nae?, Bril
auts, tioins, C.,rn lull, Ac.
April? JOHN M.KF.N/IE.
lharlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R. Co- i
CIIAKI.OTTK, March 1, 1871.
FHIIS Company will continue to receive
L nion?.v uti deposit or luau fur six months
r longer, and pay interest on the same at the
ato ot ten per cent, pei annum. Deposits
r loans may hu made with thu Treasurer of
lie Company at Columbia, M. P. 1'egram,
'ashier, or the undersigned.
March 5 2u?o President.
North Carolina Hay.
? /\ BALKS prime HAY. lor sale hy
J\ f March '.) K. MOPE
^ THAT splendid ramily RESIDENCE, I
M?* with forty-iwo acres of land attached,?
BPI! know HI. the "Walker P.ac*-." Several
umtrod fruit trees of tho choicest s?lection
ow in full bearing. The hinds ure comprised
f highlands and meadow, with a bold frtii
pring nut distant ft om thc house. The front,
icar huir acres in extent, faces on Upper
mundary, one ol' our nioet public streets,
'or terms, .Ve , applv tu
Hi O'NEALE A SON,
April 14 Cotton Town.
The Dexter Stables.
Till' undersigned have re
moved their Stables lo tho new
?tfy.a building, immediately Smith ol
Vi/, i^^SvZrrklannev V Mal), ami, with a new
Vt*^^ TatoVk ol CARRIAGES, Bl't?
?lES ami lim- HORSES, are prepared to mi
wer all calls that may he mudo upon I hem.
lorses bought ami "sold on oointnissdoh.
'ersons in want ol' gou.l stuck, are iuviti d t>.
[ive us a call. Liberal advances made on
tock loft fdr salo. BOYCE A" CO.
W. ll. Boyen.
C. H. Phi ri NO I l.t.. J in 21
Seegers' Beer is Puro.
[T don't contain Cooperas, Salt, Limo or
Alum. March ll
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
[T don't contain Cococulua Indiens Fisli
Bei rie" to make sleepy or headache
DESTRAL RATIONAL BANK
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital, $100,000.
ACTIIORIZED CAPITA IJ, $300,000.
John B. ruhner, President.
A. G. Brcni/.er, Cushier.
C. N. G. Hutt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli ? reggiJol?? B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
tcr, lt. 1). Swill, c?T lt. D. Semi A Sou; G. IV.
lteardeu, of Copeland>V Dearden; lt.T.. Bryan,
of Bryah ?V McOarter; W. C. Swaflicld, of lt.
A- W. C. s wa lucid.
E. W. McMuslcr, Solicitor.
rpiIIS Bani; is now open for the transaction
X of a general banking business.
CKIITIFICATES OF DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tbo rate of seven (7)
per cont, per annum, in kind, will be issued,
Deposits from Vonni y Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees; Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual aoeonnnudation;s ex?
Kotes, lillis of Exchange, and ether evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stucks, Hunds, Gold und Siloer bought and
Mutilated Currency purchased at a email
.^ig/U Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, lielgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the. Orient. Letters of Credit iesued,
payable in any of thc above placea.
Drafts on "all the prominent cities in thc
United States bought and sold.
N. B. Persons desiiing to tako Stock in thia
Bank, would dowell to make application soon,
as there is only a limited amount fclill to be
Banking Houec opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from '.? to 3._ Feb 28 ly
Carolina National Bank
C O L r ?I KIA, S.e.
Capital Stock Paid in, $200,000.
HOARD OF DIItEGTOES.;
L. D. CHILDS, PRESIDENT.
DK. J. \V. PAUEKB, lt. M. WALLACE,
Jons S. WILEY, DU. JOHN T. DAUUV,
E. HOFF., KICIIAUU O'NEALE, JU.
C. D. MELTON, Attornev.
W. B. G ULICK, C. J. IIIF.DF.LL,
Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
THE capital stock of thia Bank ia now
$200,000, all,of which baa been paid in,
and confirmed by the Comptroller of tho
Currency. Authority has also been received
for a further increase lo tho amount of 150,000,
of which over $20,000 has already been taken.
Persons wishing to make an* investment
should apply without delay. Tho Surplus
Fund ia now 10,000, ur three per cent, upon its
The Carolina National Bank issues certifi?
cates of deposit, bearing interest at the rate
of seven per cent, per annum. This feature
of ita business makes it practically
A SAYINGS HANK,
and attention is called to the fact that the
safety ?d' these deposits, aa well as all others,
are guaranteed by the wholo capital of the
Bank. No safer mode of temporary invest?
ment is offered to tho public than this-the
deposits being payable on demand, or on
short notice. Deposits of any amount re?
ceived either in curroncy or coin, and payable
in tho samo. Interest will bc paid at the end
of each six months, should deposits remain
beyond that length of timo.
Jan 211_ _mw3n,o
Fickling & McCaw,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITOUS
IN EQUITY, will practice in the Courte
of Richland, Kershaw, Lexington and Edge
field; in thc Supreme Court of the State ot
South Carolina; and in thc Circuit and Dis?
trict Courts of the United Stalea for the Dis?
trict of South Carolina.
FRANCIS W. FICKLINO,
April 0 fia WILLIAM H. McCAW.
Keyes' Early Prolific Tomato Plants.
IT id claimed that thia TOMATO is fifteen to
thirty days earlier than any other variety
known." The fruit is of good size, round and
smooth, brilliant color, perfectly solid and
line flavor. Plants now ready, cold frumo
stock hardened. Can be transplanted without
Uss. Fur sale al
April l t t_HEINITSirs DRUG STORE.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends ami
public in general that 1 have
Just received an entire new
^tock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks; Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shut. Cartridges,
('art ridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct H P- W. KRAFT. Main street.
r.w-mjg. WE have now on hand a lull and
ffiffiffi; ?iu) assortment of BRETTS, Rock?
aways and Buggies, which we ofter at coat
prices for cash. These are our own manufac?
ture*, and wo warrant I hem to bo of superior
workmanship; We aro constantly adding to
our slock and will manufacture to order any
desired style of vehicle, from a small Tony
Phit-loii lu ii large Carriage.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
CARROLL ,t SPELLMAN.
March ?ll Imo
?Xy&ALi ? COMPLETE assortment of two
.?V- A*/- and four-seat Passenger CARRI?
AGES Int* just been received at the Reposito?
ry, c ?nu r Lady and Assembly streets. Tho
latvst and most stylish patterns ba\o been
selected with care, from sonni cf the best
builders in the country; and the stock never
has bi en surpassed in design or finish by anj
i-IV red here. Prices moderate.
Deo Ki _ _W. K. G lt F. ENFIELD.
Cotton Seed Oil.
VP?RE article, superior to others na a
salad oil fur luido use, at ouu-thiid (he
iinee of imported. Fur lisle liv
. Ai,, il'?' ... EDWARD HOrE. '
Soda and Mineral Water.
THE FOUNT is open for the season, with
choice syrups, made from pure j nico ot
I the hitit. HKISE'S CONFECTIONERY;
LIP PM Alf' S
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
. ALTERATIVETA?TI-BILIO?S and
IN VIG O RA TING PR OPER TIES.
S LIPPMANN great
yr/fpADE MAR GERMAN Brrr
/: J . . K .;'j EES is prop ii rod
Hs C(j\ j-n ????ii_*_ ? / Irom the original
/u r >^?'v) SdiA^ (. Gorman rocoipt
(^VlTr^lr- 'EM rX'ii now in poHfiObeion
1^/ vV?Sfev ' oi proprietors
VS arJ/Jt$J&?^ VWftUr? 'H t,n0 8arnu
/>&oB ' 'Jr^a preparation that
? ^|pxiWs:i/ - ? " wai} Ufie<" in Qer
/P^n?^li -H?l^^Mh' ''" n\i.cy upwards o?
f^lM?I>^S^^SX'y *~~ a century?go; tn
Stt^^OT^l^w?^Swi'/ day ie boude If old
x^?<2sf^: .. S?T ' ~ remedy bf Gorma
'""VV^T- Cvv'i^-T ny, recommended
R<7^/"< K513^ 5 by its moHt emi
' ' '. . . neut physicians.
GREAT GEitMAN BITTERS
Is composed of tho purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorite beverago, impregnated
with tho Juices and extract? of rare lierbB,
root? and burks; all of which combined make
it oue of the best and surest preparations for
tho cure of
Dyspepsia, Loss of Tone in tho Stomach and
Digestive Organs,Nervous Dobilitv, Lan?
guor, Constipation, Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and us a
PREVENTl YE FOR CHILLS AND FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the bfrst tonic known for tho dieeascsto
which they aro generally Bubject, and where a
gentle stimulant ia recommended.
SAVANNAH, March 10,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Limpian ?t Ero., Savannah.
Ga-GESTS: I have l<cforo me your esteemed
letter of tho 14th inst., containing various
documenta relative to your "German Bittera."
After a caroful examination I must confess
that your Bitters ia really what yon represent
it to be, an old German recipe of Dr- Mitch
erlich. of Berlin. Prussia. It will no doubtbe
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and ?B a good preventivo of
chills and fever. I find it to be a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
youra truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KiHEi-A?.n MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lippman ?t Ero., Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: 1 have intro?
duced your Great Coman Bittera here to my
customers and friends, and I find better aale
for it than any I have evLr kept before. Those
who havo tried it approvo of it verv highly?
and I do not hesitate in saving that "it is far
superior in value to ahv other Bitters now in
nao. YourB, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agents for State of Sooth Caroli
na-DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS. HENRY BIS
CHOFF A- CO.. G LA CITS St, WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER ft DUCKER.'Ch?ilefon.
Depot in Columbia, S. C., at GEIGER &
MCGREGOR'S. Druggists. Jone 2 lv||J
fbe Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S OAXiTFOBKTA
|? Hundreds of Thousands g=fa
?.r* Bear testimony to their Wonder- HP sr
? o fol Curativo Effect?. g j?*
Il?5WHAT ARE THEY?gig
|1| THEY ARE NOT A VILE ff S
fia FANCY DRINK.Pl?
Mnrtr! of Poor Ruin. YVIilwkcy, Frnii,
Spirit sn mt Refuge l.??ji:iirM?!?iuorod,sp1c?ii
and sweetened to plu:n-o lin li.-?o, iallait " Toa
lc?,""Appetisers," '. Heat-arer*,*' Ac, that lean
tim tippler on to ilrualcenru ss and ruin, but are
r. true Medicine, made froai t!:c Native Hoots anJ
Herbs of California, free from nt! Alcoholic
Sihinilnni*. They arc IV. (?It EAT BLOOD
1? I'lt I I'M Ell mid Ll FR OlVIXtJ PRIN?
CIPLE* perfect Urnovut.tr niiillnvlsoratorof
tiie System; carrying off all pol.?or.om matter omi
restoring tho blood tu n lu cltliy condition. >'o
person cati lake these IIP 1er* sec?rill?g to 'ir.:
Ooo niul remain luna uaw. 1!. ^
Vpi?r I ililli iniititlory mal Chronic Itlic::
?lintIsm nuil (Joni, l>yM|M'ii?tu or lilil??
uesiiuu, HU I o il ?, lt emil (cut and Inter?
milieu! Fever-?, Piscine* of ilie lllood,
I.iver, li.idni'> M. unit lilli.liter, theso Dil?
tern liilVO been lilMt hlicc>:i"'?.flil. Such Pis
en sei aro caused hy Vlllatcil lllood. which
ls generally produced by derangement of tho
Piuosi i ve Oi'irnui.
Il YSPEI'SI A OK INDIGESTION,
lliadnche. I'ai i hi (lie Shoulders, Couglis, Tight
n.'-i of tue Cheat, Plailnes*,Soar Eructations of
Un- - I 'tn i !:. Unit tiuto l l tho Month Hiltons At
Me';s, Palpitation of 111? Heart, Inflammation of
tliii Luttas. Pun !n Uni regions nf ilia Kidneys,and
a liuiutretl other painful symptoms, =r_- iho off
sprlag.of Dyspepsia. #
'Iii .}. invigorate the Stomach arel il Intu?ate tho
torpli! liver mid how. lu, wlileli render them of un
cp-illed clileiicy l i cl cali ?lng tho Wood of all
Impurities. ?ail Imparting new Hf? and vigor to
thu whole system.
roil SK IN DISEASES, F.riiptlons.Tetter,
Su'.: ?.ht um, lUotcl.es. Spols, Pimples, Pustule*.
Iii..'H, Carbuncles, ISlng-Worma, Scnld-Hcad, Soro
V.j es, Erysipelas. Ite.li, Scurfs, Discolorations of
Un- Skin, Humor? mu? Piteases of tho Bkln, of
whatever nam-j or nature, aro literally dug np
and carried oui of the system In a Bliort time by
thu uso of these Hitler*. Ono bottle In such
coses will convince thc most Incredulous of their
curative cireets. "~
deanne the. Vitiated mood whenever yon find
Its Impurities bursting through tho skin In Pim?
ple*. Eruptions or Sores ? cleanse lt when you
find il obstructed and sluggish In tho veins;
Cleanse H when lt ls foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep thc blood pure and tho
Kc ?li ll of tho system will follow.
OlMN. TAPE and other WORMS, larking li?
the system of so many thornlands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully (he circular around each bottle. ".
.1. WALK El!. Proprietor. H. II. MCDONALD *
Co., Druggists and Gen. Afronta, San Francisco,
Vnl"nuil ?nnJS? Commorco Street, New Vort.
*?J-:> UV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALETtS.
D2?;| }T 1 y GEIGER & McOREOOR. Agents.
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEEF.
Ferris Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hams.
Sugar-cured Bacon Strips.
Mees and No. 1 Mackcrr 1, Ac, all fresh tc
hand. For sale by GEO. SYMMFRS.