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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.
TheOotoptrollcr of the UtiTrchoy states
(bat tho ?oothoia 8tate?i for whoa? ben?
efit in part tba bill, waa passed ir creasing
the dation al bank our rouoy $5000.000,
h a Ve BO far been nuable1 to ?lake tb? ir
quota or to eotublisb their erjaro of na?
tional banks. Tuas far, only about fif?
teen millions have been paid out, and
there are applications oh Ute for about
(en millions additional. These, oonoo
mostly from the Western States and Ter?
ritories. The Hist distribution Was made,
according to tile terms of the Act of Con
gr?as, upon the basis of population.
After this the distribution is to be made
npon the .basis of tho resources of States
and Territories. It is tho opinion of the
Comptroller that, owing to the condition
of tho South, at least twenty-five mil?
lions will remain for distribution among
the States and Territories of the West at
the close of the present year.
The arrival of over 100 French sol?
diers at Kew York, Tuesday, looks like
the beginning of . a movement toward
Fr mob. immigration, which, it ?B to be
ho(>ed, will be well carried out. The
n .settled oondition of France, tho dis?
organized condition of the country, and
the poverty inevitable after a disastrous
war, are all cogent reasons wby Freboh
men Bhould seek a homo in the Kew
World, particularly in the Southern
. Wilhelm, who composed the famous
? German, patriotio war song, " Watoh ou
tho Rhino," waa recently found dead.ip
his bed, having died of apoplexy during
the night. It ia miid ib reference to this
stirring Bong, that Bismarck esteemed it
of more Bendee in the late war than a
well equipped army of 100,000 men.
The Massachusetts people are com?
plaining because they aro fed upon dis?
eased beeves. The Georgia people, on
the other band, are complaining because
a corrupt Bullock feeds upon them. This
is a distinction with a significant differ?
The Kew York Evening Post, disousa
ing the reign of terror in Scranton, well
says: "Surely tho oondition of society
in any, the most disturbed, of the South?
ern States, is peace and freedom as com?
pared with that in Northern Pennsylva?
' FiiOons IN PEB?.-Accounts continue
td arrive from all Bides of the damage
done by the late floods. It is nov esti?
mated that in the Sonthero portion of
the republia alone $7,000,000 would not
cover the losses .sustained.
Columbus, Ga., congregated on the
river bank the other.day for the purpose
of killing a wild duck. More than 200
shots were.fired at tho fowl, and it flew
A Poughkeepsie lady has been badly
poisoned in tho banda by wearing green
The nigh, lbw and broad church par?
ties of .England are cleverly designated
and "Latit u diu arians." .
VIOLIN & GUITAR STRINGS.
A : NEW supply of obeloe Italian STRINGS.
JOL.AI?O, a fin?l Beleotion of Violin Bows,
Sorowa,Tail Boards, Bow Hair, Bridges, Rosin I
and Violinoello Strings, just received at
April 26 wt-C_ E. POLLARD'?.
Cook Fight ! Cook Fight U~
A MAIN OF COOK3 will be
fought at Exchange Houso Cock?
pit. Columbia, 8. C., on MAY 9tb,
j 10th and 11th. Newberry against
\ Odgefleld. Show seventeen Cooks.
/Newberry beta ?1,000 to $750 on the
main, and $100 on each fight.
April 25 _'
ni UH. ci.-rc. HKKD wishes to
inform the Ladies in general that
she has J nut received another
-upply ot the very latest styles
MILLINERY. Also, HAIR and
FANCY GOOD3. Please call and
. - ?examine thom, whtoh wi.l bo sold
at reduced p ices to suit the times.
AOTS of Lc?islature of 1871. Price tl.
Opinion or Supreme Court of South Ca?
rolina on Neuro Bonds. Price 60 cents.
New iioiss or rrscwcc ox tuc vj:ruuit Courte
of South Carolina. Piico $1; interleaved $2.
For salo by BRYAN & McOARTER,
April 25 _Booksellers, Columbian
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer j
TN preference to London Porter and Scotch
X Ale. Why? They know it is unadulter- ]
Mod. _March ll
THE GREAT FERTILIZER.
ICAN furnish LIME at Depot at Walhalla,
8. C., for $1 50 per barrel. Address,
BEY. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, 8. C.
"EMILI OF FASHION,"
ADBBVILLR, 8. C.
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor.
DRY GoT?^r MILLINERY
DRESS - M AXINd.
SAMPLES of DRY O00D8 sont
by mail. MILLINERY sent by ex?
press and satisfaction guaranteed.
Particular attention paid tn tho
filling of orders._Aprill Imo
Pickled Meats, &c.
THIS DAY RECEIVED:
FULTON MARKET ROUNDS,
Fulton Market BEEF,
Pig Pork, .
Davis* Diamond Haran,
Ferris* Sugar-cured Strips,
Extra Beef Tongue.",
Something new ovory day, to try andpleaeo
our patrons. _GBO. 8YMMER8.
--????? ~ y
FINE BEEF, fino Beef Tongues, fine
Smoked Beer. Sugar-Cured Strips,
Hugar-Cnrod Shoulders, Sugar-Cured Pier
Hams, Dutch Herrings, Cream Cheese and
Champagne Cider, at
April 6_G. DIEROK'R.
THIS IS THE CHANCE 1
A largo lot of
For sale CHEAP at
O. F. JACKSON'S.
NOTICE.-Tho aalo or IGE will bo discon?
tinued until further notice, SB somo part of
tbo leo Maohinory is out of order. All por?
tons having Tickets and not inclined to wait,
thu m oooy will bo refunded to.
April 15 . JOHN C. BEEPERS.
The most lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in the Bath. For ?sale
by all Druggists and Per?
n ruCK8,'BUNDS ?ntl COUPONS bought
? and anld by D. GAMBBILL. Broker.
Nov 23 Cmo_
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO JURY CKUT?
K1?ATE8 bought bv
Feb 5_P. Q?MBRILL, Broiler.
COTTON 8K&I) OIL. VAKK can bo had
at all times, and in any quantity, of
I Jan 21_ E. HOPE.
SPECIAL? ATTENTION given to tho col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Imarost
on State and Bailroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Securities, by .
NOT 23 Cmo P GAMBBILL, Broker.
. North Carolina Hay.
pr (\ BALI'S prime HAY, for Bale by
Ol t March 9 E. HOPE.
Seegera* Beer is Pure.
r' don't oontain Copperas, Salt, Lime or
3?4 A A ACHES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OvHJ on.the Ediato.
760 ACRES in Keruhatf-in lots to suit.
Baw Mill and 2 OOO acres of Land in Lexing?
ton, on North Ediato, $7,(J00.
2,600 sores: Wateres Bottom Land, $2 pr aore
2.600 acres oreek bottom and pine Land, at
12 per acre. 1 House in this eity, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
oity-?8 600. Apply to JOHN BA?SKETT,
Attorney at Law and Boal Estate Agent.
Bee*, 26 _ ly
1 ^ A T S ,
R. & W. fl. SWAFFIELD'S.
yj^E havo now in storo a very large stock
of tho above goods, and wc assure our cus?
tomers that wo have never before boen en?
abled to offer thom so CHOICE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at euch low prices.
We havo good Ail Wool SUITS at f 15, suita?
ble for any business man.
We have a very largo stock, and we sro de?
termined to nndereell any other dealers, as
i our facilities enable ns to do so.
Aro decided to bo th? best fitting Shirts made.
We mahe the finest custom garments made in
thia Rlate. Call and examine.
March 25 R. A W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
BOOT, SHOE, DAT AXD TRUNK
IB now reoeiving another of its unusually
largo stocks, consisting of all the lead?
ing styles for Ladies, Gents, Misses. Boys,
Youths and Children. This stock has been
poi chased under unusually favorable circum?
stances. Onr buyer b? tng on tho snot; when
goods had readied the bottom, left large
orders to bo mannfaotured. Many of theso
goods aro now just arriving in time for tho
approaching 8tate Convention and Railroad
Meetings. Pomona visiting the city will find
I it greatly to their advantage to call and see
the groat bargains.
One door North of Columbia Hotel, at
April 23_A. BMYTHE'H.
^ . JUST BEOEIVED-A NEW
te-tf&?8ff?fr?uppJy of FISHING TACKLE,
! PATENT BAITS, Ao.
April 6 ^18 Sigu of .the dook.
IB NOW PREPARED
WITH A FULL AND SELECT STOCK I
Fancy Goods and Toys.
THE most complote in variety and quality
in tho city.- Spring goods for hoya and
girls, consisting of Bats and Balls, Marbles,
Skipping Hope?, Croquet SetB, Hoops, Blow,
Rubber, Blond?n, lUuibow. Gyroscopo, Cha?
meleon, Spring and Fancy Tops. Dulls in pro?
fusion, drceBod and undressed, Fancy Buxes,
Bags, with a large stock of Common Toys.
A largo and varied assortment of pure Can?
dies, mannlacturcd daily. Cakes ol all kinds
fresh mado ??very day. French Bon . Bonn,
Crystallized Fruits, Chocolato, Nougoat, Lon?
don Almonds, Cream Dates, ?Vc Canned
Goods, a full supply. Jellies, home manufac?
ture from pure fruit. Foreign Fruits and
Nuts, Almonds, Raisins, a full lino. English
Crackers, Albert Biscuit, genuino.
Weddings. Parties, Pio Nies, Ac., supplied to
order, with Oako, leo Cream, Lemonade, ?io.
Call at McKenzie's Confectionery and Toy
Store, Main street, near State House, and bo
convinced that our assortment and prices can?
not bo oxcelled._Api il 20
"LOVE & co:^
TCTTILL open on MONDAY a beautiful Uno
Xaadies' Dress Goods,
From 10o. upwards.
From 25c. upwards.
From $3.00 to $50.00.
Aleo, we will exhibit a beautiful lino anda
BIG DBIVE IN
AT $3.00 EACH.
Ever folly alive to the wanta of our custom?
ers, our buyer in New York ia watching the I
market closely, and has sent us, UNDER TUE ?
DECLINE, S BIO STOCK of
We are making qnick eales and small profits
and our toto prices satisfy the dosest buyer.
W. D. LOVE,
April 15_B. B. MoOBEERY.
I DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
his patrons and tho public ge?
nerally that he has moved into
his new office, over Duffie &, Chapman's Book?
store, opposite tho Columbia Hotel, where ho
is prepared td execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind his pro?
fession demands. Terms accommodating.
M. H. BERRY'S
? Plain Streft, near Main.
NOW on baud and d.iily re?
ceiving from the rannufac
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
largest assortment ot FUR
N1TUBE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Diu
ing-Boom Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; aim, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-boltom Chairs.
Ali Kinda Ol SlA'i''i'liL.if b?? iii rid 6 tO GTiiOr.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct Sf)
Entire New Stock.
# THE undersigned respectfully informs 1
Ti* his customers that he has REMOVED to I
Kalbo new store, on Main street, directly
-iuLopposito tho Columbia Hotel, and is fully
prepared with an entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to flt out a gentleman in tho very
LATEBT FASHION. Ho han secured the
latest and best styles o? CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS gr norally. Call at the now stand and
select a suit, or leave your order and havo it
made to measure. C. D. EBEBBARDT.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & co.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SOLICIT orders Tor COTTON. Corn. Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
f;cnorallv. Orders tilled carefully and prompt
y. Feb_7 lyr_
Natural Frozen Ice.
AS tho summer season is now approaching.
I wish to inform my old customers, and
thu public in gonoral, that having secured a
good crop of. natural frozen lake ICE, this
winter, wo aro prepared to furnish it, in any
quantity, as low as any that eau bo procured
hero, that is, from one to ono and a half cents
per pound, according lb quantity, and havo
neon selling at that price since tho lat of
Januarv. J. D. BATEMAN, Aw't.
March 17 2mo_Columbia leo House.
ASMALL invoico of tboeo genuino Albert
BISCUITS, manufactured by McKeuzio
<V McK??Ziu, EdinburK, Suulmud.
English Biscuits, Fancy Nie Naos, Bril?
liants. Goms,Cornhill, Ac.
April 7 jonN MCKENZIE.
Bank of Charleston.
CHARLESTON, S. C., MABcn 2B, 1871.
IN accordance with the resolution adopted
at a meeting of tho Stockholders on 27? h
instant, an oloctiun for THIRTEEN DIRECT?
ORS will bo hold on TUEBDAY. 2d day of May
next; and a meeting of the Stockholders for
the porpoBO of re-organising tho Bank will
also be held on samo date, at 12 o'clock, in tho
Bank Hall. WILLIAM THAYER,
April 1 tu Cashier.
AXIi TO HAND.
OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
CDEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Ia in atoro and moving, making room daily for
Which wo will continue to receive nil through
OUR SAMPLE BUREAU
Ie a eucccBB, and wo aro now distributing
Gooda over the ontiro State through ita
agency. Tho moBt careless observer oannot
but seo tho groat advantages to bo derived
tjrom dealing with a livo house, liko ours,
> whoro everything 1B kept moving by system
, and order-whoro no extra profits aro tacked
on to pay idle bandB. Of courue, we can and
do BELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THIS SEOTION. A poBitivo
proof is, that wo Bell moro Goods than all the
! rest added togotber. That ia tho proof
Tho people know whero to buy cheapest, and
let tho stranger follow tho great nublic. In
buying, let them follow tboso who know
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
_April_8__ , , :
G had o tte, Columbia & An grist a R.R. Co
CHARLOTTE, March 1, 1871.
THIS Company will continuo to receive
money on deposit or loan for six months
j or longer, and pay interest un the same al thu
rato of ten pur cont, poi annum. Depusits
or loans may bo mado with tho Treasurer of
tue Company at Columbia, M. P. Pogram,
Cashier, or tho undersigned.
^Tarch 5 2mo President.
WE have now on band a full and
fine assortment of BRETTS, Rock?
aways and Buggies, which wo oiler at cost
prices for cash. Those aro oar own manufac?
ture, and wo warrant them to bo of superior
workmanship. Wo are constantly adding to !
our stock and will manufacture to order any
desired style of vehicle, from a small Pony
Pittston to a large Carriage.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
CARROLL Sc. SPELLMAN.
Spring and Summer Goods,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR,
THOUGH late in
opening our stock of
CLOTHING, we ctial
PRICKS, and are ready
and willing to compare
quality aud ti,duh with
all in our line-having
bad all gooda made es?
pecially for our trado.
Wo onumcrato a few of
these gooda, to convoy
?n idea to the commu?
nity at largo, and those
who have not, aa yot,
honored ns with a call:
Fancy Oassimcro Suits,
Rlack Caesimero Suits,
Plain Colored Cassini? re
Suit a, White Duck Snit?,
Cream Duck Suits,
Brown Duck Suits. Der?
by Sa.'ks, Alpaca Sacks
In all colors. White
Yeats, Fahey Vests; Silk
Our stock of FUR?
NISHING GOODS and
is completo, and we feel
justified in saving that
uhr SHIRTS ' aro thu
most perfect titting ever found ready-made;
Shirts also mado to order.
Our lino of HATS ia largo and varied; and
in this linc, too, wu defy competition in LOW
PRICES. Wc call special attention to the K.
K. E. Hat-something never as yet surpassed
in beauty, lu Silk Hats, we have all thu styles
of tho present season. Wo boast of the very
largest stock of STRAW HATS in this city,
embracing all styles and colors. Wo a*k but
a fair trial to guarantee satisfaction, and most
cordially extend an invitation to all in want of
gooda in our line to pay us a call ere purchas?
ing elsewhere D. GOODMAN,
Main street, next to Pollock House.
??3gJjL A COMPLETE aBBortmcnt ot two
SfiS^F" and four-seat Passenger CARRI?
AGES has just been received at tho Reposito?
ry, corner Lady and Assembly streets. The
latest and most stylish patterns have been
selected with care, from som? o? thu best
builders in the country; and the stock noyer
has been smpaand in design or finish by any
offered herc. Prices itiod?rste.
Dee IT._W. K. G RI-KN Fl KT IL
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
Imblio in general that 1 have
ust received an i'll tire new
Ffltb'?k of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Punches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps. Buck-Shot. Cartridges,
Cartridges for ail kinds of Pistola, Powder
REPAIRING dune at short notice.
Pot 8_ P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to tho new
building, immediately South of
?Jan?ey s H?Ui a,,d? with a now
. , - .'"tock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES iou fine HOUSES, are prepared lo an?
swer all calla that may bo madu upon them.
Horses bought and Bold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, aro invited to
givo us a call. Liboral advances mado on
Block left for salo. BOYCE .t CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. n. PETTIHOILL._Jan 24_
Cotton Seed Oil.
A PURE artiole, snperior to others as a
J\. salad oil for table uso, at one-third the
pnoo of imported. For sale by _
April 9 EDWARD HOPE.
PORTER & STEELE'S,
A FULL LIKE OK
IH ALL COLOBS, FOB
CTTirS FROM A GERMAN WORK3HOP.
By Max Maller.
Ghardia, or Advonturca in the Doaert of
Sahara. By G. Naphegyi, M. D., A. M. $1.75.
MuthorloBS, or a Parisian Family. By au?
thor of John Halifax, tl 50.
Tho Silent Partner. By author Gates Ajar.
Tho Franoo.Prussian War. By Landon,
with 18 portraits and 14 maps. $1.75.
Tho Empty Heart; a dovel. By Marion
Harland. $1 CO.
Climates for Invalids. Ac $1.25.
(1 lux's Baby; kia Birth and Misfortunes; a
Tho Sisters of Orleans; a Tale of Baco and
Socisl Conflict. Also, a number of nen
novels and other publications, just received
at BRYAN A MoCARTER'd
April 25_ _Bookstore.
?MAV bo obtained by calling at ISAAC
KULZBACHEh'S and purchasing om
nf thone justly celebrated ELGlr
WATCHES, and whore you can find i
eomplete stock of Diamonds. Jewelrv
Silver and Plated Ware, of tho bes
manufacturo. In addition aro th
United States. Waltham, English and Swis
Watches in Gold and Kilver Gases, which wi!
bo cloted out at New York prices.
Constantly on hand fine Gold Chains, Sea
Bings, Charms, Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Sets
and a varied itook of Fancy Articles.
All kinds of Repairing done promptly, an
warrantod, by ISAAC B?L2?AC?ER,
Ap iii 27_Undor Columbia Hotel.
MOWEBS, and>all kinda Harvesting, Machine
on hand and for sale at lowest prices in tb
Wo call special attention to our Hora*
Power, which is the beat power in use au
not high priced. With our experience i
planting, and the use of agricultural imp]
monts and machines, together with oar fuel)
ties for having goods manufactured, we ola!
we can give lower figures, better goods ai
botter satisfaction than any other house in tl
country. Bend for catalogue.
ApriI23_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
To Persons Having Lands in the Wes
GREENVILLE, 8. C.. April 5,1871.
THE undersigned ex poo ts to leave Groe
ville. B. C., about the first of May ne]
for tho purpose or selling landein tho Etat
of Missouri. Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesot
Any person wishing to employ his services
Bolling, paying taxes, or redeeming lands th
bavo been sold for taxes, or having any otb
business which they with to entrust to hit
can address him at Greenville, B.C.
tf?r Ho will alto cither purchase or Inca
land warrants. J. H. MARSHALL.
REFERENCES-Col. II. P. Hammett, Grce
ville, H. C.; Col. L. D. Childs, Columbia, B. ?
Andrew Simons, Esq., Charleston, 8. C.; Ho
J. L. Orr. Anderson, H. C. Anril H si
ALL persona holding d?manos against t!
Entato o? WM M. BECKHAM, d
ceased, aire required to present them, dr
attested, to my attorney in Columbia. W.
Monteith^ E?-q. A. H. WOLFE,
April 23 sit ? Qualifie \ Administrator
M. GOLDSMITH. p. KIND
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
FOUNDERS & MACHINIST!
(Pheonix Iron Works,)
inga. Agricultural Implements, otc. Bri
and Iron Castings of all kinds made to on
on short notice, and on tho moat roasnna
terms. Also, manufacturers of COTT
PRESSES. _April 4,1m
MISS M. A. BUIE'B SCHOOL,
Comer nf Marion and Plain Streets.
MISS BUIR bogs to inform
/fffflj^ friends, and the public, that sh
? ffiJjffifrtffto furnish new and snits
>??gB?ig.-'cliool BnokH to as many as lift
^BSMp^morc girls. Books furnished I
GB3r of cost. Drawing and Fa
Painting, and Wax Work, taught to music
nils free-tho pu pi Inlaying for tho matori
Misa B.. desirous of educating those nnabl
pay, baa had as many as fivu free pupils in
Behool since October to thu preeout. She b
to ask the pat rou ago of those whoey rqpatl
with those who are struggling to odin
lliosb left to tho mercy of the humane and
novoleut for an education. Miss Baie teac
all tho higher branches, and ornament
having much experiuueo and success._
V M. A. B?IE,
April 6 t Confederate Soldier's Frion
Whooping Congh! Whooping Cou
?? CENTS PER BUTTI.E.
COUGHS, Cold?, Dipthoria, Boro Thr
Whooping Congh, seldom jield lo
influence of the ordinary remedies of tho i
The best remedy ie the "TAR AND WI
CHERRY COUGH SYRUP." It never fi
Everybody knows the value of Tar and \
Cherry. For Children with Croup or Wh>
itig Cough, it ia of i nest im a hie value. Par
should seo to it that they have a bottle alv
at hand. Prepared only by_
? April ll 1 E. H. H El NITS H, Droggl
Soda and Mineral Water.
THE FOUNT is open for the season,
choice syrups, made from nure jule
the fruit. HEISE'B CONFECTIONED
State o? South Carolina-^-Ab be ville Co,
? r, COU UT OF C??tMON PLEAS.
George MoW. Miller and J. Towna Bo bert eon,.
doing business nuder the firm name of
. Miller & Robertson, ph.intiffa, against James
M.Martia.idtffndaiit, j;., v
Ti James M Martin, defendant in Ihis action:
YOU are hereby BU m mon od und required to
answer tho complaint in thin action,
wmcn ie filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common P.'ess for the said. Conn ty.
and to aerve a copy of y oar answer on tho
subscribers, st their offioe, at Abbeville Court
House, .within twenty days after the service, of
I this summons on yo?, exclusivo ot the day of
servicer . - v ..'
ll yon fail io answer this complaint, within
I tho time aforesaid, the plaintiffs will take
judgment against you, for tho sum of. three
hundred ana seventy seven dollars and fortyr
two cents, with interest at the rate of seven
percent, per.annum, from the. twentieth day
of February ..an? thousand ei^ht hundred and
I seventy-one, on the sum of two hundred and
nine dollars and sixty cents and costs.
TU o MUON A FAIR, ?
Dated Abbeville Court Douse, 20th of Feb?
To the defendant, James M. Marlin:
Take notice that tho summons in this action,
of whiob the foregoing is a copy, waa filed in
I tho oflico of tho Clerk ot the Court of Common
rb; BP, at Ab n evil lo Court Horne, for Abbeville
I Countv. in thu State of South Carolina, ou tho
20;h of Fobruary, 1*71.
THOMSON A FAIB,
April 1 ag_Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
State of South Carolina-Abbeville Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John Huox, Plaintiff, James M. Martin, De?
To James M. Martin, Defendant in thia
"T7"OU are hereby summoned and required
I JL to answer the complaint, in this action,
which is filed in the ellice of tho Clerk of the
I Court of Common Pleaa for the Said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer on tho
I subscribers, at ttieir office, at Abbeville Court
I House, within twenty days after tho servies) of
I thia summons ou you, exclusive of the day of
I It you fail to answer this complaint within
I the timo aforesaid, the Pl iutiff will take
judgment against you tor the mm of two
nundred and thirty-nine dollars and forty
I nine cents, with interest at the rato of twenty
I per cent per annnm fi om the twenty-filth
I day of May, ono thousand eight hundred and
seventy, OD tho sum of ninety-three dollars
and sixty-nine cents and costs.
THOMSON A FAIR,
Dated Abbeville. 20th February, 1871.
To the. Defendant, James M. Marlin:
Take notice that the sommons in thia'
I action, of which tho foregoing is a'copy, w an
Hied in the office of the Clerk.of the Cunrt of
I Common Ficus, at Abbeville Court House, for
Abbeville County, in tho State of South Caro?
lina, on the 20th February. 1871. :
THOMSON 4 FAIR,
April 1 ?0_Plaintiffs Attorneys.
For Sale. '
I J^L THAT newly finished and elegant
jg? MANSION, corner of Bich laud sad G*tea
'" '?'streets." The lot contains one acre of
highly cultivated and ornamented giound,
J commanding a pictnreeqae view of the Con
I garoo River and valley.
Also, for eale. four other large and well im?
proved city LOTS, and a FARM, on Gill's
Crook, four miles from Columbia! containing
about 500 acree of land, 160 oT which are low
ground. J. W. PARKER.
April i_. _ jimo
A A CAR LOAD of fine Ken-sW
ZffijTStocky MULES and HORSES*WHft
I Cl ?~\ -among them some faatjJj'jE
j . ' stock-for sale. Applv at^^^^^
AGNEW A CO.'S Stablea, Assembly street.
flfn THE commodious and desirable
Hiijj ROOMS abovo the Store wo occupy
Kii?siog'y. in Buita, or altogether: Pos?
session of the second floor desired in Sep?
tember. R. C. SHIVER & CO.
j April 28_? _
Ladies and Children's Dresses.
npHE undersigned has jost opened another
I JL lot nf those boautiiul plain anil fancy
DRESSES AND SUITS for Ladies and Chil?
dren. They navo been generally admired.
Call and seo them.
MRS. A. MoOOBMICK.
I April 20 Nearly opposite Kimmi's.
Heise's Ice Cream Saloon
TS open lor tho aeaaon. Give us a call.
X April 12_
?AA BUSHELS primo heavy OATS, Tor
OUI J sale low. E. HOPE.
A Saleswoman or Milliner Wanted.
ONE who ie fully competent of suet ding
in a Millinery Store can find employ?
ment by applying to Mrs. A MCCORMICK,
Main airier Wnw hill a. i'.'???tiiiti nt ^-"-??1
need apply. MRS. A^ MeO?uMIcK.
pr/A RAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
pl/ dealers bv_EDWARD HOPE.
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warrautcd to be so. March ll
White's Gardening for the South,
Jg Y tho late Wm. A. Whito, of Athene, Qa.
HOLMES'SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.60.
Tho Phosphate Rooks of South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
riates. tl 25.
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric.; or a Course of Leoturca on
Treacbing, R. L. Dabney, ?. D. $1.60.
Any above eontlby mall.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
.Fob li) Opposite Colombia Hotel.
Terms Cash Only,
OUR terms are strictly casJi, and no order
will heroaftcr be filled, or goode deliver?
ed, until paid for. Al) parties indebted to na
will Dleaso call and pay tho Bins immediate?
ly, * J. A T. R. AONSW.
TO bo had at MCKENZIE'S SALOON, on
and after to-day, during the season.
ITlXTBA Family, Medium and Common
li FLOUR, for sale low._E. HOPE.
Piano or Melodeon to Exchange icr &
Male or Horse.
T WILL exchange for a good MULE or
j_ MORSE a PIANO or HisLODisOK. Apply
to JOSEPH NEWMAN, Piano Agent, one mUo
from Columbia. Winnaboro Road, or leave &
noto at tho Post Offloe or the FHOXIX Office.
April 26_ . _
?MONS. BERGER, Artist in Danelng.
has the honor of informing tho ladies
?ndnentlemen of Columbia that be ha?
opened a DANCING SCHOOL over th?
CitizenB' Savings Bank. Dancing Is taught
lu all ita various branches. Thura are Day
?ud Night Ol aesos. Beat preferences given?
For particulars, apply at Hendrix House.