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BVEBY WEDNESDAY MOBNINQ.
?Y JULIAN A. SELBY
EDITOR ASD PSOPBIETOB.
Office on Main Street, above Taylor.
sa cy- ?.y j% *sr tr
.^C?oki?tia Jot FWtitiHK bl ?ft?ry'aeeorip
:ion promptly and faithfully attended to.
AD VEE; Tl 6 EMENTO
Inserted in the Daily at 76 oonte por square
for the first Aud 50 coptB oa^h aub BS quent in
sertio'ri. -Lohglidv?rtiBem?btt by Vlie'weok,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Dally, six months, ti 00; Tri-Weekly, 2 60;
mm* j I T ?i 11
BT W.-BBATOIOMT ri,IBKBON.
One plunge, and thon now and forevor,
Her shame and her sorrow are gone; "- f
Far doss 'neath the roll of the river | < '
Lie features BO wondrously wan.
Ha 1 yo who in lifo did deBpiee her,
Who envied her beauty of brow.
Her name and ber shame lie beside bur,
Yo, bayo n^ngtrt fm dp. with, her npw.
One plunge! and'tho ntrugglo le ovef,
The ruab of tho river along
Leave's no trace, by wbioh to discover
The.grave ofthe righteous or wrong.
Then yo who iii life did forsake hor,
Who looked on her beaut j iu scorn,
Qo 1 o ava har,- to rest till Uer Maker
To judgment, shall call her at morn.
One plunge, end the eboflioi is onded,
And Bhe?-who waa weary.of breath,, ,
Whom nopo ip thia wide world bofribnded^
Has Bottght kn asylum in death. !
Bat he, who in lifo did bot ruy her,
And blot bor fair name with a stain,
A WITTY PRIEST.-A good story is told
o! himself by a season tioket-holder on
the BoBton and Maine Railroad-a wide?
awake, jolly f .generous, joke-loving gen?
tleman/ tibefaVin lils-'religion. .Riding
in a horse-car, a Bhort time Binoe, with
the Catholic priest of his village, who
has been activo in trying to in tinco Ititi. |
flock td becom?-temperate, ho familiarly
nd dressed him iirlangttoge something HB
follows: "Father-, you ?r?'doing*'a.
pretty goo<Lwork just pow-I don't know,
brat you ar<| doing ag ^nucli good' aa nil
trie other clorgym?n in town." f^rie
priest quietly replied that he was doing
what he could to improve his people.
"I'll tuli-you, ivhat it ju,", continued the
gentiein?n.t ^I%o been thinking about
attending your church, but waa afraid it
would cost.toa much to got all my sins
pardoned.!' - "Oh," said the,priest,.''wo
can manage-yonr. oaoo; erh?h tvo have a
T?ry'large contracVwe-make a liberal
??4?^; : ; 1 '
''Why do you oppose the giving of the
ballet to wonxen?" asked a ia^y the other
Oven?ng Of a oonflnned baohelpr. V ,"Er-l
onie mo, madam," i replied ho, '..Trait I
have not sufficient confidence in their
sapaoit^ tol?ouduot g?vornm'ent affairs."
"What evidence of their mental inferi?
ority* tot -mankind; j pan yon adda.ee?"
queried1 )ute laay; \ I "A ahnpie fact is
enough to satisfy my mind, and that is
tho frightful way in which they do put
np their back bair.*,.
Whooping Cough! Whooping Cough!
ar. CENTS PER BOTTLE.
j^lOBQlis, Colda', Diptho'ria, Sore Throat,
\J Whooping Cough, seldom yield to'the
influence, of tho ordinary remedies ofthe day.
The beat "remedy is the "TAB AND WILD
CHERRY COUGH SYRUP." It never faila.
EverybodyTknowS'th? valno of Tar and Wild
Cherry. For Children with Croup or Whoop?
ing Gough, itiq of inestimable value.. Parents
should see toit that they, have a ho tl lo al way h
at hand. Prepared only by
April ll ;t E- H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
3?n,1 ACRES of ! LAND .in Barnwell,
.OU.VJ on the Kdieto.
760 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
. Haw Mill and 2 000 acres of Land in Lexing?
ton, on North Ediato, f7,000.
2,600 acres Water do Bottom Land, $2 pr acre
2,600 acres creek bottom and pine Land, at
?2 per acre. 1 Houso in this city, tIr,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney atLaw, and Real Estate Agent.
Smoked Meats. ,
BREAKFAST BACON STRIPS, Sugar-cared
Bhouldere, Smoked and Pickled Ton trues,
for sale low by _E. HOPE.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
ilia patrons and the public ge- !
nerally that he bas moved into
bis new office, over Buffle A Chapman's Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where, he
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
ration^ and work, of whatsoever Sindbis pro?
fession demanda. Terms accommodating.
Cotton Seed Oil.
APURE articlo, superior to others SB a
salad oil for tablo nae, at one-third tho
prico of imported. For ualo by
. April 0_. EDWARD nOPB.
5CASKS James Henuc?sy's & Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
offered pure and unadulterated. Those com?
prise vintage? of 1835, 1858, 18G0 and 18G3
Stock of Hooks. Clarets ?nd White Wines in?
clude some bf the roost famous brands as well
as sound low priced goods. For salo by
March 25_._QEO. HYMMERS.
Seegers* Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cooooulus Indiens Fish
Borrica to make sloppy or hoadacho.
M. H, BERRY'S
Plain Street, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from tho manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, conni ?ting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, tho
oelebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
AU kinds of MATTRESSES mado to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Gooda obeap. Pot 80
COUBTTT CLAIMS AH ii J ii itt w CKiin
ffiOATEB bought by
FabB_ D. OAMBRILL, Broker.
Blackwell's genuine Durham Smoking To?
ba :co at POLLOCK'S.
' Wmm l?HON?L; BANK
. a ? ''toj&tiv???iAk o o ?:
Present Oapit?lj $100,000.
,1 ? *?>.?,?.-.'-.e.; .J
?v'THOi?ZSS; CAPITAL, 8300.00O.
John B. Palmor, President.
A. G. Bronizor ;'Cashier., ' . :
0. N. G, Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmor,F. W. McMas
ter, B. D. Bonn, or Ri Ri Benn A Bon; Q. W.
Dearden, of Copeland A Bo?rdo?;'R.L. Bryan;
of Bryan & MoG?rtor; W. C. Swamold, of B.
& W. 0. Swaffleld,1 : .? ' > !'
.F. W.McMastpr. Solicitor;. , ' ; ' : : ;
THIS Bank is now. open tor 'tho transaction
of ia, general banking business. .. f/
OKUTInoATKH OF DKFOSIT of currency br
coin, bearingr?vvkerest at, tho rate of Bevon (7)
por cont, por annum, in. kind, will bo iaauod.
^Deposits from ?junnty Officers eepo<n>hy so
HbUoQy ala?Mromv !A*ate?>, .Hdmfirt??ra?or?;
Executor*; Prbfea?ib?dl 2tfen,'?u? others.
Particular attention givou to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, pud othor butti
UOBS mon, and the usual accomuiQdations ex?
tended. . ... .', i. ,. '.- ' \
: Notes, Billa- of Exchdnge\ and" other. evL,
denoea of debt discounted, and money loan?d
on oolluterals. . ' , '. 1
? Mocks, Benda, Gold and BUper-bp?gnt and)
SOUL , . il .?tl .., . . .'?," 'i .,/ '. .:
?Mutilated Currcn?y, purchased at a em ali
disoount. , . t
i Sight Drofla draton;direct on all (ho promi?
nent- placoa in England, Jr?and, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium,. JIoUaruL Den?
mark and the Orient. Letter a of Gr edit iaaued,
payable in any of tho above place's- " j
Drafts pn all the prominent cities in.tho!
United States bought and sold.
Hanking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from. ??08. * ;. . Feb 28 ly ;
CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK:;
Deposits of $1 nnd Upwards Received,
' .ii ir?
INTEREST ALLOWED AT TEE BATE Ol'
SEVEN FER CENT. FER ANNUM, ;
02V GER TIF I CA TES OF DEF OS IT,
'AND SIX1 PER GENTJ- COil.
POUNDED EVERY SIX
. MONTUSON ACCO UNTS. . , y \
. :... vt OFFICERS. I
Wm. Martin, President.
A. G. Brcnizor, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade. Hampton,-William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell,'P. W; MoM?Bter, John P.-ThomaV. E> Hi
Heinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
Columbia. : iV.? . . t
i J. Kli Gregg, Marion.
. O. TJ Scott/Newberry.
W: G. Mayes, Newberry. . - .-,
<B. H. Butlodge,Charleston. . 1
Daniel Haven el, Jr.. Charleston..
Mechanics. Laborers, Clerka, Widows, Or?
phans and oth,era may bore i deposit thoir sav?
ings and draw a liberal rato of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest en their fonds anti]
they require thom^r.baslness or other pan
posen; ??en? desiri** i? set apart email
.lame for their children, and Married womeii
and Minors (whose deposite sas only be. with?
drawn hy them sel vea, cr, ib ease of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay.
Aoidefucdfl for future nao. are here affords!
An opportunity1 of] dopgalting their; | riioanB
whore they will rapidly aconmolate, and, alt
the same time, be subject to withdraw&lwhea
needed. ., , . ',. ;. " . Aug 18'
TVO FIRE USED m WASHING.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
HRH IB. 80AP washeB.perfcotly in cold water,
JL soft, h Anl qr sa\t.f It /omovea -pircaan
oil and paint from garments. It washes ali'
kinda of gooda-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen.
It cleanses, silver,, plated, waro and. jewelry
without sor?tbbing;; -If tho articles are roach
tarnished, rub them with apiece of Habbel
which bas plenty of tho Soap on it. To pcoplo
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will ?ave its cost id ono .washing. An ordi?
nary washing coats:
For coal, two hods. .20 cen tn.
For kindling wood.03 cents.
For ordinary soap..08 cents.
Ono cako Cold Water Soap costs.15 cents.
Making a saving of.ltkccnts.
31 cents. .
- And there is no expense of repairing loaky
boilers or broken scrubbing boards. There
is rio acid or sal soda in tho Soap, and. posi?
tively, nothing, that can injure tho clothes.
Ono cake (abtmt ono pound, ) faithfully used,
according to tho directions which accompany
each bar, will convinco any ono of ita superior?
ity. For sale, in boxes of thirty-six bars, by
April 9_Agent for Bonth Carolina.
15304 FrnnUfbrtl Avenue,
(Above Girard Avenue,),Phdadelphia,
Manufacturer /Qv.^^/^>k Exclusively
of ^X^wCSWye*/ First-Class
CARRIAGES, NEWEST STYLES.
CLARENCES. Landaus, Landaulete, Close
Coaches, Smiting qr. Coaches, Coupes,
Barouches, Pbratnna, -Rockaways, Hearses,
A*6J, suitable for private family andpublicusc.
Workmanship and finish i-ccond to nono in the
country. Fino and vailed stock cu band
completed and in the works. Orders receive
prompt "and ^personal-'attention. All work
warranted._ _March 23-2mo
SURE P OPT
DEATH TO RATS.
Never failing. Bozos doublo tho sizo as
others. Hermetically sealed end alwaysfrcah.
For salo at wholesale and retail by
H A BD Y SOLOMON,
And by all Druggists and Grocers Febl43mo
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
noar tho cornorof Bl a tiding. For terms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 23_HENDRIX A RRO.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE lt gives strength ?nd improves
their health. March ll
If a Porter Houao Steak will etop yonr hun?
ger, call at POLLOCK'S.
Purest medicated Cordial of tho Age.
QR A TINQ 'PE O FEB TLES,
. , , >> LIPPMAN'sgroat
X/TRADE- MARu GERMAN BITT
/ J i BBB Ja prepared
'. fl /r? rA ?5$ 1 V .. v from the ong?nal
Jra v**&>^4?w ta ' l Qormao receipt .
*?/#V^V^5j?2? j now in possession
?Ea/ dra&fl^BS/ '^L" o'the proprietora
?t^ifrfT?W^W*^ i and "i? tho eatno
JS2&*f Jj^liPl,0Paratinn tnal
AB?^EJ?'^^^ ' many upward? ol
IW ?VaWfflimfp ' ' * Ceut,jrjago; to
BL?L^SMS3BBWflBByr> r. day ia household
^??SHpStt^^m^^ ~ remedy pf Gorma
^l?^r^T^v " ZS&V+F?' riy, recommended
? itfi moat orai"
si'iva'I'?Pl! neut physicians.
VW .. XfPPMAN'lS ,. ''-'??
GEE AT GE it MAH BITTERS
Ia oomposod of tho purent alcoholic essence of
Germany's. favorite - beverage, impregnated
with tho Juices' and extracts of rare narba,
roota and barks; all of which combined make
it ono Ot tho bent ami surest preparation* for
the cure of , ?
.Dyspepsia,,LOBB of Tone i?i the Stomach and
. 7 Digestivo Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan*. 1
guor, Constip?t ion, Livor Complaint, '.
General Exhaustion, and ns a
PREVENTIVE FOR CBILLHAND FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will And LIPPMANN CHEAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS the bcBt tonio known for the diseascsto
which'tbfey jare 'gencraijy.aUbJect,; and where a
gontlo stimulant is recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1870.
Messrs, Jacob Lijmman <fc Bro.. Havannah.
C?n.-OKNTB; 1 have before nie your, esteemed
'letter of-the 14th hist , containing various
documenta relativo to your "German Bitters."
After a careful examination I must confess
that your Bitters ia really what von represent i
it td ho, ari bid German rcclpo "of Dr- Mltch
orheb. ot norlin. Prussia. It will no doubt ba
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diapascs, and'ia n good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to bo a. most, de?
lightful ? rid pleasant' stomachic. 1 remain
yours,tljUs, (Signed), AUG,,1\ WETTER.
KIRK i.AN !> MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jncob Li-pprimn cfc Bro., Druggists,
Savannuh,: Cf?'.~(ji.?''i I.IMKN: 1 havo intro?
duced your Great pi mian Bitters here to my
customers and friend's, and I find better Bale
for it than ?ny I havo over kept before Those
wbo hayo tried it, approve of it .^sryhighly,
and I do not hesitate in saying that it is far
superior in valuo to ?nv other Bitters now in
rise. Yours, respeotrtfly, W. KIRKLAND. '.
? - A.
Wholesale Agents for 8tato .o? South Carp!!
, na^IXXWJE.MQISE.A DAVIB, HENEY BIS
?HOFF A CO., GLAOIUH A WITTE. STEP
FENS, WERNER .A DUCKER, Charleton.
Depot in Colombia, S. C. at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S. Droggiata. June 2 lv)U
Too Groat Medicas Discovery?
Dr. WALXEB'S OAXTPOSUXA
o o ? ? rai curativo Effects. ?S3 ,
WHAT ARE THEY ?fga
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^
Cr = TIIET ARE NOT A VILE 0] 51
Vado of Poor Kuti), Whiskey, "VIM.S
Spirit M nuil Refit so Llijaoirs doctored ,i.i>lceA
tod sweetened to. picola the tasto, called "Ton
les,""Appetizers," " Kcstorcrs," AC, that lead
tho tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but aro
o true Medicine, made from thc Native hoots and
Herbs of California, 1 ire from all A lenin-1 ie.
Stlmulnnin. Thoy are tho GltEAT ll LO OD
PUUIl'IEIt nuil I.U K GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE a perfect Renovator andlnvlgorstor of
the Ry H tc m. ?orr j Int olTall poisonous matter and
restoring tho blood to a healthy condition. No
parson caa toko tueso Ritters according tu direc?
tion and remain long unwell. <??
QkTnr Iufltuumntory nud Chronic Itheu
mntlsni nod (Jout, Dyapopala or Judl
aestlou, niltous, ltosnlttenc and Inter?
initient Fevers, Disensos of tko lllood,
Lt ?cr, Kidneys, and Bladder, these lilt?
tors have been most successful. Such J)ia
rnnca are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
ls generally produced hy derangement of tba
.DYSPEPSIA O It INDIGESTION.
Headache. Tain Ju tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tight?
ness of tho Clicst, piUtliass, Sour Eructations of
thc Stomach, Rad Issie In tho Mouth Bilious At?
tacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of
tho Lungs, Pain in thc region? of tho Kidneys,and
oiiuiulri.il other palufnl symptoms, aro Ilia olT
springs of Dyspepsia. &
They Invigorate tb rs Stomach end stimulate tho
torpid liver and bow*ls, which render them of un
oiiuallrd cdlracy In cleansing tho blood of alt
Impurities, and imparting new Ufa mid vigor to
thc whole system.
FOE SKIN DISEASES, r.rapttons.TetUr,
' Bolt Uhcam, Blotches. Spots, Pimples, Pustiilcf,
Bolt?,Carbuncles, Kine-Worms, Seald-lleatl, ;-oro
Eyes, Rryslpolas, I tell, Scnrfs, Iilscoluratloui- of
tho Skin, nnmors and Diseases ofilia Skin, cf
whatever name ornatnr.\ sro literally dug up
and carried out of thc system in A oliorttlme hy
thc uso of theoi- Hitters. Olio hottln In such
esses w|U convlnco thu ino.nl Incredulous of their
enrutlvo effects. T"
Cleanse tho YltiatcJ Blood whenever you find
Its Impurities bursting through theiAhi hi Pim?
plas, Eruptliiua or Borea; cleanse il when you
find lt obstructed and sluggish In tho veins;
cienoso lt whoo lt ls foul, and your feelings will
tell you when. Keep thc blood pura and the
health of tho system will follow.
?PIN, TAPEa:id ot'.ier WORMS, lurklugln
Uiesystcmof no many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed aud removed. Vor full direction., read
carefully the circular around each bottle.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. It. MCDONALD A
CO., Druggists and (Inn. Agent*. Pan Francisco^
Cal,, and 3J and 81 Commorco Street. Now York.
*^^D BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
?i? OEIGER A Mod REGOR. Agents.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
TT, d?n,t contain Copper asi Salt, Limo or
JL Alo?. March ll
" 600 Barrels'
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR; for wale low. K. HOPE.
Tho only Ano Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S.
- !>- Book, Job ?nd Newspaper . ..
STEAM I'M NMG ESTABLISHMENT1
PPPPP #:?*-. .H
THE Proprietor of tito PIKKNIX has fittod np
and thoroughly furnished hisofticofor tho
ojs.ec.uthm of all binds letter, prcas PRINTINQ.
RRRR li RR RR
? R?RR RR URB
BURR PR RR
BBB B BBB
RRRR RR UR .
Tho Typo, Border, Bul?, Ornaments, Cot?, .ve.
aro of MODERN (STYLE and carefully selected.
iniiininim . .
Tho ProsacB are
of the MOST
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Professional Sion, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied Willi any stylo work.
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A largo atoek
Bill Hoads, A c.
With tho LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the Ht\le, quality and cost of
work cannot fail to give satisfaction. *
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Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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I'hisls Hie only \j?^9y!///'/?&jF establishment
in tho State, ?^?K^&t fjS&Vs where Sheet
POHTEfiR, ^mlmm^M 'to. can bo
BET rP^^m^Y^^m alvie.
J. A. SELBY. -^fiBi?B*^^ Proprietor.
Agu? and F?veiV
The only preventive known for Chille and
Fe vor. 1B the USO ofWolfo'e SchiodanxSobnapps
Wolfe's Schiedam Sohnapps " <
I? good for Dyspepsia._
Wof?'?' Schiedam ScJinapps
Is a preventive of Chilla, apel Fdvor. ' ',
Wpife!? Schiedami&ohnappB. *
Ia reoonnaendod by all the Medical Faculty.,
Wolfe's Schiedam Schtiapps . \
Ia good for all Kidney and. Bladder Complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps ?.
- Ia good for G ont. il -
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps "?
Ia good for Coho and Pain in tnoatornach.
Wolfe's Schiedain Schnapps' :
J^good for ali 'Urf?a'ry Complaints.
Wolfe's Scliiedam ScJinapps
Is imitated sod counterfeited, and Purchasers
will h aro, to uso caution in purchasing.
Wolie's Schiedam Sohnappa - ,
Is UBcd all over tho world by Physicians, in
1 hog leave to call tho attention ot the
reader to testimonials in favor of the Schnapps:
I ' feel bonnd to Bay that I regard'your
? SCHNAITS as being, in every lospect, pro-omi
nontly puro, and deserving of medical patron?
age At all events, it ia tho purest possible
article of Holland gin, (heretofore unobtaina?
ble, and, iib such, may bo safely prescribed, by
physicians. DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.. .
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOUISVILLE, Kv-, Sept. 1 -I feel that yre
have now an articto of gin suitable for such
cases as tint remedy is adapted to. ' '
DB. 3. W. BBIGHT.'
"Schnapps" is a remedy in chronic catatr.
hal coraplnute, etc.: J ;
? I take (treat pleasure -in bearing -highly
crcditablo tesl imouy to ila cmcaay, aa ? remo- '
! dial agent, in the diseases for vhich ypo
' recommend it. Having a natural tendency to
tho mucous surfaces, with, a slight degree,of
Blimnlation, 1 regard it as one of tho moat im?
portant remedien in chronic catarrh?) aff?c-J
tiona, particularly thone of the genito-urinary
appa ml un. With much respect, your obedient"
I servant, CUAS. A. LEAS, M. Th, New York.
2C PINE STHERT, NEW YOBK,' NOV. 21,18(V7
"UDOLP?O WOI-KS, ESQ-, i'rfsenf.-rDEAB Su?: I
Lave luadra chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the intent
of determining if any foreign or inlurimiB atib
Htunco had been'added to the simple distilled
Tho examination baa rebutted in tho conclu
sion that the nam pie contained tn- poisonous
or harmful admixture. I have been unable
to discover any trace of tho deleterious sub?
stances which are somotimes employed in the
adulteration of liquors. I would not hesitate
to UBO myself, nor to recommend to ot-bcrs,
for medicinal purposes, tho "Schiedam
Schnapp?," as an excellent and unobjectiona
blo variety of gin. Very: respect fully yours,
- (Signed) CHAS. A. S EELY,' Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABOBA?ORV, 18
EXCHANGE F LACE, Kfcw YORK, Nov. 25,1807.
Un-LPno WOLFE; ESQ.-li EAU Bro: Thetvnder
aigned hare carefully and thoroughly analysed "
a sample of your '"Aromatic Schiedam
Schnapps," selected by ourselves, and have
found the same free from all organic ot thor-1
Same, substances, moro or less injurions to i
ealtb. From tho result of our t lamination, !
wo consider the article one of superior quali?
ty, healthful aa a beverage, and effectual Tn its'.:
medicinal qualities. " Bespect fully your?, ' . j
(Hftned) ALEX: TBIPPRL, Chemist. J
FRANCIS E. ENGJELHABD, M. D. j
For eale by all respectable Grocers and
Druggists. UD?LPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
Anni l-l?;3mo 22 Beaver st., New York.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
'For aU tho purposes af a Laxativo
Perhaps noone mcdi
cluo i i no tnitvoV.suliyi
rei ut ired hy e'vi?rj'^}i
hotly na ll cal hailic,
nor was ever any IK?-'.
f.no sp uni ver.-illly
adopted into usc, ia
every country . amt *
muong all clu&??s, fu*,
tin < mihi mit ehVh-tit
purgative J'iti. 1 he
that it i.- a nytrr rMiu
hie inul far nioro ef?
fectual remedy than any othor. Titos..? u ho;lt:tvo
tried lt, know that il cured them ; tho- e ?ri... lt:;vo'
not, know that it eurea their neighbors and (ri.-:-..:.- ; ?
and all know that wb.tt it dues one.: it doe. al
ways - thru lt neverfail.-, through any fault oriMig-i
gleet of Itsconiposltion. Wo liuvo thou-amls upo.i!
thottsiuiiliof certitlcules of their remarkable i :L:VS
of tlic following complaints, hut s:i?-h citri'? are
known in every neighborhood, and WO need trot
publish them. Adapted Lo nil &it<?? and condition-)
In nil climates ; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, Uley maybe taken with ??ftlisly
hy anybody. Their siig?r-coatiiig preserves diem
ever fresh,.ind innken them pleasant to take, u lille
being purely vegetable, no hann eau arlie IVoin
tlieir tue in any quantity;
They o|pcrale hy their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify tho blood and sthnnlatu .
it into heslthy action-remove the. obstruction*
of ibo stomach, bowels; liver, and other organs of
the body,restoring their irregular action to health,
and by correcting, whcruTOr tiley exist, such do
raufieuiciita m are Ute lit.it-origin of disoxso.
Minute directions are gi ron in Hie wrapper on
thu box, fm- thc following complaints, which UiOao
1'Hla rapidly euro :
Km Jil np tip? tu or Indigestion, X.isfl<>BH>
Bras, Iainiruor and lAS?m ot" Appetit*, they
ahould in- tati.-a modoratcly to stiuiufatc thc blom
aeh, ntul restore iU healthy tono atol action.
Kor LlrerComnlalnt and Its various avian;
toms, Hilton? lloadicchr, Mok Urilll*
ut lie, Juuniticr or AJrtieis Sickness, |ttl
loua Colic ami Ollioua Covers, thoy bhoiild
bc judiciously taken for each case, to correct tho
diseased action or rainovc tho obstruction? which
For .Dysentery or Diarrhoea, hut one
mild done is generally required.
For Itheunsssliam, Goat, Oravel, Pul.
pitutlan of tue Usu*rt, Pain tn tim
Mlfle, Bluet* and "boin?, they should bo contin?
uously taken, as required, lo chungo Ule diseased
arti.;') of tho system, with auch chango those
Foi- Urouiy and Dropsical Swell laps
they should ho takon in large'and frequent doses
to produce the. effect of a drastic purge.
l or Aappresmion a largo doao should hu
taken as lt produces the desired effect hy*. s yin
As a Dinna- ntl, tako one or two Villa to
promote digestion and rolioro tho stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates thc stomach mid
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates tho system. Hence It is often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One wno feels tolerably well, often linda that a
dose of these Villa makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from moir cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestivo apparatus.
Dr. J. O. A Y Kit Jt CO., FractUal Chemiais,
LOWEI?li. HC ABB.* XT. B. A..
D?<-9tty [ i"j?A) __JLA':Jtt 1i^?'_AEe_n_t
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEEP.
Ferris Fulton Marktt Href.
Diamond and Orange brand Hams.
Bugar-curerl Bacon Sn ipa.
Moss and No. 1 Mackerel, Ac, all fresh to
hand. For salo hv_OF.O. SYMMF.BH.
SI? icc IA i. A TT KN i i or? given to tho col
leelion of Commercial Paper, Interest
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Soourltles. bv
Nov 23 f.mo D O AM Blt] LL. Broker.
Genuino imported Curacoa, Absynthe and
Maraschino, at POLLOCK'S.
' General CoiamlsRo?i? . ??rch?niff
76 Barclay^and ipa^ffiyiich Streets,
RBOEWEBB" f5^' kln?s bl BOUTH?BN
PRODUCTIONS, ?uoh aa Potatoes, Ao?
glea, Dried Fruit, Beana, Beeswax,. Baga,
um RC, S?eaa?raa', Green Truck, Ac. CiroOIsre
and Marking Plates Bent ireu. I Advancement*
ina-dp on consignments. Kales: promptly
ma.de? Ageptp, wanfed. :. i^g?Sj?JSS3
Improved Seed Plantar - m t'st W
PARTIES wanting either ? tho Bam or
DetiUn PLANTER.will sond their ordere
BA once, j iWe are n?w well supplied, hut later
in tue season do not think we wUL he abbi lb
mcot tho demand.' ...:>. . ..?III ?
.PoblQ' -t'. L?RICK &LOWB?NOE?i
' ' Eresn Crackers. ; .
?1 ODA, Walnut,'Snow Drop, Batter, Fauci
?O Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for eale by*
1 March 3-: u > E. H?PBCj
^ 'F:,'CHAMPAGNES.. ', , ' ;:!?
irir* GASES t?pet 4 Cbandon'B CHAM
IV/Vi PAGNES, just received; arid ofleWd.
in consequence of cessation of hostllitieoV 'st
much reduced rates. For salo hy . I I lil
. March 25,,!': , ' GEO. BYMMER8.3
Charlotte. Colara bia and Augusta B.R
.' i < COLUUHIA, fi; C. April Si 16Y1-:
KlSM^^08 11,1,1 after tbia day,
^^^SBeiS&*raeBonger traine will run
the following schedule!', . . ..
MAIL TBATH-GO?HQ ??oBTH;' ' G ore o EotJ?n.
STATIONS. AltltrVK. LKAVE. ' 1BE1VB. ! ! UU?T?.
Charlotte 7.30 pm .. ?,.?>. SO om
Chester 5.1)3 pm 5 OG pm 10.11 am. 10.17 am
Winnab'ro 3.00 pm 8.20 pm 11.57 kin 13.00' ni
Coltunbia 12.86 pm 12.48 pm 2.18 pm ' 51180 pm
Augusta ..>' 8.00 am 7.c0pm ? ? '
ExjpjtEsa Ta AIS-GOING Nour tr. ^omo Bquni.
? . .ABBIVE. LEAVZ, AJU11VE. .ItKAVZ.
Charlotte K,B0 km8.00.pm
'Chc?ter 2.09 am 3.02 am 10.25 pto 10:S8 pm
Winfisb'o 1.'20 nm : 1.22 am 12.08 am 12.0&am
I Columbia 10.5&pm 1LQ4 pm , 2.50 am ,2.82??m
Augusta, f... 6.00pm .7.8ftam<fl..J.a;
i.a.No night IraihB wiQ leave pharloito, Atx
'guata or intermediate pointe on-BrinusSs. 0
i ~ J. M. SKLK1BK; Superintendent;
E. B. DOBSXY, General Ticket AKCBR?JU: u
, ! . :.cWe S?*JV. 1
' 'BOOTH CXBOLINA R?'iLno^ri'C?MPAKT:
C?UTOBIA, B. C., Jafauafyl^?Sfl'
. f;li THAIN JSO. IV ' < iton.fi ul
(Leave .Cha rle a ton at,,,.."-..... 8.20" a, ni
J. rrive at'CoJumbia aL.............. 3.30;p m
Leave Colrrmbla aV...".;.\?}l.... /. .lfcWp m
Arrive at CHaVleetoO'at. . ' v. ;.. .. :'.7.60'p m
Leave Cara dont Bund aya'excepted, pL?.SOiA m
Arrive at KipgviRe, St..v. ...-.1.20p m
Leavo KinevUlo, Snndays cxcep'd,,at.2.3?,p m
Arrive'?t.Carnden' at.....'..'.'.. * '...'. .u.O? p m
Tho ?b?*o;TTa??B'run in connecflorTwith
WilmingtoBVColunibia and Augusta Bail road,
Carolina, aud wtyb Trains for Au^usla^ Geor?
gia-braking closo connections willi. Nicht
Trains of Georgia'Railroad a?d'C^rt?Bail
road, for all pointe South and Wont. . ! .1(1
' - .1 TnaiH Ncv2--NionT Exrnssa. 1
Leave Charleston at...,.,. 1. .7.10; 0 m
Arrive at Ooltttabls, at.. 0 : ?>01 m
Leavo Columbia at......... v....... . 7.69 p m
Arrive at Chsclostok at....Giifia ra
This Train rons in connection with UR Au?
gusta Tra?na, making ploso connection with
Georgia and Central BaBroadsI V, " ? .
. T. a?.i runup '4' trf tJ?n:-vit??r?riroWiiL
:8. B.U'icaiHH, OeneraVTicket Agents Jan 21
Qreeiiv?ll?1, ?udl C.ottunMa fflMOt i
. "C^UMBL^^g. O*, MAhcHt ?, jc^l.
l^nei^le^n^l^^il^n^hUly, S?ndays excepted^
connect ing:wlth Night Traine on South Otro
lia% Railroad up and ?own; also with Trains
going North an'aSonth.oh.Chsrlottc, Colmmbia
arid AuguarWRailroad: ;.. "' r-.'a]"
WI ' ? "? ... tJPJ- . ' ?' ..*<
Leave Columbia at..7.00 ?; m.
\] AlBtoni.................]......... OvjQ a. m.
" Newberry...'.....,. 11.15a. m.
" Beltbt?..' :. ?...:;' Sl?Ofp: m.
Arrive at GroenvUlo;. ?\.6.300.m.
Leave Greenville at.,.,... GJ5 a, m.
" Belton.,..,_........ 8.05 a. m.
I ? . u Abbtfville_i.:..:.,..v..*...v.u:8.1?ai. m.
I " Newberry. i.eop. m.
i '* AJh}touf,.?.,.,,4T-5 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. .. 5.55,0. m.
TUOS: DODAMEAD, Gerieral.Strp.
? M. T. BAIIVL^CT, General Ticket Agent.
CJian^o bf Schedule..
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINAS. R. CO.t
CouTAi?t Sriors, N. C" Januar 2$, 1871.
J i-itl : Etprctt.. . Mftii o
A Lit IVE- HAVE. ABurrx. UtA VE.
Charlotte 5.35 n m 8.00 pm'".'.
Salisbury?.06am 8.13am 10;3T p th lftiSO p m
Gr'nBb'oll.fl5amll.20am Lao a m l.'t?am
CoShopl3 50 pm 1.05pm '.2.57-a m ?17 a m
nillBb'ro 2,28pm 2.33pm 4.27 a in 4.2? a m
Raleigh 5.12 am G.38 a m 7,10 a m
Goldsboro 1 ' 10:55 am'
Goldsboro >' Eipresr.X 0 Uni!. 8 00pm
Raleigh ' 8.45am 0.58 p m .7.40 a m
Uillsbroll.07 amU.lOpm 10.00 a m 10.02 a m
Co Shop 12 SO pm 12.60 pm 11.12 a.m 11.45. a m
Gr'neb^o 2.10pm 2.20pm 1.10 a m 2.00 am
Saliab'ry 5.15 p m 5.20 p m 14.60 a rd 4.S5 a m
Cnarlotte7.6?pm Ut 7.30 a m
Jan 27 . W. H. GREEN. Mae> Trots.
Schedule on Bine Ridge Bailroati.
, L Leave Anderson.i 4.50 p. M.
i&M&wiftfo- " Pendleton.5.20 "
x^tK^^L- ? porryvhlo.6.00 "
Arrive at Walhalla....7.00. u
Leave Walhalla. .1....8.30 A- M.
' Perrvvllle...vi..4.16 "
44 Pendleton......,..;.5.3d' 14
Arrive at Anderson...........Gio 44
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville, and Columbia Road
July 31 " ' Wi H. D'. PAILLARD,, Sup,
Winter SaUedald Spar'g & TTaion Eond
?35 WW HB?B853 ?oii *'ul */ter tXc 24tfa
tSBc.jSr.g53^$-jtir<;I instant, the Pansengci
Trains will go"down oh MONDAYS. WF?lNl S
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Fpartanburj
Court House, at-7.20A; M., and arriving al
Matoo, 1.85 P. M.. A? f hi
Returning on TlJE?DAY(\, .THUT.B?>AY?
and 8ATURDAY8,'will leave Alston-at 9 50 A
M., aud arrive at Spartanbntg at 8.40 P. M.
i THOMAS li. JETER. Prealdent.
TJbief Proof Drawers.
fT^HF. underB?gued havo received tho Agenn
i j_ of those DRAWER?. Thry are the om
/ooft'oni)/<'B?-j/8/0)6flnc ^^LuVViA/'?p W
Bhop in Columbia, af- IMPROVED'. 1
fording a sore proteo 7K"OVEB. . I
Mon from tho light-fin TlLLLOCK&DrUrVEnJ
gered gentry. For sale _ j|
?ow. toy FAIRBANKS & CO., JL
JOHN AGNEW ARON ^^^^^^^^-^