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COLUMBIA. S;- G.- THURSDAY M.????ING^ MAY 18. 1871.
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VOL. VII-NO. 511 '
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PA TALK -WITH SRNAWIB BpsKBTSoK.-f
Tho correapondont of- tho Cincinnati
Commercial writes' from Columbia: '
Senator Robertson, while bo 1B n BB
. publican, cuonok bo oalled a carpetbag?
ger. Hu is a South Carolinian '.'to the
manor born|" und in proof of bia being
"identified with the interests of tho peq
ple," I.-willmontioh that he yesterday
contributed into the State Treasury the
sam of $1,500 (or takes.
Being after information, of course, I
nskedfcho, Senator how ho found matters
here, in comparison with what they wero
a year ago.
.'Oh, very much improNrod, indeed,"
Haid ho; "thu ohaugo from bad to better
is remarkable,:: The publie mind is more
tranquil. . The??.is far .less bitterness.
Why, when T, was making my canvass
for tho Senate, there was hardly a dozen
white mem her? in Columbia wiro would
speak to mo, Moat of myoid friends
out me. You see, I had been raised right
- here among '.the people, and (?hey de?
nounced mo worse than they would had
I fbeen o 'carpet-bagger, tis they ' are
oalled,.. Bat: I know I > was right and
wept ahead. ,:I boio-thoir.obuao and nn*
kind, aots, foeling that it would all opme
right aft?r;? while. ' It ha's, and now I
find th?so -wlio W?re1 my enemies on "ac?
count of .my p?litioal course, are my
friends, tq qll appearances. The old
prejudioo is dying Mt."
::ilTHatfinay haye" something'to do with
it} Senator; bub perhaps'your coarse in
tho Sonate liad more. You opposed the
Ku Klux bill, did you.notv;;.
"Yes, and voted for a straight out
amnesty?.-1 Moro can bo gained by con?
ciliation ?than by force. >Look nt ?Eng?
land; the un iou of England .and Ireland
has never boon cordial. .. Tho Irish peo?
ple have always 'supposed - themselves
hardly dealt with by the British Govern?
ment; andi after 'long expoHonco pf tho
inoflioionoy-of 'a repressive policy in re?
gard to Ireland, the Government has be?
come'satisfied of ) tho 'necessity' bf a po?
licy of '-oouciliation. Tho BOOH or the
Republican.party' stop passing Ka Klux
bills, and poss ? universal amnesty bill,
the better it will bo for party and coan-.
.7"Db yoov: think tlio party caa survive
the Ku Klux bill, carry Grant) and be
..Yes, provided we can count as much
aa osaat on' Democratic stupidity. If
they pot euch a ticket and platform in
the field as. they did last time, we will
beat them. AB Tor Grant, ho will bo the
nom i UPO, beoaiiHO there - is nobody else
to nominate. Tho nearer, the j time ap?
rvrnnnli?o ? thc ******** ^n.f rain i ? _ Unnn?~^-?.
that ho will bo the mao. Tb ero is a lit?
tle talk to the effeot that the Demooraoy
will take up Trumbull, bot they won't
at leask, I hope they won't. He would
ran Grant a CIOBO. raoe, if not. beat him*.
I regard him aa the ablest, most clear?
headed man in the Senate." ?
The only' preventivo known for. Chills and
gaver.is the use,qf,Wolfe's 8ohiodam Schnapps
Ti 1 WOT??'B Schiedam Schnapps
j i Ia good for Pyap epa i a. .. . .? .
?1 Wolffs Schiedam ?Schnapps
,, /Is a preventiva ot Chills and Fever.
' ? Wolfe's 8ohieda.nl Sohnapps
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.
'': "WoVe** Schiedam Schnapps..
ls good forall Sidney and Bladder Complaints. [
-: Wolfe,'? Sohiedain Schnapps
' . '' " la good tor Gout._
.',. ]yolfe*8 Scfiiedam, Schnapps.
Ia good fof Colic and-Pain in tho BtOmach.
Wolfe'fl Schiedam Schnapps
fa good for alt Urinary Complaints.
TVo^c's SchUddm Schnapps
Is imitated and counterfeited, and rnrcbaac ra
will have to nee caption in purchasing.
Wo lie's Schiedam Sohnapps
Is used all bvor. tho world oy"Physicians, in
- I bog leave to oall tho attoution ot the
reader to testimonials in favor of theSohnapps:
. I feel bound to aaj that I regard your
Sombres aa being, in ovcry leapeot, pre-omi- |
nently ppre, and doa tr viug of medical patron?
age. At all events, it ia the purest possible
artielo of Holland gin, (horetoforo unobtaina?
ble, and, as such, may-bo safely preBcribod by I
physicians. , DAVID-L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York,
LOUISVILLE^ KT., Sept. 1 -I'feel that we
hare now an article cf f;in suitable for such
cases aa that remedy is adapted to.
. T , :. DU. J. W. BBIOiiT.
.'Sobn?pp?" ia a remedy in chronic catarr
hat oom plaints, etc :
. I .take., great, pleasure in bearing ?.highly
creditable testimony toits efficacy, aa a reme?
diar agoni.' in the disoVacs for v lilah yon
reeemniend-ift ria vin g a natural tendency to
tho mucous surfaces, with & alight degree of j
stimulation,! regard it-, as ono ol the most im?
port ant remedies in. euron ic. catarr h al affec
tions, particularly those'of the genlto-urinary
apparatus. With much respect, your obedient
tervant, OJIAS. A. LEAS, M. D.^New York.
tJ? 1? -Vf n . l?ty '. TT- '
26 PiX? S?UJEKT, SKW.YOBK, NOV. 21,18fi7
UDOLPOO "rYptrE, ESQ ; Present.-DEAS SIB! I
havomadeaohomieaiukaroination of a sample
of yonr "BcMadara Bcbbnppa," With the intent
of determining if aiiy.bmjgn or injurious aub
H tance bad beta ad tied ' to the aim plo distilled
spirits. . ' .-' '" . . '% ,.".'
The examination has resulted in tho conoid
air? that tile n am pie cootahled n-< poisonous
- or h arrabri ad m ix tar e. I have boon unable
to discover any trace of the deleterious sub-,
Btancea which are sometimes employed in tho \
adulteration of Jiquord. X wooli not hesitate
to nae, myself, nor to recommend to others,
for* niediarnar ptupoaea, the "Schiedam
Schnapps," saan excellent and unobjectiona?
ble variety 6 f gin. ; Very rcs peet fal ly yours,
(Signed) . CHAH. A. :BEELY, Chemist.
f|CnEKioAL AND TECHNICAL LABOBATOBT, 18
XCHANOK PLACX. HEW YOB*, Kov. 25,18G7.
U? r.rno WOLVE, EIQ-DEARSIB: Theunder
signed have carefully and thoroughly analyzed
a sample of yonr "Aromatic Bobiodam
Sohnapps," selected by ourselves, and have
found the same free from all organic or irxor
ganio substances, more or lesa Injurious to
health. From tho result of oar examination,
we consider the article one of anporior quali?
ty, healtbfal as a beverage, and effectual in ita
medicinal qualities. lieapfcottahj your?,
(firmed) ALEX.. TBIPPEL, Chemist.
. FHANOI? E. ENGELD ABD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grosera and
Dragglota. UDOLPH? WOLFE'S EST.,
April l ||5T8mo 22 Beaver st., Kew York.
ITS-CURE AH?) ITS PREVENTIVE,
OT J. II. SCHENCK, KI. D.
MANY a human being haa pasted away,
fur whoso death thorp waa no other rca
eon than tho neglect of, known and indisput
ably proven moana of care. Those near and
dear to family aud friends sro sleeping .the
dreamless alumbor into which, had they calm?
DR,, JOSEPH H. ?CIIBNCK'8
And availed t h ems el vee of his - wonderful efii*
CDoioua mcdlcinoe, they would not bave fallen.
Dr*. Schcnck baa, in his own case, provod
that whorovor sufficient vitality remains, that
vitality, hy his medicines una bia directions
for., their, uso, ie , quickened into healthful
vigor. , ; ,
. Xn thia statement there ia nothing prosnmp
tuoha,. -To;tho faith of the invalid ts made no
representation that Is not a tboneaud times
snoutantirited by living'and vhdble ' WorkB.
The theory of the cure by Dr. Beben ck's me?
dicine ia aB simple aa it is unfailing. Its phi?
losophy'requires no argument. It - is self-as
Buring, aellrconvincing. . .
Tho Soaweed Tonio and Mandrake Pilla aro
the first two weapons with whi-h tho citadol
of tho malady ia assailed. Two-thirdH of thc
oases of consumption originate in dvapepsia
and a functionally disordered liver. With thif
condition the bronchial tubes "sympathize'
with tho H tom a ch. They respond to tho m?r?
bido action of the liver. Hero, then, comee
tho culminating result, and tho setting in
with all it? distressing symptoms, of
Tho Mandrake Fills aro composed of ono.o
nature's noblest gifts-the Podopbillum Pol
tatum. They possess all tho blood-search
ing, alterativo properties of calomel; but, un
Uko calomel, they
1 .'LEAVE NO 8TING HKHlKn."
Tho work of.euro is now beginning. Thi
vitiated and mucous deposits in the bowel
a nd in tho alimontary canal are ejected. Th
liver, like a clock, is wound up. It arouse
from its torpidity. Tho stomach acts ros pon
slvely, and tho patient begins to feel that b
ia getting, at last, t. a
" A SUPPLY OF GOOD ULOOD.
The Soaweed Tonio, in conjunction with tb
Fills, permeates and assimilates with thefooc
Ohyuucation is now progressing without it
provious tortures. Digestion becomes pain
less, ind the cure bi seen Jo be at nanr
Tln-rc is no moro flatulence, no exacerbado
of the stomach. An appetite sets in.
Now comes tho greatest Blood Purifier ovc
yet Riven by an indulgent father to eu?V?in
man, Bchenok's Pulmonio Syrup comes in t
perform its functions and to hasten and con
pletB tho euro. It enters at once upon it
work. Nature oannot be cheated. It collect
and ripons the impaired and diseased portier
of the lunge. In the form of gatherings,
prepares them for expectoration, and lol in
very short timo, the malady is vanquish et
tho rotten throne that it occupied ia renovate
and made new, and the patient, in all tho tl i j
nlty of regained vigor, steps forth to enjc
the manhood or the womanhood that was
GIVER UP AH I.OST. .
The second thing is, the patienta must sti
in a warra room until they got well; it is a
most impossible to prevent taking cold win
the luqgs are diseased, but it most be pr
vented, or a cure cannot be effected. Fret
air and riding out, especially* in this sect ii
of tho country in tho fall and winter scaso
are all wrong. Physicians who recommoi
that. course lose their patients, if their Inn
are badly diseased, and yet, beoanso they a
in tho bouse, they must not sit down quit
they must walk about the room as much ai
aa fast as the atrength will boar, to get up
good circulation of blood. The patior
must keep in good spirits-bo dot ermined
get well. Tins has a great deal to do with t
appetite, and ie the great point to Rain. .
To despair of.cure aftorsuch ovitlence of
possibility in the wornt cases, afid morale
talnty in all others, is einfnl. Dr. Scbeno
personal statement to the Kanni ty of bis o<
cure was in these modest words:
"Many y cara ago I waa hi the last atagoe
consumption; coe fin ed to my bed, and at c
time my physicians thought that I could i
live a weok; then, like a drowning man cati
lng at straws, I heard of and obtained I
preparations which I now offer to tho pub
aud they made a perfect cure of mo.
seemed to rae that I could feel them ponetr
my whole ayotem. They Boon ripened
matter iu my lungs, and I would spit up m
than a pint of offensive yellow mutter ev
muming fora long time.
1 "As aoon as that began to aub&ido,
congh, fever, pain and night sweats all bej
to leave me, and my appetite became so gr
that it was witii difficulty that 1 could k
from eating loo much. I BOOH rained
strength, and have grown in flesh c
"I was weighed shortly after my recovo
added tho Doctor, "then looking like a ti
skeleton; my weight waa only ninety-He
pounds; my present weight is two bund
and twenty-five  pounds, and for joa
have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
. Dr. Bchenok has discontinued his prc
atonal visits to New York and boston. If
I his son, Dr.' J. II. Bohenck, Jr., still conti
tc eeo patients at- their omeo, No. 15 N
Sixth street, Philadelphia, every Satui
from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Those who wi
thorough examination with tho Roapiroro
will bo charged fi Tho ltesplromotcr
elares Ute exact condition of tho lungs,
patients can readily leam whether they
curable or not.
Tho directions for taking tho medicines
adapted to tho intelligence oven of a cl
Follow these directions, and kind natnre
do tho rest, excepting that in Borne caeei
Mandrake Pills are to bo taken in inore
doses; the three medicines need no othe
oompauiments than the F>mple inslruc
that accompany them: First create appi
Of .returning health hunger is tbo most
como symptom. When it comos, as it
c?mo, letbthe despairing at onco bo of
ohcer. Good blood at once follows, tho c
loosens, the night sweat is abated,
short time both of thnao morbid ey mp
are gone forever.
Dr. Bchonck'a medicines aro constantly
in tons of thonaands of families. As a
tivo' or purgative, the Mandrake Pills
standard preparation] while the Pub
Syrup, aa a ourer of coughs ?ndcolds, m
regarded as a propbylacterio against
sumpiion in any of its forma.
Pri?e of tho Pulmonio Syrup and Sei
Tonio, 1150 a bottle, or ?7.CO a half d
Mandrake Pills, 35 cents a box. For ss
aU druggists and dealers.
JOHN F. HENR
8 College Place, Kew York, Wholesale Aj
Nov 10_- _
FOR SALK-75fe?t of good Shelvin!
4 fine Counters, 18 feet long. Appi
May5_ -rf. G. 8WAFFLE
A fresh supply of Bremen Lager a
A Few Word* to tho i.ml let- Man y la
dioa, particularly mothers nursing, complniu
of a tired, listless feeling, or complete ex?
haustion, on arising in tho morning. On tho
wife and mother devolves tho responsibility
of regulating thu 'duties nf tho household.
Her cares aro numerous, and the mental as
well as tho physical powers aro frequently
called into requisition. Sho often finds her
slightest occupation a weary task and exist
once a burden, wbilo at the same time she
has no regular disease. HoBtcltor's Stomach
Bitters, if resorted to at this period, will
prove an unfailing remedy for this annoying
lassitude. Tho effects of this potent agont
are eoon econ in the rosy ph eek and elastic
step of tho head ef the family, as, with re?
stored health and renewed spirits, she takes
her accustomed place in tbo family circle. Ii
this friend in need he regularly used, thoae I
depressing sympt?me wdl never bo com
Stained of, and not only would laeaitudo not
o experienced, but many diBoaaes - following
ita advont bo avoided. ?a a medical agent,
it baa no equal, while its pleasing favor and
healthful effects have mado it a general favor?
ite, lt is freo from all properties calculated
to impair tho system, and its operations are
at once mild, soothing and efficient. AU who
have uacd the Bitters atteat ita virtues and
commend it to use. ' May 17fG
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?
AVOID O.UACKS.-A victim of early in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pre?
maturo decay, Ac, having tried in vain every
advertised remedy, has a simple means of
eelf-eure, which hewill send froo to his fellow
aufferera. Addreae J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Naaaau
atroet, Now York. Dec. 23-fGmo
COTTON SEED OIL. CAKE can be had
at ah times, and in any quantity, of
Jan 21 E. HOPE.
STOCKS, DONOS and COUPONS bought
and aold hy D. GAMBBILL. Broker. I
Nov 23 Gmo_ f
COUNTY CLAIMS AND JURY CERTI?
FICATES bought bv
Fob S_ D. Q?MBRILL. Broker.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
ESSAYS FOB YOUNO MEN. on great so?
cial evils and abuses, which interfere
with MAIUUAOE, with eure meana of relief for
tba erring and unfortunate, diaoaBtd and de?
bilitated. Sent in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Address HOW ABD SANITA?
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth
street, Philadelphia, Pa._May 11 3mo
May Goshen Butter.
5TUBS now MAY BUTTER, for salo by
_ M ay 5_ K. HOPF.
SODA, Walnut, Snow Drop, Butler, Fancy
Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for Bale by
March 3_E. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaus, pinta and
quarts. For salo low. ; H. HOPE.
1PREPARED to meet tho requirements of
. the growing infant, containing the phos?
phates and all the health-giving properties of
the finest wheat. Much of tho Buffering,
uicknoss and mortality among children is
traceable to deficient nutrition. Mothers will
tako liced und buv tho proper food. For salo
by II El NITS H.
May Of_Druggist. _
Medicine for Children.
T\I?RRHOA CORDIAL forbad Bowels and
XJ I'ains lrona Tenthiug, Cholera Morbus,
Ac. An elegant medicino to soothe and euro
Diseases or tho Rowels. A real friend to
muthera and nurses. Onlv 25 cents a Lottie.
For sale only at * HEIN ITH H'S
May G f_Drug Store
ON accommodating terms, "VAN PATTEN
SHOALS," containing 250 acres, lying on
both sidon of tho Euoreo River-soventuen
miles from 8partanbn cg; seventeen miles from
Luirons, and seventeen miles from Green?
ville, and about four miles from thu Air-Lino
Bailroad. On the placo aro a good Dwelling
Hoaso and th rpo Milla. Perfectly healthy.
For particulars, apply to
POPE A HASKELL,
Attorneys at Law,
May 2 InthO_Columbia, B. C.
A LA MODE BEEF, Veal, Wild Duck, frcah
A Mackerel, fresh Salmon, Oysters,
Peaches, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Gage
Plums. All ot first quality and full weight.
For aalo low. "_E. HOPE.
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIE8 wanting cither tho Ham or
Donlan PLANTER will Bond their orders
at once. We are now well supplied, but later
in tho Benson do not think wo will be able to
meet the demand.
Feb 12_L?RICK A LOWR ANOE.>
Early Call for B?st Stereoscopic Views.
AFINE assortiueat of VIEWS in Germany,
California, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland,
Scotland, the Rivor Thames, near London:
aleo, io the United Btatee; Statuary, colored
and plain. Also, Stereoscopes, some low
priced, for salo at BRYAN A McOARTER'S
If a Porter House Steak will stop yonr hun?
ger, call at POLLOCK'S.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
O-REEN li HIER, WE&T VIRGINIA.
THESE Spring?, famous for their alterative
waters and fashionable patronage, ??ll bo
open on tho 1ST of JUNE. Thoy afford ac?
commodations for 2,000 persons.
The cars of thc Chesapeake and Ohio Rail?
road run to tho Springe. Excursion tickets,
at low ratea, will bo furnished iu the principal
cities. North and South.
These Springs aro 2,000 foot above tide?
water, and tho climate in which they aro situ?
ated is always cool and invigorating, affording
ontiro rolief from prostrating aummor heat I
l'rof. Hos un burger's excellent Band will be
in attendance, to enliven tho Lawns and Ball
Masquerade and Fancy Balle during the sea?
son, as heretofore.
An extensivo Livery will bo kopt at very
CUAHOE3.-$3 per day, and (75 per month of
thirty days. Childron under ton years of ago
and colored aorvanta, half price; whito ser?
vants according to accommodations..
Pamphlets in reference to tho medicinal
value of the water, routes to tho Springs, etc.,
may bo had freo of charge.
May 12 fimo GEO. L. PEYTON ft CO.
Hot Springs, Bath County, Vat
THIS renowned watering place will bo
opened for tho reception of visitors
Its waiora arc celebrated for their CTIIATIVE
viiiTVf.s in thu treatment of various diseases,
such aa Chronio Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor
of the Livor, Chronic Enlargement of the
Liver or Spleen, Chronio Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Nou-Orgaeio Paralysis, Old Injuries,
Affections of tho Skin, especially of Syphilitic
origin, Chronic Diseases of tho Uterus, Ac.
The Baths vary ia temperature from 80" to
Board (3.00 per day, (20 00 per week, (75
Telegraph Office at tho Hotel.
Prot. J. L. CAIIELL, M. D., of tho University
of Virginia, Resident Phvsician.
THOS. lt. PRICE A CO.,
S. C. TARDY A CO.,
May 12 -J9 Proprietors, Richmond, Va.
CHIPS FROM A GERMAN WORKSHOP.
By Max Muller.
Ghurdia, or Advcntoree in tho Desert of
Sahara. By G. Naphcgyi, M. D.,- A. M. $1.75.
Motherless, or a Parisian Family. By au?
thor of John Halifax. (1 50.
Tho SJjcnt Partnor. By author Gates Ajar,
ino r raneo-l'ruHsian War. 15y Landon,
with 18 portraits and 14 maps. (1.75.
Tho Empty Heart; a No vol. liv Marion
Climates for Invalid?. Ac. (1.25.
Ginx's Baby; his Birth and Misfortunes; a
Tho SiaterH of Orleans; a Talc of Ruco and
Social Coullict. Also, a number of new
novels and other publications, just received
at BRYAN ft. McCARTER'S
April 25_ Bookstore.
White's Gardening for the South,
"gY ^tho lato Wm. A. Whito, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES' SOTJTHEHN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. (l.fiO.
Tho Phosphate Rocks of South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Six Sermons on Temperance, by L_MII.HU
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preaching,, R. L. Dabney, D. D. (1.C0.
Any above eentjbv mail.
DUFFIE A- CHAPMAN,
Feb 13_Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulua Indiens Fish
Berriea to make elecpy or bcadache.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health. March ll
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Copperas, Salt, Lime or ?
j Alum. March ll
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
Fcl 21 JOHN C. SEEGERS'
DR. D. L. BOOZER
fSSSStm^ WOULD respectfully inform
(ffifffiwffift his pat rom and the public ge
"^QjCLT nerally that !io has moved into
hi* new oflice, over Duffie ft Chapman's Book?
store, opposite thu Columbia Hotel, where ho
is prepared tu execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work. ( f whatsoever kind his pro?
fession di mandu. Terms accommodating.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN preference t(i London Porter und Scotch
Ale. WhjV They know it is unadulter?
ated. March ll
DONT contain Strychnine. It is par?, anti
_warranted tobe so. Mai ch ll
Soda and Mineral Water.
TUE FOUNT is open for tho season, with
choico syrups, made from pure juico of
the fru i t. II EISE'S CONFECTIONERY.
Tin-ware i Tin-ware I Tin-ware !
PLUMBING, ROOFING. GUTTERING, and
all work in this line, put up lo order
and r..ady for sale at the
OA lip LI N A M A X UFA CTO R T.
Call at either house-Columbia or Newberry
HENRY n. BLEA9E,
March 22 t_ Proprietor.
RAMSAY'S Islav Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard, I
Dupuy, Cognac Brandy. Duff Gordon's Pale
"hem. South-side Madeira Wino, London
Deck Tort Wine, nibbert's London Tortor,
MeEwen'a Scotch Ale. The abovo direct from
tho importera and warranted pure.
For aale by_ EDWARD HOPE.
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEEF.
Ferrie Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hams.
Sugar-cared Bacon Siripa.
Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel, ftc, all frefh to
hand. For aaleby GEO. 8YMMERS.
?\i\f\ CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS, Juet
??* J\J roceived affd for ealo low by
May ll_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Meala furnished at all hours at POLLOCK'S.g
MAY bo obtained by calline; at I3AAC
bULZBACHEU'S and purchasing ono
of tlideo justly culebratod ELGIN
WATCHES, and whore you can find a
completo stock of Diamonds, Jewelry?
Silver and Plated Warb, of tho beat
.manufacturo. In addition aro tho
United Btatee, Waltham, English and Swiaa
Watches in Gold and Silver Gases, which will '
bcaloocd out at New York prices.
Constantly on h.md fine Gold Chains, Seal
Ringa, Charms, Locket s, Sleeve Duttons, Sets,
and a varied stock of Fancy Articles.
All kinds of Repairing dene promptly, and
warranted, by ISAAC 8ULZBAC?ER,
April 27_Undor Columbia Hotel.
MRS. S. J. WYATT informs her frionds
and the public in general, that abe haB
oponed a PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, on
Plain street, near Bull. Tho boneo is largo
and airy, and guests may expect the Comforts
of a home._ : . ,.? May 2
Increase of Stock.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
l'Ai? UP CAPITAL; 9)100,000.
JOHN B. PALMER, Freaidcnt.
A. G. BRENI2ER, Cashier.
C. N. Q. BUTT, AsBiBtant Cashier.
THE degree of success that has attended 1
the operations of this Bank since its
establishment in February last, and tho do
siro on tho part of tho Directors to havo asso?
ciated with them moro of their country
friends, has induced them to Add 150,000.00 to
the capital. 8harea $100.00 each. .
Pay monta may bo m ado at any timo prior, to
tho 1st of July, entitling the holder of the
stock to its pro rata nh aro of profits earned
daring tho time the money is in possession of
tho Bank; or if on tba 1st July, to its propor?
tion of all dividends made thereafter. In
either event, the now stock will 'participate
equally with the old in tho surplna fund.
Applications for stock may bo made person?
ally, or by lotter, to tho officers of tho Bank.
DIUECTOES.-John B. Palmer. J. Eli Gregg. ,
F. W. McMastor, R. D. 8enn, (of R. D. Benn A |
Hon,) G. W. Dearden, (ofCopeland ? Be ardon,)
R. L. Bryan, (of Bryan Sc McCarter.) W. C.
Bwaflleld, (of R. A W. C. Swaffield.) May 9
XX <GL "OL? & ,
R. & \V. C. SWAFFIELD'S,
WE havo now in store a very largo stock
of above goods, anti wo assoro our cus?
tomers that wo have never before been en?
abled to offer thom so CHOICE A SELECTION"
OF GOODS, at Buch low prices.
Wo havo good All Wool bUITB at ?5, suita?
ble for any business man.
Wo have a very largo Block, and wo are de
tormincd tu undersell any other dealers,
our facilities enable us to do BO.
Are decided to bo tho best Otting Shirts made.
We mano thc finest custom garments made in
this State. Call and examine.
March 25 It. Sc W. C. BWAFFIELB.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re
JL^W. moved their Stahles lo the new
^? building, immediately South of
<07L/I?"^?>OTaJanney'a Hall, and, with a new
'SST^S^ f stock of CARRIAGES, BUG?
GIES ana One HORSES, aro prepared to an?
swer all calls that may bo xnado upon them.
Horses bought and sold oh commission.
Persons in want of good stork, are invited to
give ua a cal!. Liberal advabcos made on
stock left for halo. BOYCE A CO.
W. Hi BOYCE.
C. H. PKTTtsoit.L._Jun 24
Itt. H. BERRY'S
Plain Street, near Main.
. ,T_/r*B3Vy.A?, NOW on hand and daily re
JCVTT?^X^Zjct iving from the maunfac
~)u 1 ????akjSE tories of New York, Heston,
ftKSaeiSr Cincinnati and Louisville, the
?sr SK largest asHortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, coucintiug
in part or Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Ronm Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patt ems, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
?hortest notice and in the best manuer.
Torno? c*eh and Gooda cheap._Oat fib .
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
}?><2r public in general that I l ave,
w?^??^jii8t received an entire neV
w maK% ??tock of Double and Singlo Dar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flat-ks, Ponchea,
Pistol-Bell H, Caps. Back-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridges 1er all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING dont at short notice.
Oct H _P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
e? f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
OVI dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
Cotton Seed Oil.
APURE articlo, superior to'etbcia as a
aalad oil for table nee, at ono-third the
price of imported. For ?ale by _
April 9 _EDWARD HOPE.
Pioklod Heats. &o.
THIS DAY RECEIVED:
FULTON MARKET MOUNDS,
Fulton Market BEEF,
Davie* Diamond Ham",
Ferrie' Sugar-oured StnpB,
Extra Beef Tongue.-,
Smoked Beef. - ,
Something now every dav. to Irv and please
our patrons._? GEO. BYMMER8.
ADEBIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
near the corner of bl anding. Forterms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb aa HENDRIX Sc BRO.
OLD DANK RILLS and MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and Bold by
Nov 23 Cmo D. QAM KRILL. Broker.
Imported and Domestic Cig ara at POLLOCK a. J
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'8
- Compound Fluid Extract
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS.
Com'ponenl'Parfa-Fluid Extract Hhuharb'?nd
Fluid Extract CV taroba Grape Juice. .
ITtOU Liver Complaints, Jaundictt, Bilious
" Affections, Bick or NorrotiH Hendnchn,
Costiveness, etc. Purely Yegotu.blo, contain*
ingno Mercury, Minor?la or Deleterious Dr uga.
.Those. Pille aro' tbo moat dcligbtfalty plea?
sant purgative, superseding caster oil, aa lu?,
magnesia, etc Tiiero Is nothijg moro ac?
ceptable to tbo stomach. They givo tone;
aud cmao ncithor uauaea nor griping pains.
They aro composed of tho fihext ingrediente.
After a few days' uso of them, auch an invigo?
ration of tho entire system takes place au to
appear miraculous to the w??k and enervated,
whether arising from imprudence or disease.
IT. T. Hclmbold's Compound Fluid Extract
Catawba Orapo Pill? are not sugar-coated,
from the fact that sugar-coated Pills do not
dissolve, but pass through the stomach with?
out dissolving, consequently do not produce
thc dooirod ? licet. The CATAWBA U VIA PE
PILLS, being pleasant in taste and odor, do
not necessitate their being sugar coated.
Prico fifty cents por box.
HEXRY T. HBLKOLD'S -
Highly Concentrated Compound * .
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
WiU radically exterminate from tho system. .
Scrofula, Svpnilis, Fever 8ores, Ulcere, Sore
Eyes, Sore' Legs. Boro Month, Sore Head,
Broochitia, Bkin Dieeaaea, Salt Bhenm, Can- -
koro, lt unning s from tho Bar, White Swellings,'
Tumor8, Cancerous affections, Nodes, Eickel?,
Glandular Bwellinga, Night Sweats, Bash,
Totter, Humors of all Kinds. Chronic- lihou- -
matiam, Dyspepsia, and all diseases that have
been established in the system for years.. i
Being prepared expressly for the above oom?
plaints, its blood-purifying properties aro *
greater than any other preparation of Barsa
Eartha. It gives tho complexion a clear- andi
oalthy color and restores tho patient to a,
state of health and purity. For purifying tho
blood, removing aUchronic couatitutional din*
easca arising from an impure etato of blood,,
and only reliable and effootual known remedy
for tho euro of Pains and Bwolling of Boneo,
Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Blotches,
Pimples on Face, Erysipelas, all Scaly Enlpv
tiona of Bkin, and Beautifying Complexion,
Prico $1.60 per bottle.
HEKHV T. IlEXKIUOrZ.D'B '
Oonoenirated Fluid Extract Buchn. ?
. THE G BE AT DIUBETIO. baa cured evtrj
caao of Diabetes In which it bas been given,
Irritation of tho Neok of the Bladder and In
flammation of tho Kidneys, Ulceration of tho
Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine,
Diseases of tho Prostrate Gland, Stone in tho
Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust Depo?
sit, and Mncons or Milky Discharges, and Tor
Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of bath
sexes, attended witb tho following symptoms:
Indisposition'to Exertion,1 Loas of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breath ing.
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Liseaso,
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Fain ta the
Back, Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body, Dry?
ness of the Skin, Emption on the Face, Psl
Mrt f!nnn tenauco. Universal 'Lassitude of-ibo'
Muscular System, otc Used by persons from
eighteen to twenty-five, aud thirty-five to-flfly
flve, or decline or chango of life; after confide
mont or labor paine; bud-wetting in children .
HELM MOLD'S EXTitACT B?C??? ia diu?
retic and blood-pnriiying, and cures all Dis?
eases arising from Hal its of Dissipation, und
Excesses and Imprudences in Life, Impuri?
ties of the Blood, oto., superseding Copaiba
in affections for which it ia need, and Syphi?
litic Affections-in these Di?eu&cs, ute-u in
connection with Helmboid'a Rose Wash.
In many affections peculiar to ladies, the *
Extract Buchu'Ia unequalled by any other*
remedy, as in Chlorosis er Itt teution,'irregu?
larity, Painfulness or Su, prostion of Custom
ary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schimm State
ol the Uterus, Leucorrhoa or Whites. Bte-'
rility, aud for all complaints.incident to tho
Sex, whether arising from" Indiacrelion or
Habits of Dissipation. It is proscribed ex?
tensively by the most eminent Physicians and
Midwivea for enfeebled aud delicate const it ri?
ti?os, of both sexes and all agea,.(kttendccL
with any of tho above diseases or sy_?-ptenia.)
H. T. Heimbold's Extract Buchu
Cures Diseases arieiog frc m Imprudences,
Habits of Dissipation, i tc, in all tboir stag**,
at little expense, little or no change in diet,
no inconvenience, and no exposure). It causea
a frequent desire, and givcB strength to uri?
nate, thereby removing oin ti notions, Pre?
venting and Curins. Strictures of thc.Urethra,
allaying Pain and lnfitmrnation, so fi equi nt
in this class of diseases, and < xpol lin g all poi
sonoba matter. Thonsands who Lave bet n vic- '.
tims uf incompetent pei tons, and have paid
hcaw fees to bc cured in a abort tin.?, have
found they have boi n deceived, and that the -
''poison" has, by Gie nae of "powt ifni aittrjn
geuts," been dried up in thc t-yetciu. to break
ont in a more aggravated form, and perhaps*'
Uso II ELM BOLL'S EXfRiOT BUCO.IT for'
ntl afftiCiions and diseases of th?- Urinary Or?
gans, whether extoling in malu or female,
from whatever canse original inj.? and no mat.
ter how long star.din**. Price ?ISO per bottle..
Hem y T. Il? Inilml? ?uiprovj'? ?im.t Wash
Cnn nut tc burna ?sid as a PACE WASH, and
will bo found the only specific remedy in nvery
species of cotant ons affection, lt speedily
cradle.Uta Pimples, Spots, Scorbutic bn o-.-ss.
Indurations of the Cutaneous Membrauo, etc,
dispula Bednest* anti incipient Inflammation,
Hives: Lash, Moth PatoheB, Drynens of Scalp
or Skin, Frost Bites, and all purpotes for"
which salves or ointments are need;-restores
the skin to a state of purity and softness, and
m su rm continued healthy action lo the tissue
of its vtHhCls, on which depends tho agreeabl*
c'a arucsH and vivaoifv of complexion eo mach
sought and admired. But howovor valuable
aa a remt-dv for?xi?tiug defects of the skin,
ll. T. Uelmbold's Bose Wash baa long aaa
fained its principle claim to unbounded pa?
iren ago, by possessing quaUtiea which render
it a toilet appendage of the most superlativo
and congeuial character, combiuiug in an ele- . j
gant formula those prominent ' requisites,
sufi ty ?nd efficacy--the invariable accompa?
niments of its nae-aa a preservative and rev
fresher of the complexion. It is an excellent
lotion for diaeaeCB of a Syphilitic nature, and
as an Injection for diseases of the Urinary
Organs,, arising from habite of dissipation,
used in connection willa the extracts Buchn,,.
Sarsaparilla, and Catawba Grape Pills, in'anon
diseases as recommended, cannot be surpass?
ed. Price, ODO Dollar p^er bottle. ? .
Full and explicit directions accompany mtv
dieiues. Evidence of most responsible', rolla?
hie character furnished on application, with,
hundreds of thousands of living 'witnesses,
and upward of 30,000 unsolicited certificates
and recommendatory letters, many of which
are bom'the highest sources, including emi?
nent Physicians, Clergymen, Statesmen, etc.
Tho proprietor bsa never resorted to their
publication in the newspapers; be doe? not do
thia from the fact that bis articles rank aa
standard preparations, and do not noed to bo
propped up by certificates. .., w
Hy. T. Helmboid'a Genuine "Preparations
Delivered to any address. Becnre from obser?
vation. Established upward twenty years. Bold
by Druggiats everywhere. Address letters for
information, in confidence, to Henry T. Holm
bold. Drugglet and Chemist.
Otiiy Depots: H. T. BELMBOLD'8 Dreg;
and.Chemical Warehouse No. 504 Broadway,
New'York; or, to H. T. HELM BO LD'8 Medi?
cal Depot, 104 Booth 10th st, Philadelphia, Pa.
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for HENRY
T. UELMBOLD'Bl Take no other. June 29