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tDBUBBKI) DAILY AND TBI-WUKX1.
EVERY WEDNEBDA? MO BN INO.
?3Y JULIAN A."SELBY,
V.DITOa AMD PBOPBIETOBV
5 nice >aa Maia-Stree Vab?fVe Taylor.
?sr Bo ok and Job Printing of every des ?rip
iou promptly and faithfully attonded to.
? I> V KUTI 8 E MEN TS '
inserted in tho Daily at 75. cent? por.equare
for the first and 60 couts each subsequent in?
sertion. Long advortieements by tho week,
month or year, at reasonable rates.
Daily, six^nonths, $4 0.0; Tri-Weekly, 2 60;
Weakly; 1; 50.' i / ? ' j
Still 1.1 fe.
No marmor from the outward.world
Diatn.^8 the slumbrous sommer air;
Soothed with sweet visions of delight,
She sits, sho dreams, my lady, there. / .
So soft-hor breathing and eb low,
Life scarcely seems her pulso to thrill;
All mate and motionless; His lifo,
* Yet life how etilll
Her. f.anoy'e form to shadow forth; t "j
Her:g&-h>h sohbme,of art to is$ob,;
Tho p?noit scarcely hod essayed,
When sleep oame down upon her face.
By thought's own aweetnesa overpowered.
Sha glided into pleasant dreams, .
Joyous and bright, aa yonder ann
.... Through easement gleams,
Fair dreamer, in bimt vision world
"In which your spirit now is free.
What glad ideal meeta you lhere?
O? deign you bend to anon aa me?
Qr draw you inspiration forth, . ll;
Aa ebon your tablet there ehall ehow,
From visions whioh the waking eye .
... - - - Laoola power toiuovr?..
Ah woiift-aa ennligtiton the sea,; ' - *"
Or reapite from consuming strife,
Are moments, maiden, snatched, like these,
From out tho hurrioane of life.
Still Ufo it is: whato'or your dreams,
Wbato'er tho thoughts your fancy fill
Enough of joy 'tia thus to Uvo
> fl ; \ < ' f i. <Tho Ufo that*? a till. ' \
CORWIN AND THE GLEEQYHAN.-I heard
a good thing of the lato Gov. Corwin
last night. It aeema that while.this gen*
tlomau wno in the Senate he sat at din?
ner one afternoon entertaining the mess
with amusing rj tories and witticismH,
suoli as Corwin only oonld. throw ont,
when tho servant, ? new hand at the
business, announced a visitor in the par?
lor desirons of an interview with the
Senator. Corwin paid no attention to
the man -at finst, but, after a time, irri?
tated by tho continued Interruption,
said, impatiently, ."O, tell him to go to
Corwin continued his dinner, and nt j
the end, suddenly recollecting the visitor,
hurried tb the parlor and.found no one
ibero. . nu raug JOT Ibo bonn??, B?J
when the man. appeared, said ;
"John, did hot you tell me .there was
some one. here?" S
"Yea, sab," responded John,
?'Why didn't he wait?"
..Weil,"sab,'! took him yonr meapage."
"What message?" (toked the astonished
fVWfcrLttbj I.told^bim.. da$ you.said
he Bhd?(d go to h?ll, *nd?he went/"
Oorwin's indignation at the stupidity
of the servant was only equalled by his
anxiety lest the person insulted shoujd
prove tb be a constituent, or perhaps a'
brother Senator. He heard nothing,
however, for two weeks, when be was
caUod ?upon by ail'old friend wyo be?
longed to the' ministry, and was created
by a wise Providence to look after the
charities, and welfare of other people.
- The Ito v. Mr. Spook wore a white choker
and a white hat, with the usually seedy
olothes pertaining to these tgood men,
; who look* for ? reward in another and
* better world for their work done in this.
When he saw Senator Corwin, he burst
into tears. The politfcal humorist,
thinking that Mrs. S. or some of their
numerous relatives had departed this
life, hastened to, ask the meaning of the
sudden grief. v
*'Aii, Oovernor Corwin," responded
the poor man, "I thought never to call
upon you again. The last time I was
here you seht word ont to me to go to
to go to-"
"Bless my soul," cried Corwin, "was
that you? I am so glad. I feared it
was one of my constituents, and my
constituents are snob d--- fools, while
you are too sensible to mind'snob an ab?
surd message. Here, let me give you
?10 for the Beady Belief of aged clergy
. men.'--*-Dotin jPicUt,^i7i Commercial.
SS WOMAN.- A.womnu in a neighborhood
is only exceeded by another woman.
She can love truer or hate worse than the
men of ordinary calibre.' '
She can make of a home a little He?;
? ven or a little: bell on less capital that
any other business ban be carried on.
She eau maka a $10 or a $100 bill gc
np, O so quick I ' S ' * 1 ??>* '
She can drive a man ont of a house, i
ber tongue be working all right, quickei
than Beast Butler could get away with r
set of spoons.
.She is better than pine or stono cos
for keeping A neighborhood boiling hot,
and home more unendurable than a buri
on yonr flrct - thumb jointVell: tho timi
making yon think she is a package o:
refined innocence, a saint, a favorable
angelic advertising agent for Gabriel.
She can kiss another woman aweetei
and ?hon talk about her worse than ont
of these reform Republicans can talk
about the President. .
Aaa ?t?sasws* raero by intuition o
all the affairs of the neighborhood that
Grant knows about*his relations, or th?
post office presents he receives, or is to.
She eau be nicer to ? woman she hatei
* than a oarpet-bag politician is to a negri
before ho bas voted.
She can walk farther to di spiffy a net
dress than a loyal or disloyal obntrabant
could travel for chickenB in the night.
And, God love her. if she loves a man
she will stick to bim longer than th<
Dent family will to the immortal speeoh
Like dollars, good women are hard tc
get, hard to keep, bothersome to lool
after. Bat here is a conundrum: Ho*
can we get alonar with out them?
l)aniel McFarland lately paid a Vlsi-,
io Mre. Sago-MoFarhirid-RiohardBon,
and requested her to "forgive him and
to roceivo.bim baok." ?ho .waa toa sago
ior that; he returned? to' New York and
was "sent np ten days for drunkenness."
What is the difference between half a
glass of water nud ? broken engagement?
Tho one is not filled full, and tho other
is not fulfilled. . . .
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
- ? ? ?
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TX OI
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANN UH,
ON CERTIFICA TES OF DEPOSIT, .
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON ACCOUNTS.
Wm. Martin, President. .
A. O' Breniser, Cashier*'
Juho O?"B. Smith, Assistant CaxLier.
Wade Bampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
kell, F. W. MoMsBtcr, John P. Thomas. E. H.
Heinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
, J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
' G, T. Scdtt, Newberry.
' W. G. MayeB, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Bavonol, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics. Laborers,- Clerke, Widows, Or*
phans and others may nore deposit their sav?
ings and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Plantera, Professional Mon and Trustees
wishing to draw interest en thoir funds until
they require thom for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart email
?urne for their ohildren, and Married Women
and Minora (whoso doposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for futuro uBO. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawalwhes
needed._ Aog 18
BBKTB?L NATIONAL BANK
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital, $100.000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?900,000.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmor, F. W. McMaa
ter, B. B. Benn, of B. D. Benn A Son; G. W.
Be&rden, of Copeland A Dearden; R. L. Rryan,
'Bryan A McOarter; W. O. Swaffleld, of R.
j. ?V. %J. DMni?i<;??.
F. W. MoMaster, Solicitor.
rilHIB Bank is now open for tho transact'on
JL of a general banking business.
I GEBTIFICATEB OF DEPOSIT of currency or
I coin, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7)
I per cent, per annum, in hind, will be issued.
I Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited: also, from 2Vns'ee?, A dm ii tis tr alor a,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
I Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi
I noaa men, and the usual accommodations, ex?
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Silver bought and
Mutilated Currency purchased at a email
1 Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi
I nont placea in England, Ireland, Scotland,
j France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den
I mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit ie sued,
payable in any of- the above plaoea:
I Drafts on alL tho prominent cities In the
I United Btatce bonght and sold, /
I Banking Honao opposite Columbia Hotel.
, Open from 9 to 3. . _ Feb 28 ly
Good Health-Long Life.
rpHERE ia a diner euee between good blood
I -L and bad blood-a difference or Life and
Death'. Bad blood-?B full of humors, pro?
ducing corrupt Sores, Ulcers, Bolla, Oar
i buneles, Bpots, Blotches. These are indica
! tions of a diseased condition of the systsm,
and unless removed, will prey upon tho body
andmako it a diseased ana loatheeome thing
I of flesh. Without pure blood no flesh is free
from disease. The Palo and Shrunken Forms.
Yellow Faces, Weak Stomachs, Diseased
Livers', Crippled Rheumatics, Nervous Hypo?
chondriacs, Dyspeptic Viotime of Headache so
common iu thu country, ?B owing entirely to
I the humors of the blood.
? HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the
j only suro medicine. 20,000 bottlea sold at
home bespeaks for it a popularity unexampled'
j in tho history of medicine. For purifying the
1 Blood and invigorating the Liver, no better or
I cheaper medicina bas over boen discovered.
Hcinileh'u Queen's Delight is a Purifier of the
Blood and au Iuvigorator of the Liver, two
I things essential in preserving Hoalth and
i I in curing Disease. 'It invigorates the Liver
and enrca all disorders of the Biomach and
Bowels, purities the Blood and repairs tho
( waste of the Body, imparts Strength and
give? Vigor to diseased and enfeebled systems.
I . HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The pcoplo approve, and physicians sanction
II ita uso, becanae it poicases merit, and is what
I it seems to be-a household blessing lo th? sick.
1 r? ior HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Take none othor. Ho is tho inventor and Bolo
f proprietor. Bold wholesale and retail at his
1 Drug and Chemical Store. . Feb 0 j
K ?ASKBJamea Hennessy'B ct Brandenburg
? fj Freres BRANDIES, imported direct, and
offered nnro and unadulterated. These com
i prise.vintages of 1885, 1858. I860 and 18C3
I Stock of Hocks. Clarets and Whito Wines in
3 I eludo some of the most famous brands as well
r as aound low priced goods. < For" Bale by
' March!?_ GEO. RYMMERR,
* . ARTIFICIAL TLETH.. .
[ REYNOLDS' IMPROVEMENT.
: I fTIHOBE who have lost several Natnral
I JL Teeth, and have been advised to part
fl with remaining sound ones, as the first step
- towards obtaining artificial substitutes, arc
I requested, before enbmitting to a practioe,
* I cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of ita fallacy,
9 by looking oloeely into a matter of to muofc
I The above improvement was designed to re
stat so deplorable a practice, and after a tho
r rough test of moro than three years, is fonnc
i capable of accomplishing what no other ays
tem of Artifloi al Dontietry has heretofore dono
It ia now possible to obtain partial cases
? which will save for years Natnral Teeth, anc
i j be at th? same time reliable in every rcapoct
J .An invitation ia hereby given to anch ai
feel intoreated to call at our Operating
Booms, and examine duplicate apecimens o
' cassa now in actual nse.
t Nov 61 ? REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS.
r } Tho coolest Lager in the city can be had al
* x ?ho Exchange ?OOM
(jBi II A8 been overhauled and re-airapged
HJf for the- Spring and Sumrser. feed bevo
JB rapes compounded at abott notice.
May6 PAYBINOER A FHAMSmi.
Ayers Cherry Pectqr^
For Discuses of tho Throat and Lungs,
' auch as Coughs, Colds, Wiioopixig J
Cough, Bronchitis; Asthma, '.
Probably never before, in toe wholo history of
medicine, bas any tiring won so widely amt no
deeply upon Uic confidence ol' mankind, ii? Uris
cxcelfcrit remedy for pulmonary complaints
Through ri long scries or years, and nmoii? mott
of tho races.ot men It-has risen higher and higher
in theirestimation, ns ll bat* become bcllerknown.
itu nulfonii character ami bower lo cure tho va?
rious uncctious ol' tlic lungs and thror.t, have
mudo it knowii us a rvHiiblc protector against
them. While adapted (<> milder I'm ins nf disease
and lo young children, i: is at the same time tho
most effectual remedy that ena he given for Incip?
ient consumption, mid thc dangerous affections
of thc thront hud lung*. AP n provision against
sudden attacks of Croup', it should lie kept on
hand in every faintly, una indeed na all arc KIIUC
timcs subject to colds mid coughs, all should ho
provided with Uti-, antidote fur >hcm. .
Although Bottled Consumption ia thought in
cui-ablc, still great numbers of casa? vt herc thc
disease seemed scltlcd, have been completely
cured, nnd thc patient restored to soitnd h?ahh
by Uic Cherry l'rrtornl. So complete ls 1M
mastery over the disorders of the Limps at;d
Throat, that the tutut obstinate of them y h ld lo it.
When nothing else could reaeh them, under the
Clierry X'cctoral they subside and disappear.
Singers nnd 1'ubiic Spca hers lind gloat
protection from it.
Asthma is always relieved nml often wholly
cured by lt.
Jironehitls ls generali*: cured by takln? the
Cherry rectoral in sninll and frequent doses.
So generally are its virtues known, that wc
need not publish tire cet t?llenles of. them here, or.
do moro Utan a?sure thc public that its cpuiliti?j
aro fully ni alu tallied.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fovor and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Kemittent, Fcvor, Dumb
Aguo, Periodical or Bilious Foyer, &c,
and iudedd all tho affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, ur miasmatic
poisons.' ..'' . '
As its name implies, it doc9 Cure, and does not
fail. Containing neil tier Arsenic, Quinine, lils
mttth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, it in nowise Injures any pa?
tient. Thc number and importance of its cures
in tho ague districts, aro literally beyond account,
and wc believe without.a parallel in tho history
of Ague medicine. Our pride is gralilled by tho
acknowledgments wo receive nf thc radical cures
effected In obstinate cases, and where oilier rem?
edies had wholly failed.
Unacclimated persons, cither re'?'lentjin, or
travelling through miasmatic localitiesJsSiH bo
protected by taking tho AG UK CUR li dally.
For IA ver Complaints, arising from torpid?
ity of tho Liver, it ls an excellent remedy, stimu?
lating the Liver Into healthy activity.
For Billons Disorders anti Lircr Complaints, it
is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable cures, wit uro other medicines hail
Prepared by DB. J. C. AYT.U & Co., Prnctioal
and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Aloe's., and
sold all round thc world.
JPJRJOE, $1.0O FEJl JS?XTI.JE.
Deo,9 fly [Aug 6] O. H. MIOF. Agent.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
* is nt onoo 'agreeable,
jc^f?j?f?wi healthy, and effectual
^NSBMBK for preserving thc
n?*TWlySBt? hair. Faded or gray
JjH 1U\\HMH hair is soon rcstoml
wich (he (/loss and
faj^Sffij^f^^* frcf^ness. ?f y?,tfh
enod, falling bair checked, and bold?
ness often, though not always, cured
by its uso. Nothing can restore the
.hair where tho follicles uro destroyed 1
or the glands atrophied and deco yod.
But sunn aa romain, can be favcrl for
usefulness by th?? application. In teat!
of fouling tho hair with a pasty rodi
ment, it will keep it clean and rigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the huh
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from thoso deleterious substances which
moko BO ruo preparations dangerous, and
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely fur a
nothing else con bo found BO desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dyo, it.does
not soil white cambric, and yet hts! s
long on tho hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL ANO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS,
An g 5 -Uly_O. H. MIOT, Agent.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
OBAULOTTE, JV. 0.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Floor,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Oroceriea
fgenerally. Orders filled carefully and prompt
y._ ._Feb 7 lyr
BREAKFAST BACON HTltlTS.Sugar-cured
Shoulders, Smoked and Pickled Tongues,
[ for snip low hv_E. HOPE.
NO Fl BK VBBO )I? W A6I11NO.
? WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
! rTlHIS SOAP washer perfectly in cold water,
. X soft, hard or salt. It removes grease.
i oil and paint from garments. It washes all
kinds of gooda-cotton, flannel, Bilk or woolen.
. It cleanses ailver, plated ware and Jewelry
. without scratching. If tho article a aro mocil
I tarnished, rnb thtm with a picco of flannel
. which has plenty of tho Boap on it. To people
? who do their own washing, it ia invaluable.
It will aave Us cost in one washing. For salo,
in boxea of thirty-six bars, by
s April 0_Agent for Booth Carolina.
[ 600 Barrels
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for Hale low. E. HOPE.
Blackwell's genuino borham Smpking?To
ba co at POLLOCK'S
? . i i Ha ii min :
UOJ?OM .. GREAT
: . 'tn* '"*. .
: Fiirest Medicated Cordial ol the Age.
?NVIQORA TINO PROPERTIES.
Sr ^ ,\ LIPPMAN'S groat
. / r\nW?'K Ahk . GERMAN BUT
fi , ,j Ena ,?B prepared
OL/ //Viv -a u ? >. iroai t?0 original
? r "^6 (\ ' ? Gerin an receipt I
' sk/Cr^i '"^SCvft & ' now ,D possession
m?'9V?&&'J?r& \ ol tho proprietors
?Sy&jWSwJ&Jr v-j *uo- *a *,',e '?nie
^S2^friS^l& '-?' J? a preparation that
jB?l7]K?fi& XT * . waa U8?d in Gnr
rf&Wjil/WTvtiW^y.?' ^ many npwarda of
fSsfj JaMaan^man1 ' 1?' ~~ a century ago; to
W^^sffiK^a^ day ia household
^SB?5^^fA ^Si'J i ~ roraedy of Germa
'V'?'*\ BJ'X?^'rT-? ny.rcoommonded
*V'^vKrv^'i*** * - hy ??? moBt omi
?v.' ' " neut physicians.
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
Ie composed of the purest alcoholic essence of
German}'e favorite beverage, impregnated
with tho juices and extracta of rare herbs,
roots and bara?; all of which combined make
it ono of the beat and surrt-1 prcparationa for
the cure of
Dyspepsia, LOBH of Tone in the Stomach and
Digestive Organa, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constip?t iou. Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and a > a
PREVENTI VE I OU CHILLS AX D FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will find LIFTMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
'TEltS tho bsst tonic known for the diseaseato
which they aro generally subject, and where a
gent?o stimulant ia recommended.
SAVAKNAH, March IC, 1870.
Metsra. Jacob Lippnian ?? Bro., Savannah.
Ga.-GENTS: 1 have before mo your esteemed
lotter of tho 14tb inst., containing various
documents relativo to your "German Ritters."
After a careful examination I must contons
that your Bitters is really what you represent
it to bo, an old* German recipe of Dr- Mitch
orlicb. of Berlin. Prusbia. It will no doubtbe
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
nervous diseases, and ia a good preventive of
chills and fever. I find it to be a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIUKI.AND MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Mesara. Jacob Lipf/mtm <fc Bro., Druggists,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: I have intro?
duced your Great G'rman Bitters here to my
customers and friends, and I find better sale
for it than any 1 bavo ever kept before. Thoao
who have tried it approve of it very highly,
and I do not hesitate in Having that*it is far
superior in value to any ot Ker Ritters now in
nee. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agent? for State of South Cnroli
na-DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, HENRY BIS
OH O FF A CO.. GLACIUS A WITTE. STEF?
FENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Charleton.
Dopot in Columbia, 8. 0., at GEIGER A
MCGREGOR'S. Druggists. June 2 ly|(*
The Great Medical Discovery ?
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
ag Hundreds of Thousands gg,.
Dear testimony to their Wonder- ?t?3
o o fol Curativo Effects. g -Tra
||a THEY ARE NOT A VILE f fl
Made of Poor Ru ill, Whiskey, Frn.\
Splrlte mid Ko Tithe Lil II II rs il?.r:-.r. <l.t;-.< eft
ami ?wcctcncd to | W-is; thu tuite, t s'.l: ?! " Voil
Ica,"" Appetizers,'1 " iUsiorcT*,'' ac, t'.iit l.a<\
tho tippler on xo Crunkenacaa aad re.la, ttut oro
a truo Medicine,made froiii Um Native. r.evt? and
Herbs of California, free fri?:u till Ali'ottollc
Stimulants. They aro tim (ilt KAT II LOO il
PURIFIER, and LIPS ?IVIX?J PRIN?
CIPLE a perfect I : c i. orator and in vlgorstor of
the By ?lt in, carrying o?'al I polsonor.i mutter ami
restoring tho blood to n healthy condition. >'..
person can toko these Witera according ii? ?liryc
Uon and remain lons unwell. **.
fiPor Iuftntiiuiitt or y mid Chronic lSbeit
mintlstu mid (lout, DyBpnpuiu or Indi
action, ltilious, Remit icm und Inter?
mittent Fevofa? DtaRnNON bf tho Rtnnd,
Liver, Kidney*, mid Il lint il er, these lus?
ters liavo been moct susneibful. Hm h I)In
rnnen aro caused by Vitiated H loo tl, which
ls generally producid by derangement of tiej
D?nent i vt? Orgrmi?.
HYSPEP?SIA Oit INDIGESTION.
Headache, I'aln lu tho Shouldor?, Courlis, Tight?
ness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructation* of
tho Stomach, Dud tasto la tho Mouth Ullloas At*
tuck -, Palpitation of tho Itcart, Inflammation of
tim Lungs,Tain lu tho regions of tho Kidneys,and
*A hundred other painful symptoms, aro tho c-?T
.prints of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate thc Stomach and Btlmulato tho
torpldliver and bowel?, which render them ?f u:i
ciiua'h'd cflleaey l'\ cloansing tho blood of all
Umrltlea, and Imparting now Ufo nnd vigor to
the whole system.
FOR S Iv IN DISEASES, r.niptlons.Tctter.
SaUlthenin.r.lotchcs. Spot-, I'hn'plcs, 1'usttllL-s,
i Bolls, Carbunelca, lilng-Worms, f.cald-IIead, Poro
Kyi i.Erysipelas,Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations el
the Skin, nuiuors and I)l8inic9 oftho Skin, of
whatever namo or nature, ore literally dug u;>
dad carried oat of the ayitom In a short time hy
tho UKO of these Hitter?. One bottle lu cncli
cases will convince- tho mott Incrcdulons of their
curative oflocts. "f
Cleanse tho Vlttatod Blood whenever yon find
tts Impurities bursting through thc skin In Pim?
ples, Emptions or Bores t cleanse lt when yea
find lt obstructed and sluggish In tho veins;
cleanse lt whoo lt ls foal, sud your fooling? will
tell yon when. Keep the blood pure and thc
*u>slth of the system will follow.
?PIN, TA PE sud othor WORMS, lurking hi
die system of so man y thonsands, aro cffcctually
Aestroyed and removed. For full directions, read
carefully the circular around each bottle
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. MoDONALTl ?
CO., Druggist? and Gen. Agents, Ban Francis?e
C?l"and S3 and 81 Commorco Street. New Tori:
D BY ALL DBUOQISTB AND DEALERS.
paailjUly OEIOER A MuGRF.OOR. Agents.
SPKCIAL. ATTKNTION given to tlmcol
lection of Cnniiueicial Paper, Interes
on State und Railroad bonds aiiu Stocks, am
Convort-ion "I Hato Secnritien. hv
Nov 28 fimo _ I* OAMRRILL; Broker.
Genuine imported ( ni neon. Abeynthe am
, Maraschino, w Vt-i.ij cK'a.
Book, Job and Newspaper ,
STEAM PR1MIXC EST A BLIS?I MEST
THE Proprietor of tho PHOENIX hun fitted np
and thoroughly fumiukod his office for the
execution of all kinda letlor proaa PRINTING.
Tho Type, Border,Bulo, Ornamenta, CutB,Xe.
are of MODERN STYLE and carefully ee Icc ted.
Tho rrcB6ee aro *3&0- of tho MOST
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ty-includ i')g Platea
Bed and ^?S^s*T Cylinder
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Professional Men, Merchants. Manufacturera
and Mechanics, supplied with any stylo work.
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With the LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho style, quality and coat of
work cannot fail to give satisfaction.
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Ordere from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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riilsia thoonlv^^g^?ii'//-^ijgf establishment
in the interior ^Sf>?>? ?' thn Htato,
where SHEET^g?^^^ POSTERS <tc.
can bo put up '^^)kwQw-f*b?? in stylo.
J. A. SELBY. ^^SuSXUr^r Proprietor.
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KBTABIJISIUBO ? tesa.
JOSEPH BEC KUA US,
1?04 Krnnkfora &TtB.M, -.' '? ?>':
: (Abooe Girard Avenue;) Philadelphia,
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CARRIAGES, HEWEBT STYLES*
CLARENCES, Landaus, Lundauleta, dose
Coaches, Shifting qr. Conchen, Coupes,
Barouches, Pbrctune, Rockaways. , HoareeB,
&o'., suitable for private family and public use.
Work m an ph ip ami finish second to nono in tho
oonntry. Fine and Tarted stock on band
oo > ipi o te tl and in tho wolta.. Orders romivo
prompt and pcraonal alt cul ion. ' All work
warranted. -, March 23-2mo
1AA CA8ES Mott A Chanson's OH AM
IMV.I PAGNE8. iuflt reoeivod, and offered,
in consequence of cessation of noamuieo, at
much reduced ratea.. For aal? by .
March 25 ' GEO. BYMMBB8.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R.R
COLOMBIA, 8. C.. April 3,1871.
tho following BChodulo: ' UH /
MALI. TBAIH-GOIHO NORTH. Gomo BOUTII,
- STATION H. AC BIT?. LEAVE. AnillYB- LZ?VX.
Charlotte 7.S0 pm 5.80 am
Chester G.03 pin 5 OG pin 10.14 atu 10/17-am
Winnub'ro 8.00 pm 8.20 pm 11.67 am 12.00 ia
Columbia 12,39 pm 12.48 pm 2.TB pm 2.80 pm
AuguBta. . 8.00 am 7.60 pm
EIPHESB Taxi*-G oura NOBT?. * Gowo SOUTH.
ARRIVE. LEAVE. AUMVE. T/EAVK.
Charlotte 5.30am-v iv . ?t? ' 8.00nm
.Cheater 2.69 am 8.02 am 10.25 pm 10,28 pm
Winnsb'o 1.20 am 1.22 am 12.03 am 12.D5 am
Columbia 10.52 pm 11.04 pm 2.20 am '2:82 am
Augusta 6.00 pm 7:80 am "?
IM No night traine wilt leavo Charlotte, Au?
gueta or intermediate pointa on Sunda j e.
J. M. SELKIRK. SuperintendenL.,
Jft. R. DORSEY, Qen?r?l Ticket''Agent. ' " '
Change of Schedule.
Bourn OAHOUHA BAJLBOAU COMEAHT, .
CoLLMiiiA, H. C., january 1?, 1671.
Leave Charleston at. ....8.20 am
I rrivo at Columbia at: : ;u i? t : .vi'.1.. 3.40 pm
Leave Columbia at..... v... t>..12.16 p m
Arrive at Charleston at ...^ .7.60 pm
Leave Camden, Bundaya excepted, at.9.CO am
Arrive at Kin grill o at:..:.'..... .1.20 p m
Leave King vii lo, Bundey* escaped, at. 2 30 p m
Arrive at Camden at.,?.0.00 p m
The above Traine run in connection with
Wilmington, Columbia abd Auguata Railroad,
connecting with Train? for Wilmington, North
Carolina, and with Traisa for AngQMa, Geor?
gia-making close conned iona with . Night
Trains of Georgia Railroad and Central Bail
road, for all pointa South and Weat.
TBAIN No. 2-NIGHT EXT-BKES.
(Sunday Night excepted.)
Leavo Charlea ton at. .7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at_.6.00 a m
Leavo Columbia at. . ;...... .7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston ai...'.0.45
Thia Tram runs in connection with Up Au?
gusta Trains, making close connection with
Georgia and Central Railroads. J . -.; '
A. L. TYLER, Vjce-Preaident.
B. B.'PICKINB, General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, ti. C., Manon 1,1671.
schedule will bo run daily, SnnSaya excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on Routh Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Traine
going North and South ou Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:.
Leave Colombia at.....:'.. 700a.m.
" Newberry. -..'..11.16 a. m.
" Cokesbury.r..3.00 p.m.
" BtltoH.fi.OOfp. m.
Arrive at Greenville_.6.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville ot,. 6.16 a. m.
" Cokesbury..,.'.10.07 a.m.
.? Abbeville..-8.15 a.m.
" Alston.. 4.05 p. m.
Arr?-.o at Colombia.5.66 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BAnTLETT, O cn oral Ticket Agent.
. Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. B. CO.,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C.. Januar 25,1671.
AnnrvE. LEAVE. ABBOT, LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 a ni 8.00 pm
8 a Hahn ry 8.08am' 8.13am 10.81 p rn.10.S0 p m
Gr'n?b'oll.05amll.20am 1.90 am 1.45 a m
CoSbopl2 50pm 1.05 pin 2.57 am 8.17 am
Uilleb'ro 2.28 pm 2.33 pm 4.27 am 4.29 am
Raleigh 5.12 a m 6.88 a m 7.10 a m
Goldeboro 10.55 a m
Goldsboro Express.? a hf nil. fl 00 p m
Raleigh S.4? a m 6.ES p m 7.40 a to
Hillebrol 1.07 a m 11.10 p m lO.bO a m 10.02 a m
Co Shop 12 30p ra 12.60 pm 11.12 am 11.45 am
Gr'nel/o 2.10p m 2.20 pm 1.10*a m 2.00 am
Balisb'ry 6.15p m 5.20pm] 4.50 am 4.65 a m
Charlotte 7.56 pm | 7.80am
Jan 27 W. H. GREEN, Mas. Trans.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
rrnssm-rtr-- Leave Anderson.4:20 P. M.
" Pendleton. 5 20 ?.
" Parryville.COO "
Arrivent Walhalla.7.00 .-.'?
Leave Walhalla.3.30 A. M.
" Pondleton..'.......6.80 .'
Arrive at Anderson....6.16 "
Waiting at Anderson one honr for thc arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Hoad.
Joly 81_W. H. P. PAILLARD, Sup,
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Boad
ESWPESS^^r?'ON *?d ?tter the. 24U>
W^ wrSr instant, tba raaaenger
Tral?B aili go down on MONDAYS; WEDNES?
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Ppartanbui'g
Court House, at 7.20 A. Mk, and arriving at
Alaton 1.35 P. M. . :.?-i
Returning on TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS
and SATUR!) AY8, wttl leave Alston at 9.50 A.
M., and arrive at Spart anim r rr at 8.40 P. M.
_THOMAS B. JETER. President.
Thief Proof Drawer?*.
THE undersigned have roceivod tho Agency
of these DRAWERS. Thty are (he one
thingneeVulforthept-0-i ' ? nwi*.# ?aV
teetion af every store ano Y\ALUW/>yk ?
shop in Columbia, af- IMPROVED-i I
fording a euro protec T^ . I ' " I
lion from tho liRht-fln- TlLL LOCKS DRAWERS
gered gentry. For sale - - ra,
rpw.to nv-vnr ? . FAIRBANKS et CO., ?L
JOHN AGNEW A BON, asnt-ra, . B
^te^ 252 Broadway, N.Y. B