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"Let our Just Censure
Attand tue True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA. S. 0. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23. 1*71.
VOL. VII-NO. 30.
A correspondent of the New- York
Wqdd, ? Baiting' fegp JLog?taBi, Teva?,
tbua( jntprmpU -tho sjleefcioa,, pf , ?f?.
Greefoy cleliver -the openicg address
at-ttiei^xasEa?r. BftTBV,nv ' 'V1
"lt -*h?y b?^ tWon]fAt :up ?,oVth 'tha?
Mr.' (Iv?eley ?itt bro c got ont life ra'by
theBadioal carpet-baggers, wfao(...are:be.
t!_I I_^_I - ll... .n_ti/>n *?\ Vin?.?*
mi?tofc?." Hetfame ablely at th? solicita
ti?ni>oliihe: ?tataiFair. Assdoioticm <?l
Texaj3,.whbi.inqta8gd him f?&flO in their
letter Af invitation. -That naaooiatiojgi?s
o?mposed of about a,' huhdr'ed. ci ti zone
ol'thfs-'c?ty; -?V?ry -ihan'iof 'Whom is a
Demoqrat. ., Tb orar - is* cot a Badical con
nQQtcd..Wt.-i ? itt ?or, white liadicula. are
rare birds in thia a-soUon, and never neu
t?f the ?e?stl' r?ppsotabi?i^y, . B?ciaJIy at
otherwise; Tho" bringing bl him hero
was. fi ret suggested by the pr?sident' of
the, association,,' Colonel J, I. Brady, a
prrirainnnk Texn^ Pemon^t .ftttd .politir
clamas welt as agriculturist.. The sug?
gestion was ' earned at once aird ''unani?
mously. It was thought that his coming
would have ft gxeafc: ofmot: first, to ad?
vertise,the Texas State Fair; and, se?
condly, to open the eyes of the people
or^he^Nor'th' to a thing br two to which
the ey GK of many of them uro now abut;
Baasonod tl\oy:i_\ 'The pebpld- of; tho
North exe,now- under the bpllaoipation
that 'a""Northerri man, beirJg Badioal,
oannot come boro without being Ku
Klbxod.- Mr. Greeley ls the' mt??fc pro -
minent cR adi cab in the North, tilt he
comes, he will be feted here, umbali nlong
bia l\ne,of,travel through ihej?outh.
This will open'the1 ?yes of the North' to
the grant' wrong !'QS?f'?o:Jxxal' . Itwas i
?troite- . o? statesmanship) on i the part ? of
the; association., .Mr, Grooloy bsa, per?
mitted A good -D?mocratie argument, to
b'6 man? 'Of himself. ' Ben. Butler was
too'sharp to be-cdaght lu'that way when,
bo rofnaed to gontma'smelling commit?
tee to hunt np alleged Eu Kips ou tr?ges
in?the South. But then Greeley is a.
true niau and ? 'ip a trio b, and the* Evil
Eye grqbably,:ia. not?j It would be a god?
send ?to ^he j Badic^ala If Mr. fl re eley
should^'it?su? ted bore, and nb doubt
thon sands of them heartily wish that he
may>bo. - But they will be aurel/ disap?
pointed.-'' ??l fcjsori HAW ?.lil?iu'i?..ilC]'
-fl toi i iiiiu'<l ?Wa--<. M;t T?,
THE KU KLUX CO M mm-:^-Tho re?
port of .' rtho. proceedings- ot .. tb o .joint
committee, apppiuted ta iaqnire iato' th'o
alleged o u tE? goa. at the S o? th t tv h ioh waa
Kent, out from: iuerQ; hy telegrap h onlEri
day??8[ Imperfect - ira i!maay< important
. pnrtLaularovnud conqoals. material foote,
-whioXvAce? ne?esaary i io a perfect under-.
standing of the case. - .v:. :lo l
ur- T> J.._* - ?. - i - - ?t_ ? i .
-. it?.. ?p^l"HV"Vl> 'Ml iWWUUUU IU VUIO
effect:, jThot tho trna objects ?and intent
With which this.joiotcommitteewns ap?
pointed,was to wpertaini byiperaonaliex
arflinatipu.aud tho Palimony of witnesses
itftkpn'r&jbi ; tho i respective localities, the
.tauet condition'iqf affaira ia the -States ?
lately ju iu^urreqiiou,,and that any:re?
port to bo made to Congress .Should'.be
s??bM?ed.' <A f?J"" i. iii
.^.Thiswfair.and; vankj proposition, pre
.dicatpd. -u'ppu. the- ?etioni ojti Congress,.
. -wasy.-Roted. down .bya-striot party tdi
- vision, r-twelvq, J^epublioan? io.'maven
Memqorats^H. iii "?vfiAMtiif?iU 1 . nu fed :
Mr? Xoqrhees.proposed, that the legal
mles o.f ? ovidoqee.; which.prevail in the
oqqrta, .o?; -tho. ?V pited States eb o ubi
govorn tpe .committee, and aob-comm?t
tee iib their iuvo?tigatioii9/ . i?
The BepublioAna refused^ hy the esme
iVAtOi ,to b,0. govern od, iby any .snob, mles
;Qfevidence ag or? upi vere al ly rec og u i zed,
but claimed ?ie rfght. to uiske their own
.regulations, and JP: toko toatimony as
they doe med most : expedient1 for party
purposes.?,?,i -i bstl'l - *. -i-?b'
?? Mr. Van .Trump thou offered o resola
tiou dooUwiug ithat iitxoro. rumor, and
wbob ia ls no wa'as, beareay. testimony in
tho courts, obou!d he exqtudodi ; '
rji Thia motion - waa* defeated,, aa the
other a had beep, becauao tho Badioa)s
roly.'en tiroly upon fabrica tod reports and
zn m ors to make. np. i tb olr catalog b e > ol
"outrages''ion kpoliticfti oonsamption. M
. : These i 1 lust ra tiona /w|ll serve to show
tho opirit which animates the majority,
r? after refusal to go Sooth, and their ap?
poininrent oin ?o'mmi&tee io sit here and
manufacturo tea ti mo ri y, aa waa done last
winter,-by summoning tho very raffia tm
and vagabonds who bad' .committed tjbo
. Only crimea which bad disflgured certain
' localities iu Nur,Lh Carolina, ' Hence, ifc
is eany' lo foreshadow' Wnst course this
snb-copimittt?o will ' purono, which hus
takon? r?cess until the 1st of June,
wheu;Mr.:Scotti and his' aasooiatea" will
! repent"'-1 the 'disbreditabls,l^^bs?d?Dl?a
wbi?h are already embodied in a report
remarkaWo phly for tho aba?noe of. oan
doh ?ommon joBtice atjd trothinluess.
' Thia crusade against ten millions Q?
wiri t? m?ff?*6m 'Q?ut?rerri1 broth re di "
?s'tU?t arja hypobritlcally called in some
^dnarlers-^is prg^niiecr witH ap animps
.'of hostility, h.ttd'.with a deaignto. miete
> prestos. ! Houpe, they aro denied the
-tommo?<rhle?iW jU?ftipe' :sha 'ate tp 'be?
' tried bjf tUJntjr-of ' partissSs, < 'expressly
paoked to COUVlct^-5-Washington Patriot. '.
. .-. .i;;a'-,'^"4?i-, ?>?-. ?
The weH Wown elebtriolan,UO. ?r. .Varr
loy, n?s sdggis?fed the novel theory*that
earthquakes may be doe'to subterranean
lightning. Ho states that just before;
the1 'earthquake which waa felt in'Eng
. . j Und. on M ar oh 17t ppwerf al positive Aur
.Ironts of electricity-were rushing toward :
.*ED?'aod.-t.lir'oagh the tTvo.Atlactic ??bles j
.which are broken near, tho Newfoundland 1
obast., ,. . , . . ,
.:'Th(s i? fron\'ihe Louisville Courier
Journab-Ai Cincinnati paper.says "tho
great valley of the lower Mississippi waa
scooped out to oarry vastly larger bodies
of water than it .bears at prosent."
. Certainly it was, and. it would have
vastly larger bodies of water to oarry Jf
Cincinnati didn't' poison so much of it
and sell it for whisky. ,
Eating dat?s is one way of consuming
. . Compiora triumph. over COHNS nod BU?
NION U bj Mona. BEUGER, who/ djaoovoredi
lat. Tho ?aturo of .Corna. . 2d.'-Their dis?
solvent. Sd. Thoir permanent curd: Thoa*
diaoovorios aro the happy result of years of
BtudV and pVaoitoe. ; For' particnlarsj' apply
over tho OUizens' Savings Bank, from 9 to 12;
.arid'from 2 to 1 o'clock, kt Hondr?x ITodab.
j ;tfayic.: :" _' ' ' '';
A Few AVort?" io tim Lao ic?.-iiany la?
dies, particularly rapthere nursing, complain
?of a tired,- liatlosa tooling, or completo.ex?
haust ion, nn arising in tho morning. On the
I wife tan d motlier dovolvca tho -responsibility
of [regulating tho duties o? tho household.
Her caren are numerone, and the mental aa
well tho physical powere aro frequently
called into requisition. Bho often tinda her
slightest' occupation a weary task and oxlst
oncoa burdon, while-' at the ?amo- timo she ;
has no regular disease. HoBtetter*B Stomach
?ittorsi if resorted to at tide period, will
^rbv?'KTr'U?failinp T?medy for thi? armoring
lassitude.' Tho effects- of t??a potent agent
are eo?h' e??en in the rosy qhcok. a'dd^olaBtic
step Of tho hoad bf tho family, uti; with ro
ptorcd health.and renewed spirits, she takes
?ter, accustomed place in tho family pir?le, ll
his friend in peed bo regularly used, tho HO
t?oprcaftiri^ symptoms will rever bo" com
Elained of, and not only would lust-it udo not
o experienced, Imt many disoases following
its advent-be avoided. As a medical agent,
it baa np equal, while its pleasing favor and
healthful eil ec tn have made it a general favor?
ito. ' lt'is freo from all properties calculated
to impair the system, and itu operations aro
Stones mild, soothing and efficient.. All who
ave upert'tho Bitters attest its virtues and
commend it to use. May 17f G
uv i CONSUMPTION, < ?
ITS- CURB AND ITS PREVENTIVE,
.tn- BT ff. H. SOI?KWCK, Itt. ?.
MANY a''human being bas pasa ed away, ;
:for whoso death there was no other rea- .
JaoU ihftU tho neglect qt known, and inflispnt
r?hly?proven means of cum. Those'near, aad
d?ar to family aud' friends 'axe ale'oping" Tho
dreamless slumber into which, hud they darm
ly adopted i . *? -
.-:'?. OH. JOSEPH H. StllKNCIt'S'"'
. SIMPLE TREATB?ENt. ;;
'k rfd 'availed th'emsel ve s of his wonderful effl
caoiona medicines, they wonld not have fallon..
f>r.'. nqhqnok. n&s..in his ,own caso< proved
that wherever sufficient vitality remains, that
"vitality/by his medicines and his directions
for their U30,'?H qaiokerVed into1 healthful I
vigor. Ml : '.:> '-... I iim s : ' '
y .tn this st ft tqment.there ie nothing 'prnsump
tuouH. . To thq-faith of tho invalid ?sjmad? no
rep'ruadntation that i's pot', a thousand times
substantiated hy living and1 visible ' works.
The.theory of th? euro by Dr.'Bohenek's me
-dictu-o ia asejmple as it ia unfailing.'? ilta'pbi
loson?i v rr a ii ir CH pp ftrSI?mOSlt; . It ??!?-?S
.' Tho Seaweed Tonio and.Mandrake Pilla are .
the 4 rat two we apo no with Wl)i"h the pitadel
pf the malady is assailed. (Two-thirds of the
ea'B?t, of consumption' originate in dyspepsia
and a fudotion ally disordered liver. With this
condition the.'bronchial tubbs "sympathise"
?With the qtpmaoh. ThoJ respond to the mor
biUo fiction of the liver. Hore, thon, oomea
tua culminating result, and the setting in,
with all its distressing symptoms; of '
b;?\ iii CONSUMPTION'. ' ?
i Tho MandraUo Pillo aro composed of ona of '
. nature's noblest gifts-the Podophillnm Pel
tatam. 'Jfhoy pouaese all t,ho blQ.?4-search?
ing, alterative .properties of .calomel; but, un?
like calomel, they
"LE.'.YE HO "TI P.' G BBfliKTD.''
,Tho work Of euro is now beginning. . The
vitiated and mucous deposits .io the bowels
a, nd ia the alimentary canal are ejected. The .
Wer,'Uko a clock, is wound np. It arouses
from ita torpidity. Th o' s ?om ach acts rr apon
aively,- and the patient begins to feel that he
iagetUqg,*Vlaat,.. "'. ? .
"A 8?ITLY OP GOOD II L, tl OU. .
,. Tho.SoiWMd Tonio, in ccu junction .with tho
rills, permeates and assimilates with the food.
Chyltflcatlon in now progressing without its
?rreViou* tortnroa. Digestion becomes pain
ess,- and ibo' cure is eeento bo ot hand,
iffhere ta no more flatnlenoe, no exacerbation j
cf the atomaoh. An appetite sets in.
' N?tf comea the greatest Blood Purifler ever
.yet.given by an Indulgent father to Buffering
man. Sohonck'u Pulmonic Syrup cornie in tu
oerform ita functions and to hasten und ?em?
pi?te the'cure. It enters at once upon its
work. Mature cannot be cheated. It collects
and ripens the impaired and diseased portions
of the longs. In the form of gathering*, it
prepares them for expectoration, and lol in a
very short time, tho malady ie variqnlsbed.
the rotten throne that it occupied is renovated
and made new, and the patient, in all the dig?
nity of regained vigor, steps forth to enjoy
the manhood or the womanhood that was
?:?'.. . .. . oiVK'.J UP AS I.OST. '
'fh? BSoqnd thing ia, the patiente muet stay
in a * arru room nntii they get wall; it ia al?
most impossible to prevent taking cold when
tho lunga are diseased, -but it must be pre?
vented, or a cure oannot be effected. Fresh
; air and riding ont, especially in this section
i ot tho country in the fall and winter season,
are all wrong. Physic i ?.na who recommend
that course lose their patients, if their IUD gs
' ara badly diseased, and yet, beoanae they are
I ifi t lib' house, they' must notait down quiet;
they, moat walk about the room aa much and
aa fast as the strength will bear, to get np a
gjbqd circulation of j blood. The pa ti on te
taust keep in good- spirits-be determined to
get well; This has a groat deal to do with the
appetite, and ie tho great point to gain. .
To despair of cure afters neb. evidence of its
possibility in the worst oases, and moral cer?
tainty in all others, is sinful. Dr. SohonoVe
personal statement to tho Faculty of his own
caro was in thesq modest Worda: . . . I
.. f 'Many years ago I was io the last ?tages of'
consumption; confined to my bed, and atone
time my physicians thought that leonid not
live a week; then, Uko a drowning man catch?
ing at-straws, I heard of and obtained the
-preparations which I now offer io tho pnblio,
aod they made a perfect onre of ino, lt
aeemsd tu-me that I oould feel them penetrate
my vf bolo ? system. They soon ripened tho
matter in roy Innge, and I would spiknp moro
than a pint of offensive .yellow matter every
morning fora long time.
"As soon as that began to snbsido, my
cough, fever, pain and night sweats all bogan
to leave me, and my appetite became so groat
that it was with difficulty that I could Jceep
from eating too much. I aoon gained my
strengtbi and have grown in fieah over
.*I was weighed shortly after my rocovery,"
added tho Doctor, "then looking Uko a mero,
skeleton; my weight was only ninoty-sevon
pounds; my present woight is two hundred
?ni twenty-nve [Wj, poond?, and for yeara 11
nave enjoyed uninterrupted Leal th." >.' . ?.
Dr. Schenek bas discontinued ibis profes?
sional vlBits to Neve York and Boston. Be or
His son, Dr. J. H. fe'oh en ok, Jr., still ' continue I
to seo patients at thoir office, No. 15 North
Sixth street,,.Philadelphia, every Saturday ,
from OA. kl. lo 3 P. M. . Those whowish a
thorough examination with tho lt espir?me ter I
will bo charged ?5. The Respiromoter de?
clares tho exact condition of .tho lungs, and
patients can readily loam whether they aro
cur&ble or not.. i .
The directions for taking tho medicines nfp
adapted to the intelligence even of a child.
Follow these directions, and kind nature will
do tho rest, excepting) that in some caaes tho
Mandrake Pilla aro to be taken in increased
dotes; the throe medicines need no other ac?
companiments than tho emple instructions 1
that accompany them: First croata appetite.
Of returning health hnnuen ia .tho moBt wel?
come symptom. When it ,comes, as it will
como, let the dcepaiilng at once be of good
cheer. Good blood at once follows, the cough
loosens, the night eweat is abated. In a
short time -both of these morbid symptoms
are gone forever.
Dr. Hohcnck's medicines are constantly kept
in tens of thousands of families. As a laxa?
tive or purgative', the Mandrake ' Pills aro a
standard preparation; whilo tho Pulmonic
Hy rup, aB a curer of coughs and cold p. may bo
rpjrarued as'a prophylactorio against con-'
sumption in any of its form p. '."
Tnoo of tho Palmo nie Syrup and Seaweed,
Tonic, $1.50 a bottle, or $7.00 a half dozen. 1
Mandrake Pills, 25 cents A box. For sale by J
all druggists and dealers. 1.
JOHN F. BSN RT,
8 Gallego Place, Now York, Wholesale Agent.
Nov 10_ ? ? '? ?_tly
'. 4 VOID WACKS-A victim of early in-1
XJL discretion, causing nervous debility, pro
maturo decay, Ac, having tried in vain every
advertised remedy, has a simple means of
self-cure, which he will send freo to his fellow- ]
aufferors. Address J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
street. Now York. _? : < Dco23t0mo
JU Kt) IC AL,. ' t" '
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER. .
E38AY3 FOR YOUNG MEN. on great so?
cial evils and abuses, which inte'sfero
with M Anni AOE, with euro moans df'relief for
tho erring and nnfortunato, disoasec1 and de?
bilitated. Sent in t caled letter envelopes.
Tree of chargq.. Address HOWARD BANITA
11Y AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 8outh Ninth
street, Philadelphia!, Ph. -" May 14 Brno
FOR SAI.I?-75 feet nf, good. Shelving, and I
4 fino Counters, 18 feet long. Apply to
May5 ? .? .0.8WAFFIELD.
OTT?.Y sic t?. o oyxv'oAxt?s can ho had I
at all tht.cn, and iu ?ny quHuiii v. or
i.JTan 21 - "JP ' ' E. HOPE
' ' Hot Springs, Bath Coun.ty, Va.
TBIS renowned watering'plac? Will bo
opened for the - reception bf visitors
Juno 1. . til .. >*vt ;. : . ! i
Its waters are oelobrated for their euaATIVE
YIETUEH in tho treatment bf various diseases,
such as Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor
of the Livor, Gbroni? -Enlargement of the
Liver or Spleen. Chronic Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Non-OrgBBio Paralysis. Old Injuries,
Affections of The Skin, especially, bf Syphilitic
origin, Chronic Diseases of'tho Uterus, Ac.
Tho Baths vary1 In temperature from 80V to
HOI Fahrenheit. >..'!?
Board $8.00 por day, $20 00 pei week, $73
Telegraph Office at the'ETotel.
Prof. J. li. OAUKi.r,, M. D., of the Unlvereity |
Of Virginia,'.Resident Pbyeictsn. '
TB08. lt. PBIOE * CO.,
S.O. TARDY AGO..
Proprietors, Richmond, Va.,
Or. J. A. AUGUST, Manager, Mot Springe,!
Bath Conn ty. Ya.-_May 12 t0
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
,j G Ii KEN URI Eli, WEST VIRGINIA.
TBESE Springs, famous for their alterative I
waters and fashionable patronage, will bo
open on the 13T pf JUNE. They afford ac?
commodations for 2,000 persons.
? The oars of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rath
road run to the Springs.. Excursion tickets,
at Iqw rates, will be furnished in the principal
cities. North rind South. , " , ' .
These Springs are 2.000 feet above tide?
water, and tbs climate in Which they are situ?
ated is always cool and invigorating, affording
entire relief from prostrating ?nmmer heall
Prof. Rosenborger's excellent Band will be
in attendance, to enliven the Lawns and Ball
Room. nt.*!?? .. . '.' "'
Maaqnerade and Fanoy Balla during the sea?
son, aa heretofore, 4 ..
An extensive Livery will be kept at very1
moderate eh arces.
CHAHOE5.-$o per day, and ?7? per month of
thirty days. Children under ten years of ag? [
and colored'servants,half pride; white ser?
vants according to accommodations.
Pamphlets in reference to the medicinal |
value of tho water, routes to-the Springs, otc.
may bo had froo ot charge.
May 12 fUno' GEO. 1?, PEYTON A OO.
1PREPARED to meet the requirements of
. the growing infant, containing the phos?
phates and all the health-giving properties of
the finest wheat.. Much of the suffering,
sickness and ( mortality- among children Ta
traceable to deficient nutrition. Mothers will
take heed and buy the' proper food. For sale,
by - ' HEINITSB,
May Cf_ Druggist.
Medicino for Children.
DIARRHOEA CORDIAL for bad Bowels and
Pains from Toothing, Cholera Morbus,
Ao. . An elegant medicine bo BOO the -and cure
Diseases of the. .Bowels. A real friend to
mothers and nurses. Only 25 cents a bottle
For sale only at ' HEINITSB/S;1
May O f ; '- ' Drug store.
For Kent, .
TBAT desirablo WAREHOUSE, adjoining j
tho Greenville and Oolnmbia Railroad, 1
formerly ocoupiod. by Messrs. Blakoly A|
Gibbes; size 120 by 40 feet. . For terms, apply
to B. J. BOONE, Agent,
MaySlt At Offieo of E. W. Selbels A Co.
Pickled Moats, &c.
TBIS DAY RECEIVED:
' FDLTON MARKET ROUNDS,
Pulton Market BEEF,
Pig Pork, IT I
Davis* Diamond Bams, . -
Forria' Sugar-cured Strips,
Extra Beet Tongues
Smoked Boer, : ? ", .
Something uaw every dav. to try and please
our patrons. ?EO. 8YMMERK.
The Kxchanece House
?wa BA8 beon overhauled and re-arranged
WM for tho Spring and Hummer. Iced bevo
Wm ragos compounded at short notioe.
May S PAY8INOER A FRANKLIN.
A fine eummor tonio is Hattorfs Bitters
oan bo bad at POLLOCK'S.
BIX ON M?
j M.'.'I: i.<l
HORSE POWERS, ?
" FAN MILLS,
AND all hindu lateat IMPROVEMENTS IN
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, at
wholesale and retail. '
Our imercat in, and association with, manu?
factories, ia such that we oan make closer
figures, and give better gooda, tban any
bouae iu this country can do in tbia lino.
ONLT THY aud wo will convinco you.
May 23_L?RICK tc LOWRANCE.
REMOVAL.' , ; . ;
Entire' New Stock.
1' THE undersigned respectfully informs
T? his customers that ho has REMOVED to
tho new store, on Main street, directly
HiIopiiosUo tho Columbia lietel, and is full v
prepared with an entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to flt out a gentleman in tho very
LATEST FASHION. Ho has secured tho
latest and best styles of .CLOTHS. CA88I
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS generally. Call at tho new stand and
select a suit, or leavp your oidor and have it
made to ino asuro. 0. D. EBERHARDT.
M. H. BERRY'S
? Plain Street, near Main. ??
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac
toriea of Now -York, BoBton,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
,,_ largest assortment of FDR
N ?TUBE ever kept in thia market, cnn e i st ing
in part of Walnut Parlor Cb amber and Din
tng-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, .the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
AU kinds or MATTRESSES niado to ordo?.
UPHOLSTER INO and REPAIRING done at
shortest bo lice and in the beet manner.
> Torros cash and Gooda cheon. Oct SA
ICAN furnish LIME at Depot at Walhalla,
8. Ci' for H CO per barrel. Address,
il REV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, 8. G.
jr.-.l. nn *
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
OFFICE over W. C. Fisher's Drug Store,
opposite Columbia Hotel. Main street. M av '2
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
fgenerally: Orders filled carefully and prompt
y.; . _ . Feb 7 lyr
DR. D. Li BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
his patrons and tho public gc
' uerally that he bas moved into
his new office, over Durne A Chapman's Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where he
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bis pro?
fession demands. Terms accommodating.
BREAKFAST BACON STRIPS. Sugar-cured
Shoulders, Smoked and Pickled Tongues,
for nala low by_E. BOPE.
-| f\f\ CASES Moet A Chandon's CHAM
WJ\J PAGNES, Just received, and offered,
in onneequonoe of cessation of hostilities, at
much reduced ratea. For sale by
Maroh 26 GEO. BYMMFRS.
Early dali for Best Stereoscopic Views.
AFINE assortment of VIEWS in Germany,
California, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland,
Scotland, tbs River Thames, near London:
also, io the United Stfttos; Statuary, colored
and plain. Also, Stereoscopes, some low
?riced, for sate at Blt Y AN A McOARTER'S
ookatore._?__._May 9 I
? /\ TONS COTTON SEED MEAL. Excel
lent for manure. EDWARD BOPE.
May 13 ._
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF the moat approved st vies, can be ob?
tained at I. BULZBACUERS establish?
ment, Main stroet, Columbia Hotel Row.
Sets and half sets in great variety. Also,
solitaire and cluster DIAMONDS. SPECTA?
CLES and EYE-GLASSES to suit all ages.
Scythes and Grain Oradles.
2DOZ. superior GRAIN ORADLES.
10 doz;. Griffin's Grain and Grass Scythes,
j ant received and fut salo low by
May 17_JOHN AOf^EW A SON.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN preferenco to London Porter and Scotoh
Alu. Wlij? They know it is unadulter?
ated. March* IP
Soda and Mineral Water.
THE FOUNT is open for the season, with
choice syrups, made from puro juice of
the fruit. HETSE'S CONFECTIONERY.
CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS, Just
?j\ f\t received and for salo low by
May ll JOnN AGNEW A SON.
SODA, Walnut, Bn?w Drop, Butter, Fancy
Farmer,. Ginger, Balmoral, for sale hy
Marni, S E. HOPE.
STOCKS, BONDS ?Mil COlirONH bought
and sold by D. GAM BRI LL. Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo_
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for sale low._E. HOPE.
Seegers' Beer is Fore.
IT! don't contain Copperas, Salt, Limo or
Alum. '_March ll j
Meals furnished at all hours at POLLOCK'S.
PRICE |^ ,
Spring and Summer Clothing,
AT .. ?'. ;
E. & W. C. SWAFELELD'S.
WE hav j the largest retail stock in th?
State, and, anxious to ' reduce . it, .Trill
sell it at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Tho stock is unbroken,.and the best stock
we have over handled.
Now HATS, of a desirable Btyle, Just re?
ceived. ' 'i?. < KI
This reduction will apply also to our CUS?
TOM DEPARTMENT. Hay 16 i
.f i V i ti , . . -_-.il? J''. I'M . .'
. . :?t]Jj ? . 1 . . ?
' NI n- ,du'
MAY. bo obtainod by calling at ISAAC
of those justly4-Celebrated-'ELGIN'
WATCHES, andWhere7 yon can find b
complete stock ol Diamonds, Jewelry,
, Silver and Plated; Ware.of tho best
[?manufacture. In addition aro fho
United Stat?a/ W?ltbam, English and SW?BB
Watches in G old atad Silver Caaos. whieThTwRl
bo closed out at New York pricea. " .i' .
Constantly on hand fine Qold Chains, Seal
Hinge, Chai ms,Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Beta,
and a varied, etock of Fancy' Articles." "
-All kinds of Repairing (lone prompt! v, and
warranted, by ISAAC SULZBAGHEB,
April 27_Under Columbia Hotel.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to tho now
hnilriincr. trrmu?H>?*ly Sc"??i Q? .
llanne'y's Hall, and, With a new
^ /stock bf CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ano Uno BORSES, are prepared tb an?
swer all calls that 1 may be made upon them.
Horses .bought and sold en commission.
Persons in want of good stock, are invited to
give da a call. Liberal' advances made obi
stock left for sale. ' BOYCE* CO. :
'OW! H. BOTOS. . (:!.. . Ms!
O. H. PBTnyonx.. V ... Jan 24:
Guns, Pistole, Etc.. . ;
I INFORM my, friends and
auhlio in genprat that I have
Just received an entire new
??stock of Dnuble and Sib gio Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,1
Pistol-Belts, Caps., Buok-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pietols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice. *
Opta_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
RAGS RIO 'COFFEE, for sale low to
de?loreby EDWARD BOPE.
T> AMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch* Whiakey, 8Ir
Xii Robert Burnett's Old Tom ' Gin, Otard,
Dnpny, Cognac Brandy. Duff Gordon's Pale,
Sherry, South-side Madeira Wine, - London
Dock Port Wine, .Hibbert's London Porter,
MoEweu'a Scotch Ale. The above direct from
the importers and warranted pure..
For sale by 1 EDWARD HOPB.
To Bent, ,:
ADESIRABLE STORE,,on Main street,
near the corner of Blandina, .For terms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22 HENDRIX A BRO.
FAN MIL-LS, "-'
QBAIN CRADLES, ,",
MOWER?, and ali kinds Harvesting Machines 1
on hand and for sale at lowest pi ices in the
market. ? y
We o?R special attention to ont Horse?
power, which ls the best, power in use and
not high priced. With our experience in
planting, and the uso of agricultural imple?
ments and machines, together with our facili?
ties for having goods manufactured, we claim
wo can give lower figures, botter gooda and
bettor satisfaction than any otherhouso iri the
country. Sond for catalogue.
April 23 LORICR'A LOWRANCE.
Canned Goods. . .
ALA MODE BEEF. Veal, Wild Duck, fresh
Mackerel, frosh Salmon, Oysters,
Poaches, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Gagel
Plums. All of first quslity and full weicht.
For sale low. ? Kjji_i E. HOPE.
Rofl ned Oit
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pints and
quarts. For walo low. _E. HOPE.
01,1? BANK BIIJLB MUTIL.ATKD
CURREHOY bought and sold by .
Nov 23 Gmo ' !>. QAMBRILL. Broker.
Gnn and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celebrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, in kegs
and cannisters, ia now offered to merchants
and consumers at tho lowest market ratos, by
the undersigned, who are sole agonts for the
manufacturera at this place.
May 25_JOHN AGNEW A B?N.
Imported andDomoatio Cigars at POLLOCK S
"C11VE DOL^ARa will purobaso a share, in.
SJ clading a work of art worth flvo. dollars.
TTie Derby Farm Property to bo^latribnted
embrace* the largest Vineyard and Orchard
in the Sonihf
UNEQUALED CLIMATE! PEACEABLE
COUNTIIYI GENEROUS BOIU
Tho aalnbriojriB and health-giving climate of
Aiken has given it tho name of "Tho Saratoga/
of the South." . .. . . .7 j
?35.00O lb Premiums presented to Share*
herders. ;?r>. - - ?
U00 OOO in ?eal Estate and Greenback
Prizes to he disfributod to 8harc-holdcTs." * .
91 Beal Relate Prizer, worth from $800 to!
' 822 Greonback'Prizes, from *5 tb 11,000.
O ti ly 10,000 sharon xviii bo is sued. .
ONE SHARE INEVBRYTHIRTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE. . . .
This Real' Estate Property, con reyed by?
Deed of. Trust to the Committee whi are to
conduct tho Drawing, is to bo transferred by
them to the fortunato Sh arc-holders as soon
as the remaining shares are sold.
Tho Drawing will take place according to
tho published programme. - v ..
THE DAY OF THE DRAWING
Will be announced by telegram to the AGBO
dated Press. I"., - ~
. - A small eum invested now may secure a for?
; Every Share-holder may rest assured of
equal justice,.and that this Boheme, unlike
many others, ' ' .
IS "FAIR, SQUABS AND HONEST." f?
Money received after tho booka are closed
wilt bo promptly returned. Bot "full particu?
lars, as embraced in revised pamphlet ad- -
dross J. Ol DERBY, General Manager,
Hoy Bot NO. 884, Augusta, Ga.
tnr MR. J. MoO. THARIN, the agent at the
Association, eau be found for a short, time at
the omeo of Mr. D.GambrUL Main slr eel., ..
W? \ - S '?Sm
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
io 'f?? G?^T^E^p'-iKcos^ ?
GOODMANS" CLOTHING SAZAAB:
THIS if po ?humbug. Wo are'obhgeoVia>
dispose of aJLGflWa^ow.in.atoro.bT the
lat of, September, to man a chango in our
basin ees. T&ko notion, that each artice ts
marked RB coat in plain figures, from which
will be DEDUCTED TEN PER CENT. The
of new. .and seasonable goods at-'oar st?re.
Bear in mindi goode lO.per eena, below, coat*
at GOODMAN'S OLQTBINO. BAZAARj V
May 19 ' 1 ' V , . " _ ' ..
CHIPS FROM A GEB M AN WORKSHOP.
By Max Muller. <I . . . ;
Ghardia. pt Adventures in thc Desert .of
Sahara. lly G. Naph?gyi; M. D.. A. M. ftf?X
MotherleBk.br a Parisian Family. Bv au?
thor of John Halifax, il GO. M
The Silent partner. ; .By author Oateo Ajar.
. The Franco-Prussian War. . By Landon,
withl8 portraits and H maps. S1.7G.
Tho Empty Heart; a '.lovel. Bv' Marion
Harland, al 50. i. ?li ' V
. Climatesjsr Invalida. Ao. $1.25. ,
Giiii'o Baby; bia Dir th und J?iafoi times; ,a
Satire. tffc? . ' ^
The Bieters of Orleans; a Tale of Race and
Social . CoUihct. - AIBO, a number of new
novel? and .other publications, just received
at BRYAN A McOAHTKU'd ...
April 25 . _Bookstore.,
White's Gardening for the Booth? ?
.jg Y the late Wm. A. White, of- Athen?, Ga.
' HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER arid' MAR?
KET G AHDENER. ?I 50. ."
The Phosphate Rooka ot- South Carolina
their .History and Developments-Colored
Plates. n.25.. .?. , ,. ..
Six Sermons on Tomporanoo, by Lyman
. 8acred Rhetor lo; or a Conree of Lectures <m
Preaching, R. L. Dabnoy, D. D. il.Oft.
. . Any above eentlbymaiL , .J?. Ju ti
DUFFIE A OBAPMAN, Z ,
Fob 10_Opposite Columbia H?fel.
Oonutxy Batten , H
QA f\ POUNDS FRESH- COUNTRY BUT
! .. v. - Ixou BRANDIES, iv
S. CASKS James Hennessy*s 4 Bran denbury
Freres,BRANDIES, imported direct,. and
iBook of iiockH.'OlafctB ?n'd White Wises is
olude some of tbs moat ramona branda as-noU
as s?un*/otP4>ric?d iooda, Torna"
Marchas .... . GE?.Bl
;.:t? , For Stator'' i:!
3pAA ACRES of LAND In BarawoB,
,DUU ontheiEdiato. . . ?ij
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to. suit*
Saw Mill and 2,000 acres of Land in Lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, ?7,000.
" 2,500 sorea Wa te ree Bottom Land, (9 pr aero
2,500 acres crock bottom and pine Land, at
$2 nor acre. 1 Houeo in this city, $6,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND,, ne ar tho
oity-?8.50O.' Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,'
Attorney atLaw and Beal Estate Ages?.
Seo*.25_. . ' ? . '.i ": 17:
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUE9,J extra smoked BEEF.
Ferris FultOnMarket Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Hame.
. Sugar-cured Bacon Strips.
Pickled Salmon. ? . ?
Mess and No.1 Mackerel, Ao., all fresh to
hand. For aale by_GEO. SYMMBB8.
Halt Corn WMskety, .'
WARRANTED two years old. at
Fe* ai JOHN 0.8EEQER8'.