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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.
ThalUItramontanos of Goxmany b&vo
found a eolaco for tho Bollinger schism
in a deolaratfbn?f the Emperor' .Wil?
liam! mado tb a deputation of his Cutho
iio subjects while ho was. eojourning at
yersailles, in reply to an address in faxor
of the ipdep?ndericei'qf the1 Pope: .' T^e
Emperor's-reply, bat recently made pub?
lic, la Baid to have boon to tho foliowiug
?effept: ,VMy sentiments toward tue Pope,
as the religious sovereign of my. Catholic
' subj ??tey have always been the same. . I
look upon tho occupation of R?mo as au
act i?f .violence nugi arrogation on the
part of Italy, nnd, after tho terminatiou
of this, war, I will, in connection, with
other monarchs, consider upou, stepa to
be taken ag?inat it." "the war being ot
ari end, a supremo effort ia making'to
induce the Emperor to act upon his pro?
Father Hyacinthe baa addressed from
Borne a letter to Dr. Bollinger, in which
he says that tha. time of words is past
and that , of action, come. Tha letter
terminates: "Courage, great and noble
heart I Be. blessed for having offered
yourself spontaneously to the danger for
tho Hpuso of Israel. The strong ones
have disappeared from among us, and
have gone to rest, but Jehovah has
raised yon iri yoor old days for new com?
bats and new victories."
. Complete triumph.over C0RN8 and-BU?
NIONS bj Mo OB, BERGER, who discovered,
1st. The nature of Corns. 2d, Their dis?
solvent/ Sdr Their permanent curel Thofio
discoveries or'o tho happy result of years ot
study and pructico. For particulars, apply
. ovcr.tho Oit?Koiie' Savings Bank, from 9 to 12;
and from 2 to 1 o'clock, at Hendrix House.
May 16 '
The most lasting, agree?
able, and*refreshing of all
p?rfumes, for use on the i
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in tiie Bath. ; For sale *
by ali Druggists and Fer- I
fuiners7i: . . 8
: 8ept l7 ' ? '. ; . . . *
?' MEDICAL. /
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER. \
ESSAYS FOB'?OUNO MEN, on groat 80r
cial evils ind abuses, which interfere
with M Anni AOK, with sure means of relief for
the erring and unfortunate, diseased and do- I
bilitatod. Bent in eealed letter envelopes,
free of oharas. Address HOWARD 8AN?TA
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth
street, Philadelphia. Pa._May li 3mo I
noTTON SEED oil. OAK? can be had I
\J at all times, and in any.quantity, of Itj
Jan.21 ' ' " E.^HOPE. f
' Diarrhoea Medicine! *
EOft CHILDKEN TEETHING, 1 Z
. :RaatIeBBpWB, BadBoweli, Cholio, Pains, 2
A desirable medicino. .We adviio mothers I
and n?rso?'to try it-only twenty-five cents. ! _
For ?ale onJyat *- . . 0
HEINITSH'8 Family Drug Storo. r
May80 t _ _ a
. : , R. D.
/ Symbolic Admonition!
* * ?
THE' season is at hand'when' tho human 1
. family ia more-afflicted than during any
other part of tho year.. The BU?'B rays acting i
npon the decayod vegetable 'and'animal mat-1
I ter, pbisops the atmosph?re, and produces
many disorders of the system-Chills and Fo-1
ver, Bilious Complaints, Diarrhoa, Dyeen- ,
t ery, G ho1 era Morbus, CrampB and Cholic, ot e. 1
Heuco the system requires an invigorating
and tonio medicine, that will brace up Hal
shattered forces, and enable tho organs to*
perform their proper functions. For thia pur-1 j
pose we would recommend tho uso of U?IN
ITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
For Dyepepeia and Weak 8tomach.
For the Direr and Kidneys.
For Coucha sud Sore Throat. I
Tor the Longa and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and General Debility. y
For loss ot Appetite. , t
For Bick Headache. - 1
For Dlarrbcoa and Dyatntery.
For Fever and Aguo.
' For Bilious Fever. I,
For Cholera Morbus and Cramps. 11
"For Palpitation of the Heart, ' '<
For Broken Down Nervona System. I
F6r Neuralgia and Rboumatiam.
For Purifying tho Blood. 11
I1KIV1THHS aUBKJ?'S DBHOHT 1
. Tho peopler. approve of, and physicians sane-1 A
tion its uso, because it is a good medicine. ,
Take no othor medicine. It is a spring invi
gorator. a summer tonio, a purifying beve- 1
rago, admirably' adapted to all .conditions, h
malo and female-grown persona and ohil- j ]
'.drenaVlnlrpartietMar seasons Be sore, ind
call at'HoinUirrVDTug Store and get a boltlol1
of hls'ftf?H?HUaaioine. ' -'? \U"L::+I""
Proparei o.?ly.by .-E. H. HEIN?TSH, '
May^?q I ? ' firugpis^ and .Chemist.
Whooping Cough Candy.
TTERE laaoroetbiiig for cbildrwn suffering
Xl with-<W.lipopiug Cough, -?roup,-Coughs,
Ac. A pleasant-/motbeine In tho,for?n of
kisses, effe?toar'in allAyfthT coughfe, oroup,
colds. K?op t?'? patient under tnednfluonoe
of the modietn?fcorrtiiued in this candy; will
allay the violent** of the cough; l[M
? Juno 1 j M HRINItHH'S Dmg Rloro.
Seduction in Prices.
_"-' LADIES'popular PO?Y pn^E
-?EBJL?TON8, ono of tho nurabor just
SsSSSi^rccoivod, very.Stylish.; No-top
.W^-?fc-Bnggioa,,Top Buggies and Turn?
coat Buggioa, in variety. Vine Slx-paa?engor
Phrotons; on platforms; Fonripaesengor Phro
t ona, on three- springs. Opon and Turn-Beat
Rockaways. This'.varied stock is now hoing
offered very low. Also for salo a deeirablo
pair of BAY MARES.
May 25 _W. K. GREENFIELD.
Seegers' Beer is Pare.
IT don't contain Cococnlns In dbms Fish
Berries to mako sleepy or headache.
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
near tho corner of Blanding. For torma,
apnlv to Dr, John Lynohj or
Feb 22 HENDRIX & BRO.
D ZS A Xi E R S.'
And Those in Want of
have now in Btoro a fnll Uno or Ibo
JCweet and mont
Jf domestic, .French and English manufac
uro, which we guarantee, at all times, to sell
ts low, if not at leas prices, than any house
n Colombia, buying oar Gooda from th?
argest and most celebrated establishments
a the TJnitod States. And as we desiro to
ileaao alt, we have now in our houso tho
SVERY CLASS OP GOODS,
Vom the lowest to the highest, aud wo feel
onfidant that all thoao favoring us with an
rdor from a distance will bo pleased and
j UR HO USE
.In this city to deal with.
Wo will, upon application, send promptly
Small, full lines of ?amples of those kind of
tods desired aud specified by our friends
nd customers. All orders accompanied by
ash amounting to $26 and over, delivered in
ny part of the State free of freight charges,
'hone unaccompanied, will be sent C. O. D.
We 'respectfully solicit ardors, which will
eocive the prompt and psraonal attention of
ne of tho firm. Out^prices being low, we
hink we can render satisfaction to all. Give
is a trial.
J. H. & M. L. KLNARD,
May3_COLUMBIA, S. C.
AIiXi TO HAND.
r\UR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
?HEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS
s in store andmoviug, making room daily for
Vhich we will continuo to receive all thrungli
OUR SACIPliB BUREAU
[s a success, and we are now distributing
}coda over the entire State, through ita
igoney. Tho most careless observer cannot
>ut eeo' tho groat advantages to bo derived
'rom*-foaling with a live house, Uko oura,
?harc everything is kept moving by systom
ind order-whero no extra profits aro taoked
m to pay hilo hands. Of oonrso, wo can and
lo 8ELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANY
MOUSE . IN. Tni? SECTION. A positivo
proof ia, that wo sell moro Gooda than all tho
rest added together. That* is tho proof.
The peoplo know whero to buy cheapest, and
1st tho stranger follow tho great public. In
baying, lot thom follow thoso who know
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
Tn RES m NO MACHINES,
? CHAIN CRADLES,
k ND all kinds latest IMPROVEMENTS IN
J\. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, at
wholesale and rotail.
Our intorcat in, and association with, manu?
factories, is snob that wo can mako closer
figures, and givo 'better goods, than any
house in this country can do in this lino.
ONLY TEY and wo will convlnco you.
May 23 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaBs, pints and
quarts. For salo low. E. HOPE,
. . ' ' **.*. : '.'.'"?I . , .
, . Q^?S TO
LOVE & COl'S ?
BECAUSE tbev procure thc latest styles in
DRY GOODS, and get better v?luo for
their money than can bo had in any other |
honso in tho city. .
We are now showing an cntiro new stock in
now styles of
LADIES' HADE DRESSES,
Pollinease 0ver Dresses,
Ladies' Under Garments. &c.
"Our Mr. Love" is shipping us. by ovory
stoamer, now novelties, and our stock of .
DRESS GOODS, LINEN GOODS, &(!,,
Surpasses anything in this markot, and at j
still lower prices. Wo aro a 'Hive houBO," and '
intend driving a businoss on quick sales and
small profltB. W. D. LOVE,
May 10_B. D. McOREERY.
Just Received, j
POUTER & STEELE'S,
A FULL LINE Or ' " 1 !
IN ALL COLOES, FOR
.?. L. iii .".'f' . r.. ,
M. H, BERRY'S i
Plain Street, near Main. 1
rn f^^Lrt* NOW on band and daily re
(?^i2^?,raCJceiving from (he uisnurac-,1
/0fe#SjH8S tor^-E8 of New ??rk? Boston, 1
TO^n?nTTgfrjr Cincinnati and Louisvilloathe
Jr _,1r largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of differont <
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the!
colcbratod Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at ]
shortest notice and in the boat manner. I ]
TermB cash and Gooda cheap.. Pot 80 (
THE Ci UK AT FR UTILIZE II.
ICAN Turn ?.Bli LIME at Depot at Walhalla, '
S. C., ford 50per barrel. Address,
REV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, B. C.
"STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO., [
Grocers and Commission merchants,
CHARLOTTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Com, Flonr, ?
Bacon, Lard, ?bc, and Family Groceries L
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt
Fy. _ Feb7 1yr "
_DR. D L. BOOZER
jgPSS^ WOULD respectfully inform ,
/TWJBSMHL his patrons and. tho public ge-I
uerallyjthat ho has moved iota I
his new office, over Duffie Sc Chapman's Book- 1J
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, whero ho 11
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope- I.
rations and work, of wbatBOover kind bis pro
reunion demands. Terms accommodating. 1
March B_. j i
Gun and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celebrated Dupont's I
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, iu kegs
and cannisters, is now offered to merchants
and consumers at the lowest market ratos, by
tho undersigned, who aro solo agents for the
manufacturers at this place.
May 25_JOHN AGNEW Sc SON.
BREAKFAST BACON STRIPS, Sugar-cured
Shoulders, Smoked and Pickled Tongues,
for salo low by ?_E^HOPE._
i "I f\f\ CASES Moot ic' Chandon's CHAM
Lv/ly PAGNES, just rcccivod, and offered,
lu consequence nf cessation of hostilities, at j
mnck reduced rates. For salo by
March 25 _PEO. BYMMERS.
The Exchange House ,
?HAH been overhauled and re-arrattgodl
for the Spring and Summer,- Iced beve?
rages compounded at short notion.
May 5_ . PAYSINGER Sc FRANKLIN.
SODA, Walnut, Snow Drop, Rotter, Fancy
Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for Balo by
March 3_E. HOPE.
STUCKS, HONRS ?inti COUPONS bought
; and sold by D'. G AMURI LL. Broker.
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for Hale low. E. HOPE.
MRS. 8. J. WYATT informs hor friends 1
and tho public in general, that oho has
oponed a PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE; on
Plain street, noar Bnll. Tho boneo in largo
and airy, and guosts may expect tho comforts
of a homo._May 2
A fresh supply of Brenton Lagor at POL?
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUND,
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
HWE COMMENCED AND WILD CONTINUE THE DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS IN
Landa and Tenements, Jewelry, Pianos, Organa, Harpa, Statues, Gold Watches, Silver
ann Plated Ware, Diamonds, Ac.,- by Kathe, twice ? day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., at the General
Office, No. 117 Meeting-street, Charleston, Smith Carolina.
Tba Director* of tho Charlen ton Charitable Association, for tho Benefit of the Freo School
Fond, having complied with the terme of their Charter, and paid over to J. K. J ill eon, Stutts
Superintendent of Education of South Carolina, the sum of one thousand dollars, being tho
annual payment to tho School Fund under tho Charter, [the receipt being hereto appended,}
have inaugurated a system of ''Insurance Certificates'1 which is surrounded by evety degree
of fairness, ?nd will bo raffled for twice a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., in public, under, tho su?
perintendence of Captain Fenn Peck, a sworn Commissioner.
The advantages of this system aro, that tbe purcbaaera can have tho choico of their own
numbera anywhere from No. 1 to No. 78, and the privilege of limiting or increasing their in?
vestments at pleasure. The Schedule of Rates adopted by tho Company will explain more
fully and acourately, and can be obtained at tho Office of ibo Company, or from any venders.
Every rafflo that takes place is classed and numbered on tho Company's Official BookB, and
takoB placo twice a day, as follows:
Numbers printed on Cubes, from No. 1 to No. 78, aro placed [in public] by the sworn Com?
missioner in a Class Rafflo Cylinder..andaro well shaken. A boy blindfolded takes one of
theso Cubes, which is exhibited to tho spectators and declared to bo, and ia recorded as, tho
first raffled number. Tho Raffle Cylinder will then be revolved, and tho boy again takes out
another number, which is similarly exhibited to tho spectators and recorded as tho second
rafilo number. Tliia operation*will be repeated until two've numbera aro refiled out of the
Cylinder, and each-number wiU be recorded on the official books of tho Company in the order
in which it is taken in tho rafilo. Those twolvo numbers BO raffled in each raffle will decide all
the Awards of Certificates. .. !
All the numbers in each raffle are equal, no distinction being made as to tho order in
which the numbers aro taken in the raffle, and tho Awards are at once delivered to the suer.
cesBful Certificate Holder. . ; i
EXPLANATION OP THE CERTIFICATE AWARDS.
Purchasers select their own numbers anywhere from 1 to 78, and, for example, say,
pay for the same one dollar. The vendor gives tho purchaser a Certificate, with the number
or numbers selected, and enters the same number or nnmbers upon the Company's Register,
[.with the amount so paid,] to be returned to the Ofiico of tho Company by the vendor before
tho raffle takes placo. Purchasers may eelect a ono nnmber certificate, or a two number
certificate, or a three number certificate, or a four number certificate.
A single number certificate means a singlo number selected, by. the buyer anywhere from
1 to 78, ana should that number he taken ont, in tho twelve numbers so taken from, tho Rafflo
Cylinder,tho purchaser will be entitled to an Award of four times-the value of ehares in tho
raflled property, or cost of tho original certificate ol shares. . - ,
A two number certificate means if the two numbera as tho certificate 'comes out in.tho
twelve numbers taken from the Raffle Cylinder, will entitle thc successful holder to an Award
af shares in tho raided property of twenty times tho value or cost of the original certificate
af shares. . , r:i?1 "
A three nnmber certificate means if tho thrco numbers ou the aortificato como out in. tho
twelvo so taken from tho Rafflo Cylinder, will entitle tho bolder'to an Award'of ehares in the
raffled property of 120 times the value or coat of tho original certifica to of share? If but
two cf the numbers are out In the three on the certificate, the purchaser will receive an
Award of twice tho amount of the value or cost of the original certificate,.
A four number certificate moans if the four-numbers on the aortificato come ont in the
twelve so taken from tho Rafflo Cylinder, the purchaser will ho entitled to an Award of shares
in tho raffled property cf 800 times the value or ooat bf tho oriernal certificate of shares. If
t>ut three of the numbers on the certificate are out in tho raffle, tho pntohaanr.wUI ronntvn
-." A*ff?r*?.bf shares in thc raffish proper; j of tun times 1119 value or coat ul .the- original cer?
tificate of shares. '">'j * '
A person mav invest in a certificate of shares in theso raffles an amount small or largo as
lie ploascB. Tho Company's Schedule List nf Awards is made out at th? rate of one- dollar
[or certificates, but certificates will be isoued of the value of 25, 50 and 75 cania; atao, $1, $2,
t-8, $4,15 and to 110, and upwards, and tho Awards delivered pro raia to the schedule list of
rates. , . ;
The above explanation will enable any ono desiring to lake a shard in UIOBO raffles, to do so
understandingly, and the raffles, being fairly and honestly conducted in public by tho sworn
Commissioner and exactly at the ?ours named,-th ey afford" a safer mean? of in ve atm en t than
any other business Speculation,
The firet Property and Land Scheme of the Company will be issned in o short ;
time, and will be raflled every three months.
Any further information will be furnished by the Company's Agent, Main Btroet, opposite
the site formerly known as Janney's Hotel, next door below Union office, where certificates
?re for Bale.
X. T. LEVIN, Columbia. S. G.,
AGENT OETltE COMPANY.
All certificates Bold in Columbia will bo decided by the 12 M. drawings, daily, and books
iloeed at G P. M. the day previous.
CiiABxaflTOK, May 21, 1871.
Received or the "Charleston Charitable Association," of thoStato of South Carolina, for the
Benefit or tho Free School Fund, [Buccosaors ot R. H. Willoughby A Co.,] ono thousand dol?
lars, being tho Bum in full to bo paid into the hands of the State Superintendent of Educa?
tion, "as required by an Act of the General Assembly of the Stato or South Carolina, passed
it tho regular session of 1870- 71," approved March 8,1871. J. K. JILLSON,
June 2 Imo Stato Superintendent Education South Carolina.
sy Specimens of the Premiums to bo awarded may bo seon a? Mr. I. 8nlzbacher's store.
?i RAIN CRADLES,
MOWERS, and all kinds Harvesting Machines
jn b,nnd and for salo at lowest jiricua in the
Wu call special attention to our Horse?
power, which is the best power in use and
not high priced. With our experiooco in
planting, sud tho nso of agricnltural imple-!
menta and machines, together with our facili?
ties for having goods manufactured, wo claim
we eau givo lower figures, better goods and
better satisfaction than any otberhoueo in the
country. Souci for catalogue.
April" 23_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
ja \ movod their Stables to the new
(PEflr#--k building, immediately South of
l?BfiB^r?wfc??hn?y'a Hall, and, with a new
yT^^Ystock of CARRIAGES. RUG?
OLES ami fino HORSES, aro prepared In an?
swer all calls that may bo made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in want or good stock, are invited to
give us a cali. Liberal advances made on
stock left for aalc. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOTCE.
_O. H;:PkTT!NOn.I). Jan 24
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin.Otard,
Dupny, 'Cognac Brandy, Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-tido Madeira Wino, London
Dpok I'ort Wino, Hibbert's London Porter,
McEwcn'e Scotch Ale. Tho above direct from
the importers and warranted pure.
Por salo by_EDWARD HOPE.
Guns, Fistol$, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
i><Z. public in gonoral that I have
^CxC^*. lust reooived an entiro new
^ Vrttock or Double and Singlo Bar
rol GUNS, RF.PEATERH, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps. Bnok-Shoi, Cartridges,
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
and Shot. .
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
Ocf8 P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
CA BAGS RIO COFFEE, for ealo low to
DVJ dealers by ' EDWARD HOPE.
OLD BANK BlbLS and M lil I. A TED
CU rt II RN CY bonght and Hold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMHRILL. Broker.
If you want your thirst quenched, call at
COLUMBIA, B. C.
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 5300,000.
Job ii B. Palmer, Pr?sident,
A. O. Brenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Batt, Assistant Caehicr.
J. EU Gregg,John B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
tor, lt. D. Benn, of E. D. Benn ft Sou; G. W.
I Dearden, of Copeland ft Bearden; R.L. Bryan,
< of Bryan ft MeOarter; W. C. Bwaftield, of H.
L W? C. Rwaffleld.
F. W. Alabaster, Bolicitor.
THIN Bank ia now open for tbe transaction
of a general banking business.
('KUTIncATK.M OF DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate of seven (7)
per cent, per annum, in kind, will bo isaned.
Deposita from Conney Officer* especially so?
licited; also, from Trustera, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention niven to accounts of
City and Country Merchant?, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Xotes, Eilis of. Exchange,'and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
on collaterals. ' . .
Stocks, Bonds, Cold and Silver bought and
Mutilated Currency purchased at a email
. Sight Dra?s drairn direct on ail the promi?
nent place? in England, ? Ireland^ Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den
?nark and the Orient. ' Letters of Credit issued,
payable in any of the above pla ces ' .
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in tko
United states bought and eold.
. Banking Uoueo oppoaito Columbia TTotol.
Open from,0 tp.3._Feb 28 ly
COLUHWA, B. C., May 25, 1871.
ON and after MONDAY, Juno 5, 1871, all
DOGS found running at largo, hot wear?
ing tho city badgo and collar for tho enrrent
year, will bc taken up and impounded, and
unless reclaimed by tho owner by tho pay inen t
ortho legal tine, tho Dog will, within forty
eight hours after impounding, bo killed.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Attest: WM. J. ETTnn, City Clork. May20
Pi ck fed Meats, &c.
THIS DAY RECEIVED:
FULTON MARKET ROUNDS,
Fulton Market BEEF,
Davis' Diamond Hami,
Ferris' Sugar-cured Strips,
Extra Boor Tongues,
Somothing now every day. to try and pleaso
our patrons. GEO. 8YMMERB.
riro o. o O?!
AtKE?? PEE M I? M LAND SALE.
f100,000 to be Distributed to Share fielders. V .'
EIVE DOLLARS will pnrchano a Bbato, in?
cluding a work of art worth fivo dollars.
Th9 Derby Farm Property to bo distributed
embrace* tho largest Vineyard and Orchard
? in the South.
i UNEQUALED CLIMATEl PEACEABLE
OOUNTRYl. GENEROUS SOIld
.Thosalubrion? and liealth-giving climate of
Aiken bau given it the name of "Thc Saratoga
of tho South." ' . ?
-195,000 -in Premiums presented to Share?
,.$100,000 in Beal Estate and. Greenback
Prizes to be distributed toShare-hoIders.
01 Rbal Estate Prizee, storth from tSOO-to
522 Greenback Prices, from $5 to 91,000.
Only 10,000 shares will be issued.
ONE BEARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE "WILL
. DRAW A PRIZE.
This Real Estate Property, conveyed by
Deed of Trust lo tho Committee who are. to
? conduct the Drawing, 1B to bo transferred by
thom to the fortunato Bbaro-holdcrs as soon
I as tho remaining shares are sold.
Tbo'Drawing will tako placo according to
tbo published programme
THE DAY OF THE DRAWING
Will bo announced by tel?gram . to the Aeso
oiated Frees. ., -,
A small sum invested now may secure a for?
Every Share-holder may rest assured of
equal Justico, and that this scheme, unlike
IS "FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Money received after tho books are closed
will bo pi om pt ly rot urned. For full particu?
lars, as embraced in revised pamphlet, ad?
dress J. C. DERBY, General Managor
Key Box No. 834, August?, Ga.
SO- MR. J. MoO. TU ARIN, the agent of tho
Association, can bo found for a short timo at
tho ?omeo of Mr. D. GambriB, Main afreet.
May 18 _- ? ?
H A TS
And Gents' Furnishing Goods,
10 PER CENT. BELOW COST,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
THI8 is no Huming. Wo nro obliged to
dispose of all Goorie now in etore by (he
lat of September, to make a change ipr our
business. Take notice, that each article ia
markeri its costin plain figures, from which
will be DEDUCTED TEN PER CENT.- Tho
publia ia particularly requested- to call early,
as bargains may be obtained. Country mer?
ell an ta visiting the city can find a choice stock
of new and seasonable goods at our ?toro.
Bear in mtn?.'good'i IO per cent, below coat,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
May 10 ' .
CHITS FBOM A GERMAN WORKSHOP.
By Max Muller. \
Ghardia, or Adventures m the Desert of
Sahara. By G. Naphegyl,-" M. D.. A. M.- fl.75.
Motherless, or a Parisian Family. By au
th?r of John Halifax. 51 50.
Tho Silent Partner. By author Gates Alar.
The Franco-Pruat ia li War. By Lau don,
willi 18-porlraith und 14 tr aps. *'$l*.75. 'r~
Thi> Lmptv Heart; a iovol. By M a rion
Harland. ?JSl 50.
Climates for Invalid*. .Vc. il.25.
G lux's Baby; his. li i : li und Minfoituuou; a
Satire, : 11.25.
The Sisters of Orleans: a Tt'.e of Rac? and
Social Conilict. A'?"-, a i umbu of new
novels and otlur p->b'.cathina, luot received
at Bli !i AN A McCAhTER'B
April 25 _Booketore.
White's Gardening- for the South,
BY tho late Wm. A. White, ot Athens, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET OARDENER. ?1.50.
The Phosphate Rocks of South Carolina?
their History and Developments-Colored
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
-Sacred Rhetoric; or a Conree of Lectures on
Broaching, R. L. Dabney, D. D.'. $1.50.
Any above eentlby mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Fob 19 Oppftpite Colombia Hotel.
Country Butter. .
Onr\ro^DS FRESH COUNTRY BUT
OUU TER for sale low by . r
May 18_ E. HQPE. .
5CASKS James Henneasy's A Brandenburg
Frores BRANDIES, imported direct, and,
ottered pure and unadulterated. These eom
Siiao vintages of 1S35, 1853, 18G0 and 1863.
took of Hocks. Clarets and .Whit* Wines in?
clude epmo of the mont fa ?nous .brands,as well
as sound lore priced goods. For sajo by
Marcb25 j GEO;*Ml?BBB.
tor Sale, ' '
3i*tT\fT\ ACRES of LAND in BaraweU,
.OU U on the Edisto.
750 ACRE8 in Kershaw-In lots to suit.
Saw Mill and 2 OOO acres of Land inLcxing
ton, on North Edisto, $7,000. . .
2.500 acres Waleree Bottom Land, $2pr acre
2 600 acres crook bottom and, pine LandL at
$2 ?or acre. 1 Houso in this city, 15,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acros LAND, neartha .
eily-$8,500. . Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney atLaw and Real Estate Agent.
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEES.
Forria FoRon Market BoeL
Diamond and Orango brand Hams,
Sugar-onrod Bacon Strips.
Pickled?almon. .. . . .
MesB and No. 1 Mackerel, Ac, all fresh to
hand. For eale by GEO. BYMMEBH.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
FeV2X JOUNO.SEEGERS\ ,