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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.
mcraal, allays shrewd, wide-a wake,
practical and erosible, though it is a Re?
publican journal, makoa tho following
"Some ot the hido-bound leaders of
the Domoeraoy are Very touch afraid of
countananoing the new movement, lest it
should drive tee'Southern?Dem?crata'
away ?rom the party at the,national elec?
tion next year. They need pot be appre?
hensive bf tili?. The 1 Sod thorn Demo?
crats nrlirnot leavo the patty. . If there*
were?'any pl noe they could go there might
be Bonio ground of appr?hension that
they might threaten to. depart thither?
ward. Bat if they don't'pfopoee tn joi?
tho Republican party, there is Hot the
slightest danger of their splitting off
from the Democracy and forming a.fao
tion of their own. The days, for that
particular sort of thing havo passed by,
and will not return nert year." "'? ? "
That io it exactly. We are anxious to
be rid of Radical rule. We would do.
almost anything not absolutely wrong in
itself to accomplish thia, object. Wa
know that weean hope for neither peace
nor ^Jroaperity at the South so long as
thai wloked party ia in power.-. And yet
there are, simpletons--"hide-bound
leadera"-who assert that Southern
delegates will secede- fr?m the Demo?
cratic National Cou von tion, and South?
ern States boll the nominations, in
case' th? new amendments ar? declared
to be a -parti of ? the Fiederai Constitu?
tion., n Dot, aa i tho Commercial well says,
would' bo equivalent to voting for a Ra?
dical.? The Southern people, are not
such ninqompoops. j Tboy would .vote,
for even Gen.. Sh orman, i f, ho should bo ;
the Democratic candidato,' though, aa
Judge Orr intimates, it 'would bo a bit?
ter pill for ns. Thia is no time for
"sentiment." Wa want none pf it.. Let
practical "common sense have sway.
Lot no 'high-flyers, fire-caters, or snob
like cattle, be Bent aa delegates - to, the
Domooratio, National Gon ven tion-at
least by tho people of the South. So
shall-fro escapo ?the ' inexcusable blun?
ders of the last convention, and secure a
Denxporatio President and. peace and
prosperity-for_the country. , ,. .
' 1,1 ' \RichmonqJDiapatch.
..' ? ' '. M>'t ?' ' *'_-*
The Irish Episcopal ?Ohnrobf nowdia*
established and emancipated from State
control, baa convened a Synod', or what
would . be . called .' ir* ! America a geb?
er al convention? for the settlement of
important .questions of discipline. Rit?
ualism gets an emphatic repudiation at
tho outset. The canons adopted "pre
BC rib o tho dre BS to bo worn by the ci er-j
gy-tho, :plaiu surplice, i .?n4 aoademio \
gown, and the Episcopal robes nojw worn
by the prelates, being alone recognized ;
all carrying 'bf 'croases, wearing of fanci?
ful vestments, processions, 'adoration and
elevation o? the Eucharist being prohib?
ited. The cloth covering tho corumunion
tabl? is also described, and care taken to
prevent'th?:uso of candles,"1 candlesticks,
or other ornaments, snob'as are to be
seen ia some of the advanced churched.:'
With' over 1,000,000 inhabitable, ^orfch
?arol?ba'hna only sixty newspapers, and
three-fourths of. that number-hnv? no
more patronage than barely keeps them
afloat." . "
' Redaction in Priofes.!
? CaDiBB' popular PONY:VE2E
QigKMM8L.TONB. one of tho nupiber iiiat
EsSie^aK^recmvod, very stylish. No-top '
MB I' lBL^Bngglea, Top Buggies" and Tnrn
soat Buggies, in, variety? Fina, Six-jisssenger
Photona. on platforms;'Four-passenger Phro
tono, on throe Springe. Open . and Turncoat
Rockaways, i Thin varied stock is now being
offered vory low. ' Also for 'salo a dosirablu
pair of PAY MARE8..
May 25 . . W. K. GREENFIELD.
H u >: Seogers' Seer is Pore.
TT don'L. contain Cococulus,, Indic.ua,Fish,
X Berrioa to make sleepy or headache._
'?? " , To Rent, "."j' ','."."*
ADESIRABLE H TO RE, on liam o tree t,
near the corner of Bland? ng. For terms,
apply tp Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22 HENDRIX A BRO.
THE LOT known as Christchurch proper?
ty, situated on the Bonth-eaajL corner of
islanding and Marion atreots, in tho city of
Columbia, containing-ono acre.
. -, .ALSO,
The Lot on Richardson street. South of and
adjoining the United States or Nickoraon Ho?
tel JiQt, fronting OB Richardson street 58 feet
6 inohes, and running back 208 feet 0 inches.
Each of the above- Lots, from: their pecu?
liarly favorable locations, must fastinoro&ao
In.addition to.ibe above, tho subscriber of?
fers for sale a large amount of Real Estato !
in thia oily* In the surrounding .country, in'
Newberry? and ip Sparenburg, consisting of
Housea'and Lots, Farms, Mills, Ac.
Mayrfl* ttian i ' ' J. W; PARKER.
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES!
Tin-ware ! ' Tiri-ware T Tin-wate !
PLUMBING, ROOFING,'GUTTERING, and
all'work in th?B line; put up to order
and ready for sale at the .),.....
C A di .0 L IN A Xl AN'JJ. F A GT&ftY,
Call at either honBe-Columbia or Newberry
HENRY H. BLE?SE,
March22 t .. -.--v..: Proprietor.
For Saje. . ?> ? 1
A OAR LOAD of imo Kon-?W'
tucky MUI.E8 and HOBBES"Tteffij
-among them ,eoino laBt^XrW
\?+ *"Btock-for'- salo. Apply atT^^^^
AGNEW A CO.'S Stable's, ABsombly street.
April 25 . -, ? -_
"" Wi' Refined Oil.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or. barrel; Also, in gin nan, pinta auf
quarts. For sale low. _E. IIOPJB.
ON accommodating terms, '-TAN TATTEN
SHOALS," containing 260 aoreB, lying on
both sides of tho Enoree River-seventeen
milos from Spartsnbnrg; seventeen miles from
Laurons, and seventeen, milos from Green?
ville, and about four milos from tho Air-Lino
Railroad.- On tho placo are a good Dwelling
Honso and throo Mills. Perfootly healthy.
For particulars, applyto ? ? .
POPE & HASKELL,
Attorneys at Law,
May 2 tuthO Columbia, S. C.
~JHB) " MANHOOD: f
jjSy How Lost! How Restored!
MmfJ JuSl published, in a scaled ente
XSsSe ' . ?? - tnpri. Pri?e, six eents.
?LECTURE on tho Natural Treatment
*n? wo dio?.11 Oar* of 8p*rmatorrhea or
ina! Weakness, - Involuntary Emieaiono,
Sexnai Debility, and Impodimente to Marri?
age generally; NervousnosB, Oonaumptioh,''
Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, retailing from Bolf-AbuBO, Ac, by Ro
iiaBT J. : GUI/VEU WELL, M. P., author of the.
"Oreen Book," &<?
L- A Boon to Thousands of Snffbrcrs."
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-pt?a, on receipt of B?X centa. or
two poaiago Btamps, by CHAS. J. O. KLINE
137 Bowery, Nsvr XorU-P. O. Box, 4,5 80.
I Completo triumph, over CORNS and BU?
NIONS by Mona. BERGER, who. discovered,
Ut. Tho . naturo of Corno. 2d. Their dis?
solvent. 8d. Their permanent enre! ThcBe
iiccoverics are tho happy reanlt of years of
study and practice. For particulars, apply
ivor tho Citizens' Savings Bank, from 9 to 12$
ind from 2 to i o'clock, at llondrix House.
'. May 10 _,_ j
A.Chapter pc Facts .?-Space is valuable
n a nowspapor, and it 1B, thoreforo, proposed
o thia advertisement to- condense a variety
)f facts, important to thq publie, into a email
jompass. ;, Those facta refer to Hostetter'e
Stomach Bittere-what that celebrated modi
line 1B, and what it wUl do. In the first place,
?hon, the article io a stimulant, tonic and ab
;o ra ti ve, consisting bf a combination of ac
sbBolntely puro spirituous agent with thc
xtoat valuable medicinal vegetable subatancee
mat Botanic research has placed at tho din
sosal of the chemist and .tho physician
These ingredients are compounded with greal
ure, and in such proportions as to produce i
preparation which invigorates withont excit
og the general system, and tones, regulate]
ind controls the stomaob, the bowels, thi
liver, and tho minor accretive organs.
What thia great restorative will do mnst bi
gathered from what it haa done. The case o
i yu pcp nia,, or any other form of indigostiun
in which it has been persistently adminia
cered without, .effeoting a radical euro, Is ye
Lo be heard from, and the same may bo a?ii
if bilious disorders, intermittent fever, nor
rons affections, genersd,dobility, constipation
jiak. headache, mental, diaabilitioa ts vbict
: ho- feeble are so subject. It purifica all tb
luida- of tho body, includion the blood, am
?he gentle strmulus' which it imparts to th
nervous system is not succeeded by th
.lightest reaction.;. This is a ohapter of fact
which readers, for their own sakes, shoul
?ark and remember. . Juno 2 j0
PIS CUBE AND 1X8 PREVENTIV?
BY J. H, SCHESCK, M. u.
MANY a burban being has passed awa;
for whoso death there was no other rei
ion than the neglect of known and indiepu
ibly proven means of our e. Those near an
lear to family and friends are Bleeping tl
Dreamless slumber into which, had they cain
ly adopted - -
Oil. JOSEPH H. StiHBJfCK'S
.- 5Itu?LS TRE?XME5?,
ind availed themselves of bis wonderful efl
i?c???s medicines, they would not have falle
Dr. Bchon'ck has, in his own case, prov<
hat whorover sufficient vitality remains, th
ritaUty, by his*-medicines and his direct i m
[or their nee; is! quickened into " healthf
In this statementthoreia nothing proaum
uouH- To the faith of tho invalid is ni ado i
representation that ls not a thousand tim
m nat an tia ted by "living and vi ri bl o worl
Che theory of thy euro by Dr. ScheDck'a m
heine is as a imple aa it ia unfailing. Its pl
Osophy requires no argument. It is soli-i
The Boaweed Tonic and Mandrake Pills a
ibo first two weapon* with whi -h the citac
>f tho malady is aaa ailed. Two-thirds of t
sasce of consumption originato in dyspepj
ind a functionally diaordured liver. With tl
condition the bronchial tubos "sympatbi:
sith tho stomach. They respond to tho nv
bific aotion of the liver. Hore, then, con
.he culminating result, and tho Betting
irith aU its distressing aymptoms, of
The Mandrake Pills aro composed of on<
nature's noblest gifts- --tho Podophillum I
tatum. They possess all the blood-soar
lng, altoratiro properties of calomel; but,
like calomel, they : -
..LKATB NO STING BKIIIND.*'
. The work of cure is now beginning. '
ritiated and mucous deposite in the hov
ind in the alimontary canal are ejected. '.
livor, liko a clock, is .wound up. It arot
from its torpidity. Tho stomach acts roar,
slvely, and the patient begins to feel tba1
ts getting, at laat,
A SUPPL-Y OF GOOD BLOOD.
Tho Seaweed Tonio, in conjunction with
Pills, perineal ea and assimilates with thc ft
O.hylincation ia now progressing withou
firovious torturos, .-Digestion bocomeB p
eas, and tho curb ls peon to bo at In
There is no moro flatulence; no exacerba
Of the stomach. An appctiro seta in. 7
'? Now comoa tho greatest Blood Purifier
Stet given by, an indulgent father to sn lie
man. Bchencx'e Pnlmonic Syrup comes i
perform its functions and to'hasten and c
pi?t? the euro. It enters at oiico upoi
work. Naturo cannot bo cheated. It coll
and ripens the impaired and diseased port
of the langs.' In the-form'of gathering
propares them for expectoration, and lol
Very ?hort time, the malady ?B vanqnit
the rotten th rone that it occupied is renov
and made new, and tho patient in all the
nity of regained .vigor, steps forth to t
tho manhood or'tho womanhood that waa
mVKJV DP AS LOST.
Tho sooorid thing is, the patients must
in awarm room until they got woll; it i
moat impossible to prevent taking cold i
the lungs aro diseased, but it must bo
ventod, or a euro oannot be c licet od. ]
air abd riding but, especial ly in this ao
of tho country in the fall and winier so
are all wrong, j Physicians who rooomi
that conreo IOHO their patients, if their :
aro badly diseased, and yet, because, tire
in tho house, they must not sit down <
they must walk about tho room BB muo
as fast as tho strength will bear, to get
good oiroulation of blood. Tho ? pa
must keep in good spirite-bo dotormib
got well. This hsB a groat doal to do wi
appetite, and ie the groat point to gain.
To despair of nure after such evidence
possibility in tho worst cases, and mor,
tain ty in all others, ia e?o?ul. Dr. S?honck'e
personal statomont to the Faculty of nie. OTTO
onro waa in tbeao modest words:
I ".Many years ago' I waa In tho last stages of
consumption; confined to my bed, and at ono
timo my physicians thought that : I could not
live a week; then, like a drowning man catoh
lng at straws, I heard of and obtained tho
preparations which I now oiler to the public,
and they mado a perfeot cure of me. It i
scorned to mo that I could feel them penetrate
Sy whole system. They soon ripened the
atter in my lungs, and I would spit up moro
than a pint of offensivo yellow mattor every !
morning fora long time.
"AH soon as that began to subside, my
cough, I??vcr, pain and night sweats all began
to leave mo, and my appotito becamo so great
that it was with difficulty that I could koop !
from eating too much. I eoon gained my
strength, and bavo grown in fieeh ever I
. "I was weighed shortly after my recovory,"
added the Doctor, "then looking like a more j
skeleton; my weight was only ninety-seven]
pounds; my present weight is two hundred
and twenty-five  pounds, and for years 11
have enjoyad uninterrupted health."
Dr. Bchcnck baa discontinued bis profes?
sional visits to New York and Boston. Ho or I
his son, Dr. J. H. Bchcnck, Jr., still continuo
to seo patients at their -office, No. 15 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia, every Saturday1
from 0 A. M. to 3 P. M. TIIOBO who wiah a
thorough examination with tho Rcspiromoter
will bo charged 95. The Reapirometer de?
clares tho exact condition of tho lunga, and |
patients can readily learn whether they are
curable or not. ,
Tho directions for takiDg the medicines aro
-adapted to tho intelligence even of a child.
Follow tbeao directions, and kind nature-will
'do tho rest, excepting that in como cases tho
Mandrake Pills are to bo taken in increased |
doses; the throe medicines need no other ac?
companiments than the ample instructions
that i accompany them: Firat create appetite.
Of returning health hunger is the most wel?
come symptom. When it comes, as it will
borne, lot the despaiiing at oUce bo of good
ohcer. Good blood at once follows, tho cough
loosens, tho night sweat is abated. Ic a
short time both of thnao morbid symptoms
aro gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines are constantly kept
in teneof thousands of families. AB a. laxa?
tive or purgative, the Mandrake Pills' aro a
standard preparation; while;.tho Pulmonic
Syrup, as a curer of conghs and colds, may be
regarded as a prophyluctcrio against con?
sumption in any of its formB.
Pnco of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed I
Tonic, $1.50 a bottle, or (7.50 a half dozen.
Mandrako Fills, 25 cents a box. For Balo by
all druggists and dealers.
JOHN F* HENRY,
8 College Place, New York, Wholesale Agent.
NpvlO _'?? tty
AVOIO QUACKS- A victim of early in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pre
maturo decay, Ac, having-tried in vain ovory
advertised remedy, has a simple means of
aol f-cure, which ho will a end freo to bis fellow
eufforerB. AddresB J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
atroet. Now York._Dco23 jCmo
i- - THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
T7198AYB FOB YOUNG MEN, on $reat 80
??^J cial evils and abueos, which interfere
with M Anni AGE, with" sure moans of relief for
the erring and unfortunate, diseaeed and de-J
bilitated. Bent in aoalcd letter envelopes, ]
free of charge. Address HOWARD BAN ITA
BY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth
street, Philadelphia, Pa._May 14 Brno
COTTON 8EBD OIL, CAKE can bo had [
at all timos, and in any quantity, of '.
Jan 21_E. HOPE.
; ~ M. H, BERRY'S
Ela in Sired, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from tho manufac?
tories of New York, BoBton,
Cincinnati and Lonisvilteethe
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in tbis market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din- I
ing-Room Quita; 200 Bedsteads of different '
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinda of MATTRESSES mado to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING sud REPAIRING dons at
shortest notice and in tho beat manner.
' Torro s cash and Gooda cheap. Oct 80
TUB GREAT FERTILIZER.
IGAN furnish LIME st Depot at Walhalla,
8. C., for SI 50 per barrel. Address,
REV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, 8. C.
. March 26
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY. .& CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CU ARLU TTE, ET. G.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Flonr,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries |
f;encrally. Order? filled carefully and prompt
y._' Fcb7 1yr
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
his patron? and tho public ge?
nerally that ho has moved into]
his uow office, over Duffie A Chapman's Book- j
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where ho
is preparod to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bia pro?
fession demands. Terms accommodating.
MarehS . i__
~. \ ' OBIAMPAGNES.
IAA CASES ?Moot A abandon's CHAM
LUV/ PAGNES? just received, and offered.
in consequence of cessation of hostilities, at
mach reduood fates. For (mle by
________ GEO. BYMMERS._
- The Exchange House
HAS been overhauled and re-arranged j
for tho Spring and Summer. Iced bu VD
_ rages compounded at short notice.
_May 5 ?._ l'AYSI N G ER A FItANKLlN._ |
Fresh Crackers. I
SODA, Walnut, Snow Drop, Rutter, Fancy
Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for salo by
Marchs _ E. HOP& I
STOCKS, BONDS and COl/PONS bought
and aold by - D. GAMBRILL, Broker,
? Nov 23 6mo_\ _________ 1
EXTRA Family, Medium and Common
FLOUR, for Hale low! E.HOPE..
MRS. S. J. WYATT informs hor friends
and tho public in general, that she haB
oponed a PRIVATE BOAHDING HOUSE, on
I Plain street, near Rull. Tho boneo is largo
I and/airy, and guosts may expect tho domforts
of a homo._May 3
A fresh supply, of Rrcmon Lager at.POL
Tffil EH?LBS1? [EMMIE MttlW
''. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
BREE SCHOOL FUND.
I GBABTBRED BY TOE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
H(_VE COMMENCED AND WILL CONTINUE THE DISTRIBUTION OP AWARDS TN
[_*ands and Tenements, Jewelry, F?anos, Organs, Harps, Statues, Gold Watches, Silver
and Rated Waro, Diamonds, Ac, by Raffle, twico a dav, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., at the General
OffiajU No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, South Carolina.
Tim Directors of tho Charl CM ton Charitable Association, for the Benefit of the Free School
Fuu(L having complied with tho terms of their Charter, and paid over to J. E. Jillaon, Stato
Superintendent of Education of South Carolina, tho som of ono thousand dollars,.being tho
anneal payment to tho School Fund under tho Charter, [tho receipt being^o^etoapponaed,]
have inaugurated a system of '-Insurance Certificates" which is ourround\?cj1>y ?yejry degreo
of fairness, and will be raffled for twico a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., in public, uriaeg the BU
porintendenee of Captain Fenn Peck, a sworn Commissioner. .' . . '
The ad van tacos of! this system aro, that tho purchasers can have ibo. choice oMneir own
numUora anywhere from No. 1 to No. 78, and the privilege of limiting,or: increasing their in
vestmonts al pleasure. Tho Bcbednlo of Rates adopted by tho' Company^TfHlj??plain moro
fully and accurately; and can be obtained at tho Ofiico of' the Company; or fro?rany venders.
Every raffle thal takes pla?pdsiclaesed and numbered on the Company's Official Booka, and
takes placo twico 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 Bailie Cylinder, and aro well shaken. . A boy blindfolded'takes:ono of
thean Cubes, which ia exhibited to the spectators and'declared to be, and is recorded as, the
I first raffled number. Tho R nillo Cylinder will then bo revolved, and the boy again fakeB out
I another number, which is similarly exhibited to tho spectators and recorded - as tho accond
raffle number. This operation will be repeated until two'ye numbers aro raffled out of Ure
Cylinder, and each number wi'l bo recorded on tho official booka of tho Company in tho order
in which it is taken in tho ra filo. Those twelve numbers so raffled hf each raffle wiU decide all
tho Awards ot Certificates.
AH the numbera in each raffle aro equal, no distinction being made as to tho order in
which tho numbers aro taken in tho raffle, and tho Awards are at once delivered to the suc?
cessful Certificate Holder. '
% EXPLANATION OF THE CERTIFICATE AW ABBS.
Purchasers aoleot their own numbers anywhere from .1 to 7B, -and, for example, say,
pay'for the Bade ono dollar. The vendor gives the purchaser a Certificate with the number
or numbers selected, and entera tho same number or numbers np'on~tho Company's Register,
[with tho amount BO paid,] to bo returned to the Offico'of the Company by tho vendor before
tho raino takes placo. Purchasers may select a one number certificate, or a two number
certificate, or a t hr co number certificate, or a four number certificat e. "-.-r. -.
A single number certificate means a single number selected by: the buyer auj whore fr?re
1 to 78, ana should that number be taken ont, in the twelve numbora ao taken from 'the Raffle
Cylinder, tho purchaser will bo entitled to an Award of four times tho value of shares' In the
raffled property, or coBt of the original eertiflcate of-shares. '-- -?
A two nnmbor certificate moans il the two numbera aa tho certificate comes out in thc
twelve numbera taken from tho Raffle Cylinder, will entitle tho successful holder tq>n Aware
of shares in tho raffled property of twenty times tho value or coat of tho original certificate
A thrco number certificate moans if the three numbera on the - certificate como out in thc
twelve BO taken from tho Rafflo Cylinder, will ontitlo the bolder to an Award of abarca in thc
raffled property of 120 times the valuo or cost of tho original certificate ot sharoa,. If bu
two of tho numbers aro out in tho three on the cortificate, the purchaser will receive ai
Award of twico tho amount of the value or cost of tho original certificate.
A four nnmbor certificate moans if tho four numbers on tba certificate come out in tin
twelve BO taken from the Raffle Cylinder, tho purchaser will bo entitled to an Award af share;
in tho raffled property cf 300 times the valuo or c?sbo? tho original certificate of shares. I
butrthroo of tko numbers on the certificate aro ont in the raffle, the purchaser will recoiv
an Award of shares in thc raffled property of ton times the valuo or coat ol tho original cei
tiflc&te of shares.
A-reraon mtv invest in a certificate of shares in these raffles an amount email or largo a
be pleases. Tho Company'? Schedule List of Awards is mado out at the rate of ono. dolla
for certificates, but certificates will bo issued of thc valuo of 25, 50 and 75 cents; ul HO $1, $.
$3, tl, to and to $10, and upwards, and tho Awards delivered pro rata to the schedule list c
The above explanation will enable any ono desiring lo take a share in these raffles, to do a
understandingly,, and tho railles, being fairly and honestly conducted, in public by thc swoi
Commissioner and exactly at tho hours named, they alford a safer means of investment tba
any other business speculation.
The first Property anti Land Scheme of tho Company .will_ba.issued iq .p. slip;
time, anti will be milled every three mouths.
r Any farther information will bc furnished by the Company's Agent, Mainstreet, oppoei
ithe Bite formerly known as Janncy's Hotel, next door below Union office, where certificat
are for salo.
Xi. T. LEVIN", Columbia, S. C.,
AGENT OF THE COMPANY.
All certificates sold in Columbia will be decided by tho 12 M. drawings, daily, and bool
closed at C P. il. the day previous. ,
Cn.\ni.KSTbN, Mav 24,1871.
Received ot tbe "Charleston Charitable Association,'* of the State of South Carolina, fort!
Benefit of tho Freo School Fund, [successors ot R. H. Willoughby A Co.,] one thousand dc
lars, being Ibo Bum in full to bc paid into tho hands of tho State Superintendent of Educ
tion, "as required bv au Act of the Ganeral Assembly of the State of South Carolina, pass?
?t the regular fission of lbTO-'Tl," approved March 8,1871. J. K. JILLSON,
Juno 2 Imo Stato Superintendent Education South Carolina.
aw Soecimena ot the Pttmiums to be awarded may bo eeen at Mr. I. Sulzbuohor'a storo,
: HORSE POWENS,
MOWERS, and all kinda Harvesting Machines
on Laud and fur sale al lowest prices in the
We call murial attentiun to onr llorac*
Power, whick ia the boat power ia nae andi
not high priced. With our experience in I
planting, and the uso of agricultural imple- j
monte and machines, together with our fncili- j
tic H for haring goods manufactured, we claim
wo can givo lower figures, better gooda and
butter satisfaction than any other house in the
conntry. Send for catalogue.
April 23_L?RICK A LOW lt ANCE.
The Dexter Stables.
??\ TUE undersigned have re
MrfXJL moved their Stahle? to the now
fjSa^"-? building, immediately South of
^THcv^yfcT anno.v's Hall, and, with a new
W****^ ?atock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ana fine HORSES, nra prepared to an?
swer all calle that may be made upon them.
Horses bought and sold rn commission.
Persons in want of good stock, are invited to
givo us a call. Liberal advances made on
i stock left fer ?ale. ROYCE A CO .
W. H. BOYCE.
??C. H. PKTTiKoii.r'.._.Tan 21
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burne tt'? Old Tom Gin.Otard,
Dupuy, Cognac Brandy, Dun Gordon's Palo
Sherry, Kfmth-sldo Madeira Wino, London
:Dock Port Wino, Hilbert's London Porter,
McEwen'? Scotch Alu. Tito above direct from
the importers and warranted puto.
For salo by EDWARD nOPE._
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM mv friends and
1 pohlic iu general that I have
^CxX mst received au ontiro new
* "HI Wrttock of Double and Singlo Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Ruck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for nale low to
dealers hy EDWARD HOPE.
Oh.) DANK mi.T.S um! MUTILATED
CVRIIUNCV bought and sold by
Nov 23 Orno D. GAM BRILL. Broker.
If you want your thirst quenched, call at
?EMIUI RATIONAL BAM
CUL. U MB I A . S. C .
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORISED CAPITAL, 3500.OOO.
John I?. Palmer'; President. ?
A. G. ltreuizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Aaaiatant Casbie r.
J. Eli GreRg, Jtrtin D. Palmer, F. W. McMas
cer, It. D. Benn, of ll. D. Benn A Bon; G. W.
Beardeu, of Copeland A Heat dru: lt. T.. Bryan,
of Urvan A McCarter; W. C. Bwaffleld, of R.
St W. C. Swaffleld.
F. W. McMaatcr, Solicitor. ?
TTITS Bank ia now open for the transact on
of a general banking business.
CEBTiyiCATEB o? DEPOBTT of cnrronoy or
coin, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7)
per cent, per annum, in.kind, will be i faned.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited: also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of
Ci'.y and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and thc usual accommodations ex- .
Fates, Eilis of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and monoy loaned
on collu tera ls.
Stocks, Bonds', Gold arni Silctr boiojlit and
Mutilated Cwrehry y.nrchaseel at a email
StoMJirafls (traten direct on all Die promi?
nent places iii England, Ireland, Scotland,
Franc?, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient, loiters of Credit issued;
payable in any of thc above places- " >.? aO
Drafts on all the prominent cities in tho
United Stales bought and sold.
. Banking Honr?o. Opposite Columbia Hotel,
Open from 0 to ft. ' Feb 29 ly '
PROCLAMATION! 1 " '.
", ' MAYOR'S OFFICE,
COLVMMA, S. O., M&.V 25.1871.
ON and after MONDAY, June 5, 1871, all
DOGS found running at large, not wear?
ing Ibo city badgo and oollar for tho eurront
rear, will Uo taken up and impounded, and
unless rec laimed by the owner by the payment
or the legal fine,4he D6g will, within forty
eight hours after impounding, bo killed.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Attest: WM. J. ETTF.n, City Clerk. May 2C
Pickled Meats, &c
TniS DAY RECEIVED:
FULTON MARKET ROUNDS,
Fulton Market REEF,
Davis' Diamond nnrri<",
Ferrie' Sugar-ourqd StripB,
Extra Beef Tongue*,
Something new every dav, to try and please
our patrons. GEO. 8YMMER8.
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE. f
$100,000 lo be Distributed lo Slaveholders.
Ip IVE DOLLARS will purchase- a share., in
eluding a work of art worth fivo dol?an,
-. The Derby Farm Froporty to be distributed
embraces the largest Vineyard and Orchard
UNEQUALED CLIMATE! PE A OE ABLE
OQUNTRYl GENEROUS SOILI
J Tho oalubrmub and heaith.giving climate of
Aiken has given it tho name of "The Saratoga
of tho South."
.195,000 in Premiums preacnted to Share?
$100,000 in Real Estate and Greenback
Prizes to bo distributed to Share-holders.
'J4 Real Eetato Prizes, worth, from $300 to
522 Greenback Prizes, from $3-to $1,000.
Only ID.OOO.ebares will be iaaued..
ONE SHARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE
This Real Eetate Property, conveyed by
Deed of Trust to tho Oommittee who are to
conduct the Drawing, is to bo transferred by !
thom to tho fortunato Bhare-bolders as - soon
as tho remaining sb area are sold.
The Drawing will take place according to
tho published programme.
THE DAY OF THE DRAWING
Will be announced by tolegram to the Asso
A email sum invested now may secure a for?
tune. . ~
Every Share-bolder may rest assured of
equal justice, and that .this scheme, unlike
IS "FAIR, BQ? ARE AND HONEST."
Honey received after the books are closed
will be pi omptly returned. For full particu?
lars, as embraced in revised pamphlet, ad
drees J. 0. DEBBY, General Manager. .
Key Box No. 334, Ango sta, Ga.
OW MR. J. MoO. TH ARIN, tho agent of the
Association, can bo found for ? short timo at
the office of Mr. D. Gambrill, Main street.
Meyl8 i. * . ? > ?> .
to . _
And Gents' Furnishing Goods/
10 PER CENT. BELO W COST,
. J. ' 1 I ?
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
THIS is no humbug. yYe are obliged to
disnose of all Gooda now in storo by the
1st of September, to make a change in our
business. Take notice, that each article ia -
marked its cost in plain figures, from which .
will be DEDUCTED TEN PER CENT. The
publie is particularly requested fo call early,
aa bargains may be Obtained. Country mer?
chants visiting tho cit; can find a choice atocle
of new and soasonablo goods at our store.
Boar in mind, goods 10 per cent, below cost,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
CHIPS FROM A GERMAN' WORKSHOP.
By Max Midler.
G bardi a, or Ad ventures In the Desert of
Sahara. By G. Napbegyi, M. D., A. M. $1.75.
. Motherless, or a Parisian Family. By an?
ther of John Halifax. $1 50. .
The Silent Partner. Ry author Gates Ajax.
The Franco-Truss ian War. Dy Landon,
with 18 portraits and 14 maps. $1.75.
Tho Empty Heart; a Sovel. Ry Marion .
Climates for Invalids, Ac. $1.25.
Gina's Raby; bis birth and Misfortunes; a
Etatire, $1.25. * ,
The Sisters of Orleans; a Tale of Race and
Social Conflict. Also, a number of new
novels and otlur publications', just received
lt BRYAN A McCARTER'B
- White's Gardening for the South,
?gY the late Wm. A. White, of Athens, G>.
HOLMES'SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
Tho Phosphate Rocka of South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colorea
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Courso of Lectures ota '
Preaching, H. L. Dabney, D. D. $1.50. .
Any above sont" h y mail.. -
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Feb 10_ Opposite Colombia Hotel.
Ork A rOUNDS FRESH COUNTRY B?T
OUU TER for salo low by '
^May 18_ E.HOPE.
5CASKS James Hsnnessy'a <?> Brandenburg '
Freres BRANDIEB, imported. ?jrect, and
offered pore and unadulterated. Those com?
prise vftttageS of 1895, 1858, 18G0 and 1863.
tu o ok of Hocks. Clarets and White .Wines in- .
eludo some of the most famous brands a? well
aa sound low priced goods. For sale by
March 25_ GEO. 8YMMER8.
3?AA AGRES of LAND in Earn weh,
,OUU oivtheEdisto. . ,, .
750 ACRES in Kershaw- -lu lots to snit.
Saw Mill and 2 OOO acre's of Land In Loxing?
ton, on North Edieto, $7,000.
2,500 aorea Wateroo Bottom-Land, $2 pr nero
2,500 acres creek bottom and pino Land, afc
fi? per aero. 1 House in thia city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LA?uX nearthe,
oity-$8,BO0. Apply to JOHN BAUSrIETT,
Attornoy atLaw and Beal Estate Agent,
Bent, 25_ . ? . ,
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED.TONGUES, extra smoked BEEB.
Forria Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orango brand Hams.
Sugar-cured Bacon Stripe.
Pickled Salmdn. , . .....
Mess and No. 1 Mackerel, Ae., all frosh to
band. For sale by GEO. SYMMER8.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
FoV 21 JOHN C. BEEGERS*.