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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.
Bo aux.. - QOTBaftmWtfr-yhfl, , Bardwell
Sentinel, ia opuumouting pppp _the?rev
matkafbn this sUbjepffiu 84 reo??i Charles
ton, lotter of tba, Now :.York- atibuno, ?j
britton from CbarleaioQ,.8?V8;with truth :
..If pur people 'go North without,bo-J
ingipr^p'?rly'pr?se'nted, no One thihkB bf
inviting thom, to thoirhousos, or sending
theil: children tor play,with, them. . And
SO it ja hero. Aro, all, tho barriers and
protaoLions of Wo'oi?ty to,! ba j broken
doWh'in ?rder'tof?t Northern children
play with Southern obildron, and Yankee'
growu?; people associate' with?Spathern
grown people? Tho thing ia absurd.
"The troth ia, jthe qpnrtesi^B , and
amenities bf polite society fire extended
North ned South now, tia they were boJ
fore ?be wor,/ on- tho aamo - conditions.' '
If n, gqutlomauor lady,visits Charleston,
Angustiar Columbia, with proper Jet
tors pf introduction, ho ot' she' is receiv?
ed and introduced into tho samo circle bf
sooioty that 'the persons to whom they
bring ?their Jettera aro moving. Just .as
a gentleman or lady from the South visit?
ing N?'-y York, Philadelphia or Boston.
The oarp?V?baggerti,:the adventurers; the
spoliators, who havo como Bon th to rob
and op prosa us, associate with 1 negrota,
on a perfecj. oqua?ty, allow negro mon to
danoo tho round dances with their wives
and daughters, and reciprocate'these at?
tentions, to tho wives and dad gh ter a oi
their colored visitors, are not permitted
to enter the society of cultivated and re?
fined people, their obildron are not per?
mitted to 'play with oar children, and
if our women associate with each poo
?le,' they are denounced and ostracised,
n a letter from West Point, it is said,
grave fears ap entertained lest the ador?
ed cadet, Smith', may take his dusky
bell? to the hop; and this pregnant re?
mark is made: . 'I fancy that the cons to r
natjon : displayed i would be extremely
rion) fi0f course, in suoh an event,,.the
cadets Would be obliged ' to Buffer and
endure in silence, the only effect being
that the ball would be brokon up. * Hero
is the aoswer to the whole complaint. It
is a ouestiou of social proprieiy with
which the law ba's nothing to. do*.
Northern 1 ladies and gentlemen ' who
oome here to live and work with ns, not
to overturn our political and social go
vornmept, not to inoite the animosity of
race, opt ?o steal, are heartily welcomed,
and'If they bring prbper letters'of in?
troduction, courteously and kindly're?
ceived; or bringing no lotter?, show by
their deportment, refinement, and cul
' turo, that they are ladies, and gentlomoo,
110 barrier is placed against their on
trance into sooiety, so soon as they esta?
blish their claim to ita courtesies and n.t
AN ExTB?oitDiNAnx ExBotrriON.'-A
gentleman ' of Jonesburg1,' Missouri, re?
cently returned from Texas, relates-;an
extraordinary .occurrence which' took
placo a short time siuoo in the Indian
Nation.i: He was arroyo witness of the
soene. . A Choctaw Indian having com?
mitted a- wilful mordor, was arrested,
tried and sentenced to.be shot-to death.
He asked for twenty - days in wh?oh to
prepare and visit his friends, giving' his
word of honor as a ''brave" to return at
the appointed time, and was allowed to
go forth without a guard or bail.
At (ho expiration of the twenty days,
according to appointment,, the hour for
the execution .arrived, and i the Indian,
true t?o his word; at the very hoar and
minute, galloped up to* the place where
tho.eohtenoo was to be carried out, in
company with three of his sisters and
brothers,' ' all appearing as ?beerful as
tboagh they had, come to "a dabee or a
frolic. /The'coffin was" then brought on
the ground, but some 'ono remarked'that
it was too small, upon which ono of the
doomed Indian's brothers, told bim to
lay down in it and meastiro, which he
oboerfuily did,'and laughingly said-: "lt
tits oil right." The crowd, meanwhile,:
appcarqd. ?0 be in tho most cheerful
spirits, and cracked jokes and laughed.
At hist, wileu nil was ready; the doomed
manias ordered io sit - on the ground.
A handkerchief was then placed over his
eyes . by his. sister. While the shoriff
held, one' band, one of'the condemned
Indian's brothers held the other, on
each side nf him. The deputy sheriff
theu. ?tooti iu un old house about ten
stepson.front of .the condemned, with a
rifle. From some cause the' riflo went
o 1? accidentally, the ballet passing np
through the roo c of the house. The
Indian, believing he was shot, drew him?
self np and shuddered, but did not
speak or move from the spot, ' A black
mark was then made over the Indian's
heart with spittle and powder'by hit?
brother, while the deputy sheriff re?
loaded his rifle, and at a given signal he
took steady aim,' fired; and pierced the
centre of the mark. The Indian, with a
few straggles, fell back dead, with his
brother and the sheriff stilt holding his
hands. Np one seemed to be in the
least affected, except the doomed In?
dian's mother, who shed tears, but was
told to ''shat, up," by her son, that all
was over., Thus ended the extraordinary
Six Catholic priests io'Bohemia have
recently turnpd Protestants.
Here is the Bemedy !
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE OENTiJ !
TAR AND W?XD CHEERY!
THIS compound ia purely vegetablo, and io
infallible in the caro of
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, *"
lightness on tho Breast.
.'1'. Asthma; Bronchitis,
Inflammation of the Lungs,
Whooping Cough, oto., oto.
For salo only at
May 30 j HBINrTSH'S Drng Storo.
Whooping Cough Candy.
HERE ia something for children enfforing
With Whdoping Cough, Croup, Coughs,
Aa. A ploasnnt medicine in tho form of
kisses, effootoal in. allaying couche, croup;
colds. Keep tho patient, nndor the influence
of tho medicino contained in this candy; will
allay tho violence of tho cough. At
Juno 1 i HEINITSfi'S Drug Storo.
Jtte-Visit Of Dt< Bendall, .
AB thu exterminator o? CORNS and BU?
NIONS, whoso reputation i ti thia particular
branch of surgery is already known, is again
in our city, and oan be found at tho Washing?
ton Bou BD. AB there ie no doubt SB to hie
skill ?md efficiency 'in1 tho retnoVal bf those
impediments', to' walking in cbmfoTt, persona
needing his Borricos should not delay in hav?
ing recourse) to his aid. Juno G
?k MANHOOD :
' How Lost! How Beato red r
Just p'ublisTiM, tn a sealed enve
' lope. '"Price, six eenie.
* ''TJECTUBB on tho Natural Treatment
J\. ? and Radical Curo of Sporniatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Embuions,
Boxual Debilitar, and Impediments to Marri
ago generally! NervonenesB, Consumption,
Epilepsy and Fits; mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, reanlting from Self-AbuBe, Ac., by KO?
HR HT J. Cur, v EU WELL, M. D., author of tho
"Creon Bookj" &c.
?A Hoon to Thoniandi of Sufferers."
Sont tinier seal, in a plain envolopo, to any
ad dre as, y ott-j> nia, on roc o i nt of six conta, or
two postage Btampa, by OHAS. J. C. KLINE
137 Bowery, New Yuck-P. O. Box, 4,580,
.j Jrino 0_?_gmo
Complote triumph over CORNS and BU?
NIONS by Mona. BERGER, who discovered,
lat. Tho natnro of ?orne. 2d. Their die
solvent. Sd. Their permanent curel These
discoveries are tho happy result of years o
study and practico. For particulars, applj
over the Citizona' Savings Bank, from 9 to 12
>and from 2 to 1 o'olook, at Hendrix House.
May 16 _
A Chapter ot Kaot?.-Space is valuabh
in a nowspapor, and it io, thoreforo, propos?e
In thia advertisement to condenso a variety
of fads, important to tho public, into a sinai
oompaea. Those facts refer, to Hostetter'i
Stomach Rittora -what that celebrated modi
.eluo is, and what it will do. In tho first place
thon, tho article is a stimulant, tonic and al
torative, consisting of a combination of ? J
absolutely puro spirituous agent with th
most valuable medicinal vegetable substance
that Botanic research has placed at the die
posai of tho chemist and tho physician
These ingredients aro compounded with gr ea
caro, and in euoh proportions as to produce
preparation which .invigorates without excit
lng tho general system, and tonea, regulate
und controls the stomaoh, the bowels, th
h ver, and tho minor coorefive organs.
What this great restorative will do must b
gathered from what it baa dono. The caso c
dyspepsia, or any other form of indigestion
in whioh it has been peraistently adminis
tored without effecting a radical care, is ye
to be heard from, and tho same may be s?i
of bilious dieordora, intermittent fe ver, nei
voss affections, general debility, constipatioi
sick headache, mental disabilities ts wbio
the feeble aro so subject. It purifi?e all tb
fluids of the body, inoluding the blood, an
the gentle stimulus which it imparts to ttl
nervous system ia not succeeded by tb
slightest reaction. This is a chapter of fad
which readers, for their own sakes, shonl
mark and remember._Juno 2 fG
ITS CUBE AND ITS PBEVENTIVI
t BY J. fl. SCIIENCK, 91. D.
MANY, a human belog bas passod awa
for whose death there was no other rc
sou than tho neglect of known and indispu
ably proven means.of-curo. Those near at
dear to family and friends are sleeping tl
droamlesB slnmhorinto which,had they cali
ly adoptedj /
DB,. ?OSKPH U-.ISCUKNCK'ij
And avail?? fh oma el vos,ofKia ?"Wonderful et
caoions medicines, they vsoiUd not havti falle
Dr. Schanck lia*j. pi. hi? owp.".oaHf>, prov
that wherever shfU.cioht vitaji?y .psunainH, tb
vitality, by Iiis ^.odtohu^&hdvhtB directio
for their UB\ ia (juiekhpfetl-'hay hcalthl
vigor. . -'i,?/ .. .
. In this statemonttherehj nothing presan:
taods. To the faith or"~TO?TTuvalid ia ra*de
representation that la not a thousand tim
substantiated. by living and vhible worl
The theory of the cure by Dr. Sohencks n
diciuo ie as simple as it ia unfailing. Its p
losophy requires no argument. It ls solf-i
Tho Seaweed Tonio and Mandrake Pills i
the first two weapons with whi"h the citai
of the malady ia assailed. Two-thirds of t
oases of consumption originate in dyapep
and a functionally disordered liver. With t
condition tho bronchial tubes "sympathy
with the stomach. Thoy respoud to tho m
bifio action of tho liver. Here, then, coo
the culminating result, and the setting
with all its distressing symptoms, of
The Mandrake Pille are composed of on?
nature's noblest gifts-tho Podopbillnm I
tatum. They posaos s all tho blood-?ear
lng, altorative properties of calomel; but,
like calomel, they
"LKAVF, NO STING BEHIND."
Tho work of enro is now beginning. '.
vitiated and mucoun deposits in tho hov
and in the alimentary canal are ejected. '
livor, Uko a clock, is wound up. It arot:
from its torpidity. Tho stomach ax-ts rosj:
aively. and the patient begins to feel tba
is getting, at last,
A SUPPLY OF GOOD BLOOD.
Tho Seaweed Tonio, in conjunction with
Pille, pormoatOH and assimilates willi theft
ObyliUcation ia now progressing withou
previous tortures. Digestion becomes p
lesa, and tho euro ia econ to bo at lu
Thero is no more flatulonco, no exacerba
of tho stomach. Au appetite sots in.
Now conics tho greatest Blood Purifier i
yotgiven by an indulgent, lather to suffc
man. Schenok'u Pulmonio Syrup comes i
perform it? functions and .to hasten and C
ploto tho euro. It entert* at once upon
work. Naturti cannot bo cheated. It coll
and ripens tho impaired and diseauod port
of tho lungs. In tho form of gathering
proparos them for expectoration, and lol
very abort timo, tho malady in vanqnis
the rotten throne that i I occupied is rcuov
and made now, and tho patient, in all the
nity of regained vigor, stops forth to c
tho manhood or tho womanhood that was
Ol VI? UP AS LOST.
Tho socond thing is, tho patients must
in a warm room until they got well; it h
most impoBsiblo to prevent taking cold v
tho lungs aro diseased, but it munt bo
vented, or a enro cannot bo effected. I
-..?. ... i-1-: rv,"- r?
.air Hld tiding,out/?speclally in thia auction
of tho country,in.tlu> fall and winter season,
are all wron g. ' Ph taici ans who recommend
that coursblOBO their pati<?ltBlif their Inti git
are badly diseased, ruad yet/ because they are
in, the house, they must not ?it down quiet;
they must walk about.tho.roo in aa muon, a.ml
RB faut aa tho at rons th will n'oajr, to getup a.
good circulation of blood. 'The patients
most keep in good spirite-ho determined td
get well, f Thia baa a groat deal.to do with the
appetite,.ahd ie tho great point to sain.
To despair of ?nre after euch ?vidence pf'its
possibility in the worst cases,' and ' moral cer?
tainty in alL'o thorn, is sinful. Dr? Bchonok'a
personal statement to the FaoiRty of bia own
mir? ,?88 inthce?jpodoat words it ,
? "Many years' ago I was lu the last ktages of
consomption; confined to my bed, and at one
time my physicians thought "that I could not
live a-week; thou, like a drowning man oatcb.
ing at strawy, I heard of and obtained the
prep a ra tiona which I now offer to the public.
and they made a perfect ouro of. me. It
seemed to mo that I could feel them penetrate
my wholo eyatem. They soon ripened the
'matter in my lungs, and I would spit up more
than a pint of offensive yellow matter overs
morning fot a long time.
"Aa soon as that began to subside, mj
cough, fovcr, pain and night ewcata allbegar
to leave me, and my appetite became so greai
I that it was with difficulty that I could keoi
from eating too much. I soon gained m;
a tr eng th, and have' grown . in flesh eve!
"I was weighed shortly after my recovery,'
added tho Doctor, "then looking liko a men
skeleton; my woigbt waa only ninety-sovei
pounds; my present weight ia two bundrc(
and twenty-flvo  pounds, and for years .
have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Bchenck bas discontinued his profes
?ional visits to New York and Boston. Ho o
hie son. Dr. J. H. Hehenck, Jr., still cont inn
to seo patients at their oflico, No. 15 Nert]
Sixth street, Philadelphia, every Satnrda
from 0 A. M. to 3 P. M. Thoao who wish
thorough examination with tho Reapirometc
will bo charged 15. The Respirometor dc
clares tho exact condition of tho lungs, an
patients can readily learn whothcr they ar
curable or not.
The directions for taking tho med ici nos ar
adapted to the intelligence even of a child
Follow these directions, and kind nature wi
do tho rest, excepting that in somo,cases tb
Mandrake. Pille aro to be taken in increase
doses; the throe medicines need no other a?
componimehts than tho* ampio instruction
that .accompany them: First create appel it?
Of returning health hunger is tho most we
como aymptom. When it comes, as it wi
oomo, lot tho despairing at once bo of goo
cheer. Good blood at onoo follows, the cong
loosens, tho night Bwaat is abated. In
short time both of those morbid sympton;
aro gone forever.
Dr. Sch crick's medicines aro constantly ko,
in tons of thousands of families. As a laxi
tivo or purgativo, tho Mandrake Pills are
standard preparation; while tho Pulm?n
Syrup, as a curer of coughs and colds, may 1
regarded etta a prophy lacier io against coi
sumption in any of ita forms.
Price of tho Pu Inion lc 8yrup and 8eawe<
Tonic; tl.50 a bottle, or (7.50 a half doze
Mandrake Pille, 25 cents a box. For sale I
BU druggists and dosiers.
JOHN P. HENRY.
8 College Place, New York, Wholesalo Agent
AVOID (tUAOKs.-A victim of early i
discr?tion, causing nervous debility, pr
mature decay, Ac, having tried in vain evo
advertiaed remedy, haa a simple means
self-euro, which ho will send free to hie folio
sufferers. Address J. Hi TUTTLE, 78 Nass
street. New York._Deo 23 tCmc
AIE DIG AL.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER. .
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN, on groot t
dal evils and abusos, which intern
with M Ainu AGE, with sure means of reliol I
tho erring and unfortunate, diseased and t
"bihtatod. Sent in sealed letter envelop'
free of cbargo. Address HOWARD SAN ll
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Nin
street,, Philadelphia, Pa. May 14 SUM
M. H. BERBTf'8
Plain Street, near Main.
_j*iri_fm^_NOW on hand and d.iily
iSS^-'i^JeGOofciving from the mnmif
^?^g^^gHtorlea of New York, linet
f?liitaiiiM'iiinnff Ciucinnati and Louisville.
Jg^^^^^S largest assortment of Fl
N IT USE ever kept in thia market, consist
iu part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and I
ing-Room Suite; 200 Pedaleada of differ
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; aluo,
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
AU kinda of MATTRESSES mado to on
UPHOLSTER ING-and REPAIRING don
shortest notice and in the best manner.
! Terms cash and Goodaoheap. ..Oct!
Gun and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of tho celebrated Dupe
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, In 1
and cannisters, is now offered to merohi
and consumers at the lowest market rates
the undersigned, who aro sole agents for
manufacturers at thia place.
May 2S _JOHN AGNEW A BO'
TUES GREAT FERTILIZER.
ICAN furnish LIME at Depot at Wallu
S. G., for tl.50 per h?rrol. Addreaa,
REV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, 8
__M arch 20_
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & C
Grocers and Commission Mercha
on A u LOTTE. Ni G.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, V
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Croc
gonorally. Orders tilled carefully and pro
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF tho moat approved atylcs, can bc
fained at I. HULZBACII ICR'S estai
mont, Main street, Columbia Hotel
Sett and half SO(B hi great variety,
solitaire and cluxtor DIAMONDS. 8PE<
OLES and EYE-GLASSES to eui- . l]_ag?i
DR. D. LTBOOZEB.
gSPJESS^ WOULD rev i 'tinily it
<7Tn^iP$lf% n'rt patrons amt tho publi
^~LXAJOLT ncrally that ho has moved
bia now oflico, ovor Dufho & Chapman's 1
store, opposite tho Columbia Hotel, wbe
is prt-parod to execute, satisfactorily, all
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bi<
tension demands. Terms accommodate
PURE LEAF LARD-"guaranteed ai
pure"- in barr?la, half b?rrela, keg
3, 5 and 10 caddies, for salo at reduced p
by_JOHN AGNEW AS
Freo Soup ovory day, at ll o'clock, at
THE wmm wmm tsmm
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FUN?J*
CHARTERED BY TOE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
H\NE ?OMMKN?ED AND WILL CONTINUE THE DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS. IN,,
.Lauds and TonemontB, Jewelry, Pianos, Organa, Harps, Statues. Gold Watones.Bnv?r,
and Plated Ware, Diamonds, io., by Baffle, twice a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., at the General
Office, No. 147 Mooting street, Charleston, South Carolina.
The Piree tore of the Charleston Charitable Association, for tho Benefit of the Free Behool
Fund, having complied with the terme of their Charter, and paid over to J. Kv Jillson, State
Snporintondeut of Education of South Carolina, tho anm of one thousand dollars, being the
annual payment to the School Fund under tho Charter, [tho receipt being hereto appended,]
bav6 inaugurated a ay?t?n? of '-InBuranco Certificates" which is surrounded by eveiy degree
of fairness, and will be raffled for twice a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., in public, under the au
perintendonoe of Captain Fenn Pock, a sworn Commissioner.
. Tho advantages of thia system are, that tbe purchasers can have tho choice of their own
numbers anywhere from No. 1 to No. 78, and the privilego of limiting Or increasing their In?
vestments at pleasure. Tho Schedulo of Rates adopted by the Company will explain more
fully and accurately, and can be obtained at tho Oflico of tho Company, or from any vendora,
Every ra?do that takes place is olasBed and nnmbered on the Company's Official Books, and
takes placo twico a day. aa follows: *
Numbers printed on.CubeB, from No. 1 to No. 78, are placed (in public] by the sworn Com?
missioner in a CISBB Rafllo Cylinder, and aro well shaken. A boy blindfolded takes ono ol
these Cubes, which is exhibited to tho spectators and declared to be, and is recorded as, tbt
first raffled number. . Tho Raffle Cylinder will then bo revolved, and the boy again takes out
another numbor, which.is Similarly exhibited to the epectatore and recorded astheaeconc
raffle number. This operation will bo repeated until twe'vo numbers arc rt flied ont of tin
Cylind?r, and each number wiH bo recorded on thc official booka of the Company in the orde:
in wDioh it is taken in tho rafllo. Thoao twelvo numbers HO raffled in oach raffle will decide al
tho Awards of Certificates. - L
AU tho numbera in each rafllo aro equal, no distinction being made as to the order ii
which tho numbers aro taken in tho rafllo, and the Awards aro at oiico delivered to the sue
cessful Certificate Holder.
EXPLANATION OF THE CERTIFICATE AWARDS.
Purchasers select their own numbers anywhere from 1 to 78, and, for example, say
pay for tho same one dollar. Tho vendor gives tho purchaser a Certificate, with the numbe
or numbers sclented, and enters tho samo number or numbers upon the Company's Regis tci
[with tho amount so paid,] to bo returned to the Oflico of the Company by the vendor befor
tho rafllo takes place. Purchasers may select a ono number certificate, or a two numbe
certificate, or a three number certificate, or a four number certificate.
A single number certificate meana a singlo number selected by the hoy ar anywhoro froi
1 to 78, ana should that number be taken out, in tho twelve numbers so taken from the Baili
Cylinder, tho purchaser witl bo entitled to an Award of fonr times the value of shares in tb
rafljed property, or cost of tho original eertiflcato of shares. .
A two number certificate means if tho two numbers as tho certificate comes out in th
twelve numbers taken from tho Raffle Cylinder, will entitle tho successful holder to an Awar
of shares in tho ruffled property of twenty times tho valuo or cost of tho original Certificat
A three number certificate moans if tho threo numbera on tho. certificate come ont in tb
twelvo so taken from the Raffle Cylinder, will entitle tbo bolder to an Award of eh area in tb
raffled property of 120 times the valuo or cost of tho original certificate of abares. If bt
two of the numbors aro out in tho three on the certificate, the purchaser wiU receive a
Award of twice tho amount of the value or coat of tho original certificate.
A four number certificate means if tho four numbers on the certificate como out in th
twelvo so taken from the Raffle Cylinder, tho purchaser will bo entitled to an Award of a hart
in the raffled property cf .300 timea the value or cost of tho original oortiflcate of shares,
but.threo of tho numbera on tho certificate aro out in tho rallie, the purchaser will recoil
an Award of abaros iu tho raffled property of ten times the valuo or coat of the original cc
tificate of shares.
' A poraon may invest in a certificate of shares in these raffles an amonnt small or largo i
be pleases. Tho Company's Schedule 'List of Awards ia mado out at tho rate of ono doll
for certificates, but certificates will be is-sned of the value Of 25, 50 and 75 conte; also, tl, t
t3, ?i, t5 and to tlO, and upwards, aud tho Awards delivered pro rain to the' schedule list
rat en. . .
The above explanation will enable any one desiring to take a share in these raffles, to do
understandingly, and tho raffles, being fairly and honestly conducted in pnbiio by theawo
Commissioner and exactly at tbe hours named, they afford a safer means of investment th
ftny other business speculation.
The llrst Property and Land Scheme of tho Compauy will be issued in o she
time, and will be rallied every three months.
Any further information will be furnished by the Company's Agent, Mainstreet, oppos
tho ?ile formerly Known as .kinney'a Hotel, next door below Union office, where certi?oal
are for Bato.
L. T. LEVIN", Columbia, S. C.,
AGENT OF TUE COME A NI
AU certificat e? sold in Columbia will be decided by tho 12 M. drawings, daily, and bot
closed at 6 P. M. tho day previous.
* CnAitnESTON, May 24, 1871
Received of the "Charleston Charitable Association," of tho State of South CaroUna, for
Benefit of tho Freo School Fund, [successors of R. H. Willoughby & Co.,] ono thonaand d
lars, being tho sum in full to bo paid into tho hands of tho State Superintendent of Edu
tiou, "SB ruquirod by an Act of thc G. moral Assembly of tho Stato of Sooth Carolina, pasi
at tho regular session of 1870- 71," approved March 8,1871. ?J. K. JILLSON,
June 2 Imo Stato Sn pei in tenden I Education Sooth Carolin?
?sr- Hnecimens nf the Premiums to bo av? aided m av be seen at Mr. I.Bulzbacher'a eton
MOWERS, and ali kinda Harvesting Machino*
i on hand and for salo at lowest priera in tbo
Wo call apecial attention to our Horse?
power, which is tho boBt power iu uau and
not high priced. With our experionco in
planting, and tho usc of agricultural imple?
ments and machines, together with our facili?
ties for having goods manufactured, wo claim
we can give lower figures, bolter gooda and
botter satisfaction than any othor house in the
country. Send for catalogue.
April 23_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re
JLf?jk 'mhved their Stables to tho non
fH/g^-?^ building, immediately South o
^j/i/it^i^^Janiicy'a Hall, and, with a nev
T?ir**?&' Tstock of CARRIAGES. RUG
^GlES anu Uno HORSES, are prepared to an
"ewer all calls that may be made upon them
Horses bought and sold on commiatdon
Persons in want of good stock. nroTnvitcd ti
give us a call. 1.ional advanees mudo ol
stock lo? for salo. BOYCE A CO
W. II. BOTCK.
_J[3. H. PKTTINOII.I.. Jii'n 24
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
'??^- I INFORM my friends an
puhlio in general that J hav
^CDs-^iiaj^juat received au entire liei
r mm% Unlock of Double and Singh- Rai
roi GUNS, REPEATERS, Flacks. Poaohci
Pistol-Bolts, Caps. Buck-Shot Cartridge**
Cartrtdgee for all kinds of Iietols, Powdt
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
__0(it_8_ _ P. W. KRAFT. M ii in nt md.
RAMSAY'S Islav Malt Scotch Whiskey, S
Robert Purlieu's Old Tom Gili, Otar
Dupuy, Cognnc Brandy, Duff Our don's Pa
Sherry, South-bido Madeira Wino, Lomir
Dock Port Wino, nibbert'B London Porte
McEwon's Scotch Alo. Tho above direct fro
tho importera und warranted nure.
_For?aloby_ EDWARD HOPE.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and iraprov
_Cioir heaUh._March ll
OLU II A IV IC ll lt. I-S and M UTI I, AU:
cuuiiiiNt v hought and sold bv
Nov 23 Gmo _p. QAMHR1LL. Broker,
A frosh supply of Bagley's Mayflower, fi
cut, at POLLOCK'S?
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
15 '??..>?.<.(vi ' ' . -I. ? ? Ivi'f';?'.'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Present Capital, $100,000.
? ? 0
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., $?00,000.
John B. Palmor, President.
A. ?. Bremner, Cashier.
C. N. O. Butt, Assistant Cashier,
J. Eli Grogg,John B. Palmer, P. W. McHas
tor, B. D. Benn, af lt. D. benn A Ron; G. tv.
Bourdon, of Copeland A Dearden ; B. L. Brynn,
of Bryan A McCarter; \Y. C. Swaffield, of B.
A W. C SwafTield.
P. W. McMaaler, Solicitor.
THIS Bank is now open for tho transact.on
of a general.banking business.
CKUTIPICATES OT DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate of seven (7)
per cent, per annum, in kind, will be issued.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, 1'rofeasional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Hills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of th ht discounted, and money loaned
on collwti raid.
Mocks, Hoods, Cold and Silver hc?ght and
Mutilait d Cwrency purchased at a ?mall
8lglU Drafts drawn direct ou all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
?.rance, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and thf Orient, tetters of Credit iesuod,
payable in any ol tho abovo places. i
Drafts on all tho piomineut cities in tho
United Staten bought and sold.
Banking House npposito Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 8^ Fob 28 ly
NO Kl ICE USED ?N WASIIINO.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
sott, hard or sal? lt removes grease,
nil and paint from garments, lt washes all
kinds of goode-cotton, dannel, silkor woolen.
It cleanses ?tiver, plated waro and jowolry
wlthnnt scratching. If tho article aro much
tarnished, rub them with a piece of flannel
which has plenty of tho 8oap on it. To peoplo*!
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
lt will save it? cost in ono washing. For salo,
in boxcB of thirty-six bars, by
EDWARD HOPE. .
April 9 Agent for South Carolina.
Scythes .nd Grain Oradles.
S\ DOZ. superior GRAIN CRADLES.
<?i 10 doz. Griffin's Grain and Grass Soythca,
just received and for-salo low bv
May 17 _JOHN AOtiEW A SON.
Moats furnished at all hours at POLLOCK'S.
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE.
$100,000 tobe Distributed lo Shareholders.'
FIVE DOtLARS will parch a se a share. In
cludiDR a work of art worth Ave dollars.
' The Derby Farm Property to be.distributed
o ruhr nee (j tho largest Vineyard and Orchard
in tba South.,:, .. ?.!.:..-.,... >
UNEQUALED CLIMATE! PEACEABLE.
OOUNTBYI GENEROUS BOIL!
The salnbriooa and health-giving, olimate of
Aiken has given it the name of "The Saratoga
of the South." - ' . 1 ' ? "
$96,000 in Premiums presented to Share* .
$100,000 in - Real Estate and Greenback ?
Prizes to bo distributed to Share-holders.
? 94 Real Eetato Prizes, worth from '$300 to
$25,000. ..- i -A
, : 622 Greenback Prizes, from $5 to $1,000.
. (. Only 10,000 shares will bo issued; .
ONE tJUAUIS IN EVERY TD I RT Y. ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE. ,n
This Real Estate Property, convoyed" by
Deed of Trust to the Committee who are to
conduct thq Drawing, is to be transferred by ,
them to the fortunato 'Share-holders aa soon
as tho remaining snares aro sold. .
Tho Drawing, will -tako placo according to
.tho published programme.
j THE DAY OF THE DRAWING. - '
Will bo announced by telegram totheAeao
A amaU ama invested now may secure a fore
Every-Share-holder may rest' assured of
equal Justice, and that this scheme, unlike -
IS "FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Monoy received alter tho booka are closed
will bo piomptly returned. For full particu?
lars, SB embraced in revised pamphlet?, ad?
dress J. 0. DERBY, General Manager,
Hey Box No. 834, Augusta, Ga.
SST MR. J. MoO. TH ARIN, the agent of the
Association, can be found for a short time at
tho offico of Mr. D. GambriB, Main street.
Mavl8_? ? 1
And Gents' Pnrnishing Go ods,
. 10 PER CENT. JlELO TP COST, .
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
THIS is no humbug. We are obliged tb .
disenso of all'Goods now in store by the
1st of September, to make a change in our'
business. Take notice, that each article ie
marked its cost in plain figures, from which
will bo DEDUCTED TEN PER :CENT.. The
publio ia particularly requested to call early,
aa bargains may be obtained. Country mer?
chants visiting tho city can find a choice stock
of new and seasonable gooda at our store.
Boar in mind, gooda 10 per cent, below' coat,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
White's Gardening for the South,
BY the lato Wm. A. Whito, of Allions, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
' The Phosphate Rooks ol South Carolina
their History ?and Developments-Colored
Six Sermons on Temperance, bv Ljman t
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Conree of Lectures on
Preaching, R. L." Dabnoy, D. D. $1.60;
Anv above aent-bv.ma.il.
V-"- DUFFIE & CHA' MAN,
Fob 19_Opposite Columbia Hotel.
5CASKS Jnnm? HonnteajV ?ft Brandenburg
Frorcq BRANDIES, imported direct, and
offered pure and unadulterated. 1 hese com-?
Srise vintages of 1835, 1858. 1860 and 1863.
tock o? Hocks. Clareta and White Wines in?
clude some of the moat famouB brande aa well
aa sound Imo priced goods. For aale by
March 25_ GEO. SYMMERS.
3df\f\ ACRES of LAND in BarnweU,
.OvIVJ on the Ediato.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lota to snit.
Baw Mill and 2,000 aeres of Land in..Lexing?
ton,'on North Edlsto, $7,C00. . '
2,500 a cr OR Wateres Bottom Land, $2 pr acre
2,500 acres creek bottom and -pine Land, at
f2 per acre. 1 House in this oily, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, noartfce
city-$S 500. Apply to JOHN BAUBKETT,
Attorney at Law and Beal Etdate'Agent.
JeVi_25_? ? ' ly
Cleaveland Mineral Springs, <.
55 M?es West of Charlotte, JV.. C..
Tnp subscribers, having associated them?
selves in the. management of tboao
Springs, would announco to their friends and
thu-pnolic that tho Houso is now open'for tho
reception of visitors.
To tboao Who havo tested tho virtues of
chene extraordinary watrrs, it is' deemed un?
necessary to say anything by way of com?
mendation, bnt td others they confidently as
BUro satisfaction if they will make trial of the
healing properties of tho waters for only a
We pledge ourselves to spare neither fiains
nor expendo in order lu runder all who may
favor us with a call as comfortable as possi?
ble. In prospect ol an abundan co'of supplies,
wo havo adopted tho following scalo of
. REDUCED CHARGES':'
If over 10 daya. at .$1.50per day.
If not over 10 days. 1.75 " .
Children betw.ecn tho.ages of two and eight
years, and-colored servants, at half rates.
Washing on reasonable forms.
lt is expected that the Western Division of
tho Wilmington, Charlotto and Rutherford
Railroad will bo complotod. to within a mile
or two of tho Spring* at an early day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD,
Juno 4 t_R. M. OATES. .
8 oap! S oap! I Soap!!!
1f\f\ BOXES FAMILY SOAP-quality un
^AJ\J surpassed, and prices reduced 20
per cent.-at wholesale arid retail, hy
May 13 JOHN AGNEW & SON,