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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.
tor Hugo litis' published' tho following
lotter iuAhb-Sndapeiulance Balga: '.nc .tit
Sm: I protest against tho declaration;
of tho Belgian Government relative io
the vanquished ? of it Paria. i : Whatever
may lie said . or dane, .th e sa j vanquished
are p olitic al ?nen. i i Ll ? \raa i no t with * thorn i
I aoabpt the principle/ of tboCommuii?;
I dornpb accept, tho mon. I havo pro7
toatod agaiu'at.theiraotaJ Their violdcae?
have J?ad? .me' ihdlknanti aa th?- vidi,
leno?anrjf th? opposite party would d?'
now;i The, destruction Of tho column, ia
aa aoV'ofc-iHgh-treason toward ?h? uri
tionv;:<Tho.' destruction j ol> tho , Louvre
would hftvo h ? on' aa ?otbf high treason
toward civilization. Bat savogo. nots<
being unconscious, are not criminal nota.
Domeney ia a-dlsooso : and 'not a orirno.
Ignorance is not the'crime! ct' fgh?ranb.
The destruction Of tho oolaran 'Boa been
for Franco a sad bour. ? Tho destruction4
of tho Louvre wonld farvv? been eternal
mourning for all peopled But - the
column will be raised again,\ and the I
Louvre ia safe. Paria " ia retaken} ! Toe'!
Asaembly has vanished tho Commune,
Who baa<m???theI18th of. March?'. Who
is guilty, *ht? Asa?mbjfyor thb Co trim nue?
History will tell. Tho barning ot Paris
is a'mo?s trobe-'fohl::: But aro1 'thorC not
two'moenVlJariea? .'? ? Bet . nh walt -rVorder1
to judge. I have never understood Bil
lioray; and Ri gaul t has' astonished me
unto indignation;' But to shoot Bilbo
ray or Rigaultls n crime; < Those Of tho
Commuud, . Jobanndrd .and LaCeoilin,
who shoot a nhildl of fifteen y carsdale
o ri mi nala,.. Tho BB of. the 'Assembly, who
shoot* Volles,,. Bopquet, PariBOI, Aiaou
roux, Lefranoaia, Brunet- and Dom
browsky, are cribiinals. Hero tho orime
is na well in tho Assembly as in the Com?
mune. . First, .to. all oiviliaed .men,.the
punishment ja : abominable; .secondly,
the exoqur,ion, without judgment ia infa?
mous. _ J.qdgp - first,- then condemn,; then,
exoputo.. might then blame, but not
obju rgato., You are '.within the law..,, If
you lqll wi th o u t judgment, you. nssass i
nate. ?'I return ,to .tu? Belgian.Qovern
menU'<lJ,.ijt,') is^ wropg^.'to .refuse asylam,j
The' law permita this" refusal, tito right
forbids it '4'I,' who writo'those- linea, hold
as a'" maxim ,'iVo.', Jure .''ebn'tra legem.'
Asylum ls an Old right. It'is the sacred
right of the Unfortunate. *In tho mid?
dle ages the Ohurch granted asylum even
to parjioidps. As to reo, I declaro: i
offer thia asylum which the Belgian Go?
verning refuses, j Where? In Belgium.
I do that honor to Belgium. I offer asy?
lum at Brussels. I offer it at Place des I
Barricades No. 4, (M. pogo's town resi?
dence ajt.BruaseIg.1,^.?Leta vanquished of.
Paris, lei ,a member ot the Commune,
which Paris bau but little elected^ and |
which I have never ' app.rov?d*--??t oap '
of these, rjoen, .were be my personal ono
my-^?speciall^if..he is my pomonal ene?
my-Mooch'-' at? my door,' 11 ope n.T 5 H? is
in my jjt?b&?, ' ? H? is in violable. : . Should
I, ^(jhancu'ljo u foreigner id Belgium?
I do;nqt!''l>^ev?/ity".I^'fete? myself the
brother, bi all moni and the..guest of ''all
. nations,- At hil.even ts, a'fugitive of the
' Commune with ?a? Wilt be a vanquished,
one with an'outlaw; the vanquished of
to-day with tho-outlaw of yesterday.
Two venerable things) os 1 do not hea.1
tatp ^tb 'a^V; pQne' weakness protecting,
another., If, a man bo an outlaw, Jot Him
enter'my Louse* I defy, ?wbomsoever it
be, to tear him from it. I speak here of
political men.,^ If. afq?itjvoof tho Com?
mune be taken* nt my nome they shall
take mo. If he be given up I shall fol?
low i?tii. I snail set down with bim oh
tho bench of 'tho accused. For tho dc-"
fence of the right, the .man of the Re
P ubi ic, who has been proscribed by. Bo?
naparte, shall be seen by the side of. the
man of the Oommuue, who is the van
. finished ol tho Assembly of Versailles.
1 shall do my duty. Principles hefore
every thing 1^ If may ba affirmed that
Enghind will not give up the refugees of
tho Commune. Why place Belgium be?
low England? The glory of Belgium is
to be an asylum. Let us not tako that
glory from her. By defending France I
defend Belgium. The Belgian Govern*
meat will be agaiustme, but the Belgian
people will.be with mo. At any rate, I ]
shall have my ooriaoienco. Receive, Sir,
&c. VICTOR HUGO.
Mm. Mooro in a Tennessee lady, and
when her little boy fell down a twenty
four feet well, she .pimply, grasped the I
rope, swung herself to the water* nabed
the obild out with her feet, and came up
with him, hand-over-hand, to dry laud
and her house-work again.
The ties user on the South American
railways .have been transported almost I
entirely from Oaliforbia, aa1 the hard-1
wood ties out on the Andes cannot be
used without boring tho spike-holes with
augers. The ties cost One dollar each
landed nt Callao.
Jjord Courtenay, the last titled bank
During the last few years ho io reported (o'
have lived at the rate of more than
8500,000 per annum, and his indebted?
ness to bia tailor alone is set doWD at |
A Bridgeport man, on a wager, swal?
lowed a. frog after it had been well but
toted, a few days ago.
Mrs. Fair saya she doesn't mind hang?
ing, but tobe accused of a Weakness for
gin is too muon.
Lard I Lard fi
PURE LEAF LARD-"guaranteed strictly j
pure"-in b?rrela, half barrels, kegs and
3, 5 and 10 oaddtea, for aalo at reduced prices,
by _ JOHN AGNEW A BON.
Soda and Minorai Water.
THE F*OUNT is open for the season, with
choice DyruoH made from pare Juico of
the fruit. BRIBE'S CONFECTIONERY.
GOTTON SEED REPINES OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Alno, in glaasa, pinta aod
quarte. For sale low._E. HOPE.
A freah supply of llremeu Lager at POL
Tho coolest Lager in tho city can be had at
A freah supply of Bagley'e Mayflower, Ano
cut, at POLLOCK s.
?pedal amplio es.
ITS O0RE AND ITS PREVENTIVE;
; D? J. Hi BC?BNCK, M. lJ. -
MANY L haman ?elog has pasBod ft>wfty.
Tor whoso death thero waa no other rea?
son than the rr?'gldet of known and indisput?
ably proven moana of core. Those pear and
dear to family and friends aro Bleeping tho
dreamless" clamber int?: which, had they' calm?
ly ?d?.ted r-i..i l'Um h v !.? i !
I . JLUi. JOSEPH. II. KCHESCKM
I* SLM^I^?AT?NT;.. "
And availed tbomsolvcs of bia wonderful eui
caoiROP medicines, th By Would not baye falten-,
i Dr. Schonok .baa, in hia own caso, proved
that wherever sufficient vitality remains, that
vitality, by bis I raodlouieBiand?hia dhieoUona
for th,eir nap, is, quickened, into ho al th I ul
vlgorl '' ' ,'"*' ' '
Irr/tiiB Btatemenlitharotanothing presump?
tuous. To the faith of tho invalid, IB m ado no
representation that ia not a thousand timea
anpatantiated by living And vhtible, works.
Tho theory .of tho euro by Dr. Schcnbk's mo
dioine ta aa ?Imple aalt ie unfailing. " Ita phi?
losophy requires no argument,. It iq ao)f-aa
Tho Boavf cod Tonio and Mandrake Pilla aro
tho fif st two woapona with uhi-.h the citadel
of the malady ia assailed. Two-thirds of tho
cases of oonanmption originate in dvapopsia
and. a functionally disordered liver, with thia
condition tho' bronchial tnbeu "sympathize"
with tho stomach. They respond to the mor?
bific' action of tho livor. Hore, then, cornea
the culminating result, and tho 'setting in,
with all ita distressing symptoms, of ???
. The Mandrake Pilis aro composed of one of
haturo'H noblest gifts-tho Podopbillum Pel
t a tum. Thoy pos?ese all tho. blood-aoarch
ing, alterative properties of calomel; brit, un
ilko calomel, they iii ? 1
. ?liKAVK NO STING BEHIND."
. Tho work of euro ia now beginning. Tho
vitiated and macona depoaita in tbo howe's
and in tho alimentary canal aro ejected. Tho
liver, liko a clock, is wound up. It arouaea
from its torpidity. The stomach acta respon?
sively, and tho patjont begma to feel that he
ia got ting, at last,
A SOPPLY OF GOOD BLOOD.
Tho Seaweed Tonie,.in conjunction with tho
Pills, pormoat ea and assimilates with the food.
Obyhuoation ia now progressing without RH
previous tortures. Pigoation becomes pain?
less, and tho cure ia soon to bo at hand.
There is no mord flatulence, no exacerbation
of tho stomach. An appetite sots in.
. Now conies the greatest Blood Purifier over
jot given by an indulgent father tb Buffering
map. Bchenok's Pulmonio Syrup cornea in to
perform Ita iuhctthna and tc hasten and com ?
pleto.tha cure, lt enters &t onoo upon Re
w^rk. ., M .-.turo cannot be/choated. It collecta
audVipona the impaired and diseased portions
Of tho lunga. In tho form of gatherings, it
prepares them for expectoration, and lol in a
Very abort timo, tho malady ia vanquished,
tho rotton throne that it occupied ia renovated
and mado new,'and the patient, in all the dig?
nity of-regained, vigor? uterm forth to enjoy
tbe manhood or tho womanhood that was
? GIVKN DP AB LOST. .
. Tho RQOondthing ia, the patieata muat stay
In a warm robin until .they get well; it ia al
rndat ioipoBsiblo tb prevent takiug cold when
the tunga aro .diaoaacd, but it muat bo pre-. -
vented, or a euro cannot bo (fleeted. Fresh
airuw.d riding ont, especial!? ih thia sect ion
of the country in the fall and winter season
are all wrong. Physicians who recommend
that course loae their patiente, if their lunga
are badly diseased, und yet, becauae thoy are
lin the house, they moat not alt down quiet;
thov must walk about tho room aa much and
aa fast BO tho strength will bear, to get np a
good circulation of b\ood. Tho patienta
muet keep in good spirits-ho determined to
get well. Thia baa a great deal to do with'tho
appetite, and ia the groat point to gain.
To deepair of euro afterauch evidence of RB
poaeibtlity in tho worst caaes, and moral cer?
tainty iu all olhera, ia sinful. Dr. Schonck'a
personal statement to tho Faculty of bia own
cure ?aa in thean modest words:
"Many years ago 1 waa in the last stages of
consumption; confined to my bcd, and at one
time my physicians thought that I could not
live a week; thou, liko a drowning man catch?
ing at straws, 1 heard of and obtained the
preparations whioh 1 now offer to tho public,
and they mado a perfect euro of mo. It
Beamed to me that I could foci them ponotrate
my whole system. Thoy. soon ripened the
matter in my lunga, and I would spit up more
than a pint of offensive yellow mailer every
morning for a long limo.
"Aa Boon aa that began to subside, my
cough, fover, puin and night ?weata all began
to leave mo, and my appetite became KO groat
that it was with' difficulty that leonid ktep
from eating too much. I anon gaim.d my
airength, and have grown*in flesh ever
"1 waa weighed shortly after my recovery,"
added tho Doctor; "then looking like a mero
skeleton; my weight waa only ninety-seven
pounda; my preaept weight ia two hundred
and twenty-five  pounda, and for ycara I
havo enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Schanck baa. discontinued bia profes?
sional visite to New-York and Boston. Ho or
bia BOU, Dr. J. H.-Sohenok, Jr., elill continuo
to BOO patienta at. their office, No. 15 North
Sixth <?tr?et, Philadelphia, every Saturday
from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Thoae who wish a
thorough examination with tho Iloapirnmoter
will bo charged $5.. The Beapirometor de?
clares the exact, condition of tho lungs, and
patients can readily learn whothcr they aro
curable or not. .
Tho directions for taking the medicines are
adapted to the Intelligence even of a child.
Follow these directions,-and kind nature will
do th? rest, excepting that in Some cases the
Mandrake Pilla are to be taken in increased
doaea; the three medicines nced.no other ac?
companiments than the ample instructions
that aocompany them: First create appetite;
Of returning health hunger io tho moat wel?
come symptom. When it comes, as it will
como, let the despairing at onoe be of good
oheer. Good blood at once follows, the cough
loosens, the night sweat is. abated. In a
short /time both of these morbid symptoms
are gone forever.'
Dr, Schonck'a medicines aro constantly kept
in tens of thousands of families. As a laxa?
tive or purgative, the M?ndrako Pills are a
standard preparation; whilo the Pulmonio
Syrup, aa a ourer of coughs and colds, may bo
regarded as a prophylaoterio against con?
sumption in any qt iU forms.
Price of tho Pulmonio Syrup and Seaweed
Tdnie, $150 a bottle, or $7.50 a half dozeu.
Mandrake Pills, 25 cents a box. For sale by
all druggists and dealers.
JOHN F. HENRY,
8 Ollego Place,New York, Wholesale Agent.
COTTON SEED Oil. CAKE can he had
at all timos, and in any quantity, of
Jan 21_E. HOPE.
A fine summer tonio ls Hattorf** Bitters
ean ho had at POLLOCK'S.
Re-Visit of >Dr. Kendall, ??.;.
AS th? ?xt&rminatd/ ot CORN?* and 'BU?
NIONS. wh?BO; roptRatloh in thia: particular
branch ol aurg^try'is alf cady known, la again'
in oar city, and dan bo found at thc Washing-'
(on H?hse. ' AW there ia'no' doubt aa to hit?
akill Aha! eutclency in tho removal ?>r those'
impcdimoht^.' to walking 'In comfort,'persona'
needing his Services shonld not d?lav in W$
ing rocourao ?o(bis aid. ' ; Jungo'
' DEBILITY AMD ?M&OIATIOS BOTH
rcooltfrotii tho lack of ability to convert tho
food into ff?lrim?nt. How'neoaaBarW tt?en,-'
for tboeo stifTeribg'from tbeee'alarr?rag aymp- ]
toma to immediately resurt to a remedy that
will "strengthen' tb'e' stomach1 and *dlgo?tira
organs. For.' ts soon as this desirable object
has been accomplished tho health improves,
and tho patient rcsumoa bia usual personal I
appearance. Hostotter'a Stomach Bitters
havo attained a world-wido popularity in auch
oases, and have boon' proven, .tho beat and :
aafeat mc ana of removing constipation j toning '
the stomach, giving energy to tho livor, and
relieving every symptom of nervousness and*
do proa sion pf spirit a. Ita cheering and beno-'
fie ?al e fleets are highly spoken of by thou?
sands, who owo to it their restoration to
health. No restorative in tho annale of me?
dicine has attained theaame popularity in tbe I
short space of time it has been beforo tho
public, or has won the high endorsements ac?
corded to this excellent tonic. Many other
preparations',, purporting tc bs correctives
and restoratives, lin ve buen introduced, and
havo perished ono by ono, wbilo the popularity
of Hoatottor'a Stomach Bitter? continues to
increase, and ia now recognized as a standard
household medicine. Tho succeea which at?
tends the use of the Bitters evinces' at once
ita virtuos in all caaos of debility and diaoaaea
of tho stomach. , CortiUcatoa, almost without
number, have beep published, attesting its
truly miiraculoue power in removing those
painful and fearful diaeaaos. And at this time
it seems idle to do more than oall attention to
the great remedy of the age, in- ordor to
awaken public attention to ita excellence. It I
ia the only pr?paration of the kind that ia ro
liable in all casca, and it is therefore worthy
of the consideration of thc aflliotcd,
AVOID QUACKS.-A Victim of early in
diacretiori; causing hervoue debility, pre-1
maturo decay, dec, having tried in vain every |
advertised remedy, baa a aimple means ot
self-cure, which ho will send freo to bia fellow
suffcrera. Address J. H.TUTTLE, 7R Naaaan |
airtn*t. Now york.- ' ' - ' Dto23+Gmo
MANHOOD : ','
How Lost,!. How Restored\
Just published, ina sealed enve-.
lope, rricc, six cents.
ALECTURE on tho Natural Treatment
and Radical Curo of Spermatorrhca or
Sbtninal Woakneaa, Involuntary Eroiationa.
Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marri
ago generally; Nervousucsa, Consumption
Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca
pacify, resulting from Sclf-Abuec, Ac, hy Ito
ln.HT J. CoT.VEiiwEi.iv, M. D., author of the
"Oreen Book," t?c. i .
' ??A Boon to-Tltonaantla of SutToo?.
8eat cn 1er acal, in a plain envelopo, to any
addroaa, poet-paid, on receipt of aix ceuta. or
two poatago stampa, hy CHAS. J. C. KLINE
127 Bowery, Kew York-P. O. Box, 4,590.
Juno G_' _3m?
M KDIC A I..
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
ESSAYS FOB YOUNG MEN. ou great so?
cial ovila and abusos, which Interfere
with MAnniAOB, with euro means of relit! for
tho erring and unfortunate, diseased and de?
bilitated. Sent in settled letter envelopes,
freo of charge. Address HOWARD SANITA?
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sonth Ninth
atroetj Philadelphia, Pa. _ May 14 Smo _
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
JX THE COMMON PLEAS.
Martha J.Towuse.ud. Administratrix, cs. Wm.
J. HutaoQ et al. ?
ALL perenna having claims against the
estate of tho lato Samuel Townsend, de?
ceased, intestate, atc r? quired to provo them
before tho undersigned, on or before tho lat
d.iv of July next. W. S. MONTEITH,
Juno ll -ft) Special Referee
?MAY bo obtained by calling at ISAAC
HULZBACHEK'? and purchasing one
of those tuatlv celebrated ELGIN
WATCH liri, and wbero you eau lind a
completo atockof Diamonds, Jewelry,
Hi Iver and Plated? W aro, of thu heat
manufacture. In addition aro tho
United States, Waltham, Euglieb and Swiss
Watches in Gold and Silver Cases, which will
ho closed out at New York prices.
Constantly on bund fino Gold Chaina. Seal
Ringa, Charm?,Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Sets,
and a varied stock of Fancy Articles.
AU kinda of Repairing done promptly, and
warranted, by ISAAC SULZUACllER,
April 27 . '_Under Columbia Hotel.
Entire New Stock.
_ THE undersigned respectfully Informs
v?4his customers that ho has REMOVED to
(Utbe new store, on Main strict, directly
-JULoppo?itt? tbe Columbia Hoted, and ia fully
Sropared with an entirely NEW STOCK OF
IOODS, to flt out a gentleman in tho very
LATEST FASHION. He baa secured the
latest and beat atyloa of CLOTH H, CASSI
MERES aud GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODaJ H< homily. Call at the new stand auc
select a ault, or feavo Tour ordor and have It
made to measure. 0. D. FBERHAltDT.
Scythes and Crain Cradles.
2DOZ. superior GRAIN CRADLES.
10 Cot. Griffin's.Qrsin and Graes Boythes,
Jnat received and foi sale low by
May 17_JOUN A<3NBW A BON.
LD BANK Bli.LB ?nd M?T1LATKD
CVRRBNOT bought and ?old by
Nov 23 Gmo L . QAMBB1LL. Broker.
STOCKS, BONDS und COUI'ONS bought
and aold by D. GAMBRILL. Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo_
Gan and Blatting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celobrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, In kegs
and cannisters, is now offered to morchauU
and consumers at thc lowest market.rates, by
tho undersigned, who aro solo agents for tho
manufacturers at this place.
_May 25_. JOHN AGNEW A BON.
Tho only flue Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S.
: ;.' .v: IN ..... .......
. *? ' ]1 ? tl VI'- ? ' , ' .\ . . * '
Spring and Summer Clothing,
i' ' rui . AT"' < ?
Ri & W. O.-SWAFFIELD'S. ? V
"TTE/K bkvj tho largest''retah etock in the
TY State, and, anxious to r?duoo it, will
sell it at G UK ATI. Y KEDU?ED PRICES. "
.Tho atock is unbroken, and, thc best etock
vre have ever bandied. ? '
' Now fHAT8, of a dcairablo Btyle, jost re?
ceived'. . .>?"
This rodncfion will apply also to ont CUB*
TOM DEPARTMENT. May IC
. JiV . . ' .. ?-a
'SaiqiOTQ jouitung pnu Suijdg
May 12_. _
White's Gardening for the South,
BY tho lato Wm. A. W hito, of Athena, Qa.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
Tho Phosphate Rocka of South Carolina,
their History and Dovclopmcnta-Colored
Six Sermona on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lecturca on
Preaching, lt. L. Dabney, D. D. ll.50.
Any above ecnt|by mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Fob m Oppoaitn Columbia H?tel.
THOSE wtio have loat aoveral Natural
Teeth, and have been advised to part
with remainiug sound onea, aa tho first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, are
requested, before Submitting to a practice,
cruel in itself and often unncceaaarily per?
formed, to convince themselves Of ita fallacy,
by looking closely iuto a matter , of ea muoh
The abovo improvement waa doeigned to ro
aiat ao deplorable a practico, and after a tho?
rough teat of more than three yeara, ia found
capable of accomplishing what no other aya
tem of Artificial Dentistry haaheretoforedoiio.
It ia now possible to obtain partial cases.
which will save for years Natural Teeth, and
bo at the same time reliable in evory reapeot.
An invitation ia hereby given to Buch sa
feel interested to call at our Operating
Rooms, and examino duplicate specimens of
casca now in actual uao.
Nov fit REYNOLDS fe REYNOLDS.
STOVES! STOVES! ST0V?ST
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware 1 Tin-ware !
PLUMRING, ROOFING, GUTTEUING, und
all work in thia liuo, put up to order
and ready for anio at tho
G A ll OL I -V A M A X UFA (J TO li Y.
CU at either house-Columbia or Newberry
HENR? H. BLEASE,
March 22 t Proprietor.
The Dexter Stables.
THE und ursig ned have re?
moved their Stables to tho new
building, immediately South ol
.V?7?G^v^:Jl^B.,a",l?y',, Hall, and, with a now
~*\\Sr^^ Tstoek of CARRIAGES. RUG
GlKy ano lino HORt-ES, arc prepared lo an
?wer all calls tbut may he ruadu upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
PeraonB in want of good etock. are invited to
give UH a call. Liberal advances made on
etock loft for aalo. BOYCE &. CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. TI. PETTIWOIM.._JjtnJM
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my frienda ar-d
mblic in general that I have
Jual received an entire new
Tstoek of Double and Single Bar
roi GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouchra,
Piatol-BHte, Caps. Buok-Shot. Cartridge?.
Cartridges for all kinda of Plateia, Powder
REPAIRING done at ahm t notice.
Oot 8_Pj W. KRAFT. Blain streef.._
"Wy AMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
XV Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard,
Dupuy, Cognac Brandy. Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-aide Madeira Wino, London
Dock. Port Wine, Hibbort'a London Porter,
McEwen'? Scot oh Ale. Tho abovo direct from
the importers and warranted pure.
For salo by_EDWARD HOPE.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respeotfully inform
bia patrons and the public ge?
nerally that ho has moved into
his now office, over Du fri o A Chapman's Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where he
ia prepared to exocuto, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bia pro?
fession demanda. Terms accommodating.
The Doctors Recommend Secgers'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Alo. Why? They know it ie unadulter?
ated. March ll
COUNTY CLAIMS AN? JURY CEItTI
KIOATKU bought by
.J-P!i.5_. D. OAMBRILL. Broker. _
If a Poi ter House st< ak will atop your hun
ger, call at POLLOCK'S.
Hew B.QO?B, by Expresa.
War and Culture, by Arthur Halb?. ' tl r>0.
Hugh Miller's Life and Ivot^ra, twci.fvai
times, by Poter Baync, with, portrait.K#4,'.., ,
|c Christianity and Pom?yc?am, by. $lcCoflli.
Peopled Practical Poultry cBook, very oe'm,
pleto. $1.60. ... .)i i,; ' "s
Why Bid He Not Die? From tho 0 oem on, by
?MrarWiatar. :. ,: . ? .,.
? ; Gallirkoe, a Romance, by Sand. $2. .
. Clffnatos for invalida, by ti. Bill. " *1.8?;
Body and And, by Maudeloy, Lon ?co. . SI..
Tho Old Fashioned i Boy, by.:Farquara<in,
j Little Mon, bV anM?ol' of Littl?'ir?at^l
Pike Cou ti ty Bal 1 a il a, by John Hay. et .60.
" Mxa.'Oocton'a1 Book of .Household .Manage-)
mont. .Tho moat complete work on thia aub?
jeot. Hloatratoa.. : ,r ~ .
Also, como now Novols by1 good authors-,'
jnat opened, at BRYAN A MoUAHTEH'H "i
Jone 18 ? . Bookatoio.
10 TER CENT. BELOW COST,'
GOODMANS CLOTHING BAZAAR.
THIS ia no humbug. We'are obliged4o
diaooao of all doods now in atore by the
lat of September; ta make a change in our
business. Tako notice, that eaob article ia
marked its coat in plain figures, from which
will bo DEDUCTED TEN PER CENT. The
public ia particularly requested to caU carly,
aa bargama may bo obtained. Country mer?
chants visiting the ci tv can find a choice stock
of new and aoaeonahlo goods at our atoro.
Bear in mind, goode 10 per cent, below coat,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
^jJRAIN CRADLER u
HORSE POWERS. ' . ' ,:
MOWERS, and all kinds Harveating Machines
on hand and for sale at lowest pricea in the
Wo call special attention to our Horao- <
Tower, which hr tho beat power In uao and
not high priced. With our experiouco hi
planting, and tho use of agricultural imple?
ments und machines, together with our facili
ties for having goods manufactured, wc claim
we can give -lower figures, bettor goods and
better satisfaction than any othor house in thc
country. Scud for catalogue.
; April28 _ L?RICK A LOWRANCE
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
* CHARLOTTE. N. O.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Com, Hour,
Bacon, Laird; Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Orders titled carefully and prompt?
ly. _ Feb 7lyr
M. H. BERRY'S"
I'lain Street, near ilain.
r?nf^^y?*^ on band and daily re
?ijrfj**?r&ljay iving from tho maunfac
*2P* . j'^Wtffi*T^" "f New York, Boston,
ftarnggg^r Cincinnati and Louisville, the
Jg -Jx UrtrcM assortment of FUR?
N ITU HE e vor kept in thia market, consisting
in part of Walnut .Parloir. Chamber and Din
ing-Room Snit?: 200 HudRteade of different ,
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-boitom Chairs.
All kinds of MA'PTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dons at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terma cs sh and Goode obeSp._Oct 80
MRS. >, J. i WYATT informs her friend?
?nd thc public in general, that she has .
oponed a PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, on
Plain sin rt,-near hull. The boneo ia. la TRO
! and airy, and puesta may expect the oomforiiv
of a home._, ,?_._May 2;
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra smoked BEEP;
Ferrie Fulton Market Beef.
Diamond and Orange brand Ham?.
Sugar-cored Bacon Strips.
Pickled Salmon. -
Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel, Ac., all fr?an to
hand. For sale by_GEO. 8YMMKBM.
The Exchange Honse
?HA8 been overhauled aud, re-arranged
for tho Spring and Bummer. Iced btve
ragea oompoundod at ehort noi'es.
May 6 VAYHINGER A FRANKLIN.
3f*i\f\ ACRES of LAND In Barnwell,
.OUU on theEdlsto.
750 ACHES in Kershaw-in lota to snit.
Saw Mill and 3.000 acrts of Laud in sexing
tou, on North Ediato, *7,t00.
2,600 aerea Waterer. Bottom Land, ?2 pr aero
2,500 acres creek bottom and pine Land, at
f2 per aero. 1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, noar the
elly-f8 50?. Appl> to JOHN BAUSKETT,
'Attorney at Law and B?al Estate Agont.
Genuine imported Curacoa, Absyntho and
Maraschino, at POLLOCK'S.
> '(Formerly Gl?ia & Radcliffe,} -
>'u j ti >a ... . - .1:1 io iii ii?ivi iiV
MTCAS on baud, at reduced prices, QOLD and.
Jtllr?tf/T*?B WATCHES, IEWELRYT<6TD> ?
VE* aud)BLAT?D VT ABE, House F ur niching ; ?
Gooda, Guna, Pistole and Sporting Geode. .
K-N? B; HAvin'g the agency ol1 tb? American^'1
Pbila^pJRbl?; Watehee. (Pfglua- Pat? i8qu-LOL
am prepared to furnish thom at manufac?
turers pri?es. . I oan rttoommend theta-a finit r ^
claa*4imepicce._i, >. -IL?.I*-?.?;?fij??i
1J Bepa?rlng'?nd Engraving dono bv first elfcaa 1
?^o^s?ch, ?sd warranted.,^ GLAZE, -.1
."One door North Bcott A Son/a Banking .J.
goflie. . '. ' Jubo 9-f2mtfp -
jBtafo of abnth"t?ar?liria-'-:-1raio? Co, "
in . " COURT ?F PROB AT?. ? '' *p"
William Bailey, "Plain tiff, tja. Jano . BailoyT
Mary Cudd, Joshua, Gudd. Thorrr?? Holley,
ftCTQC aro hereby aummone?? inti required? J
X ? to,ftiiBW?r:tho potRI?n .in thlfl*otion- J
which is ? hied in the ofUcpor tho- prob a to .
Judgo* for the said -Couhty, and 'td ser^e 'sf '
oopy-o(!yonr anajver to tho o aid po ti lida on ;
?ho eubacriber, at. his office, at Union, ?. C.,
within twohty dkjs*after'the H?rvlcoTiotcun'' ;
exclusive of the day of abeu BcrVioe;. and it ? ?
you fail to answer tho complaint within tho'
tinto' aTbretfaid; tho Plaintiff in t?rm ' action7'
? will Apply.to the Court for the ro?or- tiomana-i :.
ed in the petition, .- . * ? -
,: Dated Kay IS,'187T. -. ui :'- vti?
JAB. B. STEEDMAN,. >u.,i
. .. PlamtifPs Attorn?e^. t ,t
'?b Vba^uo ?udd, Mary Pudd and Jas.Xai?yt .. "
Take notice that this notion ia commenced -V
[ for partition of land, In the Probate- Court fio? -
and for the County of Union; and that a sum?
mons in tbis action, of which the foregoing ia
a copy, was died in the office of .the Judge of
said Conrt, at Unlon, in tbo County of Union,'A
in said Stato, on. the?tenth dav of May, 1871,..;
. JAB. B. STEADMAN.
Uxiony May 15. 1871. Mayl9f6 hi|
' " ' For Sale. " r;"
THE LOT known as Christ Ohm ch proper- i?
ty, situated on tho South-east corner of. ,
Blanding and Marion streets, in tho city of
Columbia, containing one acre**:ii
Tho Lot on Richardson street', South of and '"
adjoining tbo United States or Niokoreon Ho-, ii
tel .Lot, fronting on Richardson atreet 58 feet
6 incbea, and running back 208 feet' G inches. "
. Each of .the above Lots, from their peen? -
liarly favorable locations, must fast increase
invalne. 7 >?.-?>
In addition to tho above,.the subscriber oft,.,
fera for ealo a largo amount of Beal Estate
in this oliy, in the surrounding country, in .
Newberry, and in Spartanborg, consisting of
Houses and Lota. Farms, Milla. Ac.
May 21 timo_ J. W. PARKER. ;? 1
[j King's Mountain MiUtary School; :T
Yorkville, 8. C.- 1
^jjj. THE Second 8essIon of .th?
/fl?bk. achoo! year of 1871 will begin an
?|Iffl?fctho 1ST OF JULY.
sffiH^OT TERMS.-For school expenses, i.
WW?By c?.. Tuition. Books. Stationery,
43SSr Boarding, Fuel, Light? and Wash- i.
lng, $185 in. currency, per session, of *3ye ."
mouths. ? . ,, ' ? t,
. For circulars containing full particolare, up- ,
ply to COL. A. COWARD, '
Jone 2 fwlmo Principal and Proprietor.
intelligence Office. , V
(Opposite Masonic Hall.)
WE'call the attention of the citizens of
Columbia and vicinity to tho fact that ''
we have purchased the interest of - BEARD A
ORCHARD in the above institution, and will
give attention strictly lo ita demands. , Malea
or females wishing employment of any kind
can be supplied bv calling, or mending In their
names anti residences and announcing their
wants. The desires of employers will be im?
mediately taken notice of. Ben'ors and. those .
wishing to rent will ho providid for. Tho
collection of Accounts will he purshi'd, jionds
negotiated, and rules of Hekl and ! Personal
Property mude. LEE A SX-'lTH.
June 3 . - i
"HAIK^HAMSTI . HAMslii ?
/CHOICE MAGNOLIA ll AMPI
V_' CHOICE MARYLAND HAMS ll' .
(ilioM'K CLOWN I1AMS1 II
Together w?ih u li.I. F-i.. ck Shu-kid und .Dry
Sailed RAt'ON SllJi S, Shnnldirs- Mid Strips,
fol ssh' at low prices tn cash ri ii>>ivm< rs
Wi AV'?7 J'MIN' AGNKW A SON.
AD?SIRABLE S'.'.iRF, on Main street,
ne;.r tho corn--: of lllatidi $ I\,r icrois,
app:v ti? Dr. John Lvnch. or
F.'h2a -fl KN DU IX RUO
THE GREAT PF.UTILIZEIt.
CAN furnish LIME at/iepot at Walhalla/
S. G., Tor $1 50 per barrel. Addreas.
REV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, S C.
Bf areli 2G _ - -
Soap! Soap!! ShapM!
-I i\f\ BOXES FAMILY SOAP-"quality uii
JLvJv/- surpassed, and pr ices reduced. 20"
per cen?.-at wholesale and retail, bv
May 13 j - JOHN AGNEW'A SOM.
B ,110 K. E
Beal Estate and Insurance A^ont,
. * CoiUMSTA, 8. O. 1
OFFICE over.W. O. Fisher's Dtrig Sterb','
opposite Columbia Hotel, Main street... May j
"t ?"k?X, CASES Moot A Qhandon'a CHAM
LVlv/ PAGNES, Just received, and offered
in consequence of cessation of hostilities, ai
mueh reduced rates. Foroaleby
March 28_ GEO. SYMMRBB.
ANOTHER supply of FOOD FOB INFANTS,
Thrs is Just the food for babies. Mothers
call and examine it, at - HEINITBH'S
Jone If. ._Dreg Storw.
Se?ge??' Sooi ia WKUXVJ.
IT don't contain Copperas,- BalWX?ai?^o?
Alum._- Ma** lt
Jewelry and Bilv?rwM?;
OF the most ?Pprove^l sJWes, can he ob?
tained at I. tfOLZBAOtfEB* eslabllehi
mont. Main, street, Columbia Hotel B?ir.
Sets and half set* In flrrea^ Tftrietr- iUep,
aohtairo and alaster DIAMONDS* BPEOTA
QIJEB and EYE-GLASSES to snit all ages. ,
ALA MODE BEEF, Veal, Wild Dnok, fresh
Maokerel, frosh B simon, Oysters,
Poaches, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Gage
Plums. All of first quality and full weight.
For sale low. E. HOPE.