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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.
purlieus of Belleville, Ohar?nn?, Mont
mar tro, Balignolles, La'Vilote and' La,
Chapelle, arid in timo, under tim toach
inga of secret Bed Cia ba, boon mo ri pu
instruments for revolt. ' .Th?'fltrBnb^?rmi
'oT tbe'?mp?r? suppressed them/ but :ttie
ComninrVo eventually found" ita'-troops
ibero- Tims.to tho imbecility of Napo?
leon Fran od'owes tho 'dreadful draina of
blood Jubt oqaotCu ut Par?a. .' V .
' In Baltimore, the. "Smith Family"
announce that they have , ib ade arrange?
ments for their ''first semi-annual ox
oursipo," which is to, takQ place next
Tuesday, under the superintendence of
a committc-o of nrragomonts, embracing
Grand-father George M. Smith, Father
Julina H. Smith; Uncle James H. B.
Smith, Nephow Charlea H. 0. Smith,
Brother Wm. H. H. Smith. Brother
Robert M. W. Smith, Brother Thomas
R. Smith, Brother Joseph t>. Smith.
Ballet Maa tor-George W. M. Smith.
The mnsio is tb be by tho "Smith's' cele?
brated band," ?pd all the "Smiths,
Smyths, Sohmi tts,. Sobmids, Schmidts,
Sohmitzes, Smidta'und Smitts" are in?
vited to attend. ,' \'.' ; .. \ '
" * ? ._-iUg ; . - ? <<
In a little dia'agrocinent between a
?nporin tenden f and teacher of a Sunday
iohool in Indiana : the lady carno ont
wi?? T?ctcrr; aiid a 'st?att?fed parasol;
Th? soholarar enjoying' ii, better than tbe
'??f?oh?stn.. :. .'-"!
.. Tho Bteamahip.Oluua, on .her last trip
fromJShangbai to /3an.Fraue?6co, piok?d
upnCLiineao junk' at ; sou with flvo por
^flpns qn it dying frpm starvation. Eleven
' o t her a.fiaH. already died. ' ? ','!',
.. A mari named.Waldron bas fled Walker
^County, Ga., afterr committing an -out
rage ou bis wife's- sister,?aged ten years.
. The wife fled with tho ruse ul..
-' Saturday, Jane 10^ 1871,"will bo me
morableion dooqnnt pf a snow storm of
nu bohr's duration itt Birmingham,
The Italian Gpverrimont bas offloially
'informed1 all. the foreign embaseadors
"that tho'capital of Italy will, on the ist
' of Joly,-'be, transferred to Rome.
Wanted to Rent, ,,"
A COTTAGE, containing four or five
Rooms, within two or threo squares of
Pnces ix ofUoe. Apply 'at this 'office. *
June ll n'y
Lard J LardV!
PURE LEAP LARD-"guaranteed strictly
pure"-in barrels, half barrels, kegs and
3. 5 and 10 osddics, for sale at reduced prioeB,
by_ JOHN. AGNEW jj HON
W(Opposite Masonic IJall.)
E call tho attention of tbe citizens of
. Columbia and vicinity to the fact that
we nave porohased the in toros t of BEARD A
ORCHARD in tho above institution, and will
give attention strictly to its demands. Males
or fomalos wishing employment of any kind
can be supplied by eaUicg, or sending in their
names and rosidonces and announcing their
wants. Tho desiros of employers will bo im?
mediately taken notico of. l'en torn and tb OHO
wishing to rent will bo provided for. Tho
collection of Accounts will bo pursued, Bonds
negotiated, and sales of Beal and Personal
Proporty made. LEE A SMITH.
THE MILLS HOUSE.
Charleston, S, C., baa reduced
its rato bf Transient Board to
_ _ _'$3.00 per day daring tho sum?
mer mouths. J. PARKER, Proprietor.
G. W. PABHEU, Superintendent.
May 30 3m o . _
MRS. G. E. REED bogs leave
. to inform tho ladies, in general
i that she, h aa uow. ready a tull line
of the latest- and most fashionable
atyleB of MILLINERY, Hair and
Fancy Goods, at reduoed prices.
.Also, fresh supplies* every week.
Jail and see for yourselves. May 4
- J '" Seegers' Beer
DONT contalb Strychnine. It ie pure, and
warranted to be so. March ll
j! Seagers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Coeoeulns Indiens Fish
L Berries to make sleepy or headache._
Magrath'! Difre?t of South Carolina
TO the present time. Price f 5. For ealo at
BRYAN A MoOARTER'S BOOK8TORE.
FOB CHILDREN TEETHING.
Restlessness, Bad Bowels, Cholle, Pains,
A desirable medicine We ad vi rt) mothers
and nuree? to try it-only twenty-tlvo conts.
For sale only at
HEINITSH'S Family Drng Store.
May 80 t_
Claret on Draught.
TUST oponed; ono Cask choice TABLE
. CLARET, for salo low. by tho gallon or
dozen, by JOHN AGNEW A.SON.
Imported and Domoatio Cigars at POLLOCK H.
. : i i,,v?^yiBit(<)f Dr. Befldall, t , ...,0i
AS. tho [exterminator ol COIF'S anil BU?
NIONS, whoso reputation 'in t iii a particular
branch o( surgery is afroady known,in again
in c-ur* City,' andean bo fou nd at tho Washing?
ton Souse. A?: thorn! i?-no. doubt aa tobie
ekill?n4v9?lci?.'ncy in ,Uiovrpm0V*l of these
impedimenta, to walking in comfort, persons
needing hie services should not delay in hav?
ing r orion reo to l>]^i(1-J_J__' -Tuno 0
n '** ?.'- ' ' ' ' . '. ? . . ..
The .? most ? lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in the Bath. For sale
"by all Druggists and Per?
BBopt'rf^? ??af*_ *
?Hfe,, . MANHOOD:
jjjwjf How Lost! How Restored'.
f?Snof just published, in a sealed ence
S9w lope. Price, six cents.
ALE OTU UK on tho Natural Treat m on
and Radioal Guro of Spermatorrhoa o
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions
Sexual Dobility, and Impediments to Marri
age generally: Nervousness, Consumption
Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca
paoity. reaulting from Self-Abuse, Ac., hy Bo
BEBT J. COLVEBWELii, M. D., author of th
"Green Book," Ac
"A Boon to Tuonaanda of Sufferers."
Bent un lor seal, in a plain onvelope, to an;
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, p
two poBtago stamps, hy CIJAS. J. 0. KLIN*]
1ST Bowery, New ?ork-1". ?. uox, *,OSC
Juno 6 _Brno
COTTON BEBO OU, CAKE can bo ba
at all times; and in anv quantity, of
Jan 21. E. HOPE
, j Jini mc A i..
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER., .
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN. on great sr
cial evils and abuses; wbiob intorfcr
ivitb M Anu? AUK, with sure means of relief fe
Ibo erring and unfortunate, disoased and di
l?Utated. Sent in sealed letter envelope
free of charge. Addrqse BOW ABD SAN EM
RY AID ASSOCIATION,' No. 2 South Nint
atreot, Philadelphia. Pa. May li 3mo
"Vu .. ;. For Bent.. .
j^.. WE offer,tho following desirable pn
?tni pert} for,rent:
M?L THAT, splendid family RESIDEN Ci
with forty-two acree of land attached, Uno?
as tho "Walker Place." Several hundrt
fruit trees of tho choicest selection nc
lu f?ll bearing. Tho lands aro compris*
af highlands and meadow, with a bold fr
spring' not distant from the ho us o. Tho fror
uear four acres iu extent, facoe on Upp
Boundary, one of our most public street
B. O'NEALE A SON,
JuncS Cotton Town.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
AFULL Bupply of tho eclobrated Dupnni
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, in ke
and cannisters, is now offered to morchat
and consumers at the lowest market rates,
tho undersigned, who aro solo agents for t
manufacturers at this placo.
May 26_ JOHN AGNEW A SON
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
COL u.v ni A, s. c.
OFFICE over W. C. Fisher's Drug 3lo
opposito Columbia Hotel, Main street. Ma
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF the most approved stvlee, can he i
tainodat I. SULZBAOHER'S establi
mont, Main street, Columbia Hotel R<
Sets and half Bets iii great variety. Al
aolitairo and cluster DIAMONDS. SPEC'J
OLES and EYE-GLASSES to suit all ages._
Reduction in Prices.
- LADIES' popular'PONY PD
QjPnwJgXrONR, ono of thu number j
w5ft-j53E?received, very stylish. No
aQy ,. .,YBL-Buggies, Top Buggies and Tr
eeat-Buggiee, in variety. Pine Six-pasacn
Phtetons. on platforms; Four-passenger P
tons, on throe springs. Open and Tnrn-c
Rockaways. This varied etock is cow bc
offered very low.
May 25 _W. K. GREENFIEL1
Whooping Oongh Candy?''
HERE is something for children enfiel
with Whooping Cough, Cronp, Cuni
Ac. A ploasant medicine in the lorn
kisses, effectual in allaying coughs, ort
colds. Keep tho patient under the influe
of the medicino contaitted in this candy:
allay the violence of the cough. At
June 1 t_HEINITSH'S Drug 8toi
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main sti
near the corner of Blanding. Forte]
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 23 "_HENDBIX A BB
Here is the Remedy]
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS J
TAR AND WILD CHERR
THIS compound, is purely vegetable, ai
iufalliblo in tko cure of
- Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Tightness on tho Breast,
Inflammation of tho Lungs,
Whooping Cough, otc.
For salo only at
May 00 % HEINITSH'S Drug 8to
Meals furnished at all boura at POLLOC
j,, .LA?T-USU 43 DOTATIONS OP ^QO^UEilN .SB
avaxmx? INCIIAJU?BSTOI?, 6. C4-UQri;oy ted,
Jane 16, 1871, by ;,-.,<.,'. f i ^.ti
Banketand Broker,. Hp.>25,Brood street.
?f?mfcd of Securities. KateJn. Of fd Asked*
STATE BEOTTUTIE8. f J ['<'.:? il : ..?ii',
NorthCarolina, old..?C->'- 0 48 :
Ni Carolina, new. .... 6>- 20
South Carolina, old .... . 0 .... 75 :
8; Carolina, new. G .... 63 ;
S. O. reg'd stock, ex in.* 6 . v... 65
Georgia, now.:? 7 ..... 92 .
Goorguv... 6 . 87
Tennessee, old... 6 _ 70
Tennessee, new........ 6 .... 70
Alabama. 8 _102
Alabaran.;,.... 5 _ 73
CITY S ECU um KS.
Atlanta, Ga. j bonds_ 8 _ 90
August ii, Ga., honda. . . 7 .... 88
Charleston ?took. 0 .... 56
Ckarl'n Fire Loan b'da 775
Columbia, S. G., bonds 6 _ 63
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 _ 75
Macon, Ga., bonds._ 7 ._ 70
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
old... 6 .... 56
?' new.. 6 - 55
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 85
Wilmington, N. 0. 8 _ 75
Wilmington, N. O..... 6 _ 72)?
RAI nil O AD HONDA, f"
Atlantic and Golf. . .'.?.:< 7 _ 82
B. R. R,, iBt mortgage 7 _ 60
Central Georgia_... 7 _100
Charleston and Havan.. 6 .... GO
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 _ 85
Ghera wand Darlington 8 .... 90
Chora w A: Dar., 2d mort 7 .... 70
Cheaap'ke & Ohio, gold G .... 93
Georgia Railroad..... 7 _ 97
Green. & Col.. 1st mor. 7 _ 93
Green. Sc C., State gqar 7 _ 58
Laurens. 7 .... 50
Macon and Augusta,
1st mortgage.. 7 _ 78
Macon and Augusta,
li (1st mort.,) gnar. by
Georgia Railroad... 7 _ 90
Macer, and Brunswick,
guaranteed by State
o? Georgia. 7 .... 77
Memphis & Charleston. 7 .... 85
North-Eastern 1st mort. 8 .... 92
'North-Eastern, 2d mort. 8 _ 80
Saw & Char., let mort; 7 - 78
Sav. & Char., Stato gua 7 _ 67
South Carra, 1st mort. 7 _ 90
South Carolina..' 7 - 70
South Carolina. 6 - 65
Sp'art?nburg and Union ' 7 . . : . 55
HAH.U?AD STOCKS. Par.
.Atlontio and Gulf.100 _ 32
Central Ga., ex div_100 _ 128
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia..'.100 _ 103
Green, and Col. R. R.. 20 _ 2
Macon and Western... 100 _ 109
Memphis & Charleston. 25 .... 9
North-eastern. 50 - 10
Savannah k Charleston 100 .... 20
S. C. R. R. shores. 100 _ 30
S. C. R. R. & B'k shares 125 _ 36
Sout-western Georgia.. 100 .... 95
Poop's N'l B'k Charl'n,
capital 8750,000. 100 105 ...
1st Nat'l Baak Chorl'n
cupitnl 8500,000. 100 125 ...
S. C. Loan & Trust Co. 100 _ 97
Caro. Nat. Bunk, Col'a.
capital 820J.000. 100 100 ...
Central National Bank,
Col'a, eup'l 8100,000 100 100 ...
B. C. Bank ?TruBtCo.
capital 8200,000. 100 ....100
Nutiun'l B'k of Chester,
capital 850,000. 100 ...
Nat'l B'k of Newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spartnuhurg,
Bank of Charleston.... 100 - 18JJ
Union Bank S. C. 50 .... 5!.j
People's Bank So. Ca. 37a'
Pinn. A Mo. Bank S. O..
Bauk of Newberry. 25 .... 2j.j
Bunk of Camden. 50 .
Charleston GaB Co_ 25 - 20
Oharl'u City R.B. stock 50 .... 55
Orangeville Man. Co... 100 _ 109
G. & C. B. cert, iudeb. 58
S. C. Bi cert, iudebt's. par I
N. E. R. R, cert, indebt. 65
City Charleston cor. iu. par
City of Memphis coup. G3
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 40
S. & U. R. past due coop. 55
S. & C. R. past duo coup. 50
BX CJI AN GB, ETC.
New York eight.par >/prem
Gold. .\W% 112M
Silver. 103 ....
H. O. DANK BILLS.
.Bank of Charleston,.
Bank of Camden_... .... 80 ....
Bank Georgetown... 1 -
Bank of S. 0. 6 ....
Bank of Chester. 18 ....
Bank of'Hamburg. 17 -
Bank of Newberry. 10 .
Bank of the State of
8. C., prior to'GI. 45 -
" issue 'GI and '62 .... 30 -
*P1. & Mee. Bank Cbar'n.
.Peoplo's Bank Chorl'n.
.Union Bank CharleB'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
.S.W. R. R. Bauk. new.
Stato Bank, Charleston .... 6
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 1 -
Esohauge Bank, Colnm .... 10
Corni Bauk, of Coluro - 10 -
Merch. Bank pf Ober aw,. 6 ....
Planter'a Bank Fairfield ..1. 3 ....
8. G;b?lB receivable. I . 95 ....
Charleston chang? biUsV.. 95 ' ".:..
( '?6?** Bills-' marked thua'(*) are being
redeemed at'the bank counters of each.
George Huggins* Agency,
Established in Columbia, S. C., A. I). 1819.
fTHlE following companies .havo compliod
X Willi tho lawa of tho ?tato of ?South Caro?
lina, and havo been duly liceuscd by thc Comp?
troller-General of tho State, and by city of
Columbia, for tho present year, representing a
CAPITAL. OP OVKIt 820,000.000.
iEtna Firn I usuran co Company, of Hartford,
Imperial Firo Insuranco Company, of Lon?
Union Fire Insurance Company, of San
Pheonix Firo Insurance Company, of New
Putnam Fire Insnranco Company, ot Hart?
Manhattan Fire Insuranco Company,of Now
GEORGE HUOGIRH, Agent.
Office at Mr. Duffie's now bookstore, oppo?
site the Colombia Hotel._May 2013mo
White's Gardening for the South,
BY the late Wm. A. White, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES* SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. ?1.50.
The Phosphate Rocks of Routh Carolina,
their Hiatory and Developments-Colored
8ix 8ermons on Temperance, by Ljman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preaching, R. L. Dabney, D. D. ?1.60.
Any above eentlby mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Feb 19 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
y^-j^s. MAY be obtainod by calling at ISAAC
I ?wt&SDLZ BACH ER'S aud purchasing ono
L J"of those Justly celebrated ELGIN
WATCHES, and where you can find a
complete stock of Diamonds. Jewnlrv.
ESSSilver mid Plated Ware, of tho best
manufacture In addition are the
United States, Waltham, English and Swiss
Watches in Gold and Kilver Cases, which will
ho closed out at Now York prices.
Constantly on baud Uno Gold Chains, Seal
Bings, Charms,Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Sets,
aud a varied stock of Fancy Articles.
All kinds of Repairing dono promptlv, and
warrautedLby ISAAC SULZBACHElt,
April 27 Under Columbia Hotel.
Entire New Stock,
THE undersigned respectfully informs
iliia customers that, he has REMOVED to
Ita tho new atore, oii Main street, directly
dLopponito the Columbia lietel, and is fully
prepared with an entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to fit ont a geutlomnn in tho very
LATEST FASHION. Ho bas secured the
latest and best styles or CLOTHS, CA8SI
MEBES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS gi ncrally. Call at the new stund and
select a suit.-nr leave tour ordor and have it
marte to moaeuro. C. D. EBERHAltDT.
Scythes and Grain Oradles.
?) DOZ. superior CHAIN CRADLES.
JU 10 doz. Griffin's Grain and Grass Scythes,
lust receivod and foi sulo low hv
May 17_ JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Soap1, fcioapl! Soap'.1.!
1 (\C\ B0XKS FAMILY SOAP- quality un
XVJw surpassed, sud price* reduced 20
per cent-at wholesale aud retail, hy
May 19 JOHN AGNEW ?V SON. _
Sixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded.
THE G lt KAT
^ M. i .v UFA ero it r.
Grand, Square and Upright
ll ALTIMORE, M U.
THESE instrumi nts have bien before tho
public fur nearly thirty years, ami upon
their excellence alono attained on uiipurclias?
ed pre-eminence, which pronounces them une?
Com hi nea great power, sweet ness and fine
viugii.g quality, ns well au great purity of in?
tonation, sud swictncea throughout Ibu fut ire
Is pliant and elastic, and enif rely fr? o from
the stiflings f..unrt in HO many pianos.
IN WOK KM AN SHIP
They are unequaled, using uouo but Ihr-very
bunt seasoned material, tho large capital cut
ployed in our business enabling us to keep
continually an immense stock of lumber, dc,
43" All our square pianos have our new im?
proved ovEiiuTUUSO SCALE and tho Agrojl'e
tGT Wo would call special attention to our
late improvements in (JHA EE PIANOS t.m\
SQUARE GRANES, patented August 14,
1806, which brings tho niano nearer perfection
than has yet been attained.
Kvery P?ano?ully \Varii?nt?cI for 5 Years
We have made arrangements for tho sole
wholetale agency for tho most celebrated
PARLOR ORGANS and ME LO PEONS,
which wo offer wholesale and rotail, at lowest
factory prices. WM. KNABE A CO.,
May 23 P??Omo _^?lUtnoi^o. Md._
. Cheap Fertilizer.
A rv TONS COTTON PEED MEAL. Excel
4:U lent forjn^nuro. EDWARD HOPE.
5CASKS James nennesay's <L Brandenburg
Frons BRANDIES, imported direct, and
oOerod puro and unadulterated. These coni
priso vintages of 1K35, 1858, lKfiO ?nd 18C..1
Stock of Hocks. Clarets mid Whito Wines iu
clmlo sotno of tho most famous brands as well
as sound low priced goods. For sale hy
March 25 __ GEO. HYMMER8.
Blackwell's genuine Durham Smoking To?
ba, co nt POLLOCK'S.
. IN. r ; ii J.,! [.
"'PRiOJS '' "' .*'' .
. OP - ; . -'vii '.. iitrtifw .
Spring and Summer Nothing,
.;. .. . . 1 VAT ? " \ ? 1
?. & W. ?j. SWAFFIELD'B.
WE liavj tlio largest retail stock in the
Stato, and. onxiouB to reduce it. will
sell it ?t GREATLY/ REDUCED PRICES.
Thc stock ia unbroken, and the beat stock
wo have over hAudlod.
Now HAT8.x>f a desirable Btylc? lust TC
Thia reduction will apply also to our CUS?
TOM DEPARTMENT. . May Ki
'SuiqioiQ jemurag prre Sniddg
New Bookg, by Express.
PHYSICAL CAUSE OF THE DEATH OF
CHRIST, Ac, hy Ht rond, and lotter by
Sir James Simpson, M. D.
War and Culturo, by Arthur Helps, tl.50.
Hugh Miller's Lifo and Letters, two vol?
umen, by Peter Ray no, with portrait. 14.
Christianity and Positiveism, by McGosb.
. Peoplo's Practical Poultry Book, very oom
Wby^Did He Not Die? From the German, by
Callirkoo, a Romance, by Sand. ?2.
Climates for Invalids, by L. Bill. ?1.25.
Body and Mind, by Mandeley, London. ?1.
The Old Fashibned Dov, by Faruuareon.
?1 50. " *
Little Men, by author of Li Lt lo Women.
Piko Couuty Ballads, by John Hay. ?1.50.
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Tho most complote work on this sub
Also, somo new Novels by good authors,
just openod, at BRYAN A MoCARTER'S
Juno 13 Bookstore
M. H. BERRY'S
Plain Strett, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re
Jociving from tho manufae
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assortment of FUR
N1TURE evor kept In this market, conoiating
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber And Din
log-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
oelebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTREEBE8 mado to order
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in tho boat manner.
Terme cash and Gooda cheap. Oct 30
SMOKED MEATS, ETC.
SMOKED TONGUES, extra tmoked BEEF
Forris Ful ton Market Beef.
Diamond sud Orange brand Hams.
Sugar-cured Bacon Strips.
Mess Slid No. 1 Mackerel. A c., all fri nh to
hand. For sale by ; PEO. 8YMMKBS.
The Exchange House
II AS'1 J. en overhauled and re-arran ged
for tho Spring and Summer. Icod beve
_ rages compounded at short notice.
May fi _ PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN.
3C*i\f\ ACHES of LAND in Baruwoh,
.OUv oit the Edisto.
7;">0 ACRES iii Kershaw-in lots to suit.
Saw Mill and 2 000 acres of Laud in lexing?
ton, on North Ed'isto, ?7,000.
2,500 aurea Watoroo Bottom Land, ?2 pr acre
2,500 acres creek bottom and pino Land, at
12 per acre. 1 House in this city, ?5,000.
HOUSE sud thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-*8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to the m w
building, immediately South ot
k Jan neys Hall, and, with a rio?
fstock o? CARRIAGES. DUG*
G?ES *nu fine HORSES, aro prepared to au
swer all calls that may be made upon them,
(torsos bought and sold cn co'muiie?inn.
Persons in want of good stock, are Invited lo
give us a call. Liberal advances made on
stock left for sale. BOYCE Ss CO
Wi H. Bo VCR;
O. H. PKTTINQILI.._Jan 24
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
mblio in general that 1 have
rjnat reoeived an entire now
stock of Donble and Bingle Bar
roi GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Fonohes,
Pietol-Rclto, Caps, Back-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinda of Pibtoht, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Qct8_P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
his patrons and the public go
_1 nerally that ho has moved into
his new o filen, over "Duffle A Chapman's Book?
store, opposito tbo Columbia Hotel, where ho
is prepared to oxocuto, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind his pro?
fession demands. Terms accommodating.
Seegers' Beer is Pnre.
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, Limo or
Alum. _March ll
Tho coolest Lager in tho city can bo had at
?. tIW)?doO 'rb bV^3L^We?f io* iS???rVAbYdVrt.
FIVE DOLLARS will .parchase a abare, In
cldairJtf 'i'woTk'of 'art WtfWK five.dohW
? ? The Derby FsrmPxorarty lu bo distributed
r^h^ra^oq t hu largest. vineyard and Orchard
UNKQDALiiD - OUHATEb . P^EACJ^LE
.. COUNTRYl GENEROUS Boltr-~
The'salubrious and heall b'givlng ohm al? ol
Aiken has xi*<m ? t > u? ,o awe of "Tue Saxa togo.
or tiT south." . . , : lT,"T"7y~;~
' 195,000 in Prendntufr'prestidod to Sh?tc
holdero, , . . ? ..... . f?jA: ",..
?IDO.OCO in Beal,Est?te and Greenback
PriHes to he dietfibuted'to Snafe-hotdersv.. 1
.^BoalE^te .Frizjs, y^rtb from ?30(1 tp
?MGrOebback-riiieSi from 15 to $1,000. - -
On|y 19,000 sharas.will bo issued. .
ONE SHAKE TS IWERYTHIRTY-?NEWILL
tUUH . DRAW A PRIZE. : A: ) ....
.This Real Estate. Tropprty,, conveyed by
Deed cf Trust to the Gbmuimce'wtio are tb
conduct tho Drawingjia tobe transferred by
them to tho fortunate ?baro-boldera as soon
aa the remaining shares are sold.
The Drawing will tako placo .according to
tho published programme.
THE DAY OF THE DRAWING ? <
Will be announced hy telegram to tboAiep
ciate.il Prose. A, small sum invested now may
secure* a forturJC. ' >.'.?.
Every Shareholder may rest assured of
equal justice, and that this eChc-me, unlike
many others, * ?>
IS VFA1R, EQTJARE AND HONE8T." !..
Money received alter' the bbokB aro closed
will be piomptly returned. For foll particu?
lars, aa embraced in revised pamphlet, ad?
dress J. C. DERBY, General-Manager,' .'
Key Box No. 834, Angosta, Ga,
J?- MB. J. McO. THARI?, tho agent ot tho
Association, can be found fora short time at
the office of Mr. D. Gambrill, Main street..
THE season is at band' when the, human
- family is more afflicted than during any
other part of tba j oar. . The Bun's rays acting
upon tho decayed vegetable and animal mat?
ter, poisons tho atmosphere, and produces
many disorders of the system-Chills and Fe?
ver, Bilious Complaints, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, Cholera Mot boa, Cramps and Chollo, etc.
Hence tho system requires an invigorating
and tonio medicino, M bot will brace np Ita
shattered to rec?, and. enable tho organs to
perform their proper fnnotions."For this pur?
pose we would rccommond tho> ul? ol JJE1N
ITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT. ..
For Dyspepsia and Weak Stomach.
For tho Livor and Kidneys.
For Coughs and Bore Throat. ?
For the Lungs and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and douerai Debility.
For IOBB of Appetite.
For Sick Headache.
For Diarrbma and Dysentery.
For Fever aud Agno.
For Bilious'Fever. . ? ?
For Cholera Morbne and Cramps.
For Palpitation of the Heart. ' ,
For Braken Down Nervous Bystem.
For Neuralgia aud Rheumatism.
For Purifying the Blood.
IlKIrllTSIl'S QT.?EKKVS DELIGHT
The peoplo approvo of, and. physicians sanc?
tion its use, because it is a good medicine.
Take'no other medicine. It is a spring invi
gorator. a aummor tonio, a purifying beve?
rage, admirably adapted to all conditions,
male and female-grown persons and chil?
dren at this particular season. Be sure ami
call at HeinitsVe Dreg Store and get a bottle
of bia great medicine. . .
Prepared only by E. H. HEINPTSH,
May ?0 t _Druggist and Chemist;
10 PER CE XT. RP LOW COST, .
GOODMANS CLOTHING BAZAAR.
FTIHI.S is no hnniLug. We uir obliged to
. I disnoee of st ! I Gouda now in rtore ny the
lat of Septen.IM r. lo nuke a ihange in our
business. Take m tine, that iradi article is
mai keil its eet-i in plain fjguri f, fn.m which
will be DEDUCTED '1EN PER CENT. Thc
public is particularly rennet? t td to call early,
as bargain* may bc obtained. Country mer?
chants visiting tho citv can find * choice stock
of new and seasonable- goods at our doro.
Bear in mind, goods 10 per cent, below ctud,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
TT7IIAT IS SIEAUACIIK?-ID r.lno CtseS
Vt out of ten tho source of headache is
not in the brain, but in the stomach. Indi?
gestion is the most frequent cause. The di?
gestive organs being disordered, they derange)
tho action of tho liver, the bowels, the kid?
neys, and the n?rvea, and the whole secretive
and excretive machinery being as it frere
thrown out of gear, the brain anfror?. Ro
storo the natural tone of the stomach ana
bowels with A few doses of ' '
TARRANTS SELTZER APERT?T,
And headacho arhing from this cause la at
onco arrested. This delightful preparation
is tho beat remody for chronic and periodical
hoadacbo at present known, and absolutely
invaluable as a stomachic and gentle cathar?
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Jone 6 jg
Ql.D BANK BfltJbS And MUTILATED
cu RHEN cv bought and sold by
nov 23 Cmo D. OAMHRILL. Broker.
Froo Soup overy.day, at ll o'clock, at POL?
LOCK'S. * .