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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.
FuEiiiNaiiY PorJifcAConneotiont paper
feelingly and1 sai?^frfe?narkB: -Wheo
Moles got up ieffit'^otlier the .people
of Egypt,.Lia hea<Jffl&a tere!. ?J Theyfl&r?
a lit tia tho, moau est tbtag i?ownin^^i.
once. Take it' Sunday af tor no ou and
between 0 and 8 b'olook in 'tho morning,'
whou any one is try?ng to gst a oap, and
tp baye a perverse, porsiatont, portina
oiqus, puaillauimoua fly ooo??.,to you a
thoueaud and nineteen tim?sj?jh succes?
sion, ia enough - to moke a Pharaoh let
go, not only of Jo wa, but bia meer?
schaum pipe, aud his - prettiest eervant
girl. A boarder nt ono of our' hotels,
who was subject to this plague of flies,
.woke up the other morning with the bed
mattress'-' twisted aroaud his neck and
tied In a double-bow knot. Wo calcu?
late that ho rolled over in bed so many
times that ' morning, that if the same
number of revolutions were given to a
mustard seed, it would roll to Alaska and
? Tho D'?cby of Brunswick will soon
disappear from the list of indopendent
States. .Tba reigning Duke is old and
feeble, and bas been warned by physi?
cians that he hos hot many days to livo.
With his 'death, tba illustrious bouse of
Brnuswiok-Wolfenbuttel, becomes ex?
tinct. King George, of Hanover, tried,
but ip vain, to secure to tba ex-Grown
Prince of Hanover the succession of
Brunswick*. After the Duke's death, the
Duchy will be a Prussian province. ?
.. A practical illustration of tho effect of
oold weather on moral character was
given in the Recorder's Court, yesterday.
A negro having pleaded guilty to a cer?
tain charge, tho court put tba customary
question, "'Have yon any reason to give
why yon should not be sentenced?" Tho
convict replied: "Well, Judge, I ain't
got nnfJQn to say,'only don't let me out
in the winter, 'cause PH get bad ngain
right off, shuah."-Detroit Tribune.
Victor Emanuel, though King of a
very-poor country, financially speaking,.
is1 represented to be ono of the richest
crown-wearers in Europe. He is said to
have a fortune of at least 10,000,000 lire
($20,000,000.)* Among other things,'he
is owner of some twenty splendid palaces
and nearly 700 blood horses.
The late Prinoe Albert WAS a believer 1
in the coming deluge of republicanism
in Europe. 4 He constantly Enjoined .
upon his family tba necessity of econo- |
my, telling'them that "(be tima may j
come when tba Ravi dg? you lay by now ;
will.bo tho oply resources lett you." ;
Tba lata Dr. West having married a !
vary tali, lady, whoso name was Erpari
ance, .wasi asked bis opinion of matrimo?
ny;: to, whiah he replied, that, "by long 1
Experience, be had found it to be a very 1
comfortable thing." \
' . . For Sale.
M"' . A'NEAT COTTAGE, containing five
rooms, pantry and dressing room, with .
necessary out-bulld'ngs,?a flos garden
?nat, choice fruit trees, Ac. For particulars, -
apply to *W. M. SCARBOROUGH, !
July 9 3* At W. O. FiBher'e Drag Ktore. J
To Rent, !
MA COMFORTABLE COTTAGE, with 1
four Rooms and, necessary out-build?
ings.- .Good well of water on tho pre- : ;
mitres. Apply at Telegraph Office. Joly 8
. ' Wanted to Rent,
A**.' A COTTAGE, at moderate rate,, within
Bnfl two or three squares of the FHO-JIX Onion.
*^*A'pply, or add regs H. N. E.. at-this Offloe.
Hum . For Rent,
.M ? THE two-story brick HOUSE, on
fin? Malu street, bot ween Richland and Lan
JSuM.?el, containing ton rooms. Applv to
Jan - _R. BWAFF?ELD.
'ARTHUR C. MOORE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
j . ; COLUMBIA, 8. O.,
HAS REMOVED his o nico to No. 2, Law
Range._July A j'dmo
ICE GOLD SODA WATER with
PURE FRUIT 8YRUP8, can be
obtained at MCKENZIE'S SA
LOQN. Try it.
. teas! Teas!!-: Teas!!!
WE have just received an invoice of choice
TEAS, consisting of
. Young Hyson, Imperial,
Oolong and Englinh Breakfast Teas.
For sale at our usual low prices.
' Jane 28 ' ' JOHN AGNEW A RON.
.t A iJBLS. FRESH PEARL GRIST, just l
XvJ received aud for sale low by
June 15 JOHN AGNEW * RON.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer1
IN preference to London Port er and Sootch
Ale.' Why? They know it is nuadulterated.
^ Claret Wine
ON draught. THIS DAY, at a low price, bv
tho gallon or doz*n. EDWARD HOPE. '
Magrath's Digest of South Carolina]
TO tho present time. Price f 5 Fur sale at1
BUY AN& MoOAB TElfd BOOKS TORE.
Claret on Draught.
JUST oroned, ono Cfcak choieo TABLE I
CLARET, for salo low, by. tho gallon or
dozsn, by . . JOHN AGNEW & BON.
BOXES SMOKED HERRINGS, jost
A?\J\J receivod and for salo, at fifty cunio
per bo?, hy ; JOHN AGNEW & BON.
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF the most approved styles, oan bo ob?
tained at I. bULZBAOHER'S establish
ment,1 Main atroet, Columbia Hotol Row.
Sets and half sets lu great variety. Also,
solitaire and olnster DIAMONDS. SPHCTA
0LB8 and EYE-GLASSES to snit all ages.
Lard! Lard!! -
PURE LEAF LARD-"guaranteed ?irictly \
pure"-in barrels, half barrels, kegs and
3, 5 and 10 caddies, for salo at reduced prices,
by_?_JOnN AGNEW A RON.
Imported Ale and Porter,
fte? CASKS-Pints-beBt brande, in store
iSp and fnr salo GEO. BYMMERH.
Seegers' Boer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cooocnlua Indiens Fish
Berries to mako sleepy or headaohe.
0U?TY CLAIMS ANO JURY CKI?T?
? LIGATES bought by
Feb 5_D. GAMDRILL, Broker.
The ooolost Lager in tho city can be had a
CJOLTJM BIA, fci??Ji Jane 21^1071.
DR. ?. W. WHEELER baa tbie day given
te us, as Trustees for the Ticket Holders, hin
bond in tho ponai sum ot $40,000, secured hy
mortgage o! the real estatb offered fur raffle,
for a prompt and faithful distribution of the
prizes advertised aa soon SB ibo 2.000 tickets
aro sold. JOHN AGNEW,
June 22 _R. O. 8H1VER.
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?
? Sept 17 ._*_
?ra* MANHOOD :
/??ij How Lost! How Restored !
ffS??y Just published, in a sealed envc
%S3kV lope. Price, six cents.
A LEOT?RE on the Natural Treatment
J\. and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or
Sbminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, and Impodimcnta to Marri?
age generally; Nervousness, Consumption,
Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Phyeical Inca?
pacity, reaulting from Self-Abuse, Ac, by Ro
BEiiT J. COLVF.BWELL, M. D., author of tbo
"Green Book,"&o. | .
is A Essa lo 'i'ti ?TI sn 11 ii a of Sufferera."
Sont undor seal, in a plain envelope, to any
iddroea, post-paid, on receipt of nix cents, nr
two postage stamps, by CHAS- J. C. KLINE
k CO., ' r
l?7 Bowery, New YorU-P. O. Box, 4,580.
Juno 12_[_3m o
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
IASSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN. on great so?
li cial evils and abuses, which interfere
wuli M Ainu AUK, with' sure meant, of relict for
;ho erring and unfortunate, diseased and de?
bilitated. Sent in teated letti r envolopes,
'ree of charge. Address HOWARD SANITA?
RY AID ASSOCIATION, f?o. 2 Sonth Ninth
street, Philad_olubi_a. Pa. _M>.v 21 gmo
CHILDS & WILEY.
COLUMBIA, S.. C .
WE have marked down all of our large
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING to
auch low figures that theprioe cornea within
roach of all tort wish a good fitting garment, !
made in the latest style and hy the best mak?
ers in New York. We are the only houso that
sell All Linen Drawers .at $1.50. We are the
Duly house that have the imported See-Sucker
Calcutta Suits, warranted genuine. Au in?
spection of our large stock will settle tho
mind of any ono that money is mode by buy?
ing from ns. Thirty-two inch Sola Leather
Trunks, only a few left, at $20._June 23
GEO It OE T U 1' PEU,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
OFFICE over W. C. Fisher's Drug 8tore,
opposite Columbia Hotel, Main street. May 2
C. F. JACKSON'S.
NEW styles of PRINTS.
New stvles of Aprons, white and buff.
Children's White Monsul RIOUSCB.
Children's Bnfl Linen Minuses. "
Ladies1 Silk Saratoga Ties.
All at very low prices._Juno_8_
I*iv*ar,y and Sale Stables.
ducted by Af(nov & Co., at the old stands of
the late firm. His Omnibuses aud Carriages
will convoy passengers to sud from the Rail?
road DeptS to the Columbia Hotel, the Nick?
er HO n House, or any part of tho eily. Ho will
also furnish Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Ac,
for biro on reasonable terms, aud solicits tba
patronage of tho friends of the late firm.
Jnno 28_OWEN DALY.
AN ELECTION for one CPI Y PHYSICIAN
will bo hold at R? gular Meeting uf Citv
Council, TUESDAY, July ll. 1871. Term of
office to May 1,1872; salary. 1800 per annum.
Applications to be handed to
July 1 A WM. J. ETTKB, City Clerk.
PLAN8 for the erecdon o' a Market Honse,
(128 feet in length by f.3fie' in width,) on
Assombly street, between Washington ard
Lady streets, will bo received at the store of
Coopor <t Taylor, until 11th July, 1871.
AUGUSTUS COOPER, Chairman,
?. ii. THOMPSON,
B. M. WALLACE,
SPECIAL ATTENTION given totheool
loctlon of Commercial Paper, Interest
on Statu and Railroad Bonds and 8tocks, aud
Conversion of Stato Soonrltios. hy
Nov 23 gmo T PAM BRILL. Broker.
STOCKS, BONDS ?nil COUPONS bought
and sold by D. GAM BRILL, Broker.
Moats furnished at all hours at POLLOCK'S.
Cheap Dry Goods
30 DAYS 3 0
"LOVE & OO.'S."
PREPARATORY to renovating ont stores,
wo will CLOSE OUT tho presont stock
"Ii?w Down Prices,"
And will open on MONDAY a new stock ot
"FANCY FRENCH LAWNS,"
Together with other
Dress Goods and Linen Goods,
For LADIES and MEN'S WEAR.
fla- Wo sell only STANOAUO makes of Oonda,
so that GREAT BARGAINS may be expected
and will bo given. W. D. LOVE,
July 2_B. B. McOBEERY.
George Huggins' Agency,
Established in Columbia, S. C., A. I). 1849.
THE following companies have complied
with the laws of tho State of South Caro- |
lina, and have been duly licensed by the Comp?
troller-General of the State, and by city of I
Columbia, for tho present year, representing a j
CAPITAL OF OVER 930,000.000.
JEtna Fire Insurance, Company, of Hartford,
Imperial Fire Iusuranco Company, of Lon?
.Union Fire Inuirauco Company, of San
Pheonix Fire Insurance' Company, of New
Putnam Fire Insurance Company, of Hart- I
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company,of Now
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Office at Mr. Duffie's new bookstore, nppo
nito tho Columbia Hotel._May 20 t3mo
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
COURT OF COMMON FLEAS.
Thou. Tillet, J. C. McCnrdy and J. J. Greer,
Plaintiffs, vs. Alexander Smytho, Defendant
To Alexander Smythe, Defendant in this action:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer tho complaint in this action,
winch will be tiled in the nineo of the Clerk ot
.tho Court of Common Pleas, for the said
County, and to servo a copy of your answer
on the Subscribers at their office, in Colum?
bia, South Carolina, within twenty days after
tho service- of this summons on you,exclusive
of tho day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within |
tho timo aforesaid, the plaintiffs will take
judgment against you for tho sum of one I
thousand four hundred and twenty-three !
dollars and fifty-eight cent?, and coats.
Dated Columbia, 8. O.. May 15,1871.
CARROLL, MELTON A J ANNEY,
D.D. Mn.i.Kn. C. C. C.
To the Defendant, Alexander Smythe:
Take notice that tho summons in this ac?
tion, of which tho foregoing is a copy, was 1
filod in the ofllca of the Clerk of tho Court of
Common Pleas, at Columbia, in tho County of
Richland, in tho Stato nf South Carolina, on
tho ISlli day of M av, 1871. Dated Columbia,
8 C., Juno 12, 1871.
CARROLL, MELTON St J ANN EY,
June IS tu? Columbia, S. C.
Whooping Cough Candy.
HERE is something for children snnVring
with Whooping Oongh, Croup, Coughs,
Ao. A ploasaut medicine in the form of
kisses, i-fTcctnal in allaying coughs, croup, !
colds. Keep tho patient nuder the influence j
of tho medicino contained in this candy; will ;
, allay tho violonco of tho congi). At
Juno 1 t_HElNITSH'SDrug Store.
FRESH AND COOL I
w E open this day a fresh lot of
DRY GO ODS,
Direct from first hands. Having no old stock
to work ofi", wo bhoiv new and fresh Oonda, at
Dull Times Prices.
We ask especial attention and examination
of our low prioo
Remember, the ouly place in the city to pro?
curo these doslrablo goods is at
rOitTEa & STEELE'S,
'Diamond' and 'Orange' Brand Hams.
1 f \ TIEROES o? these .?inoomparables.,
l\J just to hand and for Bale by
June 17 GEO. SYMMERS.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
RoBtleasnosB, Bad Bowels, Cliolic, Faitm,
A dcBirablo medicine Wo udvi?o mothers
and nurse* to try it-only twentj-fivo cents.
For salo only at HEINITSH'B
May 30 t Family Drug Store.
Free Soup overy day, at ll o'clock, at Poi.'
Dealers and Those in Wanl
WE,, ave now in Btoro rt full linc of the
newest and mont
Of domestic, French and English manufac?
turo, which wo guarantoo, at all times, to sell
as low, ir not at less pricos, than any house
in Columbia, bujing our Gooda from tho
largest and most celebrated establishments
in the United (States. And aa we desire to
pleaec all, we havo now in our houso tho
EVERY CLASS OF GOODS.
From the lowest to tho highest, and we feel
confident that all thoso favoring UB with an
order from a dietanco will be pleaeod and
0 U II HOUSE
In thia citj to deal with.
We will, upon application, sond promptly
by mail, full lines of samples of those kind ot
Gooda desired and specified by our friends
and cuatomerB. All orders accompanied by
cash amonn>tiug to $25 and over, delivered in
any part of the 8tate free of freight charges.
Thoso unaccompanied, will be sent C. Q. D.
Wo respectfully solicit orders, which will '
receive the prompt and personal attention ol
ono of the DUD. Our prices being low, we
think we eau render satisfaction to ah. Give
J. H. & M. L. K INA RP,
May 3_COLUMBIA. 8. C.
(Opposite Masonic- Hall.)
WE call the attention of tho citizcea of
Columbia and vicinity to tho fact that
wo have purchased the interest of DEAHD A'
OUCH ABD in the above institution, and'will
(rive attontion strictly to its demands. Males
or females wishing employ ment of any kind
can be supplied by calling, or sending in their
names and roeidencca and announcing their
wants. Thc desires of employers will he im?
mediately taki n notice of. lientorsaud thoso
wishing to rent will be provided for. The
collection of Accounts will bo pursued, Betide
negotiated, and sales of Beal and Personal
1 Property made. LEE &. SMITH,
j June 3
_i LADIES' popular PONY ITl.E
^/fjQgJ^TONS, one of tho number just
KRtei^Sy* received, vcrv stylish. No-top
J?2-SZ_Buggios, Top Buggies and Turu
soat Uuggies, In variety, lino Six-paaaeiigcr
Photons, on platforms; Pour-passenger I'lia:
lona, on three ac-ringa. Open and Turn-seat
Hoekaways. TII?H varied stock ia now hoing
offered very low.
_May 25 JW. K. O HEF/N FIELD. ?
White's* Gardening for the South,
BY tlio late Wm. A. White, of Alheim, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHEUN FAUMF.lt and MAR?
KET GAUDKNEU. #1.50.
Tho Phosphate Bocks ot South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Platea, il 25.
Sir Serinons ou Tempor?neo, by Lyman
Saeroil Rhetoric; or a Courte of Lectures (iii
Preaching, lt. L. Dahney, D. D. ?1 5?.
Any above sent bv mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Feb 19 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Q fi(\ f\ ACHES of LAND iii Barnwell,
O.OvJV/ on tho Ldisto.
750 ACHES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
Saw Mill and 2 OOO acres of Land in lexing?
ton, on North Ed'isto, 17,DOD.
2,500 acros Watcreo Bottom Land, ?2 pr acre
2.500 acres oreek bottom and pine Land, nt
t2 per acre. 1 IIOUBO in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
clty-$8 500. Applv to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney atLaw and Beal Estato Agent.
Scythes and Grain Oradles.
?) DOZ. superior G HA IN CRADLES.
U 10 doz. O ri flin's Grain and GrasB Scythes,
inst received and fbi salo low by
May 17 JOHN AO NEW.ft BON.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celebrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLASTING l'OWDEH, in kogs
and cannisters, is now offered to merchants
and consumers at the lowest market rates, by
tho undersigned, who aro solo agents for tho
manufacturers at this ploeo.
May 25 JOHN AGNEW A SON. ;
Tho only lino Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S
?ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VA.
Hie Nineteenth Session begins September 6,1871.
Tiny Institution has a full corps
of instructors, a thorough cours?
of studies/ and aims at a high
grade pf scholarship.
Its superior educational ' ad
C.y vantages. , modorato expenBOB,
healthy location, and excellent mail, traveling
and t?l?graphia facilities,render it well worth?
tho attontion and patronage of the Booth.
Entire expenses for scBsion of ten mouths
about $210. This estimate includes Board and
Tuition, embracing Modern Languages. A
slight advance on the above for students
boarding in private families.
Tho session ia divided into two terms of (ive
months each, beginning September 0, 1871,
and February 1, 1872.
Students may enter at any time and tako
regular conree, or euch trudies as they prefer.
Tho College is in a nourishing condition, is
rapidly rising in public favor, and numbered
among her students or last eoseion represen?
tatives from fifteen States.
xor Catalogues can be had at Fnozsix office,
or by addressing
REV. D. F. BITTLE, D. D.,
July 1 ?V??12 President nf tho College.
THREE monihB from this dato, application
will bo mado to tho Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company for tho renowalof tho
billowing SCRIP, belonging to the estate of
JESSE DEBKUHL, which has beon lust or
Stock Scrip No. 1,102, 250 shareB.
Asaessmont Certificato on samo, No. 1,482,
Scrip No. 1.337, 5 shares.
Assessment Certificate on Rame, No. 1,514,
$20. WM. II. PARKER.
Receiver Estate of Jesse DeBrnhl. dee'd,
JUNE 2.1871. Abbeville C. H.
Jnne G j?mo
"^t^TE take pleasure in calling tho special
attention of the trado to our largo and well
selected stock of
Ladies, Mi EGGS, Children, Men and Boys'
Which we are selling at
Oive ns a call, and examine before you buy.
J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
Spring and Summer Clothing,
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD'S.
WE bhvJ the largest retail stock in the
State, and, auxiona to rednco it, will
sell it at O HEATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Tho stock is unbroken, and the best stock
we have over handled.
Ntw HATS, of A desirable style, just re?
This reduction ti ill apply alto to our CUS?
TOM DEPARTMENT._May 16
New Books, bv Express.
PHYSICAL CAUSE OF THE DEATH OF
CHRIST, Ac, by Stroud, and letter by
Sir Janus Simpson, M. D.
War and Cnlttire, by Arthur nelpe. $1.50.
Hugh Miller's Lifo and Lotters, two vol?
umes, by Peter Bayno, with portrait. $4.
Christianity and Pnsitiveism. by McCosh.
People's Practical Poultrv Book, complete.
Wliv Did He Not Die? From tho German, by
Mrs. Wiatar. .
Callirkno, a Romaneo, by Sand $2.
Climates for Invalids, by L. Bill. $1 23.
Body and Mind, by Mandslcy, Loudon, tl.
The Old Fabhloned Boy, by Farqnaraon.
Litllo Men, by anther of Little Women.
Piko County Ballads, by John Hay.. $1.50.
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Moft complete work. Illustrated.
Alan, some new Nov?la by good authors,
ji^t opened, at BRYAN &, McUARTER'S
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
1 INFORM my friends and
^>"<?r public in general that I have
^C>^Sq?fcJnBt received an entire new
w Salk? ??.tock of Double and Singlo Bar?
rel OUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks. Ponches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Bnok-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice
_ Oct 8_ P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
?E?33fe WOULD respectfully inform
/froggSHkhis patrons and the public pa
^MJL YT-Jr nerally that he baa moved into
his now office, over Duffie h Chapman's Book?
store, oppohito tho Columbia Hotel, whero he
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind his pro?
fession demands. Terms accommodating.
MBS. C. E. REED begs leave
Af |W to inform tho ladies in jouerai
WfiPtl kb H that sho has now ready a tull line
?BP' ItJI of tho latest and most fashionable
^^)l|n styles of MILLINERY, Hair and
??SSS?g&y Fancy Goods, at reduced iiricet;.
^Also.'frosh supplies every week,
.all and see for vonraelvea. May 4
Imported and Dome st i o Cigars at POLLOCK S.
More than Extr??rttiriary! 1
tho bulk of our Snm
m or ti I otk of -<0
Clothing and Hate,
We havo determined to
give greater facilities
and larger induce?
ments to tooee desirous
or purchasing the bett
of .Goods, by sellihf
the remainder of, our
Stock at 'twenty'per
cent, below tho cost
Wo beg to coll tho
attention of tho publie
to onr bto?k of COL?
LARS ?nd CUFFS,
which, for quantity,
quality, style and va?
riety, will Burpaas any
in the State, embracing
CLOTH - FACED PA?
PER COLLAR, special?
ly adapted to this cli?
mate, doing away with
tho flimsy material for?
merly known aa Paper
! .Collara. . Do not fall pa
call early, to bo convinced of the abovo facts,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR,
Juno 28 Main streot.
AFEW reasons why they should have the
preference over all others:
1. Wheeler ?t Wilson's Sewing Machino ia
much simpler than any of the othora; re?
quiring leta than half tho amount of ma?
2. Aa tho result of thia simplicity, thia ma?
chine ia much leas liable tb an the others to
get out of repair.
3. Auotber roeult of thia simplicity is
4. Another result ia lens friction, and, con?
sequently, greater eaao and rapidity of mo?
tion, with lesa noiae.
5. And greatest of all, that it UBOB no Shut?
tle, and makea the lock stitch.
It ia the obeapest to buy tho best. Buy.the
machino that has justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
againet u strong and bitter competition. Fox
moro than twenty years has tho Wheeler &
Wilson not only stood first and foremost, bot
now stands the umivalled Sewing Machine of
Ibo enlightened civilized world.. Buy tho ma?
chine thal lins been (lina teated and proved,
and then yon aro sure to get the boat. For
palo on tho ea?iest posaiblo terma. Sales?
room Main street, second door below Pnoitrx
office, Columbia,S. O.
J. 8. rUUSLEY, Agent
A. WHYTE, General Southern Agent:
Juno 21 _. 6mo
The Dexter Stables.
TUE n ode reigned have re?
moved their Stables to the new
building, immediately South of
^7!a?r^:??*Js-ni,e3',B Hall, and, with a new
l^f^J^ Vatock of CARRIAGES, BUG?
GIES <inu Ano HOUSES, are prepared to an?
swer all calla that may be made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, are invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made- OD
stock left for salo. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. Bo YOU.
O. H. P Erny om.._Jan 24
MAY be obtained by calling at ISAAC
SULZ?ACHER'S and purchasing one
of those justly celebrated ELGIN
WATCH Eb, and where you can find a
complete stock of Diamonds. Jewelry,
Silvpr und Plated Ware, of the beat
. manufacture. In addition are 'the
United States, Waltham, English and S wi ea
Watch? s iu Gold and Silver Cuses, which aili
bo closed out at New York prices.
Constantly on bund flue Gold Chains, Seal
Rings, Charms,Lockets, Sleeve Buttons, Beta,
and a varied stock of Fanoy Articles.
All kinda of Repairing done promptlv, and
warranted, by ISAAC SULZHACBER,
Apt il 27_ Under Columbia Hotel.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main A?? ett, near Plain.
NOW on band and daByre
i iving from -the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tbe
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in thia market, conaisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din?
ing-Room Ruits; 200 Benet eada of different
pattorna, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinda or MATTRESSES made to ordox.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the heat manner.
Terms cash and Good? cheap. OotSO
Symbolic Admonition! .
rilllE er ason ia at hand when tba linrnar.
JL family is more *Abeted than during any
other pai t of the j ear. .The am.'a.ray* acting
npon the decayed vegetable and animal mat?
ter, poisons tho atmosphere, and produces
manv disorders of the system-Chills and Fo
vcr.'Bilioua Complaints,. Diarrl ma. Dysen?
tery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps and Cbolic.etc.
Henee the system requires an invigorating
an?l tonic medicine, that will brace np ita
shattered forces, and enable the organe to
porform their proper functions. For thia pnr
?1 oto wo would recommend the use of DE1N
TSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
For Dyspepsia and Weak Stomach.
For tho Liver and Kidneys.
For Concha and Boro Throat.
For the Lunga and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and General Debility.
For loee of Appetite. For Sick Headache. - <
For Diarrhoea and Dysentery.
For Fever and Ague. For Bilious Fever.
For Cholera Morbus and Cramps.
For Palpitation of tho Heart.
For Broken Down Nervous System.
For Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
For Purifying the Blood.
Ilicivmirs O.UEKN'8 DBMOHT
Tho people approve of, and phyeioians sanc?
tion ita uso, becauao it ia a good medicine.
Tako no other medicine. It ia a spring invi
gorator. a Bummer tonio, a purifying beve?
rage, admirably adapted to all conditions,
malo and female-grown peraona and ch il?
I dren at thin particular aeaaon. Bo anre and
I call at Hcinitsh'a Drug Store and got a boltl
of bia great medicine.
Prepared only by E. H. HEINiTSH,
May 80 Druggist aud Chemist.