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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.
. ;*h? ??tSb?olnUefeo^t?eB^o'teKia tt?x?
a lotter in the New Yo tk " 7Wown<jt ot .tho
8'tt? !fns?.\ from 'it^^eep???^uViiravel
ing in Sooth Carolina: . . ' ..??
. ! GEEBaiviiJiiL~*Thero oro low towna in
the Sooth that one fools the, smallest; de?
sire to visitj the second titne; bat among
the few ? cbunt Greenville, to'whioh I
re tamed, last Saturday, with' pleasure,
not only because the cool breezes that
blow from; tho mouutainp were ei gratefal
relief, after, wooka spout ju the swelter?
ing low-country, li?t because it waa to DO
for me a point of departure for a jour?
ney aorosH the great Blue Ridge rungo
that I had-seqn on my previous visit ito
the pince, lying like a hugo cumulas
cloud stretched along tho . Northern ho?
rizon. Besides, the towh is exoeption
ally-pleasant, and the people kind and
hospitable.. Although they hold to their
old opinions still, like njost . people at
the, Booth who were oonvin?ed against
their will hythe logio or w?r, th?y aro
friendly to Northerners, cherish-ho ill
will, and scorn to be in earnest irr the de?
sire they uniformly expresa,, that; emi?
grants from tho ??rrorn States should
Bottle in their midst. They have more
culturo than it is usual te find among the
.inhabitants of Southern' Villages, and
they sustain a littlo reading-room, where
one can flpd most American periodicals
anet' English1 magazines ' and reviews,
Th? women are famous all over the State
for their beauty, and justly so. The op
pearanco of tho mea does not, however,
confirm tho assertion that tho ol i m at o ii
one of remarkable healthfulness. * Tb oj
- are much inferior to the women. Fer
haps the cause is too much whiskey one
tobacco and too littlo work. I It is mar
: velona with what an air of per.feot con
' tentaient'the men in Southern village
''wilt sit all day in groups upon the tavori
porches, ' moving only when driven b;
the Bun from their first positions, or fo
an .occasional visit to. tho bar. The;
have little conversation, i or thoy lonj
ago talked each other dry, hud they ar
- seldom troubled with what Huxley* call
"tho malady of thought that doth infos
ns all. " They enjoy the luxury of pei
foot, idleness, a thing neyer, fully exp.e
' rion cod by men of Northern fooes. '
?I . OaaAB's H?AI>?-At nobb we' reaohe
tho summit of Salada Mountain, an ad
vanoed Southern span of the Blue Bldg
ohain, , and r found a rudo moan tai
taVern, which ?B "usually the rps?rf c
pleasuro-oeokers from the low conn try i
the summer; and bf deer hunters itt th
fall, ; It commands a> view of greater OJ
tension than from the Catskill Mountai
House. To the East and. North, tl
bltie and green ridges and peaks swee
off into the ' hazy distance. W?stwar
th a eye follows the ? great, j green ;1 mom
.titin.waves,' until thoy fade away in. r?|
pies far off in Georgia; while, to tl
South, all of the Vast plain bf South C
rolina seems to bo stretched out like
map. It is a scene of wonderful gran<
ear and bean ty. As we gazed upon i
yesterday,'filled with that 'feeling of ei
. thuaiasm and exaltation? which he wt
baa never stood on mountain, tops, hi
.never experienced, a nig blond, bah
failing from o Vor th? Georgia hill
.brushing tho sides of tho moan tains
ita course, flapping its ' damp skirts"
Ottt I?(?ea?; for a iow minutes hiding i
the world below.from, view, as it held
in''its oold embrace, and then floatii
away to feil in ? rain upon the low con
"try, milpa, away.,. . , . , .?.
Closer's .Head is the hame of. the big
est- point Upon thc 'mountain,' whoo
thoYbest view'is Obtained. There- is
. faint ?omblanc? of. a-map's head upoh
rock, which gives the placo i hg nan
..rather than that at anyhqdy.else, no 9
rough 'affair^ Tbe./bpma );hb(5w. ri?itl
adorn mon te; but tho peaif are; eicaro, n
't ?he cool'mo'untam air gives' a aopd'bp
,t?t? f?r,*th? ?hj.tlkeb? ham..ri??, houV
arid, ihbt^b^sofiits. that Ib?tablq amt
. an,q. tba? jcom'pripes the} b variable raft
.Southern country iunsV(. The forests f
"cover the' mountains abound'jin','dc
wild turkeys and ?mallojc. gatnc. Il
an uh pleasant circumstance .to hun!
that they abound also"m raftlosual
' The landlord . says that deserters 1
refugees from tho conscription beti
themselves to .these mountain's dar
the war, organized themselves into \
d?tpry bands, and made raids upon
' country below, plundering the furn
of* their money and cattle. ' After
surrender many of thom remained io
mountains, and, according ta the lo
lord, joined tho Republican party,
with the help of the negroes bel
elected one of their number to the
Legt?latnro nuder tho reconstructed
verument. - There is soon a disposi
in South Carolina to take it for grat
that all rogues and suspicious chara?
belong to the Republican party,
such stories as that of - the 1 andie
mast be taken with a grain of salt.
Two negro women, in a ot ore in B
fort, the other day, fought ferooio
with razors. They out and ttlashed t
the orimoon gore flowed like whis
Ab old negro man, seeing they
about to kill eaoh other, rushed in
felled them both to the earth wi
hage dub, thus patting a stop to
carnage. Jealousy was the cause,
adored and disputed object, a strap
yoong negro fellow, was present
witnessed the battle, but did not off
Health of Herges, Mules, Co wi
SICKNESS and doath of etook ls one c
greatest discouragements of the fa
Tue cause pf their death may be boyeo
control, but very many cases, indeed
caeos emt pf ton, tho disease may be t
to Indigestion, Derangement of the Bi
Debility. Where this is the case, wo a
. have a remedy at hand: HEINITSB'S
HAN HOUSE POWDEB. With Ibis
horao medicine you aro protooted fron
For Weakness, Indigestion, Ovor-w
Horses, no better preventivo medicine 1
given. Try it. For sale only by
E. Hi HEINITS
July 71 Wh?lesalo and Rota? Drugi
ITS CURE AHD ITS PREVENTIVE,
DT J. 'H. 8CHEN Cit, M. O. .
MANY A haman being baa paa?ed away,
for whoso.doatb thero waa po other Rea?
son than the neglect of known and indisput?
ably proven meaba of curb. Those near and
dear to family ?hd frionds are sleeping tho
dreamless slumber in to wbiob, had they calm?
DH. JOSEPH II. bUlIB?NX'I?'S
And availod thomsolvee of bis wonderful offi
cacioua medicines, they would not have, fallon.
.Dr. Schenck haa, lu his. own caBO, provoc
that whorever sufficient vitality remains, thai
vitality, by his medicines and his direction!
for their uso, is quickened into he alt bin
vigor. ,, ...
In this statement thereis nothing presump
tuouB. To tho faith of tho invalid ia mario ni
representation that is not a thousand time
substantiated hy living and vii-iblo works
Tho theory of tho euro by Dr. Bchcnck'e me
dioino is aa simple as it ia unfailing. Its phi
loBophy requires no argument. It is self-ati
Tho Seaweed Touio and Mandrako Fille ar
the first two weapons with whi"h tho citad<
of tho malady ia assailed. Two-thirds of th
oasob of consumption originate in dyspopsi
and ? functionally disordered liver. With thi
oondition tho bronchial tubes "sympathize
with tho stomach. They respond to tho moi
bifio action of the liver. Hore, then, came
tho culminating remilt, and tho sotting ii
with all its distressing symptoms, of
Tho Mandrake Pilla are composed of ono <
nature's noblest gifte-the Podopbillutn Pe
tatum. They possess all tho blood-?caro!
ing, alterative properties of calomel; but, u:
like calomel, they
?LKAVF, NO STING BBHIND."
Tho work of cure is now beginning. Tl
vitiated and muoous deposits in the bowe
and in the alimentary canal aro ejected. Tl
livor, like a clock, is wound up. It arous
from its torpidity. Tho stomach' acts respo
aively, and the patient begins to fool that !
ia getting, at laBt,
A SUP PL. Y OF GOOD BLOOD.
The Seaweed Tonio, in conjunction with t
Pills, permeates and assimil?tes with the foe
Gbyhnoation is now progressing without i
previous torture?. Digostion becomes pal
tess, and the core is soon to bo at hat
There is no more flatulence, no exacerbad
of tho stomach. An appetite seta in.
Now comos tho greatest Blood Purifier ci
yet given by an indulgent father to suffer!
man. Schenck'a Pulmon?a Syrup comes in
perform ita functions and to baotou and oo
pie to tho core. It enters at onoe upon
work. Nature cannot be cheated. . It colle
Ana-ripens the impaired an'd'disea'aod portie
of the lungs. In the form of gatherings
propares them for expectoration, aud lol ii
very short time, the malady ia vanquish
the rotten throne that it occupied ia r?nova
and made new, and the patient, in all the ?
?lty of regained vigor, steps forth to en
the manhood or the womanhood that was
fl .GIVEN Ut* AH LOKT.
Tho second thing tho patienta must a
in a warm room until they get -well; it ia
most Impossible to prevent taking cold wi
the InngB are diseased, bat it mast bo \
vented, Or A cure ?annot he effected. Fr
air and riding out, especially in thia sect
ot the country in the faU and winter scat
are all wrong. Physicians , who focomm
that course loee their patients, if their la
are badly diseased, and'yet, because they
in the >house, they mast not Blt down an
they must walk about tho room as.muan
as fast aa the strength will boar, to got v
'good circulation of blood. .The . path
mast hoop.in good spirits-be determino?
Rot wo ll. .Thia bas a great deal to do with
appetite, ant) i?.tho great point to gain.
To despair of eure aftersoch evidence c
possibility In th? worst cases, mid moral
taint y in all others, is sinful. - Dr. Scher
personal statement to the Faculty of bia
euro ?van in these modest words:
i ."Many years ago I was lu the last stag?
conptltnptlopi 'cop fin ed (o'my bed, and at
'titnb my physicians t?i??ght that I could
live a week; then. Uko a drowning man t?t
lng at straws, I heard of and obtained
pr?parations which I j DOW offer to tho pu
and they made a perfect euro of me
H conic d to mo that I could fecithc-m, peno
my'- whole syatom.: They soon' ripened
matter in my lungs, and I would spit'ap.
than a pint of offuueiro yellow matter ?
morning for a long time.
"As soon as that began to aubeidi
cough, (over, pain and night sweats alli
to leave mo, and my appetite became so
that it was with difficulty that I. could
from eating too much. I aoou gain? d stn
i an?* have grown'in fleeh over sinco.
*'. waa woigbed shortly after my. recoi
ad- d the Doctor, "then looking likes
.kt .otoh; my weight was only ninety
pounds; my present weight is two hu
and twenty-five  ponndB, and for y<
have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Schenck has discontinued Ilia p
sional visits to New York aud Boston,
his Bon, Dr. J. H. Schenck, Jr.,slill coi
tn eeo patients at their office, No. 15
Sixth street, Philadelphia, ovory Sat
from 9 A. M. to. 3 P. M. Thoao who 1
thorough examination with tbe Respire
Will ho charged $5. Tho Reapiromott
olares the exact condition of the lung
patients can readily learn whether th
curable or not.
The directions for taking the medicis!
adapted to the intelligence even of a
Follow these directions, aud kind uata
do tho rest, excepting that in some cai
Mandrake Pills are to be taken in inc
dones; the three medicines need no ot
oompaniments than the ample inatn
that accompany them: First or?ate a;
Of returning health hunger is tho mr.
como symptom. When it comes, aa
como, let tho doapahing at once bo <
eheer. Good blood at once follows, thc
loosens, the night sweat is abated,
short time both of those morbid nyc
aro gono forever.
Dr. Bchonck's medicines aro constan!
in tens of thousands of families. As
tlve or purgative, the Mandrake Pil
standard preparation; while the Pi
Syrup, as a oarer of coughs and colds,
regardod as a prophylaoterie again
sumption in any of its forms.
Frico of the Pulmonio Syrup and ?
Tonic, 11.50 a bottle, or $7.50 a hali
Mandrake Pilla, 25 ott. a box. For sa
druggist s and dealers. JOHN F. HEN
8 Ollego Placo, New York, Wholesale
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to
lootlon of Commercial Paper,
on Stato and Railroad Bonds and Sto
Conversion of Stato Securities, by
Nov 23 Orno P QAMBBILL. I
COU?8TV CLAIMS AUB Jlltt? t
8 Lie ATE? boncht bv
Fob 5 D. GAMBRILL, I
COLUMBIA., S. C., June 21, 1871.
DIL E. W. WHEELER has thia day given
to na, aa TroateoB for tho Ticket Holdere, bia
bond in the penal eum of $40,000' 'eecur?d by
mortgage of th? real eetato ofTered for raffle,
for a prompt and faithful distribution of tho
prizes advertised aa 80on as the 2,000 tickets
are sold. JOnN AONEW,
Juno 22 _ lt. O. SHIVER.
HOW Xviii USK? TO UK I'UYMOK
ED.-Who does not roraombor the timo whoo'
spring purgation waB considered indieponaa
blo to Bummer health? No mailor for wry
facee, tho inevitable Balts and senna, rhu?
barb, or calomel and jalap, most bo adminis?
tered. These "apriug medicines," t ho young?
sters were told, were to keep them halo and
hearty during tho summer. Wo all know now
that this was a fallacy; that now vigor, not
doplotion, is what ls required at tho com?
mencement of tho summer solstice. As
preparation for tho enervating effects of op?
pressive Bummer weather, a course of HOS*
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS ia highly
expedient. Thia famous vegotable prepara?
tion haa throe prominent properties: It reno?
vates, purines and regulates all tho functions
of tho body. It ia compoaod oxcluaivoly of
puro vegotable productions, viz: Tho essen?
tial principio of Monongahela Rye, and tho
most efficacious tonic and alterative rootB,
barka and guma known to medical botanists.
Hence, it is an absolutely safo medicine, and
no tincture of the Pharmacopecia eau comparo
with it either in purity, or in tho varioty of ile
objects, and its comprehensivo results. Hap?
pily for mankind, tho theory that it was neces?
sary to prostrate a patient in order to euro
him, is forever exploded, and tho true philo?
sophical doctrine, that vigor is the great an?
tagonist of disease, baa taken its placo. Hoe
totter's Ritters is an invigorate, and hence it
tho proper medicine for the feeble al lilia
oat trying Boaaou of tho year.
Be sure that you obtain the genuine article,
aathero aro innumerable vitt imitations ia the
market. Look to the ornamental stamp, the
ii graved labol, and the name blown into the
'lass. H OM tetter's Stomach Bitters is fold ia
bottles only._ July 2 f6
How Lost! How Restored!
Just published, in a sealed enve?
lope. Price, six eents.
ALECTUBE on the Natural Treatment
and Badioal Cure of Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Eroistvioua,
Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marri?
age generally; Nervousness, Consumption,
Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Self-Abuso, <%o., by Ho
ntuiT J. CULVEKWELX, M. IX, author of tho
"Green Book," &o.
..A Huon to TUonsand* of HufTVreri."
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
.Address, post-paid, oo receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. C.KLINE
187 Botvery, .Vtw York-V. O. Box, 4,560.
June 12_[J _a in o
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
E98AYS FOR YOUNG MEN, on great so?
cial evils and abnscs, which interfere
with M Anni .HIE, with sure means of relief for
tho erring and unfortunate, diseased and do
I bilitated. Sent in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Address HOWARD SANITA?
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth
street, Pbfladelphla.' Pa._ Ma; 21 3tno_
Livery and Sale Stables. .,
i^Ra^AUMBA THE undersigned
Hglgy-^a^ra'^^'g^,will continuo tho bu
^$j?g^\?S3g? WfBtffgp singas h?Setoforo con?
ducted by Agnew & Co., at tho old Stauda of
the late firm. His Omnibneea and Carriages
will convoy 'passengers to and from 'the Rail?
road Depta to the Columbia Hotel, the Nick
?raon House, or any part of the city. Ho will
BO furnish lloraba, Bhggle'a, Carriages,.Ac.,
for Lireon reasonable terms, and solicita the
patronage of the friends of the late timi.
June 28_ OW KN DALY.
PLANS for tho erodion of a City Hall, cor?
ner of Washington and Richardson
streets, in tho city nf Colombia, will be re?
ceived until 20th ol' July. Building lo bc of
brick, of tho following dimnisious: 1U5 feet
front oh Richardson street and 165 feet depth
on Washington street, two stories, with man?
sard roof; lower story to bo divided into three
stores; upper story to be finished as a Thea?
tre, with accommodations for 1,200 parenna;
remainder of upper story to be mushed as
Plans to bo handed to Chairman of special
Committee of CitV Council.
W HUTSON WIGG, Chairman,
Juno 211 J. TAYLOR, Committee. _
' STOVES! ST0VES? STOVES!
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
PLUMBING, ROOFING, GUTTERING, and
all work in thia line, put up to ordor
and roady forealo at tho
CA RAI LIN A MANUFACTORY.
Gall at either houae-Columbia or Newberry
HENRY n. D LEANE,
March 22 t_Proprietor.
-| (\ BDLS. FRESH PEARL GRIST, just
1U received and for aale low by
Jone 15_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
ON dranght. THIS DAY, at a low price, hy
the gallon or dozen. EDWARD HOPE.
Claret on Dranght.
JUST opened, one Cask aboioe TABLE
CLARET, for sale low, by the gallon or
dozen, by_JOHN AGNEW g BON.
Beegera' Beer is Fnre.
IT don't oontain Oococulua Indiens Fish
Borrica to mako sleepy or headache.
'Diamond' and 'Orange' Brand Hains.
1 C\ TIEROES or these "inoomparablos"
. l_\Jr just to hand aud for salo by
Juno 17 GEO. SYMMF.RS.
TONS COTTON REED MEAL. Excel
_ lent for manure. EDWARD HOPE. _
Freo Soup cvory day, at ll o'clsck, at Poi J
CHILDS & WILEY,
WE have marked down all of our large
Block of HEADY-MADE CLOTHING to
Buch low figures thal the prioe cornea within
reach of all that wish a good fitting garment,
mado in tho latest style and hy tho best mak?
ers in Now York. Wo aro the only houao that
sell All Linen Drawers at $1.50. We aro?tho
only houHO that have tho imported Soe-Sucker
Calcutta Suits, warrautod genuino. An in?
spection of our largo stOck will 'settle tho
mind of any ono that money in mado by buy?
ing irom us. Thirty-two mob Bole Loather
Trunks, only a few left, at $20. Juno 28
SHIELDS & GXiAZiB,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Palmetto Iron Works,
MANUFACTURERS of STEAM ENGINES
and HOI LEHN, Saw, Grist and Cane
Mills, all sizoH, all kinda of Agricultural Im?
plements, Houao and Store Fronts, Iron Hail?
ing, Iron and Braes Casting; Shafting, Pul?
leys and Hangers mado to order.
Manufacturers of UTLEY'S IMPROVED
LEVER COTTON PRESS, which was awarded
the first promium in North Carolina, South
Carolina, Alabama and Louisiana last fall.
Wo also manufacturo tho DIXIE SCREW
COTTON PRESS-a cheap and durable ona.
Send for circulara.
Orders filled on short nolico and on most
reasonable tonna. Juno 24 3mo
(Formerly Glaze <? Jiadclirt'e,)
HAS on hand, at reduced prices, GOLD and
SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER and PLATED WARE, House Furuiebing
Goods, Guns, Pistols and Sporting Goods.
N. B. Having tho agoncy of tito Amorican
Philadelphia Watches, (Paulus Pat. 1803.) I
am prepared to furnish them at manufac?
turer's prices. I can recommend them a first
clans time piteo.
Repairing and Engraving dono 1>Y first class
workmen, and warranted. WM. GLAZE,
Ono door North Scott ft Son's Banking
House. June 9 t2mo
REYNOLDS' IMPR O VEMENT.
THOSE who have lost several. Natural
Teeth, and let ve, been advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as thefirstatcp
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, aro
requested, before submitting to a practice,
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of its fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of so much
. Tho above improvement waa designed to re?
sist so deplorable a practice, and alter a tho?
rough test of moro than three years, is found
capable of accomplishing what" no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
It ia now possible to obtain partial casa,
which will euvo for yoars Natural Teeth, ano
bo at tho game time roliahlo. in every respect.
An invitation is hereby given to such as
feu) iutcrosted to call "at our Operating
Booton, and examine .duplicate specimons of
cases uowiu actual use.
Nov Gt HEYNOLDS As REYNOLDS.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
VII A ULO TTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT etiler? for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Sin/, and Family Groceries
generally. Urderb filled car?fullv and prompt?
ly. *_ Feb 7 lyr_
White's Gardening for the South,
"DY tho bite Wm. A. White, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FAUMERaud MAR?
KET GARDENER, f 1.50.
Thc P h bs ph at u Hock* ot South Carolina,
their Historv and Developments-Colorad
Plates. $1 2.1.
Sis Sermon? on Tcinpotahce, by L*.:n&
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Cours? of Lectures un
Preaching, lt. L. Halinor, D. D. 11.50.
Anv above rent bv mail.
DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN,
Foi) 10 Opposite Columbi* Hotel.
Q (R(\f\ ACHES of LAND in Barnwell,
OsVlv'v/ Oil the Edisto.
751) ACRES in Kershaw -in lots lo snit.
Saw Mill and 2 DUO ?ten H ot I.mid in i.oxiug
ton, ori North Editto. *7,o00.
2,500 aero* Waterer Bottom Land, f2 pr aero
2,500 acres creek Imttbm and pine Land, al
$2 uer acre. 1 lionise in this city, i5,0u0.
HOUSE and thirteen acreb LAND, near tbe
city-$8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law ?nd Beal Estate Agent.
Scythes and Grain Cradles.
O DOZ. superior QUAIN CRADLES. ,
?j 10 doz. GriQin's Grain and Grass Sjythos,
juBt received aud for salo low hy
_May 17 AGNEW .V 8fJN.__
GE OB OE TUP PEE,
Beal Estate and Insurance Agent,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFICE over W. 0. Fisher's Drug Store,
opposilo Columbia notol, Main Btroet. May 2
Magrath's Digest of South Carolina
TO tho preaont timo. Price *5. For sale at
BRY?N & MoCARTER'S BOOKSTOBE.
Juno ll _
i)AA BOXES SMOKED HERRINGS,just
???\J\) received and for tale, at fifty cents
per box. by_ JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
A lino summer tonic is Hattorfs Bitters
can bo had nt POLLOCK'S.
STATE OF ROUTH CAROLINA,
EECTJTIVE HEP AB TM E N T ,
COLUMBIA, Juno 23, 1671.
WHEREAS, information baa been officially
rocoived at thin Department that va
caniea havo ocenrrod in the office? of County
Commissioners in tho following Counties, to
wit: Newborry County, Bimeon Young and
David Hailatock; Chester Oonntv, W. H. Fro
noberger and Alexander Kelsey; Clarendon
County, F. J. Lr.mon and Qadadcn Tarlton;
Union County, H. IL "White and John Tins?
ley; Laurens County, David Foulke and Tur?
pin Dendy, failed to qualify.
Now, therefore, 1, ROBERT H. SCOTT, |
Qovoruor of tho State of South Carbuna, in
accordance with the thirty-seventh Section of
tho Act o? September 20, 1868, entitled "An
Act to define tho duties and Jurisdiction of
County Commissioners." do hereby basno this,
my proclamation, that a special election bu
hold on TUESDAY, tho 25th day of July
next,- to fill said vacancies for the unexpired
torm thereof, within the said Counties, re?
spectively. The Commissioners of Elections,
appointed in pureusance of "An Act provid?
ing for tbo General Elections, and tho mannor
of conducting the same," approved Haren 1,
1870, aro authorized and directed to conclueb
tbo said epeoial elections; respectively, and to
mako all necessary arrangements therefor,
and each of them aro hereby required, after
duo publication) and with strict regard to the
fro vis ions of the Constitution and the laws of
bo State tonching tboir duties in such case,
to cause such elections to be hold on tho day
aforesaid, and to tako nil tho necessary steps
for tho holding of such elections, and for the
ascertaining and dotormining the person or
persons who shall have been duly elected
In testimony whereof, I have heronnto set
my hand, and caused tho Great Seal of
thc State to be affixed, at Columbia.
[L. B J this 23d day of Juno, A. D. 1871, and
in the ninety fifth yoar of tho Inde?
pendence of tho United States of Ame?
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. G&noozo, Sooretary cf State. ?
Spring and Summer Clothing,
H. & W. C. SWAFFLELD'S. '
WE havj tho largeet retail stock ih tho
State, and, anxious to reduco it, will
Bell it at GREATLY REDUCED TRICES.
Tho stock is unbroken, and the host stock
we have ever handled. . i .?<.'
New HATS, of a desirable stylo, just re?
Thia rednctlon will apply'also to our CUS?
TOM DEPARTMENT. _ May 16
New Books, bv Express..
PDY8ICAL CAUSE OF TUE DE AT n. OF I
'CHRIST, Ac, by Strond, and letter, by j
Sir .Tami a Simpson, M. D.
War and Cultnre, by Arthur Helps. .(1.50.
Hugh Miller's Life and Letters, two vol
unies, by Fetor Bay no, with portrait, tl.
Christianity and l'nsitivcism; by McCosh.
People's Practical Phriltrv Book, complete.
Whv Did Ho Not Dil? From thu Gorman, by
Mrs. Wist ar.
Callitrtoo. a l?oraa? e, by Sand i2
Climat? s rpr lnva .is. by L. OUI. $1 23.
Body mid Mind, hy M frodsley, Loudon.' $1.
The* Old Fashioned Boy, by Farqnarami.
Little Men, bv author of Little Women.
Piku County Ballads, by John Hay. il.60.
Mrs. beeton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Must completo woi k. Illustrated.
Also, some new Novels bv good authors,
just opened, at BBYAN A MoC ARTE H'S
Juno 13 Bookstore.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
I.uldic in general that I have
ust received au entire new
'otucl^of Double and Ningle Bar?
ru! GUNS, REPEATERS, Fl?fcks, Pouches,
Pistol-Pells, Caps, Ruck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartiidgoe for all kinda of Pistole, Powder
REPAIRING done at abort uotico.
Oct_8_P. W. KRAFT. Main atreet.
" DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD rpspoctrully inform
hia patron? and the public ge?
nerally that be baa moved into
hia new office, over Duffie A Chapman's Book?
store, opposite tho Columbia Hotel, where he j
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
ration and work, of whataoevcr kind his pro?
fession dom antin. Terms accommodating.
MRS. C. E. HEED bogs leave
to inform the ladies in general
that abe haa now ready a full line ]
i of the latest and moat fashionable
1 styles of MILLINERY, Hair and
Fanoy Goods, at reduced prices.
*Alao, freah supplies every week.
jail and see for yonraalvos._May 4
Gnn and Blasting Powder.
AFULL anpply of the celebrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, in kogo
and cannisters, is now offered to mord?ante
and conaumcrs at the lowest market ratcB, by
bho underelgnod, who aro solo agents for the
manufacturera at this placo. _
May 25_JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE lt givea atrongth and improvea ]
their health. _March ll
and ?old by D. G.VMBRILL. Broker.
Meals fnrnbhod at ali boura at POLLOCK'S.
J .c. *
.:. More than Extraordinary 1 ,
HAVING disposed of
the bulk of our Som?
mer Stock of
Clothing arid Hate,
We have determined to
give greater facilities
and larger induce
meute to those d?sirons
of purchasing the beat
of Goode, by selling
tho remainder of our
Stock at twenty per
cent, below tho toot
mark. . .
We beg to call the
attention of tho public
to our Stock of COL?
LARS and CUFFS,
which, for quantity,
quality, stylo and va?
riety, wili eurpass any
in the State, embracing
OLOTH - FACED PA?
PER COLLAR, special?
ly adapted to this cli?
mate, doing away with
tho, flimsy material for?
merly known as Paper
Collara. Do not fali to
call early, to bo convinced of tho abovo lads,
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR, '
- June 28 Main street.
AFEW reasons why they should have thc
preference over all others: ..
1. Wheeler & Wilson's Sowing Machine,is
much simpler than any of tho' other's; re?
quiring ICBB than half tho amount of ma?
chinery. . . '
2. AB tho result of this simplicity, tide -ma?
chine ls much lee's liable than the others to
get ont of repair. <
3. Another result -of this simplicity. is
4. Another result is less friction, and, cou
seqnently, greater easo and rapidity of mo?
tion, with lesB noise.
6. And greatest of all, that it useB no Bhnt
tio, and makes tho lock euron. ,
It is tho cheapest to boy th? best. Bny the
machino that has Justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
against a strong and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years has tho Wheeler A
WilBon not only stood first and foremost, but
I now stands the uni ivalled Sewing llaehine of
tho enlightened civilized world. Buy the ma?
chine that has been thus tested and proved,
I and thon yon are oura to get tho best. For
salo on tho oa?cst possible .terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door below F?OKIX
office, Columbia, S. O.
J, S. PURSLEY, Agent.
A. WrrvTE, donore! Southorn Agent.
Jnno21 __*_.__*_ Sro o
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to tho now
buildrh^,'Immediately South of
k-Tanney'e Halb andi with, anew
,- /stock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES %nct fin? HORSES, are prepared to ?n
?wer all oaUs that mar, bo.made upon them.
Horses bought and Bold ou commission.
Persons in: want of good a took, ero invited-to
givo us a call. Libera) advances made on
otock leit for sale. BOYCE &'CO.
W. H. BOYOE.
0. H. PETrnronx. '? ? Jan 24
MAY bo obtained by calUng at ISAAC
S?LZ BAC H EU'S and duvclialdtiglono
of those justly i.lehrated ELGIN
WATCH Eb. and wherayou caa? find a
complete stock of Ditmibnds. Jewelry^
Silver and Plated: Ware, nf tho best
manufactura. lu addition ?frc Die
United States, Waltham, Englifh and Kwies
Watches in Gold and tdivt-r Gaues, which.? ill
beoloftd out at New York prices.
1 Coneta-nt?j: on'fcaud' lRi? GWd ChuitiR. Seal
Hingt, Charms,Lockett^Blt-iive-Huttons, Sots,
and ii varied ?dock of Fanry ArticW.
AH'kitida of Repairing ?vn* prompt'lv, and
warrin.tod, by ISAAC SUl.ZBACrUvH,.
A (ii il 27 Under Ciihiiiibi? F o t el.
Aittin Strr-t, nr'ir 1'Utin.
SOW on hand ..ud daily re?
iving fujiu tho mnmifae
rnrit-K ot Ni w York; BoBton,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assortment ol FUR?
NITURE ever kept io tl is market, condnting
in parlor Walunt Parlor, Chamber ?uni Diu
ing-Room Knit*; 200 Bedsteads of diiTeieut
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-hot tobi Chairs.
All kinds ot MAITRESSES ni? ile to order.
UPHOLSTER INO and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in tin- best manner.
Terms cash and Gooch? cheap._Oct SO'
TUE fi aijon is at hand when tho human
?a m ?ly is more uSiictcd than dnring any
other pait of the j ear. The BU,!.'* rays acting
upon the dicayod vegetable and animal mat?
ter, poisons ihr atmosph?re, and produces
many ri ir ord ers of tho BJ st em-Chi IIB and Fe?
ver, Bilious Complaints, Di er rh eua, Dysen?
tery, Cholera Morbos, Cramps and Coolie,etc.
Henee .the system requires an invigorating
and tonio medicine, that will brace up ita
shattered forces, and enable th? organs to
perform their proper fonctions. For this pur?
pose we would recommend the use of HEIN
lTHH'fl QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
For Dyspepsia and Weak Stomach.
For the Liver and Kidney*.
For Coucha and Bore Throat.
For the Lungs and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and GeoeralDebility.
For loss of Appetite. For Sink Hoadaoke.
For Diarrhoea and Dyeontery.
For Fever and Ague. For Bilious Fever.
For Cholera Morbus and Cramps.
For Palpitation of the Heart. -
For Broken Down Nervous System.
For Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
For Purifying the Blood.
HBINKTSH'B QUEEN'S DELIGHT
I The people approve of, and physicians ?ano*
i tion its uno, because it ia a good medicino.
Take oo'other medicine. It is a spring invi
gorator. a summer tonio, a purifying bevo
rage, admirably adapted to all conditions,
male and female-grown persons and ohil
I dren at this particular season. Be sure and
. cal) at Hoinitsh's Drug Store and get a bottl
of bis groat medicine.
Prnpared only by E. H. HEINIT8H,
May 80 Druggist and Chemist.