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BY J. A. SELBY; ~ C0?itfi??lA,o?. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15. 1871. YOL. VII-NO. 100.
S oe ree IM.? foWfr ojf a Storm.
Tho telegraphic reports in no way. I SM
?ggerated the tremendous., force of tho
storm which recently devastated a por?
tion of Nebraska? In the country near
Omaha serious mischief was done. ?
number of p<* ^nl^ were killed and a vast
quantity of property destroyed. The
house of ? farmer, J. R. Jester, was lift?
ed bodily from its foundation by a furious
blast .aud whirled; through the.air five
rods or more^ stunning and bruising the
frightened inmates. lu the samo town
nearly *v?ry house was" unroofed, the
wind tearing: th A roofs off; Uko paste?
board. For, miles the Ano oom fields
and wheat fields have been,ruined,! Soys
tr/?'Orh?haH?raldJ " ' *
. A procession ' following1 the' cor rise oj
Lewis .ff. Thompson WA? overtaken by
the tempest about four miles Wost oi
thief oity.( Mr\ ireland . was bub, bf tty:
first to afro it coming, add; bcihg a eurong
man; t?o1 jumped bat, hbjpiiig' to be abh
to'hdld tho d?rriqge\Tb tho ground. Bbl
h?B :effort?K were-'fruitless,; the vetiioh
being twisted ?ut'df UWgrnsp aqd over
tarried. 1 ft enrry'bv%ry. team-was lift?*
bocliiy' frooVthe gVonnd. :'A. carriage ii
which' Mrs. Tho^i^onv ' Mrk ?re??rid
Mf?.'Sdottf'?nd ^ner 'hear relati'vea'q
the d?oeased were riding,' wos capsize^
The hearse . ran down 4ntba hollow
where shelter' was afforded. One lad;
WftB talion' up 'from tho grnrr?il find ORI
ried b "di stubbo of 200 feet in toe air be
fore eke could regain her feet. The me:
could not stand np, but were throw
about at the meroy of tho wind.
The afternoon train on .the Fremor
- and Elkhorn Valley Railroad was struo
by the storm, between .Scribner an
Oro well, and the three coaches were lil
ed from the truck, thrown down the en
b?nkment, abd turned apside down i
the ditch. Oae sido of the engine wt
lifted eight inches from the traok, bi
the coupling broke', and , it fell boc
again. Nearly every pnsseng?r.wa? moi
or less'injared. John .McOlary, bf No
folk, received e fractured skull; his.wi
was bruised beyond recognition; the
Bon, Johnnie, hud-bia skull fraoturoi
Robert.EL, Farley's shouldo?. waa dial
cated. ' The lett arm ol Dr.: A. G. Beeb
of Blair, waa< broken-above the ol bb'
Con duo tor "McLeod's' abo alder w'
broken. Law. J&oed, of thiaki ty, WHH C
the train? but escaped with only slig
bruises. Bot one mile . from the wrei
of the train; tho house of Nathan Au
tin was picked up by .the, wind, carri
about V-'O foot, and'torn completely to
pieces. ! Air. Austin was crashed to deo
in the wreak' by falling \ timbers. I
daughter oaenped with her life, thoa|
she wag severely injured. The Uni
- Pacific Railroad express train, which h
drawn up to tho water tank at Lone Tri
wns backed away from the bu il di
when the approach- of the storm v
noticed, and not ri moment too soon, J
the wind-mill and building fell ?mme
ately afterward with a foarf al crash,
the stormswept about the train, skaki
it tremendously, the employeea of" t
oompqoy hurried toward tho steep!
oars, whioh were considered the oaf
from being the heaviest, aud they a
that: the passengers were nearly all
their knees praying for mercy, fori
one expepted V*.epoape alive. . Immei
haU'StpnesrfeU at- this point, and a
sp ato h received -from there said that ni
were smaller'than coffee ^nps. One i
found that actually measured twi
inches in o i ra um fere nco. Ia tho <
twelve lic?aos were blown down'and
atroyed. The roof waa torn from
back side of the depot; the kitchei
the hotel was blown down; the telegr
??oles wer? torn^itooi1 the ground; a
reight oar, which Was standing ou aj
track,' ! was1 demolished; the frame
blown down an ern ban km en t, and
truok woatakon up. by au opposite i
rent of wind and thrown ou the n
iraak. Fiies of . lamber .were whirle
every. .direction. Tho operator
graph od that "a woman was picket
hy the .wind and carried a quarter
mile at the rate of 1,000 miles a minc
A gentleman named E. Phelps, li
near. Lone Tree, was killed, his daug
fatally injured, and every member o
family more or less bruised. The BI
there continued about tea minutos,
its track was about. tea miles ia wi
Within that limit every field of f
was entirely destroyed. At Blair
Sioux Oity and Pacific round house
blown down, and the watohmau, wit!
son, narrowly escaped from the i
with their lives. Mr. Boston's hi
about one mile from the town, was
to pieces, but fortunately no persoi
injured'.' The loss ia buildings
o ropa, rr hi oh iaimtnonao, cannot nc
estimated, and it ic probable that f o
loss of human life will be reported.
The telegraph reported from Da,
Ohio,' on Sunday last, a terrino stol
wind aud rain which visited that t
doing m ooh damage to property ar
volving painful lo*s of lifo/: The D<
Journal of Monday contains a de
account of the occurrences, chiefs
which was the,destruction ol the Gc
(St. John's) Lutheran church,
church edifice Was.a hewstractore,
ed ddriog the yeafa 1?6? and lBfO.
qoot'qf 'the building was 450,000.
building,waa a neat >and imposing
turo, 1G0 feet deep, with a han(
front of m fent on Third street, tb
walls boiog CO feet in height, an
front walla surmounted by a tov
feet in height. The side walls w
inches in thickness, substantially
and apparently of sufficient stren
resist the force ol,any ordinary J
The Journal says:
The destruction of the Gorme
theran church proved to bo tho gr
lamity of the day. The storm had
the church when the Sunday
scholars aud tho teachers were
blina. Between three and four hi
children and teaohers had gatherei
the storm burst lu all its fury
sohool-room is on the ground flo
toucher heard the crash of falling
Messrs. Degenhart, Tschudi and ii
teachera, and Mr. Thomas, super
oat, went up stairs and diseovoi
North gnblo falling inward, and that thru
Wind was lifting the. roof.. Tho ?ide
walls had not, yet begun fulling ju, but
the'danger being imminent, tko teachers
?nd superintendent haste ried down stairs
and gave the ?nhirnr. Hov. Mr. Pritze,
pastor of tho]church, also warned: tho/
school of. tho .impeuding" danger, and
urged them tofsave'themselves by "flying
from' the building. The panic-stricken
children and teachers crowded i towards
the .front door,, filling np the. aisles, fall?
ingeyer each other in their frantic flight.
AY fow ' had, rehohed ' the sidewalk, and
others were still inside th? lectdr?-room
when tho roof and 'walla came crashing
through, breaking down the rear end of
the.second, floor over the altar, and
about one-third of the. extent of the
whole room,'piling up a muss of brick
and timbers on the floor of the lower
room. Fortunately the larger portion
of the assemblage bad reached the front1
portion of the room, and escaped crash?
ing by the fallen mass, which fell with
BU ch force OB to break down tho lower
floor partly into the cellar. Others less
fortunato were caught and buried ander
the timbers and mass of brick. Three
of them were instantly crushed to death,
and four others received serions injuries,
but were : taken oat alive. The fright?
ened survivors-nearly all of whom were I
obildren, - there being only fifteen or
twenty teachers in attendance at the
school-rushed en masse from the. fallen
.building, and 'sbught shelter from the
storm in the residences ia the neighbor?
hood. . While .tho storm was still raging I
at its height, the, fire-bells rang out tho |
alarm, and before the rain ceased hun?
dreds of people bad congregated at the
scene of the disaster.
A. number of firemen and other citi?
zens commenced the' work of extricating
the dead and wounded from the mass of
rains. It was a dangerous task, for tue
heavy timbers of the roof and loosened
brick of the walls resting on that por
tion of tho second floor which still re?
mained intact were liable to fall at any !
moment and crush all engaged beneath
them. Nevertheless tho work was vigor?
ously prosecuted, fortunately without j
About 875.000,000 foot np the money I
losses of tho Rothschilds as the result of !
the war in Europe.
. (Formerly Glaze & Radcliffe,) '
HAS on hand, at reduced prices. GOLD and
SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER and PLATED WAKE. Houso Faro whiny
Goods, Guns, Pistols and Sporting Grods.
N. B. Having tba agency of the American
Philadelphia, Watches, (Paulus Pat. 1868,) I
?Vi, pr'ep?r?? io in r n mn them at mannfac
turor'H price*. . I can recommend them a first
class time piece.
Repairing and Engraving done hy first claaB
workmen, and warranted. . WM. GLAZE,
One door North Scott .V Sun's Banking
Honee.' . June 9 -r2mo
CHILDS & WILEY,
OOIiVHBIA, 8. C.
WE have marked down all of our large
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING to
such low figures that the prico como? within
roach of all that wish a good fliting garment,
made in the latest style and by the best mak?
ers in New York. We sro tho only honse that
?All All Linen Drawers at $1.60. We are the
only bonso that have the imported See-Snoker
Calcutta Sniti, warranted genuine. An in?
spection of oar large stock will Rottlo the
mind of any ono that money is made by buy?
ing from ns. Thirty-two inch Sol? Leather
Trunks, only a fow left, at $20. June 23
George Huggins* Agency?
Established in Columbia, S. C.,A.D. 1849.
THE following companies have complied
with tho laws of tho Stato of South Caro?
lina, and have been daly licensed by the Comp?
troller-General of tho State, and by city bf
Columbia, for tho present y ear. roproB anting a
CAPITAL OF OVER ?40,000.000.
TEtna Firo Insnranco Company, of Hartford,
Conn ec tient.
Imperial Firo Insnranco Company, of Lon?
Union Piro Insnranco Company, of 8an
Phoenix Firo Insnranco Company, of New
Putnam Fire Insurance Company, ol Hart?
Manhattan Firo Insurance Company, of New
York. OBOBOB HUOOINS, AKrnt.
Office at Mr. Duffle's new booketoro. oppo?
site tho Colombia Hotol. May20j3mo
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, JV. O.
SOLICIT order? for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, ?c., and Family Groceries
generally. Orders Ailed carefully and prorapt
1 ._. Fob 7 lyr
Meals furninhi'd at all hours at POLLOCK'S.
? ?^OOJLal. Notices.
? 7 CONSUMPTION,
IT$ ?UEE.?ND .I?B PEE^?S?lv^,
I UV J. Ii. SCH KN Cit, BJ. O. !.. ?
"E?~ANY a human b?iug bau pained away,
lyW, J^r, whoso death there wan uu other roa-,
aun ?han tho neglect of known and indiaput-,
ably provon means of euro. Those near and'
dear to family aud 'friends are sloeping1 tho
dreamless slumber into wbiohjhad tuey calm?
ly adoptad, ,(.;.. .?< .' .! r
DU. JQSEPU IL; SCH EN CJK.'S
And availed themselves of his wonderfnlefu
caoione medicines, they would not bavo fallon.
Dr. Schouck Una, in bis own case, proved
that wberover aUfllcientvitality remains, that
vitality, by bis medicines and Iiiu direction?
for tboir uses ia quickened into healthful
In this statement lherei? nothing preanmp
tuona. To tho faith of tho invalid ia made no
representation that ia not a thousand limes
substantiated by living and virdblo works.
Tho theory of: tho cure by Dr. Sohonck'B me?
dicine is as aimplu aa it ia unfailing. Its phi
losophy rcnuircs no argument. It ia aelf-au
Tho Soawood Tonio and Mandrake Fills arc
tho first two woapous with wbi"h thc citadel
of tho malady ia assailed. Two-thirds of thc
caaob of consumption originate in.dyspepsie
and a functionally disordered liver, with thit
condition tho bronchial tabea "sympathizo'
with Ibo stomach. Tin. y respond to the mor
bifio action of tho livor. Hero, tbon. cornel
the culminating result, and tho sotting in
with all ita distressing symptoms, of
Tho Mandrake Pills are composed of .ono o
nature's noblest Rifts-the Podopbillum Pel
tatum. They possess all tho blo.)d-acarch
ing, alterative properties of calomel; hut, un
like calomel, they
..LEAVE NO STING BEHIND."
Tho work of euro is now beginning. Th
vitiated and mucous deposit* in tho bowel
and in the alimentary canal aro ejected. Tb
liver) liko a elbek, is wound up. li?ronse
from its torpidity. Tho stomach acts rospor
aively, and the patient begins to feel that b
ia getting, A! laut,
A SUPPLY OP GOOD BLOOD.
Tho Seaweed Tonio, in conjunction with tl
Pills, perinea! CB and assimilates with the foo?
Ghyliflcation is now progressing without ii
?ir?vioua tortures. Digestion bocumes pail
ess, and the cure is seen to be at ban
There is no moro flatulence, no oxacorbatk
of tbo stomach. An appotito sets in.
Now cornea tho grcateat Blood Purifier ov
yet given by an indulgent father to suffern
man. Schenok's Pulnionic Syrup comos in
perform ita functions and to hasten and coi
plete the euro. It entera at once upon i
work. Nature cannot be cheated. It collet
and ripons the impaired and diseaacd port io
of the lungs. In the form of gatherings,
prepares- them for expectoration, and lol ii
very short tims, the malady is vanquiabc
tho rotten throno that it occupied is r?nov?t
and made now, and the patient, in all the d
nity of regained vigor, steps forth to euj
tho manhood or the womanhood that was
GIVEN UP AS LOST.
The second thing ia, the patiente ronst st
in a warm room until they get woll; it is
moat impossible to prevent taking cold wli
the lungs aro dlaoaaed, but it must be p
vented, or a cure cannot be effected. Fri
air and riding ont, especially in this soot:
of the country in the fall and winter aeasi
are all wrong. Pbyaialans wbo recommc
that conree loao their patients, if their lui
are badly diaeaaed, and yot, becauao they ?
in the bouao, they must not sit down qui
they muat walk about the room aa much t
aa fast as the strength will bear, to get u]
good circulation of blood. The patie
must keep in good spirits-bo determined
get well. This bas a groat doal to do with
appetite, and ia the great point to gain.
To dsapair of cure after auch evidence of
portability in tbs worst canes, and moral i
tainty in altotbora, is einfal. Dr. Schern
personal statement to. the Faculty of bis c
euro was io these modest words:
"Many y?ars ago 1 w?a ?n the last ata-gc
consumption; confined to my bed, and at
time my.physiciaDB thought that I could
livo a week; then, like a drowning man cal
ing at straws, I board of and obtained
preparatioua which I now offer to tho pul
and they made a perfeot euro nf me.
aeemed to me that I could feel them penet
my whole system. They soon ripened
matter in my lungs, and I would apit up n
than a pint of offensive yellow matter o'
morning for a long time.
"As soon as that began to subside
congb, fover, pain and night sweats allbt
to leave me, and my appetite bocamo Bog
that it was with difficulty that I could 1
from eating too mach. I eoon gained st rei
and have grown in tleah ever since.
"I waa. weighed shortly after my recovi
added the Doctor, "then looking Uko a i
skeleton; my weight waa only ninuty-a
poonda; my present weight is two hnu
and twenty-fivo  pounds, and for yet
have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Uubenck has discontinued bis pr
sioual visits to New York and Boston. 1:
his son, Dr. J. H. Sohenok, Jr., still cont
to seo p&tionts at their office, No. 15 r
Sixtb street, Philadelphia, every Batu
from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Those who w
thorough examination willi the Bospirot
will bo charged $5. The Itespiroinctci
claren tho exact condition of the Iiiuka
patients eau readily learn whether the
curable or not.
Thu directions for taking thu medioine
adapted to thc intelligence eveu of a <
Follow these directions, and kind naturi
do the real, excepting that in some casi
Mandrake Pills aro lo bo taken in inor
doscB; the throe medicines need no otb
containments than the implo inetrui
that accompany thom: First create apr
Of returning health hunger 1B the mos
come symptom. When it comes, as i
como, lot the despairing at once bo of
cheer. Oood blood at OD co follows, the <
loosens, tho night sweat is abatod.
short time both of tbnso morbid sym
aro gone fore vcr.
Dr. Schonck's medicines aro constan tl
in tens of thousands of families. ' As a
live or purgative, the Mandrake Pille
standard preparation; while the Pul
Syrup, as a curer of coogha and colds, t
regarded as a prophyUctoric agaiusl
sumption in any of its forma.
Prion of the Pulruonio Gyrnp and St
Tonio, SI.fit) a bottle, or $7.50 a. half
Mandrake Pills, 25 cte. a box. For aah
druggists and dealers. JOHN F. HENI
8 C?llego Place, Now York, Wbolesalo A
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO JURY Cl
PIC ATES boudhlbv
Feb 5_P. QAMBBILLV Br
Tho coolest Lager In thc city can v:
- - COLUMBIA, 8 C., Jone 21,1871.
DR. E. W. WHEELER baa thia day given
to us, as Trustees for tho Ticket Holders, his
bond in tho penal eum of $40.000, secured by
mortgage oi tho real estate offered for raffle',
for a prompt and faithful distribution bf tho
prizes adversed as soon as the 2.000 tickets
aro sold. JOHN AGNEW,
Jonie 33 _ n: C. SHIVER.
. KUT1CE TU AOENTH
Co-Op?rative, Building ' Association.
ALL AgontH of tho above Association are
horeby requested io report on TUESDAY, tho
25th July, tu the Qcucral Agent, at Columbia,
the number of Tickcta remaining on hand.
AIBO, to remit all monoy recoivod by them, by
express, or registered letter. Tho General
Agent dceires theee returns to be made, in
ordor that he may fix upon a definite day for
tho drawing, of which duo notice will bc given
through tho paper? of tho State. All monoy
recoivod after tho Tickets aro sold, will bo
promptly returned to tho sonder. Ho would
adviao thone who havo not already supplied
thcmaclvca with Tickets, to do so at once.
Each elah of ten will bo entitled to ono extra
Ticket. DR. E. W. WHEELER,
General Agent, Box8S, Columbia, S. C.
?7* All papers publishing previous ad
vortiaomonl, will ploaso copy tho above ono
time. July 15 G
Oar Skins arc Selves, and through mil?
lions of orifices oozca tho transparent flnid
which nature docs not need for vital pur?
poses. Thia is a wisc provision of Provi?
dence, but execssivo pciBpiration is, never?
theless, extremely weakening. During thc
heats of euntmcr all hard-working men per
spiro to an extent that is moro or lesa debili?
tating. Thoy, of all cl&c??a of the commu?
nity, roquire a wholesome invigorant at this
Boasun. Lut them not Beck it in tho liquora
of tho bar-room; thoy will not find it there.
A medicated atimulant, puro and undented,
ia what they need; and. among this claBs of
remedies, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters stands
alono. No valid plea can be urgod against ita
use, oven by tho genius of Temperance itaolf;
fur even tho Maine law permits tho salo of
difiusive aliniuli for medicinal purposes. As
a general renovating preparation, the Bitlera
has no equal anywhere. But this ia only ono
of tho merits of thia famous invigorator. Ile
regulating properties give it an immense MI
periority ever all tho t?nica of tho Pharma?
copeia. In cases of chronio constipation, il
is the moat uaoful and certain of all aprri
onto. It creates no violent commotion in the
discharging organs, bnt, gently relieving
them of their obstructions, leaven them in a
healthy, vigorous condition. It noemi" unne?
cessary to state, in view of the masB of testi?
mony aa to its effects in dyspepsia, that it ia
a permanent cure for that terrible and but
too general complaint.
The numerous "Bittere," nuder variouB
?amen, which mercenary dealers endeavor tb
substituto for Hostetter'H 'Stomach Bitters,
should bo avoided, for their own sakes, by
the sick and the publio at large. Hostetter's
Bitters aro procurable in buttha only, and
novor sold in bulk. July lo \C,
Sgjjff How Lost! How Restored!
Sauf Just published, in a sealed enve
Bmw lope. Price, six eents.
ALECTURE on the Natural Treatmeut
and Radical Cure of Spermatnrrhca or
Seminal Weakncas, Involuntary Emissions.
Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta to Marri?
age gcucrally; Nervouanesa, Coiibiiinption,
Epilepsy and Fita; Mental and Fhytdcal Inca?
pacity, reuniting from Self-Abneo, Ac, by Ro
HKUT J. CuLVKnWELL, M. D., author of thc
"Green Book," Ac.
.?.A Boon to Thousand* of KniTrrn
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, tn any
address, postpaid, on receipt of six cerita, or
two puatago alampa, by CHAS. J. C. KLINE
137 Bowery, New York-P. O. Box, 4,?HO.
Jone 12 3ino
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
E38AYH FOR YOUNG MEN. on r?reat so?
cial evita and abuse?, which interfere
with MARIIIAOE, with t-nro means of relit I for
the erring and un fort una te, di team d and de?
bilitated. Hent in sealed lt-tter envelopes,
Tree of charge. Address HOWARD SANITA?
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 Sooth Ninth
etreet. Philadelphia, Pa. May 21 3ain _J
-I f\ RBLS. FRESH PEARL GRIST, j tut
JA" received and for salo low by
Juno 15 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Q ACHES ur LAND in B?in.v?.h,
O.vHJl./ uh the Edislo.
750 ACRES m Kt-rahaw-in lota tb ?nit.
Saw Mill un>l 2 000 urn H or Land in ..omis?
ton, on Nur i lr Edicto, I7,r0ll.
2,500i scre? Wat ? rec Bottom Land. $2 pr aero
2,600 aerea creek bottom and pine Land, ai
$2 per ?ett?. 1 lionne in thia city, $5,0u0.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, ni al ila
city-?8.500. Applj to JOHN RAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estnti Agent.
Boo*. 2fi_ Iv
R EYNOLD& I AI PR 0 VE MENT.
THOSE who have lnat several Natural
Teeth, and havo been adfiaed to part
with remaining uound one?, as the ural step I
towards obtaining artificial euhetitutea, are |
requcated, beforo submitting to a practice,
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince th em ucl ven of tts fallacy,
by looking cloeely into a matter of so uncir
The above improvement waB designed to re?
sist an deplorable a practice, and alter a tho?
rough tcbt ol moro tuan three years, in found
capable of accomplishing what no other ays
tern of Artificial Dentistry ba*horetoforedane.
It ia now possible to obtain partial cases,
which will ?ave for yoars Natural Teeth, and
bo at tho eamo timo roliablo in every reaped.
An invitation is horeby given to auch as
fool interested to call at our Operating
Rooina, and examine duplicate specimens of
ca?e? nowiu actual uso.
Nov Ot REYNOLDS Sc REYNOLDS.
A frosh supply of Bremcu Lager at POL?
FRENCH CASSIM ERE PANTS,
vi, FORMERLY $1G to $18, we |SS>55S>
\fff aro now making for $12 ami ^ffi^^ffi
$18, to oloB? ont oar lino of French Goods: -
Light Uassimere Surta at Cost.
Now ?a the timo t? order onr p?rfcct'nttiDg
SHIRTS, warranted to ploaso. . ,' ?
A'few Ladies' TRAVELING TRUNKS, at
coat. ! ' .. i. . > . : . .
ga- Call and aoouro BARGAINS at
Ju'yll R. A W. C. SWAPFIBLD'S.'
OFFICE OF CODNTT AnniTon, Rionxaxo Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 28. 1(371,
IN pursuance of an Act of tho flouerai As?
sembly, at its last session, my'office in Co?
lumbia will bo open on and after.tho* 1ST DAY
OF JULY next, to receive tho'returns'of Per?
sonal Proporty of the tax-payers of this Coun?
ty 'or tho year 1871.
Blanks eau he obtained at thin cilice. .
Tax-payers aro required to enter'on blanks
all trausfors or purchases of rear eatato, and
also all new buildings erected sinco 'last re?
Whero tax-payora neglect to make' their re?
turns, tho County Auditor ?B compelled, by
law, to charge thurn with the return of the
previous year and add fifty per .cent, thereto
as penalty. M. J. CALNAN, .
Juno 2'J ,_ Anditor Richland Connty.
SHIELDS fit GLAZE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Palmetto iron .Works, ..
MANUFACTURERS of STEAM ENGINES
and BOILERS, Kaw,* Grist and Cane
Mills, all sizea, all kinda of Agricultural lm
plemonta, House and Store"Fronts?!ron Rail?
ing, Iron and Braes Oaating^Shafting, Pul
loys aud Hangers made to order.' *?"
? J^T^Qrt il_
Manufacturers of U?LEY'S IMPROVED
LEVER COTTON PRESS, which'waB awarded ;
the first premium in North 'Carolina,' South i
Carolina,-Alabama 'and'.Louisiana laut fall -
We alao manufacture the - DIXIE SCREW
COTTON PRESS-a cheap abd durable ono.
Bend for circulara. .'.-. -.<
Orders'filled on short notice and on moat
reasonable terms. ' - : June 2-1 3mo
I Spring and Summer Clothing,
E. & W. C. 8 WAFFLE LD'8.
WE h av J the largest retail stock in the
Stato, and, anxious to reduce it, will
sell it at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Tho stock ia unbroken, and the beet stock
we have evor bandied.
New HAT8, of a desirable style, Just re?
This reduction will apply aleo to obr CUS?
TOM DEPARTMENT^_*L*yl6 _
New Books, bv Express.
PHYSICAL CAUSE OF THE DEATH OF
CHRIST, Ac, by Strond, aUd letter by
Sir James Simpson, M. D.
War an4 Cultnre. by Arthur Helps. $1.50.
Hngh Miller's Life and Letters, two vol?
umes, by Peter Bavne, with portrait. 14.
C?nifetianily aud PoaitiveiBm, by McCneh
People's Practical Poul tra Book, complete.
Why Did Ho Not Die? Worn the German, by
Ctdlirhoe, a Pomance, by Sand. $2
Climates for Invalida, by Li Bill. .$1 25.
Body and Mind, by Mandsley, London, tl.
The" Old Fashioned Boy, by Farqnarson.
Little Men, by author of Little Women.
Pike Connty Ballads, by John Hay. $1.50.
Mrs. Beaton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Mont complete work. Illustrated.
Also, some new Nov?la by good authors,
Ju.-t opened,at BRYAN A MoUARTER'B
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFOBM my friends and
ublio in general that I have
.list received sn entire new
dtock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks. Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges
Cartridges for ali kinds of Pistola, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct8_ P. W. KRAFT. Main stroet.
Dil" D. L. B00ZEH
WOULD respectfully inform
his palmus atid the public, ge?
nerally tim t hu bas moved into
his nsw office, over Duffie A Chapman's Rook
store, opporito tho Columbia Hotel, v.hero be
ia prepared to exceutc, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations ni;d work, of whatsoever kimi his pro
iv-KHion demands. Terms accommodating.'
JTH ^ , MRS. C. E. HfiED boga leave
flsKu^rv in'nrm tbs ladies in general
Wami kkB that she bas now ready a mil line
JB^MuH ?f tho latest and most fashionable
^?51S7at>lea of MILLINERY, Hair and
favS&ijrjP' Fancy Goods, at reduced nrici s.
*^*^VA1SO, fresh anpplies everv week,
'all and cae for vonnie!voa._j_May 4
Gan and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celebrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLA8TINQ POWDER, In kegs
and cannisters, is now offered to merchants
and consumers at tbs lowest market ratea, by
tho undersigned, who aro Bolo agents for the
manufacturera at thia place.
M ay 25_ JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives atrengtb ?nd improves
their boalth. March ll
STOCK?, BONI)? nntl COUPONS bought
_and aohl by I). OAMBR1LL. Broker.
A fino flummor tonic is Hattorfs Bittcra
eau tie had at POLLOCK'S.
. few?nty-Per "Ceiit. Below
.Hore than Extraordinary! . '
? ?- -
tho bulk of oar Bom-'
mor Stock of
Clothing and H atv
Wo hare determined'to',
give greater facilities'
?od larger induce-,
merits' to Indee desirous
ot purchasing the heat'
of Goude, by telling
tho lemaindcr of tror'
Block ut ; twenty par
cent. . bolow thc , coat,
-mark. '.. ?. '.
. W.o.Jticg to call thai
attention of tho public
to our-Htoek ofCOL?
LARS and CUFF^,.
which,* for quantity,
quality, style and -.v*??
iii Ibo Bl ate. tmbracipc
. U LOTH.-FACED j PA
ly adapted to thia ch?
?nate, doing away with
Ibo* flimsy material for?
merly, known1 as Papar
Collara. -Dp hotf?|l to,
dall earlv, to Le convinced of*"tho -abovefact?,'
at GOODMAN'S CLOTHING*J3AZAAB,'J
Jarte 28- Matu street.
AFEW reaaonB why they, should have the
preference over all'Ot nen:
. 1. ? Wheeler. & Wilson's Sowing ; Machino.- ia
mach simpler Gian any of tho . others; re-'
quiring lees than half .tho amount or ma-'
chinery. . . ' ' < . . " ' ' .
2..Aa the r.canlt of this simplicity, this ma
ohine is mach' ICBB Uablo thun tn o o thora to
get out of repair. t
3. Another reealt of this eimplicity Is
greater durability. , . . .
'4. Another result is lees friction, and, con-;,
seqnently, greater ease and rapidity bf nao-,
i.ion, with leas noise. ? . ' . .<?
5. And greatest of all, that it uses no Shut?
tle, and inakoo tho Io eli stitch. . *
. It ia the cheapest to.buy the best. Buy the'
machino that has Juatly, fairly and honora?
bly won t> r?putation and independence
against a strong and hitt or competition. For.
moro than t-only years baa Ibo Wheeler*
Wilson not only stood firet and foremost.'bat"
now Blands the um i vailed Sewing Machine af.
tho enlightened civilized world. Bay the ma?
chino that baa been thus teated and proved,
apd thou you are euro to.-put tho -beet. -Eo*.
sale on tho easiest poesible terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door bolow Dirnbir
office, Columbia,??. C.
J. S. PURSLEY, Agens.
A. WnrrE, General Southern Agent.
The Dexter Stahles.
TUE undersigned have ro
mored their Stables to the new
building, immediately South of
jTanney's Hall, and, with ? new
^ /stock or OARRLAOE8, BUG
GLUS ann fine JI?U?-EH, are prepared to au
uwer all calla that may bo mad? upon them.,
Horses bought and auld on commission.
Persona in want of good stock, are invited to
give as a call. Liberal advances made on
stock left for sole. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. Bote E.
C. H. PETO-sortx. _Jan M
MAY be obtained by calling at ISAAC
HULZBACHER'S and purchasing one
of thoce justly celebrated ELGIN
WATCHEM, and where yon oan Cut* a-,
complete stock of Diamonds. Jewelry,
Silver and Plateo* Vi aro. of l tie beet
'manufacture. In addition are Hut
United Staten, Waltham, English and Swim
Watches ip Gold and Hiver Case?, which will
bc closed ont at New York \ ricca.
Constantly 'on li.ind fine Gold Chains, Seal
Hil ga, Charms,Lockets, Slt-t va Hattons,Sebo,
and a varied stook of Paney Articles.
Ail kinda of Repairing dine promptlv, ana
warranted, by ISAAC HU LZ lt AC I! EB,
A pi il 27_Uuder Columbia Poiel.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Strait, near Main.
NOW on baud ?nd daily ro?
fe iving from the maiitifac
toriesof New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
largest assort ment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept tn this market, cornicing
ia part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Dis
lag-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads or different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; alto, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chiba.
All kinda of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dons ot
shortest notice and in the best manner.
TVrrns cash and Good? cheap. Oct 80
THE -eason is at hand when (he haman
family in more nfilleted than dining BUY
other part of tho jear. The sot 's raye 4K-ttag
upon tli>: decayed vegetable and animal mat?
ter, poison* the atmosphere, and producen
man;, disorders of the ?\.tU tu-Chilla slid Fe?
ver,* BiHoiiB Complaints, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, Cholera Morbo?, Cramps and Chebo, etc. '
Hence the system rt quires an invigorating
and tonic medicine, that will brace np its
shattered torera, and enable tb? organs to
perform their proper functions. For thia par?
p?se wu wouTd recommend the uso of IIEIN
ITHH'R QUEEN*8 DELIGHT.
For Dyspepsia arrd Weak Stomach.
For tho Liver sud Kidneys.
For Coughs and Boro Throat.
For tho Lungs and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and General Debility.
For loss of Appetite. For Sick Headache, *
For D i arr b caa and Dysentery.
For Fever and Ague. For Bilious Feres.
For Cholera Morbus and Cramps.
For Palpitation of the Hoart.
For Broken Down Nervons-System.
For Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
For Purifying the Blood.
HEINITSHNB OUEEN'H OEMOHT
The people approve of. and physloianB eane
tinn its nso, because it is a good medicine.
Take no other medicine. It is a spring invi
gorator. a snmmor tonio, a purifying beve
rago, admirably adapted to all condition?,
male and female-grown persons and chin
dren at this particular season. Bo sore and
call at Heiniteb's Drug Store and get a boltl
of his groat medicine,
Tropared only hy E. H. HEINITPH,
May HO Druggist and Chemist,