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BY J. A. SELBY; ~ C0?itfi??lA,o?. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15. 1871. YOL. VII-NO. 100.
F?ela? or IaKbpr for Women.
Any pian that prop o se^'tu'o^ m eli Ora?
tion of tho Booial oonditiori of that large
na mho r of women who arf? dependent
upon their own exertions, for support
muat challenge the sympathy of all gen?
erona minds, and of all who desire the
welfare of society. ' The present ago
seems to ba a favorito period for the eo?
lation of problems of sooial reform, and
those whioh concern women have occu?
pied special nt tont ion. Whilst the ques?
tion,ol admitting women to tho right of
anfJfrago is ono which a large majority
even of tho sex. would nob entertain, yet
no ono could reasonably oppose any ex?
pedient by whioh woman might be per?
mitted to compete with men. in such.
Enrsaits ,of industry as aro .adapted to
er character and capabilities, We soo
it stated by ? correspondent of "The
Golden Age" that there are quito a num?
ber, of women holding homesteads in
Kossuth County, Io wu, although they
are hot oil actual farmers. Ooo of thom,
however, is mentioned, who has twenty
six ucres in cul ti vat ion, "a neat -little,
honse built of pino lumber,'two cows
and several yoting cattle. Shebas taught
sohbol three or four mouths every sum?
mer and winter, to procure means with
whioh to improve lief acres, as she com?
menced with nothing. Next* sommer,
she says, she will devoto her entire en?
ergies to her farm and dairy. She. will
plant ? grove, a fruit gurdon, a Iorgo
garden of vegetables, and a good patch
of potatoes, doing most ' of. tho work
with her own hands. The" remainder of
the field she will rent. She came from
Maine, and finds the rough, dry winds
of the prairies mach better for weak
lungs than the heavy fogs of New Eqg
Another instance 1 is mentioned of a
young Welsh woman, Miss Owen Evans,
who applied at the office of the Clerk of
the United States District. Court in
liolcn?, Montano Territory, and declared
her d?sir? to take the necessary steps; to
become ' a citizen of the United States.
When the Clerk' satisfied himself, upon'
examination,''that she bad a right to be?
come a'citizen of the United States, she
received her certificate, and called upon
the Clerk to make out her declaratory
statement, under the ! pre-emption law,
for 160 acres of land, in Deer Lodge
Valley, the description of which she' fur?
nished. Tho statement was made ont
and forwarded,''and 'now stands on tho
records of the Land Office at Helena as
No. 1,000. This girl is building a hoase
on the farm thus cheaply acquired, and
is fencing it, and has ph it already no
inconsiderable amount bf. stock.
These are said not to be the only in?
stances of the kind in the Weat and
North-west. - It mast, however, be borne
in mind'that the fertile Wo s te rn prairies
(especially after having been once broken
np) do not require as laborious cultiva?
tion as Eastern Oelde, and hence might
be tilled by womed, though, at the same
time, a good deal' of hard work is re?
quired. On tho other hand,'women are
very generally engaged ' in Europe in
farm duties, and as to-tho mere shperix
tondonco of a farm, one of the most pro?
minent a^Eoglish Duchesses is probably
able at this moment to look after her
husband's estates, practically, as intelli?
gently as himself. There are, at all
events, some descriptions of agricultural
work, connected with vineyards, fruit?
growing, &o., whioh might be pursued,
by women, and, at the same time, be
more conducive to their comfort and
material advancement than menial labor.
But agriculture is not the only field not
occupied hy women in thiB country in
which their sex- is usefully-employed in
Europe, and might be so birre. There
are many trades, particularly the finer
mechanical pursuits, for which they are
quite as oompotent as men. Theodore
Tiltori bas diverged, lately into tho prac?
tical and really humane, ia a letter to the
St. Louis Labor Congress, in which,
after pointing-out the propriety of wo?
men entering into competition with mon
i in immy brunches of industry,*he earn?
estly addresses himself to the chivalry of
the working-men, and' adroitly and elo?
quently appeals to their generosity, as
ne iustances the supposed Want of em?
ployment of their own widows and
daughters, wives, and sisters. l?o thus
touches a chord to. which their own
hearts must respond. lu fact, not only
the working-men, bat every humane
man, who looks around him and seos the
multitudes of women wbo.lmve no earth?
ly protector; "who have-no other liveli?
hood than they can earn with their own
weary .hands, and who have no other
comforts than they can pnrohase with
their own meagre -wages," but must re?
joice at the opening of any _new sphere
where they can improve their condition,
or, at all events, lay a foundation for fu?
ture comfort and independence.
An aged colored man living near-Jack?
sonville, Fla,, killed his adopted daugh?
ter a few days ago by heating her brains
oat/ and attempted to kill a white man
who interfered. When arrested'ho said
"Jesus told him to kill the girl and any?
body else he should meet."
ALL persons are warned againet contract?
ing any debts in my name, unless hy
my written authority, as they will not bo paid.
AngustBC B. H. SPENCER.
m H. MONTEITH,
Auctioneer and Commissi on Merchant,
ASSEMBLY BTREET, NEAR MARKET. '
Aug 8_ " _
Wanted, by a Gentle nan
OF some bnsinoBB capacity, a position as
Corresponding Clerk foralm .mo SB houBO,
or Book-keepor for parties di thring mich a
man. Referencos furnished by application to
this offloo._Aug rf '
Old Government Java.
MATS GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE.
.10 bags ohoico Rio and Laguayra. For
Bale low- _E. HOPE.
Uhoice Family Flour.
?)AA RAERELH strictly ohoico. For sale
Sjp? !p X<BtX IST otioeB -
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE,
BY J. II. SCIIENCK, BI. D.
MANY a human being baa .pasted away,
for whoso death thero wus no other rea?
son than the neglect of known and indtspntr
ably proven means of euro. Those near and
doar to family and friondB are Bleeping tho
dreamless slumber Into which, had they calm?
OR. JOSEPH II. ?CIIENCK'S
And availed themselves of his wonderful effi
ca?ious medicines, thoy would not have fallon.
Dr. Sohonck bas, in bia own case, provod
that Wherever sufficient vitality remains, that
vitality, by his medicines and bia directions
for their uso, is quickened into healthful
, in this statement there in nothing presump?
tuous. To the faith of tho invalid is made no
representation that ls not a thousand times
substantiated by living and vb-ible workB.
Tho theory of tho cure by Dr. Heh cock's me?
dicine ia as simple as it is unfailing. Its phi?
losophy requires no argument. It is sell-as
Tho Seaweed Tonio and Mandrake Pill* aro
the Qrst two weapons with whi"h the e.tadol
of tho malady is assailed. Two-thirds ot luo
caeot) of consumption originate in dyspepsia
and a functionally disordered liver, with this
condition tho bronchial tubes "sympathize-"
with tho stomach. Tin y respond to the m?r?
bido action of the liver. Hero, then, comes
the culminating result, and tho setting in,
With all itu distressing ey inp toms, of
The Mandrake PillB are composed of one of
I nature's noblest gifts-tho Podophillnm Pel
tatum. They possess all tho blood-search?
ing, alterative properties of calomel; but, un?
like calomel, they
"LEAVE NO STING BEHIND."
The work of euro is noir beginning. The
vitiated and mucous deposits in the bowels
and in the alimentary canal are ejected. The
liver, like; a clock, is wcqnd up. It arousec
from ita torpidity. The stomach acts respon?
sively, and the patient begins to feel that he
1B getting, at last,
A SUPPLY OP GOOD BLOOD.
The Seaweed Tonio.' in conjunction with tbi
.-Pills, permeates and as? neila ten with thc food
Ohyllnoation is now progressing without iti
privions tortures. Digestion becomes pain
lena, and tho cure is soon to be at hand
There ia no moro liatulence, no cxacerbatioi
of th? stomach, An appetite sots in.
'Now comos tire greatest Blood Purifier eve
yet given byan, indulgent father to sufferin]
man. Schenbk's Pulmonio Syrup comes in ti
perform its functions and to hasten and com
pinto tho cure. It enters at once upon it
work. . Nature cannot be cheated. It collect
andripenB the impaired and diseased portion
of the lunga. In the form, df gatherings, i
prepares them for expectoration, and lol in
very short lim?, the malady Ts vanquished
the rotten throne that itoccupiod is renovate
and made new, and tho patient, in all tho dig
?ity of regained 'vigor, steps forth to enjo
tho manhood or the womanhood that was
GIVEN UP AS* LOST.
' Thc second thing is, tho patients mnet sta
in a warm room until they get well; it is a
moaWimpossible to prevent taking cold whe
the lungs are diseased, but it must be pr?
vented, or a euro cannot bo effected. Fres
air and riding out, especially in this Sectio
of the country in the fall and winter eoasoi
are all wrong. Physicians who recomnien
that course lose their patients, if their lu nj
are badly diseased, und yet, because they ai
in tho house, tbey must not sit down quio
they must walk about tho room as muon ar
as fast as the strength will bear, to get up
gpod. circulation of blood. The pat icu
must k'eop in good spirits-bo determined I
get well." This has a groat deal to do with tl
appetito, and ie tho groat point to gain.
To despair of caro aftorsuch evidence of i
possibility in tho worst cases, and moral ce
tainty in all others, is sinful. Dr. ScboucL
personal statement to tho Faculty of his or
oure waB in these modest wordB: *
. "Many years ago 1 was in tho last stages
consumption; confined lo my bed, and at 01
time my physicians thought that I could n
live a week; then, like a drowning man cate
! ing at straws, I heard of and obtained tl
preparations which I now offer to tho pub!
and they made, a perfect euro of mo.
seemed to me that I could fcol them pehetrt
my- whole system. Thoy eotm ripened t
matter in my lungs, and I would spit up mc
than a pint of offensive yellow matter eve
morning fora long time.
?"As soon as that began to subside, i
cough, fever, pain and night'sweat H all bog
to leave mo, and aiy appetite became sn gr<
I that it was with difficulty that I could kc
from eating too much. I soon gained streng
and have grown in ilesh evor since.
..I was woighed shortly after my recover
'addedthe Doctor, "then looking like a m
skeleton; my woight was only ninoty-se^
pounds; my present woight ia two bund:
and twenty-five  pounds, and for year
have enjoyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. Suhenck has discontinued his prol
eional visits to New York and Heston. He
his son, Dr. J. H. Schenck, Jr., still contii
to seo pationts at their ellice, No. 15 No
'Sixth street, Philadelphia, overy Katun
from 0 A. M. to 3 P. M. Thoso who wis
thorough examination with tho Itespirnmi
will be charged 13. The Hespirometer
clares the exact condition of tho lungs, ;
patients can readily leen: whether thoy
curable or not.
The directions for taking tho medicines
adapted to the Intelligence even nf a cb
Follow those directions, and kind natnre
do tho rest, excepting that in sumo canes
Mandrake Pills aro to bo takon in inoret
doses; the three medicines nood no othei
oompaniments than the ample instruct
that accompany them: First croate appe
Of returning health hunger is the mont
como symptom. When it comes, as it
come, let tho dnspaiiing at onoo bo of ?j
cheor. Oood blood at ouco follows, tho cc
loosens, tho night sweat is abated. ]
ohort timo both of .these morbid ay nipt
are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines arc constantly
in tons of thouBsnds of families. Aa a I
tive or purgative, tho Mandrake Pillas
standard preparation; while tho Pnlm
by rup, as a ourcr of coughs and colds, mi
regarded as a prophylactorio against
sumption in any of its forms.
Price of Ibo Pulmonio Syrup and Soa
Tonio, $1.50 a bnttlo, or $7.50 a half dc
Mandrake Pills, 25 cts. a box. For sale I
druggists and dealers. JOHN F. HENRI!
8 College Plaoo, Now York, Wholesale Ag
SPECIAL. ATTENTION given to th
lection of Commercial Taper, Int
on State and Ilailroa*d bonds and Stocke
Conversion of atato Securities, by
Nov 23 fimo F PAM HUI LL. Br?l
Blackwells genuino Durham Smokin
bau.o at POLLOCK'S. .
MEDICAL MISTAKES.-?l took tho fa?
culty about a thousand years to discover thal
tho best way to euro disenso was not to len?
der tho patient too woak to conten J with it.
Within tho last twenty years, however, tho
whole system of medical practice has been
ohangod for tho butter. In diseases or com
.plaints caused by excessive boat, for instauco,
the doctors no longer recommend tho reduc?
tion of tho invalid'? strength by prostrating
medidnos. Tho vast success which bas at?
tended the uae of HOSTETTEIVS STOMACH*
BITTERS as a remedy for debility, bas given
oven tho most prejudiced members of tho old
school an hieight into tbo only trno and
rational theory of euro. Gantharides, calo?
mel and overpowering doses of opium, aro
now among the obaoleto.nostrums of another
age. Tho lancet, onco aa much tho legiti?
mate wcappn of tho physician an tho sword ia
of the soldier, is seldom drawn from its cane.
The principle of life is no longer drained
from tbs voius by tho quart, and wator-gruol
for thu strenRthlcsB invalid baa ceased to bo
considered an appropriate diet. Vigor is the
motto of tho rational members of tho profes?
sion, and they understand, at lnnt, tho value
of a Btorling vcgotablo tonic So, also, with
tho people at largo; and without consulting
medical men at all, they have adopted tho
bitters as a household renudy, thereby econo?
mising both cash and health.
Note tho fact, that Hoatettor's Stomach
Bitters is sold in bottles only, never in bulk,
and that tho abortions spriuging up in vari?
ous parts ot the country, and sometimes
offered as substituto? for tho great national
specific, are all utterly worthless.
August ll_ +3
How Lost! How Beato red!
Just published, in a sealed enve?
lope. Price, six eents.
ALECTURE on tho Natural Treatmont
and Radioal Cure of Spermatorrbea or
Sbuiinal 'Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, and ImpodinicntB to Marri?
age generally; Nervousness, Consumption,
Epilepsy and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, Ac, by Bo
BEHT J. CULVEUWELL, M. D., author of tho
"Greon Book," Ac.
?A Boon to Thousands of Bufferers."
Bent under seal, in a plain cnvelopo, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cent e. or
two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. G. KLINE
127 Hov* cry, New York-P. O. I'M, ?,58G.
. Jone 12_*_ 3mo
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN. on great no?
dal evils and abusos, which interioro
with M Anni AUK, with sure meanc of relief for
tho erring and unfortunate, diseased and de?
bilitated. Sent In - sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Address HOWARD SAN ITA-.
RY AID ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth
street. Philadelphia. Pa._May 21_8mo
. Moat Useful Invention ol thc Agc!
THE FAN AND FLY DRIVER!
INVENTED BY F. Af. HUNT.
PATENTED MARCH 21, 1871.
THIS Machine, which is now offered for
eulo, surpaBUOB any of ita age. It is use?
ful, cheap and durable Any boy or girl can
operate with it. For tho table, it bas not an
equal. For tho sick room, it stands unrival?
ed'. For tho nursing mother, its intrinsic
value is inestimable; au it fans to rust the
little dallinga, and keeps them freed from
troublo. No family should bo without one.
As a labor-saving Machine, it saves tho biro
of ono Bcrvant. Aa an investment, there is
nothing over offered to tho public in which au
activo, onergctic man can make more monov
at. It is tho Machine for tho times. $1,000,000
worth will bo sold. Any man with oidiuary
energy can make from $15 to $100 per week,
clear of all expenses. Can be seen at I.
Sulzbachcr'u Jewelry Store."
Agent for Richland County,
July 28 _P. O. Address, Columbia.
Thom well's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. TbornweH's por?
trait, i l per volume.
Memories of Tat moa. By MacDnff. $2.
Tho Conservative Reformation and its The?
ology. By Kev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. $5.
Tho Unseen World. Bv Rev. Dr. Stork, tl.
Tink and Wliito Tyranny. By Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Stowe $1.50.
Her Lord and Master. By Florence Mary
att. 50 cents.
Won, not Wooed. By tho author of Bred iu
the Bono, Ac 50 cunts.
Terrible Temptation. By Charles, Reade.
Uniform edition of Graco Aguilor'a Works,
such as Mother's Recompense, Yulo of Cedars,
?.c., at $1 por volume.
Tho above books sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt of prico
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Angnst 1 Booksellers.
New Books, bv Express.
PHYSICAL CAUSE OF THE DEATH OF
CHRIST, Ac, by Stroud, and lotter by
Sir James Simpson, M. D.
War and Onlture, by Arthur Ilelpa. $1.50.
Hugh Miller's Lifo and Letters, two vol?
umes, by Peter Bayuo, with portrait, M.
Christianity and Positiveism. by" McCouh..
Tooplo's Practical Poultry Book, complote.
Why Did Ho Not Die? From thc German, by
Mrs. Wist ar.
Callirkoo, a Romance, by Sand. $2.
Climates for Invalids, by L. Bill. $1 25.
Body and Mind, by Mandsley, London. $1.
The Old Fashioned Boy, by Farquarson.
Little Men, by author of Littlo Women.
Pike County Ballads, by John Hay. $1.50.
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Most complete work. Illustrated.
Also, Homo now Novels bv gond authors,
Justoponod.at BRYAN A McUARTER'S
Juno 13 Bookstore
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warranted to bo so. March ll
Health-of Horses, Mules, Cows.
SICKNESS and doatb of stook is ono of the
greatestdiscourag".iiouts of tho farmer.
Tho causo of their death may bo boyond our
control, but very many cases, indeed, niuo
cases out of ton, tho disoaso may bo traced
to Indigestion, Derangement of tho Bowols,
Dobilitv. Where this is tho caso, wo always
havo a romody at hand: HEINITSH'S GER
M*N HORSE POWDER. With this groat
liorso medicino you aro protected from loss.
For Weakness, Indigestion, Ovor-worked
Horses, no bettor preventivo medicino can bo
gi von. .Try it. For salo only by
E. H. HKINIT8II,
Jul>7 Whi ' jsaloaad Rotail Druggist.
CHILDS & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S . C.
WE have marked down all of our largo
Btuckof UEADY-MA.DE CLOTHING to
auch low Meuron that tho prico COUIGB within
roach of ali that wlah a good Utting garment,
mado in tho latest style and by tho beat raak
ora in Now York. Wo aro tho only house that
Bell All Linen Drawers at fl.GO. We aro tho
only house that bavo tho imported See-Sucker
Calcutta Suit?, wariautcd genuino. An in?
spection of our largo stock will Bottle tho
mind of any ono that money is mado by buy?
ing from us. Thirty-two inch Sole Leather
Trunks, only a fow left, at 120._Jnno 28
The Dexter Stahles.
??\ THE undersigned bavo re
?&Tj(. moved their Stables to tho now
ff?!aVy^a building, immediately South of
'CmA^^kyfe'Ianney'u Hall, and, with a new
"W^S^Tatock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ano fine HORSES, aro prepared to an?
swer all calls that may bo mado upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Poraons in want of good stock, arc invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances ' mado on
stock loft for sale. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
'C. H. PETTIxoiEn. _Jan 24
MAY bo obtained by calling at ISAAC
I jSroUULZBACHER'S and purchasing one
?yWBof tboso justly celebrated ELGIN
?5j?3| WATCHES, and whore you can thu' a
T^~MH completo stock of Diamonds, Jewclrj,
II .jjSilver and Plated Ware, of the best
? ^manufacture In addition are the
Butted t?t at es. Waltham, English and Swiss
Watches in Gold and Silver Cases, which will
bo closed out at New York prices.
Constantly on hand Uno Gold Chains, Seal
Rings, Charms, Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Sets,
and a varied stock of Fancy Articles.
All kinds of Repairing done promptly, and
warranted, by ISAAC S?LZBAOHER,
April 27_Under Columbia Botel.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
tgSJ2r35|h WOULD respectfully inform
?ffiWa?saB?yh?8 patrons and tho public ge
^*~U-IXT norally that be baa moved into
bis now office, over Duffie A Chapman's Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where ho
is prepared to execute, satiafactorily, all op??
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bis pro?
fession demanda. Terms accommodating.
Livery and Sale Stables.
duoted by Agnov A Co., at tho old stands of
tho late firm. His Omnibuses and Carriages
will convey passengers to and from tho Rail?
road Dept? to the.Columbia Hotel, the Nick
arson House, or any part of tho city, no wijl
also furnish Horses,-Buggies, Carriages, Ac,
Tor biro on reasonablo lei ms, and solicits tho
patronage of tho fiienda of the lato firm.
Juno 28_OWEN DALY.
G E O E GET U P P E E,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
OFFICE over W. C. Fisher's Drug Store,
ippnsiln Columbia notel, Main street. May 2
1 /"\ BBLS. FRESH PEARL 0HIST, just
JL\J received and for sale low bv
June 13 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
IAAA POUNDS Fulton Market BACON
.Ul. f\} STRIPS, for salo low
August 8_ _E. nOPK;
.. . FrtESH
For sale by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
_Jiily 20 3mo_Opposite Columbia Hotel.
i/\ BARRELS PEARL GRIST,
IA/ 5 barrels Pearl liomin v, for sale bj
July 12 " E. HOPE.
ICE COLD SOD A WATER with
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS, can be
obtained at MCKENZIE'S SA?
LOON. Try it.
BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS.
July_27_ E. MOPE.; ;
'Diamond' and 'Orange' Brand Hams.
?fl f^V TIERCES of these "incomparables"
1U just to baud ami for salo by
Juno 17_?KO. SYMMJ?BS.
Native and Foreign Wines.
8C?PPEIINONG, Concord, Santorns, Cla?
ret, Cliampagnes, just received and Tor
sale low, by ___E. HOPE.
GUNPOWDER, Hyson,Oolong and English
T Breakfast TEAS. Tho choicest imported
for salo loju_E. HOPE.
PURE LEAF LARD-"guarantied strictly
pure"-in barrels, hall barrels, kegs and
3, 5 and 10 caddios, for salo at reduced prices,
by JOHN AOKKW A SON.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't, contain Cococulua Indiens Fie
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
4 f\ TONS COTTON SEED M KAI,. Excel
4:U_lont tor manure KOWARI) HOPE.
The only lino Playing Cards at PoLLOCK't-j
FRENCH CASS11IEB? PASTS,
^a? FORMERLY.tic to? $18. we*Egjg[55?
(fff aro DOW making for $12 ?nilJpftU'?? v\
$13, to closo oat oar lino of French Gooda.
Light Gassimere Snits at Cost.
Now ia tho time to order onr perfect fitting
SHIRTS, warranted to please.
A few Ladies' TRAVELING TRUNKS, at
JOST Oall and eoe uro BARGAINS at
Ju'y ll R. A W; C. SWAFFIELD'S.
SHIELDS & GXAZE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Palmetto Iron Works,
MANUFACTURERS of STEAM ENGINES
and BOILERS, Baw, Gnat and Cane
Mills, all sizes, all kiudB of Agricultural Im
pl?mente, House and Store fronts. Iron Rail?
ing, Iron a(nd Brass Casting; Shafting, Pul?
leys and Hangers made to order.
Mannfaoturors ot UTLEY'S IMPROVED
LEVER COTTON PRESS, which was awarded
the first premium in North Carolina, South
Carolina, Alabama and Louisiana last fall
We also manufacturo tho DIXIE SCREW
COTTON PRESS-a cheap and durable one.
Send for circulars.
Orders filled on short notice and on most
reasonable termB. Jane 24 9mo
Spring and Summer Clothing,
* R. & W. C. SWAFFLELIVS.
WE hava the largest retail stock in the
State, and, anxious ?o reduce it, will
sell it at GREATLY RED IKED PRICES.
Tne'stock is unbroken, and the bBBt stock
we have ever handled.
Now HATS, of a desirable stylo, JuBt re?
This r?duction will apply also to our CUS-1
TOM DEPARTMENT._May 16
W AT PH
H3 E. E. JACKSON'S, Pj ?
H IV PH
3?ir\(\ ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
. Ov/VJ ontboEdisto.
750- ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to auit.
Saw Mill and 2 OOO acres of Laud in lexing?
ton, on North Ediato, $7,000.
2,500 acres Wai cree Bottom Land, $2 pr acre
2,500 acres creek bottom and pino Land, at
$2 per acre. 1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
oits-$8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Roal Estate Agent.
See*. 25 . ly
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health. March ll
Pickled Tongues, Beef, &c.
JUST opened, choice Fulton Market BEEF,
Choice Pickled Tongues,
Choice Sugar-Cured Hams, ' .
Choice Sugar Cured Strips,
Choice No. 1 Mackerel.
Fvr ?ale low by JOHN. AGNEW A SON
CASES for salo low by
Juno 17 . GEO. 8YMMERS.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
1 INFORM my friends and
?ublie in general that I have
ast received an entifo new
Fntock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Poaches,
Pistol-Pelts, Cues Buck-Shot^ Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powdor
REPAIRING done ut short notice
Oct 8_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
M. H\ BERRY'S
Hain Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from tho manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
_ largest assortment of FUR
MTURE ever kept in thia market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Gooda ohenp. Oct-80
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, 2V. C.
SOLICIT orders Tor COTTON, Corn, Flour,
bacon, "Lard, Ao., and Family- Groceries
L'onorally. Ordora Ulled carefully und prompt?
ly._;_Feb 7 ly?,
CBOUNTY CLAIMS ANO JURY CKtlTI*
j KICATK? bought bv -
Fob 5_D. O?MPRILL.-Broker.
A lino Bummer tortiic is Hattorfs Bitters
can bo had atTOLLOCK'S.
By authority of a special lot of th? Logiala
turo of Kcutncky, of Marob 18, 1871.
tho Truatoes of the.Pnbllc Li?
brary of Ken lucky
will give a
Grand Gift Concert,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.,
ON TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1871,
U.??DER tho direction of tho best Musical
Talent that can ho procured. TlcUec?
of AdmlHBlnii 810 ?non. Currency; 11 uIf
Tlcki'iH S ' 00; Q,anrfei* Tickets $X GO.
Each ticket will havo attached lo it four
coupons, of tho denomination of I2-.60 each.
TbeJioldcr of an entiro ticket will be entitled
to admission to tho Concert and to tho wholo
amount of the gift awarded to it by lot. The
holder of each ooupon will be entitled to ad?
mirion to tho Concert and to one-fourth tho
amount ot such gift aa may bo awarded to
tho whole ticket lo which it.belongs.
To provide fonda for thia Grand Concert,
I and for tho benefit of tho Publie Library of
1 Kentucky, 100,000 tickets will bo sold at $10
I each, currency. Tho Citizens' Bank of Ken?
tucky ls Treasurer. . *
All monoysi arising from tho sale pf tickets
will bo deposited with tho Citizens' Bank,
subject only to tho ordefeof the President and
Treaenror of tho Library'.'.countersigned by
the Business Manager.
Immediately after tho-Concert, thc sum of
$550,000 in greenbacks will be distributed by
lot to tue holdere of ticketB in the following
ONE G BAND GIFT OF $100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT OF . 60,000
One girt of $25.000 Ono gift of ?1,000
Ono gift of 20,KW One gift of 10.000
Ono gift of IB 000 Ono gift of 9,000
Ono gift or 18,000 One gift of 8.000
Ono gift of 17,000 Ono gilt of 7.000
One gift of 16.000 One gift of 0,000
One girt of 15 000 One gift of 5.OOO
Ono gift of 14 000 Ono gift of 4.000
Ono gift of 13 OOO Ono gift of 8,000
One gift of 12,000 One gift of 2 010
Ten gifts, of $L000 each, 10.000
Fifteen gifts, of $000 each, 13,500
Eighteen gifts,, of $800 each, 14 400
Twenty girts, of $700 each, 14 000
Twenty-fivo gifts, or $600 each, 15.000
Thirty gifts, of $500.each, 15,000
Forty gifts, of $400 each, 10 060
Forty-five gifts, of $800 caoh, - J S 500
Filty gifts, or $200 each, 10.000
446 Gifts, of $100 each, . 44 000
' 721 Prises in all, $550.000
? After paying the expenses of (be enterprise
and making the distribution of tho gifts^the
balance of the proceeds arising from tige aale
of tickets will be approp'rlated to the establish?
ment or a FREE LIBRARY in Louisville, to
bo called tho - .
Public Library of Kentncky.
Tho Concert and Distribution will take
placo under the immediate supervision of the
Trustees na mod in the Act of Incorporation,
who are aa follows:
Thos. F. Bramlet,*' lalo Governor. dT Ken?
Henry-Waterson, Editor Courier-Journal:
W. N. H sideman, President Courier-Jour?
nal Co. ? .
Pe nj ami n Casseday, of Daily .Commercial.
George P. Doom, Proprietor Anzeiger.
H. M. McCarty, of the Daily Ledger. .
J. 8. Cain, Clerk Jefferson Court ol Common
M. W. Clusky, author Political Text Book.
R. T. Durett, of the Louisville Bar.
Tho Trustees will be assisted by the follow?
ing woR known and eminent citizens of Ken?
tucky, who have consented to be present at
tho concert and to superintend tho drawing
and distribution or gifts: .*.
Hon. J.oehua F. BuUitt, lato Chief Juetice
Hon. H. J. 8ilea, Judge Jefferson Court
Hon. T. B. Cochrane, Chancellor Louisville
Hon. H. W. Bruce, Judge Jefferson Circuit
Hon. W. B. Hoke, Jinbro JefiorBon County
Hon. J. B. Baxter, M?vor of Lou ie,ville.
Hon. T. L. Burrett. City Attorney.
Henry Wolford. City Treasurer Louisville.
Hon. B. J. Wobb, Kenator.of Kentuckv.
Col. G. C. Wharton, United States District
Col. Phil. Lee, Prosecuting attorney Ninth
Judicial District. . " .
Geu. J. T. Boyle, President N., H. and E.
Dr. T.- S. Bell, Professor Medical Univer?
Colonel Jileou P. Johnson, Proprietor Galt
lion. J. Proctor Knott, hito Member to Con?
'A. O. Brannin, President Louisville" Board
James Bridgeford, President Second Na?
Andrew Graham, Tobucco aud Cotton Mer?
Officer? af Hie Public Library of Kcn<
H. T. DURETT. PrenhU-nt.
W. N. HALDKMAN, vice-President. -
M. W. CLUSKY, Secretary.
OPITZENS' BANK, Treasurer.
The holders of tickets to whieli gifts ar?
awarded will bo paid on presentation at tb
o?ico in Louisville.
A liboral discount will ho allowed when 100
500 or 1,000 tickets are purchased in a lot
All ordors accompanied by remittances *wil
bo promptly attended to, and the tickets rc
turned by mail registered or expressed, a
ordered. The undersigned, late ptincips
business manager of fho very- successft
Mercan t ile Library Gift Concert at San Frat
eisen, has been appointed agent and manage
of tho Gift Concert in aid of the Publie L
brary of Kentucky.
Tho drawing will take plano in oublie, an
everything will bo done to satisfy buyers c
tickots that their interests will be as well pr<
tooted aa if they poraonnlly ouperinteudc
tho entire affair.
Manner of Drawing.
Thcro will ho two glass wheel?. One who
will contain 100,000 numbers, plainly print?
on leather tags. Tho other wheol will co
tain 721 boxee, each containing a gift. Ol
tag or number will bo drawn from the 100,1"
wheel, and tho first box drawn'from tl
second, or 721 box wheel, will contain ? gi
neatly printed and soaled up, and tho pitt
drawn fi om tho accond wheel will be the g
of tho tag first drawn, whether $100, $1,000,
Gifts will bo paid on presentation of tick?
drawing such gifts, tho second day ail
drawing. Tickets or coupons drawing gi
can bo oolleote"d through any busings
banking house in Louisville, or by anyexpn
All tickets aro like greenb&o&s. No rece
boing kopt of purchaser's names, tickets i
good only to tho holder.
Porno nh desirous of actlsg-*es agents
the Balo of tickets id any city in tho Unit
States Or Canadas, address
(J HAS. n. PETERS,
Manager, Louisville. Ky., offlco 120 M
street, Johnson's Block.
N. B.-Buyers will note that there aro o
100.00O tickets, Instead nf 200,000. as in
Han Francisco Gift Concert, and that then
$50.000 moro diatribntoth_Ang. 6 lui?
ThobeBt placo to got a cool sommer di
la at POLLOCK'S.