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THE DAILY jj^'l'll'^NI\.
"Let our Just Censure Attend the True Event."
S BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 22, 1871. YOL. VII-NO. 159.
For the Commercial Convention.
OH AB., GOL. A AUGUSTA B. B. CO..
GENERAL FBEIOQT AND TIOKET DEF T,
COLUMBIA, 8. G., September 18,1871.
DELEGATES to the "Commercial Conven- 1
tion," to be held at Baltimore, on tho
25th instant, will bo transported over this
road at one fare for the round trip. They
will pay foll fare at starting point, and bo re?
turned free, on presentation of certif?calo,
signed by tho Secretary of tho Convention,
that holders were in aotual attendance as
dologatoB. E. B. DORSEY,
Sept 10 7_Qoneral Tioket Agent.
Change of Schedule,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 9, 1H71.
and after Sunday, 11th instant:
MAIL AND PASSENGER THAIN".
Leave Oolnmbia at.7.10 am
Arrive at Obarleaton at.8.20 p m
Leave Oharleatonat.8.20 a m
A rrive at Oolnmbia at.8.40 p m
NIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
TEAIN. [Sundayc excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.6.45 am
Leave Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.COO a rn
Camdon Accommodation Train will con
tinno to run to Columbia as formerly--Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TXLER, Vioo-PrcBident.
S. B. PIOKINB, Goneral Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, B. G., Manen 1,1871.
SfiSHHaa?.1! "tue Si?
schedule will be ron daily, Sundavs oxcopted,
connecting with Night Trains on'South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Ch'arlotto, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Loavo Columbia at.7.00 a.m.
" Alston.9.10 a. m.
" Newberry.11.15 a.m.
" Coko H bury. 8.00 p.m.
" Bolton.6.00!p. m.
Arrive at Greenville.6.30 p.m.
Leave Greenville at.6.15 a. ra.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
.1 GokcBbury.10.07 a. m.
?. . Abbevillo.8.15 a. m.
" Newberry.1.50 p.m.
" Alaton.4.05 p.m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p.m.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sup.
M. T. BABTLETT, Genoral Tickot Agent.
Change of Schedule.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA R. R. Co.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., AUGUST 6.1871.
MMhaBaMCW?Sfollowing schedule will
be run by trains on this road:
DAT EXPBE8S TRAIN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot] a.50 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville... ..'.12.20 P. M.
Lesve Kingsville. 9.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence.. 12 03 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5.30 P. M.
NIOHT EXPRESS TBAIN, [DAILY,] SUNDAY EX?
Leave Wilmington. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Florence. 1.34 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville. 8.45 A. M.
Loavo Kingsville. 8.45 P. M.
Arrive at Florones. 11.05 P.M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5.60 A. M.
. Aug 9 JOHN O. WINDER, Gon'l Bup't.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4, 1871.
KS?f^^dlW?a ON and after MUNDA!
jmgjggEjggnoxt, 6th inst., the follow
lng schedule will bo run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Loave Augusta.3.25 A. M. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P.M. 5.20 A.M.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Colombia.1.67 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrivo Augnata.0.50 P. M. 7.30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Both trains make close con?
nection to all points North, South and Wost.
No. 1 Train makes close connection at Bich'
mond for Virginia Springs.
Through tiokets sold and baggogo checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash?
ington City time, 16 minutes fastor than this
City. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CABOT .TN A R. Ti, CQr.
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Juno 3.1871.
be run ovor thin Road in accordance with the
following TIME TABLE.
Traine Going K?st. Trains West.
ARRIVE, LEAVE. AnmvE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5.35 a m 3.10 p m
8alisbnry8.03am 8.23am 5.26 p m 5.30 pm
Gr'nab'oll.08amll.l.'l am 8.25 pm 8.35 pm
Co 8hopl2.40 p m 1.05 p m 9.66 p m 10.16 p m
Hillsb'ro 2.28 p m 2.83 p m 11.35 p m 11.37 p m
Raleigh 6.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a m
Goldsboro 7-20 a m
Trains Going Eaat. Trains West.
Oharlotto7.16 a m 8.00 p m
Salisb'ry 4.32a ni 4.37am 5.15 p m 5.20 p m
Gr'nab'o 1.25 a m 1.35 am 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
Co Shop 11.87pm 12.02 am 12.30 pm 12 50 pm
HillBbrol0.07pml0.09am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Raleigh 6.58 p m 7.40 a ni 8.45 a ni
Goldsb'o 3.00 pm
Jane 6_W. H. GREEN, Maa. Trana.
Schedule on Slue Ridge Railroad.
i muiimmn Leave Anderson.6.00 P. M.
gi?p&igy .< Pendleton.7.00 "
g^-~a .? Perryville.7.45
Arrive at Walhalla..8.30 ??
Leave Walhalla.8.45 A. M
?? Perryville....4.30 ?.
" Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrivo at Anderson.6.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of ap train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup,
Summer Schedule S. & TJ. R. R.,
To Commence 2Qth May, 1871.
OsmiWm DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
S?B=SH8 Arrive. Loavo. Arrivo. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 6.80 - 6.25
Batoaville. 6.00 6.00 4.63 4.53
Pacolet. 6.08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.05 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.60 3.05 3.25
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2 80 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2.10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 0.20 1.85 1.40
LylBB' Ford... 9.40 9.45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10.05 10.10 12.60 12.55
May 24 THOB. B. JETER, President.
?O FIRIS VBED IN WAHIII?O.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
soft, hard or salt. It remo vos groase,
oil and paint from garments. It washes all
kinds of goods-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen,
It cloanBOB silver, plated ware and j o wei ry
without scratching. If tho articles are much
tarnished, rob them with a piece of flannel
which has plenty of the Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will save its oost in ono washing. For salo,
in boxes of thirty-Bix bars, by
April 9 Agent foT Bonth Carolina.
TOCKS, BONDS ?nd COUPONS bought
and sold by J>. G AM BRI LL, Broker.
Spec i?i]L^?rc>1; ?o o ? .
TILE CAUSE AND UUKK" OP CON
SUMPTtON.^Tho primary causo of Con?
sumption ia derangement of tho digestivo or?
gans. This derangement products deficient
nutrition and assimilation. By assimilation
I moan tbat process Ly which tho nutriment of
tho food ia converted into blood, and thence
into tho solida of tho body, Persons with
digestion thuB impaired, having tho slight?
est pro-disposition to pulmonary distase,
or if they take cold, will bo vory liable to havo
Consumption of tho Lungs in uorao of its
forms; and I hold that it will ho impossible
to cure any caso of Consumption without first
rostoring a good digestion and healthy assimi?
lation. Tho very first thing to bo dono is to
cleanse tho stomach and bowels from all dis?
eased mucus and slime, which is clogging
theso organs so that they cannot perform
their functions, and then rouse up and reatoro
tho liver to a healthy action, lor this pur?
pose tho Burcat and beat remedy is Bchenck's
Mandrake Pills. Theso Bills clean tho sto?
mach and bowels of all tho dead and morbid
slime that is causing disease and decay in the
whole system. They will clear out tho liver
of all diseased hilo that has accumulated
there, and rouso it up to a new and healthy
action, by which natural and healthy bile is
Tho stomach, bowels and liver aro tillie
cleansed by tho uso of Bchenck's Mandrake
Pills; but there remains in tho stomach au
excess of acid, tho organ is torpid and tho
apetito poor. In tho bowels the lacteal* arc
weak, and requiring strength and support. It
ie in a condition like thia that Bchenck's Sea?
weed Tonio proves to bo tho most valuable
romody ovor discovered. It is alkaline, and
ita use will neutralize all excess of acid, mak?
ing tho stomach sweet and fresh; it will give
permanent tone to thia important organ, and
create a good, hearty appetite, and preparo
tho eyBlem for tho first proccsB of a good di?
gestion, and ultimately mako good, healthy,
living blood. After this preparatory treat?
ment, what remains to cure moat casca of
Consumption is the free and persevering uso
of Bchenck's Pulnionic Syrup. The Pulmouic
Syrup nourishes the system, purifies the blood
and is readily absorbed into tho circulation,
and thenco distributed to tho diseased lunge.
Thero it ripens all morbid matters, whether
in tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and
thon assista Nature to expel all thc diseased
matter, in tho form of trco expectoration,
when onco it ripens, lt ia then, by tho great
healing and purifying properties of Bchenck's
Pulmouic Syrup, that all ulcers and cavities
aro heated up sound, and my patient is cured.
Tho essential thing to bo elouo in curing
Consumption is to get up a good appetito anil
a good digestion, HO that tho body will grow
in llcbh and get strong. If a person bas dis?
eased lungs-a cavity or abscess there-tho
cavity cannot heal, tho matter cannot ripen,
so long as tho system is below par. What is
necessary to cure ia a now order e>f things-a
good appetito, a good nutrition, tho body to
grow iu flesh and get fat; then Nutur'o is
olped, tho cavities will heal, the matter will
ripen and be thrown off in largo quantities,
and the person regain health and Btrcngth.
This ia thc trim and only plan to euro Con?
sumption, and if a person is very bad, if tho
lungs aro not entirely doptroyed, or even if
one lung is entirely gono, if ibero is enough
vitality lclt iu tho other to heal up, there is
I have Been many person* cured with only
ono sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good
old ago. Thia is what Schenek'o Medicines
will do to cure Consumption. They will cleau
ont the stomach, sweeten and strengthen it,
got up a good digestion, and give nature tho
assistance she needs to clear tuc system of all
tho disease that is lu the lungs, whatever tho
form may bo.
It is important that while using Bchenck's
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to
take cold; keep in-doors iu cold and damp
weather; avoid night air, and take ont-door
exercise only in a genial and warm ann-shino.
Bal wish it distinctly understood thal when I
recommend a patient to bo careful in regard
to taking cold, while using ni}' modicint-B, I do
so fer a special reason. A niau who has hut
partially reeovered from the effects ot a bad
cold is far more liable to a relapse th au one
who has been entirely cured ; and it ia precieo
ly tho samo iu regard to Consumption. So
long aa tho lungs uro not perfectly healed,
just so long ia there imminent danger of a lull
return of thc disease. Hence it ia that I so
strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to an atmosphere
that is not genial and pleasant. Confirmed
Consumptives' lungs aro a mass of sores,
which the least change of atmosphere will in
fiamo. Tho grund secret of my success willi
my medicines consists In my ability to subdue
inflammation instead of provoking it, as many
of the faculty do. An inflamed lung cannot,
with safety tu the patient, bo exposed to the
biting blasts of winter or the chilling winds of
spring or autumn. It should ho carefully
shielded from all irritating influences. Thu
utmost caution should bu observed in this
particular, as without it a cure, under almost
any circumstances, is au impossibility.
Tho person should he ki pt on ii wholesome
and nutritious diet, and all tho medicines con?
tinued until tho body hus restored to it thu
natural qunntily of fie?!) und strength.
I was myself cured hy thia treatment of tho
worst kind nf Consumption, and have lived to
f;et fat und lu arty these many years, with ono
ung mostly gone. I have cured thousands
since, and very many have been cured hy thia
treatment whom I havo never seen.
About tho 1st of October I expect to tako
possession of my new building, ut thu North?
east corner of Sixth and Arch streets, where
I shall bo pleased to givo advice to all who
mav reqnire it.
Full directions accompany all ray remedies,
so that a person in any part of tho world can
bo roadilv cured by a strict observance of tho
aamo. J."H. SOHENCK, M. l>., Philadelphia.
For salo by druggists and dealers ovury
whore. JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Placo,
Now York, wholesale a?rent. Nov 19 ty
Kinsman ?&P Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
OLD BANK BILLS ?na MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Brno D. PAM uRILL. Broker.
You may seonro a valuable prizo by pur?
chasing a ticket in thc Columbia Co-opera?
tive Building Acsociation.
AN UNPROTECTED SYSTEM.-Do not
fancy booanao you fool strong that you aro im?
pregnable to sickness. Wbolo neighborhoods
aro frequontlj prostrated at tbia .season by
malarious fovors. Vigorous muBclca and
Btrong sinowe, broad abouldors and sound
lunga, aro no dofenco agaiuet tho mopbitic
vapora of autumn. Frames wbicb have with?
stood tho summer boat may succumb now.
Many an atblotio man, whoso family depends
for ila support on his industry, now lies pros?
trate, weak and helpless us a bubo, under ibo
Eoriodical assaults of chills and fevers, or
ilious remittent fever. This could not bo if
all wore trise enough to pr?vido against such
a contingency, by toning and fortifying the
system with HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS;, This approved vegetable tonic is ab?
solutely harmloBS, BO that it is sheer folly not
to tako it as a safeguard at a season whou dis?
eases of tho livor, tho stomach, tho bowels,
and indeed all the visceral organs are gene?
rally prevalent. To keep tho system in order
and insure health, or to put it in ordor when
this precaution has been neglected, is tho duty
of every human being who values life. For
both these purposes llOBtctlor'B Litters is de?
signated, and it answers both. Petty local
dealers aro endeavoring, iu many parts of the
country, to bubstitute preparations made i f
impuro nnd dangerous mateiials in ita stead.
Giro them a wide berth. They are prep a i ed
by unskilful experiment?la, who want to turn
a penn v at the expense o? tho public health f
ON MARRIAGE. Essays for young men on
great social evils and abuses, which inter?
fere with marriage anti min the happiness of |
thousands: with suro meane of rebel for tho
erring und unfortunate, diseased and debili?
tated. Sent iii Boah d lotter envelopes, free of I
charge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 South Ninth aticet, Philadelphia, Pa.
; > Sept 5_ 3mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST A h LO WED A T THE RA TE Ot
SEVEN J'ER VENT. J'ER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SJN PER CENT. COM
POUNJtED EVERY SIN
MONTHS ON A CCU UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, f viec.rr??tdf*,t?
John P. Thomas, \ ucc 1 re81<!ctJ,B
A. G Breuizer, Cashier.
J. IIv Sawyer, Assistant Cm-hier, i
charge of Ki anches.
John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, Fi W. McMuster. John P. Thomas. E. H.
Hcinilsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayoa, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
Daniel Ravenul, Jr.. Charleston.
Mochan ie?. Laborers, Clerks, Widov,a, Or
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings and drp-w a liberal rate of iutcrcut there?
on. Planters, Professional Men andTrustuei
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to Bet apart small
tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
Lheir legal representatives,) wishing to lay
naide funds for futnro nae. aro hero afforded
un opportunity of depositing their ne ans
whero thoy will rapidly accumulate, and, at
(.he same time, bo subject to withdraw n! when
needed. Anjr 18
VENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF1 COLUMBIA, s. c.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL., 5500,(100.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Rrenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. MeMas?
ter, lt. D. Serin, of lt. D. Sehn & Son; G. ft".
Iteurdcn, of Copeland A Ik arden; ILL. IJryan,
of Bryon A MeCarter: W. C. Swaflield, id lt.
A \V. C. Swaflirld.
F. W; McM?ster, Solicitor,
rpilis Danit is now open for tho transaction
JL of a general bunking business.
CEUTIKICATES OF DKFOHIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest ut tho rate of seven (7)
per cont , per annum, in kind, will be issued.
Doposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; alto, from Trusties, Administrators',
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention riven to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and thc usual accommoda ions ex?
Notes. Bills of Exchange, and ether evi?
dences of de bi discount ed, and money 1 ?aned
Stocks, Bonds, Cold, Silver bought and soldi
Mutilated Cwrency purchased at a small
Sight Drafts drairn direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
y av able in any of tho above places.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in tho
United States bought and sold.
Banking Douse opposito Columbia Hotol.
Open from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaass, pints and
quarts. Forsalolow. _E. HOPE.
Native and Foreign WineB.
SOUPPERNONG, Concord, Sautorns, Ola
rot, Champagnes, just rccoived and for
salo low, by_E. HOPE.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my frionds and
uiblic in genoral that I have
just received an entire now
'stock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouohcs,
Pistol-Bolts, Caps. Bnok-Shot, Cartridgos.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powdor
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
Oct8_P. W. KRAFT, Main st root.
Tho raffle for Tempor?neo Hall, ?co., will
positively take placo on tho 10th November.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Vor Sight ls Priceless!
But the Diamond Spectacles will Preserve lt.
IF yon Valu? your eyesight uso theso PER
FKCT ijRnsus. Ground from minuto
crystal pebbles, melted together, and derivo
their namo "Diamond" on account of their
hardncsB and brilliancy. They will last manv
years without chango, and aro wnrranted eu
pcrior 'o all others, manufactured hy
J. E. SPENCER .t CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nono genuine unless stamped
with our trado mai lt. WM. GLA/.E, Jeweler
and Optician, is solo agent for Columbia, S.
C., from whom they can only ho obtained.
No peddlers employed. Jilly 20 t|ilv
SHIELDS & GLAZE,
COKUM Ul A, H. C.,
Palmetto Iron Works,
MANUFACTURERS of STEAM ENGINES
and BOILERS, Suw, Glint and CHUO
Milln, all t zes, all Lil ?'s ol' Agricultural Im?
plements, House end Mme Flouts, Iron Rail?
ing; lion and Brasa Casting; Shafting, Tul?
le \ s and Hangi rs mudo to older.
Manufacturers <.f UTLKY'S IMPROVED
LEVER COTTON TRESS, which wnsawnrdod
thc first premium iii North Carolina, South
Carolina, Allillinna and Louisiana last full.
Wo also manufacture tho DIXIE SCREW
COTTON TREBS-U cheap and durable one.
Send for circulara.
Orders filled on short notice nr.d on most
reasonable terms. June 20 flinn
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Strci t, near Plain.
^^yiA^^Vy-ft^ NOW on hand and d.iilyro
^jTJi":,^>_v'/3ceiving from Ibo nianufac
jr't^ ?*-?m>r^Sj torlea of New York, Roston,
^/KJI^J^SvjSy Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
uS I^tC largest assort meut of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this 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-hot I om Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UTHOLSTERINO and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct ?10
Thc Great iieUical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
..Jj i Huna rc rt s Of Thousands | H ?
'fZM Bear testimony to their wonderful^ 5.*
^J2 Curative Effects. C.? p
5>| \^H^T ARE^THEY?
g| I THEY ARE NOT A VUE 1
hlf FANCY JORI fl K,1|ij
Made nf Poor Htun, wniskoy, Proof tspir
Its, and. Kofuso Liquors, doctoral. spiced,
nud sweetened to plea?J tlio taste, ca'lutl..Tonics
" Appetizers," " Hosierers," &e.ttliut lead tho
tippler on to drunken nina urn! ruin, but are a trim
Medicino, uia.lo trom tho Nativo Roots find
Herts o? California, freo from nil Alcoholio
PUKIFIERmi.lIiI.PJB GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator mot lnvigomtor
ot the Byatuin, carryiniroff all poisonous matter,
and restoring thc t.looii to n healthy condition.
. No person can take th?se Hitters, according to
directions, mid remain long unveil.
ijiioo will bo given for tm incumbi? M?-?. pro.
titling lite hones uro not destroy e?l by iiiinVral
pois m* or other moan?, ntl<1 tho vital uiyutw
wasted I ley omi thc pena of repair.
For Inflammatory end Chronio Rheu?
matism, nnd Gout. Dyspopsin, or Intli
KOttion. llilious, Remittent, end Inter?
mit tont Fevers, Diseases of tho Dined,
?ivor. Kidnoys, mid Bladder, ih?*>oTJit?
tors have licen moil .*>??<.?slnl. Sueh Dh:
o.vsoa uro caused by Vitiated Blood, ? hie'.i
i- Keiteralty pm '.need t y derauyeiuout of ilia
They tnvi'oiatu t'.in stomach, nnd stimulate
tho torpid liverund h iwcl*. win. U reiul.-r thi:iii
of iiiu;iplall?-ilHtie.icy in i-V.msiiiii tho hioolof
nil rupari! .en, and imp u-t.nj now lifo and vljor
io i ho whist-i systi'in.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Jhuihicho,
l'iiii in tho Shoulders, L'oueh?, T?glilnos ??f tt.o
("he<?; Di/./.hie-s, SMUT Stomach, Had Taste ill
the .'ton:h. Mid,on? Attar!:*, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Copious Iti'Hiurges of Crme, Pain in
tho lesiona ol'the Kidney., und a hundred oilier
punnu symptom* which aro th.? olfsprfcti?* Of
Dyspepsia, aro eiuvd l>v these Hilters.
Ch atisotho Vitiated Hloo.1 wll -never you lind
it? Impurities bursting through (lio skin iii Pim?
ples Eruptions, ur eh-aivinit when His
loni, nnd your tech iura \? ill tell you when. Kif?
the blood pine und tko health ot tho system will
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, hirlttnpf In
tho system of so many thousands, uro elloctually
destroyed und removed.
For full directions, rend carefully the circular
nronnd enoh bottle, printed in four languages
English, (Icnniin, French, and Spanish.
J. WACKKlt,32 ?c. 34 Commcrco Btreot, N. Y.
Proprietor. R. II. MCDONALD & CO.,
Druggists und ?oneral Afronts.
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Laying tlic Corner-Scone of tlie '.Vasili,
lngton Street MctHodUt m^ist-np-il
Tho cornor-stone of tho now nod mag?
nificent structure about being erected on
tho North-east corner of Washington
and Marion streets, for the use of tho
Washington Street congregation, waa
laid, yesterday morning, with appropri?
ate ceremonies. Tho weather was far
from ploauant, but tho chapel was filled
to overflowing with a highly interested
audience. Tho altar was occupied by
Revs. Lovick Pierce, N. Talley, Sidi H.
Browne, William Martin, Manning
Brown, W. W. Mood, W. P. Mouzon.
David Derrick, George Howe, W. S
Plumer and P. J. Shand. After ni
anthem by tho choir, Bev. Nicholas Tal
ley nunounccd tho followiug hymn
"Laying tho Foundation:"
Behold the sure foundation-stone
Which God in Zion lays,
To build our heavenly hopes upon,
And His eternal praise.
Chosen of God, to sinners dear,
Wo now lulu re Thy name;
We trust our whole salvation hero,
Nor can wo suffer shame.
Tho foolish builders, scribe and priest,
Beject it with disdain;
Yet on this rock tho church shall rest,
And envy rage in vain.
WThat though tho gates of hell withstoo<
Yet munt this building risc;
'Tia thine own work, Almighty God,
And wondroua in our eyes.
Tho reverend gentleman offered a fe
vent prayer, when Bev. Wm. Mart
read tho following brief history of tl
On thc 15th day of December, 1803
a .small number of Methodists in Co
lumbia, under thc auspices of the Rev
John Harper, determined to build
church in Columbia, S. C. In 1804 th
house was completed, being the fin
Christian house of worship in Collin!
bia. Thc cry daily went lip, "Thc plac
is too strait for tis! give place to us Ihr
wc may dwell." Thc first church bc
irig found too small for the congrogl
lion statedly there assembling, twent
or thirty (eet were added to the oort
end, which made it a very unshapel
building, long, narrow and incomm<
dious; and soon also too small for tl
rapidly growing congregation.
Thc citizens at length, in connectic
willi tho church, saw thc necessity fi
an enlarged building suited to thc a
commodation of thc worshippers,
substantial large brick church, undi
tho auspices of Kev. Wm. Capers, ]
I)., then stationed in Columbia, was b
gun-the corner-stone laid on the 14
.June, 1831, and thc house complet
the following year, and on the 22d
July, 183*2, was solemnly consecrad
to thc worship and service of Almigh
(?od by Bishop Andrew. On the 17
of February, lS?f>, war being in pi
gross between the Southern or Confei
rate States and thc Northern or Unit
Slates of North America, Columbia.t
capital of South Carolina, was sum
(lured by thc mayor of thc city to (
United Slates troop?, (.len. W.T. Sh
niau coin iii anding. On tho night oil
17th, thc eily was sacked, pillaged a
burnt. During the progress of the c<
Ihgration, the Washington Street M.
Church was fired by soldiers of
United Slates arni)', holli from wit
and without,and burned lo thc gron
In the satiie manner the Lecture Hoi
Station ami District Parsonages w
destroyed, and tho communion sil
stolen. Ruined and desolate, the Ia
congr?gation of this church was i
persed, and many of them sought hoi
in other less alllictcd places. A ri
nant however remained in Collin
and strove to re-erect their cast di
altars. First they met to worshit
the chapel of thc Columbia Female i
lege, one of the few* buildings which
tiiahtcd, and which was the proport
thc church. This house being rei
by the trustees for a hotel, these al
ted people wefc again without a p
in which to worship thc Cod of t
fathers. In their distress they apj
to their Baptist brethren whose lu
of worship had fortunately escaped
torch of the incendiar}', and the ut
that church was kindly allowed t
in thu afternoon, and Rev. Wm. T.
pcrs appointed their pastor. In
meantime they resolved to build a
porary place of worship, and accort
ly on thc silo of the old lecture r
they raised a small chapel which
dedicated on thc 12th of August, 1
in the name of tho Father, tho Son
thc Holy Ghost, by Rev. Wm. Mr
after on appropriate sermon by
Wm. T. Capers. The following
Revs. D. J. Simmons and Wm. M
were appointed co-pastors of this
tlie Marion Street Church-thc
charges being united. In 18G8
Win. Martin was appointed past
thc Washington Street Church, an
quested to solicit contributions t
build thc burnt church. This
was continued by him for three j
at thc end of which his pastorate li
expired he was appointed agent fi
a-. " " sss,
building tho church. God has greatly
blossod his efforts so that the congrega?
tion felt encouraged to begin the work, '
and on the 17th of August, 1871, in the
presence of tho Building Committee,
the builder, and one or two others, after
solemn prayer, the first earth was bro?
ken for the building by Rev. Wm. Mar?
tin, and on thc 21st September, 1871,
tho corner-stone is to bc laid by Rev.
Lovick Pierce, D. D., (who was pastor
of this church in 1808). May her walls
ba salvation and her gates praise.
I Rev. Lovick Pioroe, D. D., then said
that he deep]} appreciated tho honor
which hud been conferred upon him, tu
having been selected to lay the corner
stono of tho second Washington Street
Methodist Church, of tho city of Colum?
bia. Some persons might think it pro?
per that upon such an occasion he should
have a written discourse, especially pre?
pared for tho time;but that ho was com?
pelled to say, cither to his ehame or his
honor, that* ho seldom had made UBO of
manuscript, and that whilo he might,
porhaps, preparo his sentences with more
caro and round his periods moro smooth?
ly if ho should write them, still ho pre?
ferred a plain extemporaneous talk,
whilo ho looked at tho people.
In the year 1808, ho was sent by tho
bishop to bo tho pastor of the Methodist
Church, in-Columbia. Ho found about
thirty namea upon the register of tho
church, three only of whom were men.
Tho Almighty was pleased to bless his
labors and pour out His spirit upon the
people of tho place, and when tho year
was ended there were about 100 name3
upon tho register, among which were
j many of tho most influential men of the
community. Tho iutorest continued
after ho lett and during the ministry of
I his brother, who succeeded him. The
I church they then occupied was situated
I upon tho samo lot as tho present, but
was then considered out in tho woods,
away from tho centre of tho town. He re?
membered that, when visiting this town
1 again, somo thirty years after, ho waa
unablo to find tho placo whero the
church etood, it being then in tho very
heart of tho rapidly growing city. He
said that ii he was to relate somo of the
scenes and inoidents that were enacted
hero during his ministry and that of hie
brother, and tho treatment they received
from somo persons and the opposition
manifested to tho spread of Methodism,
he would be charged with romancing or
falsehood. Great and marvelloua changes
had taken place since then. The little
old church had given place to the large
and commodious church building, like
tho tabernacle which Moses had erected,
had been superseded by the magnificent
templo of King Solomon. These had
been destroyed, and the second temple
had boen erocted on the sito of the first
one, juBt as this pooplo now propose tc
croc'; a second church upon tho site ol
their first church.
Solomon's Temple was erected with
out tho sound of an axe, hammer, or an*
other instrument of iron. Tho stone'
were all squared and prepared for thei
propor position in thc quarries, and thei
carried to the temple and placed in th
apot where they belonged, and int
! which they fitted with accurate nicetj
j So should the Church of Christ be
temple made of living, spiritual stones
each one filling his position exactly an
properly. Each church member waa
spiritual 6toue of the'church of whic
Christ waa the great corner-stone. N<
only must the ministers be spiritm
stones, but the people also; for yon me
have the moat spititual and earnest m
nister possible, and without spiritn
life in the membership, the church w:
I be oold and dead. Every man and w
man, and especially the head of eve:
j family, is a spiritual stone, and tin
I must nob wait for the minister to eoe
j and offer np daily praise and prayer f
j them, but they must do it theniselvt
You may build the most beautiful hon
! in Colombia, but God will not bless
unless each member is a living atoi
You should adopt the principle, in i
cordauce with the rules of the Mett
diBt Church, aa adopted in 1866, that
persons should be admitted into tl
temple nutil they aro properly fitted ;
their true position, like the stones
King Solomon's Temple. Seo that i
material is ready before it is put to n
To use auy other material ia outside
tho law of the Church, for no pen
eau be admitted into the M. E. Chu:
except by a correct belief in justificat:
When tho foundation of tho sccc
templo was laid, there were some of
oldors who hod seen the glory of tho f
temple, who wept tears of sorrow at
recollection of the grandeur and moj
licence of tho first templo. Mtiltitn
were satisfied with thc new temple i
shouted for joy. The found of
weepers and shouters wei o mingled
gether. There are none here that u
weep at the second temple being sma
thou the first. The prophet Haggai
prophesying the rebuilding of the
oond temple, said: "Tho glory of
latter house shall be greater than of
former, saith the Lord of Hosts; am
this place will I give poaoo. saith
Lord of Hosts." The prophet here
ferred to the glory whioh this hi
should have in the coming of Christ
Messiah. May this second oh orel
moro glorious even than the first wai
the frequent coming of tho Holy S
and its abiding hero. The same pro
asked tho people whethor they were
ing to continuo to dwell in ceiled he
while tho ark of the Lord abode in tt
The same question can be asked i
and these thoughts should be impr<
upon tho minds of all present. If
oome together in heart, hand, pri
and purses, yon will bo rioher in
years than yon will be if some of ye
not givo more liberally than yon
done. Do not despair, but com
freely to the help of the Lord.
Ho then referred to tho time
Jesus enterod tho temple, and fit
that tho Jews had degenerated so i
as to moko of it a market, ho m