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BY J. A. SELBY." COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28. 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 16$.
MB. ED ITOU : Ab. article -?vortho* sig
natara of ? 'Carolin?," in the .-Baity Union.
ot last : Thursday,. headed: ?'Affaira in
Laurena," is of auch a nonsensical cha
raoter that it would not bo not ioctl by
any o? UH had tho writer not undertaken
to disparage old Laurens, its people, and
all its.belongings* for apolitical purpose.
His allusion to the butter-milk, OB far an
it applied t'> Mr. Wallace, is a sheer fa
. brioation ol his ow? or o? his informers.
His : friend Of the lanoet And spatula
.(query, soalpel,) had ?no thought of Mr.
Wallace when he used the term butter?
milk,; and tho man who BO reported it
either docs not understand the meaning
of words in connection of the Bubjeot
spoken, of, or he was hard-pushed for
fads. He next very complacently con?
gratulates himself, or somebody else,
that "Laurena hns survived it." Ye?,
she has; and much more. She haa sur?
vived the egotistical misrepresentations
of ythifl'sago knight of the quill, and will,
no'doubt, Burvivo as many more OB he
chooses to write; yea, sim has even sur?
vived . a. residence of this collector, of
. facts, and will still exist in,defiance of all
hiB attempts to misrepresent and dispa?
rage her. If it were not for spoiling
such, a brilliant (?) newspaper corres
Sondent, we - would interest Ourselves
ere to get him a good.fut office. . This
is what he ,wants, but the world would
not be enlightened aa to the sayings and
doings of Laurens,' for he j would be too
lazy to,write and hold on to an office,
A moro brilliant portion of his article
is where he so.graphically alludes:to tho
railroad meeting ou .sale day last. That
simile, so. beautifully portrayed, should
carry Ins natue (on a^chip) down to tiru
latest.'ages : bf posterity.'., Its profound
deptnp its,lofty phraseology, itW beauty
of .conception, its elevated sentiment,
must ?xoite the wonder 'of tho universo.
?h! Trumpery, Oh! Moses.
It is, however, left for his sixth para?
graph to .exhibit, the full measure of his
giganttb 'intellect; That very classical,
allusion to th?,whiskey m\taxed, and an-'
otherV to "quarrels between 'relatives,"
shows conclusively the sublimity of his
mind, br ut least the next step to it. ' To
come down to plain matters of fact, the
allusion .to tho "quarrels betweon'rela?
tives," Tinder tho circumstances of the
.ease, would indicate a mdre debased
' mind,' a blacker heart, and fouler fiend
than we supposed we had. among us.
Such a man is only fit "for treason, stra?
tagems and spoils."
NOT VAN WINKLE.
LAURENS O. H., .8. O./Sept. 23, 1871.
A man named Horatio T. Gook placed
himself over a keg of gun-powder, and
toaohed it off. The house wns torn to
pieces; but the wife of the suicide, who
was ina room up "stairs,'escaped with
but slight injuries.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
an. I? once more open to tho public, under
?Dy tho superintendence of Mr. lt. RARRY.
alf Tho reputation of the house will bo ltept
apv_ s_August 31
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS well-known cetablithmont is in full
blast, and keeps np its' reputation for the
heat of everything fn tho lino of WET GOODS.
They oatry out' tho motto of "Good articles
or none." . PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
The World-Renowned' Howe sewing
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the World,
IN range of work this Machine camlet be
equalled. Will work equally iv efl I on thick
or tum goods, from gauze to heaviest beaver
coatings, or even leather, without chango of
needle, tension or thread. We will warrant
them to do thiel Our Ano work is equal to
any;.and our..heavy work oxoela that <>f any
other machino in the world. Ladies wishing
to introduce tho sowing Into their families wiQ
find it a great saving of timo, labor and ex?
pense to at o noo pureba so tho beat. Persons
who have tried all maohines are unanimous in
declaring thia to bo the easiest learned of any
In the market. If you aro prejtidicod.In favor
of any particular machine, at least examine
THE HOWE before yon purchase.
ALFRED G. ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Office three doorsbelow Dr. Hcinitsh's Di ug
Store, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
Sept 21 ._ ._gmo
CHILLS AND FEVER.
CHILLS AND FEVER.
" OAF POSITIVELY EE CURED RY
U EINIT S fl \S CHILL CURE.
?.TRY A BOTTLE -?} ,
. NO. CURE! NO PAY I
Why Btand to doubt.
When trying will find it ont.
For sale only by E. H. HF.IN1T8H,
Sept 16 t Proprietor and Druggist.
New Bookal New Booka!! New Books! !
THE DOMESTIC LIFE OF TH08. JEF?
FERSON. Ry his grand-daughter, Sarah
N. Randolph. $2.60.
Reminiscences of Fifty Years. Ry Mark
"At Last." A Christmas in the West In?
dies. Ry Charles Kingsley, with roany illus?
"Light and Electricity." By J. Tsndall.
The Coming Race; or, f he New Utopia.
Six Boys. A Mother's Story. By tho Ame?
rican Tract Rocioty. $1.25.
Tbe Earthly Paradise. A Poom. By Wil?
liam Morris. Three volumes. $4 50.
"Ernestine." By George Sand. 75?.
Terrible Temptation. By Chas. Reade. SOo.
Also, a largo selection of new Novels by the
best authors, just recoivod and for sale at pub
lishor'B^priocs, by BRYAN &. McOARTKR.
Thornweli'a Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornweli'a por?
trait. 14 per volume.
Memories of Patinoa. Ry MacDuff.* $2.
Tho Conservativo Reformaliou and its The.
ology. Ry Rev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. $5
The Unseon W<nrld. By Rev. Dr. Stork. $1.
Her Lord and Mastor. Ry Florence Maryatt
Won; not Wooed. Ry tho author of ISred in
the Bono, &o 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. Ry Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Graco Aguilor's Works,
snell as Mother's Recompenso, VaJo of Cedars,
J*o.,at$i por volume.
Tho bhovo books sent to any addross, post
paid, on receipt of prlco
Aug 1 DUFFIE A- CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
STOCKS, BONDS omi COUPONS hough!
a-nd sold by D. GAMBRILL. Broker.
Lea & Perrins' Sauce,
Pronounced by Conuoiaecurs
?THE OKLT UOOD'SAUCB."
It improves appetite and digest iou, and it id
unrivaled for its flavor.
Wo are directed by Mesara. LR A & PER?
RINS to prosccuto all partios making or Tend?
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 in o_Agenta. Now Yurlu
ON MARRIAGE. Essaye for young mon on
great Bocial evils and abuBca. which inter
fero with marriage and ruin the happiness of
thousands; with sore mean? of relief for tho
erring and unfortunate, diseased and debili?
tated. Sent in seahd lotter envelopes, freo of
charge. Address HOWABD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 South Ninth Btrcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Scho of Notice,
//fStt^ THE exefcisOB of my School will
^^JrTJgB^bo resumed ou MONDAY, October
^??0? ' ' ' MRS. S. S. MoOULLY.
,gy Bcpt2C _tuthtn3
jfffoj. School Notioe.
Jjlx3iks& THE exert isca of Mrs. H. li.
HTffijfcfKPECK'S SCHOOL will bo resumed
V^Von MONDAY, October 2.
t&jT Sept 21_ _tA2.*_.
MIS3 M. A. BOLLINGER will
ff [Wk open a DAY SCHOOL ou tho first
*^??~?Sses;\tONDAY in October, nt the ro
^SBs?sidenco of Mr. JAMES CATH?
OO*^ ?f,p?27 2*
Palmetto Academy, Richland (County.
THE exercises of thia School will
bo resumed on MONDAY, October
,9,1871. The object or it ia to pro
|paro youth for the University ot
South Carolina, or to qualify them
for tho active business of life. By
virtue of ah arrangement made by the Trus?
tees with the State authorities, thia institution
now a tan dj on a Bolid basia, under tl o sup?
port of tho State. Tuition will bo givon free
of charge Board can be obtained at from $2
to $S a wcok. For fnrther information, ad?
dress BIVEBB WBIQUT,
Sept 2d Principal, Gadsdon, 8. C.
CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
THE exercisos of thia SCHOOL
will ho resumed on the il rat MON?
DAY in October.
For terms, Ac, npply at reni
ricuco at tho corner of Plain and
Henderson streets. Sept 12 113
MBS. S. C. GOODWYN will re
/r^W^opet) her DAY SCHOOL for girls
>S_|BC_m> the IStli <jf September.
ifiP*SHr Terms for Preparatory Class ?C
pf&Ti per quarter; for Advanced Claaa $8
per quarter. Apply at Dr. B. \Y. Taylor's.
Columbia Male Academy.
Classical and Mathematical School.
TUE next session will begin on
/f??Sk MONDAY, October 2. Tho studies
??SLUg*R0111 braco a full high behool conrau,
~tlt?EX|c i ii eluding French.
?Bf For particulars, apply to the un
a_la-T deraigned. or to Mr. J. S. Muller,
First ARsiataut. HUGH S. THOMPSON,
'Sept ld Prinoipal.
THE MISSES MARTIN will ro
/fl?gL sumo the exercises of their School
^luaa?>oo MONDAY, Octobers
^SfflHgjSi Arrangements having been made
Jgy^y for forming a Primary Class, a fovr
??Bal* preparatory scholars will bo re?
Musical Deparlmont ander chargo of Trof.
Classes vyill bo formod.in Fronch, German,
Latin, Drawing and Fancy Work.
A very-limited number ut pupila will be re?
ceived as boarders.
For terms, .v.-.., upply at the residonco of
Rov. WM M.VUTIN, on Blaudiug street.
Auenst 20 w
Columbia Female Academy.
^ FXFdtClSES will bo resumed
/fL???k hereon MONDAY,October2. Tho
>=HQ^faK.Cilurao of t-tudy will bo thorough
^?ratS'ieid complete, our aim being to
'jVaBF enable pupils to acquire a sound
a_HP education, and we desire to receive
nono bnt auch an como for that purpose. Stu?
dents in the higher brauchen will have tho aid
of Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus,
Telescope and Globes.
Boarders will bo under the chargo of Dr.
and Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, and will bo eared
for as members of the family.
TXUMB - PEU MONTI!.
Board, including everything but washing.$25
Tuition--advanced classes, 15 and. 0
Primary classes. 4
, No oxtta charge for Latin, Frouch or Draw?
Music, uer quarter.t30
. JANE H. REYNOLDS,
SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS.
Aug 0 watO _ Principals. _
Vinum Cibi Et Perri.
Extract of Deef, Iron and Wine.
A NEW SI KO ICI MC
FOR Enfeebled Digestion, Lusa of Appe?
tite, Tono and Vigor, Impoverished
Blood, Nervous Debility. Especially adapted
to weak atomuebs.
Aa n nutrient tonic and mild stimulant thia
combination baa proved especial!> i nicacious
ill many cases of enfeebled digestion, loas of
tone and vigor, impoverished blood, and in
tim many ailments conseqnont upon general
debility. It ia prepared with great caro from
selected beef, one-third of which lias buen
partially roasted to develop tito osmazomo;
thus rendering it moro grateful to tho taate
and less apt to oe?aslou disgust from con?
tinued ime. For Huh? by
EDWARD M. UBINI 1*811,
_Ang 29J Chemist niiri Druggist.
Old Virginia Hams.
1,000 lbs. Virginia (couutry-euredj
^Tf*?T_ (AMS, for sale hy
SBMH?I HoptC KOWARI) HOPE.
COUNTY Cli AI SIS ANO J U KY CKtlTJh
fl O ATES bought by
Feb? 0. GAMRR1LL. limiter.
LU BANK Jilt* bri uiitt M UT?L?Tf?li
Cl'UKKNCY bought and told by
Nov 23 fimo D. GAM RILL. Broker.
Mealsfurnished at all boura ut POLLOCKS'.
AFEW reasons why they should have thc
pr?f?rence over all others:
1. Wheeler & Wilson's Bowing Machino is
much' simpler than any of thu others; rc
Sairing less than halt the amount of ma*
2. AH tho result of this simplicity, this ma?
chine is much less liable thnn thc others to |
get out of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity is |
4. Another result ia leas friction, and, con- [
Bcqnently, greater case and rapidity of mo?
tion, with less noise.
And greatest of all, that it uses no Shut-1
tie, and makes tho lock stitch.
It is tho cheapest to buy the best. Buy thc
machino that nae justly, fairly and honora?
bly won & reputation and independence
against a strong and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years has tho Wheeler A
Wilson not only stood lirst and foremost, bnt
now Blands thc uinivallcd Bowing Machine of j
tho enlightened civilized world. Ruv tho ma-1
chino that has hecn thus tested and proved,
and then you aro sure to get tho best. For
salo on tho cagiest possiblo terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door below PUOSIX ]
office, Columbia, S. C.
J. S. PURSLEY, Agent.
A. WiiYTK, General Southern Agent.
Juno 21 Gmo
. 6BNTBAL NATIONAL BASK
UF C'OLIIIHIIIA, s. c.
Present Capital, $150,000.
? ? ?
AUTHOKIZKO CAPITAL, $500,000.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Breuizer, Cashier.
0. M. G. Butt, Assistant Cat>hicr.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
ter, R. D. Benn, of R. D. Seun & Sou; G. W.
Ilea rden, of Copeland &. Rearden; R. L. Brvan, j
o? Bryan &. McCartcr; W. 0. Swaffield, of R.
vt Wi C. Swaffield.
F. W. McMastor, Solicitor.
THIS Bank is now open lor tho transaction
of a geucral banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DET-OSIT of currency or I
coin, bearing interest at the rate of peven (7) |
per cent, per annum, in kind, will he istned.
Doposits from (Jaunty Officers especially so?
licited; alco, from Trustees, Administrators,
Krecntors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of ]
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and thu usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Pills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences'of debt discounted) and money loaned
Stocks, Hands, Gold, Siloer bought and sold.
Mutilated Cu-reucy purchased at a small
Sight Dra?s drawn direct on all tho promi
hnt places in England, Jre.laiid, Scotland,
France, Germany, ISelgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the. Orient. Letters of Credit it sued,
I avablo in any of the above places
Drafts on all tho promincu? cities in tho
United Statos bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotol.
Opon from D to 3._Feb 28 ly
G?TiZ?NS' 8AVINGS BANK
? ? .
Deposits of 3>1 and Upwards Etc6ived,
-? <m> .
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TE Ot
HEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA 7ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MON TUS ON A COO UN TS.
Wm. Martiu, President.
JohnB. Palmor. I Vico-Prcsideiit?
John P. Thomas, J yiLti 1 Timtii<l1*
A. O Brunizur, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyor, Assistant Cashier, i
charge of Rrauuheu.
John C. D. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wadu Bampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, Fi W. McMasler. Jehu P. Thoma*. E. H.
Hcinitsh, Joh? B. Palmer, Thomas F. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Soott.Nowberry.
W.G. MayeB, Nowberry.
D. H. Rutledge,Charleston,
Datiiol Raveuel. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborer?, Clerke, Widows, Or
Cihaus and others may here deposit their sav
ugs aud draw a liberal rate of interest there*
on. Planters, Professional Mon and trustee!
wishing to draw interest eu their funds until
they require thom for business or other pur
pones, Parents desiring to sot apart small
tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with*
drawn by there-selves, or, in oaso of death, by
MieiT legal representatives, ) wi*hiug ?to lay
aside funds for future uso. are hore ?iforded
an opportunity of depositing their moans
where they will rapidly aoonmulato, and, at
the same tinio.be subjoot to withdraws)when
oeedei). Aug IR
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER, No. 20
Ilayuo sheet and Horlbeek's Wharf,
Charler-tou, H. C. Thia is the largest and
most complete factory of tho kind in the
Southern Bluies, sud al! articles in this line
cnn he furnished by Mr. P. P. Tonio at prices
which defy connu lition.
JW A pamphlet with full and del siled Rel
of till sizes of Doors, Bushes und Minds, and
Ibo.prices of each, will l e sent frro and post
puid. Ol) application to
July ll tlyr P. r. TOALE.
DR. S. F. PANT'S
IS oom pot od of tho bent Anti-pe?
riodic Tunics known to tho medical
profanion. The uddition 6f certain
ingredients ha? completely die
guiscd the taste cf tho Tonic prin?
ciple an to render it palatable, even
to the moat faatidioua.
It augmenta tln> energy of tho vital func?
tion B, exerting powerful influence over thc
digestive, as.-imulative, hnnguinifcrouo and
nm vont- lyetema.
lt proveo salutary in the debility conse?
quent upon all malarious diseases* violent
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of tho
constitution of both sexes, in nervous vertigo,
hcad-achc, tic-dolorenx, and many local
pains, dependent on delicien t energy in tho
nervous system. It also possesses, laxativo
ami alterative properties, und will remove all
biliousness from tho stomach, incrcnto thc
appetite, and invigorate tho whole ?\stim.
Prepared enly by S. P. F?NT,
Newberry, S. C.
For sale al W. C. FISHER'S
New Drug Store,
Oppoaito Columbia Hotel,
August 9 Ciiio_ Columbia. S. C.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily re
Foeiving from tho manufac?
tories o? New York, Boston,
Cincinnati und Louisville, the
largest assortment at FUR?
NITURE ever kept in thin market, consisting
in part or Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Rnom Suite; 200 Bedsteads or diff?rent
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinda at MATTRESSES mado to order.
UPHOLSTERING and BEPAIB1NG done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Term_a_capb and Goods cheap._Oct 30
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFOBM my Monda and
public in general that I have
just received au butiro new
'stock of Double and Singlo Bar
rol GUNS, REPEATERS, Flr.fka, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridgea for all kiuda of Pistola, Powder
REPAIRING done nt short notice.
^.9-C13 J*: }V- KKAFT. Main street.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stwblea to the new
building, immediately South ol
jlannev's Hal), nnd, with a new
[?tock "or CARRIAGES, BUG?
GIES nm lino HORSES, aie prepared to an
ewer all calls that -moy be mode upon thom.
Horses bought abel enid tm commission.
Persons in want or good stock, are invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made on
stock lelt for sale. ROYCE A CO.
w. II. BOYCE.
C. H. PETTINOii.n. .Tan 21
Never Nntitft-utti a Weak Stomach --
Thc condition of a weak stomach waa never
j yet improved by cathartic drng-i; They mere?
ly increase the irritation, which it ia all-im?
portant to allay. Therein no preparation in
existence which HO quickly und ci rtainly re?
lieves nausea as
TARRANT'8 SELTZER APERIENT.
Ita immediate t fleet is to soothe und refresh
tho uneasy organ, lt arrests vomiting or th?
disposition lo vomit, at once, und carries off
without pain, through the inti stint a, thc
morbid emello matter which is the provoca?
tive ot n a urea. Adose of the Aperient will
ulwavn effectually "settle the stomach" aftei
a night's dissipation.
.SOLD BY ALE DBUOOISTS. Pegit IC, if.
Sixty-five First Prize Modals Awarded
MA A' VF A OTO li Y,
IWM.KNABE & GO.
Manufacturer*. Grund, Fquaie anel Vj tight
ll ALTIMORE, MU.
1111 ESK instruite tits have in en Indore tho
. public for nearly ijtirty > tars, and upon
their excellence alone utisiin <i, fifi t; f<pw e/uif
eilpre-tntihviice, which pu nt ui.ci t ?l.< III uno.
Combines great pou et, i-wt cliicsa and Uno
singing qualitj, as nell us grout puritj of in?
tonation, und sweetness Ihrougluint theentiro
seale. Their TOttCH
ls pliant und elastic, and entirely freo from
the stillness Lund in sn many pianos.
They are unequaled, Uaing nene bm the very
bes! wnwn?ti material, the- lain? capital em
ployed m our business enabling us to keep
continually un iiumciibc stoel ot lumber, Ac,
MW Alt our rquttreplouf:* have our new im?
proved uVKiibTiiiiNO suAt.n and Ayrajt'v Treble.
?V Wc would cull ?qw ciul attention ld mir
lute hiiprovi mellis in UltAXJt /'LIA OS and
SQ VA ti E a HA y l>S, pillent? d August 14,
18<:ti, iv h ich brings the pumo nearer |)i i li elim:
I hun hui* ?i i ! been ni tu i ned.
ICvn y S'iniio fully Warrant? ?I for Yuin
We have made arrutigi turnte 1er the sole
riio!e?alr muara 1er the most eelebr?led
I' A fi LO I, ii lit) A.VS md M ElMftEOXS,
ivhieh v. e elifer whoJe-ale i lid retail, al low? si
'artery prices. WM. KN A Bl' A CG.,
Muv 23 tVHm/i Ralltni'Mit Md.
Malt iiont Whiskey.
\7?TA'''! ".NTED two vciU>old. :!
y\ F,.'/ -i\ .WHIN .. SWOFRS'
You may seiuire a valuable priire by pur
I chii-ing a ticket in the Columbia Co-open:
I Uvei Ruihliiig Aesoeiiitioii,
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT1
For Sight ls Priceless!
But the Diamond Spectacles will Preserve lt.
IF von valuo votir eveeight use these PER?
FECT liKSSES. Ground from minuto
crystal pebbles, moiled together, and derivo
their name "Diamond" on account of thoir
hardness and brilliancy.. They will last manv
yoara without change, and are warranted en
porior 'o ali olhors, manufactured hy
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION*.-Nono genuino unless stamped
with our trado mark. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, is solo agent for Columbia, H.
C., from whom they can only bo obtained.
No peddlers omployod. July 20 Itf ly_
Thc Great Medical Discovery I |
Dr. WATERER'S CALIFORNIA
% Hundreds of Thousands %?. $
1\.? Re-11" testimony to their .wonderful'}?
"? 32 Curativo EffccU |.Pp
V^^AT ARE THEY?
S g I TnET ARE NOT A VILE o|? ?
h jj FANCY DRINK.ilfj
Made of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
and s weotened to pleaso itio taste, called "Touira'*
"Appetizer.*," " Restorers," &c, that lend tho
tippler on to drunkenness nad min, but aro a truo
Medicine, mado from tho Nativo Roots and
i teri A of Can lumia, freo from all Alcoholic
Stimulants. They aro thcQREATBLOOD
PURIFIER and LIFE GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE, n perfect Keuovaior oud lnvigorator
ot the System, carry ins ott all poisonous mntter,
and restoring tho blood to n healthy condition.
No perron cm tnko theso Ritter?, acconiin^ to
directionn, and remain long unwell.
IfilOO will bo given foran incurahls casi?, pro.
vhim.T the lioncs uro not destroyed |,y mineral
pitls?uB or other means, and tho vital orgduor
wasted beyond tho point of ropnir.
For Inflammatory find Chronic Rheu?
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or indi
KOition, Bilious, Remittent, and Inter?
mittent Povors, Disoasos of tho Blood,
Liver, RlidneyB. and Bladder, these Bit
tors have been moat successful. Such Dis?
oasos aro caused by Vitiated Blood, wh?eli
is iienTally produced by duraaj-ouiuut. ut thu
'losy Irivngoralo tho stomach, nn.l ntimnlnto
tho torpid liver and bowel*, which render them
of tineqiiall?d efficacy in ekwislng tho blood of
nil impurities, mid imparting now life and vigor
to tho whole syatem.
D.vspopsia or Indigestion, Headache,
I'.iin in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tlio
CI>HI. Dizziness, Sour Stomach, liad Tasto in
thu Mouth, Uiilious Attacks, Palpitation of tho
Heart. Copious Discharges of Urine, Pain In
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painful symptoms which aro tba offspring* of
Dyspepsia, aro cured hy theso Ritters.
Clt'iuiso tho Vitiated lUood wUunovcr you fini
its impurities bursting through I lie r\\n In Pim?
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lon), and yourieclin?rj will tell yon when. Kora
tho blood pure and ibo boalth ot' tho system will
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking In
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destroyed und removed.
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Kwrlish, (ierman, French, and Spanish.
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Staate of South Caroiina-is?chland Co.
. J'COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mrs". Sarah J. Har ria .Plaintiff, aKainst Jame?
' ? ' ?G. Gibbes.. Defendant.
To 'mH DEFENDANT, JAMES O. Ginni?:
YGU are hereby sutumonod and required
to answer the complaint iii thia action,
ot which'a copy ia herewith nerved upon you,
and to Borve a copy of your answer to tho
aafd complaint on tho subscriber, at hia office,
in tho city of Colombia, in tho said State and
County, within twenty days after tho service
hereof, exclusivo o' tho day of euch service ;
aud if you fail to answer the complaint within
tho timo aforesaid, tho plaintiff m thin action
will apply to tho Court for tho relief demanded
in the complaint.
JAMES D. TRADEWELL,
Dated at Columbia, S. C., August Hi, 1871.
To TUE DEFKNDANT, JAMEB Q. GIUUKS:
Take notice that the sum mons lu thia action,
of which the foregoing ia a eop\\ waa tiled iu
tho office of tho Clerk of the Court of Common
Pious, at Columbia, in tito County of Rich?
land, in the Stat o of Smith Carolina, on the
10th day of August, 1871.
JAMEB D. TRADEWELL,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 23, 1871.
August 23_ wf!2
State of South Carolina-Union Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Rosanna Owens, Plaintiff, against Martha
owens, Robert Owens, Sarah Carena, Plea?
sant Owens, Judson Owens, Roxanna
Owens, Addie Owoua, Defcnd'ta. -Summons
To THE DEFENDANTS:
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
to answer the potitlon in this action,
mich ie tiled in the office or the Probate
Judge for tho said Comity, and to serve a
:opy of your answer to the said petition on
the subscriber, at his office, at Union, S. C.,
rithin twenty efhya after tho Bcrvico hereof,
exclusivo ot tho day or such sm iee; and if
rou fail to answer tho petition within tho time
lforeaaid, the Plaintiff in this action will ap?
ply to tho Coutt for the relitf demanded in.
thc petition, ba*rd Au.:eat 21), 1871.
JAS. B.BTEEUMAN, Plaintiffs Attorney.
To ROUEUT Owr.ss:
Take notice that this action is commenced
for partition ot land, in tho Probate Court in
and for tho Cum ly ol Union, and that a sum?
mons in thia action, or which the foregoing is
a copy, waa flied in tho office of thc Jud go of
aaid County, at Union, in tho County or
Union, in said State, ob tho 29th day of Au?
gust, 1871. J AS.- B. STEEDMAN,
.,! PlaintifFo Attorney,
UNION. August 20. 187L j . AatniaL31 thC
State of Sooth Oiirol>.mv--Union Co.
CO CRT OF: PROBA TE.
. L. Turner, Fla i a tiff.-<o4. ?N. B. Turner, T.
M. Turner, Svducy ThomaB and her lina
Baud, John Thomas, -Lucy Philipa and her
hue band1. MiltonPnilip?l' Sarah Curacy and
her husband, william Cursev, linet.cl Mc?
Cullough and ber husband, David McCul?
lough, Joseph Turner, Mary Turner, and
L. F. Barnett and her husband, Ledfried
Barnett, D?fendante.-Summon?, for Relit f. .
To THE DEFENDANTS:
YoU are hereby summoned end required
to answer tho petition in this action,
(which is filed in tho office of Probato Judge
for tho said County,) and to nerve a copy of
your answer to the enid petition on the sub?
scriber, at bis office, at Union Court House,
S. C., within twenty days afU r the service
hereof, exclusivo of tho day of such Bcivice;
and if you fail to answer tho petition within
the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this ac?
tion will apply to the Court for tho relief de-1
manded in tho complaint. ,
Dated Ur.ionville, R. C., Sept? mber C. 1871.
J. RICHARD LYNN,
To N. B Turner, T. M. Turner, Milton Phi?
lips and Lucy Philips, his wife. William
Curacy and Haruh Cursey,. his wife. John
Thomas and Sydney Thomas, his wift :
Tako notice that this action, is commenced
for partition of land, in the Probate Coutt in
and for the County of Uuion; and that a sum?
mons in this action, of which the foregoing ?B
a copy, W?S filed in the ? ffice of the Judge of
said Court, at Union, in*the County of Union,
in said Htate, on the. lift h day of September,,
A. D. 1871. J. RICHARD LYNN.
"Motto's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fecer%
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impurities ff the Blood.
THESE BITTERS have now firmly esta?
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public aud the medical profession. Prepared
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Scculiarly adapt them-to all cases of General
debility, Nervous Prostration of the Sys?
AB an excitant of the appetite and a whole?
some aid to the process of digestion, they
Will be fonnd to be very effifcaeiona. while
their peculiar medical properties render them
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These Bittera will be found most wonder?
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medicinal staple Unlike the many noxious,
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the system without exciting undoo cerebral
action. They are without doubt the beat to?
nic and constitutional renovator ever offered
to the public. MOTTE A TARRANT,
Manufacturera and Sole Proprietor?,
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Factors and Commission
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_August 31 _ 4mo
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SOLICIT orders for-COTTON, Corn, Flor.r,
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Conversion of State Seonrttlea. hy
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