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THE DAM jB?PHONIX.
4,Let our Just Censure Attend the True Event." \l
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10 1871. VOL. VII-NoTtOtl
IDEEAH??? ^i^ouA^xa^-Tlie7 latest
rornor kablo movement .IB the ?migration
from leeland to Wieoonsiu of .twenty-five
families, who havo taken ap their'abodes
on Washington Island, at the month of
Greou Bay. These are bob the pion eera
. of the new movement. 25,OOO. of the
inhabitants of, tho frigid island are still
to como, and they will, it is said, spread
th om a ol ves along the line of the North
Paoi?o Railroad and through the coun?
try, bordering the Red River ol the
North. The population of Iceland was
once 100,000, nut it is now probably not
more than 70,000.'
_?? ? O. il'"
A TALI? OP Two CITIES.-"Throe mur?
ders sum up the record of the. horrors
produced by Sunday rum within the laut
twenty-four hours," says Monday's Now'
York Herald. "Love, hate and ram are
dointr the deadly work of cholora and
war,'' "I have the honor to announce
that I have no report to make," oaid the
Richmond (Va.) chief of police, on the
same morniug. - There had not been an
arrest mado during the previous forty
eight hours.. . Among tho latest lengthy
disquisition a of the New York press, was
ono showing tho sad religious destitu?
tion of tho ' Southern-'people, and the
need of sending them missionaries.
There aro indications, aooording to a
St. Paul (Minp.) paper, of a Fenian ga?
thering on our'North-west frontier, with
a view to raiding on Fort Garry, in Win
nip?giT?mtory. We* advise our Fenian
brethren not .to do it. 'They might be
successful,, but;the capture of the whole
Territory, with the Hudson Bay Com?
pany's property and all the half-breeds
in thd odhntry, would not help them
ono jot toward securing the liberty of
A negro in Madison, Go., attempted
to outrage j a respectable young lady, a
few, days ago, as abo was on hor way
home from Bch'ool, in company with a
younger brother. ' - He was unsuccessful
in the attempt, but. waa arrested and
confined in, jail. Tho excitement was
very gr eat,, and on Monday night a party
of armed men weht to the jail, forced
tho door, and shot the negro dead in bia
cell..i? ': : ;
An unknown colored man was found
on ?Tames Island, a few days ago, witb
his skull terribly fractured and several
cute on his face. ' At last ncoounts he
was in a comatose state but no hopes are
entertained of his recovery.
Mrs. Chloe Flatford, of Prince Wil?
liam . County, Ya., aged 116 years, fot
many years a pensioner, her husbani
being a soldier of the revolution, died
last week. x
A Cincinnati swimming bath keepei
left Ja rake standing under the water
and a youth impaled.himself on it fatal
ly while- diving.
Palmetto Academy, Richland County
^ IL TH? oxercises of this School wil
>!m be rosumed on MONDAY, Octobe
jfrriBgL.9. 1871. Tho objoct of it io to pre
XfB ?paT youth for tho University o
<fttyMtyhonth Carolina, or to qualify time
?dffSr for the active buainaas of lifo, fi
virtue of an arrangement made bj the Tr ns
tees with the State authorities, thia institutlo
now stands on a aolid basis, nader tho sup
port Of tho Stato. Tuition will be givon fro
of obarge. Board oan bo obtained at from $
totS a week. For further information, at
dresB EIVERS WItlGHT,
Sopt 20 . jj Principal, Gadsden. 8. C.
Columbia Male Academy. .
Classical and Mathematical School,
sj*. "THE next session will begin o
/JfMk. MONDAY. October 2. Thoatudit
-^ CjjSftfeembrace a full high Behool oourai
jrnSP For particulars, apply to tho ui
doreigned, or to Yr. J. H. Mullo:
Firat Assistant. HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Sopt 16_ Principal.
The World-Renowned Howe Sewin
Are the Oldest Established of Any inthe Worl
IN range of work this Machino cannot t
equalled. Will work equally trell on thu
or thin'goods, from gauze to bea; lest beavt
coatiaga, or even leather, without chango <
needle, tension or thread. Wo will warral
them to do thia. Our lino work la equal I
any, and onr heavy work oxcels that of ar
other machine in the world. Ladies winbin
to introduce the sewing into their families wi
find it a great saving of time, labor and e:
pense to at once purchase the neat. Perec?
who have tried ail machines are unanimous j
declaring this to be the easiest learned of ar
In tho market. If you are prejudiced in favi
of any particular machine, at least examb
THE HOWE before you purch?eo.
ALFRED 0. ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Omca three doors oelow Dr. Hoiniteh'a Drt
. Store, Main street, Columbia, S. 0.
8ept 21_- 8m o
New Bucks! New Books!! New Books
THE DOMESTIC LIFE OF THOS. JE
FERBQN. Byjkis grand-daughter, 8ari
N. Randolph'. $2.60.
Reminiscences of Fifty Years. By Ma
Boyd; *1.75. -
"At Last." A Christmas in the West I
.dies, g By Charles Kingsley, with many iUt
"Light ind Electricity." By J. Tjnda
Tho Coming Paco; or,The New Utopia.
Six Boye, A Mother'? Story. By the An
rican. Tract Society. $1.25. ft
The' Earthly Paradiao. A Poem. Ry fl
liam Morris. Three vol?mes. $1.60.
"Ernestine'." 'By George Sand. 75o.
Terriblo Temptation. By Chas. Reade, &
AIBO, a large selection of new Novels by t
beat authors, just received and for ?ale at pt
Usher's prices, by BRYAN & McOARTElt
ThornweR'8 Colleoted Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volum
embellished with Dr. TkornweH'a p
trait.' fi per volume.
Memorien of-PatinoB. By MacDoiY. $2.
The Conservative Reformation and its Tl
ology, . By Rev. Charles P. Krowtb, D. D.
The Unseen World. By Rev. Br. Stork.
Her Lord and Maat or. By Florence Mary
Won, not Wooed. By the author of Brod
the Bone, ?o 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. By Charles Rea
Uniform edition of Grace Agnllor'a Wor
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ire, at $1 per volume.
The above booka sent to any address, p
paid, on reoeipt of prioe
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Bookseller!
?\K CASES CONCENTRATED LYE. ]
reoeivedand for salo low. at wbolei
and retail, by JOHN AGNEW A SOI
The raffle for Temperance Hall, Ac,
positively tako placo on the lOthNovembe
^??ET^AV^^AtiD CllIlK OF CON?
SUMPTION.-The. primary cansa of Con?
sumption ia derangement of tho digestivo or
gaue. ThiB derangement producta dtllcient
nutrition and aaoimUatiou. By assimilation
I mean that process by which th? im triment of
the food IA eon Vi ried into blood, and t boneo
into tho EolidB of the body, Pereons with
digestion thus impairod, having tho slight?
est pro-dleposltion to pulmonary diner, so,
or if they take cold, will bo voryliabloto havo
Oonsumption of tho Lungs in some of its
former, and I hold that it will bo impossible
to cure any case of Consumption without drat
restoring a good digestion and healthy assimi?
lation. Tho very first thing to bo dono is to
cloanBO thu stomach and bowels from all dis?
eased mucus and alimo, which is clogging
these organs BO that thoy cannot perform
their functions, and then rousoup and reetoro
tho liver to a healthy action. For this pivr
poBO tho surest and beut remody is Bchcuck's
Mandrake Pills. Theso Pills clean tho sto?
mach and bowels of all tho dead and morbid
slime that is calming disease and decay in tho
whole system. They will clear out tho liver
inf all disoasod hilo that has accumulated
Ibero, and rouao it up to a now and healthy
action, by which natural and healthy hilo ia
The stomach, bowels and liver aro thoa
cloauaed by tho UBO of Schouck's Mandrake
Pills; but there remains in tho stomach nu
excess of acid, tho organ ia torpid and the
apotito poor. In tho bowels tho lactoals aro
weak, and requiring strength and support. It
is in a condition like this that Bckenck's Sea?
weed Tonio proves to bo tho most valuable
remedy over discovered. It ia alkalino, and
its use will neutralizo all excess of acid, mak?
ing tho stomach sweet and fresh; it will give
permanent tone to this important organ, and
creato a good, hearty appetite, and preparo
tho system for tho first yrocess of a good di
Sealion, and ultimately mako good, healthy,
ving blood. After this preparatory treat?
ment, what romains to cure most CSSCB of
Consumption ia tho free and persevering uso
of Schouck's PulmonicSyrup. Tho Pulmonio
By rup nourishes tho system, purifies tho blood
and is readily absorbed into tho circulation,
and thence distributed to the diseased lungs.
There it ripens all morbid mattera, whether
in the form of abscoasos or tubercles, and
then assists Nature to expel all tho diseased
matter, in tho form of tree expectoration,
when once it ripens. It is then, by the groat
healing and purifying properties of Boheuek't
Pulmonic Syrup, that all ulcers and cavitict
aro healod up Bound,and my patient is cured
The ossontial thing to no done in'euri np
Consumption is to get up a good appetite ant
a good digestion, so that tho body will grot\
in fiosh and got strong. If a person baa dis
eased lungs-a cavity or abscess there-tb I
cavity cannot beal, tho matter cannot ripen
so long as the system is bolow par. What ii
necessary to euro ia a now order of things- :
good appetite, a good nutrition, tho body ti
grow in ficah and get fat: then Nature ii
helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter wil
ripen and bo thrown off in largo quantities
and tho person regain health and strength
This id*tho truo and only plan to euro Con
sumption, and if a person is very bad. if th
lunga aro not entirely destroyed, or even i
ono lung is entirely gone, if there is onougl
vitality loft in tho other to heal up, thcro i
1 havo seen many person? oured with onl
ono sound lung, live and enjoy life to a goo
old age. This is what Schouck's Medicine
will do to cure Consumption. They will clea
ont the stomach, sweeten and strengt hen ii
get up a good digestion, and givo nature th
assistance sho needs to clear the system of a
the disease that is in the lungs, whatever th
form may be.
It is important that whilo using Scheuch'
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not t
take cold; keep in-doors in cold and dam
weather; avoid night air, and take out-doc
exercise only in a genial and warm sun-shin
I wish it distinctly understood that when
recommend a patient to be careful in reg ai
to taking cold, while using my medicines, I ci
so fer a special reason. A man who has bi
partially recovered from tho effects ot a bs
cold is far mure liable to a relapse than ot
who han been entirely ourod; and it ia precia
ly the same in regard to Consumption, t
long as the lungs are not perfectly beale
just SO long ia there imminent danger of a IV
return of the disease. Hence it ia that 11
strenuously caution pulmonary patten
against oxposing themselves to an atmoBphe:
that is not genial and pleasant. Contirmi
Consumptives' lungs are a mass of sore
which tho least chango of atmosphere will i
llamo. The grand secret of my success wil
my medicines consists In my ability to aubib
inti animation instead of provoking it, aa mai
of the faculty do. An inflamed lung cantu
with safety to the patient, bo exposed to tl
biting blasts of winter or the chilling winds
spring or autumn. It should bo careful
shielded from all irritating influences. Tl
utmost caution should bo observed in tl
partioular, as without it a cure, under aime
any circumstances, is au impossibility.
Tho person should be kept on a wholesor
and nutritious diet, and all the medicines co
tinued until the body has restored to it t
natural quantity of flash and strength.
I waa myself cured by this treatment nf t
worst kind of Gonsnmption, and have lived
ffet fat and hearty theso mauy years, with o
ung , mostly gone. I have cared th otis an
since, and very many have been oured by tl
treatment whom I bave never econ.
About the 1st of October I expect to ta
possession of my new building, at tim Non
east corner of Sixth and Arch streets, whe
I shall bo pleased to givo advico to all w
may require it.
Fall directions accompany all my remedi
so that a person in any part of tho world c
be readily curod by a strict observance of I
same. J. H. BOHENCK, M. D., Pbiladclphl
For Bale by druggists and dealers eve
where. JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Fis
New York, wholesale agent,_Nov 10 t
ON MARRIAGE. Essays for yoong men
great social evils and abuses, w hich ?ni
fere with marriage and ruin tho happinos
thousands; with sore, means of relief for
erring and unfortunate, diseased and del
tated. Sent in sealed lotter envelopes, fre
ob argo. Address HOWARD A 88001ATP
No. 2 Bonth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ps
Sont 5_ 3ra
PBClAjj; ATTKVTIOM given . to the >
leotion of Commercial Paper, Inte
on Btate and Railroad Bonds and Stocks,
Conversion of State Seoarlties, by
Nov 23 fimo P QAMBBILL. Broke
OLD BANK BILLS ana MUTILAT
CURRBNOY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Orno D. GAM KRILL. Broke
Yoa may secure a valqablo prizo by
abasing a ticket in tho Columbia Co-op
tivo Building Acsociation.
THE WARNING HAS BEEN HEEDED.
Binoo the ozpoanro of the attempts made by
oortain unscrupulous local doalcre, to palm
off their coarso astringents, mado from cheap
and impuro materials, in thc place of tho
groat national tonic, noSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS, public opinion has set
strongly against thoeo empirics and their
preparations. Their occupation is gone, or.
soon will bc. When tho light is lot into de?
ception, it soon wilts down. Persone who
trido with their own hoalth, by using un?
known preparations, with no guarantee to
BUstaiu thom, whoo au established specific,
proven by twenty yearn' experience to bo ex?
actly what it is claimed to bo, is within their
reach, aro auro to repent their temerity.
Many havu dono so in thia inatance, but it is
hoped that tho truth plainly spoken has ar?
rested tho ovil. lu tho meantime, tho de?
mand for tho leading protective and rcetorn
tivo medicine of America was novcr so great
an it baa been tbia season. From tho fever
and aguo dialriota of tho Wost, South-woat
and South, il is literally overwhelming, and it
may bo said of tho advices from nil parta ol
tho country of tho euroa it ia cflecling in dys?
pepsia, bilious complaints, und chronic con?
stipation, that "their namo ia lesion." Every?
where tho aick and fcublo acorn to have
realized tho importauco of "holding fast that
which is good," and of avoidiug what ia spu?
rious and dangcrotia. Sept 20 |3
Vegetable Blood and Liver Fills.
Pure Btt?T Pure Blood! Pure Fleth!
AMUCH needed medicino, in all tropica!
climates, ia a Blood Purifier and a Liva
Regulator. Thoeo PILLS combino thc essen?
tial properties'of an Invigorator of tho Livoi
and Purifier of Ibo Blood. Tho largest orgai
in tho body ia tho Livor. It is the grca'
work-shop of tho body. When thia important
organ docs not act, tho hkin bocomc-s sal
low; Bick headache sets in, with chilly sensa
tiona; cold hands and feet; pain in tho bead
hectic fovor; gaatric disturbance: vomiting; i
feeling of weicht in tho region of the Liver; i
dry Cough. Among oilier symptoms of livo
derangemtnt, aio aorcucsB in th? regi?n o
tho livor, acroaa tho stomach, and below th
ribs; oppressed stomach; faco sometime
Hushed; feverishness in tho afternoon or a
night; drowainoBB and indolence: ncrvou
watchfulness at night: melancholy, bluce
dreams, commonly frightful; cheat oppresse"
and heavy; darting pains in the abdomen
faintness;*sighing; difficult and Bhort breutb
pain in tho chest, about tho lunge, common!
mistaken for pleurisy; shifting pains, lik
thoBO of rheumatism; colics; somctimca
Bhort, sharp cough, with dryness of throal
unpleasant throbbing about tho stomach; e>
COBS of dandruff, auu scurfy deposit on th
akin; falling of tho hair; fulness and atraituee
of tho abdomen, with dCBire to loosen th
clothing, ?our Btomach, with symptoms <
dyspopaia; bilious colics; diarrhoea; dyaoi
tory; fevera;obstinate constipation; interim
tent fever, or fever and ague; jaundice; coi
liveness and diarrheot alternately; expeetori
lion stringy and sticky; foul month in il
morning, often nauaea and vomiting; dizz
noaa; pain in tho right shoulder, aoractinn
in ahouhlcr-blade; inability to lie ou loft aid
hiccough; occasionally, pain in left ahouldc
boaaonable nae of tho BLOOD AND LIVE
PILLS, taken BB directed, will always prcvei
thia painful tcrnduatinn of the disorder.
These Pilla aro for aalo by
EDWARD H. KEINITSIT,
August 30 t_Chcmiat and Drugciat.
~~D?7s. P. F ANT'S ~
IS oempoaod of tho best Anti-p
tffiSEffife.riodic Touica known to the medic
m.j profeeaion. Tho addition of certa
Waa ingredients has completely d
?flBEpft guised the tanto of the Tonio pri
^?ULW oiple aa to render it palatable, ov
to tho moat faBtidiona.
It augmenta the energy of thu vital fm
lions, exerting a powerful inti ut nee over t
digestivo, aafcimnlative, sanguiniforoua a
It provea salutary in Ibo debility com
quent upon all malarious diet-at-ea, yiolt
bodily or mental exertion, iu wchkneea of t
COOBtitution Ot both aexea, in nervous vert if
head-ache, tio-dolon ui, and many Im
pains, dependent on deficient energy in t
nervous ayalelh. It alco pneaet-een hunt
and alterative pr< perlies, and will remove
biliouantBS from the a tom a ch, inert at-e t
appetite, and invigorutu the whole B\attm
Prepared only by S. F. FANT,
Newberry, S. C
For Bale at W. C. FISHER'S
New Frog Storo,
Oppoaite Columbia Hotel,
Anguat 0 Gtnjn_Columbia. 8. C
Kinsman 8?f Howell,
Factors and Commissk
Liberal Advances made L
Cotton and JYaval Ston
Charleston, S. C,
_August 31_' _4m
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM .ay friends
^>*<21 public in general that I h
^C??*2WjnBt rooeivod an entire
^ ?atock of Double au d Singlo I
rel GUNS, REPEATERB, Flaaka. Pone
Piatol-Itelta, Caps. Ruck-Shot, Cartridi
Cartridges for ali kinds of Pistols, Pov
REPAIRING done at Bhort notice.
Oct B_P. W. KRAFT. Main atrct
The Dexter Stables.
m "?fl THE undersigned have
?tWLi moved their Stables to tho
WnlkJ^m, building, immediately Soul
'W??fi?tyft'anney'B Halt, and, with a
W^5JF Tatock of CARRIAGES, B
G?E8 anu fino HORSE8, aro prepared to
?wer all calla that may be made npon tl
HoraoB bought and sold on commiei
Persona in want of good stock, are invite
give IIB a oall. Liberal advances mad
stock loft for aalo. ROYCE A C
W. H. BOYCE.
C. II. PKTTIHOILX.._ Jan
Old Virginia Hams,
a1,000 lbs. Virginia (conntry-ct
HAMS, tor salo by
Tho radio for Temperance Hall, Ac,
positively take placo on the 10th Noveml
IN view of ibo influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
by tbe prevaloncu of tbo yel
_S?lo*w fever in Charleston, the
proprietor ot ROSE'S HOTliL ba? concluded
to re-open bin establishment for tho accom?
modation of thu public at once, and therefore
withdraws tho proposals hu has heretofore
inede fdr its bivio or lease.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
as a first class bonne of entertainment, and
special provision will be made for the comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibua will bo found at
every arriving train. W. E. HOSE.
AuL'iist 30 __ _
AFEW reasons'wi?y Uiry sTioub.l have the
preference over all other*:
1. Whcoler Sc Wilson's Sewing Machino is
much simpler than any of tho others; re?
quiring lees than half the amount ot ma?
2. As the result of Ibis simplicity, this ma?
chine is much less liable thau thc others lo
get out of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity is
\ 1. Anothor result is Ices friction, ard, con?
sequently, greater caaO and rapidity of mo
Uou, with Ichs noise.
5. And grcatcat of all, that il uses no Shut?
tle, and makCB the lock stitch.
It is tho cheapest to buy the beat. Buy tho
machino that oas justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation und independence
against a strong and bitter competition. For
more than twenty years bas tho Wheeler h
Wilson not only stood Brat and foremost, but
now stands tho uniivalled Sewing Machine of
tho enlightened civilized world. Buy tho ma?
chino that haB been thua teated and proved,
and thon you aro sure to get the best. For |
salo on tho easiest possible terms. Sales?
room Main btreet, second door below FBOSNIX
ofllco, Columbia, S. C.
J. S. FURSLEY, Agent.
A. WnvTF., General Southern Ageut.
"GBff??L NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 5300.O0O.
John B. Palmer, President.
. A. G. Brenizur, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Orogg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMaa
ter, lt. D. Benn, nt B. D. Semi A Son; G. IV.
Bennien, of Copeland A Bearden; ll.Ii. Bryan,
of Bryan & McO?rter; W. C. Swaftield, of Ii.
& Wi G. Rwaflicld.
F. W. McMastor, Solicitor.
THIS Bank is now open tor tho transaction
of a general hanking business.
CEUTIFICATKS OK DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at the rale of seven (7)
per cent, per annum, in kind, will bo issued.
Deposita from County Oflictrs especially so?
licited; also, from lYustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Meit, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts nf
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and the usual accommodations ox
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Cold, Silotr bought and sold.
Mutilated Cu< rency purchased at a email
Sight Drafts drairn direct on allthepromi
tient placea in Englouti, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Ben
mark and the Orient. Leta rs of Ci edit issued,
I ayablo in any of the above places
Drafts on all Hui pi ominen, cities in tin
United States bought und sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel
Open from 9 to 8. Keb 28 ly
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
j Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TEE RA TE fl
HEVEN PER CENT. PER ANN I'M.
ON CERTIFICA'JES OE DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
.MONTHS ON ACCOUNTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer, t ,, .. ,
John P. Thomas, \ Vic^-Presidc-ots.
A. G BretltZer, Caahier. .
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cashiir, i
chm ge of Hi anchi s.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant (Jashll-i.
Wado Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kel), F. W. MoMaeter, John P. Thomas. E. II.
lleinituh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
O. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravunel. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or
[ihanB and others may here deposit tin ir sav?
age and draw a liberal rate of interest there.
I on. Planters, Professional Men and Trasteo?
wishing to draw interest on their Innds anti]
thoy require them for bceincus or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to sot apart small
tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors ( whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of doath, by
(.heir legal representatives,) wielling to lay
aside funds for future UBB. aro bore afforded
an opportunity of dopositing their moans
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
tho same time, be subject to withdrawalwhen
8eegers' Beer is Pare.
IT don't contain CococnhiB Indiens Fish
Borries to make sleepy or headache.
American Club Fish.
>?*?f3T&?& A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much cheaper than Sardines. For salo
Meals furnishod at all hours at POLLOCKS'.
"Motte's Victoria Tonio Bitters."
For the etti e of Dyspejisia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, Gene.rnl Debility,
and all Impurities cf the Blood.
THESE BITTE IIB have now lJrraly etda
blishcd themselves in the favor of the
public and thu medical profession. Prepared
hom pur*ly vegetable ingredicnla of ??fct??w*
lodged efucioy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophrylacticqnalitiee
peculiarly adapt them to all caaos of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of tho Bya
Aa an excitant of the appetite and a whole
aomo aid to tho procese ol' digestion, they
will ho found to be very cfucaoions, while
their peculiar medical propcrtlea render thom
of unequaled value to those subject to Chills
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
Theso Bitters will bo found most wonder?
fully beneficial irt all casca of Debility and Ir
regularities of Females. Wbercaoever intro?
duced, they become a Btandard articlo- a
medicinal staple. Unlike tho many noxious
stimulants advertised, they braco and fortify
tho aystom without exciting undue cerebral
action. They are without doubt thc beat to?
nic and constitutional renovator over offered
to the public. MOTTE A TARRANT,
Manufacturera aud Sole Pronrietors,
Newberry, S. C.
Sold by E. IT. HEiKiTsn, Columbia's. C.
Kept Ki '_Gmo
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight I? Priceless!
Hut the DiamomL Spectacles xci'.t J'reserve lt.
IF von value vour eyesight uso Ihtbo PER?
FECT IJE^SKS. Ground from minuto
cryatal pebbles, melted together, and derivo
thfcir namo "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They will last mauv
ycara without change, and are warranted su?
perior ? o all tithers, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER A CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-Nono genuine unless stamped
with our trade mara. WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, ia solo agent for Columbia, S.
C., from whom they can only be obtained.
No peddlers omployed._ July 20 llt?y
Thc Great Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S O A TiTFOBJiTA.
jj Hundreds of Thousands g*3
"fZ k Duar testimony to their wonderful ^ |>?
Curative Efrocta. C.?p
I SS WHAT ARE THEY? f?3
TTIET ARE NOT A VILE
*|*FANCY DR INKyff i
Marlo of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and. Kofuaa Liquors, aocioru.1, spiced,
und sweetened to pleuro thc tute, ca'ted "Tonics
" Appotlzors," lleatorera," &c.,that lea l tho
tippier ou to drunken nus* aud ruin, but aro a truo
Medicine, mudo tro in tho Nativo Hoot i and
Herts of California, froo from all Alcoholio
Stimulants. They nm i hoGrKE AT BLOOD
PURL FIE H. and TJIPB GTVINQ PttLW
CIPXiE, a perfect Innovator und lnvijiorutor
ut the System; cnrrviiur off all poisonous matter,
und restoring tbotlooito a healthy condition.
No person can take thewj Bitters, according to
??rec tiona, and renmin long unwell.
fyi o O will bo given for an incurablo ea?i?. pro.
?. itTing lli? bones uro not deaf ro j ed l>y rai perol
j.-iisoim or other means, and tho vitnl ornant
wanted beyond tho point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Hhou
matiain. and Gout. Dyspopsia, or Indi*
go st ion. Bilious, Kemlttont, and Inter?
mittent llovera, Disensos of tho Blood,
Liver, BLidnoya, and Bladder, lhe?.aBit
tors have been rimal successful; Buch Dis?
ci aso3 arc caused by Vitiated Blood,'whieh
is generally /produced by dcruu^iauut ot tho
They Invigorate tho stomach, ana stimulato
tho torpid liver and bowels, vrhioh render them
of unequalled efficacy in clounsln* tho blood of
all impur i tlc?, and Imparting new lifo und vigor
to tho whole system.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, rieadacho,
l'.-iin iu the Shoulder*, Coucha, Tightness of tho
Cuest. Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Pud Taato ia
the Mouth, lUdioiiB Attacks, Palpitation or tho
Heart. Copious Discharges of- Urine; Pain In
tho regions of tho Kidnoys, nnd a hundred other
painful symptoms, which aro Uia offsprings of
Dyspepsia, aro eured by thcao Hitters.
Cleauao tho Vitiated Blood whenever yon And
Ha impurities bursting through tho akin iit Pim
Jiles, Km pt ions, or Sures; cleanse it when it is
oui, and your feelings l?ill tell you when. Keen
tho blood puro and tho health ot the ayateni will
PIN, TArE, an.l other WORMS, lurking In
the aynlem of BO many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed and removed.
For full directions, read carefully tho circular
around each bottle, printed in four languages
English, German, French, and Spanish.
J. WALKEll, 32 &. 34 Commerce Street, N. Y.
Prorrlftor. lt. H. McDON.vLD & CO.,
Druggists and Oeneral Agent?,
San Francisco, California, and 33 and34 Oom
merco fit?vet, N. Y. .
Oar .SOLD BY ALL DRUaOI8T3 AND
DEALERS. - ,
D2g||}Hly GEIGER ft. MoOREOOH. Agi*,
M. H. BERRY'8
Main Slrett, near Plain.
NoW un baud and daily re
c- iviog from the manufac
tories of New York, 'Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, coriaiating
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din?
ing-Room Ruits; 200 Bedsteads ul different
patterns, in Warnet and Imitation; also, the
oolobrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES mado to order.
UPHOLSTER INO and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beat manner.
_Terms cash and Gooda cheap. Oct 80
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
Ihoir health. March ll
? ,! } Change ot 8ohe<iule.' ?
GENERAL. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA R. R. CO.,
WlLMTNOTUN, N. O.^AtJODBT C, 1871.
be run by trains on ibis road: ,
DAT EXPRESS THAIN [DAILY . ]
Leave Wi lillington [Union Depot | 8.60 A.M.
Arrive at Florence. 9.18 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville. 12.20 F. M.
Losvo Kingsville. 0.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 12 08 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington.5 80P. M.
NIOHT EXPRESS THAIN, [DAILY,] SUNDAY EX
CF TT KO
Leave Wilmington........'.. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Florence...... 1.34 A. M.
Arrivo at Kingsville. 8 45 A.M.
Leave Kingsville..'.'....' i "... 3.45P.M.
Atrivo at Florence_.11.05 P.M.
Arrive at Wilmington. 5 50 A. M.
Atig 9 JOHN C. WINDER. Oen'l Enp't.
Uiiartotte. Columbia ana Augusta ft. K
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4, 1871.
KS cseu, CBRtTSWtttf ON and after SUN DAI
jpgnext. Otb I nst. .tho follow?
ing schedule will bo run over this road:
. Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Loovo Augusta.3.?5 A. M. COO V. M. .
Leave Columbia.8.05 A. M. 11.00 P. M..
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P.. M. 5.20 A. M.. :
OOIXO souTn. . .
Leave Cbarlotto.7.40 A.M.- 8.15 P.M.
Leavo Columbia.1.57 P. M. . 2.30 A. M.
Arrive Augusta.C.50 P. M. 7.30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Roth trains mako close con?
nection to all points North, South and.WeBt.
No. 1 Train makes close connection at Bich?
mond for Virginia Springe.
Through tickets sold and baggage checked
to all principal points. Standard time-Wash?
ington City limo, 1G minutes faster Uian this
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen.Frolght and Tick ot Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMT-AKY,
COLUMCIA, b. C., Juno 0, 1871.
ES flan Ol pu^KHCK, Change of Schedule
fi^WWiSa^tgHo go Into effect OJ
und after Sunday, Urti instant:
MAIL AM) r-AHHKNOF.il THAIN.
Leave Columbia- at..7.40 am
Arrivo at Charleston at. .3.20 p m
Leave Charlcstonat.8.20 a th
2 rrive at Columbia at. .8.40 p m
NTOUT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sunday9 excepted.]
Leave Columbia at. ;.7.60 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.i.. .0.46 a m
Leave Charleston at....i.7.10pm
Arriva at Columbia at.COO a ra
Camden Accommodation Train will con
tinuo to run to Columbia as lormerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Hatnrdays.
A. L. TYLER. Vice-president/
S. B. PICKINH, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
.COLUMBIA, B. C., MABCH 1,1871. '
f3?a?aMiPBMflHHCl ON and after thia
fe^ffS-ggigg^ggdato, tho following
schedule will be run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains cn Booth Caro?
lina Bailroad np and down; also with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad:
Leave Columbia at.7.00 a. m.
" Alston.?1.10 a. rn?
" Newberry. 11.15 a.m.
" Cokesbury.3.00 p.m.
" Belton.6.00'p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. fi.30p.rn.
Leave Greenville at. 6.15 a. m.
" Bolton.8.05 a. m.
11 Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
?. Abbeville.8 16 a. m.
" Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston.A..4.05 p.m.
Arrivo at Columbia.5.55 p. m..
TH OH. DOD AM EAD, General Sup.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NOBTH CAROLINA R. B. CO ,
COMPANY BUOPS, N. C., June 8,1871.
iZE.MB PPBgSWEj ON and after SUNDAY,
all?MtSK?S^ Jane 4, 1871, TRAINS will
be run over this Road in accordai ce with tho-,
following TIME TABLE.
Trains Going East. Trains West..
Anni VE. LEAVE. AB HIVE. LEAVE..
Charlotte 5.35 am 3.10 pm
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8.23 am 5.20 pm 5.80 pm
Gr'u8b'oll.08amll.l3 am 8.25 pm 8.85 pm.
Co8hopl2.40 pm 1.05pm 0.56 p m 10.16 prn
Hillsb'ro2.28pm 2.83pm 11.35 p m 11.87 p m-.
Raleigh 5.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a m.
Goldsuoro 7-20 a m
Trains Going East. Trains Weat.
Charlotte7.15am 8 00 p m
Saliab'ry 4.32 a m 4 37 a m 5.15 p m 5.26 p m>
Gr'nsb'o 1.25am 135 am 2.10 pm 2 20 p m
Co Shop 11.87 pm 12.02 am 12.30 pm 12 50 pic.
Hiltsbrol0.07pml0.C9am ll 07 a m 11.10 a ms
Raleigh 6.58 p m 7 40 a m 8.45 a m
Goldsb'o 3.00 p ni
Jane 6_W. H. GREEN, Mas. Tran?.
Schedule on Blue Bidget Bailroad.
nwBHHjjiBn Leave Anderson..0.00 P. Bf.
iSSn?ii^y " Pendleton.7.00
Arrive at WatHaBa.HU) "
Loave Walhalla.8.45 A. M.
" Perryville. 4.80 . ?'
" Pendleton.5.80 "
Arrive at Anderson.6.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrivai
of np train on Greenville and Columbia Road..
July 2_W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sop,
Summer Schedule S. & U. B. B.,
To Commence 29th May, 1871.
^rramraq DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
gjggjwsjBE Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave
Spartanbnrg.. 5 80 6.25
Batesvillo. 6 00 6.00 4.?8 4.6fr
Pacolet. 6 08 6.18 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6 48 4.05 4.10
Uuionville. 7 25 7.60 3 05 8 25.
Santuo. 8 20 8 26 2 30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2 10 2.15
Shelton. 9.15 9 20 1 85 L.40?
Ly lee* Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 . 1-17
Strother. 10 05 10 10 12.50 12.55
Aluton. 11.00 12-00
May 24 THOA. D. JETER, President.
NO Fill IS USED IB WASHING.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
THIS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,,
soft,hard or salt. It remevos grease.,
oil and paint from garments, lt washes ali
kinds of goods-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry^
without scratching. It the articles are much'
tarnished, rab them with a piece of flannel,
which has plenty of the Soap on it. To people
who do their own waBhiug, it ie invaluable.
It will save its cost in o: c washing. For salo,,
in boxes of thirty-six bars, bv
April 9_Agent for South Parolina.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old. at
FeV 21 JOHN 0.8EE?ER8V
DON'T oontaln Strychnine. Iliapare, and
warranted to be so. March ll.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Oro core and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, fr. o.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Flonru
Bacon, Lard, ?to,, and Family Groceries*,
generally. Orders filled carefully an d prompt?
CBOUNTY CLAIMS AND JURY CBR.TI
/ Kic ATES bought by
Feb 6 D. GAMBRILL, Broker..