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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
STATUARY FOB THB OAFTTOE.-Under I
?ongreeslpn invitation, each of the old
thirteen ia to send statues of two ol its
great men in the timen which tried mon's |
8 oui a to stand aa exemplars to tho pre?
sent in the old. hall ot tho House of Bop-1
resentatives, in the capitol at Washing?
ton. Rhode Island has already sent
statues of Roger Williams / and the
Qunkoi Gen. Green, and now Connecti?
cut has her contribution, Jonathan Tr um?
bali and Roger Sherman, ready for1
transportation.' Trumbull was at first
paymaster of the Continental forces,
then Washington's secretary and first j
' aid, or chief of staff, as we would say,
and after the war was Representativo and I
Senator in Congress, and then Governor1
of Connecticut to the timo of bid death.
Roger Sherman, signed the Declaration
of Independence, was a member of the
committee drafting; tb? article? of con?
federation, and in the convention fram?
ing the Constitution, and signed all three
documents. Prom 1774 to 1793, from
his fifty-third year to his death, ho was
uninterruptedly in Congress, first the
old Continental and then undor the Con?
stitutional, and died a Senator. Good
men and true, both. :
NOBLE Olio MAN.-He Btill lives. His
name is Truro, and he resides in Omaha,
at the advanced age of 104. He drinks
four gin smashes daily, frequently walks
fourteen miles and. splits np four cords
of oak wood before dinner, and can read
the finest print without the aid of an ear
trampet. .
The hotel in New England with the
longest name is the Quoquinnapssakes
soanogog House, .at% Hampton Beach.
It has only one lotter less than tho whole
alphabet. ' " _ . ,
Pelotas Commercial School,
Over Citizens' Havings Rank,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic,
IMPARTED hy LECTURES and
PRACTICAL LESSONS. In a singlo
i .'ffltf- young gontlomen aro prc
paiuu Xor tho duties of the counting h on so or
bank. Hours-4 to G and 7 to 0 o'clock P. M. I
;Oct?_
Dresa-Makero Wanted.
FOUR competent hands can obtain em?
ployment bv immediato application to
"MRS. M. J. MORRISON,
Oct 3 3_over. Kinard's Store.
O. B. MELTON. W. A. CIj A UK.
Law Firm.
MELTON & CLARK.
THE Law Firm of Carroll, Melton & Jannoy
having been dissolved, I have associated
with me, In tho practice of Law, W. A.
Clark, Esq. Tho business will hereafter be
conduoted in the firm name of Moiton Jb
Clark. C. D. MELTON.
Pot 3_Imo
3. v. o.vmioLL. OUMU.ES F. JANNEY.
CARROLL & JANNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Office oyer Glaze's Jewelry Store.
Oct 3 :? 1 2oio
. Citizens' Savings Bank of S. C.
ALL. 8AVINGS DEPOSITS mado in this
.BauU on or before tho 5th' day of each
calendar month will boar interest for that
month as if deposited on tho lat Instant.
J. 0. B. SMITH,
Oct 1 5 Assistant Cashier.
T. B. CLARKSON,
G IO SIKH. a. I. AGENT,
Factor and Commission Merchant.
Office at Dr. Heinitsh's Drug Store,
Oct 1 COLUMBIA, 8.0._Imo
GIFT 'CONCERT
IN aid of Publio Library State of Kentucky.
$550,000 in GREENBACKS to bo distri?
buted. Tickets may bo obtained of
J. FISHER,
' Sept 20 tC At W. O. Fisher's Drug Store.
Farm for Sale.
CONTAINING 200 acres, more or less, three
miles from Columbia. For particulars,
apply to Dr. J. W. Parker, or td
J. M. CRAWFORD,
. j Sept IC timo_Cotton Town.
For Sale.
TWO LOTS fronting on Upper street, bo
Ween Marian and Bull atreetB. Ono of
fonr acres, with a small house and excellent
well of water. The other contains three acres,
all enclosed by a good fefice.
ALSO,
An aero of .Ground, with a Cottage on it,
situated on the South-east corner of the square
on which Trinity Church stands.
ALSO,
Half acre Lot on the corner of Picken? and
Laurel streets.
ALSO,
Several improved Lots in tho city, and in tho
country sundry Plantations, Mills and Wood?
land. Among the plantations ho offers ono of
the best, if not the very best, Btook farms, of
its eizo, (1,200 acres,) in the State.
J. W. PARKER,
Sopt 16 Hmo Real Patato broker.
If You Want Sohool Books,
po to BRYAN & MoOARTER, who have a
VJT fresh supply of English;'French, Ger?
man and classical SCHOOL BOOKS, also of
Sohool Stationery of every description, all for
sale at lowest market ratos._Hoot lil '
ARTHUR C. MOORE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
. COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
HAS REMOVED bis oflico tu No. 2. Law
Range. ? ;. ,_July 4 i3mo
'. 'M Look to Your Interest.
Sfctfaj&Mffll THE best MUAT in tho Market
WBSSjSaWcari bo had at our stall, at 8. 10
JBSZH AnA 12i cents per pound. Orders
for large' or amah (juan titles, from 'city,vor
country, filled promptly. ..*';.
, STARLING & POPE,
August 8 \\H , Stalls 3 and 5.
", Seegers' Reer is Pure.
TT don't, contain Coooeulus Indiens Flab
JL Berries to mako sloppy or hoadache.
Seegers' Beer ia Pure. ~
IT dpn't Contain Oqpperas, Salt. Lime or
Alum._;_March ll
Fish.
WE aro sound on the FISH question.
* New MACKEREL-Boston inspec?
tion-in kits, half barrels and barro e.
Also. "Mess Mackerel." These aro strange
FisH-having neither heads nor tails.
Also, Codfish, Tongues and Sounds, highly
recommended by tho laoulty.
For salo hy_GEO. SYMMERB.
Macoaroni, &c
fi)A CASES Italian MACOARONI.
fi\ J 5 cases Vermacolli.
. 1 caso Tapioca.
Boa Moss Farina, Arrow Root, A-c.
All frosh. GEO. SYMMERS.
JSX^OOIAX 1ST ot 1 oos.
j . Lea & Perrins' Sauce,
Pronounced bj Connoisseurs
??THE ON Ii Y UOOD SAUCE."
It im provea appctito and digeation, and it is
unrivaled for ita flavor. .
Wo are directed by Menura. LEA. &, PER?
RINS to proscenio all parties malling or vend?
ing oountorfoits.
. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Ang 15 jCmo_Agonts, Now York.
IHK CaUSE ARD CU II IC OK CON
BUMPTION.-Tho primary canso of Con?
sumption is derangement of tho digestivo or?
gans. Thia derangement produces deficient
nutrition and assimilation. Dy assimilation
I moan that procoea by which tho nu trim ont of
tho food is converted into blood, and thonco
into tho solidB of tho body, Persons with
digestion thus impaired, having tho slight?
est pro-disposition to pulmonary disease,
or if they take cold, will bo vory liabloto bavo
Consumption of tho Lungs in tomo of its
forms; and I hold that it will bo impossiblo
to oure any case of Consumption without first
restoring a good digeation and healthy assimi?
lation. Tho very first thing to bo dono ia to
demise tho stomach and bowels from all dis?
eased mucus and slime, which ia clogging
those organa BO that they cannot perform
their functions, and then rouse up and restore
tho liver to a healthy action. For thia pur?
pose the surest and best remedy ie Schmuck's
Mandrake Pills. Theao Pills olean tho sto?
mach aud bowols of all tho dead and morbid
slime that is causing dieoaac and decay in tho
whole system. They will clear out tho liver
of all diacaacd hilo that has accumulated
there, and rouse it np to a new and healthy
action, by which natural and healthy hilo ia
accreted.
Tho atomach, bowols and liver aro thus
oleanaod by tho uso of Schonck'a Mandrake
Pille; but there remains in tho stomach an
excess of acid, tho organ ia torpid and the
apetite poor. In tho bowols tho lacteal^ arc
weak, and requiring strength and support. Il
is in a condition like this that Schenck'a Sea?
weed Tonic provea to bo the moat valuable
romody over discovered. It ia alkaline, anil
its uso will neutralize all excess of acid, mak?
ing tho stomach eweot and fresh; it will givt
permanent tono to thia important organ, ant
creato a good, hearty appetite, and prepare
tho ay td em for tho flrat procese of a good di
gestion, and ultimately mako good, healthy
living blood. After thia preparatory treat
ment, what remains to euro moat casca o
Conaumption ia the froo and persevering UBI
of He lion eli's Pulmouio Syrup. The Pulmonii
Syrup nourishes tho system, purilloathe bloo<
and is readily absorbed into tho circulation
and thence distributed to tho diacaacd lunga
Thero it ripons all morbid mattera, whethe
ip the form of abscesses or tubercles, am
then assists Nature to expel all the discasci
matter, in tho form of tree expectoration
when onco it ripens. It is thon, by the grea
boating and purifying properties of Schenck'
Pulmonio Syrup, that all ulcers and cavitio
aro healed up sound, and my patient ia cured
Tho oaaontial thing to bo dono in curio
Coi,sumption ia to get up a good appetite an
a good digestion, au that tho body will gre
in flesh and get strong. If a person has dit
eased lungs-a cavity or abscess there-th
cavity cannot host, the matter cannot ripei
so long as Ibo system ia below par. What i
necessary to cure ia a now order of things
good appetito, a good nutrition, the body I
grow in flesh and get fat: then Nature
helped, the cavities will heal, tho matter wi
ripen and bo thrown off in largo quantitic
aud tho poraon regain health and strengt]
Thia ia tho truo aud only plan to euro Coi
Bumption, and if a person ia very bad. if tl
lungs aro not entirely dost roy cd, or oven
ono lung ia entirely gone, if there ia enour.
vitality left iu the oilier to heal up, thero
hope.
1 have soon many poraon? cured with on
one Bound lung, live and enjoy life to a got
old age. Thia is what Schunck'a Medicin
will do to cure Consumption. They will clot
out the stomach, sweeten and strengthen
get up a good digestion, and give naturo t!
assistance she needs to clear the system of i
tho disease that ia in tho lungs, whatever t!
form may bo.
lt ia important that while using Schoncl
Medicinea, ctfTo should be ext rciacd not
take cold; keep in-doors in cold and dat
weather; avoid night air, and take out-dc
exercise only in a genial and wann auu-ahii
I wii-h it distinctly understood that whei
recommend a patient to bu careful in rege
to taking cold, while using my medicines, I
so for a special reason. A man who baa I
partially rcuovered from thc (fleets ol a L
cold ia far more liable to a rehipae thuin
who baa beeu entirely cured; and it ia preci
ly tho aauio in regard to Consumption,
long aa the lunga are not perfectly heal
just so long ia thero imminent danger of u I
minni of tho disease. Heneo it ia that I
strenuously caution pulmonary path*
against exposing themselves toauatmoaph
that ia not genial and pleasant. ContiT
Consumptives' lunga are a mass of HOI
which the leuat change of atmoapheie will
llamo. The grand secret of my success w
myniodioiiica conaiats In my ability to ?ubi
inflammation in s toad'of provoking it, aa mi
of the faculty do. An inflamed lung cum
with safety to the patient, be exposed to
biting blasts of winter or tho chilling wind
sining or autumn. It should bo carob
shielded from all irritating influencia. '
utmost cautiou should be observed in I
particular, aa without it a cure, under alu
any circumstances, is an impossibility.
.'. Thu peraeu should be kt pt ou ii wboleei
and nutritions diet , and all thc medicinea <
tinned until the body has restored tu it
natural quantity of flesh and strength.
I was mvaeir cured by this treatment of
worst kind of Comaum nt ion, and have live
get fat and hearty tbeso many years,with
lung mostly gone. I have cured thouan
since, and very many have been cured by
treatment whom I bavo never aeon.
About tho lat of October I expect to I
poa ses sion of my new building, at (he No
east corner of Sixth and Areli streets, wi
I shall be pleased to gi vu advico to all
may require it.
Full directions accompany all my remoi
so that a person in any part of tho world
be readily cured by a strict observance of
samo! J. H. SCHENCK, M. D., Pbiladelpl
For salo by druggists and dealers ev
Where. JOHN F. HENRY, ? College Pl
Now York, "wholesale agent._Nov 19
Medical.
ON MARRIAGE. Essays for young mc
great social evils and abuses, which ii
fare with marriage and ruin tho happino
thousands; with sure means of relief To:
erring and Unfortunate, diseased and di
tated. Sentin sealed loller envelopes, fr
charge. Address nOWARD ASSOCIAT
No. 2 Hnnth Ninth stroet, Philadelphia, 1
Ber?r 5_J!
Tho ralllo for Temperance Hall, Ac,
positivoly tako placo ou (he 10th Novumt
Mr?. ?. McCormick
jaw WILL be propared to open her
''jS3L\m? bande?me and well aolooted
>fg5SSaBtock of MILLINERY AND
fffflfflfim fif^0* .AUtT1CLE? on FRIDAY,
?{3&??ffi^ Sh? JUHt returned from
K?Tp?g/M Now York, wlioro Hbo sparod no
^r/Siia Pair>9 ba tho selection of her
fliu Hlool{i hoping thereby to bo able
ft ?Fl to please oaoli and ovory one who
m av favor her with a calt.
lier Btock consists of Bonnots, lists and
(Japs, of tho latoet and most fashionable
stylos. HandBomo' Flowors and Feathera in
endless variety. Ooraots or tho verj heat
mako. Furs of tho lateut stvloe, at remark?
ably low prices. Aleo; a good BU pilly of thoeo
handsome ready-made Suits, all of which ebo
offers at very low prioes. I
Mrs McCormick Bolicits a continuation of
tho kind patronage of tho ludios of Columbia
and vicinity, assuring them that Bho will do I
all in her power to ploaao._ Oct 3
United States of America, 1
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT;
FOURTH CIBCUIT-IN EQUITY.
Abram Yan Buren and 8. Angelica, his wifes, !
et at., vs. John Peter Brown, ct al.
BY virtuo of an order of tho Court in this
case, I will offer for Halo, ac public outcry,
on tho FIRST MONDAY in November, 1871. at
Columbia, at not Ieee than tho appruiaed prices
below stated, tho following parcele of LAND:
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lako,"
aituato, lying nnd hoing in tho County of
Richland, in said State, on tho Congarce
River, about eight milca below Columbia, con- |
taiuing about two thouaund ono hundred and
no ven t y UCreB, and appraised at twclvo dollars
per acre. Said plantation bas been divided
into two tracta, of nearly equal quantity, by
tho road running through the plantation from
tho main public road to the Congarce River,
and tho tracta will ho sold separately.
AT.BO,
All lhat PLANTATION, called "Shiver,"
lying iu Hame County und State, about eight
e'on miles bolowColumbia, containing thirteen
hundred acres, moro or Ieee, and appraised
at ten thousand dollars.
Ti-:nMS or SALE.-One-fourth cash; balance
upon a credit of ono, two and three year-,
with tho bonds of tho purchaeore, bearing in?
tercut at tho rato of aoven per cent., payable 1
annually, aecured by a mortgago of the lands.
Purchasera to pay for alampa and papers.
Said lands may bo purchased at privat o Bale,
on application to tho undersigned, at Sumter,
S. C. J. S. O. RICHARDSON,
Oct. 3 i. Special Roferoe.
New Mackerel.
JUST received, a full aupply of new Boston
MACKEREL, Noa. 1, 2 and 3, in b?rrela,
half b?rrele, quarter barrels and kite, for
fanniv uso, for salo low by
Sept 2C_JOHN AGNEW Av SON.
JAMES K. FRIDAY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Columbia, S. C.
HAVING secured tho large and commodi?
ous Brick Warehouse with tinned roof,
(formerly occupied by Blakoly ic Gibbea,)
situated near thc track of tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, solicits from hie friends,
tho iormor patronB of Blakely & Oibbes and
tho public gonorally, consignments of COT
TON, other PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE
on STORAGE. Particnlar attention given to
storing and selling COTTON.
Mr. J. M. I! i. AK K.I. Y still retains hie o nico at
tho old stand._Sept Ojlmo
C. E. HOLMES,
Cotton Factor and Commis. Merchant,
ACCOMMOOATION WUAHV,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 16_tamo
EDWARD R. ARTHUR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 7 LAW RANGE.
WILL practice in the Circuit and Probato
Courts of Richland and adjoining
Counties._July 12 t3mo_
Universal Life Inanrance Company.
WE aro desirous ot securing tho se rvicei
or a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agenta in South -Carolina for tho Universal
Lifo Insurance Company, of New York, with
whom liberal tciniB will bo made. Wo desire
also responsible Local Agents for each.to WU
in tho State. M. Wi GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
Stale Superintendents of Agencies.
COI.UMUIA, S. C., September 8, 1871.
Sept 9_
Rose's Hotel.
k /jjyi'^'v IN view of tho influx of vi
^U^?M*ife5l sitors to Columbia, occasioned
StttffiB.Tigfr hv the prevalence ol thc yol?
ngu i rfXi^ffii [uw f(,vir in Charleston, the
proprietor iii ROSE'S HOTEL hua concluded
to re-open his establishment tor the accom?
modation of tho public ut once, and thcrcfoic
withdraws tho proposals he bas hcreloloie
made for ita ame or lease.
The Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
as a first clues house ot Lintertaiumcut, und
apecial provision wiil bo mudo lor thu cornhill
und convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus wili be found at
every uriiving train. W. H. ROSE.
Auguet 30 _ _
Refined Oil.
COTTON SEED REPINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or burrel. Also, in glanas, pints und
quarts. Fdr ashil ow. E. HOPE
Native and Foreign Wines.
QCUPPERNONO, Concord, Sauterna, Chi
kJ rot, Champagnes, jual received and for
salo low, by E. HOPE.
STENHOUSE, MAC AUL A Y & CO. ~
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHA lt LO TTE. JV. 0.
SOLIOIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Plonr,
Bacon, Lard, Au., aud Family Groceries
f;en e r ally Ordei s filled carefully and prompt
2:_Feb 7_1 y r_
Seegers' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is puro, and
warranted tobe ec. March ll
B
Every One Drinks Seegers'-Beer,
EOAU8E it gives atrungth nod improvoB
their health. March ll
Fulton Market Meats, &c.
PICKLED BEEP.
Pickled Roof hounds.
Smoked Roof.
Smoked Reef Tongues.
Hams-choicest brands. Breakfast Bacon.
Received weekly- always freak.
Sept 2!? OEO. 8YMMF.RR.
Old Virginia Hams.
i.000 IbB. Virginia (country-cured)
?HAMS, ror salo by
Sept 6 ?DWARD HOPE.
The Southern and Atlantic
TELEGRAPH CO.
Now Opon for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
H?i?t. 14
Read the Evidence and he Convinced.
Dr. E. Ii. Ileinitah-DEAU. Sm: My wifo and
four of my children wero taken with Chills
and Fovnr one year ago, last August, and
aft or exhausting tho proscriptions of Quinine
and Barks, and all other known remedies,
without effect, I was induced to try your '
"KI.iA CHILL CUBE." I am happy to say
that, after using Ovo bottles, they Lavo en
tiroly recovered their health. Mot ono of I
them havo had a return or a symptom of |
Chills since. Your remedy is a specific.
YOUTH, truly, H. \Y. M?BIUS.
LEXINGTON, 8. C.
KIN A CHILL CUBE for salo only at
Sept 27 t E. H. HEINITHU'S Drug Store.
R. A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Cen. Produce Broker,
Central Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES -Charleston-Bon. C. T. I
Lowndes, President Bank of Charleston;
\V. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of
Charleston; Hohei t Adger, Euc]-, B. C. Press?
loy, Eeq. Newberry, 8. C.-Rob't L. McCaugh
rin, President National Bank of Newberry.
Chester, 8. C_Messrs. McAliley & Brawlcy.
?Special attention given to tho consignment
and sal? or COTTON, Uried Fruit, Ac.
Sept 1_t-lrn_
The Marion Star,
Established Over Twenty Years Ago.
THE best advertising medium in Eastern
Carolina. Our list nf subscribers d?lies |
competition, and our advertising terms are !
liberal. Merchants ol Columbia will consult |
their, interests by availing themselves ol' eur
columns.
Every one reads tho Star. IIB circulation
is very large and rapidly increasing, and its
readers are from all sections and nf all classes.
Address McKEBALL A B TEDMAN,
?Sept Hi _ Editors. Marion C. H., H. C.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
IS once more open to the public, under !
[tho superintendence of Mr. lt. BARBY.
Tho reputation of the house will be kept |
up._An ghat 81
THE EXCHANGE~HOUSE.~
THIS well-known rstablhhmcnt ia in full |
blast, and keeps up ita reputation for tho
beat of everything in the lino of WET GOODS.
They carrv out the motto of "Good articles
or none." ' PAYSINGEB & FRANKLIN,
Aumtst 31 Proprietors.
The World-Renowned Howe Sewing!
Machines
Art- the Oldest Established of Any in the World.
IN range of work thia Machine cannot bo
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
or thin goods, from gauze to heaviest, beaver
coating*, or oven leather, without chango of
needle, tension or thread. Wo will warrant
them to do this. Our fine work ia equal to
any, and our heavy work excels that of any
other machine in the world. LadieB wishing
to mt nul nee) tho Hewing into their families will
Sod it a great saving ol time, labor and ex?
pense to at once purchase tho beat. Persons |
who have tried all machines are unanimous in
declaring this to bc tho easiest learned of any I
in tho market. If you aro prejudiced in favor
of any particular machine, ai least examino
TUE HOWE before you purchase.
ALFRED G. ELY,
Goneral Agent forHouth Carolina.
Office three doora below Dr. Hciuituh's Drug |
Store, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
Sopt 21_3mo
Thornwell's Collected "Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumoe,
embellished with Dr. ThomwL-H's por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memories of Patines. ByMacDuff. $2.
The Conservative Behn mat iou and its The*
ologv. Bv Rev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. ?5.
Tho Unseen World. By llev. Dr. Ktoik. tl.
NEW NOVELS,
Her Lord and Muster By Florence Maryatt I
Won, not Wooed. By the author of Bred in
the Bone, Ac 50 cents.
Tcirible Temptation. By Charles Reade.
Uniterm edition of Orneo A g ll i lor'a Works,
auch as Mother's lt econ) p< lice, Vale of Cedars,
?.c., at il per volume.
Thc above books sent to aiiy address, post
paid, on receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE ? CHAPMAN, Bookal diera.
Vegetable Blood and Liver Pills.
J'nr? DUe ! /'Ure ?Uno-l! ?'ure Ele*h !
A MUCH needed medicine, ju all tropical
2\_ climates, is a Blood Pin ?lier mid a Liver
Regulator. These Pl Lbs combine t li? essen?
tial properties ot an liivjjjuriitor of thc Liver
and Pui illor of tho Blood. The largest organ
ill ibo bod* ia thc Liver, it is tho great
work-shop of Ibu body. When this important
organ does not act. the ?d.in becom. s sal?
low; sick headache sela in, with chilly sensa?
tions; ?old hands and leet; pain tn the betti!;
hectic fever; gusti ic dist ui hu nee; vomiting; a
feeling of weight in the region ol the Liver; u
dry Cough. Among other symptoms ot liver
derangement, aie soreness in th? region of
thu liver, across thu stomach, and below thu
ribs; oppressed stomach: face sometimes
lluahed; feverishness in tlie afternoon or at
night; drowsiness and Indolence; nervous
watchfulness at night; melancholy, blues;
dreams, commonly (rightful; cheat oppressed
and heavy; darting pains in the abdomen;
faintness; sighing; difficult and short breuth;
pain in the cheat, about tho lungs, commonly
mistaken for pleurisy; shifting pains, like
those of rheumatism; colics; sometimes a
short, shari) cough, with dryness of throat;
unpleasant throbbing about Ibo stomach; ex?
cess of dandi tiff, and scurfy deposit on thc
akin; falling of tho hair; fulnesa and st rait neus
of the abdomen, with desire to loosen tho
clothing, sour stomach, iv it li symptoms of
dyspepsia; bilious colics; diarrh?es; dysen?
tery; fevers; obstinate constipation; intermit?
tent fever, or fever and agile; jaundice; coa
liveness and dian luci alternately; expectora?
tion stringy and sticky; foul mouth in thc
morning, often nausea and vomiting; dizzi?
ness; pain'in tho right shoulder, sometimes
in shoulder-blade; inability to lie on lett aida;
hiccough; occasionally, pain in left shoulder.
Seasonable uso of tho BLOOD ANO LIVER
Pl LLtf. taken as directed,will always prevent
this painful termination of thc disorder.
These Pilla are for sale bv
EDWARD ll. I?E1NITS1I,
August ::0 t Chemist and Druggist.
The Best in the Market!
IHAVE juat returned trom Kew York with
tho fineBt stock in ike market, embracing
WATCHES of all gradee, JEWELRY or ail
styles, Silver and Plated Ware of tho mout
modern pa?teme-beautiful in design, dura?
ble, cheap and warranted to cuit.
My stock includes everything to bo found in
tho Now York market, and I do not intend to
bo under-sold. Call and examino for yocr
Bolvr B. Attentive clerke will gladly show you
tho tinest assortment of articles above named,
and of Ringa, Lockets, Sleeve but tons, Breaat
riua; in fact, everything needed or to bc
found in a first claea jewelry pforo.
ISAAC B?LZBACHER,
Sept. 14 Under Colombia Hotel.
AFEW reaeona why they should have the
preference over all ot here:
1. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machino is
much simpler titan any of thc others; re?
quiring lesa than half "thc amount of ma?
chinery.
2. Aa tho result of thia simplicity, thia ma?
chino is much lesa liable than tho* others to
got out of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity ia
greater durability.
4. Another reeult ia leea friction, and, con?
sequently, greater ease and'rapidity of mo?
tion, with lees noiao.
G. And greatest of all, that it uses no Shut?
tle, and makes tho lock stitch.
It ia tho cheam st to buy the best. Buy tho
machino that lias justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
againat a strong and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years baa tho Wheeler A
Wilson not only stood tirad and foremost, but
now at ands tho uni i vailed Sewing Machine of
the enlightened civilized world. Hov tho ma?
chino that baa been thoa teated and proved,
and thon you aro sure to get the beet. For
salo on tho easiest possible terms. Sales?
room Maiu street, second door below PncESix
office, Columbia, S, C.
J. R. 1'URSLEY, Agent.
A. WHYTE, Ocncial Southern Agent.
June 21 Gmo
M. H. BERKY'S
Furniture Ware-room
Afain Street, near Plain.
NOW on baud and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati aud Louievilleslie
largest assort ment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din?
ing-Room Ruits; 200 Bedel eada of di flu eut
patterns, in Walnut and iniitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bet I din Cl.sirs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made tn ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
?hortest notice and in tho beal manner.
Terms O.HKII and Good* ches})._ Ort 80
Kinsman t%f Howell,
Factors and Commission
Merchants.
Liberal Advances made o?i
Cotton aiid Naval Stores.
G harlestone S. C.
August ?ll _ ' lino
The Dexter Stahles.
TUE undi ii-igucd have re
niovod ?heil Stable.- lo the hew
building, imn-edhitrly Smith of
.I?iinr?'f> Halli mid, with t new
faloi-li ul CARRIAGES, RUO
OILS Him 'fl ?o HORDES, m .? prepared ld an.
rt wer ail calls that muy be made upon (hem.
Horses bought and sop! , n commisidou.
Persons in want ot good stoek, ure invited lo
give ila h call. Liberal vivtiuci s made on
stock lett for ?ale. ROYCE ?V. CO.
W. II. t'.OYCE.
C ll I'KTi'iyoii.i.. JuII 24
FitESH
TURNIP SEED!
J^UTA BAGA,
GLOBE,
For aale by
NORFOLK,
i
RED TOP,
FLAT DUTCH,
W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
July 20 3?no_ Oppoalle Columbia noted.
Guns, Pistols, Etc
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that f have
juat received an chtiro new
>stock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flunks. Ponches,
Pistol-Boila, Capa, Duck-Shot. Carlridgoa.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
and Shot.
ALSO.
REPAIRING done at short notice;
?ct 8_ P- W. IUIAFT. Main etreot. _
Tho only lino Playing Cards at POLLOCK S
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
for Blglit W Prlceleas!
But tlie Diamond Spectacles iaiti Preserve lt.
IP you vah?o your oycaight ueo these PER?
FECT ltTCnBISS. Ground from minute
crystal pebblea, melted together, and derive
their name "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. ' They will last many
years without chango, and are warranted su?
perior to all others, manufactured by
J. E. SPENDER & CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless stamped
with ocr trado mark. "WM. GLAZE, Jeweler
and Optician, is sole agent for Columbia, B.
I C., from whom they can only be obtained.
No peddlera employed._July 20 [lily
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA BATXHOAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 9,1871.
nssBMC: Chango of Schedule
_JgS??^?jto gQ iQl0 ofrc,ct on
and aftor Sunday, 11th instant:
KI AIL ANO PA8SENGEB THAIN.
Loavo Columbia at.'.7.40 am
Arrive at Charleston at.3.20 p m
Leave Charlostonat.8*20 a m
/ rrivo at Columbia at..'.. .8.40 p m
NIGHT EXPBE8B, F ll F.I O UT AND ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN. [Sundays excepted.]
Loavo Columbia at.7.66 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.C.45 a m
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrivo at Columbia at.6.00 a m
Camdon Accommodation Train will con
tinuo to mn to Columbia as tormorly-Mon?
davs, Wednesdays and Saturdays. ?
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. PICKINB, General Ticket Agent.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta B.B
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4,1871.
mmm&i ON nu? after SUNDAY
iSMgSMKgnfcxt; otb i list., tho follow?
ing schedule will bo run over this road:
aoiNO NO KT ri.
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Loavo Angueto.3.25 A. M. COO P. M.
Leavo Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrivo Charlotto.2.15 P. M. 6.20 A. M.
G Ol KG SOUTH.
Leavo Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.80 A. M.
Arrivo AuRuata.0.50 P.M. 7.30 A. M,
No'. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Roth trains make close con?
nection to all points North, South und West.
No. 1 Train makes cloao connection at Rich*
mond for Virginia Springs.
Through tickets sold and baggago checked
to nil principa?points. Standard time-Wash?
ington City time, IC minutes farter than'this
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. C., Juno 3, 1671.
B5s?raEBBft ON and after SUNDAY,
ff?r^jjsy^SgtfJane 4, 1871, TRAINS will
bo run over this Road in accordance with tho
following TIME TABLE.
Trains Going East. Trains Weat.
Express. if ail.
AHUIVE. LEAVE.' A nil IV J:. LEAVE.
Charlotto 5.35 a m 3.10 p m
Salishury8.03am 8.23 a m 5.20 p ni ?.EOpiu
Qr'hBb'oll.0Sanill.l3an) 8.25 pm 8.35pm
CoShopl2.40 p m 1.05 pm 9.6G p in 10.1G p m
HilIsb'ro 2.28pm 2!S3pm 11.85 p ni 11.87 p ru
Raleigh 5.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.40 a ni
Goklsboro 7-20 a m
Trains Going Eatt. Trains Weat.
Charlottc7.16uni 8.00 pm
SaliBb'ry?4.S2am 4.37um 5.15 pm 5.20 p m
Gr'n'eb'o 1.25am 135 a ni 2.10 pm 2.20 pm
Co Shop 11.87 o m 12.02 a m 12.311 p m 12 CO p m
HilUbrol(i.07pml0.(i9am 11.07 a m 11.10 a m
Italoigh G.68 p m 7.40 a tn 8.45 a ni
Goldab'o 8.00pm . f
Juno 6 W. H. GREEN, Mae. Trana.
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
COLUMBIA, S. C., MABCH 1, 1871.
T~^?if.?*? PI^'?e-', ON and after thie
?eS^SStffaS??SB??rdate, thc following
schedule will tie mu daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night'trains on* South Caro?
lina Railroad op and down; aleo with Trains
going North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augnata Railroad:
UP.
Leave Columbia at. 7.00 a.m.
V Alston.9.10 a. m.
" Newberry. 11.15 a. m.
Cokeabury.3.00 p.m.
*' Belton._5.00'p. m.
Artive al Greenville. G 30 p. m.
DOWN.
Leavo Greenville at. 0.15 a.m.
" Bollon. 8.05 a.m.
" Cokeabury. .. 10.07 a. m.
11 Abbeville.8 15 a. m.
.. Newberry. 1.50 p.m.
" Alston.."..4.05p.m.
Arrive at Columbia. . 5.65 p. m.
THO*. DODAMEAD. Gel.? lal Sup.
M. T. RAKTM-TT. Geneia! Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
GENERAL SUI ElllNTl IN DEN ? 'S UH ICE,
WILSIINUTON, COLCSILIA ?fc AUGUSTA ]:. li. Co.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., AUOVSTG. lf<71.
rS! tsM Cut-L,...... .. AFTER tbit, date thu
VLmh^ESSSS^ following schedule will
be run bj trains on ibis road:
DAY EXPHKSH Ht A IN [DAILY.]
Leave Wilmington [Union Dt-pot 1 3 50 A. M.
Arrivent Florence. H 13A.M.
Arrive nt Kingsville. 12 20 P. M.
Leave. Kingsville.. 0.10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence. 12 (?3 I'. M.
Altivo at Wilmington. 5 30 P. M.
NIUIIT Eli Pit USS 11I.UN, [DAILY,] KVNDAY IX
CEPTED.
Leave Wilmington. 710 Pi M.
Arrive at Florence. 1 21 A. M.
Arrive at Kilige-Ville. 8 4;*. A. M.
Leavo Kingsville. 8 45 Pi M.
Ai rive at Plnreucc. 11.(551'., M.
Arrive nt'Wilmington.. 5 50 A.M.
Aug 9 JOHN C. WINDER. Gei.'l M.p't.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Jiailroao.
rm-.*?<v-t-*- Leavo Anderson.G.I fi P. M.
?^^"<y " Pendlet nu.7.00 "
- Perryvillo.7.45 "
Arrive.nl Walhalla. 8.HO "
Leave Walhalla.3.45 A. ll
Perrvville. 4.30 .'
Pendleton.5.30 "
Arrive nt Andoraon.'.G.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of up train on Greenville and Columbia Road.
Jnly 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD. Sup,
Summer Schedule S. & TL E. E.,
Tb Tommencp 29//i May, 1871.
-?g DOWN TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
$Sei3"Br* Arrive. Leavo. Arrive. Leave.
SpirtauhnrgV. 5.30 6.25
Bateaville. COO 6.00 4.(8 4.63
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
Santuc. 8 20 8 25 2.30 2.35
Fish Dam.. .'. 8.40 8.46 2.10 2.16'
Shelton.-.. 9.15 0.20 1.35 1,10
Lvlcs' Ford... 9.40 9 45 1.12 1.17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 ' 12.50 12.65
Alston. ll 00 12.00
Mav 21 THOS. B. JETER, President.
Malt Corn "Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old. at
Fol/ 9.1_JOHN C. 8EEGER8'.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to thc col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on state and Railroad Bonds ana Stocks, and
i Conversion of Stato Socurttios. by
Nov 23 Gmo P OAMBRILT?. Broker.
Tho rafllo for Temperance Hall/A-c, will
positively tako placo on tho 10th November.

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