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TM DAILY ?jj?f PHONIX.
"Lot our Just Censure ^^^^^^t^^^^^-^^??&p* Atlond tho True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST S 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 120.
" imfotoO .rs. ? . Mia/ iii
ii A HiQtl C?IU'I/IMEST. Bnoii A RADICAL
SOURCE.-Tho Ciuoiuh'ati Commerd?Vs
Nashvillo correspondent/ (H.. V. Red?
field,) in a Into lotter pays tho ''traitors!'
rind ? 'rebels" ?f the South ? the folio win g
compliment:a) .-i..un : A
j .' 'The Banthern 'people' loathe'ai man
whq usos ? public offioo to enrich him?
self; Whatever may' be their faults,
they are Honest. They do hot worship
the almighty dollar to tho extent of bar?
tering-avray their houor for it. The old
Southern firo-eating Demoorate we are
taught were wicked men, and wicked
they were,: about' some things, but they
did not use : their- offices to fill their
pookets. They did not form rings to
mako money, or establish gift enterpriser.
Thia old-faahionod honesty, this abhor?
rence iof anything that looks like prosti?
tuting publio offioe to private gaiu, is aa
abhorrent to the Southern people now
as it ever was, and probably more, for
they har?' beeb culled upon since the war
to nave considerable experience wi th tb at
sort of thing, and, to Know it. ia not to
love it;';especially whenit is done at their
expense. For the' past six years tho
Southern States have been converted
into an, arena of robbery, presenting o
speotnolo'?f 'ifratio* and corruption per?
haps unexampled in the history of the
world; yet Southern->boru mob'have had
little to do with it.- Your trno South?
erner, if he has sense enough.to getan
office, has too much honor to et eal. In
all'thy experience as .correspondent of
the Commercial in the different Southern
StateB, I have found'the worst thieveB,
.the most insatiate robbers, to be North?
ern men. There has been more stolen
in South Carolina, orin Louisiana, since
the war, .than in all the Southern States
put. together, from the revolution to
I860. And the strangest thing about thin
whole business ia that the /greater the
rogue1 tho more intensely 'loyal'he is,
and for that, or the .other reason, tho
higher in -favor at Washington. If
Hodge had been stationed down South,
and Ead gotten np twp qr three Ku Klux !
scares just on the iovo of some election
where the Radicals were sore pressed,
. and thereby enabled them to carry the
day, he would have been canonizad in?
stead of caged-though he had stolen
$4,000,000. instead of - $400,000 of the
people's money. And yet these ohaps
are rolling their red eyes over the cor?
ruption of tho Tammany Democracy. It
is very muon as ff the 'Heathen Chi?
nes'had expressed himself shocked at
the state of Bill Nye's sleeve."
' . . ''mt*' '
A REJOIN OF TEBUOU.-From what we
can learn,- there, is.a perfect reign of ter?
ror in Spartanburg County, and nearly
all business, except that pertaining to
the United States Marshal s offioe; is at
a'stand-still. Wo learn' that it is danger?
ous for* a person to leave the village,, ipr
fear of being suspected of trying to
escape from the officers of the law. One
gentleman was arrested while oh bis way
to transact some business with a person
outside tho corporate limits of the. vil?
lage, and lodged in jail. Numbers of
respectable men have left the County,
not because they feel guilty of any
wrong, but from the faot that many of
tho arrests are- of snob persons upon
: whom suspicion had never rested, and
no one knows how Soon some malici?os
fellow may point him ont as a suspected
>K member of the mystic band, and have
: him incarcerated in a.loathsome dun
Sj geoh.'- Union Times.
. ... .: i- ?...
: ? FIRST SNOW 'FAXJU-The Cambeiland
(Md.) News, of the 12th instant, says
that on the day previous snow fell at
several points on the Baltimore and
sj Ohio Railroad Weat from that city,
adding that at Cumberland and Oakland
SEH the fall was quito heavy.
; . : i ;; - .The Exohange House.
1 (ffS^/lTii WELL kLown as "the placo"fc-w*
^SSsM^wbero tho best of drinkablcatgltf
N *9kW and eatables are furnished, is W
in the full tide, of prosperity. Tho whole
Vi-- house han been put lu perfect order, and tho
?F proprietors guarantco that guests san obtain
all th? dolioacies of tho season-OYSTEHH,
FISH, GAME, etc.
Pot 12 . PAYfljNGER As FRANKLIN.
Pelota Commercial School,
. - Over Citizens' Savings Bank,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JJook-Jteeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic.
, j? IMPARTED by LECTUBES and
xS^jjE*. PRACTICAL LE880NH. ID e, singlo
. ^iSp4ataconrae. young gontlemon are pru
pareu iur the duties of tbs counting house or
Dank. Hours'-4 to C and 7 to 0 o'clock P. M.
A. B. MULLIGAN,
OHAHLEBTON, S. C.:
I WILL, when placed in funds, pur?
chase and forward all kl ml s of Mer
_lohacdizo, Maohinery, Agrioultnral 1m
ploments. Fertilizers, AC._ Oct 6 ||j
T. B CLARKSON,
I Factor and Commission Merchant.
~* ? Office at Dr. nelnilsh'B Drug 8tore,
Pot 1 COLUMBIA, 8.0._Imo
0. TJ. MELTON. W. A. CLAUS.
HELTON & CLARK.
THE Law.Firm of Carroll Melton Sc Janney
having been dissolved, I havo associated
with me, in the practice bf Law, W. A.
Clark, Esq. The business will horoafter be
conducted in the firm name of Moiton &
Clark; . i O. D. MELTPN.
Pot 8 ? ._Imo
3. P. CASBOtX. -. CHAULES F. JANNEY.
CARROLL & J ARNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
, COLUMBIA, B. O.
. sar,Offioe over Glaze's Jewelry Store.
Opt 8 , , 2oio
Fulton ?Market Meats, &e.
X . . Pickled Beef Rounds.
SmokedjBobf. >, | ,j?Ulm
Smokod Roof Tongues. ., ;
Hams-choicest branda. Breakfast Bacon.
Received weekly-always fresh.
Sept 20 GEO. SIMMERS; .
HAPPPY RELIEF FOB YOUNO MEN from
tho efleet8 ot Errors and Abuses in early
lifo. Manhood' restored. Nervous debility
ourod. Impediments to marriago removed.
New mothod of treatment. New and romark
ble remedies. Rooks and Circulars sent free,
in sealed envelopes.
Addressl HOWARD A88CCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadeldhia, Pa.
Pot 12_2 mo
Opening of Fall Millinery.fgBBl
MRS. S. A. SMITH
?i,,.,,- - WILL open THIS DAY a choleo
?Sm^l^k. solcction of MILLINERY and
TwSl? lWH *ANCY GOOD3, to which she m
jHVlLirjH vites tho attention of tho ladies.
<?3?J)MHj Also, PATTERNS of tho latest
Aj8gS&??z stvlosof DRESSES.
^??P^S. DRESS-M&K1NG attended to
with neatness aud despatch.
Ordors from tho country solicited.
Mrs. ?. McCormick
1 ?jw WILL be prepared to open her
?fflBtV handsomo and well selected
/^SS^t stock of MILLINERY AND
fVW?g*a FANCY ARTICLES on FRIDAY,
tho Cth inst.
/?3SRW/$'T She has just returned from
fsT^W?i^i? ^ew ^ork, whore she spared nu
ttT7 \M Pai[1B i? 1,10 selection of hor
?f ill Bt?0??> hoping thereby to ho able
V ?91 to please each and every ono who
may favor her with a call.
Her stock consists of Bonnets, Hate and
Caps, of tho latest and most fashionable
styles. Handsome Flowers and Feathers ir
endless variety. Corsets of the very best
make. Furs of the latest atylea, at remark?
ably low prices. Also, a good supply of those
handsome ready-made Snits, all of which ehe
offers at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick aolicits a continuation o
the kind patronage of tho ladies of Columbi;
and vioinlty, assuring thom that she will di
all in her power to please_Oct 3
EMPORIUM OF FASHION, ~
' ABBEVILLE, 8. 0.
,,i ._ THE beat selected stock of DR1
?H?^kGOODS in tho up-country. Th?
V .--Sffcjlgr&Hdoat display of Millinery ii
iL** ffW''iolltl1 Carolina. Dreas Makin)
BJ jlpT done in the very best of style. Th
yt very best talent to bo had in Balti
more in charge of the Millinery and Dres
Making Department?. Business dono strict!
upon the '"cash" system. Grand opening o
fall and winter styles to take place on Tuos
day, October 10, at ll o'clock. The ladies c
the up-country aro invitetl to attend. San:
pies Bent upon application. Orders for an
article in the Millinery line will bo filled an
satisfaction guaranteed. Expenses light an
prices correspondingly low.
Sept 30 Imo JAS. W. FOWLER, Pro'r.
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
0 tubs Mountain Butter.
3 tubs fine Goshen Butter.
All nice and fresh and for salo LOW.
Oct 1_L?RICK Jr- LOWRANCE.
Fall and Winter Goods.
tTHE undersigncel bogsleave to infori
his customers, and - the public genera
ly, that he has just returned from No
mi K with tho most choice selection of gooi
ever brought to this market, embracing DO]
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Ca s
mores, Vestings, Ac, of the nioet modei
A largo assortment of GENTS' FURNISI
By paying close attention to business, 1
expects to receive a tharo of tho public p
tronago. C. D. EBERHARD!.
?a HAVING just roturnod from New Yor
^ft* where I made mv pu domes, 1 am pr
AA pared to show one of tho MOSTCHOIC
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in this ma
ket. My stock embracen French, English ai
Scotch Casbimcres, Cloths and Vestings, ai
a full supply of Cents' Furnishing Qoods g
nerally. i ?iavo aleo a very largo stock of t!
celebrated "Star Sb ?rta." A sliare of pat ro
ago is ienpectrully s. licitcd.
Sopt 17_J. F. EIRENMANN.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receiving tho finest READ
MADE CLOTHING, for old and you
gontlomen. that havo ever been offered in tl
market. No cuatom-mado can surpass, a
but few can cqualtbem, in stylo, and finit
We soil tho bent, at lower rates than thc
who don't buy from tho manufacturer* dire
We keep tho Star and True Fit constan
on hand, and will take ordors for half doz
or moro, and warrant a flt.
UN DER-WE AR in all varieties.
GLOVES-Leather, Ruck, Kid. Dog, Rat a
Seal. Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all. styles. Plain and far
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold a
some that won't coin.
We will tako Greenbacks at par for
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
na IS onco more open to tho public, um
?Wy tho superintendonco of Mr. It. BARI
Wm Tho reputation of the house will be ki
IA A A AAA FEET LUMBER. F
,UUl /4UUU ties can bo suppli?e!
reasonable rates by applying to
Sopt 2 JOHN E. GYLES, at Hope's atore
New Mackerel. '
OAA WHOLE, Half Barrels and Ii
?ljv Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Boston inspect!
just received and for salo much lower than
any timo siuco tho "littlo unpleasantness.
Sept 17_E. HOPI
The Sontheim and Atlantic
?Now Open forBuainesa.
, OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
Tho only fino Playing Cards at POLT.OCR
QUOTATIONS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA SE?
CURITIES, BY D. G AMD RILL, BROKER,
Main street, Columbia, S. C., Dealer in
Gold, Silver, Bank Notes, Stocks, Bonds,
etc.-October 14, 1871. j
STATE. Bid. Asked.
South Carolina Bonds, G ty
cont, (old). . 75
South Carolina Bonds, G ty
cent, (uow). 50
South Carolina Stock, G ct. 55
City Columbia Bonds, G ty ct. GO
City Columbia Bonds, 7 ty ct. C5
City Columbia Gas Stock,
par, $25. 13
City Charleston Stock, G ty ot. 52
City Charleston Bonds, Firo
Loan, 7 ty cont. 71
South Carolina Bonds, 7 ty
cont., 1st mortgage. 8G
South Carolina Bonds, 7 ty ot. 75
South Carolina Bonds, G ty ct. GO
South Carolina Stook, par,
South Carolina Bank Stock,
par, $125. 32
North-eastern Bonds, 1st mort- ]
gago, 8 ty cent. 90
North-eastern Bonds, 2d mort- ?
gage, 8 ty cent. 82
North-eastern Stock, prefer?
red, 8 ty cent., par $50
North-eastern Stock, Capital,
Charleston and Savannah
Bunda, G ty cent. 65
Savannah and Charleston 75
Bonds, 1st mort., 7 1-1 cent. 65
Savannah and Charleston
Bonds. State guarantee, 7
Savannah and Charleston
Stook, par, $100.
Greenville and Columbia
Bonds, State guar., 7 ty ot.. 54
Greenville and Columbia
Bonds, 2d mortgage, 7 ty ot. 45
Greenville and Columbia Jet
mortgage, past doe, 7 ^ ot. 95
Greenville and Columbia
Stook, par, $25. 1
Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta 1st mortgage Bonds,
7 ty cent. 81
Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Stock, $100, par. 40
Spartanbnrg and Union B'ds,
State guarantee, 7 ty cent.. 50
Blue Ridge Bonds, 1st mort
gaga, 7 ty cent. 50
Cheraw and Darlington B'nds,
1st mortgago, 8 cent.... 88
Cheraw und Darlington B'nds,
2d mortgage, 8 ty cent.
People's Bank of Charleston
Stock, par, $100. 4
Union Bank Charleston Stock,
par, $50. 50
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Charleston Stock, par, $25 23
South Carolina Loan and
Trust Co. Stook, par, $100.. 100
First National Bunk Stook,
par, $100. 124
People's National Bank Stook,
par, $100. 105
Bank of Charleston Stock,
par, $100. 18
Carolina National Bank of Co?
lumbia Stock, par, $100... 100
Central National Bank of Co?
lumbia Stock, par, $100... 100
South Carolina Bank and
Trust Co. Stock, par, $100.
Bank of Camdon. 20
Bank of Chester. 15
Bank of Georgetown. 02
Bank of Hamburg. 15
Bunk of Newberry. 15
Bank of South Curolina. 05
Bank of State of South Caro?
lina, prior to 1861. 28
Bank of State of South Caro?
lina. 1861 and 1862. 28
Commercial Bank Columbia.. 08
Exchange Bank of Columbia 03
Farmers' and Exchange Bank
of Charleston. 02
Merchants'Bank of Cheraw. 04
Planters'Bank of Fairfield.. 04
State Bank. 04
Theso quotations are liable to fluctua?
tion. Securities sent to me will he re?
mitted for ns directed, at the best mar?
ket rates. Stocks and Bonds of every
description bought nud sold._
Another Supply of New Books.
FOUR Years at Yale, by a Graduate of 18G9.
Travols of a Dootor of Physio.
King Arthur. A Poem-by Lord Lytton.
Stories from Old Englisii Poetry-by Abboy
Pictures of Travel-by flans Christian
Huskies' Letters to tho Workmen.
Origin of Lowest Organisms-by Bastian.
Gideon's Rock-by Katherine Saunders.
Episodes in sn Obscnro Lifo.
Ouida'e last novel, Folio Farino.
Downings Solocted Fruits for tho Market
Also, a largo assortment of LATE NOVELS,
just received and for ea'eby
Ootl_BRYAN A MoOARTER.
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desironB of securing tho Bcrvicoi
of a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agents in South Carolina for tho ?Diversal
Lifo Insuranco Company, of New York, with
whom liberal termn will bo made. We dosiro
also rottpoiiaiblo Local Agouts for caoh town
in tho Stato. Til. W. GARY.
? M. O. BUTLER,
Bf ate Superintendents of Agencies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 8,1871.
Sept 0 . ' , ._
?Ul Seed Wheat.
ry er BUSHELS choice BED SEED WHEAT,
4 O f:r ealeby E. HOPE.
II. & W, C. SWAFFIELD
HAYE JU8T RECEIVED^
tho largest and choicest stock H
of READY-MADE CLOTn- ff*
INO, HAT8 and FURNISH--1"1"
?INO GO JD8, that tlioy havo 07cr
offer ed to tho public, and embracing every
size made. AB wo intend to do a larger trade
than wo bavo heretofore dono, wo will bo en?
abled to Bell ata SMALLER PROFIT than
wo bavo heretofore done.
Our French styles of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowledged by all to bo the choicest
Bolection of Goods over seen in this market.
Onr Btyle of GETTING UP GARMENTS will
be superior to anything wo have hcretoforo
Our stock of SHIRTS, SCARFS and UN?
DERWEAR need but to bo Been to bc appre?
HATS-wo have all tho latest styles.
Wo aro still making to order those perfect
E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
49* Country merchants supplied as cheap
BB any boneo South of New York. Sept 10
The World-Renowned Howe Sewing
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the World.
-. - t
IN range of work this Machino cannot bo
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
or thin goods, from gauze to heaviest beaver
coatings, or even leather, without chango of
needle, tension or thread. We will warrant
them to do this. Our fine work ia equal to
any, and our heavy work excels that of any
other machine in tho world. Ladies wishing
to introduce tho sewing into their families will
lind U a great saving of time, labor and ex
penso to at onco purchaso tho best. Persona
who havo tried all machinosaro unanimous in
declaring this to bo tho easiest learned of any
in tho market. If you aro prejudiced in favor
of any particular machine, at least examino
THE HOWE beforo you purchaso.
ALFRED G. ELY,
Goneral Agont for South Carolina.
O nice three doora tielow Dr. Hciniteh's Drug
Store, Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $-1 per volume.
Memoriea of Palmos. Ry MacDuff. $2.
Tho Conservativo Reformation and ita The?
ology. By Nov. Charlea P. Krowth, D. D. $5.
Tho Uiisoen World. By Rev. Dr. Btoik. tl.
nor Lord and Masler. By Floreneu Maryalt
Won, not Wooed. By tho author of Bred in
tho Bono, Ax. 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. By Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Grace Apuilor's Works,
such as Mother's Recompense, Vale of Cedars,
Jc, at fl per volume.
Tho above hooks sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt of prieo
Aug 1 DUFFIE Ai CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. \Vhv?Thev know it is unadulterated.
JUST received, a full supplv of now Boston
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in barrels,
half barrels, quarter barrels and kits, for
family UKO, for salo 'nw bv
Supt26 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
JUST received, a full supplv or FRESH
CHACE EUS and BISCUITS, consisting of
Egg and Arrow Root,
Lunch Crackers, Ac.
For sale low ut whole-sale and retail bv
J3cpt27 _"J()H_N AGNEW .t SON._
Wines and Liquors.
fTMlESE scarcely nquire advertising. Our
A brands bf imported WINES and BRAN?
DI RS aro exclusively our own, being import?
ers' agents for whatever wo do nut import
ourselves. Will bo glad to exhibit stock.
B?ptg) _ GEO. SYMMKRS.
Old Virginia Hams.
. 1,000 lbs. Virginia Icouutry-cured)
i HAMS, for salo hy
SoptG EDWARD HOPE.
American Club Fish.
^^tf^'SS A DELICIOUS relish; hotter
and much cheaper than Sardines. For salo
I by _ ls. HOPE.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Copperas, Salt, Lime or
. Alnm. March ll
See ge ra' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warranted to be so. March ll
g? Grand Opening
Fait anti Winter
EMBRACING all tho
novelties of tho
season. Wo doBiro to
oall tho attention of tho
public to our LARGE
BTOOK, which for quan?
tity, stylo and variety,
cannot bo BurpaBBediu
tho city-every articlo I
hoing of custom mako
and especially adapted j
to thia climate. We in?
tend to keep up with
tho times in catering to
tho taBtos of our oua- I
tornera, and ehall, as
heretofore, apply our
selves strictly to tho old
adago, "Quick sales and
UH beforo purchasing
GOODMAN A BON,
IN view of the influx of vi?
sitors to Colombia, occasioned
by the provalenco of tho yel
_ _How fever in Charleston, tho
proprietor of ROSE'S HOTEL haa concludod
to re-opon his establishment for tho accom?
modation of the public at once, and tberoforo
withdraws the proposals he has heretofore
made for its sato or lease.
The Hotol will henceforward be conducted
as a first olaaa houeo of entertainment, and
special provision will bo made for tho comfort
and convenience of familiea.
Carriages and an Omnibna will bo found at
ovory arriving train. W. E. BOSE. .
August 30_j_ '
"Motte'B Victoria Tonic Bitters."
ENTIRELY VEGETABLE. ? li I
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fetcr,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTERS have now firmly esta?
blished themselves in tho favor of the
?mblic and tho medical profo8Bion. Prepared
rom purely vegetable ingrediente of acknow?
ledged efficacy, thoir unrivaled and highly
tonio, stimulating and prophrylacticqualities
peculiarly adapt them to all caaes of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of the Sys?
AB an excitant of tho appetite and a whole?
some aid to tho procobs of digestion, they
will bo fonnd to bo very efficanioue, while
their peculiar medical properties render thom
of nncqualcd value to thone subject to Chili?
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
Theae Bitters will bo fonnd most wonder?
fully beneficial in all caecu of Dohility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, they become a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Unlike the many noxious
stimulants advertised, they braco and fortify
the syBtom without exciting unduo cerebral
action. They aro without doubt the best to?
nic and constitutional renovator ever offered
to tho publie. MOTTE A TARRANT,
Manufacturers and Bole Proprietors,
Newberry, H. C.
Sold hv E. H. HEINITSH, Columbia, S. C.
M. H. BERRY'S
Minn Street, near J'lain.
?^/^V^ NOW on hand and daily re
?VjTj- _ r'?Jc ei vi n g from the manufae
4j^/-/^sSg|j tories of New York, Boston,
fe^B^^g Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
oST JS largest assortment ot FUR?
NITURE ever kopt in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Ruitn; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the beet manner.
Term? c*wh and Oondw cheap._Oct 30
The Dexter Stables.
^JA THE undersigned have re
juj) moved their Stables to tho now
ffi^^t^ra. building, immediately South oi
^STiCi^iyfcianDey'B Hall, and, with a now
\*C^&r ??tock of CARRIAGES, BUG?
GIES ano fino HOItREB, aro prepared to an
awer all calls that may be mado upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
PereoDsjp want of good stock, arc invited to
give ntfaaoall. Liberal advances made on
atock loTPTor salo. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PETTIWQILX._Jnn 21 1
Imported Ales and Porter.
1 f\f\ CASK?* IMPORTED SCOTCH and
lAJK ) ENGLISH ALKH.
Loudon and Dublin PORTER and Bremen
N. B.-TIIOJO have lib Cocnlus Indiens or
strychnine in thoir competition. Partien
preferring such ingredients eau obtain them
puru at Dr. tieinitah's. Wu would, however,
recommend a moderate uso of those drugs, ns
tho Biipply of undertakers in tins citv it?
1 un i ted._GEO. BVMMKRB.
Guns, Pistols, Etc
I INFORM my friends and
SC*^ZL public in general that I have
^?jj^jy-Jnat roceived an entire new
r . ^itook of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Ponohea,
Pistol-Bolts, Caps. Buuk-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kiuds of Pistola, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Octa_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.j
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
QOLICIT orders tor COTTON,.Co'rn, Flour,
O Baoon, Lard, Ao., and Family Groceries
gonerally. Orders filled carefully and prompt?
ly._Feb 7 lyr
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BEOAUSE it gives strength ?nd improves
their health. March ll
OLD BANK BILLS ?nd M UT 11. AT KD
CVRRRNC? bought and sold by
Nov 23 fimo D. GAMB1ULL. Broker.
CITIZENS' 3AVH?0S BANK
Depogits of SI and Ppwards deceived,
rjr'a^j?s^a?EcVwWia^r TD?B'?TE lu
SEVENFEB i CENT. PEE ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
' AND SIX PEU CENT. COM
: POUNDED EV EH Y BIX.
ir MONTHS ON ACCOUNTS., .
1 " . OFFICERS." -' ' ';
. Wm. Martin, President.
JobnB. Palmor. t Vi VrpaiAmm
John P. Thomar \ Vico-Freaideota.
' A. G. Brenizor, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cathitr, i
chargo of Branches.
John G. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
kell,F. W. MoMaster, John P. Thomas, E. H.
HoinitBh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. ?regg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newbonry,
W. G. Mayes, Newberry. ! *.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
DanielBavonel, Jr.. Charleston. .
-^Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks,.Widows, Or?
phans and others may hero deposit their sav
tugs and draw a liberal rate of interest tl ere
on. Planters, Professional Men and Tnmect
wishing to draw interest en their fonda until
they require' them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to sot apart email
tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose doposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wiehing to lay
aside funds for'future'?BO. are hero afro rd ed
an opportunity bf dopo?itingV their means
whero they, will rapidly actfmulate,' and, at
thosame time,be Bubjoot tcrwithdrawalwhen
needed. AUK 18
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OP coLusini?. s.jo.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 9500,000,
OVTICEBBUK-*?'f . ' ?3? . . ..
John B. Palmor, l'resldenti 1,. . ,?
A. G. Brenizer, Cashier. 1 ' '
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier. * !'/<
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmor, F. W. Mcmas?
ter, B. D. Benn, of R. D. Bunn A Son; G. W.
Be arden, of Copeland A Bear den ; R. L. Bryan,
of Bryan & MoCarter; W. C. Swaffleld, of H.
A W. C. Swaffield. ' 'i- ':'
F. W. McMaBter. Solloitor. . , . .?. < t
THIS Bank ia now open for the transaction
of a general banking business.
G EB Tl Fie ATES OF DEPOSIT of cnrronoy OT
coin, bearing interest at the rate of ??von (7)
per oent. per annnm, in kind, will ho Issued.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited: abie), from Trustee*, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and,others.
Fart i eel ar attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other baal- j
noaa men, andtbo uaual accommodations ex- '*
Notes, Bllts of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and monoy loaned
on collaterals. . - ? .
Stocks, Bonds, Oold, Silver bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
discount. . -". . ".
Sight Drafts dravn direct on' all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Let'rrs of Creilil issued,
I avablein any of thc above placea
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
United States hought and ?obi.
Banking Honae oppoaitc Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
Thc Great Medical Discovery t
Dr. WALKER'S OAliIFOHHXA
S jj Hundreds Of Thousands " ?
. -' ? Bear testimony to their wonderful1?
|2 Curativo Effocta. r.-? p
C-3'a WHAT ARE THEY? ff?
fl ll ^^^^^^ *^ ^
Sg| TIIET ARE NOT A VILE of^g
^IfFANCY DR INK, gil]
Made of Poor Bum. Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
and sweetened to pl cano clio tasto, ca1 lcd --Tonics"
" Appetizers," 41 Restorers, " ftc, that leal tba
tippier onto drunkenness and rill n, but aro a true
Medicino, mudo from tho Nativo Root? nnd
Horba of California, firoo from all Alcohol io
PURIFIER and LIFE GIVING PRXN
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Invignrator
ot the Bystem.'caTTyingolIaU poisonous matter,
and restoring tba blood to a healthy condition.
No person can taketheso Bittern, according to
directions, and remain long unwell.
JU 00 will bo given for an in rn rabin CASO, prtv
ing tho bones uro not destroyed by mineral
poisons or other means, and tba vital organ/
w:e?ted boyond tho point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu?
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi?
go ition. BUiouB, Remittent, and Inter?
mittent Fevers, Diseases of tho Blood,
Livor. Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bit.
tera have boen most successful. Such Dis?
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
is uenerally produced by derangement of th*
'I ii-*y invigorate tho stomach, nnd stimulate
tho torpid livor and bowels, -which nader them
of tin j'pjiillcd efficacy in cloanstng tho b'.oolaf
ni lia ?irli1c*? and importing now lifo and vigar
I<I t ho'w'.ioleayitem.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
j'-iin in tlic Bhonlders, Coughs, Tightness ef the
C.iesi, DiuincKS, Sour Stomach,Rad Taste in
the Mouth, Hi dion? Attacks, Palpitation of tba
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urina, Pain In
tho relions of tho Kidneys, and n hundred other
painful symptoms which nro Uta offspring* ol
Dyspepsia, oro cured by thurso Bitters.
Cleanso the Vf tinted Blood whonover you il nd
its impurities bursting through tho ?kin in Pim?
ples, Eruptions, or Bores: cleanso it whonitis
io ul, and your feeling* will tell you when. Keen
the blood puro and tho health of the ayatom will
PrN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking In
the system of so many thousands, aro effectually I
destroyed and removed.
For full directions, read carefully tho clmus*
around each bottle, printod in four language*
Knttlish, German, French, and Bpanlsh. ,
,T. WALKER, 33*84 Commerce? Btroot, JW. Y..
Proprietor. E. H. Mo DONALD A CO..
Druggist* and General Afrenta.
San Francisco, Cnluornla, and 33 andU Com. '
meroo Street, T?. Y. ' ' "wrm" .
?9? BOLD DY ALL DBUGOIBT8 AND j
DEALERS. < ?.-f
D28|[fffly -GEIGER St MoGREGOM. Agta.
SPECIAL. ATT1?HTION given to thOaol.
loot lon of Commercial Paper, Ift\sre*t
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stooke, and
Conversion of State Securities, by
Nov as Gmo g G AMDRILL. Broker.
The raffle for Tempor?neo Hall, Ac., will
positively take placo on the 10th November.