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THE MILT J?PHOENII.
' "Lot our Just Censure Attend tb? Trn? Event."
BY J A. SELBY", COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18 1871. VOL. VII-NO. isrf.
', OuiOAoo.- A diminutivo sheet, bear?
ing the familiar name of the Chicago
Evenipg Post, bat very unfamiliar io its
make-up and general appearance, gives
forth the same undaunted, oherry tone
of old, and speaks encouragingly th?s:
"Tho people of Ohioago oro m ashes
and mourning; but they ore olivo with
hope and? courage. ; Only while their
energies ?ere employed in checking tho
destruction of their homes and business
houses were they deterred from the work
of beginning again. Only yesterday
Ohioago seemed a smoking, obarrod and
hopeless ruin. To-day it is ulmoBt itself
again. Enough is saved to make a be?
ginning; and a beginuiug every mau,
woman and child seems determined to
The basement of tho Chicago Court
House was the County jail. Nearly 250
prisoners were confined therein. It ?B
reported, but I know not with what cor?
rectness, that nearly all these prisoners
-were left locked up in their cells, and
that they wore burned ?Hve: The story
is, that the jailor and the turnkeys, fore?
seeing the great dungor, released somo
twenty of the prisoners nnd marched
them across tho river to tho polico sta?
tion of the second precinct. Thinking
they would bo ablo to return in ample
time,' the officers locked up all tbe great
doors leading to the jail. On their re?
turn, however, tho old OourC House was
one sheet of flame. Tho intense heat
kept every ono back,-and all' thoso hu?
man boitigs wero lett to their horrible
fate.-Chicago Idler in the Neto York
There was a largo jewelry storo aud a
' bank nearly opposite. The fire hud
touched these, and the doors had been
broken open to let tho firemen ruo theil
hose through the buildings. William
Tracey and . Barney Aaron went for the
jewelry Blore, while Brawu and Munduy
struck for the bank. Both parties were
captured. Two lamp-posts wero con?
venient, and some of the oitizens' spe?
cial police elevated Tracey and Aaror.
thereon; but a Bweoter fate befelMessrs
Munday and Brown. They were cap
tared by some of tho infantry fron
Omaha-men who spot k to a thief witl
the butts of their muskets, and nek hin
where he is going with the muzzle. Tin
consequence was natural. Munday anc
Brown were stood up with their back
against the wall of a house, and th
rifles of tho soldiers did the rest. Si
ended the Ohioago career of the Aaroi
.gang of thieves.-Chicago Letter.
MURDER OP A WHOLE FAMILY.-i
terrible crime', which recalls the horror
of the Tropmann massacre, has reoentl;
thrown the village of Surz, on the Lowe
Alps, into a state of horror and grief, J
whole 'family, consisting of four pei
sons, ? father and mother, and their tw
children, were murdered in their house
on Sunday evening last, tho assassin c
assassins having despatched tho uuhapp
victims with a hatchet.
Pelot's Commercial School,
. . Over Oitizens* Savings Bank,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Book-keeping, Penmanship and Aritkmeli
S IMPARTED by LECTURES- ac
Af?*V\ PRACTICAL LESSONS. In a sing
<%-r**ainJeouroo. young gentlemen aro pr
paiuu l?i the dutieB of tho counting house i
bank. Hourn- 1 to 6 and 7 to 9 o'clock P. M
Oct 5 ' _
T. B. CLARKSON,
.i. Faotor and Commission Merchant.
Office at Br. Beinilsh's Drug Store,
Oct 1- 'COLUMBIA, B.C. Imo
C. I). MELTON. . . W. A. CLAIl
MELTON & CLARK.
TBE Law Firm of Carroll. Melton & Jaunt
having boen dissolved, I have asaociati
with me, in the practice of Law, W. .
Clark, Esq. The business will hereafter 1
conduote'd in the Arm name of Melton
dark, C. D. MELTON.
. Oct. 3 ._Imo
J. P. CABROLL. CUAIILKS F. J ANN J
CARROLL & J AN NEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, s. o.
OW Omeo over Glaze's Jewelrv Store.
Oct3 " 2mo
Universal Life Insurance Company
WE are desirous of securing the servie
of a half dozen active Ganvaseii
Agents in South Carolina for tho Uuivert
Lite Insurance Company, of New York, wi
whom liberal teims will no made.- Wo desi
also rcnpousiblo Local Agents for each toi
in the State. ' , M. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
Stato Superintendents of Agencies
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 8,1871.
Another Supply of New Books.
I7*OUR Years at Yale, by a Graduato of 18
Travele of a Doctor of Physio.
King Arthur. A Poem-by Lord Lytton.
Stories from Old English.Poetry-by Abb
Pictures of Travel-by flans Christi
Ruskins' Letters to tho Workmen.
Origin of Lowest Or?anisms-by Baatiai
Gideon's Rock-by Katherine Saunders.
Episodes in an Obscure Life.
Ouida'sIaBt novol, Folle Farine.
Downiiig'a Selected Fruits for tho Marl
Also, a large assortment of LATE -NOVEI
Just received and for se 'e by
Ootl_Bf YAN A McOARTF.R
. Look to Your Interest.
' feflFf&ga THE u?st. MEAT in tho Marl
."WjffipB mo bo had at our stall, at 8.
TT^ri md l2j<ienta por pound Ord
for Urge ur small quantities, from oity
country, filled promptly.'
STARLING A POPE.
August 8 Stalls 8 and ti
The Exchange House.
flP'? /l^)*ELL.ki.own as "the placo'V
"SNjJitf'whero tho bgst o? drinkables!;
^*^kw and eatables.are furnished, in %
in the full tide of- prosperity. - Thu wh
househaB boen put iii.perfect order, and I
proprietors guarantee that guests oan obi
all th J delicacies of tho. aoaaou-OYSTEJ
FISH, GAME, eto.
Pot 12 PAYqINOETt'A FRANKLIN
Wines and Liquors.
TnESE scarcely require advertising. (
brands or imported WINEd and BRi
DIES are exclusively oar own, being impc
ors' agents for whatever we do not imp
ourselves. Will bo glad to exhibit stock.
Sept 20 GEO. BYMMERE
AN AN CIA) Il TO WINDWARD.-It ia
good seamanship, when there is*reason to
expect heavy weather, to drop an anchor to
"Wo aro in tho midst of tho season of chilla
and fever. Tho sure preventivo ol tim dis
tresBingjnalady is HOSTETTEH'8 STOMACH
BITTEIlS. A course of that wholesome vege?
table tonic will rendor au attack impostiblc.
Tako tho hiut, and drop an anchor-to xcl?tt?
Woak stomachs are most Hablo to bo disor?
dered late in tho'autumn, when tho changes
of temp, ruturo are marked, and frequent,
tiostctler's Bitters fortines* tho btumauh
against tho effects of those 'variations. Let
dyspeptics in uko a note of tho fact, and drop
an anchor lo windward.
. Tho liver is moro sensitivo when tho wea
tber is continually alteruating bet ween tho
warmth of summer and tho cold of winter
than at any other period of tho yoar. Thia ia
peculiarly tho Henson of such alternations.
Lot tho bilious remember'that Hostetlcr's
stomach Bitters ?B essentially an anti-bilious
modiciue, ?nd drop an anchor to rcindward
The wisest -plan ?BIO. forestall Ovil. Tho
next host thing io to arrest it. For diaordera
of tho stomach, irregularities of the bowels,
and all periodical fevers, take, as soon aa the
complaint dovelopa itself, Host otter's Sto?
THU CAUSE: ANO CUKE OF CON?
SUMPTION.-Tho primary causo of Con
sumption ?B derangement of tho digestive or?
gans. This derangement products dificicul
nutrition and assimilation. By aeeitnilatioi
I moan that process by which the nutriment o
the food is converted into blood, and.thcnci
into tho solids of tho body, Persons witl
digestion thus impaired, having thc slight
est pre-disposition to pulmonary diseuse
or if they tako cold, will bo very liable to hav<
Consumption of tho Lungs in somo of it
forma; and I hold that it will bo impoBsibh
to cure any caso of Consumption without tirs
restoring a good digestion and healthy asaimi
lat ion. Tho very ilrst thing to bo done ?B t
cleanse tho stomach and bowels from all dis
eased mucus and slime, which is cloggin,
these organs BO that they caunot perfori
their functions, and then rouseupiuid rcBtor
tho liver to a healthy action. Eor this pm
poso tho surest and beat remedy is Scheuck'
Mandrake Pills. Theao Pills clean tho ste
maoh and bowels of all tho dead and morin
altino that is causing disease and decay in th
wbolo system. They will clear out the live
of all diseased hilo that baa accumulate
(boro, and rouse it up to a new and health
action, by which natural and healthy hilo I
Tho Btomach, bowels and liver are thu
cleansed by tho uao of Schenck'u Mandrali
Pille; but there romains in tho stomach a
exiess of acid, tho organ is torpid and tl:
apotite poor. In the bowels the lacteal* ai
weak, and requiring stn ngth and support,
ia in a condition liku this that Sohenevk's Soi
weed Tonio proves to bo the most valuab
remedy ever discovered. It id alkaline, BI
its use will neutralize all excess of acid, ma!
ing the stomach sweet and fresh; it will gi1
permanent tono to thia important organ, ai
create a good,'hearty appetite, and prepu
tho system for tho fimt process of a good c:
gestion, and ultimately make good, health
living blood. Atter this preparatory tres
ment, what remains to cur? most cases
Consumption is the free and persevering ii
of Hchouck's Pulenonic Syrup. Thu Pulm?n
Syrup nourishes th e. system, pudden the him
and is readily absorbed into tho circulatio
and thence distributed to tho diseased lung
There it ripens all morbid matters, wheth
in the form of abscess ea or tuberclea, ai
then assists Naturo to expel alt the diseaai
matter, in tho form .of ireo expectorado
when onco it ripens. It is then, by tho gre
healing and purifying properties of Schencl
Pulmonic Sy nip, that alt ulcers and caviti
aro healed up sound,and my patient ia cure
Tho essential thing to be done in cuni
Consumption ia to get up a good appetite a:
a good digestion, so that tho body will gn
in lleeh and get strong. If a person bas d
cased lunga-a cavity or abscess there-t
cavity cannot heal, tho matter cannot ript
so long as tho system ia below par. What
nocessary to enre it a new order of things
good appetite, a good nutrition, the body
grow in fleah and get fat; then Nature
helped, the cavities will beal, the matter \i
ripen and be thrown off in largo quantity
sud tho person regain health aud strengi
Thia ia the true and only plan to cure Ci
sumption, and if a person is very bad, if t
lungs aro not antiroly destroyed, or even
ono lung is entirely gone, if there ia cuou
vitality lett in the other to heal up, there
1 have aeon many person? cured with 01
ono sound lung, live and enjoy life to a gt:
old age. Thia ia what Schouek's Medici]
will do to euro Consumption. They will ck
out tho stomach, sweeten and strengthen
get up a good digestion, and give nature I
assistance ?ho needs to clear tho sys teni of
tho disease that ia in the lungs, whatever 1
form mav be.
lt is important that while using Schone
Medicines, caro should be ex> rei s ed not
take cold; keep in-doora in cold and da
weather; avoid night air, and take out. il
exercise only in a genial and warm ttun-shi
I wirh it distinctly understood that wilt
recommond a patient to bo careful in reg
to taking cold, while uaing my med i ri nea, 1
so fer a special reason. A man who has
partially reeovered irom the effects ol a 1
cold ia far more liablo to a rolapao than
who has boen entirely cured; and it is prue
lythe samo in regard to Consumption,
long as the lungs aro not perfectly bea
just BO long is there imrdinent danger of a
roi um of tho disease. Boneo it ia that
strenuously caution pulmonary path
against o x po sing themselves to an at mos p!
that is not gonial and pleasant. Courin
Consumptives' lungs are a mass of so
which tho least chango of atmosphere wit
flamo. Tho grand sect ot of my succcas \
my medicines consists in my ability to sub
inflammation instead of provoking it, aa ni
of tho faculty do. An inflamed lung can
with safety to the patient, bo exposed tn
biting blasts of winier ot 1 he chilling wi ti el
Buring or autumn. It should bo care!
shielded from all irritating influences,
utmost caution should bo observed in
particular, aa without it a euro, under air
any circumstances, is au impossibility.
The person should bo kept on a wholes
and nutritions diet, and all the medicines i
tinned until tho body has r stored to it
natural quantity of flesh and strength.
I was myself cured by this treatment ol
worst kind of Consnmption, and havo live
fret fat and hearty those many years, with
ung mostly gone. I have oared thnusi
since, and very many havo boen cured by
troatment wbom I have never seen.
* About the let of October I expect to
posBoasion of my new building, at tbe Nc
east corner of Sixth and Arch streets, w
I shall bc pleased to give advice to all who
may require it.
Full'directions accompany all my remedies,
so that it person in an? part of thu world can
bo readilv cured bv a strict observance of tho
samo J.*H. BU HUNCH, 31. D., Philadelphia.
For salo bv druggists and doalcra every?
where; JOHN F. H EN HY, 8 College Place,
New York, wholesalo agent. Nov li? fy
SAPFPY RELIE F FOR YOUNG MEN herr,
the effects of Errora and Abuses lu early
lifo. Mauhoiid restored. Nervous debility
cured. Impediments to marriage removed.
New method of treatment. New and reuiarh
blo remedies. Rooka and Circulars sent free,
in sealed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadehlhiu, Pa.
Oct. 12 _ . 2mo
Fall aud Winter Goods.
-Jil THE undersigned begaleave to inform
RX his customers, and the public general
Ifj ly, that bo has jtiat returned from New
York with tho moBt dioico selection of goods
ever brought to this market, embracing HOE
SKINS, Cloths, French and Eimliah Ca si
mercs, Vestings, Ac, of tho most modern
A large assortment of GENTS* FURNISH?
Ry paying close attention to business, he \
expects to receive a shuni of tho public pa?
tronage, (j. D. EBERHARD;.
NEW GOODS !
. HAYING just returned rom New York,
Tja whore I made mv pu chases 1 am prn
(11 pared to show ono of the MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in this mar?
ket. My stock cmbra es French, English and
Scotch Ca ss i me n H. Cloths and Vestings, aud
a full supply of Genta' Furnishing Gooda ge?
nerally. 1 ii ave also a very large stock of the
colebrated "Star Shirta." A share of patron?
age is leapectfully solicited.
Sept 17_ _ J. F. EISENMANN.
The World-Renowned Howe sewing
Arc the Oldest Established of Any lathe World.
IN range of work thia Machine cannot bn
equalled. Will work equally well oil thick
or thin gooda, from gauzs to heaviest beaver
coatings, or even leather, without change of
needle, tenaion or thread. We will warrant
tiiem to do this. Our fino work ia equal to
any, and our heavy work excels that of any
other machino in the world. Ladies wishing
to introdifce thu sewing into their families will
find it a great saving ol time, labor mid ex?
penso to at once purchase tho best. Persons
who have tried all machines aro unanimous in
declaring this to he tho easiest learned nf any
in tho niarkot. If you aro prejudiced in favor
of any particular machine, at least examine
THE HOWE boforo you ifurebase.
ALFRED G. ELY,
General Agent for South Curolina.
Oftiee tln ee doora below Dr. Reiiiiloh'u Drug
Store, Main atreet, Columbia, S. C.
Sept 21 3mo
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumce,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. ?1 per volumo.
Memories of Pat mos. Ry MacDuff $2.
Tho Cnnaervativo Reformation and its The?
ology. Ry Rev. Gbarlos P. Krowtb, D. D. 15
Tho Unaeeu World. Ry Rev. Dr. Stork, tl.
Her Lord and Mastor. Ry Florence Maryatt
Won, not Wooed. Ry the author of Rred in
tho Rone, Ao 50 cents.
Terriblo Temptation. By Charlea Reade.
Uniform odition of Grace Agnilor's Works,
auch aa Mother's Recompense, Vale of Cedars,
?-c., at il per volumo.
The above books sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
lt. & W. C. SWArTIBLO
HAYE JUST RECEIVED
tho birgeat and choicest stock
of READY-MADE CLOTH?
ING, HATH and FURNISH?
ING GO 'DS, that they have ever
offered to the public, und embracing eveiy
BIZ? made. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore dono, we ?ill be en?
abled to sell ata SMALLER PROFIT than
wo have heretofore done.
Our French styles of
CASSIMEBES AND VESTINGS
Are acknowledged by all to bo tho choicest
selection of Goods ever seen in this market.
Our stylo of GETTING UP GARMENTS will
bo superior to anything wo bavo herotolore
Our stock of SHIRTS. SCARFS and UN?
DERWEAR need hut to be seen to be appre?
HATS-wo have all tho latest styles.
Wo are still making to order those perfect
lt. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
OV Country merchants supplied as cheap
as any house South of New York. Sept 10
Old Virginia Hams.
1,000 lbs. Virginia (country-cured)
IAMB, for ealo by
Septfl - EDWARD HOPE.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Copperas, Salt, Lime or
. Alnm. Maroh ll
Meals furnished at aU honra at POLLOCKS'.
Opening of Fail Millinery.
MRS. S. A. SMITH
WILL open THIS DAY a choice
solr-utiou of MILLINERY and
r AN CY GOODS, to which abo m
vu CH thc attention of tho ladies.
Aldo, PATTERNS of tho latent
DRESS MAKING attonded u>
with ?e?tti?vs and despatch.
Order? from thecouutrv aolicitcd. |
Oct 12_ lift}!) ?
Mrs. A. McCormick
WILL ho prepared to open her
handsome and well selected
stock of MILLINERY AND
FANCY ARTICLES on FRIDAY,
the Ut h inst.
She has jual returned from
New York, where she spared no
pains in tho selection of her
?tock, hoping thereby to bo aldo
to please euch and every ono who
may lavin- her with a cull.
lier stuck consists of Rennets, F?ala and
Caps, of the latest and most, fashionable
styles. Handsome Flowers and Feathers in
endless variety. Comets ol tho verj best
make. Furs nf tho latest styles, at remark
ubi} low prices. Also, u good supply of those
handsome ready-made huhs, all ot which bbc
offers at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick solicits a continuation ot
the hind patronage of tho bule e ol Columbia
ai..1 vicinity, assuring them that she ?ill do
till in her power to pleano Oct 3
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
A JJ UK VILLE, S. (J.
THE best selected stock or DRY
GOODS in tho up country. The
grandest display of Millinery io
South Carolina. Dress Making
done in tho very best of stylo. Tho
very best talent to bn had" in Balti?
more iu chargo of tho Millinery and Dress
Making Depart ment?. Rueiness done strictly
upon tho "cash syntem. Grand opening of
full and winter styles to talco placo on Tues?
day, October 10, at ll o'clock. Tho ladies of
tho up-country are invited to attend. Sam?
ples sent upon applica ion. Order? for any
article in thu Millinery lino will bc lilied and
satisfaction guaranteed. Expenses light aud
prices correspondingly lew.
_Snpt 30 Imo JAS. W. FOWLER. Pro'r.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receivinu tho linoet READY
MADK CLOTHING, for old and young
gout lernen, that have ever been offered in this
market No custom-made cnn surpass, and
but few can equal them, in style, and finish,
Wo sell tho best, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from ilie manufacVurersdircct.
Wo keep tho Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, und will lalo; orders for half dozen
or more, and warrant a tit.
UNDER-WE AU in all varieties.
RU Bli Eli CLOTHING.
GLOVES - Loather, Ruck. Kid. Dog, ?at aud
Seal. Rargains tu be bad in GLOVES.
NECK WEAH-all styles. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
some that won't coin.
Wo will take Greenbacks at par for all
R. A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Cenral Wharf, Charleston.
REFERKNOES -Charleston-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, President Pank nf Charleston;
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Rank of
Charleston: Robert Adger, Esq , R. C. Press?
loy, Esq Newberry, S. C.-Rob't L. McCaugh
rin, President National Rank of Newberry.
Chester, S. C.-Mosers. McAliley A Rrawley.
Special attention given to the consignment
?ud aale of COTTON, Dried Fruit, ic.
Kopt 1 t-lm
A. B. MULLIGAN,
CH AHLESTON, 8. C.
f\V\\\\ ' WILL, when placed in funda, pur
tu?yj7ichaHo and forward all kinds of Mer
LSr.i/-ich:i' diz-.*. Machinery, Agricultural im
pl<ments Fertilizers, .Vc * ' Oct C lit
G. R. HOLMES,
Cotton Factor and Commis. Merchant,
C II A R L li S T ON, S .
BUY THE GENUINE
More than 250 Different Modifications.
kOCNTS ALSO ron TUT. IU:ST AI.AHM MONKT
l'A I lt lt \ SHS ?fc t O ,
232 liroadicay, Nein York.
FA Illil i.WCS, ItK'rWfti & rt).,
UK Mi'kstreet. Horton,
For sale by JOHN AON KW A SUN,
Sopt 27 wf 4mo Columbia. S C.
Kinsman & Howell^
Factors and Commission
Libera/Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston y S. C,
August 31 Imo
ol sew hero.
Fall anil Winter
EMBRACING all thu
novelties of tho
season. Wo desire to
call tho attention of tho
public to our LARGE
STOCK, Which for quan
tity, Btylo and variety,
cannot ho surpassed in
tho city-every article
being of custom make
and especially adapted
to this climate. Wo in?
tend to keep up with
tho times in catcriog to
tho tastes of our cus?
tomers, and shall, as
herctoloro, apply our?
selves strictly to tho old
adago, "Quick sales and
UH before purchasing
GOODMAN & SON,
IN view of tho influx of vi?
sitors to Colombia, occasioned
by the prevalence of tho yel
_!low fover in Charleston, the
proprietor iii ROSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to ro-opon bis establishment fur tho accom?
mod?t inn of tho public at once, and therefore
withdraws tho proposals ho has heretofore
made for its Baie or lease.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
aa a first class hon no of entertainment, and
special provision will bo mado for tho comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will be found at
cverv arriving train. W. E. ROSE.
"Motte's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Feccr,
Bilious Diseases, General Debility,
and alt Impurities bf the Blood.
THESE RITTE HS bavo now firmly esta?
blished themselves in the favor of the
public and the medical profession. Prepared
from purely vegetable ingr?dients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulai mg and prophylactic qualities
peculiarly adapt them to all casca of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of the Sys
Aa an excitant of tho appetito and a wh'ole
aonio aid to tho process of digestion, they
will bo found to be very tOicanioua, while
their peculiar medical properiiea render them
of unequaled value to thogo subject to Chills
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
These Bitters will be found most wonder?
fully beni ticial in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. W heresoever intro?
duced, they become a standard article-a
medicinal staple. Uuliko the many noxious
stimulante advertised, they brace arid fortify
tho system without exciting undue cerebral
action. They aro without doubt the best to?
nic and constitutional renovator ever offered
to tho public. MOTTE A TARRANT,
Manufacturera and Sole ProDrietora,
Nowborry, 8. C.
Sold bv E. H. HEINITSII, Columbia, S. C.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on band and daily re?
to* iving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Beaton,
Cincinnati and Louisville,the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evei kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
iug-Rooni Suits; 200 bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-hotlom Chairs. ,
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the boat manner.
't'?TiiiH ci sh and Gond? rhea p. Oct 30
The Dexter Stablea.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stank s to the nen
building, immediately South ol
.tanney's Hall, and, with a nen
?tock of CARRIAGES, BUG
Ol ES Ain tine HORSES, are prepared to an?
swer all calla that may be made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persona in want ot good stock, are invited to
give us a call. Libera] advances made on
sl?.ok left for salo. BOYCE 4 CO.
W. H. Roven.
C. H 1'irrriNnti.i.. I?'u 24
Imported Alts and Porter.
t AA CASKS IMPOSTED SCOTCH and
J.UI t KNtll ISH ALI-S.
Lomb.ii and Dunlin PO RTE ll and Rn men
N. I!.- ? In.' -e have no Cecilius IudioilH or
strychnine in thuir composition. Partie*
prefoirhlg such ingr?dients cnn obtain them
pure at Ur. Heinitsb's. Wo would, however,
recommend a moderate nae of those drugs, aa
tbe supply ot undertakers in thi- citv is
Hm it ed ' GPO SYM MKRS.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general'that 1 have
juat received an entiro new
?tock of Double and Single bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
I'istol belts, Caps, Ruck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridgea for all kinds of Pistole, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, E. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Com, Plonr,
bacon, Lard, Ao., and Family Groceries
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt?
Every One Drinks Seagers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength ?nd improves
their health. March ll
OLD BANK BILLS and MUTILATED
CURR.ENVY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMuRILL. Broker.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
SOUTH P AROLIN A
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
# .-? ? .- '
INTEREST ALLO WEI) AT TH? HA TE i >
SEVEN PEU GENT. PEU ANA UH,
ON CE11T1F1CA2ES OF DEI' Util T,
AND 81X PEE VENT". - COM
POU ED ED EV Eli Y SIX
MONTHS ON A COO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
?. Q Breinzer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant C?fcbkr, i
charge of Branches.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. McMauter, John P. Thomas, E. H.
Hein.itsh, John B. Palmer, Thomas E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W, G. Mayes, Newberry,
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
r/anielltavenel. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, ClerkB, Widows, Or
phana and others may hero deposit'their t-av
uigs and draw a liberal rate of interest ther?
on. Vlantors, Professional Men and Trusteur
wishing to draw intorcst on their tunde util:
they require them for business or other put-'
posos: Parents desiring to oct apart small
?urns for their children, and Blamed Women
und Minoru (whoso deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future nee. are hero afforded
un opportunity of depositing their means
where they wdl rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo timo, bo subject to withdrawal who,-'
?ENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OP COIAJIUtilA, s. c.
Present Capital, $160,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,, $500,000.
John B. Palmor, President.
A. G. Brenizer,.Caebier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W.McMaa
ter, lt. D. Seuu, of II. D. Senn & Bon; G. W
Dearden, of Copeland & Dearden; R.L. Bryan,
of Bryan & McCarter; W. C. Swaflield, of B.
& W. C Swaflield.
F. W. McMaBtor, Solicitor.
THIS Bank is now open for tho transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOBIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at tho rato of seven (7)
per cent per annnm, in kind, will be issued,
Deposits from County Officers especially BO
licited; also, from 2Vu?<ees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
. Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other huti
nesB men, and the usual accommodations ex?
Notes, DiUs of Exchange, und other ?vi?
dence? of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks. Howls, Gold, Sillier hnu'ght'and soldi
Mutilated Currency purchased at a t-mal)
Sight Drafts drawn dirtvl ?rn all the promi?
nent places in England. Irria nd, Scotland,
France, Germany, Uelgiuiu, Holland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters nf Credit inmcd,
I avable in any of tho above pl?ct e
Draft? on all tho promhieu; cities in the
United States bought and sold.
banking House opposite Columbia Ilotei .
i ?poll from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
Thc Great Medical Discovery!.
O Dr. "WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
11 Hundreds of Thousands f? $
"'s, % Bear testimony to their wonderful^
12 ' Curative Effects. C.? p
pi WHAT ARE THEY? ||3
fc| I TTIET ARB NOT A VILE o|?
M ado or Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
und sweetened to pious j ino taste, ca1 led '-Tonics
" Appetizers, " *' Restorers," &c, that lea 1 tho
tippler on to drunkenness nod min, butnroatnio
Miilicine, mudo trom tho Nativo Roots and
Hort* of California; froo from nil Alcoholic
Stimulants. Thsy ar.? I ho G HEAT BLOOD
PURIFIER nnilljIFH GIVING PRLW
OIPLE, o perfect kenuvator and lnvlgorator
ot the Bysteiu, carryiiigott all poisonous matter,
and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
Ko person caa tnko theso Bitters, according to
directions, anti remain long unwell.
$10 0 will bo given for un mcurnblo cane, pro
% riling tho boneB uro not destroyed tty miner il
puis ins or oilier moana, amt the vital organ*
Wisted bovnnd tho point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu?
matism, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi?
co .lion. BiliouB, Remittent, and Intor
mittont Fovers, Diseases of tho Blood.
Livor, Kidneys, and Bladder, thrso Bit?
ters hiivo been m?gt successful. Such Dis
oasos aro caused by Vitiated Blood, which
is ir-ii -r illy produced hy derangement of tho
Tn.-y Invigorate tho stomach, and stimulate
lim torpM ll ver and bowel?, which render them
nf ii-ie<pi:ri!ed efficacy in cloaniting tho blood of
u i itii.r.irti and imparting now lifj and vigor
IO tho whole system.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, r?cudacho,
?.lin in the Hhouldors, lumilis, Tightness o? tho
Ciest. Dizziness, flour Btoinueh, liad Tasto in
Otc Mouth, Pillions Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urine, Pain in
tho regions of tho Kidneys, and n. hunrlred other
niinful symptoms which aro tha offspring of
DvHrcpBlu, aro cured by tlieso Ritters.
Clcanto tho Vitiatetl Blood whenever you find
lt* impurities bursting through .hu skin in Pim?
ples, Eruptions, or Sores: . ir-imo it wlionitia
foul, and yourfeolings will tell you when. Keep
' tho blood pure and tho lioiUh of tho ny ?tom will
PIN, TAPE, and other WORM?, larking In
tho System of Vo many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed and removed. .
For full directions, read carefully tho circular
around each bottle, printed in four languages
English, German, French, ond Spanish.
J. WALKER, 8) & 34 Oommnreo Street, N. Y.
Proprietor. B. H. MCDONALD ic CO.,
Drug ?-' 'and General Agents.
Bin Francisco, Cal forii a, and 32 and S t Com
merco KtrH?t, N Y.
?ar SOLD i?y AI L DRDGOISTS AND
DEALERS. ;. - .
D28||J*ly GEIG? lt A MolHF.GOK, Av??.
SPECIAL. ATTIi N I ion given to theool.
leotion of Commercial Paper, Interost
an State and Railroad Bonds ana Stocks, and
?onvor?ion of State Securities, by
Nov 23 Gmo P GAMBRILL. Broker.
The raffle for Temperance Hall, Ao., will
positively take place on tho 10th November.