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. BY J. A. SELBY. V CO?tJMBlA, S. C.. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1871. VOL. VII-r-NO 120&?r
*cw Ba g ? 1 I a? g Ji.
$170,000.000 IN THHBS YHABH.-The
alien, i co bor ted go vela menu of the
SoatWn^S tok?A^y ? tho ; Wa^bag^torj
of thia deb? ia't?ow, oten after all tho ex
posa rea g mad? and protesta uttered,
not loes than 3^000,.OOQ., ?Sbquld, Qran.t
D5 ??-vr??v?u, e?^?jr Oh,u ?i. lu??o otates
-will inevitably beoomo bankroot.
" m r---- 1 ; ag.
The DAILY BAFFLES of tho Charleston
Charitable Association take place every morn?
ing- mut. in nt?lnnb|. ?*. thsi? CSCS, CU
.?! ::?.W??BM.- / '
A r WHITE 'WOMAN to cook (with s't?v?)
xV abd do general houao.'work'in a family ia
tho country. Wages $15 per month, with
boaid. I Beter ?neos Voqu i rc iL ? Apply hy lotter
to W., giagrilia P? 04 6.0. : ? Nov li a
<i,?'?.-t?js.??? i Boarding. ... ?.?.-'.. 1
"H/TIB9 CORDELIA MORDECAI announdes
1U. tnat bec establishment, South-west cor?
ner of Sumter ana Lady streets, ls prepared
to wjcomrnodato BOARDERS, penuaher*?and
transient, where tho tastos and comforts ol
the moat'f?i?tidious wilt he guaranteed.
Kerf 9, j j .. _ Umo
^Lua Li?r '110?7 ot :flne iKentuoky iQi
WKLL: MULES and HORSES, just ar-/V$?F
^^Vived. Call at ! /'<M
.UkV) -, . . ,K DALY'S STABLES,
Pot 7_On Assembly street.
j^ij ,.; . Tho, Best Beef,
^-fedMtaS?MUTTON, Pork and Sausages,
S^?fSSaHcau bO obtained at Stalle 3 and 5,
Tr^TI for lesa money than at any other
plaqe. Try us. STABLING A POPE.
NOv7 . ? ? ? t
Oriri ?r^lr\?ri FEET OP LUMBER,
OUU,UUU 60,000'feet of. well sea?
soned Flooring on hand.
Orders fot Lath*, and all kinds Lamber flllod
- at short notice? Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Groonvillo Railroad, or
addrsBB W. LOWRY A CO.,
Pet 27 8mo Box 180, Columbia, B. C.
Corns, In-growing fi ailB, &C,
CURED BT MONS. BEROKIl,
WITBOUT GIVING ANT PAIN.
TO THE LADIES.
LADLES mot liking to have their own Corn?
attended to by a stranger, can do it
themselves . by using Mona. Berger's COHN
SOLVENT, whion acts only on Corns, and has
no effect whatever on the flesh. This prepa?
ration contains neither alkali, poison nor
aoid. The cure ia oertain. Apply at Hendrix
House.. ? ? . ? _._Oct 81
R. O. SmVBJS. DAVID JONES.
70S THE WEEK
JU S T IN.
A beautiful collection of DRESS GOODS.
An elegant assortment of FURS.
A superb lot of SHAWLS aud CLOAKS.
Brilliant stock of CARPETS AND OIL?
Magnificent collection of MILLINERY.
Unique and fashionable HAIR GOODS, of
every kind. (Paropa Rosa Curl, now.)
Valuable' collection of ORNAMENTAL
Choice and pretty TOILET ARTICLES and
Tho,best KID GLOVQjjjkud HOSIERY de?
Magnificent ?took hand-mado BOOTS and
Elegant and stylish HATS and CAPS.
Tho best stock of UMBRELLAS in the
Magnificent Art Gallery. Public invited to
The best WHOLESALE STOCK SOU rn, on
our third floor.
Making a grand total or tho LARGEST, tho
HANDSOMEST, the CHEAPEST and BEST
COMBINATION ol GOODS in tho United
States, of the kind, under root.
Nov 7_R. C. SHIVER & CO. '
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS of aU kinds and descriptions, plain
and fancy Oaadioe, Nuts, Lemona, Pige,
Jellies and Canned Fruits.
Bread, Cakes and Rolla, fresh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7_Main street.
1C\CiCi C\C\(\ FEET LUMBER. Par
.UU^/^UUU ties can bo supplied at
reasonable rates by applying to
8ept 2 JOHN E. GYLES, at Hope's store.
If You Want School Books,
pt O to BRYAN A MoCARTER, who have a
VJT frosh supply of English, French, Ger?
man and classical SCHOOL DOOKS, also of
School Stationery of every description, all for
sate at lowest market rates._Sept 19
EDWARD HAIGKT & CO.,
No. O Wall Street, Niw York.
[Etas Per Cent. Interest Allowed on Deposita,
i wfliF, business of our firm is the same as
J. any State or National Bauk. ,
Individuals or firms banking with us may
deposit and draw as they please, tho same aa
with any Bank, oxoept that we allow interest
on all balancos (of five per cent,)
We buy and sell Bonds, Stocks, Gold, busi?
ness papers, and collect business notes and
dr .tts throughout tho United States, giving
prompt returns. Nov c, im^
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
, I HAVE on hand a soled_
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL-C?**?B
AuSitY, CLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
WAKE, which I will dispose of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in my lino dono promptly and
on good terms.
AU articles and work warranted to bo as
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below PHOXIX o?)oe, Main street.
Summer Schedule B. ft u. R. H.,
r^U^auj DOWN TRAIN, UP TRAIN.
Z?-Arrive Loavo. Arrivo. Leave.
Sparlanburg.. ?.80 6.25
Bat os vi Ile. COO G.(JU 4. tu 4 63
Pacolet. 6.08 6.13 4.40 4.45
Jonesville. 6.43 6.48 4.(15 4.10
Unionville. 7.25 7.60 8.05 8.25
Santuo. 8.20 8.25 2.30 2.85
Fish Dam. 8.40 8.45 2,10 2.16
Shelton. 9.15 9.20 1.85 1.40
LyleB* Ford.l. 9.40 9.45 LIQ 1.17
Strother.. 10.05 10.10 12.50 12.55
May 24 TUOS. B. JETER. President.
In?Ugwlion^.not.dangerons, ?jthe faculty.
Perhaps not in itself, while it romaine mere
indigestion).bat look at, the consequences to
which it may lead, ?nd often does lead, when
it becomes ?chronic dlaeaao. A spark of fire
is a (midi thing. A pressure of the foot will
put it oat; s breath will ext in guie h it. Yet it
may Are a powder mill, or kindle a flame that
will consume a city. . In like manner indi?
gestion flaky produce gastritis, cancer of the
[ etomach, congestion of the bowels, apoplexy,
liver disease, and many, other dangerous
m&l&iJsSj., Is it not wi"je, then, tc cheek it ic
tho gorm? Nothing is more clearly and in?
disputably established than that HOSTET
TEK'S STOMACH BITTERS will eradicate
dyspepsia ingall its stages. Ibo true policy,
however, is to extinguish it in the first stages
with thia wholesome, powerful and infallible
tonio and alterative. lt is easier to quench a
spark than a flame, and it is oaaier to cure
dyspepsia when it .is first developed, than
when it bas made headway by neglect, and
become complicated with other ailments.
There ie not the shadow of a doubt that the I
Bitters aro as directly antagonistic todyspep-'J
ala as water is to fire! Thero are thousands
of oases on reoord proving this faot Tho
remedy is safe and agreeable. All the liquors
of commerce prescribed as stimulants, leave
a sting behind. But the sting la taken ont of
the spirituous basis of tbiB great remedy by
vegetable medication; and, moreover, the
stimulant thus medicated ie of exceptional
purity. Of all tonlos taken as safeguards or
remedies for fever and ague, bilious remit?
tents, and other fall epidemics, it is the only
one that can uniformly bo depended upon.
Nov 9 +3
THE CAUSE AND CUBS OF CON?
SUMPTION.-The primary canee of Con-]
snmption is derangement of tho digestive or?
gans. This derangement produces deficient 1
i nutrition and assimilation. By assimilation
I mean that proco BS by which the nutriment of
the food ia oonverted into blood, and thence
into the solids of the body, Persons with
digestion thus impaired, having the slight?
est pre-disposition to pulmonary disease,
or if they take oold, will no very li a bio to havo
Consumption of tho Lunga in some of its
forms; and I hold that it will ho impossible
to onreany case of Consumption without first
? restoring a good digestion and healthy assimi?
lation. The very first thing to be dono'is to
cleanse the stomach and bowels from all dis?
eased mucus and slime, which is clogging
i these organs so that they cannot perform
their functions, and then rona cup and restore
the liver to a healthy action. Bor this pnr
?OBO the surest and best remedy is 8 ch ei i o k's
[ and rako Pills. The BO Pilla olean tho ato-.
? mach and bowels of all tho Aad and morbid
j slim o that is causing disease and decay in the
whole system. They will clear out tho liver
of all diseased bile that has accumulated
there, and rouse it up to a now and healthy
action, by which natural and healthy.bile is
The stomach, bowels and liver arc thus 1
oleansed by the uso of Hckenck'e Mandrake
Pills; but thorn remains in the stomach an
oxcesa of acid, the organ is torpid and the
apetite poor. In tho bowels tho lactoals arc
I weak, and requiring strength and support. It
1 is in a condition liku this that f?chenck's Sea?
weed Tonio proves to bu the roost valuable
remedy ever discovered. It is alkaliue, and
ita use will neutralize all excess of acid, mak?
ing tho stomach sweet ani fresh; it will give
permanent tone to this important organ, H nd !
create a good, hearty appetite, nud nronorel
the sys tem for tho first process of a good di?
gestion, and ultimately make good, healthy,
I living blood. After this preparatory treat?
ment, what remains to euro most cases of :
i Consumption is tho free and persevering uso
I of Hohonck's Puluionio Syrup. Tho Pulmo nie
Syrup nourishes tho system, purifies the blood
aud is readily absorbed into tho circulation,
and thence distributed to tho diseased lungs.
There it ripens all morbid matters, whether
in tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and
then assists Nature to txpel al! the diseased
matter, in the form of treo expector?t inn,
when onco it ripens. It is then, by thc great
healing and purifying properties of Scbenck'e
Pulmonio Syrup, that ali ulcers aud cavities
aro healed up sound, and my patient is cured.
Tho essential thing to be dono in curing
Consumption is to get up a good appetite and |
a good digestion, so that tho body will grow
in flesh and get strong. If a person has dis?
eased lunge-a cavity or abscess there-the
cavity oanuot heal, tho matter cannot ripen,
so long as tho system is below par. What is
necessary to cure is a new order of things-a
good appetite, a good nutrition, tho body to
?row iu flesh and get fat: then Nature is I
elpod, the cavitiee will heal, the matter will I
ripon and be thrown off in largo quantities,
and the person regain health aud strength,
j This is tho true and only plan to cure Con?
sumption, and; if a person is verv bad, if tin
langs are not entirely destroyeJ, or oven il
, one lung ia entirely gone, if thero is enough
vitality left in the other to heal up, thero is
1 havo seen many porsout enrod with only
ono sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good
old age. This is what tichonck'a Medicines
will do to cure Consumption. They will clean
j out the stomach, sweeten and strengthen it,
get up a good digestion, and give nature tho I
assistance she needs tn clear the.system of all1
tho disease that is lu tho lunga, whatever the
form may bc.
It is important that whilo using Schenck'i
Medicines, caro should be exercised not t<
take cold; keep in-doors in cold and damp j
weather; avoid night air, und take oat-door i
exercise only iu a genial and warm sun-shine. ,
I wish it distinctly understood that when I ?
recommend a patient to bo careful in regard I
to taking cold, whilo using my medicines, I do
so for a special reason. A niau who has but
partially recovered from thu effects ol a bad
cold is far more liablo to a relapse than ono
who has boen entirely cured; and it is preciso- j
ly tho samo in regard to Consumption. S.>
j long SB the lungs are not perfectly healed.
I just so long is thero imminent danger of a full
return of tho disease. Heneo it is that I so
strenuously caution pulmonary patients j
against exposing themselves to un at mosphere I
that is not genial and pleasant. Coiitirmed
Consumptives' lungs are a mass of sores,
which tho least chango of atmosphere will in?
flamo. Tho grand secret of my success with
my medicines consists hi my ability to sn bil no
inflammation instead of provoking it, as many
of tho faculty do. An inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, bo exposed to tho
biting blasts of winter or thocldfling winds of I
spring or autumn. It should bo carofully j
shielded from all irritating influences. The
utmost caution should bo obsorved in this
I particular, as without it a cure, under almost
any circumstances, is an impossibility.
The person should bo kept on a wholesome
and nutritious dio t, and all the medicines con?
tinued until tho body has restored to it tho
natural quantity of flesh and strength.
I was myself" enred by this treatment of the
worst kind of Consumption, and have lived to
?-ot fat and hearty these many years, with one
ung mostly gone. I have cured thousands
since, 'and very many have been cored by this
treatment whom I have never seen. :
About tho 1st of October I expect to take
pbfBSoaaion of my new building, at tho North?
east corner of Sixth and Aron streets, where
I shall ba phrased to gtvo advice to all who
may require it.
Foll directions accompany all my remedies,
so that a person in any part of the world can
be reidilv cured' by r. strict observance of tho
.ame. J.'H. B?HENOK, M. T?, Philadelphia.
For sale by druggists- and dealers every?
where. JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place,
Now York, wholesale agent._Noy 19 ty
? Lea & Perrins' Sauce,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
..TUB ONLY QOOD SAUCE."
It improves appetite and digestion, and it ie
unrivaled for its flavor.
We are directed by Messrs. LEA A PER?
RINS to prosecute all parties making or Tend?
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 jGmo_Agents. New York.
HAPPPY RELIEF FOR YOUNG MEN from
tho effects of Errors and Abnecs in early
lifo. Manhood restored. Nervous debility
cured. Impediments to marriage removed.
New method of treatment. New and remark
ble remedies. Rooks and Circulars sent free,
in sealed envelopes.
Address.. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. S
South Ninth street, PhUadolohia, Pa.
Oct l?_,_2mo ;
Change of Schedule.
WILMIKOTON, COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA R. R. CO.
WILMINGTON, N. C., AUOUBT G. 1871.
Slfmttimmm^ AFTER this dato tin
fBgfjlBIfollowing achedulu wit
be run by trains on this road:
BAY EXPnF.BS TO AW [BAILY. ]
Leave Wilmington [Union Depot | 8.50 A. M
Arrive at Florence. 9.13 A. M
Arrive at Kingsville.12.20 P. M
Lesve Kingsville. 0.10 A. M
Arrive at Florence. 12 03 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington. 5 30 P. M
NIGHT EXPRESS THAIN, SUNDAY EXCEPTEB.
Leave Wilmington. 7.10 P. M
Arrive at Florence. 1.34 A. M
Arrivo at Kingsville. 8.45 A. M
Leavo Kingsville. 8.45 P. M
Arrive at Florence.A.... 11.05 P. M
Arrivo at Wilmington. 5.60 A. Al
Aug 9 JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Bup't.
Charlotte.Colombia and Augusta R. I
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 4,1871.
mg schedule will bo run over this road:
Train No. 1. Train No. !
Leavo Augusta.3.25 A. M. 6.00 P. J
Loavo Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 T. ?
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. ?
Gi ri NO SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8.15 P. ?
Loavo Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. J
Arrivo Augusta.G.50 P. M. 7.30 A. I
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Su:
(lavs except i'd. Roth trains make close co:
neotiou tu all points North, South and Woe
Through tickets sold and baggage cheeki
to all principal points. Standard time-Was
ington City time, 1G minutes faster than th
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E. R. DORSEY, Gen. Freight and Ticke t Agr
Greenville and.Columbia Railroad.
COLUMDIA, S. C., MAKCU 1,1871.
fS?HSTPB8SgaS-] ON and after ll
|Rj5SSffl^SK?3Be(lato, the followi
schedule will he run daily! Sundays excepte
Leavo Columbia at. 7.00 a. :
" Alston.9.10 a.
" Newberry.11.15 a.
" Cokesburv. 3.00 p.
Arrivo at Greenville. G.30 p.
Loavo Greenville at.G.15a.
.? Relton.8.05 a.
.? Cokesbury...10.07 a.
M Abbevillo. 8.15 a.
" Newberry. 1.60 p.
" Alston. 4.05 p.
Arrive at Columbia.5.55 p.
THOS. DODAMEAD, General Sui
M. T. RARTLETT. General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
SOOTH CAIIOLINA RAILROAO COMPAN
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 9, 187
and after .Sunday, 11th instant:
MAIL AND l'A.SS KN G Kit THAIN.
Leave Columbia at.7.40
Arrive at Charleston at.3.20
Leave Charleston at.8.20
L rrive at Columbia at.3.40
NIGHT K?PHF.S.H, F lt KI G HT AND ACCOMMOBA1
THAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.50
Arrive at Charleston at.G.45
Leavo Charleston at.7.10
Arrivo at Columbia at.G.00
Camdon Accommodation Train will i
timm to ron to Columbia as tormcrly- J
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-Prcsidei
8. R. PICKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. R. CO.
COMPANY S?ur?, N. C., June 3.18,
be un over thin Road in accordance wit)
following TIME TABLE.
Trains Going East. Trains Wc
AHMTE. LEAVE. AHHIVK. LEJ
Charlotte 5.35 am 3.10
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8.23am 6.20pm 6.8C
Gr'nsb'oll.08amll.l8am 8.25 p ni 8.35
CoShopl2 40 p m 1.05 pm 9.5G p ni 10.11!
Hillsb'ro 2.28pm 2.33pm 11.85p tn 11.8?
Raleigh 5.05 p m 2.05 a m 2.4t
Goldsboro 7-20 a m
Charlotte?.Ifni m 8.00 pm
Salisb'ry 4.3'2am 4.37am 5.15 pm 5.2(
Gr'nsb'o 1.25am 1.35am 2.10pm 2.21
CoShopll.S7pml2.02am 12.30pm 12 6(
Hiilsbrol0.07pm 10.00am 11.07 a m 11.11
Raleigh G.68 p m 7.40 a ni 8.41
Goldsb'o 3.00 p m|
Juno G W. H. ?REEN. Mas. Tra
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroa
i iiuiuiiMfi Loavo Anderson.COO]
UgggffBl " Pendleton. 7.00
Arrivo at Walhalla.8.80
Arrive at Anderson.6.80
Watting at Anderson ono hour for tho ai
if up train on Greenville and Columbia ]
July 2 W. H. D. GAILLARD, E
W. D. liOYE. B. li. HOOBKEBY.
AN KUTI HE NEW STOCK OT
NEEDLE II ORK SETS,
D U CHESS LACE COLLA RS,
POINT LACE COLLARS.
Roman Sash Ribbons,
IN NEW DEMONS.
IN.NEW COLORS AND ALL VARIETIES.
WE carry a big stock of FLANNELS and
Blankets, Joans and Tweeds, Caaei
meres and Cloth?.
The Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all tho newest styles out.
DJ FURS, wo aro showing some styles which
are not to bo found elsewhere.
Tho stock of Carpets, Bugs, Oil-Cloths, Ac,
cannot bo excelled.
Our goods aro all selected from tho best
makes. Wo guaranteo all goods we sell, do
business on the ono price system, and allow
no boase to "undersell ns."
Nov 5 W. D. LOVE tc CO.
LIST of REAL ESTATE, ia the city of Co?
lumbia, on which l axes havo not beon
Adams, Tbos, Blanding, between Wayno and
Gadsden. Allen, Mrs Mary E, John Lynch,
trustee, corner Richardson and Blauding.
Butler, W B, Laurel, between Huger and
Pulaski. Bookman, R, South-west corner Wa?
verley. Burns, B, Plain, near Winn. BBS
Campbell, James 8, Richardson, between
Taylor and Blanding. Childs, Johnson and
Willard, Laurel and Assembly. Cbiaolm, Dr
J J, Laurel, between Gadsden and Wayno.
Cuthbert, E, corner Richland and ?nil.
Clark, L C, corner Richland and BarnweU.
Covisart, L. Blossom and Richardson.
Dukes, Phillip, corner Plain and Gadsden.
Davis, B, Henderson, between Gervais and
Sonata. Davis, Aaron, Barnwell, between
Washington and Lady. DeSaussure, D B,
Wheat, Indigo, Barnwell and Harden.
Elliott, R B, Taylor, between Richland and
Sumter. Edwards. H E, corner Marion and
Pendleton. Eichelberger, B, Indigo, botween
Bull and Marion.
Fields, James, Laurel, between Gadsden and
Wayne. Foster, 1'etor, oorner Blossom and
Gregg, Mr? D M, cornerTaylor and Marion.
Green, J C, Mrs, corner Taylur and Bull.
Green, Joseph, corner Blossom and Wheat.
Grant, Borneo, Laurel, between Wayno and
Gadsden. Gruber, Steveu, Agent, corner
Gatva and Green. Guignard, J S, Exe?
cutor, South-west corner Gervais and
Bull. Goodwyn, Alfred, Taylor, near Marion.
Garnett, C F M, Bickens, Henderson, Lumber
and Richland. Goulding, Patsy, Wayno. near
Blanding. Clover, Julia Ann, Gervais, Barn?
well and Winn. Goodwin, Musan, Gadsden,
near Lumber. Givens, Jessie, Richland.
Harris, Eliza, estate, Gates, between Senate
nm! Gervais. Hix, Henry,Waverly. Harmon,
Robert, Laurel, between Sumter und Marion.
Herron, Charles, Laurel, between Pulaski and
Huger. Hort, E B, Laural, between Marion
and Sumter. Hitchcock, estate, Assombly and
Jackson, Jas, Laurens, between Washington
and Lady. Jenkins, Sam, Gadsden, botween
Blain and Washington. Johnaon, Samuel,
Lumber, between Hendcrsou and Barnwell.
Johnson, Henry, corner Pulaski and Bland?
ing. Johnson, Beter, Sumter, between Blos?
som and Divine. Johnson, Isahella, Lincoln,
between Blain and Washington. Johnson,
Kennedy, Jas S, Green, between Gates and
Loiding, II. corner Henderson and Senate
Lowndes, C i>, Lumber, between Lincoln and
Gadsden. Lott, Auna, corner Senate and As?
sembly. I.vBrand, W C, Richardson, between
Gervais and Lady. Lynch, Rev P N, Richard?
son and Blanding to Minuter.
Martin, Jas, estate, Marion, botwecu Rich?
land and Lumber. Marshall. Mrs A, Bland?
ing, between Richardson and Sumter. Myers,
W J, corner Gervais and Winn. Mitchell,
Willson, corner Marion and Pendleton. Mon?
teith, Walter S, Eastern extension, 14 acres.
Reese, Alonzo, corner Assombly and Medi?
um. Roeso, Marin, corner Gates und Medium.
Babb, Jesse, estate of, Gates, between Se?
nate and Pendleton. Rose, Wm E, corner
Gervais and Assembly. Robinson, Caleb,
.omer Washington and Winn. Radcliffe. T
W, estate of. corner Pendi? ton and Assembly.
Stevens, Mrs E, Tobacco, between Lincoln
and Gates. Stuart. Caroline, Pendleton and
Medium. Sonic, Julien, Richardson, between
Blanding and Laurel. Sims, Jas T, Laurel,
between Bull and Bickens. Self, J, extension
of Richardson street. Scott, Jae, estate, Ri?
chardson, near Upper.
Tozer, Richard, Lady, between Assembly
Walker, Thoa P, Richland, between Lincoln
and Gates. Wadlow, Wm. Oates, between
Washington and Lady. Ward, Mrs M S, es?
tate. Lumber, between Sumter and Marion.
Watkins, Mrs I) R, D R DeSaussure, 'agent
Washington, bet wc ein Richardson and Suinter.
Yates. Mrs M A, Pendleton, between Sumter
Notice is hereby given that Executions
against the abnvc-iiaiiied persons, for arrears
of city taxes, have been issued ti nd placed in
my hands for collection; und that tho above
named re.il estate will he sold in satisfaction
thereof and of the penalties and charges in
.nrrcd. at public auction by inc, before tho
Court House in the city of Columbia, on the
15th dav of November, 1871, unless said taxes,
assessments and penalties be paid beforo that
time, at my office, City Hall.
JOHN A. JACKSON.
Chief of Police Citv of Columbia,
abortion hours, *.) A. M. to'2 I?. BL Oct 25
PLANTERS cnn have SEED BARLEY at
(1.25 por buahul. Terms cash.
Sept 22 JOHN C. BEEPERS.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I have
_#C??javJu8t returned from tho North,
v ?and am now proparcd to fur?
nish all in want of GUNS, Rides and Repeat?
ers, of latest styles and liest qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Anparains, of all
kinds and descriptions, ni?reduced prices.
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Nova P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
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VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
ABTICLES IN THE
DRY GOODS LINE
WE h a YO jost rotara ed from tho North
(tho second timo this fall) with tho
largost and heat lino of DRY GOODS we ever
have had tho pleasure of offering to thia mar?
ket. Evory department ?B crammed fall of
choice goods of overv atylo, kind and variety.
A big Block of DRESS GOODS and Menu'
Wear-they aro in atoro and mast be sold.
Also, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, 8kirts, j
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Goods of |
all kinds. Notions-a largo, very largo stock.
EVIDENCE.-Our friends tell as every day I
that wo sell tho boat and cheapest goods in
the city; and, as wo keep no flash goods, but
do brfsinesa in a plain, straightforward way,
it will ho to your interest to purchase your
N?v 2_PORTER & STEELE.
Mrs. A. McCormick
WILL be prepared to open her
handsome, and well selected
stock of MILLINERY AND
I FANCY ARTICLES on FRIDAY,
i tho Cth inst.
She has jost returned from
New York, where ?ho spared no
pains in the selection of her
Block, hoping thereby to be able
to please each and every one who
may favor hor with a oall.
Her stock consists of BonnetB, Hats and
Caps, of tho latest and most fashionable
styles. Handsome Flowers and Feathers in
endless variety. Corsets of the very best
make. Furs of the latest styles, at remark?
ably low pricoB. Also, a goori supply of those
handsome ready-made Suits, all ol which she
offers at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick solicits a continuation of
Hie kind patronage of the ladies of Columbia
sud vicinity, assuring thom that abe will do
all in her power to please._Oct 3
?F it was only In tho matter of GROCERIES,
this question could never be asked, be?
cause tho people of Columbia and up-countiy
already know tho fact and act upon it.
Wo offer the beat goods to he fonnd in any
known market, and if better than tho best
could possibly bo had, wo should bavo them.
Our perishable gooda are fresh, daily. We?
ean scarcely supply the demand, dull as times
aro. In this class wo include Hams, break?
fast Strips, Tongues, Ac.
In Flour-handling, wo think, moro heavily
than any merchant hero, we offer peculiar In?
ducements in quality as iu price.
In Liquors, I am assured you have Hie in
side track. Wo trust all who give us a call
will acknowledge the "Corn."
In Fancy Groceries and Canned Goods, our
assortment is unequaled; every novelty
Being added to stock promptly, and standard
goods always ou hand.
Ho, dear reader, whenever yonr stock of j
Groceries rons short; whenever a delicacy ia
required for tho sick room; whenever tho ap?
petite of tho epicure fails; in short, whenever
you want anything elao hut Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, or Queen's Delight, call; and Wo
can toll you. also, where they can be got for
nothing. " GEO. 8YMMERS.
Universal Life Insurance Company
WE aro desirous of securing tho service i
of a half dozeu activo Canvassing
AgentB In South Carolina for tho Universal
Life Insurance Company, of New York, with
whom liberal teims will oo made. Wo desire
aJso renponsibio Local Agents for each town
In thu Ktiite. M. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 8, 1871.
Private Boarding House,
BY MUS. SAMUEL TOWN?
SEND, Sonate street, South?
east of tho Capitol, one square
from Main street, Columbia,
Oct 2ti Imo
IN view of tr.9 influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
hythe provalence ot tho yel?
low fever in Charleston, the
proprietor of ROSE'S HOTEL ba* concluded
to ro-opon his establishment for tho accom?
modation of the public at once, and therefore
withdraws tho proposals ho has heretofore
noun: for its sale or leasn.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
aB a first class house of entertainment, and
special prevision will be made for tho comfort
and convenience of fsmiiies.
Carriages and an Omnibus will be found at
every arriving train. W. E. ROSE.
Baker's Superior Cod Liver Oil
I fi) DOZ KN Baker's COD LIVER OIL, for
L*J salo, wholesale, and retail, by
(?et Ji? t E. H. HEIN_ITSJI, Druggist.
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Ventral Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES-Charloaton-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, President Bank of Charleston;
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of
Charleston: Robert Adger, Esq., B. C. Proas
loy, Esq. Newberry, 8. C.- Rob't L. Mei hui g li?
rio, President National Bank of Newberry.
CheBter, H. C.-Messrs. McAliley A Brawlcy."
Special at toni ion given tn tho consignment
and sale of COTTON, Dried Fruit, Ac.
Sept 1 t4m
. . ,,. Cheviot 8b?rt?.
? j wi'^fcVo'r???W?a nv? ?ozen C?HEVlb?"7
8HIBT8, thai ve will winnot:tb??lofe pure,
: and m ado by D. Sc J. Ati?nrooh, Glasgow, who.
[manufacture these goods txolusively. ' .
j j .J : ? ' ! i ...ALBO,*'* .... . ?>
, >' 50'pwtF ??6 2LACK CASSIMI??iF. FANTS,
i ; fe H?.T8, HAT8,- HATS. A fresh an irai. '
I.! OotilG Imo \ a . CHILDS & "WILEY. ft
Georgia lime and Fertilizer Company \
/^FPER their SHELL Ll?r?fe td the planting
V/ pub?c in foll ooufldenoa.in its excellence 3
aaa ,.,..*.,, , , .; . ?jp'i i >, ;. . . it;
ibfras extensively used the past eeanon on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton,and has given entire
satisfaction, as is shown by a number ot
certificates from some of tho beat planters lu
Qeotgia and Hon th Carolina.
? Our prices for Fertilizing, orX Lime/is tl5
fier ton cash, put up in casks or barrels, de
ivered in the city of Augusta or at any lund- .
ino; on tim H?y?npah stiver. The pi .co of our ?
XxX. or Mason's Lime, is $2 per .barrel, de?
livered aa above. ' .*
We are agents for the celebrated "Stonewall'
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English JP}a?
solved Bone,*1 which wo receive direct from
England, and oan offer to the publie at; re?
duced pricen. COLES, SIZER Sc CO.,
No. 14 McIntosh street. Augusta,"Ga.
, Agent, TilOS. B. CLARKSON, Colnmbi?; S.
?._;_ Oct 13 gmo
The World-Renowned Howe Sewing
Are (he Oldest Established of Any in the World.
IN rango of work this Machine cannot be
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
or thin goods, from gauze to heaviest beaver
coatings, or even leather, without change of
needle, tension or thread. We will warrant
them to do this. Our hoc work ia equal te
any, and our heavy work excels' that'of any
other machine in tho world. Ladies wishing
to introduce tho sewing into their families will
find it a great aaving of tirr c. labor and ex?
pense to at once purchase the nest. Persons
who havo tried all machidosare unanimous in
declaring this to be the easiest learned of any
in tho market. If you aro prejudiced in favor
of any particular machine, at least examine
THE HOWE before you ourchaso.
ALFRED G. ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
O?ico three doors below Dr.Heinitsh's Drug
Store, Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
Sept 21_? _ 8mo
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M.v 23 tnHjlj_
? GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MILLIONS Hour Testimony to the
Wonderful Cu rmi ve Eflecra of
Dil. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
J. WALKER Hrcrricior. ll lt. MCUOMALXI tt Co., t'roggi.U and
Gen. Af li, S JD 1 r?ucl,co, Cat, aol SJ ?a 1 Si Commer?a Si, H.Y
VI licuar Hitters aro not avilo Fancy Drink.
Made of Poor Rum, Whisker. Proof Spirit*
nud Refuse Liquors doctored, spiced and sweet?
ened to pienso ttic taste, called "Tonics,' "Appetlz. ,
crs," "Restorers," ?e.. Unit lend tlic tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, hut aro atnie Medicine, made
from ilia Native F.00U and Herbs of California, tree
from all Alcoholic Stimnlnnt?. They are the
GREAT DLOOD PURIFIER and A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect Innovator and
Invlfcorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring thc blood to a healthy condition.
Ko person can tnko tlicso Hitters according to direc?
tions and remain long unwell, provided their bones
arc not destroyed by mineral poison or other means,
and tho vital organs T.'astcd beyond tho point of re?
They nrcfi Gentle Pu rca tl ve ns well ns a
Tonic, possessing nUo, thc peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or inflam?
mation of the Liver, and nil tho Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether In
young or old, married or single, at tho,dawn of wo?
manhood or nt the turu of life, these ToiilcDitUrshave
no equal. f
For Inflnmmr.tory und Chronic S ht-uni ti?
tl'wm mid Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Hil i OOM, Remittent mid Intermittent Fevers,
D??ense* of thc Blood, Liver, Ktdnoya, and
Bladder, these Bittern havo been most successful.
Such Dlnrnae* aro mused by Vitiated Blood,
w hich ls generally produced by derangement ??f thc
! Digestivo Orirnun.
I DYSPEPSIA O It INDIGESTION, noad
nelie, Tain lu the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tho
Chest, Dizziness, Pour Eructations of tho Stomach,
Bad taste In the. Mouth, Hlllous Attacks. Palpitation
of tho Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pain la tho
regions of thc Kidneys, (ind n hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Hyspppsln.
They Invigorate tho Stomach nnd stlmulato the tor?
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
clHcary In demising thc Mood of nil impurities, and
imparting new life nnd vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES,Eruptions,Tetter,Salt
Rheum, niotchcs Spots, rimplcs, Pustules, Dolts, Car?
buncles, Hlng-Worins, Scald-Head, Boro Eyes, Erisip?
elas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations ot tho Skin, Humors
nnd Diseases of tho Skin, of whatever name or nature,
arc literally dug np and carried out of the system In a
short time by thc uso of these Hitters. Ono bottle lu
such cases will convince thu most incredulous of their
curativo effect. *
CIrnnso tho Vitiated mood whenever yon And Its
Impurities bursting through thc skin In Pimples, Erup?
tions or Sores, cleanse lt when you And it obstructed
and sluggish Intho veins; cleanse lt when H ls foul, and
your feelings will tell you when. Keep tho blood pure
and the health of tho system will follow.
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS. Inrking tn tee
svstein of so many thousands, are effectually destroy?
ed and removed. For fall directions, read carefully
tho circular around each bottle, printed hi four lan?
guages- English, Ucrtnan, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. Jt. H. MCDONALD & CO..
I Druggists and Uen. Agents, San Francisco, Cal., and
S2 ard 31 Commerce Street, New York.
! CJV"60LI> HY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
JanS?plU* GEIGER & MCGREGOR, Agent".