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''Let our just Censures
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 88.
Wmii THKBE BE A BOM?-A Balti?
more correspondent of the New York
Tribune speaks thns confidently oi the
action of the Baltimore Convention:
Let me venture to assert that, if every
delegate to the National Democratic
Convention was a venal wretch, and by
corrupt means became such, there is not
money enough in the national treasury
to parchase a straight-out nomination,
in the face of the determination of the
people. A bolt might be possible under
ordinary circumstances, und men con?
cerned might conscientiously differ to
the extent of forming snob a division;
but at thia juncture, when such notion
could result in nothing less than the
destruction of the party in convention,
for no purpose other than eabservesheer
obstinacy, there is no man, nor set of
men, who have the hardihood to attempt
snob a movement, and to face the suspi?
cion that they were bought to do it.
There are times when political experi?
mente are dangerous, and none more so
than the present.
Let me give you, ns a candid opinion,
patiently formed aod well weighed as to
all the surroundings, that the meeting
of the National Democratic Convention
at Baltimore will result as follows: First.
A general interchange of viows; then
immediate and decided action. Second.
That action will bo an endorsement of
the Cincinnati platform and Mr. Greeley
by more than a two-thirds vote. Third.
When this is understood, all opposition
of any kind or character will ceade, and
the action will be declared unanimous.
Fourth. And Boah action will insure tho
election of Mr. Greeley.
Mr. Henry George has lately resumed
the control of the San Francisco Evening
Post, the pluckiest and most promising
venture we have lately seen in the way
of a pensy paper. It already has a
large circulation, and fairly expresses the
popular voice in California by being an
outspoken advocate of the Cincinnati
tioket. One of ita late numbeis has this
poser in answer to the complaints made
by unsuccessful editors in New York
concerning Mr. Greeley's luck of busi?
ness capacity: "Greeley, we hear from
the Republican organs, and from the
Democratic newspapers which aro now
assisting them, is a good old man, but BO
variable in his opinions that*he hardly
knows in the morning what he will be?
lieve at night; so good natured that ho is
the con?diDg tool of every schemer who
gets access to him ; so vain that be will
swallow any hook which is baited with a
little flattery; and of such child-like
honesty himself, that it is utterly impos?
sible for him to tell an honest man from
a knave; in short, they paint the editor
of the greatest newspaper in the United
States as a benevolent old idiot. The
answer to all this is Greeley himself.
When a poor boy, starting without any
of the advantages of education, family, 1
friends, or even of the graces of manner
and address, works himself np to the po?
sition Horace Greeley has held for
almost a generation-when starting with
$1,000 borrowed money, he makes auch
a successful newspaper as the Tribune, it
is patent to the world that he is no fool."
People ha VG been surprised for the last
three or four days, Bays the Detroit Free
Press, at seeing an old lady, finely
dressed, selling oranges and figs on the
street. She is the mother of a respecta?
ble and wealthy lady residing on Fort
street West, and has, for a year or two
past, been suffering with a diseased mind.
She gets strange notions into her head,
and when not allowed to carry them oat,
beoomes violent. She may one week re?
fuse to leave the house, next week want
to go ont every day, and then want to
BOW, knit, distribute tracts or do some?
thing else which will occupy her time
and keep her from brooding over her
imaginary woes. She got the notion
that she had become too proud and
high-spirited, and has, therefore, taken
to peddling on the street to humble her?
One James Lane, living near Trinity
Centre, Cal., was shot recently by a
treacherous savage who had gained his
confidence, and upon demanding of the
Indian the canse for his act, the latter
bounded off with the rifle, crying oat,
"Me heap orasyl Me heap too mach
crazy! Me too mach crazy I"
STATE TREASURY OFPIOE.
COLUMBIA, H. G., June 19,1872
RECEIVED ot W. L. SIMMONS, EbQ.,
Attorney and Agent of the Charleston
Joint Stock Company, of the Stato of South
Carolina, for the benefit of the State Orphan
Asylum, "Two Thousand Dollars," being the
firat annual instalment required under pro*
visions of the Act of incorporation, passed
March 5,1872. r
(Signed) N. G. PARKER,
Treasurer State South Carolina.
JOINT STOCK COMPANY
OP SOUTH CAROLINA |
Prepared for Business.
il A IX OFFICE:
Na. 133 Meeting Street.
W. L. SIMMONS,
Jone 2112 Managerand General Agent.
rt WATCHES in my care
years ago to be repaired, will please oall
for the aame, give description, state time
when left, pay charges and take them away.
If not oalled for within ninety days from thia
date, I will sell them to pay costa.
Jane 23 G. DIERCK8.
Lost Health Regained.-Self-ncgleot !
lays the foundation of ranch bodily Buffering.
As a rnlo. men aro moro solicitons to repair
and preserve their houeos, stock in irado and
other perishablo property than to repair
and preserve themselves. They can eco when
a wall requires a prop, or a weak structure a
girder, but appear to bo unconscious of, or
Indifferent to, the cracks and Haws and evi?
dences of decay in their own frail and sensi?
The consequences of tbis want of common
prudence ia that thousands fall by tho way?
side in the prime of lifo every year who might
havo lived to enjoy a hale and heartv old age,
if thoy bau resorted to tho proper means of i
recruiting their failing vigor at the proper
Seeing what that famous vitalizing and in?
vigorating elixir, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH I
BITTERS, has donn for countless multitudes !
of the enervated and broken down, and with
the long, unbroken record of ita cures before
him, it seems amazing that any sufferer from
premature decay, nervous weakness, dyspep?
sia, biliousness, chronio constipation, or
disease of a remittent or intermittent charac?
ter, should delay, even for an hour, to aeek !
the aid which its toning, regulating and invi-1
gorating properties have never tailed to af?
It is no exaggeration to Bay that Hoatetter's I
Stomach Bitters is tue moat faithful aPy of
nature, in her struggles with woakness and
disease, that medical botany and honest che
mietry have yet given to tho world.
Flavoring Extracts aro of primary im?
portance in cookery; and of all articles ot |
this description tho highly coneentrated
STAND MID EXTRACTS, prepared by Joseph Bur?
nett & Co., Boston, are pronounced by lead?
ing cuisiniers-ProfeaBor Blot among tho
number-the purest and beet.
Human Wrecks.-Every day and hour
we meet with broken down specimens of hu?
manity-wrecks that eeem past hopo of a?lv
ago. At least seven-eighths of these might I
be rilled with new vitality, by a course of DB. [
WALKER'S CALIFORNIA ViNEOAn BITTKBS.
Many are Buffering from the reaction of rum
polluted bitters or powerful minerals. It ia
oharacteristio of Dr. Walker's Oreat Restora?
tive, that it neutralizes the effect of these
mis-called remedies, and accompliehes, in
due time, a perlect cure.
Nature Cil vc? UH Teeth, but nbc does not
Sreserve and purify them. That must be
one wi'h Fragrant 8ozodont. The dental
bone and its enamel casing aro made invul?
nerable lo all destructive influences by tho
daily nae ot this beneficent preparation.
$50.ooo will be Paid for any remedy
which wiU cure Chronio Bheumatiam. Pains
in the Limbs, Back and Chest, Sore Throat,
Insect Stings, Croup, Dysentery, Collo,
Sprains and Vomiting, quioker than Dr. To?
bias' Venetian Liniment; established in 1817;
never faila. Sold by aU Druggists. Depot,
10 Park Place, New York.
Flatt's Astral Oil-More accidents occur
from using unsafe oils than from steamboats
and railroads combined. Over 200,000 fami?
lies continue to burn Pratt's Antral Oil, and
no accidents, directly or indirectly, havo oc?
curred from burning', etoring or handling it.
011 House ot Charlo* Pratt, established 1770, j
A Beautiful White, soft, smooth and clear
skin is produced hy ueing O. W. Laird's
''Bloom ot Youth." lt removes tan, freckles,
sun-burns, and all other discoloiations from
I tho skin, leaving the complexion brilliant and
' beautiful. Sold at all druggists. This pre?
paration ia entirely freu from any material |
detrimental to hoalth.
Just the llemedy Needed.-Thanks toi
Mra. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, wo have, for
I years, been relieved from sleepless nights of ]
painful watching witb poor, suffering, teeth?
Kor Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression of
spirits and general debility in their various
forms; also, as a proveutivo against Fovor
j and Aguo, and other intermittent fovera. The
i'erro-Phusphorated Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard &. Co., New York, and sold
by all druggists, is the best tonic, and as a
tonio for patients recovering from fever or ]
other sickness, it has no equal.
ltluley'* Genuine Golden Bell Cologne
Waler, according to the original formula of
Pr?vost, Paris, so long and favorably known
to the customers of Hiiviland, Harral A Ris?
ley, and their branches, for its Ano permanent
fragrance, is now made by H. W. Risley and
tho trade supplied by his successors, Morgan
j A Risley, Wholesale Druggists, New York.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder.
-The best article known for cleansing and '
?reserving the teeth and gums. Sold by all i
ruggiets. Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle.
F. C. Wella A Co., New York.
carbolic Suive unequaled as a Healing
Compound. Physicians recommend it as tbe
I most wonderful remedy ever known. Price
I 25 cents per box. John F. Henry, sole Pro.
j prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Chrlstadoro'a Hair Dye-This magnill
I cent compound is beyond contingency, the
safest and moat reliable Dye in existence;
never failing to impart to the Hair uniformity
of color, nourishment and elasticity. Manu?
factory, CS Maiden Lane, New York.
Hvapnla is Opium purified of ita sickening !
and poisonous qualities. It is a perfect ano-1
dyne, not producing headache or constipation
ol bowels, as is the case with other prepara?
tions of opium. John Farr, Chemist, New I
York._June 2 jtlmo
"Where to Spend the Summer!"
SP A UTA NB UJiO, S. C.
THIS celebrated WATER-1
INO PLACE will bo open for |
visitors the 10th day of Jane.
_>The medicinal qualities of]
thu Water are not excelled, and from the ,
numerous wondorful oures that have been
effected by the use of this Water, I am satis?
fied that this is the plaoe for all whose condi?
tion oan be improved by tho salubrious cha?
racter of any Water. IT"
ROOMS large and pleasant. Good and at
! tontive servants. TABLE eupplied with the
best the merket affords. Fancy Dalis during
the Bummer. Ten Pin Alley. Billiard and
Bagatello Tables, for the amusement of
guests. Charges per Iday, 12.50; per week, I
$13 00; per month. $35 00. Cottages to rent1
at $25 00 and $50.00 per season. Hacks daily
from Jor : "ill?, after tbe 25th June.
W. D. FOWLER, Proprietor.
?3-Charlealon Baily News, Newberry Be?
rala, Edgefield Advertiser, Mprion kiar,
Winnsboro News and Beaufort Republican
copy for ono month, and forward bill to Pro
prietor._Jone 4 ttlmo
S?rth Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. C. HAY, for salo low
by HOPE A GYLES.
DOIIESSIC H E I? A It T 31E XT.
2,000 WHITE QUILTS at $1.25, worth $2.00
5,000 jarda 10-4 BLEACHED SHEETING.
5 caeea CAMBRIC L. CLOTH.
5 caBea SHIRTING MUSLIN.
. 5 baloa MOSQUITO NETTING.
200 WHITE MARSEILLES QUILTS.
Thia completo etock-Dry Goode, Boots,
Sboce, HatB, Capa and Millinery Goode
equals in valuo any FIVE Stores in tho State,
and will bo sold at TRICES THAT DEI Y
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
The Favorite Resort of the Ladies is at
the Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Room and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. MCCOR?
MICK, in the Store of
J. H. KI NA RD,
?PS OODS aro now being offered at such low
OT UgureB as will defy compelitiou.
The DOLLAR COUNTER ia an especial at?
traction, where one can obtain goode at half
the original price.
LADIES* SUITS, superbly trimmed, on
hand, of the latest and most fashionable
A call will Bnffioe to satisfy every one.
May 20_MRS. A. MCCORMICK.
THE AUGUSTA EXCHANGE.
THIS institution is intendod to facilitate
transactions in COTTON, GRAIN and
PRODUCE for immediato and futuro de?
livery, and especially for ibo purchase and
sale of SOUTHERN SECURITIES. A daily
call ia made of all the leading Securities in
the states of Virginia. North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama,
Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and
STATE BONDS, CITY BOND8,
RAILWAY BONDS, RAILWAY SHARES,
MANUFACTURING SHARES, Ac, Ac.
The undersigned, members of the AU?
GUSTA EXCHAGE, Bolicit orders to buy or
sell anything in tho above line:
W. s". EOBEBTS, of Roberts, Morris A Shi?
C. B. BACON*. Cotton Commission Merchant.
JOHN L. FLEMMING, Cotton Broker for Au?
H. F. BUSSELL, of Bussell Sc Potter.
A. A. L*KALI., of Heall, Speare A Co.
Jons JENKINS, of J. A T. B. Jenkins,
W.DANIEL, of Daniel A Hill.
C. H. PUINIZY, of C. H. Phiuity A Co.
W. H. WAHREN, ot Warren, Wallace A Co.
A. P. BODOS, Broker.
W. F. HERRINO, of Claghorn, Herring Sc Co.
Jons M. CLARK, of J. M. Clark A Co.
T. P. BnANcn, of Branch, Sons A Co.
H. H. HICKMAN, Prosideut Savings Bank
and Graniteville Factory.
C. A. HOWLAND, Commission Merchant.
W. M. READ, of Franklin, Read A Co.
ALFRED BAKER, President National Ex?
A. M. JACKSON, Commission Merchant.
M. O'DOWD, of M. O'Dowd A Co.
P. L. COHEN, of John J. Cohen A Sons.
W. E. JACKSON, President of National Bank
of Augusta and Augusta Factory.
T. G. BARRETT, of Barrett A Caswell.
M. P. KTOVAI.L, Cotton Factor and Commis?
G KO HOE R. SIBLEY, of J. Sibley A Sons.
W.T. W H EEL ESS, of Wheeless A Co.
O. M. STONE, of Isaac T. Heard A Co.
G. A. ALLEN, of Walker Sc Allen.
J. M. BuUDELL. Commission Merchant.
J. J. PE.VBOE, of J. J. Pearce, Butler A Co.
A. POVLLAIN, of Poullain A Davison.
G LonouT. JACKSON, ot Goorge T. Jackson I
W. C. SIBLEY, of Dunbar A Sibley, and Pre?
sident of Langley Manufacturing Company.
J. J. DOUGHTY, Cotton Commission Mer?
W. C. SANDERS, ot Inman A Sanders.
W. H. HOWARD, of W. H. Howard A Son.
E. P. CLAYTON, of E. P.Clayton A Co.
R. W. HEARD, of S. D. Heard A Son.
M. I. BBANCH, of Branch, Scott A Co.
J. B. Doro II Kin Y, of Bonos. Brown A Co.
THOMAS P. STOVALL, ot Stovall A Hull.
R. H. MAY, of R. H. May A Co.
J. O. MATHEWSON, Tobacco, Cotton, Goods
and General Produce Merchant.
E. J. DOZIER, ol Dozier A Walton.
G. P. Cuanv, Ranker and Broker.
JAMES A. GRAY, of James A. Gray A Co.
L. J. MILLER, of J. F. A L. J. Miller.
F. A. TIMBEIILAKE, of Ramey A Timberlako.
THOMAS M. JACKSON, of Cox. Jackson A Co.
C. F. WILMAS, of Branch, Sons A Co.
CLEAVE!.AND MINERAL SPRINGS, j
( Formerly Wilson's,)
Near Shelby, 55 miles West of Charlotte, JV. C., I
T- W. HUEVA HD, Proprietor.
THE Hotel will be open for
tho reception of visitors on 1st
of June. Passengers coming
__:on the Wilmington, Charlotte
and Rutherford Railroad will be met by
Haoke. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at any time.
COLD and WARM BATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
BAND OF MU81C and other means of
amuBement will add to the comfort and en?
joyment of guests.
FARE first class. RATES-Singlo day,
(2.50; Bingle week, $14; four weeks. $40. Chil?
dren nuder ten years old and colored servants
half price._Jone 20 imo
Corn! Corn! Corn!
2AAA BUSHELS PR?ME WHITE
?I lUV CORN, lust reoeivrd and for sale
low by JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
Stop and Think !
CUSTOMERS in want of CHEAP GO0D8
Over thc :'.ne assortment of Goods
IV. D. LUVE & CO.'S,
They are displaying on their BARGAIN
COUNTER, at less than half pt ice.
[s the time to got your pick, as they are clear?
ing out fast.
Call carly and call often, and bri?g green?
bah with you.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
Portable Fountain Pumps.
JOST reooived a supplv of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is tho moat useful and convenient apparatus
for watoriug shrubbery, flowers ana planta,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at tho commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
Ac, ftc. For sale at low prices by
Jurie 27_JOHN AGNEW A SON. _
Frames for the Columbia Maps,
OF everv style, of Walnut and Gilt Mould- |
log. Also, for Paintings, Photographs
and Engravings. R. L. 1'RYAN'S
Juno 14_ Bookatoro.
PIGS' FEET SOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash bv
June 16_HOPE & GYLES.
Iron Cotton Ties.
??B I WISH to advino the merchants in
B^AAgtoolombia that I can furnish the IRON
ESSatlCOTTON TIES for baling cotton at
as low rate aa they can bo had of any of the
dealers in the 8tatea. C. L. BARTLETT.
June 1512 Agent for Robert More A Co.
Excursion Seaton of 1872,
THE WILMINGTON LINE,
f COMMENCING JUNE 1,1872.
WILMINGTON. MAY 31. 1872.
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS can
be procured at the office of Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Jiuiiroud, to the fol?
lowing well-known and attractivo Virginia
Watering Places and Bummer Resorts: Green
brier White Sulphur Springs, Eockbridge
Alum, EiUh Alum, Mot or healing. Sweet or
Sweet Chalybeate, L'oyner, Alleghauy, Mont?
gomery white Sulphur, Yellow Sulphur, Eil
'trek's Springs, Nortli Carolina, and the en?
tirely new and first class Sea-side Watering
Place iu Hampton Hoads, Virginia- Vue oe
Also, a full line oi Excursion Tickets ric the
"Bay Lino," to all prominent Northern Lake
and New England Soa-eide Watering Places,
by variable aud attractive routes.
Theas Tickets aro good to return by No?
vember 1, 1872. A. POPE,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
J. H. UowBM, Agent Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad, Columbia, S. C.
June <J 2mn
Excursion Season of 1872.
Cn A u LOTTE, COLUMBIA A ADOUSTA R. R. Co ,
?KSKKAI. FltEIOHT ANO TICKET DEP'T.
Con; uni A. S. C.. May 20, 1872.
ON and after JUNE 1, PROXIMO. EXCUR?
SION and Sinele Tickets will be placed
on sale at the offices of this Compauv, AT
AUGUSTA AND COLUMBIA, for the follow- I
tog celebrated and far famed Mineral Springs I
of Virginia: RocVbriuge Alum, Bath Alum,
Warm, Hot, Healing, .Sweet, Sweet Chaly?
beate and Oreoubrier White Sulphur.
Also, for the celebrated Sparkliug Catawba
8piin;e of North Carolina.
Tickets good to return until November 1.
Also, for Bowell's Point, opposite Fortress
Monroe-a new Watering Place. This being
its first season, parties who delight in Surf
Bathing, Fishinq, Eoatiuq, tlc, will find this
point particularly inviting.
E. R. DORSEY,
May 27 Imo General Ticket Agent.
MAY well bo proud of the success ot tho
British Grenadiers at Boston; the In?
dian Girl of tho fact that all who are induced
her Cigar Storo are always pleased, and sore I
to call again. ThOBO new brands lately in?
troduced are very popular, and tho expres?
sion is often heard: "This is tho beet Cigar
for tho money in
OA A NEW FLOUR, of all gradeB,
JU\J\J for salo at greatly reduced prices
JOHN AGNEW A BON.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD A CO.. Pro
prietors; ll. HAMILTON, Sup't.
Look Ont for K. K.'S !
March 28 JOHN C. SEEGERS'
The M?SL Fashionable Promenade
IN THE CITT IB AT THE
GREAT COMBINATION DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ABD.
IT ia there that tho greatest display o
TASTE and STYLES can bo aeon.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, besides the newest
and now most popular patterns in "DOLLY
These goods have been bought at euch ad?
vantageous prices as to enable me to offer
them at astonishingly low figures. Call and
examine, and I am Bore you will buy.
May 19_J. H. KINARD.
KINARD & WILEY'S,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHILDS ? WILEY )
CHEVIOT DERDY SUITS.
Blue and Black Morning Coats,
Caseimere Light Mixed Suits.
Black and Blue Granites.
Youth's, Boy's and Children's Snits.
New nt vie and handsomely made Star Shirts.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, Bows, oil the lateat style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
HATS: HATS it HATS tit
Splendid line. The beet and cheapest in
the market. DRESS HATS, eilk and beaver,
M. L. KINARD. J. S. WILEY.
OWING to tho dullness of the season, we
offer our large and well selected stock of
Beady-made CLOTHING and Gents' FUR?
NISHING GOODS at cost. Parties desiring
to purchase will find it to their interest to
call at once, as we aro determined to lessen
our stock; which,.for quality and durability,
we defy competition.
8. STRAUSS A RRO.,
June 5 Under Columbia Hotel.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNE! Why not?
Was not the great Apostle of Temper?
ance, Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still,
were he alive to-day, he would quaff a cup of j
thia beverage, and, smacking bis lips, bless
the man who invented "Irish Champagne." 1
This can be drank with perfect safety by the
Knights of Pythias. Good Templars, or Bad
Templars, Sons of Malta, BOOB of Temper?
ance, or anybody else's aous or daughters,
Hiasons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly those who wear I
Grant hats and Greeley bats, or their own!
hats, aro invited fraternally to imbibe (at
your own expense, mindi) this superlatively
This notice would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our . iotionary,
and several big words we intended to nee are
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, the publio may expect
to hear from ns again.
May 18 GEORGE 8YMMER8.
AND HOUSE FUKNISHISG STOKE.
THE undersigned have re?
scently opened an entire new
p Btock* or now goods in the
" above line. Articles of all
kinds for bouse keeping, Ao. j
Citizens are invited to call and examine goods
aud prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINOSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
_ April 24_
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LEOTURE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. $2.
Thoughts upon Government. By Arthur
Helps. $2 25.
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
full of fun.
At Home and Abroad. By John P. Ken?
Foster's Life of Charles Diokens. $2.
Taine's Notes on England. 12.50.
Fro-Historic Times. By Sir John Lubbock.
Popular Life of Gen. R. E. Lee.
And other now publications, for sale at
Juno 8 ft. L. BRYAN'S Rookstore.
Sparkling Catawba Springs.
I HAVE THIS DAY taken
charge of the above Springo,
and will opon them on the
_:10TH INSTANT. Persons de?
sirous of spending a few months at a water?
ing placo, will find nowhere in tho South a
more comfortable resort. Terma reasonable.
J. M. BLAIR,
Formerly of the Yarborough House,
June 7 Imo Raleigh, N..O.
SPRING AND SUPER TRAD
WE would respectfully invite tb att
Hon of tbe Trade to onr froBb ata
Anticipating a liberal trade, we are no
prepared to exhibit in great variety a well
seleoted stock, embracing every stylo and
qnality of Men's and Boys' WEAR. DRE BS
GOODS, PARASOLS, PANIERB, SKIRTS,
SHEETING8,SHIRTINGS, LINENS, WHITE
GOODS, and an endless line of NOTIONS.
As it wonld bo almost impossible te enume?
rate our largo stock, will say, aa tho season
advances, a number of new style? wiU be
added, so that porch seers can always rely
upon hoing supplied with the latest novelties
in tho market. All orders receive our prompt
and personal attention. Our prices will bc
found as low as any can or will offer for cash.
Soliciting tho favor of a call and examination
of our stock, wo are, very respectfully,
j*pril25_PORTER A 8TEELE.
Get the 32est,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
*-o WE claim to have one of the finest
VyV stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
Jt. Alien. Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Get the Beat !
42%*23fB MY line of WATCHES ia
gHz?f?xS^ now full and completo, and
BHHBaDttfetbe Public may depend on
getting the beat at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
aU the no wost ntylea of Ladies* Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ao.;
elegant designa in Chains, Bracelets, Charme,
Lockets, Ao.; the latest and moat beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Bepairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Colnmbia Hotel Row.
DULL SEASON !
FRENCH CASHMERE PANTS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cent, discount.
NO HUMBUG !
As we mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or leas.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
P.. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
T HAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
JL hand, and having made arrangements to
take all whiskey manufactured by Mote, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can onlv be bad
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 29 Gmo_Charlotte, g. O.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Jim 1, 1872.
THE undersigned has associated with bim
in business Mr. JOHN B. GYLES. The
general Grocery business viii hereafter be
conducted by the firm of HOPE & GYLES.
June 2 _ EDWARD HOPE.
NEW sugar-cored HAMS,
Smoked Beef, for sale low. HOPE A GYLES.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Blah
opa and other Olergy of tbe Anglican
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepptag
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Moloch. 50c.
Jan 14 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.