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''Let oar just Censures
Attend the True Event.'
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 95.
There is no State in the Union to-day
in which the Grant polioy of "addition,
division, and silence" is so thoroughly
established as in South Carolina. The
Radicals in that State have BO complete?
ly oarried ont the Kembla doctrine, thut
the Trustees of the Peabody Fand found
it necessary to decline making auy ap?
propriation for South Carolina, as know?
ing that whatever they appropriated
would be only made an exouse for State
appropriations to be stolen by the State
functionaries. This, Grant, in his ca?
pacity as a trastee of the Peabody Fand,
had tbe pleasure of learning tha other
day, in Boston, at a meeting of the
Trustees of the Fand. And now cornea
the Commercial Advertiser, one of his
own household, and reiterates the dose
as follows, in the guise of comments
opon the establishment of publio schools
at the Socth:
The system came at last, and to the
State appropriation is added a reinforce?
ment from a wisely administered fund.
It appears, too, that the old settlers of!
the South have been faithful among the
faithless. Virginia, with her Govern?
ment controlled b> the Conservative ele?
ment, has secured a Behool system better
and stronger than in any of the negro
and carpet bag States. This is not to
be wondered at. Virginia white meu
generally know what to do and how to I
do it, and it is not strange that they can
build np a school system superior to one j
ereoted by South Carolina blacks.
The Commercial Advertiser, however,
does the blocks of Sonth Carolina in?
justice. The blacks are the tools. Tho.j
thieves who control them do the work,
and are supported in doing it by Presi?
dent Grant.- New York World. " "
SINGULAR CABS OF SUSPENDED ANIMA?
TION.-We obtained yesterday, (says the
St. Louis Times, of the 21st nit.,) from
a reliable source, the following facts re?
specting a very 'remarkable and recent
oconrrenoo in Florrissant: One evening,
about two and one-half months since, a
stroog and healthy young man, named
William Mattingby, returned to his home
from a day's work, complaining of not
feeling well. Before morning he became
seriously ill, and when medical help was
called in the disease was pronounced I
spotted fever, or cerebro spinal menin?
gitis. Within forty-eight hours after the
first severe attack the patient relapsed I
. into a comatoso state, and was thought
by his friends to be dead. The barber |
was summoned from the village to shave
tho corpse and to assist in properly pre?
paring it for burial. Upon commencing 1
his work he was astonished to fiad the
flesh soft nod elastic. He called the at?
tention of others to this unusual circum?
stance, and it was determined to make a
closer examination. As the result of
their experiments they came to the con?
clusion that their friend was still alive.
Restoratives were procured and speedily
administered. Although consciousness
never returned yet the man was kept
alive for sixty-two days, stimulants and
nourishments having been introduced
into his system by artificial means. It is
believed that all of these statements can
be folly substantiated.
REPUBLICAN REASONS WHY GRANT
SHOULD NOT BE PRESIDENT.-Here are a
few testimonials, compiled by the Phila?
delphia Age, which the people would do
well to consult before supporting Gen.
Grant. They are short, but to the point:
"Grant has no more capability than a
horse," said Fighting Joe Hooker a
month since. "He is not fit to govern
this country," were Stanton's dying
words. "There are sixteen weighty
reasons why Grant should never be Pre?
sident," wrote Colfax in 1868. "He bas
no more rbal than a dog," said Boo.
Butler less than a year ago. "He is not
controlled by constitutional law, bat by
political 'ringa,' " says Trumbull. "His
San Domingo business stamps him as a
first class conspirator," says Governor
Palmer. "Ho is making money out of
his position, and that's all he cares about
it," said" Senator Carpenter to a New
York Herald correspondent. "He is a
man withont sufficient knowledge to pre?
side over a caucus," said Logan in 1868.
Donn Piatt says "there are two sea?
sons in which oar Adminstration seeks
repose from its gigantic labors-one is
that whioh precedes the holidays, and
the other that which follows."
The Favorite Resort of the Ladies is at
tho Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Room and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. MCCOR?
MICK, in the Store of
J. H. KI HARD,
/^lOODS aro now being off o rod at such low
\X figures as will defy competition.
The DOLLAR COUNTER is an ospocial at?
traction, whero one can obtain goods at half
the original price.
LADIES' SUITS, auporbly trimmod. on
hand, of the latest and moat fashionable
A oall will enf?ce to satisfy every ono.1
May 28_MES. A. MoOORMIOK.
Cheaper Than Ever.
C. F. JACKSON
*^yiLL sell his entire stock of GOODS
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
Every Counter will be a BARGAIN COUN?
TER. The Ten Cent Counter will be full of
* For Bale.
BOXES FIRS CRACKERS, for Fourth
of Joly purposes. HOPE A GYLES.
Corni Cern! Corn!
2AHA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
.VJUU CORN, just rooeivfd and for sale
low by_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
Everybody look? at a pretty girl; but turn
away ii she has pimple?, blotches, boils. Use
the QUERN'S DELIOHT and purify your blood.
Thc Career or a Great Remedy.-Twen?
ty sommers hayo elapsed since it was briefly
announced that a new vegetable tonio and
alterative, bearing tbe namo of HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS, bad been added
to tbe li?t of preventive and restorative
medicines. Ibo modest advertisement which
invited attention to the preparation stated
that it had been used with great BUCCCSB, in
private praotice, as a cure tor dyspepsia,
bilious complaints, constipation and inter?
mittent fever. It was soon discovered that
the article poeeoaaed extraordinary proper?
ties. The people, of every class, tested its
merits as a tonic, stimulant, corrective and
restorative, and found that its effects more
than fulfilled their hopcB and expectations.
From that timo to the present, its course hae
been upward and onward, and it stands to?
day at the head of all medicines of its claaa,
American or imported, in the magnitude ol
its sales and ita reputation na a safe, agroea
?bio and* potent invigorant and restorative.
For languor and debility, lack of appetite
and gastric disturbances, so common during
the sommer months, it is absolutely infalli
ble. Indigestion, bilious disorders, const!
patton, nervousness, periodical fevers, anc
all the ordinary complainte generated by i
vitiated and humid atmosphere, vanish onde:
its renovating and regulating influence. .Tb.ii
is its record, avouched bj volumes of intelii
?eht testimony, extending over a period of i
fth of o. contury, and comprehending th
names of thousands of well-known citizen
belonging to every claes and calling. In Eu
rope, it ?8 thought a great thing to obtaii
the patronage of royalty for a "patent medi
cine," but HOSTETTER'8 BITTER8 ha
been spontanooualy approved by millions c
independent sovereigns, and Tts patent cor:
sista in their endorsement. . July 413
Plain UuoHom fur Invalida - Hav
the routine medicines of tho profession don
yon no good? Are you discouraged and m:
sorahlc? II so, test the properties of th
new Vegetable Sp ec i fio, DB. WAI rem's CAL
FOHN I A VINEGAR BITTERS, already famous a
the flneat invigorant, corrective and alten
?ive, that has ever seen the light. Dyane]
tics and persons of bilious habit bbould kee
it within reach, if they value health and casi
What Every Horseman Wants-A gool
cheap and reliable Liniment. Buch an arl
ol? is Dr. I'obian' Venetian Horse Linimep
Pint bottles at one dollar. For L?menes
Outs, Galls, Colic, Sprains, Ac.,' warrante
better than any other. Sold by tba Drui
giatB. Depot, 1U Park Place, New York.
Barnett's Cocoalne-A compound of.C
coanut Oil, Ac, for the Hair, has establish)
a world-wide reputation. Its natural adapt
tion, agreeableness, and FREENESS rana AI
INI?BIO?S OR SOILING PROPERTIES, togoth
with its cheapness in respect to durabili
and size of bottle, render it unequaled 1
any other preparation lb the world. - For sa
by all Druggists. ; , , /
Magic of the Mouth..- Odiferous Soz
dont renders the month enchanting, coi
i posed of rare, antiseptic herbs, lt impar
whiteness to the teeth, a delicious flower-li
aroma to the breath, and preserves ipta<
from youth to age, ibo teeth.
Platt*? Astral Oil.- Moro ? accidents ooo
from using unsafe oils than from'B to ambo;
and railroads combined. Over 200,000 far
lies continue to burn Pratt'o Astral Oil. .
nb accidents, directlj or indirectly, have <
curred from bnrning, storing or handling
Oil BOUBO ot Charles Pratt, established 17
A Beautiful White, soft, smooth and cl
skin is produced by using G. W. Lair
"Bloom of Youth." It removes tant freck!
sun-burns, and all other disoolgiattona fr
the akin, leaving the complexion brilliant t
beautiful. Solu at all druggists. This p
paration is entirely free from aby matei
detrimental to health.
Just the Remedy Nettled.-Thanks
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, wo have,
years, bcon relieved from sleepless night
painful watching with poor, Buffering, tot
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, deprcsBioi
spirits and general debility in their vari
forms; also, aa a preventive against Fe
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers. '
Perrcr-Phosphorated Elixir of Calisaya, m
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., NOTT York, tad f
by all druggists, is the bent tonio, and i
tonio for patients recovering from feve
other sickness, it bas no equal.
Rlstey's Genuine Golden Bell Colo:
Water, according to the original tommi
Pr?vost, Paris, so long and favorably kn
to the customers of IIuviland, Barral A
ley, and their branches, for ita flue permai
fragrance, is now made by H. W. fiialoy
the trade supplied by his euccesaors. Hoi
A Risley, Wholesale Druggists, New York.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Pow
-The best artiole known for cleansing
Breserving the teeth and gums. 8old b
mggiste. Price 25 and 60 cents per bo
F. C. Wella A Co., New York.
Carbolle Balve unequaled as a Hes
Compound. Physicians xeoonunfind it at
most wonderful remedy ever known. ]
25 cents per box. John F. Henry, solo
prietor, 8 College Place, New York.
Christoforo's Hair Dye-Thia maj
cent compound is beyond contingency
safest and most reliable Dye in exist<
never failing to impart to tho flair nnifor
of color, nourishment and elasticity. M
factory, GS Malden Lane, New York.
Bvapnla. 1? Opium purified of its slcke
and poisonous qualities. It is a perfect
dyne, not producing headache or constlp
of bowels, as is tho case with other pre;
tiona of opium. John Farr, Chemist,
York._July 3 ttl
ff)BASKETS CHAMPAGNE, .'
?t) 20,000 CIGARS. >
'Canned Goods, Fruits, Nuts, Cakes a
lot of other goods suitable for the Uh-;
for Partios, Pio-Nica, Barbecues, Ae<
June 25 L?RICK A LOWREN*
Kew Batter and Cheese.
I (\ T?B8 choice May BUTTER.
MAJ 10 boxes new cutting Cheese.
Just received and for sale by
Jone 6_JOHN AGNEW A Sf
, . u Fruit Jars.
rpHB best in market, comprising al
JL good qualities of FRUIT JARR.Fora
Jon? M_L?RICK A LOWRAN
Look Ont for X. K.'S !
Maroli 28_JOHN O. 8BEQE
Seegers'Beer ia Pore.
IT don't oontain Ooooonlua Indieui
Berries to make sleepy or head ach o
Everybody is taking HEINITSU'B BLOC
LIVES PILLS. They ettre headache ?i
SECOND GB AND,, GIFT OOH CERT.
IN AID, W TUE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
BY authority in tho Act of the Legislature,
incorporating the Public- Library of Ken?
tucky, the trust?e? will givo thoir SECOND
QRAND GIFT CONCERT, in tho great hall of
tho Public Library Building, in Louisville,
Satnrdny, September 28,187?.
This magnificent hall, known aa WeiaigCr
Hall, is the largest, moat centrally located,
and beat arranged for largo and fashionable
audiences of any in Louisville, and is titted
up in superb st\lo. Tho building has a front
of ICS foot on Fourth street by a depth of 200
feat, four stories in height, and was recently
purchased for the Public Library at a cost of
(210,000. Throe largo rooms aro now fitted
up for a library, and contain about 20,00,)
volumes, and a mueeum of 10J,0C0 specimens,
now open ?md free to tho gratuitous uso and
enjoyment of all citizens of every 8tato in
tba Union. It ie the purpoae of thc Trustees,
by the Grand Gift Concert now announced, tc
raise the money with which to pay tho balance
of the purchase money duo upon tho Public
Library Building, to enlarge the library, and
to so endow tho institution as to make it soil
sustaining and forever beyond the ueceseitj
of calling upon any individual who uses th?
books for the contribution of a Bingle cen
towarri its anpport.
100,000 Tickets ot Admission will b(
issued, at $10 each; half ticketa So; quartei
tickets $2 50; ll whole tickets for $100; 28 fo:
$255 : 5G for $500; 113 for $1,000; 285 for $2,500
575 for $5,000. No discount on less than $10
worth of tickets at a time.
Ticketa will be sent, when requested, b;
regiatercd letter. The money for them ma;
be aent by Adama Exprese Company and it
connections, poat o luce money order, regieter
od letter or bank dralt.
The holder of each tiokot, or fraction of
ticket, (a half ora iiuartcr,) ia entitled t
admission to tho Concert and to the Gil
awarded to it. During the Concert the sut
8500.000 In Currency will be given to th
holders of ticketa by distribution by lot <
ONE THOUSAND GIFTS, aa follows:
LIST OF GIF ra.
One Grand Gift.$100,000 cae
Ono Grand Gift. 60.000 caa
1. 25.000 caa
1. 20,000 caa
1. 15,000 caa
1.1. 10,000 cae
1. 9,000 cae
1. 7,000 cat
1. 6.000 cat
1.1. 5,000 cai
1. 4,000 cai
1. 3.000 oaf
4 Gifts of $2,000 each. 8.000 cai
15 ?iits of 1.000each. 15.000 cai
20 Gifts of 900 each. 18.000 oai
21 Gifts of 800 each. 1G.800 oai
25 Gifts of 700 each. 17,500 cai
35 Gifts of GOO each. 21.000 OBJ
45 Gifte of 500 each. 22.500 cai
50 Gifts of 400 each. 20,000 oa
GO Gifts of 300 each. 18.000 ca
100 Girts of 200 each. 20,000 oa
G12 Gifts of 100 each. 61,200 ca
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all cash.. .$500,000
This concert, like the first of the 16th
December last-, (which wfil an deoidedlv et
cesaful, and at which the first grand gift w
drawn by abd paid to Mr. John R. Dm ff,
Memphis, Tenn., ia for the benefit of the
? UBLIO Ll ?>lt A RY OF KENTUCKY
The Fermera' and Drovers' Bank ta Tr?
surer, and the Corporators and Supervise
are all representative men, and are arno
the moot respectable and distinguished c!
zone ot the State.
Should any tickets be left unsold on tho c
of drawing, they will bo destroyed, and t
I l,C0O gifts offered will all be drawn and pa
j but diminished in value in proportion to \
per centage ot nneold tloketa. Forinatan
if only three-fourths of tho tickets are sc
the capital gift will be reduced to $75.000, t
all tho others in proportion.
The Boo. THOS. E. BRAMLETTE, 1
Governor of Kentucky, has consented to r
resent the Trustees in tho management
thia second Grand Gift Conoert, and ho
personally eeo that money from tho Bah
tickets ia deposited with the Treasurer, t
the drawing is fairly oouducted, and tho g
justly awarded and promptly paid.
The drawing will take place in public
full view of the audience, and under the
mediate supervision and direction of the
(leers and Trustees of the Publie Librar
Kentucky and the following named emir
I and disinterested citizens, who have <
eented to he present and see that all ie fa
Hon. M. R. HARDIN, Judge Court of
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNOTT, late M. C.,
Hon. H. W. BRUCE, Judge Ninth Jud
I District, Kentucky.
Gen. ELI H. MURRAY, U. 8. Marshal,
trict of Kentucky.
Hon. T. B. COCHRAN, Chancellor 1
Hon. E. D. STAN DI FORD, President Fi
.rs' and Drovers' Bank.
Hon. JOHN BARBEE, Manager Hoya
surancn Company, Liverpool.
Col. PHIL. LEE, Com. Att'y Ninth Jud
Dr. C. GRAHAM, founder Graham Cab
Ool.JILSON P.JOHNSON, Manager
Dr. T. 8. BELL, Professor Medical Un
. Mon. J. G. BAXTER. Mayor Louiaville
Hon. T. L. BURNETT, City Attorney.
HENRY WOLFORD, Treasurer Louis
A. O. BRANNIN, President Manufactt
PHILIP JUDGE, of tho Louisville ]
JAMBS BRIDGEFORD, President Sec
0. D. WHIPS, Proprietor Willard I
J. 0. JOHNSTON, President Traders' 1
J H. VICTOR NEWCOMB, firm of Newt
Buchanan cfc Co.
HENRY DEPPEN, President German I
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and C
Dr. KORVIN GREEN, Pres. L. it. C.
Line R. R.
VOL. R08E, Agent Adama Exprese C
B. T. DUitRETT. President.
W. N. HALDEMAN, Viee-Preaid
JOHN 8. CAIN, 8ooretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANI
Those who desire- further informatic
wbo wish to aot as Agents for. the ai
tickets, aa well as those doeiring to pur
ticket?, should address
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentuok
Publie Library Building, Loniavlllo,
AST Ciroulars, giving full particular!
j on application. July
Stop and Think !
CUSTOMERS in want of CHEAP GOODS
Over thc tine assortment of Good*
Vf. D. LOVE & CO.'S,
They uro dieplaying on their BARGAIN
I COUNTER, at lesa than half price.
EB the time to get your pick, RH they are clear?
ing out faut.
Call early and call often, and bring green
bax with you.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
A KD novbl plan, that o AV ra ibo rare in
LX. ducementa the Indian
To extend to her customers long ago, has
been adopted, which ia, "to prive extra
quantity in every fifty cents worth bought;
To Sell Cigars
By the box at remarkably low rates." Hore
ia tho place to got tho "LITTLE GEM."
STULTZ'S PANCAKE, and the finest 8MOK
INO TOBACCO._ Jnly2
For the Best of Sommer Reading,
/~1 ET tho Lives of the Great Muelo Maeters;
\JC ot Beethoven, $2; of Handel, $2; of Mo?
zart, SI.75; of Mendelssohn, $1 75; of Rossini,
$1.75; of Chopin, fl.50; or of Schumann,
Tlicse are no heavy Biographies, but aro
charmingly written and very entertaining
books, as are
Mozart's Letters, 2 volumes each, $1.75;
Beethoven's Letters, $2;
Mendelssohn's Letters, 2 volumes each,
$1 75; and
Reminiscences of Mendelssohn, $1.75.
To havo a Jubilee at home, aend for THE
WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE CH0R?8B00K,
; For a good work on Composition, buy BA?
KER'S THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL
To make Sabbath School children's eyes
Bparkle, get that Gem or the Season, tho New
Sabbath School Song Book, entitled, SPARK?
LING RUBIES! By Asa HuU and Harry
Sanders, Eeq., 35 couts.
The above books sent, post free, on receipt
of retail price. OLIVER DITSON A CO.,
CHAS.H.DITSON A CO.,
Joly 3 WBTT_ New York.
GLEAVELAND MINERAL 8PRINQS,
Near Shelby, 55 miles West of Charlotte, N. C.,
T. \V. Blt IC VA RD, Proprietor.
THE Hotel will be open for
the reception of visitors on lat
of June. Passengers coming
_-"Jon tho Wilmington, Charlotte
and Kuiherford Railroad will bo met by
Hacke. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at any time.
COLD aud WARM RATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and other means of
amusement viii add to tho comfort and en
loy meut of guests.
FARE first class. RATES-Singlo day,
$2 50; single week, $14; four weeks, $40. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half price._Jone 20 2mo
BY V. D. KONBKArV,
( Formerly ai G. Diercks',)
ON Assembly street, opposite the Market.
Liquors and Segara of all kinds. Lunch
it 12 M._July 6
Cotton Seed Meal.
1 f\f\ BARRELS fijeah ground COTTON
JA JU SEKD MEAL, au oxcoltcut article
for feeding stock, inst rocoived and for sate
low by_ AGNEW A 80N._
Portable Fountain Pumps. .
JUST received a supply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is the most useful and convenient apparatus
for watering shrubbery, flowers and plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at tho commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
Ac, Ac. For sale at low prioes by
Jone 27 JOHN AGNEW A BON.
CIIAUI.KBTOtV, 8. C. '
G. T. ALFORD A CO., Pro
Iprietore; IL HAMILTON, Snp't.
North Carolina Hay.
7Pf BALES goodN. 0. HAY, for sale low
_Q by _HOPE A GYLES.
Frames for the Columbia Maps,
OF every style, of Walnut and Gilt Mould?
ing. Also, for Paintinga, Photographs
and Engravings. R. L. I RYAN'S
Everybody is delighted with the QUEEN'S
DELIOUT. lt cures all kinda of breaking out
of the skin, boils, Ac,
The M?sl Fashionable Promenade [
IN THE CITY IS AT THE
GREAT COMBINATION DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT id there that tho greatest display o
TASTE and STYLES can be seen.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, besides tho newest
and now most popular patterns in "DOLLY
These goods havo been bought at auch ad?
vantageous pria ea ?a to enable me to offer
them at astonishingly lowi figures. Gall and
examine, and I am euro you will buy.
J. H. KINARD.
KINARD & WILEY'S,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHIXDS i WILEY.)
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS.
Bluo and Black Morning Coata,
Cassimere Light Mixed Suits,
black and Blue Granites.
Youth's. Boy's and Children's Suits.
New atyleand handsomely made Btar Shirts.
Silk Scarfe, Ties, Bows, of the latest atyle,
Linen and Paper Collara and Cuffs.
HATS: HATS : t HATS IM
Splendid line. The beat 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
Heady-made CLOTHING and Gents' FUR?
NISHING GOODS at cost. Parties desiring
to purchaeo will find it to their intereat to
call at once, ae wo are determined to lessen
our Block; which, for quality and durability,
wo defy competition.
8. STRAUSS A BRO.,
June 5 Under Columbia Hotel.
AM* UUUSE F'I'kci?PiunU rTGBS.
i-- THE undersigned havo re
cently opened an entire new
stock' of new goods in the
above line. Articles of all
kinds for house keeping, ?bo.
Citizens are invited to call and examine goode
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINGSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
April 24 _
Excursion Season of 1872,
THE WILMINGTON LINE,
COMMENCING JUNE 1, 1872.
WILMINGTON, MAY, si, ?872.
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS can
be procured at the office of Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to the fol?
lowing well-known and attractive Virginia
Watering Places and Bummer Resorts: Green
brier White Sulphur Springs. Rockbridge
Alum, Hath Alum, Rot or Healing, Sweet or
Sweet Chalybeate, Ooyner. Atleghany, Mont?
gomery White Sulphur, Yellow Sulphur, Eit
treWs Springs, North Carolina, and the en?
tirely new and first class Sea-aide Watering
Place lu Hampton Roads, Virginia- Vue ae
Also, a full line ot Excursion Tickets via tho
"Bay Line," to all prominent Northern Lake
and New England Boa-Bide Watering Placea,
by variable and attractive rout?e.
These TUfekets are good to return by No?
vember 1,1872. A. POPE,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
J. H. BOWEN, Agent Wilmington, Columbia
and Augueta Bailroad, Columbia, 8. 0.
June 9_ 2mo
1(\C? GALLONS auperior SALAD OIL.
AA Jv/ freah and sweet, just received ana
for salo at $1 per gallon, by
JUD? 28_JOHN AGNEW Sc SON.
American Club Fish.
>U*G?ttS9? A DELICIOUS rollah: better
and much oheaper than Bardines. Forsale
by_HOPE A GYLES.
Everybody is some authority. If every?
body eays eo and so, it must be BO. They say
Tl y.i s ITSu s MEDICINES are good and are worth
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
. ? ?
i f~a WE claim to bave one of tho Anea!
y/Ja stocks of WATCHES, of all beet En?.
I AfcjBlish, SwisR and American in a kera. With
Diamonds and other imo Jewelry, our stock
ie large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branch?e, hy tho Lost of workmen.
Nov 19_Formorly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES ie
now full and complete, and
_??the public may depend on
Retting tho liest at tho lowest possible figures,
aa my facilities aro euch that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have alec in store and conetantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies'Bets, in Dia?
mond, Coral,Cameo. Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designa in Chains, Bracelets, OharmB,
Lookets, Ac; tho latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
I Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
? other presentations.
Repairing in all branches, by the beat work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13 Columbia Hotel Bow.
DULL SEASON 1
FRENCH CASHMERE PANTS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cent, discount. .
NO HUMBUG/ !
As wo mark everything in plain figures.
At coat-or less.
. At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
R. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNE! Why not?
Waa not the great Apoetle ot Temper?
ance, Father Mathew, an Irishman? BtilL
were he alive to-day, he would quaff a cup of
thia beverage, and, smacking bia lips, bless
the man who ipvented -'Irish Champagne."
This can be* drank with perfect eafety by the
Knights of Pythias. Good Templare, or Bad
[Templare, Sons of Malta, Sous of Temper?
ance, or anybodv else's sons or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly tbosn who wear
Grant hats and Greeley hata, or their own
hats, are invited fraternally to imbibe (at
your own expense, mindi i thia superlatively
This notice would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our ictionary,
and several big words we intended to nee are
necessarily omitted; but wbeu that tuan re?
turns that Dictionary, the public may expeot
to iiear from ue again.
May 18_ GEORGE 8YMMERB.
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LEOT?RE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. *2.
Thoughts upon Government. By Arthur
Helps. 12 25.
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
full of fun.
At Home and Abroad. By John P. Ken?
Foster's Life of Charlea Diekens. 12.
Taine's Notes on England. $2.60..
Fre-Hiatorie Times. By Sir John Lubbock.
Popular Life of Qen. B. E. Lee.
And other new publications, for sale at
June 8_B. L. BRYAN'S Bookstore.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having mado arrangements to
tako all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
oonetantly keep it on band. Gan onlv be had
at W. J. BLACE'S,
March 29 (Imo_Charlotte. N. 0.
COLUMBIA, 8.0., JONE 1,1872.
THE undoraigtfed has assooiated with him
in baeinoaa Mr. JOHN E. GYLES. The
Ronoral Grocery business will horeafter be
conducted by tho firm of HOPE * OYLES.
June 2 EDWABT* HOPE.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Breakfaet Strips. "?M . ""
Smoked Beef, for sale low. HOPE A GYLES.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Ohuroh. Vol. I. $6.
Aunt Jane'a Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Moloch. Mo.
Jan 14_DUFFIE Sc CHAPMAN.
Everybody should read tba paper sad Itara
to know bow much ia oared if to Hoinitsh'a
stote they go for medicines.