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''Let our just Censures
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY
COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1872. VOL. VIII-NO. 101
The Great I'opalar Movement.
Administration organs charge that the
alliance of the Liberals and Democrats
is nothing more than a bargain for the
spoils. They have to say something,
and they can think of nothing better
to say than that. Never was oharge
more utterly falso and untenable. The
movement which has resulted ia the
nomination of Greeley and Brwwn by
two conventions was the work of the
people. The place-holders were bitterly
opposed to it, aB they are bitterly op?
posed to tho Liberal candidates. The
politicians have had very little hand in
what baa been going on of late. As n
role, they were opposed to the Liberal
movement, and did what they oould to
check it, and most of those among thom
who are now for Greeley and Brown
have yielded with reluctance to an irre?
sistible popular current. The nominees
of the Cincinnati and Baltimore Conven?
tions will be installed ns President and
Vice-president of the United States on
the 4th of next Maroh, but they will owe
it not to the politicians, but the people.
The Grant organs know very well how
this bas all come about, but we cnn
scarcely expect them to bo candid
enough, to confess it. It is of the utmost
consequence to them and their candidate
that the facts should be perverted and
misunderstood, but they oannot accom?
plish what they have undertaken. The
people are not to be deceived regarding
their own nets. The candidacy of Gree?
ley and Brown is the work of the people.
They understand how and why thone
gentlemen have become candidates, and
to suppose that they can be turned from
their purpose by the oharge of a corrupt
and spoils-seeking alliance is to take
them for vacillating and purposeless in?
As they seem to bc in want of informa?
tion, however, wo caa tell the Grant
people how and why it is that they find
the nominees of tho Philadelphia Con?
vention opposed by BUCU formidable
Seven years have elapsed since the
surrender of Lee at Appomattox, but
?till the war policy prevails in the admi?
nistration of the Government. Those
who have had oontrol of the Republican
party have done everything within their
power to keep ap the old war feeling, in
order that they might carry out their
selfish and ambitious purposes. During
this time, the people of the Northern
States have bees subjected to many of
the evils of partisan domination. They
have been burdened with onerous taxa?
tion, and have seen tho moneys thus ac?
quired for the public treasury squan?
dered OD impecunious nod grasping
brothers-in-law and favorites, or cast ic
ODO form or another into the Washing
. ton maelstrom. They have seen repub
lican institutions subverted, the law:
disregarded and the Constitution set a
naught, and all in the name of party
The faot has been forced on their recog
nition that Grantism is incompatibl
with free institutions and republican go
vernment. Thus with the Northern peo
pie; and now, how has the oase Blood a
the South? During the seven wear
years to which we have referred, th?
Sonth has been undera cloud, whioh ha
et1 tied over n like a pall. Sarrenderini
in good faith at the conclusion of tb
oivil war, an-" accepting the doctrine o
the indi ability of the Union, th
Sont1' ?tates have ever since bee;
.a, not as States on a footing o
oqaulity in the Union, bat as conquere
provinces. The carpet-baggers and th
scalawags have had commissions fror
the Federal Government to despoil nc
plunder. Satraps have been enthrone
to oppress. Their elections have bee
controlled by the bayonet, and the priv
lege of the writ of habeas corpus ha
been suspended in order to sustain th
This condition of things the Grar
party proposed to continue by re-elec
ing Grant for a second term. At the ai
preaching Presidential election tb
office-holders and politicians thought <
nothing else than the perpetuation of tl
debasing, damning and perilous polio]
The Democratic party saw itself powe
less to prevent. It seemed inevitab
that the country was still to be cursed t
the rule of unprincipled and reckle
sectional demagogues. Just au tbinj
seemed most hopelees the people beean
aroused to the situation, and determini
to take the control of political affui
into their own hands. Party with thc
is of small consequence as against put i
otism. Members of the Repnblici
party took the initiative. A Liber
Convention was held at Cincinnati ou tl
1st of last May, and by it Greeley ai
Brown were nominated as the represe
tatives of purity and constitutionalisi
The overture thus made was joyful
met. The Democrats, with almost pi
feet unanimity, consented to an ailinn
with the Liberals for the purpose of i
lieving tho country from Grantisi
Most, perhaps, of the politicians of t
Democratic party were reluctant, but t
Democratic masses were resolvod iL
tho Baltimore Convention should cone
alike in tho platform and the noemi
tions made at Cincinnati, and it has be
done, and done with unanimity.
To call an alliance such as that I
tween the Liberals and Democrats ci
rapt, almost amounts to sacrilege. T
highest and holiest feelings of patri
ism have prodaoed that alliance. T
people, whose candidates Horace Gr
ley and Gratz Brown are, so far frc
being influenced by a last for the spc
of office, havo been governed in all tb
have done by an earnest desire for
form, fraternity and nationality. Ra
cal editors affect to see something vi
ludicrous in the idea of "a clasping
hands across the bloody chasm made
the war," bat few except the office-ho
ors will be found to join in their mir
Sectional animosities have been fernen
far too long already for partisan p
poses, and very many of tho people
the Northern States feel that it is so.
for the Southern people, they are anxii
not only to be relieved from tho into
able persecution and oppression to wh
they are subjected, but they long for
peace, for fraternity and for nationality.
A correspondent of a Now York Repub?
lican paper tells the story not only of
Virginia but of tho whole South when
.*I doubt whether our friends in tho
North fully appreciate the meaning of
this wonderful uprising in favor of the
Liberal cause. It means that a sincere
longing for penco, for brotherhood, and
for union with the North, begins to fill
the Southern heart. These people long
for nationality; they want to feel ouce
more that they have a country to love,
and that they make a part of the lifo of
the nation. Here, upon the battle?
ground of tho rebellion, tho people seem
more willing to forget the pust than in
States that suffered less from the war,
and moro desirous of clasping hands
with the true mon of the North over the
grave of former animosities. The Vir
gin ians are eminently a.conservative and
sensible people, and when they embraced
the proffered alliance of the Liberal Re
publicans with almost perfect unanimity,
and without waiting for advice from
their politicians and newspapers, it was
from no impulsive gush of sentiment,
bat from convictions woll settled in ad?
This great popular movement-upon
which the Grant organs would cast
odium, if they only knew how to go
about it-moans peace. It means the
perfect reconciliation of all the people
and all the sections. It means the ?csto
ration of tho Union and of nationality.
The partnership which has been formed
is no temporary affair. It will last, aud
last for the good of tho nation. lu view
of the circumstances attending the nomi?
nation of Greeley and Browu, and tho
unprecedented enthusiasm with which
their candidacy is greoted, wo cannot
permit ourselves to doubt that they will
bo the next President and Vice-Pr?sident
of the United States; but even were do
feat to ensne, a great good would have
been accomplished in tho establishment
of a powerful national organization.
In this age o? scepticism, facts are re?
quired to inspire confidence in the minds |
of the people; but, with good endorsers,
they are willing to test any article claim-1
ing extraordinary merit. The proprie?
tors of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair I
Renewer oller the following endorsement
of the morita claimed by thom for their
preparation, by the Pittsburg, Pa.,
Christian Advocate," viz: "The public I
have so often been deceived by the use
of worthless preparations for the hair,
that an article of this kind, to gain their
favor and secure their patronage, mast
possess real merit. We are glad to as?
sure oar readers that Hall's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Renewer is meeting with
the success which its merits so justly de
serve; end we have reliable evidence that j
it will perform all that is claimed for it,
in restoring gray hair to its natural color,
and, as a permanent dressing, is unsur?
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS of good PINE j
WOOD. Apply to
Joly 16_HARDY SOLOMON.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxes ohoice Ooshon Cheese,
1 OOO pounds Breakfast Strips,
10 barrels Pearl Grist and Big Hominy.
All fresh and lor salo by
Jnlv 1G HOPE & GYLES.
Great Redaction in Teas.
2CHESTS ENGLISH BREAKFAST,
2 chests Oolong,
2 cheeto Young Hyson,
2 cheats Gunpowder.
AU of the beet quality, fresh, and will bo j
sold at prices that cannot fail to please.
T. J. .fe H. M. GIBSON,
Corner Lady and Richardson streets.
Julv IB _ ti
Wanted to Borrow,
FOB one yoar or longer, nt a fair i ato of in?
terest, about (2,000, for which good se?
curity will bo given. Address X, at PIKKMX
Office. July 14
Coal ! Coal !
f\(\rj TONS best quality of COAL, now
OU I loading on beard bri? Anna Maria,
for this market, which will be sold low for ?
cash. Apply to R. A. KEENAN,
July 12 Imo At Columbia Hoto!.
*)(\C\ nBI~S< NEW FLOUR, of all grades,
?J\J\J for salo at greatly reduced prices,
by_JOJl? AGNEW & SON.
Cheaper Than Ever.
?yyiLL sell his entiro stock of GOODS
WITHOUT REGARD fC COST.
Every Counter will bo a BARGAIN COUN?
TER. The Ton Cent Counter will be full of |
NOTIONS._ June HO
1 HA BARRELS frosh ground COTTON
AvJv/ SEED MEAL, an excellent article
for feeding stock,Just received and for salo
low by_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to Band
Primo Smoked Tongues,
Prime Smoked Beof,
"Diamond" and "Orange" brand Hams,
Elm City Breakfast Stripe,
Elm City Sugar cured Pickled Bounds.
With full supply of standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices, &c, at low prices.
June 23 GEO. SYMMERS.
SUGGESTIONS POR SUM BIKU-It i*
ot great importance that tho eyatcm ahould
be in a vigorous condition when the hot wea?
ther commcnctB. Tho effects of a high tem?
perature upon an enfeebled iramc are always
more or lesa disastrous. Tho loea of sub?
stance and the declension of nervous power,
occasioned by excessive heat, can ouly be
oomponeated hy the active, healthful and re?
gular exercise of all the bodily fuDctioua by
which tho waste of nature ia replenished and
tho vital energies renewed. Tho great utility
of noSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS as a
means of toning, invigorating and regulating
the organs of the body, ia univcraally ac?
knowledged. As a tonic, it stimulates thc
Hagging appetite and accelerates digestion;
aa a corrective, it neutralizes acidity of the
stomach and relieves llatulency; aa au altera?
tivo and mild aperient, it regulatce tho liver
and tho bowels; aa an anodyne, it promotea
tranquil sleep; aa a wholesomo stimulant, it
imparta firmneea and elasticity to tho relaxed
and trembling nerves; and aa a blood d?pu?
rent, it purifica the vital atrcam. Tho value
of such a epecific to tho weak and debilitated
ia beyond all estimate. To invalid? wilted
down by tho aubry heat of niid-?umn,cr, it ia
aB refreshing and vitalizing aa tho cool night
dew to the aun-Bcorcbcd tlowcra. Composed
of vegetablo elements only, ?with a basia of
pure aiffusivo stimulant, it ia safe and pala
tablo aa well EH medicinal. In fever and
aguo districts, and wherever tho natural con?
ditions aro conducive to epidemic disease, it
ia consult red tho best safeguard against ma?
larious infection, and tho speediest remedy
for intermittent and remittent fevers.
1' 1 ii I ti ii.n < >. i Um for Invalid?--Have
tho routine medicines of the profession dono
you no goon? Are j ou discouru p? tl and mi
eoiahlt? Ii BO, teat tho propel ties of the
now Vegetable Specific, Du. WAI Ki n's CALI
FOuNIA VISEOAB BlTTEKS, already lamoua as
tho finest itivigoraut, corrective sod alte ra?
tivo, that baa i vcr seen the light. Dyspep?
tics and persona of bilious Imbil should keep
it within reach, il they value health and ease.
W im i Every Ilormuian Want*-A good,
cheap and reliable Liniment. Such an arti?
cle) is Dr. Tobias' Venetian llorac Liniment.
Pint bottles at one dollar. For Lamencaa,
Cuts, Galla, Colic, Sprains, Ac., warranted
better than any other. Sold hythe Drug
gista. Depot. 10 Park Placo, New York.
Burnett's CiH oalnc.-A compound of Co?
coanut Oil, &c, for tho Hair, has established
a world-wido reputation. Its natural adapta?
tion, agreeableness, and FBEF.NF.FS FBOM ALL
INIUBIOUS on SOILING PBOPEBTIES, together
with Us cheapness in reapect to durability
and size of bottle, render it unequaled by
any other preparation in tho world. For sale
by all Drnggiats.
Magic of tlie Moue li - Odifcrons Sozo
dont renders the mouth enchanting, com?
posed of rare, antiseptic herbs, it imparts
whiteness to the teoth, a delicious flower-like
aroma to the breath, and preserves intact,
from youth to age, tho teeth.
flatt's Astral Oil.-More accidents occur
from using nnaafo oils than from steamboats
and railroads combined. Over 200,000 fami?
lies continue to burn Pratt's Astral Oil, and 1
no accidents, directly or indirectly, have oc?
curred from burning, storing or handling it.
Oil HOUBO of Charlea Pratt, established 1770,
A Beautiful White. Boft, smooth and olear
akin ia produced by using G. W. Laird's
'.Bloom of Youth." It removes tan, freckles,
sun-burcB, and all other diacoloi ations from
tho skin, leaving tho complexion brilliant and
beautiful. Sold at all druggists. This pre?
paration is entirely free from any material
detrimental to health.
Just the Remedy Needed.-Thanks to
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, we have, for
yearn, boen relieved from sleepless nights of
painfnl watching with poor, Buffering, tooth?
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, depreesion of
spirits and general debility in their various
forms; also, as a preventive against Fever
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers. The
t'crro-Pboaphorated Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard &. Co., New York, and sold
by all druggists, ie the beet tonic, and ne a
tonio for patients recovering from fever or
other eickness, it has no equal.
Kinley'* Genuine Golden Bell Cologne
Water, according to the original formula of
Provost, Paris, so long and favorably known
to tho customers of Hartland, Harral St Ris?
ley, and their branches, for ita fine permanent
fragrance, ia now made by H. W. Risley and
the trade supplied by his fncceesors, Morgan
Rialoy, Wholesale Druggists, Now York.
TIIUUIUU'H Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder.
-The best article known for cleansing and
preserving tho teetli and gume. Sold by al!
Druggists. Price 23 ?ind 50 centd per bottle.
F. C. Wells .t Co., New York.
carbul ic salve unequaled ?a a Healing
Compound. Physicians recommend it a? the
most wonderful remedy e ver known. Price
25 cents per box. John P. Henry, sole Pro?
prietor, 8 Oollego Place, New York.
Chrlstudoru'a Huir Dye.-Thia magnifi?
cent compound ia beyond contingency,the
safest and moat relublo Djoin existence;
never failing to impart to tho Hair uniformity
of color, nourishment, and elasticity. Manu?
factory, '?-> Maiden Lane, Ne w York."
tfvaptilu ia Opium purified of ita aickening
and poisonous qualities. It ie a perfect ano?
dyne, not producing headache or conatipation
of bowels, as ia tho case with othor prepara
liona of opium. John Farr, Chemist, New
York. _July? itlmo_
Ale! Ale! Ale!
DOZ CROTON ALC, very superior
_i ? > quality,
50 doz. Mchwen's Alo, very superior quali?
ty. Just received and for aalo by
Jl,,:v9 JOHN AGNEW k SON.
Fail Turnip Seed.
Lang's Improved Ruta Baga,
Oobson'a Improved Ruta Baga,
Large Whitu Norfolk,
Largo White Globe. HOPE & GYLES.
July 10 _
Corn! Coral Corn!
IKflfi BUSHELS prime White CORN,
uZJ\J\J 500 bushels primo Mixed Corn,
Just received and for salo at reduced prices,
by___JOHN AGNEW A btQN.
Frames for the Columbia Maps,
OF every et j le, of Walnut and Gilt Mould?
ing. Aleo, tor Paintings, Photographs
and Engravings. R. L. h RY AN'8
BY F. D. KO\EDIAV,
(Formerly at G. Dierck*\)
ON Assembly street, opposite the Market.
Liquors and Segare of all kinds. Lunch
at 12 M. July C
A CHANCE FOB ALL !
GREAT li A ll G A 1 S S
W. D. LOVE & GO.'S!
JN anticipation of removing in September
to our Jar^e and commodious NEW STORE,
in tho Wheeler Building, corner of Main and
Plain street*, wc will close out our present]
stock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
Bargains in all elastics of Gooda
W. I). LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE, >
I?. B. McCiiFF.nY. ? July 1 !
Illustrated Maps of Columbia,
WITH FT.uMES of nil kinds,
5U0 new STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Southern, European und California. Also,
A new lol of CROQUET, at reduced prices.
Por salo at lt. 1,. BRYAN'S Bookstore.
JAMES A. GRAY & CO.,
iMfortTEita, jonnEBs AND HF.TAILEIIS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
194 and 19G Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
THE largest and most complete stock in
the South, at lowest prices. July 1- Imo
TUE CO-rARTNERSHIP heretofore exist-I
ing between the undersigned, under the
namo of WELLS A CALDWELL, baa this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All ac-1
counts due the firm must be paid to John D.
Caldwell, who will also settle all outstanding
claims against the same. This the 9th day
of July, A. D. 1872.
JACOB H. WELLS.
July 10 12_ JOHN D. CALDWELL.
OFFICE AUDITOR RICHLAND COUNTY,
JULY 1. 1872.
THIS office will be open during this month
for the purpose of receiving returns of
all property-holders. Tho penalty of fifty |
per cent, will be addod to last year's returns
for non-compliance with this notice.
I M. J. CALNAN,
July 4 County Auditor.
THE best in market, comprising all tl
good qualities of FRUIT JARS, for sale by
Jur.?"r? L?RICK A LO wit ANOE.
OK BASKETS CHAMPAGNE,
?i O 20.000 CIGARS.
Canned Goods, Fruits. Nuts, Cakes and
lot of other goods suitable for the 4th; also,
for Parties, Pic-Nics, Barbecues, .Vc.
_ June 25 _ L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
5,000 Live Indians Just Arrived.
THEY aro pitted against Jobn Soegcrs'
10,000 K. K.V, at the odds. But all may
end in smoko. _ _ GEO. BYMMERS.
AND HOI si; FURNISHING STORE.
THE undersigned bavo re
g^ps- ceutly opened an ontire new I
stock' of new goods in the I
above line. Articles of all
kinds for houno keeping, A(
Citizens are invited tocal! and examine goode
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINUSLAXD. J. A. HKATU.
KIA'ARD & WILEY'S,
(SfCCE?i.SOIt9 TU CHILLS .V: WI LI. Y )
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS.
J Blue and Black Morning Coats,
Cassimere Light Mixed Suits.
Black and Blue Granites.
Youth's. Boy's and Children's Suits.
New style and hambotnely made Star Shirts.
Silk Searls, Ties, Bows, of the latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
Il ATS ! HATS lt II ATS ! I !
Splendid line. Tho best and cheapest in
the market. DRESS HATS, mik and beaver,
M. L. K1NARD. J. 8. WILEY.
April 19 _ _ _ ly
CLEAVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
Near Shelby, 55 miles West of Charlotte, N, C.,
T? AV. UllECVARD, Proprietor.
THE Hotel will bo open for
tho reception of visitors on 1st
of Juno. Passengers coming
_^on tho Wilmington, Charlotte
and Rutherford Railroad will bo met by
Hacks. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at any time.
COLD aud WARM RATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalyboate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and other means of
amusement will add to tho comfort and en?
joyment of guests.
FARE drat class. RATES-Single day,
$2 50; single week, f 14; four weeks, $40. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half price. June 20 2mo
The United States of America-South
IN TUE CIRCUIT COURT.
PURSUANT to an order mado at the April
Term, 1872, of tho Circuit Court of the
United Stat on, for the District ot South Caro?
lina, dated May 3,1872, notice is hereby giren
unto all whom it may concern that a special
session of tho Circuit Court of the United
States, for tho saul District, for the trial of
criminal causes, will be held in tho city of Co?
lumbia, commencing on tho FIRST MONDAY
(5th) of August, 1872.
July n w3 C. C. C U. 8. for s. c.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
ACHOICE lot of OAK and HICKORY
WOOD, of all bizca, for sale cheap by
the cord, and delivered in any part ortho
city. 1 will furuiah WOOD by contract at
special rates for wii ter purposes. Orders
left at tbeTner.Nix ofucc.or at Mr. D. EPSTIN'B
Dry Gooda Store, on Aeaembly etreet, will bo
promptly attended to. Tho above Wood ia in
my yard, and can bo accn for delivery at any
time, P. EPSTIN,
North Bide of Gervais street, botwecn APBcrn
bly and Gates street. _June 8 3mt
WE are in receipt cf letters making known
to us tho high estimation in which wc
aro hold as tbo proprietor and manufacturer
or HEINITSH'S BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
Tho very high appreciation thus voluntarily
exhibited ia a source not only of pleasure hut
of profit. Thus practically encouraged, wo
proposo to go on with tho good work of Bend?
ing relief to thousands of tho sick at very lit?
tle cost. Road the following letter from North
A lotter from Raleigh, North Carolina,
speaks of Iloinitsh's Rleiodand Liver Pills, in
tho following emphatic language: "Your
Blood and Liver Pills should be called tho
'Eureka.' My wife will give you a certificate
testifying to their remarkable curativo pro?
perties. For fomalcB, the beBt pill out."
Ilcinitah'u Blood Pills aro adapted to all
ages, sexes and conditions, in all climates;
good for Liver Complaint, Biliousness, Head?
aches, Chilla. Try them; only twenty-five
cents a box. For sale only at tho familv medi?
cino atoro or E. H. HEINIfSH.
AND novol plan, that offers tho rare in?
ducements the Indian
To extend to her customers long ago, bas
boen adopted, which is, "to give extra
quantity in every fifty cents worth bought;
To Sell Cigars
Bv tho box at remarkably low rates." Here
is the place to got the "LITTLE GEM."
BTULTZ'S PANCAKE, and tho finest SMOK?
ING TOBACCO._Jnly 2
The Most Fashionable Promenade
IN THE CITY IS AT THE
GREAT C0SB1XA??0N DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT ia there that tho greatest display o
TASTE and 8TYLES can be seen.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, besides the newest
and now moat popular patterns in "DOLLY
Thcae goods havo boon bought at such ad?
vantageous prices aa to enable me to offer
them at astonishingly low figurcB. Call and
examine, and I am sure you will buy.
May 10 J. H. KINARD.
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. KINARD,
GOODS are now being offerod at auch low
figures aa will defy competition.
Tho DOLLAR COUNTER ia an oapecial at?
traction, where ono can obtain gooda at half
tho original price.
LADIES' SUITS, superbly trimmed, on
hand, of tho latest and most fashionable
A call will siiflico to Batiefy every ono.
May 20 MRS. A. MCCORMICK.
Portable Fountain Pumps.
JUST received a supply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is tho moat useful and convenient apparatus
for watering Bhrubbery, flowers and plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at the commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
Ac, ftc. For sale at low prices by
Jane27_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Innn BUSHELS CORN,
.UuU 100 barrels FLOUR,
Which we ofl'or at a ti ea rv decline. Il mu?t be
?old. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Everybody ia delighted with the QUKEN'S
DEI.IOUT. It cares all kinds of breaking out
of tho chin, boils. Ac.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to Lave one of the Oneal
stocks of WATCHES, of all host Eng
Llish. Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, onr stock
is largo, and wo are going to self the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19 Formerly Glazo & Radcliffe.
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES ie
now full and complete, and
_fctho public may depend on
getting the beet at tho lowest possible figur?e,
as my facilities aro such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I havo also in store and constantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies'Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, ?c.;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets,Charms.
Lockets, .Vc; tho latest and most beautiful
pattorns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Waro- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Colombia 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 less.
At a sacrifice.
FIXEST AND CHOICEST SDIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
R. & W, C. SWAFF1ELD.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNEl Why not?
Was not the great Apostle of Temper?
ance, Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still,
wers he alive to-day, he would quaff a cup of
this bevorage, and, smacking his lips, bless
the man who invented "Irish Champagne."
[ This oan be drank with perfect safety by tbe
Knights of Pythias. Good Templars, or Bad
I Templars, Sons of Malta, Sons of Temper?
ance, or anybody else's sous or 'daughters,.
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly those who wear
Grant hata and Greeley bata, or their own
hats, aro invited fraternally to imbibe (at
your own expenso, mindi) this superlatively
This notice would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our ictionary,
and several big worde we intended to use are
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, the public may expect
to hear from us again.
May 18_ GEORGE RYMMER3.
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LECTURE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. $2.
Thoughts npon Government. By Arthur
Helps. 12 25.
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
full of fun.
At Homo and Abroad. By Johu P. Ken?
Foster's Lifo of Charles Dickens. $2.
Taine's Notes on Lngland. $2 50.
Pro-Historic Times. By Sir John Lubbock.
Popular Life of Gen. R. E. Lee.
And other new publications, for sale at
Juno 8 R. L. BRYAN'S Bookstore
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
InAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
tuko all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can onlv bo had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 29 Gmo_Charlotte. Nj P.*
Buffalo Tongues, *
NEW sngar-enred HAMS,
j Smoked Beef, for eale low. HOPE jj GYLES.
PIGS' FEET SOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash by
June 16_HOPE & GYLE8.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of tbo Anglican
i Church. Vol. I. $5.
\ Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Moloch. 60c.
Jan 14_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Everybody should read the paper and learn
to know how much is saved if to Heiniteh'a
stole they go for medicines.