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''Let our just Censures
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1872
Attend the Truo Event."
VOL. \III-NO. 135.
Editor of the Phoenix-DEAB SIR: The
following jaommuuioutions were refused
a placo io the -Union, after that paper
had given place to the lying communica?
tion of its correspondent from Lexing?
ton. I trust that you will'not ref lise mo
a plaoe in tho PHOENIX, although mnuy
o' those who have seen the oue side will
never see the other. Yours, Seo.,
COLOMBIA. S. C., Aug. 20, 1872.
Editor of thc Daily Union-SIB: I am
surprised at the miB-statementaontained
in the letter of your correspondent from
Lexington, in reference to the barbaouo,
piu-nio, spoeohes and Convention there
on the 17.th instant. He who could not
find over fifty individuals at the pio-nic
must have been considerably mixed, to
Bay tho least. There, were from 200 to
?00 present, as oau be attested by any
desired number of witnesses.
I have no time now to correct tho
many seemingly intentional bluudors it
contains, but will add a matter of im?
portance, which your correspondent en?
tirely omitted, viz: The meeting of an?
other County Oouvention, and tho elec?
tion of Messrs. S. Corley and Simeon
L?rick ns dologatos to tho State Conven?
tion, and Messrs. F. Ludaway and Jor?
dan Foster to the Congressional Conven?
tion. Four out of the eight or nine
delegations withdrew from the Hayes
conoern, and united with the four or live
which had beeb refused Beats, and met
in the Court .House at 5 o'clock P. M.,
where the above result was accomplished.
We expect to demonstrate that the regu?
lar County Convention was regularly
packed, as usual, and shall, therefore,
claim oar seats as the representatives of
the people. Very respectfully,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. August 21, 1872.
Editor of the Daily Union.
SIR: Lost night, I wrote a short reply
to strictures contained in the communi?
cation o? "Rep," from Lexington, pub?
lished in your issue of Monday. I now
wish to offer a few remarks in reference
to that portion which relates to myself
and Mr. S. E. Canghman. I was not
invited to the barbecue, and vieited the
ground only as a delegate to the Conven?
tion, (in which a seat was denied me,)
the Convention having been called in
that out-of-the-way place for the express
purpose of compelling myself and
friends to listen to the packed speeches
againt me; which must be apparent to
all, when they learn that Mr. R. J. Hayes
could not be induced to extend a more
definite notioe for the meeting of the
County Convention, than from the hours
of 10 o'olook A. M. to 3 P. M. Thus it
was intended to compel us to come into
everything, except the Convention! Now,
must it be stated what is well known to
be a fact in Lexington, that Mr. S. E.
Caughman is, or has been, a prominent
Democrat of the Stokes order, and,
therefore, the strongest reason for his
presence there, aside, perhaps, from the
promises of Dr. Hayes, must have been
to traduce me. He had before tried the
same game at Leesville, where I de?
manded a reply, and he denied that he
had alluded to me in any way whatever;
when I dropped tho matter, only to hear
of it again from his and Hayes* friends,
in another form-"Didn't ho give Sim.
Corley hell?" Caughman's sons were on
the platform with him; and when I al?
luded to the war of the rebellion, in
whioh I had been compelled to fight
against my wishes, while he had clamored
loudly for it, and yet had cowardly
shrunk from the fight, I was furiously
assailed by them, one pushing at my
back, with the intention of foroing
me from the platform. He pro?
nounced me a liar, whioh I throw back
in his teeth, and now hurl it back
again and again, and point to his pitiful
record as proof positive of my assertion.
If this charge against him, upon such
grounds, is not such as becomes n "good
Republican," then I admit that I do not
exactly understand the true relation be?
tween self-respeot and "good" Republi?
canism, and leave the "good" fellows to
class me as they like, while I assure them
that they cannot think less of my Re?
publicanism than I do of theirs. Here,
then, was a so-called Republican meet?
ing, with the most nltra Democrats
brought forward to assail me; and I must
meekly pocket their insults, and say,
"Thank you, gentlemen," iu tho name
of "good Republicanism 1"
The evening before, one of t lioso same
Democrats attended the precinct meet?
ing in the Court House, and would have
been made chairman of tho meeting, if
I had not objected. He afterwards as?
serted that he wau a Democrat, and bad
come to the meeting to defeat me. Se?
veral of those Democrats voted with tho
Hayes faction, which, with other irregu?
larities and packings, caused myself and
friends to withdraw.
Now, Mr. Editor, I wish it distinctly
understood that I can never again agreo
to plaoe an opponent in office who re?
sorts to such expedients to seouro place
and power. If Dr. Hayes will withdraw
from the contest, I will, and we will put
up a third man, and unite (if he will)
npon a platform against tue oorrupt
State ring for our County offices and
members of the Legislature. This is
my only offer, and I will stand by it,
though his refusal may rend the party
in our County to atoms. I stand here,
because Hayes has betrayed the Repub?
licans of the County, by their removal
from offioe and plaoing Democrats over
them; and also for bis bad official record
.in the Senate. .Very respectfully,
A young lady lately wrote to H. G.,
aekiug him the best remedy for dandruff.
The great farmer replied: "Use a rotat?
ing harrow, if the surface is rolling, until
the soil is well loosened; then seed down
with Ganada thistles. If this fails, go
farther West, where Indians oro plenty
and frisky. They remove dandruff by a
simple remedy, and warrant it never to
? M OK STEH SNAKE.-?s Mr. George
Knadle was crossing the mou itain from
Slocum, about one and-a-bnlf mile from
tba Tbreo-Coruered Pond, aud a little to
the left of the road, be discovered a large
suake coiled around n young hickory
tree, tail np. Ho gradually approached
his snakeship, and discovered that ti cow
was lying ut the foot of tbo tree. To his
surprise, he was merely milking the cow
as a babe would suckle tho breast of its
mother. Mr. Kundle, after satisfying
himself that it wus a mutual understand?
ing between tho cow and the snake, pro?
cured a largo club and destroyed ?ho
snake. Tho cow hollowed ns though hhe
had lost a calf. It wus a monster bbick
snake, of the blue-racer species, measur?
ing seventeen feat four iucbes in length
and twenty-three aud one-quarter inches
[ Wilkesbarre (Pa.) Daily.
It must bo quite a trial to any South?
ern gentleman entering the field to aup
i port Grant when he remembers the man?
ner in which HO many of his fellow-citi?
zens have been tried and convicted and
now languish in the Northern prisons.
This has been dono through Grant; and
even now many of his supporters at the
North aro horrified at the wrongs Buf?
fered by these poor prisoners, and are
appealing to Grant to undo his work RB
far as he can by sotting them at liberty.
It would seem to be hard for a Southern
man to endorso and approve these cruel?
ties, these outrages upon liberty and the
Constitution. His sensibilities must be
carious indeed if he can regard them
with indifference,-Richmond Dispatch.
# ? ?
Tho Bowling Green (Ky.) Democrat
says: "Wennderstand tuat Mr. Gulvin
Liles, who resides in the Throe Forks
neighborhood, in this County, has a very
peculiar spring of water on his farm. Ia
the spring of tho year, the water that
rnns from the spriDg looks like blood.
The bloody-looking water rana from it
twioe a week, bnt for only a few mo?
ments at a time. Daring the fall the
bloody water runs bnt once a week; and
after the disappearance of the bloody
hoe, the water assnmes a purplish hne,
which soon passes tiff. The water is said
to be very delightful to the taste."
Spotted Tail made a speech the other
day, at St. Louis, in whioh he expressed
tho fear that when ho dies and goes to
the happy hunting grounds of the here?
after, his white father, (President Grant,)
and his people will try to take his re?
servation from him. Spotted Tail may
rest his sonl in peace. If he is so for?
tunate as to locate a claim in the hunt?
ing grounds to which he referred, ttiere
will be no member of the Grant party
there to enter an action of ejectment
Mr. Greeley's trave? in New Hamp?
shire this week, have disclosed the fact
that he bas a frightful number of coasias.
Y2S, and more than half the Union
call him ''Uncle Horace."-Boston Post.
A. T. Stewart is enjoying himself, as
far as his limited means will permit, at
A Missouri agriculturalist tells a story
of his having corn thirty-three feet high,
and expects the public to give ear to it.
tTHAT large and commodious STORE
now occupied by Messrs. Porter Sc Steele.
Possession given the 1st of October.
For terms, inquire of G. DIERCKS.
"HORSE, with a light
New York ROAD
WAGON, (built by Corbett A Co.) Can bo
eoen at Daly'? Stables. Ang 23 3
Universal Life Insurance Company.
NOTICE is hereby givon that Col. JOHN T.
SLOAN, Hu., lina boen appointed Agent
for tho "Universal Lifo Insurance Company,"
at. the city of Columbia, and will attend to all
bueinoss connected with eaid Agency.
J. W. BHACKLEFORD,
Aug 24 3 _Southorn Manager.
Coal! Coal! !
QC\C\ T0NS of COAL jost received, and
OvJv" will be Bold cheaper than any other
in this market. I have shipped this coal di?
rect, and there ia no second profit on it. Those
who want cheap Coal can apply to
Aug 2') fi_ J_T^LJIARPFR.
Red Oats. ~ " .
PT r\f\ BUSHELS Rust Proof RED OATS,
.J\J\J lot ealo at $1 50 per bushel. Backed
and delivered at Ninety-six Depot. Green ville
and Columbia Railroad. Apply to
JAMES H. RICE, Ninety-six, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Dr. W. L. Anderson. Maj. R.
A. Primo._ Ang 7 lniof^_
Wood! Wood! Wood!
ACnOIOE lot of OAK and HICKORY
WOOD, of all Bizea, for ealo cheap by
the cord, and delivered in any part of thc
city. I will furuiah WOOD by contract at
special rates for winter purposes. Orders
loft, at the PHONJX office, or at Mr. D. EPBTIN'S
Dry Goode Store, on Assembly street, will bc
promptly attended to. Tho abovo Wood in in
my yard, and can he Been for delivery at any
time, P. EPSTIN.
North aldo of Gervais street, between Aaacm
bly and QateB street._June 8 8mf
Sellinc Ont at and Below Cost
MY entire stock, consisting of DIAMONDS,
WATCHER, Cbaina, Jewelry, Silvoi
Ware, Platod Ware, Clocks.
Aug 10_ISAAC S?LZBAOHEB.
PERSONS who lert WATCHER in my cart
years ago to be repaired, will please cal
for the same, give description, statu time
when left, pay charges and tako them away,
If not oalled for within ninety days from thu
date, J will sell thom to pay coate.
June 23m'.h 0. DIERCKS.
Ot? Marriage.-Happy relief for Young
olen from tho euee te of Errors and Abuses in
early lite. Manhood restored. Impediments
to Marriage removed. Hew method of treat-1
tuent. Now and remarkable remedio*. Dooks I
and circulars cent True, in sealed envelopes.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug ll ?2!2
Kor Dyspepsia*., indigestion, depression of
upirite anti general debility in their various
form?; also, as ?i preventivo against Fever
and Ague, and ether intermittent lovers, tho
Fciro-Phosphoraietl Elixir of Calisaya, made
by Caswell, Hazard J? Co., New York, and sold
by all druggist*, ia tho bert tunic, and asa
tunic for patients recovering from fever or
other sickness, it has no equal.
Thumluu'it Ivory Pearl 'l ootlt Powder.
-Tho best article known for demising and
preserving the toot li and gums. Sold by all
Druggists. Price 2.3 aud BO couts per bottle
P. C. Wells.t Co.. New York.
t in lat udiM <>'* Hair Dye nt andu unrivaled
in the world.* No lady or gentleman of dis?
crimination uses any other. It is tho most
perfect, reliable and effective Hair Dye in the
world. Manufactory, GS Maiden Laue, New
-Carbolic Suive, recommended by Physi?
cians as tho great Healing Compound. Price
25 cents per box. John F. Henry, sole Pro?
prietor, 8 College Placo, New York.
KI ?!< y'a lim im io a reliable Diuretic and
Tonic for all derangements oT tho urinary
and genital organs. Tho genuino, aa former?
ly sold by Huviland, Harral ?- Rislov and
their branches, ia now prepared by H. W.
Risley, tho originator and Proprietor; and j
the irade supplied by his successors, Morgan
&. Risley, New York.
Asthma -JONAS WHITCOMH'S REJIEOV. Pre?
pared from a German recipe obtained hy tho
late Jonas Whitcomb, in Europo. lt allevi?
ated this disorder in his case when all other
appliances of niedicul skill had been aban?
doned. Joseph Burnett &. Co., Boston. For
salo by all druggists.
Sub?? it us <" in tile U?. nt ul Ku nit a aro not1
desirable; therefore, keep tho natural teeth
sound and pure with that-wholesome vegeta?
ble elixir SOZODONT. Do this, and they will j
last as long as tho breath laBts, aud tho
breath itself will never be tainted.
To Owners of Horses un tl Cattle.
Tobias* Derby Condition Powders aro war?
ranted superior to any others, or no pay, for
the cure ot Distemper, Worms, Bots, Coughs,
Hyde Bound, Cold, Ac, in Horses; and Colds,
Coughs, LOBS of Milk, Black Tongue, Horn
Distemper, A.c., in Cattle. Price 25 cents.
Depot, 10 Park Place, New York.
Physiologists Say that Our Bodies arc
renewed once in seven years. Tho material
of which they are reconstructed is the blood,
and unless it be. fully charged with tho ele?
ments of vitality, tho strength and health of
the system declino. Of all blood depurentB,
DB. WALKER'S VINEOAB BITTEUS is tho-Bafeet
and moat infallible Thero is no disease,
arising from deprivation of tho blood, which
it will not speedily cure.
Svnpnla, or opium puriflod, tho most per?
fect anodvne in the market, made by process
of Dr. I. M. Bigelow, Detroit Medical College,
ie always uniform in strength, which is rarely
tho case in other preparations of opium.
Pi ut i's Astral oil has a world-wide repu?
tation as the surest and boBt illuminating oil.
Over 2.000.0GO gallons have boon sold tor the I
pa?t two years, from which no accidents of
any description have occurred. Send lor cir- |
c.uiar. Oil House ot Charles Pratt, estab?
lished 1770, Now York.
We Huvc Frequently Heard mothers1
eay they would uot bo without Mra. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, from tho hirth of tho child
until it has finished with the teething siege,
undor any consideration whatever.
Tile Secret uf Beauly.-What is it? no
longer asked, for tho world ot fashion and all
tho ladies know that is produced hy using a
delightful aud harmless toilet preparation
known as G. W. Laird's "Bloom of Youth."
Its beautifying effocta are truly wonderful.
Depot. 5 Oo'ld street, New York. Aug 2 }t
The Richland House.
1HAYE removed to now quarters, ou Main
street, near Lady, wh?ro 1 cordially invito
the old IriondB of tho . Cottage House" to
viait me, and solicit tho patronage of now cus?
tomers also. WM. KENNEDY.
Cow for Sale.
A GOOD MILKER, with a fine
heifer CALF. Apply at PiUKNlX
offico. Aug 23
- AT Dalv'a Stable, eighteen Buperinr
?gfip. Kentucky HARNESS AND SADDLE
JffMVtlHORSES. Persons wishing to pur
? 1 /I .ebano will do well to call and examino
them, as they havo boen selected especially
for thia markot. JOHN N. LONG, Ag'i.
_Aug 17 lt. GRAHAMJc 00.
rr*iHE aubacribcr baa in band, for sale, a
JL largs amount of valuable REAL ESTATE,
consisting ot Plantation*, l'..i ins, Woodlands
Improved and unimproved CITY LOTS.
Especial atti minn ii called to that elegant
aud commodious residence known as the El?
more House. Thia residence ia situated on a
lot of six* acres, handsomely improved, in a
healthy location, and can he bought on easy
Several eligible BUSINESS LOTS, on Rich?
ardson Btroet. J. W. PARKER,
Real Estate Broker,
Auc ll linn Columbia, S. C.
THERE will bo a mooting of tho Executive
Committee of tho Democratic party of
South Carolina, in Columbia, on MONDAY
NEXT, tho 20th inat., at 8o'clock P. M.,at tho
rooms of tho Universal Lifo Insurance Com?
pany. The attendance of every member of
the committee ia specially requested.
M. O. BUTLER,
Tho following gentlemen constitute the
1. 31. 0. Butler, Richland.
2. Wado Hampton, Richland.
3. Thomas Y. Simona, Charleston
.1. M. P. O'Connor, Charleston.
5. F. W. Dawsou, Charleston.
G. John S. Richardson,' Sumter.
7. S. P. Hamilton, Cheater.
8. J. P. Thomas, Richland.
[ 9. Johnson Uagood, Barnwell.
10. W. W. Sellers, Marion.
11. M. W. Gary, Edgofiold.
12. Samuel McGowan, Abbeville.
13. Henry Mciver, GhoBterllold.
14. W. H. Wallace, Union.
! 15. W. D. Simpson, Laurens. Aug 22
Choice Family Flour.
fr? rv BARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
Ow aalo at reduced rates.
August 10 DOPE Sc GYLES.
Ribbons, Millinery and Straw Goods,
White Goods,Embroideries, &c
ARMSTRONG, CATOIt fi CO,, |
IMPORTERS, Manufacturers and Jobber?
R?nnet, Trimming, Neck and Sash Rlll
RONS, YELVEf ItlUBONB, NECK TIES,
I'onnot rfi ',k.-j. SatilM, Velvets aud Crupes,
Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, Frames, &o.
Straw Bonnets and Ladies and Children's
Hats, trimmed aud untrimmed. And in con?
necting warerooms WHITE GOODS, LI?
NENS, EMBROIDERIES, Luces, Nets, Col?
lars, Sets, Handkerchiefs, Veiling, Hoad Nets,
XOH. 237 nicft 2:?) Baltimore sired, Bait., Md.
These gooda aro manufactured by na or
bought for cash directly from tho European
and American manufacturera, eiubraciiig all
tho latest noveltiea, unequalled in variety and
cheapuoaa iu any market. Orders filled with
care, promptness and despatch. Aug 2412*
NOW IS THE TIME
Save Your Money!
-p*ALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS will
be sold at great bargain* before thc season
C. F. JACKSON'S.
COAL! COAX! !
THE undersigned have established a
In thia city, which will bo kept regularly sup?
plied with thc beet qualities of
And FOUNDRY COAL, for sale at tho loweat
prices. A good article can bo supplied, deli?
vered in any part of the ci'y,
100 TONS GRATE COAL
Now on hand. LONG TON (2,210 Iba.) will
always be given.
Mr. W. H. RIVES is our Agent for salo of
Coal, and will give prompt attention to all or?
ders aent him, or dropped in Post Office Box
No. 117, or left at Fisher &. Sillimau'a Drug
Aug 20 Imo O. (r. PARSLEY fe CO._
The M. C. Election,
THAT excited ao much interest, having
boon decided, tho attoution of the public
ia called to tho great inducements
Offered by tho "INDIAN GIRL." in cloeitic I
out a few branda of fine CIGARS, four for 25 |
ctnta-a prico that allowa no grounds fur it
Aa to where is tho place to get the most fur
"Pancake," "Century." "May Flower" nnd
'Durham" are specialties. Aug 10
1FORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSER, manufactured by Huraco L.
Emory, as good as new, having been only
used a few weeks. Will bo sold at a sacrific?,
by JOHN AGNEW fi SON.
Oats and Corn.
IAfVA BUSHELS FEEDING OMS,
. V/v/V/ 700 bushel* White Com. for
sale low for cash. HOPE .V OYLES.
?I\j\J for salo at greatlv reduced prices,
by JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
Selling Out Below Cost.
ADIES' WRITING DEbKS, Jiwel Cases
i and Traveling Companions.
AFINE stock of the celebrated Morrie &
Lazarus PERFECTED SPECTACLES,
which I havo been selling tu tho public for
thc last four years.
ISAAC SUEZ BACH RR, Solo Agent.
WE hereby givo notico to all whom it may
concern, that wo have resigned our
connection with tho Universal Lifo Insurance
Company, of Now York. Tho office and busi?
ness ia turned over to Mr. J. W. Shackloford,
Southern manager for aaid Company. ?
M. W. OARY,
Aug 2 _M. C. BUTLER.
NEW augar-enred HAMS,
?mokod Beef, for Halo low. HOPE ?V GYLES.
New Mackerel, &c , &o.
THESE opon vory Uno, and at extremely
No. 1 Shoro MACKEREL, in b?rrele, half
barr?la and kits.
Also, 10 kits "Mesa" Mackerel.
Theio, like disappointed publicans, have
had their heads and tails cut off:
fi0 boxcB Scaled Herring*,
1 box largo Cod Fish.
Aug 15 GEO. S? MM GUS.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.
Tho State, er. rclatione tho Attorney-General,
plaintiir, vs. tho Greenville amt Columbia
Railroad Company, defendant.
Jamoa G. Gibbes, Jamea lt. Pringle and
others, plaintiff*, vs. tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company and others,
fTIHE undersigned having, by order of his
JL Honor Samuel W. Melton. Circuit Judge
of tho Fifth Circuit, dated Juno 18, 1872,
been appointed Reforeo on tho above stated
caaos, to ascertain and report, among other
things, tho amount ot indebtedness of tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company,
with authority by advertisement to require
all creditors to eatablieh their respective de?
mands before him:
Notice ia hereby given to all and singular
thc crcditora of tho said Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Company, whether holdii.g
honda of tho firet mortgage, bonde or certif??
calos of indebtedness guaranteed by tho
State, bonds or certificates of indebtedness
of the second mortgage, non-mortgago bonds,
or claims of any other character, to present
and establish their respective claima before
tho undersigned, aa Referee, at bia office in
Columbia, South Carolina, on or before the I
iirst day of October next, at which timo hia
report on euch claims will be made up and
submitted to tho Court in the said cases.
JOHN S. GREEN, Referee.
COLOMBIA, 8. C., June 19, 1872.
With a view of realiz
ing money, and also to
make room for the
opening of a
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK
In the fall, has decided
upon offering his pre?
sent stock, from this
date until the 1st oi
_AT COST FOR CASH.
A CHANCE FOR ALL !
W. D. LOVE & CO.'Sl
TN anticipation of removing in September
to our largo and commodious NEV? STORE,
in tho Wheeler Building, corner of Main and
Plain streets, wo will closo out our preaont
stock at unprecedented LO,W PRICES.
Bargains in all classes of Gooda
W. I). LOVE A CO.
W. D. I.OVB, >
lt. B. MoCitKEUY $ July 14
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LECTURE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. i2.
Thought* upon Govt ruinent. By Arthur
Help?. ?2 2.->.
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illuctrated;
full of fun. j?fc
At Home and Abroad. By JohnTT Kennedy.
Foster's Lifo ol Charlee IhcLena. 12.
Tain**'* Notes on England. $2 50.
Pro-Historic Times. By Sir John Lubboek.
Popular Lifo of Gen. R. E. Lee.
And other new publications, foi sale at
June H R. L. BRYAN'S RoohBtoro._
THE best in market, comprising all the
good qualities of FRUIT JARS, for Bale by
Juno ?>5 L?RICK * LOWRANCE.
1i\f\f\ BUSHELS CORN,
. UUU 100 barr?la FLOUR,
Which wo offor at a heavy declive, lt must be
sold. L?RICK fe LOWRANCE.
Look Out for K. K.'S!
"^?y OOO NOW in Columbia. Tobe
March 28_JOHN C. SEEGERS'.
Selling Out -Below Cost.
ABLE and TOCKET CUTLERY.
Fresh Country Butter.
LBS. dioico COUNTRY BUTTER,
for aalo by HOPE A GYLES.
6>K BASKETH CHAMPAGNE,
?SO 20,000 CIGARS.
Canned Goods, Fruits, Nuts, Cakes and a
lot of other goodH suitable for tho 4th; also,
for Partioa, Pic-Nics, Barbecues, Ac
June 25 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Selling Out Below Cost.
INE JET SET-only 50 conta-at
Everybody ia praising HKIMITSB'S MEDI
I CINES. Ilia pills aro in everybody's mouth;
I eurea liver complaint,
FOR^ CASH !
$10,000 ! $10,000!
wo mn OK
CME?I Al ITS!
AT COST AND TRANSPORTATION
To maka room
For Our Fall Stock.
KINAIRD & WILBY,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
B AKGAINS !
BULL SEASON !
FRENCH CASHMERE PANTS
Mado to order
For Twelve Bollars?
Twenty por cent, discount.
As wo mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or less.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In thc market.
CALL AND SEE
_H. & W. C. SAYAFF1ELD.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have ono of the finest
Btocka of WATCH Et5, of all best Eng
_tlish, Ssviou aud American makers. With
Diumunda and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is largo, and we are going to sell the Goode.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho beet of workmen.
_Nev IS Formerly Glaze & Radcliffe
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
T HAVE a lot of tho above WHISKI Y on
JL hand, and having made arrangf n eills to
take all Whiskey manu tait ni id bj Motz, will
constantly keep it on band. Can nn!v be had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 81 (Imo < harton*. N. O._
Initial and Monogram Fress.
E. R. STOKES
IS now prepared, with a Tres? ard app?r
tainments. to manufacture INITIAL FA'
PER and ENVELOPE? to Order, embossed
and in colore, of all tizo? at.d qna?ty.
store a full stock ot
Fancy and Staple' STA li NF.LY, BLANK
ROOKS, Fancy Art iel? s and all goods pertain?
ing to u first clase Stationery li euee.
April 20_ _
PIUS' FEET SOULED,
CHOICE GOSHEN RUTTER.
All fresh and for ?ale low fur cash bv
June 16 HOPE ft GYLF?
AND llOfvE Ft KMSIIIMi CTOREi
?Tv JC\=~. THE undersigned have re
V^Sjy ??[~-~~- ccntly opened an entire new
^T'rlfff^ST H,<)CK (l' new gooda in tho
W BSSB^ above lino. Article* of all
llL?^SDiS kinds for house keeping, .Vc.
Citizens arc invited to call and examino goods
and prices. KINGSLAND ft HEATH,
April 24 Under Columbia Hotel.?
R. KIXO.SI.AND. . J. A. HEATH.
?)K DOZ. CROTON ALE, very superior
50 doz. Mc Ewen's Ale, very superior quali?
ty. Just received and for salo by
July 9_ _JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
Moats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to hand
Primo Smoked Tongues,
Primo Smoked Beof,
"Diamond" and "Orange" brand Hams,
Elm City Breakfast Strip*,
Elm City Sugar cured Pickled Rounds,
With full supply of standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices, ftc, at low prices.
June 28_GEO. SYMMEB8.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglioan
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stopping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Mnloeh. 60c,
Jan 14 DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.