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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
Rules on Poker?By Gen. Skunk.
1. Don't buy half as many cbips at
tu? start as the other players. The
expectation is that you will win,
and if you lose it is bettor to bor?
row or "owe" up.
2. Never ante up until some ono
tells you to, and then say that you
have and stick to it, which will
generally persuade some one else
to "come in" twice. This rule,
though an excellent one, must be
followed with discretion. If prac?
ticed too often it is liablo to pro?
duce unpleaBent feelings.
3. Toward the end of the evening
it is always better to owe up your
anto "for a minute" than to put up,
as the winner of the pot frequently
forgets to charge up the debts, and
none of the other players will re?
mind him, as they may wish to do
the same thing.
4. "When the oredit system begins
to creep in, as it generally does
about the middle of the game, you
should always owe up if possible,
and bet chiefly against those who
always put up. This is one of tho
most important rules. To win in
cash and lose on credit is the great ]
seoret of successful poker playing.
6. In dealing, always observe the
bottom card, which you can easily
do before the out. Then, by notic?
ing how thick a cut is made, you
oan tell whether that cord goes out.
This may help you in the draw.
G. Keep a sharp eye on the dis?
Cards. They may be of sorvice if ]
your draw is not satisfactory.
7. When you are "in luck," watch
your opportunity from time to time I
to put some of your checks in your
pocket without being seen. This
will enable you to "owe" up if luck
turns, and will prevent your being J
8. "When any one wants to buy
more cheeks and you have plenty,
get him to buy of you, if possible,
in preference to the bank. It Ena?
bles you to conceal tho amount of
your winnings, and, besides, the
bank may not bo able to pay up.
9. When you are "chipping out"!
for drinks, &c, put a cigar in your
pocket evory once in a while. You
are sure tob e so much ahead of the
game, and they come in very handy,
even when ybu don't smoke.
10. Never permit anything to
make you forget for a moment that
the whole object of your game is to
save your own money and secure
somebody else's, and let everything!
you do, however trilling, tend to
this desirable end.
.11. When tho game is over, if
you are winner, deny it entirely, or
fix. the figure as low as possible; if
you are loser, declare that you
nave lost twice an much as you
really have. This rule is never de?
parted from. The money lost at a
game of poker always foots up four
times as much as tho money won.
12. When it is inconvenient to
i avoid paying your poker debts
entirely, use discrimination in the
matter. Debts to persons whom
you are not likely to meet very
often you can avoid. Many play?
ers feel a delicacy about asking for
a poker debt?these are safe ones
Long Chase After a Defaulter
At a late hour on Monday night
Detective Spittle, of tho London
police, arrested W. H. Neoves in
Now York, on a charge of having
embezzled about $4,000 from his
employers, Higgins, Egan & Co.,
of. London. Spittle says that rhe
has followed Neeves over a great
portion ,of the 'world, having tra?
veled in all about 8,000 miles. The
\ prisoner was placed on board the
nteamor Wisconsin/ whioh sailed
for Liverpool .on Tuesday. <
What changes a few'years' bring
about?don't they? * Yesterday the
citizens of Arbor Hill were aware
of a: wpmah rmadly tearing along,
potato^mashor ' in haftd, 1 g^vittg
chase^ ifcdli^ hTi^bAnd, who was fly?
ing from her presence liko a (deer.
Eight yeara ngo tho same female
took a medal at an Eastern, semi?
nary for a; graduating essay on
"Repose of character."
A Montana editor bemoans the
calamities of 1874, in tho following
teaching strain: f "First, that
Beeohor ibusinesa; then the grass?
hoppers,thon tho democeatio vic?
tories, and* fiayr on ;increased ?tax
on whiskeys Whit Ts t?i. poor
coutftry c'dmingftot *' :
"Let our Just Censu
IciTY 1> it U <i STO?E,
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
(.Assisted by K. i\. Wlltberger, Graduate
in Pharmacy and Chemistry,)
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Opposite J'hcenix Office.
BUSINESS, will be conducted upon the
CASH basis. Medicines will be solTl
at LOW prices. PRESCRIPTIONS put
up in best inannor, at lowest cost. The
Prescription Department will be under
the supervision of competent and skillful
persons. Tho community have the as?
surance that knowledge is the best pro?
tection against error.
The offices of Dr. A. S. 1IYDRICK,
City Physician, and Dr. HEBER D.
HEINITSH, will bo for the present, at
this store, where nil orders and calls for
professional services will bo attended to j
at all hours.
Tho Wholesale Department will be
conducted by tho Proprietor. A full lino
of choice Drugs and Medicines on hand,
to which special attention is called.
E. H. HEINITSH,
April If Proprietor City Drug Store.
A FEW F ACTS
That We Wish tho People to Know:
1THAT we have an entire NEW
o STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
2THAT wo have on entire new stock
? of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MAT?
TINGS, RUGS and WINDOW SHADES.
THAT we hnvo an entire new stock
o of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
SHOES; decidedly the largest variety
and the best work ever shown in this
ALL the above we are prepared to
SELL CHEAPER and give rou
BETTER GOODS than any other h'ous?
in the trade.
JONES, DAVIS & BOUXNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
NEW! PRETTY! AND CHEAP!
BROCADE, Japanese aud Lisle Poplins,
White and Colored Piques, Plain
and Figured Muslins, Suitings, Percales,
elegant Sash Ribbons, and now goods of
every description, now being opened at
C. F. JACKSON'S,
Leader of Low Prices,
April 4 _ 12M Main street.
Solomon's groceries rate Al.
[AJMBI.A, B. C, WEDNESD.
Proposals for Stationery. |
Office of CoMrTitoj.r,Er.-Gi:nf.i;.vi..
CoLruniA, S. C, March 29, 187"?.
IN accordance with un Act ol* tlx; Gen
ral Assembly, entitled "An Act to
make appropriations to meet the ordi?
nary expenses of the State Government
for the fiscal year commencing November
1, 1874," approved March 29, 1S7"?. the
undersigned invites all parties interested
to submit PROPOSALS for furnishing
this office with tho "HOOKS AND
PLANKS for the County Auditors and
Treasurers, and other papers necessary
to tho collection of taxes for the fiscal
Tho following arc among the items re?
I 45 Auditors' Duplicates, 28x18 inches,
of 250 pages each.
45 Treasurers'Duplicates, 20x18 inches,
of 125 pages each.
45 Treasurers' 20?,; Duplicates. 21x18
inches, of 100 pages each.
200 Tax Receipt Books, 1,000 receipts
in each. i
200,000 Tax Returns.
1,000 copies Abstracts of Duplicates.
1,000 copies Abstracts of Realty.
1,000 copies Abstracts of Personaltv.
1,000 copies Abstracts of 20?;,' Penalty.
1,000 copies Sottlempnt Sheets.
1,000 copies Deductions and Abate?
1,000 copies NuUn Bona Taxes.
1,000 copies Abatement Poll Tax.
Claims for Abatements, Redemption
Forfeited Lands, Circulars, Ac.
Samples of tho Books, Blanks and
Forms required can be seen on applica?
tion at this office.
Parlies who desire to submit proposals
are requested to forward the same by
mail, on or boforo the. 15th proximo, en?
dorsed "Proposals for Stationery." .Any
contract awarded will be paid by warrant
on the Slate Treasurer, on account of the
collections for 1874. The Stationery will
be required to be delivered at this office,
on or tiefore tho 1st of June next.
THOS. C. DUNN,
Comptroller-General Slate- of S. O.
Mar :10 _ 17_
New Spring loillrnery.
AgMCT^ MRS. M. O CONNER has just
f*JjSajH?penr-d, at the store formerly
a_*^jfijfloccupied by F- 1>. Orchard &
?j> San Co., a fine and well selected
stock of MILLTNERY AND
FANCY GOODS, to which she would in?
vite the attention of the lodies of Colum?
bia and vicinity. l*rices moderate.
April 2 _' lmj
Hardy Solomon keeps choice articles.
The symptoms of Liver Complaint are
uneasiness and pain in the side. Some?
times the pain is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The. stomach
is affected with loss of appetite, and sick?
ness, bowels in general costive, anil
sometimes alternating with lax. The
head is troubled with pain, and dull,
heavy sensation, considerable hiss of
memory, accompanied with painful sen?
sation of having left undone something
which ought to have been done. Often
complaining of weakness, debility and
low spirits. Sometimes many of the
| above symptoms attend the disease, and
at other times, very few of them; but the
Liver is generally the organ most in
SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR!
For :ill DIhcukcs of the Liver, Stomacli und Spleen !
IT is evidently a Family Medicine, and hy^hcilig kept ready fur im?
mediate resort, will save many an hour Of suffering, and many a
dollar in time and doctors' bills.
After forty years' trial, it is still receiving tin1 most umpudirled testi?
monials of its virtues from persons of the highest character und re?
sponsibility. Eminent physicians commend it as the most
for CossTiivviioN, HEAnAcwr., Pain in the Shoulders. Dizziness. Sour
Stomach, bud ta-te in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, Despondency, Gloom mid
forebodings of evil; all of which are the offspring of a diseased Liver.
If you feel Dull, Drowsy, Debilitated, have frequent headache,
Mouth tastes badly, poor Appetite and Tongue Coated, you are suffer?
ing from Torpid Liver, <>r "Biliousness," and nothing will cure you so
speedily and permanently.
The Liver, the largest organ in the body, is generally the seat of the
disease, and if not Regulated in time. <;re.>t suffering, wretchedness
and DEATH will ensue. *
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates and ehnnges of water and
food may be faced without fear. As a remedy in MALARIOUS
FEVERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS. RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, the Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medicine in the
"I have never seen or tried such a simple, efficacious, satisfactory
and pleasant remedy in my life." - II. Hainkii, St. Louis. Mo.
')I occasionally use, when my condition requires it, Dr. Simmons'
Liver Regulator, with good effect."?Hon. Alex. H. Stkvknk.
"Your -Begulntor has been in use in my family for some time, and 1
am persuaded it is a valuable addition to the' medical science. '---Gov.
J. Gu.i, SnouTiut. Alabama!
"I have used tho Regulator in my family for the past seventeen
i tears. ? I can'safely recommend it to the world as the best medicine 1
hate ever used for that class of diseases it purports to eure." -H. F.
Thiufex. ? ?
??Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved a good and efficacious medi?
cine."?C. A. Nuttino, President of City Bank.
??We have been ucquointetL.with Dr. Simmons' Liver Medicine for
i more than twenty years, and know it to be the. best Liver Regulator
offered to the public"? M, R. LvoM and H. L. Lrox, Druggists, Belle
fontaine, Ga. ??
?X3VCA0:O3NrS' LI Vint A.TQR
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION*, .JAUNDICE, BILIOUS AT?
TACKS, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC,' DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS,
SOUR STOMACH. HEART BURN, ic? &c.,
X* J??B4BI JSTci
Is a faultless Family Medicine,
Does not disarrange the system,
i Is sure to cure if taken regularly,
Is no drustio violent medicine,
'Does not interfere with business,
Is no intoxicating Leverave,
Contains the simplest and best remedies.
CATJTTON.?Buy no Powders or Prepared SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, unless in our engraved wrapper, with Trade Mark,
Stamp and Hignaturo unbroken. None other is genuine.
Jan 80 JwGmo J. H. SpMTfnr & CO., Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia
Attend the True Event."
AY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1875.
fcCongaree Iron Works,
< VI. CM Ii JA, ft <:.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
nnd Grist Mills,
is'and nil kinds
;,l Castings for
I Stor< ft mid Dwellings, Patent Railings
for Gardens and Cemeteries, li on Settees
I and Arljor Chairs; also, Rrass Castings of
all kinds. Hells for Churches, Schools,
Work-shops, &e. Guarantee all my work
first class and equal to any North or
South. Works nt foot of Lady street and
near South Carolina and Greenville nnd
Columbia Railroad Depots. Nov 18
City Taxes?Time Extended.
THE books of the City Treasurer aro
now open for receiving of Taxes for
j 1875. All City Taxes must ho paid be?
fore the. 15th day of April instant. There
will positively be no further extension.
RICHARD T"XES, City Treasurer.
STORED and INSURED at very lowest
lutes, nnd the top of the market gua?
ranteed for all Cotton consigned to us for
sale. Advances mau? at OSE pee cent.
I'ee month upon all Cotton Stored with
us, No charge for Drayage.
Northern Timothy and Clover at $1.25 !
and 1.50 Tj1 100?fuil weight guaranteed.
Fine Early Rose, Goodrich, Peerless,
Peaehblows and other varieties.
?Tonesport Fertilizer?as good as any
used? S-15 ton cash and 50 "53 ton time.
SOUTHERN WAREHOUSE CO.,
Feb 10 3m Opposite S. C. R. Depot.
S'? *? Administrator's Notice.
,4 LL persons having demands against
iL the estate of MARY THOMPSON,
deceased, will please present tho same,
properly attested; and all those indebted
will make prompt payment to the under?
signed. D. G. THOMPSON,
Adm'r of Mary Thompson, deceased.
Columbia, S. C April 2, 1875.
April 4 in3
a City Eesike.
Of Valuaiile Improved and Unimproved
Tooetuer with Otijer Desiraule Property, is
.1. BRICK STORE?Lot 26x180 feet, on West aide Main
street, between Blending and Taylor, valued at.$7,500 00
2. BUILDING LOT, "West side Richardson street, be?
tween Blanding and Lnurel, 2Gx208 feet. 1,850 00
3. BUILDING LOT, adjoining Lut No. 2, 2(5x208 feet... 1,850 00
4. COTTAGE HOUSE, half acre lot, containing excellent
well of water, with fine fruit garden; a delightful rosidence, on
Elmwood avenue, between Gadsden and Wjnn streets. 1,800 00
5. BUILDING LOT, on North side of Gervais street, be?
tween Assembly and Gates, (59x208 feet. 1,700 00
G. TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING, lot 74x92 feet, on
Gates street, near Pcndleton, with every convenience. 1.G00 00
7. CARRIAGE and PAIR EXTRA FINE MATCHED
HORSES, Harness, Pole and Shafts, Blankets, &c, complete.. 950 00
[One a promising four-year old, will trot his mile in neigh?
borhood of three minutes; both good drivers singly.]
8. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street, be?
tween Standing and Laurel. 800 00
9. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street, be?
tween Laurel and Bland ing. S00 00
10. COTTAGE HOUSE and lot, corner Gates and Divine
streets. 51x108 feet. 700 00
11. BUILDING LOT, on West side Gates street, between J
Medium and Pcndleton. 300 00
12. BUILDING LOT No. 1, half ncre, corner .if Hender?
son and Indigo streets . 200 00
13. BUILDING LOT No. 2, half acre, fronting on Indigo,
adjoiniug Lot, No. 1. -200 00
11. BUILDING LOT No. 3, half acre, corner Pickens and
Indigo. 200 00
15. BUILDING LOT No.,-1, adjoining Lot No. 3, on Pick
ens street, hah' acre.'. 200 00
1?5. BUILDING LOT No. 5, half fiere, corner Tobacco and
Henderson. 150 00
17. BUILDING LOT No. <;, half acre, on South side To?
bacco street, between I'ieb'ii.s and Henderson . 100 00
18. BUILDING LOT No. 7, quarter acre, on East side
Pickens street, between Tobacco and Indigo. 100 00
19. BUILDING LOT No. 8, quarter acre, adjoining No. 7.
BUILDING LOT No. 9, quarter acre, adjoining No. 8.
BUILDING LOT No. 10, quarter acre, adjoining No. 9
DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH.
Gentleman's Heaw GOLD CHAIN..
Pair Ladv's GOLD BRACELETS.
Lady's DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH....
2G. Lady's SINGLE CASE WATCH
27. Lady's GOLD CHAIN. 40 00
28. DOUBLE CASE STEM WINDING WATCH
29. DOUBLE CASE ENGLISH LEVER WATCH...
30. Lady's DRESSING CASE.
31. DOUBLE CASE WATCH.
Total vnlu* of property.$21,820 00
Siskets 85--Number to fee Issued 4,884?
?SyTho Holder of each Ticket will bo entitled to free admission to
tho Musical Entertainment at tho Opera House on the Evening of the
Distribution of the Awards. ?QfTitles to tho Property are perfect.
The Distribution will be under the supervision and direction of a
Committee appointed by the Ticket-Holders. The money received for
Tickets will be immediately deposited in tho Union Savings Bank, with
a list of ticket-holders, and instructions to refund in case Distribution
should not take place. It is believed that the Tickets will be disposed
of rapidly and tho Distribution made at an early date?probably by the
middle of April. The only desire of tho originators of this project is
to dispose of some surplus property, at a fair rate, and in euch manner
as to enablo any one to procure a site for a home.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Manager. Columbia, 8. 0.
^"Tickets can be obtained at Indian Girl Cigar Store, Columbia
Hotel Cigar Store, Wheeler House, California Cigar Store, 8. 'Sheridan's
\ Grocery Store and the Phcenix Office, Columbia.
AJME XI?NUMBER 13./k
SEW STYLE BATS!
Are yory bandeomo, and will be made to
order at LOW PRICES.
Mar IC R. & W. O. dWAFFIELD.
Prepare Your Own
by usrso the
Granular Effervescent Salts..
EOCKBRIDGE ALUM, TT CHY, CRAB
ORCHAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED
| BICHSHALL. The Salts represent in n
condensed and agreeable form the me?
dicinal constituents of these various
Mineral Waters, and from their conve?
nience and comparative cheapness, are.
I coming rapidly into ubc
One or two largo tea-spoon-fuls added
to a small tumbler of water, instantly
reproduces a draught of the natura 1
j Water, accompanied by a sparkling
effervescence. For sale at
L. T. STLLIMAN & CO.'S
April fi_;_Drrtg Store.
New Books, at Bryan's Bookstore *
WOhKINQ to Win, a story tor girl*,.
MislroHo of .the Mause, by Dr. Holland; .
author of Ai thur Uouuvcart ie, $1 50
A History uf Germany, lrom the Earliest
Times, by Charlt-m Lewi?, $2 50.
Manual of Mythology, Creek, Bon an,
Korne, Hindon. Kgyptiau and Ola Ofvmun
Prairie and Forent, the Game of North.
America, with adveutureu in their purfuit-;
by Oillmoro. (1 50.
Health and Education, by Kingelej, $1.75.
Qogaith'-t complete woika, in three vo?
lumes. The Wild North Laud, by Major
Butler, with plates, $2 50 Histt r> of Club?
I and Club LiTe, London. Book vt Wonder?
ful Characlern, with portraits, "ihe Slanr
Dictionary, hiatorical and anecdotal.
Homes and Hauuttt of the Brit nh Poetu,
London, and other new hooks. Nov 1
Grand Central Java Coffee.
\X7E are agents for the GRAND OES
VY 1 UAL JAVA COFFEE COMPANY.
Their ciffi o is sola in pouud pankage*; it
thirty cents per pouud. and each case of
sixty pounds contains a superior eight day
clock, which becomes the property ol the
lucky pnrebs? erwtao buyi< the pack ape con?
taining the tiekol wbidh etiful? >> the owner
thereof in the clock, 'lbe coffee is In!,
value itielt for the price charged.-and tin
oleck in Riven as a prize to induce pur.
ehaecr? to Irv the couhc.
Jnn22 * ? JOHN AQNEW .V SON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE, Room No. 5, Sinthern Insur?
ance Conip&nv Buildiug, Columbia .
8._CL__ _ March 11 lue?
AX.X. NEW . SEEBf
A COMPLETE STOCK.
ALL NEW, direct frc-ni tho Reed Farm..
I of IOWA. FLOWER and V HCl ET ABl B -
wholesale and retail.
L?RICK & LOW RAN OE.
March 10 Columbia. K C
WM. H. LYLE8.
Attorney and Counoeior at La w.
ROOM No. G, Second Finer, New Liu
Insurance build'OK. corner Riohaid
I rion and Washington Street*, Columbia,
j 8.0. Marl0fl6?r
New iSugfir-Oured H?mo,
1 r\f \ I,EW YORK sugar-cured HAMS,
jLvIU choice-quality, just received and
foraalnbv JOHN AGNEW A BON.
Maokeidit Mackerel 1!
WE havo just received a full supply of
choice MACKEREL, con?lsting of
New Mess Nos. V, 2 and 8, in barrels, half*
barrolo and kito, which tod ari offering at
greatly reduced prices, at wholesale ana re?
tail. ' JOHN AGSBW tt SON.
PER80NS having city taxes or licenses
t-> nsv. can onvo monoy by purchas?
ing CITY COUPONS and ClTYStBIP of
D. GAMBRILJ., Broker,
March 8 ? ' 107 Main sirest.
P~~BtRMIUI? CBB?Tlti? WftVtM Plot r
$10 oaob; $38 a pair. Chester County
MAMMOTH COUN ?od imported BEL?
GIAN O.VTB. * ponaaa by mail. ?; peokt
$2; 4 buahol, S8> baohol,85. Circulars and
Bample Packages of B>fds ftHTM twot
Stamps. Address ; 1 K P/TOYEB,
Feb 23 tu8 Parkcaburg,ChesterCo;,Pav...