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ileum* in this and adjoining States. Dr. Knott
states that this treatment should not he employed by any one but a skillful physician, as to such this communication is addressed. Persons reading it are requested to show it to their family physicians. TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. The following treatment which has been em- j ployed by me since the winter of 1862?'63, 1 with uniform success in all cases where the ! treatment has been instituted within twenty- i four hours after the development of the prominent symptoms: In the first place discard all ideas of this disease being an inflammatory atfectiou of the brain and vpinal chord, saturate a flannel (folded several times) with spir- j its of turpentine. Apply this along the whole ! eonrse of the sDine, pass over this, after the ordinary mode of irouing, a common sad or j smoothing iron well heated. Continue this for ten or fifteen minutes until you have well j stimulated the spine. In the meantime give quinine in heroic doses, to be repeated every j two or three hours until all symptoms are overcome. Follow each dose of quinine with a heroic dose of bromide of potassium combined in solution with an ordinary dose of solid extract Hyoscyamus. The object of the bromide is to control reflex action, aud the doses should be regulated according to the head aud spinal symptoms, as this is depen- j dent on eiectro-mouic chauges in the periphe-1 ry of the nerves; from this action or the mo dns operandi of the quinine and bromide will i be readjly understood by the intelligent phy-1 sicians; under no circumstances use a fly > blister or opiates in the outset of this disease ; j avoid all cold applications to head aud spine, j When constipation exists, which is general-1 ly the case, use large doses of calomel every three hours until the bowels act freely. Physicians can rely on this treatment when instituted in time. J.J. KNOTT, M. D. Origin of the Credit Mobilicr. Mr. Smith, a member of the Pennsvlvania Constitutional Convention, in a recent speech, gave the following account of this famous corporation: The charter which has produced so much excitement within a short time has this origin: . i. .. , L_j -rv iUi.CT r>*mntnn. I A aisunguisneu L'eiuucrtit ui una vu..i.uui, wealth, a gentleman who had been the clerk of both houses of the Legislature, met Duff Green on one occasion, and that gentleman was, as usual, full of speculative theories. The project he had then on hand happened to be the creation in this country of an organization similar to the Credit Mobilier that existed in France. The gentleman to whom I allude took the matter up, framed a Bill and had it passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature before the Pacific Rail Road was barely conceived of. A company was organized in this city, and each of the directors then elected was voted thirty shares of paid-up stock (they being "on the ground floor") at one thousand dollars a share. Subsequently, at another meeting, the name of the corporation was changed to the Pennsylvania Fiscal Agency, but nothing was ever done by the organization. The charter, the stock book and the papers were stolen and bodily carried off to New York, where the Credit Mobilier Company was organized, with the character which it has since assumed, the name adopted here being changed and the original title assumed. After the organization in New York a question arose as to its paid-up 6tock, and a party, sent to Philadelphia for the purpose, purchased the paid-up stock of the original members. The gentleman who was the author of the Bill received for thirty shares of stock $270. Upon a calculation afterward he found that these shares, if he had held on to - them, would have been worth to him one million one hundred thousand dollars. The literal meaning of the term Credit Mobilier is movable credits; and as an offset to the investigations now before Congress of the swindles of the corporation, we are promised that as soon as this subject is exhausted the palate of the nation is is to be tickled by the revelations of the Credit Foncier, which is .. ?? anotner nume ior iuuuuu ui cuius ui oaunuw in real estate. The notorious George Francis Train was the first to introduce this latter scheme in this country from France. It is thought that a ventilation of its operations in connection with the public lands jobs, which have been lobbied through Congress during the past fifteen years, will exhibit some startling revelations. Verily, the lines have not fallen in pleasaut places in regard to Congressmen. THE SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE. Tuesday February 4. In the Senate, Mr. Cor win introduced a bill to amend section 45, chapter 25, title 6, part 2, of the General Statutes, relating to trial justices. This section prescribes, as a penalty for failure of trial justices to pay over fines collected by them, a fine, imprisonment and disqualification from office; and the amendment proposes to strike off from the t section the disqualification from office. ' Mr. Cain introduced a bill to amend section 3, chapter 3, title 2, part 3, of the General Statutes, relating to the drawing of juries. The amendment proposed is in the addition of the following words to the end of this section: "If from auy cause the Board of Jury Commissioners shall fail to prepare said lists during the month of January, it may bo done at any time thereafter: Provided, That the same is completed at least three weeks before the sitting of the Circuit Court in the county for which said jury is to be drawn, and until said list is completed juries may be drawn from the box prepared for the preceding year and shall serve at all courts held in the county for which they are drawn, until the list for that year is completed. The bill relating to the boundaries of York and Lancaster counties received its third reading and was sent to the House. A bill to punish any person who shall sell and convey any real and persoual property on which a lien of any kind may exist without giving notice of the same to the purchaser or puschashers, was taken up, amended, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading. In the House, the following bills were received from the Senate with the concurrence of the latter body: A bill to charter the Chester and Cheraw railroad compauy ; a bill to repeal section 4 of an act entitled "An act to relieve the State of South Carolina of all lia-j bility for its guarantee of the bonds of thej Blue Ridge Railroad Company, by providing j for the securing and destruction of the same," ! approved March 2, 1870, and to repeal so ; much of section 62, chapter 12, title 3, of the General Statutes as authorizes the State Au-1 ditor to give notice annually to each county j auditor the rate per centum to be levied for, various purposes; a bill relating to the boundaries of York and Lancaster counties. Mr. Cochrane introduced a bill to provide for the granting of certain charters. The bill; proposes that charters for churches, cemeteries, fire, hook and ladder and military comnamVq Free Masons. Odd FellowsandKnitrhts i' ' of Pythias lodges, charitable and religious in- j stitutions or societies, labor, agricultural, manufacturing, industrial or other like societies, &c., shall be grauted by the clerks of court upon the written application of the parties desiring the charter. If within ten days fifty persons of the county, who may be affected or interested by the granting of the charter, shall object to it, the clerk shall refuse to grant the charter if he consider the objections sufficient grounds for refusal; and, in that case, the j>ersons desiring the charter may then apply to the General Assembly for their charter. The remaining sections of the bill, which is very voluminous, prescribe the form of charter to be issued to the various classes of organizations, and require the Secretary of State to issue the necessary blanks for the charters, which shall be filled up in duplicate, one copy to be issued to the organization and the ( other to be filed in the clerk's office, and the J clerk is to receive a fee of three dollars for each charter grunted, to be paid by the corporators. A bill to make appropriation and raise supplies for the fiscal year commencing November 1, 1872, being the unfinished business of January 31, at the hour of adjournment, was resumed. Various amendments were proposed, and a long and animated discussion followed, occupying the house till after 5 p. ra., the hour of adjournment. The bill was finally read a second time and ordered to be engrossed. The bill now stands as follows: The salaries as now provided by law; the contingent fund of the Governor, 825,900; for contingent expenses of the other State officers, from $500 to $1000 ; civil contingent fund, cut down from $30,000 to $10,000; lunatic asylum, $78,000; State orphan asylum, $20,000?$5,000 of which is for new buildings, furniture, bedding, &c. ; militia, $20,000 ; quarantine expenses, $2500 ; keeper of lazaretto, $400; physician to Charleston jail, $1000 ; transportation of convicts, $300 ; Catawba Indians, $800 ; printing laws, 850,000 ; managers of elections, $12,000 ; penitentiary, $40,000; free schools $300,000 ; university, $27,850; deaf, dumb and blind, $15,000. Wednesday, February 5. In the Senate, Mr. Hayne introduced the following resolution, which was immediately considered, adopted and sent to the House, which bodv concurred iu the same: Resolved, By the Senate, the House concurring, that the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, be requested to report at as early a day as practicable, a bill or joint resolution to provide for the levy of a tax to meet expenses, for the year commencing November 1st, 1873, and ending November 1st, 1874. Mr. Clinton introduced a bill to provide for the compulsory attendance at school of children between the ages of six aud sixteen years. It provides that it shall be the duty of the parents or guardians of all children between the ages of six and sixteen years, not mentally or physically disabled, to compel said children to attend either a public or private school for at least three months in each year, provided there be a public school within two miles of the place of residence of such parents or guardians. Any one who shall fail to comply with the provisions of this act, without good cause shown to the satisfaction of the school commissioner of the county where they, or any of them reside, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall he punished by imprisonment in the county jail, not less than one month or more than six months, or by fine not less than fifty dollars, or more than one hundred dollars, or both, in the discretion of the court. It is made the duty of the school commissioners to prosecute all such delinquents. The following bilb received their third reading and passed : A bill to punish persons for obtaining money, chattels and valuable securities by false pretenses ; a bill to amend an act eutitled "An Act for the protection and preservation of useful animals ; a bill to require trial justices to give bond and to otherwise define their duties ; a bill to incorporate the Newberry and Chester Railroad Com paDy In the House, Mr. Williams introduced a bill to fix the time for holding the Circuit Courts in York county. The appropriation bill passed its third reading and was ordered to be sent to the Senate. ^ ? AAA ?/li-li f iAnn 1 woe o nnn\. uu lut jh135u?^c ciy,uuu auuuiuum nao printed for printing the public acts. Thursday, February 6. In tiie Senate, the following bills received their third reading and were ordered to be enrolled for ratification: Bill to fix the time for certain State and county officers to report; bill to prevent State and county officers from holding more than one office ; bill to provide for purchasers of lands, at sales made for nonpayment of taxes, to be put in possession of the same; bill to provide for the administration of derelict estates. A bill to amend section 1, chapter 96, of the General Statutes, relating to the homestead, was taken up for a second reading. The bill defines who is the head of the family, protects the wife and children under all circumstances, and where the family has no real estate, exempts the amount of the homestead in personal property. The Union, in relation to the bill, says: "This bill, which was introduced, we believe, by Mr. Whitteinore, has been prepared with unusual care, to avoid all constitutional objections, while it also carries out the spirit of the constitution on this subject. It has been submitted to the Attorney-General and one of the Justices of the Supreme Court, and is believed to be such as will meet the ends desired." Mr. Maxwell introduced a bill to prevent cruelty to animals, which provides that every person who shall cruelly beat or torture any horse or ox, or other animal, whether belonging to himself or not, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of not more than one year, and by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, or either or both, in the discretion of the court. Mr. Jervey introduced a bill for the relief of certain trustees, guardians and others. The correspondent of the Charleston Nexus suggests that this bill should be entitled "a bill to shelter trustees and guardians from loss incurred in stock gambling with fiduciary funds." Its provisions are about as follows: The Court of Common Pleas shall have power to forever absolve all trustees, guardians, administrators, &c., from all responsibilities in respect to the trusts incurred in consequence of having invested their fiduciary funds in any securities which, being lawful at the time of the investment, shall have become depreciated or ttnlnnlnoo or\ 5nuooforl Tlio nrnpfl53 fnr Y U1UC?I*_OOj tl 1111U cv III T V/Otvvi a >iv j/? v www ?w* relief requires the applicant to produce a complete schedule of the funds and statement of the case, and to notify all persons known by him to be interested, of the time fixed for the hearing. If upon such hearing, there shall not arise a strong presumption of fraud, the petitioner restoring all such property as the Court may direct, and appearing to be entitled to relief, the Court shall issue a decree absolving him from all responsibility in respect to such trust, and he shall be discharged therefrom accordingly. In the House, Mr. Crews introduced a bill to make drunkenness in certain public officers an indictableofTense. The bill provides that any circuit solicitor or trial justice who shall iu the public discharge of the duties of his office be drunk or intoxicated, or to atiy extent disabled by reason of the use of intoxicating liquors for the proper discharge of his duties, shall be held guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than ?100 or more than ?300, and imprisoned not less than one nor more than six months. The attorney-general is charged with the duty of prosecuting such cases unon report beinir made to him, and 4 , o upon conviction of the accused a record of the same is to be forwarded to the Governor ; he shall declare the office vacant, and in the case of a solicitor shall order a special election to fill the vacancy. Mr. Giilmore introduced a bill to require School Commissioners to have public exaniitions of the Schools once in three months. The Senate returned with concurrence the bill to incorporate the Blackstock Methodist Church. A bill to incorporate the Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, and to authorize the consolidation of said company with the Carolina Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and the King's Mountain Railroad Company, was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading. Fill day. February 7. In the Senate, the bill to punish any person for selling or transferring any property to another, on which any lien may exist, without giving notice of the same to the purchaser, was passed, and having already passed the House was ordered to he enrolled for ratification. The bill retaining the apportionment of the free school fund of the various counties in the i j various county treasuries, was laid on the i table. i The following bills were postponed : Bill to i ! regulate the fees of Probate Judges, Clerks of j Courts, Trial Justices, and other officers; to i refund Alexander Williford, of York, certain : excessive taxes; to make Clerks of the Court Trial Justices for certain purposes, j In tiie Hol'se, the following bills were read a second time, and ordered to be en- j : grossed for a third reading : A bill to incor-! porate the town of Blackstocks; a bill to 1 ) amend an act renewing and amending the | charter of the town of Anderson. [The ; amendment provides for cumulative voting 1 in the election of the town council! ; a bill to i : incorporate the Yorkville Manufacturing i Company. | The enacting clause was stricken out of a j ! bill to increase the salaries of the justices of I the Supreme Court and circuit judges. Mr. Ratchford obtained leave of absence \ for three days. Saturday, February 8. i In the Senate, Mr. White introduced aj bill to provide for the appointment of guar- i j dians for children of persons killed on account ! t of their political opinions. I Mr. Swails introduced a bill to abrogate ] and sink all that portion of the debt of the I State incurred in aid of the late rebellion I against the United States, which provides for j disposing of the same and clearing it from the j records of the State, in accordance with the i provisions of the constitution. A bill to aid and encourage manufactures and internal improvements, was taken up and occupied the attention of the Senate a long time, the debate being generally participated in. On the passage of the bill to a second reading, there were only four votes against nineteen for the bill. The clause exempting new railroad enterprises from taxation was stricken out. In the House, Mr. Meetze, from the Committee on Judiciary, reported back a bill to amend section 3, chapter 3, title 2, part 3rd, General Statutes, being a bill relating to the drawing of juries. The committee proposed a substitute, which was laid over for a second reading. The substitute is entitled, "A bill to amend the jury law of the State," which provides that every officer who shall rej fuse, or who willfully neglects to perform the j duties required by the General Statutes in re| lation to juries, at the times therein prescribI ed, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, I and on conviction shall be ounished by fine not le3s than $500, nor more than $1000, or by imprisonment, or both, at the discretion of the court. Section 2 provides that so much of the General Statutes as relates to the time of drawing juries, shall be deemed dictatory and mandatory. Mr. Meetze introduced a resolution that all committees report all the bills in their possession by Monday the 10th instant. Adopted. A coucurrent, resolution by Mr. Keith, was adopted and ordered to be sent to the Senate, that the General Assembly adjourn February 15th. In the Senate, the resolution was laid on the table. A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to secure advances for agricultural purposes," passed February 20, 1866, was taken up, and the enacting clause stricken out. A bill to make the office of county treasurer elective was taken up, and after long debate was passed and ordered to be engrossed by a vote of 54 to 24. The resolution ordering the bills on the calendar to be proceeded with in their order was suspended, and a bill to make an appropriation to pay claims arising under the proclamation of the Governor of this State, dated July 28, 1871, was taken up. The House adjourned without action. Jfmaittial auir Commercial. YORKVILLE, February 12.?Cotton?Market steadvand firm at prices ranging from 14 to 18.35. NEW YORK, February 11.?3.30 p. in.?Cotton quiet. Low middling, 1*92; Ordinary, 17$. Futures easy. Sales 15,800 bales as follows: February, 20 3-16; March, 20 5-16 ; April, 20s; May, 20 1-15, June,212. LIVERPOOL, February 11.?Cotton dull. Sales 800 bales. Middling uplands 9jid. CHARLOTTE, February 10.?Cotton.?The market closed rather dull and heavy on Saturday. Sales were made at 104 for middling, 18J for low middling, 17 j for good ordinary, and 16 for ordinary. Flour?$4.25 to ?4.50 per sack, according to quality. Corn?65 to 70 cents from wagons. Financial. NEW YORK, February ll.-Gold 14. Special polices. Religious Notice. There will be preaching at Union Baptist Church on the third Sunday in this month at 11 o'clock, A. M. Also, at the Baptist Church in Yorkville, the samo day, at 7 o'clock, P. M. W. A. GAINES. February 13 7 It HYMENEAL. Married?On the6th instant, by Rev. J. Lowrie Wilson, Mr. WM. McDANIEL and Miss E. L. COONROI), all of-this county. OBITUARY. Dikd?In this county, on the 3d instant, MARY E., daughter of A. W. and M. II. McCLAIN, aged one year nine months and fourteen days. At Rock Hill, in this county,on the 7th instant, Mr. WILLIAM KERR, in the 80th year ot his ago. At his residence in York county, nearPinckney Ferry, on the 10th instant, Dr. WILLIAM P. THOMSON, in the 74th year of his age. pfr- Unionville Times copy. CAUTION. LEFT mo, without mv permission, my son ALEXANDER, aged about 16 years. All persons are warnod against employing him, as the law will be enforced against whoever may do so. MINGO GARVIN. February 13 7 It* APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, Administrator of the estates of REBECCA HKTHERINGTON and J. G. HETHERrNGTON, deceased, will make a final settlement of the said estates, with the Judge of Probate of York county, on the 15th day of March, next, when he will apply for a final discharge from liability as Administrator of the said estates. JOHN B. STOKES, Administrator. February 13 7 ot* D. F. Fleming. Sain'l A. Nelson. Jas. M. Wilson. : o: IX F. FLEMING & CO., I 7 wholesale dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS, vn 9 HAW V STRF ET (Corner of Church,) charleston, so. ca. NO pains have been spared in endeavoring to render our large assortment of Goods attract- | ! ivo and desirable; and nothing has been left un- ; done, that long experience and assiduity could j suggest, to deserve a share of your patronage. Having perfected arrangements by which we j receive our Goods direct from the manufacturers, , ensure our customers tho great advantage of pur- j j clausing them at the very lowest rates and of the ! most desirable sizes. In prices and quality we believe they will com- | pare lavorably with any other stock in the city or . elsewhere. We shall bo pleased to oiler theso j j Goods for your inspection, at any time you may j ' favor us with a will. ! All orders will have our careful and prompt at . tcntion. Yours, respectfully, D. F. FLEMING A CO. ; February 13 7 tit ! male school, LIMEHTONK SPRINGS, H. C. J. A. COKRY, PRINCIPAL. #T1IE Exercises commence on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 1873. Board, in advance; Tuition, at the > close of the Annual Session. Board: (including fuel, lights and washing) per month, $10 00 Tuition: English Branches, Mathematics and Book-Keepingpcr half session of tlvo i months, 20 00 Tho abovo together with the Classics, German and French, 30 00 WITTKOWSKK & RINTELS' CARD FOR 1873. SPRING, 1873. TO MERCHANTS. THE great aim of our HOUSE, since its establishment, has been to make Charlotte A WHOLESALE MART, and ours THE-HOUSE, and to conduct our business so as to outgrow the alleged and even accepted opinion of some that there is a kind of obloquy attached to them for buying in Charlotte ; and having, by the vervgreat increaseof our business (sinco we removed to our now and elgant Store,) been convinced that we have partially succedcd in our cherished plan, we have concluded to endeavor to still further eradicate the erroneous idea, bv presenting, this coming season, to the Trade a still LARGER AND BETTER ASSORTED STOCK than even WE ever offered before, so that a country Merchant will be able to find in our House, not only what he needs, but a very large Stock to select from; thereby being enabled to operate with a much smaller capital than ho tam by buying in different houses North, where he must necessarily buy more goods than he actually needs IN ORDER TO HAVE AN ASSORTMENT. In view of the foregoing, Mr. RINTELS left 011 the 27th January, (much earlier than usual,) for Northern Markots and Manufacturing places, whore he will remain two months in making our purchases, buying everything from first hands 011 the same terms as any Jobbing House in Balti more, Philadelphia, or Aew *orK; anci uie assortment when thus completed will loot up in amount to upward of TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. The expenses attached to carrying on a business here being much less than it would lie in Northern Cities, and having a lower rate of freight than smaller shippers here, wo are in a position to successfully COMPETE WITH ANY JOBBING HOUSE in the United States, and to the inspection of which we invite the Trade. We are pleased to state to those unacquainted with our House, that we keop complote lines of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, and even Millinery. Our Retail Department is complete, with the latest Novelties, and in bulk second to none in the City. Our Millinery Department will bccarriod on as usual. Very Respectfully, WITTKOWSKY & RINTELS. February 13 7 4t W. H. & J. P. HERNDON. OCR FAMILY SUPPLIES. HAMS, Herrings, Bacon, Coffee, Shoulders. Sugar, Extra Flour, Molasses, Meal, Oysters. Tomatoes, Pickles, Catsup, Mustard, PepperSauee, Peaches, Fish, all kinds, Lard, Essenco Lemon, Salt, Essence Coffee, Raisins, Soap, all kinds, Currants, Apple Vinegar, Rice, White Wine Vinegar, Citron, Dessicatcd Cocoanut, Nutmegs, Worcester Sauce, Maccaroni, Taraftine Candles, Cheese, Adamantine Candles, Jellies, Sardines, Cloves, Ginger, Spice. All cheap for cash, at the Grocery Store of W. H. A J. P. HERNDON. OUR CRACKERS. WE have a largo and varied assortment of Soda, Lemon, Egg, Butter, Snaps, Nix-Nax, Gungers, and many others. All can bought low for the cash, at W. II. A J. P. IIERNDON'S. TOBACCO. SOME fine brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, at tho Grocery Store of >v. n. ix, j. r. TEA OUR TEAS are verv fine, and cheap, too. W. 'H. & J. P. IIERNDON. axes. AG. LEE'S best Axes, from 31 to !} pounds. , We sell them. W. H. & J. P. IIERNDON. CARROLL, CLARK & CO~ get your money back. IF you want to get your money back, buy your Groceries from CARROLL, CLARK <fe CO. PEARTL^GRIST^ CRACKED IIomiHy and Pearl Grist, at the cheap Cash Grocery of CARROLL, CLARK it CO. molasses. NEW crop New Orleans Molasses at 81.00 per gallon, at CARROLL, CLARK it CO S. hams. iTift POUNDS Baltimore Hams just received OUU at CARROLL, CLARk it CO'S. iron. 1 FULL assortment of Iron, cheap for cash, at A CARROLL, CLARK <fc CO'S. hollowware. SPIDERS and Lids, Ovens and Covers, round Pots and Skillets, at CARROLL, CLARK & CO'S. dippers. TIN and Britannia Dippers for sale, at CARROLL, CLARK <t CO'S. leather! SOLE and Upper Leather cheap, for cash, at CARROLL, CLARK it CO'S. COTTON CAKUS. WHITTEMORE'S No. 10 Cotton Cards for sale, at CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S. _____ TRACE, Breast, Stav and Tongue Chains, cheap for cash, at CAR&OLL. CLARK A CO'S. _____ _ PAINTED and Varnished Tubs for sale, at CARROLL, CLARK <fc CO'S. BUCKETS. VARNISHED Buckets, white pine Pails, brassbound Buckets, cheap for cash, at CARROLL, CLARK A CO'S. January 30 A tf CARPENTER'S TOOLS. JACK, Joint, Smoothing and Match Planes, at CARROLL, CLARK A CO S. ~U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE." COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 3D DIST., S. C., \ Columbia, January 18th, 1873. J NOTICE is hereby given to all parties interested, that the following described property has been seized for violation of Internal Rovenue laws of the United States, and that bonds for costs of an action in the United States Court for forfeiture must be filed in this office within twentyone (21) days from date hereof, or the property will be sold, undor provisions of the Act of July 13th, 18G0, Section 03, as amended bv Act of June 6th, 1872: One Dun Mare, One Ray Mare, One Wagon and Harness, One Barrel, Twenty-five Gallons of Whiskey. A lot of Tobacco. C. L. ANDERSON, Collector 3d District, S. C. January 30 5 3t YORKVILLlf MARBLE YARD, THANKFUL for theliberal patronage bestowed upon me in the past, I take this method of informing the citizens of York and adjoining counties, that I now have on hand a fine stock of FOREIGN AND AMKliK'AiN MARBLE, and am prepared to llll all orders with which I may be favored. I ain constantl}' receiving new Designs FOR MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES, which I will take pleasure in showing to those desiring work, thereby bettor enabling them to mako selections. All orders promptly filled IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNER, and at prices as low as any in the United States. F. IIAPPERFIELD. January 2 1 ly " YORKVILLEFEMALE COLLEGE, YOKKVILLE, S. C. THE first Session of the Collegiate .v01ir open with a full corps of accomplished teachers, on FEBRUARY 3d, and close June 21st. The Second Session will open JUNE 20th and close November 13th, 1873. tkums koittiifi ykari Payable one-half on entering; one-fourth July 1st, and the rcmainderon October 1st. Boarding, including Fuel and Lights, $150 00 Tuition in Collegiate Course, 50 (H) Tuition in Preparatory Department 50 00 Tuition in Juvenile Department, 20 00 Instrumental Music, 50 00 Use of Piano, 0 00 French and German, each, 20 00 Latin and Greek, each, lfl 00 RKV. JAMES DOUGLAS, ) Prim.:n.lls Dr. W. S. DUDLEY, ] 1 rincipals. January 2 1 tf WHO CAN RESIST? COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange, at market price, for HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES. Call at the Encrmkkr Otllce and see W. L. GRIST, Agent. ! AUCTION SALES. I 1 ? | SHERIFF'S SALES. BY virtue of writs offieri facias, to me directed, ' will be sold between the legal hours of j | Sheriff 'a sale, OX THE FIRST MONDAY IN j MARCH NEXT, | at York Court House, the following property, I to wit: One tract of land, situated on the Chester road, about twelve miles from Yorkville, containing two hundred acres, more or less, bounded by landsof Alfred Moore, Mrs. Harriet llrntton and others, levied on as the property of M. A. Moore, at the suit of Alfred Moore, Executor, and others. The above tract of land to bore-sold at the risk of the former purchaser. ($5.25 One tract of land, situatedabout three miles and one-half from Yorkville, on tho King's Mountain road, bounded by lands of Toseph Noel, Jas. Rrian and others, levied on as the property of John C. Jackson, at the suits ol'MeDnlfCohon, and the Lobrandt and McDowell Stove Company. ($4.50 One tract of land, situated in York county, on , the waters of Turkey Crock, bounded by lands of ' Reuben McConnell, Win. Jones, and others, i levied on as the property of Elias M. Kirk put! rick, at the suit of Walter 1$. Metts.Coinmissioiij er in Equity of York District, and others. ($4.50 .R-tT- Terms invariably cash?purchasers to pay j for papers and stamps. Purchasers who do not . ll'illi thi, tni-lim ?;l1o nill?t CXHOrt tllO j property bid off by them to bo'advertised for re! sale at their risk for the ensuing sales-dav. II. If. GLENN, S. Y.C. February G 13 4t T. M. DOBSON & CO. REDUCTION IN PRICES. THE undersigned have, this day, marked down their entiro stock of Winter Goods, with few exceptions, so as to sell out, clean up and give room for our stock of Spring Goods. Ready-Made Clothing, Dress Goods, Blankets, Balmorals, Cassimeres, certain linos of Gent's Hats, certain lines of Shoes and Boots. Call soon if yon expect to get any of these good bargains? they are selling very fast. T. M. DOBSON A CO. CASH. WE propose to sell Goods lower for Cash than any one can sell on credit. Remember, cash buyers get Goods cheaper than credit buj'ors. So where neighbors compare notes, remember one paid cash?the other went on tick. We will sell Goods lower for cash than any one can afford to sell on credit. Let every one pay cash and then there is no disputing" of accounts and no dunning required. This is our version of tilings. T. M. DOBSON & CO. HALLOO! HALLOO ! Squire, where can I get the best bargains? Why, at DOBSON'S. I buy all my Goons there, and everybody knows I am a close buyer, and if I did not think ho sold Goods very close and would deal fairly with everybody, I would not buy there. So, if you will take niy word for it, DOBSON'S is the place. THE GREENBACKS. EM EMBER, if you expect to get good bari MmGnnlrn ttah mil at Hn lilfA him. lirwo uipuijiiuvi j vi? ? / ? ?w .?? | bring the spoils along. DOBSON is quite needy. ~ PISTOLS. A FEW left, which we offer very low for cash. Also, Ball and Metalic Cartridges, at T. M. DOBSON A CO'S. ________ OUR Grocery is always supplied with the best the market will afford at prices to suit the times. T. M. DOBSON A CO. POCKET KNIVES. A NICE stock of Pocket Knives on band, which we are offering at reasonable prices. Call and see. T. M. DOBSON A CO. ______ ONLY three sets left, which we offer very cheap. Any one in need of Furs will save money by buying from DOBSON. * _____ (5) DOZEN A. G. Lee Axes. Also, J. E. Adger ? A Co's Axe, which we will warrant. T. M. DOBSON A CO. IIO RSE~AND MULE SHOES. WE keep the above with a good line of Horse Shoe Nails, for sale at T. M. DOBSON A CO'S. SOLE LEATHER. A LOT of Sole Leather on hand, which we offer j\_ as low as the lowest. T. M. DOBSON A CO. RAZOR STROPS. THE genuine Emerson Razor Strop, and some nice Razors, for sale at T. M. DOBSON A CO'S. MARKING GAUGES. DOUBLE and Single Marking Gauges for sale at our live Store. T. M. DOBSON A CO. DINNER BELLS. DTNNER and Tea Bells for sale at DOBSON'S Store. REAL LACE. ~~ ANY one in want of Real Laeo can be supplied at DOBSON'S Dry Goods Emporium. "silver thimblesT" YOU can find Silver Thimbles at DOBSON'S Store. JET JEWELRy# YOU can find Jet Jewelry at the cash Store of T. M. DOBSON CO. canister powder. WE keep the Sportman's Powder in Canisters, at DOBSON'S. balmoral s. A FEW left, which we are offering low, at DOBSON'S. trowels. TROWELS are selling verv slowly at DOBSON'S Store. crumb brushes. CRUMB BRUSHES are selling very low, at T. M. DOBSON A CO'S. M STRAUSS & SON, UNDER RAWLINSON'S HOTEL. A COSTLY WHISTLE?CREDIT. M STRAUSS & SON established the Strictly , Cash System, and find that the people of York appreciate their motive, and calculate the benefit which they derive in buying Goods cheap. WHO PAYS FOR THE WHISTLE ? The cash buyer, generally, pays for those who don't pay. M. STRAUSS &S6N sell only for Cash, and, therefore, can sell cheap, as they have no lame ducks nor dead heads to carry, nor make others pay for tune spent in keeping" books, collecting, or money lost. SOUND SLEEP IMPORTANT TO HEALTH. The cash buyer sleeps sound, no trouble ahead. The credit buyer, if he intends to pay, is troubled in day time and restless at night. GREAT SAVING OF MONEY. The cash buyer buys what he needs ; the credit buyer what he wants. The first gets richer, the latter poorer. FELLOW-CITIZENS AND FRIENDS, Without distinction, go to M. STRAUSS A SON, who sell only for cash, and you will find a good assortment AT PRICES REDUCED. They are selling cheaper than anywlierecl.se. They sell to the poor as low as to the rich. They sell to the ignorant as low as to the expert. They sell to a stranger as low as to an acquaintance. Kvprv one irets FULL VALUE IN EVERY ARTICLE, and they don't help along lame ducks, or carry I dead heads ; nor do you pay for the whistle. M. STRAUSS <fc SON. | SELLING OFFWR WINTER STOCK. | M STRAUSS it SON, under Rawlinson's i , hotel, will offer, from this date, their entire I Stock at greatly reduced prices, comprising a very ; large assortment of Bleached Shirting, Brown Shirting, Prints, Flannels, Shawls, Blankets, Jeans, Cussi meres, Tweeds, Silks, DeLaines, Black Alpacas, Fancy Goods, and Notions. January 30 5 tf NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTER8. ALL persons who expect to use PACIFIC ' GUANO on next crop, had better apply early . and get it away. PRICES: i Cash on deliver}', per ton, including freight, $57.00 ! I Payable 1st November, 1873, " " (37.00. When the Guano is purchased on time, the j freight must, invariably, he paid in advance. W. II. McCORKLE. ; December n 49 tf i OUR PARTNERSHiFwITH "OLD SOL" j TILL continues, and we are prepared, hotter i than ever, to execute PHOTOGRAPHIC PIC- j TURES of every style, at our gallery in the "Ad-1 i ickes' Building." A lot of nice ALBUMS always on hand. Also I Stereoscopes and Views. J. R. SCHORR A SON. j January 'J 1 If i THE ENQUIRER FOR 18^1 j ON the first of January, the ENQUIRER en- ! tered upon the nineteenth year of its publica- ! I tion, and was never more prosperous at any pe- : | riod of its existence. AN ELEGANT CHROMO Is presented to every subscriber for 1873, whose subscription is received on or before the first Monday in March, who pays $3.00 in advance for ayear's subscription. The Chromo, entitled "The , Unwelcome Visitor"?is executed in tho finest style of chromatic printing; the printed surface is 131 by 171 inches, and the picture sells in the art stores for $3.00. It is ?final in every respect to anv of the chromo premiums offered by other publications. 1 REDUCED FACSIMILE OF CHROMO. ' ' .J Tho subscription price of tho ENQUIRER is ; ?3.00 per annum, with Chromo Premium,or without Premium, two copies one year ?5.00; oneeopy j six months, ?1.50; ono copy three months, ?l.oo. , The Chromo will be promptly mailed tosubscri bers on receipt of subscription. Specimen copies of tho paper sent on application. Address all let- 1 tcrs to L. M. GRIST, Proprietor, Yorkville, S. C. January 23 4 tf J. H. ADAMS. ! NEW STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS < AT THE OLD ESTABLISHED HODSE. WE are now opening a full and complete assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS, to which we respectfully invite the at- J tention of the public. Our Goods were selected with CARE AND TASTE, and embrace everything in the DRESS LINE which is new and attractive, consisting of ( SATEENS, of all shades; EMPRESS CLOTHS J and ALPACAS, black and colored; solid and j striped POPLINS; REPS, TAMISE CLOTH, , i BOMBAZINE, MERINOS, VELVETEENS, PLUSH, Ac.; a full line of WHITE GOODS; j TRIMMINGS, in endless variety ; GLOVES, J i HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac. i ] Gentlemen's DRESS GOODS of all kinds and prices, READY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. An inspection of our Stock and prices is respectfully solicited. We guaranteo every article in accordance with the price and quality, and recommend nothing unless fully tested by judgment and experience. JOHN H. ADAMS. ADICKES & BLACK ADICKES Would announce to Cornerof A their friends and cus- Congress and BLACK, tomers that their va- Liberty Sts. rious Departments are ; ADICKES fully supplied with all Cornerof A the "best and most de- Congressand BLACK, sirable Goods found in Liberty Sts. theNew York market, ADICKES domestic and foreign, Cornerof A comprising the new- Congressand BLACK, est styles of Ladies' Liberty Sts. Dress*Goods, to wit: ADICKES Silks, Velvets, Black Cornerof A and Colored Alpacas, Congressand BLACK, from 25 to $1.75 per Liberty Sts. yard; corded Alpacas, ADICKES all colors; Satines, all Cornerof A woolDeLainc,French Congressand BLACK. Merino, Irish Poplin, Liberty Sts. Empress Cloth, Opera ADICKES Flannels and various Cornerof A other articles, too uu Congressand 1 BLACK, merous to mention. Liberty Sts. ^^ ? -1- T>I uur siuck. ui xiiciuADIOKES kets,Sheetings, Shirt- Cornorof A ings, Linens, Towel- Congress and BLACK, ings, Table Damasks, Liberty Sts. Flannels, Cloths, CasADICKES simeres, Jeans, Ker- Cornerof A seys, Tickings and Congress and BLACK. Homespuns, are com- Liberty Sts. . plete, and are offered ; ADICKES at very low prices. Cornerof ! A We nave, also, a full Congress and BLACK, assortment of Hosie- Liberty Sts. , ry, Collars and Cuffs, ADICKES Handkerchiefs, Um- Cornerof A brellas, Gloves, and Congress and BLACK. Laces in endless va- Liberty Sts. riety. ADICKES Wehavo alargeand Cornerof A well assorted stock of Congress and BLACK. Gent's Ready-Made Liberty Sts. Clothing?Suits rangADICKES ing from $5 to $40. Cornerof A White and Colored Congress and BLACK. Shirts, Collars, Cra- Liberty Sts. vats, and a full line of ADICKES Hats, Caps and Furs. Cornerof A We have a complete Congressand BLACK, stock of Boots and Ciberty Sts. Shoes, at prices which ADICKES defy competition. Cornerof it We keep a complete Congressand BLACK, stock of Books and Liberty Sts. Stationery, at publishers prices. December 5 40 tf JOHN C. KUYKENDAL SEEDS ! SEEDS !! I have just received from D. LANDRETH A SON a very large supply of fresh GARDEN SEEDS, of all kinds, and of the choicest varieties. Also, EARLY ROSE, GOODRICH AND PEERLESS POTATOES. TIMOTHY, RED CLOVER, ORCHARD GRASS, SWEET VERNAL GRASS, i AND LUCERN SEEDS. 1 YELLOW STRASBURG AND SILVER SKIN ONION SETS. SEED CORN, of approved varieties. I am prepared to furnish Country Dealers with ' SEEDS, and can offer them, I think, sufficient in- ' ducements to obtain their orders. i < Call at the York Drug Store. < JOHN C. KUYKENDAL. THE NEW ~~ j BOOT AND SHOE STORE < OF S. B. jVTeacliam. & Co., j KEEPS a full and splendid stock of BOOTS, ' i SHOES, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, LEATHER and SHOE-FINDINGS, ] WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, and will sell cheaper than the same Goods can be had elsewhere. We are determined to make j Chester a SHOE MARKET. Give us a call in SMITH A MELTON'S Hotel ' ! Building, Chester, S. C. January 2 1 3m ! < J. S. R. THOMSON, |! SOLICITOR IN BANKRUPTCY,!' YORKVILLE, ?. C. . Special attention given to the tiling of Petitions; 1 , June 20 25 tf i ' THE yORKVILLE BRANCH OP THE CITIZE5S ^VISK BAIK8[Sfl. CAEDLIIA. Banking Office Opposite the Store of J. H. Adams. Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received. interest allowed at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum on Certificates of Deposit, and 0 per cent, compounded every six months on accounts. PRINCIPAL OFFICE - - COLUMBIA, S. C. WM. MARTIN..: President. JOHN B. PALMER, Vice-President. A.. G. BRENIZER, Cashier. T. II. SAWYER. Ass't Cashier in general charge. rOIIN C. B. SMITH, Local Assistant Cashier. Directors.?Wade Hampton, William Martin, \. C. Haskell, F. W. McMaster, E. H. Heinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thos. E. Gregg, Columbia. J. Eli Gregg, Marion. G. T. Scott, W. G. Mayes, Neicberry. B. H. Rntledge, D. Ravenel, Jr., Uenrv Buist, C/uirle-ston. Gen. Samuel McGowm, Abbeville. BRANCHES IN SOUTH CAROLINA : Location. Local A sift Cashiers. Charleston, D. RAVENEL, Jr. Jranokhuro, J. H. FOWLES. Sumter J. W. DARGAN. nwadni? nnrtpr.n >partanbuilo, u&uiwo w? tuu>'. Dewberry, T. S. DUNCAN. Laurens Dr. JOHN W. SIMPSON. Greenville, J. J. BLACKWOOD. Abbeville, Hon. D. L. WARDLAW. Camden, W. D. McDOWELL. Cnionville, E. R. WALLACE Yorkvjlle W. B. METTS. FINANCE COMMITTEE AT YORKVILLE. B. T. WHEELER, J. H. ADAMS, L. M. GRI8T. SIGHT DRAFTS drawn on all the Branches Vf the Bank in this State, and also on all the prominent places in the United States and Europe. Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Silver bought and sold. Mutilated Currency purchased at a small discount. W. B. METTS, Assistant Cashier at Yorkville. January 30 5 ly CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK OF COLUMBIA, S. C. CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN $800,000. # BOARD OF DIRECTORS. L D. Childs, Pres., John T. Darby, I. W. Parker, Vice-Pres., R. M. Wallace, ?. D. Melton, Solicitor, John S. Wylie, R. O'Nkale, Jr., E. Hopb. ?W. B. GULICK, Cashier. C. J. IREDELL, Assistant Cashier. IN addition to the ordinary and usual business of Banking, the Carolina National Bank of Columbia, S. C., issues INTEREST-BEARING CERTIFICATES for any amount, payable on denand, and bearing seven per cent interest from late, interest collectable every six months, if the certificate has not been previously presented. DEPOSITS IN GOLD received on same terms, ind interest paid in kind. Depositors have all the idvantages of A SAVINGS BANK, ind the safety of their Deposits is guaranteed by i paid-up capital pf THREE HUHDREDTHOLf SAND DOLLARS. Persons Having lunos wnicn they wish to fnvcst temporarily, will find this a safe means of investment, returnable upon demand, and always readv for use should a more profitable investment offer. Remittances may be made by Express, and Certificates will be returned by mail without delay. Columbia, S. C., November 14, 1872. November 21 47 3m FERTILIZERS. STONO FERTILIZERS. STONO SOLUBLE GUANO (thoroughly ammoniated)Cash per ton, $48.00, or $53.00 payable 1st November, 1873. STONO ACID PHOSPHATE, for composting, Cash, per ton, $28.00, or $31.00 payable 1st November, 1873. ETIWAN FERTILIZERS. ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE, the highest grade of Phosphoric Acid, the best and cheapest materials for composting. Cash, per ton, $35.00, or $40.00 payable 1st November, 1873. ETIWAN GUANO, a first-class Fertilizer. Cash, per ton, $55.00, or $60.00 payable 1st November. 1873. ETIWAN CROP FOOD, specially adapted to cotton. Cash, per ton, $40.00, or $45.00 payable 1st November, 1873. NAVASSA FERTILIZERS. SOLUBLE NAVASSA GUANO, so successfully used in this county. Cash, per ton, $55.00, or $65.00 payable 1st November, J873. NAVAS&A DISSOLVED BONE, for composting with cotton seed. Cash, per ton, $30.00, or $40.00payable 1st November, 1873. We are now prepared to fill orders for the above POPULAR FERTILIZERS, at the prices mentioned, freight, ?tc., additional, toi>e paid in Cash. As an inducement to planters to make their orders early, we propose to those who may desire to buy at Cash rates, to allow them until the 1st of April to make payment. Call at the' Bank and get circulars apd Almanacs containing full instructions. JEFFERYS & METTS, Agents. .Toniinrv 0 2 tf THE NORTH CAROLINA FOUNDRY MACHINE AND AGRICULTURAL WORKS MANUFACTURE Saw Mills, Horse Powers, Hay Presses, Spoke and Handle Lathes; all kinds of Plows, Sub-Soils, Harrows, Cultivators, Straw Cutters, <?c; Mill, Mine and Bridge Castings, COOK AND HEATING STOYES, And Castings of every description. SERGEANT & McCAULEV, Proprietors, Greknsbobo, N. C. ?1o: COOKING STOVES. We wish to call special attention to our COOKING STOVES, of which there are several hundred in use, and giving entire satisfaction. Wo are the first MANUFACTURERS OF STOVES in North Carolina, and as we sell them for less than they can be delivered from the North, we claim the patronage of those in need. You can save the freight from the northern cities to this place, which is no small item, by buying of us, and at the same time get a STOVE THAT IS MORE DURABLE, as the plates are much heavier than those of northern make. The following are our prices, delivered at depot in this place: No. 8, with 10 pieces ware and 8 feet pipe, $30 00 44 y 44 44 44 44 44 44 11 ' 26 00 Address, SERGEANT & McCAULEY, Greensboro, N. C. January 30 5 ly CHARLOTTE, COL. AND AUGUSTA R. R. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,) Columbia, S. C., September 22, 1872. j ON and after this date, the following Schedule will be run over this road: ooixo SOUTH. Train No. 1. Train No. 2. Leave Charlotte, 7.15 A. M. 8.20 P. M. Leave Columbia 2.29 P. M. 3.30 A. M. Arrive at Augusta .7.42 Jr. m. o.zu a. ju. going north. Leave Augusta. 6.35 A. M. 5.50 P. M. Leave Columbia 11.53 A. M. 11.05 P. M. Arrive at Charlotte.... 6.15 P. M. 6.00 A. M. Standard time ten minutes slower than Wash-, ington ; six minutes ahead of Columbia, No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sundays excepted. Both trains make close connection to ill points North, South and West. Through tickets sold and baggage checked to all principal points. JAMES ANDERSON, General Sup't. E. B. Dorsky, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent. January 30 5 tf boot and shoe making. THE undersigned respectfully announces to his friends and the public in general, that he ia prepared with A FINE STOCK OF MATERIAL, in his line, suitable to the wants of every custom3r, who may give him a call. They may not only jbtain an article of good quality AT A REASONABLE PRICE, jut are also certain to secure what is equally as iesirable, a good fit and fashionable style. Those ire advantages which should not be overlooked. Special attention is called to the celebrated cloth :op Congress Gaiter and the Congress Shoe FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR Also, on hand, a good stock of light and heavy [JROGANS and OXFORD TIES, which are warranted to give entire satisfaction for the price paid. $3T- Special and prompt attention is given to repairing. F. CHRISTMAN, Agent. March 28 13 tf _____ FORMERLY of Chester county, but more recently of Augusta, Georgia, has established Jimself in Charlotte, N. C., where he is giving personal attention to buying and selling Flour, Jorn, Oats and other Produce. Parties in need of such article# will do well to ronfor with him before making their purchases jlsewhere. Office, Corner Trade and College streets, up-stairs, over Wilson Jc Black's Drug Store, Charlotte, N. C. January 30 5 tf ~ Agricultural liens, CONVEYANCES of Real Estate and Mortgages i fur sale at the ENQUIRER OFFICE.