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roDJ.lBHM? DAILY AJTDYBI-WXMI.Tr"'
. KTfiBI WED.NgaDAT MORNING.
tSY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AND PnOPBIETOB.
Iffloe on Main Street, above Taylor.
?9~Book and Job Printing of overy doeorip
>ion promptly and faitbfuUy attended to.
ADV Ell TI 8 EM KN TH
[naorted in the Daily at 76 centa per square
for tho firat and 50 conta ouch subsequent in?
sertion. Long advertisements by tho week,
month or year, at reasonable ratea.
Daily, six months, ?4 UO; Tri-Weekly, 2 50;
rVookly, 1 60.
The Farmer FeedelU All.
My lord rides through the palaco gate,
My lady sweeps along in atato,
The aage thinks long on many a thing,
And tba maiden musee on marrying;
Tho sailor piona tho foaming sea.
Tho hunter kills tho good red deer,
And tho soldier wara without a tear;
But to fall to each whato'er befall,
The farmer ho must toed them all.
Smith bammereth cherry rod tho sword,
Priest? prcachcth pore tho holy word,
Dame Alico workcth braiding well,
Clerk bicbard talea of lovo can tell,
The tap wifo Bolls her foaming boer,
Dan Fisher fla h et h in tho mero
And oourteaiea rufllue strut and shino,
While pages bring tho Oaacnm wiuo,
Man builds his eastlea far and high.
Where'er river runneth by,
Qroat cities rise in overy land,
Croat churches show tho builder s liana.
Groat arches, mountains and towers,
Fair palaces and pleasing bowers;
Groat work ia dono, bo it hero or there,
And well mon worketh everywhere,
But work or roBt, whato'er befall,
Tho farmer ho must f .ed thom all.
A New Orleans judge, riding iu tho
oars, recently, from a single glimpse of
the countenance of a Indy by his side,
imagined he knew her, and ventured a
remark that the day was pleasaut, she
only saying "yes." "Why do yon wear
a veil?" inquired the dispenser nf justice.
"Lest I attract attention." "It is the
proviuco of tho gentlemen to admire,"
replied the gallant man nf law. "Not
when they uro married." "But I am
not." "Indeed 1" "Oh, no! I'm a
bachelor." The lady quietly removed
her veil, disclosing to tho astonished
magistrate tho fuce of his mother-in-law.
A few days ago, a farmer near South
Hampton, Connecticut, sold a horse for
$250, and, on going home, put the
money in its place-a dilapidated drawer
in an old burean. His pince for mutches
was the same drawer. A few days after?
ward, after using; tho whetstone, he
threw it into ile place-tho aforesaid
drawer. A few minutes later, ho saw
smoke coming from tho drawer. On u
hasty examination, ho fouud that the
whetstone, as ho threw it down, had
ignited the matches, and the matches
had set fire to tho greenbacks, and tho
greenbacks had burned to ashes.
TUB G It IC AT KEUTIL1ZRK.
ICAN furnish LI.ME at Depot at Walhalla,
8. C., for tl 50 per barro!. Address,
KEV. B. HOLDER, Walhalla, S C.
Notice to Liquor Dealers.
NOTICE ia hereby given that all persons
desiring to renew LIQUOlt LICENSES,
(expiring Mardi 3lHt,) niust do wo on or be?
fore MAKGH 31, 1871.
WILLIAM J. ETTER,
March 22_City Clerk andi roatnner.
Good Health-Long Life.
THERE is adiflerenee between good blood j
aud bad blued-a diiTcrcuc.o of Life and
Death. Bad blood ia full of humors, pro?
ducing corrupt Wores, Ulcers, Boils, Car?
buncles, Spots, Blotches. Theso are indica?
tions (d' a diseased condition of the system,
and unless removed, will prey upon tin- body
and make it a diseased and loath* some thing
of flesh. Without pure blood no lief h is free
from disease. The t'aie and fr drunken Forma,
Yellow Faces, Weak Stomachs, Diseased
Livers, Crippled Rheumatics, Nervous Hypo?
chondriacs, DjanepticVictims ot Headache so
common in thi.i country, is owing entirely to
tho humors of th? blood.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the
only euro medicino. 20,000 bottles bold at
homo bespeaks for it a popularity unexampled
in the history of medicine. For purify lng tin
Blood and in* igorating tho Liver, no better or
cheaper medicine lias ever boen discovered.
HeimtshV Queen's Delight ia a Purifier of thc
Blood and an Invigoralor of tho Liver, two
things essontial in preserving Health and
in curing Disease. It invigorates tho Liver
and cures all disorders of the Stomach and
Bowel?, purities tho Blood and repairs the
waste ot the Body, imparts Strength and
gives Vigor to diseased and enfeebled a> steins.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S I ELlGHT.
Tho people approve, and physicians sand ion
its uso, becauso it po-scseos merit, and if
what it seems to be-a hov nt hold bles fing to
HEAOACIIBR.-Sick Headache, Nervous Head?
ache, bilious Headache, Neuralgia, Catarrh,
Dizziness, hu-h of Blood to the Head, Full?
ness, Opnression of the Head, Ac.
CATAUUU.-This unpleasant disease, in all
BOBETitaoATS, Ac - Kore Throats, Hoarse
nasa, boss of Voice, Weak Voice.
DYSPEPSIA -This disease always cured in
all caaes, in persons ot all agira lind occupa?
LIVEU COMPLAINTS. JAUNDICE, Ar.
Chronic Diarrhoea and all ( bionic Dysente?
ry, Colics, obstinate COi-liveucsB.
PILES.-Pilca. Blind. Bleeding or Ulcerated
Painful, Itching, Burning, no matti r how long
Kidney Disease, Diabolos, 0ravel, Inconti?
nence. Stoppage, Their peculiar disease?
FACE AFFKCTIONR.-Brown Spots. Moth
Blotches, Pimples, Black specks, heil Patches,
Burning, Itching, Hut-li of dlood to thu l ace,
Cloasnia, Bad Complexion.
AbsceBto-s. Scrofula, when on the Scalp;
Throat, internal or external; on Hie Tongue.
Back, I hubs, or anywhere; Soto and Swelled
Legs, all perfi elly curable.
SKIN DIHKABEB -Salt Rheum, Tetter, Acne,
Shingles,Scaly Eruptions, Watety Discharges,
Itching Buming, chronic Erysipelas.
TUE EYES -Inflamed and Itching, Scrofula,
kc, on thc. Ryes and Eye-lids.
Gomm. SWELLED ? EOE -AU cases cured.
Rheumatism, Chronic, Acule, Neuralgia,
Lamei ei s, Swelled Joints, inability to walk,
painful or passive, cured bv the use nf
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
The afflicted, nervous and debilitated, whose
sufferings have been protracted (rom hidden
cannes, and whoso cases require prompt treat
neut, will lind alwavs a sure remedy in
QUEEN'S DEI.IO HT.
Ask for HEINITSH'H QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Take none other. He is thc inventor and sole
Sroprtetor. Sold wholesale and retail al bis
rug and Chemical Store, Columbia, S. C.
l?cente and Tax Qrdirmnoe City of Co
THE following abstract is published for ge?
SECTION 3. There shall be paid quarterly a
tax ot one por cent, apon all eales at auction
of all goods and oh alt el?, and one-half p?r
cent, on all eales at auction of all real estate
and stocks of every description: Provided,
That no tax shall be levied on 'any Balee at
auction made by order o? court, or under pro
cius or law.
SEC 4. There shall bo paid quarterly by all
ne rel ants and other peraons, a taxof ono per
oent. on all goods, waree and merchandise
?old by thom ou consignment; two per oent
on tho premiums of every and each insurance
company located in the city of Columbia, or
which have agencies therein; and tho refusal
or neglect to mako regular quartorly returns
and pay the tax thereon to HIM City Clerk and
Treasurer, eball eubject the defaulting parties
to a Ano of two dollars fur each and every
SEC 3. Thor o shall bo paid on vehicles tho
following tax, viz: Upon each four-wheel plea?
sure carriago or barouobo, drawn by two or
more horses, $20; upon carriage, buggy, ba?
rouche, gig or sulky, (nut used for biro,)
diawnbyoiio horse or mulo, $10: Provided,
That tho value of pleaauro carriages and
other vehicles specifically taxed, bo not re?
quired to be returned for taxation as personal
property; upon each vehicle uaed for the
breaking or exhibiting of horses or muli s, $25;
upon each exprcaa wagon, drawn by one horse,
$5): upon each expresa wag?n, drawn by two
or moro horses, $18: Provided. That nothing
herein contained shall be construed lo extend
to wagona, carts or other vehicles going to or
from market, and owned by uon-reaidi nts of
aaid city, or of wagons exclusively used for
agricultural purpoaca. Each livery atablo
keeper, or agent, for tho salo of horses or
mules, shall make quarterly returna on outh
of ealea made by him, on consigned stock, as
well aa ot the salea made by thc ownera of
stuck themselves at bia stables.
SEC 8. Each and every express company
trauaacting business within tho limita of said
eily, shall make quarterly returna of their
gross receipts, ano pay ono percent, on tho
amount of auch returna at the end of each
quarior. Each and every telegraph company
alia.ll, in liku manner, make quarterly rut ur ni?
el their groa? receipts, on which returna ebal!
bo paid a tax of one per cent.
SEO 7 For a license to carry on any trade,
husmeas or profession, hereinafter mentioned,
the sums lu nd oaf ter mentioned shall bu paid
to thu City Clerk:
Astrologer* and clairvoyants, $100; apothe?
caries, retail. 25; architects or survoyoiH. 25;
auctioneers, 75, a gents real estate and culb c
tiotl brokera, 25; anent* uuwspapCIH, periodi?
cals or advertising;, 10; agenta, selling by sam?
ple at retail, per year, 100; agents, belling by
sample at retail, per day. 5.
banka and bankers, $150; billiard, bagatelle
or other gaming tables, for tho first table.
50; for every additional table in tho same
establishment, 25; bowling alicia or pistol
guilt rica, for each alley or gallery, 50; build
i rs and master un chained, 25; butchers, for
each stall hired, 10; blackamillia' bhopa, 10:
brokers, commercial, cotton or produce. 25:
brokera, money and dealers in exchange, lt 0;
brokers, pawn, 100; brokera, cattle, and dea1
era in horses and mules, who koep no sales
stables, (provided thia shall not refer tu tra?
ders bringing neat cattle direct lr ni the
country,) 50; liai bera, for each chair, 5; book?
binders, 10; boot and shoe-making establish
on nts, where hired labor ia employed, lt);
bakeries, broad, pie or cake, 25; bill postera,
5; boat ding houacs, capable of accommo?
dai ing eight to twenty-five p? rBima, 25
Coal yards, $25; confectionery or fruit deal?
ers 25; contractors, other than buhdirs, 10;
cotton factors. 25; cotton prca?, 15; colton
Kin ni an ul act m y, lt); cottou gina ginning foi
toll or pay, 50; chiropodists, 10; carriage re?
pository, whero carriages or buggiea not of
domestic manufacture aro sold, 50.
Dogs, upon each and every dog, to bo paid
by tho person ?ir persona on whoao premises
tho dog ia kept. $2; and the polico of tho city
of Columiiia aro hereby authoiized und re?
quired to seize and coi lino every dog found
running at largo, and not having on the city
badge or collar lor the current > ear; and fur
every don so taken up by ibo polico, $2 addi?
tional shall bo paid for tho ia lease of the
same; dealers, retail, in goods, waree, mer?
chandise, excluding distilled spirits, whoso
annual aules do liol exceed $5 000. 10; dealers,
retail, in gooda, wares and merchandise, ex?
cluding distilled spirits, whoso annual sal. s
exceed $5,( 00, but do not i xceod $10 0U0, 20;
dealvrs. retail, iu goods, wares and merchan?
dise, excluding distilled spirits, whose annual
sales exceed $10,000, and do not exceed $20,000,
40; dealers, retuil, in goods, waree and mer?
chandise, excluding distilled spirita, whose
annual salea exceed $20 000, mid do not exceed
?I10 000, 50; dealeia, retail, in gooda, wares
and tu erek an dise, excluding distilled suints,
whose imitai sales exceed $30 000, ai d do not
exceed $50 000, 75; and? vcr % additional $1,000,
per $1 000, 50; dentists, 40
Express companies, $150; exhibitions, cir?
cuses, per div, ni); exhibitions, theatrical,
minstrel, or exhibitions ol anv kind, for gain,
from 20 to 100
Fon o di ii s, $10.
Oas companies, $100; gas fitters and plumb?
Hotels, capable of accommodating 100 per-'
aoiis, $50; b?tela, capable of accommodating
.'eas than 100 and more than 50 persons, 85;
hotels, captblo of ac. nmmodaliiig over 25 and
tess than 50 persons, SO.
Ic? bonais, whore imported ico is sold. $50;
insurance companii s or agencies, tho same
for each ami every agency, $25
Job priming offices, where moro than three
hands aro employed, $51 ; job printing offices,
where less than three hands are employed,
25; junk shops, application to bo made to City
Council for license, h'0.
Liquor, for a license to rel ail spirituous
liquors in quantities lesa than a quart, per
annum, pity aide quarterly in advauce, $'?00;
for a license to sell spirituous liquors in
quantities of a quart or more, per annum,
payable quart ci iv in advance, 100; for a
license to sell lager beer, ale. porter, or other
milt liquors, in quantities li ss than ono
quart, per annum, in advance, 50; provided
tout a liquor license shall liol be construed to
include malt, liquors sold in original packages
as prepared hy the manutucinrt-r; nolicciisi
for (he salo ot spirituous or malt liquor s shall
be grand d lor a less pei iud than one year, the
receiver of each licens> caul to pay the Cit)
Clerk the sum of $2; and. provided, furlh< r,
that the granting or withholding ot licenses,
in each particular caso, will be at tho discre?
tion of tho City Council; lumber jarda, 25,
la wv i rs, 20.
Marble yards, 110; millinery or dross-mak
ing establish menta, 10: m a i n ia ct uri I s and
hot th rs ot soda water, 50; machine shops 10
merchants, con mission, 50; mills, giist, 25,
mills, ] (ailing, 25; ir ills tau mg, 25
I'hot oKi ii nh. ambrotype or daguerreotype
galtet ira, $25; paint* rs and paper hangers,
in aa tera, 25; pendiera, local, p< r month, 5.
p'-ddh rs, ium rani per no nth, 50; peddlers,
iiiin lani, per day. 5; physicians, 20.
lics.taiir.tiit or eating saloon, first class, $50;
second class, 25.
Segara, every person engaged in selling
seg?is al retail. $10; regara, every person cn
gum d in selling seg?is al wi olesale. ft"; sod-,
water, wb? r" sold from fount, from 10 to 25;
stables, liven and sale, 75; stace or oniiuhu
Telegraph companies, $100; tailors, mir?
ella nt 20
Wood tb ah r*, $10; wai ( houses, storage.50;
wagons, draya, carts ami backe, run tor hire,
one Illirie, 8; wagons, drays, carts and hacks,
inn for hire, two horse, 25; wagons, dravs,
carts and hacks, run for hire, four horse, :i">;
wagon, dirty or earl, private, atoro or busi?
ness, for hauling, Ac, to City Clerk, for
badge, CO couta.
WILLIAM J. ETTElt,
March 29 City Clerk and Treasurer.
Early Cabbage Plants.
THE largo demand fur PLANTS has ex?
hauatod the*-atroph* of Schwoinfurt. I
now offer for sale Early Wyman, a fino market
variety, hoads etnly, largo aleo, bringa tho
Early Joraoy Wakefield, from trno seed.
This variety always commands a premium
anti ia a favorito with gardeners.
Garter's Superfino Early Dwarf Cabbage.
Thoao planta are perfection. Vigor?os growth;
being transplanted, aro hardy and roadyfor
thpsarden. For salo at HEINiTSITS
Maroh 10 t Drug Store.
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify tho blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure ?Sili
or/x (///tl other Jtvrcrs, fever </i/d
si ff tte, Chilis, yjiarrhoca, '/^yse//
tcry% 'Jiysj/eps/'i/, Sea -Sickn ess,
Co/ie, Cholera, Choler// J) To rb as,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will fine!
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
^"Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
office of *
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
04 & CG Water Street. N. Y.
CLAC1US & WiTTL. Charleston. Cen. ral
A ?",oju. f. -r ?..? n'n *-n*,'J'? rotina. FebbtHJly
The Great Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
|4? Hundreds of Thousands
Z"Z Bear testimony to their Wonilor- ??3
? o ful Curativo Effects. g ?. f?
|s?WHAT ARE THEY?|=i
^ ? 3
C11 THEY ARE NOT A VILE <g 2 I
"FANCY DRINK.sf ?
Malic of Poor IC ti HT, YVIiiNlicy. I*roi?r
Spirits omi Refuse Liquors dorl.-.red,spiced
natl sweetened to please ihn taste, railed V Toa.
ii-.,"" Appetizer.-.," " Itcstorers," s.e.. t'.iat lead
ilia lippier on io (inuiUeiuuxHanil rubi,tintare
a irae Medicine,made from thc Native Hoots and
Herbs of California, Tree fruin nil Alcoholic
Slim ti I rt ni H. They are thc (?IC KAT ll LOO?
i'nt i ri v.ii mid LI F ii <;ivi\<; 1*111 N
CI I'Lli a perfect Renovator and Ihvlsorator of
I tie System, rarrylng <y,r ul I poisonous matter anti
restoring tho blood to a healthy condition; >*<?
person can take these Hitters according to direc?
tion and romain long unwell.
|r?r I ii lin in ino t ory und Chronic lt lt en?
lim! Ism unit (?mil, Dyapoiiaiii or Iiidi>
gestion. Hilton*, Itcinttlent nntl liner?
initient Peyera, Diseases of tim Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, ii uti nimbler, Ih'.-sc Hit?
ters havu boen liiofl KllceeHsial. Such Dis
caKff* are caused by Vlltliletl Hltiod, Wli eh
In generally produced by derangement ? f iii-'
Diuestivo O rna ns.
I) VS I* KI'S 1 A Oil 1 NDMJKSTIOX.
Headache. Pain bi tlc: Shoulden, Couglis, Ti;'ht"
HIMS of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructation* of
Hie Stomach. Had taste bi ibo Mouth Bilious At
tac'.:-:, Pulpitatlnii of thu Heart, Inllaiii:r.nllo:i ol'
the buns*, l'a?ii hi the regions of Hie K blueys,mid
a hundred oilier painful symptom.-., ur J thc oil'
T'i y liivigorni ? the Stomach arni Klltnnlaie '!.>.
torpid !:\ er and ls?? ts, whi< '.i rt i. li ria n of n\
cpa'.I.d efflVncy l i cit-nMs 14 li.? bl.I . !" all
Impurities ?i ;.l Imparting new lifo and vigor lo
t'.ie who'd sj -lem.
V'ii?l SKIN II I SI" A ST'S, rr'U?ion?i.Tel ter,
Sal! i:iieuin, Rintelns. f>>t . P'mples. I'uuiil?a.
Ilo'.la, Carliii'.K Ial!Ins-Wo; in?, ScabMIcad, i'-or .
Ky. V, Kryslp Ins.Heh, Sen: :'-, Discolorations i
Hi.! . Humors asl D;*.a> of tao SUia, ?>!
whatever itaine or i.alic , ur: literally die.' rv
aril carried tili, of til . a ! : :M'mri t.m i.
til- of liies-! n.tuis. l ie linllle i.i llltll
r::- s v. ii! nen ince Hie. most Incredulous of llielr
CHII'.tI\ e i Heels.
<?:c;s.. f? Vitiated Rlood when >vvr yen end
lt* iaip.iril.i bursting titi. tl^rli Ibo Sula la Pim
ides, Kruptioii.; ir Sores; cleanse il winn yon
Oui ?I oh.Mmeted and idi];;e!sli la Hie veins;
timmie il when it ls foul, and your feellnga will
tell yon witt!.!. Keep t'le lilootl pure and tho
healtii of Hie system will f..M.oe.
'IMS, TA I*KBilli "liier WORMS, liirfcingln
.. ,.?.- ;. stein of c > many thousands, are effect nally
destroyed i r -iiioveil. For full directions, read
carefully He ircular nr.iuri.l raciibotlle.
.'. WALK Ki!, !'ri)| rb tor. R. H. MCDONALD
c> . Ii/u^i?tsts and ii n. Agents, San Francisco,
Cal , . ut nj mid til Commerce Street. New Vor!;.
feOl.I' itv A I.I, imiJCiliiSTS AND DEALERS.
Dai'liUly G El G EH .V M(V>jtEOQIt. Agents.
Oj TOCKS, HOADS mill COUI'ONS bought
O and ?obi by D. CAM UKI LL, Bi otter.
Nov 23 (imo
tO" r Largest and moet complete] Sa
49~ I Manufactory ol Doora, Sashea, "6?
.3- j Blinda, Mouldings, Arc, in tho "Bia
.W [Southern States. J "tn
Printed Price List defies competition.
Bond for ono. Sent freo on application.
r. r. naoniR. a. B. UUDOINS. n. o. UUDOINS.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S . C .
LIBEHALadvaiiccH made on Consignments,
Referi? ANDREW KIMONOS. Esq.. Presi?
dent 1st National Bank, Charloston, S. C.
Aug 25 Brno
Rich, Rare and Ruby.
WE have just received an extensive addi?
tion to our Block of WINKS and LI?
QUORS, which will compare favorably, in pu?
rity, with any stock in tho United States.
Wo mention: Superior Heidsiek; Verzenay
Moet & Chnndon; Veuvo Clicquot I'onsnrdin;
Cortaillod Moosscaux, and oilier br* mis of
CHAMPAGNE. J. & F. Mandi's Cognac
BRANDY- believed to ho tho only lot of tIiis
celebrated brand in Ilia city. Old Wheat .Bour?
bon WHIMiEY-18(10. Genuino Hungarian
RITTERS. Paringa. La Creina ami Concilia*
.ian CIGABS-genuino Havanas. Call and
irv them. PAYS1NGER ?V FRANKLIN,
Jan 28 Fxohance House
SU RE POP!
DEATH TO RATS,
Never failing. Boxes doubla the si/.o as
otliers. Dermot ?call*, scaled and alway a frosh.
For salo al wholesale and retail by
Vtol by ail Drog?is ts and Orneara Feb 14 Sm o
i 'm Pinnkford Avenue,
(Above C/irurd Acenue,) Phdadelphia,
CARRIAGES, NEWEST STYLES.
CILA HENCES, 1 andan*, Laudaulcte, Close
j Coach es. shitting qr. Coachoa, Cnupea,
Barouches, Pluctona, Rocka wave. Hearses,
.Vc , fuitah'e far private family and public use.
Workmanship and Knish second to noue in tho
country. Fine and vaih-d stock on band
completed and iii tho workB. Ciders receive
prompt and personal alten I ii n. All work
?i. ,i _ Msrrh 21-2mo
Ayers Oatliartic Pills,
Por all tho purposes ot" a Laxativo
Perhaps noone mcdi*
JJLJ eine issn universally
required by every
yir hotly as a cathartic,
^s^sf^Crrv^jS^. n,,r was ever any he
V^JSs?g^sL.,..->l^> t'ore so universally
\ ndopteil into use, in
l A _9Psfl every country and
IA\^(S1B<?*/ among all classes, aa
X~ *-y ^Je-r'Y'/ tbi-i u.ilil om ellieiciit
_..-'y _ purgative Ptiti The
^**>??JfmZ^~ "^?|^"-*???-:-. obvious reason ls,
.^?^l?ffi^fiat^g?^^p^ that ii i-i :i more reba
T bio und far more ef?
fectual remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them ; those who luve
not,know that Heures their neighbor* nod friend ;
and all know thal what it doe- once il doc., al?
ways- that ll never fails through anj faull m neg
gleet of its composition. Wc have thousands upon
thousands nfccrtillcatcs of their remarkable cori's
of the following complaints, hut snell eure- are
known in every neighborhood, and we need liol
publish I hem. Adapted to all ages and conditions
m all climates ; containing neither calomel mir any
deleterious drug, they may he taken willi safety
by anybody. Theirsugar-coatiiig preserves them
ever fresh,anil make- thom plea-ant to take, \\ bile
ticing purely vegetable, no hann can arise IVom
their use in any ipiniltily.
Tiley operate by their powerful inlbienee on thc
internal viscera lo purify the blood and Miniulatc
it into bea 11 he action-'remove thc obst ructions
ol"thc Stomach, bowel-, liver, and oilier organs of
the boily,restoring Rich' irregular action lu heallh,
and liv correcting, wherever they exist, such de?
rangement-> a - arc the lirst origin of disease.
Minute di reel lou-i arc given in the wrapper on
the box, b>r thc following complaints, n hicli ihcoc
Pitta rapidly cure: -
For n?.? ?.?M-paia or lii-ligrstlon, E.i.HfI<?*n
i:e<*<t. I.'anxaor and Lom of ApiMtCiCi?, they
sboiihl be t.iken moderately to stimulate thc stem*
adi, and re-tore its healthy tone ami action.
For B.lv4>r <'?*i>i#luint and its various syinp
toms, Ctiliotis a S <-.lilac I? e. .Sich na ea li?
ndie .1 iiiiuilic?* or (o rt'? S ic h nc-,-., Uil
ii>ttn ('??lie and itt ii i JIU ? IVvein, they sh add
he judiciously taken for each case, lo corred Hie
di-ea .eil action or remove thu obstruction:! which
Fdr Ulyn'iUciT or Iii ian linea, but one
mild dose is generally required.
Km- itlie.mun, if-mit, Orarrl, t'.i!
pil.ttiou of tile lloart, B*uiu in fin
...lilli', Via? h and H.OIIIM, thev should bc contin?
uously inlicit,ns required, to change the diseased
a 'Ibili nf the system. With such change those
For ?.rojm.v ami hs roil?, i ?al K-tvoIliti-i-i
they should be taken in large and frequent doses
lo produce the effect ufa drastic, purge.
Fur !-?iii?i?r,'!?..ioii a large dose should bc
l-l ken as it produces the desired effect by sym?
As a Mutier Vitt, take one or two J'ltl.i to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
Au occasional dose etuiutlnlcs Hie stomach and
bowels into healthy ticlion, restores the appetite,
ami invigorates the system. Henee it is often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often lind.-, that a
dose of these rills makes him feel decidedly bel?
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
thu digestive apparatus.
J>r. J. V. A Y Kit CO., Practical Chemists,
LOWELL. MASS.. V. S. A.
Dee '.? i i i ... .itrent.
Count ry Flour.
.->/\/ \ SACKS good COUNTRY-GROUND
?\ )\F FLOUR, for sale low.
March 1!? E HOPE.
Thc Doctor? Recommend Seegers' Eeer
IN preference to London Porter and '"milch
Ale. Why? They know it ia unadulter?
ated. March ll
49~ Dr. Bchcnck Advlir o Comanraptlvei
to KO to Florid? in Winter-Saving foi
tho last thirty-tivo years devoted roy whole
timo ami attention tu the study of lung die
eases aad consumption, I feel that 1 under?
stand fully tho course that ought to bo pur?
sued to restore a tolerably bad case of diseased
luuga to healthy soundness. Tbe that and
most important atcp is fur tho patient tc
avoid taking cold, and the befit of all place?
on this continent fur this purposo in winter,
is Florida, well down In the State, where thc
temperaturo is regular, and not subject to
?noli variations as in more Northern latitudes.
Palm ka is a point I can recommend. A good
hotel is kept there by Petermun. I.ant win?
ter I naw several poreona Ibero whoao lunge
bad been badly diaoaeed, bat who, undor tbe
heuliug in?uenco of tho climate and my medi?
cines, wore getting well.
Uno hundred miles further down tho rivet
ia a point which I would prefer to Palatka, ae
tho temperature is more even and the air dry
and bracing. Mollonvillo and EntcrpriBO arc
localed Miers. I should givo a decided pre?
ference to Mellon ville, lt is two miloB from
river or lake, aud it sccmu almost impoBsiblc
to take cold there. Tho tables in Florida
might bo better, and patients complain al
times, but that is a good sign, as it indicate!
a return of appetite, and when Ibid ia thc cast
I bey generally incresso in flesh, and then tin
lune.? mu?t beal.
Jacksonville, Hibernia, Oreon Cove, nm
many other places in various parla ol Florida
can bo safely recommended tn consumptive)
in winter. Sly reasons forsaking ao are thal
patienta aro leas liablo to take culd there thar
where there ia a less even tem pet aturo, and il
ia not ncccsenry to say that where a consump
live person exposes kimsolt to .?con?ut cobla
lie ia Certain to die aliortly. Hi rcfore. inj
advice ia, go well down into tho Statn, nit o
tlio reach of pr? vail mg Faat winda and foge
Jackaonvillo, or almost any other of tho lo
cain ?en I have named, will benefit those whe
aro troubled with a torpid liver, a diaorderet
stomach, deranged bowels, sore throat 01
cough, but for those whoso lunga aro diaoasei
a moro Southern point ia earnestly recoin
For fifteen years prior to 1800. T was profes
sionalh in New York, Boston, Baltimore anc
Philadelphia every week, where 1 saw and ex
uinmed on an average five hundred pa tu ma t
week. A practice so extensive, otubraciuf
every possible phase ol hin? disease, baa ena
bled mo to understand tho disease lui ly. ant
boneo my caution in regard to taking cold, fi
person may take vast quantities of '.Scbeiick'i
I'lllmonic Syrup, Seaweed Tonic and Man
drake Pilla." and yet die if he doea not avoit
lu Florida, nearly everybody ia nsiu?
Schcnck's Mandrake Pills, lor tbecimate ii
mure likely lu produce bilious babita thar
moro Northern latitudes. Ii ia a well estab?
lished fact that natives nf Florida rarely dit
ol consumption, (.specially those of the South
ern part. Ou tho oilier hand, in New Fug
laud, one-third, at least, of tho populathu
die of thia terrible disease. In the Middh
Stales it .loos not prevail so largely, at il
Ibero aro many thousands ol' cases there
What a vast per ci magee! lite would be a a vet
if consumptives wen- as easily alarmed in re?
gard to taking fresh cold aa they aro aboul
scarlet fever, small-pox, ?vc. Hut they art
not. They take what they term a. little cold
wt.ich they aro credulous enough to be lev?
will wear oil in ii few days. They pay ntl at?
tention to it, and henee it lays the foundatioi
for another and auntie r at iii, l'Util Ibo luugt
an: diseased beyond all hope for cure.
My advice to persona whose lungs art
affected even slightly ia. to lay in a htt ck o:
Schetick'a l'ulmonic Syrup, Scbeiick'a Seaweed
Tonic and Schenck'a Mundial;.- Pills and g<
to Florida. I recommend these pari icu lal
medicinas becauso I am thoroughly acquaint?
ed with their action. 1 know that whet ethe}
are used in strict accordance with my direc?
tions, they will do the work that ia required.
Thia accomolished, nature will do the rest.
T he physician who prescribes for cold, cougb
or night-sweats, and then advises the patient
to walk or ride out every day, will bo buro to
have a i oruse on his banda before long.
My plan ia to give my three medicines, in
accordance With tho printed directions, ex?
cept in some cases where a frei r uso of thc
Mandrake Pills ia necessary. My object is te
give tone to thu stomach-to get up a good
appetite. It is always a good sign when a
patient begins to grow hungry. 1 bavo hopee
of such. With a relish for food and the
gratification ol (hat relish comes good blond,
and with it more flesh, which ia closely fol?
lowed by a healing of tho lungs. Then the
cough loosens and shat ca, the creeping chills
ami clammy night-swt-aia no longer prostrate
abd annoy,"aud the patient gela weil, provid?
ed ho avoids taking cold.
Now tuero are many consninpi ives who have
not the mean.- to go to Florida. Thoqutetion
may be naked, ia there uti hope lur such?
Certainly there is. My advice tu such ia, and
ever has been, to stay in a warm roi ni during
the winter, with a' temperature of ahum
seventy degrees, weich should be kept
regularly at that point, by means of a ther?
mometer. Let snell a patient take bis i x
ere i ac within the limits of tho ronni by walk?
ing up and dov n as much as bia strength will
permit, in order lo keep up a healthy circula?
tion ol' tho blood. I have cured thouaauds
by this system, and can do au again. Con
BUiuption'is na easily cured as any other
disease, if taken ill time, and Ibu proper kind
of treatment is pursued. The fact st ?nils
undisputed on record that Schcnck's l'ulmo?
nic Syrup, Mandrake 1 ills, and Seaweed I onie
have cured very ninny ol what eciuicd tobo
hopeless cases of consumption. Go where
you will, you will be it I moat ceiiaiu to find
some poor consumptive ?ho bas been rescued
from the very jaws ul death by their use.
So tar aa the Mandrake fills are coin eriied,
everybody should keep a supply of them on
hand. They act on tho liver better than eulo
mei. and leave none nf ita buniol effects be?
hind. In fact, they are excellent in all cases
where a purgative* medicine ia required. Il
you have partaken too freely of Irilit mid
diarrhoea ensues, a dos?! of tho Maudinkia
will cure yon. If yon are subject to sick
headache, take a dose of ibo Mandrakes and
they will relieve you in two hours. If you
would obviate tho effect ol a change of water,
or the too fn e indulgence in huit, take
one of the Mandrakes every night or every
other night, and you may then drink water
and nat wa tel melons, pears, apples uluma,
peaches or corn, without i be risk of ht ing sick
hy them. They will protect those who live in
damp situations against chills and- levers.
Try them. They are perfectly harmless.
They can do yon good pul v.
1 have uhan.1- ne ' hiv professional visita to
Boat on and Nen York, but continuo to see
patients at my office. No. l? N. .-IX I'll street,
rbi adelp.dn, i very Sut unlay fi om 0 A. M. to
3 P.M. Those who wish a thorough exami?
nation with ibo Bt apii onu tel will be charged
live dollin a Tho llcspi'onieter di clari s the
exact condition f?f tin- lungs, and pal len ta can
readily li am whet In r t In y are curable or not.
Mut I desire ii dial incl ly uiiileraliMitl that the
value ot my medicinen tbqii lids emirely upon
their b<Jug taken strictly according tu diree
In conclusion. I will any I hat Abeu persons
lake my medicines and lin ir systems are j
bronglo into ?. healthy condition theiehy. ',
tin \ ure roi ao hubie tb'lakc cold, vi t no one
iritl'i ili?i'.i?ed limes can beat ? -midi nchange
ol alum-ein rc wi I lue. t I he li i l>i lily of greater
or less in itntioii of ibo bri i ? I bil till es.
Pull directions in till languages accompany
my niedii im s. soexp ?eil mill clear I lui I aiiy mu
can ilse them with >ut consulting me, and can
bo bought fniiii an?' ihugel-t
.I" II. SCMBNCK, M. !>.,
No. 13 N. SIXTH streut, Philadelphia.
N... p.i liv
AVOlo qt .it KM-A victim i I early in?
discretion, causing m i vena debility, pre?
mature decay, .Ve., having tried in vain every
advertised remedy, has a simple means ol
self-cure, which he will send free lo bia fellow- .
sufferers. Address J. U. TUITLK, 7* Nassau
street, Now York. Dec23 illino j
Thief Proof Drawers.
THK undersigned have received I ho Agency T
of these DHAwEB". Th v ore the one
thing needfulforthe pro-1 -v
fecit'own/scery ?fore arn ?\ ^LDYV/ H
shop in Columbia, at IMPROVED I
fording a anio protee T , _ !
lion from tho light-fin I ILL LOCKS DRAWEHH
gerod gentry. For sab -
,07'vyT it AGNEW
pf f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
OH dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
Camden Accommodation Train.
boi'Tii CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
CoLVStniA, S. C., March 29, 1?70.
ON and alter SATURDAY, Aoril 1, 1871, au
Accommodation l'aaaenger Train will bo
run between Camdon and Colunili.i, on Mon?
day?, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Camdon at. 0.00 A. IS.
I.cave Ringville at. 9 10 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia at. 1 25 P. M.
Leavo Ringville at. . 3 ?10 P. M.
Arrive al Camden at. G 00 I'. M.
A. L. TYL^Tl, Vico-PrcBidcnt.
JOHN E MAULEY. Agent._ Merell 30 4
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMULV, S. C., .lanna; J 19. 1871.
SEgjjMgBi Paeaeng? r Trains will '
^3hnrTj&3r- arrive and loavo:
TRAIN NO. l. .
Leave Charleston at. 8 20 am
I rrive at Columbia at. 3 40 p m
Leave Columbia at. 12 15 pm
Arrive- al Charleston at.?.'dpm
Leave Camden. Sundays excepted, at.9 50 a m
Arrive at Ringville at.".. 1 20 p m
Li ave Kiny ville. Sundays ixccp'd, at.2 30 p m
Arrive ut Camden a?.(?.OOp m
The above Trains mn in connection with
Wilmington.Columbia and Augusta liaiirnad,
connecting with Trains fur Wbiniigtoii, North
Carolina, and with Trains lor Ani m ta, Gt or-*
yin -making close connections with Night
Trams of Oenrgia Itaiboad aid Ct nu al buil
road, lor ?ll points South alu) West.
QUAIN No. 2- MoilT EXPRESS.
[Sunday Nie,ht excepted.)
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p ra
Ari ?ve at Columbia at.ROO a m
Leave Columbia nt.7 50 p m
At rive at Charleston at.6.45 am
Thia Train lillis in connection with UnAu
gnsta 1 raina, making elfie count ct ion with
Georgia Itaiboad and Central Itaiboad Morn?
ing 'trains, lor all points Sou'll and West.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-Pri aidcrit.
S. T.. FII'KINS. General Ticket Agent. Jan 21
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta E. E
COLVMIUA, S. C., Juiiuarv 17 1871.
ger trains over this Road will run as iollows:
GOINO NoiiTii.-No. 1. No. 2
STATIONS. A Ititi VE. LEAVE. AIIIUVE. l.FAVE.
Augusta 8 fO arr- C 00 pm
Columbia 12.51 pm 1.03 pm 11.05 pm ll iO pm
Winnsb'io 3 17 pm 3 37 jim 125 am 127 am
'.bester 5 07 pm 5 10 pm 2 56 sm 3 CO um M
Charlotte 7 3(1 pill 5.30 am .V*
QoiNO SOUTH -No. 1. No. 2.
A lill! VI'.. LEAVE. AltUlVE. LEAVE.
Charlotte 8.00 am 8 10 na
Chester 10 20 am 10 93 am 10 27 pm 10 30 pm
Winiish'o ll 55 am ll 58 am ll 55 pm ll 58 pm
Columhia 2.10 pm 2.28 pm 2 13 am 2 26 am
Angn-ta. 7.45 pm 7 JiO am
Gt INO Non i II -Train No. 1 makes cloao
DAILY CONNECTIONS at Ch ai lot I e for all points
Noam and EAST. Train No. 2 makes same
cancel ions; SUNDAYS IXCF.PTED
OoiNQt-oUTH -Train No 1 niakea elope DAILY
CONNECTIONS at Augnt-ta with trains ol Georgia
ami Ccutral Genre ia Railroads, lor a.ll poii.ts
Smith, South-west and West. Train No. 2
makes same connections, SUNDAYS EXCEPTIO.
No night trains will leave Charlotte, Au?
gusta or intermediate points on Sunda}a.
Through Tickets sold and bagua go checked
to principal points. J. M. SEl.Kll K. Sup.
K R Donsrv General Ticket Ac nt._
Greenville and Columbia hailrcod.
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAUCH 1, 1871.
schedule will bu run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night 'iinins on South Caro?
lina lluiln.?ul up and down; also willi Trains
going No'iii and South on Charlotte, Colombia
and Augusta haili nail :
Leave Columbia at. 7 00 a. m.
*. Alston. 9.10 a. m.
" Newberry. ll 16 a. m.
Cokcsbuiy. 3.( 0 p. ni.
" Belton...".. S.Ou'p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. C 30 p. m.
Leave Greenville at. 6 15 a m.
Belton. 8 I 5 a m.
" Cokesbnry.10.07 a. m.
?' Abbeville. 8 15 a m.
" Newberry. 1 5?p m.
" Ali-ton..'. . 4 i 5 p. m. .
Arrive at Columbia. 6.55 p. miK*5
TIlOs. I ?Dir A M HAD, fleneral Sup.
M. T. BAIITLETT, GI lierai Tickt t Agent t
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CA BOLINA R. P. CO ,
COMPANY SHOPS, N. Januar 25.1871.
CSI??EA FW^c?*-- TRAJ?Hwill be innover
fi^itV^?^SS^tbis Road as loll, wo:
Er pre**. Mail.
AltMVEi. LEAVE. ARMVK. LEAVE.
Charlotte 5 35 a n 8.00 pm ^
Salisbury 808a ni 8!3?i. 10.81 p m H..?0 pm
Gr'nsb'o'll 05 a hi ll 20 an 1.80 am HS a ni *
CoSho)il2 SO p m IOS pu 2 57 am 317am
Hillsb'ro 2 28p m 2 33pm 4 27a in 4 29am
haleigh 5 12 a in 6.38 u m 7.10 a m
Goldsboro K' 55 a m
C.i.ldsboro Express.V fjj/rr/'. 8 00pm
haleigh 8 45a li 6 58 pm 7 40 am
lliihdni.JI (i7 a III ll 10p ii i0 * 0 a m 10.1 2am
(Ni Shop p2 30p in 12 il) p n ll 12 a in 11.45 a m
Or'nsh'o 2 10p m 2 20 pie 1 10 a rn 2.00 am
Sa?Hh'rj 5.15p m 5 20 ?un 4 50 a m 4.55 a m
Charloi?t7 56pm 7.30 a m
Jun 27 W. II. CUM N. Mat*. Trana.
Schedule on Blue Ridge Bailrt-ec*..
.- - Leave Anderson. 4 20 P. M.
??SPe??Sk " Pendleton. 6 20 "
?tSME-w " Perry fille.6.00
Arrive at Walhalla.7.00 "
Leave Walhalla.3.80 A. M..?
" Perry ville. 4.15 ?'
Pendleton. 5 SO '*
Arrive at Aedeisoii.6 15. "
Waiting nt Andi ison one hour foi the arrival,'
T up train on Greenville and Conimbia hoad. -
July 81 W. H. D. PAILLARD, ?np, ?
Winter Schedule Spar'g & Union Bead
IT^? Ef?t FW.'i..'.. ?'N a,,<i u,U r ?he 24th
fh/<? Jc'?' ? x?r" .PS ' instant, the Passenger .
Trains will go down on MONDAYS, WI DNFR- t
DAYS and FRIDAYS; leaving Spartanbnig
Couit House, at 7 20 A.M., and arriving at
\lston l.?5 P. M.
Returning en TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
?md SA'l UltDAYS. will leave Alston at 9 50 A..
M., and arrive at Spnrtanbnrg at 3 40 P.M.
THOMAS B. JETER, President.