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''Let our inst Censures
BY J. A. SELBY.
^CO^UMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 09.
A Colorea Alan*? Appeal.
BLOOMFIELD, KT., Joly 2, 1672.
To THE EDITOK OF THE COCBTEB
JOUBNAL: Please announce in your co
lumns that I will speak in Bloomfield OD
the llth instant, and ateo urge the at?
tendance of the whites and tell them to
let their hands off that day, ns lim vest?
ing will be pretty well over for the pre?
sent. It will be my first political speeob,
and I hope to be successful in bringing
the whites and blaoks to a better feeling
for one another. How I shall succeed,
Thnrsday week will tell. I have heatd
of no colored Greeley speakers in the
State; and it is to be boped that no ill
timed remark of mine, or indiscreet
conduct of the whites, will make my
effort prove a failure. The ignorant
blacks are watching every move and
gesture and noting every word of white
men, boys, women or girls. For their
own good, the good of the country, and
in gratitude to Mr. Greeley, I would
have them go for him, and shall labor
to that end. I have more to fear by
Borne wild exDression from an injudicious
Democrat than from Grant's stump
orators. Very respectfully,
ANDREW 3. CHAMBERS.
BLOOMFIELD, KY., July 2,1872.
Wo all ought to know, if wo know
anything at all about the circumstances
nnder whioh the Oinoinnati Convention
was called, that it received the co-opera?
tion and endorsement of all who wished
for a change for the better in our ad?
ministrative affairs. It was the con?
struction pat upon the broad platform
of the Liberals, that all men were on an
equality before the law; that the nomi?
nee On thia t platform should bo a man
whose polioy, if elected, was to bo a I
humano, wise and conciliatory one; that1
for the first time in the history of the
nation we wonldbe blessed with a Presi?
dent that was solicitons for the liberty,
happiness and prosperity of every citi
zen in the repablio; that, as before the !
war blaok men in the South were op?
pressed, and sinae the war white men in
the South had been oppressed, we would j
all unite on a man who had proved him?
self to be equally the friend of both the
white and black races, and one in whom
both had confidence, and would dwell in
peace and fraternal feeling for each
other under his administration. That
. there was no partiality to be shown to
any man on account of color, or partici?
pation in the rebellion; that all political
disabilities were to be removed; and the
heels of the oppressor and tyrant taken
off of the neoks of the sons of the
founders of this Government; and white
men and blaok men allowed for once and I
forever to stand alone on their merits,
without a partisan administration op?
pressing tho one in order to elevate the I
other. Suoh was the interpretation I
given to the article in whioh the races
were intimated. Now there are some
men that say that Mr. Greeley's election
is to be wished if for no other reasons
than those already assigned. Democrats,
though they be, they are anxiously look?
ing forward to the day when they will
realizo this state of things. Then there
is a class who are Judas who are playing
the devil with the poor, ignorant blaok
men. I have heard of block men Baying
that suoh and auch a Democrat told
them if Greeley were elected that it
would then be the white man's day, and
that "You niggers will be done oro wing
over us white people." That kind of
talk would do to come from the lips of !
a Bonrboo, or to be spoken by the op?
posera of the old honest editor, but never
from men friendly thereto. Such is not
the construction or light in whioh Sum-1
ner, Clay, Sohnrz, Palmer and Greeley
view the Liberal movement. Of course,
if blaok men have been ''crowing" over I
their white brothers, it should be stop?
ped, and it was not their fault that they
have done so, for they have ever evinced
a friendly feeling to the whites ontil they
have fallen into the hands of hungry
Radical politicians, who have poisoned
their minds for selfish purposes; and in
those instances where they have crowed,
I would not like to think that a white I
brother would be raised up to match
them. We are tired of "crowing," whe-1
ther it be a white or black "rooster" that I
does it. If there is to be exulting done
-if we can't possibly find space botwecn
tho Atlantio and the Pacific for black and
white men without this "crowing" busi?
ness, why, things on the score of races
had best be let alone for a while, for tbe
black cook has not yet caught up with
the white one.
This nonsense should be crushed, and
the sooner the better. I have longed to
see an editorial in your columns advising
your host of readers to be careful in
using these loose and chaffy woids in the I
hearing of black men, who are none too
eager to vote as they do. It would be
well for them to drown such words and
thoughts in a glass of benzine or Bour?
bon; for it ia a delusion, and never will
be reached. Wearetiredof "crowing,"
and hope all will unite to tree Grant,
and Hon. Horace Greeley will stop all
this "crowing." We want peaae, har?
mony and friendly feeling. We want a
President under whose wings wo can all
find protection and shelter, and whose
ooncern for the people is equally balanced
between North, South, East and West,
white and black.
ANDREW J. CHAMBERS.
Josh Billings says: "All you have to
do to raise oats, is to plow the land deep,
then manure it well, then sprinkle the
oats all over the ground, one in a place,
then worry up the ground with a drag
all over, then set up nites to keep the
obiokens and woodchucks ont or them,
then kr&dle them together with a kradle,
then rake them together with a rake,
then bind them together with a band,
then stack them np with a stack, then
thrash them out with a flail, thon olean
them up with a mill, then sharpen both
ends of them with t a knife, then stow
them away in the granary, then spend
wet days and Sundays trapping for rats
and mioe. It ain't nothing bat pbun to
raia9 oata-Iry it."
DESTRUCTION OF TUE MAINE FORESTS.
The Maine lumbermen predict that five
years hence, at the present rate of dc
stroction, the forests of that State viii
be wholly pleared of timber. The lum?
ber crop this year is estimated nt 700,
000,000 feet. Of this amount the Pe
nobscot lumbermen cut 225,000,000, and
the Kennebeo men over 100,000,000.
A CURIOSITY.-An Irish potato was
handed us yesterday, with a wire-gra6s
root grown through it, and tho initials
"H. G." plainly cut on the surface.
This is extraordinary, and is certainly
significant of something.
[ Winnsboro jYeics.
SUICIDE.-Mrs. Jonathan Stanton
committed suicide, Wednesday evening,
by hanging herself, bhe had been la?
boring under severe mental aberration
for some time past. She bad suffered
for Revend years pnut, with a painful dis?
ease.- Winnsboro uYeics.
SUGQBBTI?INS FO^i SUMMER.-It is
of great importance that tho system should
be in a vigorous condition when tho hot wea?
ther commences. Tho effects of a high tem?
perature upon an enfeebled frame are always
more or less disastrous. Tho IOSB of Bub
stance and the declension of nervous power
occasioned by excessive heat, can only bc
compensated by the activo, healthful and re
gular excrciee of all tho bodily functions bj
which tho waste of nature is replenished ant
the vital energies renewed. The great utility
of HOSTETTER'B STOMACH BITTERS as i
moans of toning, invigorating and regulating
the organs of the body, is universally ac
knowledged. As a tonic, it stimulates Un
flagging appetite and accelerates digestion
as a corrective, it neutralizes acidity of tin
stomach and relieves flatulency; as au altera
tive and mild aperient, it regulates the live
and the bowels; as an anodyne, it promote
tranquil sleep; as a wholesome stimulant, i
imparts firmness and elasticity to the relaxei
and trembllug nerves; and as a blood depu
rent, it purifies tte vital stream. The valu
of auch a specific to the weak and debilitate
is beyond all estimate. To invalids wilie
down by the sultry beat of mid-summer, it i
as refreshing and vitalizing SB the cool nigh
dew to the Bun-scorched flowers. Compose
of vegetable elements only, with a bahia c
?ure diffusive stimulant, it is safo and pall
able as well as medicinal. In fever an
ague districts, and wherever the natural coi
ditions aro conducive to epidemic disease, :
is considered the best safeguard against mi
tarions infection, and the speediest remed
for intermittent and remittent fevers.
?gPl&?n Questions Zit? Invalids - Hav
the routine medicines of the profession doc
you no good? Arc you discouraged and m
Berable? If so, test the properties of tl
new Vegetable Specific, DB. WAI KER'S CAL
FORMA VIDEO AB B ITT ERB, already famous i
the finest invigorant, corrective and alten
tive, that has ever seen tho light. Dyspe]
tires and persons of bilious habit should kee
it within reach, if they value health and eas
What Every Horst man Wants-A goo
cheap and reliable Liniment. Such au arl
cl? is Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Limmen
Pint bottles at one dollar. For Lamencs
Outs, Galls, Colic, Sprains, ?.to., warrante
better than any other. Sold by tho Dru
gists. Depot, ll) Park Place, New York.
Burnett's Cocoalne.-A compound of C
coanut Oil, Ac, for the Hair, ha? establish*
a world-wide reputation. Its natural adapt
tiou, agreeableness, and FREENESS FROM AI
IMUBIOUB OR BOILING PROPERTIES, togeth
with its cheapness in respect to durabili
and size of bottle, render it unequaled 1
any other preparation in tho world. For ea
by all Druggists.
Mucic. of tue Mouth - Odifcrous Soy
dont renders the mouth enchanting, coi
posed of rare, antiseptic herb?, it impai
whiteness to the teoth, a delicious ?ower-li
aroma to tho breath, and preserves ima
from youth to age, ibo teeth.
Ptutt's Astral Oil-Moro accidents occ
from using unsafe oils than from stoamboi
and railroads combined. Over 200,000 fai
lies continue to burn Pratt's Astral Oil, a
no accidents, directly or indirectly, have i
curred from burning", storing or handling
Oil House ot Charles Pratt, established 17
A Beautiful White, soft, smooth and ol
akin is produced by using O. W. Lair
"Bloom of Youth." It removes tan, frockl
sun-burns, and all other discoloiations fr
the skin, leaving the complexion brilliant i
beautiful. Sold at all druggists. This p
piration is entirely free from any matci
detrimental to health.
Just the Remedy Needed.-Thanks
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, we have,
yoara, boen relieved from sleepless night
painful watching with poor, suffering, tee
For Dyspepsia, indigestion, depression
spirits and general debility in their vari
forma; also, as a preventive against Fe
and Ague, and other intermittent fevers. '
Perro-fhosphorated Elixir of Calisaya, m
by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York, and <
by all druggists, is the bett tonic, and i
tonio for patients reoovoring from fe ve
other sickness, it has no equal.
Risley'* Genuine Golden Bell Coloj
Water, according to tho original formul
PrevoBt, Paris, so long and favorably km
to tho customers of Hiiviland, Harral A
ley, and their brauohes, for its fine permai
fragrance, is now made by H. W. Risley
the trade supplied by his euocesBors, Mot
<k Risley, Wholesale Druggists, Now York.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Pow?
-The best artiole known for cleansing
Ereserving tho teeth and gums. Hold b
irngKists. Price 25 and 50 cents per bo'
F. O. Wells & Co., New York.
Carbolic Salve unequaled as a Rea
Compound. Physicians recommend it ae
most wonderful remedy evor known. I
25 cents per box. John F. Henry, solo
prletor, 8 College Place, Now York.
Christado? O'B Hair Dye.-This mag
cent compound is beyond contingency
safest and most reliable Dye in existe
never failing to impart to tho Hair unifor
of color, nourishment and elasticity. M
factory, 68 Maiden Lane, New York.
Bvopnla is Opium puridad of Us siete
and poisonous qualities. It is a perfect
dyne, not producing headaobe or const ipi
of bowels, as is the oase with other pre]
lions of opium. John Farr, ChemlBt,
York. _Jnly3 till
Everybody is delighted with the Qm
DELIGHT. It cures all kinds of breakinj
of the skin, boils, ?tc.
Proposals for Beef.
SEALED proposals fur funnelling tho City
Hoapital ami Alms House with freBh
BEEF will he received at this oftico uutil
TUESDAY, 23d instant. Contract will ho
awarded to lowest' Heaponeiblo biddor 13y
order o? Council. * CHAS. DA UN UM,
Julv 13_ City Ciel Ic.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED bid? will bo received at thia office
uutil TUESDAY, 231 instant, for the work
for the erection of a new Dell Tower. Con?
tract will be awarded to lowest responsible
bidder. By order of C uncil.
July 13 CHAH. BAUNUM. City Clerk.
Illustrated Maps of Columbia,
WITH Flt AMES of all kinds,
COO new STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Southern, European and California. Also,
A now lot of CROQUET, at rtducod prices.
For ealo at R. L. BRYAN'S
JAMES A. GRAY & 00.,
IMPOBTEBS, JOUIILRS AND BETAILEBH IM
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
UH nndlOG Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
THE largest and most completo slock in
the Hourn, at lowest prices. July 12 Imo
ryiHE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
M iug between tho undersigned, uuder Ibo
namo of \YELLS & CALDWELL, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All ac?
counts duo tho Orm must ho paid to John D.
Caldwell, who will also settle all outstanding
claims against tho burne. This tho 0th day
of July, A. D. 1S72.
JACOB H. WELLS.
July 10 12 JOHN D. CALDWELL.
OFFICE AUDITOR RICHLAND COUNTY,
JULY 1, 1872.
THI3 office will bc open during this month
for the purpose of receiving returns of [
all property-holders. The penalty of fifh
nor cent, will be added to last year's returns
for nou-compliuncb with this notice.
M. J. CALNAN,
Julv 4 County Auditor.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.
Tho State, ex relatione the Attorney-General,
Slaintiff, vs. the Greenville and Columbia
ailread Company, defendant.
James G. Gibbes, James B. Pringlo and
others, plaintiffs, v.s. the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company and others,
THE undersigned having, by order of his
Honor Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Judge
of the Fifth Circuit, dated June 18, 1372.
been appointed Befcree on the above stated
cases, to ascertain and report, among other |
things, the amount of indebtedness of thc
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad Company,
with authority by advertisement to requin
all creditors to catablith their respective de?
mands before him:
Notice is hereby given to all and singular
tho creditors of the said Greenville and Co?
lumbia Bailroad Company, whether holdiLf
bonde of the first mortgage, bonds or certifi?
cates of indebtedness guaranteed hy the
Ht ate, bonds or certificates of indebtedness
of the second mortgage, non-mortgage honda,
or claims of any other character, to present
and establish thehsarespective claims b<'r
the undersigned, ff Referee, at his o'
Columbia, South Carolina, on or belore the
first day of October next, at which time his
report on such claims will bo made up and
submitted to the Court in the said cates.
JOHN S. GREEN, Referee.
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 19, 1872.
In the Distriet Court of the United
States for the District of South Caro?
In tho matter of John P. Kinard, Bankiupt.
THIS is to give notico that hv au indenture,
dated the 20th day of May, A. D. 1872,
JOHN P. KINARD, of Newberry Couuty, in
said District, has conveyed and assigned all
his estate and effects whatsoever to me, as
Trustee, upon trust, for tho benefit of all the
creditors ot tho estate of said John P. Kinard;
and that said conveyance was duly exo
cutcd according to the provisions of the 43d
Section of an Act ot Congress entitled "An
Act to establish a uniform system of Bank?
ruptcy throughout tho United States," ap?
proved Maich 2, 18G7, which conveyance has
been approved and confirmed by the order of
the United States District Court for tho Dis
trict ot Mouth Carolina, in Bankruptcy.
Notice is hereby further given, that in oho
dience to the order aforesaid, all and singular
the creditors of tho estate of John P. Kinard,
Bankrupt, are required to render in and esta
bliah their respective claims and demands
against the estate of tb,e said John P. Kinard,
Bankrupt, before C. G, Jie?er, Esq., Begiater,
at Newberry, S. C.. on or before tho 20tb day
of Joly, A. D. 1872; and those failing so to I
render and establish tboir respective claims
and demands will be forever barred of all in?
terest or claims to any part of said estate.
R. L. McOAUGHRIN, Trustee.
June 18 mf>
Corn! Corn! Corn!
IP^nfi BU9HELS prime White COHN,
. O vi\J 600 bushel? prime Mixed Corn,
Just received and for sale at reduced prices,
by_JOHN AGNEW A ?ON.
New Butter and Cheese.
-I f \ TUBS choice May BUTTER.
1U 10 boxea now cutting Cheese.
Just receivod and for sale by
June 0_JOHN AONEW A8QN.
Seegere' Beer is Pure.
IT don't oontain Ooooonlus Indiens Fi sb
Berries tn make sleeoy or headache.
Look Ont for K. K.'B!
"^j?y NOW in Columbia. To
March 28 JOHN C. SEEOERS*
North Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. C. HAY, for salo low
by_HOPE A GYLES.
THE best in market, comprising all the
good qualities of FBUIT JARS, for sale by
Jnoe25_LORIOK A LOWRANCE.
i)K BASKETS CHAMPAGNE.
Canned Goods, Fruits, Nuts, Cakes and a !
lot of other goods suitable for tho 4th; also,
for Parties, Pic-Mica, Barbecues, Ac.
June 25_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Everybody looka at a pretty girl; but tnrn I
away If she has pimples, blotob.es, boils. Use
the QUEEN'S DELIOBT and purify your blood.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
ACHOICE lot of OAK and HICKORY
WOOD, of all sizos, for salo cheap by
tho cord, and delivered io any part of tho I
city. I will furnish WOOD by contract at1
special rates for winter purposes. Orders
lett at tho PUONIX (tilice, or at Mr. D. ErsTlN's
Dry Gooda Store, on Assembly struct, will bo
promptly attended to. Tho abovo Wood is in
my yard, and can bo socu for delivery at any
tim?. P. EPSTIN.
North Bide of Gervais street, between Asscm- |
hiv and Gaters tdrcot. June 8 3mt
PERSONS who left WATCHES in my caro I
years ago to be repaired, will please call
tor the aame, givo description, stalo time
when left, pay charges and tnUo them away,
lt not called for within ninety days from this
date, I will sell them lo pay costs.
June ?3m',h _ G. PIERCES.
BY P. L?. KUMOJIA\.
( Formerly al G. Dierckx\)
ON Assembly street, opposite tho Market.
Liquors and Segara of all kinds. Lunch
at 12 M._July G
AND novel plan, that oilers tho rare in-'
ducemcuts tho Iudian
To extend to her customers lone ago, bftB
been adopted, which is, "to givo extra
quantity in every Illly cents worth bought;
To Sell Cigars
Rv tho box at remarkably low rates." Hero I
is" tho place to got tho "LITTLE OEM."
STULTZ'S PANCAKE, and tho finest SMOK*
INO TOBACCO._July 2
The Most Fashionable Promenade
IX THE CITY IS AT TUE
GREAT COMBINATION DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT is thero that the greatest display o
TASTE and STYLES can be seen.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, besides the newest
and now moat popular patterns in "DOLLY |
Y ARDEN'S. "
These frr i have been bought at such ad
v?? ^aa priae8 as to enable me to offer I
them at astonishingly low figures. Call and
examine, and I am eure yon will buy.
MayJO_J. H. KINARD.
The Favorite Eesort of the Ladies is at |
the Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Boom and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. MCCOR?
MICK, in the Store of
J. H. KINARD,
GOODS are now being offered at such low
figures as will defy competition.
The DOLLAR COUNTER ia an especial at?
traction, where ouo can obtain gooda at half I
the origiual price.
LADlEb' BUTTS, snperbly trimmed, on
hand, of tho latest and most fashionable
A call will suffice to satibfy every one.
May2fi _ _."J??s- A- McOORMIOK.
WE are in rocoipt of totters making known 1
to us tho high estimation in which we
are held as the proprietor and manufacturer
of HEINITSH'S BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS.
The very high appreciation thus voluntarily
exhibited is a source not only of pleasuro but I
of profit. Thus practically encouraged, v*e
propose to go on with the good work of Bond?
ing relief to thousands of the sick at very lit?
tle cost. Read the following letter from North
A lotter from Raleigh, North Carolina,
speaks of Hoinitsh's Blood and Livor Pills, in
tho following emphatic language: "Youri
Blood and Liver Pills should bo called the
'Eureka.' My wife will give you a oortifieate |
testifying to their remarkable curative pro?
perties. For fomaUs, tho beat pill out."
Heinitsh's Blood Pills are adapted to all
agoa, sexes and conditions, in all climates;
good for Liver Complaint, Biliousness, Head?
aches, Chills. Try them; only twenty-five
oents a box. For salo only at tho family medi?
cine store of E. H. KEINirSH.
Jane 7_ t
Elegant Cough Kisses.
TAKE a kies and euro your cough. A nioe I
confection, agreeable and effectual. I
Curce Coughs, Diptheria, Soro Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough; an admirable me?
dicine for children; no coughing at night; no I
disturbance: sweet slumber secured by using I
the Cough KiBsos. For sale only at
April 10 j HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Portable Fountain Pumps.
JUST reooivod a supply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is the most uaeful and convenient apparatus
for watering shrubbery, Howers and plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires I
at tho commencement, sprinkling side-walks, |
Ao.,&c. For salo at low prices by
June 27 JOHN AONEW A SON.
Corn! Corn! Corni
2f\f\f% BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
-V Jilli CORN, just reoolv? d and for sale
low by_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Frames for the Columbia Maps,
OF every style, of Walnut and Oilt Mould?
ing. Also, for Paintings, Photographs I
and Engravings. lt. L. > RYAN'8
June 14 Bookstore.
Cheaper Than Ever.
C. F. JACKSON
T^jiyILL nell hia entiro stock of QOODS
WITHOUT REGARD TC COST.
Every Coautor will he a BARGAIN COUN?
TER. The Ten Cent Counter will ho full of I
Cotton Seed Meal.
-I f\r\ BARRELS freeh ground COTTON
JA/V/ SEED MEAL, an excellent article
for feeding atock,just rocoivod and for salo
low hy JOHN AGNEW it SON. _
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to hand
Primo Smoked TongucB,
Primo Smoked Beef,
"Diamond" and "Orange" hrand Hame,
Elm City Breakfast Strip.?,
Elm City Sugar-cured Pickled Rounds,
With full supply of standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices. Ac, at low prices.
Juno 28 _GEO.JBYMMERS.
pr rv BOXES EIRE CRACKERS, for Fourth
0\J of July purposes. HOPE & GYLES.
' Ofin BBLS. NEW FLOUR, of all gradea,
\ ?i\j\J for salo at greatly reduced prices,
hy JOHN AGNEW A SON.
I CLEAVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
j Near Shelby, 53 miles West of Charlotte, JV. C.,
T. W. BRBVARD, Proprietor.
A J*r~*<* THE Hotel will be open for
MMMJC^^L tbo reception of vieitora on lat
flla?^a?iSM of Juuo- Paatengera coming
H??sSSB?-011 the Wilmington, Charlottu
and Rutneriord Railroad will bo mot by
Hacks. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at any time.
COLD and WARM BATHS-White Sulphur,
Bed Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and othor means of
amusement wiU add to the comfort and en?
joyment of guests.
FARE first claes. RATES-Single day,
$2.50; single week, f l l; four weeks, $4.0. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half price. _Jone 20 2mo
AND HOUSE FURNISHING STORE.
THE undersigned have re
v^[rfes==r centlv opened an entire new
TT^SW??? stock or now gooda in tho
\ rBT?8rr above lino. Articles of all
ll B'^V kinda for houBO keeping, Ac.
Citizens aro invited to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
R. KINGSLAND. J. A. ??EATH.
klXARD St WILEY'S,
(SVCCES80B8 TO CHILDS ft WILEY )
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS.
Blue and Black Morning Coate,
Caasimero Light Mixed Suite.
Black and Blue Granitos.
Youth's, Boy's and Children's Suits.
New atyle and handsomely made St ar Shirt s.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, Bowe, of the latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
HATS! HATS It HATS It!
Splendid line. The beat and cheapest in
tho market. DRESS HATS, Bilk and heaver,
M. L. KlNARD. J. 8. WILEY.
Excursion Season of 1872,
THE WILMINGTON LINE,
COMMENCING JUNE 1,1872.
WILMINGTON. MAY SI, 1872.
O OUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS can
.LV be procured at the office of Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to the fol?
lowing well-known and attractive Virginia
Watering Places and Summer Resorts: Green
brier White Sulphur Springs, Rockbridge
Alum, Bath Alum, Bot or Healing, Sweet or
Sweet Chalybeate, Coyner, Alleghany, Mont?
gomery White Sulphur, Yellow SulpJiur, Kit
trell'a Springs, North Carolina, and the en?
tirely new and first class Sea-stde Watering
Place in Hampton Hoads, Virginia- Vue ae
Also, a full line ol Exoursion Tickets via the
"Bay Line," to all promtaent Northern Lake
and New England Sea-aide Watering Placos,
by variable and attractive routes.
These Tickets are good to return by No?
vember 1, 1872. A. POPE,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
J. H. BOWEN, Agent Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad, Columbia, 8. 0.
June 9 _ 2mo
tAt?LM-^, Pavilion Hotel,
Irm'.S CHAItl.ERTON, s. c.
A?StjSSaL G. T. ALFORD A CO.. Pro
i1rmiir^_^iaPCprietorB; R. HAMILTON, Sup't.
lAft GALLON8 superior SALAD OIL,
JLwv" frosh and sweet, Just received and
for sale at $1 per gallon, by
June 23_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
American Club Fiah.
?^WBfe A DELICIOUS relish: netter
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
by _HOPE A GYLES.
Everybody is some authority. If every?
body says so and ao, it must be so. They say [
HEINITSB'S MEDICINES are good and are worth
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of tho finest
BtockB of WATCHES, of all beet Eng
Lliab. Bwiee and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewfclry, our stock
is large, and we aro going to sell the Goode.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19 Formerly Glazo & Radcliffe.
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES -ie
now full and complete, and
_fcthe pnblio may depend on
gelling the best at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities aro such that I defy compon
tion from any market.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all tho nowoBt styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral,Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets,Charms,
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in allbranch es,byt h o best work?
men and at reasonablo rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Bow.
B A R Gr A INS!
FRENCH CASS1MEBE PASTS
Mado to order
For Twelve Hollars.
Twenty per cent, discount.
As we mark everything in plain figures.
At coat-or lesa.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SU1BTS
In thc market.
CALL AND SEE
_8. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
YES, IRISH CHAMPAGNEt Why nott
Was not tho great Apostle of Temper
ance. Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still,
were he alive to-day, bo would quaff a cup of
this beverage, and, smr.cking his lipa, bless
the man who invented "Irish Champagne."
This can be drank with perfect safety by the
Knights of Pythias, Good Templars, or Bad
Templars, fiona of Malta, Sous of Temper?
ance, or anybody else'? sous or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimneysweeps-in
fact, anybody, particularly those who wear
Grant bats and Greeley bats, or their own
hats, are invited fraternally to imbibe (at
your own expense, mindi) this superlatively
Thia notice would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our ictionary,
and several big words we intended to use are
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, tho public may expect
to hear from us again.
May 18_GEORGIE RYMMERS.
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LECTURE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. *2.
Thoughts upon Government. By Arthur
Helps, fi 25.
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
full of fun.
At Home and Abroad. By John P. Ken?
Foster's Life of Charles Dickens. (2.
Tal UR'S NoteB on England. $2.50. .
Pro-Historio Times. By Sir John Lubbock.
Popular Life of Gen. R. E. Leo.
And other now publications, fot sale at
June 8_lt. L. BRYAN'S Bookstore.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY OH
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Hotz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Gan onlv bo bad
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 29'6mo_Charlotte. N. 0.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
8moked Beef, for salo low. HOPE & OYLES.
PIGS' FEET SOUSED,
0HOI0E GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for sale low for cash by
Jane 10_HOPE ft GtLE8.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Churoh. Vol.1, to.
Annt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stopping
Hannah, a now Novel, by Mies Muloob. 50c.
Jan 14_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Everybody should read the paper and learn
to know how much is saved if to Helnitsh'?
etote they go for medicines.