"Let our Just Censures
BY JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C
The symptoms of Liver Coniplainfare
uneasiness und pain in the side. Some?
times the pnin is in the shoulder, and is
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach
is affected with loss of appetite and sick?
ness, bowels in general costive, and
sometimes alternating with lax. The
head is troubled with pain, and dull,
heavy sensation, considerable loss of
memory, accompanied with painful sen?
sation of having left undone something
which ought to have been done. Often
complaining of weakness, debility and
low spirits. Sometimes many of the
above symptoms attend the disease, and
at other times, jery fow of them; but the
Liver iB generally the organ most in?
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Heart, Pain in the region of tho Kidneys, Despondency, Gloom and
forebodings of evil; all of which are the offspring of a diseased Liver.
If you feel Dull, Drowsy, Debilitated, have frequent headache,
Mouth tastes badly, poor Appetite and Tongue Coated, you are suffer?
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SIM M O NTS'
ROSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C. WH. E. ROSE, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
Fare $2} a day, including
Omnibus ride. Situated
near the Capitol and in
centre of business part of
tho oity. My - Omnibus
will convey passengers to
and from every train. Tho
Ladies' Apartments are
complete; entrance on As?
sembly street. BILLI?
ARD and BATH ROOMS
are all new and in good
order. Ap 0
Manufactured by HOLMES, 0ALDER & CO., Proprietors.
Office 203 East Bay street. Factory corner Cumberland and Philadelphia streets,
rIPORTjERS and dealers in Lubricating and Paint OILS, WINDOW GLA8S and
PAINTERS' MATERIAL, Agents for Averill's Chemical Paint, Prince's Mebdic
Paint, Rubber and Leather Belting* Feb 25 JGmo
/CHOICE MESS MACKEREL.
\J No. L 2 an4 3 MACKEREL.
Just opened end tor sole low, at retail,
by , JOH1TAGNEW&SON.
FRDM 7 till 9 o'clock, Sunday morn,
ing, tho store will be open.
June 6 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
, OF the LATEST STYLES;
also. Ladies' and Children's
SUITS of all sices and qual?
ity, UNDERWEAR, COR?
SETS, HAIR and FANCY
GOODS. Just received,
large Assortment of Wench's
MRS. C. E. REED'S.
TUESDAY MORNING, Jt
The Great Rush
To bo kept up by
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
OR the next ten days, the ENTIRE
STOCK OF GOODS will bo at the
Bargain Counter Prices.
DRESS SILKS from 60c. per yard up.
And all goods sold without regard to
cost. July 11
Groceries, Liquors and Family Supplies.
signed have ta
'of tho commo
idious store un?
der Irwin's Hall, and are now prepared,
with a full stock of fresh and well se?
lected goods, to furnish all in need of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS and FAMILY
SUPPLIES in general. Their prices
will be satisfactory. Give them a call.
July 9 lmo_R. ARNDT & CO.
ON and after this date, my largo and
well selected stock of GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS will be sold at greatly
reduced prices for cash. I particularly
call the attention of the public to my
1 large stock of BACON, LARD and BUT
[ TER, all of the very beBt quality, and
200 barrels new Solomon's Fancy
I FLOUR, just received fresh from tho
mill, and price reduced.
TEAS, COFFEES and SUGARS, of
standard quality. Prices on the entire
Tho following list of LIQUORS have
just been received, the quality of each
II eing guaranteed:
Otard & Co.'s Pale BRANDY, in wood
t nd bottle.
Hennessey's Pale BRANDY, in wood
i nd bottle.
Old Jamaica RUM.
Old St Croix R?M.
Old Holland GDX, in wood and bottle.
Old Rye WniSKEY.
Old Mountain Corn WHISKEY.
These Liquors ore superior to any ever
offered to the Columbia trado before, and
will be sold very cheap, considering
All goods dolivercd.
Storo closes at 7 o'clock.
July 9 HARDY SOLOMON.
NU W BO
At H. L. Bryan's Book Store.
GEN. SHERMAN'S MEMOIRS, from
the settlement of California to tho
present time, with a large and complete
Livingstone's Last Journals, with maps
and plates, $2.50.
Man and Beast?Here and Hereafter;
illustrated by 300 anecdotes, by Rev. J.
G. Wood, $1.50.
Tho Bettor Self Home Essays, by au?
thor of tho Gentlo Lifo, $1.75.
Wo and Our Neighbor, by Mrs. Har?
riet Beecher Stowe, '$1.75.
A Short History of the English People,
by Green, $1.75.
Also, a variety of new London Novels.
I FAN MILLS,
AC, AC., AC.,
At manufacturers' prices. Send for
Juno 21 L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Rose Cordial! Rose Cordial!!
1F1TOE only sure eure for all kinds of
.JL Bowel Affections, Summer Com?
plaints, Diarrhoea and Dysentery. No
| thing better for Children. Mothers, try
it and savo your children. For salo only
June 26 City Drug Store.
Attend the;True Event."
JLY 20, 1875. VOL
GEOKOE O. HULL.,
rr.OPlHETOK OF TUE
(Formerly Stovall's Excelsior Mills,)
MANUFACTURES FLOUR in nil
grades. The old and well-known
Pride of Augusta,
Always on band, and their well-earned
reputation will be faithfully
Constantly made, and orders promptly
filled at the
June 25 lmo
THE GREAT SENSATION
IN DRY GOODS
STILL IN FULL BLAST !
TO-MORROW (Mondayl the BARGAIN
COUNTERS will be bountifully re?
plenished with a new, fresh line of
goods, and will be kept up during the
Beautiful DRESS GOODS at 10c;
worth 25 and 50c.
10 pieces Plain White LINEN LAWN,
at 20c.; worth 40c.
15 pieces Fancv LTNEN LAWN, at 20
and 25c.; worth iO and 50c.
5 pieces BLACK GRENADINE, at 25c.;
3 cases New Style PRINTS, at CJ and
1 case 4-4 American PUCALE, at 10c.;
15 pieces Scotch TWEEDS, ot 25c;
10 pieces Brown LINEN DRILL, at
25c; worth 50c.
1 case each WamButtn and New York
Mills MUSLIN, at 15c.
1 case each Androscroggan and Fruit
of Loom MUSLIN, at 12Ac.
1 case Hill's Semper Idem MUSLIN,
1 case 10-4 Pcpperell Bleach SHEET?
ING, at 371 c.
3 bales 4-4 Fine Brown SHEETING,
Ladies', Men's and Misses' BOOTS and
SHOES, from 40c. upwards.
The above "STARTLING PRICES"
represent only a few of the GREAT
BARGAINS that will be offered to reduoe
stock. Now is your time to bny a good
deal for little money.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Grand Central Dry Goods House,
June 27 * Columbia, S. C.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
Hade on LATEST IMPROVES FATEKT.
Fixtures all ready for hanging up.
1AAA LATEST Stvlcs LADIES
,UUU and CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS, only FUFTY CENTS EACH.
JONES, DAVIS & B0UXNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shivor & Co.
Non-Board Fire Insurance and Real
HOME Fire' Insuranco Company,
Charleston, S. C.
Petersburg Savings and Firo Insur?
ance Company, of Petersburg, Va.
Citizens Fire Insuranco Company, of
Newark, N. J.
Rates low and companies first class.
Office in the Union Bank.
July 1 Agent.
UMB XI?NUMBER 102.
The Parked Cake?Conclvrion of Mb.
C\ 7 )4 j\fri.TOy't: X?emahk2._Dmm s2.v9
that in October, 1871, $8,000 was the en?
tire interest on the public debt; the de?
fendant says it was over $600,000 above
the coupons which had been presented
for payment; they may say that tho de?
fendant must clear this up, but we say
that he must do so; this is the issue. If
the defendant shows that the accrued in?
terest was largely in excess of the inter?
est paid in 1871, they must show that it
was not; they can't move one step unless
they provo this; for, without proving
this, they cant show a single one is not
now there if it ever was there; that Owens
funded some, and that some are in the
treasury as vouchers which were dead
when they came there, has nothing to do
with the proof; the defendant is charged
with having token out good, uncanceHcd
coupons and not the invalid, dead cou?
pons ; thin was dragged in to confuse the
jury; nobody could understand a case
covered with complex facts and intricate
figures; but he thought he could show
that every coupon which should be there
iB there now. The Treasnror, at tho end
of every fiscal year, October 31, makes
out a general interest account of all tho
outstanding indebtedness of the State,
paid and unpaid; the Comptroller-Gene?
ral makes out a general interest account
at tho beginning t f the year, which he
submits to the Legislature for an.appro?
priation to pay past deficiencies which
appear on the Treasurer's account for the
close of the preceding year, and the in?
terest for the current year; but he can?
not calculate at the beginning of a year
the interest on bonds which the Legis?
lature may afterward i?BUo during that
year; whereas the Treasurer, at the end
of the year, knows of all these bonds and
makes out his account accordingly. -Now,
whom did Major Rion charge with h'SV
ing cooked these books, was it Mr.
Walker, Mr. Tappan or Mr. Gary? Who
ever heard a word against the character
of theso gentlemen? Hereupon, Col. Bion
said that Bandal in, New York, was the
one alluded to. Hero Mr. Melton said,
when did Randal have the books; did
not theBe very accounts run back to '68
and beyond that? The books aro in the
handwriting of these three gentlemen,
tho items, dates, Ac, all given; nothing
to excite suspicion of any cooking in
them; tho entries were made long before
there could have existed any occasion for
falsification; but by1 these vary books,
which tbey say aro cooked, tney agree
with us as to the first three fiscal years;
they say tho interest is correct for these
three years; the books for '68 commence
with the unbalanced accounts of the un?
coils true ted government up to '68; the
interest in 1868, was $168,000; 1869 is
correct?so is 1870; still wo find no traces
of cooking; tho defendant claims that
the interest duo in 1870, is $519,
447.60, but Mr. Dunn says that this is
too much, because he claims wo have
charged interest on bonds for the pay?
ment of the public debt which were not
then sold; this is based on Dennis' own
assumption, that these bonds were then
unsold and unissued; Dunn has tried to
cook the books; he has made the plain?
tiff's counsel say that tho accrued inter?
est was no greater than the interest paid;
his first correction is $30,000 interest-on
bonds which he says wero not sold till
September, 1869, while the defendants
charge interest until October, 1868;
plaintiff says this is too much, and for
their only reason refer us to Kiinpton's
books; there is an entry below a previous
entry made in September, 1809. .Some
of these bonds were sold, although the
dato of the sale is blank; they say.lump
ton's account makes it appear that these
bonds were sold in September, 1869;
now if Kimpton ever intends to repeat
any thing he always docs so unmistakably;
in this same account October is repeated,
written out in full, and December is.re?
peated in writing three times^ if this
,entry was meant to show that the side
'of these South Carolina bonds had
been made in September, he would
cither have written ditto undea the last
entry, which was in September, or would
have made some mark to designate thot
ho meant it; as it is, it is blank and
shows nothing- Now, this is Dennis'
whole reason for saying that the defend?
ant's interest account is wrong?because
Kimpton reports that he sold the bonds
on a blank day, and happens to insert it
under September, 1869. It is impossible
to tell from this when they wexo sold,
and the jury has no other information
on the subje'et; if any were sold prior to
April, 18(18, tho defendant's account is
correct; Kimpton has studiously avoided
giving the dates of tho sale of any of
theso bonds; the Financial Board could
never get him to give them any informa?
tion as to the sides of South Carolina
bonds; by an Act of the Legislature,
March, 1869, Kimpton was authorized to
use any of tho bonds of the State for
hypothecation for loans, and made him
independent of the Financial Board; he
was not even required to report to it, but
made his reports to the Comptroller
General of the State; and hence the board
has never been able to get the date of the
sale of these bonds; Gov. Scott said that
Kimpton made no report of tho date of
theso sales, because Kimpton did not
doom it oxpodient to do so; and Parker
knowing by his report that tho bonds
had been sold, but not knowing the
date of tho sale, in making up his Inter?
est account, had to provide for the pay
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