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' COLUMBIA. 1
Friday Morning, March 1, 1867.
Conflicting Authority in High Place??.
It may not bc known to many of
our readers that the Government, or
at least two departments thereof,
have liad caused to be prepared a
pamphlet of seventy-two pages, tobe
used at the approaching Paris Exhi?
bition by the United States Commis?
sioner, to convey authoritative infor?
mation of the statistics of the country.
It is compiled by Alexander Delmar,
Director of the Bureau of Statistics
in the Treasury Department, and,
therefore, so far as statistics are con?
cerned, it is doubtless as correct as it
is possible for it to be, while its classi?
fication and admirable condensation
are highly commended.
Thc New Orleans Picayune, in no?
ticing it, submits, however, that it
contains some very heterodox doc?
trines. It notes that, under the head
of "Form of Government," the pam?
phlet says that "it is a political fede?
ration of thirty-six States, niue Ter?
ritories and the District of Columbia. "
Tho Picayune scouts at tho idea of ?
"federation," being under the impres?
sion that the cannon law bad d?cid?e!
this to be a nation, and that tin
States are not federated, but subor?
dinate parts, which derive their pow?
ers and qualities from the sovereign
whole.
Thirty-six States! Which arc they'
Mr. Delmar enumerates ten of them
"which to-day are not in the Union
and which fact the intelligent foreign
ers who may read this pamphle
know as well as we, the excluder
people of these ten, know and feel it
Again: tho pamphlet says, "perfec
loyal and political equality is grautet
to all white males.'' It ought to hav<
added, "except in ten States," bavin <
eight millions of inhabitants, and ii
which about a million of "whit
males" have no political rights at all
There aro other minor inaccuracie
which our cotcmporary notices, sac'
as that by Federal laws "property
whoa not otherwise devised, descend
to the children of lue deceased
share and shan- ?dike, and to th
next of kin." There are no Feden
laws, that we know of, affecting th
descent of property. The whole sui
jectis exclusively regulated by Sta!
laws. The pamphlet states that tl
French is the language which prcvai
in Louisiana, which the Picayui
dissents from, as misleading the pei
pie of Paris.
Cut what we regard of some sign
ficance is the position assumed X
the two Secretaries, which is at dire
variance with that held by Congres
and standing upon which they a
now legislating, so as to change tl
fundamental law of the land-tl
Constitution of the United State
Both houses of Congress have ju
declared that there ure really on
twenty-seven States, and consequent
nineteen Territories. As this is i
official publication, and as neither
the Secretaries under whose atispic
it was prepared and issued are alli
or friends of Sumner and his pari
it will give that leader o?* radicalii
an opportunity, as in the McCracki
business, to demandan investigate:
and inquire upon what grounds t
functionaries alluded to have dared
call this Government a federation
thirty-six States, when the augi
bodies, comprising the upper a
lower house, driven by Sumner in i
one and Stevens in the other,
passed solemn euaet meats to the c<
trary. Such a course might even
ate in impeachment, and the Prc
dent and his Cabinet officers undei
trial at the same time.
What a commentary does even t
little pamphlet, with its magnifie
statistics and useful information,
bibit of the political condition o
country, equal, if not superior, in
the resources and elements of gre
ness, to any other in the world! \\
may the intelligent foreigner excla;
"Mein Gott, what a country, wha
people!"
RAISING INFANTRY.-We are
formed by a gentleman who came
on the Augusta train pn last eveni
that a lady at Bamnferg, yestcrd
gave birth to lour children-all bc
The youngsters were doing well wi
the irai a came by.
SMA?JT? POX.-Tho Winnsboro JV
notices a case of small pox in t
town-a negro, in the basement
tho old Fairfield Hotel. The Ti
Council are taking proper steps
prevent the spread of the disease.
Quarreling Over tlxe Spoils.
Our New England and New York
compatriots are in a most unbecom?
ing state of ill humor. ' Read the fol?
lowing, from the Springfield Repub?
lican, (radical:)
"THE NEW BOUNTY Binn AND A
NEW SECTIONALISM.-There was a
straight sectional contest over the
bounty hill in the House, Friday
not, this time, between North and
South, but between East and West,
anti the latter conquered by exactly
its numerical preponderance, without
regard to pnrty. And in the debate,
as well ns the voting, it was made
clear that it was a mere struggle of
brute force, with the least possible
regard to justice or any recognized
principle. Mr. Sclienck, of Ohio,
who engineered the bill, undertook
to play the despot, according to the
prevailing style in that body, aud re?
fused to permit any attempt at
amendment, but he did not carry
such vigor of personal authority as
does Mr. Stevens, and the members
grew restive under it, and refused to
order thc previous question, thus
opening the bill to debate aud amend?
ment. Mr. Schenck stated the
amount of money required by the
bill at anywhere from a hundred to
to five hundred millions-what is a
hundred millions more or less^-o a
groat nation like' this? It was shown
by the representatives from the East?
ern States aud New York that the
result of deducting bounties pre?
viously paid will be, that only the
Western soldiers will get the benefit
of the bill-that, in fact, it will take
several hundred millions from the
soldiers and people of the East, and
put it in the pockets of the soldiers
of the West, for bounties that their
own States should pay thom, if they
ave to be paid at all. To this fair
showing, which they did not under?
take to deny, the Western members
replied that three times as many
Eastern as Western soldiers deserted,
and that the East could afford to pay
the money, because it had wrung its
wealth out of the West by high tariffs;
and, moreover, they wanted to prove
that, henceforth, the West is to con?
trol in national legislation. So the
Western mon stood together, Repub?
licans and copperheads, and imposed
this tax on the East, for their own
benefit, by a vote of ninety-two to
sixty-nine. To add to the aggravation
of this deliberate act of robbery, Mr.
Schenck coolly tells us that this bill
merely meets 'the first expectation of
tho soldier," and he hopes hereafter
to bring bounties up to 'the highest
standard paid.' This new sectional?
ism starts oil' magnificently, indeed,
and it may soon become a question
how much wo have gained by ex?
changing Southern for Western su?
premacy."'
It is extremely refreshing to boara
radical abusing legislation "by brute
force," ?md calling for '?justice and
principle;" to hoar a radical charac?
terize the "prevailing style" in the
House of Representatives : s "play?
ing ?ue despot," and so forth. But
the most interesting matter is the
dispute between the East and West,
as to which side furnished the most
deserters!
No doubt, gentlemen of New Eng?
land, it is very hard to have Hoosiers
for masters, but you will have te
stand it.
BLOODY EIGHT.-The Orangeburg
Times has the following account of a
bloody rencontre in that District:
We learn that on Monday, the 21st
ult., the house of Mr. Thos. B. Tyler,
jr., was broken open, and a large
amount of clothing taken out. Mr.
Tyler, who had been tit a spring
about 100 yards from the house, saw
the rogue making his escape. Ht
caught np his gun and pursued, over?
took the negro and ordered him tc
halt. The negro drew a revolver une!
threatened to kill Tyler if he followed
him. Tyler fired at him about forty
yards off, and thinks he hit him. Tw<
of Tyler's dogs coming up, broughl
the negro to buy, whereupon Tylei
rushed iqi to him, (the negro conti?
nuing to snap his pistol at Tyler,) anc
by a blow over the head with his guu?
brought him to his knees. The ne?
gro, however, being much the strong?
est man, got the gun from Tyler anc
jumped on him, striking him with his
pistol on the breast and head. In thc
scuffle, Tylor got out his knife ant
stabbed the negro in tho bowels
whereupon.. he jumped off and rar
away into Dean Swamp. The grouu<
was covered with blood where the}
fought, and the negro must be badi}
hurt. No clue to the name of tin
rogue has been obtained.
AKKESTED.-Sheriff Paysinger ar
rested a man, Monday last, who gav<
several aliasen, among others that o
Burkhead and Brown, and assumet
that of Captain C. V. Hamilton, o
Edgefield. We learn that he threat
ened several citizens of our Distric
recently, and shot at others. He ii
under the custody of the sheriff.
[ Newbeivy J ?en dd.
Tho Louisville Journal says: Lo
Bradshaw, au old citizen of Barrel
County, who for many years ha:
lived at the residence of Mr. Allel
Bradshaw, about ten miles Iron
Glasgow, near Tracy post office, diet
at five o'clock, on last Saturday morn
ing, the Kith inst., of starvation.
The attempt to smuggle by mai
$3,000 worth of diamonds set in i
cork shaving failed in New York
Thursday, and the jewels were con
fiscated.
Interesting from Liberia.
The ship Golconda bas returned
from Liberia. Thc following are ex?
tracts from accounts she brings:
Outward, she bad a quick and plea?
sant run, and landed her passengers
in good health and spirits, except
four, who died on the passage. Of
these, two were infants, a young wo?
man, and Kev. Alfred Alberts, of
Newberry, South Carolina, a worthy
minister of the Methodist Church,
; who died instantly from apoplexy the
I very morning after thc ship left
Charleston.
Rev. John Seys, who was a passen?
ger on the Golconda, was received
January 2, by President Warner, as
Minister Resident and Consui-Gene
ral of the United States to that Go?
vernment. The Vice-President, Ca?
binet, Judge of the Supreme Court,
and the whole diplomatic corps were
in attendance on this occasion.
The Legislature of Liberia adjourn?
ed January 8, after a session of five
weeks. Among tho acts passed was
one increasing tho grant of lands to
emigrants from this country to three
acres to r. single adult, and twenty
five acres to each family.
The general election, to be held on
the fir.-t Tuesday in May next, for
President, Vice-President, Senators
and Representatives, was receiving
considerable attention. Some <>f the
delegates to a convention about to
convene had waited upon President
Warner, and requested him to accept
a third nomination for the honorable
position he nsw so worthily and use?
fully fills; but he declined, as he pre?
fers to retire to private life. Every?
thing in Liberia appears to be in a
state of improvement. Commerce is
increasing.
Henry W. Jolmson, jr., who pro?
ceeded from a barber's shop, at Ca
naudaigua, New York, to the bar of
the Supreme Court of that State,
says, in a hitter dated at .Monrovia,
where he is building up an extensive
practice: "I intend to cultivate cof?
fee, cocoa, ginger, pepper, ?tc. I
have purchased hindson the banks of
the St. Paul's River, and will begin
to cultivate them as soon as I can at?
tend to the business myself. 1 can
do this and also practice law. Messrs.
Moore and Johnson, leading lawyers
of this city, are also farmers. My
original impression is now strength
ed and confirmed, by experience ami
observation, that tue best interests ol
the emigrant requires that he should
rely chiefly upon tho cultivation ol
the soil to supply present wants ami
secure a futuro competency."'
'-Tm: FAMINE IN SOUTH CAROLINA. -
The Southern Famine Relief Com?
mission of New York have received
many letters from South Carolina, all
of which agrc'i in representing the
scarcity of provisions in that State as
being of the most serious character.
It extends over nearly the whole
State, and unless relief be quickly
given, nothing, it is stated, can pre?
vent absolute starvation among thc
poorer classes, while a large nambo
of the planters and farmers will ht
left without seed for the next crop,
The New York Post says:
Gov. OIT writes that the destitutioi
is so great and severe that 500,00t
bushels of corn are estimated to ht
needed to feed the people, over anc
above all that can be obtained withir
the State. Col. Wm. Nettles, a gen
tleman of high standing in Sumtei
District, has been in this city with i
bond signed by about seventy-five
planters, in which they pledge theil
next cotton crop as security for abou
$10,000 worth of corn and bacon. H<
could find no ene to take his bond
and has left the city, after obtaining
2,000 bushels of corn from the Com
mission for the relief of the very poo
of his District, saying that unless In
could find some persons in some othe
city to make the necessary advances
he did not see how it would be possi
bie for the piantersof Sumter Distric
to put iu their seed the present sea
son.
A similar statement comes from tin
most prominent men in Lancaste
District, of the same State, who offe
to mortgage their real estate as se
curity foi the corn and bacon neede(
to supply the wants of the peopl
until another harvest can be gather
ed in.
Representations of the same chu
racter come from Richland, Green
ville, Darlington and Greenwooi
Districts, and it is believed that a
least 100,000 people-one-quarter o
the population of the whole State o
South Carolina-are now in absolut
need of provisions, and, if relief i
not given, tho number must increas
every week until July.
RUMORED NEGRO NOMINATION r.
THE PR?SIDENT.-It is rumored tim
the President will nominate to th
Senate a negro for some importan
office. The rumor grows out of th
fact that a petition has been presente
to the President asking him to ay
point Fred. Douglass Commissionc
of the Freedmen's Bureau.
The President has said it would b
a good opportunity to test the sir
cerity of radical affection for the nc
gro, by submitting Iiis name to th
Senate, but it is hardly probable i
will be done.
A negro poet is giving readings i
Washington.
William T. Sherman is known a
"Military Bill."
LETTER FROM TEXAS.-The Ander?
son Intelligencer has received a private ,
letter from one of the colony which I
left that District sonic; time in Oe- \
tober last for the El Dorado of the
West. He represents the entire co?
lony well pleased with the country,
I ?in says that all have gone to work
with a determination to achieve suc?
cess in their labors. The following
extract, fr.>m the paper published in
Jasper shows the spirit with which j
they were welcomed:
SOUTH CABOLTKA AHOY! -WC wei- '
come most Cordially .a number ed' emi?
grants, from the Palmetto State, to
this County. Weare informed that
thc colony consists of 103 persons,
(white.) who have domiciliated on
Thickcty, about ten milos from our
town. :
They seem to bo people of tin; right
sort, earnest, energetic, thorough
going, and bring with them ereilen-'
tials of the highest character from
their old State.
"Long may they wave," and may'
old Anderson District soon send us a
thousand more of the same sort!
In the name of all our citizens, we
bid these newly-arrived ones a kindly, \
friendly welcome.
" ? ?? ? ?
BELIEF FOR THE SOUTHERN PEOPLE.
Tho New York Tribune announces i
that a Government vessel will, under !
a late joint resolution of Congress, 1
leave that port, in a few days, to carry i
: freo whatever may meantime be eon- '
I tributed by the citrons to food tho
famishing poor at tho South. Tho
Tribune, utter stating chat the vessel
should bo freighted to her utmost ca?
pacity with corn and meat, adds:
Wo are amazed at the apathy with
which the appeals hitherto made for I
our starving countrymen have been
met. As yet, apart from what our j
noble women have raised, only $35,- j
OOO have boon contributed. Ten j
years ago, a like appeal would have !
been responded to at the rate ol' hun
dreds Of thousands per day. Are
these people loss near tous because of
their need? Let us resolve that at
Toast $100,000 shall be contributed
this week by our city. Let us not be
shamed by St. Louis, which has
given $126,000.
THE MrLTTAity BILL.-The Nash- j
ville Union <ind DispalcJi says of the i
Southern military bill:
The bill for governing the South-j
ern States, which passed Congress on |
Wednesday night, is given elsewhere
in full, iris misbegotten und mis-?
simpen mulatto hermaprhodite-half
military and half civil -out of thc |
rejected constitutional amendment by
old Thad. Stevens. Tt is a thing i
which no man, who voted for it, con- j
siders fair to look upon, and that j
every mau who voted against it ut- j
tei lv loathes. its military half is j
milder than the radicals desired, !
while its civil half is worse than the ;
constitutional amendment lately re?
jected. It is odious to every man
who respects the Constitution and
loves tho Government.
HORRIBLE DEATH.-A musician be?
longing to one of the French regi?
ments has just met with an extraor?
dinary death at Vera Cruz. He was
engaged to play at a ball, and being
thirsty, went out into the garden, and
finding a water bottle on the terrace,
took it np and drank freely. Sud?
denly he raised a cry of agony, and
upon assistance arriving, it was found
that an enormous centipede had fixed
its mandibles in his throat. The ani?
mal had taken up its abode in the
mouth of the bottle, and was washed
into his neck in the act of drinking.
A surgeon who was called was obliged
to cut it to pieces, but the poison of
the bite eaused death in a few hours.
THE BANKRUPT BILL.-The bank?
rupt bill hangs fire. This is its se?
cond session. We learn that it has
recently received a chock from a
wealthy merchant of New York, who
was a member of the lobby only a
few days ago, and who declared to
the members of Cougress that the
South owed him $7,000,000, and if
thc bankrupt bill passed, he would
never get a cent of it. This being
the case, we suppose Congress will
not dare pass it.
[A uti raul Republican.
KANSAS AND FEMALE SUFFRAGE.
The following is the joint resolution
on the suffrage question, which
passed the Kansas Legislature:
"Resolved, That the proposition to
strike the word "male" from section
one of article five of the Constitution
of the State is hereby submitted to
the electors of the State for ratifica?
tion or rejection, in compliance with
section one of article fourteen of the
Constitution."
THE PRUSSIAN CONSCRIPTION.- A
letter from Habersleben says: "You
cannot form an idea of the emotion
eaused in Northern Schleswig by the
conscription for the Prussian army.
Nearly 4,000 youths have left the
country to escape wearing the Prus?
sian uniform; they have taken refuge
in Denmark, where they will enter
tho Danish army."
EDGEFIELD.-The Ailrerlis'-r, of
the 27th, has the following notice:
The citizens of tho District aro re?
quested to assemble at Meeting
Street, (J. S. Smyly's,) on Thursday,
the 28th inst., to take into considera?
tion the propriety of legally suspend?
ing the Spring Term' of Court at
Edgefield C. H., S. C.
New Hampshire has $900,OOO in?
vested in school-houses.
The Baton Bouge Sugar Plantar j
?ays cane is too .scarce ia Louisiana b: ?
rnako much sugar before 181'?;), by j
which time there will bc plant and i
ratoon cane enough to make a full J
crop.
f JIMMI
Friday Evening, March 1, 1807. !
Jannoy's 33L"o,l.X.
Entire New Programme I !
CIOME AND SEK THEM. Only FIFTY
/ CENTS admission, and you can get
reserved scats without any ?ddi?oual
charge.
Doors open at quarter to 7 o'clock -the
HACKET to commence at 7.:10.
Phoenix Axe, Hook and Ladder Co.
AN adjourned meeting of this Company
will take ph-ce THIS EVENING, at
their Hall, at 8 o'elook.
March 1 VV. W. DEANE. Secretary.
Fill, CH S?Y.
JUST received and in Store:
">0 bbls. Extra and Super FLOUR.
5D0 bushels prime White CORN.}
40 bales HAY. Appb to
March 1 LIS STN A il IK F.I.E.
SALT, SALT.
IN STOKE, FRESH LIVERPOOL SALT,
lower than it bas been odored in Colum?
bia, bv FISHER .-c LOWRANCE.
March 1
Soda and Fancy Biscuit,
BY" thebarrel or :it retail.
March 1 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
PSAS I PEAS!
171 OR sale bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
1 March 1
ONION SETTS.
rr BUSHELS WHITE and YELLOW
<J ONION SETTS, for sale bv
Feb 23 E. & G." D. HOPE.
SEED OATS.
i f\f\ BUSH. SPRING SEED OATS.
-4-VJV / f<>r sale by
Feb 2:5 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Teas ! Teas ! !
A T VERY HIC1I PRICES.
?TA. Imperial, *
Gun-Powder,
Oolong.
The verv best that can be had. Just re
ceivedby" FISHER ? LOWRANCE.
To Arrive.
ITWIGHT THOUSAND bushels PRIME
Li WHITE COEN.
1.500 bushels Oats.
50 barrels Pink Eye Potatoes.
At BROWNE & SCHIUMER'S,
Feb 27 Vol-, i's Old Stand.
JUST RECEIVED,
0BOXES FINE ORANGES.
i .? " LEMONS. Low for cash
at JOHN C. SEEGERS A Ct).'S.
Feb 26
Extra Breakfast Strips!
1PICKLED HAMS. Low for cash at
Fob 20 J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
Fresh Crackers!
JUST RECEIVED:
6 bbls. fresh SODA HISCUTT.
2 bbls. GINGER SNAl'S.
2 ' OYSTER CRACKERS.
2 " Extra Butter "
2 .' Fancy Pic-Nic "
2 " Lemon Biscuits. All fresh from
the bakery. 4 C. SEEGERS & CO.
Feb 20 '
10 BOXES CHEESE.
OW to dealers, at
i Feb 26_J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
MULES FOR SALE.
25 WELL-BROKE YOUNG
MULES for salo.
Feb 26 CHAS. LOGAN.
Third Supply ol' Fresh Seed.
DAVID LAN DR KT II <fc SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, 1 ddish,
Green-glaze Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and Beans, Extra Early Cuni, Blue
Stem Collard, new Tomato Seed and other
varieties, at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Feb 20 Drug and Seed Store.
HATS, HATS.
Fifty Dozen Hats,
AT SEW TOBK COST!
FOB THREE DAYS ONLY!
C10NSISTING of Cents', Bows' and
J Youths' CASSIMEKE. BEAVER, PA?
NAMA, FELT, WOUL, LEGHORN and
PALM HATS.
AISO,
A large stock of EXTRA CARPET BAGS
and Ladies' SATCHELS. Call and exa?
mine, and be convinced.
ALFRED TOLLESON.
Ha?s! Hats!
HEW STYLES!
.1 ix ss 1 R, ecci ved
BY
?. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD,
Feb 16 Bedell's Row.
FINK SEASON.- After some days of
charming spring weather, we en?
joyed, yesterday, a rain, which will
be beneficial to early gardens. We
hope a frost will not follow.
FOREIGN PAPERS.-We are indebted
to Mr. H. S. Bruce Tor a late eopy of
the London Times, ami to Mr. Ro?
bert McDougall for ?i copy of the
Glasgow 11-).> dd. Such favors arc
very acceptable, and we thank our
friends for tin ir favors.
TUE VARIETIES. -There is a double
incentive to go .md see tin' Varieties
to-night. One is to enjoy the amuse?
ment uttered, and the other to contri?
buto to the funds of the Ladies' Me?
morial Association. The performance
to-night will bo for the benefit of the
Association. Tin1 progaammeisgood.
QUIET ('irv.-The ad uamble order
j maintained in this city, ami an uuu
! sual quiet prevailing for some days
past, leave tho "local" but a scanty
I source of supply for his brief paru
I graphs. Everything is progressing '
quietly-indeed, too quietly for busi
\ noss prosperity, and for the vocation
! ol' the local editor.
j GliAD To SEE Tr.- -Fur several days
past, wo have observed very largo
? quantities of corn hoing transported
j from our railroad depots. The quan?
tity is larger than we have seen come
to our city for many months. Our
advertisers, 1 bowne A Schirmer, Le?
vin A' Mikell, tho Messrs. Hopes and
others, are doubtless receiving a full
portion of those consignments.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
?..re published this morning for tho first
time:
Fisher A Lowrance-Peas, Salt, k?.
Levin & Mikel! -Flour, Corn, Hay.
Meeting Axe, Hook and Ladder Co.
.1. C. Januey-?List of Letters.
Oolcgate's Aromatic Vegetable Soap.
The Chicago Tribuno, a furiously
radical paper, declares that just as
soon as the reconstruction question
is settled the North-west will vote
solid for the abolition of extortionate
and oppressive duties and taxes not
levied to support the Government
but to plunder the masses for the
benefit ot' special classes. New Eng?
land is likely to sit. on the stool of
penitence by-and-by.
The Bath limes says Brig". Gen.
F. D. Sewall, of that city, Inspector
General of the Freedmen's Bureau,
is ordered to Virginia to dispose of
the freedman who are encamped in
I various portions of that ?State, pro
' curing homes for them when it can
j be done, forwarding the remainder
to other points North and West,
where nomes are to be provided for
them.
HEAVY FAILURE.-A telegram from
Raleigh, N. C., on the 23d, states
that the well-known publishing house
of W. B. Smith, proprietor of the
Field and Fireside, a weekly paper,
and the publisher of the Land We
Love, failed that day, their liabilities
being epiite heavy.
VEOETAM.K OILS.-Medicinal vegetables
have been brought into service by Colgate
A Co., in the manufacture of their Aro?
matic Vegetable Soap -a newthinpr, which
must be a very favorite preparation, from
its mild and healing properties. Those
who once become accustomed to the
beneficial action of this Soap will use no
other.
LANDRETH'S
GAHDEN SEEDS.
FIVE HUNDRED dozen papers of
FRESH SEED, just received. At
wholesale aud retail. E. POLLARD.
Feb 1 fig_
FISHING TACKLE.
' ? A LARGE and COMPLETE ASSORT
! i;JMENT of Silk, Grass, Flax and Cotton
?Lines. Also, 25.000 Genuine Limerick,
a, Kirby and Virginia HOOKS; Limerick
Vllnois on Gut; Cork Floats, Trout Spin
Pners and Fly-Spoons; Artificial Bait,
^.Fishing Rods', Multiplying Peels. Just
received at E. POLLARD'S.
Feb 1 fni24_
BLEASE & DUE,
Practical Mechanics,
HAVING hat? long experience in
[tho TIN and STOVE BUSINESS,
ofter their services to tho peoplo of
^Columbia and surrounding country.
JOB WOKK entrusted to their caro will
bo executed with neatness and despatch.
ROOFING ..nd GUTTERING done by
them will be warranted to give full satis?
faction.
Washington Street, Columbia, S. C.
Feb 10
FEMALE SEMINARY,
COLUMPIA, S. C.
Tilt: NIX I' SESSION of thc
nbscriber's SCHOOL will be?
rgin on MONDAY, March 1. and
gi continue until Wednesday, July
*31. An elementary class of
r.dl <A\rU will bc received at
i:)a month; boardersal 85 a week. Other
rates as heretofore. Besides a complete
English Course, Ancient and Mod,-rn Lan?
guages, Mathematics and Music ( ?orough
(y taught. W. MULLER,
Formerly Principal (nineteen ycars^ of
Columbia Female Academy, and foi last
four vears President Lucy Cobb Female
Institute, Athens, Ga. F?b 2-1 G
Breakfast Bacon.
TWO THOUSAND lbs. BACON STRIPS,
for salo low by E. A G. D. HOJ*E.
Feb 13

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