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COLUMBIA, ? C., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1868. VOLUME IV-NO. 3C
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
E?lTO',l ANT) ?nOPBI^TOn. ., ')
Omeo on Main street, a few doors above
Taylor (br Canteen) street. t
ricRMs^-iy\j) \JA ye E.
Daiiv i*v>or, m montis..141)0
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Insertion, and 50 cents for.cach subsequent.
Weekly 73 cents each instrtiou.
**r Attbernl discount made on t\e aho*!*
?raies''o'tea advertisements are inserted by
the montU or year.,
J,' R. Allon, Chester.
Julius Poppe, Audcrton C. H.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
JamOB Grant, Union.
A Southern Womnn't Protest.
To Hon. B. H. HUI-^SIB: I have
read your eloquent appeal to patriots
to rally to the rescue of their country
from ruin and infamy. You appeal
to the women of the South to arouse
Ifom their grief stricken - apathy and
for the South oboe more. You
ye not called iu vain. In every
ronnly heart you have awakened a
eep response, and being one with
them in the great sisterhood of sor?
row, in- their name I speak. We
havo not been silent from insensibili?
ty to the dishonor thrust upon us,
. but from a grief too deep for words.
' Sir, we Jo not deem ourselves
equal to the discussion of State craft
and questions of political import,
but we do feel that oil tho subject of
personal honor and State pride we
. are competent to give an opinion. In
Our country's cause we lost our all-^
friends, fortunes, homes; yet wc felt
that though-like Francis, nt Pavia
"all was lost savo honor," ia thal we
had a priceless jewel still. To see
demagogues, now in ppwer, barter
that jewel for n meaa-oj>-pot.Uge, ia a
grief beyond endurance, a Lumilia
' ion hard to bear. We, the women
tho South, now speak. We take
vantage of your courteous appeal
to make our protest-a protest I
st threatened dishonor,.n pto- I
gainst injustice doue tho dead,
test against all conventions.
out ton months siqce, several
arteles appeared in the New York
Ifeiild, and were copied in tho. seve?
ral btato papers, purporting to show1
form l,\ ublio opinion in South Curo
linaT" If the articles had been
stylJd 'ffiWpress of South Carolina,"
they , would have been hearer the
tm th, f-dr they were a truthful ospo
sitioii of tho weathercock p<'li'.ics
then foisted upon public notice by
Wthe several Charleston dailies, nud
which were void of interest sud rep?
resented nothing. To a paragraph
in one of those articles I call ntteu-1
tiom I h ive waited for able, manly j
2 pens to givo it the lie, which simple :
justice to the dead demanded-bat '
waited in vain. Defeated valor linds i
no champion, now, and it is left toi
women to defend the braves 'who'
died for us."
Atter an unjust attack upon men
whoso motives he could not pene?
trate, and whoso ability ho leonid
dither emulate nor understand, this
F mitre r-safe with the cold bars of
orr ivo bo tween him and hp vio
'..i-'thr.3 strikes tho dead: 'The
Jader.-t in politics, our Sensors,
?ember.s of Congress and Govern
pre, goaded the people to secotsion
^nd war; ?nd when the war cime,
r that did tUese gentlemen do, nish
?he front and lead forlorn hopes?
ew, perhaps, muy bo f?nnd hythe
gent historian, bat the vant mijo
y iu this, and other Southern
\tes, went lo Congress, held other
\l oin ces, und became collector* of
?'his is not true. The statesmen
id Governor* did not goad the pjeo
fle to secession and war. The reso?
lution was a great popular irpheaml,
political and social necessity. *It
iras the bloody result of mental aid
i>ral antagonism, and the states
Lu could not nave prevented it. jit
no mere persounMurue, and had no
Hellish a?ia. Mofibby iuspired forc
bodiugsyas proJBs 'they spoke to
the jbeanta, La?>t to their charge
the mighty.,woe3hint have belalleu
theifc coq?ntry. 1 well might the
Jew?oo^deoin prophet* of old
/for np.'' dWnfalM ^Jerusalem ; be
caus?Ahen ?ncJKVo? of inspiration
hfteflB&frVU ofMokituro, blasting
tbeirJ?ftt'withWMk 'of the city's
foll^^^^pStiou, j j \vering lips
I jud jSSRt yuponHWlc.?triotism of
otHfi?' sl!yftU Wlose ^^Qality is so
j weoi^wff?'itjfct'hp.viug business
of lOTswTMffllr tfltlmacy, invariably
8eci?^^5^^umP^an*1' ageul:> an<l
fair ft?eq^Wffb jErie of those crea
tnra^t^aTpffen eftp into tho coun
oilaJHtM?A sotlwggest vile craft,
nnoVKHPMme dlfetato policy. Ol
the vBlHslodSsts ?Et composed tho
ranjjy^jd file oflRie Confederate
nrmy* "Caroli?iiu?teould know hut
little. By personAontact, he could
not ju?o?? tjtfP'^>VD8 secured s
safe ^itifpfit W[B 'bullets never
whisJJed /nor JBou thundered.
NeiMer could Know thom all
throBgh public pflfj for runny of thc
noblfcst did brn"??ity in common
^ile, Rnd their naue'sjwere never phi
cnrdld in capital) dratbe walls.
Tlie rcprrsf.'lttlle secessionisti
froiuithis State, ?MEonfedei-ute ser
vice 'were Mea^yflvntt, Gregg
Marflrt>&Vv?^y^H| and where un
thov'now-k 2 ?jfli Hosts they fell
marers to^-^H m%n" ~anse th?;
(? the othe^B?l, the men o
UniA pa?cIivitii'^j?ibse .who tool
oouulel of timid J?yrs, and preschet
discretion upon Falstaff principles
who.^cither as floating chaff or exoil
ed sedinispfc. only awiddied the eui
rent thtffi?Acl nptpem-during th
wftr,,vjij B|^rotilfl?/' With a vene
allegiflHTthey pWR! tribute iu thei
h ear ?JlW??ne flesbj-?s of Egypte ye
BoughnKiBonal stlffy in the friend!
tents HRtraeA^tVlale war's coudie
battledraftf almr1, Mid home, the;
cowecet9iiXonfe4ea'ate capitals an
quartemaater's ware-houses, anic
under ttei rafuge of some fortuna!
disabiIrSfci-*enjoy< st the warmth c
hPATfch-efEaer,- W ?tr? ?re they now,
Whining at tho iqors of negro cot
ventions, deplori if past associ?t io
with patriots ah? gentlemen, di
nonncing dead, lcroes as criminal
repudiating the vhite race of whio
they ave degenerate off-shoots, an
begging for thof'?rumbs that fu
from the negro's ^t^ble. A thousar
times better are bur dead lions, thu
such living dogstasjrthese.
As womjn of tbeSocth, we prote
against all conventions. Since tl
war, they have, in every instanc
been either abortive or productive <
disaster. * Tho first, composed i
senile paterfamilias and demoralize
home guards, (lid that in their f
toity that Congress would not do
bartered away'the rights and pr
porty of n people without their co
sent, or making them compensatio
The seconal was a ghastly farce enuc
ed npon'.tne boards at Philadelphi
and we marvel that no one has he
np its deprecating servility and mor
cowardice to the scorn of the worl
that there hos been from the Sou
no indignant denunciation ol' i
pitiful weakness, fraudulent exp
dients, political perjury, person
and representntivehurniliation. It
but au act of simpld justico to t
South to assert tho fact, patent to ?
tho world, but os yet unackowledg
by our people, that these men,
forgetful of personal and State pru
ao obsequious and acquiescent, w
went over into a hostile country a
shook in amity tho bloody hands
our enemies, vere uot repr?sent?t
?ieu. They were trading poli
ians merely. They had no ric,
tp wrong us so. A small majori
mere tools of ambi-dextrous C
?erriors then in power, sent th
there. They could, in politic forp
fulness of tho past, take Now Ei
Uud Pharisees to board and bear
stone, but they had no right-to sp<
for the State. For them to do
was an act of usurpation, and ska;
leas was their abuse of the poss
power. In the nntno of their sovi
States, they abandoned the preci
right of sovereignty; they blnckoi
the memories of their illustri
djeuu, by disclaiming tho princij
rj f>i -wu icu wiojr ?1.1.1, luejr lusili
3 Aie .Lares and Beuates of Sooth*
i tontes, by cheering that flag Khi
, waUi through ou^juid was iiliirnu
bia/.! Jig r offley fy s. South
Efcti Sou-hfJH??M,-. South
Mb'"' B?? T'<Ui
Ma . . i ? jjM
At a holocaust so ghastly, well might
Carolina, like Agamemnon of old,
veil her sight from tho blastiug sacri?
fice. Massachusetts and South Ca?
rolina clasping >'Jnuds in fraternal
lovel. SouthernJw omen looked in
scorn on the un? Jy alliance, and re
?ardod the i.ctortfrit,h tho feelings of
lichkl, Saul's qvlghter, when, look?
ing through bel J window, she saw
David, tho Kin? leaping and danc?
ing in scanty Sarments. (IT Sa?
muel, Chapter "VI, Verse 16.) "Gen
tlnmon of tUa ^l.r-^nt;,^ " V.'hst did
you accomplishr The salvation of,
your country? Alas! no. Rome; it
is true, was once naved by the cack?
ling of geese, but success did not.
follow your imitation of that illus?
trious precedent. The South still
bears her burdell and her chains.
The Yankee, iu dUthis characteristic
abominations, ' prowls ?TI ry where.
They aro frogs in our kneading
troughs; they ?tc maggots in our
country's fostering wounds. And
pero the Yankee will remain; all tho
riroolivitiei of bpi nature impel him
?o it-for, "his i,* not the generous
rapacity of tho princely eagle, who
snatches away tft.e living, struggling
prey; he is A vulture, who feeds upon
:he prostrate, the dying and the
lead." Lawrence Keitt, tho Patrick
denry of secession, in one of his
tupa SM on ed appeals for timely re
istance to encroaching tyranny, ex
laimcd, "O, mvj countrymen! crush
be serpent on mint door-sill, before
? coils on yonrAeurth-stone." Alas
.r the women ? the South! the ser?
eu t is coileilJH^pre, ami spits his
?uoin on our uBiily bread, and the
nids thBj|r\^ni?.t to crush it aro
bled and ?$XB
The secondVjHlrention was n fail?
ure. It was a^H.jsed of gentlemen
cjiivering nnd^/H, sense of coming
?grace-alivetffjt not equal, to the
necessity of $f?>a. Its president
vvLs a man more ?ropo to sit in pub?
li? judgment onflle discretion and
v^lor of others, Hin display similar
mvrits of his owl 1
Of the lastCo?'?ation, (so-called,)
the .\nlawf'.u jO'^bly at the Club
House, I cannflB (ak. When thc
Gi vernor of aVjH addresses a cnn
eng of negroe^HHgtuitlemen of thc
?'ruYention,''^BB|is for that State
i ?Hfk>ut&? iWat?^^^es, there is om
sblp further-its recognition ant"
ratification by tho people.
far, havo we net cause to protest
ngAiust conventions? llave they no'
beau fruitful of disasterV Is it no
tin* thut iheir dread work shouh
1 'here is the jivdiee of the South':
put ishment? A punishment to bi
jus should becommensurate with th?
ma nitudo of the crime committed
Th South was nocrimiual. The ac
of ^cession was but a manifest nt ioi
of 1er right of scvereignty, and b;
tho act she but^ iought to save he
puhsic chastity fruin the corruptioi
of Yankee ideas, and her domesti
honor from the pollution of Yanko
mor?is. Did isbu sin, in that sh
soumit with desparato devotion t
saveultar and hear h-stone from dese
oration and de?leueut, uud iu draw
iug the sword o State when he
crow i of sovereig.ty was in danger
and giving her ems and her sith
stain o to uphold he cause of reli
giouf and civil lberty? And, toe
the Belf-devotiou ?I her daughter*
the valor of her sc IF; tho heroism c
soldier-boys, whosi "jackets of grey
aro vestures of ?usure; aro thes
things to bo ashaaed of? acts to b
?repudiated? sins t> be ntoned for
lie believe not. But it' an iutxoi
able Nemeses deniuds our pnuisi
menvi for sins suci as these, we ni
willijig to suffer ?ad die. W 'au
fait! in the ultimu9 triumph .Coi
fedc 'ate principles and to their cam
we lev?te our ac'.vities. We ha^
the ipirit for thu vnk. Ever) wan
privation and disutcr we lay at tl
do/r of tho Ypnbe and his pliai
tuM, the renegade Southerner. W
ft'el that their butte with us is n
iver. "The bugli has snug true
and no more calls o arms;" and Co
. '.''derate valor no l>hger triumphs i
\ oinks overpowered)!) glorious butti
IftcUls, but the war ruges still. Tb
on* fought us v. th shot and she
theV now fight ia with want ai
/VnrtYf. As icu. di'/ not yield to t
[ fornt we will mi yield to the latte
ITbejrVsire to bro s tho spirit of t
1 Soyth^hrough tln?raviug activity
A Uy se8es, to undttmine the hen
l\ei*d?l'. the soul.' Famine faces \
Mi ul&ti io\ -oe of i jp Yankees woi
9L hg'.^heiforo, in : Spirit of defiam
MJncet\ ijjjt it R;? defeat it. Tl
WB'1''^ ''ir laUifi, encourage t
MJ^'otj?^'q,,}?t um hasten to luatu
LVBF ?i , "?mi)} c?*??i?ls; and. w
?B_r,n^?,,JeV./ pr y God have i iel
gHLii? ail. I
H^ALrr ,: J. f y th* woroon
BttWmr wmn' ' '
etl voa, and we now pledge ourselves,
with dignity, to submit to the en?
forced rulo of the laud, arid patiently
enduro want and famine, rather than
our fathers and husbands should
plead our distress to justify, on their j
part, au act of dishonor.
. . NIOBE.
cerning the end of all things are
made ny religious enthusiasts; and,
on the other hand, philosophers in?
sist that the centro of the earth is a
??ass of fire-that the poles of the
earth will one day be at the equator,
and that the sun is gradually fading!
Talk like this is very terrible; but,
pending such wholesale calamities, it
will be I as well for each member of
society to take care of his or her
health, hud leave tho rest to Provi?
The end comes prematurely to all
who neglect the preservation of that
inestimable blessing. Suffer liver
disease, dyspepsia, chronic constipa?
tion or any other ailment to take its
course uucheoked, and it will assured?
ly shorten life. It cannot be said
that the means of protecting the sys?
tem against the predisposing canses
of disease are withheld. The con?
stitutions ami physique of tho least
robust maybie so strengthened^ and
fortified bv a course of HOSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTEB8 as to
render them all but invulnernab??*,
not only to the attacks of epidemic
disorders, but also to the ordin?ry
complaints which prevail in all coun?
tries and at all seasons. If the im?
mense importance of PROTECTTVE
MEDICATION were universally under?
stood, this incomparable vegetable
antidote, which is already the moBt
popular tonio in the world, wonld
everywhere be classed among the
staples of life, and no family would
fin rc to be without it. The time may
arrive when this will be the case, for
orery year adda hundreds of thou?
sands to* tho list of those who use it.
. April fe)_fg ---
M A Kill A GK AND CELIBACY-AN
ESSAY FOR YOUNG MEN on the Crime ol
Solitude, arti tho Diseases and Abuses
which create Impediments. to Marriage,
with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed
letter envelopes, free of charge. Address
Dr. J. SKTILL1N HOUGHTON, Howard
Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
Feb 1 I 3mo
XT011^*0!00- A Novel. By Henry Ward
JLl Beecher. Price $150.
DAVID, il* King o? Israel. By Krum
inacher. Prico $1.75.
The Maawuc:o ol'St. Bartholomew. By
Whito. Preceded by a History of the Re?
ligious Wars.i $1.75.
Andreas Hofer, the Tyrolaae Patriot
Au Historical Novel. By Mnhlbach.
Tho Poetry and Complement of Court?
The Three Little Spades. By Mis? War?
Charlotte's Inheritance-A Sequel to
"Birds ot Pruv.''
Sooner or Liter. By Shirley Brooks. A
firi-t class nov;-].
And other Now Bonks. For salo at
April 16 R. L. BRYAN.
CASn will be paid, on deliverv, for
sound, will kept COTTON SEED, in
auv quantity, at 75 cents per 100 lbs., by
ROBERT BRYCE <fc SON,
Comer Riohsr It-oil and Blanding'strs.,
Amil 8 lmo_ Columbia, s. C.
ALE: ALE! ! ALE! ! !
1PENNANT'S SCOTCH ALE,
. Aitkun's Aloa Alo,
Jeffrey's Sparkling Edinburg Al ',
English Porter, Ac. For salo by
April U .GEO. BYMMRRS.
The Industrial School.
milE above tCHOOL, on Arsenal Hill,
JL resumed instructions on MON D.W. the
23d. TUe services of a competent Teacher
being secured, all who desire an educa- ;
ti?n, and instr.iction in Needle-work, Ac, |
can do so bj immediate application.
Terms moderate. Those who are not able
to pay will have tho privilege of au educa?
tion and allowed the use of bowks, tlate,
Ac, eo as to ?iv.) thom every opportunity
to attend the Sen..ol._ March 2t
Spring and Summer Fashions.
JUST received, at the "Industrial De?
pository," .Madame Demorcat's Bulle?
tin of Ladies' and Children's Fashious.
This plate of fAbion is elegantly colored.
And has with itBbook of description and
v.iluable inforiuMion, together with a full
assort incut of Bitterns for ladies' and
I ufi??icii*.-t dceaS a, i.?po, sasqUCS ir.c
; ?'ts. Call, la.?B, und assist tho needy,
! Ul purchasing mv patterns. All orders
, PLANTS FOE SALE. t.
jr+?ghL. I am prepared to furnish the
lB|l9T?l of PLANTS, auch aa
JW?fcZ Geraniums, Heliotrope?, Fuch
?^HQ^f^alaB, and many other beautiful
**TYfp purnta, cheaper than sold lu any
, other market.
J. A. CRAWFORD,
Corner of Blauding and Bull ata.,
April 18_Columbia, 3. O.
. BACON MOLASSES, ftc
6 hhds. Primo B*cu) Shoulders,
6 casks First Ouai>v rOrann? U??:?, '
160 aaoka Country Flour,
15 hhda. Cuba and Mu?eo\%do Molasses.
For sala low for cash only b>
April 19_E \ O'. RYHOPE.
Thu Theological Seminary of the Ew n?o
lical Lutheran Church of South Carbi?
na, and the adjacent State, vs. Mrt.
Marv A. Blanding, Executrix, Shubel
Bl anding, et al.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Mrs.
MARY A. BLANDING, Dr. JOHN W.
POWELL and Mrs. LUCY E. POWELL,
his wife, three of the defendants in this
eaae, reside beyond tho limits of thia
State; it ?B, on motion of MOSSTB. Bach
man Sc Watios, ordered, that they plead,
answer or demur to this bill, within forty
days from the publication of this order,
or a decree pro confesso will he entered
against them. D. B. DESAUSSUBE,
April 10 An_C. E. lt. P.
AND .tho last this season. 3 barrels
SWEET NEWARK OIDElt,
To hand this day and for salo by
April 14_GEO. SYMMERS.
AT TWENTY CENTS, at
FISHER Sc LOWRANCE'S.
-I AA IJBS. Puro Spanish SMOKING
100 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
" For Bale low by E. Sc G. D. HOPE.
Fresh.Biscuit and Crackers.
OA BBL8. FRESH CRACKERS, for aale
?\J low by E. Sc. G. D. HOPE.
M?8HR00M, Soda, Trenton Butter,
Tea Crackers, Jumbles, Sec., tor sale
by GEO. 8YMMERS.
.1A BARRELS Heoker's Self-Raieing
JA* v.??U?. fer ??Ja low hr
March 27 _ E. & CTX). lions.
1 fx HHDS. prime Clear Ribbed SIDE8,
WJ tor salo by E. St G. D. HOPE.
Cub a* and Muscovado Molasses.
-| f\ HHDS. of prime quality, for sale
L\J low bv E. ?i G. D. HOPE.
FRUIT AND NUTS.
rUST received, from a cargo lately ar?
rived, a full assortment of PECAN
NUTS. English Filberts, Ivica Almonds
soft shell; Messina Oranges and Sicily
Lemons. Tho above will be sold at very
reasonable rates, and during the season a
fresh supplv will bo Icpt on hand. For
sale by GEO. SYMMER8.
April 14 _
'i'do life of ?ll flesh ia blood. The
hearth of all life is pure flesh. Pure blood
ki-pa mu all diseases. The Queen's De?
limit purifies the blood.
FOR SALE at the
PHONIX 0 Ff ICE.
A Good Spring Medicine for Horses.
HEI?I.T3B'SJOEBMAN HORSE POW?
DERS, for Indigestion, Distemper,
Hide-bound, Drowsinesp, Loss of Appetite;
Inward Sprains, Debility, Wasting of
Flesh, Sore Eyes, Swelled Legs, Crt-ase,
Mange, Surfeit, Old Coughs, for Exbans
tion from W?lk. It ?arries off all foul
humors, purified and boola th<- blood, and
prevents horses, becoming Miff and foun?
dered, lt in a stimulus l r weak stomach?-,
mid renders the Umba and skin ?oft and
fine, giving a smooth cont to thc hair.
These Powders have bren unod in Colum?
bia for the laet twi nt.wtive years, andhuu
dfi'ds of citizens nt test their virtues. Fur
salo only hy FISHER ft HLlNTfSH,
Marci* fi Drugu'iMts^
Tile junker Liniment; the beut lini
mont for family use; , i be used internally
ami outwardly. It is a prent pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinda or aches*
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principal manufactories of New York,
anil vicinity, tho subscriber ?ill H'IVI,
prompt per'sonul attention to procuring
for order? all kinds of.W?OD, IRON and
MARBLE WORK, for building?and ma?
chinery. Sash, Blinds, Doors. Carvings of
every kind Hnd mutorial. From twelve
years professional experience in South
Carolina, ibu ?ubscriber will guarantee to
.nit thc wishes of [hopo building.
THOS. C. k'EAL, Architect, V
'InaHy, New'Jersey, . ..
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5 I Ids. Spirit- TfKQ??'-S .>.
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Sole agenta for Middle and Western
Carolina for J. W. Cardwell & Co.'s .'.gri
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Even in the severest cases of Chronic
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ments-of many years standing-affecting
the entire system, its nae for a few days,
or a few weeks at the tttmost, always af?
fords the most astonishing relief, and very
rarely fails to produce a completo and per?
i It contains no -'mr' cr -IL;*. i^At?iiil?
ia .iba slisMcit '?ret? injurious, even to
' the moat deliop*- syBtem, and can always
be used with perfect safety.
It baa long been in constant use by
many of our most eminent Physicians,
who giro it their unanimous and unquali?
Sent by mail on receipt of price, and
Ono package, $100; Postage C cents..
Six packages, $.00; " 27 "
Twelve packages, 0.00; " 48 "
It is sold by all wholesale and retail deal?
ers in drugs aud medicines throughout tho
United States, and bv
TURNER & CO., Sole Proprietors,
120 Tremont street, Boston, Mass.
Jan 7 nithCmo
', ' S CEE VEN HOUSE,
SAVA X KA ir, a A.
Alt^^fcaW modern construction, with
?**iBE3t-a",n,? conveni<nce8 ot tii?
BffurfTi-J!? IK Ht Northern Hotels, lias
recently changed hands, and is now con?
ducted by T. S. NICKER.KON, of the
Planters' Hotel, Augusta: Notional Hotel,
Atlanta, and Nickcrsoh House, Columbia,
Tho furniture throughout is of tho most
elegant description, tho rooms scrupu?
lously clean and well ventilated, and the
attendance ie equalled by none in tho
Travelers stepping at th- above'Hotel
will find the comfort-* a:ut coo'vi nit nces of
thfir own hoares.
The Proprietor pledges himself that
every delicacy afforded either by Northern
or Southern markets, win be constantly
supplied to hil table.
S.\v.\sy\n, GA., Mar'! If). 1SG3.
Mareil 21 Imo
Don t Experiment
VT7TTH new jud untried medicines. If
Vv von value your health, procure tho
well tested remedy for COUGHS, ( OLDS
and afl'eotions of the Threat, Breast and
Stanley's Cough Syrup will cure.
Stanley's Cough .Syrup l.ns bee:; tried.
Slanlov's Cough Svrnp is for sal?- at
FISHER & HEiNITSH'S
Feb 27_Drug Store.
AT tho Ladies' Industrial Association,
Cheap CORSETS, of good nhape; Cor?
set Fronts. Tidey and Spool Cotton, Work?
ing Materials of great variety, and NV*
Patterns for ladies' and children's under?
clothing. Orders are solicited from li.dies
and gentlemen, and every effort ? ill be
made to have them promptlv lille J.
M. W. BYTHEW00B,
Auctioneer au'l Gfiwral Commission Merchant
On Washington rt., rear of A. Tc?eson's,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
nr\HE above store having I on rented. I
X am from this day prepared to receive
consignments of Cotton, Corn. Fl? r>
Bacon; Croce ie-i and Provi?'"ii.? inyV no?
rah, also, Furniture. Pry Goods, OMribing,
Tobaoi<>, ic M
From my ?penenee of I v t ^^m<< ar* 'ff
the au'-tio?. ind e^n\w .*>\'?njB.-. ii rv fi
tin ritv. Aa-.lc-uoi 'ri . Sf-)
;L!ygf7..te.-C!V'.- * \\hv,?\?^?^W, ,,f'.,- ?rtm
ag?W.ii) my old friei.'h^p^pf U1, 'ftwic
genlTally. ?^?W??\ /