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promptly and faithfully attended to.
; . '?"b?^ frkh *W?d!? ta New York. '
The STew Y?tiiHSwr^ot Tu osc? ny, says:
All ?ar not?is aro jammed with business
men from all parts ot trie country, who
have come to purchase their fall stock of
goods,' ' The amontot of sales amonftgall
bran ohos of trade averages thirty1 rper
cont, beyoud those of last fall, and folly
fifty, per- cent, beyond those of. the
Bprrtig/.' Ak' 'yet' they havebeen chiefly
confined :tb Northern and Western buy
ors, but South-western men are coming
in andi purchasing to the extent of nearly
double tho arnounts of last year. Their
.notion is based on the heavy cotton crop,
which has now passed tho Usual possibili?
ties of failure t hr ou gk worms nud wea?
ther, and can be safely calculated upon.
Trifle has opened only since the begin?
ning of this month.
The-large dealers are having an advan?
tage over tho small men, especially ia
dry goods'.' They are giving longer cre?
dits, and monopolizing the bulk of the
busincs3.. Cash sales at thirty days aro
less the rule than of late since the war,
and an, approach, to the old times of
eight, twelve and eighteen months' cre?
dit is being made, not only in the ready
granting of four months, but increasing
the time to B?X, adding interest for the
Every "heavy dry goods house is a bee
hive. The clerks and salesmou alono
would form a regiment, and are distin?
guishable usually from buyers by being
m sbirt-Bleovcs, and carrying pencils on
their ears. . Goods ] are , dragged from
boxes and scattered in disorder, and each
loft is a scene of confusion. .-;
There is a general growl among dry
goods dealers at the hgly. styles of the
present season. The- taste of inventors
seems to halve been exhausted. Retail?
ers snarl, and say they can't lay siege to
the troraen with such patterns. Bay,
however, they must. The country wants
gooda; and, whatever ?the prospeots of
gold or political measures-- may be, they
are compelled to invest heavily.
The hotels in thc evening present an
unusually animated and lively appear?
ance. In the' lobbies of the hotels, in
the reading-rooms, in the bar-rooms, and
in the -billiard-rooms, can be seen mer?
chant? from all parts of the Union. You
will find the Western man generally
Slaying billiards. . He is a tall, stout,
earthy gentleman, with a raddy com?
plexion. He ie genial, open-hearted,
good-natured and sociable. His boat is
off, and he appears to enjoy the game.
If defeated, ne plays again, and will
keep on playing until mid-night just to ,
win o nco. Gu a little mahogany table
to his.:right lies his favorite -beverage,
which every now and thoa he sips. On
an elevated platform are soft cushioned
chairs; where, thoughtful and motionless,
sits the Southerner. Ho wears s long
chin whisker. ' His complexion is sallow.
His jet-black eye sparkles with anima?
tion. He is of a thin and delicate
physique. He wears a broad-brimmed
black felt hat, and is dress?d In deep
black ?lothl >
In the bar-room you will" find all sorts
from all parts. Beside our country cou?
sin, with his tongue rattling at a fearful
rate", is the acute drummer, who offers
every ihdaeement that caa bring custom
to his house, h He spends money freely.
He sells ou commission, and he can well
afford to regale his customer with wine,
suppers and choice seats at tho theatre.
The dry-goods' salesman is the sharpest
of the lot. He begins his . apprentice?
ship when a boy, and by the time he at?
tains his majority ho knows ?very pro?
minent buyer in the country. Ho is a
close observer of character; andean tell
his man at a glance. ? .
From 8 o'olopki until ll, the multi?
tudes throng all the avenues of the first
floor of the hotel. They are scattered in
groups of four, five, six, or more. The
prospect of a fall or decline in the prices
is discussed. Views aro exchanged, ac?
quaintances formed, plans, laid. Boots
and shoesi hardware, dry goods, groce?
ries, drugs', hat? and caps, and every
variety of meVohhhdize-comes up in ita'
turn, and receives a full Bharo of atten?
tion. The crowd -continues to surge to
and fro. One man will listen here, and
shortly after join some other group, and
so on throughout the evening. At mid?
night, the buzz and commotion has
ceased. The strangers have retired for
ives have obtained possession of the
lithograph stone from which the five-dol?
lar counterfeit greenbacks that havebeen
extensively circulated in the South and
South-west were struck, lt is estimated
that from this stone alone over $500,000
of spurious notes have been printed.
They have also obtained possession of
tho stone from which the counterfeit
five-dollar bills on the Jewett National
Bank, of Newett, Conn., that were so
extensively circulated a few months ago,
wero priuted. The principals of thia
extensive gang of counterfeiters are now
The Republican journals do not appear
to be exactly satisfied with the Maine
election. The majority of Gen. Cham?
berlain, the Republican candidate, is
about 8,000, out of a total vote of about
88,000. The Temperance candidate,
Hitchborn, received somo 5,000 votes.
Tho vote cast last year for Governor was
131,787. Tho Republican majority was
Woman Suffrage. rr
The following views upon this-Subject
axe .well put. Rev. J. P. Thompson.
.The necessary qualification for the
privilege of voting is the ability to serve
the State in whatever kind of service Ibe
State may require of its citizens. Any
other principle of Bufirage will bo found j
convention ?ii and arbitrary; this is logi?
cal and fundamental. By this, principle
the figments of raco-su ff rage caste-suf?
frage and universal suffrage fall to tho
ground. Under our loose and unphilo
sophical theories of suffrage, multitudes
aro now permitted . to vote whom this
auto and national principle would dis?
"Kow, woman is, by her very nature,
constitutionally and organically disquali?
fied for tho sorvice of tho State. She
has not a cerebral organization adapted to
the close, protracted and harassing study
of State affairs, nor a nervous organiza?
tion equal to tho sustained exertion and
endurance demanded by judicial and le?
gislative duties, nor a muscular organiza?
tion fitted for tho police or military ser?
vios; and the functions of maternity, or,
if she be single, tho physiological condi?
tion that provides for maternity as tho
normal function of womanhood, incapa?
citate her for a kind of service that must
either repress her nature or destroy her
health. That woman can do somethings
that the State requires, and that somo
mon cannot do any thing, does not invali?
date the great fundamental principio by
which society must assign tho privilege
of suffrage. Women cannot claim to
participate in the government of the
State, because, as women, they oannot
render the equivalent service that the
State is entitled to demand of the go?
verning class among its citizens. Their
disability is not civil or l?gal, but physi?
ological and natural, and no amount of
voting could remove it.
. "Another objection to women's parti?
cipating in political life, that Dr. Bush?
nell states, but fails to prosa with his
usual vigor, is that it would so far work
a practical obliteration of sex as to dis
organizo society. For deforontial courte?
sy and considerate regard in man, it
would substitute a virago boldness in
woman, and would produce a hybrid
species, which Count Gaspariu has aptly
termed ftmmchomme-the woman-mau
inferior both to the woman and the man,
who' would have renounced all grace,
and not have exohanged it for strength.
Trained to the contest, giving and taking
hard hits, she would soou loso the charm
of softness and modesty, which are at
once a charm and a defence. In the
rude whirl of outside affairs, she will
1?30 all, even to her grace, even, to her
beauty. And I wish to be informed
what politics would gain ? Would there
bo leas intrigue, fewer passions, less pre?
judice, fewer personal questions taking
the place of questions of principle?
These significant questions of Count
Gaspariu are answered equally, by the
excesses ?f the French Revolution, and
the vices;bf tho French Court And
human nature adds its warning to the
voice of history. To force women into
sphere of men, by violating at once the
physiological laws of her being and the
ethereal delicacy of hor sex, is to degrade
tho State and to disorganize society.
Naturalists have observed that in pro?
portion ns the differentiation of sex be?
comes less marked, the typo of existence
is more and moro degraded. But who
shall measure the social degradation of
humanity when by the confounding of
sex in labor and in affairs, woman-'who
is superior and influential only on condi?
tion that she is a true woman*-sholl
have given place to the female man!"
THE RESULT OF THE CALIFORNIA ELEC?
TION-THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN THE
STATE ANNIHILATED.-The smoko of the
recent conflict had scarcely cleared away
.sufficiently to permit an accurate review
of the results or a satisfactory analysis of
their causes. Tho State election returns
show an almost unprecedented victory
for the Democratic party. It is a positive
tidal wave, sweeping over the whole
coast, and leaving the radical party
stranded and shattered, so that they oan
never again venturo into the sea of poli?
tics in this State. That is one of the
most observable features of the result,
that tho radical party is broken into
small fragments. In the city of San
Francisco it did not emorge, once, from
its shell, or show its head. One wing
voted tho Democratic ticket, and of the
other wing vast numbers stayed away
from the polls. * * * The
party cannot, in many years, recover
such discipline as will make it effective,
withoutsomo great overpoweringblunder
ou the part of its adversaries. It has
fought its last battle in California for
many a year to come; ?or will it ever
regain a sure footing until it shall have
changed its name and its principles.
\S'in Francisco Herald, Uh,
Mr. Avery, of Mobile, gives tho latest
instance o? the wonderful intelligence of
the redeemed and reconstructed African.
Avery had a case in court and a colored
boy for witness. "Do you know the
nature, obligations and responsibilities
of an oath?" sharply asked the judge.
"Yes, sir," responded the Scipio Afri
oauus. "Well, then, what do yon think
would be done with you if you were to
swear to a lie?" "I dunno; unless it
might be the radicals would run me for
Congres?" Sharp boy that.
Spec lal .Notio?*.'1
THE FEVER AN D AOVE SEASON -
Whgn thu leaven begin to change, remittent
ano intermittent fevers make their appear,?
ance. From the surface of the earth, bathed
nightly ia, heavy dows, from marshes and
swamps surcharged with moisture from the
dying foliage or tho woods, from festering
pools and sluggish streams, the son of Sep- |
tember evolves clouds ol miasmatic vapor pe?
rilous to health and life. Tho body, deprived
by the burning temperature of July and Au
goat of much of its Vigor and elasticity, is not
ina proper plight to resist malaria; arin hence
all diseases that aro produced by a depraved
condition of tho atmosphere are particularly
prevalent in tho fall.
Thero ie no reason why the health of thou?
sands ot peoplo should bo thus sacrificed. A
Sroparatory course of HOSTETTEIVS STO
[ACH BITTERS is a certain -protection
against tho epidemics and endemics which
autumn brings hi its train. Let all dwellers
in unhealthy localities, liablo to such visita?
tions, give heed to tho warning and advico
convoyed in this advertisement, and they may
bid deflanco to tho foul exhalations which are
now ris'ng, night ami day, from the soil
around them. No farm-house in the land
should be without this invaluable exhilarant
and invigorant at any period of the year, but
especially in thc fall. " It ?8 not safe to go forth
into tho chill, misty atmosphere of a Septem?
ber morning or evening with tho stomach un?
fortified by a tonic, ana of all thc tonics which
m?dical cheraistrv has ret given to thc world,
HQSTETTER'S BITTERS arc admitted to be
tho purest, the most wholesome, and the most
Let all who desire to escape tho bilious at?
tacks, bowel complaints and malarious fevers,
tako the Bitters at least twice a day through?
out tho presentsea6?u. It is as wholesome as
it is infallible. Look to the trade-mark,
"HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS," en?
graved on tho label and embossed on tho bot?
tle, and their revenue stamp covering the cork,
as counterfeits and imitations abound.
SPECIAL. N OTICE.-To parties in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to the ad?
vertisement of P. P. Toalc, the large manu?
facturer of thos^ goods in Charleston. Trice
li!?t furnished ou application. Jnly 17 9mn
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Now York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Livo for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
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tulenco and Nervous Dieeaees accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will he forwarded on receipt of
four stamps, hy addressing Sec'y Baltimore
Museum of Anatomy, li West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May G ly
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larkot val xe in London (last sales) $1,750.
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ANCE COMPANY, Hartford. Conn. Incorpo?
rated 1816. Assets June 1, 1SG9, $25,0C0,000;
Surplus June 1, 18G9, $7,000,000; Income for
18C8-0 19,064,068. Number of Polices issued,
G0.5O0. Total claims by death paid to dato,
$8,500.000. Annual dividends from 50 to 70 per
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As liberal in ts terms as the most liberal.
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COMPANY, Richmond, Ya. Assets $GO0,0O0.
Dividend declared February, 1SG9, 40 per cent.
As strong as any Lifo Insurance Company in
Risks taken on favorable terms by
GEO. HUGGINS. Agent.
Of?ee in rear of Messrs. Du Hi o & Chapman's)
under tho "Columbia Hotel." Sept 12 lrau
Nickerson House Hotel,
COLUMBIA, 9. C.
THE undersigned having
IRENEWED his leaee upon the
above POPULAR HOUSE, will endeavor to
make it one of tho most agreeable Hotels in
thc South. A call is solicited.
Si- Free Omnibus to and from the Hotel.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
July 9 gmo _Proprietor.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE Proprietors take pleasure in announc?
ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment
now open for tho accommodation of guests.
Tho table will always be supplied with every
delicacy of the season-buth from the New
York and Charleston markots, and no efforts
will ho spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
every respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll until 12*.
? B.BAMHttOP, I rnoPMETons.
The New Theory ?f Health
HEIMTSil'S QUE EN'S DELIGHT!
THE Lire of all Flesh is Blood. The Health
of Life is purity of Flesh. Without purity
of Blood, DO Flesh can be free from disease.
HEINFTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is now a recognized household Medicine of I
remarkable remedial powers, invented and
compounded by tho Proprietor, which ho has
called by the euphonious soubriquet
ITS CONSTITUENT PKOPEBTIES.
QUEEN'S DELIOHT Ia an an alterativo, produc?
ing a gradual change in the '
HEINITSH'S functions of organs, as to
permit a healthy action to
tako thc placo ol disease.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT X? dcobstrueut hy its divcrsi- I
^?d action; removes obstruc
HEINITSU'S tiona, reduces inilammation
and enlargement of tho
?lands and viscera.
B an Iuvigorant and Tonic;
it produces a gentle and
pormanent excitement of all
the vital actions observable
in tho functions of organic
HEINITSH'S hie; and is, therefore, ad
mibsable in diseases of the
Stomach, Liver and organs
QUEEN'.. DELIGHT ls a atiw^tting, alterativo
diaphosotic, promoting per?
spiration, removing humors
in the blood, producing a
HEINITSB'S healthy action of tho skin,
removes Boils, Pimplos,
Blotches and Cutaneous
QUEEN'S DELIGHT ls aperient, gently acting
upon the bowels, thereby
removing effete matter, pro-1
ducing a healthy feeling of |
HEINITSH'S the stomach and head.
Headache and nervous dis?
orders are cured by ita use.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT Is expectorant, increasing
the secretion from tho
mucous membrane of the
air cells and passages of
HEISITSH'S the lungs, or assists its dis?
charge; is, therefore, a re?
medy, combined with Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con?
sumption, Colds, Ae.
The high appreciation in whioh it Is held hy
the profession and the golden opinions of the i
peoplo, and their many testimonials, will make
it a desirable medicine for Druggists to keep
constantly on hand.
Tho sick, feeble and those in dollcato health,
and all persons living in warm climates, ami
all unacclimated, will find thc
A great medicine, protecting them from all
those diseases which originate in a bad condi?
tion of the blood and climatic influonces.
For salo by Druggists throughout the State.
The trado supplied bv
FISHER &. HEINITSH, Columbia, S. C.
PLUMB it LEITNER, Augusta, Ga.
J. H. ZEILEN fi CO., Macon, Ga.
JOHN F. HENRY, New York.
MANSFIELD A HIGBEE, Memphis, Tenn.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY & COWDEN,
Aug 6 f Philadelphia.
Ayer's Gath artic Pills, for all the Pur?
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
PERHAPS no one
medicine is so univer?
sally required by every
body as a cathartic,
nor "was ever any be?
fore so universally
adopted into usc, in
every country and
among all classes, as
this mild but efficient [
'purgative PILL. The
obvious reason is, that
it is a moro reliable and far moro effectual [
remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them; those who
have not, know that it cures their neighbors
and friends, and all know that what it does
once it does always-that it never fails
through any fault or negloct of ita composi?
tion. Wc have thousands upon thousands of
certificates of their remarkable cures of the
following complaints, but such cures aro
known in every neighborhood, and we need
not publi.h them. Ad ipted to all ages and
conditions in all climates; containing neither
calomel or any deleterious drug, they may bo
taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar
coating preserves them ever fresh and makes
them pleasant to take, whilo being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their use in
They operate by their powerful influence on
the internal viscera to purify the blood and
stimulato it into healthy actiou-remove thc
obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver and
other organs of tho b jdy, rento? ii.,? their irre?
gular action to healtli, and by correcting,
wherever they exist, such derangemeu s as are
tho first origin of disease.
Minute directions aro given in tko wrapper
on tho box, for tho following complaints,
which these PILLS rapidly cure:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Listlessness,
Languor and Loss of A?>petite, they should he
taken moderately to stimulate thc stomach
and restore its healthy tone and action.
For Liver Complaint and its various symp?
toms, Bilious Headache, Sick Headache, Jaun?
dice or Green Sickness, Bilious Colic and Bi?
lious Fevers, they should be judiciously taken
for each case, to correct the diseased action
or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For Dysenterry or Diarrhoea, but one mild
dose is generally required.
For Kheumatisnu Gout, Gravel, Palpitation
of the Heart, Pain m the Side, Back and Loins,
they should bo continuously taken, as re?
quired, to chango the diseased action of the
Myst em. With such chango thoso complaints
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings, they
should bo taken in large and frequent doses
to prodnco the effect of a drastic purge.
For Suppression a largo dose should be
taken, aa it producos the desired effect by
As a IHnner Pill, tako one or two PiVs to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomata
and bowels into healthy action, restores tho
appetite and invigorates the system. Henoe
it is often advantageous wbero no serious de?
rangement exists. Ono who feels tolerably
well, often finds that a dose of these Pills
makes him feel decidedly better, from their
cleansing and renovating effect on tho digestive
Dr. J. C. AYER Si CO., Practical Che m lt *,
BoptS LOWELL, MASS., V. S.A. flmof
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.2
191 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
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Private and Transient Boarding,
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for every description of wood-working ma?
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Head-blocks, patented December 15,1868, and
improved Friction Feed, patented July 13,
1809, in addition to previous, patents, niako
our Saw Mills stand unrivaled. Estimates and
plans furnished, and contracts entered into
for the erection of Circular, Gang Mulay or
SaBh Mills. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
or otherwise July 30 ly
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F I li S T- CLASS
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ar Steamboats, Hotels and Public Build?
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Sept 17_ 3m o
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Furniture, Carpets and Mattresses,
Wholesale and Retail.
Manufactory and Wurerooms,
87 and S9 Bowery,
CS Christie street,
130 and 132 Hester street,
(CONNECTED UNDEB ONE ROOF.)
WE have now on hand the largest stock of
entirely new patterns and designs for
furnishing houses throughout ever offered by
one house iu tho city, and at a great deduction
Our CARPET DEPARTMENT is under the
superintendence of H. S. barnes, who is well
and favorably known to the public, having
been a long time with Sloane A Co., in Broad?
way, and for the last four years with Lord &
Tavlor. Our stock of Carpets is entirely new,
and well selected, this branch having been just
added to our business.
The MATTRESS DEPARTMENT is entirely
under our supervision, all being made on the
premises. Every Mattress guaranteed.
Steamboats, hotels, churches, public halls
and private houecs furnished throughout at
Thc Floating Palaces-tho eteamers of the
People's Line on tho Hudson River-were fur?
nished by us.
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Second and Third Avenue Car3 pass our
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and radical cure for all Urinary D?rangements,
accompanied with full directions Trice $8.00
per bottle. DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR
D'AMOUR, a radical euro for Debility, in old
or voung; imparting energy with wonderful
effect. Price f5 per bottle or two bottles for ?9.
On receipt of price, the Remedies will bo
shinned to any place. Circulars sent. Address
DR. D. B. RICHARDS,
Aug 19 ly No. 228 Varick st., New York.
Iron Cotton Ties.
SOLE Agency in New York for the sale and
distribution of the
AND SELF-FASTENING BUCKLE TIE,
Manufactured by J. J. McCoMn, Liverpool.
SWENSON, PERKINS A CO.,
80 Heaver street, New York.
(Mail address, Box 5,724 P. O.) Aug 7 3mo*
Fish U F?ll I! !
-I \ PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL,
WJ\J consisting of whole, half and quarter
barrels and kits.
100 Boxes SMOKED HERRING.
Just received and for Bale low by
An? 28_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
-^QQ ER8NDS FRUITS AND Fh0W*
100 pounds Commonwealth,
Just received, and a pure article, for salo at
JOPN C. SEEGERS,
July 20 Ale and Lagti Deer Depot.
Char Igst on Advertisements.
~~gTpX,V. WKBH ?St CO.? T
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
>8T ' i I ?.?Wo*. I . 889
Domeeticgtore. | KD>? 8T", ; Lace8tore.
Fob 27 CHARLESTON, 8. C. ly
CHARLESTON* &. ?.
Board, frer Dayy' - - $8.00.
Mns.H. L. BUTT?RFIELD', Proprieties.
n. HAMILTON, Superintendent. .'
Bept 10 !. . . - ' . 2rno
J. H. ROBSON, Commission Merchant,
NOS. t AND S ATLANTIC WH.1HF,
CHARLESTON,^. C. '?
HAVING ample means for advances, a busi?
ness experience of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to ' a COMMISSION
BUSINESS, without operating ou hie own .ac?
count, respectfully solicits consignments of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, etc.
Chippers of Produce to him may, at their
option, have their consignments sold either in
Charleston or New York; thus having tho ad?
vantage of two markets, without extra com?
XVEFEBEXCE8: ' *
Bishop W. M. W ightman, 8. C.; Col. Wm.
Johnson, Charlotte, N. C.; Bev. T. O. Summers,
Tennessee; Hon. John P. King, Augusta, Ga.;
Messrs. George W. Williams ? Co., Charles?
ton, 8. C.; Messrs. Williams, Taylor & Co.,
New York. April 28 fly
NIB HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES Or TUC
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TDBT ARK RECOMMENDED BT Tnt
HEGEMAN Ss, CO.,
AQEXTS, JfJSlV YOKE.
Manufactured by C. F. PANKNW,
CHEMIST AHB APCTEECAS7, |
OHA.RX-.ESTON\ S. C.
Jt&For Salo by Druggists Everywhere.^}
Feb 5 ' fly
/sr-r-a CHOIC? GREEN AND BLACK
3# i H 10 car-es Italian Macearoni,
^ i BJ Young America and. Cutting
Fresh Country Butttry
Prime Leaf Lard,. J
Extra Family Flour-in bags and barrels,
Hooker's Kelf-Bai/sir.g Flour,
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Oidor and Whito Wino Vinegar,
Java, Lafitiara and Bio Coffets,
Orango Sugar-cured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Hams,
Jeffreys' and McEwcn's Scotch Ales,
Barclay & Perkins* London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsick Champagne ano Chtret,
All fresh, and for salo low by
Juno 4_ g. X G. D. H OPE.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
DEPOSITS OF 81 .t UPWABDS BECEIVED,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TE OF
SINTER CENT. FER ANNUM. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIN MONTHS.
PRINCIPAL and Interest, or any part thorc
of, may bo withdrawn at any time-tho
Bank reserving the right (though it will be
rarely exercised) to demand font ti-en days* no?
tice if the amount is under 11,000; twenty days
it over, 31,OOO and tinder $5,000, or thirty days
if over $5.000.
Wade Hampton, President.
John B. Palmer, Vice-President.
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMaster, Columbia.
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas. Columbia.
E. H. Heitiitsh, Columbia.
John B. Palm? r, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Manon.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. P.otledge, Charleston.
Daniel Bavenel, Jr...Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborer.-?, Clerks, Widows, Or~
fdians and others may here deposit their eav
ugu and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trust?es
wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they rc o nii e them for business or other pur?
poses; Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only bo with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use. are here afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whero they will rapidly nccnronlate, and. at
the same time, bo subject to withdrawal when
?>?f BBLS. St. Louis NEW FLOUB, supcri
6t) or to anything in market.
50 Bags and Barrels, assorted grades, at
very low figures, for salo by
Ant? li_?EO. SYMMER8.
Bacon and Flour.
2f\C?f\ POUNDS BACON.
.UUU IJBLS. FLOUR, and other goods
as LOW as they CAN BE BOUGHT, by
FISII?R, LOWBANCE 4 FISIIRE.