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there is aa universal patting upof stoves
preparatory to the winter campaign, aaa
Mtfqiifit?Mya great deal of profanity-ia
indalgedin. One who hos considerable
expononce in tho work ol putting up
stovoa, aaya tho ?rat atop to be taken is
?uuot vu? luapieoBiuu that wnen he gets
his month full of plaster, it will keep bia
shirt bosom bless. Neat, ho gets his
bands inside tho. PJAQO whore the pipe
on cht to go* and blacks his nog?rs, end
theo he cnrofully makes a black mark
dowh oho sido of his nose. It is impos
eible>to>?amktf?ny headway in doing this
work/uptyl hU mark is raado down the
side-of tho, npso.. Haying got his faco
properly marketa, tho victim is ready to
begin titi* cerom?oy? Tho bead of th?
fanrilj-T?h'? ia-tho big goose of the 8a
orifioe-grasps pne Aide of tho bottom of
,tho Store, apd.bis wife and the hired girl
takes'ubio?-ox the Other side, in thin
way, tlf?ioaiS i? started from tho wood
1 shod tb ward tho parlor. Going through
tho door, tho; bead of tho family will
carefully swing: ?his side of tho stove
around and jamb his thumb-nail ugninst
the door. This part of tho ceremony is
never'omitted. Having got tho stove
comfortably in placo, tho next thing is
to find Jthe. legs. . Two of these aro left
inside the stove, since tho spring before.
Tho other two must bo hunted after for
twonfcy-flvo minutes. They aro usually
found under>tho ooah Then, the head
Of tho family holds up one side of the
stove while bis wife puts two of tho logs
in placo, nnd next he holds ;ip the other
side while th? two Are fixed, and ono of
the first two falls out. Hythe time the
.-stove is on its legs, he gets reckless, and
takes off lija old coat, regardless of his
linen. Th?n, he gdes Off for tho pipe
and gels a Cinder in his eye. It don't
make any difference how well the pipe
waa put last year, it will bo found a little
too shotf or a little too long. The head
of tho family jams bis hat over his eyes,
and taking a pipe under each arm, goes
to the t?ri-ahop to have it fixed. When
he gp ts back, be steps upon one of the
best parlor chairs to see if the pipe fits,
and bia wife snakes hipa get down, for
fear he will scratch the varnish off from
the hairs with the nails in his boot-heel.
IQ getting down, he will surely step on
the cat, and may thank bis stars if it is
not tho baby! Then he gets an old chair
and climbs to the chimney again, to find
that in cutting the pipe off, the end has
been left too big for the bole in the oh i in -
ney. So he goes to the wood-shed and
splits one side of tho end of thc pipe
with an old axe, and squeezes it in his
hands to make it smaller. Finally, he
gets tho pipe in shape and finds that the
stove does not stand true. Then, him?
self and wife and the hired girl move the
stove tb tue left, and the legs fall out
again. Next, it is to move to tho right.
More difficulty with legs. Moved to the
front a little. Elbow not even with tho
bole,ia the chimney, and he goes to tho
wood-shed after some little blooks. While
putting the blooks under tho legs, the
pipe conies out of the chimney. That
remedied, the elbow keeps tipping over,
to tKo. great alarm of his wife. Head of
,the family gets the dinner-table out, puts
? ino olq chair on it, gets bis wife to hold
toe-cnofr, and balances himself on it to
or^fe?9me nails into the ceiling. Drops
iqe-jbatnmer onto his wife's head. At
last, gota the nail driven, makes a wire
awing to hold the pipe, hammers a little
hero, pulls a little there, takes a long
breath* and announces the ceremony
completed. Job never put up any stoves.
It would have rained his reputation if he
had. MARK TWAIN.
. THE IDLE MAH.-The idle man Is an
annoyance--a nuisance. He is an in?
truder in the busy thoroughfare of every
day lifo. He stands in our path and we
inuot push him contemptuously aside.
Ho ia no advantage to any one. He
annoys busy'men. He makes them un?
happy. He is a cipher in BOC ie ty. He
may bave an income to support him in
idleness, or ho may sponge on his good
natured friends. But in every caso be
ia despised. Young men, form habits
of industry; do something in this busy,
w?de-aw?k?'W?rld. Move about-for the
benefit of mankind, if not for yourself.
Do pot be idle. God's law Ls that by tho
sweat of our brow we shall earn oar
bread. This is a good one, and the
bread ia sweet. Do not be idle. ' 'Min?
utes aro-loo precious to be squandered
NEWSPAPERS AND BOOK PUBLISHERS'
TAX.-In regard to the tax of publishers
of newspapers, books, periodicals, Aa,
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue
bolds that under tho latest acts of Con?
gress, publishers of books and publish?
ers of newspapers, who furnish the
manuscripts or matter to bo printed or
published, who control tho publication
and receive the profits derived from tho
sale of the books or papers, thongh they
employ other persons to print, bind, &c.,
are liable to make retnrns quarterly of
the amount of their sales, and to pay a
tax of $2 per Si,OOO on the excess above
$250. Orqers have boen given to enforce
this construction of tho law hereafter.
We regret, says the Greensboro Patriot,
to learn that the valuable mills, known
as the old Foulk's Mills, ten miles North
of Greensboro, woro destroyed by fire on
Tuesday night last. This is a heavy loss,
both upon the community and Mr. Jas.
Foulks, who had jost put the mill in the
very best repair. There were several
hundred bushels of grain stored iu the
mill. It is supposed to be the work of
At Poughkeepsie, Peter Fordon waa
horribly scaled , at the fur naco while
lying under an arch. The engineer, pot
knowing bews? there, opened a blow-off
cook. The flesh was literally stripped
from him. He died after a few boars
*T have w Bebtet-, 'teattamst i tart" bard
.rork." j This. is. a secret tha? wapy nejver
dc^??arn^?^<L*bor^ tho genius that
changes tho world from ugliness tb bcRU
ty," ?ria the greatest ? curso to a 'great
blessing. ?:'-o '?/?.' >.
OGood news conies from the Fejee lu?
la nda. The negro gentlemen, in Imbi ti ug
that locality have entirely abandoned
eating white men, giving as tho reason
that their flesh is so flavored with tobao
oo and bad rum, as to render it un plea
nant. The Ft*j0e cuisine is, however,
Another destructive conflagration oc?
curred at Council . Blufls, "Saturday,
wbioh caused tho total, destruction of
?' oven stores. It was the most destrnc
Ive fire tho city had experienced for a
John Sbortfiute, gontleman, writes to
the London Times complaining that the
Heralds' College won't change his name
to Brown. Ho says Ins sons are tensed
by their schoolmates, and nobody will
marry his daughters,
fu The meanest man has been fouud in
[Michigan. A laborer was buried by the
caving in of a well on his premiaos, and
he objected to any attempt at rese?o ou
account of the expense for a man who
The professors of the Columbia Law
College decline to admit ladies as stu?
dents, ou tho ground that their presence
would distract tho attention of both
pupils and professors.
A woman in Sheboygan County, Wis.,
recently cut her throat, and with thc
blood spurting from it, rushed to thc
bedside of her invalid husband, and bade
On Wednesday afternoon of last week,
two children of Harrison Oerber, York
County, Pa-, were burned so that one
died tho samo night, and on Saturday
last, the other was not expected to live.
One late issue of the London Tintet
contained 12,000 advertisements, from a;
tunny diff?rent persons, showing that UH
English appreciate the worth of thc
newspaper as an advertising medium.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE Committeo to which bas beeu assigne*
the task of arranging the programme au<
indicating tho outline of the Grand Tourna
meut, to bo held at tho approaching Agrioul
tural Fair-and at which "tho Kuights o
Knuth Carolina will contend pour Phottnem
l'amour elles beaux yeux des dames-announce'
the notice and rulos as follows:
Thc Tournament will come off on such day a
may be most comformablo to tho general ar
rangement of tho Fair-probably the last day
All who desire to ride will forward the!
names, thc entrance feo of $5 each, and th
character Uo proposes to reprosent, to lt
O'Neals, Jr., Esq:, .Secretary, Columbia, S. C
Tho Coarse will bc in length about 15
yards; this distance must bo ridden in nin
second?; tho weapon will bo tho sabre; the fire
Eost, (tho pout H will bo about G.\ foot i
eight,) will be 50 yards from tho starlin
point: tho next post and tho ring will be at ii
tervals of about 25 yards. On each post wi
be bead and abont 4 inch neck. The trials wi
be at 1st hoad "right cut against cavalry;" 2
head "point ;" and 3d at the ring, 2J inches i
diameter, "tierco point."
The name of the Knight will be called-h
will answer instantly-the bugle will soun<
and tho watch ho sprung; ana if he makes
false start he loses nie ride. After the anew?
to tho call and the lound oArho bugle, no ai
cideut will eiititlo the KnBht to a new rid?
These rules aro essential tofbecuro timo forai
The first, second, third and fourth prizes wi
be announced at a later day.
These four successful Knights ?ill crown tl
Queon and elect the throe Maids of Honor.
At a general meeting otVtne Knights, to t
held in Columbia, tho Judgee, Committee
Ar,., will bo elected or appointed tho day pr
vious to thc Tournament; and thia Committi
will take pleasure in giving any aid with:
their power, besides having arranged tl
grounds, prepared everything requisite ai
obtained substantial prize? for the victors.
A. C. HASKELL, Chairmun.
J. P. THOMAS,
H. O. NEALE, Jn.,
R. C. SHIVER,
W. C. 8WAFFIELD,
Oct 22 Committee.
CRA.WFOIIDRVII.LE, GA.. 14th August, 1869.
Messrs. A. A. Solomons ? tb., Druggists, b
GENTLEMEN : Please send me half a doz
bottles of your Ritters..
I bavo beou using them lately, upon the i
commendation of a frier/d, with decided ber
fit, in giving tone to the digestive organs ai
general strength to the system.
Send by Exprese, with value endoreod, C.
D. Yours, respectfully,
ALEXANDER n. 8TEPHEN8.
Wo very cheerfully add our owu tcstimo
to ttiat of Mr. Stephens. For a genoral go
effect upon the digestivo organs and the s;
tem goner a Hy, wo regard tho Solomons' Bitti
as invaluable. In tho clim itt o of the low coi
try, especially, we consider it almost indispi
sable to carry one r uco< chilly through t
lassitude of tho summer months. The ing
dients that compose it are well known toi
Medical Faculty, who < udor HP it as a valus
invigorator and cntirelv hiirinlaes in its acti<
EDITORS SAVANNAH REPUBLICAN
Prepared at the Laboratory of
A. A. SOLOMONS A Cd., Droggiste,
OotlS w4 _Cj H. MI OT, Agent, Columbia. S.
Gibbes & Thomas, Beal Estate Agen
OFFER their service?? to tho public as GI
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and i
Lands, and ot her property, on commission.
;harges until Halon are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 19 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Agents Wanted-Agents Wanted
(flt ry K to $200 per month, malo and fomi
un i *?J to noll tho celebrated and origi
COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING 1
CHINE, improved and perfected; it will hi
fell, stitch, tuck, bind, braid andembroidei
a most superior manner. Pri?e only $15.
simplicity and durability, it has bas no ri1
Do not buy from any parties selling machi
i mader the same name ae ours, nnlees bavin
Certificate of Agency signed by us, as they
worthless Cast Iron'Machines. .
For Circulars and Terms, apply or Addrei
Oct23 HV CBAWi^OfiD *CPU
_418 Oheennt street, Philadelphia. Pi
ONE CASK pore blay Malt SCOTCH WE
KEY, for aale by E. A G. D. HOPI
ole aale IM MB
rr-. Iliw oH
cd,, doo iron* ;?f
lumbia market ia
on? of the boat to
trade in. bare
cash, a largo
stock of goode in
the linee o? GRO?
CERIES, XI.Q?OR8, WINES aud FAMILY
SUPPLIES, whidh they will dispose of. at
wholesale or retail, at snell figures aa will be
impossible for dealt>re elsewhere to go below.
- They respectfully Invite a call and compari?
son of prices of articles. Their stock consi?ts
of in part:
COFFEE, SUGAR and TEA, of various
MOLASSES, including thc genuino New Or- j
Washing and Fancy SOAPS.
All grades of ; FLOUR-Borne at exceedingly
Basketts and Brooms of various kinds. '*
Mackerel, of all number? and sized packages.
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Fish.
Cnndics, Almond?, Raisin* and Fign.
Bacon, smoked and dry 'tilted.
Genuin* Sugar-cured Han, j, of; boat brands.
Adamantine, Sperm and lYllow Candles
Cheese, Crackers of over, v riety.
Axes, with or without handles.
Haney, Traoo Chains, Nails, etc. >
Bagging, Ropo and "Arrow Ties."
Wine, Cliampagno and all grades of Liquors.
"If you don't soo what you want, ask for it,"
as wo Keep many articles not specified above.
We have in connection with our business, a
commodious Wagon Yard and Storo-houso.
Highest prices naid for cotton and country
produco. CAMPBELL .t JONES,
Main street, a few doors above PHCENIX
Office. _ _ Oct '2:1
State oi South Carolina,
OFFICE OF STATE S?PERiNTENnEST Eouc.vrios,
COLOMBIA, October 29.1869.
THE South Carolina Institut iou for the Edu?
cation of the Deaf and Dumb and tho
Blind, located at Cedar Springe, 8partanburg
County, S. C., will be re-opened for the admis?
sion of pupils, on WEDNESDAY, November
17, 1869. For information concerning tho ad?
mission of pupils, and all other matters relat?
ing to tho Institution, address J. M. HUGH
8TON, Superintendent, Cedar Springs, Spar
tauburg County. By order of tho Governor.
J. K. JILLSON,
Oct 30 10 State Supt. of Education**
tgk% Dit. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the j
^oHi?liheral patronage ho has received from |
tho citizens of this city and tho surrouuding
District, during tho past year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations ou the 1
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully aud satisfactorily executed-among
which ho would cull special attention to that
kuown as Reynolds' Patent: and of his anc
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable procese, lae is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to bli patients and to
the patentee. Office on Mainstreet, over First
National Bank. Jan 8
The Columbia Tannery,
J. JP. THOMAS ?St CO., Proprletora.
HIDE8 and SKINS bought or taken in ex?
chango for Finished Loather. Ordere
for Leather promptly filled. Apply at foot of I
Lumber street, on the Greenville and Colum?
ter For the purpose of engaging in the
above business, the undersigned have, thia
day, August 28, 1869, associated themselves as
copartners. J. T. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORE.
Oct 20 J. W. PARKER.
CO LU M B IA!
.Wholesale ?nd Retail
CLOTHING, H ?VT,
GENT'S rCBNlSDIXG HOUSE,
Main Street, next to Mr, JR. C. Shiver's
Dry Goods House.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
efB=rsr^?- WE have now on hand a ^y, .jy,
ffirfmfflftrge andtariod assortment f'WfNjfc
ntW I I I >of the above Goods, boughtU/lHl/
low for cash, and will be sold for that commo?
dity, at a small advance Sumo of our Goods
aro our owu manufacture, and every garment
we have m store has been selected with great
care, and will be warranted.
IN HATS, we hu ve always been the leader*.
Dealing extensively in them, we are enabled to
sell u single one or by the dozen at Uss
prices than smaller houses. |
smm In tho CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, wo
Jnhave added to our already large corps of
lin workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of large
experience in their line, recently from Paris,
and we aro thus enabled to aiakc a style
of Goods superior lo any Goods made in this
State. We have cl?nico and varied patterns of
English and French CA8SIMERES, and keep
up to tho market in styles.
Shirt?, Drawers, Socke, Handkerchiefs, now
style Ties, square Nock Handkerchiefs, Ti unka,
Valises, Shawls, Ac. Oct 24
. OB. W. H. TUTT'g
A BSA PARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Fills,
Improved Hair Dye, For eats by
Feb 27 ly_E. E. JACK80N.
?7|\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
? T / figures.
80 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Cbswing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chowing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chewing Tobacco.
Jaly 20 JOHN O. BEEGER8.
S 11 Ji'LL g I ur i III ?? ? m?
? it - j r a f ? tn. n al gUWMWfc ^oti(Ppyt, ,r ...
In tho District Court of tho United States for
the District of South Carolina.-In Bank
PywiMTT*** w master. ot, u am e s ? ?sig'er,
flW^flrit ,1t' may'tjoncorn-Tho un der H i eric d,
ilves'iiotioo'oT hietippoiotiuent se Assignais
of >th? estate of JAMES HKIGLER, in the
GCnotyof Lexington, in said District, aud who
waa, Qsv.tho 2d', day of FehruarV, A, D.' 1869,
adjudged a Bankrupt upon the petition of
biiriwelf, by C. O. Jmjrwr, Ei<p, in Bankruptcy,
at Newberry Court H olino, dated iq Lemington
Count v, the let of .November, A. D. 1869. . .
G GOUGE. C. H ALTI WANGER, ',
_Nov 8 w3* Asiiirneo.
AT the next session of the Legislature, ap?
plication will bo made to that bodv for n
Charter, by the Columbia Oil Co. Sopt_25 B13
Notice is Hereby Given
TUAT application will bu made to tho Le?
gislature, at its next session, for an
amendment to the Charter of the Columbia
Bridge Company.- Sept 1 w 8mo
?Shorobv given, that T will, oil tho 29TH day
of NOVEMBER instant, apply to the Pro
i bate Judgo of Lexington Couuty, for a linal
! dischargo aa Administrator of tho catato of
: George Oswalt. JOEL KE1SLER, Ju.,
I Nov 2 w-i Administrator.
DR. LEAK'S PREMIUM :TO SACCO- iu
. ditfcrunt ?tvlea, ino)tiding tho EXTRA
i TWIST, eo well known.
\ Morris A- Sons' DURHAM SMOKING TO?
BACCO-considered the bent. For salo in any
quantitv, by E. STENHOUSE.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
Washington street, a few doors from Main.
I ^r* BEST of LIQUORS, WINES, SEOARS,
B?sete., constantly on hand, and dispensed
%Xf prompt! v. Hot Mixt ure? of various kinds.
I REE LUNCH every dav at ll o'clock.
Nov 7 R. BARRY. Proprietor.
ON TUR FIRST MONDAY in JA
aLtmk NUARY next, tho subscriber wit
I *?!ji2ft*fireceive a linrted Dumber of pupih
HTBBFI^ preparing for a Coll?ge or Univer
jPj?P* sity course, or who may wish tc
vatmmW pursue special studies in English
Anciont Languages and Mathematics.
NOVGBS _ _ WM.^ JU VERS.
F. A. Tradewell vs. Mary E. Boatwright, e,
al.-BUI for Partition, <tc.
TnE creditors of Dr. W. 0. FREEMAN, de
ceased, aro required to provo before rm
their demands against his CBtate, on or befon
the FIRST DAY of January next.
Sept 39 WIS D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Notice is Hereby Given
THAT application will bo made to the Stab
Legislature, at its next session, to incor
porate a Lifo Insurauco Company, with iti
central office in tho city of Columbia.
AUK 25 _ wl3
Bond and Stock Broker,
BUYS and Pells BONDS, STOCKS. COU
PONS. BANK BILLS, Gold and Silve
COIN. Ollice-Columbia Hotel Building, Mai!
street. Nov 3 t2mo*
_-^|Tg-j ONE 7 and one. f. Octavo FIANC
5-^P^3^?f Also, Tuning and Repairing Pia
??51 if ?nos, Molndeons and Organs. Ot
der? loft at my residence, Taylor street, nea
tho Charlot:e lu pot. will meet willi promp
attoutiou. JOSEPH DENCE.
Nov 3 timo
? A lot of extra fine Saddle..
?^^and Harness HORSES. ThejP^
JWWjcan he seen at Chan. Logan's
?L rt atables, where wo expect toSHaal
keep constantly- on band a fino assortment <
I HORSES and MULES during the winter.
Oct 24 ||S fm W. S. ft J. M. TALBOT.
ALL persons having claims against tli
en ta te of ASA HAMMOND, deceased, ai
requested to present tho same, duly attest?e
to Albert M. Boozer, Attorney at Law, at Ci
lumbia, for naymont, on or before January .
1870; and all persons indebted to said est?t
will please make payment oither to said A
tornev, or to myself, at Kingsville, bt-foro sai
date.' FRANCES HAMMOND, Adm'r.
KiKosvn.LK, October 22, 18?9. Oct 23 H11
. 7t NICKERSON HO USE/7
COLl'MHIA, SOUTH CAKOLINA.
I r?|^-i THIS pleasantly located IK
??SfWs^ssl! TEL, unsurpassed hy ai
MBeHfcTfJT House in the South for conifo
Iwj-fffl^jHIr* .i healthy locality, is no
open 'to Travelers and others seeking accon
modations. Families can bo furnished wil
nice, airy rooms on reasonable forms. "A ca
is solicit*-d." My Omnibus will he lound i
the different depots- passengers carried
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 "WM. A. WRIGHT.
To the Public
?. HAVING jnst returned from the Kort
sff with a NEW STOCK OF SUPERIO
(TOOOODS, for the custom trade, I am pr
-lliLpared to fill orders at short notice ai
in tho very latest styles. A better stock,
my line, has never been brought to this cit
and having several com pet eut workmen,
guarantee satisfaction to all. Oivi; me a ca
Sept 18 'O. D. EDRRHARDT.
TR. ostn xi x- ctxx t.
j/m* THE POLLOCK HOUSE RE
kl *y TAU RANT is now in complete wor
^*2K2r ing order. OYSTERS will be serv
up in every style and in the best manner. I
Doilies supplied in any quantity. m*'
Also, G.VME in H-.i-.ui,; besides Afjnfis?
REFRESHMENTS of every kind. yJEHES
The BILLIARD ROOM is ?ghin in
? "gaopcration. Tables from bi
^TIAEP^S ?>alil T. W- POLLOCK,
XZ??Cm??^ Ucl ?H I'roprietoi
- MRS. FI.ANIGAN respectfu
Lmfttfi'^m informs tho ladies of Golurn
wS/li Ikfl ar,!' vicinity that she lins recoil
jUtLirS and would offer for their insu
jaL.vJ]Jir] 14 *t r4 .'upcrior stock of S
?jERrefai linerv in IJO'JNK I S, 11 ATS, Fl
* "AKjr VIVIERS and FLOWERS, in ei
less variety, ufter tho very latest fa iii io
and at the lowest prices.
Attended to, DM usual, with au assortment
Trimmings. Pattern-, ftc. Oct 2
To the Ladies-Millinery.
MRS. C. K. KKED has op
*or ln*PS?tlon, the finest i
?i?y?fSk most fashionable, assortment
fgjflSiUa FRENCH. ENGLISH and A3
Wff9M RICAN MILLINERY ever offe
^WWin Columbia. CORSETS. HA
flWfnVj|w plat.i or ornanionte.il, at all [irii
lw?>f\i? an assortment of cheap FAN
sflill JEWELRY, HATS, Feathers, i
fl Wi Ostrich, Birds of Paradise, ?fcc.
will ?eli low everytning m my lips. Oat 17 3
TJORNEO, GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUB
10 OOO yards of tho abovo for sale at low
market rates E. ft G. D. HOP*
Industria!* ton Works.
Way no and Gorvaisor Brjf4g4?treot?, qpposlte,
the Greenvillo passenger depot, aud is now i
ready to receive ord?rafer building arfdrepair- i
inp all kind? of Machinery, auoh aa Steam Kn
SihoH and Boilers, Circular Saw, Flour and
Irist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting ?nd Pol?
loya, Cotton Proas Sorowa and irons. Iron
Railings fer Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nut* of any desired s?tes,
and Wrought Iron ForgirJga. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK,
pct ?0 _, _Imo
Watches, dooks and Jewelry.
_? THF, undersigned most respectfully
j?y\ .n*'orma patrons, and the public in
JK?fcgeneral, that he has received a well se?
lectee! assortment of floe Watches, Jewelry
and Clooks-Mninl them the celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eyc-glaaaea of
ovory focus, to snit all eyes. Above-mentioned
articles will be sold al reasonablo prices. All
work connectod with thia lino wUl bo executed
in tho best workmanlike manner, and properly
warranted. A. W. WEHRHAN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berrv's FnrnRuro I
Rooms. _ jSj _0cl?7
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel BlocJc. One Door North
of Mnin Entrance.
THE MAMMOTH I
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
^1S now receiving a very .
large Fall Stock, and isnow^?S^
open for inspection. U iic^jj^
'stock Trill com pt ino every
article usually kept in a first clasB house, such
as Hats, from tho lowest grado to tho finest
silk hoaver, Boots and Shoes in evory style,
and at prices lo suit ali, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Cents' Leathor, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, SchoolBatcbols. Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors, I will bo happy to
receive a continuance of public patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Buyers is soli?
cited. Call at sign of the big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3_Ai SMYTHE.
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
SITUATED on Assembly street, near tho
North-east corner of tho Market, is now
prepared to servo up OYSTER8 in every stylo,
to ploaso tho patrons of tho House.
Families can bo srjpbbed with Oysters cither
on tho shell or opened.
Tho BAR ia furnished with tho best of
WINES, LIQUOR8. ETC.
A fino BOWLING ALLEY is attached to tho
House. D. McGUINNIS,
_Nov 4 5* Proprietor.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from 8eed purchased directly of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at 12.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AM AK El:,
St. Matthew's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchsHod Seed of me last spring,
for information touching tho purity and supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit : Hon. T. .T. Oood
wyn, Dr. A. IL Taber, Fort Motte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paull i ng, Ksq., St. Mat
thew's; L. R. Bockwith, Esq., Jamison's: and'
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller, !
Ksq.. Orangoburg Court House ; all of Orange-1
burg County, S. C. A. P. A.
ALL persons having demands against the
estato of ROBERT N. LEWIS, deceased,
will present thom properly attested, and all
persons indobtod will make payment, within
three months from dato of this publication, to
DANIEL B. LEWIS,
Oc^lO nil3 Qualified Executor.
g\.narf^ , WE take pleasure
*f\*Jax m notHyluR our
t y?Vj&aVSJBrffiP?* 'T fronda and the
\y ^fgfej r*-&f\~ i public that we have
\ ? '.^'?.W^'MW >? . removed our Stock,
: ~^?>^^?^?^^ GROCERIES. .Vc ,
H*"-'*- ^^s*?!??^ to Old EXCHANGE
Le ?^?'.'MS^^^j BANK CORNER,
??S^-y' \ neurlv opposite Co
*?\:'r-.:;<f?^fc^/ limbla Hotel,
*&\J:^-uj&^r whore we will l>e
pleased to see and
oller them extra inducement* in all articles
nsuallv kept iu thc GROCERY, HARDWARE
and LIQUOR linc. T. J. A H. M. CIBSON,
Oct 15 Old Rxehange Rank Corner.
PROPOSALS will bc received for 30 days,
hy tho undersigned, for tho building of a
Methodist Church, ni tho town of Uniop, 8. C.
The foundation walls will bo 02 by 39 feet: the
side walls will be rained about 25 feet above
the ground; rho tower projects 6 feet beyond
tho end wall of the Church; tho roof will be
Plana and specifications may be seen .at the
oiric?; of tho undersigned.
Proposals for ita erection in wood, brick or
stone will he considered.
If stone is adopted, a good quarry, a mile
from town, will be furnished to the contractor,
without charge. The quarry is a soft granite,
in mass, linc grained, and easily worked, aud
is accessible by i0good road, with tho grades
in favor of the bani.
Cash advances will bc made on I he work ss
B. D. Ci LP. j
W. T. THOMSON, V Committee.
Oct-28 JOHN L. YOUNO.) |lmo
Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber baa on hand a large assn 'I
mont of Sinner's, Wilson's, Orover & B i
ker's, eto., SEWING MACHINES; also, a fine
assortment of English ind Gera&an GUNS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will bo sold lower than at
any other place in tb? ci ty.
Sewing Machiner., duns, Pistols. Looks, etc.,
ropatred at the abortest notice, and all work
warranted. f. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 26 Mainstreet.
Tot?HMr [J < &
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
inform tbo citizens of Columbia
and the surrounding country go -
oerally, that I have resumed my
old Business again, after a lapse
pf twentv years, engaged in tho manufacture
of Iron,' I am again back at my first Buslnos R,
tba* of. WATCH, CLOCK ?oro, J Ii WELBY -
where a full Stock of all Goods kept lu a First
Class Establishment ean bs found. I ob ail-use
my best endeavors to give satisfaction to aJL
t hope to receive a sharo of patronage. I shall
koep First Class Workmen, and ell work ta
trusted to me will bo warranted.
Nov 6 WILLIAM GLAZE. a
Next IQ Agnew's, on Plain Slr eel.
"VTOW on hand and rooeiving tho largest
IM stook of FURNITURE OF EVEJR? DE?
SCRIPTION ever broughTto this mattet, con
siBting in part of 60 Hed-room suits itt Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chosnut and Painted-some of
them at very low prices. ' <
A neo, . lat
DINING ROOM and PARLOR SUITS. .
BEDSTEADS of all kinds- MnvpT?j "Walnut
and Mahogany, , . . U i V,
SIDEBOAltDS and BUREAU?at all pr!oes.
CHAIRS or every description, dlreoflTrWa
tho manufacturers, and at prices that cannot
fail to pleaso tho closest huyera.
*?r All kinds of FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
in tho host manner.
FUNERALS served with all kinds of Motalic
or Wood Coffins. M. H.. BERRY.
J. F. BOZEMAN, Prosident. .
D. F. WILCOX, Secretary.
CONTINUES to furnish perfect seonrity
againBt loss or damago by fire on all kinds
of insurable property, at adequate rat?s.
Agonta oan be fonnd at every prominent point
in the Southern States, to whom applications
for insurance mav be made. Apply to
IL E. NICHOLS A CO.,
Oct 17 H6tufl8 _ Columbia. 8. C.
C LO THING .
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a very large and desirable Stook of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, Ac, which I mn determined to offer
purchasers on the moat ?vun-onaljle terms.
Oct 13 WM. J. HOKE.
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December, 1867.
AFTER an extensive use of this important
improvement in practice for nearly two
years, it id with full confidence nrgodupon thc
profession and the public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of ArtLicial Dentures.
AB in thin method, rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into thc handB of those familiar
with gold plate work.
It may not bc generally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dontists who are
not licensees, render themselves liable to the
penalty of infringement, as well as the ope?
Oftice rights wiil he disposed of and instruc?
tion given by letter,or at tho operating room*
of Reynolds"ft Reynolds, whero tho manipula?
tion may be daily witnessed, and where com?
munications mav be addressed. >
WM. REYNOLDS, M. P.,
Jina Y2X. Colombia. K. C.
Sportsmen's Equipments, ?
I . respectfully inform my
friends and - public in general
jd^S-C^p, ?Im* I have just received ?fine
V mm% "assortment of DOUBLE'AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS, RIFLE9, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at short notice bv superior
workmen. P. W. KRAFT,
Sept 17 _ _Main street.
HEIN FISH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
TUE WONDEB OF
HOUSEHOLD REMEDY for every DIB
EASE OF THE BLOOD. No Medicine
has attainod such a world-wide reputation as
this justly celebrated compound.
Its extraordinary healing powers are attest?
ed to by thousands, and ever> mail is .freight?
ed wit ii letters bearing testimony to its excel?
lent character and worth as a medicine.
Orders are coming in from all quarters, and
all bear unmistakable ?vidence nf its ?rest
FOR" IIlTMOns IW TIIK nt.ooo.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, -T?a g
> tab- -^?a *
? ?&r THU GREAT -^ga S
a &?r -?a pt
alte?- BLOOD AND LIVER -&a g
? &?r- MEDICINE.
.SXA?IV'I.IK'Or? aiVICW? MOA
Be sure and ?sk for
? IIKINITSU'H qi'KEN'S OKLIUItT,"
And see that his name ls on it..
Look out and avoid base imitations.
FISHER X HEINITSH, Wholesale Agents,
Joly 171 _ _Gjdnmbia. S C.
Salt! Salt'.! Salt IT!
Krvri EXTRA Larco Sacks Liverpool
?JVH/ SALT, on hand and for sale at re?
duced prices, l>y_J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
e*r\f\ LBS. Choice Broakfast BACON,
>V7V-/ 200 Lbs. Primo Smoked BEEP, for
sal? by E. ft Q. D. HOPE.
Jos. DANIEL POPS. A. O. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
.SOLICITORS I!C EqciTV.
Office-Law Rang' Columbia, 8. C. May C j