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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sunday Morning, January 23,1870. A
THE INFLUX OF CAPITAL AND
LABOR-OUR GENERAL POLICY.
One of the great needs of Sonth Caro?
lina and the South, is capital and labor.
We want moro capital and more labor.
These are necessary in order to develop
oar resources, to energise onr labors and
to stimulate enterprise. We do not
want? in onr jndgmeut, labor from China,
bat we want it from tho European hive.
It ia European emigrants who have so
developed the great North-west. They
bring their capital and their labor, and
their substantial citizenship. It will be
a fortunate dav for the South when this
stream that has so enriched thc West,
shall be made to flow over aud fertilizo
this Southern land. Ono of the great
points against radicalism is, that it does
not encourage this great work. Tho
negro man is disposed to regard every
white settler that comes to live in our
midst, as an intruder, and, of course,
negro law-makers are not goiug to legis?
late in behalf of the great work of en
3oaragoment to immigration to our
section. Tho South, under radical rule,
is not inviting to tho settler, either from
the North or from Europe. Wo say to
oar fellow-citizens all over the Stale and
the South, that there is a great duty
before us. We must seize thc control of
affairs in the South. We must organize
a great progressive party, bent upon
making this section prosperous and
wealthy. We must do no wrong. We
must respect the rights and the claims
of all, regardless of color. Wc-the
sons of the soil and the Heaven-ordained
oontrollers of this section-must move
out upon the political as well as tho in?
dustrial field. We must utilizo all that
we have of labor, white and black. We
mast use all that we have of capital and
enterprise. Bat, in addition to this, wo
must get control of government and le?
gislation in the Sooth, and discarding
the narrow, short-sighted and partial po?
licy of radicalism, we must inaugurate a
broader, higher, wiser and more telling
statesmanship. Wo must opou our sec?
tion to the capital and the labor of Eu?
rope. We must open it to the capital
and the labor of the North. We need
this from the North. It has been charged
that the whites of tho South oppose the
coming of the Northern mnu here. This
is false. When the Northern mau comes
as a settler, and not as a political sucker
and incubus, we welcome him. We need
the ingenuity of the Northern man. He
can teach us. of the South, valuable les?
sons iu energy, thrift and economy. Thus
it is, men of the South, that we open out
to you a lino of action, which, under
God, will culminate in victory-victory
over the forces that impede our present
march -victory that will bring with it
the rich fruits of peace and plenty-vic?
tory that will give ns dignity and influ?
ence-victory that will reward us for ull
we have toiled aud lost and borne-vic?
tory-glorious victor}'-not to be abused
-viotory for ourselves and our children -
viotory that will enure to the benefit of
all classes uud conditions in our section.
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MR. EDITOR: It is with pleasure I read
*&a article in the Gleaner, of the 5th
instant, on the subject of "How to In?
crease Wages." All that is said, I
'heartily concur in; but the writer has
omitted another very importunt item,
which all men giving employment to un?
taxed laborers, must admit as of vast im?
portance. I meau the extreme amount
of taxes imposed on employers by the
State as well as of the United States
Governments, upou those who ure striv?
ing to rise from the wreck of misfortune,
that will, as long as continued, be the
means of depressing the value of labor.
High taxes always have, and always will,
compel capitalists to lower tho amount
imposed, by low prices for labor and
high prices for their proiiuctious; conse?
quently the laborer in tho cud will
always be the subject of oppression; not
by his employer, willingly, but from
uecessity in self-defence. Ho who votes
for men to impose such unruusonablo
taxes ought not to expect fair and remu?
nerating prices for their services, nor will
they ever get it until they change their mode
of voting. Those who vote for men of
moderation are necessarily dragged ulong
with the oppressing voters, so that all
are in the same dilemma. The capitalist
or employer cannot help himself, if ho
would, without bocoming a bankrupt,
and as poor and dependent as his em?
ployer. In our next election, lei it be dis?
tinctly undei'stood tJial the only way lo gel
fair prices for labor will be to cast off in?
posters and elect rational mirided men, to
fill their places. This is the only remedy
to bo observed by white or black, ring
streaked or striped, as tho case may be.
J. N. M.
DEPARTURE OF THE SPANISH GUN
no ATS.-The fleet of thirteen Spanish
gun-boats, which has been coaling and
refitting in this harbor for several days,
sailed yesterday for Havana. They
were accompanied to the bar by tbs
Spanish Consul, Senor Moneada, and
Mr. J. A. Enslow, the commercial agent
of tho licet nt this port.
[ Charleston NHS, 22d.
SAVE U8 FROM OUR FRIENDS!
IP "rOUTICS ABS AX A DISCOUNT,"
SO MUCH THE WORSE.
The Winnsboro Nexca expresses the
opinion that we are sounding "our po?
litical tocsin" into deaf ears, and seems
to suggest that we might be doing some?
thing better than to seek to rally the
country and the State "to the rescue."
We accord the News tho right to ex?
press an opinion; but, after all, it is only
its opinion. We differ from tho News in
this-that we have a deaf ear to deai
with. We do not believe that the good
men of the country aro amenablo to the
charge that they aro bent on money?
making and nothing more, lt is well for
money-makiDg to eugage public atten?
tion. Wo have, over and over again,
suggested that wealth is one of tho most
essential powers that wo need. But it is
not all of our duty to mend our fortunes.
Thero is something else before us; and
our plau is to let industrial development
and political activity act and react upon
each other. These aro connected, and
wo must not part them asunder. Our
obvious programmo is Political Reform
and Industrial Activity. These aro tho
words that we inscribe upon oar bauner.
This is tho tocsin that we sound. Above
the din of busy life, we shall raise our
voice, and urge our people to their
duty. The Neics finds occasion to sueer
at our earnest effort to do the State
sotuo service. It finds it proper to say
that ull this goos for nothing, and that
our voice is not heeded. Ii this were
so, still would wc go on and do what
seems to us to bo a solemn duty. But
tho proprietor of tho News is not correct.
Our voice is not unheeded. Wo but ,
speak the thoughts that breathe in many j
a man's soul. Wo but use the words
that spring unbidden to many a man's
lips. Aud we shall go on with our work.
It is, however, more than we expected,
to find opposition where wo expected
aid, and coldness where warmth was
It may yet result that tho News will
fiud cause to review its political career- j
that review, iu our judgment, c.muot
como too soon. It is a poor policy that
landa us in tho slough of despond. It is j
a poor way of saving tho oountry, to
suggest that "all is lost." All is not
lost. We have au abiding faith that the
souse of the country will triumph over
ita folly, and that the virtue aud intelli?
gence of the laud will triumph over its
vico and ignorance.
Let us do our part. Let ns keep the
"whiteness of our souls." And as there
is a God above us, wj shall yet reach the
political haven where wo would be.
Cannot men have faith ? Can they
not seo that even tho forcosof nature aro
working for the causo wo uphold? And
they are working, just as those forces
generally work-quietly, slowly, silently,
somewhat imperceptibly, but resistlcssly
and effectually. We await tho better day
for thc ?State aud tho country.
MK. EDITOR: Why is it that Governor
.Scott, Judge Willard, aud other pretend
i od friends of tho colored people-car
! pet-baggers, who owe their offices to ne
; gio votes-do not invito nor admit
j negroes to their parties, soirees, and
I sociul gatherings? Arejnot Whipper, and
! DeLargo, and Elliott, and Wimbush,and
Bosemon, and the seventy-four other
colored men in the Legislature, fit to as
I sociato with the adventurers to whom
they have so liberally voted lucrative of
' fices? Are not Senator Nash and Repro
I aentatives Thompson, and Wilder, and
j Simons, and Goodson, clean enough to
' touch the immaculate kids of these j
i creatures of their own making? Why [
( does Senator Wright sue for 85,000 dam- j
ages for being put out of a ladies' car in j
I Virginia, when here, in Columbia, he j
I does not dare to enter the drawing-rooms I
! of Yankees whom his owu vote has helped i
. to raise to ollice? I merely ask for iu
; formation. AHASUERUS.
I. O. O. F.-ELECTION OF OFFICERS.- .
; At. thu regular annual communication of ?
j tho li. W. Grand Lodge of South Caro
; lina, held on tho 20th instant, tho follow
: iug officers were installed for the current ?
j year: Past Grunds C. Laney Meyer, M.
D., M. W. G. M.; H. W. Tincken, R. I
W. D. G. M. ; D. Nordmeyer, R. W. G. ?
W. ; Past Graud Master Richard Cala- ?
well, R. \V. G. Socretary; Past Grands
T. W. Holwell. R. W. G., Treasurer; !
Jos. Samson, W. G., Conductor; (too. '
lOppel, W. G., Guardian; J. T. Forbes, ,
W. G., Marshal; Past Grnnd Master j
i John M. Elford, D. D. G. M. Commit
! too on Eloction and Returns-Past Grand
Master Richard Caldwell, Past Grands '
Robert James, J. E. Bowers. Commit?
tee on Finance-Past Grands James Sil
cox, H. Henry Knee, W. E. Milligan.
Committee on the State of tho Order
Past Grand Secretary W. G. DeSaussure,
Past Grand - Minis, Past Grand
Master George Strong, Past Grands E. L.
Terry, C. H. Eberhardt.
At the rogular annual communication
of the R. W. Grand Encampment of
South Carolina, held on the 18th inst.,
thc following officers were installed for
tho current year, to wit: Patriarchs T.
W. Holwell, R. W. G. O. P.; O. J.
Schlepporgrell, R. W. G. H. P.; R.
Morillo, R. W. G. S. W. ; Robt. James,
R. W. G. J. W.; L. A. Duval, R. W.O.,
Treasurer; J. E. Meyer, R. W. G.,
Soribe; E. John White. R. W. G., Senti?
nel; C. Laney Meyer, M. D.. representa?
tivo to the R. W. G. L. U. S.
SATURDAY, JAXV?SX 22, 1870.
The Seriate met at 12 m. Proeident
pro tem. Montgomery in the Chair.
A concurrent resolution from the
House, for adjournment eine ilia of the
General Assembly on Tuesday, Marah 1,
1870, was, after discussion, laid on the
Reports ol Medical Committee of tho
House on accounts of Drs. H. W. Hon
drix, Li. D. Radzinsky and P. A. YVil
hite, for post mortem examinations, were
referred to Committee on Claims.
The Committee on Engrossed Bills
submitted a report on a joint resolution
empowering tho State Treasurer to re?
new a certificate, of stock to Richard P.
Buck, with a recommendation that the
resolution bo recommitted to the Com?
mittee on Finance, in order that irregu?
larities in the form of said joint resolu?
tion may bo corrected. So ordered.
PtBills to provide for the payment of
claims of teachers for services renderod
during the fiscal year, commencing No?
vember 1, A. D. 1808, and ending Octo?
ber 31, A. D., 1800; to incorporate the
Independent Elliott Hook and Ladder
Company, of Orangeburg, received Ihird
readings, passed, and wore ordered to the
A bill to make a further appropriation
for the purchase of lauds by tho Land
Commissioner, was laid on tho table, af?
Tho Committee on Enrolled Acts re?
ported as duly and correctly enrolled,
und ready for ratification, an Act tu alter
and amend an Act entitled "An Act con?
cerning the office, duties, and liabilities
Tho Committee on Railroads, to whom
was referred House concurrent resolution
asking tho appointment of a commit?
tee to investigate the affairs of tho Blue
Ridge Railroad, reported back the same,
accompanied by a lotter from tho Presi?
dent of the said Company, and respect?
fully referring tho further consideration
of tho resolution and report of tho Com?
mittee to tho Senate for its action.
Notice was given of n bill to incorpo?
rate a homo for invalid clergymen.
Tho Speaker of tho House of Repre?
sentatives attended in thc Senate, and
the following Ads were duly ratified: To
establish a company under tho name of
tho Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's Island
Ferry Company; to incorporate tho Vig?
ilant Fire Engino Company, of Colum?
bia; to incorporate tho Wateres Fire
Engino Company No. 2, of Camden; to
incorporate tho Winnsboro Hook and
Ladder Company, of tho town of Winns?
boro; to recharter Blythe's Gap Turn?
pike Road; to carry into effect tho pro?
visions of thc Constitution in relation to
tho rights of married women; to incor?
porate the Deutscher Artillerio Unter?
st?tzung? Verein; to designate tho of?
ficers by whom sales orderod by the
Courts of Common Pleas, and Judges
thereof, and of tho Courts of Probate,
shall bc made, and for other purposes;
to incorporate tho African Methodist
Episcopal Church in this State; to alter
and amend an Act entitled "Au Act con?
cerning the office, duties and liabilities
of Coroners;" to incorporate tho Sisters
of Our Ladv of Mercv, of South Caro?
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at 12 m. Speaker
Moses in the Choir.
The Committee on Engrossed Acts re?
ported tho following billa and joint reso?
lutions as being duly and correctly en?
grossed; which were read the third time
and passed: Bills to amend and renew
the charter of tho town of Walterboro;
to renew and amend tho charter of the
town of Spartanburg, with amendments;
joint resolutions authorizing tho Trea?
surer to advance $0,000 per month to
tho Superintendent of the Penitentiary;
to provide medical nid for the indigent
sick and poor in the respective Counties
in the State; bills to incorporate the De?
laney Rifle Company,Jof Charleston; to
incorporate tho Charleston Loan Com?
pany; a Senato bill to incorporate the
Winnsboro Baptist Church, of Fairfield
County; bill to incorporate tho Cox
Bridge Road; joint resolution as to tho
payment of teachers.
Notice was given of bills to license
gambling houses; to alter ?nd amend
tho charter of Abbeville; to incorporate
a home for invalid clergymen nt Aiken ;
to incorporate the Union Fire Engine
Company; to incorporate the Randolph
Rifle Company, of Charleston.
Tho following bills from tho Senate
were read and referred: To repeal an Act
to charter tho Air Lino Railroad; joint
resolution to authorize tho Keeper of the
State House to purchase one and-a half
gross gas light burners for the Capitol;
joint resolution authorizing the Secrotary
of Stato to purchase 200 copies of Rich?
ardson's Law and Equity Reports for the
uso of tho State.
Mr. Rivers introduced a bill to incorpo?
rate tho Providence Baptist Church of
Mr. Mobley introduced a bili to in?
corporate tho Sassafras Turnpike Road.
Mr. Farr introduced a bill to incorpo?
rate tho town *>f Jonesville, in Union
Mr. Wells introduced a bill to extend
tho time for tho completion of tho Port
Mr. Morrison introduced a bill to in?
corporate the Grovo Station Bridge
Mr. Elliott introduced a bill to amend
an Aot entitled "an Aot to incorp?ralo
the Georgetown Railroad Company."
The Committee on Incorporations re?
ported favorably on a bill to incorporate
the South Carolina Savings and Building
A Bill for the payment of coroners'
juries was read the third time and
ordered to be enrolled.
A bill to amend the charter of the
Georgetown Railroad Company was post?
A joint resolution providing for the
getting up of the balance of tho State
House, was ordered to be engrossed.
TBS LATE "THUNDER ALT. ROUND TUB
SXT"-THB KENTUCKY TORNADO.-The
late extraordinary "bested term" for
mid-winter hos culminated West of the
Alleghenies in a great storm or connect?
ed chain of storms of hurricane winds,
lightning and thunder, rain and hail,
such as, in the region involved, are not
expected till the month of Juno. From
onr telegraphic advices, it appears, that
on the night of the 16th, (Sunday.) a
heavy thunder-storm passed over St.
Lonis, doing considerable damage to
chimneys, signs, awnings, trees, fences;
that on the same evening, n similur storm
prevailed at Nashville und therenboute,
doing considerable dumugc to buildings;
that through central and Southern Ohio,
there was, at tho samo time, a heavy rain
fal), flooding thc smaller streams and
crenting a freshet in the Ohio River itself;
that tho focus or central point of this
extensivo commotion among tho ele?
ments, appears to have been tho Matn
motb Cave, at Cavo City, and in thnt
neighborhood, where tho storm appeared
a full-blown West Indian tornado, sweep?
ing fences, trees, bouses, everything,
before it, and involving a lamentable de?
struction of human life, to tho number
; of twenty-five or thirty persons or more,
I in that sparsely-settled district.
A day later they had a tbnnder-storm
! us far East us tho Hudson Uiver, and as
! far North in Poughkeepsie, while in this
city and along tho Atlautic const, East
', ward and Southward, two or three days
j of clouds and fogs and rain, with some
j snow "away down East," have marked
this most extraordinary visitation of tho
i wartu and heavily charged exhalations
i from tho Gulf Stream. Ked ticing, then,
j all these rains, snows, hail storms and
I hurricanes ol" tho interval between Ibo
j 15th lind 10th days of this month tn tho
I differing phases of one great storm, ex
j tending from tho cotton region of the
South to the New Dominion, and from
J the Atlantic coast to tho Rocky Motin
; tains, tho question recurs, what caused
j il? Tf we look for tho remote causes, we
must apply our explanation to the recent
i heavy storms passing over the british
; islands, which, wo think, may involve
? some extraordinary pertnbntions in the
I atmosphere nround tho entire circuit of
' the glob? within the North temperate
j zone.-New York Herald.
j STRIKE AT GUANITEVILLE.- A corros
j pondent writes that tho spinners of thc
' Granitevillo Factory struck, on Thurs
, day morning, for higher wages, asserting
i that their pay was wholly insufficient as
compensation for the work done. There
j was, nt the time of writing, every indica
j lion that the strike would fail of success.
: as by 1 o'clock, the Superintendent, Mr.
j George Kelly, had lilied nearly all the
j vacant places, and th<? work was going
I on us though nothing unusual had hap
I pened.-Charleston News.
- ? --
j A private despatch toa Southern niem
I her of Congress, from Jackson, Miss.,
says II. R. Revels, of Natchez, has been
elected to the United States Seunte for
i the short term, by eighty ono votes.
The receiver of tho despatch says Revels
i is a negro.
Tho following is the result of thc
elecliou for town officers, held on Mon?
day last: Intendant-John Ansel. War?
dens-W. M. WiKxIin, C. E. Watson,
H. C. Rochan, R. B. Chambers, A.
' Breneckc, II. W. Pieper.
INCKNDIAKISU.-We regret to have tc
slato that the giu house of Dr. J. B.
Witherspoon, three miles from town,
was burnt on Friday morning last; also,
that the gin house of T. B. Fraser, Esq.,
about teu miles from town, was burul
thc previous night.-Sumter News.
The stables and barn (containing fod?
der and corn) of Mr. C. M. Ferguson, ol
Clinton, were burned on tho 13th inst.
Behoved to bo the work of au incendiary,
Loss about $1,000.-Laurensville Herald.
Tho Richmond Dispatch, speaking ol
the exodus of the blacks from Virginia,
says: "Tho news from tho country if
that a sort of panic on the subject ol
emigration rages among the blacks."
During a severe storm on Sunday,jal
Assumption, Illinois, two dwelling
houses were demolished and two chi!
dren killed. Three other persons wen
The Freemasons of Germauy hnv<
j adopted an address protesting against
i tho tendency of tho Oecumenical Counci
: towards thu doctrines of the Syllabus.
! ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.-Mr. Davit
: Bostic, freight train band on the Wil
! mington and Weldon Railroad, wat
enngbt between tho cars and killed al
Wilson, on Wednesday last.
"Oh! what an excellent Tonic," is th<
I languago of the invalid who uses SOLO
> MONH' BITTERS. N21
7ri CENTS per 100 RJB. paid for RONES
<._)) delivered ut any depot in South Carob
; na, or Hones ground on toll. Address,
Jan 23 3 COLOMBIA OIL COMPANY.
I (jil .) f\f\r\ SPARTAN RU RC and Unioi
inP?.V/UU Railroad RONDS.
I $1,000 psst due City Columbia Ron-is.
Taet duo City Columbia Coupons.
Apply to 1). (?AMURILL,
Jan 23 2 Offlco Columbia Hotel Building.
Corn, Hay, Flour,
AT LOW PM ICES FOR CA SH.
?)prrv SACKS prime Whito CORN, in tw
i?eJU bushel Backs.
100 Sacks, three bushels each.
DO bales Superior Northorn Hay.
25 barrels No. 1 Family Flour, not to bo sui
passod in quality.
Apply at my Auction Room, corner Plai;
and Assembly streets. ,? ACOR LEVIN,
Jan 232 Auction and Commiaeiori Agoni.
TBE undoraignod gires notico that on th
25th day of February noxt. ho will appl
to W. H. Wlgg, Esq., Jndgo of Probate fo
Richland County, at his oflloe, at 10 o'olock i
m., for a final disoharge aa Guardian of Sara
Hammond, Elizabeth Hammond, Marth
Hammond, Rebecca Hammond and Mar
Hammond. JOHN MOTLEY, Ja.
Jan 23 tl3|
JTM ocal Items.
We are reqaeated to state that, owing
to the non-arrival of certain materials
necessary to its publication, the Soulhern
Guardian will not appear on Monday
morning, as previously stated, but in a
day or two afterwards. The first issue,
with a view to its general distribution
throughout the Shite, will be a largo one
and advertisers will do well to avail
themselves of its advantages. Terms
sumo as the PIUKSIX.
GOING BACK TO FIKST PRIM JIT.ES.
At tho suggestion of friends and well
wishers, the PlftBSlX was enlarged, seve?
ral weeks ago. But, after a fair trial, it
has been found imperatively necessary to
return to the former size. Although the
sheet will be reduced, the full amouut of
reading matter will be kept up.
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL. -Wo
have received the proceedings of the
annual Convention o? the South Caro?
lina Agricultural and Mechanical Society,
This pamphlet will he read with interest,
as it contains ninny valuable papers bear?
ing upon agriculture and tho mechanical
arts. Among the reports published is
omi from the pen of M?. Thomas G.
Clemson, on Ibo subject of Hie necessity
of scientific aud practical education.
Mr. Clemson is well posted in the matter
, whereof ho trouts, and wo aro satisfied
I that a perusal of his paper will amply
I repay perusal. There are other most in
; tcresting papers in tho pamphlet.
j CuUMUS.-The Supreme Court was not
j iu session yesterday. Cause-thu ne?
cessity for a carpet in the Court room.
There is a general disposition on the
part of the freedmen to hold back from
making contracts for tho ensuing year.
A good many of them talk about plant?
ing ou their own account, und others
j talk proudly about living in town on tho
j profits of last year. Few contracts have
' been made, aud thoso at exorbitant
Tho Ottawa (Ohio) Sentinel gives this
j advice: "Now, during tho winter, when
j you go into a neighbor's premises, bo
sure to leave doors a's you fiud them. If
the owner of a door does not know how
ho wants it, how do you know how he
A little girl thought the minister
j wanted some office, because, in praying,
he kept saying: "Grant, wo beseech
I thee. "
; Tho strike of thc telegraph operators
j has como to an end. The chief addresses
j ult tho circuits, aud tells them that he
j believes it is useless to continue tho strike,
j that all tho members of tho league aro
: absolved from their oaths, aud that he
advises them to return to their work.
I Perhaps this is the host course the work
j men could take, though they might have
hehl out some timo longer. The fight
bas been a very unequal one, and would
have proved probably still more disas?
trous had it been continued.
Tho concert in behalf of tho Ladies
Industrial Association will take plfi.ee on
Wednesday evening, 2Gth January. Pro?
gramme will appear in the PHOENIX of
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Messrs. Goldsmith & Kind are erecting
a handsome iron fence arouud the Go?
vernor's residence. It reflects great
credit on tho contractors.
Tho annual meeting of the Ladies'
Femulo Benevolent Society will be hold
in the Washington Street Chapel on
. Monday, 24th inst., at 12 o'clock, a. m.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, Rector,
10>? A. M. and 1 P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Con?
nell, Pastor, 10 A. M. and ? P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wm.
Martin, 10?? A. M. and .'V j P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. W.
Mood. 10?-.i A. M. and 7'i P. M.; Church
Mooting. 3.?.j P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Revnolds,
10' J A. M.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R.
Rude, 10'.. A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. Wm. E.
Bogg?, Pastor, ll)'.. A. M. and 7 P. M.
WEDDING GAUDS AND ENVELOPES.-A
lot of wedding cards and envelopes, ol
latest styles, has just been received:
which will bo printed in imitation of en?
graving, and at less than onb-tcnth thc
cost. Cali and see specimens ot PlIcSKIX
HOTEL Amit VALS, January 22.-Nick
erson House.-James P. Boyce, Green?
ville; G. D. Chapman, W. H. Miller,
Ga. ; Mrs. A. McIntyre, child and nurse,
Ala. ; G. Simes, Mass. ; D. B. Farming?
ton, W. B. Walsh, L Markens, N. Y.;
B. J. Hayos, Lexington; R. G. Lamar,
W. B. Bristol, ?T. L. Deaton, N. C. ; M.
Drucker, C. G. Memminger, Charleston;
J. Q. McBride, Greenville; J. H. Scran?
ton, W. Scranton. H. M. Wildbrom, Pa. ;
Thoa. Beaver, Va. ; R. Smith and wife,
Tenn.: J. B. Seigler, Newberry; J. R.
Chea tba rn, Helena; H. C. Cook, Army.
Columbia Hotel-VJ. S. Stewart, Winns
boro; C. B. Shaffer, O. Taylor, New
York; R. Pinokney, W. T. Burge,
Charleston ; T. J. Meroney, J. A. August,
North Carolina; Y. J. Pope, Newberry
T. J. Bell, Yorkville; C. C. Baker,
Union; C. B. Fant, Greenville.
Kaw ADYEBTISF.MBNTS.-Attention ia
called to the following advertisements,
published the first time this mamine :
D. 0. Peixotto ic Son-Auction.
Jacob Levin-Flour, Corn, Ac.
John Motley, Jr.-Notice.
D. Gambrill-For Salo-Wanted.
Columbia Oil Co.-Bones Wanted.
Dr.. Tu IT'S EXPECTORANT.-All who
have used this invaluable medicine for
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of
Blood, Croup, Inflammation of tho Lungs
or Chest, Hoarseness, Difficulty of
Breathing, Bronchitis and all diseases of
tho Lungs attest its usefulness. For
Lung affections it hos no equal. J22 6
ALLEN'S LUNO BA LS A.M.-The remedy
for curing Consumption, Coughs, Bron?
chites, Asthma, and Croup. As an ex?
pectorant it has no equal. It is com?
posed of tho active principles of roots
and plants, which are chemically ex?
tracted, so ns to retaiu all their medical
MINISTERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS who
aro so often nfliicted with throat diseases,
will find a suro remedy in this Balsam.
Lozengers and wafers sometimes give re?
lief, but this Balsam, taken a few times,
will insure a permanent cure. With all
those uillicted with Coughs or Consump?
tion, givo this Bnlsum a fair trial, they
will be pleased with the result, and con?
fess that tho SuitE REMEDY LS FOUND AT
LAST, lt is sold by all Druggists and by
FISHER A HIENITSH, Columbia. J1'|25J8
The beauty of woman-how marred by
blotches, pimples, spots, Ac. Tho pre?
valence of these symptoms of a diseased
condition of tho blood is noticeable
everywhere. See tho young man or the
young girl, with boils, pimples, spots,
und a pale, waxy, blanched appearance
of Bte countonanco and integuments
generally, as well of tho lips, tongue and
month, a pulse feeblo and rupid, loss of
appetite, with indigestion, flatulence
und irregular action of tho bowels, low
spirits and severo headache, great debili?
ty, with languor, you may set it down
the blood wants richness. A thousand
complaints flow from this one thing.
The QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the great blood
purifier and renovator. Get a bottle
and usc it. It is un invalnabie medicine
for poverty of blood. It is tho cheapest
aud best medicine you can use, as it
cleanses aud purifies tho very fountain
of life. Be sure to ask for "HEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIOHT." For sale by FISHER
& HEIXITSII, Druggists. J13
The weak aud emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by
tho use of" SOLOMONS* BITTEI?". N21
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good coudition," I uso SOLO?
MON'S BITTERS. N21
"Jusftho thing!" Such is the excla?
mation of the Dyspeptics who uso SOLO
j MONS' BITTERS. N21
! TN store and fer sal? at market prices:
I JL 500 bushels of primo White CORN, at
' Jan 21 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Mules and Horses.
i lfc^" A lot of lino Kentucky_
i \pft MULES and HORSES, for^^aw
: ^\Tlflf--tale at Agnew A Co.'a Stables ^raSI&
t Call una examine them. Prices modo . 1 -t\
rate. OWEN DALY.
, Jan 21 :i
JUST received hv Express,
? ^Sugar-loaf PINE-APPLES, Gilli
"dower, (Sheep's Nose) APPLES;
.BANANAS. Sweet ORANGES,
'1'RUNES. Elon.o FIGS, etc.
Jan 21 J. McKLNZIE, Groontteld's Row.
AT I1ARI>Y SOLOMON'S.
AFRESH supply of those choice SMOKED
Fresh Trenton CRACKERS, and caso oF
Bonbon's (K)NDENSED MILK. Jan 21
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
Q/\rV DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, aa
OUU sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, assort?
Thc above aro ot direct importation from
Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
are, therefore, of superior qualities to North?
ern imitations. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
LEAPHART & SLOANS
HAVE just received:
1,000 bushels prime white ? Western j
! 700bushels neaw black (Western) OATS,
j Diamond HAMS and pnro Leaf LARD, (8.
i Davis, Jr.)
250 barrels Superfine, Extra and Family
! FLOUR, nit reduced ratet?.) Jan 19
LEAPHART A SLOANS,
Jan li) Commission Merchants.
ii) ri BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, iuflno
EARLY GOODRIC H.
For salo low for cash, bv
Jan IS _ EDWARD HOPE.
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES is just opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady streets, near tho Post
Office. All persons in any way interested are
invited to call and examino some of tho finest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can bo produced. Thtso vobiclos havo been
bought right, and will bo sold low. Tho styles
aro tho very latest-the quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will be made to afford lasting
satisfaction and pleasure to tboso extending
their patronage to the subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD^
Hawley is Here !
rilOTKCT YOUR LIVES and PROPERTY
THE COMBINATION ROD, patented by
Hawley, in 1HC0, is decidedly tho host Rod
In uso. CLARK WARING, Architect.
A. V. LEE, Architect, Dn. J. W. PAUKER.
Address, HAWLEY, Columbia P. O.
Jan 10 _
ALL Book Accounts and Notes due E. A G.
D. Hope must be paid by tho iirat or Feb?
ruary next, or they will be plaoed in tho hands
of a Malistrato or Attorney for collection.
Jan 20 EDWARD HOPE.