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Attend the Truo Event."
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27. 1870. VOL. V-NO. 264.
Daily, Rix Months.
Tri-Weekly, Rix Months, -
Weekly. Six Months,
Per Square, Nine Lines, first Insel lion, #0 it
Each subs?quent insertion, - - 50
Weekly,each insertion, ... 70
49" A liberal ditcnunt made on the oboe
ratet rohen advertisement* are inserted h\ the
Mr. Farnsworth, Republican member
of Congress, in the debate on the Vir?
ginia admission bill, said:
"And the gentleman from South Caro?
lina (Mr. Whittemore) had presented,
last night, a lying, absurd document,
from individuals calling themselves the
loyal people of Virginia, intended to
blacken the character of Governor Walk?
er and defeat the efforts of thoso who
were attempting to bring the State into
the Union. It was a grose, black, damn?
ing libel upon Governor Walker."
Mr. Whittemore remarked that ho
would undertake to provo it by Gover?
nor Walker's law partner.
Mr. Farnsworth replied that tho man
who was most energetic and active in
getting np that manifesto, and whose
name was Fortor, had been tried and
found guilty, by a military commission,
and had been sentenced to six months'
imprisonment, and had had a ball and
chain attached to his ankle, for four
months, for disloyalty, sedition and
drunkenness. Ho undertook to say
that, but for the machinations and efforts
of a few men, who saw that, by a reha?
bilitation of the State, they would lose
their offices, Virginia would have been
admitted on the first day of this Con?
THE BLUE Iii o or. RAILROAD.-It is
now well understood that a better routo
can be fonnd for this road than the old
one. The new ronte commences near
the depot, at thi s place, and intersects
with tue original line eighteen miles
West of this point. By this arrange?
ment, tho Stumphouse tunnel and tho
two intermediate ones can be avoided.
Two miles in distance, eau be saved by
the change, and the cost of the new
route over the completion of the old one
is about the same. We rejoice in being
able to make this statement by authority.
It will destroy the prejudice engendered
against this enterprise on acoount of the
assumed impracticability of boring
through the Stnmpbouse tunnol. Be?
sides, we have assurances from more
quarters than one that tho road will be
completed at an early day. Locally, tho
proposed change of route will throw tho
track in or near town, and with it a
change of depot.-Keowee Courier.
To UNBOSOM HIMSELF.-Judge Jerry j
Black, who was Mr. Buchanan's Attor?
ney-General and Secretary of State after
General Cass's resignation of that office,
is preparing a statement, which will be
made publie in a few days, giving a his?
tory of the concurrences from November
to the 4th of March, preceding Mr. Lin?
coln's inauguration, concerning the nc- j
tion of the administration, in its en?
deavors to reinforce Fort Sumter, and !
tho position whieh ho and thc lute Ed
win M. Stanton maintained regarding1
that matter. Ho will make known a por- 1
tion of the secret history of that period,
which will, of course, bo interesting. j
Fisk and Gould both testified, yester- I
day, before Ibo Banking Committee. ?
They aesertod that, by the representa?
tions of Corbin, the brother-in-law of
Grant, which were sustained by corrobo?
rating evidences of his intimacy and
influence with tho President, they were ;
led to believe that President Grant had !
decided not to sell the Government gold.
They therefore bonght. On tho first
transaction, Mrs. (Inuit's Bhare of the
profit was $25,000, which was remitted
to her. They fullv implicate Buttertield. I
and held Si,000.0(H)on margin for him. j
[ Washington Special io Charleston Neirs.
At the city election in Middleton,
Conn., on Monday last, tho Democrats
elected their candidate for Mayor, und a
large majority of tho City Council, for
the first time since 1861. They also
cleoted their candidate for sheriff, asses?
sor, collector, and all but ono of the con?
On Monday, a aegro named George
Daniels murdered a man named Fhil.
Mnrphy, near Moand City, Arkansas.
Information was sent to the Memphis
police, who arrested Daniels on a ferry?
boat, and started with him through the
saloon. He broke away from them, and
was fired upon and killed.
Now for the sixteenth amendment.
Sweet sixteen! A national woman's
suffrage convention meets this week in
Washington for the purpose of urging
the adoption-of a sixteenth amendment
to the Constitution, giving the right of
suffrage to women.
The weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by
the ase of" SOLOMONS' BITTKP?. N21
A St. Louis husband applies for a
divorce, or> th* g ron nd that his wife made
him fast continually for religious pur?
"Jost the thing!" Such is tho excla?
mation of the Dyspeptics who uso SOLO?
MONS* BITTERS. N21
Tho London papers tell how a street
crowd was "greatly amused" whon the
carriages of a wedding party wcro blocked
in a narrow street by two louds of cradles
and baby wagons.
"Oh! whnt an excellent Tonio," is the
language of the invalid who uses SOLO
MOSS' BrtTEBS. N21
Thero wero sixteen porsons behoaded
last your in (Jernmny.
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pro
eervo my good condition," I uso SOLO?
MON'S FITTERS. N21
STICK TO YOUR BOSH.-Mr. Morgan
was a rich and also a good man. The
people of the town respected bim, sent
bim to Parliament, and seldom under?
took anything without asking MB advice.
If a school-house was to be built, the
plan had to be talked over with him.
Widow P. asked him what she should
plant in her field. Farmer S. always
got his advice iu buying cattle, and Mrs.
li. consulted him about bringing up ber
When asked how be was so successful,
Mr. Morgau said: "I will toll you how it
was. Ono day, when I was a lad, a party
of boys and girls woro going to u distant
pasturo to pick whortleberries. I wanted
to go with them, but was fearful that my
father would not let mo. When I told
him what was going on, and he at once
gavo mo pcrmissiou to go with thom, I
could hardly contain myself for joy, aud
rushed into tho kitchen, and got a big
basket, and asked mother for a luncheon.
I had the basket on 'my arm, and was
just going out of the gato, when my
father called me back. Ho took hold of
my hand, and Bnid, in a very gentle
voice: 'Joseph, what are you going for
to pick berries or to play?' 'To pick
berries,' I replied. 'Then, Joseph, I
want to tell you ouo thing; it is this:
Wheu you find a pretty good bush, do
not leave it to find a better one. Tue
other boys and girls will run about, pick?
ing a little here, and a little there, wast?
ing a great deal of time, and not getting
many berries. If yon do as they do, you
will oomo home with un empty basket.
If you want berries, stick to your bush.
"I went with tho party, and we had e
capital time. But it was just as mj
father said. No sooner had one found a
good bush than ho called all the ro?t
and they left their several places ant
ran off to the new-found treasure. No1
content more than a minute or two ii
ono place, they rambled over tho whoh
pasture, got very tired, aud at night hat
but very low berries. My father's wordi
kept ringing in my ears, Rnd I 'stuck t<
my bush.' When I had dono with ono !
found another, aud finished that; then
took another. When night came I ha<
a largo baskotful of nico berries, mor
than all thc others put together, and wa
not half so tired as they wcro. I wen
homo happy. But when I entered
found my father had been taken ill. H
looked at my basketful of ripe, blac
berries, and said, 'Well dono, Joseph
Was it not just ns I told you? Alway
stick to your bush.'
"He died a few days af ti r, aud I ha
to make my way iu the world as best
could. Uut my father's words sunk doe
into my miud, aud I never forgot th
experience of tho whortleberry party
'stuck to my bush.' When 1 had a fa
place, and was doing tolerably well,
did not leave it and spend weeks un
mouths iu finding ono a little bette
When other young men said 'Come wit
us, aud we will make a fortuno in a fe
weeks,' 1 shook my head and 'stuck I
my bush.' Presently my employe]
offered to lako mo into business wit
them. I stayed with the old house lint
tho principals died, and then I hn
everything I wanted. Thc habit 1
sticking to my business led people
trust mo, and gavo mo a character,
owe all I have and nm to this mott
'.Stick to your bush.' "
[Moore's Kural New Yorker.
The New York pupers make merry ov
a couple of fashionably-dressed wome
who have figured extensively during tl
last few days in Wall street, making e
tensive purchases and sales of stocli
They are said to bo quito au fuit at t'
business, but thc Herald is puzzled
know whether they aro to be classed wi
tho "bulls" or the "boars." Womal
sphere is widening!
j A young woman who resides in t
town of Now Harmony, Iud., (what
name for 60 terrible u creature,) boai
that she has broken twenty-seven c
gagements of marriage ia five yea
She has tho rings that once attested
these engagomeuts hung up in I
"headquarters," and to these she poii
as does thc red mau to his string
A Georgia paper speaks of a man w
one day, recently, said to his 15-yea
old Bon, as he stepped out of a liqc
saloon, that he was ashamed to see h
emerging from such a place with \
fumes of whiskey upon his lips, a
after giving the boy some wholeso
advioe, ordered him to go homo, n
turning on his hool entered tho sale
and took a drink himself.
Tho sheriff of Cook County-t
County is in Chicago-hos run away w
several thousand dollars belonging
other parties, and a woman who belo
ed to another party.
A Pennsylvania farmer had a wi
time a few days since. He fainted ai
in bis barn-yard, and his hogs too
lunch off of him, and he now car
both legs in a sling.
Creme Be La Creme.
-I f\f\ BARRELS very Superior PAM
lV/V/ FLOUR, for nah* low bv
Jan 26 EDWARD HOP
Horses for Sale.
^/2k A FINE lot YOUNO HORSES, I
V??. Virginia, for salo at Agnew A <
/ A l i.Stable?, the old Hitchcock utand.
Persons in want of good stock would do
to call, ats the above will be disposed of lo
cash. F. JOUNSTO
HBAIiTII'B BEST DEFB9iCE<-?The
weak catotk herbs," says St. Paul, so that
eighteen hundred years ago tho Tabu; of me?
dicinal plants was appreciated. In tbo Old
Testament botanical remedies are repeatedly
recommended, but in no passage of sacred
history is mau recommended to swallow calo?
mel, or bluo pill, or any other minorai prepa?
ration. Tho sick were directed to eat herbs
io strengthen them, to purity them, to heal
thom, to restore them. In that day the art
of making vegetable extracts was uuknown.
The herbal medicines were more iufusions.
It was reserved for a later age to unito the
sanitary essences of tonic, aperient and anti
bilious roots, barks and plants, with an active
stimulant, and thus secure their rapid diffu?
sion through the debilitated or disordered sys?
tem. Tho crowning triumph of this ?Afectivo
modo of concentrating and applying tho vir?
tuos of medicinal vegetables was achieved in
the production of Hostctter's Stomash Bitters.
Nov?r beforo had a perfectly puro alcoholic
stimulant been combined with tho expressed
juices of tho finest species of tho vegctablo
kingdom. Never yet, though eighteen years
havo elapsed since its introduction, has this
great restorative been equalled, lt is taken
at all soaHOUB, in all climes, as tho most po?
tent safoguard against epidemics, as a pro?
tection against all unhoalthy exhalations that
produco debility or beget disease; as a remedy
for intermittent and other malarious fevers:
as an appetizer; as a sovereign euro for dys?
pepsia; as a general tonic and invigorant; ac
? gentle, painless aperient; as a blood d?pu?
rent; as a nervine; BS a euro for bilious anec
Mons; BB a harmless anodyne; and as tho UF.SI
DEFENCE of HEALTH under unfavorable circum
stances, stich as sedentary pursuit?, undu<
bodily or mental exertion, hardship, privatioi
and exposure. Jan 1 Oft;
JUST OUT-"CHERRY PECTOBAI
TROCHES:-' superior to all others for Coughs
Colds, Sore Throat, and bronchitic, HUI
Hoarseness. None so pleasant-nono cure si
quick. Manufactured by
RUSHTON A CO.. Astor House, New York.
For sale by Dr. C. II MIOT, Columbia, S. C
No moro of theso horrible tasted, nauoeat
iug, "Brown" Cubeb things. Dec 28 ||J3nio
PAIN KILLEH-A Cl'HE FOR DIPI1
TH ic Ul A-All interested, ploaBO read th
following extract from a letter from Mrs. Elle
B. Mason, wife of Rev. Francis Masnr
Toungboo, Binn ah:
* * * My son was taken violently sic
with diphtheria, cold chills, burning fever an
sore throat. I counted one morning ten littl
vesicles in his throat, very white, and hi
tongue, towards the root, just liko a watei
molon, full of seeds; tho remainder coated II
thick as a knife-blade. So many chihlre
have died aionnd here, 1 was afraid to call
Phyrieian, and 1 thought I would try yoi
'ain Killer for a gargle, with small doses ii
wardly. I did so, ami found tho gargle inv:
riably cut oft" tho vesicles, and he raised thei
up, often covered with blood. Ho was take
on Sunday; on Wednesday, his throat wi
clear, und his tongue rapidly clearing oil*,
als.i need it as a liniment, with castor oil ar
hartshorn, for his neck. It seemed to mc
wonderful CHIC, and I can but wish it could 1
known to thc many poor mothers in our lai
who are losing so many children by th
I have found your Pain Killer one of tl
m?mt valuable medicines ever used
Rn niall. Once I was stung by a very lar;
black scorpion; tho pain was indescrib
ble. I immediately applied the Pain Killer, if
1 never travel without it,) again and agai
aud in half an hour my foot was well.
Dr. Walton writes from Coschocton: "Yo
Pain Killer cures this new disease-Divltthcri
or Sore TlifOdt- that is so alarmingly pre?
lent here; and it has not been known to fail
any instance when used in time. This fact y<
should make known to the world." (It is us
in this disease UH a gargle and lotion, as w
as a tonic and stimulant. )
In Halifax, whore this dbase prevailed 1
many months in its most malignant form, t
use of PanuY DAVIS' "PAIN KII.I.EU" was im
riably attended with tin- moat favorable I
sui ts", when it was naed ero thcdi?caso liad ni a
too mach progress to preclude tho use of
powerful a stimulant. Jan 1 l.lmoji
EilUORS OK YOUTH.-A gentleman w
suffered fur years from Nervous Debility, F
mature Decay, and all the eflects of youth
indiscretion, will, for sake of buffering hun
nity, sind tree, to all who need it, the
ceipt and directions for making thc sim
remedy by which ho was cured. Suffer
wishing to profit hy tho advertiser's cxp<
onco, can do ao hy addressing, with peri
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
__Nov 10 3mo No. 42 Cedar street. New Yor
TO CONSUMPTIVES.-The adverth
having beon restored to health in a few wee
by a vory simple remedy, after having suffe
several years with a severe lung affection, i
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxiou
make known to his fellow-sufferers the me
To all who desire it, he will send a copi
tho proscription used, (free of charge,) v
tho directions for preparing and using
same, which they will find a HUBE CUBE
CONST M rr ION , AHTHJIA, BllONCHITIB, etc. '
object of tho advertiser in Bending the ;
scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spi
information which ho conceives to bo inva
hie; aud he hopes every sufferer will try
remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and i
prove a blossing.
Parties wishing tho proscription, will pl
address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, Kings County, New Yor
SPECIAL, NOTICE-To parties in wa
Doors, Sashos and Blinds, wo refer to tin
vertisemont of P. P. Toale, tho large m
facturer of those goods in Charleston. I
list furnished on application. Jnlv 17 9i
I Yeast Powders.
"I f\i\ DOZEN ROYAL BAKING POW!
1UU and Androw'B Excelsior YEAST I
DEBS, on hand for salo low by
Jar. 20 J. AT. R. AONE
MTHAT handsomo RESIDENCE
Richland street, second East of
known as the "Gregg House," with
upright, two garrot and four baaemont ra
Terms easy. Appiy to
Jan 18 tutti* JAMES S. CHAM BEI
Spartanburg Female College.
ONE of tho officers of the Spartanburg Fe?
male Collogo will be in Columbia on thc
evening of the 81st instant, prepared to ac?
company young ladies tho noxt day, (1st of
February,") to Spartauburg, and may bo found
at tho National Motel, near thc Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. .Tan 20
C\AN bo obtained in tho houso formerly
) occupied by Mrs. Zimmerman, ou Pickens I
street, opposite Washington.
Jan 21 G* LEB * BROTHER.
e\f\C\ BUSHELS primo White CORN, for 1
)\JU sale low for CASH.
Jan 8_ F.DWARD TIOFE.
pr/A BARRELS Pink-Evo and Goodrich
0\f PLANTING POTATOES, just received
and for salo by_J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Mount Zion Institute,
WJNNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA.
lfSk\\ A CLASSICAL and Normal School
t?lLjMBfe'"01' Boys. Superior tacilities aro
^reME* afforded in tho Classical and Mathe
?j^gfir matinal Departments. Practical
*&m^r instruction given in Land Survey?
ing, Topographical Drawing, Ac; also, in
Commercial Arithmetic. Tho disciplino com?
bines tho orderly precision of the Military
Academy, with the thorough training of tho
A Uniform baB boon adopted as a distinctive
badgo of this School, and is at once economi?
cal and handsome.
Scholastic year opens tho "th of February.
Board, including tuition in all the branches,
oxcopt French, flOO; French, $15.
Address, G. A. WOODWABD,
[Graduate University of Virginia, J Prii cipal.
Or, M. M. FAKKOW, [First Honor Graduate
Citadel Academy,] Vice-Principal.
Jan 2G WB4^
Liverpool and London and Globe Co.,
ROBERT BRYCR, Agent.
WITH a capital of over $17,000,000, and
moro than ten times that amonnt
pledged by Act of Parliament. They offer tho
very best security to tho insured, and when
ono pays their money, they should make sure
of tho very boBt.
Policies are issued at this Agency for build?
ings, stores, merchandize of overy description,
and cotton and oilier produce, on the lowest
terms of any other good company. Applica?
tions will be gladlv received and promptly at?
tended to bv ROBERT BRYCE, Agent,
Jan lu JG* Columbia, S. C.
OrvrV PRIZE BOXES CANDY, every box
OUU containing a Gift, for tho small sum
of 23 cents per box, just received and for sale
by J. A. T. H. AONEW^
For Sale or Rent.
gm-* A good Cotton and Corn PLANTA
SBpTION, situated eight miles from Columbia,
ZSCou tho Monticello Road. About 200 acres i
cleared, a part of which is river bottom. On !
said place a Dwelling and necessary out- 1
buildings. Apply tn THOMAS DAVIS.
Jan 22 limo" Columbia, S. C.
THE undersigned have this day formed a
copartnership in the practic? of law in
the Counties of Richland, Fairfield, Newberry
and Lexington, aud in thc United Stales
Courts, and will give prompt attention to all
h gal business entrusted to them.
BARNWELL A MONTEITH,
AttornevH and Solicitor*.
N ?THAN I EL BARNWELL,
WALTER S. MONTEITH.
JANUAUY_4, 1870. Jan f> tb!
BARNWELL & MONTEITH,
A TTORNRYH A T LA W
WU SOLICITOUS IN 10(1111 V.
1JRAOTIOE in Richland, Fairfield, Lexiug
. ton and Newberry Counties. Offices Court
House Hange, Columbia, s. c.
NATUANIEL UAUNWELL. WALTER s. MONTEITH.
Jan 6 tli2fi j
LIMESTONE ? PK IX GS
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL, j
Spartauburg County, S. C.,
Rev. W. CURTIS, LL.D.. Principal.
yflm*. THE scholastic duties Of the
/f[4J?_ 1 wenty-iifth yoar of thin popular
t~?rtaH|^ inst it ut ion will bo resumed on i
VpHp WEDNESDAY, February lt?, 1870.
JUjjr 11 continues to invite tho support
*ii****w of ita numerous friends and the
public Beautifully situated, with abundant
room for all its exercises and unsurpassed in
health, with but one vacation in tho winter
mouths of December to February, and pro?
vided with an oxperienced and resident Facul?
ty, it ia resuming the career of its former pros?
Carriages will ho sont over to Pacolott De?
pot of the Spartauburg and Union Railroad,
for thoa- wishing to como to tho institution.
DR. CUitTIS will leavo Columbia on Thurs?
day morning, February 17, from tho National
TKBMS rn; SESSION or FIVE MONTHS,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.-Tuition in English and
tho Classics, regular conrso, ?25.00. Music on
the Piano, t25.00. French, etc. $20.00. Board,
including Washing, Fuel and Lights, ?02.00.
Each pupil is expected to bring a pair of
sheets, pillow casos and towels. Jan 22 t
WE want to reduce our Sloe'; to about one
fourth its present size, as we ?.r^ going to take
an account of it about the 15th of next month.
Wc therefore offer great inducements to <?ash
I Goods wiP be sohl without regard to what
j they inst.
i Come and gel some of the L?rgame.
! Jan 10 12 J. II. & M. Lt. KINARI!.
I BAURRLS IRISH POTATOES, in fine
For sale low for caph, by
I Jan 18 EDWARD HOPE.
ANEW etock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES is just opened at th? cornir nf
Assembly and Lady atreeta, near thc Post
Oflloe. AU persona in any way interested are
invitod to call and examino some ol' tho ?nest
specimens of dceign and workmanship that
can ho produced. Th? so vehicles havo been
bought right, and will bo sold low. Tho stylos
are tho very latest -tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will be made to alford lasting
satisfaction and ploasnro to thoso extending
their patrouago to tho subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Pure Dixon Cottou Seed.
WE OFFER for salo bush.-ls Dickson
Cotton Sued, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ca., last
spring, and which was selected by him for hi?
own uso. Notwithstanding tho unpreco- 1
dented dry season, wo gathered from 1,000 to
2.6UU pouuda to tho acre-making twenty-six
bales to ono mule.
Trico $3.00 per bushel.
Oxronn, Ga., November 4, 18C9. 1
I do cortify that 1 sold to Messrs. Richard
O'Nealo & Son,of Columbia, H. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Hood, for planting
purposes. They proposed to soil a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing tho
Hoed thov raise may rely upon getting tho
genuino Dickson 8eed. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's Agents hero, and will
order Hoed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Prico $5 00 from ono to five bushels, or $4 00
for (ive and upwards.
Jan IC _RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
OF Ladies' and Gent's fine GOLD WATCHES
and CHAINS, for sale at
Columbia Uotcl Row.
OF new styles LadieB' Half SETH, (some?
thing elegant.) at
Columbia lintel Row.
OF solid Silvor and Plated Wares, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SULZRACHER'H,
Columbia Hotel Row.
The Finest Assortment
OF Table and Pocket CUTLERY in the city,
at roduced prices.
Columbia Hotel How.
OF French and American CLOCKS. Also, a
small assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac, Ac. at
Jan 5 Columbia Hotel Row.
nor AT. TO A
Priers reduced to Gold Value and Greenbacks
accepted at par.
C. F. JACKSON
HAS REDUCED tho price of his entire
And until the FIRST OF FEBRUAR NEXT,Y
I will soil of? niv larine and varied stock ol
DRY OOODS. without regard to profits.
All extra Fine Goods, such as:
.SILK DRESS GOODS.
Will hu sold
AT OOH P. Jan ii
"LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
OUR CLEARING OIT SALES
"WIM DI HOODS"
ii vs sow
ANO WK A Kl
GIVING AWAY BAILY,
FANCY FRENCH POPLINS at 25 cents;
worth 50 cents.
Fancy and Black French POPLIN'S it 50
cents; worth $1.00.
Black CretonePOPLINS ai 7.*>cents; ?orih
Black ALPACA at ?0 cents; wei th 75 rente.
Black ALPACA at .'10 cents; worth 5? cents.
Black CLOTH CLOAKS at $5 00: worth >7 rio
ARAB SHAW LH at $? 00; worth 19.00.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE.
H. B. McCBERRY. iVUiJJL
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEEP.
GROWN from Heed purchased direct Iv of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carefully
.ireservod from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver the Se? d, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount tm
der 6 bushels, or at $1.50 tier bushel, for :.!'
amounts in exerts of 5 bushels.
A. P. AM A KER, ht. Matthew's, S. O.
I respectfully refer to the below named i en?
ttarnen, who purchased Her d of UK last spiing
tor ii formai ion touching the purity ?md supe?
riority of the Seed, to wit: Hon. 'J\ ,T. Good
Wyn, Dr. A. H. '"'aber, Fort Molle; F. M. Hon
ser, Esq., and Wm I'aulling, Esq., :-.t Mit
ttiew's; L R. Beckwith,Esq., Jamison's; an?
Captain F. H W. Briggmann and W. R Multar
Esq., Orangehurg Court House ; all ofOrancr
burg County, H. 0. Nov -t Sinn'
Pianos ! Pianos ! ! Pianos! ! !
JU8T received from the Fac
?Storv, and for sale at a bargain, a
. I "magnificent 71 Octavo PIANO
FORTE, of superior finish and unsurpassed
in tono. Also, an excellent second-hand
PIANO. Piano Fortes o? the most celebrated
makes furnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Melodeon8 and Organs tnnodand re?
paired in tho most completo manner, on rea?
sonable terms. WM. H. ORCHARD,
Piano Forte Agency, corner of Boll and
Richland streets. Jan 2C
Cow Feed ! Cow Feed !
Tt s 1 received, a fresh lot of COW FEED, at
the Colombia Too Honso, which will be
sold k-v for cash. J. D. BATEMAN.
Nevi 20 _3mo
LEAPHART & SLOANS
HAVE just received:
1,000 bushels primo white (Western)
700 bushels heavy black (Western) OATS.
Diamoud HAMS and puro Leaf LARD, (S.
260 barrels Ruperfino, Extra and Family
FLOUR. fal reduced rates.)_ Jan lil
At C. F. Jackson's.
ALL-WOOL DELAINES, at 37?c. per yard.
All-wool French MERINO, at 50c. per yard.
All-wool PLAIDS, bright colors, at 75c. per
JoBt received, a lot of Bntterick's new PAT?
A PLANTATION of 2,200 acres, on the
. lino of the Sooth Carolina Railroad,
.roily-eight miles from Charleston, near
Oeorge's Station. This valuable property has
a front of one mile and a half on tho main
branch of tho Ediato River. There is a heavy
growth of cypress and pine, near the banks of
tho river, down which is rafted to Charleston
a great part of the lumber which ia sold there.
On tho nineo is a comfortable Mansion, of
Eight Rooms, with commodious quarters for
laborers; a new Screw, Oin and Oin Honsc,
erected since tho war. This Plantation ls ad?
mirably adapted to the cultivation of Cotton,
Rice and Corn, and will bo treated for on moat
reasonable terms. Apply at tho office of
D. B. DESAUHBURE,
Jan 22 6 _ Law Range.
SEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
"\\7"E lake pleasure in announcing lo the
Y\ public, that we have this dav opened a
One stock of DRY GOODS, ?,t every descrip?
tion, and shall always have on hand a linc
assortment of all thc various Goods appertain?
ing to our tratle.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always he replete, with the latest styles
of Silks. Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths. Merinos, Delaines and Operas, iu all
Dolors, Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styl?e, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, "Doylies and Diapers of
In* JEANS, OASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, we shall always have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, ami iu BROWN COTTONS, we
I shall offer grt Ht inducements.
1 In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR,
' Collars, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a fun se
j lection and bargains.
A tin.- assortaient of NOTIONS on baud.
Call and sec us, at the Nt W Store, InDicrcks
i new building, under the old Rinsler Hall.
Dec 2 3mo S. W. PORTER ft CO
lE^TnT&.O'Xr Ai T a
RESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and customers that he has
i% DIU removed to his new establishment,
ll j? J| pHformerly Ktnslor's building, on the
|ll]:n^?jJH"Bconior of Richardson and Taylor
j streets, where ho will constantly keep on hand
La carefully selected assortment of
j COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams. Sm'ar-curcd Rhculders,
Fulton Market Beef,
j Mackerel, Salmon,
Herring and Codfish.
Flour, Meal, Rice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters. Sardines, etc.
I Riisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits,
j Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
FROM tho low?
est priced to the
beet imported, i*
large and select.
Q I N , Jamaica
Rum, Rhine Wine,
WHOLKBALK AND RETAIL.
He will always have in bis New Store a tull
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond, Lynch?
burg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
quarter and one-eighth pound packages.
SEOARS -holli home manufacturo and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO of different
It?si(h- every unirlo belonging to a first
Grateful lor j nut favors, and determined to
leave un honorable means untried to retain
tho good ?ill of all who Lavo favored mo
inti erm. and who may hereafter favor mo
w ith their custom, I will bo happy to receive
the kimi r> ' tronago, both of my old friends and
of the ind li . in ncra) t*. DI 12 KC KS.