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EVE UT WEDHEaDAT if?nNINO.
*Y JULIAN A, SELBY,
EDITOR ?xx? P?oyniETOit.
Otico on, Ma^n' Btrreat, above Taylor.
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Up and be doing! the time is brief,
And lifo io frail ie the autumnal leaf.
To God and thy hotter sell be true.
Do with thy might what thou find'e-t to do. ..
Though the day ie br ight and the.auo is high,
Ero long 'twill fado from the slowing sky,
While the evening shadow) darkly fall:
There's a timo for rest, it will come to all.
The harvest ft whito and the .field le wide;
And thou at thine eaee may'at not abide.
The reapers are few and far between:
And Death is abroad, with his Sickle keen.
O, think of th o Master, worn and faint,
Whoao meek lips uttered no complaint,
Who toned for theo 'mid the noontide heat,
And sought no rest for his weary feet;
Of a Father's wrath who drank the wine,
And bore Ilia cross to lighten thine.
Go forth and laborl A crown' awaits
Tho faithful corvan t, at Heaven's high gatea.
For a death of abaroo tho Saviour died,
To open thono golden portals wide.
That souls, rod cerned from the toile of ein,
In Hie spotless robee might enter in.
Work with thy might 1 oro tho day of grace
Ie spent, and'the night steele on apace.
The Master has given His pledge divine;
Who winne th a on la liko tho o tars oh all shine.
.. \. O??tasnErsr, v.
FORTUNES OF JULIET CLAYBURN.
GHAPBER V.-A SUITOR.
"Dear childi in three plain words thy mind
Wilt thou hRvo thia good youth?' Dear father,
Mr. Clayburn was sitting on the front
porob, shaded by ita honeysuckle vines,
idlj turning eyer the leaves of a bound
vol um o of Chambers' Edinburg Journal.
Being of a practical turn of mind, he
stopped at ft piece, bearing a' scientific
title; thinking it 'was just the thing to
command bis attention and interest. But
Hr. Clayburn: waa not in areading mood;
he made several futile attempts to get
through tho first paragraph-skipped to
the second, and failing to make any sense
of that, in the end allowed the book to
drop from bio hand to the floor, while he
arranged hibiself on the lounge for an
afternoon nap. Voices came to bim
drowsily, through the open parlor win?
dows, where Juliet and Mr. Lyle were
sitting. Afaint smile of satisfaction
gli m mored o vor his features as he thought
of the two, and with this smile on his
face. Mr. Clayborn fell asleep.
He waa awakened by a noise of foot?
steps. It was Mr. Lylo taking his de?
parture. Thestin had set long since and
the soft duskiness of twilight was spread
over the earth.
"Goin?, Theodore? Will you not tarry
"Thank you, not this evening. I must
refuse occasionally to ease my conscience,
and besides, I intend troubling yon again
to-morrow. A private interview, if you
please-any hour which may bo conve?
nient to you."
"Certainly-certainly," said Mr. Clay
burn; "suppose I say ll. If it concerns
that legal business of which you spoke,
the sooner it is begun aud the sooner
ended, the better. This is roy motto in
business, but in the name of sense, what
is all this? Has some treacherous Deli
lah bound me in my sleep, that I may be
shorn of my strength and delivered into
the hands of tho Philistines?"
"I'll ask Miss Juliet, if that was her
idea," replied Mr. Lyle, seemingly amus?
ed. "Let me extricate yon. We came
out for a stroll among tho flowers, Baw
you asleep and she immediately gathered
all tho shawls und cloaks on tho premises
to prevent you from catching cold, she
"Thoughtful as usual! What would
I do without her?"
Not liking the tendency of this ques
tion, Mr. Lyle made no reply and soon
af ter took bia leave. As Mr. Clayburn,
having rid himself of all impediments,
was preparing to rise, his daughter came
forth, took her seat beside him and coiled
her soft white arms around his neck.
"Father, I have something to tell
'*Indeedl and what is the something?"
"Can you not guess?"
"Let me Bee-your Canaries have
"Yes, they have-three lovely little
birds; but that isn't the something."
"Is Tabby dead? or has Marco swal
lowed a Ash bone?"
"You provoking papal No; guess
"I'm not a good hand at guessing, as
yon perceive; but that fellow Lyle, lms
he anything to do with it?"
"Yes. father; he has asked mo to be
"Well, my child, what did you tell
"I gave him no decisivo answer; but I
led him to hope that his suit would be
favorably considered, provided it met
with your approbation."
Mr. Clayburn became very grave.
"Juliet, do you lovo Mr. Lyle?"
"Perhaps I do not feel exactly toward
him as I once felt toward another," was
the unsteady reply; "but I respect and
honor bim, and, if the truth must bo
told, like him very much."
"On the whole," interrogated Mr,
Clayburn, dejeotedly, "your happiness is
"Ohl no, indeed, father! Do not think
.mMi ), i M n^iV.?i.nr -ii!! Vun I ll"T I
no. True, it might canso me o tempo?
rary feeling ol unhappiness, at tho
thought of .makin* bim^nliappy jr lint if
jon do not nppiove,1,1 oatt relinquish
him without a pang. Nothing can make
me unhappy bnt to displease or distress
you-or to fail to gratify you in every
Way.wbioh Hes in my power,", ft *1 ' f
"Then, if yon do not carp pi>rtion?arly
for him, I would rather you would not
marry. I do not see, anyhow','that it is
Eosaibia for me even to allow another to
ave a claim or share in my precious
"No one shall, if yon db not wish it,
father. W? can be quite independent of
the rest of tho world; we are supremely
happy in each other."
"Yes, indeed," said Mr. Clayburn;
f'bnt Byhvpoor fellow1,! ) J/ato sorry, to
strikebi A such a'blow. t fancy I can
see bia father-brave, generous Benjamin,
my best, my earliest friend, looking at
me from the grave,.with sorrowful, re?
proachful eyes. I really wish you cared
for his son, Juliet, be is a noble-hoar to J
young man," with all his father's fine
qualities of mind and heart, high-toned,
honorable, of irreproachablo integrity,
and the rich blood of heroes coursing
through his veins. My girl, how have
you managed to steel your heart against
so muon true monliuoea and, worth?"
"Do you really liko him so well,
"Like him I Of course, I do. Not to
appreciate and value the qnalities of
such a mon as Theodore Lyle, would
argue myself wanting in those powers
which command the good estimation of
"And if I felt a preference for bim,
you would approve tho matoh?"
"Undoubtedly, my child. It would
be a source of11 high' gratification to me,
for he will make a son-in-law of whom
any man might well be proud.*' '.
"Then, father, give me your ear. I
have a secret to tell you. I love him
CHAPTER VI-A LOVER'S TETE-A-TETE.
Alas, poor Yorick! I knew bim, Horatio; a
Fellow of infinito jeBt, of most excellent fancy.
Juliet Clayburn was once more au
affianced bride. She was standing now
at the parlor window, with flushed
cheeks and love-tinotured eyes, looking
for Theodore. The day was wet and
cheerless, and the wind moaned in fitful
goats among the giant old trees in the
front yard. It was surely not a prospect
to tempt one abroad, and Juliet turned
her starry eyes awuy from the dreary
Bceae, . and gently sighed, as the rain
began to pour in a fr en h flood:
"He cannot come," she murmured;
"three whole days-how can he remain
Theodore himself thought the thing
impossible, for Juliet had not waited
much longer, before the white gate
owling open, and Thodoro's black horses
dashed up to the door. Throwing the
reins to the boy, he jumped out, gayly
kissing his hand to the lovely watcher at
the window. She ran ont to unfasten
the ball door for him, offering her band
in salutation; but Mr. Lyle warned her
not to approach him within a hundred
yards, until he had divested himself of
his wet overall.
"Von Oppenheim called me the
Dearest approach to a deluged quadruped
of the genus mus he had ever beheld,
the day I arrived in Ashburn, or in other
words, the day I first saw you; bnt I
think I can claim the title now with
equal right, as on that memorable oe
This allusion made Juliet thoughtful.
Was sho remembering how she had
laughed that day when she saw the two
gentleman embrace with such extrava?
"Now," said Theodore, as they stood
together before the cheerful fire, "now I
will shake your hand, and a little more
affectionate salute, ladie-love, if you
please, for, take into consideration the
three long, everlasting days, wo havo
"I cannot tolerate such nefarious
practices," said Juliet, laughing, and
running around tho sofa to evade the
"You're a wicked coquette, that's
what yon are!" affirmed Mr. Lyle, throw?
ing himself savagely on thc sofa. "You're
not glad to see me, aud you don't care
i mite for mo, or elso you would not
treat me so."
"And what are you?" asked Juliet,
playfully; "across, unreasonable fellow.
Bub I'll come and sit beside yon, if you'll
promise to he good humored and agreea
"Do so, if you like," answered the
gentleman, "but I make no promises. I
itu laboring under an ungovernable fit of
Juliet seated herself demurely at his
odo and soon after the wily diplomat's
ll humor miraculously vunished.
"Did any one ever tell you you were
ike your friend?" asked the lady.
"lu personal appearance, do you
"No, no; you are very unlike in that
?e8pect; but your ways, expressions, dis?
position, and temperament, strike me as
"I. ha ve often been told no. Wo are
?otb inflammable, as Eugenia says; a
perfect Vesuvius in feeling. My mother
iscd to say she knew I would como to
ioma dreadful end, I nm so passionate;
jut I flutter my.ielf I've accomplished
wonders in tho way of learning self-oon
lro\, and henceforward I trust your
jweot serenity will prove contagious. It
is odd, that my friend is so like me and
vou, 'my soul's far dearer part,' as
rleotor calls his Andromache-BO un?
"Tell me how you first becamo
friends?" asked Juliet.
"It was long ago, when we were both
mere children. Tho Von Oppenheims
.vero friends of my mother, and through
lier influence, at father's death, I was
sent to live with Karl's father, to be edu?
cated. I immediately contracted a warm
friendship for Karl, and the feoling in
ate years has never known diminution.
He was younger than tho ^tte* boya?
nca rer my ago, and possessed of a pocn
liar tenderness of disposition, which ?
have never known surpassed. ; It is
?most .womanly. For so ra o .years, we
tended the same Behool, and were per?
petually together, more fond of each
other. than brothers. Being several
years my senior, he went 1* .'Heidelberg j
?r?t, ond I can never forget my distress
on being left behind, nor the mutual joy
which ensued when we were re united.
Notwithstanding we are both so. impul?
sive and head-strou g. we have never bad
a serious difficulty.' Some of the stu?
dents who were well acquainted with our |
characters, predicted we would worship
each other for a time? and then blow
each other's brains out; bat wo never
conflicted somehow, or only seldom, and
when we did, my friend's generous and
noble magnanimity always prevented
trouble. Poor dear Von Oppenheim,"
continued Theodore, in a sad strain,
'.'be's terribly broken with the vicissi?
tudes of fate. When I contrast my su?
preme happiness with his misery, when
I think of the dread uncertainty which
now hun EH over his fate, I can scarcely
refrain from tears. As the days pass on,
aud I hear nothing, my worst fears are
confirmed. You remember, I told you
last week of his expected return to Ame?
rica? Ho sailed on the Pawtucket; tho
vessel is reported wrecked, and the pas?
sengers and crew lost. I would grieve
almost to death if the fatal news prove
true, and ns it is, the dreadful uncer?
tainty preys upon my spirits with almost
''But you must hope for she best, dear
Theodore-from the meagre accounts
received, it would bo criminal to despair.
Your friend may yet be alive. Perhaps
he did not sail on the Pawtucket, as ex?
pected, and even if he did, he may have
escaped the general destruction. There
is still a ray of hope."
"I see scarcely a sm gio ray," sighed The?
odore, despoodingly ; "Rodolph writes
me there eau scarcely be a doubt of his
"I can easily eh ter into your feelings,"
answered his betrothed, "and sincerely
trust he baa been spared to you and Ru?
dolph and all his friends. And yet, yet,
Theodore, if the worst is true hud your
friend no more-do you forget me? do
you forget that you have a comforter
"The sweetest comforter that ever
man had," he said, with deep emotion,
catching her to his heart.
"I have never known such a case of
earnest friendship," remarked Juliet,
presently; "there is something of the
romantic in your attachment. I remem?
ber once, at Ashbnru, Professor vou Op?
penheim heard yon were very sick, und
he was perfectly inconsolable."
Did she also remember, how, on that
occasion, she had said, "Karl, if you
grieve so obstinately, I will think your
heart is all Thed.'s, aud uone of it's Ju?
lie's?" Strange 1 strange 1 Then, abo j
was Earl's comforter concerning Theil,
and now she was comforting Theil, con?
xo na CONTINUED.
THE SUuTJTT PBOTECTION against dis?
ease is the timely use of a good remedy.
The great Family Uniment of ,600 age,,for in?
ternal and external use, combined tn one med-1
Not since tho Introduction of modern Che?
mistry and analytical research into the hidden
mysteries of the vegetable kingdom, bas there
been discovered a chemical product of euch
extraordinary curative powers as the "Quaker
Liniment;" this justly celebrated medicine
waa discovered and prepared by a Quaker Doc?
tor, connected with the naval service of the
country, bia practico waa cont'ned to those se?
vere caaes which usually reeult from a sea?
faring life. Rheumatisms, Acuto and Chronic,
Golda, Cough?, Crumps, Chilblains, Fevers,
Neuralgia; indeed, all acute disorders requi?
ring prompt and energetic medicine. Tho
treatment of theac complaints with the ordi?
nary medicino of the day failed to mako a cure
or relievo tho patient. Disappointed and mor?
tified at tho rcault, and stimulated by tho
prompting* of a puro humanity for tho Buf?
fering, as well aa a professional pride, he,
after much labor and study, compounded his
great Liniment, called tho QUAKER LINI?
MENT. Thia medicine ia remaikablo for tho
peculiar property it possesses in hoing an in?
ternal and external remedy at the aa mc timo,
and differs 'rom all other medicines in its ac?
tion in arresting disease.
lt ia taken internally for Colds, Coughs,
Consumption, Cramps, Fever and Ague, Head?
ache, Asthma, Dysentery, Coho, Acid .Stomach,
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Sick .Stomach, Pains
in tho Stomach, Diarrhoea.
It is used externally tor Sore Throat, Diph?
theria, Swelling of tho Glands of tho Neck,
flead-acho, Neuralgia, Face-ache, Tooth-ache,
Pains in tho Back, on the Side orin tho Heart,
Stiff Neck, Lumbago, Rheumatiam, it is eape
chilly good; Pains in tho Bonca, or in tho
Muscles or Joints, for Stings of Insects, Snako
Sites, Itching Humors in tho. Skin; for all
these, and for moro than wo can enumerate,
it in tho great romedy.
For aaio, wholesale and retail, by
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Lost or Mislaid,
CERTIFICATE OF STOCK Charlotto and
South Carolina Railroad, No. 1 779. for
fourteen Shares, dated Juno 30, 1802, in the
name of E. H. Fisher. Application will bu
mado for ronowal in ninety daya from this
Julo by J. Fiatior, Exocutor
Mandi 28. 1870-_March 80 cow 6
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG, 8. C., JANUARY 16, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned as thc
Receiver of the Hamburg Bank, all par?
tios having transactions with said Rank will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for ?ale by
March 8 E. HOPE.
??BEHT wo?? A ?;O^
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
?TI ARDEN and Cometory adornments, Catt,
IPI",Wrought Iron and Wiro Railings, Fouut
?iuB, Vasos, Verandas, Kutteco, Arbora, Chairs,
Summer Houses, , -
? . IRON STAIRS,
Spiral and straight, in ovcry variety of pat?
tern. New. and Improved styles of Hay Racks,
Mangers, Stablo Fixtures, Stall Division*, Ao.
PATENT WISE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Qnarda, Farm Fonoing, Ac.
Having fitted up our Foundry with speolal
reference to tho above claus of work, wo are
now prepared to UH with promptness all or?
ders for Bronze Caa tinga of Statuary, colossal,
herolo, ?nd life size.
ORNA MENTAL IRON GOODS.
The largest assortment to be found in tbe
United States, all of wbioh are executed with
the express view of pleasing the taste, while
they combine all tho requisites of beauty and
. Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the place of
Designs will bo sent to thoso who wish to
make a selection._April 8 Gm
Fine Gold Watches
--^rajfcS? OF all descriptions, for Ladies
J&Sfj^3& und Qed lemon, for Halo at
CSbA WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
??????????????^a" One door North of Messrs.
Scott A WilliamH* Banking House. Dec 16
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT TI IK. BEST)
^^^^^^^^^.^^^^ Machinent uses
^?^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Gooda ashwell aa
sews the moat dolicato, thin, soft fabrio with?
out drawing. It nowa a Bias Seam as well aa
any other. W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov 23 5mo_S"le Agents.
Fruits and Vegetables-Prices Reduced.
PEACHES, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Lima Beans, 2 lb. cans, 25 cents each.
Green Corn, 2 lb. cans. 25 couta each.
Tomatoes, 2 lb. cans, 25 conts eaoh.
Together with a full asaortment of Pickles,
Jellies, Oysters, Lobaters, Baneon, Catsups,
Extracts, Sardine?, Spieet?, Ac, Ac, at low
figures, always on hand and for sale by
Feb 26_J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
Spring Seed Oats.
df\f\ BUSHELS WHITE 8EED OATS,
Ol J\J for salo low. bv ED. HOPE.
vj 6)K BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fine
For Halo low for cash hy EDWARD HOPE.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supply of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For salo bv_ E. HOPE.
Ale and Porter.
BREMEN LAGER BEER.
Youngor'a Edinburgh Alo.
Hibher's London Portor. For salo by
Fob 16 GEO. 8YMMERS.
4 LEXANDER & MASON, Solicitors of Ame
?\_ rican and European Patents, and Coun?
sellors at Patent Laws, (fifteen years experi?
ence as solicitors of Patents,) 460 Seventh
street, opposite the Patent Offioe, Washing?
ton, D. C. Papera carefully prepared, and
Patent s secured without delay. Examinations
in the Patent Ofrico froe of cl;argo, and no in?
dividual feo asked in any case, nnlesB a Patent
is allowed. Charges as reasonable as any
other reliable Agency. Send for circular of
terms, instructions ami reference. Jan 30
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December, 1867.
AFTER an extensivo nso of this important
improvement in practice for nearly two
years, it ia with full confidence urged upon tho
profoabion and tho public, as fulfilling moro
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial Dentures.
As in thia method, rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it ia debirablo that it should
tall especially into the hands of those familiar
with gold pluto work.
It may not be generally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to thia paient, by Dentists who aro
not licensees, render themselves liablo to tho
penalty of infringement, aa well as tho ope?
Oflico rights will hodisposod of and instruc?
tion given by letter, or at the operating rooms
of Reynolds A Reynolda, where tho manipula?
tion may be daily witnoasod, and whero com?
munications may ho addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Autr 12 ! Columbia. S. C.
Murray & Lanman's
Thc niost celebrated and
most delightful of all per?
fumes, for use on thc hand?
kerchief, at thc toilet, and
in thc bath, for sale by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
Jan 27 5moi_
NOTICE is hereby given that, within threo
months from tho dato hereof, application
will bo mada for a renewal nf 20 half shares
stock of South Carolina Huilroad and Bank
lost during tho war. E. W. BE1BLEH.
March 9_m o 3*
"BARNWELL & MONTEITH,
A TTO lt NE YS A T LA TV
AND SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
PRACTICE in Richland, Fairfield, Lexing?
ton and Newborry Counties. Cilices Court
House Range, Columbia, S. 0.
3ATBAN1CL BADNWEM.. WAI.TKn S. MONTEITH.
Jan 6 __th26
100 Bales Hay.
FOR salo low, by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
Special Meeting of th? Stockholders of
tho South Carolina Railroad Compa?
ny , and of the S oath-western Railroad
CHARLESTON. S. C., February 10, 1870.
PURSUANT to tue adjournment of the An?
nual Convention of the Stockholders OD
the 9th inst., a Special Meeting or the samo
will bo held on the FIRST TUESDAY in May
next, tho 3d day of that month, in the Bank
Hall in this city, for the purposes indicated in
the following resolution:
"Resolved, That the consolidation of the
Stock as recommended in tho r?solution pro?
posed by the President and Directors of the
Railroad Company, in their annual report, be
i referred to a Commit toe of Three, to be ap
pointed by tho Chair, to report on at ? sp?cial
meeting to be held in this city on the first
Tuesday in May next; that a stock vote be then
j taken thereon, and that immediate notieo of
I the said meeting bo given."
I The resolution recommended by tho Presi?
dent and Board of Directors of the Railroad
Company, is as follows:
i "Resolved, That tho Board of Directors bo
authorised, at the oarli?st day practicable, to
I consolidate the half shares of tho Btock by j
; issuing one whole ;bare fox every two half ]
I abaroo as now represented on the stock book.
AB ordered at the Annnal Meet inn on tho 9th
inst ant, the Stockboldora will be passed over
the Road on the above occasion, under tho
rulo observed as to annual meetings, which is
"That every Stockholder who shall have
owned bia stock for tbreo months previous to
thc goncral annual meeting of Stockholders,
bo permitted to paas on tho Road to and from
aald meeting free of charge, and that every
Stockholder who aball have owned live or I
moro shares for throe months provioua to the
general annual meeting of Stockholders, bo
permitted to pass on tho Road, to and from
eaid meeting, with bia immediato familv, freo
or ohargn." J. It. EMERY,
April 2 w5 Secretary.
A RUMOR having boen circulated that tho
NICKERSON HOUSE would ahortly close, to
bo opened as a female school: Thia is to in?
form tho public, that at a meeting of tho
Trustees, on the lGth inst., they abandoned
tho idea of opening a school for the present.
The public will bear in mind tho matter, and
will find tho Nickoraon UOUBO unBurpaaecd by
any Hotel in tho city. A call is solicited. Freo
Omnibus to and from Hotel. Charges, $3 per
day. Familiea and others wanting board can
be accommodated on reasonable terms.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
Mareb 20 Imo Proprietor. Columbia. S.C.
""STILL IN ADVANCE !
Gooda Purcliaaed. at Lowest Gold Prices.
NEW ARRIVALS DAILY 1
tho foH will bo eold ai
astonishing low prices: Gold and Silver
WATCHES; Fine GOLD JEWELRY; Watch
Chains, Silverware, Spectacles, American and
French Clocks, Statues, Toilet SetB, Pocket
Booka, Fana, Musical Boxea, and many other
articles too numerous to montion.
March 22_Colombia Hotel Row.
To the Public.
02 I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
jR?Tr^Oinform the citizens of Columbia
fr, / ^Wand the surrounding country ge
(?AV~ ^?glnerally, that I have resumed my
?8ib??dSHfc*old Business again, aftor a lapse
of twenty years, engaged in the manufacturo
of Iron, I am again back at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can be found. I shall uso
my beat endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
I hopa to receive a abare of patronage. I shall
keep FiratClase Workmen, and all work en?
trusted to me will be warrantod.
Nov 6 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned most respectfully
VyV informa bia patrona, and the public iii
A?Jagcneral. that ho has recoived a well se?
lected assortment of flue Watches, Jewelry
and Clocks -amongst them tho celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eye-glasses ot
every focus, to snit all eyes. Above-mentioned
articles will he sold at reasonable prices. All
work connected with thia lino will bo executed
in tho heat workmanlike manner, and properly
warranted. A. W. WEH P. HAN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berry's Furniture
Biscuit, Crackers, &c.
p? f\ BARBELS and boxes Fresh Crackers,
Ov/ Sec., Just recoived and for aalo low, con?
sisting aa follows:
Ginger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Suda Biscuit, Buttor Crackers,
Cream Biacuit, Cream Crackers,
Lemon Crackers, Egg Crackera,
And Boxea aaaortod Family Crackers
March 9_J A- T. lt AGNEW. _
THE Andea and tho Amazon, by Orton, with
plates and map. (2.50.
Hammer and Rapier, by John Eaton Cooko.
Our Saturday Nights, by "Brick Pomeroy."
AekaroB Kassia, the Copt; a Romance of
Modern Egypt, hy Edwin DoLion. $1.50.
Among My books, by Leigh Hunt.
True Love, by Ladi DoBeauclerk. $2 00.
Tho Spaniah Barber, by author of Mary
Tho Lifo of Our Lord, by Rov. Dr. Hanns.
Tommy Try and What He Did in Science.
Earthly Paradise, second eerioa; Autumn,
by Morris, aaid to lie superior to Tennyson;
and other new booka, for sale at
B'tYAN fe McOARTEIt'S Book Storo.
Living Writers of the South.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex?
tracta from tho most popular volumes ot
every living writer of tho Southern United
State-B. By Professor Jamea Wood Davideon.
*#* A very large handaomfl hook. Price $2 00.
VaBhti, or Until Death na Do Part. By Au?
thor of Beaula, Macar?a, Ac. $2.00.
Tho Polar World-a popnlar description ot
Men and ."Jatnro in tho Arctic and Ant artic re
gione of tiiu Globe-illustrated. $3.75.
Tho Romane? of Spaniah llietory, by John
S. C. Abbott; with itlnatrationa.
Pictoral Field Hook of the War of 1812. By
Benson J. Loaaing. author of Pictorial Field
Book Revolution. $7.00.
Photograph Albums, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, at
DUFFIE A. CHA PM AN'R Bookstore
Cans and Ammunition.
JOST received bv William Glazo, fino Eng
llah BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fino Eng
llah Powder, in Canisters, 8hnt and Cape, of all
kind. Ono door North of Mesa?. Scott, Wil?
liams ft Co.'a Banking House. Deo 10
WILLIAH B. HOWARD,
Flo7ar Deafer mn&CommlMlvit Merchant,
No. 2 Fpear'a Wharf, Baltimore, Md.
?~*i OOD tb Choleo Fino, Saper, Extra and
VT FAMILY FLOCK, suitable for retailing,
constantly on band._Jan 28 3mo
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
PATENT PORTABLE CIRCULAS
Alto Stationary and Portabio /liv
Steam) Ertglrtsa0 &o./ IIY
Send for Catalogues and Price-Lists.
Joly 81 ly
SIG IEL T
I T IS A FACT
THAT the eolebrated perfected SPECTA?
CLES and EYE GLASSES, manufactured
by Lazaras A Morris, Harlfoid, Connecticut,
strengthens and preserves tho Eyes-assista
tho Sight most brilliantly, and lasts a great
many years without chango.
ISAAC 8ULZBACHER, Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Row, ie tho solo appointed
Agent in Columbia, S. C., and vicinity, for ther
sale._Dec 31 ly
THE POLLOCK HOUSE RE8
'TAURANT is now in complete work?
ing order. OYSTERS will be served
up in every stvlo and in the best manner. Fa?
milies supplied in any quantity.
Also, GAME in eoason; beside*!
REFRESHMENTS of overykind.[
The BILLIARD ROOM is again in
<s " jg op?ration. Tables from beet
a&aaiKgro^g maker8. T. M. POLLOCK,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
Houso in the South for comfort
_land healthy locality, is bow
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can be furnished with
nice, airy roomB on reasonable terms. "A caU
is solicited.'' My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIGHT.
PAYSI.\OER A F HANKUN, Proprietors.
THE abovo houso is conveniently
located on Main street-kept on
European plan, with large, well-fur
niobed Rooms. Table supplied with the best
t he market affords. Alao, finest Norfolk OYS?
TERS, WILD GAME and FISH, of all kinds,
served in any style, by an experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, hy the week
or day, at moderato rates, and meals served at
all boura, without oxtra charge.
In BAR attached, will always bo found,
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segars, Ac.j
r. M. PAISIKOER, C. lt. Kit AN K T.IN
MANUFACTURED BY THE NATIONAL
WATCH COMPANY, pronounced by
deaiers and connoisseurs throughout the coun?
try to be the BEST TIME-KEEPERS now of
foied to the publie for Ladies' or Gentlemen's
use. They combino improvements not found
in any other Watches of either Foreign or
American make. Ladies desirous of purchas?
ing a handsome, strong, and correct time?
piece will find tho elegant Watch, bearing the
trade mark of "LADY ELGIN." to bo all that
they deairo. Inquire of yonr Jeweler for the
Lady Elgin. No movement? retailed by tho
Company. BnsinosB Offico and Salesroom Nv
tional Watch Company, 159 and 161 Lake
street, Chicago. March 22 Sm
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could bold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Beer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Boer scale.
Aug 20_JOHN C. KEEPERS.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
THRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
X' SETS, at wholesale and retail.
Jan li_EDWARD HOPE.
TISU ONLY TUCK 11 io I ry I TNI I'S
GERMAN HORSE POWDER,
Leuisches Pferde Pulver.
THIS Celebrated POWDER is
prepared from tho old Gorman
i Iteoipo, and is tho only genuine
German Horse Powder as mado
i*;>y "Ileinitah." It ?B specially in?
tended tor diaoases to which tho Horse is sub?
Tho extraordinary virtues of this Horso
Powder aro attested to hy thnuaaudn, and for
fifty years has stood sud still stands first in
tho* estimation of all experienced Fatmers,
Agriculturiats and Farricra. as the best medi?
cine for tho Horse. It is composed of roots
and herb* carefully combined with tonics, and
may be given in all cases where diseaaooxistB.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, DroYvaincHB, LOBB of Appetite. Inward
Spraina, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Soro
Eyes, Swelled Logs. Grease, Mango. Surfeit,
old Coughs, Exhaustion from Work. It carries
off all foul humors, purifies and oools the blood,
and prevents horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It ia a stimulons for weak stomachs,
and renders tho limbs and skin soft and fino,
giving a smooth coat to tho
hair, and transforms the ill
conditioned and sick to health,
beauty and sphit. Prepared4
silly by E. H. H KINIT8H, Phar
Tiacist, Columbia. S. C.
"7/\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lov
30 boxoa Fair Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxoa Extra Rock City Chawing Tobacco.
4 boxes Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxes Boso Bud Chewing Tobacco.
JjalV 20_JOHN fi. SE F.OERS. _
Early Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, White Silver Skins,
Onion Sets, Red Withersfield,
Extra Early Peas,
Early Hoad Lettuce,
Early Blood Beeta,
Fresh Seeds, dh oct from Landreth, for safe
it FISHER & HEINITHH"*! Drng 8tore.
[HAVE Inst received bv Express a fine as?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Ringo
rom $40 to $250. WILLIAM GLAZE.