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"Let our Just Censure
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1870.
VOL. VI-NO. 124.
C?LTjMBiA.r-'.'Corsair" writes tos tho
Charleston Newa :
? copartnership notice, signed E. W.
Wheeler and W. Lowry, appeared in one
of our morning papers two days ago.
Tho notice advertises tho public of a ge?
neral lumber business undertaken by the
new firm. Behind this notico lie a few
facts worthy tho attention of those inte?
rested in tho prosperity of our city and
State. The new firm are Cincinnati men,
and their operations are a part of the
many connected with the completion of
the Columbia Canal. They have erected
a building at tho head of tho canal, just
above the city, and filled it up with ma- j
chinery to run by steam, ns a temporary
arrangement until the water-power of
the canal shall bo developed. Tbc ma?
chinery now in operation cost $10,500;
and the works now are turning out
20,000 feet of lumber a day. This lum?
ber, sawn of select timber, is designed
for furniture and agricultural implements
principally, but also for other wood?
work. Tho regular market price of
building lumber is $15 to S17.50 a thou?
sand. The operations of this establish?
ment of Wheeler & Lowry aro not to be
confined to the mill now at work at tho
head of the canal; but look to a larger
scale, when the water-power is developed.
The canal contractors-Messrs. Sprague,
Pearce and that party-havo engaged to
let a section of tho water, j net above the
penitentiary, to Wheeler & Lowry; nud
they hold out the hope that their con?
tract with the State is to bo carried oat
in duo time-that is, beforo tho first of
March, 1872. Moanwhilo, these lumber
manufacturera are to uso steam-power.
The plan is to get from tho up-country,
and especially from tho mountains and
Piedmont regions, the timbers which
grow there in such great abnndanco and
of auch superior quality; and to supply
those regions in return with lumber.
These gentlemen, with others of Cincin?
nati, are prepared to put down ?175,000
into this business. These extensive ope?
rations depend upon the Sprogue-Pearco
undertaking; and of a like diameter are
numerous other enterprises alike depend?
ing upon the same. From these points,
we catch a glimpse of tho results to the
State and city that aro to flow from the
development of tho Spragua-Pearoc
With this canal in perfect working
order, the population of Columbia would
be doubled-a gentleman connected with
this movement estimates-iu five years.
TAKING THE WIND OUT.-Tho census
returns appear to be taking the wind out
of many a pretentious cit}-. For in?
stance, tho papers in New York have
been claiming that itB population now
aggregates from 1,000,000 to 1,250,000,
yet the Th'ibune, having been cyphering
up tho returns, confesses with much
humiliation that, "unless there is some
serious error in thc figures thus far
given, we shall have to be satisfied with
from 850,000 to 875,000.
A revengeful individual, in thc exu?
berance of his rage at some one who had
offended him, said: "I'll have revenge.
I'll do something terrible. I'll give his
little boy a tin horn."
WE beg to tender our thanks to tho nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE &CO.,
for their past support, and pledge them, as
we bavo made additions to our capital and in?
creased our facilities, to serve their interests
even moro faithfully than heretofore.
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardwaro and Fancy Grocories, aud are DE
TEBMIXED to clean out our stock at low prices,
so ES to be ablo to FILL DT WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN RE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, and you
will be convinced. Orders from thc up-couu
trv solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Juno 12_LORRICK A LOWRANCE.
HAVING assumed the administration of the
estate of thc late John Caldwell, under
his will appointing tis as his executors, all per- j
sons having demands against thu testator will
present them at once, duly proven, to our at
tornoys, Messrs. Carroll A* Melton, Columbia,
S. C. *
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the testator will make payment, without de
lav, to tho undersigned.
T. J. ROBERTSON, ) Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, f Executors.
pi ENCINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC
VX CO, direct from the-factory, tho great
Dalby ruff Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-the best in tho
country-Meilers* Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
fino, just received.
A full assortment of choice WINES and LI?
QUORS always ou band.
JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Main street, near tho Post Office, and Main
street, noar PnoaNlX Omeo. July 29
BY REESE tte THOMPSON.
THE undersigned would respectfully iuform
the citizens of Columbia and vicinitv that
. they have opened a SHAVING SALOON, on
Plain street, opposite Dr. Fair's, where thoy
guarantee satisfaction in evorv respect.
_Ju]y23 _JAMES THOMPSON.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
having returned to Carolina, will prac?
tice Lav.- in Richland, Edgcilold, Lexington
and Barnwell, Will give prompt attention to
all Law business ont unsted to his care, ?iud
will negotiate wales of Real Estate on com?
mission. Oftlco No. 2, Law Bango, Columbia,
C. July 2?; Imo ?
O^uEdgftflold Adaerlitpr copy ono month.
r,-4 A NEAT COTTAGE, in tho central
'.'iitr part ot the city, with ten rooms-Uve in
M?lliLuasement and live np .stairs-and ne?
cessary nut-buildings. Possession can lie
had on th" first of October, impure at this
Office. _ July 27
TUBS Relined LARD, at 10c. y ll.., by
HO Packages Pure Leaf Lard, in Barrels,
Etalf Barrels, Hogs, Caddies, etc., just re?
ceived and for sale by
July 21 _ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.59 per saw. Our Gius aro warranted
tu please in every respect, or no sale. Pre?
mium awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and style, at
ehort notico. Juno 30 Snio
Connoisseurs, go to Pollock's.
opeoiai .cu otioes.
tuoi.KKA ;-Tho following letter in from
Mr. Woodward, of St. Louis, to J. N. Harris,
Esq., of Now London. Conn. Mr. W. ia a gen?
tleman of high respectability, and during the
prevalence of tho cholera in St. Louis,
watched tho result of tho application of thc
Pain Killer for this disease, and his testimony
can be relied upon with tho utmost confidence:
DEAR flin: You recollect when I saw you iu
January last, my expressing to you my most
sanguine expectations that Davie* PAIN
KILLER would have a tremendous salo in ilie
Weat this season, and my anticipations have
been moro than realized, and tho testimony
of thousands who have used it has been that
they would not bo willing to go to bed at night
Without it in tho house.
On tho appearance of the cholora in this
city, such was the confidence in thc Pain
Killer as a remedy, that many who purchased
it remarked to me that they had no fears or
dread of tho cholora, as long aB they had the
Pain Killer by them, and hundreds took it
daily as a preventative, for no person can
hav? a derangement of tho howelB or diar?
rhea, if they uso this medicine. This was
tho security and confldcuco of hundreds
acquainted with it, and when their friends
were attacked with tho Cholera, they would
administer tho remedy in large quantities,
and in every caso when it has been taken in
any of tho first stages of this disease, it has
I consider it an iufalliblo remedy. I havo
not heard of any individual in any family who
used tho Pain Killer when attacked* but
Tho clerk informed mc that ho administer?
ed it to persons when cold or in thc cramps,
and it gave immediate relief, but still it
should be given quickly, for when tho dis?
charge of "rico water""has begun, the hope
of lifo has lied. Sh' "ld this disease make its
appearance among you, ap in all probability it
will, bo not alarmed; you and al) others there
have tho remedy, and I am confident if the
Pain Killer is used, not a single death by cho?
lera will occur iu your city. Respcctfullv
I yours, A. T. WOODWARD. *
J6ST Tho Tain Killer is sold by all dealers in
Family Medicines._"Aug jj i lt mo
Tit ?J L.lic-Su*tuinlng Principle.-?Thc
vital and thc muscular systems are entirely
distinct from each other. A mau may have
thc brawn ol a Hercules, but if he ia deficient
in vital energy, ho will not wear as well, 01
last as !oDg or be as healthy and happy whih
ho does last, as tho man of ordinary, or ever
slender build, who possesses a larger share o
this animating principle. Ono of thc great
oat recommendations of that puro vegetabh
invigoraut, FIOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT
TE RS, is that it increases the vital force o
tho system. No medicine can double tin
volume of a man's muscle, orthickeu and vul
ca?izo his thews and sinews; but Hostetter'i
Bitters has an effect much moro important
Its uso promotes constitutional vigor. It re.
inforces tho life-power, of which bone am
sinew and muscle aro merely tho instrumente
holding the same relatiou to it that machine
ry does to steam. Let the slight and appa
r?ntly fragile take heart, they may have mor
stamina, though far leas physical strougth
than tho broad-shouldered athletes they re
gard with envy. To restore, to sustain, t
increase this staniinal principio, which, whoi
\ in full supply, is the source ol health and th
best guarauteo of longevity, is a special prc
pcrty of tho famous restorative It is no
ouly'a specific for dyspepsia, biliousness, ic
tormittent levers, constipation, Ac., and
preventive of all diseases of a malarious cha
racier, but the best of all medicines fo
strengthening the constitution and a wa ker
in i the powors of nature from whatever caus
they may havo become lethargic. Aug 3 +0
Tho Exocutivo Committee of the Union Rc
form Party havo appointed the following ger
tlotnon a Committee to make suitable arrang:
ment s for a Mass Meeting of the people <
Richland, on TUESDAY, the Kith inst. Ac
dresses will be delivered by Judge Carpen tel
General Butler and others.
E. W. SEIDELS,
Sec'y and Treasurer Executive Committee.
Edward Hope, E. Stenhouse,
II. O'Ncalo, Jr., Walter Fisin r,
John H. Kinsler, John Crawford,
W. P. Bookter, A. Smythe.
John Frost, Jr., R. D. Sonn,
Dr. William Weston, J. Ll. Wells,
Warren Adams, John T. Sloan, Jr.,
Jehu P. Adams, Thomas Taylor,
Capt. Edward Percival,W. C. Swaflield,
Jesse G. Ly kos, Janies. Kennedy,
John Deut" William Myers,
Capt. W. H.Stack, Samuel G. Henry,
Samuel Garner. Aug 3
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OP C1V1
SOCIETY-Essays for Young Men, on tl
honor and happiness of Marriage, and t!
evils and dangers of Celibacy-with sanita
help for tho attainment of man's true poriti
in life. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. A
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Th
adolpnia. Pa. May 24 ;)mr
CODE OF PROGEDURE-Continuec
SEC. 2)7. Tho affidavit and order
arrest shall be delivered to tho sherill'
constable, who, upon arresting the ii
fendant, shall deliver lo him a co]
SEC. 208. Thc Sb cri fl* or Co us lal
shall execute tho order by arresting t
defcudaut and keeping him in custo
until discharged by law, und may c
the power of the County to bis aid
the execution bf the arrest, ns in caso
Six*. 2'i0. Tho defendant, at any th
before execution, shall bo discharg
from thc arrest, either ilium giving b
or upon depositing th?' amount nu
tioned in tho order ut arrest ns provitl
in this chapter.
SEC. 210. Thc defendant may g
bail by causing a written undertaking
be executed by two or more su filch
bail, stating their places of reside]
aud occupation?, to the effect that I
defendant shall at all times render hi
self amenable to the process of i
Court, during thc pendency of tho
tion, and to such as may bo issued
enforce tho judgment therein; or, if
bo arrested for tho cause mentioned
third sub-division of Section two h
drcd and two, and undertaking to
samo effect as that provided by Sect
two hundred and thirty-four.
SEC. 211. At any time before a fail
! to comply with tho undertaking, the
j bail may surrender the defendant in their
exonorutiou, or ho may surrender him?
self to the Sherill' of the County where
ho was arrested, in tho following man?
1. A certified copy of the undertaking
of tho bail shall bo delivered to the
Sheriff or Constable, who shall dctaiu
thc d?fendant in his custody thereon, ns
upon an order of arrest, and shall, by a
certificate in writing, acknowledge the
2. Upon the production of a copy of
thc undertaking und Sheriff's or Consta?
ble's certificate, a Judge or Clerk of tho
Court may, upon a notice to tho plaintiff
of eight days, with a copy of the certifi?
cate, order that tho bail be exonerated;
and on! filing tho order and the papers
used on said application, they shall be ex?
onerated accordingly. But this Section
shall not apply to an arrest for cause
mentioned in sub-division three of Sec?
tion two hundred and two, so as to dis?
charge thc bail from au undertaking
given to the effect provided by Section
two hundred and thirty-four.
SEC. 212. For tho "purpose of sur?
rendering tho defeudaut, tho bail, ut
any time or place, before thoy aro finally
charged, may themselves arrest him, or,
by a written authority, indorsed on a
certified copy of tho undertaking, may
empower any person of suitablo agc and
discretion to do so.
SEC. 213. In case of failuro to comply
with thu undertaking, the bail may bi
proceeded against, by action only.
SEC. 214. The bail maj* bo exonerated,
either by the death of tho defendant, oi
his imprisonment in a State prison, oi
by his legal discharge from the obliga
tiou to render himself amenable to tin
precess, or by his surrender to tin
Sheriff or Constable of the Count]
whero he was arrested, in executior
thereof, within twenty days after lh<
commencement of the action against tin
bail, or within such further time as mai
be granted by the Court.
SEC. 215. Within the time limited fo
that purpose, the Sheriff or Constabl
shall deliver the order of arrest ti
the plain ti IV, or attorney by whom it i
subscribed, with his return indorsed
and a certified copy of the undertakinj
of the bail. Thc plaintiff, within te:
days thereafter, may serve upon th
Sheriff or Constable a notice that h
does not accept tho bail, or ho shall 1
deemed to have accepted it, and th
Sheriff or Constable shall bc exonerate
SEC. 216. On the receipt of sue
notice, tho Sherill* or Constable, or di
fendant, may, withiu ten days then
after, give to the plaintiff, or attorue
by whom the order of arrest is sui
scribed, notice of the justification c
the same or other bail (specifying th
places of residence and occupation i
the latter) beforo a Judgo or Clerk (
the Court, at a specified time amt plac?
the time to bo not less than livo ni
more than ten days thereafter. In ca:
other bail be given, thoro shall bo a no
undertaking, in thu form prescribed i
Section two hundred and two.
SEC. 217. Tho qualification of ba
must bu as follows:
1. Each of them must be a residen
and householder or freeholder, with
2. They must each be worth tl
amount specified in the order of arre.'
exclusive of property exempt from es
eution; but the Judge or Clerk of ti
Court, on justification, may allow mo
tbau two bail to justify severally
amounts les3 than that expressed in t
order, if the whole justification
equivalent to that of two sufficient bu
SEC. 216. For the purposo of justi
cation, each of the bail shall attend 1
fore tho Judge or Clerk of the Court
the time and place mentioned in t
notice, and may be examined on oal
on the part of the plaintiff, touchi
his sufficiency, in such manner us t
Judge, or Clerk of the Court, in
discretion, may think proper. The i
animation shall bo reduced to writii
and subscribed by the bail, if rcquii
by thu plaintiff.
"SEC. 219. If tho Judge, or Clerk
thc Court, find the bail sufficient,
shall auucx the examination to thc i
dcrtakiug, indorse his allowance there
and cause thuin to bu filed in tho of
of the Clerk; and the Sheriff shalt tin
upon be exonerated from l ability.
SEC. 220. Thc defendant may, at
time of bi', arrest, iustend of givingb
deposit with tho Sheriff or Cunstn
tho amount mentioned in thc on
The Sheriff shall thereupon give tho
fendant a certificate of the deposit
the defendant shall bc discharged on
SEC. 221. Tho Sheriff or Oousti
shall, within four days after tho depi
pay thu samo into Court, and shall I
from the officer receiving the ss mc
certificates of such payment, tho on
which ho shall deliver to thc ptain
and thu other to thu defeudaut.
any default in making such payment
same proceedings may be bad on
official bond of the Sherill' or Consta
to collect tho sunt deposited, as iu o
cases of delinquency.
SEC. 222. If money be deposited
provided in thc last two Sections,
may bo given and justified upon no
as prescribed in Section two hum
and sixteen, any time before judgm
and thereupon tho Judgo beforo w
thc justification is had shall direc
the order of allowance, that tho money
deposited bu refuuded by tho Sheriff or
CouBtablo to tho dofeudant, and it shall
be refunded accordingly.
SEC. 223. Where money shall have
becu so deposited, if it romain on de?
posit at tho timo of an order or judg
mcut for the payment of money to the
plaintiff, tho Clerk shall, nuder direc?
tion of the Court, apply tho same in
satisfaction thereof, and after satisfying
the judgment, shall refund tho surplus,
if any, to tho defeudaut. If tho judg?
ment bo iu favor of tho defondant, tho
Clerk shall refund to him the whole sum
deposited and remaining unapplied.
SEC. 224. If, niter being arrested, tho
defendant escape or bo roscucd, or bail
be not given or justified, or a deposit bo
not made instead thereof, tho Sheriff or
Constable shall himself be liable as bail.
But ho may discharge himself from such
liability by the giving and justification of
bail, as provided in Sections two hun?
dred and sixteen, two hundred and seven?
teen, two hundred and eighteen, and two
hundred and nineteen, at any time be?
foro process against tho person of thc
def?ndaut to enforce an order or judg?
ment in the action.
SEC. 225. If a judgment bo recovered
against tho Sheriff or Constable, upor
his liability as bail, and an executior
thereon be returned unsatisfied, in whoh
or in part, tho samo proceedings may b<
bad ou the official bond of tho Sheriff oi
Constable to collect the deficiency, as ii
other cases of delinquency.
SEC. 22G. Tho bail taken upon tho ar
rest shall, unless they justify, or otho
bail be given or justified, be liablo to tb
Sheriff or Constable by action for dam
ages which he may sustain by reason o
SEC. 227. A defendant arrested may, a
any time beforo judgment, apply, oi
motiou, to vacate tho order of arrest, o
to reduce the amount of bail.
SEC. 228. If the motion bc made upo
affidavits on tho part of the defendant
but not otherwise, tho plaintiff may or.
pose tho aame by affidavits, or othe
proofs, iu addition to those on which th
order of arrest was made.
CLAIM AND DELIVERY OF PEHSONAL Pr.C
SEC. 229. Claim and delivery of pe:
SEC. 230. Affidavit aud its requisite,
SEC. 231. Requisition to Sheriff to tal
and deliver the property.
SEC. 232. Security by plaintiff.
SEC. 233. Exception to sureties.
SEC. 234. Defendant, when entitled I
SEC. 235. Justification of defendant
SEC. 230. Qualification aud justifie
lion of sureties.
SEC. 237. Property, how taken whe
concealed in building or inclosttre.
SEC. 23S. Property, how kept.
SEC. 23'J. Claim of property by thi
SEC. 210. Notice and affidavit, win
and where to bc filed.
SEC. 229. The plaintiff, in nu action
recover tbe possession of personal pr
perity, may, at the time of issuing t
summons, or at any time before nuswi
claim the immediate delivery of su
property, as provided in Ibis chapter.
SEC. 230. Whore a delivery is claimt
an affidavit must bu made by tho plai
liff, or by sume one in bis behalf, sha
1. That the plaintiff is tho owner
the property claimed, (particularly i
scribing it,) or IN lawfully entitled tu t
possession thereof, by virtue of a spec
property therein, the facts in respect
which shall be set forth:
2. That the property is wrongfully <
tained by the defendant;
3. The alleged cause of thc deteuti
thereof, according to his best kunwlcd,
information, and belief;
.1. That the same has not been tat
for a tax, assessment, or One, punnu
to a statute; or seized under an exe
tion or attachment against the prope
of the plaintiff*; or, if so seized, that
it is, by statute, exempt from suchst
5. The act nul value of thc properly
SEC. 231. The plaint iii'may, therotlp
by au indorsement in writing upon
affidavit, require the Sheriff el
County where (he property claimed ii
be, to take ibu same from the defend
and deliver it to the plaintiff.
SEC. 232. Upon tho receipt of the :
davit and notice, with a written nut
taking executed by one or mure sufiici
sureties, approved by tho .Sheriff, to
effect that they ure bound in double
value ol' the property, as stated in
affidavit for tho pros-ecu tion of thc
lion, for tho return of the property to
defendant, if return thereof bc mimd)
and for tho payment to him of stich ;
as may, for any cause, bo recovi
against the plaintiff, the Sheriff s
forthwith take tho property describe
tho affidavit, if it be in the possessio
the defendant or Ins agent, and reta
iu his custody. Ho shall also, wit!
delay, servo ou the defendant a cori
tho affidavit, notico, and undertaking
delivering the same to him personal!
he can bo found, or to his agent, I
whoso possession tho property is ta
or, if neither can be found, by lea
them at tho usual place of abode of eil
with sumo person of suitable agc ami
[CONTINUED IS OCR NEXT. |
ESTA DLISTIED IN COL UMBIA, S. C., IS J-).
Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
.?Etna Fire Insurance Company
OF UABTFOBB, CONN.
Chartered 1S19-Charter Perpetual.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of London,
ASSETS ?S/iOO.OOO in Gold,
jparThia Company insures against Fire only.
No Marine or Life risks taken, r.s in mon Fo?
reign Insurance Companies.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Co., of New York,
The oldest Fire Insurance Company in the
City of New York.
Phenix Fire Ins. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Assets f 2,000,000.
PUTNAM FIRE IKS. CO., of Hartford, Cone.
A tacts ?700,000.
UNION FIRE INS. CO., of ?an Francisco, Cal.
Assets ?1,200,000in Gr?!d.
impolicies Issued payable ia Gold or
KNICKERDOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO..
ot' New York.
The above Companies have each njadc the
deposit of South Carolina ?-tate Ronds, with
the Comptroller-General of thc State, as re?
quired by tho Act of the General Assembly.
Thc undersigned hay conducted the btisi
nosH of this Agency for ;h-3 last tweiity?dh<
years, during which pe: i o ? uo case of i::
lion with any eltiirnr.nt has ever c cc it ire 1.
RISKS TAKEN IX COLUMBIA
' urri:i: COUNTIES OF THE STATE.
? All ( [.lilli-, ?Ol' I.CS-M'n
Adj liste?! nuil Plilll
Af THIS AGENCY
GEORGE HUGGINS, Ar.EXT,
Otiiee under the "Columbia Hotel,"
In rear of }Ios-rs. Duflic i. Chapman's,
Columbia, S. C
GEORGE HUGGINS, Notary Public,
Aug 9 lin COLUMPIA, S. C.
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
OF COM MUIA,
(In Building formerly occupied bj Caro'ina
National Bank, )
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues ol
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUPONS, and execute
orders for the purchase and sale of Gold, and
all first-class securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
able on demand, or at fixed date, bearing
intoreet, and available iu all parts of tho
ADVANCES made to our doak rs, on ap?
proved collaterals, at maiket rates of intercet.
COLLECTIONS mRde everywhere in the
United States, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
I J. C. ROATH, Cashier. Juno 29 3mo
I California Wines.
rr\0 encourage tho consumption of tho genu
JL ino unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we havo reduced tho prices of tho
same to the following low prices for cash only,
Qcnrts, ncr Case of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pint?, per Case of 2 Dozen, 14.00.
S'iarklinf? Angelica, per case of 2
Dozen, Pints, 14.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per cn6c of 2
Dozen, Pints, ll 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Rye WhiskioB, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Rum, and Rectified Liquors, which aro con
stantlv on hand and for salo at low figures, by
July 9_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
The Office 3tS&
OF the Executive Committee of tho Union
Reform Party is over the Savings Bank.
All persons friondly to tho causo, will havo
accesB to thc ro< m at auy timo of the day,
whero they can BCO tho papers, and get tile
news. Office hours from from 9 to ll a. m.
and from ii to 15 p. m. E. W. SELBE LS,
July 23_Sec. and Treas. Ex. Com.
Guns and Ammunition.
TUST rcccivod by William Glaze, fino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fino Eng?
lish Powder, in Cauisters, Shot and Caps, of all
l ind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams .t Co.'s BankiuK Honse. Dec 1G
lt. BARRY ?!fc CO., COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS delicious CORDIAL is made from the
young buds of tho Pino, and its use we
confidently recommend to thoso who suffer
troiu Throat aud Lung Diseases, as well as
thTse who suffer from Rheumatism and Dis?
eases of the Kidnevs.
Manufactured by B. Barry <? Co.
This CORDIAL is mado from tho fruit of
tho "Bitter, or High Rush Blackberry," Rnd
is vory lino. Tho valuable properties* of tho
Blackberry aro well known.
Manufactured by B. Barry it Co.
This Cordial ia made from the fresh plant.
The use of Mint as a Stomachic and Anti?
spasmodic, ia known to all.
We oller to tho puhlio the above Ccrdials.
They are our own manufacture, and aro made
from the beat materials. The spirit used is
that from the grape; (we use no other;) tho
sugar is the finest refined, and the other in?
gredients are all fresh and pure. Thcae Cor?
dial? arc cutirely freo from drugs and the
essential oils, so much uHed at tho preeent
i day in the manufacture of Cordials, Bitters
t and Liqueurs. The Blackberry is slightly
spiced; the others are withont spice.
Independent of their medicinal qualities,
theec Cordials will he found grateful and plea?
sant as beverages or light stimulants. Cor?
dials should not be used beforo tho morning
meaL__R. BARRY & CO.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.5
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for salo bv
MnrchS * E. HOPE.
Must be Soldi!
WK have lihou t f-10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more tuan we eau realize on
thU Spring, and we are auxioui to
get rid o? some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP fer that purpose.
Our stock is the targe.-;, in onr
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large line of
DOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Bes: Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we are
maUiua to order Til F FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
T1?H STATE. Call and examine
H. ow W. C. SUAFFIKI.D.
Exchange House Bar and Bestaurant.
AY DEN ai all hour*--whet e von can always
V J ?iudlhc hen ut WINES, ALES,LIQUORS,
Ct GA RS, '. e. Fresh Lager Beer ou ico._
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN :!;<. best maimer, hy first class workmen,
\i,il wm ran'ed.
ENGRAVING finely executed.
ficolO WILLIAM GLAZE.
Creme De La Creme.
100 FLOURLS Vtiy 8UpC1'"0r FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low by_ EDWARD HOPE.
Magic Chafing' Powder.
Tlw .Vurst'i Friend.
FOR the instant euro of CHAFING ANO
SCALDING of Children and Adults.
A certain relief for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, aud all Cutaneous Diseases. For
sale bv E. H. IIElNITSn,