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RV J A SttT/RV (JOLUMB?X S. C.. SUND AT MORNING-. OCTOBER 30. 1870. VOL. VI-NO. 192.
tli?Ve doSte tVt? ??vbrhffi0BtT;:wdo4 tn?m
"ta?db..t?. JW*a?*>'ffW "'played? 'out V
I ^jf>?wcwi?f?' ? (re. .the, NW andU.Bpiri.ti of
, obligato to which all national harmony
?tiSl<n?Vrtt?'Wrjbrdi?'?tea:-ro ' ''
It ia very plaid It?re in tho South that
liberty is ended; on il it' ia but jost that
thj0'?s'?????i:e& should become general.
It is but juot to tho Government that
th?QO ruled by.it should Understand its
truo nature, hud respect it accordingly.
It io but j net, that tho, mensuro meted
out hero should bo distributed benpiag
to all prtrt? of tbe Union. As at the
North, boforo tlio war, it wa? asserted
that tho Union cOuld not exist half slave
and half free., BO ie it equally impossible
after tile war that the Uuion can exist
half alave and half free.
. The sending by the Federal Govern?
ment! O? ?orne four or flvo regiments to
the, greatest .city in the Union to spy
npoJOiand subdue thc people is a striking
incident of the centralized power of that
Birrong Government. That any portion
of the people should be gratified by this
manifestation is the repetition of tho
historical faot that the people are ever
betraying themselves and sacrificing
their.'liberties for temporary pei sonni or
par;ty benefit a. It is also a repetition of
the moral story.of theselling of souls to
tho; devil for temporal gratification.
They who play the traitors will find too
soon .their folly. To-day one party may
suffer and another may gaiu by calling
in power to assist in controlling public
opinion tu tho advantage of these who
support usurpation, To-morrow the
gainera will be the losers, and the whole
land may find that through folly and de?
pravity the most precious jewel ever
possessed by a people-personal liberty
and freedom from the oppression of
power-has been thrown away, uot nguiu
to be recovered.
Had such a movement as this, of sol?
diers to overawe the people, taken place
thirty years ago, the. peoplo of the
United States would have riseu as one
man, and such a storm as would have
been then raised would have shaken thc
continent. The first step which opened
the path for all that followed was the re?
jection of the compromise of 'GI and the
destruction of Stuto rights by tho plac
ing ot the buyonet over the South. The
North prepared itself for conquest by I
rioting over tho subjection of tho South, I
abd by continuing measures after peace j
for the humiliation aud oppression of j
her'people. The bayonet became the'
recognized agent for the purposes of I
parly as well as government, and the peo- j
pie acquiesce in its use without murmur ?
It is useless to talk ahout liberty in the
face of these facts. Yet wo cannot but
feel gratified that the bnyonet, is spread?
ing itself. H there is a latent spark of
independence, the steel will elicit it. If
there is not, it is well to know it; and it
?B farthermore well for peace and order
that the whole nation were assimilated
under arbitrury rule, and that it should
not be half slave and half free.
We caunot cease wondering, however,
at what we see. Tho Northern people
are as simple as the ostrich with its head
hidden in the saud and imnginiug that
ita body is secure. Tho heads of such a
people must iudeed be deluded aud ob?
scured. That which is done to secure !
Republicans iu power to-day may be
soon doue to secure another party in the
offices, emoluments and power of the
Government, and that usurpation aud
that tyranny which overawe aud disable
a party to day ?ill assuredly euslavo tho
whole nat iou at a day near at hand.
A Circa? lit a Storm.
' BELLEVILLE, OHIO, October 21.-This i
evening, about the middle of the per?
formance iu Van Acuburgh's menagerie,
a suddeu gust of rain und wind carno on.
The tent was tossed ubout iu a frightful
manner. The uudieuoo rushed from
their seats in every diroctiou. Under
the directions of the manager the show?
men sprang to the ropes and lowered Lhe
centre of the tent; but the wind proved
too strong for them. The chains and
ropes on the West side were|brokeu, and
the immense tent was lifted many feel
high, and carried sheer over the heads of
the people arid fell on thc East-mle of
tho ground. Tho lights were extinguish?
ed,'and pitch darkness prevailed. The
large centre-poles and other smaller J
poles were drugged by tho ropes through
the people, and fell among them, crush?
ing and maiming quite a uumber. The
people/blinded by the durkuess, rushed
in every directiou. Ur. N. D. Whit?
comb was wounded iu the head and arm.
The lions' cage was caught by the
ropes uud overset, falling upon Profes?
sor Uang worthy, Lhe lion turner, aud se?
riously injuring him. A little daughter
of Mr. William Gebart was struck on the
forehead and the skull badly fractured.
A daughter of Mr. David Stell? is so
badly hart that her life is despaired of.
Miss Rosie White, Miss Emma Charles,
Miss Agnes Garey, Ur. Whitcomb, An?
drew Evarts, Addison Hamilton, and
doubtless many others whose names I
have not yet learned, were more or less
injured. One lady waB struck upon the
head by a pole, but her waterfall received
the brow uud doubtless saved her life, (g
[Cor. Cincinnati Commercial.
A convention of Jewish Bnbbis was
organized iu New York ou Tuesday,
having for its object the preparetion of a
prayer-book on reform principles. There
is a motion on Toot to invite the distin?
guished reform Rabbis of New York to
join.the convection, to work with them,
in order that all dissensions of the re?
form party in the Jewish clergy may
Gol. J. W. Meredith, of Augusta, bad
his arm broken, by his horse run ni og
away and throwing him from his buggy,
while returning from the Fair Grounds.
A BEFOIIM MAJORITY IN CHARLESTON
CITY.'-Last evening, the board of can?
vassers, having made better progress
than on any previous day, finished the
votes for the eighth ward ; and wo are able I
to lay before our readers this morning
the result of the late election, so far as
the city of Charleston is concerned. Tho
majority for Reform is smaller than was
at first expected, but still shows an ex?
ceedingly gratifying chango for the bet?
ter, nineo the municipal election of 18G8,
when the conservatives wore defeated by
a majority of eighteen. The people!
have done' their doty, and although their !
success in the city is not sufficient to
influence tho County vote, they have
done enough to satisfy themselves that I
in the municipal elections of 1871, with
a good representative ticket and plenty
of Rystematio bard work, they can elect]
a Mayor and Board of Aldermen who
will economize the revenues of the city,
reduce taxation, and carry out in every |
particular the broad principle of intelli
genoe, retrenchment and reform. Tbe
entire number of votes cast is 10,993.
Of this number, Judge Carpenter, (the
Reform candidate for Governor,) re?
ceived 5,670, and Governor Soott, (the
radical candidate,) received 5,323, giving |
the Reform party a majority of 847 votes.
General Butler, (the Reform candidate
for Lieutenant-Goveruor,) polled 5,718
votes-forty-eight more than Judge Car?
penter, and 421 votes more than his
opponent, Mr. A. J. Ransier.
C. C. Bowen, radical, for Congress,
received 5,447 votes, beating his oppo?
nents, R. C. DeLarge, colored radical,
by 3,174 votes, and lt. S. Tharin, inde?
pendent, by 5,242 votes.
Mr. Edwin Bates, the Reform candi?
date for State Senator, polled 5,700
votes, beating W. II. Mi?hnw, radical,
by 1,805 votes, aud Cain, radical, by
4,213 voles. These ligures, of course,
relate to the city ou ly.-Charleston News.
fevers are most prevalent in tho fall. Heavy
anti unwholesome exhalations then arise from
tho earth, and the great disparity between
the temperature of day and night predisposes
the system, enfeebled by tho summer boats
to epidemic diseases. Tho secretive organs
the liver especially, aro apt, at this period o
the year, to become inert and sluggish, and
all the bodily powers require renovation. The
best, indeed tho only protection against the
morbid influences of the season is a whole
some medicated stimulant. Pre-enilnen
among the restoratives of this class, and in
deed foremost among tho remedial and prc
ventive medicines of modern times, stands
Hoatettei's Stomach Sitters. Its reputation
is co-extensive with the Western Hemisphere;
it has been a standard article for twenty
years; its salos (as may ho ascertained by tho
revenue returns) aro far larger than those of
any other proprietary preparation on this
continent; and thu testimony in its favor em
braces letters of approval from the most dis
tingnisbed members of all the learned pro
fessions and from well known residents of al
mont ewry city in the Union. These aro it
credentials. To state what it ia doing to pre?
vent and assuago tho sufferings of the human
family would require more space than can be
given to the subject here. Tho dyspeptic,
the bilious, the nervous, thc weak and ema?
ciated, the desponding, tho broken down,
find in its renovating and regulating proper?
ties a sure ami immediate means of relief. It
is a pure vegetable specific, at once safo and
potent, and for which the whole materia me?
dica affords no substit ute. Oat ltifG
PAIN KILLEK-l'EHIlY DAVIS A So.V
MANVFA mit Ens AND PIIOPIIIETORS, PROVI?
DENCE, R. li
^TESTIMONIALS FROM THE PRESS.]
This remedy is well known to l e one of the
very best ever offered to the ,<ublic It
is all that it ia represented to be. The testi?
monials in itu favor, reaching back for a series
of years, and the experience of a long test,
iircontestibly prove it to be ono of the most
reliable specifics of tho age.- Old North State.
We cheerfully add our testimony in favor of
this medicine- Haman Citizen.
DAVIS* PAIN KILLER.-We have tried this
medicino, and assuro our readers that it not
Duly possesses all the virtues claimed for it,
but in many instances HUipasses any other i
remedy we have ever known.
[ Herald oj Gospel TAberty.
It is really a valuable medicine-it is used
by many physicians.-Boston Traveler.
I have unod Davin' Pain Killer, and consider
it au indispensable article in tho medicine
box. lt has ( fleeted cures in diarrhoea, and
for cuts and bruises it is invaluable.
[New York Examiner.
Spoken of in terms of high commendation
by both Druggist and Physician.
There is no medicine I value so highly as
the Pain Killur-have used it for years, and in
every instance it has proved a sovereign reme?
dy.- Mesenger, Glens Falls, New York.
Known almost universally to be a good
remedy for burns, and other pains of tho body,
and is valuable, not only for colds in winter,
but for various summer complaints.
Oct 4 mimo _ [Christian Adv?cale.
THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK would
call thu attention of the public to the fact
that tlmy are transacting a GENERAL BANK
INO BUSINESS, and extend the nt-ual accom?
modations to business men and others, who
favor thom with their accounts.
Oct 23 A G. BRENIZER. Cashier
OF all styles, to bo had choap, at
Dot 23 J. SULZrfACHER'S.
A C\ f\i\fX L4J8V superior 1HON
^l./.VJViv/ TIES, for Bale low by
?cpl 8 _A _,_E. HOPE.
For Sale, '
3Af \ f\ ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
?\J\ t\J on tho Edistd.
750 AO RES in Kefsbaw-In lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$3 000, Adply to JOHN BAU8KETT,
Attorney atTLaw ?nd Real Estate Agent.
Sept 21 ly
OYSTERS AND GAME.
OUlt SALOON ia in or
^?.?fl/dor, and OYSTERS,
^St?^ GAME, FISH, etc., can^g?^
bo obtained at all boara. Dinners
and Suppers furnished at short notice, and
in tho best style. O i ve UH a trial.
PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
Oct ll Exchange Restaurant.
The F?liock House
/frt^\ /? \ HAS been overhauled tfifrmm
v^>| AJrand fitted up for the win-?JRSfUK.
^?)fj?7 ter season. OYSTERS, ^fin^
FISH and OAME served up in the usual style.'
The Privato LUNCH ROOM has boen refit?
ted, and guests may expect proper attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor.^
MRS. M. AV. STRATTON, Proprietress.
TRANSIENl' B OA RD, $2.00 PER DA Y.
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
HAVING just received a large and well
selected stock, consisting of
and FANCY ARTICLES, would most respect?
fully call the attention of his friends, ana thc
Cubbo in general, to call and examine his stock
eforo purchasing elsewhere.
Having established, Binco 18G5, a first-class
Jewelry Store, I am better posted, and keep a'
liner and larger assortment of goods, adapted
to this market, than any other Iiouso this side
of Charleston. Small "profits is my motto.
Repairing in all itd branches promptly attend?
ed to sud warranted.
Oct 2_ISAAC STJLZBAOHER. _
THE Memories of Fifty Years, containing
notices and anecdotes of distinguished
Americans and remarkable men, Ac., by W.
H. Sparks. Price $2 SO.
Tent Lifo in Siberia and Adventures in
Kamschatka and Northern Asia, by Kennan,
with a map. $1.50.
Ginger Snaps, by Fanny Fern. $1.50.
Old Songs aud New, by tho authoress of
Paris in December, 1851; or. Coup d'Etat of
Napoleon III, by Terr jt, from the thirteenth
French edition.* $2 50.
Lecke's Rationalism in Europe, in two vo?
The Life of General Nathaniel Green.
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth.
Also, a number of new novels, by Trollopo
and other popular authors.
Also, new juvenile books from London, now j
Chromos, Paintings, Ac. For Bale at
BRYAN A McO ARTE R'S Bookstore.
ALL persons indebted to the late Dr.
SAMUEL FAIR, of Columbia, deceased,
are hereby notified to make immediate pay?
ment; and those holding claims against his
estate will present the same, properly attest?
ed, to me. MARY D. FAIR,
Oct 2%H3_Executrix. _
?l. & W. 0, S W A F F IB LD.
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR FALL STOCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS' HATS of every descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, Ac.
A superior SHIRT, uever before oflVred in
this market, made to order without extra
The largest line of French and English
CLOTHS and VESTINGS ever offend. With
additional facilities in our workshop, we aro
determined that our Custom Department
shall be unt-urpasped.
HATS aud CLOTHING at wholesale
R. A W.C.SWAFFIELD,
Sept 10_Columbia Clothing Doune.
IS hereby given to all whom it may concern,
that I have dulv appointed and empow?
ered FREDERICK J*. BROWN my Agent and
Attorney, and in my namo to transact all
business and conduct all settlements of tho
estato of JAMES BROWN, late of Richland,
deceased. SELINA BROWN,
Qualified Executrix of Estate of James
Brown, deceased. _ Oct 9 tl3
1 AA BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low b- EDWARD HOPE.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE OINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In stylo of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn out, with the same amount of
powor, is unequalod. R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2 _ Colombia. B. C.
Removal ot Dental Office.
/jSSgfc DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
<5gtTOoffice to Mr. G. Diorcks' new building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter ?
Co.'* Dry Goods' Store, where he offers bis
professional services lo his former patrons
and the public. Juno 28
funs, Pistols, Etc.
. I INFO Hil my friends and
public? in genoral that I have
juet received an en tiro new
\1t0ek of Double, and Bingle Bar
roi GUNS, BEPEATEBS, Flasks, Pouches,
PiBtol-Bolts, Cana Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
'I .' ALSO,
REPAIRING done at short notice
Octa_P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
Hams and Bacon Strips, . .
-J C\r\ NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
WJ\J 1,000 lbs. new Sugar-onred Break?
fast Strips, just received anti for salo by
I Oot7 J. A I.B. AGNEW.
California Seed Oate.
ELf\f\ BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
?UU SHED OATS, for sale by
Oct 9. _EDWARD HOPE.
GIBSON'S OL?) FAMILY NECTOR and
Rye WHISKEYS "litepurest mid best in
market." Also, a full Btock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS/ of all grades, always on band
and for sale by_J. iL R. AGNEW.
1 PT /~\f^f~\ YARDS heavy and medium
AO?\JV_/V_/ COTTON BAGGING, for
Bale by_E. HOPE.
RAA LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
tj WU on baud and for salo low at wholesale
and retail._J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TO THE LADIES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
(Main street,nearly Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
HAS just roturned from New
York, where sho selected an clc
?R^Sn^ftKant and varied assortment of
rv?) ????S GoodB in tho
t?j??BW Millinery Line,
?f /IVa Which has been opened for in?
ff iii spection. and to which tho atteu
V?wl tion of tho ladies is invited.
She has also a line of elegant CLOAKS and
FURS, which are woll worth looking at.
CORSETS of everv etvle, for ladies and chil?
dren. FANCY GOODS in endless variety.
MRS. S. A. SMITH
nr.. - HA8 JUST OPENED all the NO
?mmr\ YELTIES in FALL MILLEN ERY
NB* IL H andFANCY GOODS; also, a hand
jM\M irV some assortment of trimmed
?^yjWjn DRESS PATTERNS, to which she
.ddMLjjiyr invites the special attention of
All orders, either in M i LLENE HY or DRESS?
MAKING, attended to with promptness and
despatch._ Oct 12 lin
MULINE E*Y GOODS.
S&Pk^ MRS. M. A. FLANIGAN has ra
y^feft^ceived a large and well selected
I--^WuHNtock or MILLINERY GOODS, in
ST ?WBONNETS, HATS, RIHBONS,
?'tH?T Feathers, Flowers, ?kc, which she
^P** >L will sell at tho lowest prices ever
offered in thia city.
miK 3 SOI AK I \ C
Done in the most fashionable style and on
reasonable terms. Rooms over Heise'a Con
fectionory Store._Oct 13 Imo
To the Dental Profession.
THE regular semi-annual meeting of the
South Carolina Stato Dental Association
will be held in Charleston, S. C., commencing
TUESDAY, November 1, at 8 P. M. Dentists
throughout tho Stato are cordially invited to
bc present. Members will be passed to and
fro, over the various railroads, for one fare.
Oct 0 T. T. MOORE, Cor. Secretary.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAYING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright A Vinn, one
of their new patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning ont from 40.000 to Gi),000 bricks per
day, are now prepared to make contracts and
famish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
store, or at thc South Carolina Dank and
Trust Company?__Sept 3
THE CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all thc pro?
minent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and the Orient,
and will furnish drafts at New York ratt-s.
Oct 23_A. G. BRENIZER. Cashier.
fl^HE finest assortment in tho city of Eng
X lish Stub Twist and Laminated Steel
Fowling PIECES, of all grades, both Muz?
zle and Breech-loading; also, Dixon's shoot?
ing tackle, Elev'o percussion cap and wad,
oto. WM. GLAZE.
Oct 10 Imo Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
HAVING just returnod from a visit to thc
North, I can recommend the following
TEAS, of my own selection. NEW CHOP, per
Paciffo Railroad, and only FoBTV DAV? from
China and Japan:
Choicest MOYUNE OUN-POWDER.
Choicest Moyuno HYSON.
Finest Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicest "TRUE" 8CHO?CHONG
Finest Oolong "ORAGIE TEA."
Theae, with others, comprise tho best
assortment that can be offered in any market
and having boen bought at recent reduction
in gold value, are in every way worthy tho
attention of economical purchasers.
Oct 8_GEO. SYMMERS.
Pore Leaf Lard.
K(\ PACE AGES. PURE LEAF LARD.
t?\J consisting Of Barrels. Kegs and
Boxes, on hand and for sale low by
Sept 20^_ J. A T. B. AGNEW.
Mackerel i Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEv7 MACKEREL, in Barrels, in
Half Barrels, In Quarter Barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for salo by
Sept 13 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Grand Toy Emporium.
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.,
WHERE is offered tho larce6t and
best selected stock of TOYS over
brought to this market. Dealers and
others can bo accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can be suited
from this varied collection.
CANDIES of Pure Sugar manufactured
CAKES ?ND PIES.
A fine assortment of CANNED GOODS Just
receiving from the best manufactories.
Freeh DATES, New Crop RAISSIN, CITRON
and CURRANTS, ALMONDS, and a full line
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BI8C?ITT and Prince Albert
CRACKERS, (imported articles,) puro and of
great benefit to the Bick and convalesont.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured and
sold at reasonable prices.
oct 2c JOHN MCKENZIE.
|fM| THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
1 gabon tho Darhamvillo Road and the Char
SSPotte Railroad, about 1} miles from tho
city of Cn] umbi a, containing twonty-ono acres,
more or leas, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a moBt excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for fivo
or six hands; it ia about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two branches which forms tho
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and compos?e! partly of tho same Boil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to the acre. Possession given let Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, apply at this
office, or to L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo Orangoburn, 8. C.
CONSISTING in part of HUBS,
pitfkJyj^Spokca. Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
i&g^SSSp' Poles. Bolts, Malleable Castings,
-S22___S?_Filth Wheels, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather, Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carnet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Paints, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, ftc, ftc.
Our stock of these goods is second to none in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase.
will sate money by calling on
Sept ll J. & T. B. AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
j ^Mfyt THIS pleasantly located HO
/ Yerrel1-JU\ TEL, unnnrpaspcd by any
/ j erf "i ??/^x??^ise in the South for comfort
BsgSSuSS-and healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Familiee can bo furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-paseengerB carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A WRIfiTIT.
FEMALES !FRIEND. Tho best medicino
known for Fumale Complaints.
For sale at HEINITSH'S
Sept 22t_Drug Store
Watohes and Jewelry Repaired
IN the best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo If, _ _WILLIAM GLAZE.
"The Carolina House."
fT^niS HOUSE has always enjoyed Die repu- ;
.L talion of being the best placo in the city
for obtaining the coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand ot Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of the
ordinary run. Call and ste me, on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7 Proprietor.
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
QflA BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
Owv/ part of Choice Family Flour, 'Vite
! best in the world;" also,Extra and Super Flour,
al cern lowest market prices foreasn, for sal?
uy_ J. &*T. R. AGNEW.
JUST received, a tupplv of fresh CRACK?
ERS. BISCUITS, ?c., consisting o?
Soda Biscuit, 1
Cl cam Crackers,
Lomon Crackers,Ac. I
Fondle by_ J. AT. B. AGNEW. |
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which will not li'jht under SOU
degrees J-'areriheit; nev:r gums; is almost
j od. rices and av safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
j family use, and ichen burned hi the MISEUAI.
si'EitM LAUF, tho light is equal to the best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cont, per hour. It requires but little atten?
tion, no trimming, and the chimney never
breaks from heat.
A supply ot thia safely oil, and a small
assortment of Lamps, jn>!t received and for
; sale bv J. ft T. R._ AGN K W.
I ICE! ICE! IGE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now iuform the public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
oents per pound by the retail. For 100 ponnds
or more, agreements will bc mudo. The Ice
can bo obtained at either the upper or lower
store. J. C. SEEGERS.
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
Mose, highly nutricious, and of exquisite
tlavor. A desirable article, and staple addi?
tion to the household bill of fare.
For sale at H KINITSH'8
Sept 22t Drug Store.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Glaze, fine Eng
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fino Eng?
lish Powder, iu Canisters, Shot and Cape, ol ul
bind. One door North of Messrs. Boott, Wit
llama A Co.'? Banking House._Dee 10
MAGIC POWDER for cloaniug Gold, Silver
Ac, too cents per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver, Gold, Ac,
ten oents per paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Just received and for sale bv
Sept2 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
?l? .OrO:if. TC
. 11 'ANJU^SIX PEHi.CBS&jnQOM*
, ?OUN?EpH EVERY J?LH
'?....>; 'OFPIO?BBV: ' -? ; : .
Wm. Martin, President..;, . v7
A. O BrenUser. Cf^bJ?r.. . .j .. i t.
John 0. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
. vircctoro. ... " .
Wada Hampton, Columbia. .
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMaater, Columbia
A. Q. HaskelM^lumbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Hemitsb, Columbia. ' .
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.: '
J. EH Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry. t
W. G. MaveS, Newberry;
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Ravenel. Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, ClerkB, Widows,'Or?
phans and others may here deposit their BEV
mg8 and draw aJiberal rate of raterest there?
on. F?an?c??, Profc'osiona? Men and Trustees
wishing to draw int ci cat on their futida until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Paren t? desiring to set apart small
Bums for their children, and Marriod Women
and Minore, (whose'deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in ease of death, by
their legal representatives,) wishing to,lay
SBido fonds for future nee. ar? h or o afforded
an opportunity of depositing ? their means
where they wdl rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal when
needed._ . j .'Aug-18
O BEAT ,. tri
Purest Medicated Cordial of the Age.
S ~ ?* > LIPPMANN great
S/TRADE MAB GERMAN BITT
/ / *( EBB is prepared
M 'ftis-r, <?T?X n ( > frora the original
iM l-^kjf s vStgSCb^ C German receipt
rAviTVi^ Q now in possession
1 r- jjsSm ' of the proprietors
vulkXuJ^w^r^ "?0>iau(? *B ^ke simo
>Jfc>r '? Jy^ji preparation that
i^Ka? iffcaRv M?T ?was used in Ger
rfwwP?iFf?&M*tt maQy upwards ol'
vGlj JPAragWjp'.^'.-'-' '-' a century ngo; to
'Sfc^c^^S^v?^^ day ia household
^^^?w^ -3*^ * 'v remedy of Germa
Y^VinS-^' P?-s' Uti recommended
r}" ?\ J^-^ir^^^ . " by-its, most emi
y,\ a~*. neat physicians.
GEE AT GERMAR BITTERS
Is composed of the purest alcoholic essence of
Germany's favorito beverage, impregnated
with the juices and extracts of rare herbs,
roots and barks; all of which combined make
it one of thc best and ture6t preparations for
the cure o? , -
Dyspepsia, LOBB of Tone in the Stomach and
"Digestive Organs, Nervous Debility, Lan?
guor, Constipation,Liver Complaint,
General Exhaustion, and a-.a.
PREVENT! VE I OR, CHILLS ^.ND FEVER
MALARIOUS DISEASES GENERALLY.
F KM AL. KR . .
Will find LIPPMANN GREAT GERMAN. BIT?
TERS tbe bfrst tonic known for the diseases tu
which they are generally bubject, and where a
gentle stimulant in recommended.
SAVANNAH, March IC, 1870.
Mews. Jacob Lippmun <fc Ero.,, Savannah,
(Va.INGESTS: I have before mc yonr esteemed
letter of the 14tli inst., containing* various
documenta relative to your ''GermanBitters."
After a careful examination 1 must confess
that your Ritters is really what you represent
it to he, an old Gorman reoipe of Dr- Mitch
erlicb. of Berlin. ProBsia. It will no doubt be
excellent for dyspepsia, general debility and
uervona diseases, and is a good preventive of
chills and fever. I.lind it to be a most de?
lightful and pleasant stomachic. I remain
yours truly, (Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KinKLANu MILLS, GA., March 22,1870.
Messrs. Jacob Lij-pman <fc Ero., Lruggixis,
Savannah, Ga.-GENTLEMEN: 1 ?ave intro?
duced your Great G' mian Ritters here to my
customers and friends, and I find better sale
tor it than any T have over kept before. Those
who have tried it approve of it very highly,
and 1 do not hesitate iu saving that it is far
superior in vu lue to any other Bittere now io
use. Yours, respectfully, W. KIRKLAND.
Wholesale Agents for State of South Caroli?
na- DOW1E, MOISE & DAVIS,. HENRY BIS?
CHOFF A CO.. GLACIUS <fc WITTE STEF?
FENS, WERNER A DUCKER, Cliarlcton.
Depot in Columbia. S. C., at GEIGER A
McQREiHilt's. Druggists.. Jnne 21y||j
^?DWAKD H. HEINITSH,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
At the old stand of Fisher A Heinitah.
OPPOSITE PE OS NIX OFFICE.
tas-^tff WHERE DRUGS and MEDICINES
tf^aBi^o'' every kind will bu sold for cash,
\fc ^at remarkably low pricos; where
pSmf Physicians* Prescriptions and Fami
-??Tjl ly Recipes will be prepared, under
^?QP ?ir. Heir.itsb's pcreonal:anpervision
and care. Where also the following indispen?
sable articles may be bad: .. ?
Fresh Citrate Magnesia, '
Flavoring Extracts, finest quality,
Toilet Articles and Colognes,
Toilet and Salli Soap, fur the skin and com?
plexion, Turkish Towt 1B,
Bathing Sponges. Flesh Brush* s,
Bakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prepared Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for in?
fanta and invalids,
Pure Extract of Caifa Feet for Jelly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Cine A Cooper'*, sheet and Ebrod
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for the Toilet.
Tho prophylactic character of Perfumed
Waters and Odors has in all ageB received thc
sane'inn of eminent and learned Physicians.
Thu frequent use of these has often restored
the sick and feeble-to health and strength.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth, for
rendering the Skin soft and fair as Alabaster
Marble; removes all bltmisbeB, freckles and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, fer Bowel Com
pUint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger." Persons
traveling towards the mountains or the sea,
will find this articlo an indispensable requi?
site. For Bale by E. H. HE?N?TSH,
july] Druggist and Apothecary.
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from the factory, the groat
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, the 8nnnyt-ido
Fino-Cui Oin wing Tobacco-(be bet-t iii the
Dountry -Mollers' Fig Chbwing Tobacco, very
fine, just received
A full assortment of choice WINES and LI?
QUORS alwavf< on hand
JOHN 0. SEEGERS.
Main street, near the Post Office, and Main
street, near PIUKMX Ofiico. Julv 29