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COLU?ttftfcAA S. C.
XJontM of Col. Joaei 1U II?good.
How often it ia that the laved and the
gifted die young! Tho ancients were in
the habit o? oayirig, "Whom the gods
love, die young." Christianity rooog
nizes the.fact, that iu the providence of
Almighty God tho most highly endowed
of His creatures aro of ten removed from
tho soones of onrth by acoideot or dis?
ease, ere the promise of TOOTH can be
redeemed by tho realizations of maturo
We write, sitting near tho lifeless re?
mains of n remarkable young man-a
devoted son of South Carolina-a gallant
Col. Hagood died yeaterdny morning,
about 6 o'clock a. m., of tho severe
wounds that he received in tho disas?
trous accident that recently occurred on
the Greenville and Columbia Kui I road.
His strong frame-his stronger will-his
patient endurance-his marked compo?
sure-the attention of father, brothers,
comrades and friends-the skill nnd tho
effort of his physicians-tho lovo of kin?
dred-a brilliant reoord-these could not
save him. Death has laid its impress
upon his manly brow. lu God's provi?
dence, his time had come to die.
"He, tho young and strong,
Who cherished noble longings for thc strife,
By the road-Bide foll and perished,
Weary with the marun of lifo."
Col. Hagood was a remarkable mau,
and led a - remarkable career. Horn in
Barnwell, Sooth Carolina, he was tho
son of that highly esteemed oitieen, Dr.
Hagood, and the brother of Gen. Johu
son Hagood-one of the firmest, truest
and best generals that South Carolina
and the Citadel Academy gave to tho
From his childhood, Col. Hagood wus j
characterized by unusual insensibility to j
fear. When a mere child, after aomo
ghost stories had inspired tho usual feel?
ings in his little companions, ho express?
ed himself as entertaining no fears what?
ever. Whereupon, he was challenged to
go into a neighboring cemetery and
pluck Borne moss from one of the graves.
He repaired to the spot and returned
with the plucked moss. This we men?
tion as a characteristic incident of his
childhood. During his boyhood, ho was
noted for his robust sense of honor-for
bia rigid adherence to the right. "Boys,"
he would say, "this is not BIGHT, and we
must not do it." Young Hagood, upon
roaching the proper age, became a cadet
in tho South Carolina Military Academy,
in which his brother, Gen. Hagood, had
graduated with the finit honors of his
class. His restless longings for the strife
in which his State was embarked, led
him to leave the peaceful shades of the
academy for the fields of war. He en?
tered the First South Carolina Infantry,
Brat ton's Brigade, os a private; rose to
be Captain, and was promoted over eight
senior officers to be Colonel of his regi?
ment-this unusual 'promotion being
mad*5 by the President of tho Confede?
rate States, for distinguished gallantry
on the battle-field. At the time he was
made Colouel, he was but nineteen years
. old, and his promotion came on his nine?
We deem it unnecessary to narrate at
length his military services. Suffice it
to say that ho made his regiment one of
tho best in the serviee, and that his
power of command and of attaching his
men to his person, were marked features
of his military career. He was cool, sa?
gacious, resoluto and daring. Tender
and gentle in camp, he was a thunder?
bolt in war. He survived the war with
a brilliant record-the youngest Colonel
in the service. After the war ended,
Col. Hagood entered the foreign naval
service, ai a sailor, before the mast.
Hore, he soon rose to the post of second
mate, and was in the line of rapid pro?
motion when he returned to his native
State. He next became engngetl in
planting in connection with his brother,
Gen. Hagood. But his enterprising
spirit aspired to moro ambitious em?
ployments. Ho determined to seek ser
vico in Egypt. Furnished with the high?
est certificates by ex-President Davis,
General Leo, and others, he was expect?
ing a commission from thc Ruler of
Egypt, when ho received h?H death
wound. At tho time of the aceideut,
Col. Hagood was on his way to Colum?
bia, to attend tho meeting of the Sun
vivons* ASSOCIATION. On the occasion
of tho accident, his presence of mind
did not abandon him. Although despe?
rately wounded in tho head, .with his own
hands he bound his handkerchief around
the gapiug wound, and thou moving off,
fainted away from physical exhaustion.
Ho recovered from this state and was
convoyed to Columbia. At tho depot,
his younger brother met him. Seeing
him weeping at the sight ho himself pre?
sented, Col. Hagood said: "Lee, bo B
mau, be a man. I am badly hurt, but
theao things will happen." To his elder
.brother he intimated that he foJlyappro
oiatebTh?S 'situation and y^oojVe?l ?tvwnu
? collected minf. Da??qg the days thal'
he lived, t li ero 'was > como conTuoion of
words,' but none of ideas. Hit recog?
nized all of his acquaintances, and knew
that his father aud brothers and friends
were annual him. He grew restless only
as his death drew uigb. At G o'clock ou
yesterday, ho died-tho day being his
twenty-sixth birth-day. On his nine?
teenth birth-day ho was made a colouol
in tho Confederate army. On his twen?
ty-sixth birth-day-just seven years pre?
cisely thereafter-ho died.
Wc have peuucd enough to show that
remarkable qualities attached to the de?
ceased Carolinian. A man of irou nerves,
of strong will, of manly bearing, of
I lofty soul-in him the State has lost one
of whom she was proud und upon whose
right arm she might have looked for aid
in the hour of trouble. How strtiuge is
God's providence! Here is n man who
passed unharmed through tho storm of
war, and ut last he dies from a railroad
But ho is gone! Full of hope and
work for the future, he was yet tenderly
attached to the memories of the past.
He came to mingle with the SURVIVORS,
and he is gone to join the hosts of the
DEAD. True to the last, his last act wns
to do honor to a lost cause and to a
noblo army of dead patriots, and thus to
fulfil the conditions of the bard's pro?
"flo that can endure
To fellow with allegiance a fallon lord,
Doth conquer him that did his master conquer
Aud wins a placo i' tho story."
. Joint Stock CoaipanyaaAaiillar)- to tuc
Stute Agricultural and Mccnnnlcal
In another column will be fouud the
committees in each County of the State,
appointed to assist in procuring sub?
scribers to the joint stock company
which is to be organized as an auxiliary
I to the prescut State Agricultural and
Mechanical Society. We ask leavo to
commend the matter to the citizens of
the several Counties of the State, and to
ask that tho committees proceed promptly
to tho dischnrgc of their duties. The
object of this plan of forming a joint
stock compauy of this kind is to place
the State Fair upon a secure finaaoial
basis. At present, the expenses of tho
aunual fair, proceeding from the pre?
mium list aud other sources, are met by
tho receipts at the gate during tho Fair,
and tho payment of life and annual
members. Thes3 sources nrecoutingent
and uncertain. A rainy Fair week
might render tho society bankrupt. Acer
tain, reserved fund is essential to supple?
ment the receipts of tho society. Hence
the joint stock feature was adopted, and
inasmuch as the present State Agricul
j tural and Mechanical Society, holding
property as such, did not feel authorized
to change its legal character, it was, as
we bold, wisely resolved to organize a
joint slock compauy, and mako it auxili
i a ry to und co-equal with the present
j State Agricultural and Mechauical So
I ciety. The shares wero put at $10 each,
j and as soou as $30,000 has been sub
I scribed, tho company is authorized to
! organize under the laws of the State,
i Already, about ?15,000 worth of stock
I has been taken, or a pledge given that it
shall be taken. Wo believe that 8100,000
I could be promptly raised. ?50,000
j would bo equal to tho wuuts of the case.
The industrial argument for and in be?
half of South Carolina is enough-to say
nothing of other considerations-to in
duco patriotic citizens to step forward
j and at once consummate this project, so
j useful to the State. And let this be
I borne in mind, viz: Wheu a man puts his
I money in this joint stock company, he
i makes not a contribution in char itt/ or pub
j lie spirit, HUT HE MAKES A OOOD, PATING
? INVESTMENT. In other States in the
j North and West, experience shows that
? such stock not unfrequontly pays from
! teu to twenty per cent.-in tho way ol
?dividends. Tho stock will bo takon up,
J and could at once be taken up, but tc
j extend tho influences of tho enterprise
I from one end of tho State to the other,
.it is deemod advisable for each County
j to be represented by shares of its citi
Our cotemporaries of the State prest
! will aid the publie cause by reproducing
: this nrticlo, or such portion thereof tu
will be sufficient to bring before each
j County in the State the joint stock fea
j tore, that it is proposed to attach to thc
; State Agricultural and Mechanical So?
ciety iu thu association to bo made aux
! iliary thereto. We respectfully request
j our cotemporaries to present the subject
to their readers.
A special from St. Louis Buys that thc
j accident at St. Charles, Mo., involved
tho loss of sixteen persons, nil of whoa
were precipitated into the river by thc
breaking of a wire rope while hoisting t
. j heavy column for the Mississippi bridge,
? Fourteen bodies have been found,
j Norfolk Bivalves, iu every style, al
QgLtJMniA;yr)votDb6rTg',T870. Hoy 10 fis
PA YA BLE MON TUL Y.
HUNDREDS OP PEOPLE
Ia tho St&to can testify to their being tho
beut Machine in usc. Call ami examine thom
at \Y. D. LOVE A CO.'S
4x4 Purple Prints, Remnants,
At 15 cents, at
W. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCREEBY. Nov 10
Meeting of Stockholders.
?rrnrilllflliy I A meeting of the Stockholders
?S8??3K?or tho BLUE 111 DOE KAIL
ROAD COMPANY, of South Carolina, will be
held in Columbia, at tko oftice of thc Compa?
ny, on THURSDAY, th F 24th instant, at 12
o'clock, M. W. H. I). GAILLARD,
Nov 5|7i Secretary.
TUE undersigned, respectfully informs his
friends, generally; that ho may hereafter
be found at the well known and popular Dry
Gooda Establishment of Messrs. J. H. A M. L.
KINARD, where ho will bo pleased to see
them, and givo thom bia attention.
Nov 3 wal) J. LEE DIXON.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!'.
+ >i\f\ BUSHELS selected SEED WHEAT,
?\ IV} for salo by lt. O'NEALE A SON.
Richland County-In Common Pleas.
Elias Gradick, es. D. B. DcSaussnre, Adminis?
trator, el ni.
THE creditors of the lato firm of E. C.
Smith A Bro. are required to establish
their claims before, mc, un or before the first
dav of Jauuarv, l.sTL Uv order of Court.
D. ll. MILLER,
Nov .!+ CC. C. and Special Referee.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THEiindorsigned informs tho (
public that ho has opened
stock or WATCHES, CLOCKS4_
I and JEWELRY, to which ho Invites
j attention. Ho is also propared to
REPAIR thoroughly and in a work?
manlike manner TIME-KEEPERS of
overy kind; besides Jewelrv, etc.
Nov J Imo Two doors below PHONIX Oftice.
THE largest and beat assortod stock ot
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can bo found at my
Store. A call will prove this all?gement.
Novit GEO. SYMMERS.
REYNOLDS' IMPRO I 'EMENT.
THOSE who have lost several Natural
Teeth, and have boen advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as tho first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, are
requested, before submitting to a practico,
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of Us fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of so much
The above improvement was designed to re?
sist so deplorable a practice, ami alter a tho?
rough test of more than threo years, is found
capable of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry has horotoforo done.
It ia now possible to obtain partial caws,
which will save for years Natural Teeth, and
be at the same timo reliable in every respect.
An invitation is hereby given to such an
feel interested to call at our Operating
Rooms, and examine duplicate specimens ol
cases now in actual uso.
Nov Gt REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot of tho hoHt Pan-cake and Fig
Nov ?I JOHN C. SEEGERS.
GENUINE Imported CIGARS, together with
a largo supply of Domestic CIGARS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
INFORMS his friends and cnatomerf that he
is prepared to furnish OYSTERS in all
utvlcfl - as he has a superior cook. Oct 30
-j f\f\ BOXES Goshen. English Dairy and
Xv/' / Pine Apple CU EESE, for salo low.
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup
-i f\r\ BAGS new BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
I JA/V/ 5 barrels Golden SYRUP, for sale, by
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRAC
I HON Ali CURRENCY bought nt ti small dis
! count at TUE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23 A. G. RREN1/.ER, Cashier.
Yellow Pine Lumber,
OF tho BEST QUALITY, and in quantities
, to ault purchasers, can ne obtained bv
i applying to W. J. BRYANT A CO.,
No. 2 Ann street, Charleston, S. C.,
Or at Branchville Post Oflicc, S.C.
I Oct 13 Imo
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buv and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small' mar?
gin. A. G. BRENIZER,
Oct 23 Caahior.
A GREAT VARIETY or GERANIUM
^CUTTINGS aud other handsomo green
bouso plants, for sale very low, by
Sept 13 i3mo _At the Asylum. _
California Seed Oats.
K.f\r\ BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
DUU HEED OATS, for sale by
Ootj>_ EDWARD HOPE.
Pure Kentucky Bello Bourbon Wins
key, at POLLOCK'S.
Barr?la Florida Orangen,
??le by R. O'NE ALE A HON,
OT 16 Y -y - y - O^wi Tojn.
Bones, Damage fend B&rne
. ONE gafar of deo 6Mp-<
*pine HORSES, "a g?fedL? -
.CARRliOE and No. 1 HAtfEfESS,
are offered at priva tu Sale by the undersigned.
Thia la a rare opportunity for thono in want
or the above. AGNKW A CO.
NOT 16 1 _
Nickerson House Hall.
MIS8 SOPHIE WORRELL, MAXAOSBBSS.
WEDNESDAY, NO VERI HEH IO, 1670.
POSITIVELY LAST LIU HT
nu *vn COMIOOPBRACO.,
The Great Hernandez
FIRST appearance cf Mr. W. 1'. SHELDON.
For tin.- ?rst tuno, thu Groat Burlesque,
Black Eyed Susan.
Among tho numerous and special features,
may bo mentioned t bo wonderful performances
of thc celebrated Spanish Gymnasts,the great
HERNANDEZ and LEON ' BROTH HRS, who
wi'l appear in their great specialties. Cow
Bell-Ogians! Imperial Japs! Guitar Trio!
N. B.-Thc performance will comrm nco this
evening, at half-pant 7 o'clock, owing to tho
departure of tho Troupe for Angosta, in the
10 l\ M. Train.
LEON DELKON.Advauco Agent
F. M. CHAPMAN.Stato Manager
G. G. KeiiN. Musichl Director
RcHcrvod Seats il.50. Admission $100.
Reserved Seata can he had at Isaac Sulz
baclicr's. Nov 16 1
MONTHLY M'HSK-Mrs. M. PALMER,
corner Gervais and Henderson streets. Is
well recommended. Nov l-l
SWITZER KASE.-A frosh supply of tho
above celebrated CHEESK. for HHIU at
tue POLLOCK HOUSE.
Nov 15 _
YTOTICR -We have instructions from the
Xl Wando Mining and Manufacturing Com?
pany to turn over to F. W. MeMastor all notes
that aro not paid bv the 20th instant.
Nov 155- OO PE LAND A BSA RD KN.
ALOT of flue.J K WELBY, Ear-rings, Broast
pir?H, Plain Gold Rings, Gold and Silver
Parties will lind it to their interest to call
and examine the various articles.
Oct .10 G. DIKRCKR.
PAH LBS PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
(JUU ou hand and for sale low nt wholesale
Hld retail. J. A T. R. AGNKW.
"I pr YARDS heavy and medium
COTTON BAGGING, for
sale by _ _ E. HOPE.
North Carolina Butter.
i\f\ KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, on con
??\J hi? nine nt, and will be sold vory low to
close. Packaged averago from twenty to
thirty pounds each. GEO. 8YM MERS, q
r\ insoN'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VX Uve WHISKEYS "the purest and best in
market." Also, a full stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, o? all grades, always on hand
amt for sale by J. A T. IL AGNEW.
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
0/\rV BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
?UU part of Cl?nico Family Flour, "the
best in the irorltl;" also. Extra anil Super Flour,
al very lowest market price* far "ash, for sale
by J. A T. ll. AGNKW.
IOFFER for sale a DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE iu Columbia, on Plain ttreet.be
tween Bull and Bickens ; eight good rooms,
besides tour basement rooms. Ono of the
moat (IcHirable locations in thc city.
Also, "Tho Yan Patton Shoals," in Spartan
burg District ; 250 aerea of good Land, with
good Dwelling and Mill. This is perhaps the
most desirable water powc r in the State-on
Enoree River and within live miles of tho
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-lino Road. A
never-failing stream, and with seventy-live to
eighty feet fall, for manufacturing purposes,
thin place has no superior. Also, a valuable
LOT,on West fido Main street, between Blan
diug and Laurel, 52] feet front, ruuuing back
11(1 feet. Liberal terms will ho given.
Nov U t JAMES G. OIBBES, Columbia.
I7WK SALE-8CANTLING, at $15 per
_ thousand feet. Apply to
C. P. REMSEN.
Corner Washington and Assembly Streots.
Nov ll n*
DR. DARRY has removed his Private Office
to his residence, at tho head ot Univer?
sity Campus. His Public Oftico in t ho Medical
Booms is open as hitherto, from 1 P. M. to 5
P. M. _ Oct 20 mw!)
Ho for the Race!
-a?. THE subscriber respectfully
;nvi4g??Wj invites his friends and public in
ftg?Msy Wm general to call and sen lus stock
fe B M ??f home-made SADDLES and
t-??SMS6aeiiiARNESSES, which I can sell
twenty-five per cent, cheaper than any
Northern made goods, and will cliallongo any
merchant in tho South for $1,000 to compare
with me in homo-made work.
Nov 2 Hmo R. HANNAN. Main street.
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry,
VALUED at $1.000. 200 Chances, at $5
each. 25 Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES.
Fine Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINOS,
SI LYE R GOBLETS, Ac.
j Will come oft at my Saloon as soon as the
i Cilanco? are take??.
Oct HO O.DIERCKS.
Hagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for salo low, by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
City Currenoy will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
Nov ll HAPPY SOLOMON'S.
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
?' SALMON, No. 1,
100 boxes Soalod HERRINGS,*
Fulton Market Bc f,
Extra Sugar-onred Hams,
" " Bacon Stripe.
For ?alo by GEO. SYMMERB.
Call early and often._ Oct 21
t*f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
IDU dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
XJOO gt X ItO TT1 CS .
?.'Cterr M. "B^TL?B? Tjflpntcyyisro;--Aa
?r readers fire jawaro,1 Gpbet'al Butler,
pon corning to tho Strato ,F?ir, received
very* ec vero lujuries ; fro?? aa- unruly
horso which be wu3 driving. He nnd
bis brother, Captain Butler, were both !
injured. General Butler came ou to
Columbia. He has suffered a good deal,
but is now improving. Tho injury waa
in bia sound leg. He ia now at the
residence of our fellow-citizen, Dr. J.
W. Parker, where he will receive that
attention so eminently due to a gentle?
man whose record-military and civil
is so houorablo and bright. We leam
with plea Hire that Captain Butler is
also doing well. Ho reuniucd in Edge
PIICENIXIANA.-Tho price of single
copies of tho PllcESIX is five couts. If
carriers charge moro it. is simply a swiu
dle. They can be obtained at that price
at tho office.
Charleston Bivalves, in every style, ut
Silent deeds are better than unprofita?
Some sage says the mau who resorts
to wino to get bis wits, will some duy
resort to his wits to get bis wine.
Just received, at POLLOCK'S, fresh
Tho premium awarded to Mrs. M.
C ninon for "dried okra," was incorrect;
it waa intended for Mrs. S. C. McCam
mon, of this city.
The State Legislature meets on Tues?
day next, the 22d inst,, and not on Mon?
day, the 28th inst.
Tho Daily Union, a Republican argon,
made its appearance in Columbia, yester?
THE WORRELL SISTERS.-Tho Worrell
Sisters on their second appearance, last
night, at Nickorsou House Hall, were
greeted by a largo audience, whose plea?
sure and satisfaction at tho performances
throughout tho evening were manifested
by frequent applause. The Sisters are
supported by a full and talented compa?
ny, and, iu all respects, the performances
are of first class order, and really worth
seeing. Tho great Hernandez is a mas?
ter in his line, and with bia "Japs.," ?E
their eccentric and grotesquo perform?
ances, present one of the most attractive
features of the entertainment. This pari
of tho exhibition alone, coupled with thc
wonderful and perilous gymnastic feati
of tho Leon Brothers, ia well worth thc
price of admission. To-night will aflore
tho last opportunity during the present
aeason of witnessing the performance o
We noticed on Thursduy, at tho Fair
a Masonic jewel, of most excellent work
mansbip, which would do credit to an^
manufactory. -It was manufactured a
the establishment of Messrs. William G
Whilden & Co., of Charleston, by Mr
Joseph Bock, jo weller, and Mr. Wm
Fisher, ongraver. both of whom leuruec
their trade in that city. Tho jewel is tc
be presented by tho Grand Lodgo o
South Carolina to ll. W. Robert S
Bruns, Past Grand Secretary. Th>
brooch by which it is suspended consist
of two hands clasped, and ou the revers
sido tho name of the maker. On tin
garten, which is 2}.? inches in diameter
is the following: "Preseuted to R. W
Robert S. Bruns, Past Grand Secretary.
A scroll fills the centre, ou which is en
graved "Constitution of the Grand Lodg
of South Carolina." with two pens ii
silver crossed. On tho reverse side i
engraved, "By thc Most Worshipfu
Grand Lodge of South Carolina, Nov
17, A. L. 58G9." Tho centre ia fillet
with tho open Bible, square and com
pass, nnd on the open pago ia inscribei
the chapter commeucing, "How pleasan
it is for brethren to dwell together i:
unity." With the aid of a glass, th
cntiro chapter can bo road. Tho whol
being of fine gold, and valued at S100.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 15.
Nickerson Home-T. C. DeLeou, Ne
York; B. K. Wanning, A. Shaw, Md
Mrs. Evans and child, Augusta; Miss T
Mills, W. L. Mauldin, Greenville; J. '1
Johnston, Now York; M. M. Wolfe, C
L. Gruson, N. C.; Miss M. Warren, J
C. Guilford, Georgetown; J. C. Foatei
Lancaster; Mrs. Phifer, two children an
nurse, Newberry; J. P. Lindsey, Rev. 2
Douglass, Rev. J. 1J. Wilson, Miss 1
Moore, J. C. Tipping, ? orkvi He; J. I
Strykcr, Miunesotn; J. W. Ruoyau, A
P. Bass, Now York; L. F. Houston, ?
C. ; Mr. and Mrs. Haight, Stone .
Murray's Circus; J. M. Solkerk, Ga. ; I
Arnim, Edgefield; W. P. Shelden, Mai
tor Shelden, Norfolk; Wm. Whale}
Charleston; J. L. Deaton, Charlotte; I
D. Bush, Greenville; P. Johnston, Ga
L. M. Davis, Rock Hill.
Columbia Hotel.-G. E. Hoo, NewYorl
J. W. Spragao, Charleston; A. Cudwortl
H. C. Mazyck, So. Ex. Co.; H. S. Jobi
son, Sau Francisco; P. Duffie, Oharle
ton; ?. N. Batler, Edgefield; R. J. Join
eton, W. Johnston, Ga.; M. Rider, Ba
timoro; G. M. Kyalla and wife, Savai
nab; C. A. Fowler, Conn.; S. W. Chile
Miss Jennie Lake, Miss Sallie Lake, Mi>
Mumie Moore, Edgefield; W. A. Bradle;
W. J. Cresswell, Augusta.
airo to exprea? oqr ac^notftedrrmon.tQ to
Meagre. Bryna; * MoGajt?ap for a copy of
thir, volume. It is au liietori?ftl rqmrjnoe,
by the weH-jkiiown, ou thor o? tho VHejr
Of Redcliffe," and othes readable books.
Onr readers, who have read ;with interest
tho other works by the jame author,
will doubtless read this, which will be
found not less interesting.
LIST OP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '
Worrell Sisters-Lust Night.
Ilostotter's Stomach Bitters.
W. K. Bach man-Notice.
Aqnow & Co.-Horses, etc.
W. D. Love & Co.-Sewing Machines.
R. O'Neule & Son-Oranges.
Don't hawk, hawk, apit, Hpit, blow, b'.ow,
:ind disgust everybody with your Catarrh
and its offensive odor, win n Du. SAGE'S CA?
TARRH KK.MEHY will speedily destroy all odor
and ari nat tho discharge. Tho proprietor
offers $5(1.1 for a caMe he cannot cure. Sold by
i Druggist*, or by mail, sixty cents. Pamphlet
I free. Address Dr. lt. V. Picrco, Buffalo, N. Y.
fiN M Wi
i From Alex. N. Dougherty, M. D., lt?te ono
I of the Medical Directora U. S. A., Newark,
N. J.: "Having been made acquainted with
i tho composition of the preparation known as
I SOZODONT, I have for some time past permit
? ted its uso in my family, where it has glveu
cm ire satisfaction. It is au ulcganl toilet
j article, veil worthy of the encomiums it bas
"SP.VLIUSO'a PllEPARED GLUE." N 13
Younger by twouty years is tho appearnuce
of tho man of fifty, or tho lady of-never
mind how many summers-after he or she has
charmed away thu gray hairs with PnALon'^
VITALIA. Pleasant, clear and transparent.
Sold bv all druggists and fancv goods deal
era. " N 13 tS
Mn. L. II. HEINITHII-DEAU SUI : Thc bottle
of Quoen'a Delight which I purchased from
um has Riven mo entire satisfaction. I have
I boen a dyspeptic for many years, and never
' found relief from an attack, excopt by travel?
ing, change of climate1 and diet. No medicine
ever before has produced so good an effect.
After using that ouo bottle, I am almost en?
tirely relieved of pain. My bowels aro regu?
lar, Ac. I experience no nausea, as I did DO
forc taking tho Queen's Delight. I regard
this medicine ono of the most valuable. It is
pleasant and agreeable. I ahaP recommend
it. Yours, respectfully.
Oct '20 JAMKS F. DOWNEY.
"It's inky caris," said Mrs. Partington to
I ko, while reeding about the impending war
in Europe, "that tho Uollcrhorn creates auch
an ado in Yurrup, when it's Bich a common
il is case among the cattle in Amer ky." The
old lady, having delivered horself of tho
above, took a dose of LIITMAN'S GUEAT GEE?
MAS lirrrens to cheer her depressed epirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Bitters are for sale by all drug?
gists and dealers. Depot in Columbia, 8. C.,
at GEIGER A MOGREUOU'S, Druggists. 8 18
! Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House rn
I tho city of Columbia, offer for aale the
latest patented and best made 8TOVE8;
ithemost improved patterns and regu?
lar sizes or all kinds of TIN-WAUE, and
everything in thoBO particular lines, with
conlfdcnee of their merit.
GUTTEIUNG, HOOFING and all kinda of
job work done with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all its branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient pointa about your premises, we
will do your work at such prices as will enable
all to aiiord it.
Tho publie aro invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's building, four doors below Bryce's
corner. Aug 18 t
HEINITSH'S KINA CHILD C?IIE. New
remedy! New principle! No poisonl A
now discovery and a sovereign specific For
thc cure of "intermittent Fever, Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb A^un, Periodical
Headache or bilious Headache and Bilious
Fevers; aud all Diseases originating in
Biliary Derangement or Liver Disorder,
caused bv Impurity of blood aud Malaria of
Wo have used the Fina Chill (Juro, and pro?
nounce it a sure remedy, T. J. HARPER.
J. ?. SE EG EUS.
lt. B. LOVE.
Call and get a Circular, at
Oct 28 t HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
To Invalids-Beef, Extract Meat.
LIEBIG'S GENUINE EXTRACT OF MEAT
of perfect flavor and purity.
Persons suffering from weak digestion, in?
valids requiring strengthening diet, aged per?
sons, children, infants after ticing weaned,
aud ladies after confinement, will lind this ex?
tract, properly prepared, highly beneficial.
Delicious Soup made of it at 2 cents a pint.
Beef Tea at 3 couts a pint.
Gruel of Sago, Bice, Tapioca, at little co.it.
.Just received, another lot of Sea Moss Fa?
Pungent Mustard, f?r the table,
Pure Ground Black Pepper. For sale at
Oct 28 i HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
? Desirable Store to Rent.
THE STOHE ROOM, now occupied by
Messrs. L?rick A Lowrance as a hardware
und grocery establishment, is now odored for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situated
on Main street in tho midst of business, oppo?
site the PlliKMX ellice. Inquiro of
E. ll. HEINIT8H,
Od 2."> At tho Drug Storo.
In all Ita ?ra.nc-1. cs.
LADIES will plear.o call and
loxandne before purchasing elao
1 where Also. HAIR JEWELRY.
FANCY GOODS, <fcc, at
MRS. C. E. REED'S.
Oct "Olm _Main Street.
t1.VRIiOi.lC Disoufecting SOAP, Carbolic
,' Medicated Soap, for allaying irritation.-*
of the akin, "..ohing ?ores, wounds and cuta?
neous ? ruptions, itching humors among chil?
dren, diseases of the skin, Ac, for salo at
Oct 71 H EIN ITS H'S Drug Stnrn.
bea Moss barina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
Moss, highly nutrieioua, and of exquisite
flavor. A desirable article, and staple addi
tiou to tho household bill of faro.
For salo at HEINITSH'S
Hopf 22+ _ _ Drug Store.
MRS. M. Wt STRATTON, Proprietress.
TRA XSIEXT HO A RD, ?.00 PER DA Y.
Oct 15 __V^2^
100 acres choice LAND-50 acres eic ar -
'ed-situated threo mile? from Hopkins'
^Turn-Oat; thirteen miles from Colum?
bia, and throo-quartero of a mile from tho
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
For terms, apply at thia oftlce. Oct 81 lm