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"Let our Just Censure
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. 8. C.. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7. 1871.
Attav.?! the Trna Event."
VOL. VI-NO. 249.
A NKQBO'? REA H ON FOB VOTING THE
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.-Yesterday I heard
an old negro explaining to a few of II?B
color his reasons for having voted the
Democratic ticket. Said he, os ho mude
fierce gestures with hin weather-beaten
hand, "Yes, yon'ro right; I did vote the
Democratic ticket. Its tho first time
I ever did, aud unices they run this here
Gov'ment better than thc radicals have,
it will bo the last time. I propose to try
'em. "Why is ti mea hard, and v?hy ain't
thar no money in the country? Tho
radicals are playing smash with every?
thing. I commenced for to voto tho
radical ticket over two years ogo, nnd
ever sinco that time money has been
getting scarcer and scarcer, and now I
don't Bee a $10 bill once a month. I
hain't got cents now* where I used to
have dollars when I commenced for to
rote tho radical ticket. We must have a
change in this hero business, or we'll all
go up, white and black alike. Talk
about tho radicals being friends to tho
colored men! Any mau with hal? of one
eye oan seo that they ain't friends to
anybody but themselves. They're arter
tho office which draws them big pay and
takes all tho money ont of tho couutiy,
and makes cotton go down so that a
darkey can't oarn enongh in a year to
buy a hoe-cake for Christmas. That's
v?hat they do. Who lent mo a mulo last
summer to finish my crop, when mino
had broken his leg trying to get over the
fence? Was it a radical? No; they'd
have seed my crop go to weeds afore
they'd have did it. Fact is, mighty few
of them have got any mules to lend. It
waB a Democrat who came to me and
says, 'Joe, you've had bad luck; you
will lose all your work nnless you can
get a nag to finish your crop. Go to my
stable and get that old mule that's blind
in one eye, and pay mo what's right for
hor when tho crop is made.' I paid him
np like a man. When I was sick lust
summer, and didn't have a bite in the
house to eat, who brought me the hunk
of bacon? It waa this 'ere same Demo?
crat, and now when he wants my vote ho
can get it. A man who Bticks up to me,
I'll stick up to him all tho time," and, so
saying, tho ancient negro walked off,
leaving his little circle of listeners to
comment upon his speech and digest his
wisdom. One said thuthohad been bought
np; that a man who would sell ont for a
hunk of bacon wasn't any account.
Another thought h's head was lovel, and
another said something in a vnguo way
about fools. It seemed to be his opi?
nion that they were not all dead yet.
Dalton (Ga.) Letter in Cincinnati Com?
The New York papers contain details
of a singular and horrible suicido iu the
Northern Hotel, on Tuesday night. 'Ibo
victim, a Scotchman named Nichols, had
been stopping there some six months,
invariably paying his lodging bill each
day iu advance. He shot himself iu the
head, with an old-fashioned holster
pistol, crammed full of powder and
bullets, nnd left notes indicating that de?
spair, from loug-coutinued illness,
prompted the deed.
The Advent Herald sara that Rev. Mr.
Adams, of Holyoke, Massachusetts, rc
coutly immersed forty-four persons in
twenty-two minutes, and that Elder
Pike, of Newburyport, once immersed
ninety-seven persons in less than sixty
five minutes. It thinks the Apostles
could have easily immersed the 3,0110
converts on the day of Pentecost.
Papers throughout the Eastern Stales
aro complaining of the drouth, and the
Norwich Advertiser explains that thc
difference between last winter aud this,
is, that there was plenty of water then,
but no cold weather to freeze it, and now
there is plenty of cold weather, but no
water for it to freeze.
The vintage on the Rhine for 1870 is a
failure. German superstition avers that
every year written with a cypher at the
end is a fatal one for the vintage. The
wine of I860 was anathematized under
the epithet of "Garibaldi," and that of
1870 will ponbtles3 be cursed in the name
Ashley, the impeacher, bas gone to
lecturing ou his "recollections of men
aud measures during his service in Con?
gress." Ec ought, by all means, to give
a full account of his efforts, in suborn?
ing witnesses to convict President John
Carl Auschutz, tho well-known musi?
cian, died in New York on Friday.
"For the last dozen years," says the
Evening Post, "Mr. Au9chutz has been
prominent in this city ns an orchestral
A mail's crime will find him ont, is a
maxim strangely illustrated in tho in?
stance of tho killing of ono Murphy, iu
Sau Francisco, by the brother of a wo?
man whom he had seduced fifteen years
A Detroit paper accounts for the in?
temperance of u prominent Senator by
the fuel that ho "was brought np on the
Tho foot of the negro is called u planti?
grade foot, because tho whole side is flat
ii pun til? earth. The foot of the bear is
A weather signal station has been es?
tablished ut. Charleston.
New .Livery Stable.
_ would announce to tho
citizens of Columbia,
that thov have ju-t
opened a LIVERY SJ AULE,.to be kepi tem?
porarily at Stable ni Mr. I.oo.i.v. and Unit
thov will i?o pleased to accommodate the pub?
lic with lino HOUSES, CARttlAOliM. RUO
Q IES, .tc. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. BOVCK,
C. H. PKTTKNOII.I,. Dec 10
OYSTERS! OYSTERS !
1AM Kelling the best NORFOLK OYSTERS
offered in ibis market, and got them frenh
every day from Norfolk.
I have aldo reduced tho prico to $1.75 per
gallon, and smaller quantities in proportion.
Families can hutu I he lu delivered al their ro
?idencoa, by leaving their orders at tho Ic
Ho iso JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Nov 28 2mo
?THE UUIDAL CIIAMBiCU."-Essays
for Young' Mon, on great SOCIAL EVILB and
ABUSES, which interioro with MAURIAC;*:
wi ttl euro moans of relief for tho Erring and
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Hont
freo of charge, in sealed envelopes. Address,
HOWAKD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 8. Ninth St.,
Philadelphia. Pa _ Nov5 3mo_
The most lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in thc Bath. For sale
by ali Druggists and Per?
WE HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED
Mr. JOHN C. SEEGERS tho solo Agent for
the sale of our WHISKIES in Columbia, S. C.
JOHN GIBSON'S SON & CO.
PHILADELPHIA. November 1!). 1870. Dec 1
NO nc E.-Thc undersigned have formed a
Co-partnership, and will bo known as
E. \V. S EI?ELS & CO. Thcv represent some
Df tho best EIRE and LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANIES in thc United StatcB.
Wo propoao to bc general Land Agents, and
?viii sell or purchase Real Estate) anywhere in
?louth Carolina, especially in Colombia. Wu
will prosecute claims beforo the Legislature,
and tho renewal of lost bonds or other papers.
Persons wishing to sell or buy Heal Esl ato
will do woll to communicate with us at Colum?
bia. Wo havo Boveral handsome places for
Bale. Onice at Mike Hoke'sClothing Store.
E. W. SKI EELS.
Dec 2 J. 15 EZEL,L^
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
CAROLINA NATIONAL RANK.
OK COLVMDIA, S. C., December 21, 1870.
11 [IE nuuual meoting of tho Stockholders of
. tho Carolina National Bank, of Columbia,
S, C , will bc held at its banking hnnsc, on the
SECOND TUESDAY of January next, being
I he 10th proximo, at 12 o'clock M.
Dec 22 trim? W H GU LICK. Cashier.
MONTEITH & FIELDING-,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
COLUMBIA, s e.
TTTIi.T. five strict attention to sale of To?
ll'? baecn and Country Produce. Di c 17
THE CI fIZENS' SAYINGS BANK would
call the attention of tho public lo tho fact
that th. y are transacting a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS, and extend tho muai accom?
modations lo business men and others, who
favor them with their accounts.
Oct 23_ A. G. BBENIZER, Cashier. _
A Desirable Store to Rent.
11HE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
. Messrs. L?rick Sc Lowrance as a hardwaro
mid grocery establishment, is now offered for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situated
DU Main street in tho midst of business, oppo?
site the PIIONIX office. Inquire nf
Oct 25 E. H. HEINITSH, at Drug Store.
City Currency will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
NOT ll _ HARDYSOLOMON'S.
5CASES GOLDEN EAGLE,
5 cases BED CROSS,
1 cask Catawba WINE.
These wines aro mad? of the Seedling
GrapeH. and are very delicious
Dec 7 JOHN C. SE EG EB S.
RAMSAY'S Islav Malt Scotch Whiskey, 8ir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Ot ard,
Dupuy, Cognac Brandy. Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-Bide Madeira Wino, London
Dock Port Wine, Hibbert's Loudon Porter,
McEweu's Scotch Ale. The above direct from
tb? importers and warranted pure.
For s al o hy ED W \ BD HOPE.
Ho for the Race!
?gk- THE subscriber respect fully
--JMTI? invites his friends and public in
*nP""g \g general to call and see his stock
f\_. ~TL-_.n "r home-made SADDLES und
aaBMBMMl ? A BNESSES, which I can sell
t wenty-live per cent, cht aper than any
Northern made goods, and will challenge any
merchant in the South for il,OOo to compare
with mo in home-made work.
Nov fi :hno R. II ANNAN, Main street.
Choice Wines, Se itch Whiskey, Bye Whiskies,
California Champagne, Ot ard brandy, Jamai?
ca Hum, Mollumi tim, Ar?., for salo at low
ligures hy J. ft T lt. AON KW.
Harns. Saussago. &c.
-i /"\/'\ CHOICE NEW YORK SUGAE
l\ /V/ CUR I'D HAMS.
loo pounds BOLOGNA ?AUSSAGE.
I,cd) pounds SUGAR CURED BACON
STRIPS. .Just received and for sale hy
Janl J. ft T. lt. AGNEW.
DOZ. FRESH EGGS, for sale by
I), c 21 E. HOPE.
OK BBLB, dioico Tablo POTATOES, for
AO salo low. EDWABI) HOPE.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties?
APULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for salo low. by J. &, T. R. AGNEW.
Epicures, cali at 1'OLLOCK'B.
BIT ONCE 4 YEAR.
LET CS DO ALL TBE GOOD WE CAS
The Festive Season.
We propose to do our part, Ly giving our |
friends Olid customers an opportunity nf!
selecting from our
(To which wo aro making addition* almost
daily,) at a considerable reduction frem rul?
Parties withing to GIVE PRE8ENTS, can?
not make a better investment of their money
than by buying
A CARPET.. A RUO, A SILK DRESS,
A SET OF FURS, A CLOAK, A
SHAWL, A DOZEN HANDKER?
CHIEFS, A DOZEN STOCK I NOS,
A SUIT OF BROAD CLOTH, OR
CASSIMERE, or any arline they may
Thc above named goods, or any part or por?
tion of our stock, we offer during tho Holidays
al RU much below tho irgnlar price.-*, as will
induce bnyi rs to purchase freely from us.
Wc have several counters filled with SPE?
CIAL BARGAINS, to which wo c?ll particular
Several novcltios in CLOAKS and SHAWLS
J. H. & H. JJ. KIN ARD.
?nmk MISS M. A. BUIE will resume
?^?LUBMbptlio dillie* of hor SCHOOL on
MONDAY next, January 2, 1871.
jflP"*?? School-room on corner Marion and
<??3^ Plain nt reel?. Dcc'iS
TfTF. undersigned will oncn
SCHOOL for Boys, al tho Brick
Chapel, on Bull etreet, between
Biehlaud and Laurel streets, on
TUEf%DAY, January 10. Bates of Tuition per
month, in tho Classical Department, $7.00;
English, $5 50; Priniarv, $4 00-payablo Btrict.
ly in advance. ' C. H. BAUN WELL.
BEFKKENCES.-Hon. B. W. Barnwell and Dr.
John T. Darby, Professors in tho South Caro?
lina University; Col. F. W. McMaeter, Attor?
ney at Law; Col. L. D. Childe, Preaident Na
tiuntl Bank. Dec 28
A COMPLETE aBBortment of two
and four jeat Pasaonger CARRI?
AGES has just been received at tho Reposito?
ry, cornor Lady and Assembly Btrcota. Tho
latest and moat stylish patterns havo been
selected with caro, from eomo of tho beet
builders in tho country; and tho stock never j
has beon surpassed in design or finish by any
offered hero. Prices moderato.
Doc 10 _ W. K. GREENFIELD,
Special Notice No. 2.
THE Entire Stock of CLOTHING, GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, Cara, VAJ.ISEB,
CAUPET-BAOS, SHAWLS, ROUES, ETC., with a full
lino of Water-Proof CIRCULARS, CAPES,
OVER-COATSILEGGINS, AND CAPS, will be
Bold from THIS DAY, AT COST FOR CASH.
Thc Stock muBt bo sold to close up tho busi?
ness. All wishing great bargains, will Oud it
to their advantage to call at tho Store of the
late W. J. Hoke. M. HOKE.
The undersigned, de?
sirous of devoting him?
self entirely to the
offers for sale his entire
stock of DE7 GOODS,
SHOES, etc., at and
One door South. Phoenix Office.
*S"City Money I ak on at par.-ffO Nov 8
All tho above at retail, for 25 cents per eau.
Also. Condensed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, Lima
Beana. Pine Apple, Sardines, Pickles, Catsnps,
Lc. For salo at verv lowost prices, bv
Dec 15 _J.j*. T. lt. AGNEW.
Fresh Country Butter.
LUS. COUNTRY BUTTER, for sale
Liquors and Cigars.
BRANDIES.- BRANDENBURG FRERES,
1835. James Hennessy, 1859 and 1805.
Pinot Caatillou, 1860.
WINEH.-Moet ?c Chandon'* CHAMPAGNES.
These atl branda, being solo agent in South
Carolina, and tho Wines second to none.
SuEituiEH.-All ?rades, from common to the
HOCK, WHITE AND CLAUET WINKS.-Hock
hei'iier, Laudeeheimer, H't Santernes, Latour
Blanch. St. Julien, La Rose, Nierstener, Mar
cobrium, H't Batsac, Chateau Santernes,
Pontet Bauet, Margaux, Orand Vin Chateaux,
Lalitto and Latour, Vintage 1858.
FINI: WHISKIES, ?to.-Thean are selected with
great care, and compriac tho lint at known
branda, whilst the stock of rectified gooda,
domestic (JINS, RUM, Ac., are offen d at lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY -Real PEAT REEK, ia of
my own importation, vt ry superior.
ClOAUH -LIVE INDIAN, Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and ot her brands arc offered, choice
in quality and moderate in price.
SMOKING TOBACCO In variety, and spe?
cially selected willi regard to quality; and, a
word in your eur, Ibu beat iaalwavs HiecllvMp*
est,"r.i whatevt r one cats, drinks or amok CH.
Dee IK GEORGE BYMMKRW.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
1 INFORM inj friends und
publie in jetterai thai 1 ?.ave
jua! received uh entire new
? .toe!; of Doitvle ard Sic-?le Bar?
rel (il NS, ItEl'KATH ItS, l-hnk*. 1'.Ins,
Pistol-licita, Capa, Bu :k-: h'd. Cartridge*.
Cartridges Sur ali Lintia of Pial d.-, l ouder
and Sh- I.
REPAIRING done r.t short not ?co.
Oct? P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
K.UKlt V'S CNIVICKSAL.
Cotton Gins nud Condensers.
rp ll EHE G i NS, so w. ll known throughout
JL tho South, need no comment. In style ol
workmanship, and for eiiicii ney of ivoik,
their turn ont, with the same amount of
power, is unequaled, li. TOZER, Anent,
August 2 C doini.ia. s. C.
Q ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
0.\J\ Jv/ tm lh<! Cdisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-(12.000.
1 House in this city, $f>,0!;0.
IIOI'SK md thirteen acres LAND, near tho
eily-$3 000. Apply to JOHN BA USU KIT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estafo Agent.
Sept 25 " Iv
rj^ORM and defaced* GREENBACKS, NA
JL TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small die
count at THE CITIZEN'S' SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier
ABTSA FIRE l.\Sl!RAXCE CO.,
Capital $3,000,000--Asset3 $6,000,000
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent,
Colombia, H. C.
JSalablMied in Columbia, S. C.. A. I). 1310.
Incorporated A. I). 1819.
THE WEALTHIEST FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY in America. Tbo moat suc?
cessful Firo Insurance Company in America.
A prompt and liberal adjustment a specialty.
Protect yourself against loss, by at once in?
suring in tho "iE IN A." Tho best proteotion
against FI UK is a policy in tho "-ETNA." lu?
mire to-day, Finas will como whon least ex?
pected. Strength and reliability-$0,000,000
not surpassed. Don't delay to take a policy;
to-morrow, fire may ruin you. All claims for
losses promptly adjusted and paid at this
Agency. Otu. HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
Ofiico in rear of Mosers. Duflie ?fc Chapman's
Bookstore, Maiu street, Columbia, S. C.
Jan 4 3mo
At Heinitsh's Drug Store
YOU CAN OIJTAIN
The Best Articles
AT LOWEST PRICES.
IIEBIG'S EX TB ACT OF MEAT.
J English Mustard, of warranted purity,
flavoring Extracts, all concentrated and of
Spices of every kind, pure.
Gronnd Spices, pure.
BusHia Shred Isinglass. Coxc's Gelatine.
Sea Moss Farina. Puro Arrow Root.
Salad Oil, for dressings aud table uso.
Celery Seed, for Ibivoiing.
Puro Extract of Vanilla Beans.
Puro Extract of Lemon, from the fruit.
Fresh Vanilla Beauts.
Triplo Distilled Hose Waler. ,
Pure Extract Calves Feet Jelly.
Food for Infants.
Broma, Cocoa, Corn Starch.
Baking Powders, of superior purity and ex?
cellence, and at less prico titan any other in
tho market. .E. IL HEINTTSH,
Dec 18 Druggist.
Heise'a Dining Saloon,
IN rear of tho Confectionery, is fitted up
with everything pertaining to a first class
establishment. Norfolk OYSTERS, FISH
and GAME of all kinds during thc reason.
N O It T II CAROLINA
CLASS Ji-STXOLK NUMBER SCHEME.
TO be drawn in the Theatre, at Wilmington,
N. C., Monday, January IG, 1H71. E. J.
Emens, Manager. 10,000 Numbers put in the
Wheel -lld t'rizca drawn.
Capital Prize, $5.000 !
WHA T THE CITY PRESS SA Y.
PmzK DB A WI NO.- Quite a crowd assembled
at tho Theatre, yesterday noon, to witness thc
Grand Drawing of the North Carolina Bene?
ficial Association. 'J hero were 100 prize* in
all, and little rolls of paper separating tttete
were placed in a wheel on ono side, while the
tickets were in another wheel opposite to the
former. Between the two was a table, at
which sat the Judges and Mr. John London,
Commissioner. The wheels were madu with
glass aides, so that everything within them
could bo seen, and w? re securely lockod, until
tho drawing began. This was done hy means
of two little boys, who were securely blind?
folded, une drawing a number from ono of the
wheels and the other the prize to correspond
with it. There is no question but that thc
drawing waa done in a perfectly fair and just
manner.- Wilmington haily Journal, Rec. 2
THE GRAND DUAWINO YESTERDAY. - Tho
grand single number distribution ol' tho North
Carolina Beneficial Assoeiation, which took
place at the Theatre yesterday, at 1 o'clock,
was tho all-absorbing theme duting 1 be day.
Tho drawing took pince in public, a commit?
tee having been selected from the andienco
to act with the Commissioner in keeping au
account ot' the same, and to see that it was
conducted fai.ly. Quite a respectable crowd
was present to witness me drawing. Tho fol?
lowing numbers drew the-principal prizes:
No. 3310, ia.OHO; No. 0005, $2.500; No. 5770,
$2.500: No. 2312, $2,( 00: No. 1H7, $2.000; No.
4412. $1 000; No. 1 ISO, $500. Tho Certificate
No. 1107 was Hold tn a citizen of Wilmington,
N. C.- IIVtM?ngfofi Morning Slur, Inc 2.
IN Tins seni-MK,
I IO PItl7.ES WILL BK DH AU Ni
Two Prizes . .$2 501; each
TAO " . 2 000 "
Two " . 1.0(10
Two ?* . 50U '.
T-n . 2.1Q "
Nine ". 2O0 '.
Fifteen " . 100 .'
F tty-six " . 50 1
Eleven '. . 2? "
Whole Ticket?, $5 00; llulvts, Si..*"?(';
fifySernl money by Post Office th der or
For information and orders, adlinga
W. ll. GEREES, General Agent.
IV O. Box Ri).
Principal Oflico, ll S< corni ?drei t.
JoliN LONDON, Commissioner.
In e 13 Imo
"\ A"AGIC POWDER for el-aning Oold, Silver,
LV1 Ac, len ei nts per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning lira?.', Silver, (?old..Ve.,
len rent? per naper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, ?c.
Sept 2 J . A T. it. AON HW.
GllBSON'.s OLD FAMILY NEC I OU ?nd
f Rye WHISKEYS "the purest ami hem ii,
market " Also, a full stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, ol all grade, a'wua en hand
ann for salo by J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
. >/\i\ CHOICE New York Sugar-Cured
100 choice New York Sugar-Cured SHOUL?
DERS. Just received and tor sale, at reduced
prices, by J. \ T. It. AO NEW.
BUY AN .V MoCARTER Jiavc just opened a
new stock cf HOLIDAY til IT HOOKS
from London amt Nt w York.
KOBI: wot id, Walnut ?mi Mahogauy WBITINO
DESKS, POI tfwhos, t'oiSei 1. gk?. Caril Canea,
Pocket Knives. C..I,! ?Vita, Letter Folders,
Ft ney Inkstands, Work Boxea; Ladies' Com?
panions, PltoTOOHAi'ii ALBUMS, Writing Al?
bums, Storeyseopei! ., :? ] Vit-wa. Chess Men,
Backgammon i'.ox.'*. Cioqtt?t Boxes, of aB
Tlio Bril ?ali and American Poets, Prckct and
Family HUILES, Hooks of COMMON PRAYER, all
si/, ts and styles ot binding; HYMN HOOKS, for
di lb rent Churches.
Somo elegant Cu HOMOS and PICTURE*, in
i r-.ni' "_Dcc20
NOW opening and showing, the largest and
moht elegant assortment of Fronch and
English FANCY OOOD-i ever brought to thiw
market, selected especially for tho Holidays.
Elegant Perfumery. Colognes and Extracts,
New and superior Toilet Soaps,
Perfumo Boxes, Toilet Boxes,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
German, French and English Toilet Waters,
Atkinson's Extract White Bosos,
Lubiu's Perfumes, Extracts, Sp.chct,
Bow's new Pcriumos and Extracts,
Coudray's Fashionable Cologne,
Coudray'a Lavender Water,
Gorman Farina Cologne,
Superior Hay Bum,
A largo and Ano assortment of Hair Bulli?
es, Tooth BrusliCB,
English and French Dressing Combs,
Ivory Fino-tooth CombB,
Elegant Pomado for tbo Hair,
Eau Lustral, Circassian Lustro,
Cloth Brushos, Turkish Rubber,
Turkish Towola, Tooth Picks,
Elegant Soaps, tho largest assortment hi
A beautiful solection of Fancy Perfunv
Sachets. For salo by
Dec 18 E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
BOOT, SHOE, HAT AND TRUNK
HAS now opened and JjjflJj^J^^v
ready for inspection tho jHifvorifi
largest and most aeleet^tcL," | j "V
stock of GOODS, in its line, ever
offered in this market. This stock ban been
selected with great care from the best manu?
facturers in Hosten, New York, Philadelphia
and other noted Shoo markets. Persons visi?
ting our city during our approaching Fair,
will find it greatly to their advantago to call
nt the Sign of tho BIG BOOT and HAT, one
door North of tho Columbia Hotel. Every
article sold in this House is warranted as re?
presented. In point of, btylo, quality and
price we cannot be surpassed.
_Oct 30 A. SMYTHE.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IS CONSEQUENCE OF IDE
FALL OF OOLD!
IMMENSE stock of WATCHES, CLOCK8
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE; tho largest stock In tho State; SELL?
ING AT LOW FIGURES.
lu consequence of tho low pricea of Gold,
the subscriber has concluded to sell his stock
accordingly, and would call tho attention of
tho visitors to the Fair to call and examino
before purchasing elsewhere, as it is a duty
you tove to yourselves.
All bo asks is a fair ti ?al. Call and be con?
We also have on hand a fine stock of CUT?
LERY, both for pocket and table uso, with a
largo assortment of SPORTING IMPLE?
Give mo a call and examine ray slock.
Agent for FLO lt EN CE SEWING MACHINE.
Nov 8 Under Columbia Hotel.
Grand Toy Emporium.
Alain Street, Columbia, it. C..
WHERE is offered tho largest and
ibest selected snick of TOYS over
(brought to this market Deniers and
others can bc accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can be suited
from this varied collection.
CANDIES of Pine Sugar manufactured
CAKES AND PIES.
A flue assortment ol CANNED t.OoDS juet
receiving from the best manufactories.
Fresh DATES, New Crop lt ?.IS1NS. CITRON
and CU M RANTS. ALMONDS, and a full lino
of ASSORTED NUTS;
London HlSCUilT and Prince Albert
CRACKERS, (imported ai tieles,) pine and of
great benefit to the sick and conva?esont.
JELLIES of puru finit manufactured and
sold at reasonable pi ieee.
Oct2f. JOHN MCKENZIE.
Phi tn Sli et t, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re?
living from thc nianufic
mi ici-nf N'-w York, Rc-titon.
Cincinnati and Louisville.the
largest assortment of EUR
MTURE ever kept in this market, cousistiug
in p oi ol Walnut Parlor, Chandu r ?.nd Din
ing-Room Suit*; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, ii: Walnut and Imitation; abo, tho
CC-tebiated Georgia Split-taillom Chi.irs.
Al! kinds ot MATTH I fc'SES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done ar
shortest notice; and in thc best manlier.
Term* cudi mid flood.- cheap. Oe* SO
??j?*??j!*P i'HE undesigned would in
iii?Sa?5i b>i ?ii hid fi ie-ml and patl ons
11 ' ~lTJy t! x> In-id prepared to ixccuti
ttcientitleallv niel s:itisfiictorily all operations
and work ol whatsoever hird his profession
demanda. Tern :> accoti modating.
Gillen .iver Siesos. Por ti r A Co.s Dry Good?
Store, on M lin sttcet, Columbia, S. C.
Ofllce bonis hom ?) a. tn. to 1 p. m., and
from '2 lo i p. m.
Nov -j.i D. L. BOOZER, I). D. S.
Fertilizers and Manures.
rpo PLANTERS AND FAHMEIIS-A genc
JL ral agency is established in Columbia
for reliable and of acknowledged value, FER
JH.IZEP.S and FERTILIZING MATERIAL.
I ?-?Ver the celebrated Stonewall Fertilizer.
The mat-t i ti ia of Southern product-mado
ut Richmond, Va. English Dissolved Bones
i m pori eil direct to Charleston. Bono Dust
and Ground HOIK S, Shell Limo, Land Planter.
Ph ni nt?, or Stable Manum concentrated. Call
and seo samples at mv Drug Storo.
Nov 21 } E. H. HEINITSH. Druggist.
Chewing Tobacco-JnBt Received.
AFINE lot of tho boBt Pan-cake and Fig
Clo wini: TOBACCO.
Nov 3 J9?N Oj SEEGER8.
K?/~t OOO," "BKTTEa,'' ?nKSTV?_.Now
VJT brands Smoking Tobacco, to be ob?
tained at tho POLLOCK HOUSE.