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JOLttMBIA. S O.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1 1871 VOL. VI-NO. 270.
i. LuBiclIc A?ylntti. - .' ' -
Wo referred, Bays the Charleston Cou?
rier, to the fact a few days ago that Dr.
Bobert Iiebby had ptad thia public in- !
Gtitution a visit in behalf of the City
Council, to ascertain its condition. The
following is his official report to Council:
CHABIIESTON, January 24, 1871.
Hon. Gilbert Pillsbury, Mayor.
Sra: In pursuance toyonr in Ht ru et i on 3,
I baye the honor to report that I pre?
sented to Mr. Parker, Treasurer of the
State of South Carolina, tho accounts of
the city for ?bo caro and support of the
transient sick and disabled poor at tho
Hospital, Alms House, nod Old Folks'
Home; and wns informed thut tho State
appropriation was nearly expended,
there being a balance unexpended of a
little over $3,000 in tho Treasury, which
was required for small expenditures for
this purpose. The accounts aro here?
with returned to your Honor to await
further appropriation on this bond by
tho General Assembly now in session.
Lunatic Asylum was closely and tho?
roughly inspected, through the polite?
ness and invitation of tho Superinten?
dent, Dr. J. F. Ensor, accompanied by
his assistant, Dr. Sloan. It is with much
pleasure that I can report to your Honor,
and onr fellow-citizens who aro interest?
ed in this institution, tho general excel?
lent condition and apparent comfort that I
is manifested throughout every dopart
mont of the institution. Its disciplino
is parental, firm and humane, which con?
clusion is arrived at, from tho freedom
yet respectful intercourse evinced by the
pationts, both malo and female, white
and colored, on mooting tho Superinten?
dent and his assistant, a fact in itself
which is conclusivo of their daily inter?
course with the unfortunate inmates.
The building is sudly deficient in proper
furniture, oto., for a Stato institution,
fostered and supported by the State. It
is far behind tho enlightened ago of pro?
gress. And it is now very apparent to
my mind least in comparison lo the in?
sane institutions of other States, most of
which I have visited. Tho old wood
bedsteads, and other furniture, should
bo immediately replaced by the modern
iron furnitures since introduced in simi?
lar institutions. Tho whole institution
is not sufficiently warmed iu winter as it
should be, and cunnot bo under tho pre?
sent arrangements. Steam or furnace
below, connected with tubes ruuniug
through every room and corridor, with
sliding valve regulators, should be sub?
stituted immediately for the present ar?
rangement, being moro conducive to
health, and certainly less dangerous to
The colored division of the building
is a reproach to the Stato. They aro all
of wood, liable to fire, and, in severe
cold weather, almost impossible to be
made comfortable without great danger
of conflagration. Dr. Ensor hus substi?
tuted for the open fires, formerly used,
the olose coal stovesurrounded by iron
railing, bnt even these, during the
severe season, are not sufficient for the
comfort of this class of patients, who
are peculiarly susceptible of cold. In
every other respect I could uot perceive
that there was any difference of treat?
ment between tho white and colored.
Theso buildings should be immediately
removed, and replaced by the contem?
plated wing to the main building, as rc
& commended by tho Superintendent.
TtThiBaddition would afford ample, com
imodious and very comfortable accommo?
dation for all tho inmates of both races,
auld certainly would bo a great improve?
ment to the institution.
Tho library is a poor apology for an
insane institution. The books are all of
old editions, not of that character that
would amuse the class of readers for
whom they were intended, and when
compared with the libraries of similar
institutions that I have seen, I could not
but think if they were burnt and tho
Legislature would only replace them
with more modern works, such as
Harpers, Leslie and others like our own
Simms* works, the people would not
complain of their lavish expenditure of
public funds. Again, there is a snd de?
ficiency of musical instruments in this
Asylum. It is an acknowledged axiom,
among the best and most experienc d
writers on the treatment of lunatics, that
music possesses a charm for the unfortu?
nate inmate that in many instances has
produced a cure. Every well furnished
Asylum is liberally supplied with musical
instruments. I am sorry to say that tho
State Asylum is not. I beg leave to in?
form your Honor that all tho recent
causes of complaint, which has so lately
exercised tho public mind, have been re?
moved, and the institution has boen
plaoed by bis Excellency tba Governor
nnd Regents, under tho caro and con?
trol of such agents as to insure the im?
probability of a recurrence of such re?
ports as ure likely to disturb tho public
The number of patients in the insti?
tution on tho commencement of this
fiscal year were 2-14; 112 males-87 whites
and 25 colored; and 132 females-IOU
whites and 23 colored. Of thia number
chargeable and supported by the city at
the commencement of this fiscal year
Admitted during the year 1870_ 9 53
Discharged cured. 3
Removed to tho City Hospital_ G
Died-two whites.. 2 -11
Remaining to the charge of the city
on 31st December, 1870. 42
At an annual cost ?if $160, within a
fraction, each. Several of tho city pa?
tieuts are convalescing very rapidly, and
it is very likely, in a short time, may be
discharged. I feel very certain, from
the many improvements to this institu?
tion, recommended by its present nccom
riished Superintendent, based upon the
jxporience of bis ablo predecessors, tho
inerable Drs. Trezovnnt and Parker, ai d
ls intelligent convictions, as brought
jjfore tho Legislature, in his annual re?
port to tho Governor, if consummated,
pie Lunatic Asylum will be an ornament
to tho Stute, and n blessed retreat to this
unfortunate clnss of our people, "whom ,
God in his wisdom lins smitten with tue j
sickness of tho soul." As it is at pro-,
sent, Dr. Wilkins, Commissioner of In?
sanity for tho Stato of California, nnd j
who is now making a tour of tho United
States and Europe, in quest of informa- j
tiou touching thc subject of iusanity and j
institutions for tho insane, informed the i
Superintendent, while ona recent visit j
to Columbia, that the Statu Asylum is j
tho furthest behind tho ugo of nil tho
hospitals for tho insane that he has visit?
ed in this country, with one exception
only. This should not bo so. This stig?
ma on tho Stato of South Carolina ought
at onco to bo removed by tho General
Assembly now in session. Thc unfortu?
nate insano pleads for a change, and suf?
fering humanity for n shara of tho pub?
lic treasure, for its immediate relief and
comfort. Respectfully submitted,
ROBERT L.?BBY, M. D.,
Supervisor Health Department.
HJjmjMMI ll ? - Hil l
EXUIIKKANT UEATJTII is a blessing vouch?
safed to few. Even those who have been fa
vorod by nature with strong constitutione and
vigorous frames aro apt to neglect the pre?
cautions necessary to preserve ihcsc precious
endowments. Indeed, as a rule, tho moro
healthy and robust a man in, tho more liber?
ties he is inclined to talco with his own phy?
sique, lt is some consolation to the natural?
ly weak and feeble to know that they can bc
so invigorated and built np, by a proper nae
of tho means which science has placed at
their disposal, as to have a much better chance
of long life, and exempt ions from disease and
pain, than the most athletic of their fellows
who are foolish enough to suppose themselves
invulnerable, and net accordingly.
It is not too much to say that more than
halt the people of the civilized world need an
occasional tonic, to enable them to support
the st rain upon their bodies and minds which
tho fast lifo'of III?H restless age occasions,
In fact, a pure, wholesome unexciting tonic
is the grand desiderat um of the buoy null.ons,
and they have tho article in Hostetter's Sto
mach Hitters, lt is a stamin il medicine, t. c.,
it imparts permanent strength to weak sys?
tems and invigorates delicate constitutions.
Its reputation and its sales have steadily in?
creased. Competitive preparations have beet
introduced nd libitum, aud, as far as the pub?
lic is concerned, ad nauseam, iu the hope ul
rivalling it; but they have all either perished
in tho attempt, or been left far in tho rear
It has been tho great medical success of tin
present century, and it is quito certain thai
no proprietary medicino in this country is ai
widely known, or as generally used.
Ten lightning prosses, running incessantl;
(Sundays excepted) tho whole year thrnugi
barely supply thc demand for tho Illustratci
Almanac, in which thc nature and uses of th
preparation aro set forth, tho circulation no\
being over eight millions a year. El f6
THOMAS J. LaHOTTE, ROTARY PHI!
L.IC, COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS AN]
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER, has r<
moved his oflico from No. 1 Daw Range to tb
ofllce recently occupied by Messrs. Wallace
Green, Attorneys at Law, opposite the Coluu
bia Ice House. Jan 15 lino
WK HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTE
Mr. JOHN C. SEEGERS tho solo Agent fi
thc salo of our WHISKIES in Columbia, 8. (
JOnN GIBSON'S SON A CO.
PHILADELPHIA, November li). 1870. Dec
.?THE BRIDAL. CHAMBER."-Essa'
for Young Men, on great SOCIAL EVILS ai
AnusF.s, which interfere with MARIIIAOK
with sure means of relief for tho Erring ai
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Se
free of chargo, in sealed envelopes. Add re?
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 8. Ninth H
Philadelphia, Fa. Nov 7 ?imo
MONTEITH & FIELDING,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchan
COLUMBIA, S C.
WILL give strict attention to salo id 1
bacco and Country Produce. Di c
25 Cents for Cotton.
??1TESSBS. L?RICK A. LOWRANCE h a vi
IT S purchased the right to mannfactt
John O. Ham's improved SEED and MANU!
DROPPER, for Richland, would call tho atti
tion of all farmers using fertilizers and 1
quest au examination of this planter t
best and most perfect ever yet invented; hi
ing taken the premium at the Georgia a
Alabama State Fairs. Thc undersigned 1
prepared to furnish any quantity of PI01
Cotton Flautera and Plow Handles, at a 1
figure. Every variety of Agriciillurid Imp
menta on baud. L?RICK A* LOWBANCE
Carolina Manufacturing Company
?HAVING opened a Branch Honst
the city of Columbia, oller for sale
late?.! patented and best made 8TOV]
the moat improved patterns and re,
lar 8iz<*8 of all kinds nf TIN-WARE, :
everything in these particular lines, w
conlldence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kindi
job work done with despatch, by snpei
workmen. Plumbing, in all its branches,
edited, lt you want Water earned to
convenient points about your promises,
will do your work at such prices as will eut
all to alford it.
Tho public aro invited to call. Storr
Ehrlich's Building, four doors below Bry
corner Aug 1H
Ho for the Race!
THE subscriber respect!
-jmnnaSEsTt?J invites his friends and publi
flflftPfay <y?L general to call anti sen his si
tr\__jLmM al tiome-niado SADDLES
hsWanWiiiijABNESSES, which I can
twenty-five per cent, cheaper than
Northern made goods, and will challenge
merchant in the South for $l,0()u to com]
with mo in home-made work.
Nny8 .Imo B. HANNAN. Main strei
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, BO woll known thron??]
tho South, need no comment. In sty
workmanship, and for efficiency of w
their turn-out, with Gie samo amoun
power, is unequaled, lt. TOZER, Agent
August 2 Columbia. H.
.4 LARGE ?ssortmont o? fresh VEG I
I f\ BLE S F.ED. Just in and for uah- low.
J in IU EDWARD HOI
Stats of South Carolina.
To the Commissiom raaf Election for UK Elec-\
lion District of Ue?ry?touni County.
WMEKKAS, Hon. J. II. Raincy. who, at I
tho General Election hold in April,
18G8, wa? chosen a member of tho Kenato of
tho Stato of South Carolina for thc Election
District of Geoi getown County, and drew a
ballot to nerve tor tho term of four years,
has resigned; and, whereas, tho Constitution
of tho Sute of South Carolina directs that iu
such case, a Writ ol Election shall bo issued
by tho President of tho Senate, for tho pur?
pose of tilling tho vacancy thus occasioned,
for tho remainder of tho term for which said
member was elected:
Now, therefore, you, and each of you, arc
hereby required, after duo advertisement,}
and with strict regard to all tho provisions of i
tho Constitution and laws ol said Stato J
touching your duty iu such case, to bold an
election for a member ol' tho Senate of tho
Stale of South Carolina, for tho County of
Georgetown, to servo for tho remainder of the
ternt for which said member. Lion. .1. H.
Rainey. was elected, the polls to bo opened at ?
tho various places of election in said District,
on THURSDAY, sixteenth day of February,
1871, by tho various Managers of Election for
those places respectively, in accordance with
tho provisions of the Act of tho General ?
Assembly, entitled "An Act providing for the
General Election, and tin- manner of conduct
ing tho saino," approved Marchi, ISTn, andi
this writ, together with your return of the]
Election to be hold under it, have before the !
Sehntest its m Nt meeting after tho Flection, j
ALONZO J. HANSlElt, !
President of the Senate.
A'test: J. WuowHVJT, Clerk ol Senate.
State of South Carolina
7b the Commissioner* of Election for the Elec?
tion District of Charleston County.
WHEREAS Hon. W. H. MISHAW. who, at
tho general election held in Gctober.
1870, waa chosen a member of tho Senate of
the Stato of South Carolina, for the Election
District of Charleatoii County, to serve for the
term of four years, baa deceased; and where
aa tho Constitution of tho Stato of South Ca?
rolina directa that in such cases a writ of
election shall bo iaeued by the President ci
tho Senate, for tho purpose of tilling tho va?
cancy thus occasioned, for the remainder of
tho term for which eaid member ao deceased
wa? elected :
Now, therefore, yon, and each of you, are
hereby required, after due advertisement, and
with atrict regard to all tho provisions of the
Constitution and laws of Bain State, touching
your duty in auch caae, to hold an election for
a member of tho Senate of tho Stato of South
Carolina, for tho County of Charleston, to
servo for tho remainder of the term for which
Baid member (Hon. W. H. Miabaw) waa elect?
ed, the polia to bo opened at the various places
of election in said District, on THURSDAY,
February Hi, 1871, by the various Managers of
Election for thoao placea, respectively, in ac?
cordance with the provisions of the Act ol the
General AHsembly, entitled "An Act providing
for tho general election and the manner ot
conducting the samo," approved March 1,
1870, amt this writ, together with your return
of the election to be held undi r it, have beforo
the Senate at ita next meeting aftor tho elec?
tion. A. J. PANSIER,
Preaident of Senate.
Attest : J. Woolmer**, Clerk of Senate.
State o? South Carolina.
To thc Comraissioncr* ff Elections for th* Elec?
tion J)istrict of Abbeville County.
WHEREAS Hon. H. J. Lomax, who. at
tho general cleclion held in October,
1870, waa chosen a memhor of the Senate of
the State of South Carolina tor tho Election j
j Dist'lot of Abbeville County, to servo the
term of four years, baa deceased ; and whereat?
the Constitution of Ibo State ol South Caro?
lina directB that in auch c?sea a writ ol' elec?
tion shall bo i-sued by tho President of the
Senate, fur tho purpose of Jilling tho vacancy
thuu or? asione?t for the remainder of thu
term for which said member so <lereaet?l waa
Now, therefore, you and each of yon ure
hereby required, ai'ter due advertisement, and
with strict regard to all provisions of the
Constitution and lawa of said Stato touching
your duty in auch ease, to hold au election for
a member of the Senate of tho Stato of South
Ci.rolina, for the County of Abb?:villo, to serve
for the rem ai II der of the term for which said I
member. Hon. H. J. Lomax, waa elected; the I
polls to bo opened at tho various placea of
election in aaid District, on THURSDAY, lGth
day ?if February. 1871, by tho various ma- |
nagera of election for those placea respect- ?
ively, in accordance willi tho provisions of
tho Act of the Goncral Assembly, entitled
"An Act providing for the general election,
and tho manner of conducting the same,''ap?
proved March 1, 1870. and thia writ, together
with your return of tho election to be held
under it, have before the Senate at ita next
meeting aftor tho election.
ALONZO J. RAN8IER.
Attest: J. WoonnuFF, Clerk or Senate.
GENUINE Imported CIGARS, toget ber willi
a large supply of Domestic CIGARS.
! Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
At Heinitsli's Drug Store
TOU CAN OUTAIN
The Best Articles
A T LOWEST PRICES.
IlEBIO'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.
J English Mustard, of warranted pm Hy.
flavoring Extract?, all concentrated and of
high il a vor.
Spices of every kind, pure.
Ground Spices, pure.
Itussia Shred Isinglass. Coxo's Gelatine.
Sea Moss Farina. Puro Arrow Hoot.
Salad Oil, for dressings and table use.
Celery Seed, for llavoiing.
Puro Extract of Vanilla Beans.
Puro Extract of Lemon, from the fruit.
F'rcBb Vanilla Beans.
Triplo Distilled Roso Water.
Puro Extract Calves Feet Jelly.
Food for Infants.
Broma, Cocoa, Corn Starch.
Baking Powders, of superior purity and cx
collenco, and at lesB prieo than anv other in
tho market. .E. II. HEIN?TSH,
Dec 18 DruRRiBt.
STOCK TAKING !
SST FEBRUARY, 4674.
WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OIT
i inoe List.' i-i
T) R Y Gr O O D S
At Ruinous Prices.
W. I> LOY IC <& ?:<>.
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. ?. I.OVK,
It. H. MUCHKBUY.
THE attention of ff
ie called to the great
inducements now ot?
tered in Clothing,
Goods, Hats, Ac,\ ?w.
Wo aro now dispos?
ing of our large and
varied stock of Gooda,
seasonable, AT COST,
being def irous of mak?
ing a clean sweep, pre?
paratory lo the Spring
While an opportunity j
Main street, next to
Pul ic ck House. Jan 8
Liquors and Ci ?a?.
18:t5. James Hennessy, Ib?ti and 1805.
Pi net Castillou, 1600.
Wists - Moet.v. Chaudon'a CHAMPAGNES.
These nil brands, being sole agent in South
Carolina, and tho Wines second lo non?-.
HHBRRIKS.-AR grades, irom common to the
HOCK, WUITE AND CLAWET WINKS - Hook
heimer, Laudesheimcr, HT Sauternes, Latour
Blanch, S'. Julien, Ls Rose, Nicretener, Mar
eobrium, H't Barsae, Chateau Santeruts,
Pontet Bauet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Latitte and Latour, Vintage 1P58.
FINI. WHISK ILS, AC- These are ?elected with
great care, mid comprise thu flnest known
brands, whilst tin- stuck nf it ut died good?
domestic GINS, RUM.Ac,ar? oller, d nt lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Real PEAT 1.1 F.K, is <<t
mv own impon allon. v?n supeiiur.
CIOARS -LIVE INDIAN. Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and other brands ai eelV- ri 0, ?hojee
in qnalitv and moderate m pri?e.
SMOKING TORACCO in variety, ard M>r
cially ?elected willi renard tn quality : mol. a
word in your . ai, the best, is a!wa> s I Ins eh- up
est, ia what? vi-r one eats, liri ok s ?-r -m.?ki?.
Dec 18 C. Kt MHii: f-Y M ME RS.
Thiei* Troc?' Bra weis.
riinF. undersigned have received Ibo Agency
JL of these DRAWERS. Th-y are thc one
(h in;/ neetlj'ul /or the pro?
tection ofeotry alore am
nho]> in CutuvtbiUf af?
fording a sure proteo
tion from tho light-tin
gered gentry. For sah
J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TILL LOCK & DRAWER!
TA I.I.K V ?L RA UK IVKLL.
TIIK Undi I ri,; I ..('. lone llllf .!.?.? elili.ICi
into pattui-relrp. ie t e i? . . ; !.i\r
under the nano <>f TALI.KY '-AH. \> . i i
W lt J'ALLhY,
Jan! NA 1*11 ANIEL RA UNWELL
Central National Bank of Columbia.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OK TUE CURRENCY,
WASHINGTON, January 19, 1871.
WHEIIEAS by satisfactory evidence pre?
sented to tbo undersigned, it lias been
Diado to appear that Tun CENTUAI. NATIONA:
BANK OK COLUMBIA, in tho city ot Columbia, in
the County of Richland, and State of South Ca?
rolina, bas boen duly organized under and ac?
cording to tho requirements of tho Act of Con?
gress entitled "An Act to provide a national
currency, secured by a pledge of United States
bonds, and to pr?vido for thc circulation and
redemption thereof," approved Juno 3, 1804.
and has complied with all tho provisions of
said Act rtquired to be complied with before
commencing thc busineoa of banking under
Now, therefore, I, H IL AND P.. HULBURD,
Comptroller of tho Currency, do hereby cer?
tify that TnE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK OF CO?
LUMBIA, in tho city of Columbia, in tho County
of Richland, and Stato of South Carolina, is
authorized to commence tho business of
banking under tho Act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and
seal of office, ibis 13th day of January, 1871.
H1LAND B. HULBURD,
Jan 17 Comptroller of tho Currencv.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE
Of Hartford, Connect teilt.
Capital $3,Q00,000--Assets $6,000,000
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
EstaMithed in Columbia, S. C.. A. 1). IS j 9.
Ineorporatul A. J). 1819.
IVIE WEALTHIEST FIRE INSURANCE
. COMPANY in America. Tho most suc?
cessful Fire Iusurauco Company in America.
A prompt and liberal adjustment a specialty.
Protect yourself against loee, by at once in?
suring in tho "yEi'NA." Tho best protection
against FIRE is a policy in tho "AiTNA." In?
suro to-day, FIUES will como whon least ex?
pected. Strength and reliability- ?0,000,000
not surpassed. Don't delay to take a policy;
to-morrow, Are may ruin you. All claims for
losses prcinptly adjusted and paid at this
Agouoy. GEU. HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
Oflico in rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's
Bookstore, Main street, Columbia, S. C.
.Ian ti_ 3mo
Tile 3MC?*,-rra rrrn o tlx
BOOT, SHOE, RAT AND TRUNK
HAS now oponed and
ready for inspection tho
largest and most select ?ttirjJLXJn1
stock of GOODS, iu its line, over
offered in this market. This stock bas been
selected with great caro from the best manu?
facturers in Boston, New York, Philadelphia
and other noted Shoe markets. Persons visi?
ting our city during our approaching Fair,
will find it greatly to i heir advantage to call
at tho Sign of the BIG BOOT and HAT, one
door North of tho Columbia Hotel. Every
article sold in thia Honse is warranted as re?
presented. In point of style, quality and
price we cannot be surpassed.
Oct 30_ _-A. SMYTHE.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I have
Just received an entire new
.tock of Double and Ningle Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flanks, Pouche?,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Ruck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridges for ail kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IN CONSEQUENCE r?P THE
FALL OF GOLD!
IMMENSE stock of WATCHES. CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WAUK; tho largest stock in Ho* State; t-ELL
INO AT LOW FIUUUEM.
lu const qui nee of thc low prices of (?old,
the subbe.ribi r bas concluded to sell his stock
accordingly, and would call the attention of
tb? visitors to the Fair to call and examine
beforo purchasing clsewbeie, as it is a duty
you owe to ynnrseivee.
All lo: ask-? is a luir ti ?al. Ca'.I au ', be con?
Wt also have on band a tine stock nf CUT- I
I.EhY, both for pocket and table use. willi a I
large assortment of SPORTING IMPLE
M KN 1 S.
(?ive mo a call and examine mv stock.
Agent for FLORENCE BE WIN tl MACHINE.
Nov 8 Under Columbia Hotel.
Plain Strei t, near Main.
NOW on band and daily re
>Ci iving from the manu fae
toiiesof New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville, thc
largest assortment of FUR
IN 1TURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in purl of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, it: Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kin ls of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
i -miriest notice and in tho best manner.
I I < rniM cush and Goods cbenn. Oct 30
; ... . - -
j New Raisins, FigF, Citron. &c
i l/ol WHOLE, lull and qn ti ler box? s
: 1 I )\ f r.. tv LAVER RAISINS ?II ! CITRON,
I f.9 half drums Siny i nu FIGS
p.i>gli*b Walnuts, Pecans, p.rezil Nuts and
i Alni'indi*. fresh and bu mb- low.
I Dee lil EDWARD HOPE.
CO~M V OU iThT A CID
PHOSPHATE OP LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING iriil, COTTON SEED.
THIS article in manufactured by tho Pacific
Guano Company, at Charleston, 8. O .
nndft the superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN
RAYENEL. When composted with an cqnal
weigtit ol Cotton Secfl, itB resulte bavo boen
found folly equal to tho boat standard Fertil?
izeT. HB economy must commend it to the
notice of planterB generally.
For spooific directions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
Soiling Agent, ChariestT, 8. C.
JOHN 8. REESE A CO.,
Dee 21 13mo General Agent", Raltimore.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
fltHIS GUANO ia new so well known in all
JL tho Southern state? tor ita remarkable
effects as an agency fer increasing tho pro?
ducts of labor, as not lo require special re?
commendation from us. Hause forllvoyeara
past bas established RB character for reliable
excellence. The large fixed capital invested
ty tho Company in this trade affords the
surest guarantee o? the continued excellence
of ita Guano. J. N. RORSON,
Soiling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO.,
Dec 21 }:lmo General Agents, Baltimore.
COUKTAEY, EVERETT & 00.,
83 Pearl Street, New York, ^
W. C. COURTNEY & CO.,
3 Central Wharf, Charleston,
General Commission Merchants.
T-VV-V> CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON and
V?rt?j?othcr Produco solicited. Liberal ad
is_"2SJ vanees made on shipmen tn. Orders for
purchase of PROVISIONS, Ac, in Charleston
or New York promptly attended to.
Jan 3 Imo
jfcaT f Largest and moat complete] "S?
gre- ! Manufactory ofDoors, Bashes, ~S?
SGT ! Blinds, Mouldings, Ac, in the "?a
A3" I Southern States. J
Printed Price. List defies competition.
Send for ono. Sent freo on application.
April 8 fly
T. v. I-.IIODII:. it. B. nuDoisa. u. c. BUDGIKB.
BRODIE & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LIBERAL advances made on Consignments.
Refer lo ANDREW SIMONOS, Esq., Presi?
dent lat National Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Aug 2-1 8mo
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Vice-i I'esjd* i, ; r.
Deposits of $1 and Upward* Received,
INTEREST A LU) ll ED A T TEE RA TR O
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA 'J KS OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. OOM
P O CSD ET) F. VER T SIN
Mt) NTH s tiN A Clio CE TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer.
John P. Thomas.
A. G Brenizer. Cashier
John C. B. Smith, A*Bistaiit Cashier.
Wade Han pion, William Mai tin, A. C. Baa
kell, F. W. Mr-Master. John V. 1 hem ns. E. H
H em it sh, John B. rainier, Thom ut E. Gregg
J. Eli Gregg, Mai Ion.
O. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Maves, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel Raven el. Jr.. Chin li sion.
Mechanics, Laborers, CbrKs, Widows, Or?
phans and otiiers maj here deposit then- sav?
ing? and draw a liberal rate of interest there?
on. Plantera. Profeasiciia) Men and Troateca
wiehing to draw in terri: I on theil hinds until
they require them for business or otter pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
?ums for their children, and Marri? d Ron-en
ind Minors (whose deposits can onl> I e with?
?lrawn by themselves, or, in ca^e of death, by
.heir legal representatives,) uirhint to lay
aside funds for future use. are herc afforded
un opportunity of depositing theil means
where they will rapidly accumulate, ami, ut
Hie same time, be subject to withdrawal when
needed. Auir 18
ICE! ICE! ?C?T
HAVING put my machine in oporation, 1"
now inform tho publie, thai 1 am ieiu?v-.
tu supply auy and a ll orders for ICE. Price two
c.-nts per pound by the retail. For 100 poll nd fr?
or more, agreeinentB will he made. Tho Ice
can bo obtained at either Hie upper or lower,
st oro. J. C. SEKGERS.
WILL bo found invaluable for want ?ot
Appetite, General Debility, Chills ind
Fever and Dyspepsia. For aale by DrnggiBts
and Oroc.erB*evervwbero. Prncipial Depot,
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.r
Charleston, 8. C.
For sale in Colon bia. 8. C., wholesale or
retail, bv HARDY SOLOMON and GEORGE
BY MM ERB. Nov 20 t3mo
? Good Things.
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Bir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Gin, Otard,
Dupuy, Cognac Urandy. Doff Gordon'ePalo
Sherry, Soutb-sido Madeira Wino, London
Dock Port Wine, Hibberl'u London Porter,
McEwen'? Scotch Ale. Tho above direct from
tin* importers and warranted pure.
For salo by_EDWARD HOPE.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for aale low to
dealers by EDWARD HOPE.