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THE DAM jB?PHONIX.
4,Let our Just Censure Attend the True Event." \l
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10 1871. VOL. VII-NoTtOtl
j -r-- - jg
FzoUBHa VROtt CiiNHDS.~-Tho ad?
vance sheets ol 11 U?.oeuBua ol 1870. hain g
the ninth general ceusuB tnkon ia pursu?
ance of the Constitution, contain about
?100 pages of statistical matt or, from
whioh we gather and condenso a fe.w of
the moat salient faots. In 1790 the ag?
gregate population of the United Stutes
(and Territories) waa 3,929,214; by the
aeoond census (1800) it was 5.308,483; by
the third (1810)'7,239,881; by the fourth
9,033,822; by that.of 1830, the llftb,
12,866,020; by that, of 1840, the sixth,
17.669,453; in 1850, 23,191,876; by the
eighth census of 1860, 31,443,321; by
the ninth and last, that of 1870, 38,555,
983. Of the population of 1870,34,113,
253 were included in the thirty-seven
States and 442,730 in the tou Territories.
Tho'relativo rank of Borne of the States
have changed, as follows, since 1790:
Pennsylvania ranked as the second
State, and so ranked at every following
cousus, except those of 1810 aud 1820
* Tn 1790 Virginia ranked first, us in 180C
and 1810; in 1820 second, in 1830 third,
ia 1840 fourth, in 1850 fourth, aud it
1860 fifth, and now (dismembered) is th?
tenth, but with Wost Virginia, wonk
Btill rank as fifth. North Carolina wai
third at tho first cousus and is uow tin
fourteenth. Massachusetts was fourtl
and ia now seventh. New York was tb
fifth and is now first (facile princeps.
Maryland was sixth iu rank and is nov
tho twentieth. South Carolina stoo<
(seventh and DOW stands as numbe
twenty-two. Connecticut wus numbe
eight and is now number twenty-five
New Jeisey was uinth aud is uow seven
t een tli. New Hampshire wus tho'tou t!
nod is now the thirty-first. Muiuo wa
the eleventh aud is now twenty-third
Vermont was the twelfth and is uow th
thirtieth. Georgia, in 1790, Was th
thirteenth, with 82,548 population, au
is uow the twelfth, with 1,134,109, raul
ing ninth in 1840 aud 1850. Georgia
population is now moro tbuu twelve time
what it-was in 1790, while tho total pop?
lation of all the States is not now qui!
ten times what it was theu. - Kentucb
rauked number fourteen at the first cei
sus and is now tho eighth, lihou
Island was the fifteenth aud is now tl
thirty-aeoonel. Delaware was sixteont
and is now thirty-fourth, aud the sevei
teenth and Bmallest, by the census <
1790, waa Tennessee, with 35,691 iubab
tauts, now ranking as the uiutb, wit
1,258,520, or thirty-five times as mauy
The total white population of tl
. United States is 33,586,989; the tot
colored 4,880,009. Tho colored popnl
tiou, slave and free, hus mei eased us ft
lo ws* First census, 757.208; secou
1,002.037; third, 1,377,808; fonrt
1.771,646; fifth,.2.418,642; sixth, 2.77?
648; HMveutb, (1850.) 3,638,808; eight
4,441,830; ninth, (1870,) 4,880,009. Tl
colored population hus increased
about six aud a half times its numb
eighty years ago. Tho colored inhal
tauts who wore free iu 1790 num ben
59,527, aud in 18(50, (before geuei
emancipation,) they hud become fig
times as mauy. So, iu tho first seven
years, the freo colored increased iu
more rapid ratio tb nu tbe slaves; b
thia,is due'to the emancipation whi
took plnoo in tho older States, us well
to the manumission which took plo
from time to time iu States where slave
continued until the general emauoij.
tion. Tont the ninth census shows
increase of the total colored populuti
over that of I860, is a fact whioh cont
venes some predictions, but which w
be reaeived: with satisfaction by all w
are fully sensible of their value in e
almost empty continent, where lal
and population, producers aud consu
ors, , are of such great value. .
Our Chinese visitors in 1870 un m bm
63.254, of whom 49,310 were iu Calif
Ilia. Our Indian population is ]
down at-25,731, against 41,031. . By t
it is presumed that only tuxed Iudi
are enumerated.
By tile ninth census, (1870.) tho
tivo boru inhabitants of tho Staten i
Territories were 32,999,437, and t ho
reign bor ii 5,556,516. Those who.l
ono or both parents foreign were :
892,015. Those who bud a iorojgn
ther were 10,621,233, Those who ha
foreign father and a foreign mother vs
9,734,845. . Thus about one iu sevei
our population was boru abroad,
about ooo in four either born abroad
the childreu of parents who were
reigbers by birth. In 1850, the fort
born were 2,214,602;- tn 1860, they v
4,138,697, and wo hopo in 1880, t
will ullin ber ut leust 10,000,000.
foreign boru are most numerous iu J
York, 1,138,358. Pennsylvania
545,261; Illinois has 515,193; Ohio
373,493; Wisconsin 364,499; Mussiu
Betts 353.319; Michigan 268.010; Mis
ri 222,207; California 209,831; Iowa ?
057. Out of our totnl population
probable that more thun half aro ol
reign' birth, or boru of oue or more
rents or ancestors who came to tbisc
try since 1800.
TuKOPHITjANTnilOPISTS.-The cibj
Columbus, Qa., has a branch of a sot
called Theophilunthropists, whose ii'
is: "Any system of religion thut sh
the mind of a child cannot be a true
tem; the world is my country, and t
good.is my religion."
ARTHUR C. MOORE,
Attorney and Counsellor at La
COLUMHIA, s. c.,
HAS REMOVED his uflieo tu No. 2
Itango._ ?<:Julyl4 if
Look to Your Interest.
^jtam THE best M KAT in tho M
^^J&I???SCFTN h" llHl! at unr bU||t;,t
jf^T/l mid 12| (ieiijtM ptr pound 0
for ltrgo or numb quantities, from c
country. Aliud promptly.
.. STARLING it POP]
August 8 j|4j_Stall* 8 HM
If You Want School Books,
GO to BRYAN Si MuOAH TER, who I
frosh supply of English, French,
man and classical SO HOOL BO ?KS, a
School Stationery of every description,
Bale at lowest market fates._ JW
Tho rnillo for Tempor?neo Hal),
positively lake placo on Hie 10ih Nove ni
?peolal Hotioos.
Lea & Perrins' Sance,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
.?TUR O ?Via Y UOOD SAUCE."
It improves appetite and digestion, and it is
uurivaled for its flavor.
Wo aro directed by Mcaars. LEA ?Sb PER?
RINS to proscouto all partios making or vend?
ing counterfeits.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 jOoio Agenta. New Y?i lt.
Medical.
ON MARRIAGE. Et-Huy H for young men on
great social evils and a buten, windi intcr
fero with marriage mid ruin tho happiness of 1
thousands; with BUTC meant; of relief for thc
erring mid unfortunate, diseased and debili?
tated. Sent in scab d lotter envelopes, free of
charge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sont, ? Hmo
Money to Loan,
(flt K (A f\f\t \ TO LOAN, on collaterals.
HpOV/.V/vrI " Apply at tho Citizens'
Savings Uank. JOHN C. R. SMITH,
Hov* 21 Assistant Cashier.
Citizens' Savings Bank of S. C.
ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITS mada in this
Hann un or heforo thu 5th day of each
calindar month will bear interest for that
mouth as if dopouited on tho 1st instant.
J. C. R. SMITH,
Ocll 5 Assistant Cushier.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
fIS once more opeu to tho public, under
tho superintendence of Mr. R. DARRY;
Tho reputation of the house will bo kept
up._Aug net 31
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
THIS woll-known CBtablbhrmnt ?B in full
blast, and keeps up its reputation tor thu
best of every thing in the Hue of WET GOODS.
They carry bul tho motto of "Good articles
or none." PAYS1NGER & FRANKLIN,
August ill Proprietors.
The Southern and Atlantic
T RLE G RA PH GO.
Now Open for Rusincaa.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
Sept 14
For Sale.
1AAA Ann PEET LUM HER. Pur
?A / v/ ? /^UUvJ ties can be supplied at
l o.inoiiabln mies by applying to
Sept 2 .fOHN E. GYLKS, at HoneV store.
Refined Oil.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal
lou or barrel. Also, in glans?, pints and
; quarts._For sale low. E. HOPE ;
Thornwell's Collected "Writings,
rp il EO LOG IC AL und Ethical, 2 volumes,
i embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $4 per volumo.
Memories of Palmos. RyMacDuff. $2.
The Conservative Refoimatiou and its The
?logy. Ry Rev. Charles P. Kruwlh, D. D. t.T
Tho Unaeou World. Ry Rev. Dr. Stoik. fl.
NEW NOVELS.
Her Lord and Master. Ry Florence Maryatt |
Won. not Wooed. Ry the author of Hred in
tho Rone, ?cc GO cents.
Terrible Temptatiou. Ry Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Grace Aguilor's Works,
such as Mother's Recompenso, Vale of Cedars,
??.c., at $1 per volumo.
Tho above books sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt of prioo
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN. Rnoksellers.
I The World-Renowned Howe Sewing'
Machines
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the World.
IN rango of work this Machino caunot be
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
ur thin goods, from gaitza to heaviest beaver !
coatings, or even loather, without chungo of |
needle, tension or tincad. We will warrant
them to do this. Our rino work is equal to
any. and our heavy work excels that uf suv
other machine in tho world. Ladies wishing
to introduite th? newing into their families will .
lind it a great, saving of time, labor anti t s^
penao to ut onno pur iib ase tho beat. Persona
wini liavu tried all machines aro unanimous in
declining this to be tho easiest learned of it ny
in tho market. If yoi; aro prejudiced in favor
of l?iiy particular machino, ai bust examine
Tit li 'HOWE before you purchase?.
ALFRED G. ELY,
General Agen' for South Carolina,
OMco three doors below Dr. H?initsb'a Ding
Sion?, Muin struct, Columbi i, S. ?,
Sept 21 ?li ii ri
Native and Foreign Wines.
S~OUPPERNONO, Concord, Kautcrna, Cia-i
ret, Champagnes, just received mid lor
sale low. by E. UnPF,.
Seegcrs* Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Copperas, Suit, Lime or
. Alum. March ll
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
SODA Wafers, Pic Nies,
Puiicy Hu ter, Lemon,
Wino, Pearle, Oyster, Farina,
Milk, Lemon, Ginger, Variety?
Cream Wafers, .Tumoles.
Corn Hill Biscuit, Lemon Simp?.
In small boxes for f.iuiilics.
_ Huid 20 _ ED WAV D Lf'i.PF-- !
Candy! Candy'. j
pr rv R?XES usBoi ted GANDY-/?? weight
OU and pure article. As Canny ot light
weight is extensively sol ! in this muiket,
purchasers will find it to their interest in
have tho boxes weighed before buying. We
g ni ra alee 25 pounds in each box
Sept 13 JOHN AOKP.W St SON.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY ' & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHA lt LO TTE, E. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Floor,
Oncon, Lu rd, Seo., and Family Groceries
gouorally Ordei s filled canTnllv and prompt?
ly Keb 7lyr
Old Virginia Hums.
?ffiiffiifa l OOO lbs, Virginia (connirv-cured)
^#?3?# IA Ms. for eulo by
&?t&tW4 Kept? _ EDWARD nOPE.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two y. in s old, nt
Poy 21 JOHN' C.SEI'GEliS'.
8eegers' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine, lt is pure, sud
warranted toboso. Murdill
COUNTY O l., AIM H /ititi JUKI V?llTU
KICATT58 bought bv
t'tb 5 D. OA.MRltlLL. Rroker.
ALARM CASH DRAREW!
Tin T.iiniin? Prevented!
' ?0L1> AT
Fairbanks' Scale Warehouses.
FAIIllJAMCS ?Si CO ,
2.J2 Rro?di? ty, *Xvtn York.
I-AIilBASXS, IJKOWX ?fc co.,
lia ii/t'fc Sf reel, Dttston.
For salo by JOHN AONBW .t SON,
Sept 2? Inf Imo Columbia. S. C.
Sixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded
THU G lt KAT
Southern Piano
MAN UFA CTOR Y.
& GO.
Manufacturera Grund. Square rind Up* in ht
PIANO FORTES,
H ALTIMORE, Ml).
TH ESK instruments havo btcn before thc
public for nearly ibu ly years, and upon
their excellence alone attained cw vpjntrvhiie-.
edpre-tmiuenre, which pronounces them une?
qualed. Their
TOKE
Combines {"rent power, avr?eines.? und fitie
pinding quality, ns will ss prent pniitj ol in?
tonation, mid owed uer M t hi outshout thc entire
scale. Their i out li
la pliant and ?lastic, und entirely free front
thc stillness f..und in NO ma nv pumos.
IN WOItKHIANSItlP
They are unequaled, m inn none but the very
best seasoned material, tin: lui c.c capitalem?
ployed in our business ennhhn/r lis to heep
continually un immeiioe t-toclt ol lumber, Ac,
on hand.
tar Al1 our square pianos Wave our ia w im?
proved oVKlisTuUNu M;.M.I: und Agraffe 7WWt*.
tfS~ WM would cull ppeciul atti ntton to our
.Inti' improvement* in (?RAER I* JANOS livid
SQUARE GRANDS, pu tent ed Annual ll.
18'.ti, which brines t hu piano marci perfection
than hus yet la en attained.
Kvci y Pinna full)" Wu rm ut ell for 5 Yen rs
Wt! have made ununpi uu-ittr- ho- She ?mle
rhulesab'. agency fur thc most celebrated
PARLOR ORO A ES and ME LO DEO ES,
which wti offer wholesale mid retail, ni lowest
laclory prices. WM KNABE A CO ,
MHV 2:5 JTTiimn llultimorc. Md.
O . ? s;. t., -, ... .-. -o: t?-> ? LrJ
MANUFACTURE!! AMI DEALER, No. 20
Hayn?; street und Horlbi ch's Wharf;
Uliai llftwi:. S. tl 'I Jilli is Ihn l.,i|.'i\-t illili
mot-t c oi.nh ti- lic'rr- of the html in Hie
Southern StWiesi and ?ill ai l?eles in thin line
uair.be tiniiifl.? dbi Mr. j?. J*. Touitt m. pi ic? i
ivhich dely comp; Ti i i< ii
O?" A |mlnii'.l. 1 wird lui) a lill del H i'rd li.-t
of all -cu-* .,( 1..- Sn.-|.<-H uml U?nds. und
the piici-r-ol i-Hrh ?iii I o PI?II fret? and po?t
pu i I. on unn i :utloii lo
July ll il M- !>. P Ti?\T.r.
????t .. .U uv !dl . i,'. , .
Vmuiii wbi i.l i-orri
Extract nf lU?f lc u II?,,,
A MCW MKIIII'lM;
FOI: Kiife. bl ! ii ty, 'i...* Appe?
ln?, T-ote ?ind Vijjoi ?mi ovei ir-bed
Wood, SerVi.lls I ?. Ullit;. . l..;e |?,l il ml liptl tl
to we iii r.loiu.icln
As u m.ti n n: t-oiiiu .iii I mild ni .uri m.t this
combiiiuli-n ha-.pi >?ed i?,.-citll . l?ic-i emile
ill many criM s i I riittehiid di^eioiuii, I>?>H ot
toni' i.iid vi.^or. i , ,i:.-i i i-i .,! n| i.d. and ni
the ninny ailment - nih ? qui?*.! nji?n ^> IMTHI
debility^ It i- pured ivnh ;<. ? ?it cate fruin
selected lit'*? f, on?-th:i d . ?.!' Wi.i-li lina beni
p?rtihll; rUi'li'il t < .:?...? I |> . mit/, nee
tims rend? ruii! i cir H' "'" fu '." ihe.iaf-1?
aral 1- s-Upi lu .u-.:.i-tu. iii- lufil enli
? tinned use, I' i Si'n b.
-.?.i? i. ni iNiri.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT'.
For Sight ia Priceless!
Uul thc Diamond Spectacles will 1'reserce lt.
IF you valu? your eyesight use these PISH
F1CCT I.ICS?*>ios. Ground from minuto
crystal pebbles, meltr?l together, and d?rive
(heir hu nie "Diamond" on iiccounl of their
hardness and brilliancy. Tin y will last mum*
years without change, and sr.- warranted su?
perior '<> all ?'Ibers, hinnulaolureri l>y
J. K. SPENCER ,V. CO., N. Y.
CAUTION.-None genuine un le?-H stamped
with om- trade nuuk. WM. Ol[', AZ E. Jeweler
and Optician ia sole agent lor Columbia. S.
C , from whom they eau only bit obtnii od.
No ltodillorn cutiihivi'il * Jillx 20 Illly
"GEORGE PAGE & co.,
JV"b. 5 JY. Sh? oeder Street, Holt ?more, Md,,
M un ula ct ur ors ol
POlt'l'AIII.K ANO STATIONAKY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Patent Improved. Portable
C I lt CIT tj A ll S A XV MI t? X. H
C.! XV. M ULA Y AS'D SASH SA IP MILLS, \
i \ HIST MILLS] 'J I MISER W HEELS, KM IN?
VT OLE MACHIN LS, ,Vo. Dealers in Circu?
lar Saws. Hi lting ami Mill supplies generally*,
and mamiliictui er's agents tor Le il el's Cele?
brated? Tit?hine Water Wheel nod every de
-criptien of Wood Working Machinerv.
AGItlCULlU|tAL ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
fittT*Scm1 for descriptivo Catninene- ami
Price Lists T\l iv 'ill 1+?Tly
The Great Medical Discovery !
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
VINEGAR BITTERS,
s i Hundreds of Thousands ? ? ?
'"-j T Hear testimony to their wonderful1? rr 2
.1:1 ? ? ?
% ~ Curative llllccts. C.. o
WHAT ARE THEY? '
^IfFANCY DRINK,g^v
M thia of Poor Rum. Whiskoy. Proof Spir
il3. and ltofuso Liquors, ?luci mud, spu-cd.
ami BWiiuteiuul to (ilcaaO lim taste, culled"T?nica
*. AppoLiZLTj," " Kos tu re rs," Av., that lea t tim
tippler on to drunkenness nail rain, bu t nro a truo
M tnt ?cine, mielo trula tito Nativo Knot-* uml
Herta of California? froo from aU Alcoholic
?timulants. Tlieyar.-1 iicG-rVRATBI.OOD
prjIUEMLERnu l LIFE GIVING PRIN?
CIPLE, n perfect Renovator nn.l lnvlgunitur
ot the System, curving,ill nil pni.mnon* inuttor,
anil restorin;? thc blood to a healthy condition.
No pcraon eau takctheso Ritter.?, occonliinj to
directions, unit remain lung unwell.
ijt tOO will bu given fur un incurable caff, pm
??ilitig tim bones uro not duairoyed hy liuner.-.l
IHIU >tifl or o'.bor means, nntl tia) vital Oi-aMu.
W ?Hied bevonil thc puinl of repair.
Por Inflarmnutory and Chronic Ithoti
maliain, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi?
go ?Moni Bilious, Rcmittont. and Inter?
mittent Fovors, Diseases of the Blood,
Livor. Kidnoys, and Bladder. tln>-o Bit
tors have been must ano-i-ssl'iil. Such Dis?
eases uro caused by Vitiated Blood, wiiieli
i? it?ner illy nrnlmvJ by tleraa-^oiutuit ?it* tho
Pic;o3tivo Organs.
Tm y ttivlifOrals thu Ftomnrh. and sihniimfii
th" t.irpi-l liver Hint b.e.c-1.4, wlnrh rwulvr I beni
of iiii?ipiid!i;d rilli'-iey in e!eu:i-'iir tl;-! biol of
lill impurities, ie...l iinp.il tillj now lifo und v:j ir
10 1 ho wlilitl f Viieii).
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, ITiwluclie,
I> tilt i:i I is rilinulih-ri?, I mais, Ti.Mil in-* of li'.o
r.-:. U.i/iines?, Sour Sliiitineh.'ltail Ta-sto in
i'Mouth, Iti.liiKM Atta?ks, Palpitation ol'tl.o
11 .??rt, CiipiiuiJ l)i.?i'ti:irgiM ?.if (Trihi1, Pain in
thy regions ol the Kidney.*, ?m.I :i hus h-.-l ./her
piliiful t-ytuptoin*, winch iir; Pi' tit&prl:i?** of
i)v?popal;i, ans cured by Hmso P.ittei*.
?JU'iinso tho Vitiatoil Rio?I wli imverr r.i .' -1
il-? impurities hurst her til rough tie' ?>!;i?i hi l'i::i
p'.i'R, Eruptions, ur sir.--; eb'iiiiMt it. vin o it ia
luid, ntiil yiMirfivliiis*. ?viii ("ll ym when. KIMMI
ttie blood pure ami thu health ol' tho ayntttiii will
foll'?iv.
PIN, TAPE, ami other WO P.MS, hirldns i:i
thc ayi?loin ol so ninny thmuaiul.i, uro etlevtu.dly
ilestroyi-il and n-nnivo?!.
For lull dirx'ittiiiiia, read earofnily tint? rin-ular
n nm n ?1 each bolt lc, printed in four l.mjuiiije*
Ku?Ha>i, llerutun, Fronch, un i Sp^ini-h.
J. \V.M.ICi:H.::2 ?\: :it Cnumiep ? >'r, et, N. Y.
1": it rh-tur. i:. H. yf. noN'Al.D ? cu..
Ilrnszlftsnnil Oetieral .\sr?'ii'?.
^.*:?l I"..-, uri-?so. California, and un.l^l i .?:?.
m o Mr ot. N. Y.
Oit-.<tH.li RY ALL Dr.rGfltSTS AN'H
L?i:.vi.i:i:a.
O-i- !?? I t Cpi? ii V V. t.: ; < e -
.\?v?r \.tiiMiite H >Vett|{ Klotiineli -.
The eiiii.lisi.n ol i u.-uk st.imaeh un? nev, r
yet iinpr.-v.-,i by . itharttcdi I he? nu re
ly ?iieiear?; lb in , "li. i . wi i. h it is all-im
por tu II i * i"i i . i *. li,.i,.;, ii. p?, pi m ti,,H in
exist one.i ui. ie!. ?i n.. , : uml ,.. rlwitily re?
liever! nun .. . .
TAHUA WT'M SKLTZKR AIJ HR IE HT.
fi" inn.ne . IV et i ti. tl . i i ,| rein sh
Ibo tine . .y . i-.....i . ,:,, vomit in- or th?!
di?pi>.-!iiioi I.mit, -, >,i. it tul earries nfl
without pail t?, f., ii.e itu* slim H, t he
IIIOI'l.i.I , |:| l; .,li:M , ni.ie!, j? th-' Ur?VOlUt
UV-1 ol loiu-i-ii A do.'.' o! t;..- A , !,.?!.! will
ulwav:. . iv e'nulli . , i:. tl? si. itiarh" ?fli r
a night's di.- ripii. ion
l> !!V ? l i ?H?|HH:i-iT> ?,;
Yo-l m ii . ee -I .. a V : ll.ii
O'lUsblu* a : . !.. ill h.- .
the Httiidinp A. -m ie.l :.
'.<. bv I Ul"
t'o-opent
Th9 Best in the Market !
Ill AVE just ret ii ru cu mun New Yolk willi
Hie Hm M stock in tin) matket. embracing
WATCHF.H ul all giudci. .1I.W1- LbY ol all
styles, Silver and Plated Waie of tho most
modern patterns-beautiful in ditign, dura?
ble, cheap und wat runted to ru.it.
My bloch includes ty? ry thin j; to be found in
thu New York thai kid, omi I do not intend to
he under-Hold. Cull und examino for yonr
eclv n. Attentive clerks will gladly chow yon
t lie (incut, assortment of art ich a above nunicd,
and of Hinge, Locket?, Mei ve but tone, I'.renut
Pin-; in tact, ever)thing needed or to bo
found in a Urat elane Jewelry store.
ISAAC SUI ZSACnER,
Sept Il Under t^olumbia Hotel.
AFEW reaaotiR why tlie.v should have tilt
prefcrenco over all ot lu rt- :
1. Wheeler &. Wilson's Sewing Machino is
much binipler limn any of the others; re?
quiring lets thuu half the amount of ma?
chinery.
2. As the result of this simplicity, thin ma?
chine is much lons liable thuu the others to
git out of repair.
3. Another result of this i-implicit}- ia
greater durability.
.1. Another result is lesa friction, and, con?
sequently, greater euee anti ruj.itlity of mu
'.ion, with lesa noise.
.I. And greatest ol' all, that it uses no Shut?
tle, and makes the Inri; stitch.
It is the cheapest lo biiy the best. Ruy the
machino Unit lias just ly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation aud independence
against a strong sud bitter competition. For
moro than twenty j eura has thc Wheeler A
Wilson not only flood tlrst and foremost, bu?
now htui'ds thc lint 1 valle?] Sewing Machine ol
tho euiightoneil civilized world. Buy the ma?
chine t but hus been thus tested untl proved,
and then you are sure ttl get the best. For
salo nit the cui-icst pm-Bible terms. Sales?
room Miiin eire? t, second door below TntXNix
oft! co, Columbians. C.
J. S. PUUSLEY, Agent.
A. WI?YTK? General Southern Ageut.
.Tuno 21 Orno
M. H. BERB.Y'8
Furniture Ware-room
Main Street, near Ptain.
^^jT^f?^^- NOW on hand und daily re
y Wini from the manufac
?3p?ryB??^??HM toru > "f New York, li nu ton,
fegra^Tg/iSiSnf Cincii nati and Louisville,thc
jj*^ largis' asBortineut of FDR
NITTJltE i vu kepi in thiB market, consisting
in part of Walnut 1'urlor, Chamber und Din
i ll gr Roo ni Snits; 200 Pedaleada of different
nutt? ins, in Walnut and Imitation; a1i>o, the
eel.-lout ttl Georgia Split-Lot tum Chairs.
All Ir.nds of MATTI!ESSES made to order.
U P HOI.STEP. INO und REPAIRING done at
pl.ortest notice ai d in Hiebest manner.
Ternis cash and Goods cheal*. Oot
Kinsman 82? Howell,
Factors and Commission
Merchants.
Liberal Advances made on
Cotto?i a??d Naval Stores*
Charleston, S. C.
August ?51 ;!..' _ 4ino
The Dexter Stables.
t?r\ ,THE undersigned have re
. Mf*LJr\. moved their Stables io the new
t?-r?*3?^*^v ''""'"'"i Inin ciliately Smith ol
' i'f\f/TT^>iJ|?-Iannev'.- Hall, amt, with a new
"\Al"4S*5?r?f Yrtocl; ol CA UKI A G ES, RUG
Gi KS alio filie HORSES, are prepared lo an?
swer ull culls that may be made upon them.
Horses bought anti sohl eli commission.
Persons tn want ol good stork, are invited to
give us a cull. Lihcuil advances made on
st. ck h it for sale. UOYCE A CO.
W. ll.' ROVOK.
("! Il PKTi iNoii.i. .Inn 24
F4?8H
TURNIP SEED!
?jj^?TA SAGA,
G LORE,
NORFOLK,
RED TOP,
FLAT DUTCH,
j i-Vr rt;i!c hy W. C. FISHER, .
Druggist and Apothecary,
j lulv 20 IP-no Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
j I INFO SM my friends and
! jk^'ir^ public in gouerul thal I have
, .^fL^-iO^Stj^just received au entire now
r ULC? ^toek or Double and Single Har
?rel GUNS. REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
I l'istol-Rel?i-., (laps. Ruck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridges (or all binds of Pistols, Powdut
i ami Mud.
Al.SO.
! lt EPA I RING done ai short notice,
; ino s P. tt\ KRAFT. Main streef.
Meals furnished all hours at POLLOCKS1 ?
Q COTATION H FOB SOUTH j CAROLINA SE
0U1UTJK3, BY D. GAMDIULTJ, BBOKEB,
Main street, Colombia, 8. C., Dealer ia
Gold, Silver, Bank No ten. Stocke, Bonds,
otc-September 80, 1871.
STATE. Bid. Asked.
South Cnrolina Bouda, 6
cent, (old).1 73
Sonth Carolina Bonds, 6
cent, (new). 58
South Carolina Stock, 6*$ ot. 56
CITY 8ECUTUTJ.ES.
City Colnmbia Bonds, 6 ot. G3
City Columbia Bonds, 7 ot. 70
City Columbia Oas Stook,
par, $25. 13
City Charleston Stock, G "jj* ct. 56
City Charleston Bonds, Fire
Loan, 7 1? cent. 71
UAlLltOADS.
South Carolina Bonds, 7 IT*
cont., 1st mortgage. 85
South Carolina Bond?, 7 ct. 71
South Carolina Bonds. G $ ct. 04
Sonth Carolina Stock, par,
$100,. 32 33
South Carolina Bunk Stock,
par, S125. 32 33
North-eastern Bonds,lstmort
guge, 8 rfjl cent. 91
North-eastern Bondi?, 2d mort?
gage, 8 :rjl cent. 82
North-eastern Stock, prefer?
red, 8 V cent., per $50
North-eastern Stock, Capital,
par, 850.
Charleston and Havannah
Bouda, G T;1 cent. GO
Savannah und Charleston
Bouda, 1st mort., 7 ty cent.
Savannah und Chnth^ton
Bonds, Statu gnat, nue, 7
'fll cent. G7
Savunnah and Charleston
Stock, par, $100.
Greenville and Colnmbia
Bonds, Stato gnarantee, 7
^ cent. 57
Greenville and Columbia
Bonds, 2d mortgage, 7 ct. d5
Greenville and Columbin let
mortgage, past due, 7^ ct. 95
Greenville and Columbia
Stock, par, $25. 1
Charlotte, Columbia und Au?
gusta 1st mortgage Bonds,
7 "fei cent. 80
Churlotte, Columbia and Au?
gusta Stock, $100, par. 4.0
Spnrtanburg and Union B'ds,
State guarantee, 7 ""ri cent.. 45 50
Blue Itidgo Bonds, lat mort
gagu, 7 oent. 50
Cheruw anti Darlington B'nds,
1st mortgage, 8 *%1 cent- 88
Cherawand Dnrlincton B'nds,
2d mortgage, 8 "fi cent.
HANKS.
People's Bank of Churleaton.
Stock, par, S100.4
Union "I in uk Charleston Stock,
par, $50. 50
Planters' aud Mechanics'Bank
Charleston Stock, par, $25 22
Sonth Carolina Loan and
Trust Co. Stock, par, $100.. 100
First National Bank Slock,
par, $100. 124
People's Nut ion ?I Bunk Stock,
par. $100. 104
Bunk nf Charleston Stock,
par, $100. 18
Carolina Natiouul Bank of Co?
lumbia Stock, par, S100... 100
Central National Bunk of Co?
lumbia Stock, pur, $100.. . 100
South Carolina Bank and
Trust Co. Stock, pur, $100.
HANK NOTES.
Bank of Camden. 20
Bank of Chester. 15
Bank of Georgetown. 02
Bunk of Hamburg. 15
Bunk of Newberry. 10
Bank of South Carolina. 05
Bank of State of South Caro?
lina, prior to 18G1. 25
Bank of State of Sonth Caro?
lina. 1S61 and 1802. 25
Commercial Bank Columbia.. 08*
Exchange Bank of Columbia 03
Farinera' nud Exchange Bank
of Charleston. 02
Merchants! Bunk of Cheruw. 04
Plant? rs' Bank of Fairtield.. 04
State Bank. 04
These quotations nre liable to fluctua?
tion. Securities sent to nie will be re?
mitted for as directed, nt tho beat mar?
ket rutes. Stocks and Bonds of every
description bought and sold.
Rose's Hotel.
kS$x^\ IN view of tho influx of vi
&?t?*??r*r2 ?hers to Columbia, occasioned
ffl-?2??S&_hv the prevalence ot the yel
Mfl^-MffiSiiS*^ i(,w fever iii Charleston, the
proprietor' ul HOSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to re-open bin cumblialiiiieut for thu accom
nindntiou of the public at once, and therefore
withdraws the proposals hu baa heretofore
Ulalie I il its sale or u Ure.
The Motel will hutn-eiorw.trd bu conducted
na a tlrst elans ho'ise ot eal el tiiii.tnetit, ami
sp?cial priiviciiin ?ill lie made tor the comfort
ami convenience ot funiilieu.
Curring. ? und ali Ouiuibiis will be found at
every ai living nain. W. E. HOSE.
Aiii'u-i H'l
033 Concentrated Lye.
CASKS CONCENT?.ATED LYE. j'tut
x?i*i received and for salo low. at wholenalu
ami rut nil, by JOHN AGNEW A J>ONL_
NO Fl UK t'SKI) IN U ASlllNC.;.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
riMUS SOAP waahef perfectly jn cold water,
JL ault, hard or ?alt. It removoa grease,
oil and paint from garment*, Il wath? e all
kinds of good?- cotton, lb-1.rel, sill, or woolen.
It cleanse*! silvir, plated ware and jewelrv
without eera telling. It the articles are much
tarnished, rub limn with a piece of flannel
which lins plenty ol tho Soap cu it. To peoplo
who do their own washing, it ia invaluable.
It will save ita coat in ?n e warhing. For ealo,
in boxen ni thirty-six bars, bv
KIAVAllD HOTE,
April !> A pent for Ki.nt h Carolina.
Seed WhMt. .
rr pr HUS H El.S choicu UEIJ SEED WHEAT,
4 ?J_f r wah, by_K. HOPE.
01,1) HANK DILLS unit ?HUI IL.ATKD
CCltKlCNcY bought and sold bv
N..V 2:i Hmo D GAM KILL. Broker.
SPKC?AL, ATTKN'I 10> given tOtllCOOl
leetion of Commercial Taper, Interest
(iii state lind Hnilrnad lt?.tula and Stocks, and
Co-.ver-ion of Stat? Sectirtllea bv
\'"Vl1 limn r O ? VHT?1T,T?; Ttrok??r.
The only tine I'luyit.g Cards at POLLOCK S

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