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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
A STRIKING PAHALL-KL.-A Mr. Tilden
made a speech in New York, some day?
ago. which contains this striking com?
parison of men in publie station :
"lilven in tho corrupt times of Jumes
the First, the greatest intellect, perhaps,
which has appeared among men (Bacon)
was impeached by our ancestors, be?
cause, as Lord High Chancellor of Eng?
land, be had received presents from
suitors in causes depending beforo him.
His defence was that he had decided
those causes against the parties who had
made the presents. Orant has decided
the causes of those who were candidates
for the great civil trusts of the country
in favor of those who made him presents.
Jefferson left among the noble traditions
of his precepts and examples the maxims
that he would not appoint relatives to
office, whatever their fitness; and that
while in official life, he would do notning
to increase his fortune. He would keep
himself not only pure, but he would
hold high tho staudurd of public mo
rali ty. 1 do not wish to speak harshly of
the illustrious soldier who fills the Pre. :
dential chair. He may not have been
conscious of the evil in the fatal example
he has set. But whon thc two ideas of
personal gain and tho bestowal of office
are allowed to bo in ono mind nt the
saine time, they wiii become associated,
and it is but a step to the sale of the
Another remarkable reformation, such
us occurred in Madagascar a few yours
ago, is now sweeping through Syria,
whero people aro being converted by
thousands to Christianity. It was origi?
nated by a schism in the Muhomeduu
faith and is churned to have been foster?
ed by revelation. Of course it is at?
tended with many instances of persecu?
tion on tho part of the MuBBiilmau au?
thorities, in spite of which the move?
ment Ht il 1 goes on and threatens to be?
B. MELTON. W. A. CLACK.
MELTON & CLARK.
THE Law Firm of Carroll. Melton & Janney
haying hoon dissolved, I have associated
with me, in tho practice of Law, \V. A.
Clark, Esq. Tho business will hereafter he
aonducted in thu ii rm name of Melton .V
Olark. C. D. MELTON.
Oct 3 Imo
J. P. CA II Ito 1.1,. CUARLKS 1?. JANNT.Y.
CARROLL & J ANNEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, a. c.
S3" Oftice over Glaze's Jewclrv Store.
C. R. HOLMES,
Cotton Factor and Commis. Merchant,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
August 10 tamo
R. A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Cen ral H7.ni/, Charleston.
REFERKNCER- Charleston-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, PrCBidont Pank of Charleston; '
W. B. Smith, Euq., President Union Hank ni j
Charleston; Robert Adger, Esq , li. C. Pr?ts
loy.Esq. Newberry, S. C.-Roh't L. McCaugh
lin, President National Hank of Newberry.
Chester, S. C.-Messrs. McAliley A Brawlcy.
Special attention niven to the consignment
und salo of COTTON, L>ried Fruit, Ac.
Martin's Slicing Sub-Soiler and Deep
THE undersigned haviug purchased the
right for this State to mauufaciure and
eell tho above plow, the boat and cheapest yet
introduced, desire* a reliable Agent at every
County Court House in tho State.
Oct 10 EDWARD HOPE.
Lniversal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desirous of securing ibo servicei
of a half dozen active Canvassing
Agenta in South Carolina for thc Universal
Lifo Insurance Company, of Now York, with
whom liberal let nib will lie mude. Wo desire
?Iso responsible Local Agents for bach town !
in the Stale. M. W. OAKY, |
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agracies. I
COLUHMA, S. C., Sept*-inber ti, 1S71.
Sept ? _
The Southern and Atlantic
Now Open for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL. ,
First in the Field.
"1 f\ BARRELS NEW HULLED BUCK
\\J WHEAT FLOUR,
New Orleans and Silver Drip SYIIUPS.
Oct li? GED. KYM M KRS.
A TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
c. tubs Mountain Butter.
S tubs fine Goshen Butter.
All nico and fresh and for salo LOW.
Oot 1 LO BICK A LOW lt ANCE.
^ A LOT of fin? Kentucky
Wfrh-fr MULES and HORSES, just ar
VW rived. Call at
mfkmH DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. H. ORCHARD,,
ProfcBsor of Music.
_ _jhavbiR determined tuf I 9 -
i emmie Teaching, is now pre?
pared io take papila on the Piano, Organ
sud Guitar; alan, in Vocal Music. Having for
over THIRTY VKAUs liad charge of tho Musical
Departments in tho first Female Colleges
end Schools of the St ato, he deems it untie
?essary to ninke any other reference to his
qualifications as a 'leather.
The arrangements he has. marte with seve?
ral of tho most celebrated Piano-makers, will
enable him to offer Instruments of the verj
first clans at prices thal defy competition
Specimen Piano? daily expected. Those ii
want of Instruments superior to any ever
offered for - ale in this market, will do welt to
.;ianiine before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FOUIES, MELODKONS, Ac,
Tuned ami repaired in Hie MOST I-KUFKCT
KANNKU and on reasonable terms.
Anply al his residence, cot nur of Bull and
Richland streets, or at thu bookstore ot
Messrs. Dollie ,V Chapmun, Ort 17
If You Want School Books, Z
GO to ISUY\Nfc MoC \ lt TER, who have a
fresh supply of English, French, Ocr- ,
man and classical SCHOOL HOOKS, also of |
Behool Slat oiisry of every description, all for
aale at luw6st market rates. Sept lt)
TUB MA RT Y U)S OF NEGLECT.-It in
not too much to say that tone of thousands
aro now enduring; from biliousness, indigna?
tion, constipation, periodical fever?, general
debility and nervous afflictions, who might ho
restored to perfect health within a month or
Jesu hy thu mm of Ht STETTEl.'S BTO.MAOH
BITTERS. Thu multitudea wlio have been
cured of thone ami other ailments by thu usu
of this well-known speedie aro always ready
, lo testify lo its virtue as a preventive nud a
remedy. They aro spread over the whole
c inntry; they are eager lo praise and recom?
mend it; and yot, notwithstanding its vast
popularity. Ibero nre many invalida, and many
who arc continually exposed tu the epidemical
disease.*, against w hich it is a sure prided ion,
who, either through indifference or increduli?
ty, neglect to seizu thu opportunity to euro
and means of prevention, which they have
only to reach out their hands to obtain This
is strange; it is uno ot tin- anomalies of human
nature which it is impossible to account for
or explain. It i , however, quito certuin that
??very ilay tho uuuthcr of these martyrs of
neglect-ia diminishing. Thia ia proved hy the
statistics of tho sales of tho great re tn eil v.
During thc present fall thc demand for it has
increased beyond all precedent, and it seems
as if in the Jud the entire community would
realize tho important fact, that when all oilier
medicines proscribed for the above complaints
fail, il can and docs < fleet a euro. Aa a pro?
tection againat tho diaeuaes mont common al
this season, thorn ia nothing comparable with
iL_ _Oct 27 t3
THIS CAUSE AXD CUHE OF COS?
SUMPTION.-The primary cauto or Con
sumption is derangement of the digestive or
gana. This derangement products diiiciem
nutrition and assimilation. By aetimilatioi
I mean that process hy which tho uutriment o
tho food is converted into blood, and thenci
into tho eolida of tho body, Persons will
digestion thus impaired, having the flight
est pro-dispoeitiou to pulmonary disease
or if they take cold, will bo very liabloto havi
Consumption of thc Lungs in some of it
forms; and I hold that it will hu impossibl
to cure any cane of Consumption without firs
restoring a good digestion and healthy aeeitui
lat ion. Tho very first tiling to bo done is I
cleanse tho btomach and beweis from all dis
eased mucus and slime, which ia cloggini
these organa ?o that they cannot purnim
their functions, and then rousctipaud rvetor
tho liver to a healthy action, l or thia put
pose the surest and best remedy in Sehenek'
.tittil irake Tilla. Thcso Pilla ch an the su,
mach and bowels of all the dead and niorbi
slime that is canning disease ami di cay in th
whole system. They will clear out the live
of all diseased bile thal has accumulate
there, and rouse it. up to a new and health
action, by which'ualural ami healthy bile '
Tho stomach, bowels and liver are thu
cleansed by thu use of Scheu, h's M unli nk
Pills; hut lhere remains in tho stomach a
ox--cns ni ai id, the organ is torpid and th
apetite pour. In tho bowels tho lacteal* ai
weak, and requiring sin h'gtli and s.llppni t
iain a condun ti like this that Schonek's Sei
weed Tonic proven to be the most VAlliah
remedy ever discovered, lt ii alkaline, an
ita nae will neutralize all excess of acid, mal
ing thu stomach sweet and flesh; it will cn
permanent tone to thia important organ, an
cn uti-a good, hearty appetite, and prenti]
the ay s tem for thu tirst process o? a good ?1
sealion, and ultimately make good, health
living blood. After this preparatory trea
incut, what remains to euro mont canes
Consumption is thofroetind persevering in
of Scbetiek's I'ulniotiicSyriip. Tho Plllmoil
Syrup nourishes t lie aystem, purities the bim
and is readily absorbed into tho eirctilatio
and ihence diatribtlted tn tile diseased lilith
There it ripens all morbid mattera, wheth
in tho torin of abac, .-sen or tubercles, ai
then assists Nature to ? xpel all the diseasi
matter, in the lorn: of iron expuctoratio
when once it ripens. It ia then, by the gre
healing and purifying properties or Suhunel
Ptiliuonic Syrup, tliat all ulcers and oaviti
arc healed up sound, and my patient is cure
1'h.o essential thing to be done in euri)
C inaUiiipliiiii ia toget up a good appetite ai
a good dige.-ti. ii, so that thu body will gr?
in flesh and get strong, lt a person hus d
eased lunga a cavity or abscess there-t
cavity cannot bea;, the matter cunno! rip?
so ?mig as Ibo system is below par. What
necessary to euro is a new order of things
good appetite, a good nutrition, the body
grow ia tl es ll and g?-t fat; then Nat tue
helped, the cavitii n will beal, thc matter v
ripen ami he thrown oft m large ?pmiiiiti
ami the person regain health and siri ng
This is thu I rm- and only plan to cure IN
sumption, anil if a person ia very bad. if t
lunga are not entirely destroyed, or even
one lung ia entirely pone, if there is enou
vitality lett in thu other tu heal up, tbert
1 have seen many persona cured with o
one sound lung, live and enjoy life to a g<
old ago. Thia is what Scbetiek's Medici
will do t?i cure Consumption. Tin y will eli
out thu stomach, sweeten and strengihei
got up a good digestion, and give mil ure
assistance she needs to clear Ihr syst om ol
tin.' disease that is m the lungs, whatever
form mav be.
It is impoi tant tbat while using Schern
Medicines, caro should be CM reined not
take cold; keep in-doors in cold and da
weather; avoid night air, and take mit ti
exercise only in a genial anti warm sun-sh
1 wish it distinctly understood that win
recommend a patient to be careful in reg
to taking cold, while using my medicines,
nu Ici a special reason. A mau who has
partially recovered from the t ffi-cls ol a
cold is far more liable to a relapse than
who has been entirely cured; ami it ?a pren
ly tho sumo in regard to Consumption,
long as tho lungs aro not perfectly bea
just so long is. there imminent danger of a
rut urn of ibo disease. Hence it is that
strenuously caution pulmonary patii
igainat exposing themselves In an atmospl
that ia not genial ami pleasant. Con Ur
Consumptives' lungs, uro a mass nf an
Which the least chango nf atmosph?re uil
thuin?. Tho grand secret of my success'
my modicums consista in my ability to sui
i nil a in m a I ion in ni ead of provoking il, nun
nf tho faculty dd. An inflamed lung cali
with safety to the patient, bo noosed t<
hiting blasts nf winter or t heehilling wini
spring or autumn. It should be care
shielded from all irritating influences,
utmost cant inn should be observed in
particular, as without it a cure, uaVdcr ali
any circumstances, is an impossibility.
The person should be kept on a whole?,
a, id nutritious diet, and all tho medicines
tinned until tho body luis restored to i
nut ural quantity of llosh and strength.
I was un self cured by this treatment n
worst hind of Consumption, and have lir
Kel fat and hearty these many > cur?, wi t li ono
lung mostly gone. 1 have cured thousands
Hinco, and very many have been cured by tina
treatment whom I bavo never ?cen.
About the Int ol' October 1 expect to take
possession of my new building at tho North?
east corner of Sixth and Arch Ht reut a, where
I shall bo pleased to giv.: advice to all who
may require it.
Full direct iona accompany all my remedies,
so thal a perbon ill RU) nari of the world eau
bo readily cured by a strict observance nf the
samo J. H. SCHENCK. M I)., Philadelphia.
F?>r salo bv drUKtii<*ts and dealer? every?
where. JOHN F. HENRY, ? College I'lacu,
New York, wholesale accent, Nov l'l t.V
HA PITY RELIEF FOU YOUNO MEN from
the effects of Errors and Aburen in carly
lifo. Manhood restored. Nervous debility
cured. Impediment- to mari?uge removed
New method of treutment. Ni vt ?uni rctuurk
blu remedies. Hooka and Circulars neut free,
in sealed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSCCIAT1 (>N, No. '2
South Ninth street, Pbilndeluhia, Pa.
Oct 12 2mn
Get the Best !
tfPKfif^f? MY lino of WATCHES in
/cr\ rJnow full ami complete, am!
BSeHaggi^^^^,' lie public may depeml on
141 liing Hie o? ni at the lowest possible tignres
as my facilities are such that I d? fy competi?
tion from any maiket.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all tho newest styles of Ladies' Si ts, in Ida
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan. Gold, Jet, A c.
elogant designs in Chains, Hracolets, Charms
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautilu
patterns iu solid Silver und heavy lialci
Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday am
Repairing in all branche s, by the best work
men and at reasons ble rates.
ISAAC SUI ZBACHEH,
Oct 13 Columbia Hotel How.
T?ornwell's Collected Writings,
milLOLOOICAL and Ethical, 2 volume?
JL embelli.sbeil with Dr. ThoruwcU'e poi
trait. fi per volume.
Memories of Pat mos. Hy MacDnlT s'2.
Thc Conservative Iteformation nm! it* Tin
ology. Hy Hi v. Charles P. Kt nulli, Ii I? <:
The Unseen World. Hy Kev. Dr. Stoik. il
Her Loni and Munter Hy Florence Marya)
Won. len Wooed. By thc author of Hi ed 1
the Hone, .Vc fill cent*.
Terrible Temptation. Itv Charle* Read?
Uniform edition ol' f!raci< AguilorV W011 ;
Hin-h as Mother's Recompense, Vale 0} C. il ii 1
i1' c .util per volume.
'l'lui above b.ioks sent to any address, po:
paid, on receipt ot price
Au? 1 DUFFIE?V CHAPMAN,Booksellers.
v -A LAltGE supply <.? F La lie
?./^SfSh MipMCs and Children's Ronnel
^Sj?QL^.?/ Huts, Caps, Laces, hors, Cloak
SjJ^?^?v Hihbons, Flowers, Wrtaths IV
Mnf\?jF~A^ itriiliii Orders and Tournament
'? 1ST ll air of every variety. Toilet art
clcs; all of which will he sold vi ry low. Tl
ladies of Columbia and elsewhere will pluai
call and see for themselves, at
MHS C E. HEED'S,
Oct 14 limn Main street. Columbia. S. C
Mr?. A. McCormick
WILL be prepared lo open h
>dfjgfW. handsome and well induct <
AgSS st nek .. f M : LLi M. ? V A A
P^jgWa I'ANt.'Y ARTICLES oil ! I.?DA
pi&fy/jwfT ?S'"' Na,i j"8' returned Ire
??li v/w New York, where she spared
VJ f \ paiiiH in the select ion ot h
pk 11 stock, hoping thereby to be al
l? sri to please each ai.il every one w
may favor her willi a cull.
Her stock consists of Bonnets, Hate ?
Cups, ol' the latest mid most fn?l;io:uil
styles. Handsome Flowers und Feather*
endless variety. Cutset.-, ot ibo verj lu
make. Furs of tho latee! styles, al reinal
ably low prices. Also, a good supply ol'tin
handsome rca>'y-inaile (Mills, all ot whit h *
oller? at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick solicite a continuation
the kind patronage ot the Indi- ? ul Columl
and vicinity, assuring tin m that she will
all in her power to plcaso Oct ;
Vegetable BloodJand Liver Pills.
J'ure ??iii-! Pure /t?o?'/.' 1'ure /' ??>.'.
A MUCH needed medicine, in all tropi
J\. Climates, is a Blood Purifier sud a Lr
Itegtilator. Those PILLS combine the ess
tial properties td an Invigoratorof the Li
and I'm ilier of the Blood The largest or*
in thc body is' the Liver. It is tho yr
wm 1.-shoji of the body Wb. this importe
organ does not act. tho skill becomes 1
low; sick headache sets in, with chilly fi n
lions; cold handn and feet; pain III thc he
hectic fover; gastric disturbance; vomiting
feeling of weight in the region ol the Live
dr)'Cough. Among other symptoms ol li
derangement, aie s-iicinss tn tin rnt iot
the liver, across the stomach, und below
rib*; oppressed stomach; Lice somelii
flushed; feverishness in the nfi 1 moon ot
night; drowsiness utnl indolence; nerv
waichtulniss at night; melancholy, bli
dreams, commonly (rightful; chest oppn .
ami heavy; dalling nains m tin uinloii
faintness; sighing; dillicull und -hot 1 br-1
pain in i he clo st, about i be i un:;*, i om no
mistaken tor pleurisy; shitting pains,
those of rheumatism; colics; some turn
short, shutp cough, willi (Irvin ss ot tin
unpleasant throbbing a bon I the stoiiiucli
cess ol dandruff, and scurfy deposit on
?kin; falling of the bair; fulness and strain
of the abdomen, with desire to loosen
clothing, nour stomach, with symptom
dyspepsia; bilious cohen; dial linea; dy
ter) j fevers; (distillate constipai iou; inti r
tent fever, or fever and ague; jaundice;
liveness and diarrluei alt? 1 (lately; exp? ct
lion st ring V and sticky; foul mouth in
morning, often nansen and vomiting; il
nenn; pain in the right shoulder, m-uu l
in shoulder-blade; inability to Re on lett :
hiccough; occasionally, pain in b !'. slum
i-ense?able uso of tho BLOOD AM? Ll
HILLS, taken as din cl ed, will always pu
(his painful tem iualinn of the disorder.
These Hills ure lor sale bv
KD WA HI) ll. 1?EINITSII
Angnsl ?fl t ('himis! ami Drille
DONT contain Strychnine. It is nure
warranted tobe HO. Mani
CIlH'Vrv ci-Alils A \ I ) .If lt Y CKI
J KICATKH bought bv
Keb 5 D. CAM BRILL. Bro!
The raflle for Temperance Hall, Ac.
positively take place on the loth Novem
Oysters in Every Style.
S \ MY IloHtaurauti? in order Tor tho
winter fcaunti. and OYsTLTis and
JCJr <?tlier RcfrcahuientH will be ftirni--h
ed nt ?hort notice. -'How will yon have them
- rr iud. tussled or atcwod? ' G. DIKUCKS.
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE CAPITOL RESTAURANT. j
Xear writer Mnin and llvhhjp Strvets. \
l?TSi/"?} OYSTEItS io every ntvle fX>
xli?T IStewud, Fried and WM
'A?F Hroiled. (loud Litpuirn, line??"
Wino*, imported Cijjarn
N. li. l'ri va te KUi'l'KK ItntiMS.
F KAN KLIN A FINK,
Od 2*1 Proprietor*.
THE PALMETTO RESTAURANT, j
Assemlilij Strt t t, o?>?>oxitv Aturktl,
>rs^. / \ ls now open for tho
s^VI *Jr ni-iifcin. uud will lnrnit?h ^ttH. i
^Sffijir the tient thu market H -?^*tv I
nfl".rd. OYsTEHH, FISH and^S ?^S
(IAMK ?olveil in any ntyle. 'lim lient ot
\VI\KH mid LIQUOltS can ho had at Hie har.
Oct 2"> Imo 1). Mt:OClNMS. I'rop'r
Dancing School at Ttmperance Hall.
?l'UF.I'AHR yoHrnclvoH for the South
Carolina Club Itali. Learn how tn Hi and,
danoo or walk gracefully. MONS.
?bnOEIt teaelieH how to Dance correctly all
the varmua nquare, round, Gurman, and alvo
Fancy Dancen of every dcucriptinn. '1 bene
Fancy Dancen aro moat useful for thu im
provuiuent of thu carriage TerniH moderate.
Pupila taken hy the utiittM?n or tin; month.
Two ICJMOIIH per week. For particular?, ap?
ply at Hendrix Houno. Oct 1.1
NYE liavo received five dozen CHEVIOT
SHIHTS, that wo will warrant tho cloth pure,
and made hy D. lt J. Andereon, Glangow, who
manufacture these good* ( scluuivcly.
??3 pair flue Ii LACK CASSIM LUE FANTS.
HATS, HA TS, HATS. A frenh arrival. ?
Oct ir? Imo CHILDS .?.- WILLY.
The Wond-RenowiHd Howe Sewing'
Arriht' !>..!,j:*tuh:Mfti of Af/ in tb' HorW. j
IN i anuo ol woik thin Machine cannot be
eipialled. Will work t(pially well on thick
ur ihiii >dn, fioin nan/ io heaviest heaver
coati.ig?, or c v? ii lc nth" r, ullin.ut chance of
HOI il e, ti noleen or thread. We will wat rant
tin ni tn do thin, dur line work in equal to
any, und our heavy work exceln that of any
tither machine in tim world. Ladh-n winding '
to int roil nee the -t winy i itt > . t lu ir f i mil u .- will ?
lind it a great Having ol time, jahor and tx-1
penne to at once purchase the liv fi. Purnoo*
who have tried all machinen arc iinaiiimonn in :
di elai in g thin tu lu- the eanieni learned of any !
in the market. It you are pr? judlced in l'.iv..r |
of any particular machine, at leant examine!
TUE HOWE before von ptirchat-e.
ALFltED G ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Office three doom helow Dr. Ileitiitsh'tj D:n^
Store, Main Nt reel, Colituibi.i, S. C.
Sept 21 :hno
A "A TTTT I Til * V
t'IIAlt I.KS1 (IV, S. C.
.?; t ? ?\ 1 WILL, when placed iii tuieir-, pur
KU "'V'' HM' hiruaiil all kitidn nf Mt r
(sSS?rvhai di/?*. Machinery, Agricultural 1m
pleiuenln Kellili/.t-r-*, Ac i >. : li ;
Kuli M ml Winn r I
x i.-'im.nit il.il O I
IT'Ml'.hAClNU Hil Gu?
li novell ?en ot the
ot HMO II. We derire to
cull the attention of the
1>uhlic to our LA Ititi'.
l'Ut K. which for quan?
tity. Mylo and variety,
cannot tx; MI rp ?h.-ed m
the vii y tvery article
ht mg ot cuniolii make
and i r-pi chill) adapted
to I hin i Illunie. V? e in?
tend to lo i j. |)p w illi
the liiiii n in catering lo
the IMP II r ..( OUT i t'.r
11 - lu i rn, and nhuM, II?
heretofore, fi pp h our
nt Iven .-I I ?etl> to the o.d
adage, "Ooh li na I en and
Ur- Li h'l i- pill I'll HW) UK
GOODMAN ?V SON.
M nm nt reel.
Src?ers' Beer is Pure.
T don't contain Coppera*. Hull, line ?-i
Alum. M HI eh 1 i
Tito Dexter Stables.
I III-, iiiidrrnigncd have re?
lived their Stahlen to Hie ne?
hiiihling. iinti'eiliately South ol
ilautiey'n Hail. an.I, \?ii h a he?
ntock "of UAUKIAGEH. llUtl
(ilf.S nm. line HOhsl'.S, are prepared lo am
Hwcr nil cal!? thal may he made upon them
Hornea bought ami Hold < n cotiilninnion.
Pernonn m want ol good ntock. are invited to
give un a c.ill. Lo.i ral a lvaticen made on
ntock lett f..i nale. ll? ?til- ,\ t c.
W. IL Hoven.
C. Il. IVrrisun n. Jan 1?1
SPKC1AI, ATTKKTIOM givMi tnllieJoh
led ion of Commercial Paper, Intereni
?rn Slate :iinl Hailroad Itondn and Slockn, and
ConVer-|o|l ol Stale SeCUl ll len h\
Nov 2:? fimo r O\MltltlLL. Itroker
The mille t.>r I einpel am i Itali, Ac . wil
positivel) take place on the l?lh NilVVUlhlT.
_ HAVING just returned troui New York,
nHwhoro I made mv pa chases I nm pre
Mparcd to ?how ono of the MOST CHOICE
JULand H KL KC T
ST*OCK OF GOODS
for Geutlomon'e wear ever offered in this mar?
ket. My at nek ombra ea French, English and
Scotch Cassimert ..<, Cloths and Vestings, and
a full supply bf Ceuta' Furnishing Goods go
ncrally. 1 have also a very large stock of the
celebrated "Star Shirts." A share of patron?
age is icstactfully s licited.
i;ti'M> btore is located iu Stork's new build?
ing, a lew door? below the old stund.
Sept 17 J. F. EIKENMANN;
Fall and Winter Goods.
THE undersigned begsleavo to inform
his customers, and tho public general
_ly, that ho has just returned hom New
York with tho most choice selection of goods
ever brought tu this market, embracing DOE?
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Ca ci
meres, Vestings, Ac, of tho most modern
A largo assortment of GENTS' FURNISH?
Hy paying cloao attention lo business, he
expects to receive a tharo of the public pa
tmnago. C. D. EBERHARD:.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receiving the finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, tor old and young
gentlemen, that have ever been Offered in this
market. No custom-made can surpass, ami
but few eau equal them, in style, and li nish,
Wo sell the beet, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from the manufacturera direct.
We keep the Star and True Fit constantly
on baud, an i wdl tako orders for half dozen
or more, ano warrant a lit.
UNDER-WEAK in all varieties.
ll UR li Ell CLO Til I NO.
GLOVES-Leather, Buck, Kid. Dog, Rat and
Seal. Bargains to ho had tu GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all styles. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
some that won't coin.
Wo will take Greenbacks at par for all
these. Sept 20
B, & \Y, C. SWAFFIELD
?hu. HAVE JUST RECEIVED ^m*
SUB! the largest and choicest nic k \f\
JfEZm ?f ltK*DY-MADE CLOTH- irv
?fit?n^lNG. HATS nod FUKNlSH--UL
^t 1Nti GO DH, that they have ever
offered to the public, und embracing eveiy |
s.zi? mad?'. AH we intend to do a larg? r trade
than we have heretofore donn, we will he < II?
aided to sell ats SMALLKIt PROFIT than I
we have hi ivtoforc done.
( nu Fri neb styles ol
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Are acknowledged hyalite be the choicest ]
s?lection ul a.ls ever seen in this market
Our style ol GETTING LT' C AILMENTS will!
be superior to anything we have in-rctoloic
Our stock nf SHIRTS. SCARFS and UN?
DERWEAR net d bul to he seen to be ?ppr.-- ?
II ATS we have all the Uti si -I; b s.
Wo are still making to order those j ei lu i
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
S J* Count ry merchants supplied as cheaj
as any house South ol New York Sept lu
Kinsman Sf Howe//, \
Factors and Commission \
1J bera I Advances made on
Cotton and Na val Stores.
Charleston, S. C.
August 81 4iu
M. H. BERRY S
Main Street, ?cur I'la in.
^A^^^^^X NOW on hand slid d.iily re
?\j x * <. r?J.'' iviiig from the m a nu fae?
"3* m, j ^aan|i "'r'"" "f Nt ?v Yolk, Boston,
l?aato?i-3Sjr t'iiieinnali ao-l Louisville.tht
largest assortment of FUR
MTUIlEwVei kepi in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
itig-ltoom Suits; *2t'0 Hitdstcails of ililli rent
liatterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
I'olebraietl Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
All kinds ..1 MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING ami REPA! M NO done at
dior tesl noi iee anti in the best manner.
Terms en-It mid Goods cheap Oe ?111
STENHOUSE. MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers nnd Commission Merchants,
CHA ULoTTK, A*. C.
SOLICIT order* tor Cl ?I Tl >N. Com. Flour,
Bacon, Lard. Ac , and Family Groceries
generally < Irders tilled carefully and prompt.
lt Feb 7 i?r
OMI in Mi HM.I,s anil M f l 11. ATICO
critKKN? ? ....tight anti sohl t.v
N?v 23 ?mo I). GAM HILL. Broker.
Tbs only lino Playing Cards at POLLOCK S
AFEW reasons why they should havo lb?
preference over al) others:
1. Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing 51 nob ino is
mach simpler than any of the others; re?
quiring lets than halfthe amount of ma?
2 As tho result of this simplicity, HUB ma?
chino ie mncti lees liable than the others to
get out of repair.
3. Another result of thia simplicity ia
4. Another result in lens fr iction, and, con?
sequently, greater ease and rapidity of mo?
tion, with lena noise.
5. And greatest of all, thal it usia no Shut?
tle, and makea the Un ! stitch.
It is thc cheapest to buy the heat. Buy the
machino that has justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
against a strong slid bittercomnetitmn. 1 o:
moro than twenty'.}esra has tho Wheeler.v
Wilson not only stood 1-rst and foremost bu
now stnnda the uniivalled Sewing Machine ot
the enlightened civilized world. Buy tho ma?
chine that han been tinta teated and proved,
and then you arc nure to get the best. Foi
aalo ?ni tho canieat possible terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door below PHOH1X
office, Columbia, S. C.
J. S. PUR6LEY, Agent.
A. WnTTE, General Southern Agent.
.Tune 21 fimo
-fl f\f\\ BOXI> asm . . UA( KEIIS.
l\ P\_J KM! hosea at . ed Cann? dGood
f.O boxes Soap.
50 boxes Candy.
Qt) boxea Candle ?i.
200 barrels Flour.
50 b?rrela Whiskey, coming in and in store,
anil to which wo invite the attention of the
tra?le. LO HICK Ai LOW HAN OE.
WHOLE, Half Uarrela and Kita
^\/\"NO8 1, 2 and 3, Boston inspection,
just received and for Hale much lower than at
ar/y time siuco tho "lillie unpleasantness "
.sept 17 _E. HOPE.
MONLY CANNOT BUY IT'.
For Sight la Prlct-leaa!
But 'he Diamond Spectacles will Preserve U.
IF von value vonr eveaight nae these PKIt
FECT LJR?HBSi Ground from minute
crystal pebbles, melted together, and derive
their narnu "Diamond" on account of their
hardness and brilliancy. They will last manv
years without change, and are warranted su?
perior 'o all others, manufactured hy
J. E SPENCER Sc Ci)'., N. Y.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless stamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE. Jeweler
and Optician, is sole agent f?.r Columbia, S.
('.from whom tiny can only ho obtaired.
Nn peddlers emoloved Ju!> 20 Illly
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MILLIONS Ilenr Testimony to the
Wonderful Cu rm I vc Effects of
DR. WALKEIt'S < AMI OHMA
Ail JIM if?li?llil?s&
.'. WALKER l'r?iiririwr. l( ll M Oi vii.n * Co l>rugcl?U *B.1
lim. AK I,. SID Franclaen, I'j!., au I 3? tod 31 C. aimcrcu hi, N.Y
Vlnecnr Hitlers arc not avilo Fnncy Drink.
Mtule of Poor lt urn, Whiskey, rroof Spirits
mid Refuse Liquor?? rt? dorrit, Fplccd and sweet
. lo |il?:a#s t:.<- t. called "Tonic?,' ".\pp?-::?
er??,*' Restorers." Ac, l?e.it li ul thc tippler "ii tu
ii: nnlccuni ss n:.d ru II, i m are a ima Medicine, nindi
from the Native Hoot* a:ii| Herb* of California. Iree
from till Alcoholic St iltllllnnf M They are thc
OH KAT BLOOD Pt Kl Kl Kit nml A LIFE
GIVING PUINCIPLE, " perfect Ki-novutor arni
luvlgoriitor of tlio System, cariyiiig off nil i ' mon*
matter nml restoring Itu? l?1.1 lo :i lu allliy ronrtitlon.
No person caa take these Ritter* according to direr
lion* nml remain long unwell, provided their hones
ar?- not destrnyi-d hy mineral p?U?nn er other nicanf.
Hint the vllal organs w .isled heyond the point of re
P?!r. ' ^
They nrrn Contle Puiuntlvo n?. well ana
Tonie, possessing also, the prrillinr merit of acting
?rfnl nevill In rel
Coner*lion or infla!
malton of tin- Liver, amt nil Mir Visceral Organ?.
FOIt FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether ir,
young or nhl, married or tliiplr, at Hie il aw ii of wo
mntihooil er at thc tum ef lift?, these Tonic HP sers have
Kor 1 tiflniuninioi-y mal f 'hrouh- K hen ma -
11 ? in iiml (Joni. Dyspepsia or I ntligesl lon,
Hilton?. Remittent amt Inlertnilteni Fevers).
Discuses of ihr HIooil, Liver, K idnoya, und,
Hliuldcc. l!ie*e llRler* hara been niosi successful.
Such Dttenaea arr mused by Vitiated RIonri,
which l> generally produced hy derangement of tbs
Digc?t I ve (h irnnn.
DYSI'EI'SI \ OR INDIGESTION. Head,
ache, rain lu thu Shoulders, Coutilis, Tightness of thc
Cheat, Dizaine**, Pour Krertatlona of th?; Pt omach,
natl taste hi Ilia M..nth, p. lions Attacks. Palpitation
of the Heart, lufinmiiiiillon of lin- Lungs, Tain tn the
regions of the Ki.lin y-, :;?i 1 r him.Ired other painful
symptoms, nt?? the offspring's nf Dj -pepsin.
They invigorate thu Stomach .-.nd at Intu?ate the tor?
pid li\er and tm weh, whit li rn.h r them of uncuuallcd
efflcscy lu cleansing thc blood of oil Impurities, and
Impart In? new life nr..I % Igor lo thc whole system.
KOR SKIN DISEASES?Eruption?,Tetter,Salt
niipum, Blotches Spoin, Pimples, Pustules, Poli?, Car?
m?neles, King-Worms, Penld-llcnd, Poie Eye?, Erlsip.
elan. Hell, Scurfs, Ulscolorntloiis of Hie Skin. Humors
and Diseases of the Pk In, of whatever name or nature,
ore literally dug np and carried out of the system lo a
.?hort time hy the u?e of Ihese Hitters. One hettie la
auch -use* will cu?n luce Hie most Incredulous of their
i ar:?ll\ . eitel t.
Cleanse Hie Vitiated Plead nlienevrr yon find Ita
tinpiirltle-i lai... -nu through the skin In I'lmples. Erup?
tions or Hore*, cleanse lt ?hen yon find lt obstructed
ami sluggish in Hie veins ; ch ansi- ll n lieu lt is lout, and
your festlnga Will tell von when. Keep thc blood pure
and the health of ll.c si st i lu ? 111 fellow.
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking tn the
avstrm of HO many thousands, arv effectually destroy
ed and removed. Ker full direction?, read carefully
the rtrriilar around each hollie, printed In four Uu
gnages- English, drinan, French and Spanish.
,t. WALKER, Proprietor. R. fl. MCDONALD A CO..
Priii/glsts ami Cen. Agenta, Stn Francisco, Cal-,mi ?i
3".' ard 81 Coromrrre Street, New YorK.
rerpoi.u UY ALL PIRJUOISTS AND nuALBne.
Jai.7 |}> ly ?.it.iui.il & jmubauun.ukW