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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 19?T
THE OPINION OP TUE NEW YOUKPBBSS.
Most of :*ie New Yurk papers, of Sfttnr
day, offer some explanation, in their
money artioles, of-the "break" in Sooth
Carolina bonds. It will bo noticed that
Gc vern or Scott promises that the Jan?
uary interest shall be punctually paid.
The Tribune says:
In State bonds there has been a pret?
ty fair trade. Tho chief activity, how?
ever, was in South Carolinas, new
January and Joly bonds, which dechn-'d
from 37 yesterday to 82% to-day, though
later reaching in the street to 35%.
The late depression in these bonds IB
doe partially to the large sales of bonds
hypothecated on loan, and which the
borrower was unable to lift.
The Herald says:
The Southern list was generally dull
and quiet. The new South Carolinas
-vere exceptionally uctive and weak, a
sudden pressure of sales at the morning
board carrying the price of the July
issues down to 32%. Subsequently the
price recovered to 35%. The sales re?
ferred to were for the account of parties
who bad pledged the bonds as collaterals
and conld not redeem them, the owners
being unable to change the place of hy?
pothecation because of sensational ru?
mors as to an enormous over-issuo of
Capt. Williams, of tho British bark
Lucy, died on the voyage from Havana
Wednesday Evening, November 8.
Thursday Evening, November Q.
(This Night only, as Irwin's Hall ia engagod
for a Bab.)
The Tremaine Bros.,
John G-. Pierson,
Burlesque Operetta Troupe
ORIENTAL BELL RINGERS,
WILL appear during Fair Weok with tho
Wm. B. Tremaino,
John G. Pierson,
O. 8. Itobinaon,
Frank. Barry, Jr.
Doors open 74; oommenoe at 8 P. M. Ad?
mission 75 couts. %
Reserved seats can be obtained at Ly Brand*
4 Son's Muslo Htoro from 9 A. M. until G P.
M., eaob dav, withoni extra ohargo.
NOT 4, 6 7 8_
Room for All!
DONT leave the city before yon call at
wa da ? w?dbvasiMwal s9
Dry Goods Establishment and got sonic of
his many good
"ra a /""i i x "VT CJ
r> JL\ Ix A. 1 JN he
Look to yonr interest. Main "trcet, next to
Agnow Son._Nov 5
" mu m m:
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
AETICLE3 IK THE
DRY GOODS LINE
?1J^7"E have juat rotnrnad from the North
V V yin ancona tima thia ?a?) with iba
largest and boot line of DRY GOODS we over
have had the pleasure of offering to thia mar?
ket. Every department is crammed full ot
tholoo goods of every style, kind and variety.
A big stock of DREt-8 GOODB and Mens*
Wear-they aro in store and muat bo sold.
Also, Farer, Cloaks, Shawls. Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Tabla Linen and Dom6stio Goode of
all kinds. Notions-a large, very large stock.
EvinxMoa -Oar frionde toll us every day
?hat we sell the best and cheapest goods ia
.the eily; and, as we keep no Sash goods, bot
?Aa business io a piain, straightforward way,
it will be to your intorcst to pnrohaso your
gouda from ?_ -_
Nov a jr?fiTEE cc BTJSELE.
Corns, In-growing Nails, &c,
CURED BT DION H. UK IHJK Ii,
WITHOUT GIVING ANY PAIN.
TO THE LADIES.
LADIES not liking to havo their own Corns
attended to by a stranger, can do it
themselves by using Mona. Berger's COHN
SOLVENT, which acta only on Corns, and baa
no effsot whatbvor on tho flesh. Thia prepa?
ration contains neither alkali, poison nor
acid. Tho euro is certain. Apply at Hondrix
PIANO ?FORTE AGENCY.
?a^^A WM. H. OUCHABD a BWJ- ja !
J^*fe^-V. Professor of Music t?pS^^*.
yBRJ^pH laving dotormlned to fi g il!
T^O^JJ? ; Osuine Teaching, is now pro
pared m tako pupils on the Piano, Organ
and Onitar; also, in Vooal Music. [laving for
over TimiTY y KAUS had charge of tho Musical
Departments in tho first Pe?nalo Colloc.es
and Hchools of tho btato, ho deems it uiiuo
seasary lo muko any other reference to his
?jaali?aations as a Teacher.
Tho arrangements ho baa mado with seve?
red of the most celebrated Piano-makers, will
onablo bim to offer Instruments of tho very
first olass at prions that defy competition.
Spocimcn Pianos daily cx.'octud. Those in
vaut of IOOLI nuiiViiin ciij.i. ior to any fwor
offered for >-alo in thia market, will do well to
?amino before purchasing olanwhore.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEON8, Ac,
Toned and repaired in tho WOST PKBFKOT
atABMKB and on reaaonablo terms.
Apply at his residonco, corner of Boll and
Richland streets, or at His bookstore of
Mesara. Duffie A Chapman. Cot 17
AURKS? DECAY-When a plant or a
tree begins to decay it must needs die. It
cannot bo re-vitalized. Bot it ie not so with
haman beings. A human ruin can bo repair?
ed, atrongtbened, restored, though a brown
leaf or a withered blade of grass can never bo
made green again. In tho autumn of life, or
avon in its winter, v?uon natnre seems to bo
giving way under tho pressure of years, it is
still possible to retard thc progress of decay,
and to lend to ago more than ita wonted
vigor. As a means of promoting this object,
HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH BITTERS is un?
questionably tho most potent of all restora?
tives. It will not make the old young, but it
Mill prevent, lesson, or sooth tho iuilrmitics
which aro tho usual accompaniments of tho
declino of life. For debility and a lack of
uervoua power, from whatever carno arising,
it is tho medicino that ot all others beforo
tho world, best deserves tho 1.ame of a HIM:
OIFIO Iupmity, in invigorating properties,
in ita adaptation to weak stomachs and feeble
organizations, it has no competitor arnon
tho tonics of tho pharruacoi una, nor among
proprietory remedies, besides its strength?
ening principle, it possesses alterativo sud
regulating piopcrtiesof tho bigln-st order,
and as au anti-bilious medicino is tar prefera?
ble to any of tho urcparationa containing
mercury. Ti mu has shown that for physical
decay, nervous debility, dyspepsia. bilioU
disorders and intermittent fever, llosti ttcr's
Bitters is a remedy without a rival. '1 his in
the neilson of tho fall of tho leaf; let it re?
mind the old, tho feeble, tho sickly, to invigo?
rate and regulato their systems with this
groat vee? tiihlc tonic and alterativo. N fl +3
. THE CAU?E A KD CDD IO OF CON?
SUMPTION.-Tho primary causo of Con
aumptinn is derangement of tho digestive or?
gans. This derangement product a dtficieul
nutrition and assimilation. By aetimilatior
I moan that process by which tho nutrimento
tho food is converted into blood, and thone?
into tho solids of tho body, Persons witl
digestion thus impaired, having thc slight
oat pro-disposition to pulmonary disease
or if they tako cold, will be very liable to havi
Consumption of tho Lungs in somo of iii
forms; and I hold that it will bo impossibli
to cure any casu of Consumption withuut tirs
restoring a good digestion and healthy assimi
lation. Tho very first thing to bo douo ie ti
cleanso the stomach and bowels from all dis
oasod mpcus and alimo, which is cloggiUj
thoBO organs BO that thoy cannot perfore
their fuuetions, and then rouse up and r<-tttor?
tho liver to a healthy action, l'or thia pm
poso tho surest and boat remedy is Scheuck'
Al mi-1 ra Ko Pills. These rills olean tho ste
mach and bowels of all tho dead ami morbi
slime that is causing dieeiisoaud decav in th
whole system. They will clear out tho live
of all diseased hilo that has accumulate
j there; and rouse ?: up tu a now und health
action, by which natural and healthy bile i
Tho stomach, bowels and liver aro tin;
clean rf od by thu Uso of Schenck's Mandrill
Pill?; but there remains in tho stomach a
ex.-i-ss of acid, tho organ is torpid and ti
apotite poor. . In tho bowels thu lactcalfi ai
woak, and requiring str< ugth and support,
is in a cotiditiun like this that Schenck's Sci
weed Tonic proves to bo tho moat valu ab
remedy over discovered. It is alkaline, ur
ita uso will neutralizo all excess of acid, ma!
iug tho stomach sweet and frosh; it will gi'
permanent tono lo this important organ, ar
create a good, hearty appotito, and orena
the system for tho first procesa of a good cl
gestion, and ultimately mako good, health
living blood. After thia preparatory Iroa
mont, what romaine to euro moat cases
Consumption is the free and persevering u
of Schenck's PulmonicSyrup. Tho Pulm?n
Syrup nourishes the system, purifies the bloi
and ia readily absorbed into tho circulatio
and thence distributed to the diseased lunf
There i( ripons all morbid mattera, wheth
in tho form of abscesses or tubercles, a!
then aabista Nature to expel all the diBeas
matter, in tho form of tree expeotoratic
when once it ripena. It ia then, by the gre
bea li ot; and purifying properties of Scheuet
Puiraouic Syrup, that all ulcera and cavill
aro healed up sound, and my patient is curt
The ousential thing to be done in euri
Consumption is lu gut up a good appeiitu a
a good digestion, au that tho body will gr
in tlesh and got strong. If a poraon baa d
eased longa-a cavity or abscess there-t
cavity cannot beal, tho matter cannot rip<
ao long as Ibo system ia below par. What
necessary to cure is a now order nf things
good appetite, a good nutrition, tho body
grow in flesh and get fat: then Nature
helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter v
ripen and bo thrown off in largo quantiti
aud tho person regain health and streng
Thia is tho truo and only plan to euro Ci
sumption, ami if m person is vory bad. if I
lungs aro not entirely destroyed", or evon
one lung ia entirely gone, if tin-re is CHOU
vitality loft iu ibu einer io heal up, lucre
1 have seen many persons cured with ci
one sound lung, livo and enjoy lifo to a gc
old ago. This is what Schenck's Medici;
will do toenro Consumption. They will ch
out tho stomach, sweeten and strengthen
got up a good digestion, and give nature
aaaistaucc abo needs to clear thc system of
the disease that is in tho lungs, whatever
form may bo.
It'ia important that while using Schont
Medicines, caro should bu exe releed not
tako cold; keep io-.loora in cold und da
weather; avoid night air, and luke out-d
exercise only in a genial aud warm sun-rhi
I wit-h it tl ii-linet ly understood that whe
recommend a patient to tm careful in reg
to taking cold, while using my medicines, 1
so fer a special reason. A man who has
partially recovered from the t fleets ol a
cold is far muru liablo to a relapse thf.il
who has been entirely eured; atidltis prec
lythe sanio in regard to Consumption,
bing as thu lunga aro not perfectly bea
just so long is there imminent danger of a
.return of tho disease. Ilcnco it is that
otronuciualy caution pulmonary path
against exposing themselves toanatmosp!
that is not genial aud pleasant. Connri
I Consumptives' lungs aro a mass of so
which the least chango of atmosphere) wil
flamo. Tho grand secret of my success i
my mod i eines consists In my ability to aul
i ii ila m m ut ion lnatoad of provoking it, aa ni
of tho faculty do. An inflamed lung can
with aafciy to tho patient, bo exposed to
biting blasts of winter or thechilllng wind
apring or a ut um;;. It should bc carol
ahiohlcd from all irritating influencea.
.tmoat oaution should bo observed in
partioular, aa without it a euro, undor air
any circumstances, ia an impossibility.
Tho pereoit should be kept on a wholes
and nutritions diet, and all tho medicines
tinned until tho body ) aa reatorod to il
natural quantity of flesh and strengt h.
I was myself oared by this treatment of the1
wornt kind of Consumption, and h ?YO lived to
?;et fat and hearty these mauy years, with ono
aug mostly gone. I have cured thousands [
ainco, and very many have boen cured by tbis
treatment whom I have never seen.
About the 1st of october I oxpect to take
possession of my new building, at tho North?
east oornor of Sixth and Arch streets, where
I shall bo ploasod to givu advice to all who
may require it.
Full directions accompany all my remedies,
so that a person in any part of tho world eau
bo readily cured by a strict observance of tho
samo J.'ii. SCHENcK. M. L>., Pmiadulphia.
For sale by druggists aud dealers every?
where. JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place,
New York, wholesale agent. Nov 19 ty
Lea & Perrins' tfauce,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
.'TI1I0 ON li Y '.JODII J.AUCK."
It improves appetite aud digestion, aud it is
unrivaled for its flavor.
Wo aro directed by Messrs. LEA it PER
Hl NH to proscenio all parties making or vend?
ing count ci lt it H.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS.
Aug l? Jooro Agents. New York.
HAPI'PY RELIEF FOR YOUNO MEN from '
tho i fleets of Errors and Abures in early
lifo. Manhood r< sion d. Nervous debility
cured. Imperium nt- to marriage removed
Now method ol' trox t ment. New and remark
blu remedies, books aud Circulars sent free,
in sealed envelopes.
Address. H O WAHI) ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oe.? 13 2mo
FI8H, Meals and
Fruits, Club Fish,
Lamb Tongues, Sar?
dines, Dutch Her?
drings, Salmon, Lob?
sters, Deviled Ham, Oysters, Ooo Fish,
Smoked Halibut, Lardcllcn, Mackerel, all
Raisins, Currents, Prunes:, DatcH, Citron,
Almonds, Walnuts, brazil Nuts, Macaroni,
Vermicelli, Gelatine; Candies-assorted.
Cold Waler Soap, Babbitt's best Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, Sapoiio, Toilet
Pears, Poaches, Pine-apples and Jelly.
Rich Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese., Fino
appb) Chees?, Skimmed Cheese.
FINE GOSHEN Ii UTTER.
Flour-all grades; bacon, Ham and break?
Old Hyson. Young Hyson, Gun Fuwder,
English Breakfast, Oolong.
Candle"-Adamantine, Per afine and Wax.
Sweet California, Angelica, Sherry. Rhino
and French Wines and brandies, at
Oct 8_G. DI KR OKS'.
Cigars ! Cigars ! Cigars !
WE have now on baud a large stock of tho
following choice brands of CIGARS,
which wo aro offering at low flguros, and to
which wa invite thoso fond of a choice Cigar
to give a trial: !
Flor do Matanzas,
La Flor do Baltimore,
Lord Bvron, j
Gold Medal, Ac,,
Together with a largo assortment of low
priced Cigars, Cheroots Ac.
Oci 20 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Thornweli's Collected Writings, j
THEOLOOICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornweli's por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memorios of Pat mos. By MacDnff. ?2.
The Conservative Reformation and its The?
ology. By Hov. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. (5
Tho Unseen World. By Rev. Dr. Stork, tl
Her Lord and Master. By Florenco Marya! t
Won, not Wooed. By tho author of Brod in
tho Bono, Au 50 conta. i
Terrible Temptation. By Charles Reade.
Uniform odition of Graco Aguilor's Works,
such as Mother's Recompense, Vale of Cedars,
yo., at $1 pur volnme.
Tho above hooks ?ont to ?ny address, post
paid, on receipt of prico
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and daily ro
livhu/ from the manufac
torh f ..f New Y< rk, boston,
Cincinnati sud Louisvilleithe
largest assortment of FUR
N ITU UK over kopi in this market, oomiisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Lin
lug-Room Suite; 200 Bedsteads of diff?rent
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, thc
celebrated Georgia Split-hotlom Chairs.
AU kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in the heel manner.
Terms euch and Hood* rdienp, Ort 8ft
A. B. MULLIGAN,
CIIAItl.KKTOlV, ?. V.
MM-itt I WILL, when placer! in funds, pur
?'|>.iA?\ chase and forward all kinds of M?r
& aS8?.?cha?.diztf. Machinery, Agricultural Ita
plemontH. Fertilisers, Ao. Oct fi Hf
QAA AAA FKEt OP LUMBER,
O VM. /UU 00,000 foot of well sea?
soned Flooring on band
Orders for Lath, and all kinda Lumber nil'* "
at short not co. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
addrcas W. LOW HY A CO.,
Oot 23 Shoo Box 130, Columbia, 8. C.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP SotrrrnEBN Si -
cmuTiEsiN CH AitiiK-sTON. S. C- Jorrected,
November 7, 1871, by
Bunker aud Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
Names of Securities. Kate In. OJ" d Asked.
North Caroliua, old_ 6 _ 38
N. Uaroiinn, new. b* .... 20
South Carolina, old_ 6 70
S. Carol jun, new. G _ 41
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. Pi .... 70
Georgia, new, (gold)... 7 - ?0
Georgia, new. 7 - 8G
Georgia. G - 80
Tounosseo, old. G .... G7
Tennessee, new. G .... 67
Alabaron . 8 _ 98
Allillinna. 5 .... G8
Allanta, Gu., bonds_ 8 - 83
Athtutti, Gu., bouda_ 7 _ 73
Augusta. Ga., bonds... 7 81
Charleston stock. G .... 58
Charl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 .... 71
Columbia, S. C., bonds G .... G8
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 75
Macon, Ga., bonds.... 7 .... 75
Mobile, Ala. S _ 81)
Mobile, Alu. 5 _ 58
Montgomery, Ala. 8 .... 82
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
old... G .... 08
" new.. G .... 5G
indorsed G G2
Nashville, Tenu. G _ G2
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 _ 87
Wilmington, N. C. 8 _ 76
Wilmington, N. C. 6 _ 72,'.
Atlantic and (hilf. 7 .... 80
B IV lt., 1st mortgage 7 _ 52
Central Georgi. 7 1)6
Charleston and Savan.. G .... 65
Charlotte, Col. & Ang.. 7 _ 82
Cberawand Darlington 8 _ 90
Chorow k Dar., 2d mort 7 _ 72
Chesnp'ke & Ohio, gold G .... 93
East Tennessee, Virgi?
nia, endorsed. G .... GS
, East Tennessee und
Georgia, endorsed.. G .... 65
Georgia Railroad. 7 95
Green. & Col.. 1st mor. 7 _ 95
Green. it C., Stato guar 7 .... 55
Green. A Col., 2d mort 7 - 12
Lumens. 7 .... 50
Macon aud Augusta,
1st mortgage. 7 .... 85
Macon nud Augusta,
(1st mort.,) guar. by
Georgia Railroad... 7 .... 92
Macon and Brunswick,
guaranteed by State
of Georgia. 7 .... 75
Memphis ?Charleston. 7 85
Mississippi Central, 1st
mortgage. 7 .... SG
Mississippi Central, 2d
mortgago. 7 .... 75
Mississippi Sc Tennes?
see. 1st mortgage... 8 .... 85
Mississippi & Tennes?
see, consolidated.... 8 .... 75
Mobile and Girard, 1st
mortgage. 8 92
Mobile & Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8 _ 95
Montgomery and West
Point, 1st mortgage. 8 85
MuHcogeo, Ga. 7 *5
Nashville mid Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... G .... 72
North-East ern 1st mort. 8 _ 91
North-Eustern, 2d mort. 8 _ 83
Pensacola Sc Georgia,
1st mortgage. 7 .... 15
? Sav. it Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 75
j Suv. A-Char., State gua 7 _ 65
Suv. it Char., 2d mort. 8 _ 70
foti th Cnrl'a, 1st mort. 7 _ 87
South Carolina. 7 _ 69
South Carolina. 6 _ 67
Spurtuuburgand Union 7 _ 55
Western Alabama, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 .... 93
KAI MtoAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf.100 _ 26
Augusta & Savannah. 86
Central Georgia. 100 _ 117
Charlotte, Col. ,t Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 .... 100
Green, and Col. R. R.. 20 .... 2
Macon and Augusta.. . 100 .... 40
Macon and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis & Charleston. 25 K
North-eastern. 50 .... 10
Savannah it Charleston 100 _ 20
S. ih lt. R shares. 10b .... 34
S. C. R. R .t B'k shares 125 .... 34
South-western Georgia 100 92 ....
Poop's .Vi Wk Chnrl'n.
capital 8750,000. 100 _ 105
1st Nat'] Hank Chnrl'u
capital 8500,000. 100 .... 125
S. C. Loan ,t Trust Co. 100 .... 100
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a,
capital 820.1,000. 100 100 . . .
Central National Bank,
Gol'?., ctip'l 8100.000 100 100
Nation'l r.'k >f Chester,
Nat'l B'k nf newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spnrtanbtirg,
S. C. Bank it Trust Co.
capital 8200,000. 100 .... 100
Bank of Cbarleetcn.... 100 .... 21
Union Bank S. C. 50 .... 50
People's Bank So. Ca. 4
Plan. & Me. Bank S. C. 25 .... 23
Bulk of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 .
Charleston Oas Co.... 25 .... 20
Cbari'n City R.B. stock 50 _ 53
GranitovilloMan.Co... 100 112 -
G. & C. R. cert, iudeb. 51
N. E. R. R., cert.lebt. 65
Mt. Pleasant an?' .' alli
?au's Island Fi. ry Co. 100_ par
Virginia State Coupons- 46 -
Teunessoe M " - 60 -
City Murfrecsboro " .... 80 ....
City of Nashville coup's .... 85 ....
City Charleston ccr. in. par
City of Memphis coup. 75 ....
N. E. R. R. prof. stock. 40
S.&U. R. past due coup. GO
S. & C. R. pust duo coup. 50
Now York sight.% off pat
Gold. 11*13- 113
Silver. 103 ...
H. c. BANK nililiS.
.Bank of Charleston.
Batik of Caradeu. 15 ...
Bunk Georgetown. 1
Bunk of S. C. 5 ...
Sunk of Chester. 15 ...
I3auk of Hamburg. 18
Bunk of Newberry. 12 ...
Bank of tho State of
S. C., prior to '61. 30
?? issue 'Gl und '62_ 30
?Pl. A:Mee. Bunk Char'n.
?People's Bunk Cburl'n.
?Union Bunk Cbarlcs'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bunk, old.
?S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
State Bank. Charleston .... -1
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. .... 2
Exchange Bank? Colona- 8 ...
Com'l Bunk, of Colum_ 5
Mercb. Bunk of Cheraw ._ 3 ...
Planter's Bunk Fairfield_ 3 ...
S. C. bills recoivuble. 95 ..,
Charleston change bills. 95 ..
JB?f- Dills marked thus (*) aro boil
redeemed at tho counter of above ollie
Ii O OS ~
Get the Best !
?&gpf? MY lino of WATCHES
novv fl111 an<1 ronil'leto, a
fiS?a^HM~Mtatho public may depend
gulllug lliu best at tho lowest possible figur
as my facilities aro such that I di fy compi
lion from any maiket.
i I have also in store and constantly arrivi
all the newest styles o' Ladies' Si is, in L
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Qold, t, ,t
elegant designs in Chains, bracelets, ('han
Lockets, Ac; the lat? st and meet beaut!
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Pla'
Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday a
other pr?sent?t iona;
Repairing in all branches, hy the hctt wo
men and at reasonable rates.
ISAAC SUI ZBACflFR,
_ Oct 13 ColnmMa Hotel ROM
Mrs. ?. McCormick
WILL bo prepared to open
x5^Hlk. handsome and ?ell solee
^OfiHt stock of MILLINERY A
t^^ffiS FANCY ARTICLES ou FRID
?^BSK?M j,ld' returned fi
vwivtsf<tf lork, where she sparec
^^Vi'tVl Pains in tho selection of
?IM rttoc^' hoping thereby to he i
C wi to please each and every ono .
may favor her with a call.
tier stoek cousints of Bi.nr.otn, Hats
Caps, of tho latest and most fashion!
styles, naudsome Flowers and Feathei
endless variety. Corsets of the verj 1
make. Furs of tho latest styles, at rem
uhly low prices. Also, a good supply < f tl
I handsome ready-made Suit>-, all of ? Inch
ollera at very low juices.
Mrs McCormick solicits a continuntic
the kind patronage of the ladies of Cohn
and vicinity, assuring them that she wi
all in her power to please Oe
.^j. A LARGE supply of Lai
.=r"^*^Mirt.^ea and Children's lie-in
^?????Ag Hat?, Caps, Li'.ces, l-'nrs, (Ht
juyjiWJ^ Hihhous, Flowers, Wreaths
C'ff??j^ Bridal Ot tiers and Ton rn a nu
'? Hr Huir of every variety, Toilet
dos; all of winch will he sold very low,
ladies of Columbia and elsewhere ?viii p!
call and see for themselv? s, at
MRS. C. E. REED'S
Oct 14 3mo Main street. Columbia. S.
H AVI* O just returned rom New '
VKS where I made my nu chases I am
ia4 pared to show ono of thc MOST''lit
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen** wear . ver offered In lld:
kel. My Mock embra es Fri-iich. b'Uglis!
Scotch CaMfiiii' !-( H. ('lui In and Vealing*
I a tn1' supply "f < lents' Fm eh-hing O
nei'iiliy. l lime nlm a veri ?mito .-tock i
I cii lu iii?-il "Mar Shirl*." Ashanti ?ni
' ig?) 1* ll'-MM I'tlolU .? llC'tt d
I JJ? M) stol o is located in JU otk'? in W1
ing. a lew doors below ihe nhl stand
I Sept 17 I F EISENMA:
Fall and Winter Goods.
"+<L% THE undersignedbegaleavetoil
SA hi? customer*, and the publie gei
1 CL I j' i that he hun just lt turned fiotl
V i k with the most choict si lection of
iv i brought to this market. tmin acing
SKINS, Cloths, French aid hnidisb t
merv*, V?glings, AC, ut tlier mott ni
patti rn H
A large assortment of GEN l's' FUR1
Hy paling close attention lo businc
expects to rticciyu a share of the pul?
minago C. i>. ERER11AH
S. pi 20
The Southern and Atlantic
Now Opon for Ru si nena.
OFFICE, COLUM Ii IA 110 Tl
1,000,000 tie? can bo supt)
reasonable rate* hy appliing to
Sept 'J JoIIN E."OYLES, at Hone's a
The Woild-Renowntd Howe Sewing
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the M orid,
IN rango of work th's Machine cannot be
equalled. Will wo)k equally at ll ou Ulick
or thin goods, from gauze >o heaviest beaver
coatings, or oven lesthrr, without change ol
needle, tension or tincad. Wo will warrant
them to do this. Our Ano work is equal to
any, and our heavy work ? seels that ?-f any
other machine in thu world. Ladies wishing
to introduce the sewing into their families will
find it a groat Having ot timo, labor and ex?
pense to at onoe purchase the best. Persons
?rho have tried all machines are unanimous in
declaring this to bo thc easiest learned of any
in the market. If yon are prejudiced in favor
of any particular machine, at least examine
THE HOWE before you purchase.
ALFRED G. ELY,
Ooncral Agent for Knuth Carolina.
Office threo doora below Dr. Heinitnh's Drug
i Storo, Main street, Columbia, 8. G.
AFEW reacons why they shoald havo th*
preferonce over all others:
1. Wheeler A Wilson's Sowing Machino ie
much simpler than any of tho others; re?
quiring lots than half thc amount of ma?
2 As thc result of this simplicity, this mt
shine ia much |e?a liable than thc others t?.
get out of repair.
3 Another rotuli ol his simplicity ic
4 Another result is leas friclion, and, con?
sequently, greater easo and rapidity of mo
'.ion, with less imipe.
5. And greatest ol all, that ituscB no Shut?
tle, and makes the .otk stitch.
It is tho cheapest to buy thc beet. Tiny thc
machino that bas justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and indcpcndtncc
against a strnng and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years has thc Wheeler A
Wilson not only stood lirt-t and foremost, but
now stands tho nm i vailed Sewing Machine ot
tho enlightened civilized world. Boy thc ma?
chine that bas been thns tested and proved,
and then yon are suro to pc I the best. For
salo on tlio eai-icBt pnesiblo terms. Salee
room Main street, second door below I'IUI.MV
office, Columbia, 8. C.
J. S. PUR8LEY, Agent.
A. WHYTE, General Southern Agent.
June 21 Gmo
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MILLIONS Dear Testimony to the
Wonderful Curativo EOecta of
DR. WALKKK'S CALIFORNIA
J. WALKES Proprietor, lt ll. Meno* ALU & Co., Dmnliti ?aa
Urn. Ag'li.SaoFraociioo, Cat, ted 32 md 34 Ccmmarcc SI, N.V
Vlnccar Ritters) aro not avilo Fancy Drink.
Miulc of poor Hun;, Whiskey, Proof Spirit?
nnd Rcfnao Liquors doctored, spired and sweet
cneil to please tho taste, called "Tonics,' "Appetiz?
ers," "Restorers," A-c, that lead thc tippler on to
drunkenness and t ula, but arcntmo Medicine, mada
from thc Native Roots nnd Herbs of California, Ireo
from all Alcoholic Stlmulnnt* They arc the
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER nud A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, a prrf.it Renovator and
Invljrorntor of thc Br st om, carri lng of," nil pnUonont
matter .md restoring thc blood to ? healthy coi^nUon.
No person can take these Ritiera nccordinir to direc?
tions and remain l"iig unwell, provided their hones
nro not destroyed hy mineral poison or oilier means,
anil Iho vital organ* vatted hryond lh<; ni.'.r.t of re?
They oren deutle Pu run live AM well aa?
Tonic, possessing ulso, tho peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving ('.muratinn or Inflam?
mailoa of tho Liver, and alt thc Visceral Oranna.
FOR FE?tlAI.E ?'O?i? PLA i NT.**, whoilur In
younRor old. married or single, ?it !!:... dawn ol' wo
manhood or ni tim turn of life, thc*; Tmdr MtWchave
no equal. '
For laflnuiinuiory nud I bro uh- Rheuma
I liam nud Gout, Dyapepaia or I ndluesl lon,
III 11 nu a, liomin nu nud lulerailtlpnt Fever-*,
Disenso* of Ibo Blood, Liver, Kidneys, ?nd
Illadder, them Ditton, hara been mont successful.
Such D??ense? aro reused by Vlllnted Blood,
which U gt-ucrally produced by derangement of tba
Dili OM i vc Oren na.
DYSPEPSIA OH INDIGESTION, Head
ache, Pulu lu tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Bonr Eructations of tho Stomaclt,
Pud taste hi thc Month, Dillnus Attacks. PatpltaUoa
of thc Ileait, Inflammation of the Lung", Pain In the
regions of th? Kidneys, nnd a hundred other pnlufnl
j symptoms, are thc offsprings of Dyspepsia.
, They Invigorate the Stomach and stlniulato tho tor
? pld liver nud bowels, which render them of unequalled
! tfllcncy In demising thc blood of all Impurities, nnd
j impart lair new life and vigor to tho whole system,
j FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
: Rheum. Blotches Spot?, Pimples, r?stales. Rolls, Cor
! hunch's. Ring- Worms, Scald-Head, fiore Eyes, K.risip
I elua, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations ot tho Skin. Humors
j and Diseases of tho Skin, of whatever mime or nature,
; aro literally dug up and carried out of tho system In n
Ciort time hy iho usc of these. Ritters. One houle- ht
such ease? will convince Hie most incredulous Of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Plood whenever yon find its
Impurities bursting through thc skill In Pimples, Erup?
tion? or Pores, ricans? lt when von timi lt obstructed
and sluggish in the veins: cleanse II when lt is foul, curl
your feeling* will tell you when. Keep thc blood pun
and the health of thu Bystcm will follow.
PIN, TA PE, and other WORTHS, lurking Iii the
system of so many thousand*, arc effectually destroy?
ed and removed. For full directions, rcadcarenilfy
the. circular around each bottle, printed tn four lan?
guages-English, Cern?an, French aud Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. n. MCDONALD A CO..
Druggists and Cen. Agents, San Francisco, Col., and
32 ard 31 Commerce Street, New York.
CUT-SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS'.
Jan?l> GElGEi. ?v f"o'?i Mii^i-, am
1 f\f\ HOXKN assorted CP ACE ERR.
I \ " V* 1''0 boxes assorted Canned Gooda.
ftl huies Soap.
SO bo -ss Gandy.
fin boxea Candles. '
\ ?00 barrels Flour.
GO barrels Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to which wo invito tho attention of the
*lai^_ .. . T O' ICK A LOWRANCE.
Just noce ive a,
?I f\ nARHF.LS Choice New Hulled DUCK
I A" f WHEAT. For silo low bv
: Oct 25 JOHN AGNEW A RON.