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"Let our Jn?t Oenuuxe Attnnd tQ0 Troe Event."
RV J A RTCT.'RV f!OTiTTM"RTA S f! SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12. 1871.fi VOL. VII-NO. 2o?
The meeting irais:' ?all?d 'larder yes?
terday morning, " aV ll ?'oldok, Gen eral
Kershaw, Vio?-President, took' the cbafr.1
On mdtion of General Conner, the
officers of the association wero re-el ec t
ed by acclamation. .
President, General Wado Hampton.
Y ice-Presidente, General R. H. Ander?
son, General J. B. Kershaw, General S.
McGbwan, Major T. G .Barker, Genera}
M. G. Butl?ry and General 'Arthur M.'
Mantganlt: ? < Seor e tar y, ? ol o a o 1 A. G.
HaskelL Treasurer, Captain W. K.
The Chair then a?nbun'oed the follow?
ing persona re-appointed on the Execu?
tive Board for the ensuing year:
Executive Board-Colonel Edward
McCrady, General Ellison Gapers, Gene?
ral James Conner, Colonel J. W. Mo
Catchen, Colonel W. H. Wallace, Colo?
nel J. H. Rion, Colonel G. Irvine
Tho srcSciaticV presentad on the 10th
by General Kershaw, and adopted;'was
brought np for r consideration,- together
_;tu ~? ?i-__ti.*
...... . va ?MW V/UUlUllUbC.
Tho resolution is as follows:
Resolved, That a oommittoo to consist
of one from each delegation in attend -
danoa be appointed, to consider and re
pott upon the - expedienoy. of some ac?
tion of this association at. the present
meeting, disavowing any. knowledge. on
our park, of the existence now or nfc any
time heretofore, of any societies or or?
ganizations having for their objeot the
unlawful deprivation of. any olass of citi?
zens of this State, of the free exercise of
all the privileges to whioh they are en?
titled under the terms of the recent
amendments to the Federal Constitution.
Also, as to the expedienoy of an address
to the people of thia State, urging the
disbandment of all organizations, if any
snoh there be, of the nature popularly
known as Kn Klux Klans, and generally
urging upon onr fellow-citizens a faith?
ful observance of existing laws, and a pa?
tient endurance of evils which may not
be oorreoted by legislative, political oi
social reforms. Also, that paid oom mit
tee report at an adjourned meeting, to bc
held this evening.
' The resolution was submitted to thc
Orangebarg, Gaptain Davis Trezevant
Charleston, General James Conner
Chesterfield, . Captain J, A. Wilson
Marlboro, Colonel J. W. Harrington
Rio h land, D. B. DeSanssnre; Sumter
Colonel J. D. Blanding; York, Colone
Cadi, Jones; Newberry, Thoa. S. (Moor
mau; Fairfield, Captain Samuel B
Clowney; Edgefield, Leroy F. Yeomans
Chester, Wm.> H. Brawley; Kershaw
General Kershaw; Greenville, Lieu ten
ant Perry;Lexington, H. W. Rice; Barn
well, General Johnson Hagood ; Genera
wade Hampton, r President; uhairman
General J. B. Kershaw.
The report as follows was adopted b;
the unanimous vote of the Convention
j. Tho committee to whom were ref erre i
certain resolutions inquiring into the es
pedienoy of certain action in regard t
the so-called Ka Klux Klans, respect full
report, that the subject matter Cf the it
solutions being foreign to the objects c
this association, whioh are all expresse
withont qualification or reservation i
our printed constitution H, tho co ra mi tte
deem any action of this body on tb
subject inexpedient and improper. Bb
inasmuch as it has been charged npo
us that we have participated in or oom
tenanoed the organizations referred tc
thc. committee recommend tho remov?
of snoh aspersions by the adoption <
the following resolution:
Resolved, That at no time has this a
sociation given countenance or oncou
agement to any organizations or comb
nations for the purpose of violating tl
established laws of the land, or the righ
of any person therenuder, and beret
earnestly and solemnly declare their di
approval of ali euch organizations,
any there be, existing in this State. R
"J. B. KERSHAW, Ohair'n.
Gen. Kershaw then requested Maj. 1
G. Barker, Vioe-PreBident, to take tl
obair, and addressed the convention <
the snbjeot of education of orphans
deceased soldiers, who, if living, won
be entitled to be members of the assoc
tion, and introduced the following rei
tatton, whioh was unanimously adopt?
Resolved, That a committee of fi
members of this association bo appoii
ed by the chair, to correspond with a
canvass the district associations np
the expediency and practicability of
tablishing a high school, for the eda*
tion of orphans, sons of that olass
persons who, if living, won Id be entit)
to membership of this association, une
the supervision and with (he aid and <
operation of the State Association, a
to report upon the same at tho n
meeting, accompanying said report w
a plan or plans for potting said sch
into operation, should the association
General Oonner presented the folh
ing resolution :
%\Resolved, That a com IQ it too of th
be appointed by the President, to |cc
manicato with the chairmen of dele
tion H from each District here r o pr oat
ed, or leading Confederates in Distr
not represented, requesting them
render assistance to the Confedei
Home, in Charleston, by sending
pupil (female) from eaoh Distriot to
Home to be educated-the ontire expc
for maintenance, olothing and ethical
being &200-and to canvass thoir ]
tr io ttl for that purpose and communie
with this committee.
General Kershaw accepted tho rcs
tion, to be submittted together \
the first presented by himself.
Major Barker, in the obair, comm
cated as information tho snggOB
whioh had been made, that the. fe
being raised by the Ladies' Monnme
Association might be applied to the ;
poso of a sohool for the sons of Conf
rato soldiers who bad fallen in tho w
Both resolutions were adopted by
unanimous voto, and the following com?
mittee was appointed: General Kershaw,
Ohairman; General Conner, Colonel Has?
kell, Colonel E. MoOrady, General E. P.
. On motion of Genend Kershaw, Major
T. G. Barker was added to the commit
The following oommittee was ap?
pointed, under the resolution of General
Conner, for the edaoation of the daugh?
ters: Captain Fairley, Captain G. H.
Moffitt, Colonel B. Rutledge.
The following resolution was offered
by Capt W. Li. DePass, whioh was
Resolved, That the Survivors' Associa?
tion here heard with pleasure the sugges?
tion that the moneys that aro being rais?
ed for the parp?se of erecting a suitable
monument to the Confederate dead,
Bhould be applied to the more elevated
and enduring purpose of educating the
orphans of tho gallent mon who gave
their lives for the "Lost Cause."
The following resolution by Captain
Baohman, was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the Survivors' Associa?
tion of the State of South Carolina, re?
spectfully tender their grateful thanks to
General Jubal A. Early, for his able, in?
structive aud valuable address, delivered
yesterday, and request that he will fur?
nish a copy for publication by the asso?
ciation, os a contribution to the history
and literature of the canso which wc
have so maoh at heart, ,'woll worthy ol
preservation in a prominent form.
On motion, the association adjourned,
SURVIVORS' BANQUET.-After the con
olnsion of General Early's address or
Friday night, the members of the Stab
Survivors' Association, with their invitee
guests, Bat down to a most sumptnom
banquet, prepared in McKenzie's bes
style. The tables were laid in Agnew'i
new hall, which, thoagh of large dimon
nions, was none too largo to accommo
date the company, consisting of ove:
two hundred guests. No pains or ex
pehse were spared on the part of th
committee having the matter in charge
to make it perfeot in every respect, an?
well wore their directions carried out
The bill of fare embraced everything ti
tempt the appetite and supply the wan
of the inner mun. There were, first
oysters in every style, wild and domesti
turkey, grouse, pheasants, partridge!
robins, ham, tongue, chioken salad, loh
ster salad, vegetables of every kind, io
cream, Roman pnnch, wine jelly, fruit c
all kinds, cakes, tarts, merengues, nut?
raisins, coffee, wines and liquors of tb
The' company entered to the music <
the band and seated themselves to tb
feast of good thiugs. General Hampto
presided at the head of tho table, flanke
on either side by distinguished officci
of the Confederate army, among tho)
Generals Early, Chesnut, Kershaw
Proston, Kennedy, Conner, Gary, H
good and others, with colonels and ca]
tains innumerable. The onslaught wi
speedily made npon the viands so bout
tifnlly provided, and Boon the clatter <
knives aad forks, and the rattle of dish?
alone wis heard. After these had bec
duly considered, the chairman called tl
company to ordor, and proposed tho ft
lowing regular toasts:
Jefferson Davis-Whioh was respond?
to by General Chesuut, who related e
yeral incidents showing tho perfeot u
cord and good feeling which exist
throughout the entire war between t
President and General Loo.
Robert E. Lee-As long as histo
lives, his memory guards the "lc
Responded to by General Kersha
who related a number of reminiscent
of the great chief tain, dating back to t
early years of tho war, showing forth I
noble oharacter as a gentleman and
The Army of Northern Virginie
Though its history is unwritten, and
glory uasung, its triumphs and tri
are enshrined in the memory of a c<
Responded to by General Early, w
was connected so intimately with tl
noble army. Tho General was parti
larly happy in his remarks, aud bronj
back to the recollection of many of
hearers the many memorable cam pa i j
of the Army of Northern Virgiuia.
Tlie Army of the West-Tho compo
of tho army of Virginia. It shared
dangers and the honors of tho armj
Responded to by Gen. Gary, w
thoagh bnt a short time connected v
that army, paid, to it a glorious t i ib
for ita gallantry and uncomplaining
charge of duty. Tho Chairman hav
been informed that thoro was preset
gallant cavalry officer of the army of
West, called upon Capt. W. T. tho
son, who responded in words of buri
j eloquence, paying a beautiful tribut
Onus. Marmaduke, Shelby uud Ster
Price, and the bravo mon who fough
I nobly under them. Capt. Thomr.
knew well ol. what ho spoke, as ho I
with his squadron, shared in all
perils and triumphs of that portio
tho army of the West wbioh operate
tho trans-Mississippi department.
Fort Sumter-It endured even unte
end. Its min is the most noble mi
ment of the bravery of its defender?
Responded to by Gol. Rion, one of the
brave defenders of that gallant old IO
nnment, who spoke with glowing elo?
quence of the unconquerable renie', nee
of the old fort, which was never surren?
The State of South Carolina-Oppress?
ed, slandered, despoiled, adversity only
strengthens the love we bear her.
Responded to hy Maj. Theodore^ G.
Barker, in a most eloquent manner,
nrging his surviving comrades to stand
fast in the faith for whioh they fought;
never to desert their principles nor their
State, but stand by them so long as lifo
Virginia, the Mother of Slates, States?
men and Heroes-Rich in all the gifts of
nature, richer in the courago of her peo?
ple. Wo honor her with grateful re?
membrances of her kindness to our sol?
Responded to by Gen. Freston, tho
majestic old Virginian by birth aud Ca?
rolinian by adoption. He portrayed
with deep feeling tho present condition
of our down-trodden State?, and feared
the worst had not yet como. God grant
that his fears for our future may never
Tile Conf?d?rale Navy-There being
no representativo present of this gallant
branch of tho service, the chairman
oalled upon Gen. Kennedy to respond,
who did in a happy manner, awarding
all praise to those gallant tars who car?
ried the Southern cross to every ooean in
the world and to the consternation of
thousands apon the high seas.
The Confederate Dead was drank stand?
ing and in silence. The chairman oalled
on Captain C. E. Chichester to respond,
who recalled the names of some of South
Carolina's illustrious dead, who gave
their lives for the lost causo-among
whom were Maxcy Gregg, Bernard Bee,
States Rights Gist, Clem. Stevens, Ste?
phen Elliott, J. Johnston Pettigrew,
Lawrence M. Keitt, Clin B. Dantzler,
John V. Mooro, Dargan, Marshall, Sim
kins, Langdon Choves, Haskell, Perrin,
Rion and that bravo young Irishman,
John Mitchell, and many others, bring?
ing up sad remembrances to many hearts.
The wants of tho widows and orphans
was called to remembrance, and those
who still survive were urged to cuusider
why they were spared, while others
were taken, and to remember that they
Wore spured for some important purpose
or duty, and it behooved them to find
out what that duty was, und perform it
Thc women of the South-Responded
to by Colonel Haskell, in a few chaste,
eloquent remarks, rendering a due meed
of praise to the fair patriotic ludies of
This closed the regular toasts. Volun?
teer toasts were then in order, and many
responses were given by different per?
sons present. Captain James Armstrong,
Jr., was particularly happy in his jovial
way. Tho entertainment was kept up
to quito a lato hour, and wno one of the
most pleasant re-unions which has ever
taken place in this city. There seemed
to pervade all the speeches a high grade
of sentiment, and a deep, earnest feeling
was perceptible on all, eminently becom?
ing the present sud and mournful condi?
tion of our State.
DEATH OF MR. JOHN MCCULLY, JR.
Wo regret to chronicle this morning the
death of our fellow citizen, Mr. John
McCnlly, Jr., which occurred on
Wednesday night last, after a short ill?
ness. Mr. McCully has been a success?
ful merobant of this place for the last
eighteen years.- Winnsboro News.
An excursion party passed ever the
first forty miles of the Port Royal Rail?
road on the 8th instant.
Mr. Fillman Miller, of Pickens, (the
father of twenty-two children,) died last
Mr. T. Lamback, one of the oldest
oitizens of Augusts, Go., died iu that
city on Thursday, tho i)th instant.
Mr. Adam E. Gibson, an old mer?
chant of Charleston, died on the Otb.
ASTORE, on M?in street. Possession
given immediately. Apply at this oftlce.
a Stovall's Excelsior Mills Floor.
WE koop largo supplies of tbia CELE?
BRATED FLOUR, which wo soil at
wholesale or retail, and warraut tLo
quality. J. A. BEND RIX Si BRO.,
Nov ll Imo Columbia, S. C.
MISS COLUMBIA'S Public School, or Will
it Blow Over, with 72 illustrations. By
Nast. SO couts.
Aunt Jane's Hero. By author of Stepping
Heavenwards. $1 CO
BtoricE from Old English Poetry. $1 CO.
i Tbo Laud of Lomo. By Robert Buchanan.
Tho Witness of History to Christ; tho Hul
soau Loot uros for 1870. Bv Hov. F. W. Far?
rar, F. lt. S $1 50.
Fronde's Second Series of Sbort Studies on
Great Subjects. $2 50.
Philosophy of Consciousness. By M ansel.
Emorgoncies, und How to Trent Thun; for
M D.'H. $3 00.
American Wonderland. By Bacho. $1.50.
Tho Member for Paris. By Trpis-Etoilos.
Transformations (or Metamorphoses) of
Insects, with 300 platts. Bv P. M. Duncan,
F. It. S.
Travels in tho Air. Elegantly illustrated.
By Jamos Glaiahor, F. R. S.
Somo now Snntlay-sehool Library Books,
new Juvenile Books from England, now No?
vels, Ac. For salo at
BRYAN tc McOARTER'B Bookstore.
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO JUICY CERT!"
FICATRS bonght bv
Fob 5 D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
BALTIMORE BRANCH OFFICE,
Carolina Life Insurance Go.,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
ASSETS OVER ... $1,030.000.
D. 0. TRIMBLE.Secretary.
TSSUES i'OLIC-IEb, cither participating or
J. nonparticipating, on all the approved
plans of lifo insurance. All Policies non-for
rei table. A definite cash surrender value gua?
ranteed cn all PoliciOB after second annual
payment. Active agents wanted.
BLAOK, PORCHER & CO.,
Si at ti Agonts, Columbia, B. 0.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling tho attontion of
the public to an examination of thoir
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church sud Parlor Organs,
Melodcone, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Plutos,
Accord?ons, Braes and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
lest ruction Dooks for every claus of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Mnaic sent bv mail, uoet paid, on receipt of
?rico; and all kinds o? Musical Goods sont by
Express, when ordered, to any part of tho
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for salo cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodcons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory mannor; and will givo
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any point
desired, at modorato prices.
AR orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring UB with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of I
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia, H. C._Nov 7
Removal.NEW GOODS.Removal I
HAVING just returned from New York,
i where I made my pu. chases, 1 am pro-1
Ipared to show one of tho MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in thia mar-1
ket. My stock embraces French, English and I
Scotch Caasimeres, Clothe and Vestings, and
a full supply of Gontu' Furnishing Goods ge?
nerally. I have also a very largo etock of tho
celebrated "Star Shirts." A share of patron?
age ie respectfully s licited.
ff3~My storo ia locatod in Stork's new build?
ing, a few doors bolow the old stund.
Sept 17_J. F. EISENMANN.
ONLY NEBO TO BF. SEEN
TO BE APPRECIATED.
Coats, Pants and Vests
Very Latest Styles,
AND au assort ment to eolect from larger
than any evoi seen in this eily. Our atock of |
Is nearly as largo as tho combined stocks in
this city, comprising everything new and
SUITS mado for our own trade that will fit,
?nd at prices that will ploaso.
UNDER GARMENTS, Glove?,.Scarfs, Dress?
ing Gowns, Ac
Our atock ia so largo that wo aro deter?
mined to rcdnco it, even at a sacrifico.
Nov 5 R. & w. C. SWAFFIELDL
CHILDS & WILEY
ARK dailv receiving Ibo finest READY
MADE "CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have ever ber n offered tn thia
market. No custom-made cnn surpass, and
but fow can equal them, in stylo, and finish,
Wo sell tho best, at lower rates than Minim
who don't bu j from ibo manufacturers direct,
Wekocp tho Star and True Fit constantly
on baud, and will take order? for half dozen
or mort!, anti narrant a lit.
UNDER-WEAK iu all varieties.
it un men CLO ritiNO.
GLOVES-Loather, Buck, Kid. ?og, Rat and
Beal, bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all stvles. Plain and faucy
Linen and Papor COLLARS.
Sloovo and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aomo that won't coin.
Wo will tako Greenbacks at par for al'
-I f\ BARRELS Choico New Hulled BUCK?
AU WHEAT. For salo low bv
Oct 25 JOHN AGNEW Si SON.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Htlabtielied in Columbia, S. C., 1819.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
of Hartford. Conn.
Inco>i>orated A. D. 1819. Charier Perpetual.
Cauri capital and surplus, after pay?
ing IOBSOB at Chicago.$4.000,000 I
Premiums received in 1870. 3,900,000 |
IT ia still tho loading aud strongest American
Fire Insurance Company. Thin grand old
Uro corporation has stood for more tuan HALF
A CENTURY as the towering beacon and inde?
structible bulwark of indemnity against FIBE.
It has passod through terrible ordeals. It
wont through that of 1835, tho great New
York conflagration, in tho most honorable and
triumphant manner. It also acquitted itself
most nobly in tho more recent Uro at Portland.
It bas just boen called on to pay its losses at
Chicago, which hus only takun a part of its
largo surplus-leaving ?ash assets of $4,000,
000 intact. Tho stock of tho Company now'
commands over $200 por share. The par value
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8,000,000 in
Qold. This Company had no agency at Chi
! cago at the timo of the Aro?- Its IOBS was
small. It subscribed $5,000 for tho benefit of
tho sufferers by tho lire.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Assets $1,500,000, aftor pay ing losses at Chi?
Union Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco.
1 This Company baa - fl ,ir>0,0(.() in Gold, after I
paying Chicago losses.
ltisks taken ny GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Oflico opposite. Colnmbia Hotel, in rear of I
Mr. W. J. DUFFIE'S Book-store. Nov8 3
Fall and Winter Goods.
t THE undersigned hegsloavo to inform
ra/a his cuntuuiera, and the publie general
mUL 1>\ that he has just returned from New
\t?rk with tho most choice selection of goods
ever brought to this market, embracing DOE-1
SKI NM, Cloths, Fronen and Engliah Ca si- [
meres, Vestings, Ac, of tho most modern
A largo assortment of OENTa' FURNISH?
By paying closo attention to buaiuoss, ke
expects to receiyu a share of tho publio pa?
tronage. C. D. EBERHARD 1.
Stoves, Stoves! Stoves!
fl'".HE largest and finest assortment of
X STOVES that has ever been brought to
tho Southern market, among which is to ho
found tho celebrated Cotton Plant, improved.
Tho Oven of tins stove bas been enlarged, and
utanda at tho hoad of all other cooking
Stove?; also, tho old Cotton Plant, at a re?
duced price; the Gray Jacket, Magnolia,
Queen of the South, Sunny South and the
Parlor Conk, which the public are invited to
call and examine
A large assortment of Hoating Stoves, con?
sisting of fivo sizes nf Box Stoves, throe
sizes Parlor Climax, for wood and coal; the
Franklin Gem, for coal; Franklin Stoves, for
wood; Parlor Air-tight Moves, and a variety |
of other Stoves. Tho abovo Stoves are manu?
factured by Abendroth Brothers for the
An extensive assortment of Orates, Marble
Mantel Pieces, Tile, Hearth and Orate Fix?
Tho largest assortment of Plumbing Mate?
rials ever brought to this market, consisting
of Marhlo Top Wash-stands, Silver Plated
Basius and Bibb Cocka, and Bath Tub Fix?
Copper Bath Tubs, aud a variety of Galvan?
ized lion Sinks and Earthen Drain Pipu.
A fine nssnrtmcut of Brntdios, Wood and
Willow Wi're; a largo assortment of Plain,
stamped, donnish and Japanned lin Ware
Plumbing work done in thc nf?st approved
style; t in and Sheet Iron work mada to order;
Booting mid (?ulti ring dono to order.
No v 7 ? A .PA t.MER.
ThornweH's Collected Writings,
npUF.OL0OI0AL nnd Ethical, 2 volnmcB,
_L embellished with Dr. ThornweH's por- [
trait, f i per volume.
Memories of Patmos. By MacDuff. $2.
The Conservative Reformation and it? Thc
ology. Bv Hov. Charles' P Krowth, D. D. $5.
The Unseen World. By Rev. Dr. Stork. $1.
MC VV NOVKLK,
lier bord and Master By Florence Maryatt |
Won, not Wooed. By tho author of Bred in |
tho Bono, (Vc 50 conte.
Tririhlo Temptation. By Charles Boado.
I Uniform edition of Grace Aguilor'a Whrka,
such an Mother's Becompenso, Vale of Codars,
?..c., at $1 per volume.
Tho abovo hooks sent to any eddrens, post
paid, on receipt of prico
Aug 1 DB F FIEjV CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
-j f \ li\LF CHESTS assorted TEA. Though I
JLvl tho prico in market baa advanced 15 per
?ont , wo ancoceded in getting our August bill
duplicated, which wo offer nt samo prico ae
Se/oro. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
I Urn, ?L. McCormiok
m WILL lie prepared to open ber
^?S? bande?me and well seleoted
JSeSBk stock of MILLINERY AND
fUmBFANCY ARTICLEH on FRIDAY,
*3S5SBJ8 the Otb inst.
?SUpBJV She ban just retnrned irom
f?Wnffil New York, whero she e-pared IJO
W'Twvl P*ln8 la tho selection of her
fi ill Block, hoping thereby to be able
.ft lari to please esoh and every ono who
mar favor ber with a call.
Her stock coselete of Bonnets, Hats and
Cape, or the latest and most fashionable
styles. Handsome Flowers and Feathers in
endiosa variety. Corsets of the very beat
make. Furs of the latest styles, at remark?
ably low prices. Also, a good supply of thoao
handsome ready-made Bults, all of which she
offers at very low prices.
Mrs MoCormicK solicita a continuation of
Mic kind patronage of the ladies of Colombia
and vicinity, assuring them that she will do
all in bor power to please. Oct S
^ A LARGE supply of Ladies,
.?28<wtaM'B8CP ant* Children's Bonnets,
3S*i???? Hats, Cape, Lacee, Fnre, Cloaks,
J3??*Syx Ribbons. Flowers, Wreaths for
^?fY^-*V^ Bridal Orders and Tournaments,
' ? ir Han* of every variety, Toilet arti?
stes; all of which will bo sold very low. Tho
ladies of Conimbia and elsewhere will ploaao
sall and soo for themselves, at
MRS. C. E. REED'S,
Oct 14 3mo Main street, Columbia, 8. O.
IF it was only in the matter ot GROCERIES,
this question could never bo asked, bo
canse the peoplo of Columbia and up-cbnntiy
already know the f sot and act upon it.
Wo offer the best goods to bo found in any
known market, and if bettor than the best
could possibly be had, we should have them.
Our perishable goods aro fresh, daily. Wo
can scarcely supply the demand, dull aa times
aro. In this claee wo include Hame, Break?
fast Strips, Tongnes, Ac.
In Flour-handling, wo think, more heavily
than any merchant herc, wo offer peculiar in?
ducements, in quality as in price.
In Liquors, I am assured you havo the in?
side track. Wo trust all who givo us a call
will acknowledge the "Corn."
In Fancy Groceries and Canned Goods, our
assortment 1B unequaled; every novelty
Being added to stock promptly, and standard
goods always on hand.
So, dear reader, whenever your stock of
Grocerios runs short; whenever a delicacy ia
required for tho Bick room; whenever the ap?
petite of tho epicure fails; in short, whenever
you want anything else but Dry Goods, Boot a
and shoes, or Queen'? Delight, call; and wo
can tell you, also, whero they can bo got for
nothing. GEO. 8YUMERS.
Georgia Lime and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their 8DELL LIME to tho planting
public in full confidence in its excellence
It was extensively aeon tho past season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, and has given entire
satisfaction, as is shown by a nnmber ot
certificates from aomo of tho boat planters in
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our prmes. for Fertilizing, or X Lime, is $15
uer ton caeh, put up in caekB or barrels, de?
livered in the city nf Angosta or at any huid?
me ou tho Savannah River. The prioo of our
XXX, cr Maaou'd Lime, is $2 por barroi, de?
livered as above.
Wo aro agenta for tho celebrated "Stonewall
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English Dis?
solved Bono," which wo receivo direct from
England, and can offer to thu publio at re?
duced prices. COLES, SIZER A CO.,
No. ll McIntosh street, Augusta, Ga.
Agent, THOS. B. CLARKSON, Columbia, S.
0._Pot 13 gmo
" nw m
G. DI E RCKS'.
FISH, Meats and ^
???m FrnitBx.Clnb FIBB- /?-TFTO
3f M Lamb Tongues, Sar- b?fU^UB
lila dines, Dutch Her- \T tfiJKfflBr
gaglllBMiringa, Salmon. Lob-SKHSHaM?
stera, Deviled Barn, Oysters, Cod Fish.
Smoked Halibut, Lardollen, Mackerel, ali
Raisins, Currents, Prunes.. Dates, Citron,
Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nota, Macaroni,
Vermicelli, Gclatino; Candios-assorted.
Cold Water Soap, Babbitt's best Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, Sapo?o, Toilet
Pears, Peaches, Pine-appleB and Jelly.
Rich Cream Cheoeo, 8wies Cheese, Pine?
apple CheeBO, Skimmed Cheese.
FINE GOSHEN BUTTER.
Flour-all grades; Bacon, Ham and Break?
Old Ilvaon, Yoong Hysou, Gun Powder,
English Breakfast, Oolong.
Caudles-Adamantine, Porallno and Wax.
Sweet California, Angelica, Sherry. Rhine
and Kreuch Wines and Brandies, at
Oct 8 ._G. PIERCES'.
Tlie Southern and Atlantic
Now Open for Bnsiness.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
Native and Foreign Wine?.
SCUPPERNONG, Concord, SanternB, Cla
rot, Champagnes, just received and for
Balo low, by__E. HOPE.
If You Want School Bootu,
GO to BRYAN it McOARTER, who have a
fresh Bnpply of English. French. Ger?
man and olnaaical SCHOOL BOOKS, also of
School Stationery of ovory description, all for
sale at lowest market ratos._Sept 19 x
The Doctors Recommend Seegera' Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is unadulterated.
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTHK,
? tuba Mountain Butter.
3 tuba fine Goshen Butter.
All nioo and fresh rend for salo LOY/.
jOot 1_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given tothooo.'
lention of Commercial Paper,.IntcreBt
on Stato and Railroad Bonds ano Stocks, and
Conversion of Stato Soourltioa, by
Nov 23 Gmo D, GAMBRILL, Broker.