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'Let our Juxt Censure
Attsnd the True Event.
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
H S5* O ???ce?, Jfrife O? k v '
It is np exaggeration to say that, unr
der. two Ac> plainly intended to author?
ize an issue of ta'000,000ot bonde, Gov.
Scott and his colleaguesitnay have issued
nil the : twenty-or thirty mill iona which
are said to have been glinted. There
was, indeed, no other limit to the issue
than such as might be'found in the
"honor and integrity'* of the financial
officers of the State. What that is
worth, the .people know too weih They
oan see for themselves that the financial
prospect grows darker and darker. They
mast eoe that,: to acknowledge, or pay,
claim 8 of the oh artic ter of those which
aro attempted to bo thrust upon them,
would be to connive at fraud and set a
premium' on successful 'knavery. They
must see that there is only one course to
pursue, whatever the cost, viz: to refuse
to recognize, or pay, any claim Which is
not proved to be legal, and to stop the
supplies. To withhold the taxes is to
hold the ring for at least two months in
tho. ja wa of. ruin.
The Charleston Cour i er says:
There is but. one honest path which is
o po ?? b?'??e Un. TLial pulu leads io pros?
perity, and ia to be found in the repudi?
ation of those debts which Scott and his
administration have fraudulently con?
tracted.. Governor Scott knows this,
and ho, therefore, wishes to put off the
evil day until his term of office- has ex?
pired^ If ho can colleot money easily,
he expects to postpone the whirlwind
whlch'must sweep-away his corrupt ad?
ministration,, but, .fortunately for our
people, ho.will not bc able.to succeed in
his designs unless we should prove false
to ourselves; and pay taxes to be applied
to-unlawful pur posos at tho bidding of
Governor: Bo bo rt K. Scott. We need
but watch and wait, refuse to pay taxes
until they oap be properly and legally
collected,' and repudiate the dishonest
debt, and the day will not be far distant
when'th? State,.having freed itself from
the unlawful debt which Scott has at?
tempted to ..contract, will begin anew a
career of prosperity, which will not be
impeded by<corrupt officials eager to sa?
crifice the' commonwealth for their own
personal gain. ...
The Marion Crescent says:
What is to be done? What can be
done?. These are, the questions we are to
consider. And'we have very little time
to think about it. Already the tax
gatherer's notice ?B out and the few dol?
lars which a barron crop year , has given
us must go to feed. the cormorants in
oharg?bf o?r'Treasury. 'Weare called
on to send more money to fill tho pookota
of these thieves whb. now confess to al?
most doable the debt they reported due
bythoStato in May last 1 . We are to en?
trust our'.money to those who have in?
creased oui- d?bt by millions, while tax?
ing us four times the amount we paid
when oar,property was ton times mote
valuable than now. Will we do it? For
our own part wo aro ready for' any mea*
sure which'-Will; relieve the people. It
seems likb> madness?to entrust money to
the custody of those who, by confession,
are convicted pf theft and fraud. Let
us ponder the matter. There must be a
way to defeat this monstrous wrong.
The Yorkville Enquirer says:
THB FBOFSB REMEDY.-Wo regret tc
perceive that-the Charleston Courier, re
forring to the alleged corruption of on:
State officials in; regard to the bon dec
debt, advocates, out-and-out repudiatioi
as a relief from bur pending ills; and tba
tho News, dwelling, upon the same sub
jeot, advisoB th? people to refuse to pa;
the State and County taxes now fallinj
duo, until a trustworthy exhibit is mad
of the entire liabilities of the State, an
until, furthermore, satisfactory gu arar
tees aro given that the moneys of th
people' Will, hereafter, be honorabl
The wisdom of either of theso plans i
extremely doubtful. Ii Governor Scot!
Niles G. Parker, Dr. Neaglo and other/
who are charged with perpetrating thes
alleged frauda, are guilty of the ohargei
let, them bo brought to the bar of justic
in a legal manner, and there be made i
answer for their misdeeds. Our Stat
officials aro amenable to the people fe
their acts, and the people have it in the:
?o~cr to hold them to a s trio t ncconnt<
iii ty for' the faithful performance c
Wp haye, had the. temerity on form<
occasions to advance the ola fogy an
somewhat obsolete dootrine that tv
wrongs flo'not make a right, and that
is better for an outraged people to se?
redress of their, grievances in a leg
manner; and we think subsequent dev
lopments of quite a reoent date pro1
the oorreotrjfees of the policy we ind
oated. We "suggest that same cour
in the present instance. Let us ig no
the idea of, repudiating legal obligation
and let the'people pay their taxes as tin
beoome dno; and having discharged o
duties properly, if our publia officers a
remiss in theirs, let them bo brought
oondign punishment in a legal manner
Tho Marion Star says:
REPUDIATION.-The outside of o
paper will explain to tho uninitiated t
frauds of the Radioal ring. If the i
Sort first circulated, we believe, by t!
few Tfork ; World, be true, then we s
repudiate every cent of the vast debt j
onrred by the present administratic
We don't propose to let men steal bc
* at home and abroad. One place a
Tba tax-payers of Mouth Carob
stand pledged to pay $9,000,000, but
?Tore. If .120,000,000 bo added, then
say repudiate. We favor payment of
honest debts, but wo don t agree to
Ki mp ton, Tim. Hurley Sc Co., be c
bankers with themselves as cashiers.
To all things there are limits. Soi
Carolina may be, in one sense of I
word, conquered; but her people are i
exactly fools or slaves. They don't
tend both to be tyrannized over by 1
General Government and to be rcibl
by the State officials.
... :J J i - . rr
Tt seems thal, politically, we nave little
hope, and, financially, we will have less,
if we suffer our credit to be-tossed about
in Wall street and enjoyed in Columbia.
The WinnBboro Neios saya:
A fraudulent issue of State bonds has
been proved beyond a doubt, and there
is but one remedy left tb the people, and
that is to express their determination,
when tho reins of government are re?
stored to their band?, to repudiate the
entire debt of .the State that has accu?
mulated since the inception of Governor
Scott's administration. That sensible
un rt fur. wi ali teil journal, the Charleston
Courier, deserves the credit of having
ii?di brought this idea tc tho notice of
the public, and has developed it so lu?
cidly and forcibly that, as a defensive
act, it will commend itself everywhere as
eminently wise and opportune.
We suggest that the tax-paying citi?
zens of every Gounty in the State hold
pnblio meetings at their respective Court
Houses, and give the subject tho consid?
eration that it sorely deserves. If the
proposition proves acceptable, let dele?
gates be appointed tb a State Conven?
tion, and the voice of the entire people
be heard, and heralded abroad in con?
demnation of the thieves and plunderers
who rule UH, and at tho same time let the
action of that body be so plain and un?
mistakable that it will effectually re?
strain the oorrnptions and abnses that
afflict us on all sides.
This matter is of so serious a nature
that we hope to see it thoroughly venti?
lated by the State press, and action
taken upon it at no distant day.
' THE TRUJO GROUNDS OP CONFI?
DENCE!.-Whenue comes that firm rebaneo
that absolute, uudoub ti nu faith in tho efficacy
of HOBTETTEB'B BTOMAOH BITTEBB aa i
remedy for indigestion, bilious disorders, in
tormittent and remittent favors, which not?
rlously prevails in all parts ot tho Unitei
Slates? This confidence baa been growinj
for twonty years, and it ia still extending. I
is not-the result of .credulity; it,has not boot
engendered by any human deviot, but it i
the spontaneous', and natural consequence o
experienoe. Whatrpeople see-daUy going o:
under their own eyes they cannotiquestion
When families in unhealthy*districts,'that rc
Bort to thia wholesome vegetable t?nic as
preventive, escape periodical fevora, an
their immediate neighbors, who neglect tba
precaution, aro prostrated . by the dise^<
now ia it possible that the phenomenon shoal
be without its lesson. In like manner, who
it ia seen.that obatinate caeca of dyapopah
of liver complaint, of constipation, of uer von
weakness, and of general debility, yield to tb
operation ot the famous remedy, how ca
ovon incrednlity itaelf withhold its endors?
ment? Eye-witnesses of the salutary effect
of tho Bitters, ara to be found in every civi
ized aottlement on this continent. The tboi
sands upon thousands who owu their reston
tion to health and strength, or their preservi
tion from aioknoss to its extraordinary med
oinal properties, are enthnsiastio in its praia
The multitudes who recommend it In a ncigl
borly way to their friorida and acqaaintancc
as well aa those who make public their eal
mate of ita virtues, are always ready to sta
their reasons for the faith that ia in t he i
They have all either felt or witnessed ita b
nefleent operations._Nov 17 -16
The DAILY BAFFLES of tho Charlott<
Charitable Association take placo every mor
lng, at 10 o'clock, at their ofllco, on Ma
etreet, opposite the Bite of Janney'a Hotel.
Lea & Perrins' Sance,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
"THE OM.Y GOOD SAUCE."
It improves appetite and digestion, and it
unrivaled for its flavor.
Wo are directed hy Messrs. LEA & PE
BINS to proBccnto all parties making or VOL
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 jfitno_Agents. Now York
THE CAUSE AND CURE OF CU
SUMPTION.-The primary cacao of Ct
sumption ia derangement of the digeative
gane. This derangement produces dcfloii
nutrition and assimilation. By assimil?t
I mean that process by whioh the nutrimeul
tho food is converted into blood, and thoi
into tho solids of the body, Persons w
digestion tims impaired, having the slig
eat pro-disposition to pulmonary disea
or it they take cold, will be very liable to hi
Consumption of the Lungs in some of
forma; and I hold that it will be impoaai
to cure any case of Cocaumption without fi
restoring a good digestion and healthy aesi
laiiou. Thu very first thing to bo done is
cloanso the atomaoh and bowels from all <
eased mucus and elimo, which ia clogg
these organs ao that thoy cannot perre
their functions, and then rouseup and rest
tho livor to a healthy action. For thia p
BOBO tho surest and best remedy is Schont
[andrake Pills. Theso Pills clean tho t
mach and bowels of all tho dead and mor
slirno that is causing disease and decay in
whole system. Thoy will oloar out tho li
of all diseased hilo that has accumula
thero, and rouao it up to a new and hoal
action, hy which natural and healthy hil
The stomach, bowels and liver aro t
oloansed by tho uso of Bohenok's Maudr
Pills; but there remaius in tho stomach
oxcess of acid, the organ is torpid and
apetite poor. ?In the bowels tho lac toals
weak, and requiring strength and auouort
is in a condition like this that Schenck a 1
woed Tonio proves to be the most valui
remedy ever discovered. It ls alkaline,
its uso will neutralize all excess of sold, n
ing tho stomach sweot and frosh; it will j
permanent tono, to this important organ,
create a good, hoarty appetite, and pre]
the system for tho first process of a good
gestion, and ultimately mako good, hoal
living blood. After this preparatory tr
ment, what romains to onre most casi
Consumption is the froe and persevering
ot Bohonok's Pulmonio Syrup. The Pulm
Syrup nourishes the system, purifies tho b
and is readily absorbed into the circulai
and thftnoo distributed to the diseased lu
There it ripens all morbid mattera, whe
in tho form of. abscesses or tubercles, and
then assista Natara to expel all the diseased
matter, in the form of'tree expectoration,
when onoe it ripens. It is then, by the great
healing and purifying properties of Bob.dock's
Pul m on ic Byrup, that all ulcers and cavltioB
are healed up sound, and my patient is cured.
The oBBontial thing to oe done in curing
Consumption is to get up a good appetite and
a good digestion, so that the body will grow
in Ooah and get strong. If a person baa diB
easod lungs-a cavity or abscess there-the
cavity oannot heal, the matter cannot ripen,
BO lom; as fhe system is below par. What is
noaoauary to euro is a new order of things-a
good appetite, a good nutrition, the body to
grow m flesh and get fat: then Nature is
helped, the cavities will heal, the matter will
ripen and bo thrown off in large quantities,
and the person rogain health and'strength!
This is the true and only plan to oure Con?
sumption, and if a person is very bad, it tue
lungs aro uot on Uroly destroyed, or even if
one lung is entirely geno, if there is enough
vitality left in tho other to heal up, there ie
1 have Been many persons cured with only
one sound lung, livo and enjoy life to a good
old ago. This is what Schr?ck'? Medicines
will do to cure Consumption. They will clean
out the stomach, sweeten and strengthen it,
get up a good digestion, and givo nature the
assistance she needs to clear thc system of all
tho disease that is lu tho lungs, whatever the
form mav be.
lt is important that while using Bohenck'B
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to
take cold; keep in-doors in cold and damp
weather; avoid night air, and takeout-door
exercise only in a genial and warm sun-shine.
I wish it distinctly understood that when I
recommend a patient to he careful in regard
to taking cold, while using my medicines, I do
so fer a special reason. A man who has but
partially reeovorcd from the effects of a bad
cold ia far moro liablo to a rolapae than one
who has boen entirely cured; and it ie precise?
ly tho samo in regard to Consumption, t?o
long as tho lungs aro not perfectly healed,
just so long is Ibero imminent danger of a full
returu of the disease. Hence it ia that I so
strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to an atmosphere
that ie not genial and pleasant. Confirmed
Consumptives' lungs are a mass of sores,
whioh tho least chango of atmosphere will in?
flamo. Thu grand secret of my success with
my modicinoB consists In my ability to subdue
inflammation instead of provoking it, as many
of the faculty do. An inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, bo exposed to tho
biting blasts of winter or thechifliog winds of
epring or autumn. It should ho carefully
shielded from all irritating influences. The
utmost oaution should be observed in this
particular, as without it a cure, under almost
any circumstances, is an impossibility.
The person should bo kept on a wholesome
and nutritious diet, and all the medicines con?
tinued until the body bas restored to it the
natural quantity of ilosh and strength.
I was myself cured by this treatment of tho
worst kind of Consumption, and have lived to
f;et fat and hearty th ene many years, with one
ung mostly gone. I have cured thoaaands
since, and very many have been cured by this
treatment whom I have never Been.
About the 1st of October I expect to take
possession of my new building, at the North?
east cornel- of Bixth and Arch streets, where
I shall bo pleased to givo advico to all who
may requiro it.
Full directions accompany all my remedies,
BO that a person in any part of the world can
be readilv cured by a strict observance of the
same. J. H. BCHENCK. M. D., Philadelphia.
For sale by druggists and dealers every?
where. JOHN F. HENRY, 8 Cohego Place,
New York, wholesale agent, Nov 19 ty
HAPPPY RELIEF FOR YOUNO MEN from
thc effects of Errors and Abusos in early
lifo. Manhood restored. Nervous debility
cured. Impediments to marriago removed.
Now met lind of treatment. New and romark
bio remedies. Books and Circulars sent free,
lu sealed envelopes.
AddrOBB, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct 15 2mo
FOR tho wiutor season, I will brow all
DOUBLE STRONG BEER. Drink
Beegers' unadulterated Doublo Strong Boer,
and you get tho worth of your money. This
Beer is also put up iu bottles, and for Bale at
$1.50 per dozen.
1 have also received a supply of the justly
celebrated PANCAKE-regarded the beBt
Chowing Tobacco. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
CONTAINING ninety-nine and two-thirds
por cent. (99.00 por cent.) Bolnblo matter.
Warranted free fro*nallimpurities. Prepared
in this oity, and for sale at the low price of
$15 por ton, caab, by
TOHN H. HOLMES,
Commission Morchatit, Charleston, B. 0.
Stovall's Excelsior Mills Floor,
jffia, WE keep largo supplies of this CELE?
NT BRATED FLOOR, which wo soil at
^?2? whole s ale or retail, and warrant the
quality. J. A. HENDRIX A. BRO.,
Nov ll Imo_Columbia, 8. C.
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS of all kinda and descriptions, plain
aud fanoy Candies, Nuts, Lemons, Figs,
Jellies and Canned Fruits.
Bread, Cakes aud Rolls, fresh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7 Main street.
Wanted to Hiro,
ACOTTON and GRAIN PLANTATION,
with rauloa oh it, for two or throo yoars,
hy au experienced planter. Apply by letter
to H. P., PIICEKIX office, Columbia.
Nov 14 tf4?
Union Timen, Lauronavillo Herald and
Nowhorry Herald copy twico and sond hills
and copy of paper to this ofilco. __
Desirable Country Residence for Sale.
THE undersigned offer for salo that tract of
LAND, with tho improvements thereon,
known as tho "Peckham placo," situated on
the Rice Creek Road, about two miles from
Columbia, near Barhamvillo. The tract con?
tains sixty-eight acres, aud has a large, con?
venient and comfortable Dwelling-house, with
elovou rooms, and other out-buildings.
Thia property will bo sold on oasy terms,
and for very much loss than its valuo. For
particulars, apply to
HENEY BEARD, or
Nov ISM_SAMUEL BEARD.
I li/TIBS CORDELIA MORDECAI announces
IvJL that her establishment, South-west cor?
ner of Sumter and Lady streets, is prepared
I to accommodate BOARDERS, permanent and
1transient, whero tho tastes and comforts of
the most fastidious will be guaranteed.
Nov 9 time
O'. BI. THOMPSON & CO.,
HA8 OD hand tho
jW\ largest, most faeh- EgMJH&A
L}f >w ionablo. etvlieh. dtt-^HPH^aBi
"(d'1 "4fi___ rabio and cheapestVBs^"'^^^
took of BOOTS and SHOES in tho Stato. All
A oomploto assortment of Gent's, Boys' and
Children's HATS and PAPS. Nov 6 8mo_
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFPBM my friends and
public in general that I have
_? - rr turri?-d fr??ii lim Nuriii,
W ?and am now prepared to fur?
nish all in want or G?NS. Hilles and Ropeat
era, of latest styles and host qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinds and descriptions, at reduced prices.
REPAIRING dono at short notion.
Nov 3_P. W. KRAFT. Main etrcet.
To the Ladies.
iajD___? THE PRIZE MEDAL WSH
awarded to Mrs. 0. E. HEED,
Wbfli kW ? Main street, Columbia, for the
M_".\\Jl HATS at tho Fair of tho
j^glUpl South Carolina Agrictdtural and
?((tfKfSv Mechanical Hocietv. She also lias
r?!?*rN8 full supply or BONNETS, Hate,
Ribbons, Flowers, Huir, Fura, Cloaks, and
everything usually kept in a tlrat class Milli?
nery Estahlislmient. Tho Ladies of Colum?
bia and else wh i re will pleaso call and seo for
themselves. Orders solicited. Prices re?
duced._ Nov 14_
State of South Carolina-Abbeville Co.
By L. L. Ovffln, Judge of 1'robate.
To Jamca Franldin Puckett, Andrew O.
Puckett, Thomas R. Puckett, Mary A. Pori
aon, Nancy Louisa Puckett, John Henry
Puckett, Mary Louisa Puckett, and Elisa
"T7"OU aro hereby required to appear at tho
JL Court of Prohato, to bo boldon at Abbo
vble C. H., for Abbeville County, on tho fifth
day of December, A. D. 1871, to snow cause, if
any you oau, why the Real Estate of Thomas
R. Puckett, deceased, situate in said County,
I on water? of Saluda River-bounding on lands
of Johu B. Boazman. Thomas ll. Puckett,
Jr., H. M. Pinson, William Foorke, John 8.
1.Turnor and others, and containiug two hun
I dred and six acres, moro or lesa-should not
I bo partitioned by allotting to tho Haid parties
above named, iu equal portions, if practicable;
and if not practicable, to divido or partition
tho same in equal portions to them; then to
I soil tho Barn o and divido tho proceeds. '
Given nndcr my hand and seal, this twenty
! first day of October, in the year ot our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and seventy
one, and in tho ninety-sixth year of Ameri
! can Independence.
L.L. GUFFIN, J. P. A.C.
To tho defendants, James F. Puckett, Andrew
C. Puckett, Nancy Louisa Puckett, John
Honrv Puckett. Mary Louisa Puckett and
Elisa 0. Puckett:
TAKE NOTICE, that a petition has thia
day boen tiled iu tho ofiico of tho Judge of
ProbatO for Abbeville County, Stato of South
Carolina, for tho partition of tho Heal Estate
of Thomas R. Puckett, and that unices you
appear and answer or domur to the same, on
I or before 5th December next, judgment will
bo entered as of ?ecord against you, and tho
relief pr a ved bo granted.
MCGOWAN A PARKER,
Pot 2G tliG_Plaintiff..' Attornoya.
State of South Carolina-Newberry Co.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Ez parte W. H. Whitlock. Pot it ion to enforce
Ex parte Jerry Evana. Petition to enforce
Meehi nic's Lien.
T_> Y order of this Court, passed in the above
I fl stated cauca, James W. Hayward, for
I whom tho huildiugh described in tho said pe
I tit ions weru erected, and on which William H.
Whitlock and Jerry Evana hold mechanic's
Hens, is required to answer said petitions, on
or beforo tho next term of thia Court.
All others, tho croditora of tho said James
W. Hayward, aro required also to tako notice
hereof, and to establish their claims, if any,
agaiuat said building, or tho aamo will bo
barred. TUOS. M. LAKE, C. C. P. N. C.
THE undersigned haa taken up
^^KA a position near his old stand, on
IfcZZZtfriieMMain ?trc?t, and is again propared
to supplv his customer a with good LIQUORS,
choice WINES, otc. LAGER on draught.
KEG A HU and TOBACCO of beat qnality. Tho
RESTAURANT will furnish OYSTERS and
Other substantials iu season. Schweitzer Case
at all times. A. STORK.
THE PALMETTO RESTAURANT,
Assembly Street, opposite Market,
ff*^, f~\ W now open for tho
I ^?kls%r ssssoOi ail(1 wi'l furnish
^Sigjr the best tho market s -J&B>K
afford. OYSTERS, FI8H and^Ss-^.
GAME served in any Btyle. The boat of
ivINES and LIQUORS can be had at tho bar.
Oct 20 Imo_D. McGUINNlS.Prop'r.
If Yon Want School Books,
po lo BRYAN Jfc MoOARTER, who have a
\JC freah supply o' English, French, Ger?
man and classical SCHCOL DOOKS, aleo of
School Stationery or every description, all for
sale at lowest market rates. Sept 19
lortn f\t\i\ FEET OF LUMBER,
OU' ',UUU 60.000 feet or well aoa
I Boned Flooring on hand.
Ordera for Lath, and all kinda Lumber filled
at short not'eo. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady St root and Oreenvillo Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY & CO.,
Oot 'IA 3mo box LIQ. Columbia. 8. O.
"TkON'T contain Strychnine. It ia pure, and
\) warranted tobo HO. March ll
-I (\r\ BOXES aaaortod CRACKERS.
IV_/V_7 1?0 boxea aaaortcd Canned Goods.
50 boxea Snap.
60 boxeB Candy,
nu boxes Candles.
200 b?rrela Flour.
60 barr?la Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to which wo Invito thu attention of tho
trado. _LOUICK h LOWRANCE._
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaaa, pints sud
quarts. For salo low. E. HOPE
1 C\ DARRELS Choico New Hailed BUCK?
AU WHEAT. For salo low by
Oot 25 JOHN AGNEW A BON.
BALTIMORE BRANCH OFFICE,
Carolina Life Insurance Go.,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
ASSETS OVER ... tl,O30,O00.
D. O. TRIMBLE.Secretary.
ISSUES POLICIES, either participating or j
nonparticipating, on all tho approved
plans of life insnranco. All Policies non-for
rei table. A definite cash Bnrrondcr valne gua?
ranteed on al' Policies after second annual
navmont. An >n ncrnnra wnntnd
BLACK, PORCHER A CO.,
State Agents, Columbia, S. O.
J. JJ. BLACK, P. SS. PCB CU EQ, E. TV. B EI?ELS,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on band a select
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL
_;itY, OLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
T> iiuE, which 1 will ditjuoao of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to Buit
REPAIRING in my lino dono promptly and
on good terms.
All articles and work warranted to bo as
I represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below PHOENIX office, Main street.
Private Boarding House,
BY MRS. SAMUEL TOWN?
SEND, Senato street, South?
east of the Capitol, one sqnaro I
_Ifrom Main Btrect, Columbia, I
S. U. _Pot 27 Imo
IN view of tho influx of vi- !
sitora to Columbia, occasioned
by the prevalence of the yoi-1
_!low fever in Charleston, tho
proprietor of ROSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to re-open his establishment for tho accom?
modation of the public at once, and therefore
withdraws the proposals be hns heretofore
made for its salo or lease.
The Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
as a first elane house of entertainment, and
special provision will bo made for tho comfort |
and convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will bo.found at I
every arriving train. W. E. ROSE.
August 30 _ ,
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receiving tho finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old add young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in this
market. No cuutom-mado can surpass, and
hut fow can equal thom, in style, and hu Lah,
We sell tho best, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from tho manufacturers direct.
Wo keep the Slar and True Fit constantly
on hand, and will tako orders for half dozen
or moro, and warrant a fit.
UNDER-WEAR in all varieties.
RUB BER CLOTRI NO.
GLOVES-Loather, Buck, Kid, Dog, Rat and
Soal. Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all stylos. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleevo and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
Bomo that won't coin.
Wo will tako Greenbacks at par for all
R. A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Central Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES.-Charleston-Bon. C. T.
Lowndes, Proaidont Pank of Charleston:
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of I
Charleston; Robert Adger, Esq., B. C. Prese- I
ley, Esq. Newberry. 8. C.-Rob t Ii. McCaugh- j
rin, Preeidout National Bank of Newberry.
Chester, S. C.-Mosers. MoAliley A Brawloy.
Special attention given to tho consignment
and salo of COTTON, Dried Fruit, Ac.
Sept 1_ j ita
Universal Life Insurance Company
WE aro doairouB of securing the servicei
of a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agente in South Carolina for tho Universal
Life Insnranco Company, of New York, with
whom liberal terms will be made. We desire
also responsible Local AgentB for eaah town
in tho State. M. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Snporintcndenta of Agencies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 8,1871.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Cococulua Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
Every One Brinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health._March ll
Martin's Slicing Snb-Soiler and Beep
THE undersigned having purchased the
right for this Stato to manufacturo and
Hell the above plow, tho beet and choapest yet
introduced, doairca a reliable Agent at every
Couiilv Court House in tho Stato.
Oct 10_ ED WARD HOPE.
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushel. Terms cash.
Sept 22_ JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Native and Foreign Wines.
QOUPPERNONG, Concord, Sautorne, Ola
IO rot, Champagnes, just received and foi
salo low. by_E. HOPE.
Choice Family Flour.
A BARRELS Extra Family, Medium'
4fc" t\J und Low Priced FLOUR, for salo
Baker's Superior Cod Liver Oil.
I *,) DOZEN Bakor's COD LIVER OIL, for
L ?5 salo, wholoaalo and rotail, hy
Oct 201 E. H. HEINIT8H, Druggist.
AAA FEET LUMBER. Par
?vJv/l F jw\J\J tios eau be supplied at
roaaonable ratoa by applying to
Bopt 2 J' 'HN E. GYLES, at HOOP'S store.
npsciAL ATTENTION given to theooU
ieotiou of Commercial Paper, Interest
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Securities, by
Nov 23 Gmo P. O AM BR I LL, Broker.
L ' ll A V?N G jost rc turned from* New York,
where* I made my pa chases, I am pre
r fill P&red to ahow one of the MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlcmen'a wear evor offered in thia mar?
ket, nj atock embraces Fropcb, English and
Hootch Case?ner?s, Cloths and Vestings, and
S full napp]y of Genta' Furnishing Goods ge?
nerally, i hayo also a very large stock of the
Celebrated "Star Shirts." A abare of patron?
age is respectfully si Hotted.
wMj store is located in Stork's new build?
ing."a few doors boiuW Ibe Old ?l??u.
Sept 17 J. g. EISENMANN.
Fall and Winter Goods.
->Afi THE undersigned begaleavetolnform
RA .bbl onatomers, and the publie general- ,
,. Wf ly, that he has just returned from New
York with the most/ oboice selection of toada
ever brought to thia market, embracing DOE?
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Ca el-'
meres, Yea tinga, Ac, of tho most modern
A large asaortmont of GENTS' FURNISH?
By paying OIOBO attention to business, he
expects to recciyo a share of tho publie pa?
tronage. O. D. EBERHARD!.
Goods Marked Down,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
WHERE money ia
low, trade is generally
dull. Thia condition of
things suggests econo?
my, and people begin to
look for bargains. Koch
being tho case in this
city, wo h av o concluded
All goods from their
origil.al prioe to euch
low fignTeb as will meet
tbe exigencies of the
To those in want of
ING. Bats and Gents'
Furnishing Goode, wo
say consult your own
interest and give ns a ?
call, ere purchasing
el ee where; and don't
forget that Franklin has
said: "Ho tbat spits
against the wind, spits "
in his own face."
We make special men- -J
tion of onr -,* .
Which is a real beauty, and no wardrobo is
complete without one. Call early, at
GOODMAN A BON'S,
Nov 5_Main Btreet.
Gr A EMENTS
ONLY NEED TO UK BEEN
TO BE APPRECIATED,
Coats, Pants and Vests
Very Latest Styles, .
AND au assortment to seleot from larger
than any evei seen in this city. Our stock of
IB nearly as large aa tho combined stocks in
this city, comprising everything new and
SUITS made for our own trade that will flt,
and at priooB that will please
UNDER GARMENTS, Gio voa, Scarfs, Dress?
ing Gowns, Ac.
Our stock is so largo that we aro deter?
mined to reduuo It, oven at a sacrifico.
Nov 5 E. & W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
rF it waa only in tho mattor of GR0CEBIE8,
thia question could never be asked, be
canse the people of Columbia and np-conntiy
already know the faot and act upon it.
We offer the hoBt gooda to be found in any
known market, and if better than the best
could possibly be had, we should have thom.
Our perishable goods aro fresh, daily. We
can scarcely supply the demand, dull aa timoa
are. In thia clans wo include Hams, Break?
fast Strips, Tongues, Ao.
In Floor--handling, wo think, moro heavily
tbau any merchant here, wo offer pnnnliar in
ducomonte iu quality BB in price.
In Liquors, I nm assured yon havo tho in?
side track. Wo trust all who givo us a call
will acknowledge the "Corn."
In Fanoy Groceries and Canned Goods, our
assort mi nt is unequaled; every novelty
Boing added to stook promptly, and standard
gooda always on hand.
So, doar reader, whenever your stock of
Groceries runs short; whenever a delicacy ia
required for the siok room; whenever the ap?
petite of tho epicure fails; in short, whenover
you want anything els? but Dry Goods Beets ?
and Shoes, or Queen's Delight, call; and we?
ean tell yon, also, whoro they can bo got fot
nothing, GEO. BYMMJLR?.