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?Y J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. 0., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1871. VOL. VII-NO^lIT
A OkiifEan FU?TEBAI?. -The 200 China
mouja Jue: employ of Oapt. Hervey, at
Belleville, New Jersey, have jost buried
one of their namber, Mr. Am Sing, late
of Gunton. Zia Biog was only twenty
years oj. age.. ? He waa beloved by bia
countrymen, and great efforts were made
to make his ' obsequies imposing. The
body was dressed in Sahday attire, oon
sistiog of a new Nanking suit, abd placed
iu au elegant walnqt, coffin, whiob waa
immediately sealod. At 2 o'clock in the
afternoon the coffin was placed on a
wagon (a hearse being objected,) abd a
long prooeaaiou followed. First came
150 Ohiuamen, dressed io their national
costume, walking, silently two by two;
after them followed the women employed
in the laundry, then Capt. Hervey, his
family and toe reporters in carriages.
Tho cortege moved on no tu a neatly in?
closed plot was reached. Here the
mourners formed a oircle around the
graves, for, according io the Chinese
rites, two cavities, a larger and a smaller
oae, had been dug., Four Chinamen
then gently removed~the coffin and plaoed
it between the two graves. Mr. S. P.
Dally, a Methodist clergyman, then
offered a prayer, which was intelligible,
however, to but a Bural 1 portion of those
present The ooffin was then lowered in
the larger grave and immediately oovered
up with earth.- In tho Btnaller grave, a
hole about two feet in diameter sud as
many deep, was plaoed a tea-pot, a rioe
pan, chop-sticks aud clothing of the de
ceased. Ou top of all this was plaoed a
large earthen vessel, containing a cooked
ohioken, rice and Bolted fish. All of this
waB thoo covered up with dirt. The next
ceremony.. was the placing of a basket
containing tho clothes the deceased had
worn on 'tho day of bia death on the
grave, and'Are waB applied to it until it
was entirely consumed. A number of
fire-crackers were then exploded oreg the
grave, alter which each mourner in tarn
approached the resting place of his com?
rade, aed, interlacing his fingers, placed
his hands on the forehead with the palms
tur ned ou tward, aud threw them forward
thrice, ' accompanying tue movement
each tim? with a low bow. This ended
the ceremony, nod every mourner was
presented with a small bouquet of flow?
. --.-, --
Tho Milwaukee Netos lins a subscriber
at La Orossfl, who settled for' tho News
Hovoutoen years ago, and has not settled
since. The News offers him obeap, for
starting an,Old Settlers* Club.
Universal Life Insurance Company
WE are desirous of securing ho eervicei
of a half dozen active Canvassing
Agenta in South Carolina for tho Universal
Life Inauranoe Company, of New York, with
whom liberal terms Will be made. We desire
also responsible Local Agento for oach town
in the State. M. W. GARY,
M. 0. BUTLER,
8tate Superintendente of Agenoiea.
COLUMBIA, 8>. C., September 8, 1871.
The New Departure
REQUIRES now remedies. Tho new Blood
and Liver Tills are now used for all dis?
orders of the Liver and Blood.
Thcao Fills are all warranted to bo Vogota
bio, and ar? a substitute for Calomel. For sale
only at HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
ANOTHER wonderful departure in science
Nothing can surpass Heiniteh's Queen's
Delight for Gamier, Syphilis, and all kindred
diseases: weakness in male or female, young
or old. The wonderful eurea aro attested to
by thousands. Try tho Qnoona Delight, if
you desire to be well. For aale everywhere.
Laboratory at HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Consumption from Coughs and Colds.
STANLEY'S Great Cough Syrup eurea
Goughs and Colds with marvelous oer<
tainty. This is a great medioine, and is with
in the reaoh of all. Only 60 oenta a bottle
Hade and for sale only by HEIN ITS H.
Nov 17 t
COLUMBIA, 8. ft,
Og? IS now opening a fine ^
/?riSj^Qeolection of Ladies' and?HEHL>
ff . ./ ^BgGent'a English. 8wise and ll?'I3si
(JkV/ JgAmorican WATCH E t?. Ik?3U
BsSaMblaSSWSol" Agent for tho cele-*?TT
brated Pauline Watch Company, Philadel?
phia. "Gold Chaina, Vest, Opera, Chatelaines,
Leontine Necklaces, Diamond Rings and
Brooches, Pearl-foll and half sots.
I make thia line a specialty. All Silver told
by me gustanteod equal to coin. Some hand?
some goods in this line, suitable for Bridal
Tea Sets, Cana, Gobleta, Oaetors, Spoons
and Forks, loe Pitchers, Egg Stands, Coffee
Cutlery, Pocket and Table Knives.
HOUSEHOLD AND FANCY GC0D3.
Guns-English Double. Barrel, Breeob
Loading Rifles, Parlor Rifles, Air Guns, aud
a full stock of Sporting Gooda; Dupont &
Hazard' Powdor; Pistola of Various styles.
JET AND HORN GOODS.
Ono door North Scott & Co.'s Banking Mouse
Oct 22 +4'mi?*
R. A. PEINOLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Central Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES-Charleston-Bon. O. T.
Lowndes, President Pank ot Charleston;
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of
Charleston; Robert Adger, Esq., B. C. Press*
ley, Esq. Newberry. 8. C.-Rob tL. MoCaogh
rin, President National Bank of Newberry
Cheater, 8. O-Messrs. McAliley A Brawley.
Special attention given to the consignment
and sale of COTTON, Dried Fruit, &o.
The Southern and Atlantic
Now Open for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA BOTEL.
Native and Foreign Wines.
ClOUPPEBNONG, Concord, Sauterne, Cla
lO ret, Champagnes, just received and for
Bale low, by_E. HOPE.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memories of Patmoa. By MacDnff. $2.
The Conservative Reformation and ita The?
ology. By Rev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. 15.
The Unseen World. By Rev. Dr. Stork, fl.
Ber Lord and Master. By Florence Maryatt
Won, not Wooed. By tho author of Bred in
tho Bone, Ao. 50 canta. . . .
, Terrible Temptation. By Charles Reade,
i Uniform edition of Grace Aguilor'a Works,
Such as Mother's Recompense, valeof Ueaars,
?5-c, at $1 per volume.
Tho abovo books aent to any address, poet
na jd, 00 receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE & CHAPMAN, BookBollera.
01,0 BANK HIL.Ls and MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Amo D. GAM ; RILL. Broker.
TUB Tuva onOUNU? OF COI?FI
DKM OK,-Whence come? that firm roi i ance,
that absolute, ri Ddoub tin ar faith in the effloaoy
of HOBTETTER'B STOMACH BITTERS aa a
remedy for indigestion, bilious disorders, in?
termittent and remittent favors, which noto?
riously prevails in aU parts of th a United
States? This confidence Has been growing
for twenty years, and it ia a till extending. It
is not the'result of credulity; it has not been
engendered by any human device, but it ia
the spontaneous and natural oonaeqnehce of
experience. What people BOO daily going on
under their own oyea they cannot question.
When fumilioa in unhealthy diatiiote, that re?
tort to thia wholesome vegetable tonio a? a
preventive, escape periodical ? fevers, and
i heir immediate neighbors, who m gleet thai
preoantion, are pro-trato i by th., dlat-aut.
how is it possible that the phenomenon should
b? without ita lesson. In lise manner, when
it in seen that obstinate cases of dyspepsia,
of liver complaint, of con-iipation. of nervnu*
weakness, and of general debility, yield to the
Operation ot the famous remedy, bow eau
even incredulity itself withhold its endorser
ment? Eye-witnesses ol the salutary efftots
.f the Bitters, are to be found in every civil?
ized settlement on this oomiuent. The thou?
sands upon thousands who owe their restora?
tion to health and strength, or their preserva?
tion from .sickness to ita extraordinary muoi
oinal properties, are enthusiaatio in ita praiae.
The multitudes who recommend it in a neigh?
borly way to their friends and acqaaintancea,
aa well as thoae who make public their esti?
m?t o of its virtues, aro always ready to state
their reasons for the faith that ia in them.
Th?y h tva al! either felt or witnessed its be?
neficent operations._Nov 17 +6
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 17,1871.
In consequence of the blow inflicted upon
the educational and industrial interests of
thia 8t&te by President Grant's military pro?
coed inga in the up-country, tho undersign td
have abandoned their proposed association
in the conduct of the King's Mountain Mill
tary School, at YorkviUe-deeming lt unwiae,
ander pr?sent circumstances, to enter upon a
special expansion cf the school. The present
Principal and Proprietor will carry on the
school aa heretofore. ASBURY COWARD,
JOHN P. THOMAS.
The undersigned, in relinquishing hia con
nection with t?e above enterprise, desires
moat cordially to commend tho K. M. M. P.. to
tho support and confldonoe of bis friends.
As a tried and gallant soldier, a Christian
gentleman, a thorough disciplinarian, and an
excellent teacher, Col. Coward ia well known
to the State. Singly he ia fully equal to ali
the demands that may bo made upon bia
aohonl; and tho underaigncd hopea that all
thoae who proposed to entrust their boya to
hia oharge will not heaitato to aend thom for?
ward to enjoy the hem fit of Col. Coward's
itontrol of their conduct and studies.
Tho undersigned will remain in Columbia.
Having formed an association in the praotice
of law with James H. Rion, Esq . he will em?
bark in tbat profeaaion, in combination with
the active and earnest journaliam in whioh
he ia now engaged. JOHN P. THOMAS.
HAPPPY RELIEF FOR YOUNO MEN from
the effects of Errors and Abuses in early
life. Manhood restored. Nervous debility
oured. Impediments to marriage removed.
New method of treatment. New and romark
blo remedies. Books and Circulare sent free,
in aealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
Booth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct 15 2mo
Read! Read!! Read!!!
STATE CAPITOL RESTAURANT.
Near corner Main and Bridge Streets.
GE&fs?J OY8TER8 in every style
^ferfjftr Roasted, Stowed, Pried and
^^k\W Broiled. Good Liquors, fino
Wines, imported Cigara.
N. B. Private SUPPER ROOM8.
FRANKLIN & FINE,
Oot 2G Proprietors.
THE undersigned baa taken up
a position near his old stand, on
_Main street, and is again prepared
to supply ma customers with good LIQUORS,
choice WINES, etc LAOEK ou draught.
HEGAUS and TOBACCO of best quality. The
RESTAURANT will furnish OYSTERS and
other anbataatiala in season. Schweitzer Case
at all times. A. Si'OBK.
Nov S Imo
THE PALMETTO RESTAURANT,
Assembly Street, opposite Market,
S~\ IS now open for the
CnJAdr season, and will furnish Ha?^
^SfeSr the beat the markets
afforu. OYSTERS, FISH and^ ?V
iAMK eerved in anv st vie. Ibo neal ot
WINEH and LIQUORS oan be had at the uar.
Oot 26 Imo D. Mo lUINMN. Prop'r
The Cottage Hon e Restaurant.
MK C. fl. DUH ME. proprie?
tor of the COT TAO*. HDUSr.
'Washington street, next dom
io Maoi.nio Hall, desires tu inform bio friends
th it he has opened a ?rat class HEM TAU
KANT, and will furnish, at short notice, OYS
i ESS in ever? style, Soups, Oame and other
relishes. Cai! at the Cottage Houae and
maltw yourself merry._Oct 22
The J&zchange House.
?^/l~JwELL ki.own aa "the place"
>&jJJpr where the best of drinkables
^^JQBT and establea are furnished, ia _
in the full tide of prosperity. The whole
house has boen put' in perfect order, and the
proprietors guarantee that gneata san obtain
all tn., deheaoies of the season-OYSTERS,
FISH, OAME, etc.
Oct 12 PAYSINOER A FRANKLIN.
inti CAROLINA HOUSE
IS once more open to the public, under
[tho superintendence of Mr. lt. BARBY.
_ Tho reputation of the house will be kept
up. _ August 31
Cigars 1 Cigars ! Cigars !
WE have now on hand a large stock of tho
following choice brands of OIOARS,
which wo are offering at low figures, and to
whioh ws invite thoso fond of a choleo Cigar
to give a trial:
Flor de Matanzas,
La Flor de Baltimore,
Cold Medal, Ac,
Together with a large assortment of low
priced Cigars, Cheroots, ftc
Oot 20 JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
A. B. MULLIGAN,
OOTTOHT F ACTOS,
OHARLBSTON, B. G.
MOB, I WILL, when placed in funds,pur
LvtfAJJJobaae and forward all kinda of Mer
UaUUBohaodizo. Maobinory, Agricultural Im?
plements, Fertilizers, Ac_ Oct ? Hi
Seegers' Beer is Pare.
IT don't contain Ooooculus Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headache.
CHILDS & WILEY
ABB daily rooeiv?n? tho fineet BEADY
MADE CLOTHING, for old Md TO?0R
gentlemen, t*>"4 h av? ?vf r been offered in ibis
market No ou?tom-made can s arpies, ?nd
bat few can equal them, in style, sod flBisb,
We sell the best, at lower rates than those
who don't boy from the manufacturers direst.
We keep the Star ?nd True Fit constantly
on haud, and wdl take orders for bait doren
or more, and ?arrant a flt
UN DE K-WEAH in ?u varieties.
RUB BE li CLOTHING.
OLOTES -Leather, Book. Etd. Dog, Bat and
Seal Bargains to be h&d in GLOVES.
NECK WEAK-all styles. Plain and fanoy
Linen and Paper GOLLAUS
SN.eve and Collar SUTTONS-Gold and
ioma that w--n't coin.
We will tako Oreonbaoks at par for ail
these._Sept 26 ,
?F lt was only in the matter of GROCERIES,
this question could never be asked, be?
cause the people of Oolnmbia and up-countty
already know the fact and act upon it.
We offer the best goods to be found in any
known market, and if better than the best
could possibly be bad, we should have them.
Onr perishable goods are fresh, daily. Wo
oan soaroely supply the demand, dull as times
are. In this clans we inolude Hams, Break
fist Strips, Tongues, Ao.
In Flour-handling, we think, more heavily
than any morohant here, wo offer poouliar in?
ducements in quality SB in prico.
In Liquors, I am aasured you bave the in -
aide track. We trust aU who give us a call
will aoknowlodge the "Corn."
In Fancy Groceries and Canned Goods, our
assortment is unequaled; every novelty
Being added to stock promptly, and standard
goods always on hand.
Bo, doar reader, whenever your stock of
Groceries runs short; whenever a delicacy is
required for the siok room; whenever the ap?
petite of the op ?euro fails; in short, whenever
you want anything else but Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, or Queen's Delight, call; and we
oan toll yon, also, where they can be got for
^t HAVING Just returned from New York,
HU whore I made my pu chases, I am pre
fil pared to show ono of the MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gontlomen's wear ever offered in this mar?
ket. My stock ombra'OB French, English and
Scotch OaBBimores, Cloths and Vestings, and
a full supply of Gents' Furnishing Goods ge?
nerally. I have also a very large stock of the
celebrated "Star Shirts." A share of patron?
age is respectfully s licited.
jsr-rMy store is located in Stork's new build?
ing, a few doors below the old stand.
Sept 17 _J. F. EI8ENMANN.
ONLY NEED TO DB SEEN
TO BB APPRECIATED.
Coats, Pants and Vests
Very Latest Styles,
AND an assortment to select from larger
than any ovet seen in this oily. Our stook of j
Is nearly as large as the combined stocks in
this city, comprising everything new and
SUITS made for nur own trade that will fit,
and at prious that will please.
UNDER GARMENTS, Gloves, Soar fa, Dress?
ing Gowns, Ao.
Our stock is so largo that we are deter?
mined to rodaco it, oven st a sacrifice.
Nov S R. & W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
Gooda Marked Down,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
WHERE money is
low, trade is generally
dull. This condition of
tilings suggests econo?
my, and people begin to
look for bargains. Suoh
beiug the case in this
city, we have concluded
AU goods from their
original prioo to such
low figures as will meet
the oxigen?les of the
To thoso in want of
ING. Hats and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, we
say consult your own
interest and givo ns a
call, ero purohashing
elsewhere; and don't
forget that Franklin has
said: "He that spits
against the wind, spits
in his own face."
Wo mako special men?
tion of our
Whioh is a real beauty, and no wardrobe is
oomploto without one. Call early, at
GOODMAN A BON'B,
Nov C Main street.
ion mo ai."
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VEBY BEST AP CHEAPEST
iSTICI^S IK THS
DRY GOODS LINE
WS have just returned from tho North
(th second time this fall) with the
largest and beat line of DHY GOODS we over
hare bad the pleasure of offering .tu this mar?
ket. Every department ie crammed fud ot
oboioe goods of every atylo, kind and variety..:
A big stook of DREG'S GOODS and Mona* j
Wear-they are in store and must be sold.
Also. Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Gooda of |
all kinds. Notions-a large, very largo etock.
EVIDEKCE -Our friends tell us every day
that we sell the beat and cheapest gooda in
the city; and, as wo keep no flash gooda, but
do buaineaa in a plain, straightforward way,
it will be to your intoroet to purchase your
Nov 2_PORTER & STEELE.
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Music, I
]having determined to]
_'resumo Teaching, ie now pre?
pared to take pupila on the Piano, Organ
and Quitar; aleo, in Vocal Music. Having for
over THIBTX YEAHS had charge of the Muaioal
Departments in tho ?rat Female Collegee
and Bchoola of the State, bo dooma it unne?
cessary to make any other reference to his
qualifications aa a Teacher.
The arrangements he bas mudo with seve?
ral of the most colobrated Piano-makers, will
enable him to offer Instruments of the very
first claaa at prioea that defy competition.
Specimen Pianoa daily expected. Those in
want of Inatrumenta superior to any ever
offered for pale in thia market, will do well to
examine before purchasing clsowhero.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, &c,
Tuned and repaired in tho MORT PERFECT
UANKEB and on reasonable term?.
Apply at hia reaidonoe, corner of Hull and '
Richland streets, or at tho bookstore of
Messrs. Durne <fc Chapman. Oct 17
MISS COLUMBIA'S Puhlio School, or Will
it Blow Ovor, with 72 illustr?t ions. By
Naot. 59 couta.
Aunt Jano'e Hero. By author of Stepping
Storief from Old English Poetry. $1.50.
The Land of Lorne. By Robert Buchanan
Tho Witneaa of History to Christ; the Hui
sean Lectures for 1870. Ry Rev. F. W. Far?
rar, F. H. 8 $1.50.
Fronde's Second Series of Sbort Studies on
Groat Suhjeota. $2 50.
Philo8ophy of Consciousness. By Manael.
American Wonderland. Ry Bacho. $150.
The Member for Paris. By Troid-Etoilea,
Tra vela in tho Air. Elegantly illustrated.
By Jamea Glaisher, F. R. 8.
Some new Snnday-school Library Books,
new Juvenile Booka troon England, new No?
vele, Ac For aalo at
BRYAN ? MoOARTER'8 Bookatoro. _
The World-Renowned Howe Sewing
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the World.
-? . ?
IN range of work thia Machine cannot bo
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
or thin goods, from gauze to heaviest heaver
coatioga, or oven leather, without chango of
needle, tenaion or thread. We will warrant
them to do this. Our fino work ia equal to
any, and our heavy work excels that uf any
other machino in tho world. Ladies wishing
to introduce the newing into their families will
find it a great saving ot time, labor and ex?
pense to at once purchase tho beat. Persona
who have tried all machineaare unanimous in
declaring thia to be the easieat learned of any
tn the market. If you are prejudiced in favor
of any particular maohino, at leaet examine
THE HOWE before yon purohaae.
ALFBED G. ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Offioe three doors bolow Dr. Hoinitsb'a Drug
Store, Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
EDWARD HAIGHT & CO.,
No. O Wall Stree t, N ? w York.
Fioe. Per Cent. Interest Allowed on Deposits.
'|*HE business of our firm is the samo as
X any Malo or National Hank
Ind viduala or firma banking with us may
deposit and draw aa they please, thu samo ?a
with any Bank, except that we allow interest
on all balancea (of live per cent. )
I We buy and soil Bonds, stock.*, Gold, buai?
neaa papera, and colluct business notes and
dratte throughout the United States, giving
Xi O OK
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES ia
now full and complete, and
_ .the public may depend on
gutiiuu thu bust at tho lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are such that I defy compel i
*ioc ?reu* ** v"M?rif?*
I have a?so' in store and oonatantly arriving
all the newest styles of Ladies' Beta, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, ?vc;
elegant designs in Ghaiua, Bracolets, Charms,
Lockets, ?fco.; tho Inti nt and moat beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Platod
Ware- Goods euited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by tho best work?
men and at roaaonable rates.
Oct 13 _ Columbia Hotel Row.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
rglAKE ploaauro in calling the attention of
X. the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con
aiatingof Pianoa, Chr.rch and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, snoot Music and
Instruction Booka for every class of Musical
Instrumenta on hand at all limos. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods Bent hy
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organa for aalo cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Molodcons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
eapecial attention tc Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianoa for other parties to any point
desired, at moderato piicos.
All orders promptly attended to and aatie
faction guaranteed to th ono favoring us with
their patronage. Bend for our catalogue of
Shoot Music and Mueical Morohandiso. Tay
I lor atreet, Citizens' Havings Bank Building,
Columbia, 8. 0. Nov 7
It. O. H m YES.
FOB THE WEEK
? beautiful collection O? Uti Ena ?OOun.
An elegant assortment of F?RS.
A superb ot of SHAWLS and CLOAKS.
Brilliant H took of CARPETS AND OIL?
Magnificent collection of MILLINERY.
Unique and faehionablo HAIR GOODS, of |
every kind. (Parupa Rona Curl, now.)
Valuable collection o? ORNAMENTAL1
Choice and pretty TOILET ARTICLES and
Tho best KID GLOVE and HOSIERY de?
Munificent stock hand-made BOOTS and
Elegant and stylish HATS and CAPS.
The beat ?tuck of UMBRELLAS in tho
Magnificent Art Callory. Public invitod to
The beat WHOLESALE STOCK SOUTH, on
our third floor.
Making a grand total of tho LARGEST, tho
HANDSOMEST, tho CHEAPEST and BEST
COMBINATION ol GOODS In tho United
States, of the kind, under roof.
Nov 7 R. C. SHIVER & CO.
ssrrzra FISH, Moats and -fc.
?tm5?TH Fruita. Club Fish, ir%SE
i j. TjamuTongU0Hi sar- Wiyb^HU
j 7? H dines, Dutch Her-jTafligg^
jjgguiUkyrings, Salmon, Lnh-aaMBalHHi
stors, Deviled Ham, Oysters, Cod Fish,
Smoked Halibut, Lardellen, Mackorel, ali
Raisina, Currents, Prunes, Datos, Citron,
Almonds. Walnuts, Brazil Nute, Macaroni,
Vermicelli, Gelatine; Candies -assorted.
Cold Water Soap, Babbitt's best Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, Sapolio, Toilet
Poara, Peaches, Pino-npplea and Jelly.
CUE KS E.
Rich Cream Chuceo, Swiss Cheese, Pine?
apple Cheese, Skimmed Cheese.
FINE GOSHEN BUTTER.
Flour-all grades; Bacon, Ham aud Break?
Old Hyson, Young Hyson, Gun Powder,
English Breakfast, Oolong.
Candios-Adamantine, Pcrafino and Wax.
Sweet California, Angelica, Sherry. Rhino
and Fronch Wines and Brandice, at
_Oct_8_ _G. DIKROKR*.
New Stationery House
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in thc new and handsome
_ huiiding immediately opposite the PHOE?
NIX office, on Main street, a completo stock of
Comprising Let 1er. Cap and Noto Paper, of
all sizes, quali! icn anti of ove ry description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me?
dium, Hoy a I, Super Royal, and Imperial sizes,
which will ho sold in any quantity, or munu
(antured into Blank Rooks of any sizo, and
ruled to any pattern, and hound in any style,
at churl notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors und quali?
Of every variety, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, lnvoico und Letter
Books, Receipt Bouka, Note Rooks.
ARCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock ot materials for their
usc Drawing Paper, in thou.s and rolls,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper ui.d Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Water Colors, in cakes aud
boxes. Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pena.
Of ovory description; a great vrriety of conve?
nient and useful articles tor both Teachers and
Photograph Album?, Writing Desks, Port?
folios, . uuas, with boxes, and a countless
FA NC V A R TICL KS.
Also, a most elegant stock of fluid Penn aud
Pencil Casts, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Blue, Violet and Carmine, lndeliblo
and Copying : Mucilage; Chui-aand Backgam?
mon Men nd hoards; Visiting and Wedding
Cai da. auduvery thii g usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS STATIONERY HOUSE,
Which tho Proprietor intends this shall be.
He will still cnnrluet bis BINDERY ard
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PAPER.
UULING ESTABLISHMENT, which has been
in successful operation for over thirty years in
this state, ami to which he will continue to
devote his own personal attention His stock
will bo kept up full and complete, aud his
prices will hu found always reasonable, and
hu hope? to have a shaio of patronage.
E. lt SPOKES, Main street,
Nov? opposite PntKwis Office.
Georgia Limo and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL LIME to thu planting
public In full confidence in Rs excellence
It was extensively used thu past season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, und hus given entire
satisfaction, au is shown by a number of
certificates from Bunio of tho host planters In
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our prices for Fertilizing, or X Lime, is HO
uer ton cash, pul un in casks or b?rrele, de?
livered in tho city of Augusta or at any land?
ing on tho Savannah River. Tho prico of our
XXX. or Mason's Limo, is (2 per barrel, de?
livered SB above
Wo aro agenta for the Celebrated "Stonewall
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English Dis?
solved Bone," which wo receive direct from
England, and can offer to the public at re?
duced prices. COLES, SIZER &, CO.,
No. 14 McIntosh street, Augusta, Ga.
Agent, TilOS. B. OLARKSON, Columbia, S.
0. Oct 13 Gmo
The Dexter Stables.
THE und deigned have re
?%-*7\ moved their Stables lo tho new
(flR^3f^-? building, immediately South of
^./ia^^?^kJanney'B Hall, and, with a now
ViP^Sp' fst?rk o? CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ano fine HOUSES, are prepared lo an?
swer all calls that may he made upon thom.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, aro invitod to
givo us a call. Liberal advances mado on
atock loft for salo. BOYCE * CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
0. H. PKTTI so ii.i.. Jan 24
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
.ti .. ? <>?..
Deposits of ffil and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T THE RA TEOl
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EV EE Y SIX
MONTHS ON A COG UN TS.
Ww. Martin, President,
A. G Bronizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Aaaiatant Gabbier, i
obarge of Krauchea.
John 0. B. tiinith, Aaaiatant Gabbier.
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has
koli, F. W. MoMaator, John P. Thomas. E. H.
Hoinltsb, John B. Palmer, Thom aa E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charleston.
Daniel Ravenel, Jr.. Charleston.
" Moohanice, Laborera, Clerks, Widows, Or
onana and others may here deposit their sav
logs and draw a liberal rate of interest there*
on. Plantera, Profo8sionaI Men andTrusteei
wishing to draw interest en their funds until
they require them for business or other pur.
poises; Parents desiring to set anart amati
?urna for their children, and Married Women
and Minora (whoso deposits can only be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in case of death, by
their legal ropresentatives,) wishing to lay
aside funda for future cse. are herc afforded
au opportunity of depositing their means
whore tho? will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawalwheji
'toed od._Aug 18
HEMAL NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA. 8. C.
Present Capital, $160,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?500,000.
John B. Palmer, rresident.
A. G. Rrenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmor, F. W. McMaa
ter, R. D. Scuu, of R. D. Seun & Son; G. W.
i Joanie o, of Copeland Je Bearden; R.L. Bryan,
of Bryan Sc. McCarter; W. C. Bwaffleld, of R.
A- W. C. Hwaffield.
F. W. McMaater, Solicitor,
rpi! 18 Bank is now opon for the transaction
JL of a general banking business.
CF.UTIVIOATES OP DEPOSIT of curroncy or
coin, bearing interest at tho rate of esven (7)
?HT ?cent per annum, iu kind, will bc issued.
Deposits from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men. and ot ht rs.
Particular attrution given to accounts ol
Ci'y anti Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and the usual accommodations ex?
Notes, Rills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned ?
Stocks, Bonds, O old, Siloer bought and sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Sight Drafts draten direct on all the promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Den?
mark and the. Orient. letters of Credit issued,
I ayablo in auy of the above places
Drafts on all the prominent cities in the
United Statue bought and Bold.
Banking Houso opuoaite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3. Feb ?28 ly
AFEW reasons why they should have the
preference over all othera:
1. Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machine is
much simpler than any of the others; re?
quiring less than half tho amount of ma
2 As tho result of thia simplicity, thia ma?
chine is much leas liable than the othera to
get ont of repair.
3. Another result or thia simplicity is
4. Another result ia Ieee friction, and, con?
sequent IT, greater eaae and rapidity of mo?
tion, with lesa noiao.
5. And greatest of all, that it uses no Shut
tlo, and makes tho lock stitch.
It ia tho cheapest to buy tho best. Buy the
machino that nss justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
against a strong and bittorcompetition. For
moro than twenty yeara baa tho Wheeler A
Wilson not only atood Ural and foremost, but
now etanda the nniivallcd Sowing Machine ol
tho enlightened civilized world. Boy tho ma?
chine that bas been thua teated and proved,
and thoo you are sure to get tho beaL For
sale ^>n tho easiest possible terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door below PBOXHIX
office, Columbia, B. O.
J. 8. PU RS LEY, Agent.
A. WHYTE, General Southern Agent.
Jun o 21_?mo
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP
mills SOAP waahea perfectly in cold water,
X soft, bard or aalt. It removoB grease,
oil and paint from garments. It waahea al]
kinda of gooda-cotton, flannel, ailkor woolen,
it clcansos ailver, plated ware and Jowolry
without scratching. If tho articles are inuoh
tarnished, rub them with a piece of flannel
which has plenty of the Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is Invaluable.
It will savo ita coat in onewaahing. For salo,
in boxoa of thirty-aixbare. by
\ EDWARD HOPE,
April 9 Agent for South Carolina.
S" TOCKB7BONDS and COUPONS bought
and aold by D. GAMBRiLL. Broker.
A HEHKLMOllS STOMACH.-The sto
?\_ mach, liko tho body politic, resents ill
treatment by rebellion. And when it rebela,
the liver, the bowels, the nerves, the circula?
tion, the brain, revolt likewise, and the whole
system is disastrously agitated. Pacify and
regulate tho deranged digestive organ first,
and thu disturbance iu its dependencies will
speodili cease. Tho tonic, alterative, correct?
ivo and nitrifying propertiea of
TARRANT S SELTZER APERIENT,
render it an irresistible remedy in caaea of in?
digestion and its concomitant ailments, lt
ii a lino stomachic, and ita cathartic opera?
tion is so mild and genial that it never pro?
duces tho slightest symptoms of debility.
I SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Nov 9 *6
FIRE INSUBANCE AGENCY.
Established in Columbia, 8. G., 1849.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
of Hartford. Conn.
Incorporated A. D. 1819. Charter Perpetual
I Often capital ?nd surplus, after pay?
ing IOBOGB at Chicago.$4,000,000
Premiums received in 1870. 8,900,000
VT is 81111 the leading and strongest American
M_ rire Insurance Company. This grand old
lire corporation has stood for more than HAU*
A OEST?BY as the towering beacon and inde?
structible bulwark of indemnity against ns*.
It baa passed through terrible ordeals. It -
went through that of 1835, tho great New
York conflagration, in the most honorable and
triumphant manner. It also acquitted itself
most nobly in the more recent fire at Portland.
It has just boon called on to pay its losses at
Chicago, wbioh bas only uki n a part of its
large sniplus-leaving cash assets of 14 OOO,
000 intact. The stock of tho Company now
oommands over $200 per sharu. The par value
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8.000,000 in
Gold. This Company bed no agency at Obi
oago at tho time of tho fire- Its loss was
-mall. It subscribed (5,000 for tho benefit of
the sufferers by the fl rn.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of Hew York.
Assets $1,600,000, after paying losses at Chi?
Union Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco.
This Company bas $1,150.000 in Gold, after
1 paying Chicago losses.
Risks taken by GI O. HUGGINS, Agent.
Ofhco opposite Columbia Hotol, in rear of
Hr. W. J. jDsrviE's Book-store. Nov8 f
IN view of the influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
by the prevalenco of thc yel
_How fever in Charleston, tho
proprietor of BOSE'S BOTEL has concluded
to re-open his establishment for the accom?
modation of the public at once, and therefore
withdraws the proposals ho ba? heretofore
made for its sate or leann.
The Hotel will henceforward be conducted
*s a first class house of entertainment, and
special provision will be made for the comfort
iud convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will bo fonnd at
avery ai riving train. W. E. BOSE.
A MEAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MILLIONS Bear Testimony to the
Wonderful Curativo Effects of
DB, WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
m iii??sUjslilU la?BA
J. yr A L*XR Proprietor. E. H. ECDOHALO * Co, Uranista and
Q?a. Af/ta, San. Vraaclaoo, CaL, tad fa and St CosunareaSt, H.Y
Vinegar Bitters are not avlis Fancy Drink.
Made of Poor Ram, Whiskey? Proof Spirits
and Re?ase Jjlqnorei doctored, spiced and sweet?
ened to please the taste, called "Tonics,* "Appetiz?
ers," "Restorers," ic, that lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but aro a true Medicine, mada
from tho Nativo Koota and Horb? of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulante. They are tho
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, a perfect Renovator and
Invlgorator Of thc System, carrying off Bil poisonous
matter and restoring thc blood to a healthy condition.
Ko person can take these Bitters according to direc?
tions and remain long unwell, provided their bones
are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means,
and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of re?
They are a Gentle r ur gat Wo aa well aaa
Tonie, possessing also, the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam?
mation of the Liver, and all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether in
young or o:d, married or single, at tho dawn of wo?
manhood or at the torn of life, these Tonie Bitters have
no equal, f
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma?
tism ?nd Gear, Dyspepsia or Indigestion?
Billons, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
Diseases of the Dlood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful.
Bach Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which ls generally produced by derangement of the
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head?
ache, Pain lu tho Shoulders, Coughs. Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Bour Eructations of tho Stomach,
Bad taste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pain In the
regions of the Kidneys, end n hundred other painful
symptoms, are tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor.
pld liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and
imparting new life and vigor to the wholesystem.
FOR SKIN DISEASES,BrupUons. Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car?
buncles, Ring-Worms, Scald-Hsad, Sore Eyes, Erisip?
elas, Itch, Bcurft, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are Uter ally dag np and carried ont of the system In a
short time by the nae of these Bitters. One bottle in
auca ca?a will eonvlnco the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find Its
impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Emp?
tions or Borea, cleanse lt when you find it obstructed
and sluggish inthevclns: cleanse lt when ltlsioul.and
your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood nure
and ins health of the system wUi follow.
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lurking In the
system orso many thousands, are effectually destroy
ea ana removed. Fur f?ll dinettOBi, reid CJuAiUSiT
the circular around each bottle, printed In four lan?
guages-English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD A CO.,
Druggists and Oen. Agents, Ban Francisco, CaL, and
S3 and M Commerce street, Kew York.
OT SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
J?l'8ll*aiv<?KI'.Et. A IltO'Tl.fc?Uli. nll'll't-fc
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Street, near Plain.
^ NOW on hand and daily rw
rS. >?^X>2B/Ci iving from the mamifac
I iK*asaVI f"';"" "f New York, bonton,
TnVI I I m I II ililliy Cincinnati and Louisville the
JP^^^^^^J largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, conoi sting
I in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din
ing-Boom Snits; 200 Bedsteads of difftront
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
I o?**hrftt.Ad Georgia flolit-bottom Chairs.
' All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
' shortest notioe and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Gooda cheap._Oct 80
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission merchants,
CHARLOTTE. JV. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Flonr,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt?
ly._'_Feb 7 lyr_
SPRC1AL ATTENTION given to the o ol
leotion of Commercial Paper, Interest
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of Stat e Soourltios, by
nov 23 Gmo D. GAMBRILL. Broker.