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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1 1871. VOL. VII-NO. 102,
R. M. Wallaoe, Esq., Oolleotor of In?
tern al Re ven ne, visited Anderson last
week,Hn oompany with special detectives,
and confiscated several boxes of tobacco I
illegally stamped. He also, confiscated I
over $400 worth of tobacco in Abbeville,
last week. Of course, the merchants
are entirely innooent of any attempt to
evade thew laws of the country. - The
responsibility of these illegal stamps in
every case has been affixed upon parties
known to the merchants from whom
they purchased the tobacco. It further
appears that the parchase of tob?ceo I
from wagoners ia attended with more
danger of this character than where it
is bought from any other source.
THH BOWBN-DBLAKGB CONTEST.-The
Washington Chronicle, of the 16th inst,,
The House Committee on Elections
have nearly prepared a report in the con?
tested case of Bowen ve. DeLarge, of I
Sooth Carolina.' It seems probable that
the report will be in favor of Bowen, on
the grounds of the informality and irreg?
ularity of the election of DeLarge, but
it is doubtful if Bowen gets the seat;
objection is likely to be made to him on
tho'grouuda of his having been convict?
ed and sentenced for a criminal offence,
whioh will debar him from admission to
B. C. SHIVER & 00.
R. 0. SHIVER. DAVID JONES.
Oommiasioner of Deeds
FOR THE VARIOUS STATES,
AUGUSTUS E. O0HEN,
Jan Igjswg_ At Hendrix House, i
rpHE firm Of PAY8INGER & FRANKLIN
J. was dissolved, the let instant, by mutual
consent. AU persons indebted to said firm
will make payment to W. S. MONTEITH, and
all persons having demands against the said
firm wiU present them to bim for a settlement,
ho being fully authorized by us to settle up
tho business of the said firm.
T. M. PAY8INGER,
Jan 16_0. R FRANKLIN.
Or\A BARRELS POTATOES, consisting
&\J\J of Pink Eyes.
Peach Blows, |
Juet received and for aale low. by
Jan ll_JOHN AGNEW & 8QN.
? Jnst Received,
ALABOE number of fine KENTUCKY
MULES, whioh may be eoen at Charles
Logan's Stables, oorner Senate and Assembly
streets. W. S. A J. M. TALBOT.
Kentucky Horses and Males.
<*H A FINE lot of KontuokyMfc.
7?ar%8tock-H O R 8 E S AND*!?
f\T\ MULES-Joat received ni iff
1,1 1 for sale. Can be aoen at Mr. owen
Daly's Stables, on Assembly street.
Jan 12_JOHN N. LONG.
Mules and Horses.
^ A stock of fine MULES and\W__
Bkaw HORSES constantly ou hand^H&
JMPlat the NATIONAL KOTEL^JLJ*?
?M Jl,STABLES. Liberal advances made
on horses on consignment for sale.
Jan 13 Imo P. HAMILTON JOYNER.
THE BPEAKEB'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clorgy of - tho Anglican
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Annt Jano'a Horo, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Misa Mulooh. ?Oo.
Jan 14 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PEAS. Beans, Corn, Cabbage, and every
variety of fresh and genuine Seeds, for
sale by FISHER & BILLI MAN. Druggie!s,
Jan 20 Oppoaite Columbia Hotel.
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for sale at the
usual discount, at the SOUTH CARO
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO. Dec 7
Thorburn^ Garden Seeds.
ALARGE asBortroont of fresh GABDEN
SEEDS, Onion Sets, Ac, for salo low.
Jan 13_EDWARD HOPE.
The Useful Store.
wira MADE HAPPY.
THE undersigned has opened a general
FAMILY STORE, whero can be obtained
GAME, Fiah and Poultry; prepared, ir ro
quired, for cooking. FroBh Butter, Egga,
Hams, Breakfaat Strips, Ac, Ac, inoluding
every requisite for the tablo. Small profita
and qoiok returns ia themotto of the Live and
Bead Store Consignments received daily.
All orders promptly delivered.
E. E. DAVIS A CO.,
Plain stroot, next door to Dr. Jackson.
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!"
THE undersigned bogs loavo to inform tho
citizens of Columbia that he haa a WOOD
YARD at hie old. itand, at tho Cbarlotto De?
pot, whero he keeps constantly on hand the
beat qualities of PINE and OAK WOOD,
which he will sell, DELIVERED to any part of
tho city, at the following extraordinary low
prlceB, viz: Pine, H\ Oak, $6 per cord. Good
Orders may be loft either at my store or at
Iaeao Sulzbachor'a Jowolry H toro, Main streot.
Jan ll Imo* CHARLES HAMBERG.
~OW ai AKili AGE.-HAPPY BELIEF FOB
YOUNO MEN from the effeota or Errora and
Abusos in early life. "Manhood . restored.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to
Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars Bent free, in sealed onvolopeB.
Address.- HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
South Ninth Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. .
Deo 24_. 3mo
OF choice stock and true to name. Every
variety of selected GABDEN, FIELD 'and
FLOWER SEEDS. Having over 200 acres de?
voted te seod growing, all wanting pure seeds
direct from tho grower should send their or?
ders direct to us. Descriptive Catalogues and
Price List f arnished on application.
COLLINS, DOWNS & CO.,
lill and 1113 Market st., Philadelphia, Pa.
Seed farma near H addon field, N. J.
N. B.-Trade supplied on liberal terms.
Lea & Perrins' Sance,
Pronounced by Connoisseurs
?THE ONLY GOOD KAI!CK."
It improvos appetite and digestion, and it is
unrivaled for itB flavor. ?
We are directed by Messrs. LEA A FER- j
BINS to proaeoute all parties making or vend?
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
Aug 15 $Cmo " ' Agents, New York.
FBOM DAN TO Ii EEKS II EH A.. -From Charles?
ton to Dahlonega, from the sea-board to tho
mountains, oan be seen a marked improve?
ment' io the style of buildings in the last five
years. Tillages and farm houses all present
a more elegant and oomfortable appearance.
The reason is well known. It is beoauae in
that period the whole oountry has learned to
patronize that celebrated manufacturer of I
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, Mr. P. P. TO?XE,
Charleston, S. C._Jan 16 j
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the South Carolina Railroad Company and
of the South-western Railroad Bank will be
held at the South-western Railroad Bank,
Broad Street, Charleston, B. O., on February
13th, proximo, at ll o'clock A. M.
On the following day, an eleotion will he j
held for fifteen Directors of the Railroad Com?
pany and thirteen directors of the Bank.
Stockholders wiU be passed over the road,
to and from the meeting, free of charge.
, The proposed amendment to Artiole 1, Seo-1
tion l, ot the By-Laws, oh an ging the time of |
the annual meeting, by striking out "Febru?
ary," on second lino, and inserting "April,"
will como up for action at this meeting.
Jan 17 ws_J. B. EMERY, Secretary.
WE HAVE EE-ORGANIZED
And secured the services of a
FIRST GLASS GUTTER.
And as the season is late, and our stock of
Mil IF SAWPITS
AT RBDUCKO HATES,
?And Guarantee Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Is still large, and deduction in prico will bo
j made to reduce it. Wo aro still taking orders |
for Shirts, warranting a flt.
If you want nice goods, givo us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
|Ft>r Sale-Splendid Building Lots.
IOFFER for sale a foll square, in IC quarter
acre LOT8, bounded by Wayne, Divino,
Pulaski and Greene streets, noar tho Char
lotto, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and
tho Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, just Wost of Lever's gardon, in ono of
thu most beautiful portions of the city.
TERMS-$250 per Lot, of one-quarter of an
aore; $50 paid down, and 'tho balance in
monthly payments, $5 oach, and no rates of
Interest. No chargo for papora, if payment
is made as stipulated. All tho Lots to bo
oloaedout by February 1. Plat to bo seen at
tho post offico. E. W. WHEELER,
QAA Hon FEET OF LUMBER,
0\J\J^\J\J\J 00,000 feet of well soa
I soned Flooring ou hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber fillod !
at short notlco. Apply at our Lumber Yard, 1
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or I
address W. LOWRY A CO.,
Oat 28 Cmo Box 130, Columbia. 8. C.
; i)AA BARRELS of LIME, for sale low by
I ?UU JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE HOUSE and LOT, on Pickona I
street, belonging to estate of Mrs. H.
_.Zimmerman, deceased. The Lot con?
tains upwards of an acre, with a roomy and j
commodious Dwelling, and a smaller build?
ing, erected for a School House, but suitable
as a lteaidenoe for a small family; also, a fine |
Gardon, Fruit Trees, Well and Spout Wator,
the usual out-buildings, Ac
For termB, apply to
Jan G Htn EDWIN J. SCOTT, Executor.
X will sell all my stock
of DRY GOODS and
NOTIONS, at greatly
reduced prices, from
this date, as both mo?
ney and room are want-1
ed tor a large stock of
Spring Goods. Great
bargains will be of-j
WITH THE NEW YEAH
ora STOCK OF
nm MY (DOSS'
Consumers of DRY GOODS, make a note of
I the above. We mast clear out Whiter Stock,
j and BARGAINS may be expected, aa large re?
ductions in prices wiU be made, at the
POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE OF
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. MCOBEKBY._Jan 3
" m m IM."
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION I
VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
TV. ABTICLES IN TUE
DRY GOODS LINE
WE havo jost rotnrned from the North
(th J second timo this fall) with the
largost and best lino of DRY GOODS we over i
have had tho pleasuro of offering to this mar?
ket. Evory department ie crammed full of
choice goods of every stylo, kind and variety.
A big stock of DRESS GOODS and Mens*
Wear-they are in store and must bo sold,
Also, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Goods of
all kinds. Notions-a large, very largo stock.
EVIOENCF. -Our frlondrt tell us every day j
that wo soil the best and cheapest goods in
the city; and, as wo koop no flash goods, bnt
do business in a plain, straightforward way,
it will bo to your intoreat to parchase your ]
Nov 2_PORTER & STEELE.
f i til E subscrihors, having this day formed a
X copartnership, to be known and styled as
HOWIE A ALLEN, and baving leased for a
torm of years tho shops and machinery, and '
I .night tho materials ou tho premises former?
ly occupied by Jamos M. Allen, are prepared
to onter into contracts for building or tho
finishing of all ehop-mado materials, such as
BLINDS, Doors, Sash, Window Frames, Ac ,
Ac. Also, tho Dressing of Lumber, Kcroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a bharo of tho public patronage.
HOWIE di ALLEN.
JOHN M. HOWIE, EUWABD ALLUM.
CoLUMiiiA, November 13,1871. Dec 12 arno'
Pooket Diaries for 1872.
ALL sizes and prions. Miller's Almanacs
for 1872. Also, Leslio's, Cassell's und
other Pictorial Almanacs.
1,000 STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, in Europe
ano America, colored and plain, careful ly se?
lected. For salo at
Jan 3 BRYAN A McOARTER'8 Bookstore.
THE undersigned have formed a partner?
ship in tho practico of law, under the
RION ?St THOMAS,
And will give careful consideration and at?
tention to any business eut runted to their
charge. Oftice at Rauskctt's building, on
JAM KS H. RION. JonN T. THOMAS.
ContiMniA, 8. C., Novomhor IC, 1871.
Nov 21_fimo _
A LOT of fino Kentucky
Baw MULES and HORSES, Just ar
T*? rived. Call at
aWLtaV DALY'S STABLEST
I Oot 7 On Assembly street.
By D.C. PEIXOrrO & 80?, Auctioneers.
BY virtue of a power of attorney to me di?
rected, 1 will sell at publio auction, on
MONDAY, the 29th instant, at the Exchange
HOUBC, at 10 o'clock,
AU the STOCK IN TRADE and FURNI?
TURE of tho Exchango House, consisting of
Chaira, Tables, Cutlery, Crockery, Glassware,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Kitchen Utensils,
Janll W. B. MONTEITH. Attorney In fact.
Sale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodore D. Wagner and Asbnry Coward,
Trust eos, vs. tho King's Mountain Railroad
Company.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By H. H. DeLEON.
IN pnrsnance of the terms of a Mortgage
executed by the King's Mountain Rail?
road Company, on the loth day of March,
1806, and by virtuo of the powers therein
granted, we will seU, at publio auction, at
harloaton, S.O., on WEDNESDAY, March
20, 1S"1, at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
Tho entire RAILROAD of tho said Compa?
ny, including the bed and superstructures of
said Hoad, the materials used in construc?
tion, the stations, station-houeo depots,
store-houaes, work-sbopB, machinery and fix?
tures thereon, and all tho engines aud rolling
stock, together with all tho rights, privileges
and easement belonging or appertaining-to
eaid llailroad Company.
Terms cash; purchasora to pay for papers
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
_Jao ll_ Truateea.
ALL peraonB having left joba of repairing
o? JEWELRY. WATCUE8, Ao., must call
for them within thirty days; from date, or tho
articles will he sold at publio auction for
amount of reoairs duo on them.
Deo20ths8? A. W. WEHBHAN.
Private Boarding House,
BY MRS. SAMUEL TOWN?
SEND. Senate street, South?
east or tho Capitol, one square
- -[f-lfrom Main surest, Columbia,
8. o. Deo 2 3m j
THE subscriber, anticipating
a removal, with a viow of fur?
bishing an entire new etook for
[tho spring acaaon, would inform
i the publio that for one month
1 from thia date will offer ber en?
tire presout stook of MILLI?
NERY and FANCY. GOODS,
at coat, for cash only. Being
prepared to give bargains in
every instance, would request a call at her
I Millinery Establishment, on Main street. East
aide. opposite to Mesure. J. H. & M. L. Ki
nurd's dry goods house.
Jan 14: _MRS. A. MoOORMIOK.
MT. ZION SCHOOL,
Winn&boro, S. 0.
THE Spring Session opens on
Monday, January 29. 1872. The
^sconrBe of instruction affords tho
^ rough preparation for any depart
mont of university study, or for
? <?3^ business life. The Virginia MilU
? tary Institute has reoentlv conferred npou this
School an Annual PRIZE SCHOLARSHIP,
covering the entire course in that institution.
; Address M. M. FARROW, Principal.
Richardson's Law Reports,
VOL. I, Now Series. State c&ah price, $C.
Also, the following new Law Books:
Brightly-Election Caeca. $7.50.
Hill on Fixtures. $2.
Tyler on Infancy and Coverture. $7.50.
Tyler on Ejectment and Adverse Enjoy?
ment. $7 50.
Dwarria on Statutes aud Constitutions.
Biehop's Law of Married Women. $7.f>0.
Langd ale'? Select CaBOs ou Contracte. $7.50.
Second Volume Brightlc\'s Federal Digest.
liam's Logal Judgment. $5.00.
Fur salo at BRYAN & MeCARTER'S
Dre 30 Bookstore.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
W. K. GBEEXFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
1AIIE Buggy stock embraces everything,
. from the plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
passengcr vehicles in large variety, iiicluding
Rrnwnolls, Rockaways, Pluetons, Victorias,
and s new alvie olfour-Heat Buggy. Thi
sleck is all fresh from the factories, is of the
latcft design, and, not least i m poi ian t. is
being sold at very low prices. Dec 20
Boots and Shoes,
THE old house of P. H. FLA
N1?AN, who for twenty years
^w. carried ou thc Shoo trude, and
w^^8>!ii'viT failed to give satisfaction
in every brauch, ia now opened by his sona,
and they will conduct the bittiness on the old
plan-keep nothing hut tlr<<t class goods,
quick salas ami .?hort protits. I
P. li. FLAN KIAN will superintend the Ma
nilfitciuring Department, ?ur! will he pleated
tu see his old frieuds and customer?, j
Our stock consists nf Men's, Boys', Youths',
Ladlee', Misses' und Children's
Shot s, of all Styles and Varieties.
They will leave nothing undone to morit a
fair shuro of the patronage so liberally be?
stowed on their father. Go and eeo them.
All Shoes exchanged or manny refunded.
Five first elliss BOOT-MAKERS wanted.
J. T. FLANIOAN A CO.,
Maia street, opposite L?rick A Lowrance's.
Cl. M. THOMPSON A co.,
HAS on hand tho ?
pH\ largest, most fash- jgggffiqA
LJ^V^ ioiuible, stylish, du-^jHgHj^Jp'
W Hsfcanablc und cheapest .UJltV*"""*^
stock ol BOOTS and SHOES in the State. All
A complete assortment of Gent's, Boys' and
ChildiPII'H HATS and CAPS. Nov 5 .'Imo
OAA BARRELS selected SEED TOTA
?5UUTOE8-Pink-Eyes, Earlv Roan,
Jackson Whites, Peach Blows and Early
Goodrich, for salo low by
Jau 10 EDWARD HOPE.
Tumbling Down Prices in Clothing.
THE undorBignod beg loavo to inform their
many friends and patrons that they have
oonoludod to reduce thoir large and varied
atock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats
and Genta1 Furnishing Goods, in order to
make room for a frosh arrival; and will,
thoreforo, diapoao of their gooda at prloea to
auit the moat skeptical. Thoytftl?o farther
pleasure in stating to the public that their
stock consists of snell goods as can be fully
warranted, and comprises gooda from the
lowest to the finoBt gradea. We make special
mention of our large assortment of OVER?
COATS, and persons in want of this necessary
appendage will do well by calling early at the j
popular Clothing Honae of
STRAUS ?i BRO.,
Deo 24_. Under the Columbia Hotel.
CHILDS & WILEY
ABE daily receiving the finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and yonng
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in tula
market. No cuatom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in style, and finish,
We sell tho boat, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from the manufacturera direct.
We keep the Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, and will take orders for half dozen
or more, and warrant a flt.
UNDER-WEAB in ail varietieB.
BUB BER CLOTHING.
GLOVES-Leather, Book, Kid, Dog, Bat and
Beal. Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all styles. Plain and fanoy
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
some that won't coin.
Wo will take Greeubacka at par for all
these._ Sept 26
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES ia
now full and complete, and
_"the publio may depend on
getting the beut at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
1 have also in atore and constantly arriving
all the neweat atylce of Ladlee' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elogant designs in Chaina, Bracelets, Char ms.
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beau tit ul
patterus in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Gooda suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all hr anches, by the beet work
mcu and at reasonable rates.
Oct 18 Columbia Hotel Bow.
The Dexter Stables.
TUE undersigned havo ru
moved their Stables to tho new
building, immediately South of
tJauuey's Hall, aud, with a new
fstock of CARRIAGES, BUG- i
??E8 ano fine HORSES, are prepared to an
HWer all calls that may Be mado upon tboui.
Horses bought and sold on commisHio:.. I
Persons in want ot good stock, aro iuvited to
givo us a call. Liberal advancea mado on
stock left for sale. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. BOYCK. ?
C. II. PKTWXOIIA. Jan 24
Martin's Slicing Sub-Soiler and Deep
THE undersigned having purchased thc
right for this State to manufacture sud
?oil thu above plow, the beat aud cheapest yet
lutrodnoed, desiree a reliable Agent at overy
Countv Court Bones in tho state.
Oct 10 EDJVARp KOYK.
IF it was only iu tho matter of GROCERIES,
fbi* question could novor bo asked, be
causo the people of Columbia and up-countiy
already know tho fact and act upon it.
We <>fi?.r tho host goods to bo found iu any
known market, and if better than the bust
cuiiKi possibly be had, we should have them.
('ur perishable goods aro fresh, daily. We
cm scarcely supply the demand, dull as times
are. In this o?ase wo include Hams, Break
f.ist Strips, Tongues, .Ve.
In Flour-handling, wo think, moro heavily
than any merchant boro, wo offer peculiar in?
ducements iu quality as in urice.
Tn Liquors, I am assured you have thc in .
side track. Wo trust hil who givo us a call
will acknowledge the "Corn."
In Fancy Grocorioa and Canned Goode, our
assortment is unequaled; overy novelty
Being addod to atock promptly, and standard
goods always on hand.
Bo, dear rcador, whenever yonr atock ol
Groceries rans short; whenever a delicacy ia
required for the nick room; whenever tho ap
petito of tho opiouro fails; in short, whenever
you want anything olao but Dry Gooda, Booto
and Shoes, or Qnoou's Delight, call; and wc
can loll you, also, where the* can bo got for
?nothing. GEO. BYMMEBS.
'->' ' . r o i. v sr tr m .' ;v '
p?oiFie air A?O.
Prim, fifi OtUA with Usual Advance for Time.
EXPEDIENCE in the ase or this OCA NO
for the psst six years in thia State, for
Colton and Corn, has so far established its
eharaoter for exoellence as to render com?
mon t unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of
the Company, to furnish the beet Concentrat?
ed Fertilizer at the lowest cost to coneumera,
thia Guano is pat into market this season At
the,above reduced price, which tho Company
is enabled to do by reason of its largo facili?
ties and tho reducid cost of manufacturo
Tho supplies put into market this season
aro, as h?r?toforo, prepared under the per?
sonal superintendence of Dr. Ht. Jnlien Rave
nel, Chemist ot. tho Company, at Charlen ton.
S.O.; hence planters may rest assured that
its quality and composition is precisely the
eamo as that berrtoferu sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can bo fertilized with 200 pounds ot Guano, at
a cost not exceeding tho present value or 38
pounds of cotton, while experience has shown
that under favo rabie condition of season and
cultivation, tho crop is increased by the ?p
i plication from two to three-fold tho natural
capacity of the soil; hence under no condition
1 could its application fail to componsate for
j tho outlay. Apply to J. N. HOBSON.
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 08 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantio Wharf,
Charlea ton,,rt. Cl
JOHN S. REESE & CO., General Agente.
Georgia Lime and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL LIME to the planting
public in full confide nco in ita excellence
It was extensively need tho past season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, and has given entire
satisfaction, as ia shown by a number of
certificates from some of the nest planters in
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our prices for Fertilizing, or X JJme, is Mo
?ier ton cash, put up in casks or barrels, do?
wered in the city or Augusta or at any lana -
lng on the Savannah River. The price of our
XXX, or Mason's Lime, is $2 per barrel, de?
livered as above.
We are agonts for the celebrated "StonewAl!
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English TDis
solved Bone," whicb_we receive direct from
England, and can oner io the publie at re?
duced prices. COLES, SIZER A CO.,
No. 14 McIntosh street, Augusta, Ga.
Agent, THOS. B. CLARKSON, Columbia, 8.
C._-. Oct 13 Orno
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIKE,
For Composting with Cotton Seed.
Price $25 Oath, with Usual Advance for Jims.
THIS artiole IB nrepaxed under the superin?
tendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN RAYENELj
expressly for composting with Cotton Seed.
It was introduced by this Company two
years ago, and its use has fully attested its
Taine. 200 to 250 pounds of this article per
acre, properly composted with the sams
weight of Cotton Seed, furnishes the planter
with a FERTILIZER of the highost excel?
lence at the smallest coat. A compost pre?
pared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains ali the elementa at
fertility that can enter into a first class FER?
TILIZER, while its economy must commend
its liberal use to planters.
For supplies and printed directions for
composting, apply to
J. N. B0B80N.
Agent Pacific Guano Oompany,
No. 68 East Bay A Nos. 1 A 2 Atlantio Wharf,
Charleston, B. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
Columbia Music Store*
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention ?E
the public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MU8ICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Books for every chis s cf Musical
Instruments on hand at all timex. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
?rice; and all kinds of Musical Goods sent by
xpresa, when ordered, to any part Of tba
State, marked O. O. D. Good .Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for Bale cheap, fur cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and wfiUgrve
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poin
desired, at moderate prices.
Ail orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring ud with
their patrouage. Scud for our catalogue of
Sheet Music aul Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank building,
Columbia. 8. C._ Nov 7
M. H. BERRY'S
Main Sired, near Plain.
_+ljkjf^XM*p% NOW on hand end daily r?c
??zJ*-??'?Yj?3ct iving from the mauufao
y ^ i J^TTOCJ '""*..* "f New York, Boston,
Mjiii asKMBwr Cincinnati and Louisville,the
Jr Jf largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suitu; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation: also, th?
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinda of MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING ioilt'A.'
shortest notice and in the hot.t maimer.
Terms cash and Geoda cheap. < let Sn
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. H. ORCHARD
Professor of Munie,
\linving determined to J.
_'resume Teaching, is now pre?
pared io lake pupils un tho Piano, Organ
and Guitar; aleo, iu Vocal Music. (laving for
over TitittTY TSARS had charge nf the Mask's!
Departments in tho first Female Grlle^e?
and schools or the Statis, ko deems it unne?
cessary tu make any other reference to hin
qualifications as a Teacher.
nie arrangements he has made with rovo
ral of thu most celebrated Piano-makers, will
enablo him to oller instruments of the v^.ry
first class at pilcos that defy competition.
Spocimeu Pianos now on baud. Tko so in
want of Instruments superior to any ever
offered for sale in this markot, will do well to
examino before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, AO.,
Tuned and repaired in tho MOST PEBFECT
MANNF.il and ou reasonable terms.
Apply al hts residence, corner of Laurel and
Henderson streets, or at tho bookstore of
Messrs. Duffie A Chapman._Oct 17
Pickles, Fruits and Vegetables.
1 PC A DOZEN, in glass and cans, of thc
LOU choicest kinds, ae follows: English
Piecalili and Chow Chow; California Apricots
and Bartlett Pears; Pino Apples, frosh Feaoh
os, PluniH, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Greec
Corn, Asparagus, Spanish Olives. Capers'
Worcester Sauoo, French and English Mus?
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paste,
Essence Coffoo, Ac; all fresh and for sale low
for cash._E. HOPE.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Bee
TN preference to Lon do* Porter sad Scotch
Alo. Why?Tti?y sMrf ft f? a&aOaltorated