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.Let our just Censures
Attend the True Event."
COLUMBIA, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1872.
BY J. A. SELBY.
WHAT A DBKAM DID. -Tho Fort Wayne
Sentinel soberly narrates the following as
A gentleman of high sooial position,
living in this County, has a son engaged
as a clerk in a large mercantile house in
Omaha. A few weeks ago, the father re?
ceived a letter from his eon to the effect
that he had been robbed of $5,030 be?
longing to his employer, while returning
from a collecting trip into the country.
The father was naturally troubled by the
intelligence, and when he retired to his
room for the night he lay awake for
some timo thinking of the unfortunate
oooarrence. At last he fell asleep, and,
as it seemed to bim, ho was sitting by a
table in a bed chamber of-Hotel,
of Omaha, listening to the conversation
of two young men who were recalling
tho particulars of a robbery in whioh
they had just been concerned, while
they counted over the proceods of tho
same with an exultant air.
Learning the number of their room,
he descended the stairs, consulted the
register, fixed their names in memory,
together with the date under whioh they
were written, and then awoke. He im?
mediately wrote a letter to his son, re?
questing him to call at the . Hotel,
look at the register, and if he found the
names of John B. Wilson and James
Frank inscribed on its pages, under the
dato of November, to have the partios
found, 'arrested and charged with the
thoftof the 85,000. The son followed
the directions, and from a letter received
by the father, yesterday, we learn that
the said John B. Wilson and James
Frank were arrested at the said hotel,
that they confessed to the felony, that
Si,912 of the lost money was recovered,
and that the offenders had been sent to
REVIVAL OP THQ SLAVE TRADE.-It
seeniB easier to abolish slavery, even
upoa such an immense scale as it lately
existed in Russia, than to keep the slave
trade down, notwithstanding the fact
that the latter is made piracy by the
codes of many governments, and ex?
pensive squadrons kept np to prevent
the inhuman traffic. We have lately re?
ferred to a phase of the slavo trade
whioh has recently presented itself in
the cotton-growing islands of tho South
Sea, whore it has grown to such propor?
tions that Senator Wilson has found it
necessary to introduce a bill to prohibit
citizens of the United States from en?
gaging in the deportation of theso
islanders. Our flag is used to cover the
transfer of natives from ono island to
another, where they are forced to engage
in labor. It is a clear case of kidnap?
ping, and one that demands investiga?
tion. The English Government has al?
ready taken the matter in hand, and is
investigating the case of Bishop Patter?
son, the successor of Bishop Selwyn in
that region, and whose self-denying and
benevolent labors have greatly endeared
him to the simple natives. The Bishop
had purchased at his own expense a
yacht in England, with whioh he was in
the habit of sailing from one island of
his diocese to another. Tho slave
traders are reported to have puinted one
of their vessols so os to represent this
yaoht, and about the time the Bishop's
visitation was expected at an island, they
wonld run their vessel near the ooost,
send a clerical-looking person ashore,
who would inform the natives, as they
thronged around him, that tho Bishop
was on board sick, and desired his
friends to oomo and Beo him. In this
way, numbers of tho unsuspecting
islanders were inveigled on the vessel,
where they were secured, while fruit
and provisions sent ion the missionary
were appropriated by tho crew, who
sailed away, mocking and jeering at the
unfortunate wives and children of their
victims on the shore. We are sorry to
hear that "oitizens of the United States"
are engaged with the English slave
traders in this infamous traffio. It was
by EagliBh and New England slave
traders that African slaves were first
brought to this country; bot we hud
hoped, in view of the great progress of
philanthropy in both those regions, that
none of their people would now be
guilty of such wickedness. Wo are
sorry to noe such rational expectations
disappointed, though it would bo scarcely
fair to regard the slave-traders as repre?
sentatives of their respectivo communi?
ties, os the Eu Klux ure held lo bo of
the Southern people.
Wo have also lately noticed the effort
to reaow the slavo trade in the island of
Cuba. This is done in face of solemn
and repeated treaty stipulations. As
long ago as 1817 the Spanish Govern?
ment, iu consideration of ?100,000 from
Great Britain, engaged to put u stop
uftor Muy 30, 1820, to tho sjuvo trade.
But though Great Britain paid tho
monoy. Spain contiuuod to tol?ralo tho
importation, occasionally issuing royal
orders nrging the Captaiu-Gouerul of
Cuba to prosecute more severely any
clondostiuo importation of negroes,
whioh those officials, being fully aware
of thu spirit of their Government, and
finding tho traffic a souroe of wealth to
themselves, took good care not to do.
The opou violations of the troaty caused
a fresh one to be drawn up between Eng
* laud and Spain in 1835, but it had no
effect, and the slave trade flourished np
to the breaking out of the Cuban insur?
rection in 18G8, when tho oonfnsion
oausod by this latter evont interrupted
it. The late attempt to revive it ought
to call forth effective measures for its
suppression by tho nnited efforts of all
oivilizad nations.-Ballimore San.
An Englishman has invontod a new
method of lighting houses with coal oil.
it is simply to have an oil tank at tho
top of the house, with pipes to convoy
the non-explosive to all tho lamps about
the building. The only advautago of
this method that we can see is, that it
will have a tendency to reduce the annual
crop of widows nod orphan?, tho whole
family, in case of an explosion, going up
tue spout together.
Acta and Joint R?solutions Passed by tb?
General Assembly- of Sooth Carolina,
Regular Hinton, i87i and IS?*.
AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE YOUNO MEN'S
FREE ENTERPRISE COUNCIL NO. 1, OF
GEORGETOWN, S. O.
Whereas, George H. Powley, Moses
Smalls, T. G. Rutledge, Anthony Jond
iug and Julius 0. SmallB, have prayed
that the Young Men's Free Enterprise
Council No. 1, of Georgetown, Sooth
Carolina, may bo incorporated; there?
SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate
1 and House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sitting in
, General Assembly, and by the authority of
the same, That, from and immediately
after the paesago of this Act, all those
persons who are now, or who hereafter
may become members of the said Coun?
cil, Bhall be, and tho same are hereby, in?
corporated, and hereby declared to be, a
body politio and corporate, in deed and
in law, by the name and style of the
Young Men's Free Enterpriso Council
No. 1, of Georgetown, South Carolina;
and by the said namo, shall havo per?
petual sucoessiou of officers and mem?
bers, and a common soul, with powor to
change, alter and make uew tho same, at
often as the said corporation shall deem
SEO. 2. That the said incorporation,
shall bo capable ia law, to purchase,
have, hold, receive, oujoy, possess anc
retain to itself, in perpetuity, or for anj
term of years, any lands, tenements oi
horeditaments, or other property of wha
nataro soovor, not exceeding tho sum o
ten thousand dollars, or to sell, or tc
alien tho same, as the said corporatioi
shall think fit, and by its uume, to stn
and bo sued, plead aud bo impleaded, it
any court of law or equity in this State
and to make such rules aud by-laws, no
repugnant to the laws of the land, as fo
tho ordor, good government and mauagc
meat thoroof, may be thought necessur,
SEC. 3. This Act shall bo deemed
publio Act, and continuo in force unti
Approved January 31, 1872.
AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE SCOTT RI FL
GUARDS, OF SUMTER.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sena,
and House of Representatives of the Sta
of Soutli Carolina, now met and sitting i
General Assembly, and by the authority <
the same, Thut Samuel J. Parson, Josep
Sumter, O.sooo Roach, and their asst:
ciatos and successors, bo, and thoy ai
hereby, incorporated a body politic
under tho name and style of the "Seo
Riflo Guards," iu deed and in law, ant
as such body politio, shall have tl
power to uso and keep a common sea
and the samo ut will to alter, to make ?
necessary by-laws, not repugnant to tl
laws of tho laud; and to havo success it
of officers and members, conformablo
such by-laws, to suo and be sued, plei
and be impleaded, iu any Court of Lo
or Equity in this State; and to have, u
and oujoy ail other rights, and be su
jeot to all other liabilities incident
SEC. 2. That this Act shall be deemi
aud taken to bea public Act, and sh
continue iu foroo for the space of foi
teen years from its passage.
Approved Jauuary 31, 1872.
AN Ad TO INCORPORATE THE WALU
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by thc Sen
and House of Representatives of the St
of Sf>uth Carolina, now mel and sitting
General Assembly, and by thc authority
the same. That Georg? Avinger, Sam
Brettas, Thomas Davis, Daniel And
son, Jacob MoDaniels, their associa
aud successors in offioo, be, aud they
hereby, constituted a body politic, um
tho namo aud Btyle of the "Wall
Wharf Company," with a oapitul stt
not exceeding ton thousand dollars, w
tho right to sue aud bo sued, to ph
aud be impleaded, in any court of cr
potent jurisdiction*, to have und to Ul
common seal, tho samo to alter at t
and pleasure: Provided, That said c
poratiou shall havo ali thu privilor
aud bo Mibjoct to all thu liabilities i
restrictions, applicable thereto, of
Act to regulato tho formation of cor
SEC. 2. This Act shall bo deome
publio Act, and shall remain in forco
a torm of fourteen years.
Approved January 31, 1872
AN AOT AUTHORIZING E. F. HNOLISn"
BUILD A DOOK AND COLLECT WHARF
iT PORT ROYAL CITY.
Be it enacted by the Senate and How
Representatives of the Slate of South C
lina, 7iow incl and sitting in Ge>,
Assembly, and by the authority of
same, That E. F. English be, and h
hereby, authorized to build a doo!
deep waters of Beaufort River, at :
Royal oity; to collect wharfago on
samo, und to UBQ, sell or loase said (
for his own benefit, subject to any
now existing or horeaftor to bo mad
relation to such property.
Approved Jauuary 31, 1872.
AN ACT TO AM UM) AN ACT ENTITLED
ACT TO INCORPORATE THE TRUSTEE
THE WALTERUORO MALE ACADEMY.
Be it enacted by the Senate and I.
of Representatives of the State of ?
Carolina, now mel and sitting in Ge
Assembly, and by the authority oj
same. That an Act entitled "An Aot to
incorporate the Trasteos of the Walter
boro Male Academy," be so amended,
by striking ont, in the first section of
said Aot, the names of the corporators,
making nnll and void tho powers of their
successors, and vesting all thc rights,
privileges and immunities in the Trus?
t?es of the Sohool District wherein the
said Academy is located.
Approved January 31, 1872.
ON MAR.KIAGE.-'HAPPY BELIEF FOU
YOUNO MEN from tho effects or Errors ami
Abuses in carly life. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured. Impediments to
Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. Now and remarkable remedies. Booka
and Circular? sent freo, in sealed envelope*.
AddroBH, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Stroet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deo 24 Smo
FRAUnULENT RI ISKR PRESENTA?
TIONS.-Among the pernicioua frauds of thc
period, there ia ono which especially deserves
tho reprehenden of all who place a propr.r
valuo on health and life. The swindle referred
to consists in tho attempts of irresponsible
parties, in different sections, of tho United
States, to force upon tho market vilo astrin?
gent Compounds manufactured out of da?
maged or worthless drugs and retune liquor,
aa preparations possessing tho raro modicinal
virtues of tho moat popular aud efficacious of
all vegetable tonics aud alteratives-1103
TETTEIt'S STOMACH BITTEBS.
Tbo concocter* of those "local bitter?" are,
iu the truest sense of tho phrase, public ene?
mies. Their fiery potions iuilame tho sto?
machs, stupofy the brains and shatter the
?ervos of those- wbo aro unwise enough to ac?
cept thom as substitutes for tho famous Vego
tablo Invigorant that, for twenty years, bas
been known throughout tho Western hemis?
phere as a standard article.
Tho faino of H est otter's Bitters, as a health
pr? serving, vitalizing medicine, ia as wide as
ibo world, and tho miserable attempts of
needy nostrum mongers to supplant it would
be treated with silent contempt, were it not
that serious consequences sometimes follows
tho uso of tho nofarioua compounds in ques?
tion. Whoever recommanda any of them as
remedien for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Consti?
pation, Intermit tent Fever, Rheumatism, or
any other complaint for which Hosteller's
Diitera is a known specific, is guilty of a
moral, if not a legal, misdemeanor. At this
season, when tho sun is reloading from tbo
earth, in tho form of unwholesome vapors, the
active principio of disease, a course of Hos
tetter's Hitters will be of tho utmost sorvico
to person* with feeble constitutions.
You are Troulileil willi u Bail Ureatn.
It annoys your friends a? well as yourself.
You would like to get rid of it, but 'scarcely |
know what means to adopt. Wo will toll you.
Use tho fragrant Sozodont; it will cleanse ami
beautify your teeth and leave jour brent h
Uarnett'n Stanrtnnl Flavoring Ki
racts- Lemon, Vanilla, Ac. Charge your |
orvauts and dealore, and observe that they
do not substituto in their stead any of the
pernicious unpalatable extracts with which
tho market is flooded. Burnett's Standard
Flavoring Extracts aro established as the j
strongest, purest and tho beet made.
Tl?? Terrine Duel between Prussia and I
Franco is over, bat thousands of battles bc- I
tween Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters and Dys?
pepsia aud Liver Complaint are now going
un in every State of the Union. Thu issue of
auch contests is never for ono moment iu
doubt. Tho conflict may last longer in some '
caeos than in others, but the loading Vegeta?
ble tonic and alterativo of the nineteenth
century invariably triumphs.
To Owner* of Horne* unu Cattle.-To
bias' Derby Condition Powders are warranted i
superior to any others, or no pay, fur the
cure of Distemper. Worms, Dots', Coughs,
Hide-bound, Colds, Ac, in Horses; and Colds,
Coughs, loss of milk, Black Tongue, Horn I
Distemper, Ac , in Cattle. Prico, twenty-five |
cents. Depot, 10 Park Placo, New York.
Carbolic Salve, rscommoiided by the
leading Physicians and' the President of the
New York Heard of Health, as the most won?
derful bealing compound ever known. Gives I
instant relief to burns; cures all kinds of
sores, cuts and wounds; aud a most in valua?
ble naive for all purposes. Sold everywhere,
at twenty-ll ve couts. John F. Henry, solo
proprietor, 8 College Placo, New York."
Hvapnla is opium euriflod of its sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Bigelow. Professor of Botany. Detroit Modi- j
cal College A moat perfect anodyne and!
soothing opiate, John Farr, Chemist, Ne? !
Uhrlatarioro'* Hali- Dye is Ul? ??font and 1
best. It corrects thu bad effect s of inferior
dyes, wini.) tho black er brown tints it pro?
duces are identical to nature. Factory, CS
Maiden Eulie, Now York.
Pratt** A?trai Ott-Safest and best illu?
minating Oil over made. Does not take fire
r explode, if tho lamp is upset or broken.
Over 130,000 families continue lo usu it, and
nd accidents of any description have occurred
from il. Oil flense of Charles Pratt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
Vit? Purent ami Sweetest Cou Ltvei OH
iu tho world is Ila/ard A Cae wei Ta, mad? on
the aea-shore, fr?>ui fresh selected liver*, by
Hazard, Caswell A Co , New York. It ls abso?
lutely puru aud a ?rent. Patienta who h?v<.
once taken it prefer it to all others. Physi?
cians have decided it superior lu any of the
other oils iu tho market.
Jiiuvln't Inodorous Iv lil Clove Cleaner
restores soiled gloves equal to new. Fur sals
by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price
2 > cents per buttle. F. C. Wall? A Co., New
Risley'* Phllotoken ?a ?o established,
warranted remedy for Painful Menstruation,
and equally efficient as a Nervous Antidote in
all cases of nervous excitement, stomach and
sleeplessness in male or female. Suhl every?
where for $1 0:) a bottle. Morgan A Risley,
Druggists, Now York, General Agents.
A Yuutliful Appearance and a Beautiful,
Clear Complexion is the desire of ovorvbody.
This effect i? produced by Using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth," a harmless beautifier of
tho skin. Will romove all discoloration, tan.
frockies and sn ni MI ms. The use of this de?
lightful toilet preparation cannot bo detected.
For salo by all druggists and fancy gooda
dealers. Depot, G Gold street, Now York.
ftlra. Winslow**. Snot liing s y rup,- 11 re
lieves the little suff< rcr from pain, cures win
colic, regulates the stomach and bowels, cor
rects acidity, and during the process of teeth
ing it is invaluable. Perfectly safe iu all cases
as millions of mothers ctn testify.
Feb 2 t Imo
? i TOE underpinned, havo ro
contly opened nu entire NEW
STOCK of article? in theabovo
line, which ha? been carefully
?elect ed. They in rite A mill
from thu citizons to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their stock embrace* O ROOKERY, CHINA,
PLATED-WARE, TADLE CUTLERY, Eto.
KINGSLAND Ai II KATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
II. KINOBLANO. J. A. HEATH.
Regular Line Liverpool and Charles?
THE undersigned have now I
FOUR BASKS, of light draft, in
addition to tho VINCO, already
well known in the trade, which
they propose to run regularly be?
tween tho abovo ports, leaving Liverpool
every month, or oftonor, if Buflicient freight
offer*; and it is earnestly requested that im?
porters will order their goods shipped direct
by this lino, thereby saving extra freight and
other exocn.ics, now paid on goods ?ia Now
York, and nlso inoroaso tho commerce and
proanerity of our port. All orders sent to tho
principals, in Liverpool, will bo carefully at?
tended to and executed on the most favorable
terme. For full particulars, apply to Mosers.
JOHN S. DE WOLF 4 CO.. Liverpool, Englaud;
HENRY CARD, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston. S. C. Jan 2G f2mo
Ii^OR salo at New York rates, at
1 THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS HANK.
S)f\f\BARRELS selected SEED POTA
?U\J\J TOES-Pink-Eyes, Early Boee,
Jackson Whites, Peach Blows and Early
Goodrich, for salo low by
Jan 10_EDWARD HOPE.
Blood and Liver Pills.
TO cure SICK HEADACHE, Sick Stomach,
Dizziucss or Vertigo, Bad Tasto in tho
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation nf tho
Heart, Nervousness, Constipation, Pain.? in
tho Breast and Back, Kidney Affections.
To euro all Disorders of tho Livor.
To Regulate tho Dowels.
To Purify tho Blood.
To givo new lifo to tho whole System, tho
B'ood and Liver. Cannot be surpassed. Try
only ono box; you will ho convinced. For
Bale only at UEINITSH'S
Jan G Drug Store.
" MOSETGOLDSMITH & SON,
Oulunade Hom, Vendue. Mange, Charleston, S. C,
nKA LEUS IN
Scotch, Pig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of
lu store, iou tons EGLINTON PIG.
_Nov i!8_ _ly
?F it was only in the matter of GROCERIES,
tliiH question could never be asked, be
caneo tht: people of Columbia ami up-conilttj
alrcadv know the tact and act upon it.
Wo offer tho best goods to he found in any
known market, and if better than the best
could possibly lie had, we should have them.
Our pcrishablo goods aro freeh, daily. We
can scarcely biipply tho demand, dull as times
are. In this class wo include Hams, Break?
fast Strips, Tongues, Ac.
In Flour-handling, wo think, moro heavily
than any merchant here, we oller peculiar in?
ducements in quality as in price,
In Liquors, I am assured yon have the in
side track. We trust all who give us a call
will acknowledge tho "Corn."
In Paney Groceries and Canned doods, our
assortment is unequaled; every novelty
being added to stock promptly, and standard
goods alwayb on hand.
So, dear reader, whenever your stock ol
Groceries runt-?hort; whenever a delicacy ia
required for the sick rom?; whenever the ap?
petite of the epicure fails; in short, whenever
you want anything else hut Dry doods, Boom
ami Shoes, or Queen's Delight, call; and w<
can tell you, also, where they eau be got for
nothing " PEP. SY.MMEHS.
Pocket Diaries for 1872.
4 LL sistt-H and pri?es. Miller's Almanacs
XJL ?or 187:3. Also, I.emile's, Casaoll's anti
tither Pictorial Almanacs.
1,000 SrEUKOSCOpiO VIEWS, in Europe
ami America, colored and plain, carefully so
leuted. For nate ai
Jan 3 l!ttYAN A Me ; VP.THU'S Bookstore.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PEAS, Means. Com, Cabbage, and every
variety nf frosh and genuine Needs, for
sale hy FISHER A SI LLIMAN, Druggists,
Jan'JU i m poa! te Columbia Hotel.
Money to Lend,
X aiarkotabln collaterals, at
I li K CI ri/.ENS' SAVINGS BANK.
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professur nf Musi* ami dealer ht Piano Forte?.
APPLY at lils rosidence, corner of Laurul
ami Henderson streets, or at the book?
store of Du Hie A Chapman.
Piano Fort s, Organs and Melodious
Tuned amt Repaired. Jan 23 Hmo
Portraits Painted in Oil
I71HOM life, or from thu smallest picture.
. Photographs Colored in all styles. Also
Lessons given in Drawing ami Painting.
Apply at Brvau A McCarter's bookstore, or
at tho residence Of Prof. WM. II. O RC HA lt D,
corner of Laure) and Henderson streets.
Jan 23 Sinn
One Puncheon Lochgilphead.
Ttl IE beat SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearly at cost.
Nov 15 JOHN C. SEF.OERS.
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
AFULL SUPPLY o? CHOICE FAMILY
GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Best
brands Champagnes, Wims, Liquors, Ac.,
suitable for Christmas, nu hand and for sale
low. by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Lad.eu' and Miaacs' OVER?
Ladies* and Genta' FOOT-HOLDS.
Ladiea' and Gents' CORK SOLES.
GontB' WATER-PROOF BOOTS.
Genta* Woolen OVER-8nOE?.
Gents* Black and Colored OVER OAITEIv3.
Cbildron'a WINTER SHOES.
Jan 21_J. MEIGHAN.
WE HAVE RE ORGANIZED""
And secured tho Bcrvicos of a
FIRST CLASS CUTTER.
And as the season is lato, and our stock of
1KB IF HUHS
AT REDUCED RATES,
[And Guarantee Satiefaction.
Stock cf Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Ia Btill large, and deduction in price will be
mado to reduce it. We aro atill taking orders
for Shirts, warranting a fit.
If you want ?tee goods, give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAPPIELD.
j January 18_
M. H. BERRY'8
Aiain Street, near Plain.
NOW on band and daily re
ictiving from tho manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE over kept in thia market, coneiBting
in part of Walnnt Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Rooni Suits; WO Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-hot toni ("hairs.
All kinds o? MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
jhortost notice and in the.bost manner.
Terms cash and Goods cheap. Oct 30
Columbia SSusic Store.
LyBrand & Son
ri WKE pleasure in calling the attention of
X tho public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodre?a, Violins, Guitars, Banjo?, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brass and Silver Band Instru?
ments ol all kinds. Also, Sheet Mu-ie and
Instruction Bouka for every olaf? of Musical
Instrument? on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent hy mail, post paid, on receipt of
orice; and all kind? of Musical Coeds sent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of tho
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for bale cheap, for ca?h.
Pianos. Organs and Melodeotis tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
? special attention te Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poln
desired, at moderate pi ices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia, s. C. Nov 7
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
TT don . contain Oocoeulus Indiens Fish '.
[ llerriea i <> make sleepy or headache.
i TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER, j
Jr ti tubs Mountain Butter.
;i tuba lino Goshen Butter.
All nice ,iinl fresh and for aale LOW.
Out 1 L?RICK A LOWRANCE
S O li U II Ii H
FAG IFIC GUANO.
Price, NS tosh with Usual Advance fur Time.
EXPERIENCE in tho nae of this GUANO
tortho -*?*t six year? in this State, for |
Colton and Corn, has so far oatabliahtd its
character for excellence aa te render com?
ment unnecp' ?ry.
lu accordance with tho established policy of
the Company, to furnish the beat Concentr?t
od Fertilizer at the loweat cost lo consumers, I
thia Guano i? put into market (his seaaou at '
tho above reduced price, which tho Company
is enabled to do by reason of ita large facili?
ties and tho roducetl cost of manufacturo.
Tho supplies put into market this season
are, as heretofore, prepared under tho per?
sonal superintendence of Dr. St. Julien Ravo
11 l-l. Chemist of the Company, at Charloaton,
S.C.; heneo planters may roat aaeured that
ita quality and composition ia prcciaely tho
hame as that her future sold. |
At tho present low price,ovory acre planted i
can be fertilized with 200 poonda of Guano,at I
a con! not ex.-; : ding tho present value of 30
pounds of cotton, while experience liss shown
thai under favorable condition of season and
! cultivation, tho crop is increased by Ibo ap- |
I plication from two to three-fold Iho natural
I capacity of the ?oil; hence under no condition ,
i could its application fail to compensate for
the outlay. Apply to J. N ROBSON.
Agent Pacido Guano Company, j
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf, :
j Charleston, S. C.
JOHN H. REESE A CO.. General Agents.
Nov :t0 8mu
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
. m 9
fy WE claim to havo one of the finest
?JV stocks of WATCHES, of all beat EnK
nfiiiBaV'"1' SwidB and Amorican makore. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, onr stock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goode.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
branchea, by the beat of workmen.
WM. GLAZE, .
NOT 19_Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe. ,
Boots and Shoes,
THE old house of P. H. FLAN?
NIGAN, who for twenty yeare
carried on the Shoe trade, and
?never failed to giro satisfaction
in every branch, is now opened by his anna,
and they will conduct tho business on the old
plan-keep notbiug bot first clans gooda,
quick sales and short profits.
P. H. FLAN IG AN will superintend tho Ma?
nufacturing Department, and will be ploased
to see his old friends and customers.
Our stock consists of Meu's, Roys', Youths',
Ladies', Missus' and Children's
Shoes, of all Styles and Varieties?
They will leavo nothing undono to niorit a
fair s bare of tho patronage BO liberally be?
stowed on their father. Go and BOO them.
All Shoes exchanged or monev refunded.
Five firet class BOOT-MAKERS wanted.
J. T. FLANIGAN A CO.,
Main street, opposite L?rick Sc Lowrance's.
Deo 19 _
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receiving tho finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in this
market. No cn^tom-mado can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in style, and fiaieh,
Wo sell tho best, at lower ratea than those
who don't buy from tho manufacturera direct.
We keep tho Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, and will take orders for half dozon
or more, and warrant a flt.
UN DER-WE AR in all varieties.
GLOVES-Leather, Buck, Kid, Dog, Bat and
Soal. Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAB-all etyloa. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLABS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aomo that won't coin.
We will take Greenbacks at par for all
these._ Sept 26
Get the Best !
MY line of WATCHES is
now full and complote, and
_ktho public may depend on
getting tue best at the lowest possible figures,
aa my facilities aro euch that I di fy competi?
tion from any market.
I havo also in store and constantly arriving
all tho newest styles of Radies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs iu Chains, Bracelets, Charms,
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most bcautitui
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Bepairirg in all branches, by the beet work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13 Colombia Hotel Bow
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
/-o I HAVR on ??and a ?elect_
\fh\ stock of WATCHES. JEWEL-c?9^
JfcARY, CLOCKS. SILVER and PLATED
WAKE, which I will diannne of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in my line done promptly and
on good terms.
All articlea and work warranted to be aa
represented. GEO. BRUN8,
2d door below PHOENIX office, Main street.
The Dexter Stahles.
fl?* THE undersigned havo re
JL^vYi moved thuir Stables to the now
?j??y?^?^? building, immediately South of
'?&/*?^T?Kk^anm'?''8 Dall, and, with a new
VT^S^ f ?tock of CARRIAOE8, BUG?
GIES ann lino HORSES, aro prepared to an
?wir all calls that may bo made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons iu want jf good stock, aro invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made on
stock left for sale. BOYCE A CO.
Wi H. BorcE.
C. H. PETTI Non.!.._Jan 24
AFEW rossons why they should have the
pr?f?rence, over all others:
1. wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machino ia
Hinch idmpltT than any of tho others; re?
quiring loos th au half the amount of ma?
2. At- th? result ft this fdmplioily, this ma?
chine is much less hubie than tho others lo
get out of repair.
3. Another result of this simplicity is
4. Another result ie less friction, and, con?
sequent great er ease and rapidity of mo?
tion, with lesa noise.
5. And greatest of all, that it UPCS no Shut?
tle, and makes the lock stitch.
It is tho cheapest to buy the beat. Buy tho
machino that bas Justly, fairly and honora?
bly wou a reputation aud independence
against a strong and bit tor competition. For
moro than twenty years has tno Wheoler*
Wilson not only stood tiret and foremost, but
now stands tho unrivalled SewingMachinool
the enlightened civilized world. Bnv tho ma?
chine that baa bern thus tested and proved,
an 1 then you are sure to get the beet. For
sale on tho easiest possible terms. Sales?
room Main street, second door below PniENix
office. Columbia, S. C.
J. S. PUR8LEY, Agent.
A. WnvTK, General Southern Agent.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and aold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.