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''Let our put Censores
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1872. VOL. VII--NO. 27#
Acta Md Joint Resolution*PuMd by tin
Oan?t?l Assembly of Sonih Carolina,
Ungular geulon, 1871 ?nd 187?.
AK ACT TO CHASTER THE TOWN OF DELTON,
HT THE COUNTY OF ANDERSON AND STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
SECTION 1. Bo il enacted by tho Senate
and House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and siding in
General Assembly, and by the authority of
the same, That from and after the pas?
sage of this Act, ali citizens of this State,
having resided sixty days in the town of
Belton, shall be deemed, and are hereby
declared to bo, a body politic: and cor?
porate, and tho Baid town aimil be called
and known by the name of Belton, and
ita corporate limits shall extend one-half
mile in each direction from the depot in
SEO. 2. That the said town shall be
governed by an Intendant and six War?
dens, who shall be citizen? of the United
States, and shall be residents of the said
town for sixty days immediately preced?
ing their election, who shall be elected
on the second Monday in April, 1872,
and every year thereafter on the second
Monday in Jannary; ten days' publio no?
tice thereof being previously given, and
that all male inhabitants, of the age ol
twenty-one (21) years, citizens of the
State, and who have resided in the said
town for sixty days immediately preced?
ing the eleotion, shall be entitled to vote
for said lutendant and Wardens.
SEO. 3. That the eleotion for Intend?
ant and Wardens of the said town shall
be held in some convenient honse, oi
some other convenient pnblio place in
the said town, from 9 o'olook in the
morning until 5 o'clookin the afternoon;
and when the polls shall ba closed, tin
managers shall forthwith count the votes,
and proclaim the election, and give no?
tice in writing to tho persons elected.
At the first eleotion for Intendant anc
Wardens, Messrs. G. W. McGee, B. D,
Dean and Ira Williams are hereby ap
pointed to aot as managers, with an tho
rity to supply, by appointment, vacan
cies that may ocour from death, refusa
to serve or otherwise. The Intendanl
and Wardens BO elected shall appoint
three managers to hold the on sn in g ant
any subsequent election. Tho managers
in each case, shall, before they open th?
polls for said election, take an oath fair
ly and impartially to conduct the same
And that the Intendant and Wardens
before entering on tho duties of thei
respective offices, shall take the oatl
prescribed by the Constitution of thi
State, and also the following oath, t<
wit: "As Intendant (or Warden) of tb
town of Belton, I will equally and im
partially, to the best of my ability, exoi
eise the trust reposed in me, and wi)
ase my best endeavors to preserve th
peace and carry into effect, according t
law, the purposes for whioh I have bee.
elected. So help mo, God." The sai
Intendant and Wardens shall hold thei
offices from the time of their eleotio
nntil the second Monday in Jannary en
suing, and until their successors shall b
elected and qualified.
SEC. 4. That in case a vac nt: cy sha
oocur in the office of Intendant or an
of the Wardens, by death, reaignatioi
removal or otherwise, or in case of a ti
in said election, an election to fill sue
vacancy shall bo held by the tippoin
ment of the Intendant and Warden, c
Wardens, as tho case may be, ten day
public notice being previously givei
and in case of sickness or temporary al
senoe of the Intendant, the Warden
forming a Council!, shall be empowere
to elect one of tho number to act in h
stead during the time,
SEC. 5. That tho Intendant and Wan
ens, daly elected and qualified, sha)
daring their term of service, several
and respectively ,be vested with all tl
jurisdiction and powers of Trial Ju
tices or Justices of the Peace, except tl
trial of civil cases, and except as it mi
be otherwise provided iu this Aot, with
the limits of said town; and the Intern
ant shall and mny, as often SB be mi
deem necessary, summon the Warde:
to meet in Council, any two of wbot
with the lutendant, may constitute
quorum to transact business, and tb
shall be known by the name of the To?
Council of Belton; and they and tin
successors Jberea'ter to be elected m
have a common seal, which shall41
affixed to all of their ordinances; ni
the said Town Council shull have u
thority to appoint, from timo to time,
they may seo fit, snob und so ninny pi
per persons to not nu Marshals or Co
stables of Bait! town, as the said Coum
may doom necessary and expedient f
the preservation ol peuce, good ord
and police thereof; which persons,
appointed, shall, within tho oorpon
limits of said town, have thu power ui
privileges and emoluments, and be su
ject to all tho obligations, penalties a
regulations provided by law for tho oil
of Constable, and shall be liable to
1 removed at tho pleasure of said Count
and the said Town Con noil shall hu
power to establish, or authorize the
tablishment of, n market-house in sr
town; and the said Town (Junneil sh
have full power and authority, unt
their oorporato seul, to moko all sn
mles, by-laws and ordinances, respe
ing the streets, roads, market-house a
the business thereof, and tho police s
tem of the said town, as shall appear
them necessary and propor for the
carity, welfare and convenience, and
preserving health, order and good j
vernment within the same; aud the si
Town Counoil may impose flues
offences against their by-laws und or
nances, and appropriate tho samo to i
publio use of said town; and tho s
Council shall have power to compel i
attendance of witnesses and reqn
them to give evidence upon tho trial
foro thom of any person for the vic
tion of any of these by-laws or oi
nances, but no fine above the snm
twenty dollars shall bo collected by
Town Council, except by suit in court
competent jurisdiction; aud provid
also, that no Uno shull excoed fifty t
lars; and, also, that nothing heroin c
I tamed shall authorize, the said Council
j to make any by-laws or ordinances incon?
sistent with or repugnant to the laws of
thia State; and all the by-laws, rules and
ordinances the said Council may make
shall, at all times, be subjeot to r?visai
I or repeal by the General Assembly ol
I SEO. 6. That the said Intendant and
Wardens shall have full power to abate
and remove nuisances in the said town,
keep all roads, ways and streets within
the corporate limits in good repair; and
I for that purpoHo they ure invested with
I all the powers heretofore granted to
Commissioners of Roads, and shall have
full power to classify and arrange the in?
habitants of said town, liable to street,
road or other public duty therein, and to
force tho performance of such duty,
I under such penalties as are now, or shall
hereafter be, prescribed by law : Pro?
vided, That the said Town Counoil may
compound with persons liable to perform
I such duty, upon snoh terms, and on the
payment of such sums, as may be esta?
blished by laws or ordinance: And pro?
vided, also, That the individuate who
compose tho said Town Council shall be
I exempt from the performance of road
and police duty, and the inhabitants of
the said town are hereby exempt from
road and police duty without the corpo
I rate limits of said town.
SEC. 7. That tho power to grant or ro
I fuse license for billiard tables, to keep
tavern or retail spirituous liquors, within
I the limits of the said corporation be, and
the same is hereby, vested in tho Town
Council of Belton, and they shall also
I have power to impose a tax on shows or
exhibitions, for gain or reward, within
I the limits, and all moneys so received
shall be appropriated to thu publia use ol
I said corporation.
SEO. 8. That tho said To wu Council
of Belton shall have power to arrest and
commit to jail, for a space of time uol
I exceeding twelve hours, and to a fiuonol
exceeding twenty dollars, any person ni
persons who shall be guilty of disorderly
eonduot in said town to the annoyanc<
of citizens thereof, and it shall bo tb?
I duty of the Marshal of the town to muki
such arrest, and call to his assistance tin
possa comiiatus, if necessary; and, upoi
failure to perform Buch duty, bo shall bi
fined in a sum not more than tweet;
dollars for each and every o llenen.
SEC. 9. That the said Town Counci
of Beltou shall also have powor to im
pose and collect an annual tax upon th
assessed property of said town: Pro
\vided, No tax shall be imposed, in an;
ono year, to exceed tho rate of ten ceut
on each huudred dollars of such aesessei
[property; and that tho money so raise
shall bo applied to the uso ot tho sai
town. The said Town Council shu
have power to euforco the payment of a
taxes levied by the said Town Counci
to the same extent and iu the same mat
ner as is now, or hereafter shall bo, prc
vided by law for tho collection of th
general State taxes.
SEC. 10. That the said Town Council (
j Belton shall have power to regulate suh
at auotion within the limits of said to wi
and to grant licenses to auctioneer
provided nothing heroin contained sha
extend to nales of Sheriff, Clerk of tl
I Court, Judge of Probate, Coroner, Ex
outer, Administrator, Assignoe in Ban!
jtuptcy, or by any other person out i
tho order, decree of any Court, Tri
Justice, or Justice of the Pence.
SEO. ll. That this Act shall be deem?
a public Act, and shall continue iu for
Approved January 31, 1872.
AN ACT TO RENEW THE CIIARTEK OP Tl
PALMETTO FIRE ENQINE COMPANY I
COLUMBIA, S. O.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Hoi
of Representatives of the State of Sou
Carolina, now met and sitting in Genet
Assembly, and by thc authority of i
same, That the charter of tho Pulmel
Fire Engioe Company of Columbia, 1
and tho same is hereby, renewed and c
tended for a period of fifteeu yenrs; a
tho said Company is hereby anthoriz
to adopt the namo and stylo of Palme'
Steam Kire Engine Company.
Approved January Bl, 1872.
AN ACT TO INCORPORATE TUE ENTERPR1
ASSOCIATION, OP CHARLESTON, SOC
SEcrioN 1. Bc it enacted by the Sen
and House of Rejyrcsentatives of the Si
of South Carolina, now viet and silting
General Assembly, and by the authority
\ the same, That Jacob Mills, T. A. Du\
N. Spencer, Samuel Marion, Aai
Wrighten, Abraham Williams, Jose
Parker, S. B. Middloton, Richard Whi
Georgo Martin, Jacob Royal, Johu
Adams, R. N. Gregorio, Isaac West
Edward Weston, their associates r
successors, are hereby made aud croa
a body politic and corporate, under
name and style of "Tho Enterprise
sociatiou, of Charleston, South Cu
SEO. 2. And said corporation si
hove powor to make by-laws, not rep
nant to tho laws of thu laud, and si
havo succession of officers and merni)
according to their election, and to k
and uso a common seal, tho samo to a
at will; to BUO and bo sued, in any Cc
in this Stato; to have and enjoy ev
right, power and privilogo incition
such corporations; and it is hereby
powered to acquire, retain and oujoj
Buch property, real anti personal, as i
bo given, or bequeathed to, or purclu
by it, and to sell, convey or mortgage
the same, or any port thereof, at will.
Ssc. 3. That Haid corporation may,
from time to time, invent moneys, assets,
or any property which it may acquire,
io Buoh real and personal property,
bonds, Btaoks, or in sureties, iu such
snrns and and on such terms and condi?
tions as it may deem proper, and to exe?
cute bonds, &o., under its cor por uto
Beal: Provided, That the maximum value
of all property held and owned by said
corporation shall not exceed fifty thou?
sand (850,000) dollars.
SEO. 4. This Act shall continue in
force during twenty years, anti may be
given in evidence without being espe?
Approved February 2, 1872.
GUARD YOUR HEALTH AND LIFE.
How inconsietont is human naturi! Mon
oarry revolvers to protect themselves against
ruffians in well-polishod cities, where the pre?
caution ia unDOcceeary, often neglect to
fortify their syetema against diaoaao in tho
moat unhealthy seasons. Thousanda of dya
poptics and other invalids aro now languish- j
iug in sick rooms, or feebly and listlessly
moving through our streets, who owo their
forlorn condition solely to a want of common
prudonco. Far more inimical than thc roughs
and rowdies, against whoee possible attacks
the timid arm themselves, are the morbid
elementa that pervade tho atmoaphero at thia
timo of tho year, and yet although it ia an
undeoiod and undeniable fact that HOSTET
TER'S ?TOM AC li BITTERS afford a moro
perfect protection against these oauaea of
disease than any weapon of offence can nfford
against lawlcsB violence, the reckless and in?
considerate continue to bravo the danger with
a positive safeguard within their reach.
Every day, however, tho number of these
martyrs to their own want of forecast dimi?
nishes. Each succeeding season di mon?
al rates more clearly tho inestimable value of
the Bitters, both aa an antidote for the canaca
of disease, and a specific for ita consequences.
Tho miaama which generates pei iodic disor?
ders, rheumatism, liver complaint, irregula?
rity ot tho bowels and other physical dis?
turbances, producea no effect whatever upon
systems toned, strengthened and regulated
by thia poworful vegetable medicine, and dya
pep da, nervoua debility, constipation, inter?
mittent and remittent fevers, biliousncaa,
and, in fact, nearly all tho maladies which
tho Bitters, if taken in time, would preoenl,
aro cured by tho persevering usc of the great
Tho genuino Bitters sold in bottles only,
aud never by tho barrel, keg or gallon, as
ia represented bv aomo unprincipled dealera.
ON MAURI AGC-HAPPY BELIEF FOR
YOUNG MEN from the effects or Errors and
Abuses in carly life. Manhood restored.
Nervous debility cured. Im pt dim en ts to
Marriage removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Addreaa, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Deo 24 3mo
You aire Troulileil willi ti Ililli li rc wt ti.
It annoys your friends aa well aa yourself.
You would like to get rid of it, but scarcely
know what means to adopt. We will tell you.
Uae the fragrant Sozodont; it will cloatiae'and
beautify your teeth and leave your breath
llurnett'u Sianiluril Flavoring Ei
tructs-Lemon, Vanilla, ?Ste. Charge ?our
servants aud dealers, and obacrve thal they
do not aubatituto in their stead any of the
pernicious unpalatable extracts with which
tho market ia flooded. Burnett's Standard
Flavoring Extracts are ostabliahed aa tho
strongest, purest and the best made.
Tlie Terrille Duel between Prussia and
Franco is over, but thousands of battles be?
tween Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters and Dys?
pepsia and Liver Complaint are now going
ou in every State of the Union. Thu issue of
such coutcata ia never for one moment in
doubt. Thu cnuflict may iaat longer in acme
c.ines than in othera, but the leading Vegeta?
ble tonic and alterativo of the nineteenth
century invariably triumphs.
To Owucm ol" llorac* and Cullie -To?
bias' Derby Condition Powders are warranted !
superior to any othera, or no pay, for tho
euro of Distemper. Worina, Bot?, CougliB,
Hide-bound. Colds, Ac, in Horses; and Colds,
Coughs, loss of milk. Black Tongue, Horn j
Distemper, ?Vc, in Cattle. Price, twenty-live I
centa. Depot, 10 l'ark Place, New York.
Carbolic suive, recommended hy the I
leading Physicians and the President of the
New York Beard of Health, lin tho mont won?
derful bealing compound ever known, divert
instant relief lo burua; cures all kinds of
Borea, cuta und wounds; and a most iuvulua
hie salvu for all purposes. Wohl everywhere,
at twenty-five cents. John F. Henry, sole |
proprietor, 8 College Place. New York."
Kvapnla ib Opium unrifled of its sickening
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Bigelow. Professor of Botany. Detroit Medi?
cal College A most perfect anodyne and
soothing opiate, John Farr, Chemist, Now
ClirlatuiIoro'H Hu lr Dye is the surent and
host. It correcta the hud effects of inferior
<lye?, whil'j thu black or brown tints it pro?
duces are identical to nature. Factory, Cs
Maiden Lane, New York.
Fruit'? A an-a? Oil- Saleat And host illu?
minating Oil ever made. Dues not take Uro
or explode, if the lamp ia upset or broken.
Over ISO,OOO families ct ntinue to use it, ami
no accidenta of any description have occurred
from it. Oil House of Charles Pratt, osta?
bliahed 1770, New York.
The I'urmt anil Sweetest Coil Llvci Oil
iu tho world ia Hazard A. CaawcU'a, made on
tho sea-shore, from froab selected livers, by
Hazard, Caswell ,V Co., New York. It ia abso?
lutely puro and sweet. Patienta who have
onco taken it prefer it to all others. Phyai
ciaiiB have decided it superior to any of the
other oila in tho market.
Jouvln'a ? noiloi ons IClii Clove C li mier
restores aoiled gloves equal to new. For sal?
by druggists and fancy gooda doalors. Price
25 couta per bottlo. F. C. Wolla A Co., New
llUlry*? I'lillolnkin jH an established,
warranted remedy for l'ai ni ol Menstruation,
and equally efficient aa a Nervous Antidote in
all caaoa or nervoua excitement, stomach and
sleeplessness in male or remalo. Sohl every?
where for $1.0!) a bottle. Morgan A Risley,
Druggists, Now York. (Jenora! Agents.
A Youthful A pp. ui un. e and a Beautiful,
Clear Complexion ia tho dcairo of evorybody.
Thia effect ia produced by using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom of Youth," a harmless boantiUer of
the akin. Will remove all discoloration, tan.
freckfesa and aanburns. The une of this de?
lightful toilot preparation cannot bo detected.
For aale by all drngg'ila and fancy gooda
dealera. Depot, 6 Gold street, New York.
Airs. Window's Sooititng Syrup.-It re?
lieves the little Bufferer from pain, euros wind
colic, rugnlateB the stomach and bowels, cor?
rects acidity, and during tho process of tooth?
ing it is invaluable. Perfectly safo in all canes,
aa millions of mothers can testify.
Feb2 " tilmo
New York Exohange
BOCO HT and sold, at
THE CIT1ZEN8' SAYINGS BANK.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
ALAUGE assortment of freak GARDEN
SEEDS, Onion Sets, Ao.. for sale low.
Jan 13 EDWARD HOPE.
BOUGHT at a moderato discount, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK. _
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Biah
opa and other Clergv ot the Anglican
Church. Vol. I. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a now Novel, by Mies Muloch. 50c.
_Jan 14_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
Kentucky Horses and Mules.
<j\ A FINE lot o? Kentucky]?*,.
7?jTS?t.?ck -H O P. H E SAN D^B
l i / i MULES-juat received and^l^JL
for salo. Can bo aoen at Mr. owen
Daly's Stables, on Assembly street.
Jan 12_JOHN N. LONG.
ALARGE number of Ano KENTUCKY
MULES, which may he seen at Charles
Logan's Stables, corner Sonato and Assembly
streelB. W. S. A J. M. TALBOT.
Jan 13 _
Mules and Horses.
_ A stock of Uno MULES and Ma.
HOItSF.y constantly on hiimlTjS?
Jp?(l;U the NATIONAL il OTEL J?2u
?M ll .STABLES. Liberal advancco uiauo
on horses on consignment for sale.
Jan 13 Imo I'. HAMILTON JOYNER.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Applv nt
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVIN?S"BANK.
^_ A LOT of Ano Kentuckv A
Rfegaxt MELES and ?IORSES, just ar-/Y??k
<Wa rived. Cull at [ W *
?MLO> DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On AsKombiv street.
Fresh. Garden Seeds. l?*r<s?ua
I3EAS, Beans, Corn, Cabbage, and every
varictv of fresh and genuine Heeds, for
salo hy FISHER A SILLIMAN, Druggists,
Jan 20 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Mnsiv and?ealer in J'inuo Portes.
APPLY at his residence, eorn'-r of Laurel
and Henderson streets, or al the book?
store of Dultio A Chapman.
Piano Fortes. Organs and Melodeons
Tuned and Repaired. Jan 2:1 ?luid
Portraits Painted in Oil
FROM life, or from tho smallest picture.
Photographs Colored in ali htyles. Also
Lessons given in Drawing and fainting.
Apply at Brvan A McOarti-r'a bookstore, or
at tho residence o? Prof. WM. H. ORCHARD,
corner of Laurel and Henderson streets.
Jan 2tf 3mn
11HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
. tho South Carolina Railroad Company and
of the South-western Railroad Bank will he
i hold at the South-western Railroad Bank,
Broad Street, Charleston. S. C.,on February
13th, proximo, at ll o'clock A. M.
On the following day, au election will he
helu for fifteen Directors of tho Railroad Com?
pany and thirteen directors ol the Bank.
Stockholders will be passod over the road,
to and from the meeting, free of charge.
Tho proposed amendment to Article 1, Sec?
tion 1, of the By-Laws, changing the time of
the annual meeting, by etriking out "Febru?
ary." on second line, and inserting "April,"
will come up tor action at this meeting.
Jun 17 s J. It. EME HY, Secretary.
Regular Line Liverpool and Charles?
. . THE undersigned have now
AA FOUR BARKS, of light draft, in
j^.QN addition tu the VINCO, already
-4^3*St/^*w< li known lu the trade, which
jfca^tsa?;> they propose to run regularlj be?
tween ihn alu.ve ports, leaving Liverpool
every mont h, or o fi euer, if auflicieut freight
offers; anil n i> earnestly requested that im?
porters will 01 ILT their goods chipped direct
by this line, thereby saving extra Ireight and
other executes, now paid ? ?ii goods rio New
York, and also increase the commerce and
prosperity of our port. All orders sent to the
principals, III Liverpool, will be carefully al?
ten.led to and executed on the most favorable
tornis. For lull particulars, apply lo Messrs.
JOHN S. DKWOLFA CO., Liverpool, England;
HENRY CARD, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston. S. (' Jan 20 t'-mo
Ghoico Potatoes! Choice Potatoes!!!.:
Mi ES kl KS PEERLESS NO. t) and
EA R /, Y R OSE 1' O TA TOES.
WITHOUT exception, BR ES EE'S PEER?
LESS and EARLY ROSE ar? tho beat
seedlings for main crop. No better potato
eau be planted. 1 have a lino lot selected
first with regard to size and nualitv. For
sale hy E. H. HEINITH II,
Jan 21 Drnggist.
1MO subscribers, having this day formed a
. copartnership, to ho kuowu anil si \ led as
I HOWIE A- ALLEN, and having leased fora
term of years tho Hhops and machinery, and
bought the materials on the promises former?
ly occupied by Janies M. Allen, aro prepared
to enter into eontruets for building or the
finishing of all shop-made materials, such as
BLINDS, Doors, Hash, Win low Frames, Ao ,
.Vo. Also, the Dressing of Lumber, Send I
Sawing ?nd Turning, anil would respectfully
solicit a share of tho public patronage.
HOWIE J: ALLEN.
JOHN M. IlnwiE, EDWAIII? AI.I.KN.
COM MIIIA. November IS. 1*71. Dec Bl :imo
Revenue Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for salo at tho
Usual discount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA BANU AND TRUST CO. Dec 7
WE HAVE RE-ORGANIZED
And secured the aervicea of a
FIRST CLASS CUTTEE.
And as the season ia late, and onr etock of
MAKE ur uums
AT HEDIXEU RATES,
And Guarantee Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Ia still largo, and deduction in price will bo
niado to rcduco it. We are atill taking orders
for SbirtB, warranting a tit.
If you want nice gooda, give ns a call.
E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
I COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
IS now opening a fine .-fj>,t
Bolcction of Ladies' .' IWfnKifr
(ient'H English, Swiss and If 131
American WATCHEH. *!J[
dolo Agent for the cele-*"^*T*
hratcd i'anlino Watch Company, Philadel?
phia. Gold Chums, Yest, Opera, Chatelaines,
Leontine Necklaces, Diamond Rings and
Brooches, Pearl full and half acts.
I make this lino a specialty. All Silver ?old
hy me guaranteed equal to coin. Some band?
e?me goods in thia linc, suitahlo for Bridal
Tea Sets, Cups, Goblets, Castors, Spoons
and Forks, leo Pitchers, Egg si ands, Coffee
Cutlery, Pocket and Table Knives.
Household and Fancy Goods.
Guns english Double Barrel, Breech
Loading Hilles, Parlor Hilles, Air Guns, and
a full stock of Sporting Goods; Dupont A
Hazard Powder; Pistols of various styles.
JET AND HORN GOODS.
Ono door North Scott A Co.'a Hanking House.
Money to Lend.
ON marketable collaterals, at
TH E CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Sale at
\?. K, GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
rTHlE Bnggy stock embraces everything,
J. from the plain, subatantial Concord style
tu H light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
paasnnttcr vehicles in large variety, including
Brownell*. Rockaways, Phiutons, Victorias,
and a new style of four-seat Buggy. This
stock is all Iresh from the factorieB, is of tho
latest design, and, not least important, io
beim.' sold at verv low prices. Dec 20
M. H. BERRY'S ~
Main Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and Gaily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisville,the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walunt Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Kooin Suits; 200 bedsteads of diff?rent
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, thu
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES mado toordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
shortest notice and in tho best manner.
Terms cash and Gooda cheap. Oct SO
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
rilAKK pleasure in calling the attention of
1 tho public to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organa,
MolodeOlie, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brass and Silver Baud Instru?
ments of nil kinds. Also, Shoot M us io and
Instruction Rooks for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Shuot
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical floods aont by
Express, when ordered, to any part nf tho
State, marked C. O. D. Oood Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for Balo cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and MolodeonB tuned and ro
I paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
(.special attention to Packing, Removing and
' Shipping Pianos for other parties to any poiu
desired, at moderate pi ices.
All ordera promptly attended to and natis
faction guaranlooa 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
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, al
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
.M WE claim to have one of the finest
WJK stocks of WATCHES, ol all best Kng
JLiaiiali. Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our Btock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
branches, by tho beat of workmen.
NOT 19 Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Boots and Shoes,
m. m THE old houoe of P. H. FLA
/^?V NIGAN, who for twenty years
carried on the Shoe trade, and
W ^OBfefeiiovcr failed to give satisfaction
in every branch, is uow opened by his sena,
and thoy will conduct the business on tho old.
plan-keep nothing but first class goods,
quick sales and short profits.
P. H. FLAN IG AN will superintend the Ma?
nufacturing Department, and will be pleased
to see his old friends and customers.
Our stock consists of Mon's, Boys', Youths1,
Ladies', Mimes* and Children's
Shoes, of all Styles and Varieties.
They will loave nothing undono to merit a
fair snare of the patronage so liberally be?
stowed on their father. Go and see them.
All Shoos exchanged or money refunded.
Fivo first class BOOT-MAKERS wanted.
J. T. FLAN IG AN A CO.,
Main street, opposite L?rick A Lowrance's.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receiving the finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlomen. that havo ever been offered in this
market. No custom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal thom, in style, and finish,
We sell tho beat, at lower rates than those
who don't buy from the manufacturers direct.
I SI II HTS.
Wo keep tho Star and Truo Fit constantly
on band, and will take orders for half dozen
or moro, and warrant a fit.
UNDER-WEAK in all varieties.
GLOVES-Leather, Buck, Kid. Dog, Bat and
Soak Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all styles. Plain and fancv
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aomo that won't coin.
Wo will tako Groonbaoks at par for all
Get the Best !
?Tferr^di MY line of WATCHES is
?T^Ff^?wrju. now an(i complete, and
^^BMHanBBaWth0 public may depend ou
getting thu beat at tho lowest poaaible figures,
aa my facilities are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all tho newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral,Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac.;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelete, Charms.
Lockets, Ac; tho latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by the best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Colombia Hotel Row.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL
_i RY, CLOCKS. SILVER and PLATED
WAUE, which 1 will dispose of at moat rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in my line dono promptly and
on good torma.
All articlea and work warranted to be ai
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
fed door below PnuiNix office, Main street.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved thbir St ables to the now
building, immediately South ol
^Tanney's Hall, and, with a now
/stock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ano fine HORSES, are prepared lo an?
swer all calls that may be made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
PorBona in want of good stock, arc invited to
give us a call. Laboral advances made on
stock left for sale. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
G. H. PETTINOII.L. Jan 24
Tumbling Down Prices in Clothing.
THE nndcraigued beg leave to inform their
many friends and patrons that they have
concluded to reduce their largo and varied
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats
and Gents' Furnishing Goods, in order to
make room for a frosh arrival; and will,
therefore, dispose of their goode at prices to
suit tho moat skeptical. They tako further
pleasure in stating to tho public that their
stock consist s of Buch goods aa can bo fully
warranted, and comprises gooda from thc
lowest to tho finest grades. We mako special
mention of our largo assortment of OVER?
COATS, and persons in waul of thia nocosaary
appends go will do well hy calling carly at the
popular Clothing Bunao of
STU Al'S & DUO.,
Dec 21 Under tho Columbia Hotel.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulns Indiens FUh
Herries to mako sleepy or headache.