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''Let our inst Censures
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY. . COLUMBIA, S. 0., WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 28, 1872. VOL. VII-N0.-_45.
MTOTX-MNQB OF A NEW REVOLUTION.
At a late BOBBI on of the Spanish Cortes,
says a Madrid correspondent, whoa Sa
gosta attempted to mount the stand to
read a deoree, the confusion rose to a
high pitch. And this state of affairs
lasted four honrs, without any decrease
of animation on the part of the perform?
ers. There wero moments when a hand
to-hand fight all around, between the
Radicals and Conservatives, seemed in?
evitable. Many were the grave and
significant words that were uttered by
tho belligerents in tho heat of the com-,
bat, among which I recall tho following,
as, in their higher diapason, thoy rose
momentarily above the rest. Early iu
the conflict, was heard the voico of
Ruiz Zorilla, leader of the Radicals,
who thundered forth, "Radicals, to the
resouol These were the words of Prim.
Let us again repeat them to-day, and
let us devoutly add, 'God save our conn
try! God save the dynasty! God save
liberty!' " (Shouts, cheers and applause.)
Abarzuza (Republican)-"The King
has broken faith with tho Parliament.
The King has brokeu his agreement with
his people. Tho dynasty of Saboya is
ended to-day." (Great applause.)
Soler (Republican)-"Viva tho nation
sovereign!" Thia ory was echoed by
the Republicans, who added, "Viva tho
republic!" Tho President said that cer?
tain words could not bo uttered in that
place, and was answered by
Muro, (Republican,) who said: "We
will repeat then)), at tho barricades!"
(Terrific demonstrations of npproval
from the Republicans.)
Riverp hero turned to advantage his
powerful langs, and maintained his own
for a time in very effectiyo oratory, say?
ing that the national sovereignty was
over, and abovo that of tho King, con?
cluding with a "Viva liberty!" for whioh
ho waa prepared tc shed the last drop of
Rodinas (Bourbon)-"I proclaim tho
down-fall of everything existing." (Po?
litically speaking, I presume.)
Figueras (Republican leader) hore ob?
tained the mastery,-mado a superb ad?
dress, and, in the midst of the tumult
that followed his exciting ojausos, criod,
"Do yo demand blood, Savoyards?
Would ye cement tho foundations of
your thrcne with blood, while we would
have cemented our revolution with or?
der? That deoree is a gauntlet thrown
down to the country. Wo will gather
np the gauntlet, and will return it, re?
serving to ourselves tho right to fix tho
Great tumult followed, and, in tho
midst of it, Senor Sagosta made a flyiog
leap and gained the stund, tbiuking to
be able there to read tho decree, but he
waa literally pushed and hustled down
by Seoretary Rios Portillo, for whioh
good service he was frantically ap?
The tumult lasted yet an hour longer,
during which the choicest epithets of
abuse were hurled from bench to benoh,
and finally, when, at C o'clock, the De?
puties were - completely exhausted, and
physically unable even to "peep or mut?
ter," Sagosta came to time as fresh as a
rose, ascended the stand, and, with a
Machiavellian smile at his prostrated ad?
versaries, toad his decreo from begin?
ning to end.
TBUE ECONOMY.-The country is at
present flooded with cheap and inferior
goods of every description, which aro
heralded to tho public in flaming ad?
vertisements and whioh find a market
among those who have yet to learn that
"true economy" consists in bnyiug a
first class article from an established and
first class house. For example, pianos
of various makers are offered at about
one-half the price of those of really first
class manufacture. Among the latter
none aro moro deserving of tho enco?
mium "really first class" than those
manufactured by Messrs. Wm. Knabe &
Co., of Baltimore, a firm which dates
over a third of a century, and whoso
pianos for excellency of workmanship,
durability and uwcetnoss of tone, stund
absolutely unrivalled and containiog
many valuable patented improvements,
to bo found in no other instrument,
made by the very best workmeu, and of
strictly first class and seasoned material.
Tho so-oalled "cheap" piouo may pre?
sent a fair external appearance, but is
made of inferior and often entirely un?
seasoned material, and soon becomes a
wreck which defies the att of the tuner.
Wo make special memtion of the piano,
as the most forcible illustrations of our
remarks, whioh can bo applied to almost
every article we use in our families.
Tnt: MAJORITY REPORT OF TUE SOUTU
ERN" COMMITTEE.-Candid confessions aro
said to bo good for tho noni. Tho Radi?
cal majority of the Congressional Com?
mittee on Southern Affairs, although it
white-washes the oarpot-bnggers, is com?
pelled to mako some admissions that are
by no means complimentary to that par?
ticular "breed of dogs." For inf tance,
that part of the roport where Gov. Bul?
lock, of Georgia, aud Gov. Reed, of
Florida, decline to furnish information
to tho Committee, on thc ground that it
would be n breach of Stato riglitn for
thom to do so! This has a flavor of pe?
culiar richness, and we aro sure will bo
relished by all who aro not partisans of
the monstrous system of oppression and
corruption fastened upon the South by
Federal legislation. Who does not think
it a fine thing for tho fugacious Bullock
to throw himself back upon the dignity
of tho State of Georgia, aud refuso to
produce testimony to criminate himself
in tho grand schemo of swindling whioh
he carried on so successfully in that por?
tion of Ulysses* empiro? Bullock and
Stato rightsl Rood, tho paituer and
protector of Littlofield in all his villai?
nies sinco tho impeachment of Holden
and State rights! Goodness! What
next?- Wilmington Star.
"Husband! if an honest man is God'
noblest work, what is an honost wo
man?" "His rarest, dear!" was tho un
?.wiuiJiuAii un ULLA.-me air is rile
with rumors of movements on tba politi?
cal chess-board. Thora oan no longer bo
any doubt there is au increasing desire
to get rid of Grant. The constant ex?
posure of tho most vouai rnscality among
tho Administration officials is telliug
fearfully upon the availability of the
present occupant of tho Whito House. |
His nomination would, very properly, be
regarded as an endorsomout of these of?
fences against honesty aud official integ?
rity; and the party uro afraid to go be?
fore the public as tho defenders of suoh
a record as is being made hp in New
York and elsewhere by these holding
positions under tho Administration. The
new candidato for favor, upon whom
there seems to bo a determined concen?
tration of action, is cx-CongresBman
James F. Wilson, of Iowa. It is claimed
j that an effective organization in his be?
half, inoludiug such mon ns Horace
Greeley, John Foruoy, and others of
equal political note, has already been
completed, and that so strong a hopo
have thoso engogod in it of defeating
Grant at Philadelphia, that they have in?
duced those engaged in tho Liberal Re?
publican movement to agree to postpone
their convention, which was to meet in
May, to tho 20th of Juno. It really ap
pearn now as if there was a prospect
that the Grant bubble is soon to burst.
But the President is not to yield withont
a 8trngglo, nor do wo think he will be
defeated. Ho owns too many selfish and
dishonest office-holders, and they will
control the Philadelphia Convention.
I Detroit Free Press.
Mr. Bryan Pate, aged eighty-two, and
MrB. Mary Hopps, aged seventy-soven,
were married at Snow Hill, N. C., on
Tuesday last. Notwithstanding the ex?
treme old ago of Mr. Pate, he seemed to
be still fond of the Bops.
Commencing TUESDAY, February 27.
TUE GIANT ILLUSIONIST
Wno will appe&i- and produco effects
BtranRo, mystical and incomprehensi?
ble, mid will aldo give away, each night,
100 COSTLY GIFTS.
Admission 75 cents. Front or lleserved
Seats can ho secured at l'rof. I JV Brand's
Munie Store. Feb 23 5
200 dozon just received.
NEW AND EXQUISITE SHADES
STREET AND EVENING.
Two Buttons, $1.5Q
Single " 1.00
E. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.'S.
ALARDE number of Ano KENTUCKY
MULES, which may ho aocn at Charlea
Logan's HtahloB, corner Honnto and Assembly
streets. . W. S. A J. M. TALBOT.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Aleo, iu glaaaa, pinta and
ipiarts._For saloiow. E. HOPE.
Heinitsh's Blood and Liver Piils,
ELEGANTLY sugar-coated, perfectly taeto
lcaa, and warranted to euro all diaoaaee
of tho livor and its kindred complaints. Oood
for conwti]mtinn of tho bowela. disorders of
tho stomach, aiclc and nervous headache, in?
digestion, biliousness, fevers, chille, kidnev
affect iona, female irregularities. They purify
tho blood, and rcmovo all derangements of
tho internal viscera. Fut up in a blood-red
colorod wrapper, and sold at 25 cent H a box,
at flEINITSn'S DRUG STORE.
Feb 13 +
~O? ?Al^HI?ttJB.-HAPPY"RBLIEP FOB
YOUNO MEN from tb? effects or Errord aud
Abuses iu early lifo. Manhood restored.
Nervoua debility cured. Impedimenta to
Marriago removed. New method of treat?
ment. New and romarltablo remedies. Books
and Circulara aent freo, in sealed envelopes.
Addreus, HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. 2 1
Sooth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. I
FOCH nm.I.IONS OF. INVALIDS.-Ai
tho lowest computation thero aro never
loss than 4,000,000 cf invalids in the
United Stiles. Of this number rirobably
moro thau three-fifths have neglected tho
ordinary precautions necessary for tho pr??
serv?t iou of health, and aro buffering thc
punishment duelo their carelessness. If tho
multitudes who aro now afllicted with bil
? iousness, indigestion, rheumatism, intemilt
j tont fever, irrogularitiea of tho bowels, gono
Tftl debility, nervous disorders, Ac, had, at
tho very flrat symptoms of indisposition, in?
vigorated, regulated and purified their BVB
tcms with HOSTETTEtt'S STOMAOH BIT?
TERS, two-lhirda of them woul? at this mo
mei.t bo performing tho active duties of life,
unanneyed by any ailment of tho body or thc
Thia asserlion ia ruado adviaedly. lt ia
founded op experience, and is horno out by
tho testimony ol a countless host of wit?
nesses, whoso attestations cover almoat even"
variety of diaeaac, and extend over a period
of about twenty years. Of every 1,000 per
Buna who take tho Bitters, as a preventivo of
tho complaints abovo ouunicrated, Boven
oighths cacapo them entirely; and of every
1,000 who aro actually attacked, land uso thc
great Vegetable T?nicas a romody, threc
fourthe aro radically cured. Thesu aro not
hap-haziird assertions, but statistical fucta.
They aro based upon tho resulta of inquiries
made by more than 50,000 persona, in various
parta of tho country, and upon tho lotterB of
prominent citizens of every Statc.it might
almoBt bc uaid, of ovcrv Couutyiu tho Union.
You arv Troubled wit li a. Uud Brcatn.
It annoyB your friends aa well au yourself.
You would* like to get rid of it, but scarcoly
know what menus to adopt. Wo will tell you.
Uso tho fragrant Hozndont- it will clcanae and
beautify your teeth aud lcavo your breath
Iluriiett'* Stunrtiiril Flavoring Ei
trncta-Lomon, Vanilla, Ac. Charge your
servants and dealora, and obaervo tliat they
.do not substituto in theil- stead any of the
pernicious unpalatable extracts with which
the market ia flooded. Burnett's Standard
Flavoring Extracta aro established aa the
atrongeat, purest and the beet made.
Tlie Terrific Duel betweou Prussia and
Franco ia over, but thousands of battloa be?
tween Dr. Walkcr'a Vinegar Bitters and Dys?
pepsia and Liver Complaint aro now going
on in every Stato of tho Union. Tho issue ot
auch contesta ia never for ono moment in
doubt. Tho conflict may last lunger in some
cases thau in others, but tho leading Vegeta?
ble tonic and alterativo of tho nineteenth
century invariably triumpha.
To Oivnem of Honra unrt Cattle.-To?
bias' Derby Conditiou Powders aro war raul ed
superior to aiiy others, or no pay, fur thu
euro nf Di?temper. Worms, Beta, Coughs,
Uide-boond, Colds,?e.,in Horses; and Colds,
Coucha, loaa of milk, Black Tongue, Horn
Distemper, ftc, in Cattlu. Price, twenty-live
ceata. Depot, lt? Fark Place, New York.
Carbolic Solve, recommended by Un?
loading Phyeictana and tho President of the
New York Beard of Health, aa the moat won?
derful healing compound ever known. Gives
instant relief to burns; eurea all kinda of
sores, cuts and wounds; and a most invalua?
ble aalvo for all purposes. Hold everywhere,
at twenty-llvo couta. John F. Henry, aolo
proprietor, 8 Collego Place, New York."
Bvuunln ia Opium purified of ita aiekeniug
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Bigelow, Professor of Botany, Detroit Medi?
cal College A moat perfect anodyne and
soothing opiate. John Farr, Chemint, N. Y.
Cltrletnitoro'a Hair Dye i.s tho safest and
boat. It corrocta the bael effects of inferior
dyes, while tho black or brown tinta it pro?
duces aro identical to nature. Factory, 08
Maiden Lane, Now York.
Pratt?? Antral OU-Salent and bo-t illu?
minating Oil ever nude. Does nut take tiro
or explode, if the lamp is upset or bri ikon.
Over ISO,GOO families continua to nae it, and
no accidenta of any dosuriptioii have occurred
from it. Oil House of Charlos Pratt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
Thc PurtKt omi Sweetest Cort Mvct Oil
in thu world ia Hazard ft Caswell'*, made on
the sea-shore, from treuil selected livors, by
Hazard, Caswell ft Co., New York, lt U abso?
lutely pure and a trott. Pationta who have
onoe taken it prefer it to all others. Physi?
cians have decided lt superior to any of thc
other oils in the market.
Jouviii'a 1 nullo i nu H Kui Clove Cleaner
restores soiled glove?equal to now. For aalo
by druggists ami fancy gooda dealers. Price
25c. per bottle. F. C. Wella ft Co., New York.
H.uiey'n l'liiioiuken ja an established,
warranted reniody fur Painful Menai r nat iou.
ami equally oflltMontaa a Nervoua Antidote in
all cases of nervous excitement, Btomneh ami
sleopleaaneeu in male cir female. Sold every?
where for il.OJ a bullio. Morgan ft Risley,
Druggists, New York. General Agenta.
A Youthful Appen ru iiitr and a Beautiful,
Obiar Complexion in tho iii aire of everybody.
Thia effect ia produced by uaing G. W. I.aird'a
"Bloom of Youth," aharinleaa beautifier of
tho akin. Will remove all disooloriitiou, tau,
freckles and annburua Tho une of thia de
lt'htfnl toilet preparation cannot ho detected.
For salo by all druggists and fancy gooda
dcalera. Depot, ? Hold street. New.York.
Mr?. \vin?tuu'? SIKH li I n ^ Syrup.-lt re?
lieves the little miff rei- from pain, euroa wind
colic, regula! ea the donia ch and bow tia. cor?
rects acidity, and during tboprocesa of teeth?
ing it ia invaluable. Perfectly safe in all caaea,
na milliona of mothers can testily.
Feb 2 tilmo
First in the Field.
SPB1SG COOl?Si? GOODS!!
PRTNTS, Delaines, Poplins, Cassinioros,
Jeana and 'J weeda.
A full stock of FANCY GOODS.
Now ia tho tuno tupul chase, before they ad
vanen in prico.
P. S. Heavy goods sold at coat.
C. F. JACKSON,
Feb 18 Next door to Agnew ft Son.
Corn and Oats.
1 f\i\f\BUSHELS WHIFF. CORN,
l.UV/U 'MO buabelu FEEDING OATS,
for salo low for cask. E. HOPE.
SPRING GOODS ! !
OPENING. MONDAY, A MAGNIFICENT
Ladies' LACE COLLARS and SLEEVES.
Full liiio of
Ladies' MADE-UP UNDER-GAliMENTS,
Kew stylo ?P1UNG PRINTS and CAM-1
RRICS, just Baited for Ihc season.
All Departments aro now fully replenished
with now and
And will ho sold at uniformly
W. D, LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE,
j __B. II. McOBEKnr._Feb 18_
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of tho abovo WHISKEY on I
hand, and having niado arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
coustantly keep it on hand. Can on Iv bri had
at W. J. RLACK'8,
Feb 5 Imo*_Cliurlotto, N. C.
For Sale. ?
Qr^A ?~\?~\f\ FEET OF LUMBER,
OVJV/,VlUU CO.OUO lect of well soa
eonod Flooring on hand.
Ordora for Lath, and all kinds Lumber filled
at short notice. Apply at our Lumberyard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY 5s CO.,
Oat 28 Gmo Box 130. Columbia. S. C._
A T C O ST
We oner from this date our entire
Stock of CLOAKS ar.d FURS, at cost
and carriage. Call at once and get a
PORTER & STEELE.
OR salo at New York ratea, st
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS RANK.
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTA RY, by Rish
opa and other Clergy ot thu Anglican
Church. Vol.1. $5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stopping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Mnlooh. SOc.
Jan 14 DUFFIE .V <M1APMAN._
WM. H. ORCHARD,
l'rtifetfiorof Mush muldet?er in J'iano Fortes.
APPLY at Ids residence, corner of Laurel
and Henderson atreeta, or at tho hook
Btoro of DnfHo A Chapman.
Piano Fortes. Organa ami Melodcona
Tuned and Repaired. Jan 21 'Mno
Copartnership-Fisher & Silliman.
THAVE tliia day associated with me, in the
l'ruc and Apothecary burinera. Mr. L. T.
SILLIMAN, a grad nato of Philadelphia Col
logeof I'harniacv. Tho mime and st vlo of the
linn ??li ho FISHER ft SI 1,1.1 MA N. *
W. C. FISHER.
J A NITA nv 16, 1S72. Jan 20
New Books, by Express,
For Suit al Hey.in MvVarter**.
Ct EV EN DECADES OF THE UNION. By
O Henry A. Wine. >2.
Lifo amt Tlmea of John Wesley, Founder
of tho Methodist*. Ry L. Tx orinan, London.
History of thu Working and Burgher
Claenea. Ry Casaaguac. ?2 30.
Winifred Cumbo rmi de, a Story by Goorgo
Character. Ry Samuel Unities, fl.CO.
Systematic Theology. Rv (.'hurles Uodgo,
Dar? i n'a Naturalisms YON age around tho
A nnmbor oT now London Novels, cheap.
AI*o. new titandard work?, jual published.
A EOT of lino Kentucky
P?fano MULES and HORSES, just ar-fJrJiV
SP? rived. Call at ?JULI
<ntWff> DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly at root.
Portraits Painted in Oil
IIMIOM lite, or from tho sinilleat picture.
Photographs Colored in all styles. Also
Lcdsoua given in Drawing anil Painting.
Applv nt Rrvaii .V MoOarter'a bookstore, or
at tho roeidci?co o? Prof. WM. H. ORCHARD,
c?rner of Laurel and Henderson at reeta.
Jan 21 3mo
Removal and Slight Change.
THE undersigned informs ber
friends and patrons that abo bas
[removed to the well known dry
'gooda house of tho Mosern. Kinard,
whore she ia prepared to exhibit a
selected atock of articlea in tho
MILLINERY LINE, which ahe ie confident
will gratify her nr.trona. Hor atock of spring
gooda is particularly pretty. Call at tho
atoro of tho Messrs. Kimmi.
Feb 18 MHB. A. MCCORMICK.
And secured tho services of a
FIRST GLASS CUTTER.
And aa tho scaaon ia lato, and our atock of
AT KEIJUCKD KATES,
?And Cnarantee Satisfaction.
Stock of Clothing,
Hats and Fur?
Ia still largo, and deduction in prico will be
mr.do to rcduco it. Wo are atiU taking orders
for Shirts, warranting a fit.
If you want nice goods, give us a call,
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OE
'On Salo at
W, K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
TUT. Buggy atock embraces everything,
from tho plain, substantial Concord atylo
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
paeaenger vehicles in largo variety, including
Brownell*, Rockaways, l'hietons,.Victorias,
aud a new sty lo of "four-Beat Boggy. This
atock ia all freab from tho factories, ia of thc
latest design, and, not leaat important, ia
being sold at very low prices. Bec 20
M. H, BERRY'S-*
F ur nitur 6 Ware-room
Mitin Street, near Plain.
NOW on hand and dally re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Beaton,
Cincinnati and Louisville,tho
largest aeaortnient of FUR?
NITURE over kept in this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Diu
ing-Room Snit a; 200 bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitat ion ; also, tho
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
All kinda ol MATTRESSES made to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING dono at
ihorteat notice and in tho best manner.
Torma oash ami Gooda cheap. Oct ?li)
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
f~|">AKE \ eas ure iu calling the attention of
X th? , ublic to an examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting nf Pianos, Church aud Parlor Organs,
Molodeoua, Violins, Cuitara, Ranjoa, Flute?,
Accord?ons, RrasH and Silver Band Instru?
menta of all kimla. Also, Sheet Music and
instruction Books for every clasa of Musical
Instruments on band at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, ou receipt of
juice; ami all kinda of Musical Goods acut by
Expresa, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. I). Good Second-hand
Pianoa ami Organs for aaln cheap, for caah.
Pianoa, OrgaiiM and Melodious tuned and re?
paired iu a satisfactory manner; and will give
eapeeial attention to Packing, Rrmoving and
Shipping Pianoa for other parties to any poin
desired, al moderate pliccS.
All orders promptly atteuded to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thone favoring tia with
their palronago. Send for our catalogne of
Sheet Muaic and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizena' Savings Rank Building,
Columbia. S. C._N?ZJL
THE anbecribera, having thia day formed ?i
copartnership, to bo known and st vie.1 as
HOWIE A ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of yeara tho shops and machinery, and
bought tho materials on thepremises former?
ly occupied by James M. Allon, aro proparud
to outer into contracts for building ortho
finishing of all shop-made materials, such aa
BLINDS, Doors, Saab, Win-low Frames, Ac.
Ac. Also, tho Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a share of tho public patronage.
HOWIE <fc ALLEN.
Jon* M. flowiF, EnWAnn Ar.:.r.s.
Coi.itMiU l. November IB. 1871. Dec 14 limn
Money to Lend.
N marketable collaterals, at
I ll K CITIZEN';*' SAVINGS RANK.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
?N uniformice to London Porterand Scotch
?U". Why? Th"* know* ia unadulterated
New York Exchange
ROUOnT and sold, a?
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS RANK.
1 O/ \ rv BARRELS of LIME, fm low by
; ?KJXJ JOHN ACNE- . SON.
THE undersigned huvo re?
cently opened un entire NEW
STOCK ol m tides in thoabovo
linc, which h UH bc ti carefully
bolcctcd. They invite a call
from tho citizens to inspect thur
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their Btock embraces CROOK ERY. CniNA,
PLATED-WARE. TABLE OU TL ERY, Etc.
KINGSLAND & HEATH,
Uudcr Columbia Hotel.
R. KTNOBLANO. J. A. HEATH.
ONE puncheon "FINEST CAMPBELTON,"
of my own direct importation, via New
York. Thia, by actual teat, ia 19 por cent,
over proof, and ia pronounced by all who
havo teated or tant vd it, as tho lineal over
brought to Columbia.
Full sto rk old WINES and BRANDIES.
Holland OIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch. Fng
liah and German ALES, Loudon and Dublin
PORTER, CURACOA and MARASCHINO.
Moot and Chaudon CHAMPAGNES, of the
famous vintage, 18(18-linebt of the century.
' Reasonable prices and full satisfaction f?ia
rantoed. UEO. SYMMEktt.
Get the Best I
MY lino of WATCHES ia
now full and completo, and
?tho publlo may depend on
getting tho best at tho lowest possible figur?e,
aa my facilities aro euch that I defy competi?
tion from any tnaiket.
I havo also in atore t. ' lonstanlly arriving
all tho newest attica of Ladies'Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cann-o, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelet a, Charma,
Lockets, Ac,; tho latest and most heautilul
pattorns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Gooda suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by tho best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily rcceivint? the fineat READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in thia
market. No custom-made can snrpaes, and
but few can equal them, in style, and finish,
We Bell tho beet, at lower rate > ben thoao
who don't buy from the mauufac .'redirect.
Wo keep tho Star and True I .ouetantly
on hand, and will take orders t ..li dozen
or moro, and vtarraut a fit.
UNDER-WEAK in allvarietir ..
RUBBER CLOTUlh ^-.
GLOVES-Leather, Bock, Kid, Dag, Bat and
Beal. Bargains to be had io GLOVES.
NECK W EAR-all etylcB. Plain and fancy
Linon and Paper COLLARS.
Bloeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aomo that won't coin.
Wo will tako Greenbacks at par for all
those. Sept 26
Blood and Liver Fills.
TO core SICK HEADACHE, Sick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo. Bad Taste in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervousness, Constipation, Paici in
the Breast and Back, Kidney Affections.
To euro all Disorders of thc Liver.
To Regulato the Bowels.
To Purify tho Blood.
To give new lifo to tho whole System, tho
Blood and Liver. Cannot bo surpassed. Try
ontv ono box; you will bc convinced. For
Jan G Di mr Storo.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have- ene of the lines'.
Stocks of WATCHES, ot all best Fng
Mliah. Swine and American makers. With
Diamonds and other line .It v . li y, our stock
ia large, and we are going to sell tho Gooda.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho boat of workmen.
Nov 19 Formerly Plazo A Radcliffe.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on band a select _
stock of WATCHES. J KWEL-s?**?
. .^RY. CROCKS. SILVER und PLATED
WARE, which I will disnoso of at moat rea?
sonable pricea. Also, SPECTACLES to euit
REPAIRING in ruy line done promptly and
on good terms.
All articles and work warranted ?<> bo a?
represented. GEO lilli' s,
'2d door bolow PIUF.MX office, Main stic-et.
Thc Dexter Stabled
?jy THE undersigned have re?
/Bf*tf\ moved th? ir Stuotes to the new
ty|.j2T/^? building, immediately South ol
'.\f, t^i^tk 'anneyV Hail, i:nd, with ? new
'\Si'^'^pr fatouk nt CARRIAGES, LUG
G IES HIHI lino HORSES, are pu pared to an?
swer all calls thi.t may be made upon them.
Mcraes bought and sold on comndsaiou.
Persona in want of good stock, are invited to
give us a call. Liberal advances made on
.Rock loft for salo. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. ROYCE.
C. H. PETTtyon.L._Jan 24
-I tr\r\ DOZEN AXES.
JLUVJ I? balee Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow 'Fies.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
2i)0 pairs Trace Chains.'
.lust received ?ind for sale at lowest market
prie s. LORICt? A LOWRANCE.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jun 2:1 CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
A LARGE assortment of freak GARDEN
1V SHEDS. Onion Sota, Ac,, for aalo low.
.lan |3 EDWARD HOPE.
Revenuo Stamps! Revenue Stamps'.
ALL DENOMINATIONS for salo at tho
usual discount, at tho SOUTH CARO?
LINA RANK AND TRUST CO. Doc 7