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"Let our tust CensureB
Attend the True Event."
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. 0., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 2 8
BAD TEACHING).-The speech of Fred.
Douglass, who presides over the Colored
National Convention at New Orleans, an?
nounces, among other things, that the
colored men are more indebted to the
Federal Government than to the States
for what rights they have, and hence
ought to support it. He seemed to think
the party led by Trumbull and Schurz
did not deserve confidence beoanse they
favored State rights, At the same time,
though he vouchsafed to consider Gen.
Grout an honorable man, and one for
whom he expeoted to vote, he thought
Charles Sumner was a min at whose feet
Grant might learn wisdom. Without
discussing with the speaker the compa?
rative merits of the two men, wo may be
permitted to refer to his idea of there
being no other government but the Fe?
deral Government, and tbo odium he
wonld attach to Messrs. Trumbull and
Sohurz for presuming to suppose that
State rights can coexist with Federal au?
thority, us illustrative of tho incapacity
of minds not enlightened in political
systems to comprehend the truo princi?
ples of our Government.
. The uneducated men of other races
seem incapable ' of discriminating be?
tween a complex and refined organiza?
tion, one which is more so than any
other Government ever formed; a Fede?
ral Government made by the States,
of which the States are the constituents;
a Government of limitations, in whioh
the line of partition between its func?
tions and those of the States is legibly
drawn, and a simple, absolut?- central?
ized power. The view taken by Don
glass may be a very convenient one for
the political party with whioh he is acting,
bat it is to be regretted if the new vot?
ing element shall adopt the same easy
way of understanding the United States
Constitution, and shall make their inter?
pretation of it the law of the land. If it
is a simple despotism only that is want?
ed, Douglass' teaohing is well enough.
It is barbaric-Ballimore Sun.
THE CHICAGO CONFLAGRATION.-The
Fire Marshal of Chicago, iu his annual
report for the year ending March 31,
1872, gives an interesting record of the
great fire in that city on Ootober 8 and
0, 1871. The origin of the fire has not
been ascertained. The conflagration,
whioh covered an area- of 2,000 acres,
and destroyed 25,000 buildings, burned
for twenty-eight hours. The losses are
placed at $190,026,500, divided as fol?
lows: On buildings, $51,500,000, and on
personal property, $138,526,500. Tho
losses on buildings are classified as fol?
lows: Business blocks, $33,515,000; brick
and frame dwellings and light business
places, $3,808,420; city and County pub?
lic buildings, $3,384,800; schools and
churches, $3,238,780; hotels, $3,100,000;
railroad depots and Chamber of Com?
merce, $2,700,000; buildings of publish?
ing companies, $888,000; and theatres,
$865,000. The losses on personal pro?
perty aro classified as follows: House?
hold goods, $41,000,000; stock and busi?
ness furniture, $26,775,000; dry goods,
$13,500,000; stock, machinery and pro?
ducts, $13,250,000; manuscript works
and public records. $10,000,000; libra?
ries and moneys, $7,710,000; clothing
and millinery, $5,260,000; groceries and
drugs, $5,185,000; hardware, $3,810,000;
musical instruments and jewelry, $2,900,
000; produce and provisions, $2,280,000;
books and paper stocks, $1,845,000; lum?
ber and coal, $1,444,000; grain and flour,
$1,332,500; boots, shoes and leather,
$1,175,000; and hats, caps and fare,
$1,060,000. The total insuranoe is placed
at $90,000,000, so that the net losses on
real and personal property maybe calcu?
lated to amount to $100,026,500.
GEN. LONGSTREET.-It is a matter of
sorrow to the Southern people to see a
man, born and raised in the South, who
won so much distinction during the late
war as an officer in the Confederate army,
tarn against those for whose interests he
fought so long aud ably, when they are
being oppressed by Radical tyranny. In
a late letter, Gen. Longstreet asea the
following language: "I am satisfied that
successful reconstruction is due to the
strong hand of tho present Administra?
tion; and all things considered, I am
constrained to say that I think tho peo?
ple owe it to themselves and to the Pre?
sident to return him to tho office that he
has filled so well and with such entire
This endorsement of a man who has
stopped at nothing to oppress the white
people of the South, by whose instru*
mentality tho Stato of South Carolina
has been made tho Poland of Amerioa,
and who seems to be daily concocting
new measures of tyranny, is enough to
blot ont from the Southern heart every
particle of tho respect once held for
A story is told of n sevwn-weeks-old
hog, belonging to Wm. Carnes, of Jef?
ferson township, Ohio, raising the cover
of a cream jar that had been left tempo?
rarily ou the porch, with its snout, and
getting its head and fore feet in the jar,
got fastened in such a shape that it was
drowned by tho cream. Ulysses I, a
much older bog, aud a moro greedy hog,
has poked his snout, aad the snouts of
all his relations, into Uncle Sam's cream
jars, but at last accounts had not been
drowned; on the contrary, is squealing
for more cream and Government swill.
OVEE THE BORDER.-A band of Mexi?
cans crossed the Rio Grande, a few nights
ago, and attacked n jail in tho town of
Edinburg, Texas. Their object was to
release several cattle thieves-their
countrymen-who had been caught in
their stealing operations and lodged in
jail. They wore completely successful,
and returned in triumph to their own
country. What has Phil. Sheridan, tho
valorous slayer of Iudian papooses, to
say for himself, when he thus permits n
handful of "Greasers" to raid tho de?
partment under his oharge?
350,000 new books appeareu in Eng?
land last year.
One beech tree in Indiana, from which
tea mea have been hanged by Judge
Lynch, ia still alive, with its boughs
'.swinging" vigorously iu tho wind.
DISEASED DIGKSTION..-ir chronic, in?
digestion affected the elomach only, it might
be moro easily borne; but it gives rise, inevi?
tably, to many other diseases affecting tho
liver, the nerves, the bowels and tho brain.
Biliousness, nervous tremors, constipation,
hoadacho, and tcrriblo montai disturbances,
aro among its usual accompaniments. In
fact, every organ, every fibro of tho frame
eympathizos with tho debilitated and dis?
eased stomach. What ia needed in such a
case? Clearly an alterativo and iuvigorant;
and among medicines of that class I?XJHTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS is, boyond all
oomparison or estimate, tho best. Moro pur?
gatives only deprive the system of tho little
strength that disenso has left it. Salivants
havo tho carno offed. Tho whoto internal
organism has gono wrong, and can only bo
put right and Kept right by a medicino in
which tbo tonic and stimulating ciernen ta
predominate, but aro qualified and modified
by anti-biliouB aperients and blood-purifying 1
components. Now, the truth is-and tho
medical faculty as well as tho public know
tho fact-that Hostottcr'e Bitters contain
evory ingredient requisito for tho euro of
dyap'opsia and all tho ailments of body and
mind whioh it involves. This has boen proved
in so many thousands of instances that it
Beoms almost idlo to repeat tho statement.
The great tonic rallies exhausted natura,
from whatevor causo enfeebled, and perma?
nently recruits tho vigor of tho nerves, the I
muscles and the brain. Its effect npon the I
brain is to g iv* strength to tho will and pre?
cision to tho judgment, and to banish de
Bpondency and that infirmity of purposo
which generally accompanies bodily weak?
Barnett's Flavoring Extructs.-Tho HI
] periority of these extincts consists in their
perfect purity and Rreat strength. They are1
warranted free from poisonous oils and acida.
Joaoph Burnett A Co., Boston, manufacturera
and proprietors. For salo by all grocera and
Natur? gives ns Teeth, but she docs not
preserve and purify them. That must bel
dono with fragrant Sozudont. 'Ibu doutai]
bono and ita -enamel casing aro made invul?
nerable to all destructivo influences hythe
daily uso ol' this boneticcnt preparation.
\Vhut every Horseman Wunts-A good,
cheap and roiiablo Liniment. Such an arti?
cle is Dr. Tobias' Horse Liniment. Pint bot?
tles at $1. For LamonoBS, Cuts, Galls, Colic,
j Sprains, Ac, warranted better than any
other. Sold by tbo Druggists. Depot, 10
Park Place, Now York.
Dipsomania iu an insane thirst for intoxi
I eating liquora. Habitual dram-drinking pro?
duces it. Yob-each Alcoholic Bitter vender
I recommends that a dram of Iiis rum end
root-juico bo taken tbrico a day, to prevent
sickness! For all bodily ailments, and as a I
! protection against the causes of diseaao. take
I that all-Buflicient antidote, DR. WALKKU'H Vi
I NEGAR BiTTEUS.tbo puro essence of rare medi?
cinal herbs, unpolluted by distilled poiaon.
Carbolic Suive, recommended by the
loading Physicians and tho President of the
Now York Beard of Health, as tho most won?
derful healing compound ever known. Gives
instant relief to burns; cures all kinds of |
soroB, cuts and wounds; and a most invalua?
ble salvo for all purpoers. Sold everywhere, I
at twenty-flvo couts. John F. Henry, Bolo
proprietor, 8 College Place, New Y'ork.
hvapnla ia Opium purified of its sickening '
and poisonous properties, discovered by Dr.
Bigolow, Professor of Botany, Detroit Medi?
cal College. A most perfect anodyne and
Bootbing opiate, John Farr, Chemist, N. Y.
Cnrlstadoro't Huir Dye is tho safest and I
best. It correcta tho bad effects of inferior
dyes, while the black or brown tints it pro?
duces are identical to natnro. Factory, GS |
Maidon Lano, New York.
Pratt's Astral Oil-Salest and beet illu?
minating Oil ever made. Does not take tire
I or explodo, if tbo lamp is upset or broken.
Over 150,000 families continue to uao it, aud
no accidenta of any description have occurred
from it. Oil HOUHO of diarios Pratt, esta?
blished 1770, New York.
The Pureat anti Sweetest Coil I.I ve i Oil
in the world is Hazard A Caswell'*, made ou
tho Bea-shore, from fresh selected livers, by
Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York. It io abso?
lutely puru and aweet. Patients who have
i onco taken it prefer it tn all others. Physi?
cians havo decided it superior to any of the
other oila in tbo market.
Jouvln's Inodorous Kid Clove Cleaner
restores soiled gloves equal to new. For sale
by druggists and fancy goods dealers. Price
? 25c. per bottle. F. C. Wells A Co., New York.
tttaiey'a l'ltllotoken is au established,
warranted remedy for Painful Mouslruation.
and equally t-fliui?nt aa a Nervous Antidoto in
all cases of nervous excitement, stomach and
sleeplessness in malo or female. Sold every?
where for f 1 .OJ a bottle. Morgan & Risley,
Druggists, New York. General Agents.
A Vouiiifui A pm m nix e aud a Beautiful,
Clear Complexion ia tho desire ot over)body.
Thia effect ia produced by using G. W. Laird's
"Bloom ot Youth," a harmless beautifier ul
the skin. Willromovo all discoloration, tan.
freckles and sunburns. Tho u*o of (bis de?
lightful toilet preparation cannot bc den ct cd.
For salo by Hil druggiats and fancy goods
dealers. Depot, 5 Cn.ld street, New York.
Airs. W Inflow's Soothing Syrup.-lt re?
lievos tho little sufferer from pam, euros wind
colic, regulates tho nt omach and bowels, cor?
rects acidity, and during the process of teeth?
ing it is invaluable Perfectly sato in all cases,
as millions of mothers can toatifv. April 3 t
BAH Ox A I N S !
C. F. JACKSON'S.
KID GLOVES, at 75c, $1, $1 50 and f2 50.
Lisio Thread Gloves, at 25c. to fl.
Dress Ooods, at 12Jc. to $1.50 per yard.
Fans, at So. to $5 oach.
Ladies' Roady-mado Dresses, nt f3.50 to f 12.
Children's Ready-made Dresses, at fl to
?10. _ April l i
Look Oat for K. K.'S!
10.000 S? 0ul"""'i"
March 28 JOH N O. SE E O E11S '.
IAM doairous of obtaining a SITUATION
in any light omplovmcnt-such as clerk in
astoro, oto. T. A. WILLIAMS,
April 20 1* With E. E. Davis, Plain street.
KIN ARD & WILEY'S,
(SUCCESSORS TO CHILDS & WILEY )
(1HEV?OT DEBBY SUITS.
J Bluo and Black Morning Goats,
Gassimcro Light Mixed Suits.
Hlftck and Bluo Graniten.
Youth'B, Boy's and Children's Suits.
New style and handsomely mado Star Shirts.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, BOWB, of the latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
HATS ! HATS 11 HATS t ! !
Splendid lino. Tho beBt and cheapest in
tho market. OBESS HATS, silk and beaver,
M. L. KlNARD. J. S. WILEY.
April 19_ ly
JJAS just received a largo lot of Michigan
fino cut CHEWING TOBACCO, direct from
A ucw supply of Havana CIGARS, viz:
"William Tell," "Operaa^ Ac_ Api il 12
All New, Fresh and Elegant
R. C, SlllVER & (JO,'S.
Our Best Efforts this Season I
Jt^"0 ono can form any idea of tho immensity ,
of Merchandise wc deal in, unless by a care- j
ful look through our store. All aro iuvited
to call and soc for themselves, as it?a impos?
sible to enumerate a stock so largo. Re?
member, tho largest house, by double, in thc
South, and thc best facilities for buying
cheap on this continent.
April ll . R. C. SniVF.lt A. CO.
J. J. BROWNE, Agent,
Gilder, Looking Glass and Picture Frame
OLD Frames rcgilded, old Paintings care?
fully cleaned, lined and varnished. No.
34ft Broad street, Augusta, 0&. Fob 15 thin
Columbia Music Store.
Ly Br and & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention ot
tho public to an examination of their1
STOCK OF MCSICAL MERCHANDISE, cou-1
Hinting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons, Brasa and Silver Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet Musio aud
Instruction Books for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent bv mail, post paid, on receipt of I
price; and all kinds of Musical Goods sont by |
Express, when ordered, to any part of tho
State, marked C. O. D. Oood Second-hand
Pianos and Organs for salo cheap, for cash.
Pianos. Organs and Melodeons tuned and ro-1
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Piauos tor other parties to any poin
desired, at moderato pi ices.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction gu .ran teed to thone favoring Us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Shoot Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor" street, Citizens' Saving? Dank Building,
Columbia. S. C. Nov 7
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
TH E CITIZENS'S A VINGS BANK.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN proforonco to London Porterand Scotch
Ale. Why? Thov know ti is iwmdultorated
Uourd Seed Corn.
AFEW bushels Pennsylvania GOURD
SHED COHN, for seed. Very productive
and adapted to this climate. For sale by
Feb 21 E. HOPF.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
_ Tllli CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
F. M. BEEF.
OPEN this morning, ono barrol FULTON
MARKET BEEF, tho price and quality of
which will make our butchers blush.
April 17 +_P. CANTWELL. Main s .
Marblehead Mammoth Cabbage.1
THE largest cabbage in tho world. Quality
very tender, sweet and excellent.
Boston True Curled LETTUCE. TIM'H i?
tho beBt of all; grows in thc form of a rosette
New York Improved Egg Plant.
Beans-a largo assor.tiiont.
Wax Boans. Polo Beans.
Corn, oarly and lato.
Call at headquarters for good 860(1, at low
price. IIElNITSH'.i Drug Store.
March 13 t
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Kail-1
COLUMBIA, 8. C., April 17,1872.
THE next annual meeting of tho Stock?
holders ot thia Company will be held at
Charlotte, N. C., on WEDNESDAY, tho iirst
day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stockholder? and their families residing !
with them will bo passed over the Road with?
out charge, going to and returning from
Charlotte to attend tho mooting. Evidence '
of such interest must bo exhibited to the
Agent or Conductor. C. BOUKN1GHT,
? Choice Selection
1 8 7 2 !
W. S3. LOVE & CO.
NOW opening daily all tho newest styles in
DRY GOODS, comprising new and hand?
some designs in
DRESS OOODS. PIQUES, FROISSETTE
STRIPES, VIENNA SATINS, Ac.
In our stock will bo found the finest, largest1
and moet varied stock of
EMBROIDERIES, Laces, Pullings, Standard
Cambric and Swiss Trimmings, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbons, Ac.
New Stvles CAMBRICS and PRINTS.
Ladies' READY-MADE GARMENTS, in all
the new styles.
New Spring CASSIMEI'.ES. Clothe, Linens
hull line of HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
CARPETS, Mattings aed \\ nidow Shades
a full line.
A determined effort han been made to ole- 1
vate thc character of our stock, in nil respects,
to a point of ? xeellenco beyond comparison.
OUR PRICES are not only LOW, but do
cidcdly so, and often much below those ol'
WE AIM AT POPULAR PRICES.
W. D. LOVE, li. IL MoORKERY.
THESE in endless variety and always
fresh. A cai! and a look : vcr tho stock
will ant is ty thc most fastidious housekeeper
that every effort ia made to aupply their
wanta, wdiilo asauranco is given that anything
not iu store will be procured from first hands
on ehort notice
Our stock is full in all tho other depart?
ments. Keeping only tho best quality of
gooda, selling at close figures, and auxioua to
do a strictly cash business, wo offer superior
inducements tn onr ?ne. GEO. KYM ME RH.
State License Notice.
OFFICI: OK AUDITOR OF RICHLAND COUNTY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 1.1872.
ALT, persona engaged in the following oc?
cupations, professions, Sec., vi/.: Mock
Brokera, Exchange Brokera, Bill Brokera,
Real Estate Brokers, Merchandize Brokers,
Billiard Rooms, Bowling Saloons, Bagatelle
Tablob, Ten Pin Alleys, Hotels, Inns, Livery
Stables, Taverns or Saloons, Merchants,
Banks, (except Nati.mal Banks,) Railroads,
Auctioneers, Attorneys at Law, Solicitors,
Lawyers, Physicians* Dentists, Insurance
Agents, Architects, Photographers, Daguer
rean Artista, Officiais of State, County, city,
corporation or society, receiving a salary;
Drummers, or persona selling by sample or
soliciting ordere; Telegraph Lines, Express
Lines, Ac, Ac, are her? by notified that they
are required to niaku returns and pay license
under tho provisions of "An Act to provide
for a general license law," passed March 13,
1872. M. J. CALNAN,
April ll Auditor Richland County.
.3nn (\fif\ FEET OP LUMBER,
0U\J*UUv/ 00,000 feet of well
soued Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinda Lumber tilled
at abort not'eo. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY Si CO.,
o^t 20 (imo Box 130. Columbia; s c.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
TH K Oil I/ENS' SAVINGS RANK
popular Cotton Plant?
ers, warranted satis?
factory ur no salo. i
Garden Plows and Cultivate) a.
2)0 Dixon Steel Swcop , better and che ii el !
than the Fat hier eau make them himself. I
Feb IM L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
2 lilli) H.s. H A.MS,
2 000 bushels i IORN,
2.1,COO lbs. BACON, ut prices lhat
offer every iiidncenu nt of other mar?
kets. L?RICK .V LOWRANCE.
LARGE AND FISE STUCK OF
On Sale at
W, K. GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
THE Buggy stock embraces everything,
from thc plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, ch 'ant trotting buggy. Four*
passenger vehicles in largo variety, including
Brownell*, Rockaways, Plantons, Victorias,
and a mw style of "four-seat Buggy. Thi ?
stock is all fresh from tho factories, is of thc
latest design, and, not least important,tis
hoing sold nt viTv low prices. Dcol20
Dissolution and New Firm.
THE firm of CHILDS Se WILEY having
been dissolved thia day, by L. D. CHILDS
Helling his intered to M. L. KlNAltO, the
business will bo continued in tho name of
KINARI) Si WILEY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 23,1872.
March 21 Imo
3350,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23 CITIZENS'SAVINGS RANK;
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don'l contain Cococtlhts Indiens Fish
" Herries to make sleepy or headache.
TO THE PUBLIC!
SPRING m SUMER CLOTHING
OP IN for inspection, consisting of tbo
latent and most approved styles of Men's* I
and Boys' Wear, HATH, OAP8 and Gouts'
FURNISHING GOODS of every description.
Wo offer tho above at the lowest prices for
cash, in order to establish our honso as the
cheapest clothing house in Columbia.
S. STRAUS ?Si BRO.,
April 12 Under Columbia Hotel.
Notice to Capitalists-Sale of City of ]
Columbia Seven Fer Gent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER,
CoLUSiniA, S. C., April 3,1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by fol?
lowing resolution, adopted by City Coun?
cil March 2G, 1872.1 will soil at public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, May 15, 1872, TWO HUN?
DRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND (?250,000)
DOLLARS city of Columbia seven per cent. I
twenty year bonds:
"Hesolved, That tho City Treasurer bo in?
structed to advertise for sale before tho Conrt
Houso, in tho city of Colombia, on tho 15th
day of May next, tho bonds of tho city of Co?
lumbia authorized to bo incited by tho said
city, under the Act of the General Assembly
just adjourned; that the advertisement be
ftublishcd in ono newspaper in the city of Co
umbia, ono in thecity of Charleston, and two
newspapers in tho city of New York, at least
thirty days before tho day of salo; that tho
bonds to bc sold be eigncd as preset ibed by
tho said Act, on tho day of Bale, or as soon
thereafter un practicable, and delivered to tho
purchaser as soon a? tho purchase money has
been paid and tho bonds registered; and that
the proceeds of sale be applied strictly in
conformity with the said Act, aud in uo other
Said bonds will bo nf tho denominations of
?250, $C0'J and $1,000. Tho proceeds of the
salo lo be used for tho erection of new City
Hall, now Market and other public improve?
The right is reserved to disooso of a part of
thc said bonds in lots or in whole, as tho
Mayor and Treasurer may determine.
Any further information dctired can be ob?
tained by addressing WM. J. ETTER,
City Treasurer, Columbia, 8. C.
OW Charleston Courier, Now York Journal
of Commerce, New York Financial Chronicle
e.opy and send bill to City Treasurer, Colum?
bia. April 5 :
JUST TO HAND
. choice assortment
of Spring Cassimeres,
for men and boys, from
Virginia, Woolen Fac?
These goods we war?
rant to be No. 1. No?
thing shoddy about
them. Call and ex?
PORTER & STEELE.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
In AVE a lot of tho above WHISKEY on
lund, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Mot/., will
constantly keep it on hand. Can oulv ho had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 27 Arno charlotte, N. C.
cy jf \ . THE undersigned have re
fc-VT- neut ly opened au entire NEW
Vi \jfiYyj?jff STOCK of articles in thoabovo
\\ whieh bas been carefully
1LSL?3B? selected. They invite a cal)
"rom th citizens to inspect their
GOODS AND PRICES.
Their strwkVmbracesCROCKERY. CHINA
PLAT I'D-WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, Etc.
KINGSLAND ?fc HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
It. KiNOSLAXn. J. A. HEATH.
Jan 21 Rino
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Mustoanddeaier in Piano Fortes,
APPLY at his residence, corner of Laurel
and Henderson streets, or at the book?
store of Duftio A Chapman.
Piano Fortes, Organs and Melodious
Tuned mid Repaired. Jan 27 3nio
TnE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of thu Anglican
Church, Vol. I. $."?.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a ni w Novel, by Miss Mulooh. 50c.
Jan ll DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.
A LOT of fino Kentucky
M CLES and HORSES, just ar-/
rived. Call at j_
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD'S,
THE largest Stock wc have ever offered le?
You aro aure to loee money if you buy
Or anything a Gentleman weare, without first
giving us a call.
FRENCH CASS1MERES AND CLOTHS
For our Custom Trade.
DEALERS SUTTLIED at tho LOWEST
Get the Best I
MY line of WATCHES is
now full and complete, and.
_htho pabilo may depend on
getting the beat at tho lowest posaible figures,
as my facilities are such that I defy compet?- .
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, 4c.;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets,Charms.
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Flated
Waru- Goods suited for bridal, hobday and
other presentations. *?
Bepairing in all b ranch CH by the best work,
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Columbia Hotel Row.
, Get the Best,.
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of the finest
stocks of WATCH EH, o? all best ESK
_^lish, Swiss and American makers. With >
Diamonds and other flue Jewelry, onr stock
is large, and we are going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, ia al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze & Radcliffe.
CLOCSS AND JEWELB.Y.
I HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL-! _
_;RY, CLOCKS. SILVER and PLATED .
/AUE, which 1 will dispose of at mostrea- -
sonable prices. Alao, SPECTACLES to snit-.
REPAIRING in my line done promptly and'
on good terms.
All articles and work warranted to be a?
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below Pu CEN ix office, Main o treat: ?
Oct 29 _
Clear mid Iliuinltm US Water.
NATTANS' CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
FOR THF li A IR.
APERFECTLY clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied aa water, for re?
storing to Gray Hair its natural color and
youthful appearance; to ciadicato and pre?
vent dandruff; to promote tho growth of the '
Hair aud stop its falling out. IT IS ENTIBKI/I .
HAIIMI.I SS and perfectly free frooi any poison?
ous substance, and will therefore tako Hie
place of all the dirty and unpleasant prepara?
tions now in uso. Numerous testimonials
have been sent ns from many ol our iueev
prominent citizens. In c verylhing in whick
tho articles now in use are objectionable.
Crystal Discovery is perfect, lt is warranter,
to contain neither Sugar of Lead, Sulphur or
Nitrate ot Silver. It does not soil the clothes
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed and make*
ono of the best dressings for tho Hair in nse.
It restores tho color of tho Hair "more per?
fect and uuiformly than any other prepara?
tion, " and always duos so in from three to ton
days, virtually feeding tho roots of tho Hair
with all the nourishing qualities necessary to
its growth and healthy condition; it restores .
the decayed and induces a new growth of the .
Hair more positively than anythiug else. The ..
application of this wonderful discovery also
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on thc -
scalp, and gives the Hair a pleasing and ela
Wo call especial attention to the fact that & .
limited number of small trial bottles can be .
had by those wishing to try it. You will no?
tice that in pursuing this course, our aim la?
to convince by tho actual morita of theartiole,
ARTHUR NATT ANS, Inventor and Propri?
etor, Washington, D. C. For Bale in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MIGT, and Druggists gene
rally._'_Nov 24 tly
Heinltth's Blood and Liver Fills,
ELEGANTLY sngar-coatod, perfectly taete
' less, and warranted to cure all diaoaeeo
o? tho livor and its kindrod complaints. Good
for constipation or the bowelB, disorders of
the stomach, sick and nervous headache, in?
digestion, biliousness, fevors, chills, kidney
affectiona, fomalo irregularities. They purify
tho blond, and remove all derangements of
tho internal viscera. Put np in a blood-rod
colored wrapper, and sold at 25 cents a box,
at HEIN ITS H'S DRUG STORE.
North Carolina Hay.
BALES good N. C. HAY, for salo low.
by E. HOPE.