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BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1872. YOL. YI1I-NO. 107,
Mike O'Connor Im Baltimore.
The New York Irish World publishes
a portrait of Hon. M. P. O'Connor, of
Charleston, S. O., aa also a fall page il?
lustration of the interior of Ford's Opera
Honse, daring the stirring address of
the honorable gentleman before the Bal?
timore Convention. Mr. O'Connor ad?
vanced to the platform and eaid :
GENTLEMEN OF THE CONVENTION: I
profoundly regret that there shonld be
any division of opinion, either upon the
platform of principles or upon the can?
didates, in thin solemn juncturo of our
national affairs. The whole nation is at
Eresent in a orisis when all issues shonld
e merged in one great and overshadow?
ing issue-tho defeat of the present na?
tional Administration, that the Republic
may no longer suffer any detriment.
[Applause.] Mr. President and gentle?
men, the great changea which have
taken place in the last eight years, tend?
ing to the gradual centralization of this
Government in all its departments, invite
an nnsorupulons Executive to commit
aots of usurpation and tyranny that now
endanger the very existence of American
liberty. In the rapid march of those
events many of the ancient land-marks
of all political organizations have boen
swept away and entirely forgotten, while
many others of those land-marks have
been comparatively modified and
oban god. The constitutional amend?
ments which were by this Convention
denounced as unconstitutional and revo?
lutionary, and void, have been accepted
by nearly all the State Conventions as
fixed facts, and accepted by the organs
of all ?h ad ea Of politioal opinion
throughout the country. I Applause. 1
The fifteenth constitutional amendment
-the amendment whioh decreed uni.
versai suffrage; that amendment which
waa felt more seriously, perhaps, in om
State than in any other-I say thal
amendment, whioh was at first threaten?
ed to be obliterated, has now been ac?
quiesced in as a pnblio expression of thc
pnblio will; and I say to you that il
never can be suooessfully controverted,
and never will be. [Loud cheering."
Mr. President, public opinion is highei
than all governments, and higher that
all conventional principles, and before
its rising tide old land-marks must dis
appear and new ones be established
[Cheers. | I say it is just as impoBsibh
to establish a government over men as i
is in nature to create men without poss
ing from infanoy to manhood, and with
out being conscious of the growth o
public opinion aa of tho changes of th
stations; and here is the great Demo
oratio party to-day, with its glorious as
sooiations clinging to her name and he:
character, and the whole nation beyoui
and outside of her appealing to her t<
lay upon the altar of a common oountr;
all past antagonisms. [Loud applause.
Wo have not come here to organize ;
movement for a single State or a singl
section, but to organize a movement fe
the salvation of the whole country
Though South Carolina may be crush*
almost to annihilation by the moss tha
is weighing her down, and though niste
btatei of the South may be exhausto*
by the oppressions of a Radical Govern
ment, we will hope for better things
What is the pioture of to-day? We hav
a President who does not present him
self in the guise of a simple civilian, bu
arrays himself in the epaulettes of
general; who one day thrusts his o flee
sive threats in the face of England, an
the next ignominiously strikes the Am?
rioan colors; who one day truckles t
Granville and Gladstone, and the nei
orders his General Sickles to threate
the weak G over n men t of Spain. [Hisses.
I say to you that these great, tn ea o tn
mendous issues, are sufficient to unil
the whole nation in one body, an invii
cible alliance to defeat this unhallowe
government. I fear that I havo tre
passed almost too much upon yoi
time-["Go on, go on 1"j- but I be
leave to say for South Carolina that st
hopes to be able to clasp hands with tl
North over the bloody ohasm left by tl
war, and sho expects to do it in tl
eleotion of Horaoe Greeley. Let me st
this for tho gentleman of Delaware: Ti
thirteenth amendment is naught, b
cause all the States have ratified tl
abolition of slavery. The fourteen!
amendment is a practical nullity in co
sequence of the lato amnesty Act, at
will become a complete nullity wh<
Horace Greeley is elected. [Applause
And as to the fifteenth amendment, 1
mo say to the gentleman from Delawa
that while our State has to endure wb
he so muoh objects to-negro snffrag
&o.-I would be the last man, and
depreoate the day when any party ia tL
republic will ever enroll upon its bann
the principle or wrest from the 4,000,0
Africans that boon whioh has been givi
to them to-day. | Applause.] Let the
have it, and we will accommodate oe
selves to the present situation. Ha
patience. This great party is going in
power, and we will have a governme
whioh will give equal laws and will dc
exact and equal justice to all men. [A
pl au H e.] Of alt the measures of this A
ministration that we have felt mc
peculiarly hard, has been the Act 1
whioh the President of the United Stat
was given the power to suspend t
writ of habeas corpus. Our State-o
poor State of South Carolina-the Ii
land of America-South Carolina, aim?
broken upon the politioal wheel of f<
tone-I say that aa far as she ie oe
cerned, when I think of the manner
whioh that Aot haa been carried out,
men would realize it, it would shook t
sense of the whole oivilized world,
have nearly exhausted the Oonventi
and myself and I will olose. [Applaus
That part of the speech whioh refer?
to the freedom of the negroes was
oeived with tremendous applause, ea]
oially by the galleries. Mr. O'Oonnc
speeoh was set down ss th? great suco
of the day. In speaking of its effec
the correspondent of the New York 2
"Strong and earnest as Senator Bay?
ard was, bad there been any considera?
ble division in the Convention, it would
have disappeared after Mr. O'Connor's
remarkably eloquent and efleotivo reply."
Commenting on thia remarkable ad?
dress, tho Irish World says:
"Hon. M. P. O'Connor, of Charles?
ton, H. C., whose portrait is given on tho
first passage, was thc orator of tho day at
the Baltimore Convention. The dele?
gates, by ono universal acclaim, yielded
the palm to him, and the press reporters
preBent-whose duty it wua to ohroniole
facts-flashed his triumph to all sections
of the country. His was the only name
that appeared in tho Now York Hei'ald's
bulletin given over tho proceedings of
the Convention. He rose at the most
critical juncture of tho Convention. He
appeared on the platform to reply to tho
speech of Hon. Mr. Bayard, United
States Senator from Delaware, and the
head of the re-aotionary element in the
Convention. The effusion of the mere
rhetorician is but the shimmering of a
glass-a flash without force; bat the out?
pouring of the trae orator is a flush and
a hit. O'Connor's reply, writes the New
York Tribune correspondent, was es re?
markable for its effectiveness as for its
eloquence. It was, indeed. His spceoh
was a very torrent of eloquenoe, and
oheer after cheer went np as his words,
like a tempest of shot and ihell dis?
charged from along the whole line of his
defence, sent the enemy reeling in dis?
may, and swept all opposition before
him. While dealing out saoh herculean
blows-while doing tho Democratic
party's work (or rather tho nation's
work) so magnificently-this gallant
yoong chieftain paused in bis course,
bat only to apologize for his tax upon
the delegates' time. 'Go onl Go on!'
was the response from all sides. And
then, in a whirlwind of passionate sen?
tences, he caught up his entranoed au?
dience, and, soaring on eagle's wings,
ascended with them high ap above the
region of local politios-high up above
the party issues of the hoar-np, up, UP
above everything small and unmanly
until from this sublime altitude he di?
rected their gaze out upon the great re?
public-of which they were all citizens
from ocean to ocean and from the lakes
to the golf-until the empyrean rna g
with cheers, and the murmurings of
querulousness far down below were lost
in the ringing echoes.
Those who know O'Connor, know he
would make his influence felt did he but
get a chance. Bat the question was
where there were some 800 tongues all
loosed ond ready to ring, and where, be?
sides, the time was so limited-would he
get a ohance? Other men went to Balti?
more, old in the ways of politics, and
with followers at their back to applaud
their sentences and to second (heir reso?
lutions; O'Connor is yet a young man,
is no politician, and wa? attended by no
chums, or cliques, or rings. He stood
upon his own letra-he spoke from out
of the fullness of his own soul-despis?
ing all made-to-order applause, and dis?
daining the diotation of all officions
prompters. His success was, therefore,
the grander, as the fame of his rising
reputation promises to become wider and
We heartily congratulate Mr. O'Connor
on his brilliant victory; we congratulate
tbe Democratic party against whose dis?
integration he fought so strenuously and
so effectively; we congratulate Mr. Gree?
ley, who had in Mr. O'Connor so single
hearted, so pure, so ardent and so
chivalrous a champion; and, lastly, we
congratulate our own people for having,
in the person of oar orator, so genuino
a representative of a raoo which gave to
the world a Carran and a Grattan, an
O'Connell and a Barke-not once bat
often-a race whose mighty toils and
sterling worth of mind challenge recogni?
tion-a race in whose veins courses the
red, warm blood that is to ru-invigorato
the nation, give perpetuity to Democratic
institutions und length of days to the re?
A Pittsburg person suggests paper
beef steaks to take the place of the
leather article now common at restau?
rants ia that city.
I /\A A BUSHELS CORN
?.UUU 100 barrels FLOUB,
\V bi oh wo offer at a heney decline. It must be
sold._LOltlOK fe LOWRANCE.
Corn! Corn! Corn!
1CAA BUSHELS prime White CORN,
.?J\J\J 500 busheld primo Mixed Corn,
Just received and for salo at reduced prices,
by_JOHN AGNEW A tiCN.
FIVE HUNDBED COBDS of good PINE
WOOD. Apply to
Joly 16_HARDY SOLOMON.
Lumber at Reduced Prices.
THE undersigned are preparad to saw
LUMBER et any dimensions, up to twen?
ty-two inches wide, or thick, and forty-eight
feet long. We prefer to work at low prices
rather than do nothing at high Agares,' If
?ou would save money, negotiate with OB at
leesville, Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta
Railroad. South Carolina.
July 17 wl3 MITCHELL & BODIE.
1 AA BARRELS fresh ground COTTON
1UU BEED MEAL, an excellent article
for feeding stock, just received and for sale
low by_JOHN AGNEW & BON.
Everybody looks at a pretty girl; bat tarn
away if sho has pimples, blotches, boils. Uso
tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT and purify your blood.
Ttie Vital Drain.-It is necessary t o-tbo
health of tho body that its exhausted and re?
fused particles should bo carried off by tho
excretory organs, and it is equally necessary
that tho waato matter thus expelled ehould
bo replaced by now eloraenla derived from
digested and assimilated food. It is evident,
thoreforo, that good digestion and perfoct
assimilation aro essential to bodily vigor,
and it is becnuso HOSTETTER'S BTOMACQ
BITTERS powerfully aaei?t these procoaeca,
that it is regarded by the intelligent classea,
whoso opinions aro founded on observation,
aa the only absoluto upechic for dyspepsia
and its attendant ills, nt present known.
Whon tho i-yatein. oither from constitutional
causes, overwork, excess, anxiety or actual
disease, is in an unnaturally relaxed condi?
tion, Homothino moro than its exhausted par?
tidos passeB through tho pores. Vitality
leaks through those- ventages. Element?
which thouin, romain in tho blood and enricl
it aro evolved, aud that fluid becomes ther
watery and incapablo of romoving tho solidi
of tho body as fast as they decay. Tho con
BcquenccB aro emaciation, debility, nervous
neus, loss of spirits, and a general, or perhap;
a rapid, declino of all powers of lifo. It is ii
canea like this that the restorative propcrtioi
of HoBtotter's Bitters aro most conspicuous
The first two or threo doses sometimos pro
dnco a chango in tho foelings aud aspects o
tho invalid that is porfcctlv astonishing, am
by a persevering uso of this superlativo voge
table tonic and altorative, tho vital drain i
Bure to bo arrested, tho strength reinstated
the flesh restored, tho constitution reinforced
aud tho brain rolicvod ot tho cloud tba
obscured iL_? July IS tn
Plain Questions for Invalids-Hav
tho routine medicines of tho profession don
you no good? Are you diaoouragc-d and rn:
aerable? Ii so, test the properties of th
now Vegetable Specific, DR. WAI KEB'B CALI
FORNIA VINEOAB RITTERS, already famous a
tho tlneat iuvigorant, corrective and altera
tive, that baa ever seen the light. Dypper
tics and poranna of bilious habit ehould kee
it within reach, if they vainc health and eas*
What Every Horseman Wants-A goot
cheap and reliable Liniment. Such an art
clo is Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Limmen
Pint bottles at one dollar. For Lameness
Cuts, Calls, Colic, Sprains, Ao., warrante
better than any other. Sold by the Dru(
gists. Depot, 10 Park Flaco, New York.
Bnrncti'i Cocontne-A compound of Ci
ooanut Oil, Ac, for the Hair, ha? eetabllshc
a world-wide reputation. . Its natural adapt
tion, agreeableness, and FBEENEBB FROM AI
INIUBIOUB on SoiUKO PROPERTIES, togethi
with its cheapness in respect to durabilii
and size of bottle, render it unequaled I
any other preparation in the world. For ea
by all Druggists.
Maizie of tue Mouth.-OdiferouB Soz
dont renders the mouth enchanting, coi
posed of rare, antiseptic herbs, it impar
whiteness to the teeth, a del i tiona flower-lil
aroma to the breath, and preserves inta<
from youth to age, the teeth.
Piatt'a Astral Oil,-More accidente occ
from using unsafe oils than from steamboa
and railroads combined. Over 200,000 fan
lies continue to burn Pratt's Astral Oil, ?i
no accidents, direotly or indiroctly, havoc
curred from barning, storing or handling
Oil House of Charles Pratt, established 17'
A Heauttfut White, soft, smooth and oh
skin is produced by using O. W. Lain
"Bloom ot Youth." , ft removes tan, freck!
snn-bnrBs, and all other discoloi ationB fri
the skin, leaving the complexion brilliant a
beautiful. Sold at all druggists. This p
Sar a tion' is entirely freo from any mater
otrimental to health.
.Jost th? Remedy Needed.-Thanks
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, wo have,
years, been relieved from sleepless nights
painful watching with poor, Buffering, toe
inp children. .
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, depression
spirits and general debility in their varii
forma; also, as a preventive against Fo
and Aguo, and other intermittent fevers, 'J
Vi rro-Phosphorated Elixir of Calisaya, mi
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., Now York, and s
by all druggists* is the beet tonic, and a
tonio for patients recovering from fevei
other sicknoes, it has no equal,
ltlsley's Genuine (Joldtii lit 11 Colon
Water, according to the original formuli
PrevoBt, Paris, so long and favorably kne
to the ouetoruera of Haviland, Barral A ]
loy, and their branches, for its flue pe ny an
fragrance, ia now made by H. W. Risley i
the trade supplied by his cuccosnorB, Mer
A Risley, Wholesale Druggists, New York.
Thurston's Ivory Pearl Tooth Powi
-Tho beet article known for cleansing
preserving the teeth and gums. Sold b]
Druggists. Price 25 and 50 cents per bot
F. C. Wolta A Co.. New York.
carbolic Salve unequaled as a Ilea
Compound. Physicians recommend it as
moat wonderful remedy ever known. P
25 cents per box. John F. Henry, Bole ]
prietor. 8 College Place, New York.
Chrlstadoro's Hair Dye.-This mag
cont compound ia beyond contingency,
safest and most rehablo Dye in existe
never failing to impart to tho Hair unifon
of oolor, nourishment and elasticity. Mi
factory, GS Maiden Lane, New York.
M vupnla is Opium purified of its sickei
and poisonous qualities. It is a perfect
dyne, not producing headache or constipa
of bowels, as ia the case with other prop
tioiiB of opium. Johu Farr, Chemiut,
York._Juiy 3 if ii
Odd Fellows' Academy.
Jf^? THE exercises of thia Acad
nnjB?- ..will1)0 continued by the subnet
*^f^H^during vacation, for the bene
HjMggSany wlio may wish to impro\
JKHF PENMANSHIP and PRACT1
"."^ ARITHMETIC. BtudieB Un
to this, unless othoi wiso desired. Ratei
month,*:!. I J. J. MoOAN I
THE undersigned desires employment
lng vacation, and will bo glad to gh
struotion in English, Latin, Greek, Frem
Book-keeping; or will prepare young me
the South Carolina University and othet
leges. Apply at Elmore House, East o
Tavlor street. B. H. OLARK8C
Woodl Wood! Wood!
ACHOICE lot of OAK and HICK
WOOD, of all sizes, for sale chei
the cord, and delivered in any part c
city, I will furnish WOOD by contri
special rates for winter purposes. O
left at the PHCBNIX office, or at Mr. D. EPI
Dry Goods Store, on Assembly street, w
promptly attended to. The above Wooc
my yard, and can be soen for delivery a
time, P. EPSTIN.
North sido of Gervais street, between Ai
bly and Gates Btreet. June 8 !
City of Colombia 7 Fer Cent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURY.
COLOMBIA, 8. C., July 17.1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated hy re?
solution, adopted by tho City Council, I
will soil, at- oublie auction, on THURSDAY,
August 1,1872, pne hundred and fifty thou?
sand City ot Columbia seven per centum
twenty years Bonds. Said Rones will hn of
tho denominations of $250, $500 and $1,000;
tho proceeds of .tho salo' to bo usnd for tho
erection of the new City Hall, new Market,
and other public improvements. The right
is reserved to dispuse of a part of tho said
Ronda in lots or in whole, aa thc Mayor and
Troasuror may determine. Auy further in?
formation desired can bo obtained bv address?
ing CHAS. DARNUM,
July 18 City Treasurer. Columbia. S. C.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver
and Plated Ware, and Cutlery,
at New York Cost.
THE UNDERSIGNED, having
made arrangements to remove
to Wearu's now Art Building,
will, from tliia dato until tho 1st
of September, soil his entire
stock at Now York wholesale cost. Thia will
bo a raro opportunity for my friends and cus?
tomers, who Bhould avail themselves of tho
I have now on hand ono of tho largest and
most complete stocka ever offered to tho pub?
lic of Columbia. Terras, net cash.
?- REPAIRING and ENGRAVING exe?
cuted in tho best manner, by experienced and
reliable workmen. All work guaranteed.
July 18__Practiea_l Watch-maker.
A CHANCE FOB ALL !
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S!
~?N anticipation of removing in September
to our large and commodious NEW STORE,
in the Wheeler Building, cornor of Main and
j Plain streets, we will CIOBO out our present
I stock at unprecedented LOW PBICES.
Bargains in all classes of Goods. .(
'W. I). LOVE Sc CO.
W. D. LOVE, 1
B. B. MCCK-JIEBT. f July 14
._ . THE nAND EN
/ XGINE of the Inde?
ed- ^ r a ftt j . pendent Firo Engine
^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^r. ^ mH('llino ?' tltr
for no fault. The Company having purchased
a steamer aro obligea to Bell, ta mako good
tho amount dno on their present engine. Ad?
dress jonN MCKENZIE, proaidont.
Or, L. F. HOPSON, Treasurer.
July 19 _12
OFFICE AUDITOR RICHLAND COUNTY,
JULY 1, 1872.
THIS oftico will he opon during this month
for the purpose of rocciviug returns of
all property-holders. The penalty of fifty
per cont, will ho added to laat yoar'a returna
for non-compliance with thia notice.
M. J. CALNAN,
Jnlv 4 County Auditor.
PIGS' FEET SOUSED,
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
All fresh and for salo low for cash hv
June IC _ HOPE A GYLES.
Ale! Ale! Ale i
?)K DOZ. CROTON ALE, very BUporior
MI ali ty,
50 dog. McEwen's Alo, very superior quali?
ty. Just received and for salo by
July 9_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
inn DALLONS superior SALAD OIL.
l_\/v/ fresh and sweet, just received and
for sale at $1 per gallon, by
Juno 23_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
BY JP. I). KONBHAlV,
(Formerly at G. Diercke\)
ON Assembly etroot, opposite the Market.
Liquors and Bcgars of all kinds. Lunch
at 12 M._Joly 0
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS ohoioe GOSHEN BUTTEB,
Boxes ohoioe Goshen Cheese,
1,000 pounds Breakfaat Strips,
10 barrels Pearl Grist and Big Hominy.
All fresh and lor sale by
July 10_HOPE A GYLES.
Everybody should read the paper and learn
I to know how much is saved if to Heiniteh'e
?ore they go for medicines.
Cheaper Than Ever.
C. F, JACKSON
?yyiLL sell hie cuCro stock of. GOODS
WITHOUT REGARD TC COST.
Every Counter will bo a BARGAIN COUN?
TER. The Ten Cent Counter will bo full of |
Tho M?sl Fashionable Promenade
IN THE CITY IS ~ TUE
GREAT COMBINATION DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT ii there that tho greatest display o
TASTE and STYLES can bo seen., j . .
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, bceidcB tho newest
and now mos*, popular patterns in "DOLLY
Theee goods have been bought at such ad?
vantageous pri?es as to enablo mo to offer
them at astonishingly low figures. Call and
examine, and I am aure you will buy.' >
May 19 . J. H: KINABD.
The Favorite Resort of the Ladies is at
the Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Room and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. MCCOR?
MICK, in the Store of1
J. H. K I NA ED,
/"i OODS are now being offered at auoh low I
\JC figures as will defy competition.
The DOLLAR COUNTER ia an especial at?
traction, whoro one can obtain gooda at half
the original pri?e.
LADIES' SUITS, superbly trimmed, on
baud, of tho latest and moat fashionable
A call will suffice to satisfy every one.
May 2C_MRS. A. MoOORMICK.
CLEAVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
Near Sh?oy, 66miles West of Charlotte, N. C.,
T- W. BRRVARD, Proprietor.
kjg^r^r\ THE Hotel will be open for
AgSlfr??S tuo reception of visitors on 1st
JBSiSHflfKBa of June. Pas?ungers coming
Hiel??gg^Epon tho Wilmington, Charlotte
and Rutherford Railroad will be met by
Hacks. Conveyances to other points pro?
vided at any time.
COLD and WARM BATHS-White Sulphur,
Bed Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and other moans of
amusement will add to the comfort and en?
joyment of gueata.
FARE first class. RATES-Singlo day,
t's.GO; single week, $14; four weekB, 140. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half prion. June 21 2mo
THC boat in markot, comprising all the
good qualities of FRUIT JARS, for sale by
Juno V? _L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
OK BASKETS CHAMPAGNE,
Canned Goods, Fruits. Nuts, Cakes and a
lot of other gooda suitable for the 4th; also,
for Tartics, Pio-Nica, Barbecues, Ao.
June 25 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having mado arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can onlv he had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 30 Gmo_Charlotto. N. C.
AND IIOUfrK FURNISHING STORR.
<~v^y=__ THE undersigned have re
)-?isSS. cent ly opened an entire new
trTTraffsSS^" Btock of now gooda in tho
il HBlwP above lino. Articles of all
iAJBiSK^ kinds for house keeping, Ac.
Citizens are invited to cull end *T?mlno goo?s
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Columbia Hotel.
B. KINGSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to hand
Primo Smoked Tongues,
Prime Smoked Beef,
"Diamond" and "Orange" brand Hams,
Elm City Breakfast Strip.?,
Elm City Sugar-cored Pickled Rounds,
With full supply of standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices, Ao., at low prices.
June 28_GEO. 8YMMER8.
Portable Fountain Pumps.
"VU8T received a supply of portable fonn
J tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is tho most useful and convenient apparatus
for watering shrubbery, flowers ana plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ao.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at tho commencement, sprinkling aide-walks,
Ao., Ao. For sale at low prices by
June 27_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
5,000 Live Indians Jost Arrived.
THEY aro pitted againat John Seagers*
10,000 K. K.'s, at the odds. Hut all may
end in smoke._GEO. 8YMMEB8.
Ofifa NEW FLOUR, of all grades,
?UU for salo at greatly reduced prioos,
b7 JOHN AONEW A SON.
. 1 ' i J ! m
Get thej Best;
GO TO THE BEBT. PLACE.
- . ... m-r-^-*-?-:-rr twtii?ii.
WE. ol aim io have ona of-the finest
'Blocke of WATCHES, of tTCbZSi Kng
__fclieh. H wis s and American makers: WHh
lam un da and other uno Jewelry, onr-Mopk
iirgu, and wo are going to sell the'Gooda.
REPAIRING and LNG H ATING, In* al
branch?e, by tho beet of workmen, i
. V WM. GLAZE,
Nov 19 Formerly Glaze A.Radcliffo.
BARG A I NS!
DULL SEASON I
' ' FINEST
FRENCH CASHMERE PASTS
. Made toprder
For Twelve Bollars
Twenty por cent, discount. J -
NO HUMBUG- !
As we mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or less.
At a sacrifice. '
FINEST AND CflWCEST Sjll.RTS
In thc market:1 V
CAJ/L AND SEE
. . ?. . ?1 ."?
. > For yourself.
H. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD,
^ Elegant Supply
K1NARD & WHEY'S,
(sccceasoBB TO CHILDS a WILEY )
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS.
Blue and Blaok Morning Coats,
Cassimere Light Mixed Suits.
Blaok and Blue Granites.
Youth's, Boy's and Children's Suits.
New sty lo and handsomely made Star Shirts.
Silk Scarfs, Ties, Bows, of the latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs.
HATS I HATS tl HATS Itt
Splendid Uno. The beet and cheapest in
tho market. DRESS HATH, silk and beaver,
M. L. KINARD. J. 8. WILEY.
April 19 _ly
Illustrated Maps of Columbia,
WITH FRAMES of all kinds,
500 new STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Southern, European and California. Also,
A now lot or CROQUET, at reduced prices.
For Bale at R. jj. BUYA N'S Bookstore.
YES. IRISH CHAMPAGNE! Why not?
Was not the great Apostle ot Temper?
anco, Father Mathew, an Irishman? Still,
wera he alive to-day, lie would quaff a cop of
this beverage, and, smacking his lips, bless
the man who invented "Irish Champagne."
This can be drank witb perfect aatety by the
Knights of Pythias. Good Templars, or Bad
Templars, SOBB of Malta, Sons of Temper?
ance, or anybody else's sous or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
faot, anybody, particularly those who wear
Grant hats and Greeley bats, or their own
hats, are invited fraternally to imbibe (at
I your own expense, mindi ) this superlatively
i This notioe would have been further ex?
tended, but a man borrowed our *. ictionary,
and several big words we intended to nae aro
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, the public may expect
to hear from ne again.
May 18 GEORGE BYMMEBB.
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LECTURE. By Rev.
Edward Fontaine. $2.
Thoughts upon Government. By Arthur
Helps, S2 25. . .
Roughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
full of fun.
At Home and Abroad. By John P. Ken
Foster's Life of Charles Diokens. $2.
Taine's Notes on England, fa.50. ? .
Pre-Historio Times. By 8ir John Lubbock.
Popnlar Life of Gen. B. E. Lee.
And other now publications, for tale at
June 8_ft. L. BRYAN'S Bookstore.
Frames for the Colombia Maps,
OF 'every style, of Walnnt and Gilt Mould?
ing. Also, for Palntlnga, Photographs
and Engravings. B. Ii. BBYAN 8
Jone H _Bookstore.
THE SPEARER'S ?OMMENTABY, by Bish
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Church. Vol.1. *o.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Heavenwards. $1.60. v "
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Mulooh. 60o.
Jan 14_DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN.
Everybody ia some authority. If every?
body says so and so, it must be so. They say
HZIMITSH'S MEDICINES are good and are worth