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BY" J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872. YOL. YIII-NO. 148.
A CHBEBFOTI ESTABLISHMENT IN LON?
DON.-Some time ago, a gent lenin u boe?
ing a most extraordinary mn63 of defoi tu
ity wriggling about in tbe streets of Lon?
don, acoosted it and usked bow it. unp?
aged to get a living. "Why, sir, I got
ran over by tbe carriages of tbo nobility
and gentry, nnd they givo me compensa?
tion, and I does pretty well." lt ?cent
experionco goos to provo tbut a loss buz
ardous course is now udopted, witb the
aim and end of obtaining the vuluablo
stook in trade of a deformed f?guro. In an
old house situated iu a secluded alley of
Highgate, a Northern suburb of London,
tho polioe ate reported to have disco?
vered an establishment for which tbo
familiar "Muugling done here" would
bo the most appropriate plucard.
"Messrs. Willis, Batnan & Co."-they
adopted this stylo-have been actively
carrying on business as manglors aud
sham malady makers. Persons brought1
their children of tender years to havo
their legs twisted aud their bodies other?
wise dealt with in the mauner most like?
ly to "draw" from tho pockets of the
benevolent. Thc tariff varied portion
linly to age. Thus, a child under a year
old could bave its littlo Boft, small legB
twisted for the moderate sum of seven
dollar i, whilu ten dollars wau the charge
for ono six months older, and so on, by
a gradual scale. Other injuries were
charged for pro raia, but a child of ten?
der years could be twisted in a manner
satisfactory to tho most greedy of gaiu
for thirty dollars-exclusivo of a ohnrge
for board. What arrangements were
made when the child died during the1
process which was to make it so lucrative
is not stated, but no doubt they were of
an equally satisfactory character. Tho
other branch of the company's benevo?
lent operations was the fitting out adult
persons to gaiu their living for tho duy
with sores, deformities, blindness, and,
where ladies were concerned, patting
them into an apparently "interesting
state." The existence of this most in?
genious trade is surely another marvelous 1
proof of nineteenth century progress.
WHAT A BOY KNOWS ABOUT GIRLS.
Girls are the most unaocountableut things
in the world, except women. Like the
wicked flea, when you have them, they
ain't there. I oan cipher clean over to
improper fractions, and the teacher says
I do it first rate; but I can't oipher out
a girl, proper or improper, and you
can't either. The only rule in arithme?
tic that hits their case is the doable a
rule of two. They are as foll of old
Nick aa their skin can hold, and they
would die if they couldn't torment some?
body. When they try to be mean, they I
are as mean as pusley, though they ain't
as mean BB thoy let on, except some?
times, and then they are a good deal
meaner. Tho only way to get along with
a girl when she comes at you with her
nonsense, is to give her tit for tat, and
that will flummox her, and when you
get a girl ilummuxed, she is as nice as a
new pin. A girl can sow more wild oats
in a day than a boy can sow in a year,
but girls get their wild oats sowed after I
a while, which boys never do, and then
they settle down au calm and placid as a
But I like girls first rate, and I guess I
the boys all do. I don't care how many
trick? they play on me-and they don't
care either. The hoitytoityiet girls in
the world can't always boil over like a
glass of soda. By and by they will get
into the traces with somebody they like,
nnd pull as steady as any old utago-horse.
That is the beauty of them. So let !
them wave, I Bay; they will pay for it j
some duy, sewing on buttons and trying
to make a decent man of the feller they
have spliced on to, and ten chances to
one if they don't get the worst of it.
A Yankee ice company in Columbia,
Central America, was recently fined
$1,200 for being short of ice. A novel
-way of imposing punishment in mercan?
tile matters, we take it. But the matter
was finally mended by a new supply of
tho frigid article, and the decision being I
reversed by the Supreme Court of that
A gallant school boy's toast: "Tho
girls 1 May they add charity to beauty,
subtract envy from friendship, multiply
genial affections, divide time by industry
and recreation, reduce scandal to its
lowest denomination, and raise virtue to
its highest power."
A wild girl is the sensation in Nevada.
Wild girls have ceased to be a sensution
in the Atlantic States.
The complete census returns make ont
428,859 more males than females in the
THE HOUSE and LOT, on Pickens
street, belonging to the Estate of Mrs.
Sept 8 EDWIN J. HOOTT, Executor.
Rust-Proof Seed Oats.
BUSHELS, for Seed. For sale by
Sept 8 HOPE .fe GYLES.
LBS. superior quality. For sale low
by HOPE <t OYLES.
1 BUSHELS PRIME RYE, for Seed.
AO" ' For sale for cash only.
Sept 8_HOPE & GYLES.
Important for Reference.
J. W. & E. Chisholm & Co.,
Importers and Manufacturers,
OFFER to tho tratio tho largest stock of
Human and Imitation HAIR GOODS,
FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, LACK GOODS,
etc, that can bo found in New York city.
Send for sample parcel. 417 BROADWAY.
Sept 7_ imo
NOTICE is hcroby given that I, 0. II. PET
TIN GI LL, will not bo responsible for any
debts contracted in tho nanto of tho firm of
Boyeo & Co., composed of Wm. Honry Boyeo
and myself, unlesB tho namo of the firm bo
signod by myself; and that tho partnership
?^tofore existing under the firm name or
BOYCE & CO., by my act, is hereby dis?
solved. O. II. PETTING?LL.
COLUMBIA, S. C .Heptomber 1, 1872.
Sept 5 lmo
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
HEADQ'S NAT'IJ COM. Lm'ii REP'NS,
COLOMBIA, S. C., August 28, 1872.
AU voters qf this Stute, who uro in
favor of the election of Greeley und
Brown to thc Presidency and Vice-Pre?
sidency of tho Uuitfd States, nud of the
organization of n Liborul Republican
party, on the basie of the Cincinnati
platform, aro respectfully and earnestly
requested to tako immediate steps to or?
ganizo tho party, and to form Greoley
and Brown Clubs iu every voting pre?
cinct of this State. Let the young men
cuter actively upon this work.
Secretaries of clubs will confer a favor
by sending to this office notices of their
organizations and their locations, toge?
ther with n list of their olllcers, ut as
early a day as practicable.
S. A. PEARCE, Jit.,
Member Nat'l Com. for State of S. C.
HEADQUARTERS TRUE REPUBLICANS,
STATE OF SOUTH: CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, Sept. 3, 1872.
I County Chairmen appointed nt the
i Convention of True Republicans recent?
ly held at the city of Columbia, and pre
I Bided over by ex-Gov. James L. Orr, are
hereby specially requested to report im?
mediately to these headquarters; also,
all others who may havo suggestions to
make, or information to impart, iu refe?
rence to the inauguration of an honest
State administration. All communica?
tions should be addressed to James
Brennau, Columbia. S. C.
C. C. BOWEN,
Chairman State Exeoutive Committee.
JAMES BRENNAN, Sec'y and Trea'r.
STROKO TESTIMONY.-STEDUENVILLE, OHIO,
September 4,1871. Dr. Wm. H. TutL-DE IB
SIB: I feel it a duty to you and to suffering
humanity to make public the great merits of
your Extract Sarsaparilla and Queen's De?
light. For years I havo beon a great sufTeror,
my gODeral health broke down, and I was af?
flicted with nervousness of the most terrible
character, which was soon followed by an
eruption all over tho body, forming largo
ulcera in some places, and attended with
rheumatic pains. Tongno cannot doscribo
my suffering: I was reduced almost to a skele?
ton, and had a perfect loathing of food. I
was attended by several physicians, who ren?
dered me no relief. I despaired of ever being
well again, but, thanks to a kind Providence,
I accidentally heard of your medicine. I sent
for half a dozen bottles, and before I had
taken three I began to feel bettor, my appe?
tite improved, and the rheumatic pains be?
came lesa severo and I could enjoy sleep. I
have continued its use, and have taken eleven
bottles, and believe I am a sound man again.
Tho ulcers have all healed, my skin is smooth
and healthy, and I have gained twenty-two
pounds in weight. I believe my sickness re?
sulted from a taint of scrofula. I would
oarnestly recommend your compound to my
feliow-sufforors. With deep gratitude to von, I
am ever your friond, JAS. FRANKLIN.
Dr. Tutt'a Liver Pills aro a mild and gontlo
purgativo, possessing the peculiar merit of
actiug as a powerful agent in relieving con?
gestive or torpid livor. They havo no equal.
Dr. Tut.'s Hair Dye is endorsed by (he best
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, havo
frequent head-ache, month tastes badly, poor
appetite and tongue coated, you are suffering
from Torpid Liver or "Biliousness." and ~no
thing will euro you so speedily and perma?
nently us Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disco?
LOVELINESS ON THE INCHEA.SE.-A marked
increase of female loveliness is tho eye-de?
lighting result of tho immense popularity
winch UAOAN'S MAQNOLIA BALM has obtained
among the ladies of America. Complexions
radiant with snowy purity and tinged with
the roseate hue of health are commonly met
with whenever it is used. For the sallow and
unwholesome appearance of tho face and
neck, which utterly counterbalances tho ef?
fect of any personal attraction tho owner may
possess, it Substitutes that clear, pearl-like
complexion which ia euch a transcendant
charm in woman, and renders tho roughest
skin as soft as Genoa velvet. No ono is more
astonished than tho person using it at tho
marvelous transformation which it efforts in
these particulars. s l j f3
Maillard's Chocolate and Cocoa.
Cn 0 COL ATE a la Vanille,
Chocolate De Saute,
Cocoa, pure, No. 1,
Cocoa, pure, No. 2.
Those are regarded as tho finest and pure st
manufactured. 1 have tho agency for their
sale, and will gunr&uteo satisfaction to pur?
Bakers" COCOA and BUOMA.
Sept 3_GEO. SYMMERM.
APLANTATION in Sumter County, known
an tho Bradford Springs Placo. It con-,
tams 7?3 aerea of land, tineen miles from
Sumter 0. ll. and about tho same distance
from Camdon. For particulars and terms,
appljUo Messrs ISLANDING & RICHARDSON,
Attorneys at Law, Sumter 0. H. Sept 1
MTHAT Urge and commodious STORE
now occupied by Messrs. Porter ? Steele
Possession given the 1st of October.
For terms, inquire of G. DIIiRCKth
Novelties in Cigars.
IN addition to my specialty of tho celebrated
"Li vo Indian," I havo had manufactured
ospocially for retail a puro Havana and Seed
CIGAR, of exquisito flavor and quality, called
the "Royal Goorge." They are euro to
please, and tho standard will hu maintained.
Also, "Jonny Lind," "Ryron," "Tartagas,"
"Oriental," "Casino," "Hidalgo," "Crown
Joweld," "El Dio," "Carolina," and many
othor brands, comprising very low-priced
goods up to (Inost. Dealers and others will
And it to their interest to inspect tho stock.
Prices low and cash necessary to hnv.
Sept 3_m GEO. HYMMERH.
^ AT Dalv's Stahlo, eighteon superior
^?gtep. Kentucky HARNESS AND SADDLE
JPHK|HORSES. Persons wishing to pur
M /l .chase will do woll to call and examino
them, aa they havo been soloctod especially
for this market. JOHN N. LONG, Ag't.
Aug 17 lt. GRAHAM & CO.
Due West Female Collego.
SEND us your daughters. Thf;
?fOmm. next spssion opens OCTOBER 7.
fctjlGiEatt^Otilv tito very best tendu rs ure
^TBB^[omploybd. L'narJing, in<;ludinn
^WOkWWashing. Fuel and ?uition, one
4BBkr year, (184 00. Over IOU pupil? ar?
present, annual!v. Tho Pr?sident will bi* al
tho Nickerson House. Columbia, PRIPAY
NIGHT, tho 4th of October, and will take
charge of pupila on tho Greenville und Co?
lumbia Railroad SATURDAY, the5th. Send
for a catalogue. J. I. RONNER,
Sept, i I) President.
Mrs. S. C. Goodwyn
WILL resume tho exercises ol
?dQh. her SCHOOL "h MONDAY, Hep
<JrfnyRy.tembcr lu', on Assembly st rod.
t???^ Al>,1> a^U' H W TAYLOU'f('
KAL.KIGII, N. C.
REV. R. RUR WELL, Principal.
k \AeB?ciat0 Pri"dpBl8:
Vftftk THE first ANNUAL SESSION of
/inS&^thia institution will commence on
*>w]?gi^M?NDAY, September 23, 1872.
jjB*M* Accomplished and experienced
Teachers in all thc branchesusual
ly taught in first class fernab? scniiuaiioB have
Tho Musical Department will bo under tho
direction of Prof. A. BAU MANN, who, during
tho past ton years, has boen associated with
the Principals in tho school at Charlotte.
Mr?. M. R. LACY will bo connected with the
institution as Teacher of tho English branches
and Superintendent of social and domestic
I For circular containing full particulars as
to terms, course of study, ?fcc, address
REV. R. RURWELL & SON.
Sept 5*0 Half ic h. N. C.
Select School for Girls.
? CONDUCTED bv tbe MISSES
^Yga MARTIN. Eighth Animal Session
iinJ?feheKins on tho ?TRST DAY of Oclo
^BHMSEK ber next. Primary Scholars re
^?^^pFceived. For particulars, apply
*?sy c jruer of Blanding and Henderson
University ot Virginia, Charlottesville.
THE session commences on OCTOBER 1.
The institution embraces an Academic
Department, and Departments ol Law, Medi
oine, Engineering and Agriculture. For cata?
l?gaos, apply to WM. WERTENBAKER, Sec?
retary of tho Faculty, P. O. University of Va.
CHA8. 8. VENABLE,
Ang 13 tuthO Chairman of tho Faculty.
J. I*. CABIIOLL. CIIAIlIiES F. J ANN KV .
CARROLL & JA.NUEY,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Soptl Office on Law Rance. Imo
LeRoy F. Yonmans, Attorney at Law,
COLUMBIA, S. V.
OFFICE Law Range, Rauskctt's building,
Yonmans & Sheppard,
Attorneys at Laxo, EilyejMa, S. C.
LER. F. YOUMANS. JNO C. SHEPPARD.
Aug 27 _ ?mo .
JUST :KEG EiVED.
Af\f\ CASES CANNED GOODS,
rk\'*J 100 boxes CANDY,
50 boxes 80AP,
200 barrels FLOUR,
100 ba rrels Whiskey,
. 100 dozen Axes,
200 dozen Pocket-Knives,
100 dozen pairs Trace Chain?,
100 dozen Door and Pad-Locks,
100 bundles Ties, . j
100 bales Baggiug.
For sale to-day, at New York prices an 1 car?
riage, having been purchased mainly before
tho late inflated prices.
L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
New Books ! New Books ! !
THE VICAR'S DAUGHTER. Rv George
McDonald, fl 50.
Tho Doctor's Daughter. Uv Sophie May.
..At the Back of thc North Wind." By Geo.
Fitz Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina Re?
bol Boy. By Mrs. Sallie F. Cliapiu. 11.50.
Lord Kilgobhin. Ry Charles Lever, tl.
Tho Golden Lion of Graiupere. Ry Antho?
ny Trollopp?. 75c.
Ethel Miidmay's Follies. 73c.
"Ombra." Ry Mrs. Oliphant. 75c.
And other hito publications, just received
and f or salo at publishers prices, nt
lt, L. RRYAN'S
The ?. C. Election,
THAT excited eo much interest, having
beon decided, tho attention of tho public
is called to tho great inducements
Offered by tho "INDIAN OIRL," in closinc
out a few brands of lino CIS A RS, four for 23
cents-a price that allows DO grounds for it
As to where is the place to get the most for
"Pancake," "Century," "May Flower" and
"Durham" aro specialties. Aug 10
AFINE stock of tho celebrated Morris <fc
Lazarus PERFECTED SPECTACLES,
which I have been selling to tho public for
tho last four years.
ISAAC SULZBACHER. Solo Agont^
TnE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Rieh
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Church. Vol. I. (5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Heavenwards, fl 50.
Hannah, v. now Novel, hv Mies Mulnrh. 50c.
Jan 14_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
IFORTY-SAW COTTON GIN, with CON?
DENSER, mp.nuracturod hy Horace L.
Emory, as good as new, having boen only
used a few weeks. Will bo sold at a sacrifice,
by JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Dissolution of Partnership.
VTOTI?E its hereby Riven that tho partncr
J3 f hip heretofore existing under tho linn
mime "I W. LOW lt Y it CO. waa dissolved tho
lUtli July la?t, by mutual conecnt. Tho
business hereafter will bo carriod on hy W.
Lo VYKY alon?, who will collect, what is owing
mid bc responsible for tho debts of tho lato
lis iu. W. LOWPY,
August 20 tr.4 H. S. BOSWORTH.
A Valunb!e Tract of Land For Sale.
rfMI K -mbscribt r oilers for salo his PLANTA- j
JL 'PION, near Abbi ville Court House, part |
nf it within tho corporate limita of tho town,
lt contains ?l?U arien of land, seventy-five of ?
wliiuli i? good creek bottom. On it is a com?
fortable Dwelling Mons?!, Oin House, and all
necessary out-buildings: also, a Vineyard ol
Scuppornong Urapes of seven acree, in full
beai ing, ? ii ii a Stone House, Cellar, and all
appliances for making wine, and a tine collec?
tion ot Fruit Trees. lt. h. BOWIE,
j Sent 1 Abb. ville o H.. K. 0
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
IOFFElt for salo my FARM, consisting of
about 128 acres, situated just oulsido of
city limits, on both sides of Charlotte Rail?
road. Tho placo contains a comfortable
Dwelling and fino Out-buildings, and for a
Grtfin and Truck Farm cannot bc surpassed.
This property, from its nearness to tho city,
and its facilities for advancement and im?
provement, is verv desirable.
Aug 28 Imo_JAMES E. RLACR\_
Real Estate. |
THE subscriber has in hand, for Bale, a
large amount of valuable REAL ESTATE,
consisting of Plantations, Farms, Woodlands
and Mills. !
Improved and unimproved CITY LOTS.
Especial attention is called to that elegant
and commodious residence, known as tho El?
mon: Houeo. This residence ia ?ituatcd on a
lot of six acres, handsomely improved, in a
healthy location, and can bo bought on easy
Several eligible BUSINESS LOT8. on Rich?
ardson street. J. W. PARKER,
Roal Estate Broker,
Aug ll Imo Columbia, S. C.
To the Ladies.
ONE of tho worst forms of discoloration of
tho akin, and of pimpled and eruptivo
faces, is caused by the uso of CALOMEL and
BLUE MASS. Mercurial medicines aro sup?
posed to havo a apecial action on tho liver;
tho theory is erroneous, If calomel is givon
in reposted doses it produces salivation, and
in thia condition tho liver is badly damaged.
Tho liver is moro torpid; tho skiu must do
somo of tho liver's work, in excreting nile ele?
ments, and will bo liablo to pimples, blotches,
eruptions, dark spots, discolorations, tuber?
cles, Boro mouth, sore throat, catarrhal affec?
tions, &o. Tho only serviceable liver medi?
cine is HEINITSH'S LIVER PILLS. No ca?
lomel. They regulato the liver and pnrifv tho
blood._Aug 22 i_
NOW IS THE.TIME
Save Your Money 1
J^ALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS will
be sold at great bargains before the season
C. P. JACKSON'S.
CO Ali! GOAL! !
IVIE undersigned have established a
CUAL Y Alli)
In this city, which will he kept regularly sup?
plied with the best qualities of
And FOUNDRY COAL, for salo at the lowest
prices. A good article can be supplied, deli*
vet ed in any part of H.e ci'y.
100 TONS GRATE COAL
Now on hand. LONG TON (2 210 lbs.) will
always bc givon.
Mr. W.H. RIVES i* our Agent for sale of
Coal, and will give prompt attention to all or?
ders sent him, or dropped in Post Office Rex
No. 117, or left at Fisher A Sillimau's Drog
Au,' 20 Inn? O. G. PARSLEY ?V CO.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CII.\KL,KSTON, S. C.,
-^j^ OFFER for sale ^?Q^
lifljSJ GK7 proved paper, raJnwffi
1,(100 rolla heavy domestic BAGGING,
100 bales Gunny RAGGING,
10.000 bundles COTTON TIES,
500 bags Rio, Java and Lagnayra COF?
100 barrels refined SUGAR.
25 hogsheads Demevara SUGAR,
15 hogsheads Porto Rico &UGAK,
200 hogsheads reboiled MOLASSES,
1 O(>II hogs, aborted, NAILS,
500 boxes Admantiuo CANDLES,
1,000 sacks SALT,
100 uogahoads C. R. and Dry Salt Bacon
100 barrels Leaf LARD,
500 barrels FLOUR-Family, Extra and
Orango Rifle POWDER, SHOT, LEAD,
STAUCH. SOAPS. Ac. July 20 Mu ?iran
AMD HOOK Fl itMMll.M; STOKE.
c\_?\--- THE undersigned have re
yj?$(??" cent ly opened an entire new
??TSnfT?j?r stock" of new goods in the
vii S^a^a" above lino. Articles of all
1LAG3S&,~ kinds for bonso keeping, Ac.
Citizens are invited to call and examine goods
and prices. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
April 21 Under Cobie' ia Hotel.
R. KiMisi.Asn. J. A. IIKATII.
Choice Family Flour.
rf\ DARRELS STRICTLY PRIME, for
OV/ sale at reduced intCM.
August 10 HOPE iv OYLES.
A CHANCE FOB ALL !
OT. D. LOVE & CO.'S!
TN anticipation of removing in September
j to our largo and commodious NEW STORE,
in tho Wheeler Building, corner of Main and
Plain Btrecta, wo will close out our present
stock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
Bargains in all classes of Gooda.
W. I). LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE, )
?. R. MCCREERY.T_Joly 14
WORTH OF U*. - '
C1HE?6 ll MTS!
AT COST AND TRANSPORTATION'
To make room
For Our Fall Stock.
KIN ARD & OTILEY,
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
July 28_ _
B A R Gr A I N S !
DULI, SEASON !
FRENCH CASS15IERE PANIS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars.
Twenty per cont, discount.
NO HUMBUG !
As wo mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or lees.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
R. & W, C, SWAFF1ELD.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
WE claim to have one of the finest
stocks of WATCHES, of all best Eng
_Uisb, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is largo, and we arc going to sell the Goods.
REPAIRING and 1 N0RAV1NQ, in al
branches, by tho best i f workmen.
Nov li) Fon-. . !v O'azo & Radcliffe.
Mote's Celebran <i Korth Carolina
IHAVE a lot of tho abovo WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangen enln t<>
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can ?nlv be had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
Mardi ni (Imo Charlotte. N. C.
BLOOD. BLOOD, BLOOD, LIVER, LIVER, Liven.
TILLS, PILIS, PILLS.-Fut up in blood-red
wrappers. Sold only at Heinitsh's Family
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of SI and Upwards Received,
HNTEEES'1 -i LLO WEI) A T THE HATH Vt
sh V LA FER CHAT. H KR AAA UM,
'/A CERTIFICA'! ES vF DEPOSIT,
A AD SIE FER CL AT. COM
I >J UA DED E VER Y si A
M O A THU OH A COO UK TS.
Win. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer. Vice-President.
A. U Breuizer, Caabier.
J. LL. Sawyer, in general charge.
John 0. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Bampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell,F. W. Mcmaster,E. ii. Ueiuiteb, JolieB.
Calmer, TbomaB E. Gregfc, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Manon.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge,Charlcbton.
DanielRavenel, Jr., Clinrleeton.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerke, Widow?, Ol?
(diana and otbers may bern deposit their sav
iugs and draw n liberal rate ot interest there
cu. Planters, Professional Men and Truetvec
wishing to draw interest on their fundsnntii
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to act spart ern.ll
tums for tneir children, and Married Women
and Minors ( whose deposite cnn only t o wi?l*?
drawn hy themselves, or, in catt- nf death, i y
their lag al representatives,) withing to li:;
usidofunds for future uso. aro here afforded
un opportunity of doposiling their means
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at.
Miesame timo,bo aubject to withdrawalwher
i noded._Aug 18
?ESTHAL NATIONAL BANI
OF COLUMBIA. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTIIOR.I7.KI> CAPITM., 8500.000.
THIS Bank ia now op? i ? the transaction
of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, bearing interest
at the rate of seven (7) percent, per annum,
will be issued.
Notes, Eilis of Es^hange, and other evi?
dences of debt diecounted, and money loaned
t Stocks, Bonds, Gold, Silver boughtand sold.
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all the promi?
nent placea in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Rolland, Den?
mark and the Orient. Letters of Credit issued,
payable in any of the above places
Drafts on all the prominent cities iu thc
United st ate s-bought and Bold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
Portable Fountain Pumps.
JUST received a eupplv of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
ia tho most useful and convenient apparatus
for watering shrubbery, flowers and plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, Ac.
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at tho commencement, sprinkling side-walks,
ko., Ac. For sale at low prices by
June_27_JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Columbia IMusic Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling tho attention of
tho public to an examination of thoir
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor Organs,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Accord?ons. Braea and Silver Band Instru?
ments ot all kinda. Also, Sheet Music and
Instruction Booka for every class of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent hy mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Gooda Bent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos and Organa for sale cheap, for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos lor other patties to ary poin
desired, at moderate piicea.
AB orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thCBe favoring us vith
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Mneic and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Savings Bank Building,
Columbia. S. C._Nov 7
Af<u"n Street, near Plain.
-A^r??fV NOW on hand and d.iily re
^^"^?""??yfZje'-iving fi oin the manufhC
~V? ^ /'"l^LJTj '"f New York, Boston,
^mste*T^ar^y Cincinnati uni! Louisville,the
Jr largest assortment ot FCR
NlTURF ever kept in tl is market, eontisting
in part of Walnut Parki, Chun Per ann Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bldsteadh ot different
patterns.ii: Wainui and imitat or,: also, the
celebrated Georgia Srlit-l i??li c. VA ah*
Al! kinds ot MA TT hi .-Mb msc1* to order.
UPHOLSTER INO ard REPAlblNG dont at
. hortest notice and in the best manne r.
Tetris ?anh and Oot?d? che-an_ Oct Sf.
4y*i^ Pavilion Hotel,
,S C II A ll i KSTON. s. c.
? T- ALFOhD .V CO., Pro
p^?iJ3J?Jjgg, prit-tois; i(. HAMILTON, Snp't.
WHEELER ft WILSON'S
II IC HKS 1 FKRMIl'M ,
I few 5
By Committee of Practical Xachinista.
11HE simplicity, durability, ease of manage?
ment and great range of work of this
Machine has made it the universal favorite,
and leading family Sewing Machine for more
than twenty years, and hence it is no experi?
ment to buy one.
For salo on monthly instalments, second
door below FnGBKlx i ftico, Columbia, S. C., by
A. J. PUR8LEY,
_Feb 27 Agent for Tnreley A Trnmp.
Fall Turnip beed.
Lang's Improved Buts Raga,
Cobeon'a Improved Ruta Baga,
Largo White Norfolk,
Large White Olobe. HOPE A GYLES.
North Carolina Hay.
7ST BALES good N. C. nAY, for salo ow
O by _ _HOPE A OYLES.
Onr frie?nd of tho Christian Neighbor says
that propio who complain of dull times don't
advertise. Make known yonr complaints.
Thia is Heinitsh's plan. Mako known your
complaints; Heinitsh has a remtdv-tho
BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS, tho best family
pill ever made.