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THE DAM jB?PHONIX.
4,Let our Just Censure Attend the True Event." \l
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10 1871. VOL. VII-NoTtOtl
TERRIBLE STORMS ON THE BAHAMA
ISLANDS.--A gen.eral statement has been
received here pf the.effects of the recent
storms on the Bahamas., Tho gale-or a
succession of gales-was t?rrifio," the
storm shifting from the North-east to
the Soath-east. Tho whole coasts of the
islands are strewn with wrecks, from
which maoh valuable property and many
lives have been destroyed. Sweeping
through the island of Abaceo, the storm
completely divided it into two islands, I
oarrying with its violenoea large number j
of inhabitants who havo been victima of
its. fury. A large amount 'of property
was also carried away as by the besom, of
destruction and probably buried in tho
sea, The ripe fruit crop of the varions
islands composing the group bas been
entirely swept away, and it was found
impossible to get a cargo, Nothing re?
mains of the orange or banana crop but
the very yoong growth, and the trade in
these fruits has been very seriously, dis?
BARBARITY.-A colored sheriff in Lou?
isiana '. heavily, ironed dh. old. negro who !
was lying in" jail charged .with having
killed a man of bis,own color, placed
him in a cart alongside ot three convict?
ed negro ran rd oroT, and curried him to
tho plooo ofiexeoution with them. His
motive for this unheard of-proceeding
wasi he said, to let'him witness the aw?
ful example which' the.law makes of mur?
The court martini in the caae of Major
Hodge will convene on Tuesday next,'at
Fort MoHenry. William Sohley, Esq.,
of Baltimore, at tho instance of friends,
will attend ?a counsel, but it is under?
stood that the'Major will not consent to
any technical, objections or retract any
portion of hie frauk confession hereto?
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE are dosirono of 'seonring tho servicer
of a half, dozen activo Canvasing
-Agents in South Carolina for tho Universal
Life Insoranco'Cooapany, of New Ynrk, with
whom liberal terms will bo m ado. We desire
also roriponuiblo Local Agents for each town
in the State. M. W. OAKY,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
COLUMBIA', 8. C., September 8, 1871.
Sept 9_ , _
The World-Renowned. Howe Sewing
Are the Oldest Established of An;/ inthe World.
SN range of work this Machino cannot be
equalled. Will work equally well on thick
thin goods, from gauze to heaviest beaver
Coatings, or even loather, without chango of ]
needle, tonaion or thread. We will warrant
them to do this. Our fine work is equal to
any, and our heavy work exceda that ojf any
other machino in the world. Ladles wishing
.to introduce the sewing into their families will
And it a, great saving of time, labor and ex?
pense td at once purchase the bent. Peraons
who have tried all machines are unanimous in
declaring this to bo the easiest learned of any
in the market. If you are'prejudiced in favor
of any particular maohine, at least examine
THE HOWE before you purchase.
ALFRED G. ELY,
Gonoral Agent for South Carolina.
Office three doors below Dr. Hcinitah'a Drug
Store, Main street, Columbia, S. O.
8ept 21_ : 3mo
CITIZENS1 SAVINGS BANK
.ji., H ? . ;ojrurn .. iii ,L
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received,
INTEREST ALLO WED A T TUE RA TE ? '?
SEVEN PER GENT. PER ANN VU,
ON 0ERTIFI0A-Q.ES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY BIX
MONTES ON ACCO UNTS.
- Wm. Martin, President.
John B. Palmer., / vioB-?>r???d?*n.
John P. Th?nia?.i.Vl0e "re8!?eota
A; G. Breriizer, Cashier.
J. H. Sawyer, Assistant Cashier, i
chare, o of'Hr An ohos.
1 John O. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
?. -i . , ... Director*..,
Wade Hampton, William Martin, A. C. Has?
kell, F. W. McMaster., John P. Thomas. E. H.
Hoinitsh, John B. Palmer, Thoma s E. Gregg,
J. Eli Gregg, Marion. .
G. T. Scott, Newborry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rtttledgo,Charleston.
DanielR&venel, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics. Laborers, ClerkB, Widows, Or?
phans and others may here deposit their sav?
ings sad draw a liberal rate of interest lhere*
on. Planters, Professional Mon and l'rusteei
wishing to draw interest on their hinds nntil
they require them for business or other pnr*
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
.tums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only be with?
drawn by thomBolves, or, in case of death, by
their legal representatives,) withing to lay
aside fonds for fntnre use. are bore \ (To rd ed
an opportunity of depositing their means
where tboy will rapidly accumulaie, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdraws Iwnen
needed. :_' _Ang lg
New Books! New Books'! New Books!!!
THE DOMESTIC LIFE OF THOS. JEF?
FERSON. By his.grand-daughter, Sarah
N. Randolph. $2.50.
Reminiscences of Fifty Years. Ry Mark
.*At Ladt." A Christmas in tho WeBt In?
dies. By Charles Kingsley, with many illus?
. VLight ?and Electricity." By J. Tyndall.
The Coming Race; or, i'he New Utopia.
* Six Boys. A Mother's Rtory. By tho Amo
rioan Tract Society. $1.25.
The Earthly Para'diBo. A Toem. By Wil?
liam'Morris;- Three volumes, f l 50.
?.ErnoBtiue/' By George Sand. 75u.
Torriblo Temptation. ByOhas. Roado. SOo.
Also,' a large selection of new Novels by the
bc j t authors, just received and for ?ale at pub
lishor's prices, by BRYAN & McOARTRR.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $4 per volume
Memories of Patmos. Bv MacDnff. $2.
Tho Conservative Reform al ion and ita The*
ology. By Rev. OhaTlee P. Krowtb, D. D. 15
Tho Unceos World. Ey P.c7. Br. 8tork. fl;
Her Lord and Master. By Floronco Maryatt
Won, not Wooed. By the author of Bred in
tho Bone, A o 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. By Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Grace Acnilor'a WorkB,
such as Mother's Recompenso, Yx lo of Cedars,
i o., at ll por volume.
The abovo books sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers.
You may ssoure a valuable prize by pur?
chasing a tioket in the Columbia Co-opera?
tive Building Association.
~THE CAUSE AND C?KE OF CON?
SUMPTION.-Tho primary cauBO of Con
eumption ia derangement of the digestive or?
gans. Tina derangement products deficient
nutrition aud assimilation. Dy assimilation
I moaji that procoas by which the nutriment of
tho food ia converted into blood, and thence
into tho solid? of tho body, Persona with
digCBtiou thuw impaired, having the alight
eut pro-disposition to pulmonary diauaso,
or it they take cold, will bo very liable to liavo
Consumption of tho Lungs in Bomo of ita
forma; und I hold that it will bo impossible
to cure any case of Consumption without first
reatoring a good dlgcationand healthy assimi?
lation. Tho very, first thing to bo dono is to
oloanBO tho stomach and bowels from all dis?
eased 'mucus and slime, which is clogging
theae organs ao that thoy cannot perform
thoir functions, and then rouse up and restore
tho liver to a hoahhy action. J'or this pur
poao ibo surest and beat remedy is Sehcmk's
Mandrake Pilla. These Pill? clean tho sto?
mach add bowels of all tho dead and morbid
slime thai ia causing disease and deca\ in tho
whole system. '1 hey will clear out tho liver
of all disoascd hilo that has accumulated
I ibero, and ronan it up to a new and healthy
action, by whiuh natural und healthy bile is
Tho stomach, bowels and liver aro thus
cleansed by tho uso of Schcnck's Mandrake
Pills; but there remains in tho stomach an
ox-caa of acid, the organ is torpid and the
apetito poor. In tho bowels thu lacteal*, aro
weak, and requiring ein ngtk and support. It
iain a condition like this that Scbenck-a Sea?
weed Tonic proves to bo tho most valuable
remedy over discovered, lt is alkaline, and
its uao will neutralize all excess of acid, mak?
ing the stomach awvot and fresh; it will give
permanent tono to this important organ, and
creato a good, hearty appetite, and prepare
tho syalem for tho first process of a good di?
gestion, and ultimately niako Rood, healthy,
living blood. Alter thia preparatory treat?
ment, what romains to cure moat caaca of
Consumption ia the free and persevering use
ot Kckenck'a Pul moni c Syrup. The Pul mon ic
Syrup nourishes tho ayatem, purifies the blood
and is readily absorbed into tho circulation,
and thence distributed to tho diseased lunga.
There it ripens all morbid malters, whether
lu tho form of abscesses or tubcrolea, and
then assists Nature to expel all the diseased
matter, in tho form of ireo expectoration,
when once it ripens. Jt is then, by tho great
healing and purifying properties of Sebent:ti's
Pulmonic Syrup, that all ulcorB and cavities
aro healed up sound, and my patient is cured.
Tho essential thing to bo dono in euiing
Coiisnmption ia to get up a good appetite and
a good digestion, so that tho body' will grow
in ilesh aud get atrong. If a pei eon has dis?
eased lunga-a cavity or abscess there-tho
cavity cannot heal, the matter cannot ripen,
BO long as tho system io below par. What is
nocessary to cure is a new order of things-a
good appetite, a good nutrition, tho body to
grow iu flesh and Ret lat: then Nature fa
helped, thu cavit tes will heal, tho matter will
ripen and be thrown off in largo quantities,
and tho person regain health and Btrength.
Thia ia tho true and only plan to euro Con?
sumption, and if a person, is very bad, if the
lungs aro not entirely destroyed, or even if
ono lung ia e ntirely gone, if there is-enough
vitality left in tbo other to heal np, there is
1 have Been many person* cured with only
one aound lung, live and enjoy life to a good
old age. Thia is what Scbenck'a Medicines
will do toenre Consumption. Thoy will clean
OUt tho stomach, sweeten and strengthen it,
got up a good digestion, and give nature tho
assistance abe needs tn clear the ayatem of all
tho disease that is lu the lungs, whatever the
form may bo. ?
-It ia important that while using Schcnck's
Medicines, care should be exercised not to
take cold; keep in-tloora in cold and damp
weather; avoid night air, and take out-door
exercise only in a genial and warm nun-shine.
I wUh it distinctly understood that when 1
recommend a patient to be careful in regard
to taking cold, whilenaing my medicines, I do
ao l'or a sp?cial reason. A man who has hut
partially recovered from the effects ol a bad
cold ia far more liable to a relapse tbau one
who has been entirely cured; and it ia precise?
ly tho same in regard to Consumption. So
long aa the lunga aro not perfectly healed,
just au bmg is there imminent danger of a full
return of the disease. Hence it is that I ao
strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to au atmosphere
that IA not genial and pleasant. Continued
Consumptives' lunga are a mass of sores,
which the least chango of atmosphere will in?
flamo. The grand sccrot of my success with
my medicines consista In my ability to subdue
inflammation instead of provoking it, as many
ot the faculty tlo. An inflamed lung cannot,
with safety to the patient, be exposed to the
biting blasts of winter or thechilling winda of
spring or autumn. It should bo carefully
shielded from all irritating influences. Tho
utmost caution should bo observed in thin
particular, as without it a cure, muter almost
any circumstances, is au im possibility.
Tba person ahould bo kept on a wholesome
and nutritious diet, and ali themodiciues con?
tinued until tho body baa rostered to it the
natural quantity of 'flesh und strength.
I was myself cured hy thia treatment of the
worst kind of Consumption, and have lived to
get fat and hearty these many j ears, with ono
lung mostly gone. 1 have cured thousands
Btuce, and very many have been eui ed by tltia
trent meut whom 1 have never seen.
About thu 1st of October I expict to lako
possession of my new building, at the North?
east corner of Sixth and Arch streets, where
I shall be pleased to givo advico to all who
may require it.
Full directions accompany all ?hy remedies,
so that a person in any part of tho world cnn
I be readily cured hy a strict observance of the
same; J. FI. SCHENCK, M. D., Philadelphia.
For Bale hy druggists and dealers every?
where. JOHN P. HENEY, 8 College Placo,
Now York, whnlosalo agent. Nov lil ty
ON MAIIHIAOE. Essay H for young men on
great social evils and abuses, which inter?
fere with marriage and min the happiness of
thousands; with sure means of relief for tho
erring and unfortunate, diseased and debili?
tated. Sent in anal? d letter envelopes, free of
obarge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIAHON,
No. 2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
I'KCIAL ATTENTION given to thoOol
leotion of Commercial Paper, Interest
od Statu and Railroad Ronds and Stocka, and
Conversion of State Socurit ins. hy
Nov 23 Gmo P G A M DRILL. Broker.
COUNTY CLAIMS AND .Il ll Y 'J KUTI.
PICATE? bought bv
Feh 5_P. G?MBRIT.L. Broker.
You may aeonre a valuable prize by pur?
chasing a ticket in the Columbia Co-opera?
tive Building Association.
AN UN i'll OT CT ic D SYSTEM.-Do not
fancy bcoauBo yon feel strong that you aro im?
pregnable to sickness. Whole neighborhoods
aro frequontlj prostrated at this .season by
malarious /overs. Vigorous muscles and
strong sinews, broad shoulders and sound
lungs, aro no defenoo against tho mophitio
vapors of autumn. Frames which havo with?
stood tho summer heat may succumb now.
Many an athlotio mau, whose family depends
Tor its support on his industry, now lies pros?
trate, weak und helpless as a babo, under tho
periodical assaults of chillB and fevers, or
bilious remittent fover. Thia could not bo if
all wore Misc enough to pr?vido against euch
a contingency, bv toning and fortifying tho
avBtem with HOS TETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TE HS. This approved vegetable tonio is ab
solut c'y harmless, BO that it ia sheer folly not
to tako it as a safeguard at a season when dis?
eases of tho liver, tho stomach, tho bowels,
and indeed all tho visceral organs aro gene?
rally prevalent. To keep tho system in order
and insure health, or to put it in order when
thia precaution bas been neglected, ?B tho duty
of every human being who values life. For
both thcBO purposes HostetI er's Bitters ia de?
signs, lcd, and it answers both. Tetty local
dealers aro endeavor ing, in many parts of the
country, to substitute pro, nrationa made of
impuro and dangerous materials in ita stead.
Give them a wide berth. '1 hey aro propaied
by unsluliul experimenters, who want to tnrn
a peuuv at the expense of thu public health.
1 >vui-^,^v IN view of tho influx of vi
iS?i^d?iifeL fcl'lorh to Columbio, occasioned
pt**'AJwtA?L uv tlie PrtjVHlenco ol the yob
^jgejBCgggjgr |()W fever in Charleston, thc
proprietor ol HOSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to re-open bia establishment for tho accom?
modation of tho public at once, and therefore
withdraws tho proposals he has heretofore
made for its sale or lenee.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted.
BB a first chiss house of entertainment, and'
special provision will bo made for the comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will bo found at
every arriving train. W. E. BOSE.
Old Virginia Hams.
tjfiflSk 1 OOO Iba. Virginia (country-cured)
TjfcSli JAMS, for sale by
@aBEl9 Sept G_EDWARD HOPE.
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT*
For Slgltt ls Frieden!
Hut (he Diamond Spectacles tcill l'resen? lt.
IV von value vonr eyesight uso these PEU
PK CT i.KrssKs. Oronud from minute
crystal pebbles, melted together, and elerive
their name "Diamond" on account of their
burliness and brilliancy. They will last mauv
years without change, and are warranted su?
perior Jo all otherB, manufactured by
J. E. SPENCER & CO., N. Y.
- CAUTION.-None genuine unless atamped
with our trade mark. WM. GLAZE, Jowolcr
and Optician, is sole agent for Colombia, S.
0 , from whom they can ouly bo obtained.
No peddlers omploved. _ Jolv 20 l|ilv
ESSto, HAYE JUST RECEIVED ^?
H^H tho larKist and choicest stock Trtl
Jpaalf of RE&DY-MADE CLOTH- tf'?
^????feKlNO, HATS and FURNISH--U?
^^.ING GO 'DS, that they have ever
(?tiered to tho public, and embracing eveiy
Biz? made. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore dime, we will bo en?
abled to sell ata SMALLER PROFIT than
wo have heretofore done.
Our French styles of
CASSIMERE3 AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowledged by all to be thc choicest
selection of Goods ever sein in this market.
Our style of GE I TING UP GARMENTS will
bo superior lo anything wo havo heretofore
Our stock of SHIRTS. SCARFS nod UN?
DERWEAR need but lo be seen to be appre?
HATS-we have all the lattst styles.
IV o aro still making lo order those perfect
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
CV Country merchants supplied as cheap
na any bunao South ot New Yoi k. fc? pt 10
New Shore Mackerel.
KITS, half and whole barreh, for sale low.
by K. HOPF,.
II. & W. C. SWAFF1EL0
pi UNPOWDER. Hveon.Oolong and English
VX Breakfast TEAS. Tho choicest importe*!
for Haje low. _ E. HOi'F.._'
American Club Fish.
fcf@i?$& A DELICIOUS rollah; better
and much cheaper than Sardines. For sale
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE. JV. 0.
tJOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Flour,
O Bacon, Lard, &o., and Family Groceries
generally. Orders tilled carefully apd prompt?
ly _Feb 7lyr
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
F.CAUSE it gives strength ?nd improves
their health. March ll
Tho only Uno Playing Cards at POLLOCK S
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SOUTOEKN Sn
ouiuTiEBiN OnAniiESTON. S. C-Oorreoted,
September 26, 1871, by
Bunker and Brokor, No. 25 Broad street.
Names of Secar Utes. Hale In. Of'd A sked.
STATE S KC UH IT I IC 3.
North Carolina, old_ 6 _ 42
N. Carolina, new. G .... 24
South Carolina, old.... 6 72
S. Carolina, now. C .... 5G
S. C. reg'd stock, ox in. G .... 70
Georgia, new, (gold)... 7 - 98
Georgia, new. 7 .... 92
Georgia. 6 - 85
TennoBBOo, old. G .... 72
Tennessee, uow. G - 72
Alubumu. 8 .... 100
Alabama.'. 5 .... 68
Atlanta, Ga., bonds_ 8 _ 85"
Atlanta, Ga., bouda_ 7 .... 75
Angustn, Ga., bonds... 7 81
CbarlcBton Btock. G - 55
Chnrl'u Fire Loan b'ds 7 .... 71
Columbia, S. C., bonds 0 - 65
CoiumbuR, Go., bonds. 7 - 75
Macon, Ga., bonds_ 7 .... 75
Mobile, Ala. 8 _ 80
Mobile, Ala. 5 _ 58
Montgomery, Ala. 8 .... 82
Memphis, Teni).'I b'nds
old... 6 .... GO
" new.. G _ 59
" endorsed 0-63
Nashville, Te-uu. G .... 62
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 87
Wilmington, N. 0. 8 .... 76
.Wilmington, N. C..:.. 6 .... 72>?
KAI I.K( ) A D HONDS.
Atlantic aud Gulf. 7 _ 80
B. R. Rv, 1st mortgage 7 _ 52
Central Georgm.7 06 100
Charleston and Savan.. G .... C5
Charlotte, Coi. & Aug.. 7 .... 82
Cherawand Darlington 8 .... 92
Cboruw&Dur.,2dmort 7 _ 72
Chesnp'ke & Ohio, gold G _ 93
East Tenuessce, Virgi?
nia, endowed. 6 .... 68
East Tennessee and
Georgia, endorsed.. 6 .... 65
Georgia Railroad. 7 _ 100
Green. & Col.. 1st mor. 7 _ 95
Green. Sc G., State guar 7 .... 50
Green. & Col., 2d mort 7 _ 40
Lanrcns. 7 .... GO
Macou and Augusta,
lat mortgngo. 7 .... 85
Muoon and Augusta,
(1st mort.,) guar. by
Georgia Railroad. .. 7 _ 92
Macon aud Brunswick,
guaranteed by State
of Georgia. 7 .... 7.5
Memphis & Charleston. 7 85
Mississippi Ceutral, lbt
I mortgngo. 7 .... 86
Mississippi Central, 2d
mortgage. 7 .... 76
I Mississippi & Tennes?
see, 1st mortgage... 8 .... 85
Mississippi Sc Tennes?
see, cousoliduted... . 8 .... 72 '
Mobilo and Girard, 1st
mort gu ge. 8 .... 94
Mobile Sc Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8 .... 95
Montgomery and West
Point, 1st mortgage. 8 85 .. j
MuKi!ogon: On. 7 _ 93
Nnnhvillu and Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... 6 .... 72
North-Eastem 1st mort. 8 .... 91
North-Eusleru, 2d mort. 8 _ 83
PenMicolu Sc Georgia,
lHt mortgngo. 7 .... GO
Suv. Sc dmr., 1st mort. 7 .... 76
Suv. A: Char., Stain gua 7 .... 68
Sav. it dmr., 2d nu ?rt. 8 _ 75
South Carla, 1st mort. 7 _ 87
South Carolina. 7 _ 72
South Carolina. 6 ._ 65
Spnrtanburgand Uniou 7 .... 55
West? rt i A labu mn, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 .... 03
IIAIMI?AU STOCKS, far.
Atlantic and Gulf. 1U0 _ 26
Augusta & Savannah. 86
Ceutrul Georgia. 100 _ 117
Charlotte, Col. A-Aug.. 100 _ ?15
Georgia. 100 _100
Green, and Col. lt. ll.. 20 _ 2
Macou and Augusta... 100 .... 40
Macon und Western... 100 _110
Memphis A' Charleston. 25 8
North-tmstern. GO _ 10
Bu van tuih & Charleston 100 .... 20
S. C. li. H. shares. 100 _ 34
S. C. R. ll. Sc Wk shares 125 _ 34
Sout-westeru Georgia.. 100 .... 93,1.
Benji's N'l B'k Chnrl'u.
capital $750,000. 100 _104
1st Nut'l Bank Cltnrl'n
capital 8500,1)00.100 -123
S. C. Boan & Trust Co. 100 _100
Caro. Nat. Bank.Col'a,
capital $20.1,000. 100 100 ...
Central National Bank,
Col'a, c.ip'l 8100,000 100 100 ...
Nntion'l B'k of Chester,
capital 850.000. 105
Nut'! B'k nf Newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spurtauburg,
S. C. Bank Sc Trust Co.
capital 8200,000. 100 - 100
Bunk of Charleston_100 - 21
TJuiou Bank S. C. 50 .... 50
People's Bank So. Ca. 4
Plau. & Me. Bank S.O. 25 - 25
Bank of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 .
Charleston Gus Go_ 25 _ 20
Oharl'n City R.R. stock CO _ 55
GranitevilloMan.Co... 100 .... 110
G. & C. R. cert, iudob. 54
N. E. R. R., cort, indebt. G5
Mt. Pleasant aud Sulli?
van's Island Ferry Co. 100 .... par
Virginia State Coupon? ._ 40 ..
Tennessee *' *' .... GO ..
City MurfrceKboro " .... 80
I Citjf of Nashville coup's .... 85
! City Charleston car. in. par
City of Memphi? coup. 75
N. E. R. R. pref, stock_ 40
S. &U. R. past due coup. 55
S. & C. R. past duo coup. 50
New York sight. \? off par
Silver. 104 ....
S. C. BANK BILLS.
*Bnnk of Charleston.
Bunk of Camden. 20 ....
Bauk Georgetown. 1 ....
BaukofS. 0. 5 ....
Bauk of Chester. 18 ....
Bank of Hamburg. 18 ....
Bank of Newberry. 15 ....
Bank of tho State of
S. C., prior to "GI. 28
'? issue 'GI and 'G2_ 28 _
*P1.?Mee. Bunk Char'u.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
*S.W.R. R. Bank, new.
Stato Bank, Charleston_ 4 ....
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. .... 2 _
ExchnngoBank,Colum_ G ....
Com'l Bank, of Colum_ 8 ....
Merch. Bank of Cheraw .... 5 ....
Planter's Bauk Fairiield_ 3 _
S. C. bills receivable. 95 ....
Charleston chango bills. 95 ...',
jTJ?y* Bills marked thus (*) are being
redeemed at the counter of above ofiice.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Charleston3 S. C,
Aiurnst '?I _ 4mo
DR. S F. F AN T'S
IS composed of the best Anti-po
;rit)(lio Tonics known to the medical
profession. Tho addition of certain
ingr?dients has completely dis?
guised the tasto of tho Tonic prin?
ciple as to render it palatable, even
to tho most fastidious).
It augments tho energy cf the vital func?
tions, exerting a powerful influence over the.
digestive, ascimulative, banguinilerous and
It proves salutary in the debility conse?
quent upon all malarious diseases, violent
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of the
constitution ol both sexes, in nervous vertigo,
head-ache, tic-dolortux, and many local
pains, dependent on delicient energy in tho
nervous system, lt also possessen laxative
and alterative properties, and will ri move all
biliousness from the stomach, increado the
appetite, and invigorate the whole avateni.
Prepared only by S. P. FANT,
Newberry, S. C.
For sale at W. O. FISHER'S
New Frug Store,
Opposite Columbia Hotel,
August fl limo Columbia. K. C.
M. H. BERRY'S f
?Vain Sireit, near ?'lain.
NOW on hand and daily re
r..i iving from the m s nu fac?
tor i e,- of New York, boston,
Cincinnati uud louisville, thc
B largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evci kept in thia market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 20? Rodeleads of different
patterns, in Wainui and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chaira.
All kinda of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
?.hortest notice and in the best manner.
Ti-rniB CHHII BIM! Gond? cheap._Oct 30
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in genera) that I have
mat received an entire new
ii.tock of Double and Single Dar
rul OUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Ponchea,
Pistol-Hells, Caps, Ruck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for ali kinda of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done ut short notice.
Oct 8 P. Wi KU AFT. Main street.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re
J moved their Stables to tho new
y/3fjh--i. building, immediately South of
?li ^fcyVlantiey's Hall, and, willi anew
vf^Z? Ystoek of CARRIAGES. RUG
i ll M tn?, lino HORSES, aro prepared lo an?
swer all calls that may bo mado upon them.
Horses bought and ?old on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, aro invited to
give us a call, l iberal advances made on
?.tock loft f?,r salo. ROYCE & CO.
W. ll. Roy CK.
C. H. PKTTINOII.L._?an??_
Who'll Have It?
CHILLS AND FEVER. _
CHILLS AND FEVER.
POSITIVELY HE CURED
HEIXITSII'S CHILL CURE.
?S- Tit Y A BOTTLE '(Cft
EO CURE! EO RAY!
Why Bland to doubt,
When trving will find it out
For sale only by E. H. HEINITSH,
Septic i Proprietor and Drnggiet.
AFEW reasons why they should have the
preference over nil ot lier*:
1. Wheeler A- WdmiiV Scwinc Machino ie
much himmler than mij ol the others; rc?
quiring Ici.a than hull thc amount of ma?
2. Aa tho rt'Miilt nf thi* *. f nii ll i ci i y i tbi'Hma
ohine ia much loca litthh than the ot hera to
get out of repair.
'3. Another result ol this limplicity ia
4. Another re*ult ia lvts fr let lol', and, con?
sequently, greater ease and raj idity of mo?
tion, with lesa noise.
5. And greateat of all, ?hat. it secs no Sbul
tlo, and makes thc lock stitch.
. It ia tho cheapest to buy the best. Buy the
machino that baa justly", fullly and honora-*
bly- won a reputation* and "independence
againat a strong and bitter competition. For
moro than twenty years has thc Wheeler &,
Wilaon not only atood ti rat and foremost, but
now stands tho uniivalled Sewing Machine ol
tho enlightened civilized world. Buy tho ma?
chino that baa been thoa teated and proved,
and then yon aro sure to get tho beet. For
ealo on tho easieat possible terms. Pales
room Main street, second door below TnaiKix
oflico, Columbia,8. C.
J. S. runSLEY, Agent
A. Wnrrn, General .Southern Agent.
Juno 21 (Imo
Thc Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA.
z.s'i Hundreds of Thonsands
"1*9 M Bear testimony to their wonderful^ ??*
"|J2 Curativo Effect?. C.? 0
fe J a WHAT ARE THEY? 113
^gI THEY ABE NOT A VILE !
MaAo of Poor Rum. Whiskey, Proof Spir?
its, and Refuse Liquors, uoetortjd.Bpieed,
and sweetened topleoHollio tuite, cu'lcd ..Tonics*
" Appetizers," " Restorers," ito., that lea 1 th?
tippler on todruakeunei?a and rein, but aro a tr ut
Medicine, matte irorn tlio Nativo ItnoU and
Kerba of California, free from all Alcoholic
Stimulants. They are t ho GRE AT BLOOD
PURIFIER and LIFE GIVING- PRIN?
CIPLE, a perfect Renovator and Invignratox
ot the Syatein, carry in (j ott all poisonous matter,
and restoring the Mond to n healthy condition.
No person can tak? them) Bitter?, eccordtnvj ta
directions, and remain long unwell.
.ft IOU will bc given for un incurable c.t?e, pro.
vUling tbs bones uro not destrojod by IUIOCRU
poisons or other moar??, nnd tt.o vital or-ju
w.eUcd beyond tho point of repair.
Por Inflammatory and Chronic lehon
tnatiem, and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indi?
go ition. Bdious, Remittent, and Inter?
mittent Pavers, Diseases of the Blood.
Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder, thou Bit
tors hara been moat aiicctv8[ul. Buch Dis?
eases aro caused by Vitiated Blood, which
in Rvnniilly produced by derangement of Ula
Digestive Organs. . .....
Tuey invigorate tho stomach, ana etimnlata
tho torpid liver and bowels, which render them
of unerjualled clflrjicy in clounstnx tho btoo I Of
oh impurities, and imparting naur Hf J and vigor
to the wholo eyatcm.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, neadnche,
fain in tho Shonldcra, Coughs, Tightness of Ute
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Bud Taste ia .
thu Mouth, iii.lions AttuckK, Palpitation of Ute
Heart, Copious Discharges of Urina, Puia In
tho regions of tho Kidneys, nnd a hundred other
piiriful symptoms which aro flu offsprings of
Dvapepila, aro cured hy thcao Hitters.
'Cleaasa th? Vitiated IUooi whenevor you And
ita impurities bursting through ?10 akin ju Pim?
ple?. ErupUona, or Bores; clfansa it when lt ia
iou), and yourfeelinfXJ will toll you when. Keep
tho blood puro nod tho health ot' tho system will
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, lnrklng'ln
th? ayatem of ?0 many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed and removed.
For full directions, read carefully the circwlar
around each bottle, printed in four language*
Kwdiah, German, French, and Spanish.
J. WALKER! 33 A. 34 Commerce Street, N. X.
Proprietor. R. n. MCDONALD & CO., .
Dnifndats ond General Atrenta.
San Franelvo, Californio, and 32 and 54 Conv
rne'd) Street, N. Y. _
SOLD HY ALL DRUGGISTS AND
D2?||t1Uy GEIGER A MtjOREG?lt. Af/ts.
! I.MI?A1. NATIONAL ?At\K
OF COL VM ttl A. S. C.
Present Capital, $150,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000.
John B l'aimer, rreshh nt.
A O. BrciiiziT, Cushier.
C. N. G. Butt, Asaiarsiit Cn-hii-i.
in li KOT?'it s
J. Eli tirtufg. John B. J'ulUier F. W. MCMM
tor, lt. It. Semi, of lt. I>. t-i im A hon; G. W.
Dearden; ofCopeland & Hear den; H.T.. Brvan,
of Brvan A MeCn-ter; W. C. Swaflltld, of B.
S? W. O Swaffield.
F. tV. Mt Master, Solicitor.
riAH ls hank is now open lor the transact on
J. of a ueneral hanking business.
CEUTIFIOATES OF DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at tt e rate of seven (7)
per cent per annum, in kind, will be issued.
Deposite from County Offlcirs ? specially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Eiecutots, Professional Men. and tubers.
Particular attention given to accounts of
City and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness mon, and the usual accommodations ex?
Eotes. Dills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, und money loaned'
Stocks. Hands, (Jold, Saner boug?it and sold.
Mutilated Ctfreney purchased at & email
Sight Dr af ls draxen direct on all tho promi?
nent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, noland, Den?
mark and the Orient, tetters of Credit leaned,
] ay aide in any of the above places
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
Hinted States bought and sold.
Banking House opposite Columbia Roted,
Open from 9 to 3._Feb 28 ly
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Whv? They know it ia unadulterated.
OLD BANK BILLS and MUTILATES
cc ii UK sic* bought and Bold by
Nov 23 Orno D. GAM ult ILL. Broker.