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AN ACT TO ALTER AND AMEND AN
ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO LEND
TIHE NAME AND CREDIT OF THE
STATE TO TtIr GREENVILLE AND
COLIIIA RAILRoA) COMPANY,
IN' THE RE-ADJUST1ENT OF THEIR
1. Be x enadced by the Senate
nnd House of Representatives.
now met and sitting in General
Assembly, and by the authority
of the same, That an Act entitled
"An Act to lend the name and
credit of the State to the Green
ville and Columbia Railroad Com
pany, in the re-adjustment of their
debt," ratified on the twenty
eighth day-of January, A. D., one
thousand eight hundred and sixty
one, be, and the same is hereby
altered, amended and extended as
follows: That to meet the objec
ti. that the bonds which have
been heretofore issued and endor
sed under the authority of the
said Act, bear date after the com
mencement of the late war, aad
ae entitkd tConfeder1,te States
of America," the said Company is
hereby authorized and empowered
to issue new bonds, to be substitu
ted for those already issued and
vndorsed, to the amount of seven
hundred thousand dollars ; and it
shall be the duty of the Comptrol
ler General, from time to time, as
the bonds heretofore issued and
entitled as aforesaid, shall be de
livered to himforexchange, eithier
by the Company, or by the hold
ers thereof, to endorse the guar
anty of the States upon new
bonds, upon the same terms and
conditions in every respect, as is
authorized by the said Act ; aid
to exchange the new bonds thus
endorsed for those heretofore is
sued, until the whole, if required,
shall have been substituted by a
II. That the bonds thus deliv
ered to, and received in exchange,
by the Comptroller-General, shall
be by him deposited in the State
Treasury, and all bonds hereto
fore taken up by the said compa
ny according to the provisions of
the said Act, shall be deposited
'with the Treasurer, instead of with
the President of the Bank of the
State, as is therein directed ; and
whenever evidence shaill be fur
nished the Comptroller General,
that the said company has taka.
up and deposited with the Treasu
rer two hundred thousand dollars
of the bonds, secured by mortgage,
in addition to those heretofore de
posited with the President of the
Bank of the State, he shall en
dorse the bonds of the company
to the amount of two hundred
thousand. dollars more, which will
complete the endorsement of nine
hundred thousand dollars, as pro
vided by the said Act.
III. That for the purpose of
payinig the interest, past due, and
to fall due prior to the first of Jan
uary, one thousand eight hund(1red
and sixty-eight, upon the satid niinc
hundred thousand dollars of mort
gage and guaranteed bonds of the
company, it shall be the duty of'
the Comptroller General, as soon
after the ratification! of this Act
as the direction of the said comp~a
nyv may desire it. to endorse the
guaranty of thle St at upo eer'
tilientes of indebtness to be issued
by~ the said company. and used in
paying the interTest onl their mort
gage and guaranteed debt, to the
amount of onle hlundred tllousand
(dollars, thereby pledging thle faith
andl funds of t he St ate, for tlhe pay
mnent of the principal of the said
certificates of inUdebtedness and the
interest to accrue thereon, which
certificates shall be payable at
such pla:ce as the direction of the
said( company may order, and shall
bear interest at a rato not exceed
in g seven per cent. per annum,
payable semi-annually, and shall
not have more than twenty years
to run, with a condition .that the
said company shall have the right
to redeem said certificates at any
time after the first day of Janua
ry, A. D., one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy. And whenever
the said company shall furnish ev
idence to the Comptroller Gene
ral, by the deposit of the coupons
with the Treasu?'er, or otherwise,
that one hundred thousand dol
lars of the interest due upjon1 its
mortgage and guaranteed bonus
has been paid, he shall endorse the
further amount of one hundred
thousand dollars of certificates of
indebtednes; nd nn like evi
ainount of one hundred and fifty
thousand dollars of certificates of
indebtedness, which will complete
the guaranty by the State of
twelve hundred andfifty thousand
dollars. on account ofthe mortgage
and guaranteed bonds of the said
company, with the interest that
has and will accrue thereon up to
the first of January, one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
IV. That in order to enable the
said company to adjust their bond
debt of six hiuldred thousand dol
lars, with the interest past due
and which will accrue thereon up
to the first day of January, A. D.,
one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-eight, to seu,tre the payment
of which no mortgage or other li
en has heretofore been created,
the Comptroller Gencr,J is hereby
authorized and directed to endorse
the guaranty of the State upon
oth er bonds and certificates of in
debtodness to the said company to
the amount of two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, thereby
pledging the faith and funds of
the State for the paymen:t of the
principal of said bonds and certifi
cates of indebtedness, and the in
terest to accrue thereon, which
bonds and certificates shall be pay
able at such placea the direction
of said company shall order, and
shall bear interest at a rate not ex
cee?ing seven per cent. per annum.
payable semi-annual!y, and shall
not have more than twenty years
to run, with a conclition that the
said company shall have , he
right to redeem said certificates
at any time after the first day of
Ja ry A. D., one thousand
eight hundred and seventy : Pro
vidcd, that the last mentioned
bonds and certificates of indebted
ness, endorsed as aforesaid, shall
not be used for any other purpose
than for taking up the bonds of
the company, which have been
heretofore issued, without the so
curity of a morgage or other lien:
And Provided further, T hat the
bonds so taken up shall not be es
timated at a higher value than
the one-third of the amount of
principal and interest due thereon
at the time such substitution ,is
V. That for the purpose of ef
feeting the substitution. of bonds
provided for in the prccding
section, said company shall pre
pare the bonds and certificates of
indebted ness, and deposit themn
with the Comptroller General;
and it shall be the duty of the
Comptroller General, as the bond
holders shall present their bonds
to be substituted, to estimate the'
amount due thereon, and thereup
on to endorse andl deliver to such
bondholder the new bonds or cer
tificates of indebtedness for tde
amount dlue saidl bondholder, esti
mating the old bonds as hereinbe
fore required, at not exceeding
one-third of their par value.
VL. That the statutory inort
gage, contained in the secondl sec
tion of the Act of which this Act
is amlend(atory. shall constitute a
hien On) all the ~ppety, franchises
and estate of said company, to se
eur1e the pUayment1 of p)rincipal andl
interest of the entire debt of fif
teen hundred thousand dollars
thus gunaranteeod in the adjust ment
of the original mortgage and guar
anteed debt of said comipany,an
also the debt of six hundired thou
sand dolhtrs andl interest thereon.
which is not secured by mortgage.
VIL. That all Aets, and parts
of Acts inconsistent with this Act
be, and the same are hereby re
Approved Decembr 20~ 186G.
DR C. F. PANKNIN,
Charleston, S. G.
Decernber ;5 1lyr
GROVESTEEN & Co.9
PIAN FDIRTE MANUFA CTURERS,
These PIANOS received the Highest Award
of Merit, at the World's Fair. over the best ma
kers from Lor.don, Paris, Germany. the cities of
ew York Piladelphi, Baltimor~ and Boston ;
R. & W. C. Swaftield,
Columbia, S. C.
A full assortment of Fall &
Winter Clothing, for Men
adl(l Boys, at very low prices.
(,'. lotlih'/u mad". to Order ais
OMal on short notthc.
November 7 3mo.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in Elnglish and American
HARD WA RE
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stoees,
Bolting Cloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tnners' Tools,
JIou.Sekeeping and F"urnishiMng
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
(;un,..I' i.,tois. Shot iitS.
Po?r'Ier Fla'."!;, Pirrier/. Shot, &
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, 5, 0.
November 7 Gm.
C, F. JACKSON,
Mai Street, Columbia, S. C.
(Next door to Messrs. J. & T. R. Agnew,)
Has constantly on hand a full and well
selected stock of
StapleC and? Fancy DR YT GOODS,
AT GRREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
and persons visiting the Gity wdll find it to
their advantnge to give him a call.
CALICOES, from 121c. to 25ets.
Alpacas and Poplins, from 30c. to 75.
Ladies Kid Gloves, $1.00.
Breakfast Shawls, from $2.50 to $8.00.
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.00
Ilocp Skirts, from 81.00) to $4.00.
Myg stock is too raried to give a
li.st in detail, but simply present the
(lborC asU aspe'CUitel..
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. 7, Gmno.
1000 BUS. WHITE CORN,
500 " Mixed Corn,
10 Hlhds prime Bacon Sides &Should'rs
10 Bags Rangoon Rice,
50 Barrels Super. Extra Flours,
50 Sa&ks Salt (Liverpool,)
50 Bales Eastern h ay, (Prime,)
To barter for Cotton or Cash,
Grain of all descriptions constamtly on
hand. Orders promptly filled.
BR~OWNE & SCIIIRMER,
Main Street, Yolger's Ne w Store.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 1 1866.
Mlain-st., Columbia, S. C.,
(Next to Fisher and Lc'wr;ince,)
(Ca llS the attention of the
Trade and the Ladies Yisiting Golumbia, to
exainell her superb stock before purchasing
Ladies Curls and Hair in all shapes.
3ov 7~ umo.
1856] Established [1856
S'herman ized, February, 17, 1865
opposito J. C. Dial's Hardware Store,
Blank Books manufactured in the best and
:nost substantial manner.
Ha ingpubased Superior Ruling and Pag
ing Machin'es, Clerks orcCourts, Sheriffa, Ordi
naries, and other)Public OfEcers can have their
Blank Books, and all other work executed in
any style and pattern they may desire, and in
the shortest possible time. A large stock of
Blank Book and other Paper et the best quality
always on hand. MUSic, Periodicals, Law
Books, and all other works bound to suit cuis
Graeser & McJunkin,
Commission & Foi-warding
Grvais Stroet, Columbia, S. C.
WXOU- J respectfully inform their friends
and the public generally that they will
attend personally to all business intrusted
to them. They will BUY GOTTON ON
ORDER OR SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTS OF TIHE COUNTRY, on as favor
able terms as any house in the city. They
are also prepared to STORE or FORWARD
Cotton, to be .sold either in Charleston,
New York, or Liverpool.
Bnfa:.milar. with all nane.ss..y dails
Philadelphia University of
Medicine and Surgery.
Chartered by the Legislature, Feb. 26, 1853.
Amendments to Charter, Feb. 15 1850, and
March 15, 1S65.
Two full sessions of Lectures each year,
commencing the first of October, and con,
tinuing until April. The Dissecting Rooms
are open, and private lectures and quizzes
continue dnring the entire year. The first
session continues until Christmas, or for
three months, and the second until the first
of April. or three months; the two constitut,
ing one full course of lectures. Examination
of candidates for giaduation will occur at the
end of each session.
REQUISITES FOR GRADUATION.-The re"
quisites for graduation are three sessions of
lectures, and three years study; or four ses
sions, including two years spent at the
THE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE TAUGHT.
The University is a liberil medical school, in
which all branches of medicine and. surgery
are taught, including the preparatory studies,
without regard to any sectarian views.
Hence, while they deprecate the exclusive
ness of Allopathy,l1oueopathy. Eclecticism,
Hydropathy, etc., they believe that all prin,
cipi^s of cure and therapeutical agents should
be tauight in all well-regulated medical
schooh, and that every intelligent, honest,
and thorongh practitioner is entitled to all
the cor.r ;sies and privileges of the profes
sion, without regard to his peculiar notions
Fus.-The fees for a labranches,including
all the tickets, matriculation, and dissection,
are $60 a.session, or $120 per year. Those
who purchase tickets only have to matricu
late once, which makes the second session
$55, including demonstrator's fees, or $115
for a full course. To aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued
Sve hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-courso students, for $75. and. to second
course students and clergymen for $50, each
constituting the holder a life member, with
the perpetual privileges of the lectures, and
all the teachings of the school. The only
additional fees are a yearly dissecting and
n:mtriculating ticket, each of which is $5.
THE ADVANTAGES OF SCHOLARSHIPS.
The student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at any time during the year,
attend as long as lie chooses,and re-enter the
1 Institution as freouently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to
enter the University on scholarships, hence
all private tuition fes are savedl.
Students, by holding scholarships, can
prosecute other business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present
himself at any time, and receive his degree
as soon as qualified
In case a student should hold a scholar
ship and not be able to attend lectures,. it
can be transferred to another, thus prevent,
ing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students
wishing to purchase scholarships for them, a
year or more before their attendance at the
IUniversity, can soecure theta by advancing
one-half the price, and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and
benevolent men can bestow great benefit
upon poor young men, by presenting them
a scholarship, and thus enabling them to
obtain an honorable profession.
THE REGULAR FACULTY.
James McClintock, A.M.. M D., Prof'es
sor of the Principles and Practice of Sur
Wmn. Paine, M.D., Professor of the Prin
ciples and practise of Medicine and Paitho
C. S. Gauntt, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Toxicology.
E. G. Dalton, A.M., M.D., Professor .of
H. J. Doucet, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
A . R. Thomas, M D., Professor of Anatos
my, General, Special, Microscopical, and
Joseph S. Longshore, M D., Professor of
Obsterics, and Diseases of women and Chil,
E. D. Buckman,.M,D., Professor of Mis
PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A. Livezey, A.M., M.D., Professor of
J. S. Longshore, M.D., Professor of Clini
F. A, Von Moschizisker, M. D., Professor
of Diseases of the Eyec and Ear.
R. H. Kline, M D.,. Professor of Malig
L. Oldshue, M.D., Professor of Urine-Pas
I. Lukens, M D., D.D.S., Professor of
C. Murphy, M.D , Professor of Medical
W. M. Cornell, M.D., LL.D., Professor
of IIygiene and P'hysical Culture.
R. B. Weaver, A.M, M.D., Demonstra,
tor of Anatomy.
G. W. Marriott. M D.. A M., D.D.,
Registrar and Sutperintendent.
PA1NE'S I'1.\crIc 01 MEMTCINE.-Tbe
work is now complete. It is a royal octavo
of one th ousan pagesi~, antd contais a full
description of' al diseases, itncluding those
of surgery, and of womien and children, to
gethier with the'ir patthology, history, sym-.
totms, and trea tmet , anitd is elaimtied to be
one of tihe tmost compldete, elaborate, and
extensive works upioni these subjects ever
issued from the Ame:rica'n press. Price, 87;
NEwV Senuoo. B 4:n::s.-Ant octavo, con-'
Itaininig a full d'eript ion of all the concen
trasted and new remtedies used by all schools
of the profession1, au- a complete alphabet
ical mtetria tImec. Pr'ic, 3.>. To those
who ordert bot h b,ooks, Sl 0, postage pre
UNIVERSITY J0rJRNAL 02 HElCINiE
A Sem:i-MIontly lJournial of Mediinfe, Sur
gery, Phyvsiuooy, I ygiene, antd General
Litera t ure, devoted to the P'rofessiont and(
Tile cheapest mledienil pa per in the wotld,
ptblished every Iwo weeks, at the Untiver
sity' Building, Nitnth Street, sotuth of WYal
~Single coieis, . . . . $1 00
Five cop)ies to 'one aiddre", . 4 35
Ten " " " " . . 7 50
Twett " " " " . . 10 00
The getter up of th ecltub shall have one
copy gratis, it is% also the cheapest adver
tising mieditum in the world, as it reaches
Dearly all phyvsicians and druggis ts, besides
having a large poptular circulation. The
price for adivertisinlg is ten cents per line,
seven words making a line. No papers sent
or advertisements insertedl unloss prepaid.
W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
Dec. 19 51 6mo. Philadelphia, Pa.
Salisbury, Bro. & Co.,
Extensive Manufacturers and Importers of
Gold, Plated and Oreide
Solid and( N ickel SilverW Ware,
American, English an;d Swiss watches,
CASED BY OURSELVES,
And every description of
Fancy Goods and Yankee Notions.
Especially adapted and designed for South.
ern and Western Trade.
Circulars and full descriptive Price. Lists
Agents wanted everywhere.. Address
S AT.IBUTTY, ROA. &('O.,
New York Advertisements.
Depots: 37 & 39 ;issau, 54,
56 & 58 Liberty St.,
il'C Yori)k rty.
Of Rosewood Pianos and Mclodeons, Fine
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Silver Ware,
Gold and Silver Watches, and Ele,
gant Jewelry, consisting of Dia,
mond Pins, Diamond Rings,
Gold ' acelets. Coral,
Jet, Lava, and
Sets, Gold Pens, with Gold and Sil
ver Extension Holders, Sleeve
Buttons, Sets of Studs, Vest
and Neck Chains, Plain
and Chased Gold
Chains, &c , &c.
$1,000,000, For One Dollar.
which they need not pay until it is known
what is drawn and its value.
The American Jewelers' Association calls
your attention to the fact of its being the
largest and most popular Jewelry Associa
tion in the United States. The business is
and always has been conducted in the most
candid and honorable manner. Or: tapidly
increasing trade is a sure guarantee of the
appreciation of our patrons for this method
of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods.
The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe,
owing to the late German War and recent
disastrous financial crisis in England, has
caused the failure of a large number of Jew,
elry Houses in London and Paris, obliging
them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice,
in some instances less than one third the
cost of manufacturing. We have lately pur
chased very largely of these Bankrupt Goods,
at such extremely low prices, that we can af
ford to send away Finer Goods, and give bet,
ter chances to draw the most valuable prizes
than any other establishment doing a simi
lar business. Our aim is to please, and we
respectfully solicit your patronage, as we
are confident of giving the utmost satisfac
tion. During the past year we have forward
ed a number of the most valuable prizes to
all parts of the country. Those who patron
ize us will receive the full value of their
money, as no article on our list i- worth less
than One Dollar, retail, and tlre are no
blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend
on having prompt returns, and the articles
irawn will be immediately sent to any ad,
dress by return mail or express.
The following parties have rec:;ntiy drawn
valuable prizes from the American Jewelers'
Association, and have kindly allowed the
use of their namce:
Charles J. Hunter, E-q., Treasury Depart
ment, Washington, D. C.,:',iano.value $300;
Miss Anna G. Yaes, 52 St. Mark's ;Place,
N. Y., Scwing Machine, value $75; lirig.
Gen. L. L. Hanson, U. S. Vols.. Nashville,
TPenn., Silver Teca Set, value $150; Miss Em
ma Hunter, 63 Front St., lHarrisburg, Pa.,
Sewing Machine, value $60; Lieut.-Col.
Walter Ch ittenden, Quartermaster, Louis
ville, Kentucky, Gold Watch, value $150;
Win. St Hlaines, 247 King St., Charleston,
S. C., Silver Watch, value $50; Alexander
Johnson, Esq., Edithr Muskateur Pioneer,
Murkateur, Minn.. Ladies Enameled Watch,
value $150; Samuel Lee, Esq., President Col
orado and Red Bank Mining Company, San
Francisco, Cal., Melodeon, value $200; A aron
S. Long, Esq., Principal Elkhart Collegiate
Institure, Elkhart, N. J., Diamond Pin,
value $200; R. M. Longstreet, Montgomery,
Ala., Music Box, value $75; Rev. Isaac Van
Duzer, Albany N. Y., Gold Lined Dining
Set, value $300; Miss Clara Lucuguer, Day
ton, Ohio, Pianoforte, value $400, and Dia,
mond Pin, value $175
Many names could be placed on the List,
but we p ublish no names without permis,
sionl. 0Our patrons arc desired to send Uni
ted States Currency when it is convenient.
Pariial List of Articles
Sold for OHe Dollar Each,
Without regard to value, and not to be paid
for until you know what you are to receive:
15 Eleg't Rosewood Pianos, from $200 to 450
15 Elet't Melodeons, Rosew'd Cases 175 to 250
50 First Class Sewing Machines 40 to 300
75 Fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100
150 Fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30
50 Music Boxes 25 to 40
150 Revolv-ing Patent Castors, Silver 20 to 40
;5O Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets 20 to 35
400 Sets of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 40
150 Gold Hunt'gCase Watch's, war'td 50 to 150
100 Diam'dRtings,clust'r&singicstone 75ro 20
175 Gold Watches 85 :o 159
300 Ladies' Watches 60 to 100
500 Silver Watches 20 to 75
Diamond Pins, Broaches and Ear Drops,
Ladies' Sets of Gold and Coral, Jet and Gold.
Florentine, Mosaic, Lava> and Cameo; Sets
of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, I'lain and
Chased. Gold Rings. Goel Thimbnles, Lockets,
New style Belt Buckles, Gold Pens and Pen
cils, Fancy Work Boxes, Gold l'ens with
Gold and Silver Extension Holders, and a
large assortment of Fine Silver Ware and
Jewvelry of every description, of the best
make and latest styles.
Mi A (chanec to oibta'i anyU ofthe
(II>oce( arTt cles for OXEV1 D)O LLA Rt.
/>)/ pubrchIt(I.f a .sca~'l enrelopiefo
im Five Scaled Envelopes will be sent for
S1; Eleven for S2- Thirte for $5; Sixty,five
for $10; one Huaied for $15.
Agents Wan2ted~ Everywhere.
Unequaled indneements offered to Ladies
and Gents who will act as such. Our des
scriptive circulars will be sent on applica
Distributions arc :made in the following
mnanner :-:etificates naming each article
and 146 ylue are piaced in sealed envelops,
which are well mixed. 'One of these coivel
ops containing the Certithite or Order for
sompe pricle, will be delivered at our office,
or sent by3 mail to any address, without re
gard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents.
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser
will see what article it.draws-and its value,
and can then send One Dollar, and receive
tile article named, or can cheose any other
article on our list of the same value.
-Purchasers of our Sealed Ernlops may in
this manner, obtain an article worth from
one to five hundred dollars. Long Letters
are unnecessary. Have the kindness to
write plain directions, and in chosing differ
ent articles from those drawn, mention the
* Orders for Sealed Envelops must in
every case be accompanied with the cash,
with the name of the person sending, an.d
Town, County and State plainly written.
Letters should be addressed to the Man
agers, as follows:
SHERMAN, WATSON & Co.,
87 & 39 Nassau-St., NeweYark City.
October -4 3mwO.
J. I:. STENnIoUSE. A LLAN MA~CAULY.
STENHOUSE & MACAULY.
4. ommiussion Merchants,
For the sale of Cotton, Cotton Yarns, Sheet%
ings, Naval Stores, etc., and for the purchase of
66 P~earl Street, Xew York,
Consignments tonus from any point in the South
ully protected by Insurance as soon as slipped.
Free to Everybody.
A large~ 6 pp. CataTogue, teaching how to
DuR Y <I
W e would call special attention
bee- ecently purchased.
Every purchaser will have full ^dvantage of ti
We offer Special inducements to Country Mer
Have always on hand,
FULL LINES OF D)OM
which we will sell at small advance on Agents
N. B.-Samples and Price Lists sent to any f
We also offer, at Retail, the LAR
in the Uiti
M.any Styles of Goods are being sold at Low
Refer to City advertisements for price lists.
December 25 tf 287 Kir
Laces, Embroideries, Fin
We are now opening a full and ample-assortm
Trimmed and put up in boxes ; Lce Collars in
Cluny, Thread and Maltese Laces, Laces by the y
Caps and Spencers; Embroidered Collars, Infants'
Breakfast Setts, Plain Linen Setts, Evening Dres
novelties, to be found in our Lice and Embroidery
Beautiful French Boxes, "Ladies Companior
Lubin's Extracts, Superior German Colog_ne, L:
Brushes, Tortoise Sh- 11 Dressing Combs, Tooth an
and Buckles, Seamless Kid Gloves, Ladies Lisle, Cl
Children's Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, &
December 19 2G3 King
In our Cloak and Sha wl Room, we have as usual,
sortmient in the city. We have mn our Display Rig
Black Cloth Sacques; and Basques, from $5;00. to
the same. Novelties constantly being added to ou
Plaid all Wool Long and Square Shawls, Long a~
fast Shawls, Sontags, N ubias, &c.
dec 10 203 King Stree
J. R. IREAD
263 KING STR EET, CH:
Finding it necessary to enlarge our Establishr
our increasing business, as well as for the better
trons, we are nowv offering, preparatory to the In
gains in order to Rcdnee Stock.
"We invite Special Attention to our Rie'' Dress
lins, French Poplins, Mohairs. Emipress Clot hs, I
Colored Plaids and Stripes, Rich Dress silks, Black
lish Coburgs, together with miany~ other desirable)
Stock, and will be sold at prices below cost of Impc
SO UT H
NO. 238 KING STREET, Cl
. A. PRATT, S. W. WITLSO:
Cl. to late C. S. N. and M. Bureau.
GEORG3 E C.GOO
Direct Importers of' Pure
October 31 3m.
NEAR A3LZOKIX 'Ci
Restaurant and Lodgings. Nw
B. A. BLEASE. Agent. ~ii
December 25 all wht
to our Stock, which has
e late fall in the marret.
chants, replenishing their toc' .
7ST1c0- C OODS,
prices; for CASH or T
art of the State.
GEST STOCK to select from
rOLL, WEBB A
ig-St., at Bancrofs O
e Fancy Goods.4h
ent of Leantiful Lace 'Setts, elegantly
ill the new Shapes in Yaletncieiia,
ird of all descriptions, Lace Waists,
Rni',roilc-red Robes, Caps-and'Waists,
es, together with may other choice
}'' reneli PomnaCes, Pow r Boxes,
dies' Satrfs and Cravat; i" Fie Hair
d Nail Bruihes, Jet and Steel Clasps,
ath iand Woolen Gloves, Genits'oes,
l. RE AD & 0
the Argest and most com .ete A
in ereyy variety, ilhap. and niffjor
ill the5 Me diu'm and Eegant grades of
r assortment. - ' --
id Souare Black 3ferino Sl hawls, Break
J. R R EAD & Co.
t, Opposite IHsell, Charleston, S C.1
.JL EST OX S. C.
aent for the suzecessful ~roVect tion of
ecommiodationi of our -friends and pa
tended Improvement, some Rare Bar
Goods, comprising ElegajtIriAl Pop.
'opietts, 3lour-ning in all vairie.ieesj
and Colored, Ererich Merinoes, Eag"
)res~s Goods, Marked Down to Rqduc.
JT. R. REA D &'OM.
203 King-St., Charlestoa, S. 0.
IA RL ESTON, ~S C.
- P. R.WLSON.
Chemist to late C.S. Ord. Depattna
ston Hotd. .: a
Drugs & Chemicals,
H. L. Brantly,
!Engineer, Ari1eet ad
rS his services to the citume of
irry, and snrrounding Distriets.
ir six teen years practical exper'ieeS
profession, ho insatres satisfactib4 to
o may employ him ; the couvts are ab'