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REMARKALI SUIGICAL OrNUATzoIN.-One
f the apost extraordinary surgical operi
ions that has ever been performed in this
ountry was recently successfully accom
lished in the gVneral ifbapital in this city
y Dr. Aikens. and for the credit of the
medical profession of Toronto we think it
but right that a notice of the case should
be laid before .the publio. The case in
question is that of a young,woman who had
r been afflicted with an u laerated heel for
seven years. Having been under the care
of several eminent physicians. and the die
se having grown worse inateati of bo ter,
she obtained admissioti to -the hospital,
and -after rensining there sometime was
placed under the care of Dr. Aikens, who,
hftrMttro '%onsideration, suggested the
ipropriely o atfetaotji 'r.markable opera
tion with a vieW of afficling 'n cure; and
havinig obtzilned th; consent. o't the patient,
who, it may be readily Imagized, ras will.
to undergo any operatioft that 0ight.
have ie effect.of rostoring to her the use
of her fee., ..'a doctor proceeded to cut
o away all the deeahd portion of the heel
and indee4 dvacing ,;oie distance into
Sthe eattlIpartof the0 Aes, ithe better to
avoid lea-vang any seeds of the It 4se re
maining. The next thing to be done was to
.ll tip the -oavity, into which a good siz.'
potato might be placed, with healthy desh.
Trhe foot. was aooordngly tied up to the hip,
and a large piece ef f%sh -partially removed
from the hip and laid.into the cavity in the
heel, and the flap on one side, er, more
properly, end, sowed to the lip of the eavi
ty, the opposite part, of course, left sti4lad.
1ering to the hip, in order that ciroulation
anight be preserved.
The foot remained In this position a week.
by wich 1Ime-the flesh of the hip had com
menced aahering to that of the 2foot. The
tatter waa then out down *&;m the hip, and
*trange though Ik .nay appear to the unpro
fessional.eader acemplete-cure Is about to
result #rou -this extraordinary eurgica oper
ation. The heel presents a very neat, and
It may be said a "creditable" appearance;
.and In a few days theskin aloqg the edges
will be omnmetwly beated up. The patient
"who suffered a great4eal during the difficult
'operation, Is stl in the hospital, and may
'be seen 'by lhe ouriously disposed or incre.
4ulo'sti-onetibers of 1t -community. The
loavit, in the hip oo"sed ty the removal of
-the fiesh-to put ie' ohe heel, is also rapidly
-fling up.-2bralite Leader.
Artemus Ward says when he hears the
song, *-Oome where Ay love lies dreaming,"
:e don'tgo. Hedon' Ink it would be right.
t0 (e LBS. IRON-BAND,
e) e JUgar,11hoe, Hoop, Horse
shoe and Rod Iron.
10,000 lbs. Cast and.. Plow Steel. For
sale by . .
FISHER & LOWRANCR,
* Main street, Colambia,G. C.
march 6'66-6 .
GA R DEN SEEDS,
OF THE GROWTH OF66.
THE subscriber has just receivea
. 4 is now opening, a very large
Atock.o ANDRETH'8 GOUINE GAR
:DEN SEEI8 .flasyear's crop, embracing
Al 11he:varieties usauly eultivated in this
limate- "hgrther with sever#1 rare kinds
...not hitherte known here.
As heretefore, he is prepared to supply
country dealers'with any'quantity of theme
-wei.known ana highly-appoved seeds, neat
lypuI up in donvgpien-sised packages,
and at such prices . as wilU insure satisfao.
,1ory profits. A supply of ONION SET't,
produced from the seed, which will give the
igrowev the largest, smoolhest, sud in every
-espect the finest Onions; and t, h4 a
very few weeks. Also, BIRD 8;ED8 of
every kind, very earefully .clened
South side Plain street, .midway between
Baptist Church and Niokepon's "otel.
marAK '06-2- -
nd railr a~,inuiri O~v,ury e'tory i
to ceErntry.. It dis'solves the Union,
9strofs the Coustitdtioh1, aid erect,s a
illary despottqm aupon' itt ruins. It
ould"pespone, peaa indeAInitely,,tia
rangfer of the comntnand' af the cows
aefce Qind exchangesdif :the "wor'ld
rem Europe.- to Amevica.. Euro
n 'dspots would' exult,. while, the<
rnsade of freedom lin tihe old world, 1
d especislly in Ireland and Germany,
Iould go. s,ears of-bloodc.' Johnson is
walkmig k9,he footsteps 6f Jackson and -~
Lincoln,. and teaching th,eir ' sentiment. ~
The UJnion shall be preser:ve. NI?o.pro.
Ionge,goyernment oft 9lea Stated as a
conqut3ied.pfoyinces, s0io io axto *
witI ut . rgpresentation, .weta1d perma
nonfly alienate the South from the
North. Xt might drive them fo ag
nebs, and doppan', anid 'renie civil h
war,yhe~n,otr credit anid resources woee~
exhnaust&d. -e We -have omnscipied,e
through a great tishtitutional ameild
rneptparne~d only by Jolhnson's policy,
four milIlenh of negroes.
ILet ti'ot attemp( 1.o enslave eight F
utilllibus of our erring brethren of
e' outh. They *1 .1 el clome
MI Ho. NATtol be.
Wore ead4he.blad fetwhte, shodall
' white Ia~the faee, about. 16 bad high,
about 8 yeas old .and appraised-s $0
.Pai 'Iforee earn b9 found at Thomas Hiia
utama 11 mile. south of Wiensboros *ear
>$the maia road - 'Columbia, and aede Duf.
Mo Olt hureb 4.bDstiet, 8. 0,,
, Jaua -6 0 ' .W, P, 31300K,
lao . -- sgistrate.
D)IRECT importation from Fronofe,
in pints and quarts..
BACOT & RIVERS,
narch 6'66-2 No. 2, Hotel Range.
BOXES MACCARONI, VERMICELLI.
. "French Mustard, English Pickles and
Groceries of all kinds at saai profits by
BAOOT & RIVERS,
No. 2, Hotel Range.
Spr'ng Goodl Spring Goods!
' HE undersigned have juit ieceived
a splendid assortment of SPRING &
Cotton Casstmeres Prints, Checks, Ging.
hatne, Jeanm. Muslhis, Bilk Grena
dines, BrIllia-sat-, Wirds-eye Dia.
per, Dowlas, Ciem.dtitched
Handkerbiefs, 8 t e I I a
Shawls, Patent Leath.
er Belts and Buck
.,-io Ruffling Collars and Cuis, Crochet
'dZ, Ladies Woven Corsetta, Silk
1Ibbo Ties, Ladies Fancy Dress
DaltoiU, Ladies - and ptle
ane Wh'-e Kid GWev, ,.
Ladies Tra #*lling
Ac. &. '.
WluterGods at and below cost.
ELLIOTT & Co.
No 4 Bank Rapge.
DR. JAMES D. BAGLEY, tenders his
professional serviaes to the , ttigens of
aboro' and vicinity., Ofilee, Room No.
2 ately occupied by Daguerrelan Artist,
Winnebor' Hotel, The ladia.Arq especil
ly Invited to giwo bim a call.
AW Bet. references can be given.
.1 AVE mrd arrangements with Mr.
J- 2. PHILLIPS to condnue the
DRAPE) Ano TAILORING BUSINES8t
their ol tand, .39 Broad S$ree(,-t
all Its branches, as formerly con.dusted by
them, and'solicit for h1ni from their former
patrons and fhiends. the same lberal patron.
age so gepnrously exitended J tbamselves.
.OftsBRTON & RICHARDS.
.anuary 29, 1860.
J. g. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER and TAILOR
(Sueessere fa EdgeOton it Rickarde,)
3 U*bAJD sTRizEnT
CHARLESTON, S, C. ,
EIPS(onsetantly on hand a full
&_ asstient o ithe best grades ol
French, EnglIsh and American Qoths. das
simeree and Vesting@, which will be sold
by the yar4or made to order, in the latest
A1l4,rdere foreither goods or wark prompt.
ly ateded to.
DR. W. Z. AZEEIN,
ruggist and Apothecary
No. , BANKUIsae.
E11 nOOM VOR1TY ocUPD A$ THU
sTianter'f Bank of Fairfleld*
'ITHERE can be found all the arti
c es usually kept. in a Drug Store,
such as as
Dr eadCeo'l, Perfuues'y,
oPatent Medicines, Hdkf. Estraets,
h Ait and Oils, FlavorIng ,
,etroleus Oil, .. Hal, Brushes,
ups and Chibinneys, C~ombs,
o oth and Nail Brushes, PcStuffs,
Splees,' - ilet Powder,
raey Artleles, *odps, ho.
Cdigars whiek can be reeomwsended,
S eie tino old Wine and good Brandy sol
able in sickness; A,.
etvi 4 ube ee fuder;epre
ro Ipthe pesent nsettled state of prioen
I shall sett abything in- my leitimate lin4
as chea as it en be found ew,her.
QernEr Queen afli& JfeeItS
I0 HA RL E STO0N, ,. C
THS OPLA AND 'WELE
2. E OWNHOUS isnow fully opem
4'for tue reception of sitoer,, havin bees
Irefuruished with New and Elega ii,
o!ture tiugeat; and offers to i.trevelleu
h$.eSIO ans and convenieness as aFiral
CasU l, not to be equalled by.any Norti
in Sen~ ~b tronage of the publie i
940 pe.r day, * $4o
,% 14 j4 month as beh
eb24'66. - . i,P,epae..
Butter and Eggs..
*Sh-i'"eR ar- EGOS, cor.
~ ~?ONN. )AS'?PA Mb
A. S. J010GLA1SS,
ATTORNE AT LAW.
SOLEKTOL I E9UITY,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
gW Office. No.2, Law Range-in rear
of the Con'ri House.
P R.I C E S.
F you want CHEAP GOODS, call
aS, tile Store of.
J. i. PROPST
e are offering our Fall ind Winter
8ok at. Cost, to make room for Spring
Goods, this Is -no humbug, call with he
cash and you will not be disappointed.
We havejust received a few casesef beau
wbklk we offer at a low figure. We -have
made arrangeaeni t to get goods every
week fro. New Ygrih and that will enabld
us to have all.%e lattst and newest styles ot
f. It. PRQPST, AgeL
I T FA*XFRSI
?IIOSPIATE .OR FERTILIZE R,
a Improver of the Land. S9perldr for
Wheat, Cotion, Cor ke., is. Of
. uparior Quality an Warranted.
Coulalulsig EMeaenti essential
fg time produetteo. of Gal,
&c., asd Aeprevemenas
of eke Laud.
r HIS is confidently recommended to
r FARMER. TO BRING. LARGE
CROPS, and we guarantee it to be as goid
as anygFertilizer In the Market. an to
bring as good crops. tried side by side with
any. even Peruvian Gu%,Po.
OR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCO, &C.
-Put a ha'ndfull to the hill when you plant.
When the torn and Cotton are well up, put
another handful to'tho hill as 'a top 'dress
log; and when the Corn is about, to shoot,
and the Cotton to boll - another handf ul to
the hill as a top drqssfng. In this way the
Fertilizer goes direstly to the plant, and
the p t . all ao benefit of it. Use
.it in tis way. an e Plantet caK count
on good crops if the reaher is at all favor.
We guarantee it to prodot as good crops
as any other Fertilizer used. Use it in the
the way directed, by the side of Peruvian
Guano, or any other Fertilizere an4If it does
not produce as goo4 a orop, we will reftand
twenty per cent of the price. Use it in the
way directed, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for five Tears consecutively on the some
land, and if it. doestnt produce more money,
and leave 1he land in better condition than
Peruvian Gualio at the end of the ove years
we will refand the purchaser twenty per
cent bf the price for thp Ave years. Ours
will improve the land, and will leave it het.
ter than it found it.
Libbral terms given to prompt atd re
sponsible parties. -
JAMES 0. GIBBS,.
Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For partipulars apply to
H. A. GAILLARD,
Winnsboo, 8. 0.
. STOLL, WED & CO.,
BANOROPT's OLD STAND),
287 K:'Eg M9., 3 doors Belotw Wensu.rth.
.U7 E have now opentEd and on hand
VTa very large and well selected stoek
whieh we over at Wholesale and Retail.
Hiavi had long experience ii the Dry
ued iness before.the wjr we ko
just what 'Goodsare :nose needd by raw.
terfi and conmera:generally and wila
ways heep'on -band a full stock ,of planters
Goods of every bind.
We keep'our.ateek eenstantv replenished
byevery steamer, with' ,be meet attraeti,e
Wq repeetfully ttite planters, mar
-chants and eonmumears generally, to eall and
inspeet our? stock,..onsisting in p art of
Blankets, Plains, KCerseys, 0saaburge,
Brownubrtng, Ble.ched, Long Cloth.,
Flue OSa Jaad Brown Shiutinags.
Irish.Llql., Valieoe, Gitig.,
hass., 404 Cambetes,
Me$.sp.., D. L,aine's, Poplis, .Colored Al.
paess., igred Poplin., Blek -Silks,
Soubeinee, Black Alpesas,
and Crepe Cloths.
Togetheir with every variety to be found
in our lino, which .we of'er at the lowest
caskpri... STOLL, WillB& 00..
No. 28? King St., 8Sdeew baew Wentwortha,
Charleston, S. C.
If. C. STOLL, Chauleslon,
4110. WALkq 4.
Cotton, Oorn, Floui.
SMITH & MELTON,
VNI ESTEK, S. C. e
(Near D o.)
A RE prepared to purchase Cotton or
to make liberal advances on Cotton
consigned through them to New York.
They arealao prepared to Ill all orders
for Corn, Wheat and Flour at lowest mar
J. If. 8MIT1, GEO. W. MI,TON
WATCHE , CHAINS, DIAMOND RINGS, C-,
WORT H over one million dollarel
All to be sold for one one dollar
each, without regard to value! Not to be
paid 16r until you know what you are to
receive. Splendid list of articles! All to
be sold for $1 each.
260 Solid Silver Dining Sets, $76 to $800
600 Silver Saver and Urns 60 to 260
600 Solid Silver Tea Sets som
plete, 60 to 800
160 Rosewood Musleal Boxds,
82 airs, - 76 to 260
200 Mahogany .Musical Boxes,
24 airs, 50 to 200
250 Gold Hunting Watches 76 to 260
.2 Ldes" Enamselled Oeild
.-atches, 60 to 200
Gonts' iHuating Silver
*Watchee, . 36 to 100
600 Open-face Silver Watches, 26 to 60
600 Ivory Opera Glasses, - 2 to 000
.600 Mothorof Pearl Longnettes, 60 to 100
300SIx Barrel Revolvers, 16 to 60
600 Single and DoubloShooterb, 10 to 80
300 Elegant Oil Paintings, 60 to 100
260 Marble Statues, Busts, Ac., 60 to 200
260 Diamond Rings, 60 to 100
6,000 Photo. Albums, all sizes 6 to' 60
2,000 0old Vest-and Neclk Chains, 16 to 30
8,000 Gold Oal Band Bracelets, & to 10
6,000 Chased Gol.d bracelets, * -6 ta 12
2,900 Chatelete & Guarl Chains 6 to 20
7,000. Solitare . RAvolving
Doohes, * $ to 10
2,000 Lava & Florent In*, BroAes, 4 to 10
6,000 Coral, Opal &W'meral do 4 to 10
6,000 Mosiae, Jet A f,ava Xpr
drops, . to 1s
7,000 Ceral & Emerald TarArspw to 3
6,000 California Diasmous Pins, a So 20
6,000 California Cluster Diamond
Plns, 8 t 10
8,000 sets Solitare Buttons and
Studs, a to 1H
8,000 Gold Thimbles. Penc-ils, I0., * to'. 9
10,000 Lockets, double-glafs, to &
6;000 Lockets for Mlinatures. . Q to 19
8,000Gold ToothpicksCrossew, ke., 8 to 6
6,000 plain Gold Rings. 0 4 to .10
6,000 chased Gold Rings, 4 to '10
10,000 Shield A Signet Rings, 3 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings, 3 to 20
7.6004seta Ladies' Jewelry jet, 6 to 10
6,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, coral, 8 to 12
6,000 sets Ladies' 1eswelr y, onyx, 10 to 18
5,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry, lava, 12 to 20
2,600 seets Ladies'Jewelry, mosaic, 20 to 20
10,000 tjold Pens with il.4bold
era, 6to 10
6,000 Gold Pens with Gold hold.
era, . 61to 12
6.000 Gold Pens A heldere, sup'r, 10 to 16
6,000 Silver Goblets A Drinking
Cups. 8Oe 1I
8,000 SilverCasters & Wine hel4
eso, 16to 0
2,000 Silver Fruit A Coke Ba%.
iCkets, s.6 to 60
Moern. Parkinson A Co., No. k08 Briad
way, Now York, Extensive Manufacturers
and importers of many of thi leading and
most fashionable style@ Watches a4
Jewely, desiring to iorepI their business
to at unlimited extent, have resolved upon
a Qeat Gift Sale, subjqt to the regultions
Ceitifieates .aming. Oath artele and its
valus, are placed in Sealed En4olopes and
well mixed. . One of these envelopes will h
,sent by mail to any address on receipt of
AU Artieleee Slt a One Deliar eaeA, without
* . regard to ensue.
On receipt of the certifieato yen will see
what you are going to have, and then. it is
t9your option to send the dollar and take
oarticle or not. Purchaser. may thus
blain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring or any
set 9f Jewelry on our list for One Dollar,
and la no case ean they get less than~oee
dollars' worth, as there aee no uncertain
ties. The'prise of certificates -is as fol
lows : On. for 26 cents; fie for $1; clove.
for'S2; thirty f,,r P6. with elegant premium;
asity-fve for *40, with bonus; one hundred
for 16, and handsome present to the getter
up.ot the club.
Agent wanted everywhere, to whom se
cil inducomnonts are offered. Adders,
PARRINSON, A CO., Imperore
206 Broadway, Neow York.
EMLOCK SOLE LEATHuR.
KETCHIN, MeMASTUB & CO.
Rousehold Artioles I
C1ONCEZNTRAT)CD LYE, TYage
Powders,.Cos's Gelatin., Cinnamon,
Fivoting Estracts, Lemon, Orange, Vamil.
la and Piea10. NMA 5TR C.S
Eings Mountain Iron!
HJORtSE .810- IRON, Plfsgh
Moulds, Ac. Also, Woolen Beans
ad Lindsey,, for sale on censignm4.
Also for sale, a ilr ~u aqs .ECorm, of
the beet quality for hIn ipating.
fob 17'6 $r -
T. M BRISTOLL,
Whol6fale Dealers in
He.18 Mdi,g TRVXX60 T4q.
NO. 141 Mferng Stred. eorner of Haml,
CHARLESTON, 8, C. '
?Toe6 22P;I.s*Wb WEKLTY WY IA31122.
.M. BR18TOLt A C. T. DUNRAM,
A. . RWN.
OTTEN STONE, Spanish Whit
ing, Ground Ginger, British OIL
Also. a small qdantity of Candy, of pur
NE'ti CI11N, 'eWIASTER & CO.
LXSEED 0ML,-Tdrpenitims, 'White
Load, Chrome Greatn, Burnt Umber,'
Venalan Red, Patt, ,opal Varnish- point
Brushes, White Wais Brashes. Sand Paper,
a@., at KETCH IN; McA&:T'ER a Cot.
N ICE WHITE CORN MEAL, &0
.KETCHIN,% MWMASTER & COX
Ketchin, MoMaster & 0
AVE receivc) a calefully selected
HStook of Goods, to wU%ek they inowit,e
the attention of former. patrns of she A1d;
Arm and af the publil generally. Theyt
haer on hand and ari receiving a gevsral
Dry Goods, Clothing. Shees, Kate, Shesl
Seeks; Medicines Soapeand Perfumey,
Patay and Window toom, Tin Ware*
Cooking 81ves, 0roeeries,
Nard ware, 'agging and
. tpe, Brooms and
Aud all other artiles maftu topl Ji essa.
'C. D. CAUR & CO.,
D[%ALERS in Carpets, Oi Cloths, Mat.
ting@,Window Shades Intent step
Tailor's Trimmings of every valiety, whie
they offer to the trade at New TorkJoSbing
prI *s. 30 Broad St., Charlestn 5'..0.
Fine Family Flour.
JUST received 20 barrels Fine Fami
ej ly Flour, which we will sell at Ismat
it. KETCUIN, MoMAgTEb A CO.
Stock Certifcate Lost.
N OTICE is hereby given that pi
N cation will be nfAde for a dupUat*
oartileato for the original, which has been
lost or destroyed, dated July 12, 186,l4e..
1860, for Thirty-two shares 'in the Chatletbs
S P. C.*Railroad Company.
P ROSPMITUS OF THE
On the. fret of January we wiU commense
the publication, in the City of Baltimose, ot
a monthly -.
There is no publication of this character
now issued South of New York city, and
the closing of thb war has left a l-go por.
lion of the people of the country with- n.
The Cosmopolite.will be disseeed to
* Reviews, coie apran
and we shall number among it. contribu
tors sognet, the first literary mnen ef the
Ronsth, witbothets5uim the North and fi-osa
-Loadpn and Pariq.
All matter ast iselginal will be carefully
selected frown the Rewest and best of the
English, French and Germac. publjeations;
and its Editors shall spare no effort or ex
pense, to make it rank with -the very first
maegasines of the country.
*As Its name imporis, we have established
the Coswopolite upon ne sectional basis.
We hope to make it -the. organ of general
litefatuvesone; and will be uninfluenced
by any.prsty ce otique whtteseor.
It will be mailed to subscribers in any
fpart of the eeustry upon receipt of the fol
Single copies one year, - $ 00
Five " " " 18 00
Tea' " " " 38800
The Cosmo e 9d be gpmfly distril
bated amon UMdsae A Planters
of the Sf ~ il gdd for' their in.
form '5fd ev4fiehGMOi, at, mode
1 deduidtienje will be ased to book
pespublishing this proepeetus
a marked esQy to the undera
ieeve A ep of th9i saine&
fish 18' e - N .~ d
Sn LS eae411entirghum Syrnp