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BX WM. CULLEN BUTANT.
Ay, thou ?rt welcome, heaven's delicioas -
breath, . .'
When woods begin to wear the crimson
And suns grow meek, and the brief BOM
And the year smiles aa it .draws near its
Wind of the sunny South! ohl still delay
In the gay woods and in the golden air?
Like to a good old ago released from care,
Journeying, in long serenity, away.
Lu such a bright, late quiet, would that I
blight wear out life like these, 'mid bow?
ers and brooks,
And, dearest, yet thc sunshine of kind
And music of kind voices ever nigh;
'And, when my last ?and twinkles in the
Pass silently from men, aa thou dost pass.
To tell lies before you get up in the
morning is no sin. It is only lying in
State South. Carolina-Ricaland Dist.
COLUMBIA, OCTOBEII' 4. 18G5.
PURSUANT to an Ordinance of the State
Convention, polls will he opened at the
several election precincts of tnis District,
on WEDNESDAY, Octber 18, 18G5, for Go?
vernor and Lieutenant-Govornor of tho
State, and ono Senator and four Represen?
tatives to the State Legislature.
J. C. JANNEY,
Oct 5 Chairman Board of Managers.
A large and direct importation of
OF all 'numbers and gracies, from the
best manufacturers, which will be sold
at the VERY LOWEST PRICES, by
HARDY SOLOMON & CO.,
West side Assemblv street.
Oct ? Columbia, S. C.
SSS" GrceuviUc, Spartanburg, Union,
Newberry and Winnshoro papers insert
three times and send bills to this office.
(Late of the Firm of Adams} Frost <fc.Co.,}
OFFERS his services to his friends as a
FACTOR and COMMISSION MER?
CHANT. Particular attention paid to the
?ale of Cotton and other Produce. Alsol to
thc purchase of family supplies. Oftice
corner Accommodation" Wharf and East
Bav, Charleston, S. C._Oct 5 Imo
W.I. MIS il,
(Formerly C'othran, Jeffers <? Co.,)
A RE prepared to receive and forward all
J\. COTTON and MERCHANDIZE con?
signed to their care at Orangcburg and
Hopkins' Turn-Out, ou South Carolina
Railroad.' On completion of the road to
Columbia, they will continue business at
By strict attention to business and mode?
rate charges, they hope t o merit a share of
patronage. Oct 6 Imo
?S* The Abbeville, Edge?cid, Anderson,
Newberry, Laurens and Greenville papers
please copy for one mouth, and send bill to
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LINE COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND
3IO\EKA, Capt. Marsluiian,
EMILYB. SOl'DER.Capt. Winchester.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT!
Tho new and favorite passenger steamer
M O?TE HL ^ "
WILL leave Accommodation Wharf on
THURSDAY. October 12, at - o'clock.
These vessels alternating weekly, offering
'.verv Thursdav to thc traveling public a
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER BOAT, with
- uperior accommod?t ions.
There will be a mail bag kepi at thcofiicc
ai the Agents, closing always an hour be?
fore tho sailing of each steamer.
For Passage or Freight, apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM.Agents,
Oct 5 Mills House, Charleston.
GROCERIES AXD DRY GOODS.
C~ ONSTANTLY on hand, and atibe LOW?
EST MARKET PRICES, a fine aad
varied assortment of
AND DRY GOODS.
Best BOURBON WHISKEY by the barrel,
-.allon or br bottle,
SIMONS' & KERRISON,
Assembly street, opposite Cathedral.
Sept ll Imo
J. M. Blauely and G. P. Copeland
HAVE this day entered into copartner?
ship, for tho purpose of transacting a
general COMMISSION BUSINESS under
tue atyio and name of BLAKELY &'COPE?
LAND. They will give their best attention
to thc sale and purchase of COTTON, as
\reil as other things consigned to then
care. They have ample store-room and
wi'' take, charlo of cotton, and sell here,
Charleston or New York, as mav ho desired.
Store and office on Main street, corner of
Boundary, near Cotton Town, Columbia, S.
C. BLAKELY Sc COPELAND.
jJGi" Charleston Courier eopy six times and
forward bill to thie office. * Sept 24
nm - ?* "v ?I I'-liff ? ?IT? ^^??wys?
XrOHMJfBLt FOO T ? &UL)SB?CHJ?B,)
WHOLESALE and BETAIL
BEG to inform the citizens of. Columbia
and the people of the neighboring
country, that iney are now receiving, an?
hare received, a great rariety of
Of all descriptions, suitable to all seasons
and all manner of persons. They have,
among many other articles, fresh supplies
of the following:
COFFEE, TEAS, (Green and Black. )
SUGAB, (white and brown.)
MOLASSES, (New Orleans. )
CANDLES, S- trm, Tallow and Adanl'tine.
Crackers, Wim., Soda, Sugar, Boston.
I Candies, Almonds.
Brazil, Walnut and other Nuts.
I Soaps, Toilet, Castile, Fancy, Common.
With every variety of Grocery.
I Copperas, Soda, Blue Stone, Ac.
Spices-Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice, Gin?
ger, Nutmegs, Ac.
Shoe Blacking, Brushes, Curry Combe.
Horse Brushes, Ac.
Knives and Forks, Matches.
TOB?CCO ?ND CI0ARS*
Best SMOKING and CHEW'G TOBACCO.
Spanish and American CIGARS.
Or Tobacco for chewing, the best Ander?
son's, Solace and Honey Dew; all varieties.
j For Ladies,
I A tine variety, to which the attention of
the ladies is "particularly requested. We
have a nne assortment of
Bleached and Brown HOMESPUN.
MOUSSELIN DES LAINES.
English and American PRINTS,
j Cambric, twilled and plain.
Hoop Skirts, Corsets, Longcloth.
Calicoes, Worsteds, Coburg, 4c, suitable
for fall and winter.
Alpacas, black and colored.
Combs and Brushes, Tooth Brashei.
Perfumes of everv variety.
Chalk Pearl Powder.
Ladies'Shoes, Bootees ar d Ties of all de?
scriptions and the latest fashions.
Tuck Combs, Hair Nets, Waterfalls-?fl
of tho very last styles and patterns.
Collars, Wristbands, Ribbons.
Hosiery of all descriptions.
English and American Gloves of th
Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs, Thimbles.
Needles, Thread, spool, silk and cottoa.
Hooks and Eyes, \ oils.
Ladies' Billet"and Letter Paper, raled.
Skirt Braid of all colors.
Belts and Belt Buckles and Ribbons.
Pearl and other Buttons, fancy, dress and
Hair Pins, wire and gutta percha.
! Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Round Combs, Wadding, Table-cloths.
Ginghams, Lace and Trimmings.
Working Cotton,Velvet Ribbon, Elastic de.
Ceats, (dress and frock,) Pants, Vests.
Shirts of all descriptions, over and under.
Flannel and Fancy Shirts.
Drawers, lamb's wool and cotton.
Hats, Stockings, Socks, Gloves-a great
Collars, linen and paper.
Wristbands, Playing Cards.
Fine Tooth and Pocket Combs.
Buttons, for coat, pants, vests; Buckles
for do.; Tooth Brushes.
BiOts and Shoes of all styles and the
Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, nilk and
cotton; Neck-ties of the latest styles.
Fancy Pipes-American Meerschaum.
Pocket Handkerchiefs, linen, silk and
cotton; Hats; Pen and Pocket Knives.
Razors and Razor Strops.
Suspenders of all styles.
Tobacco, French and English style.
Shirt Bosoms, Boy's Shoes.
Best Kerosene Oil, Watch Keys, Taylor's
Twist, Glass ChimnieSj best Ink, Gun Caps,
Tobacco Bags, Shoe Laces. Slate Pencds,
Umbrellas, Children's Gloves and Hose,
Violin and Guitar Strings, Letter Paper and
Envelopes and a vast variety of other arti?
cles, desirable to both sexes', which we have
not the space to enumerate. Apply at the
old stand, in Assembly street, to
Sept ll_ SULZBACHER A CO.
THE highest pricOH paid for COTTON and
for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Farmers and country merchants will find it
to their advantage to call and see.
Seat ll SULZBACHER A CO.
"?QW York Advertisements.!
The New York Hews
DAILY, <SEMI- WEEKLY <ft WEEKLY.
WEEKLY AMP SEffl-WEBKLY SEWS.
GREA T FA~MITY^NE^WSPA\PERS!
BENJ. "WOOD, Editor ?nd Proprietor.
TOTTRNALS of Politics, Literature, Fa -
.J anions, Market and Financial Reporte, .
Interesting Miscellany and NewB from all
parts of tte world. Improvements intro?
duced! Immense circulations determined
ordSjThe largest, best and cheapest Papers
published ia New Yorki -
NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
Published Every Wednesday.
Single copies......5 cents.
One copy, one year.$200
Three copies, one year. 5 50
Five copies, one "year. 6 75
Ten copies, one year. 17 00
And an extia copy to any Club of Ton.
Twenty copies, one year. 20 00
Weekly News sent to Clergymen at $1.60.
Published Every Tuesday and Friday.
Single copias, one year.$ 4 00
Three copies, one year. 10 ?0
Five copies J one year. 15 00
Ten copies, bne year. 39 00
And an extra copy to any Club of Ten.
Twentv copies, one year.S55 00
To Clergymjn. 3 00
Afu: Tort Daily News.
To mail subscribers.$10 per annum.
Six months j.Five DoUars.
For sale liv all Newa-dealers. Specimen
copies of D??T and Weeklv News sent freo.
Address ! * BENJ. WOOD,
Daily News Building.
No. IS City Hall Square, New York Citv.
DEVLIN & CO.,
?NB RETAIL !
?\XTE coen the season witb a large stock
W of elegant CLOTHING and FUR?
NISHING GOODS in our Ready-made De
partmer|. Wc have also secured the ser?
vices of first-class artists in our Custom
Department, which is likewise supplied
with the FINEST and BEST FABRICS of
the Home and Foreign Markets.
To those who wish tn order by mail, will
be sent (on application) SAMPLES OF
GOODS", with directions for measuring,
which, if correctly followed, will secure a
fit in au cases.
DEVLIN & CO..
Broadway, cor. Grand street, New York.
Broadway", cor. Warren street, New York.
Sept 29 Imo
MER, BENNETT & BOWMAN,
(Suc'sors to Hotehkiss, Fenner A Bennett,)
40 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK,
THUS. FENNER, H. BENNETT, D. W. BOWMAN.
MR. T. A. TOBIN, who was for a length
of time connected with the old timi of
Hotchkiss, Fenner it Bennett, bas an inter?
est in the present iirm, and will devote his
attention principally* to thc State of South
Carolina. His address will be Clinton,
Laurens District. ' Oct 3 Imo
[ESTABLISHED is ISIS.]
WM. SMITH BROWN & CO,,
WHOLESALE DBALEKS IK
No. 53 Chambers St., Neie York.
XJITM. SMITH BROWN will receive con
VY signments of COTTON for sale on
commission, and maku cash advances on
shipments. His arrangements are such as
to insure faithful attention to the interest
of ^hc consigner. Sept 17 2nio
TEACHERS' DESKS and CHAIRS.
Tables, Dank and Olli ce Desks, Ae.
Lecture Room and Sabbath School Settees.
All kinds of School Material.
Sept 17 Imo 24 Grove st., New York.
BANKERS AND BROKERS, '
NO. 70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
AND other STOCKS, BONDS, ?e.,
bought and sold on commission.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y.
SIMEON BALDWIN, Ja., raember V. Y.
Petroleum and MinhiK Board.
CYRUS J. LAWRENC1. WM. A. HALSTKD
RSept 4 Imo
To the Citizens of South Carolina.
The termiaation of a sanguinary cont eat,
which for the past four years has presented
an impassable barrier to all social ?r com?
mercial intercourse between the two great
sections of our country, having at length
happily cleared away all obstacles to a re-,
rc oval of those relations which formerly
bound us together in a fraternal union, I
take tho earliest opportunity afforded me
by this auspicious event, to greet my South?
ern friends, and to solicit from them a re?
newal of that extensive business connection ?
which for a quarter of a century has been
uninterrupted, eave by the great public
j calamity to which I have adverted.
1 It is scarcely necessary, on.*' e threshold,
of a business re-union, I shonld repeat the
warning so often given tt my friends-to
beware of all those spurious and deleteri?
ous compounds which, under the specious
and false titles of Imported Wines, Bran?
dies, Holland Gin, Liquors, Ac, have been
equally destructive to the health of our
citizens as prejudicial to the interests of
the legitimate importer.
Many years of my past life have been
expended in an open and candid attempt to
expose these wholesale frauds; no time nor
expense has been spared to accomplish this
salutary purpose, and to place before my
friends and thc public generally, at the
lowest possible market price, and in euch
quantities as might suit their couTenience,
a truly genuine, imported article.
Twenty-five yeare' business transactions
with the largest and most respectable ex?
porting houses in France and Great Britain
have afforded me unsurpassed facilities for
supplying our homo market with Wines,
Liquors and Liqueres of the best and most
approved brands in Europe, in addition to
my own distillery in Holland for the manu?
facture of thc "Schiedam Schnapps."
The latter, so tong tested and approved
by the medical faculties of the United
States, West Indies and South America as
an invaluable Therapeutic, a wholesome,
pleasant and perfectly safe beverage in all
climates and during all seasons, quickly
excited the ;dity of the home manufac?
turers and -;rs of a spurious article
under the samt; mc.
I trust that I ....ve, after much toil and
expense, surrounded all my importations
with safeguards and directions which, witli
ordinary circumspection, will insure theil
delivery, as I receive them from Europe, tc
all my customers.
I would, however, recommend, in al
cases where it is possible, that orders b<
sont direct to my Depot, 32 Beaver street
New York, or that purchases be made o
my accredited agents.
In addition to a large stock of Wines
Brandies, Ac, in wood, I have a consider
able supply of old tried foreign Wines, em
bracing vintages of many past years, bot
tied up before thc commencement of th?
war, whick I can especially recommend ti
ah connoisseurs of these rare luxuries.
In conclusion, I would specially call th
attention of my Southern customers to th
advantage to he derived by transmittin:
their orders without loss of time, or callin
personally at the Depot, in order to insur
the fulfillment of their favors from the pr?
sent large and well selected assortment.
Oct 3 Imo -22 Beaver st., New York.
i;-- . -lint-ic r-r Wini Trill
DRY GOODS COMMSS'N BOISE,
32 AND 34 BROAD STREET,
CKo.rle?ton, S. C.
THE subscribers offer for sale a good as?
sortment, of Tarions snake, PRINTS,
GINGHAMS, DELAINES, Denims,*Checks
and Striped Homespun, Bleached and Un?
bleached Shirtings, Men and Women's
Hosierv, Union and Lisle Thread Gloves.
Also, Black Cloths, BlaokTricot and Double
Width Silk Mixed Coatings, Fancy Cassi
EDGERTON ?i RICHARDS.
October 1 5*
F. MIR ? CO.,
78 EAST BAT,
Two doors South of North Atlantic Wl**rf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVE constantly on hand a full supply
of GROCERIES, at lowest market
rates, ter Advances made on consiga
ments. Sept 17
CORNER KING AND SOCIETYSTS.,
CHARLESTON, $* #
S. H. LORING. CHAS. H. KENNE TT.
Sept 27_ lm;. .
ARCHIBALD GETTY & UK.
12C enid 12S Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C.
EDMUND A. SOUDER & CO.,
LIVINGSTON, FOX A CO., Agents,
tar LIBERAL ADVANCES made em
CONSIGNMENTS._ Aug lc 2mo?
CHARLESTON JT0_ NEW YORK.
THE new first
class steamer MO?
NERA, Charles P.
BRIDGE, J. W.
Will leave Charleston, S. C., direct for
New York, alternately. THURSDAYS eaeh
For freight or passage-having hand?
some State Room accommodations-apply
to F. A. WILCOXSON, Agent,
Orangeburg, S. C.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
?5 and 128 Meeting st., Charleston, S. C.
LIVINGSTON, FOX & CO., Agents,
Aus 15 2ino _New York.
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL !
BE-OPEN?NG OE THE TB?OE tn mxummt
IMMENSE ATTRACTION AT THE
Wholesale Shoe House !
?so. 133 mmum STREET,
ESTABLISHED I If 1836,
S now re-opened, after & suspension nf four rears, with greater facilities than ever.
Thc proprietor now offers for sale
?M1%, VMM, ^ MtWM, &&a,?
AT WHOLESALE ONLY, at the lowest possible quotations, and receiving IMMENSE
CONSIGNMENTS semi-weekly from the largest and most reliable mam-factories.
The proprietor takes pleasure in calling the attention of the trade-the local mer?
chants of the States of Georgia, Tennessee, Alaban.A and Florida-to the extensive
stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, etc.
O HJ) EUS XE A TL YA XD V ROMP LY ATTENDED TO.
Sept ii AGENT FOR MANUFACTURERS.
HAVING been appointed Agent for thc sale of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS and HATfit
by several of thc most prominent manufacturers at the North, and now located a,
NO. 138 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON 8. C..
I offer this CHOICE STOCK OF GOODS for sale by the PACKAGE ONLY.
KW The Trade w?l please notice. "5Da
EDWARD DALY, Agent.
Sept 7A 25