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Fire Caused by LigUtnisig.
MOBILE, May 1G.-Lightning atrnck the
city warehouse this afternoon, burning the
building and 500 bales of cotton.
WASHINGTON, May 17.-The Senate has
passed the Wost Point appropriation bill.
It contains a provision prohibiting the ap?
pointment of any cadet who served in tho
army or navy ot the Confederacy. Tho
consular and diplomatic appropriation bill
also passed. ,
The House resumed the consideration of
tho tax bill. A letter was received from
Ger.. Qrant, recommending an increase of
the regular army, for the purpose of sup?
plying the places of thone now going ont of
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 17.-Cotton firm. Sales
of 1,200 bales, at 35@36c. Gold 29J.
NEW YORK, May 16.-London dates of
the 6th instant have been received.
Prussia/has declared to the German Diet
that the warlike preparations on her part
are entirely of a defensive character.
The Austrian reply to tho Prussian noto
was conciliatory, but declimea to disarm
under the circumstances.
The warlike preparations of Venetia are
being pushed forward energetically. It
was rumored that Venetia would soon be
placed in a state cf siege.
A mutual understanding bas been ar?
rived at between France and Austria, in
accordance with which Austria undertakes
that, should Italy attack Venetia indepen?
dently of France, none of the eventual re?
sults of victory will bo secured by Austria,
without the diplomatic intervention of
France. The asserted object of Austria in
menacing Prussia and italy is to force
England to assent to a European Congross.
Nothing has been heard ot tho steamship
Citv of Washington since tho Propon tis
"Lo! THE POOR NEGRO-"-This
is but one of a thousand similar cases
that have occurred in various parts
of the South. We copy the follow?
ing from the Louisville Courier:
"A gentleman of this city, who was
banished to the South by the milita?
ry authorities during the war, left a
negro woman with three children in
this city, who, for some three years,
had been acting for herself, and a
part of the time assisted by a husband
to whom she was married some year
and a half ago. Recently, the woman
died, anet such was the penury of her?
self and husband, not even a coffin
could be paid for, and the funeral
expenses (some $30) had to be defray?
ed by her late master-a returned, re
cousirucUal rebel. Thc children were
left in utter destitution, and to save
them from starvation, have to be
cared for by their late owner."
TENNESSEE POLITICS.-The bogus
Legislature of Tennessee has passed
an Act to issue bonds for the pay?
ment to loyal men of losses on ac?
count of the war, together with boun?
ties to those who were disabled^and
the families of those wi. o died in the
service. The conservative press of
. the State urge that popular meetings
be held in every County of the State,
and resolutions adopted giving notice
.' to all concerned, that, when the peo?
ple of Tennessee shall have regained
the management of their own affairs,
which will happen at least as soon as
August, 1867, they will refuse to pay
one dollar, principal or interest of the
. bonds issued in pursuance of these
plundering schemes. This will pre?
vent the negotiation of the bonds,
and defeat the scheme of the Brown?
FRA?TCE AND SPAIN.-The New York
Herald's Valparaiso correspondent
"Certain highly important docu?
ments sent to the Chilean President
by the Dictator of Peru have been
forwarded by General Kilpatrick to
Washington, showing some time ago
a French stranger died suddenly in
Lima. Among his effects were pa?
pers proving him to have been a
French agent, coming with proposals
to the Dictator of Peru to make him?
self king or emperor, promising men
and money from France under the
Mexican flag-*-in other words, through
I Maximilian. This exposesa scheme
\ between France and Spain to make a
1 jump at all the small South American
^republics. England approves, but
does not help by men or money.
THE NEGROES IN THE GALLERIES OF
CONGRESS IN WASHINGTON.-The
Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Sunday Mercury thus
"The negroes at the Capitol have
taken complete possession of all the
public places, and on Wednesday
last we counted 2S4 contrabands, of
the filthiest character, in the gallery
of the House, and as we left, in utter
disgust and amazement, the darkeys
i were ponriug in. A large number ot
them had baskets, with their dinner,
which they eat in the galleries, as
though it were an eating saloon. The
cushions are lilied with vermin, and
it will take many a bottle of Lyon's
powder to kill off the creeping things
that stick so close, to the filthy con?
A circular has beeu issued from the
Treasury Department, requesting the
cashiers of national banks to trans?
mit, with their other returns, a state?
ment of the amounts iu their hands
to the credit of each disbursing officer
of the United States, military, naval
and miscellaneous. Paymaster-Gene?
ral Brice has issued an order to pay?
masters to report weekly to the Trea?
surer of the United States the
amouuts of public money deposited
o their credit, and where deposited.
IMPORTANT BILL APPROVED BY THE
PRESIDENT.-The President has ap?
proved the bill to incorporate the
National Theological Institute in the
District of Columbia, for the educa?
tion of persons for the Christian
ministry. There is to be no exclu?
dion from the institute on account of
theological belief. The bill is silent
as to race or color. He hes also ap?
proved the bill to extend the jurisdic?
tion of the Court of Claims, so that
it can now hear and determine the
claims of paymasters and other dis?
bursing officers for relief from re?
sponsibilities on account of losses,
captures, Ac, in the Une of duty.
Appeals, however, may be taken to
the Supreme Court, as in other cases.
As the investigation into the affairs
of the Merchants' National Bank of
"Washington extends, the more is the
complete rottenness of the concern
exhibited. It has transpired that in
addition to Government losses al?
ready published, there were $250,000
deposited by J. B. Hobbs, the dis?
bursing clerk of the Treasury De?
partment. The indications are that
the wreck is complete, and the depo?
sitors will get little or nothing. It is
the general impression among bnsi
noss men that Freeman Clarke, Comp?
troller of the Currency, is highly
cidpablo in the matter, as it is his
business to know the condition of tho
Mr.- Doolittle, of Wisconsin, in
reply to a blood-thirsty radical, mado
the statement that some time ago
measures had boen taken to indict
Gen. Lee, and the subject had been
referred to Gen. Grant, who indig?
nantly spurned the idea, as it was ex?
pressly provided, when the Confede?
rate armies surrendered, that those
composing them should not be mo?
lesten so long as they obeyed tho
laws. v <i
The Herald's special says that un
unfavorable comment is excited by
the fact of paymasters and others
having such large sums deposited in
banks to their own credit, and upon
which they undoubtedly receive
interest or douceurs in some way,
while the Government is paying . a
high rate of interest on the same
money, obtained on temporary loans
RICHMOND DARKIES.-A Boston
man, writing home from Richmond,
says: "Though I do not believe fifty
Southern gentlemen would wish tt>
seo slavery restored, I um convinced
that many of the blacks would prefer
slavery to the condition to which
they have' been reduced by sudden
The Secretary of thc Treasury gives
notice that the Treasurer of the
United States has been instructed to
receive and pay unmatured United
States certificates of indebtedness,
with accrued interest, to the extent of
$20,000,000, if presented to him before
the first proximo.
The Boston editors are very indig?
nant at the admiration, affection and
veneration which we entertain for
the memory and virtues of Stonewall
Jackson. After reading their angry
comments upon o-p* respect for a dead
hero, we eau very well understand
their admiration for that living beast,
the bottled Butler.
DR. CHEEVER REBUKED.-Dr. ( 'bee?
ver, in his sermon in New York on
Sunday, referring to the President,
said: "You have power with God
that may sweep him from the place
of power." Several members of the
congregation arose and left the place
when th?3 sentence was pronounced.
The English journals all seem to
regard the vote on the reform bill
proposed by the minority as a defeat
of the Government. The Govern?
ment commenced the session with a
majority?of sixty and more-now its
pet measure is only carried by five
The Detroit Trill,une, after a tho?
rough investigation of the condition
of wheat in that State, is compelled
to conclude that tho aggregate crop
for lStiti will fall below tho average
yield of past seasons.
A "fowl" epidemic is prevailing
among the chickens in the vicinity of
Milton, North Carolina, and they are
dying by hundreds in au unnatural
Sixteen thousand barrels of Hour
are lying in the warehouse of onornill
at Minneapolis, Minnesota, awaiting
tho opening of navigation to bo
Ten buildings on Fourth and Bul?
lit streets, Louisville, Ky., were burnt
on the morning of the 14th -loss
$53,000. Another destructive fire oc?
curred the same evening.
Letters from Japan state that tho
ironclad vessel'built in America for
the Tycoon is a failure. The Japan?
ese engineer who purchased her com?
The New York Post thinks the cor?
ruption ami iniquity of the Indian
bureau is quite as bad as that report?
ed in the negro bureau. Let us at?
tend, however, to the negroes first.
The trial of Col. Jacqnes, for the
seduction and murder of Louisa C.
Williams, is in progress?t Louisville.
On the 14th, the jury returned a ver?
dict of not guilty.
The Louisville Courier reports the
sale of 500 bales of middling cotton,
to be delivered on the 1st of January
next, at thirty cents
The two dollars per bale tax im?
posed on cotton at Memphis by Maj.
Gen. N. J. T. Dana, United States
army, has been ordered by Gen.
Stoneman to be restored.
Illinois now leads in the cattle
trade; producing, as she does, the
largest number and the best beef cat?
tle of any State in the Union.
We gather from the New Orkans
papers that there is considerable
emigration going on from that quar?
ter to Brazil.
A son of Mr. Holloway, Commis?
sioner of Patents at Washington, has
been arrested in Louisville for
Col. Wm. Land, the gallant de?
fender of Fort Fisher, has been elect?
ed Mayor of Norfolk.
Dr. Dixon, Roman Catholic Arch?
bishop of Armagh and Primate ol all
Ireland, died on the 29th ult.
George Ward, the oldest Odd Fel?
low in tho world, died in Preston,
A Richmond paper says there is a
steady tide of emigration of blacks
from that city Northward.
An interesting little sou of Mr. John
Johnson was drowned near Lewis' T.
O., on the 10th.
Gens. Beauregard, John S. Preston
and Wirt Adams are at the New York
The ladies of Prince George County,
Md., are to hold a fair for the relief of
the Southern sufferers, on the 29th.
There were soveu deaths from sui?
cide in Cincinnati last week.
Six persons were burned to death
at a fire in New Orleans on Saturday.
TORT OF CHARLESTON, MAY 17.
Steamship Adele, Hall, Baltimore.
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Kalorama, Donkin, Baltimore.
VV FOR CHARLESTON.
Sehr. Dan. Smith, Garwood, Boston, 12th.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, May 15.- Floor has declined
10@20c., selling at $7.50?$15.75. "Wheat
has declined 2(??4c. Corn tpriet, at 82@85c.
Beef steady. Pork heavv; meda 30@31c.
Lard steadv, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cotton firm;
sales 1,400 bales, at 34@35c. Gold $1.2'.);.
BALTIMORE, Mav 15.-Wheat steady. Corn
dull, selling at 85~@8Gc. Oats firm. Flour
quiet. Provisions firm.
NEW ORLEANS, May 12.-Cotton in fair
. demand- sales of 1.500 bales low middling,
at 33(QuJ4c. To-dav'H receipts, 700 bales.
Pmk, ?Z^e. Ooh1., 129. Sterling easier, *t
140. New York sight j premium.
CINCINNATI, May 14.-Flour dull and
prices still nominal to a great extent; super?
fine, offered at email@example.com, and extra $10@10J.
Wheat dull, at $2r$2.40. Coru unchanged
andettady, at 58c. Demand moderate for
rye, at 80(t?85c. Whiskey dull, at $2.21.
Mess pork held at 131. Lard dull, but un?
changed; holders are not disposed to take
less than 22c. Bacon firm-shoulders,
13^13$; sides, 1G4; clear sides, 18$@19.
Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, May 15, 1H66.
Present-His Honor thc Mayor, Alder
derman Alexander, Fisher, Geiger, McDon-1
aid, Niekerson, Stork, Taylor, Walter and
Tho minutes of the last regular meeting
and of tho special meetings of the 7th and
11th instant were read and confirmed.
The accounts of J. A. Selby, for print?
ing, and T. W. Fowler, against the city for
services asnurs? in hospital, were referred
to the Committee on Accounts.
The accounts of J. I). Bateman and A.
R. Taylor agninst the street department
were "referred to that Committee.
The Committed on Accounts reported,
recommending the payment of tho follow?
ing accounts: Hopson & Sutphen against
tho Water Works, $5.00; Hopson A Sutpheu
against the Street Department, $28.00;
Brown & Schirmer against the Street De?
partment, $28.90. The report was received
The Committee on Licenses submitted a
report, recommending that license be
granted the following named persons: Ta?
vern liiipnse -W. C. Strickland and C. Brill:
in quantities not lesa than ono . mart-Pa?
trick Fahey. The Committee also reportda
unfavorably upon the petition of William
Simons, asking permission to transfer his
license to another party; and upon the
petition of Mrs. McElrone, pravin? that
the amount of her unexpired license he
refunded, (sho having discontinued tho
salo of liquor,) they reoommend that the
amount on threo months bo refunded to
her. The report was received and adopted.
Thc account of Mrs. Drennan against the
city for the support of an orphan child for
the past year, amounting to $45, and ac?
count of E. & G. D. Hope against the Alni?
House for the month of April, amounting
to $'27.45, wore, on motion, ordered to be
The Committee of Ways and Means re?
ported that they have examined the raport
I of tho City Clerk for the month ol' Ma y.
! and find the same correct. Report re?
ceived and filed .is information.
The following resolutions wero offered
llesoived. That tho Committee JU Fire
Department he authorized to erect a suit?
able hanging for tho alarm bell.
Resolved, That tho Committee on Alms
House be allowed to compromise with in?
digent applicants for aid, hy allowing a
stipu?ated sum per week, instead of send?
ing them to tho Alms House for support.
On motion. Council adjourned.
J. S. McMAllON, City Clerk.
BUSHELS MIXED CORN
. v'VJV' suitable for feeding stock at
the very low figure of $1.12* per bushel,
sm ks included. C. D. OWENS,
In the roar of old Post Office,
Mav IS 1 Charleston. S. C.
Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
MADAME T. M. RUTJES
IS now prepared to receive Permanent
and Transient BOAH UFRS, at reason?
able rates. May 18 2
THE members of the Comm itt oe ap?
pointed at a recent public meeting to col?
lect proofs is to the burning of Columoia,
in February, 1865, are requested to meet at
the o th co of E. J. Arthur, Esq., at 5 o'clock
p. m. of the 18th instant.
JAMES P. CARROLL, Chairman.
DURING my absence from tho State, I
have appointed Messrs. CALNAN A
KKEUDEB as my attorneys.
May 18 1_' C. VOLGEhy
shafts, two moveable seats, nicely cushion?
ed, and "with or without Pole and Double
Harness; all in porfect order. Tho Wagon
was made by Gower, Cox & Markloy, of
Greenville, S. C., and has only been driven
from Greenville to Columbia. Can bo seen
at Hitchcock'siStables. Apply to Mr. Wm.
Hitchcock, at the stablo, or to Mr. J. L.
Lumsden, Assembly street.
Also, a tine, light, fancy Buggy and Har?
ness, tuew,) and tine, young, gentle, well
broken Harness Horse. Apply to J. L.
LUMSDEN, Assembly street. All the
I above will be sold VERY LOW for cash.
May 18_ _ <;* _
Office A. A. Q. M., Mil. Post of Colum?
bia, D. S. C.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAY 17, ISM.
SEALED proposais will be received at
this oftice, until 12 m. on SATURDAY,
May 2?, 18CC, at which time they will be
.pened, for furnishhig th" Quartermaster
Department, in HUH citr, with OAK and
PINE WOOD, until September 30, 1*00.
Deliveries to bo made at tins office, at
such times and in such quantities as may
be required by the A. A. bj. M. of the Post.
The quantity required monthly will pro?
bably be about twenty cords of pine and
fifteen cords of oak. bidders will state
the price per cord of the kind of wood that
they propose to furnish.
Two good sureties, in the sum of two
hundred (200) dollars cadi, to bc named
in tho bill, will bc required for the faithful
performance of the contract.
Bids deemed unreasonable will bu re?
Proposals must be addressed tn thc
undersigned, and marked, "Proposals for
Payment to bc made by the proper dis
bursiiie officer at the end of everv month.
: THOS. BRITTON,
1st Lieut. Otb U. S. Infantry,
May 18 S Act'g Ass't Quartermaster.
THREE large, commodious and well
aired rooms, situated between Assem?
bly and Main streets, opposite the State
House. Apply to Messrs. Wolfe A Hook,
at my store. " 1). .?. HANI'..
May 17 ti*
PRIVATE BOARD WANTED.
THE undersigned desires to obtaib
BOARD for himself, wife, two chil?
dren (one three years, the other twelve
Ulis of age,) and nurse, in a private
family, where there arc no other boarders.
Will want two good rooms, (furnished or
unfurnished.) For the usual comforts of
a pleasant homo, will pay a reasonable
price. References exchanged. Address
E. R. Do Its KY.
Auditor Charlotte A S. C. 1!. R. Co.
mr Carolinian copy. May bi +:?
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY !
ritHK National Express and Transporta
J. tion Company having finally completed
its Southern through connections from
NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA to
BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, RICH?
MOND, SAVANNAH, CHARLESTON and
all intermediate and adjacent towns a? far
South as Georgia, and also having per?
fected its Western connections, cia the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad over main
roads, to CINCINNATI and ST. LOC1S, is
now prepared to receive
And to transfer the sanie to or from tlie
places designated, and all intermediate
points, as efficiently, expeditiously and
cheaply as can be done by any other Ex
pi em Company.
Offices are also opened m MOBILE and
NEW ORLEANS, and in a few day? the
Conmanv will run through, ria MONT?
GOMERY, to these places.
.1. E. JOHNSTON, President.
B. F. FICKLIN, General Superintendent.
111IE undersigned has associated him?
self with THOMAS ft. AGNEW, of New
York, underthe timi <>f J. ,v !'. R. AGNEW,
for the purpose of conJucting a Hardware
and Grocery Business, in their now store,
corner of Main and Plain streets, Columbia,
S.C. In addition to ?. well-selected stock
of Hardware, Paints, oils. Window Glass,
Ac. they will kee)) constantly unhand a
choice assortment of Family Groceries,
comprising every article usually kept in a
first-class grocery establishment, which
will be s..ld at moderate priers, and to
which they solicit thc attention of the citi?
zens of Columbia and the surrounding
country. JOHN Ai.NEW.
COLVHBIA, s. C.. May 12, IKtit?.
rilliE undersigned, having completed
JL their arrangements for the manufac?
ture Of tile bes! COTTON Ol NS ever lnude
in this country, arc now prepared to re?
ceive orders from planters and others
wishing to purchase. The l"ng established
and well known reputation of Elliott's
Cotton (lins will, we hone, be a sufficient
guarantee that the article will give entire
satisfaction. J. M. ELLIOTT A. Co.,
May lil 2mo Winhsboro, S. ft
J. L. LUMSDEN.
Corner Ixidg and Assembly streets,
I IT THOLES ALE and retail dealer in thc
I Vf b. st imported BRANDIES,* ALE,
! WINES, RUM,GIN,Ac. inthcBuratta h< d
! will always be found tho finest Liquors and
Cigars, Champagne on Ice, Ale on Draught,
Ac, Ac., and a polite steward and Bar?
keeper. Mav ll -fimo
O. H. BALDWIN,
DEALER IN FIRST CLASS
?GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
A T /'Ol'TLA li PR TC ES.
Corner Main and Washington strut*.
COLUMBIA. S. C. May 13 Imo
IJMGHT FINE MI LES. Applv at this
li office Maj 13
Pounds fine Fresh Yellow May Butter.
JUST received and for Hale at
May 17 2 JANNEY & TOLLESONU
n m MY,
And fdr Sale Cheap !
rA BOXES TOBACCO--choice grades.
OKJ IO '? " -low
10,000 SEO ABS -genuino Rio Hondo.
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS a to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret
10 doz. Lemon Syrup.
10 hhls. Bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Coru "
75 bbls. Flour.
800 bushels Corn.
50 kits Mackerel.
50 bids. CollVe Sugars.
25 common Brown Sugars.
.25 bugs Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines.
Hld " Herrings.
JANNEY & TOLLESON.
Ipr ROLLS 5 and 6 quarter CANTON
O MATTING white and red checked.
150 pieces PRINTS-cheap.
20(1 " BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Suppers,
i 5 bales Brown Shirtings. For salo cheap.
_May IC TOLLESON & JANNEY.
j_ AT *
Wholesale & Retail.
2pr PIECKS POPLINS DE PARIS,
?j 20 " FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pieces EmbroidM and Plain Be rages.
10 " French Wasambique.
:?O " Borage Anglais, at 37? 7d.
50 " Chafiies-very pretty" 37? 7d.
25 " French Prints.
200 " Fancy "
20(1 " Lawns and Jaconets.
Just received, a fine assortment nf SEA?
SIDE HATS. WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, 6-4 Black De Laine.
S-4 black and White Berage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliant.-.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'u and Linen Cults and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
.200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 .. 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bah s 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery all prices and qualities.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, ?Vc., for gent's wear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
20 cases Ladies' Bootees.
1(1 " Slippers.
Kl .? lien's Congress Boots.
Ul " Lasting Shoes.
lo " " and Leather rumps.
Alargo stock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed. (
(tent's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
Ki.(Kio Colored and White Envelopes.
Foolscap, Nott and Letter Paper.
Large stock ot' Clothing.
T0LLES0JSJ d' JANNEY.
BBLS. Choice Irish POTATOES, Bbls.
Split Peas, Beaus, Pearl Barley, Keek?
er's Farina, Duryea's Maizena, Crusse &
Blackwell's London Mustard, Quarter and
Half Boxes Sardines. Raisins, Citron. Mae
caroni, VermiceHa, ? !hoice Black and Oreen
Teas, Prime Coffee, Pickles in Jars, and tor
sale by the d< '/en or hundred. Soap, Starch,
Fig P>lue, (?live( )il, Canned Peaches,Toma?
toes, Pepper Sauce, Walnut and Tomato
Catsup.-, London club Sauce, Worcester?
shire Sauce, Yeast Powders, Cooking Soda,
I Flavoring Extracts. Baker's Chocolate,
i Ginger, Ki pper and Spices, English Dairy
I Cheese, Soda Biscuit, Sugar, Butter, Oys
' ter and Boston Crackers, Mackerel in
I whole, half, quarter barrels and kits, also
at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to mir stock now- on the way and
being daily received, and which will hr
j sold at moderate prices hv
I Mav 1". . J. .V t. R. AGNEW.
SHOULDERS AMI BACON.
IEST received, barrels SUPERIORNEW
YORK SUGAR ( EKED H AMS, at 22Jc.
SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST STRIPS,
1 BALTIMORE CITY CURED HAMS,
I PRIME LEAF LARD. For sale by
1 Mav Ki J - A T. R. AGNEW.
BEES MUSCOVADO SUGARS, 8 poumb
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pound?
A complete assortment or Crushed an?
Relined SUGARS. For sale at low ratet
: hv J A T. R. AGNEW.
BARRELS CHOICE I'AM IIA
IUI J FLOUR.
20 Barrels Becki r's Self-raising ELol Ii
.lu>t received and for sale by
^ May Ki J. ? T. R. AGNEW.
Hay & Corn!
I i \? \ BALES BRIME HAY.
II H f l.ooo bushels PRIME CORN.
.1 ust received and for sale by
May Kl J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
Bolting Cloths, Scythes and Grail
Fl ST received a complete assortment o
Genuine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths
Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Grail
Cradles, which w? offer at low figures.
May 15 3. A- T. R. AGNEW.
VEE persons: who have not paid for thei
INTERNAL REVENUE LICENS1
i mus! do so immediately, <>r the penaltie
ill be enforced against all defaulter:
trthwith. W. A. HARRIS, Collector.
uh Office Court House Square.
Auction Sale of Public Aiiimals.
TO be sold, in front of tho College Cam
pun. at Columbia. S. C.. at 10* a. m
on SATURDAY, May 26,1866,
Sixtoen (IC) MULES.
Fifteen (15) HORSES.
Terms cash, in United States currency.
By order Brevet Lt. Col. A. W. THOMAS.
(Signed,) THOMAS BRITTON,
1st Lieut. Cth U. S. Infv, A. A. O. M.
May 18 *
THE Graniteville Manufacturing Com
pany having determined to change
their style of Goods and make FINE
CLOTHS, offer, and will sell at auction, at
Graniteville, on FRIDAY, 1st of Jun.-,
their entire MACHINERY of nine thou?
sand one hundred and twenty spindles and
its preparation, all in good order, and now
running on Sheetings, Shirtings and Drills,
of No. 14 Yarn. Consists of :
1 Mason's Willow,
2 Whiting's Pickers,
2 English Breaker Pickers, Walker A
Hacking. Manchester, England,
3 English Finisher Pickers, Walk.tr A
Hacking, Manchester, England,
54 Mason's Breaker Cards,
0? " Finisher "
('? Mason's Railway Heads,
4 " Drawing Frames,
14 Hill's Geared Speeders, forty spinales
1 Card Grinder,
43 Mason's Wart? Ring Traveler Spinning
Frames, 120 spindles each,
33 Mason's Filling Ring Traveler Spin?
ning Frames, 120 spindles each,
ti Mason's Spoolers, 48 spindles each,
s .. Warpers, drop wire,
lo " Dressers,
236' " yard-wide Looms,
Warping Spools, Reeds, Harness, Ac.
Parties wishing to purchase had better
conic and examine wlrile the machinery is
Tho machinery will be boxed and deli?
vered at the South Carolina Railroad De?
pot bv the Company.
Terms cash. WILLIAM GREGG,
Pres't Graniteville Manufacturing Co.
May 15 tutbj
RICHLAND IN EQUITY.
LEVIN A PEIXOTTO, Auctioneers.
David Jacobs vs. M. Goodwin, Adm's, Kate
Goodwin et al.
IN pursuance of the order of the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell, be?
fore the Court House at Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in June next, all that lot
of LAND, with the buildings thereon, in
tin; city of Columbia, containing one-half
acre, more or less, situated on Richlainf
street, and bounded on the North by J. C.
Dial's lot, East by Dr. Cuthbert, South by
Richland sn ?et and West by lot of Celia
Mane or Ben. Delano.
Terms of salo cash. Purchasers to pay
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
May 8 *9
SPEAKING of'"Household Words," Josh
thinks Sugar and Plums ave much
sweeter and better household words, and
a good deal less Greekish than Sozodont:
because every little lisping child and some
big ones, too can cry aloud for SUGAR
PLUMS. Sugar Plums for worms. Death
to worms. Life, health and joy to children.
Get a box of Sugar Plums for worms at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
May 1 Family Drug Store.
RICARD'S TRUE SPECIFIC,
riMIE French Remedy, for the permanent
I cure of gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture,
and affections of "thc kidneys and urethra,
swelling of the glands, seminal weakness,
obstruction and incontinence of urine.
Tarrant's Cubebs and Copaiba.
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Philotoken, or Female's Friend.
Liver Invigorator, Cod Liver Oil.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syrups.
Maccaboy Snuff, Elixir of Bark.
Colognes", Pomades, Musk. For sale at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
May 4 Pharmaceutists.
BARBERS' DRESSING COMBS.
Razor Straps, Toilet Mirrors.
Hair Brushes, Pocket Combs.
Military Shaving Soap, Shaving Cream.
Cloth Brushes, Pocket-books.
Italian Violin Strings.
French Buffalo Combs.
Genuine Lubin's Extracts.
Lubin's Rose Soap.
Fine Odorous Extracts, Bath Soap. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
May 4 Old Stand, Main street.
HAVANA 8EGARS-50 brands.
COD LIVER OIL.
i Bitter Wine of Iron.
' Velvet Bottle Corks.
! Early and Late Cabbage Seed.
Dentists' Gobi and Tin Foil,
i Golden Bell Cologne.
Lubin's Rose Toilet Powder.
Choicest Cologne Water. ForJsale bv
FISHER A HEINITSH,
j April ll Druggists.
! WORMS! PLUMS! WORMS!
SUGAR PLUMS: for worms, Sugar Plums;
For worms, take the Sugar Plums;
A safe and sure cure. Plums for worms*
Children take them with delight,
i To put the worms to dreadful fright.
! For sale at FISHER A HEINITSH'S.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Itch Liniment ! !
HPHE great remedy at last for the ITCH.
1. This LINIMENT will cure in a few ap?
plications. It is perfectly clean, and free
, from offensive and dirty grease. A very
pleasant remedy, and a restorer of very
I nappy feelings. AU who are annoyed with
1 this "disease will use tb.- Liniment. For
?ale onlv at FISHER A HEINITSH'S
! April":! Drug Store.
A Beautiful Complexion.
l! FOR THE COMPLEXION.
j- rilliE mos- elegant preparation for the
X complexion. Removes spots, pits, ble
? mi-bes, pimples, freckles, tan and redness
of thc skin, and all excoriations and rough -
' ness produced by rough winds, chapped
'lips and hands, "lt softens thc skin and
renders tho skin fair and beautiful. A
- I beautiful complexion is thc admiration of
j everyone. Try a bottle. For sale by drug
1. ? gist s everywhere.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO..
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia.
FISHER S HEINITSH,
March ll Agents, Columbia, S. C.