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Orfrat or tlic I-lbrmli.
SAN FKANCIKCO, May 10.-Thc Imperial
Oonsnl has received official despatches, via
Acapulco, announcing that tho Liberals,
after their defeat at Michoacan, ehdeavor
.d to rally, but were suppressed and com?
pletely routed. The occupation of Tarris
tora by the Imperials is officially reported.
WASHINGTON, May 18.-In the Senate, to?
day, Mr. Sumner presented tho petition of
sundry colored citizens, asking that the
second clause of the ponding constitu?
tional amendment be stricken ont, and one
substituted for it, declaring that no Con
grpssmen from the S%uth be allowed to sit
in the House of Representatives who is not
chosen by at least Jialf the lesa! men
without regard to color. He also present?
ed a petition for tho?ria) of Jefferson Davis
by a court-martial. In connection with
this, ho said that tho trial of Davis at Rieh
mond, at the present time, would be one of
those great comedies which would here
after excite tho derision of the world. The
petition was referred to tho Committee on
Military Affairs. .
The business of tho House, to-day, was
mainlv confined to the consideration of the
tax bill. ^
HONORS TO TUE MEMORY OF JACK?
SON.-At Staunton, on the l()th, the
soldiers' graves were decorated with
flowers. A procession was formed,
and all tho carriages in the whole
county wore placed at the disposal of
those unable to walk. The bells
tolled, and the band played a funeral
march as tho procession moved slowly
to the church. At the door the rem?
nants of tl?e Stonewall Brigade form
eel in line, while the women ami chil?
dren passed into the church. After
the singing and speaking was over,
the procession reformed aud marchod
to the cemetery, where every grave
was decorated with flowers. Each
mourner thought of tlic loved and
lost as they reverently laid the bright
flowers on tho lowly graves. In the
sacred presence of the dead all bitter
feeling was forgotten, and tho graves
of several Federal soldiers buried
there were not neglected. During
tho tlay all places of business were
closed, as were all schools, even in?
cluding those of thefreedmen's Bu?
reau. At every corner negroes were
stationed, either with baskets of
boqueta and wreaths, or wagons lite?
rally filled with flowers, sent in from
the country for those who had either
ueglecteei or been unable to obtain
them.-Cor. Ballimure Gazette.
THE GERMAN DIFFICULTY.-The
troubles lr. Europe have again as?
sumed a warlike attituele; now, how?
ever, not so much between Austria
md Prussia as between Austria ami
italy. The diplomatic discussions
b?tween Austria and Prussia conti?
nue; Austria still elemanding the dis?
armament of Prussia, and Prussia
each time the demand is made again
refusing. Meanwhile, each refusal
engenders bad feeling, and the miner
Gjerman States are gradually ilrawing
mete closely to Austria. Prussia has
elenauded the tlisarniament of Bava?
ria and Saxony, but they, being in
the Austrian interest, have refused.
Bot between Austria ami Italy a sutl
elea breeze has sprang up. Thc peo?
ple of Italy have suddenly raised a
great outcry for war, and they endea?
vor to push their Government for
wtrd. The people hold enthusiastic
war meetings; the Italian Parliament
lias unanimously restilved that every
preparation should be made for war;
and the design on all sides is to pre?
cipitate a conflict with A?tria, with
?.h.? object, of course, of seizing Ve
CHOPS IN ALABAMA.-The Mobile
Advertiser, in its commercial review
of the 11th, gives a very gloomy ac?
count of the prospects of the cotton
crop in that State:
"On a recent trip to Montgomery,
we were sorry to see that the pros?
pects for a good cotton crop were not
promising. From Dick's Store, by
way of Cubihatchee to Montgomery,
there were only two or three planta?
tions on the roatl upon which there
are gooel stantls. The farmers were
generally replanting, aud in many
cases; planting over. Complaints of
bael stands are general, and the young
i plan ts still dying out.
Y '.Upon our return, we passed
through a small portion of the prai?
ries of Montgomery County, and were
pleased to see the farmers iu the black
lauds are more fortunate, and have
good stands. Corn is decidedly more
promising, in excellent order, and
-? ? ? ?
EX-PRESIDENT DAVIS' TRIAL.- A
Washington despatch to the New
York Herald, of the 15th, says:
"lt is understood that Chief Jus?
tice Chase bas consented to preside
over a court at Richmond for the trial
of Jeff. Davis, on condition that the
President will issue? a proclamation,
which is said to be already prepared,
abrogating martial law so far as the
United States District Court of Vir?
ginia is concerned, which the Presi?
dent is perfectly willing to do."
Tho Juarez Mexicans of Washing?
ton are very bitter on Santa Anna.
They denounce him as a French spy,
ami hope that he will be h ung as such
whenever he gets to the Juarez capi?
An officer of the Baltimore ami
Philadelphia Railroad was arrested,
and forced to give bail for his ap
pearauce at. court, for ejecting two
neg" > women from the huhes' room nt
the Baltimore depot.
THE GREAT DEFEAT OF THE REBELS
CN CHINA.-The following is a faller
account of the defeat of the rebels in
China, briefly reported a few days
"The successes of the Imperialists
ia the North-east of Kwang Tung,
which we recorded recently, have
taken tho shape of a more complete
victory even than we anticipated.
The entire body of rebels, under the
lead of the Kaug Wang, numbering
some 50,000, and forming the last
residuum of the Taipings, have been
either slaughtered or taken prison?
ers. About 20,000 perished in a con?
flict listing two entire days-the 8th
and 9th ultimo-and the remainder
have surrended themselves to the
Imperial commanders. The latter
have already commenced the work of
disbanding their troops, while the
civil authorities are busy with ar?
rangements for dispersing the prison?
ers with whom, to the number of up?
wards of 30,000, they find themselves
burdened. The victorious general,
P'uo Ch'ao, has already left for Har
kow, where ho is to take tho field
against tho Nien Fei. This success
wiping out the last trace of the
Taiping rebellion-will, no doubt, be
peouliarly gratifying to the Pekin
this head ure som?; weeks since saw
an account of a female child born in
some place out West, whoso head was
entirely devoid of hair except at the
back, where was a waterfall of jet
black hair seven inches long. Shortly
after we saw the same thing as hap?
pening in a Northern village, and re?
cently when the news had had time to
travel that far, a South Carolina
paper notices the birth in al?
most the samo words, as having oc?
curred in that city. Next we expect
to hear of it as having occurred in
Atlanta or Montgomery, as the news
reaches those cities.
lt is about time to put a stop to
thc travels of this "bald-headed gal
baby." She is "born again" a little
too much and too often for either
philosophy or theology.-Exchange.
The demand for petroleum in Eu?
rope alone, for the year 1800, is esti?
mated at 90,000,000 gallons. Thc
consumption in 1K(>4 was 30,000,00C
gallons, against 10,000,000 in 18G2.
There is also a brisk demand for it ir
every country in the world that hal
learued the value of artificial light,
and of machinery.
COM3IKKCIAL AND FINANCIAL..
NEW YORE, 3lav 17. Flour baa decline?
10@15c. Southern, 10.65^10.75. \Vhoai
lias declined 20ch: Com dull, at 80?82ic.
yellow Southern. 85c. Beef steady. ?'orl
firm-mess, $firstname.lastname@example.org. bard linn, at l?kfj
22^e. Sugar dull. Naval stores quiet
Cotton linn sales of 1,200 bales, al 35<Vj
36c. Gold, 12'.);.
I BALTIMOKE, May 17. Flour very dull
Wheat dull. Corn lirni white, 85(f?86c.
yellow. 83fij}84c. Oats. G2tT4(j3c. Provision!
dull. Sugar steady. Whiskey dull Penn
sylvania, $2.25; Western, $2.20'..
POUT, OF CHARLESTON, MAY 19.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, vi;
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah
WENT TO SKA YESTERDAY.
Steamer General Custer, Harris, Baltimon
British hark Eureka, Smith, Liverpool.
Hark Marathon, Drisko, Havana.
Brig C. W. Bing, Scott, Baltimore,
lirif? Josie A. Devereaux, Baltimore.
Sehr. Lilly, Francis, New York.
THF. Committee appointed hy tho chi
' /..-ns of Columbia to collect testimony con
j cerning the burning of the city in Feb
j mary, 1865, request all persons, mor
j particularly those at a distance, who hav
knowledge of facts relating thereto, t
I send affidavits, as soon as possible, to th
undersigned. JAMES P. CARROLL,
I May 20 Chairman.
In addition lo our large stock ol'
DRY GOODS !
We. have r<.ned. THIS DAY, a
NEW SUPPLY OF GOODS
AMONG them may be found Ibo follow
in^' articles, vi/:
Whit., and < lolored French Brilliants.
Black Mini Colored CREPE M Kit KT/..
M-l White and Black BERAGES and TA
j M KUTI N KS, for Shawls.
Swiss und Jacou. t Edgings and Bands.
Linen Collars and Cuffs.
Heal Luce Setts.
Damask Dovlies and Napkins.
Ti .wellings,'Table-clot hs.
Table and Piano < Vivers.
Ribbons of every description.
Ami nu melons other articles, too todiou
I to mention; all of which wc offer i< 'i sale a
Our Usual Low Rates !
HST Thallium, the public tor their pai
patronage, we most respectfully solicit
call fi om all.
R. C. SHIVER VV. M. BECKHAM
CHOICETOSHEN BITTER !
JUST received, per steamer, a supply of
choice MAY BUTTER-extra nice. For
sale low by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
CRATES of straw WRAPPING TAPER.
Bales of COTTON TWINE. Just re?
ceived and for sale at STANLEY S.
May 20 _______
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
THE undersigned have been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. "They have
Powder Proof Locks, and the lock? and
bolts aro protected with flat? of hardened
stool, which is thc only protection against
the burglars drill and thc insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Safes liavc no superior in
quality, they arc furnished at moderate
prices'-at least 25to 33.1 per cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while the
quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safo can bc seen at our store,
and orders will be taken at New York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
AT COST !
rilHE subscriber, wishing to close out
_L his stoek of MILLINERY, ofTers the
remaining lot ?d' Ladies1 Hats. Bonnets
and Bonnet Frames al ORIGINAL COST.
He also has an assortment of French Plow?
ers, which he will sell low . Purchasers arc
requested to give, him a call, as bargains
can bo bad. C. P. JACKSON.
May 20 1
ALOT on Plain street, between Marion
and Bull; ??gilt SQUARES in ile
South-east portion of tho city; and lift.\
acres of PINE LAND, two miles of ( '..lum
bia. For terms, ap).Iv to Col. P. \V. Me
Master or to J. McF. GASTON.
HERRING'S Patent Champion Pire
burglar. Powder and Hamp Pron
' SAFES for sale. The only sure protectioi
from tire, i can furnish these Safes, al
sizes, at manufacturer's pricers. Creigh
added. J. li. KINARD, Agent,
May P.I 2mo Columbia, S. C.
; Look at This !
. rnil E I, AR( IE ST, N EATEST and Cl 1 EAP
JL EST LOT of SPRING, SUMMER am
1 MOURNING CALICOES wm be r.umd at
Assembly street, near new Market.
Ladies will do well to call and cxainin
them before purchasing elsewhere.
t Farm near Columbia. S. C., for Sale
MTHIS FARM is situated about tu
miles from the city, in the imm?diat
vicinity of Karhamville. The tra.
; consists of about sixty (00) acres, part .
' it in oak wood. On it is a comfort al >1
DWELLING HOUSE containing 5 roonn
pantry and piazzas a good Kitrhen an
; all necessary out-buildings. This is a pie;
. saut residence for a family during th
? summer months, being one of the mo:
" healthy situations in the State. There
a never-failing spring of water near tl
dwelling, with a milk-house attached, an
shaded with lofty trees. The preset
owner will sell this property, with tl
standing Furniture, for $800 cash. Add rei
- "S. T. P.," Columbia, S. C. May 19 sins
1 Boot and Shoe Store
J. & A. OLIVER
_, _ HAYING opened their ?
]W\ NEW STORE, on Mainfl
street, would most rc- P
^Oh^sp.-ctfully invite the attenta
of their friends and thu public to thc tine
" assortment of LADIES' SHOES ev
brought to Columbia, consisting of I.adi.
English Kid Congress Gaiters, badi.
English Kid bootees. Ladies' English La>
- mg Balmorals, Ladies' Kid Heeled Sh
e pers, Ladies' Kid Heeled buskins. Misai
,. Kid Slippers and bootees, Children's, ai
Infants' Kid Shoes; all of which will
sold as cheap as good shoes can bc sol
e but not at New York prices. We d..i
know how thc thing is don.-, but if we ev
find out, our customers shall nave thc I
netit of thc discoverv.
Ttl HOPE'S STATION,
May 19 2* Main stn . i.
, i GIBBES & HUGGINS,
I EXCHANGE B?lOKEft
RISKS against Fire taken in the folio
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY
NATIONAL COMI 'A N Y.
i New York.
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY.
I METROPOLITAN COMPANY,
! New York.
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY,
EXCHANGE on New York and Charl
ton bought ami sold; dealers in Stock
Bonds, ?S;c. The highest pri?e pani
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBPS, GEO. HUGG1?
Office Plain street, Columbia, S. C.
May li? :tm.
" PRIVATJT_?)A10) WANTED.
rilHE undersigned desire-, to >>l>t;
I BOARD for himself, wife, two cl
dren (one three years, thc other two
months of age,) and nurse, in a prb
family, where lhere are no other board.
Will want two good rooms, (furnislti .1
unfurnished.) Por the usual eomforU
:i pleasant home, will pay a reamonn
price. References exchanged. Addres
E. ll. DORSEY,
Auditor Charlotte & S. C. K. K. Cn
9ST Carolinian copy. Maj It? 1
s ! -
.t ! Stearn Engines for Sale.
1 T WW IE Granite vi Ile M a nil tar I uring C. un
, 1 ny offer at private sate TH KEE l i
? STEAM ENGINES ono of 70 horse pow
it one of 40 horse power, marly m?, nm
a 10horse power, new, rmt been used, lt
sold before .lune 1, will M disposed ni
I. auction, with the factory machinen
May Pl m tiri WM. GREGG, pres i
THE undersigned has associated him?
self with TH( ?MAS lt. AGNEW, of New
York, under the finn of J: A T. R. AGNEW,
for the purpose of conducting a Hardware
and Grocery Business, in their new store,
corner of Main and Plain streets, Columbia,
S. C. In addition to a well-selected stock
of Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
Ac. they will keep constantly on hand a
choice assortment of Family Groceries,
comprising every article usually kept in a
first-class grocery establishment, which
will be ts..bl at moderato prices, and to
which they solicit the attention of thc citi?
zens of Columbia and the surrounding
country. JOHN AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 12. 1866. May 13
BBL*. Choice Irish POTATOES, Bbls.
Split Peas. Beans, Pearl Barley, Hock?
er's Farina, Duryea's Maizena, Crosse &
Blackwell's London Mustard, Quarter and
Half Boxes Sardines, Raisins, Citron, Mac?
earon!, Vcrmicella., Choice Black and Green
Teas, Prime Coffee, Pickles in Jars, and for
I sale bv the dozen or hundred, Soap, Starch,
Fie; Blue, Olive Oil, Canned Peaches, Toma?
toes. Pepper Sauce, Walnut and Tomato
Catsups, Loudon Club Sauce, Worcester?
shire Sauce. Yeast Powders, Cooking Soda,
Flavoring Extracts. Baker's Chocolate,
Ginger, Pepper and Spices, English Dairy
Cheese, Soda Biscuit. Sugar, Butter, Oys?
ter and Boston Clackers, Mackerel in
whole, half, quarter barrels and kits, also
at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to our stock now on the way ami
!.? ile; daily received, and which will be
sold :,\ moderate prices bv
Mav ir. .1. A f. h. AGNEW.
Il SI' received, barrels SUPERIOR NEW
Y< IRK SUGAR CURED II AMS. at 22*c.
A i .s* ?,
Silt d' LI >ERS,
SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST STRIPS,
BALTIMORE CITY CURED ll AMS.
PRIME LEAF LARD. For sah- bv
Mav Ut J. A T. IL AGN'EW.
I>BLS MUSCOVADO SUGARS, 8 pounds
> for il.
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS. 7 pounds
\ i - . i,
A complete assortment of Crushed and
Refined SUGARS. For sale at low rates bv
Ma\ 1:1 J. ,\ T. R. AGNEW. '
LOO U,:-,:i;iS ' I'AMll.Y
2tl Barrels Heele r's Self-raising FLOUR.
Just ii ci ni d and tor sale hy
May l:t J. ,v T. R. AGNEW.
Hay & Corn!
1 i \i \ BALES PRIME HAY.
Ll tVf 1,'MMI bushels PRIME CO KN.
.Iii-t received and for sale hy
Maj Ul J. A T. U. AGNEW.
Bolting' Cloths, Scythes and Grain
JUST n ci ived a complete assortment ol
< li miine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths,
Griffin's (?rain Scythes and Superior Grain
Cradles, which We oller at low ligures.
Maj 10 J. .'. T. R. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
St Hart's Sugar Loaf S\ rup.
Stuart's Golden Svrup. Just received
?md i'm- sah bv J." A T. R. AGNEW.
A N E W AM;
-hafts, two moveable seats, nicely cushion?
ed, and with or without Pole and Doubli
Harm all in pn-fect order. The Wagoi
was maile by Gower. Cox A Markley, ol
Grocnvilli , S. C.. and has only been driver
j from Greenville to Columbia. Can be seer
at Hitchcock's Stabh s. Applv to Mr. Wm
! Hitchcock, al the stable, or to Mr. J. L
Lumsden, Asst mhb stre. !.
Als,., a tine, light, taney Buggy and Har
! in s-, inew, ) and tine. vonng. gentle, well
I broken Harness Hors'.-. Applv t.. J. L.
! LUMSDEN, Assembly stn i t.' All th.
above will be sohl VER": LOW for cash.
Office A. A. ?.M.. Mil. Post of Colum?
bia. D. S. C..
COLI MB! \. s. i '., M u 17. 1866.
Sr.Al.EI? proposals will he received al
_ this office, until 12 m. on s VT URI)A-*
May 2<i, I sui;, at which time they will bi
opened, for furnishing the Quartermastei
Depart nient, in this city, with o\K am
PINE Wooli until Septem!? r30, I860.
Deliveries t.. b?' made at this office, at
such times and in such quantities as ma\
be icpm, .! hy the A. A. >,'. M. of the Post
Thc quantity required monthly will pro?
bably be about twenty cords of pine ant
fifteen .ord- <.! oak." Bidders will stat,
th.- prie [ii i cord ot th.- kind of wood thal
thc,\ propos* to furnish.
Two -^o..,! sureties, in the sum of lw*
hundred (2nd) dollars ea lo bc name,
m th- hid, ??ll be required for the faithfn
performanc. of ibo contract.
Bills deemed nnrcasonahlo will l?- re
Proposals must be addressed to th.
undersigned, and market. "Proposals foi
I'avment to I" made bj thc proper dis
bursing officer at the end of everv month
b ' I.n ut. nth U. S. Infantry,
Maj 18 s Act'g Ass t Quartermaster.
Lager Beer and Ice Cream Garden
rpi IE subscribo will ..pen his Ice Crean
1 Gard li <>n MONDAY next, when :
FREE Ll N'CH will be s* rved up. He in
t. nil- to k . p constantly on hand ami dis
pens* lo los customers, during the sum
uni. lo Cr* am, Lager Be* i and all othei
iced di inks. lb- respectfully solicits :
shari of patronage. Garden at Iiis pl ac*
on Richardson street, between Richlan.
and Lumber streets. I. G Ul I SH A BER.
May 16 vvsmS*
ri"HE nndersigne*l, having complete.
I their arrangements for tin inanufac
lure of the best ( '< > PT* ?N GINS ever madi
m tin- country, arc iu>\\ prepare?! to re
reive orders from plant?is and ot bert
wishing lo purchase. The long establisbei
and known r* putation of Elliott'.
Cot?, o *ou-- will w?- hone, be a sufficient
quarante, that ile arlii le will give . lilli.
satisfaction. .1 M. ELLIOTT A CO.,
M:i\ 16 2mo Winn iboro, S. C.
And for Sale Cheap !
PT /Y BOX.ES TOBACCO choice gradea.
0\r 10 " " low
10,0008EGARS genuine Rm Hondo.
5,000 " low grades.
20 baies COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret
10 doz. I,onion Syrup.
10 bbl?. Bourbon Whiskey.
'20 " Corn
75 obis. Flour.
800 bushels Corn.
50 kits Mackerel.
50 bbl?. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines.
100 " Herrings.
J ANNE V & TOLLESON.
1 HOLLS 5 and 6 quarter CANTON
1?J MATTING -white and rel . becked.
150 pieces PRINTS cheap.
200 " BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
5o " Lawns and Organdies.
Laiben' Philadelphia Slippers.
5 bales Brown Shirtings. Vor sale cheap.
May 16 TOLLESON & .IANNEY.
Wholesale & Retail.
.)rr PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
_jf > 20 FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plaiti Beragea.
io '. Pr.-nch Wasambique.
3D " Berage Anglais, at 37* 7d.
I 50 " Chalhes very pretty" 37A 7d.
! 2.1 .. French Prints.
200 '. Fancy
200 " Lawns and Jaconets.
Just received, a tine assortment of SEA?
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, C-4 black DeLaine.
8-4 Black and White Berage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Enibroid'd and Linen Cutts and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " S-I0and ll Or. Sheetings.
Bah s 3-4, 7-H and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery all prices and qualities.
' Cloths, Cassimcres, Drap d'Ete.
j Linens. Nankenott, .Vc. for gent's "'ear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ON LY.
I 'M cases Ladles' Bootees.
10 .. '. Slippers.
I 10 lien's Congress Boots.
I IO " Lasting Shoes-,
j 10 " .. and Leather Pumps.
A large stock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
(b ill's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000Colored and While Envelopes.
Foolscap, Note and Letter Paper.
Large ?tock of Clothing.
TOLLESON i? JANNJEY
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY !
; rilHE National Express and Transporta
I JL tion Company having finally completed
its Southern through connections from
i NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA t..
' BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, RICH?
MOND, SAVANNAH, CHARLESTON and
? all intermediate and adjacent town-, as far
South as Georgia, and also having per?
fected its Western connections, r*? the
baltimore and Ohio Railroad over main
roads, to CINCINNATI and ST. Lol ls, is
DOW prepared to receive
1 VALUARLE PACKAGES,
' And to transfer the ?ame to or from the
1 places designated, and all Intermediate
1 points, as efficiently, expeditiously and
1 ( cheaply as can be done by any other Ex
? I press Company.
?I Offices are also opeued in MOBILE and
NEW ORLEANS, and in a few days the
" I Companv will run through. ria MONT
' I GOMERY, ttl these place.-.
. I J. E. JOHNSTON, President.
B. F. FICKLIN, Cn neral Superintendent.
C. H. BALDWIN,
DEALER IN FIRST CLASS
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
; j A r POP ULA li P R HES.
' j Corner Mom and Washington streets,
'j COLUMBIA. S. C. Mav 13 Imo
GRE AT SOUTHE]
LIFE AND ACCIDENT 1
NO. ZI GAK0ND01ET $
GEN. JAMES L0N<
C. WILLIAMS, SEI
$25 WILL INSURE YOU
50 Cents will Purchase a T
$1.25 " " F
2.50 " " T:
5.00 will insure you ONE MO
WEEKLY COMPENSATION IN
j I fTIHlS is the first and oulv institution ol
'j 1 States for the purpose of INSURING
IL insures against accidents of every dei
LY cars, steamboats or other public cor
workshop, factory, on the farm, or in any
riding, walking, hunting, boating, fishing,
bunting or seated by the domestic ti resid?
General Accident Policies issued by tins
payment of a fixed sum per week (from $3
by*accident, not to exceed twenty-six wed
by any form of casualty, t he payment i
friends of the person insured, or party foi
I nder the system adopted by this Coinj
j pelisation only, for death only, or for both
The rates of premium are LESS than in
Mav 19 Imo Office at 1
By JAMES 0. GIBBES.
C. F. HARKI SON, A?CTIONEEB,
I WILL Bell, in front of mv store, TO?
MORROW (Monday) MORNING, the
The following article?:
Marble-top Mahogany Bureau.
Elegant Mahogany Bedstead.
Bedsteads, Tables, Chaira.
Cooking Utensils, Ac.
Lot of Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Slioej.
Boxes Tobacco, ?fcc.
2 Pianos -6j and Gi-octave. May 20
Auction Sale of Public Animals
THO be sold, in front of the College Cam
J. pus, at Columbia, S. C., at 101 a. m.,
on SATURDAY, May 28, 1866,
Sixteen (16) MULES.
Fifteen (15) HORSES.
Terms cash, in United States currency.
By order Brevet Lt. Col. A. W. THOMAS.
(Signed,) THOMAS BRITTON.
1st Lieut. 6th U. S. Infv, A. A. Q/M.
EIGHT FINE MULES. Apply at thia
office. _May 13
SPEAKING of "Household Words," Josh
thinks Sugar and Plums are much
sweeter and better household words, and
a good deal less Greekisb than Sozodont;
because every little lisping child -and some
big ones, too can cry aloud for SUGAR
PLUMS. Sugar Plums for worm?. Death
to worms. Life, health and joy to children.
Get a box of Sugar Plums for worms at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
May 4 Family Drug Store.
RICORDS TRUE SPECIFIC,
THE French Remedy, for the permanent
cure of gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture,
and affection? of the kidneys and urethra,
swelling of the glands, seminal weakness,
obstruction and incontinence of urine.
Tarranfs Cubebs and Copaiba.
Brown*? Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Philotoken, or Female's Friend.
Liv.-r Invigorator, Cod Liver Oil.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syrups.
Mac.-ahoy Snuff, Elixir of Bark,
t '..logues, Pomades, Musk. Fur ?ale at
FISHER & 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.
I French Buffalo Comba.
Genuine Lubin's Extracts.
Lubin's Rose Soap.
Kine Odorous Extracts, BatliSoap. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
May 4 Old ^tand, Main street.
HAVANA S Et LARS -50 brands.
COD LIVER OIL.
I Bitter Wine of Iron.
Velvet Bottle Cork?,
j Early and Late Cabbage Seed.
Dentists' Gold and Tin Foil.
Golden Bell Cologne.
Lubin's Rose Toilet Powder.
Choicest Cologne Water. Forfaale bv
FISHER A HF.INITSH, '
i April ll Druggists.
SUGAR PLUMS: for worms,Sugar Pluma;
For worms, take the Sugar Plums;
I A safe and sure cure, Plums for worina.
I Children take them with delight,
To out the worms to dreadful fright.
? For sale at FISHER A HEINITSH'S.
ITCH'. ITCH! ITCH!
Itch Liniment ! !
THE great remedy at last for the ITCH.
This LINIMENT will cure in a few ap
I plications. It is perfectly clean, and free
! from offensive and dirty grease. A very
i pleasant remedy, and a restorer of verv
I nappy feelings. * All who arc annoyed with
I tins disease will use the Liniment. For
j sale only at FISHER & HEINITSH'S
j April :i Drug Store.
A Beautiful Complexion.
?"CmCASSIAN BLOOM ? "
FOR THF COMPLEXION.
rp HE most elegant preparation for the
' I complexion. Removes spots, pits, ble -
I misbes, pimples, freckles, tau and redness
I of the skin, and all excoriations and rough
j ness produced by rough winds, chapped
i ' lips and hands. "lt softens the skin and
! renders the skin fair and beautiful. A
I beautiful complexion ia the admiration ot
everyone. Try a bottle, for sale by drug
1 giata everywhere.
' JOHN M. MARIS A CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia.
FISHER A HEINITSH,
March ll Agents, Columbia^S^C.
RN and WESTERN
TBEET, NEW OBIEANS
? ST RH ET. PRESIDENT.
ONE YEAR FOR $5.000 ! !
WO DAY TICKET for $5,000.
IVE " " ;
iNTH for $6.000.
CASE OF TOTAL DISABILITY !
f the kind ever organized in the Southern
AGAINST LIFE and ACCIDENT,
icription, whether they ocoor whlk Uleling
iveyance; while engaged in the store, office,
of th. ordinary occupations of life; whether
, engineering, surveying, railroading, steam -
Company secure to the person insured thc
to $50) during the time hu may be disabled
;s for any one accident; and in case of death
ufa lixe.l sum (from $5(10 to $10,000) to the
whose benefit the policy is issued,
.any. persona may be insured for weekly cuui
any other class of insurance, in proportion
\. Bf. RHETT, Agent District Nc. 23,
la?aban A Warley's, Washington Street.