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A.GBlCTJt.TUKAii.-rwA mixture o? lar?I
and kerosene oil-rather more lani
thau oil-well mixed and thoroughly
rubbed into tho.hair of cattle once or
twice is recommended a? a oertain
cure for lice. Tho ivmedy is a cheap
ono.and worth a trial. This is just,
the season for testing its efficacy,
A writer in tho Country Gembtnuin
says "tho gapes in chickens; can be
cured by passing the tip of a feather
dipped in spirits of turpentine into
the .small opening of the windpipe
and giving it a turn or two." As the
gapes are generally fatal there eran be
no objection *0 trying this remedy.
To provid?^yourself with abundant
matter for shame and repentance-act
under the influence of passion.
? BEG respectfully to in?
form my friends and the pub?
lic goi.crally, that I have suc?
ceeded in making arrange?
ment*, enabbng mo to ofter inducements to
those- in want of Mechanical work, (Vul?
canite base,) Gold, Surer or Platina, fall
and ascertain conditions. Office Taylor
street, opposite the Park, ono block from
Mainstreet. Du. GEO. SMITH.
May 1_ Imo*
K. & W. ft SWAFFIELI),
HATE inst received thc FINEST AS?
SORTMENT ot READY-MADE
CLOTHING brought to this city sim e thc
war. comprising every shade ol'
MELTON BUSINESS SUITS.
FRENCH SILK MIXTURES,
FLNE SILK LINED FROCK COATS,
SLACK DOESKIN PANTS, ETC.. ETC..
Mudo iu a style superior to the BEST CUS?
TOM TRADE GARMENTS.
MSSIHERES VXD TWEEDS,
ALL WOOL, at prices to snit all. We have
over ONE HUNDRED different pieces ?.f
CASSIMERES, which we will sell at unusu?
ally LOW RATES.
Wo are prepared to CUT and SHRINK,
to order, or MAKE UP. in the most fashion?
These GOODS were bought wliSn thc
market was at its lowest ebb, and will bu
sold low. Call and sec.
We also h;1.ve
H A T S
of everv description. DRIVING, DEKBY.
SARATOGA, RESORTE and other popu?
lar stylos. Call if you wish to soc sonic
ultra styles of HATS at very low figures.
We have determined to
THIS SPRING-buying for cash enabling
us to do so. Call and look through our
STOCK and be convinced.
Pt. & W. C. SWAFFIELI).
DRUGS MTI?DKHIS !
/ 1 UM ASSAFOTIDA.
UT BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'S POWLEBs.
CROTON OIL, MORPHIA.
Gum Opium, Quinine.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pints.
Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Holloway's Worm Confect i \. .
Winslow's Soothing Hvrup.
Wright's Pills, Brandie: hs Fill. .
Ayer's Pills, Harli m Oil.
German Horse Powder,
barber's Horse Powder.
Tarrants Aperient, Tarran t's Cubebs.
I'hilotoken, Batchelor'.- Hair Dye.
Marchita Catholicou, Pain Killer.
Sand ford's Liver Invigorate!-.
Av? r's Cherry Pectoral.
MeMunn's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone
. 'ream Tartar, English Mn>tail.
Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup,
si rawberry Sy. up.
Fxtract Leinon, Extract Vanilla.
I-1 SHER A HELNITSH, Druggist*
At thc old stand. Main sir, el
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every on.. Noone
possessing this rich gift and attribun
of health and attraction would exchange i:
for the wealth of thc Ladies. \'ei how
many suffer their skin to become rollah
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the face. The elli
CASSIAN 15LOOM removes all spots aad
blemishes, tan, freckles.pimples, blotches,
and impart? a beautiful complexion.
attractive in woman.
For salo bv druggists evervwhen .
FISHER A HE1NITS??, Agents.
.IOHN M. MARIS A co.. Phi] ,,|'a
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Itch liniment ! 1
FTIHE great remedy at hist for thc ITCH.
1 This LINIMENT will ( ure in a few ap?
plications. lt is perfectly clean, and free
from offensive and dirty grease. A very
pleasant remedy, and a restorer ni ver\
happy feelings. ' All tvho arc annoyed with
this disease will Use the Li ll i me I i. Fol
sale only at FISHER .\ IIEINITSH'S
April 3 Drug ,st,,i,..
COLUMBIA, MAS lit?, isc.;.
rilHE attention of all citizens and rei.
JL dont? of the city of Columbia is called
to tho following r?solution, adopted l<v thc
Board of Health, al a meeting hcld"lhis
Jiesolved. That tho citizen*be requested
tr? remove immediately from their premises
all trash, etc., which may endanger the
?;eneral health, and place tho same in
leaps in thc streets, that it may be re?
moved bj- the city carts, on andaft?r Tues?
day next, preparatory to tia? visit of the
Ward Coniniitlers of the Board ol Health,
c-n Kat urda v, the 9th proximo.
j. s. MCMAHON
Mat Sn Sorrel ?nv of the Rosie.
BUTTER ! BUI TER R BUTTER ! !
CfHOICE COU? TRY BUTTER, al 40
J cents per mm ld.
.Choice GOSHES BUTTER, at t>0 couta
Just received, and loi- salet?y
May 29 J. & T. 1!. AGNKW.
l%\ (?lAIA'S! CHAINS!
JUST received and for salo low, rcJG pair
Straight and Twi-tcd Traet^CHxmS.
Als<>, p- complote assortment of Tongue
\X heint), Luck Cbaius. Breast Chain?. Stay
? Chains, Fifi li Cl iain*, with und without
? stretch* rs?, CoiS chain. Halter Chains,
Jack Chain-. .Vc. .1. .\ T. I:. AGNEW,
i May Al _j
j Hoes! Hoes! Hoes! j
! -| f\f\ DOZ. HOES, assorted si2e? and ?
. XviV* qualities, on hand and for sale '
I low bv J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
I Spades, Shovels, Forks, ?c.
I X.f\ DO/. Lon? and Short Handlet.) \
.>7> do;:. SPADES.
13 '? Long und Short Handled Manure i
Fork?. Al.-?, Garden Pork", Garden Hoes '
^ Garden Rakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles. Griffin's Scythes, Ac. .lust received
1 and for pule low bi J. & T. lt. AGNEW. .
; May 27
Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, &c.
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED i
SAUCE FANS, l'lain SAt'CE FANS, ?
Long and Short Handled Fry Pans, Brass !
and Enamelled Preserving Kettle-, Glu?- .
Pots, Tinned Mortars, Ki ttles, Ac. .Ins! I
! received and for sale bv
May jr j. X- T. lt. AGNEW. ;
\ rilliK undersigned has associated lani
JL self with THOMAS lt. AGNEW, of Xe? :
York, nuder tho (inn of .7. A T. lt. AGNEW, :
for the purpose of conducting a Marowan 1
: anti Grocery Bushiest!, in their new store,
corner of Main ami Plain streets, Columbia,
[S.C. In addition to a well-selected stock \
of Hardware, Paints, (lils, Window Glass,
.Vc, they will keep constantly on hand a
choice assortment ot Family Groceries,
com pr isis g every article usually kept in a
first-class grocery establishment, which
will be Sohl at moderate prices, and to |
which tin v solicit the attention of the etti- :
zeus of Columbia and the surrounding ?
j emin trw JOHN AGNEW.
CorTM BI A. S. < .. May 12, ISM. May 1:1
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
rilHE undersigned have luca appointed ;
_L agents for these superior SATES. ,
'Jin se S*fes are tn ado with three Hanges j
?di other safes have but two. Thev have j
Powder Proof Lock.-, and thc locks and i
? bolts are protected with plates of hardened j
steel, which is the only protection against ;
the burg hus drill and the insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sale.- have no superior in
quality, they are furnished at moderate
prices at h asi 25 to 331 per cent, less than
Herri UR'S and other makers, while the
quality i an not bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can IJC seen at eur st ure,
; and orders will he taken at New York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. .T. A 'J', lt. AGNEW.
if THE MARYLAND UAH.
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED
MARYLAND HAMS just received.
'l here are no bettor Hams, and they are
at least a- good as the best in market. For
sal.-LOW by .1. cfc T. B. AGNEW.
. T)BLS. Choice Irish POTATOES, Bids.
I? Split i eas, lic?as, Pearl barley. Reek?
er's Farina, Duryca's Maizena, Crosse .'
blackwell's bondon Mnstard, Quarter and
Half liov. s Sardines, Raisins, Citron, Mac?
ea rom. Vermin Ila, Choice black and Green
Teas, Prime Coffee, Pickles in .jars, and for
sale by the dozen or hundred, Soap, Starch.
Tig Blue, < )live t lil, < aimed Peaches. Toma?
toes, Pepper Sauce, Walnut and Tomato
Catsups, London Club Sauce, Worcester?
shire Sauce, Yeast Powders, Cooking Soda,
Flavoring Extracts, Laker's Chocolate,
Ginger, Pepper and Spices. English Dairv
Cheese, Soda Biscuit, Sugar. Butter, Oys?
ter and Boston t racker?. Mackerel ' in
whole, half, qua Her barr?is and kr-, also
ai retail. Together with nani, rous addi?
tions ttl onr stock now on thc way and '
being daily received, and which will be
I sold at moderate price- bv
May l? J. A T. j;. AGNEW.
LDERS IND BACON.
TEST received, ?.arr. I- Sl'PERIORNEW
YORE SI':; VB Cl BED If AMS. :it
S Ct ?A li Cl" RED BBEA KEAST STB IPS.
BALTIMORE CITY < CHED ll VMS.
PRIME Ll \i LARD. FOI sale !.%
Mai l.t .1. A T. K. AGNEW
|_>l;i.S MUSCOV VDO Sl'GAPS.S ?. .mab
barrels 'Muscovado St'GAIlS. V pmmdi
A compl. te a .soiimcnt ..I Cnisiicd and
Relined SUGARS. For sale ut hot rat - s |.\
May 13 .). A T. lt. Vt ?NEW.
?100KU.'.T ' "!'"": I AM" '
lill Barrels Heck r's S.-lf-raisin" FLol lt.
j .Inst i.i\ ed and tor sale le.
i Muy 13 .J. A T. lc*. AGNEW.
Hay & Corn!
1 ?\?\ ?vLi : PBIMK HAY.
: |IMI i noa b ish ls PIM MF c??ic
1 .Inst r M . iv. I and for sale bj
! May 1 : J. A T. J:'. AGNEW.
Bolting1 Cloths, Scythes and Grain
Il ST ri coived a complete assortment ol
(Jennine inch >r Bru ml bolling Cloths,
Gr db n's Grain Se\ the ? and Sup? nor Grain
Cradles, which we offer at low ligures.
May I., J. A T. B. AGNEW.
STU VRT'S WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart's Sugar L-.af Syrim
Stuart's (rolden Svrnp! Jnsl received
and f.i sale i v .J.' .?. ?. fl VGNEW.
T^TOTICE ia" hereby given that the oo
X^i partnership lately subsisting between
JOHN G. MAL and FRANCIS M. POPE,
>m<ler the linn o' DIAL & POPE, was this
day dissolved uv mutual consent. JOHN
G. 'DIAL is authorized to settle all debts
.hie-to Tt-nX bv the lat? firm.
JOHN C. DIAL,
M av i, is?;. r. yr. POPE.
riMIE subscriber would respectfully in
JL furm the citizens of tlds city and vi
ciuity that he will continue tho general
HARDWARE BUSINESS in his own name
aud on his own account, and hopes to
merit and receive a full share of public pa?
tronage JOHN C. DIAL.
May 4 _
ff?-Read This Hw?
FIRST SLASS WORK
. is ercrv kind, m tin* wsv ot
Haily, Tri Wwkly ami IWkly Xewsjiaji^r:
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ls published even morning. oweppMon
ihty, and contains the LATI 's r NEWS, bx
telegraph anil mails, up to iii" hour nt
gouig to press; Editorials, ( '.o rcspondenee
from different points, Miseellaucous !:. ail?
ing. Tales, Poetry. Sketches, etc., etc . ? te.
The paper has rcceutlv been enlarged, and
in the QUANTITY and QUALITY of it*
READING MATTER is not tn bc excelled
bv anv paper in Smith ('andina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted mi favorable terms.
T1IK TRI-WEKKLY PIHKMX
Contains, in tverj number, the reading
matte;- (embracing ;!.. lates! iiexvs) of
TWO issUESof the daily lt is published
even Tnesdav. Thursday and Saturday
morning's, and n<?w that our i.iilroad con
nectimis ar? completed, is iidniirably cal
. ul.ii. d fi>r ..?.nilli \ circulation.
I-. published i v. i , Wednesday niorniug.
lt is the desire, and ?ill bc the object ol
tho Proprietor, to make th:-, equal to, :t
o ; the Lest, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
tin Si mt h. lu fact, a i its nan ie ii nh. M ti s,
?L Home Companion.
P...- eh s the i olI.vtioH ot the i ream ot
the news ol the . I., political, Financial
and the Mink, ls, it will contain a large
munnin --I LITERARY MATTER, . ii.-h as
..hi.iee Tales. Sketch. ?. and Poetry. lt
will tmhrace LL.H t PAGES, containing
Fi ?Lil EIGHT COLUMNS, ts punted in a
tomi I" hind, and thu-? secures a faithful
record -ind histoi \ of pa int; i x. nts
om- joli OFFICE is fullv supplied v.-?tb
;ill kinds of WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
1 ! Pt '., and we are fully prepared 11> c.cent,
promptly, and at moderate prices, all
HAND-RILLS, F< INTERS,
1 ARDS. P.LANKS. R LC.
JULIAN A SELB VT, Pioprietoi
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSU1P COMPAM.
leaving ene]) Port even*y Alternate.
STK YMSIIU? KMII.V B. SOl'DKIt,
CA FT. lt. \V. LoCKWuOJl.
(.'.APT. C. If. MAItHUMAN.
mUESE STEAMSHIPS, offering wverv
X inducement to SHIPPERS and th?
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having (superior
accommodation? for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York ami Charleston marketa can afford:
and. for safety, speed and comfort, are nn
ri vailed ? u the coast.
M O N E K A j
CAPTAIN C. !'. MAJISUMAN,
VJC7"li.L LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
VV WHARF, on THURSDAY, .Mav ul
1WW, at o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to .New York.
tor- Freight or Passage npplv at the
Aconta. WILLLS A CHlSOLM,
May 23 North Atlantic Wharf.
Conditions for Publishing
THE LOST 0??SE,
Sa?llitTii i?istor\ of th? War ?f th? l'onMeralVs.
UV /.'. A. roi.LAUD, OF VA.
rniir. w.aU will bi compris..! in one I n-ge
I Uoyal Octavo Volume, or neat ly ? ?-hi
hiiudret] pages, including t\veiity-|..ur
Steel portraits ol prominent Confederate
Lcadi rs, and will e. .ut a in a lui! and aldin n
t ie are,nut of thc rise and progress of ti:.
late Southern Confederacy . the Campaigns,
Battler.. Incidents and Adventures of tin
most gigantic straggle of tho world's histo?
ry. It xv iii be neatly printed on .!
paper, from ww type. attd furnished lo
In substantial Cloth Pinding, i Imita?
tion Morocco., .r?.OO
In Plain Leather, Lihrarv Style,
In Extra Half Calt Rinding . ?.??>
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scription in every particular.
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Post Office LON 5MI.
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General Agent for this work for North and
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eral Agent. P<?st Cilice* Ros 5>H). Charles?
ton. ICORERT WILSON.
May IT JU
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors ami Commission Merchants.
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
' JACOB i OllKN. CP. HAN. UKI.. los. CoHKN.
' TTTII.L seii COTTON, RICE. TOBACCO,
VT Naval Stores and all descriptions
? Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Ports, .ve. Will
make lil .era! advances on consignments for
CHARLESTON, S. C.
, 1 IIIS PO PULA l? and weil known
*Jnsr HOTEL has \>,,-u NEWT A FUL
J??i. N1SHED throughout hythe present
? proprietor, who has been sixteen year
I .. ni Heeled \> it li the i stuhlishini Itt.
r IL WHITE, Proprii toi.
to 'la.r (.. MiXK.ii. Superint .n<t' ":
( il.ir.l.Ks A. Mn.i r.::, ('ashil .
"IT"!: have j ; i s ! rm oed m, r ! t-t steam
>\ er: a tine lot . ! sPKlNli and SUM
M Flt PRIN 1 s and otb- r l?i:K<s .ox ?ns
: ' w hieb wc invite ike attention of buy< rs
A !. w pieces of cn'?)ICE SUMMER CAS
. Si MERES und French black DRAP D'ETE
Vt FISH KL A LOWl! \Nt E'S.
? Just Received a Supply of
M'ULLS. SW ls. v.l VCONETl AMIiUICS
Victoria, Nainsooks and Dotto.
PAP. VS< ?LS AND I M HUELLAS.
I t ench and American Corsets.
Ian, II .md TW. eds for Gentleuu n's vvcai
Magic I tn llb -, Cami ri.' Flutings.
Tape Trimmings, Ladies.' Collars aa
In .h Lie ns and Lawn...
Api d s FISH EL A Li >W lt AN ( K.
Richland District-In Equity.
Agnes Lau vs. John Ad.;, r, Kv ciifor. a:.
others. I:, I ?'..,- r.llUlHI.i .!?:?! ,SfV.
IT appearim lo the Commissioner iha
.I..!,,! Ad-.-, r. F.\. .m.a. VS illiani Adgei
i. E. Adg. r. William L. Adg. r, Thoma* I
, Pla .. r. SS illiani A. ( arter. VglieH Calle
Kh./.tb. th Prot her, son,, ot He- ib h ndiinl
in th.- above stated case, ar.- al--at h.
. yond the limits of this State: Itt- ordei
that tin v do plead, answer ot denim t
' this billin nhlotl dav.-, from tins Lit i . ol
decree pro vonfens? will I., . uteri d again
..Ino.. I ? P.. I'l'SAl'SSUIiE, i . F i.. Iv
April \i~> wan..
Richland District-In Equity.
/ . Sun. ? ?!i Fair. s,.!i, ?tor .d' Midd
Circuit. HHI to Perin Imite 71 .-?'/..<..".;.
(.I. I lt i i\ M.1.1.. ; i. D.. li.o tte: li!.
. his ,.. uta.ii und. r above bill, nerd.
!.. ,.,!,., mate tn. testimony lo Cte ,,a
exi dence. |...:. a:.,I conten? - < I :..?... De. ,
el t'.rn ve vanee to bini, the sa i.LL i. t >.
a. ?I. ol t\t.. lots ol Land, which t..;:- ;!i
comprise the SI. Min t '.- College; and al
of another Dei I of Conveyance ol a lot
Land .ai Winn Ire. t. m' . '. dillliDt:!. .v
parties iiitercstt I ar. iioliiie.l loapp. i
a*. Ibo expiration < I'three month*, loero*
examine the evidence which may bc pr
ile -ed. toei pi'odllCi i videllee it, replv.
I'. P.. Di SAUSSUI?F, C. E. I.. i>.
April 23 n.lnin
Old Newspapers lou Sale
I> Y tl. linn.lr. .1 m thousand, at
? Ma ol.'. PIREN I > i il I- lt i
Greenville and Columbia Bail road. ]
.OBVL SI) PK Ul Kl' EN UTH X)F VI ( ; K, 1
Coaexnu, Mav 2(>, is.i;o. 1
ON aud after MONDAY next, 28th inst.. .
the Passenger Trains will nw daily I
(Sundays excepted) uni:! further notice-, as .
Leave Colombia at. . 7.00 a. m.
.. Alston at.?.43 " ?
.. Newberrv itt.11,35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. L50 p. m.
" a? Anderson st... . 7.10 "
.? at Greenville at. 8:10 "
Iif^vc l?r?eiivillw at . 6.55 a. ui. ;
Anderson at.G.?'i " i
" Abbeville at. 9.20 . !
Se wherry st ... . . 2.45... m.
Arrive at Alston al. . L2: " k
.' at i 'olumbis ;. t. 7.11 " ?
The n?ad U&\ big ? u repair? d lo Alstou, .
pass' ngers and freight ?ill be transferred
across the river until tin: bridge rnm
pb-ted. . ... .
Plie espouse o! (..?s.-age mid height, by I
th.' discontinuance of the stage, wagon
and h .at hilt .. will lie largely reduced.
.1. B. LASSALLF. !
VI ay '?1 i n ie t ;i I Superintendent. I
HOT Country |M|H : publishing l'or the I
t '? lUtpany will pleas?! copy.
Oliice S. & I). Railroad Company, i
UNION VI bl JR, M .vac ii 20,1880. I
MliSS I ts MoN i'(i( ?1K ! t V ,v s ll LVEKS !
Lave made arrangement* with the;
Npaitaitbur;.; and Union Railroad Company j
lo tran port n-eights between Columbia,
S. C. and Shelton's, the present terminus
of il,.' Spartauhtirg and I nion Railroad.
1 h. ir chargi s will he ..i,,; dollar per hun- |
?Ired j ?oin nls. ! w?,id?l recommend them :
as sate and reliable carrier.-.
Freights . an be consigned to them at ?he
depots in Columbia ard a, Shelton's, s. .V I
I U. E. U. t il- 'S. i'- JETER, I
, Mai cb ::.! Pi. ? nt S. A I'. IL IL
WJT Oharlestiui /'" ?' / .Y< .".' publish one j
Week: Spartiilihnrg !.'-i>r>:<.- and Cim/niU
? Sjitiriitu publish Ihr? e times.
? Gen. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. (.'. K. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. Ai nu. 2H, 18C6. i
rilltis Road is r.f.v c.mp?eted to Cohun-I
I 1 ... u???l Pass, ic emmi Knight Trains !
miming its below: I
Leave ('"hil t b i a a:.5.00 a.m. j
Arrive at Charl??lic a!.? ?>.00p.in. j
Leave Charlotte rt .10.00a. m.
Arrive a? Columbia at . 8.50p.in.'
April-.- JAS. ANDERSON. Sup't. '
Schedule over Soul li Carolina R R. ?
C.ENERAL SUl'^l'S OEFIl I". I
ON AND AFTER ;'-th APRIL, 18CG. the
1 .::.-:?-tiger Trains will k&vt: and ar- i
t Leave ? '..lumbia at.COO a. m. ,
j Arrive in Charleston at.... . ."> p. m. :
L?Mve Charlest'Mi a: . .... .7 a.m. !
I Arrive Columbia at .?.15 i?. m.
ti KN RY T. PEAKE, .
Vprtl '2.1 Ci'lierai Sup?-r?nt?'mleiit.
To ail whom it may Concern.
COIXMKIA. April 2.?, IStit?.
1M1K :;:;. i.::-:i .d'all citizens and resi?
dents ?>r th.? citv of Columbia, is called '
to the following Ordinances which will bc
enforced for tin !><-t:c?- government and
1 well-being ot the cit?, :
That it shall'b. thedut.? of ti iv city police
to arrest all persons wie. -hali heh.ive in a
riot..us or elsi rdcrly maimer, orv. ho shall
!.. found drunk in thu streets of Onluuibia,
? and carrv such persons to tin ?unid house.
An Ordinan?-. ;.. dose L:?. ibi-r-shnns on
An ord o nna'' for thc better ?d^rvatice
of I ile Sat.oath-.'.av.
An Oidius.-,.:?. illative t-' :!:?. .1 -nosh ot
td;!. trash in C
resin I ari- ide
\;i ihdmaui ?? cone? ming dogs.
Au o,'.'lilia!.' eouc'.-rniiig ?'.'-'.'<?' and
-Milli I 'milling at Live.
An Ordinance eon?-eimug IMI-N". uinl fast I
An Or.lui;?tt?-r\vgid\iti?ig :h. Krauting j
li .'clises to retail spirituous Ihpuu-s i:i the
i itv of Columbia.
An o?dinanc cone? ruins nuisances.
Au Ordinance concerning strvn-ts. pave?
An Ordinane rc.piiring ail male persons
persons to he excus?e] ..?i pax men'. ,.t a
?Ireet-tif. of three .L'Unis.
AI; Ordinance rce.nirhig all male persons
bwtween the .- of ti:t. . n alni sixty ye.li ?
to |jttv a tax of on,- dollar.
April 21 THEODORE STARK, Ma vor.
?IKE YOI B 0\V\ SOU' !
;;.; >.. ?.',./,(.,./ Vitin'l UVf.-'e /,V.r?c.
RUY < ?NE P.( . < ? >'.' IT! VJ
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing'
SA PO NI F 1ER,
OR CONCENTRATED LYE.
1 SOAP, or '-'J gallons of the very best
SOFT SOAP, foi only about 35 CENTS.
Dhvctioiis .ii i .H ii For salu at all
Drug and (?nu i rv -. : nd in luis at
UM. \i. ELLK'tH I' } S??Ns'.
No. ??? Spear's Wharf.
Mar. . I 3ni?i Raltiniore, Md.
Mun u fad uro PS* Supplies!
MlLLWAllll & \VI.\EBREXEB,
IIS 1/./;./.-.; >'.'....?'. Philrtih-fphiu,
I vi \ Ll RS m .M V.CIIINERY and SL'P
I } PLIES ,.; e\,-rx d. .-riptiniilor C..tt?.i.
..od Woolen Ma net. iel, oies. Uso, Oak?
tana d LL \ ? ?iii: ll F. LT I NO, C A R U
CLOTH IN'ti, Cotton nod \V....len YARNS,
Warps. Starch, Oils, DM- Sintis. Ad
Minc, s tiia-l ' on c.n-dgniiii nt- of < 'ottmi
and W< I. n Yarns. Orders s?.licite?l. which
-ledi r?.-c?-ive prompt atientinn.
V, H. MIPIA'. \K1>.' I'. -. \\ IN El JR EN ER.
Internal Revenue Tux.
THIRD D1STRK TS. C..
M vi:. .1 ls'. I-.;.;.
VII. |., r. n- in business, trad.' pro
I, ,; , .,, m any I ind . nie. With -d' May.
IN;... r. iinr.-.l ; ? pay their li?-? ns?s
r,,iii,w':H!. W. \. If ARRIS,
i .Ik dor Im- Richland 1 'i-lru t.
ii ?, . I Miice l t in t 1 !o:i ,.? ...piare.
W W. BOYCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wit I, Cil V I ' I I . I I Ni I'll 1
Supreme Court and Court oi Claims.
I ?e.- ' A Vd 11 \ < . I < 'N I > ? ' tufr.nvo
THE ?STIAIV INDEX.
BX the 1ST OF OCTOBER, or as soon *?
the mails ?re re-ejdabiisried, I nil!
renew the publication of
THE CHRISTIAN INDES,
THE CHUB'S iarx>?x.
I har?: !.. en publishing.
Price of J i. de J- per annum.*:j Mu
Price of Chad's Judex-.. 50
A reduction made to clubs.
Money may be remitted at once, as ruy
db termination is positive. My desire ie to
secure a large subscription li?t with which
to begin, and I issue thia prospectus that
subscribers uiav have time to forward
It is my intention to issue a FIRST
CLASS. PAPER; MU?! uo pains or expense
will be spared t-o secure that end. The
highest religions and literary talent wUl
bc given to the papers. The child's paper
will bo profusely illustrated, and will in
every sense be made te conform to its new
title THE CHILD'S DELIGHT.
Mouey may bo sent by express or other?
wise. ]f by express, at mr own risk, if
tho express receipt is sent me, on the re?
sumption or mail facilities.
My ec .nui ct kui with the dru of J. W.
Burke .v Co. is dissolved, but 1 will estab?
lish an office in Macon, Ga., where ouuimii
uicationa m av bf addressed.
May 0 lui ?' SAMUEL ROI KIN.
New York Advertisements.
^0 5o S-?'?S'?'H.
VGENTS WANTED to Bell our new
si ries of Card Photograph? of PRO
M IN ?INT MEN of the South. lOO.OOOhave
alu adv I? en sold. Agents aro making flu
p< r lay. S. n l fur letter of agency. En?
close $5, and we will Rund a good assort?
ment, bv return mail, that will ?sell for $15.
Addles-.' JUNES .V CLARK, PubUsh'a,
April 4 H:i Nassau street, New York..
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
T^TOS. 2s, :?O and 32 Ceutrc street, (corner
JLN of Reade street, New York. Tue type
mi which this paper is printed is from tue
above Foundry? Nov IB
Corner Broome Street and Uofcery, X. Y.
Tl'HIS house, capable of accommodating
JL three h un drei i guests and kept on the
European plan, is centrally located, and
near tu all points,. City cars pass the
Hotel to all the Ferries."Railroad Depots
and places or Amusement every three
minutes, single Rooms. $1.00 per dav;
double, $2.00. J. F. DARROW i CO.,
Jan ll ly Proprietors.
SOUTHERN B ANK NOTES!
SOUTHERN SECURITIES I
bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE BBOTHEBS & CO..
XO. lfi WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the regular Stock Ex
chaugc by a member of thc Brm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited.
DEWOT C. LAWRENCE. JOUX R. CECIL.
CYRUS .T. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED.
? \ <?K ^ \ \
The ('lief Causes of Pestileuce Destroyed.
DR. E. COURT ABETS DISINFECTING
FLUIDS. Secured Uv Letters Patent
in thc United States and France. Pre?
pared solely by the New York'Disinfecting
Compane, at "their Laboratorv, Nos. 298,
;>oo and 302 Henty street. New York. Office
12 Ct dar street.
This Company organized on a permanent
basis, with Dr. Courtaret, the celebrated
French Chemist, in charge of its Labora -
tory, is prepared to furnish its DISIN?XCT
IXO Fi.vins for sick rooms, nurseries,
tttihal?, water-closets, priries, ccss-pools,
sewers, gutters, ships, railroads, hospitals,
prisons and public mstitntions ot all Kinds,
slaughter-houses, offal and fat-boiling es?
tablishment-: all kinds of manures, (HU..
rnensely increasing the vasue of the "Ut%r
to every farmer,) and wherever pois?^p?w
and offensive gases exist. These agents
arc deodorizers, anti-septics, anti-put?
ts lits and disinfectants, in the scient*,^^
meaning of the words. They remove noQH
ions gases and odors by chemical princiM
pies- leaving in their places hcutthjtd ilir^
thee are DESTROVEBS, and not merely du
.-?.rl><-1 Us of poisonous gases - not injurions
to ut. nulls in which they are used. The
attention of medica! and scientific men is
directed to these disinfectants. Attached
ari ti stimonials in favor of this great dis
covcry, which, with hundreds of others,
ran be ^een at the Company's oftice.
DELA VAN HOUSE, ALBANY-, March 30.'66.
/'.. i/o i'res't of Hie AVis York J'tsinf'g Co.
DIM; Sn-.: lt is ali it is represented to Le.
We ha ve made many trials of disinfectants,
bul now consider that we have found an
article which surpasses all others as a
remed? against all bad odors.
T. ROESSEL A CO.
NEW YORK, April y, inti?>.
To '.''ii I'ren't vf the .Yo." York Uisiuf'g Co.
Di -I. Sn.: We pronounce it, without ex
ceptii n, lo be the best we havw ever known.
Its < f,. < i upon every matter is complete
C. A. STETSON, Astor House.
ro~~S. fl. These disinfectants are used
lu the scavengers, under the direction of
! tin- Sanitary Police of tho Metropolitan
Health Department, New York.
POWELL A THOMPSON,
42 Cedar street, N. Y.,
General and Soie Agents for the United
States and Ibo Canadas; to whom all
ordi rs should bi addressed.
For sale by all Druggists and General
|>i dei < in the t n.ited Static and Canada*.
Mai td '.imo