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A McH?aj;? from tilt: Sea.
BY P. .1. MALONE.
A paragraph, in an exchauge paper,
lately, bore the above caption. Il recalled
a story-one burning manifesto of love
told me by an old traveler, nome years .-.go,
on tho sea-coast, while 1 was yet a boy. I
shall never forget the old man, ia>r the
perennial life of love, as evidenced by the
story be told and tho tears be shed.
Theres a little deserted port below.
Where the tides ran high from the far?
thest sea,
Where the gentlest of summer breezes
blow,
And tlie waves leap up on the sbell
strewn lea:
And this port was my home, when we both
were young.
Though now with agc 1 am toiling along;
And nothing it hath which it bad before,
Save the beautiful rythiu of the ocean's
roar.
Ah! wadi, there's a music in my heart, too,
Which tile hand ol time nor of age can
blight;
And when, by the valley, I'm gazing
through
The star-like vistas of coming night,
)lv dim eyes ai*eswoll'nwith unshed tears,
Pol' 1 am a clod 'neath the feet of the
years,
And the traveler will leave mc soon. I know,
For he waits not now, and mv steps are
slow.
My steps are slow, but my heart is light:
rhese old scones wake its slumbering
.?SH
I li;w>- not youth, Inn the skies are bright,
\nd I have, thank God, mv vouthful
lyre:
And ? know the place where the village
stood.
By the farther skirt of the little wood;
And t he alcove stranger, excuse the tear
But I'll tell tho story-sit down and hear:
lt was three-score years, less ten, ago,
I stood on this spot with Genevieve:
A barque had dropt her anchor below,
Where the waters are deep, prepared ti?
lca ve:
And the blithesome girl was going away.
Across the wide ocean, a year to stay;
I could not speak, but thc silent tears
Gave vent to my heart's unuttered fears.
Together we strayed in childhood's hour.
Where tin small crystaline rivulet ran.
As fa? through the beautiful forest bower
With bird and blossom, the spring began
Ah! stranger, these thoughts bring yentl
again,
The quiet villa, the heaving main.
The nonie girl, by the trysting tree,
tn all her beauty, betrothed to me.
The old year went and the young yea:
came
How often our lives were typed in these
And the circling sun, whose orient flame
Shot, shaft-like, up from myriad seas;
The autumn's death, and the winter'
gloom,
And spring's return, with bird andblooni;
But tin- frost was far and th" summer neal
As we stood in sorrowful silence there.
Tile barque set sail from tho shell-strew
coast:
In the distance, 1 saw the sail's last <lq
As peerless a form as the world could boat
Had passed o'er the deck for a haleyo
t rip
A halcyon trip! . yes, yes, but a day,
A year and a month sped slowly away,
And nothing we bearii of the voyage o
Till a cask, in that alcove, was loundarloa
Twas opened; it gave me the tale I give
A "farewell to Willie from Genevieve."
I've traveled far, but my heart is light;
Tiiesc old scenes wake its sluniberin
tire;
1 have not youth, but the skies are brigh
And I have, thank God! my youthful lyr
While I haste to a bright eternal tryst.
O'er the mount of sin. through the vale i
mist.
To the Heaven of hope, 1 must believe,
When 1 think of the ansel Genevieve.
ORANGEBCRG DISTRICT, September 28.
COURAGE IN EVERY-DAY LIFE.
ffave the courage to discharge a del
while you have monej7 iu your pocke
Have, tho courage to do withoi
that which you do not need, howevi
hinch your eyes may covet it.
Have the courage to speak yoi
mind when it is necessary you shou
do so, and to hold your tongue wh?
it is prudent you should do so.
Have the courage to speak to
friend in a "seedy coat." even thong
you are in company with ti rich on
and richly attired.
I lave the courage to make a wi
and ti just one.
Have the courage to tell a man wi
you will not lend hini your raone
Have the courage to "eut" tl
most agreeable acquaintance you ha
when you are convinced that he lac
principle. "A friend should be
with a friend's infirmities," but n
with his vices
Have the courage to show your i
spect for honesty, in whatever gui
it, appears; and your contempt f
dishonest duplicity, by whomsoev
exhibited.
[hive the courage to wear your c
clothes inti] you pay for your n<
ones.
Have tho courage to obey yo
.Maker, at tlio risk of being ridicnl
liv num.
Have the courage to prefer coinfi
aud propriety to fashion, in
things.
?lave the courage to acknowled
your ignorance, rather than to s?
credit for knowledge under false p
tenses.
Have the courage to provide eut
tainmentfor your friends within y<
means-not beyond.
VERY WELL PUT.-Some one wri
both gracefully and forcibly:
"E would be glad to see mi
parents understand ihat when tl
spend money judiciously to iinpr?
and adorn the house and tho grou
around it. they are in effect payi
their children a premium to stay
home, as much ?is possible toen;
it ; but that when they spend moi
mini cessarily in fine clothing t
jewelry for their children, they
(laying them a premun? to spi
their time away from home-that
those places where they can atti
the most attention and make
most display."
I Dissolution of thc Rump Parlia?
ment.
, The following account of the dis?
persion of the rump Parliament, by
Cromwell, may be regarded with
; some interest just now:
The Parliament by which Charles !
j hud been mel ami overcome had
dwindled down \>) v arious purgations
to about fifty-three members, who
aimed at becoming a sort of mild
oligarchy for thc administrai iou of
tho Commonwealth. They were de?
liberating on a bili for thc future
representation; in which they should
have a permanent place, when Crom?
well resolved to make an end of them,
j It was the last incident in the natu?
ral series of a revolution, placing
military nower above all other.
Cromwell, having ordered :t com?
pany of musketeers to follow him,
enterad the House, in "plain black
j clothes and worsted stockings,*' and,
I sitting down, listened for awhile to
j their proceedings. Hearing at length
j thc question put, that thc bill do
j pass, he rose;, put oft' his hat, and.
i begun to speak. In the course of his
j address, he told thom of their self
I seeking and delays of justice, till ?it
! length Sir Peter Wentworth iuter
I rupted him with a remonstrance
against such language. Thou, blaz?
ing up, he said, '"We have had
enough of this; I will pitt au cud to
your prating."
Stepping into the floor of thc
House, and clapping on his hat, he
commenced a violent harangue,
which he occasionally emphasized by
stamping with his feet, and which
came mainly to this: "It is not lit
you should sit hero any longer-you
have sat too long for any good you
luive been doing lately. You shall
! now give place; to better men. Call
them in!" lu; exclaimed, and his
j officer Harrison and a file of soldier.-,
j entered the House. Then preceding:
i "You an; no Parliament. Some of
I you are drunkards"-bending a stern
j eye upon Mr. Chaloner: "some of
j you are-," a word expressive of :i
I worse immorality, and ho looked at
j Henry Martin and Sir Peter Went
j worth; "living in open contempt of
God's commandments. Some ol' j on
are corrupt, unjust persons; how eau
you be a Parliament for (tod's peo?
ple? Depart, I say, and let us have
done with yon. Go!"
I He lifted the mace from the table
I and gave it to a musketeer, to be
taken away. He caused Harrison to
j give his hand to Speaker Lenthal and
lead him down from the chair. The
members, cowed by his violence and
the sight of his armed men, moved
gloomily out of tho house, "lt is
the Lord that hath caused me to do
? this," he said. "J have sought thal
! He would rather slay me than put
j me upon doing this work." Sir
j Harry Vane ventured a remonstrance.
! "Oh, Sir Harry Vane!" exclaimed
the Lord General; "the Lord deliver
me from Sir Harry Vane!" When nil
had gone out, he came out, too, ami
locked the door. From that time, he
was master of the three kingdoms
! for about five and a half years.
Said Daniel Webster to a friend in
j New York, in 18.r>0:
j "If the infernal Abolitionists ever
' get the power in their hands, tiny
j will override the Constitution: set
I the Supremo Court at defiance;
? change and make laws to suit them
! selves; lay violent hands on those
J who differ with them in their opi
j uions, or dare question their iufalli
I bility, and finally bankrupt theconu
j try and deluge it with blood."
; Mr. Clay said of tho Abolition
party, in 1839, in the United States
Senate:
"With them, tho rights of property
j are nothing; the deficiency of the
j powers of the General Government ?
j nothing; tin; acknowledged and iu
! contestible powers of the States are
j nothing; the dissolution of the Union
I and the overthrow of tho Govern -
I ment, in which is concentrated f lu
I hope of tho civilized world, are no?
thing. A single idea has taken pos?
session of their mind, and onward
they pursue it, overlooking all bar?
riers, and regardless of all conse?
quences. "
Strauss, the leader of the monstoi
: orchestra at the bals masques of tin
' Paris opera, and the balls of tht
I Tuileries, has leased tho Palais (Vin
! dustrie, in the Champs Elysees, foi
! the t ime the grand exhibition remain:
', open, at a rent of 1,500,000 francs
I Here he intends to give concei ts t<
! be directed by tho most distinguisher
? musicians of tho world, and even talk
about having secured tho services o
Rossini and Verdi.
A woman seventy years of agi
died in the Portland Alms-house las
week. She was crossed in love ii
i her youth and made avow, which sin
religiously kept, never to speal
1 again. From that time until death
I a period of thirty-five years, she lue
i not uttered an intelligible word.
An editor in New Jersey announce;
the death of a lady of his acquaintance
I and thus touchingly adds: "In he:
1 decease tho sick lost an invaluable
! friend. Long will she seem to stain
I at their beside, as she was wont, witl
j the balm of consolation in one hand
' and a cup of rhubarb in the other."
"I bequeath," said an Irishman
in his will, "to my beloved wife, al
my property, without reserve, am
to my oldest son, Patrick, one-hal
the remainder, and to Dennis, m?
youngest, the rest. If anything ii
, left, it may go to Terrance Mccarty. '
ESTATE NOTICE.
4 1,1. persons having demanda against
j\_ the estate of Mi s. M. K. BLACK, de- I
ceased, will present nie certified copies of!
the same. Those indebted will make pay- '
nient to me without delay.
JOHN L. BLACK, Adm'r,
WAT?; "JLOCKS," JEWELItV,
^ J. SULZBACHER & CO. have ou
hand a stock of the -hove ?cods,
(StflRwhich witl be disposed of at reason
UMZ rates. Mr. I. SULZBACHER, a com?
petent watch-maker and jeweller, is con?
nected with the establishment, and will
repair promptly and in the In st manner,
all WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
eui rusted to them.
OLD GOLD ami SILVER bought.
HAIR JEWELRY made to order.
Sept '27 tlj
F. W , Wl^rJ3 S
Steam Planing milli
Picken* Street, between Washington ami
Ptain, Columbia, S. V.
ON hand aud furnished to order at short !
notice, all kinds of dressed LUMBER,
FLOORING, CEILING. SHELVING, WEA
THER-BOA11DLNG, Ac. Also. SASHES,
Blinds. Door:;, Mantle-piece Mouldings,
Brackets, Counters, Tables, Ac.
Having now in operation full sets of the
most, improved machinery, 1 am prepared i
to turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very I
reasonable ligures. All in want of any ma- !
terial in mv line will do well to give me a I
call. Aug 1 Gmo _
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
.4/ the Sign af the (?olden Pud-lsjck.
JUST received, a large assortment of
PISTOLS, embracing the most desira- !
ble made in tins country.
M.SO,
A tul! assortment of Powder. Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Ac. and for sah- ( heap bv
Aug :1U JOHN C. DIAL.
CTHS y PISTOLS,
SPORTSMEN'S ACCOUTREMENTS, j
VNEW and complet? assortment just
received. . ?
Vl.se., j
Au elegant assortment ..f FISHING
TACKLE -R??ds, Reals, Hob.-. Hooks.1
Lines. Ac At LOW PRICES.
P. II*. KRAFT,
N. ?;. Manufacturing and repairing '
substautiallv ami neatlv executed.
May 2? " ly
TO TRAVELERS.
THE following i.- the traveling schedule j
on Un- rou'.'- Ix tween Columbia, Richmond,
Washington and New York, tia the Char
lotte and South Carotina Railroad:
fining North.
Leave Columbia at 2.20 p. m.; arrive at j
Charlotte, 'J.20 p. m. Leave c harlotte at
'J 40 p. m.; arrive at Greensboro at 2.40 a. |
ni. Leave Greeusboro, by Danville Bail -
road at 3.00 a. m.: arrive at Richmond at .
H on p. m. Arrive at Washington at ?".un a. \
m.: arrive at New York at 6.0? p. m. same j
i dav. Oct 2 i
Mew Schedule.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad,
UNIONVILLE. S. C., SKIT. 12. lSfi?.
ON and nl't. r thr. )7ili inst., the TRAINS
will run < n NIi nclays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Don n Trains leave Spartanburg C. H. at
C>.-15 u. m. Arrivent Alston 2.20 p. m., con?
necting with the Greenville down tram.
Up T rains leave Alston at 9.30 a. m., con?
necting with the Greenville up train. Ar?
rive at Spartanburg C. IL at 5.00 p. m.
Arrangements are made by which freight,
I through from Charleston and Columbia.
: ni av be paid on this road.
THOS. JETER,
Sept io 2mo Pres't S. A U. R. li.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
; FREIGHT AM) PASSENGER LINE : !
THROUGH CHARLESTON !
Via South Carolina Railroad and
Steamships.
RA TES G I A RA X TEED I. Ess TUA X
THOSE Pf MASHED HY AX Y
? OTU E il L I X E : :
FARE BETWEEN
COLUMBIA AND KEW YORK.
Reduced to $27.00*
WHICH includes MEALS and STATE
ROOM on Steamers, and Omnibus
I hare through Charleston.
Steamships have Charleston EVERY
THURSDAY and SATURDAY.
??~ For furt her inform?t ion, apply at the
! o?ice of tin- South Carolina Railroad Com
I puny. Sept K
! NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHANUK OF TIME !
. iP^j i |?? jH -
ON and after SUNDAY, June 10,1800,
trains will run as follows:
Leave Charlotte at 11.15 p. in. and-Lao
! a. m.
Thc 11.15 i>. m. train makes quick con?
nections with trains for the North at Ra?
leigh, and is the
QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS NORTH ANO WEST
F R OM C O L U M 35 I A ! !
aar THROUGH TICK?TS can be had at
Charlotte to all thc Northern cities.
E. WILKES,
i Juno lt Engineer and Snper't.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
: RECEIVING AND FORW'RD'G DEP'T,
CIIAKI.KSTOX, Juno 25, 18(16.
1 rilHE South Carolina Railroad Company
? .1. having re-established its Receiving
ami Forwarding Office, Merchandize and
Produce consigned to its Agent, from the
interior to Northern ports and from North?
ern ports to the interior, will hb cared for
and shipped to the point of destination.
Consignments to be forwarded by sea
j must always be accompanied by bills of
! lading and letter of advice, with instruc
I tiona to insure, if desired.
June 23 E. N. FUELER, B. A !.'. Atr't.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office Building, Columbia.
CITY TAX NOTICE.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, October 1,1866.
riYVXEs on wales of Merchandize, Corn?
il, mission ami Auction Sales, Ac, for the
quarter ending October 1, are due. and
prompt payment ol the same is requested ?
at tins otiicc. J. s. MCMAHON,
Oct 2 12 City Clerk.
MAN & KREUD?R,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, !
Wines, Liquors and Segars. i
. ' . . I
SELECT GOODS alwavs m Htore, and I
never offered for salo J.ESS THAN I
COST.
Main Street and (fervaia Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREDDER
July lo
ARTIFICIAL
Legs and Arms.
THE SOUTHON
LES; i\D ARM COMPANY
HAVE established a bl anch office and
tnanufactorv at Columbia, S. C.
The improved AUTOMATIC LEG AN!)
ARM manufactured by this company are
unsurpassed by any in the world.
Our workmen an- practical artificial leg
and arm makers, three of them wearing
legs of their own manufacture.
Our facilities are unsurpassed. Our
work warranted one year. Call and ex?
amine our specimens, or address
DANNELLY, MARSHALL A Ct)..
Sccger's Radding, Columbia, S. C.
Offices -Madison, Ga., Nashville, Tenn.,
Columbia, s. c. May 27 (imo
Charleston Advertisements.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP (!?JIPA.\Y,
Fare Reduced to $25.
i.e.irnr; .'ach Port ^ri-ri/ Alfcrnttfe
Thursday.
STEA >!SH?P EMILY 1?.SOIOEK.
; !APT. lt. W. LOCKWOOU
STEA MSIIIP JIONKKA.
CAPT. C. P, MAUSIIMAN.
milESE STEAMSHIPS, offering -very
JL inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations !"r Passengers, with
tabb's supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets cnn afford;
ami. toi- safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled on the coast.
THE STEAMSHIP
M O N E K A j
C.vtTAis C. 1'. MAKSHMAN.
VjrriLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
VV 'Vfl ARF. on THURSDAY. October 18,
ism;, at o'clock.
Libe ra! advance? maule on consignments
to New York.
l or Freight nr Passage auplv at the
Agent-. \\ ?LEIS ,V CHIS?LM,
(>..; li North Atlantic Wharf.
FELIX WARLEY,
Factor autl I'oinmissioD Merckaut. .
Boyce & Co. s Wharf, Charleston.
COTTILX AT %m PER BALE
DELIVERED IN NEW YORK!
THBOtitiH HEIGHT ARRANJitMLMS
From Columbia via Charleston ! !
rilHE South Carolina Railroad Company
J. and the Merchants" Line Charleston
? and New Volk Packets have arranged the
above tariff, which includes all charges ex
: cent insurance. *
All produce consigned to my.care will be
? forwarded trccuf commission here, and in
New York to Liverpool and Ila-.re; also, io
all surrounding points North and East of
tlie United States, at lowest current rates.
Freight and insurance effected when de
, sired. These vessels leave Charleston and
? New York weekly. Shippers will please
consign to
WILLIAM RQACK
Charleston, S. C.,
Agents Merchants' Line
Charleston ami New York Sail Packets.
N. L. McCREADY A CO.,
Agents. ;l(> South street,"N?w'York.
For further information, applv to
Od 12 +12 J. A T. R.vAGNEVY.
TO THE PUBLIC.
. .^ THE PAVILION HOTEL, so long
Maud ably conducted by thc-late H. L.
Butterfield, will still be kept open for
? thc accommodation of the traveling public.
I And its former friends ami pattons will
liiui the usual accommodations mud atten?
tions bestowed on them as formerly, and
i the public favors, already so w^jR estab?
lished ns THE HOTEL of the Traveling
i merchants of the South, will, Lrvearnest
efforts, be faithfully preserved. " Oct ll
Charleston, S. C.
For Palatka,
Fernandina, Jacksonville
And all the Landings on the St.
John's River.
TUE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
( 1,000 TONS BURTHEN,)
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COX'ETTKK,
?\T7TLL sail from Adger's Wharf, Charles
W ton, S. C., tor the above placa?; I
every SA'J DRDAY', ;<t :'. (?'clock p. m., until
further notice. j
For freight or passaic, apply on board, ?
or to office of the Agency, 17 Yanderhorst's j
Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
J. T). AIKEN A CO., Agents.
Sept 18 finio
The Lamp of Life and Way to Health.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
For the cure of all those. Diseases hav?
ing their origin in a vitiated condi?
tion of ike human system, and those
arising from any departure from the
hors of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, from too great i?
dulgenceof every kind-ealing, drinn -
ing, "working-wherein/ tinture suf?
fers exhaustion.
11HIS chemical extract will Inj lunn,, an
. invaluable restorative cordial tor all
diseases arising fruin an impuro stat., (if
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, such as
Boils, Pimples, Carm?neles. Busluh s.
Blotches, Roughness of tho Skin, Sealy
Appearance of thc Cuticle, Tetter, Ring"
worms.jtkid Itching Humors of the Skin,
this pwfilicr will remove, and impart
health'and a life-glow to the complexion.
For Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Bains in the Bones, Stiffness
in the Joints. Old Ulcers, Want of Blood
in the. Parts, Syphilitic Sores and Ulcers,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
thosc"diseases, and from thc too tree use
of mercury. For General Debility, spring?
ing from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
ness and Pains in the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in that organ
producing pains in the side or back, affect?
ing the kidneys and bladder.
Females, at the period of change, will
find it the best restorative to health and
strength, from all those weaknesses and
depressions of mind and body which fol?
low at this time of life.
Persons traveling South orlivingin warm
climates, and all unacclimated, will lind the
Queen's Delight a great protection from
all those diseases which originate in a
! change of climate, diet and life.
Its properties as a remedy were fust iu
. troduced to the notice of the profession by
I Dr. Tho*. Young Simons, (.1 Sont h Carolina,
; as early us 18*28, as avalnable alterativere
\ medy in syphilitic affections, and others re
? quiring use of mercury. Dr. Simons' state?
ments have been endorsed and extended
I by Dr. A. Lopez, of Mobile, and D. 1!. 1!.
I Frost, of Charleston. From the reports in
Lits favor, there neems no reason to doubt
I the efficacy of ...is medicine in Secondary
I Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseasi >,
I Chronic Hepatic Affections and other coin
? plaints benefited by alterative medicines.
! For sah; hy FISHER .V HEINITSH,
! June 2'J Pharmacists, Columbia, S. C.
A New and Grand Epoch
MEDICINE !
DR. MAGGLEL'S
PILLS AXTO ?
TIIHESE wonderful medicines are now so
JL familiar lo tho people tba; but little
! endorsement of their value ns a physic
j need be made. The Pills ..f Dr. Maggiel
j contain no mineral. They do not gripe,
j and they do not enfeeble tho syst m byc.x
! trenn- purging. They aie universal in
CREATING A VIGOROUS APPETI TE!
i And correspondingly strengthen the diges
I tion. They tone the liver, (dear th" head
1 and steady the nerves. To those who ?re
? not familiar with the use of
DR. MAGGLEL'S PILLS
! As an anti-billions remedy, the fallowing
j extracts from various letter- will be. it is
I hoped, of sufficient importance to justify
! tilt quoting (d'them here:
WUAT THE PATIENTS SAI Or
I Dit. MAGGLEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
'.The best Pills for headache 1 ever bad."
, "My liver works like an engine, thanks
j to your Pills."
', 'd am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggiel,
j that I would not he without a box of your
I Pills for curing me of morning nausea for
j the world."
"You will find enclosed il. Your Bills
I are only 25 cents, but Iconsider?them worth
; to me fl."
.?DEAK DOCTOU: My tongue had a fur on
j it every morning like the back of a eat.
i Your Pills took it away."
"I took half a pill and crushed it to now
: der, and gave it m jelly to my little babe
I for cholera morbus. The dear little pct
I was well in three hours after."
"I suppose it is hardly worth while to tell
j you my burned foot has got wadi from the
j use of your Salve. Enclosed lim1 25 cents
j for another box to keep in tile' ?louse."
"Send me another box of Salve."
! ''Enclosed lind 75 cents for two boxes of
1 your Maggie!** Bills and one of Salve."
"The most gentle, yet searching, medi
j cine I ever swallowed."
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
i Are almost universal in their effects, and a
I cure can be almost always guaranteed.
FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
: Nothing can be more productive of cure
j than these Pills. Their almost magic in.
j flifence is felt at once; and the usual con?
comitants of this most distressing disease
are removed. These remedies ure made
I from the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
'They will not harm the most delicate fe?
male, and can be given with good effect in
prescribed doses to the youngest babe.
FOR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS
And all eruptions of the skin, tho Salve is
most invaluable, lt does not heal exter?
nally alone, but penetrates with the most
searching effects to the very root of tho evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
INVARIABLY CURE THE FOLLOWING DISEASES:
Asthma, j Headache,
Bowel Complaints, ' Indigestion,
Coughs, Inrlueiiza,
Colds, Inflammation,
(.'best Diseases. Inward Weakness.
Costiveness, ? Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, ' Lowness of Spirits,
Diarrhoea, j Ringworm,
Dropsy, i Rheumatism,
Debility, I Salt Rheum,
Fever and Ague, Scalds.
Skin Diseases.
Each Box Contains 12 Pills.
One PUL is a I>ose.
NOTICE.-None genuine without the en?
graved trade mark around each pot or box.
signed by DR. J. MAGGIEL, New York, to
counterfeit which is felony.
Ki" Sold hy all respectable dealers in
medicines throughout tho United States
and Canadas, at 25 cents per box or pot
FISHER Sc HEINITSH, Columbia, S. C.
July 29 _ ly
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
AFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, Ac, in store
and for sale low for cash.
Mav 26 JOHN C. DIAL.
BELTING AND PACKING.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
Hemp and India Rubber PACKING.
A good assortment of the above in store
nnd for sale low for cash bv
July 25 .lolIN e. DIAL.
COPARTNERSHIP.
rr^HE undersigned have forme.1 ^ ci.;., ii
JL nership for the transaction of tho Al <
TION and COMMISSION liUSINESS int:.,
citv of Columbia, under the name and st vi?
of MCDONALD A MCELWEE. Otirome?
and store-rooms are situated on Lol
street, first door West of thc Post Office
where wo will give strict attention an;
business entrusted to our care, and ?ii
endeavor t'> give satisfaction lo al! fin
cerned. D. I?. Mc;DONALl>,
Aug43inn .1. I!. McELWEE.
'?GAREE RESTALItAXT ?"
Next door Hes/ of //,.. pOSi fjffiv?
TREVET & BERAuIII
WOULD respectfully inform ,1,,,,
friends and tho public in gow? ra;
I that they have opened a RESTAURAN 1 :.i
.the above place, where tin- very bi'si ol
j everything in the way of eating and drink
? ing can be obtained ;i: short notice,
j CREAM ALE on draught.
I LUNCH every day from ll to 1 o"cloe? .
Fresh OYSTERS constantly on hand,
j .Lily in
National Hotel,
! Near the Greenville and Charleston
Railroad Depots,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
-..?-.
I THE public is informed thal thc
Mabove hotel has jn-t Leon linished.
and contains new furniture through
out, for the accommodation off RANS] KN V
and REGULAR BOARDERS. The very
j best that the markets afford '.Oil be found
on his table, prepared in excellent style.
I ("harm's moderate.
j Passengers will be coiiveved lo abd hum
either of the depots FREE' OF CHARGE
i Also, VEHICLES furnished t.. ciury pa
I senders to anv part of th- town or conntrj .
i Fine WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. Tu
j BACCO, etc . eau be obtained in the Sam?
ple Ko..tu connected v. Uh the hotel.
! Aug 7 K. JOINER, Proprietor.
Baltimore Advertisements.
JOHN IZARD MIDDLETON,
Shipping ami Commission Merchant.
KO. 7 SOUTH STREET, HA ?.Tl MO ii E.
ATTENDS to the purchase ol'CRAIN,
FLOUR, GUANO, Ac. and salo ol
COTTON, LUMBER.aid SOETHERN
PRODUCE.
Refers to Mos>i s. Lamben Git tbigs ,v
Co., Mordecai A Co.. Baltimore: Caskic :.
Brothers, Richmond: ('murdin, Mai thies
sen A Co., Porcher A Henn . Cob. u. Mac?
kel A Co., J. D. Aiken A Co*. Chai !, sum, S.
C. ; Gourdin, Matthiessen A Co..Savannah;
I Fiaher A Lowrance, Columbia, S. j C. ;
! Mayes A Martin. Nenin irv e. H.: .lannes
j Pagan. Chester, s. C. ' Aug 2V) 2mo
New York Advertisements.
D. SEYMOUR,,
OF il ECRU IA.
WITH
FULL, (J?GlffllALL i Ul
$ ?
For the Southern Market,
AT WHOLESALE,
33 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK.
Oct 12 Imo
Sweet Opoponax from Mexico!
"VJ"ATURE enid not produce a richer
?\ gem or choicer Perfume*. Ti", i: and
be convinced. E. T. SMITH A C >..
Sept lt* limo New York.
Sweet Opoponax from Mexico:
rpHE most elegant and .-.-.-. olia! personal
1 requisite for a lady, ''Extract of Sweet
Opoponax."' E. T. SMITH A CO.,
Sept 19 (?mo New York.
DEGRAAF & TAYLOR,
87 and S'J Bowery amlM ChrhtieS!., X. Y ,
STILL continue to ic thc largest Furni
ture Manufacturers in thc city. Parlor,
Dining Room and ( lhamber FURNITURE,
Canopy and Victoria Redstead*, for the
Southern trade, at 2n per cent, reduction in
price. Sept lt) 6mo
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
COMMISSION MERC H ANTS,
I7<OR the sale of COTTON, COTTON
1 YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
Ac., and for the purchase ot Merchandize
generally, titi Pearl Street, New York.
Consignments to us ?rom every peint in
thc South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. .Inlv 15 Iv
J. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY'.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES:
SOUTHERN SECURITIES !
Bought and SK'ld on commission b\
LAWRENCE BROTHERS & CO.,
KO. lt: WALL STREET, .VA U YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from bank.-,
bankers, merchants and others. Ci?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at til?' regular Moe!; in?
chang? by a member ?if the ti rm. Consign?
ments of'Cotton solicited. April s
DEWITT C. LAWIIES? E. J?UIS R. CECIL.
C?KVS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTE?.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FIJI MIRV
AM)
PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 2S, 3i> and 152 Centre street, (corner
of Reade street,) New York. Tin-type
on which this paper is printed is from tho
above Foundry. Nov 18
WESTCHESTER HOUSE,
Corner [troon* Street awl Bowery, X. Y.
1?HIS hons?;, capa!.U' of accommodating
three hundred guests" and kept on the
European ulan, is centrally located, and
mar t<> all ?oints. City cars pass the
Hotel t<> all the Ferries, Railroad Depots
and places ot Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. ?1.00 per day,
double,$2.00. J. F. DARROW A CO.,
jan li ly Proprietors.

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