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Wednesday Morning, Oct. 24, 1866.
Misrepresent a. 1 ?on.
It is very difficult to koop poor with
the tergiversations of the editor of
the New York Ti?i<:<. At ono time
thc professed leader of the conserva?
tive party of thc North and the
mouth-piece of the Philadelphia
Convention-this alter his radie:!!
votes in Congress-ho uow returns tu
his original herd, and with the
Herald and Beecher, linds his most
genial associates in such characters
as Butler, Stunner, Phillips & Co.
But this is not the worst feature in
this political weather-cock of an
editor. He blows hot and cold almost
in thc saino breath, vide au item from
the New York World in another
column. But this is not all, he tra?
duces and misrepresents the best
citizens of thc South. We take thc
subjoined from the Times, of Satur
day. After stating that tut effort will
be made to array the Southern peo?
ple against the nmendme.it, with
whom he well knows no snell effort is
required, he goes on to say:
"Wc shall regret it most profound?
ly, if these efforts should prove suc?
cessful. Nothing, in our judgment,
could be more disastrous to the whole
country, and especially to the South?
ern States, than such a result. They
are sacrificing their substantial inter?
ests to a false idea of their own dig?
nity and honor. They arc repeating
the very mistake which dragged them
into thc rebellion and overwhelmed
them with ruin. Wade Hampton is
the very last man whose advice they
can afford to follow, for he is a type
of the very class whoso advice be?
trayed them to their ruin. Thc
Southern people were made to be?
lieve, by him and others like him,
that their honor was at stake, that
they were insulted by the National
Government, and that self-respect
forbade their submission. They had
no injury to complain of; they could
point to no tangible and positive
wrong they had suffered; but theil
honor would not permit them to sub
mit longer to tho control of tho Na?
tional Government. And under this
false and fatal advice they plunged
into rebellion, with the results thei
have now so much reason to de
Tho whole paragraph is ono of mis
representation. Is it "a false idea o
dignity and honor" to refuse, at tb
bidding of the crazy and malignan
inveterates-Thad. Stevens and hi
motley crew of followers-to cap th
climax of self-degradation by disfran
chising nine-tenths of the best lue:
of South Carolina? And it must b
remembered that, notwithstanding
the apparently saving clause'that tIii
disability may be removed by a twe
thirds voto in Congress, if adopted
the amendment becomes part an
parcel of the Constitution.
The editor of the limes knows, i
he knows anything at all about th
matter, that it was not tho advice c
Wado Hampton and others like bin
that caused South Carolina to tak(
the first step in thc secession move
ment. Gen. Hampton, if we are no
mistaken, was attached to the Unior
but his native State having taken he
position, with that high-toned devi
lion, honor and fidelity which hav
ever been his prominent character^
tics, he was among the first of herd<
fenders, and the defenders of the cans
of the South. As to the Southern pee
plo having no injuries to complai
of, ?fcc, it is mere political clap-tra]
dug up, after all is past and gone, fe
party purposes, as the astute polit
ciau who uses it knows very weil.
In another issue of the Times, tl
editor says that the extremists cantu
claim a victory in the recent electio
in Pennsylvania, or. the approacl
ing election in New York; yet it say
"We submit, therefore, that tl:
South should discard mere threat
and address itself to tho realities ?
the hour. And of theso realities, tl
amendment is tho principal, not lei
because it expresses tho conditioi
upon which alone.tho North will coi
sent to the re-admission of tl
Southern States, than because it re]
resents the views of thc controllii
majority in Congress."
What is this but tho ultimatum i
the radicals-"extremists," as 1
calls them? The Southern poop
do not care by what political nome
clature the party may lie called wi
offers the chalice of self-degradation
bc they radicals, moderate Republ
cans or what not; thc dose is all tl
same, and they reject it with seor
But thc editor has sense enough
perceive that oven if the Southe:
States should adopt the constitution
amendment, they have no guarani
they would be re-admitted to Co
gress. He gets out of this quanda
in the following lame way:
"lt world have been moro satisfao
tory, we acknowledge, had Congress ;
definitely affirmed its readiness to j
admit th?- States on theil- ratification
of thc amendment. We think that
the omission was an turor, if not a
wron;;-. That it docs not imply an j
adverse purpose is. however, as clear ?
as anything eau be, which depends I
upon inferential and presumptive
Oil, wily politician! To trust, to
radical faith on stich a slender basis
as this-such an easy loop-hole for
those who never kept faith to creep
out of. "A burnt child dreads lire.'"
THE NATIONAL EXTUKSS COMPANY.
The Richmond Z'pTtessays it has been
determined to reduce tho capital
stock of thecompany from $4,000,000
to $1,000,000, thereby reducing the
par value of each share from ."Slot) to
$25. It is believed that all the stock?
holders will be willing to pay up to
this extent. If such should be the
case, the amount thus paid in will
pay till the out-standing debts of the
company," and enable it to proceed
uninterruptedly. It was further de?
termined by the stockholders' meet?
ing to issue $600,000 of now stock,
on which the company guarantees a
dividend of eight per cent. Thc
company are sanguine of eventual
success. Thc Richmond Dispatch
states that arrangements arc in pro?
gress for connecting with the Mer?
chants' Union Express Company,
who will conduct the business North.
East and West: the National will
carry on tho Southern routes.
COURT.-The Court of Sessions for
Pickens District convened at this
place, on Monday last-his Honor
Judge Monro, presiding. His Honor
despatches business in a quiet, plea?
sant manner, and much to the satis?
faction of those present generally.
Monday and Tuesday were occu?
pied by unimportant matters, save
that of a, Nile against thc Clerk for
not docketing the civil cases, fol.
Norton insist :d that the rule should
lie made absolute, and that the. re?
cent law of the Legislature on this
subject wax unconstitutional, (len.
Haskell spoke to the same point.
Hon. McGowati defended the action
of the Clerk. Judge Munro discharged
the rule. The ease will go to the
Court, of Errors.-'Pickens Courier.
- ? -
A special Washington despatch to
the Boston Journal states that treaties
with the imperial Government of
Mexico have been agreed upon, and
are>now under procelss of exchange.
The French troops and Maximilian
withdraw this year from Mexico.
The United States assumes tin; pro?
tectorate of the . republic, guarantee?
ing the 1'renell claims. In considera?
tion, Mexico ?redes to the United
States the peninsula of Lower Cali?
fornia, ami other territory South of
our present South-west boundary.
HOMICIDE.-On Saturday night, at
a negro ball in Aiken, a difiidllty
occurred between the dancers, and
.several jumped on one and beat him
severely. He succeeded in extricat?
ing himself, and drawing his kuife,
killed ono of Iiis assailants outright,
and injured the other so soverel .
that he died on Sunday.
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT.-A woman
named Brown, while under the influ?
ence of liquor, went to sleep tm tin
track near Aiken, last week, and was
run over by a passing train, which
completely severed her head from liei
The Bombay overland mail brings
advices to September 8. The famine
in Orissa was fearful. Tho Board ol
Revenue has ceased to publish th?
number of reported deaths.
Archibald Campbell, Esq., City
Treasurer of Charleston, died at Sum?
merville, on Sunday, tho '2 hst.
HE. NICHOLS ?V Co.. Insurance
. Agi nts, have removed to the roomf
over J.? T. lt. Agnew's Store, where thoj
will bc pleased to see their old friends an!
customers and ?ll who desire (hebest in?
surance. Oct 24 3
Columbia Lodge No.--, U. B.
A AN Extra Communication of this
Lodge will bo held THIS (Wcdnes
A/\day; EVENING, at 7 o'clock, ai
Palmetto Lodge Hall,for the purpose o
conferring thc Second Degree, liv order o:
the W. M. S. H. GRASSHEIMER,
Oct 21 1 Secretary.
s m MAY bo found next to W
I WV T- Walters, opposite the Mar
L^T vw ket, prepared to manufacture
*i^B^everv description of Ladies
and Gentlemen's BOOTS, GAITERS, .Vc.
Oct 24 _ Imo
DISTRICT COURT OF RICHLAND,
COLUMBIA, October 23, 1866.
ORDERED, That the ( le.k of the Com
do give notice that this Court is nov
organized, and that it will sit in Chambers
at the Court House, (Gibbes' Hall,) oi
WEDNESDAY of every week, at 10 o'clocl
a. m., for the transaction of such business
within its jurisdiction as maybe brough:
Ordered, That no icc be also given thai
the "Return Day" for the first Quarterly
session falls on THURSDAY", the 3d clay o
Rv order of Court.
Oct 24 Imo I). E. MULLER. C. C. D. C.
TUST OPENED, a large assortment <.
Low's and John Gomel! A CO.'H ENG
LISH HAIR BRUSHES, at
Du. C. ll. MIOT'S lung Store.
Wade Hampton's Speech.
l uis gentleman hus made just ex?
actly such a speech as might be ex?
pected from him. ile believed South
C 'ar. 'lina to be right, and therefore he
fought for her; he believes her still
to have been right, and ho says .so.
?Lc believes that when a war was
[u nscented for a specific object, and
could only under the Constitution be
prosecuted for that sp?cifie object,
that th?? cessation of armed resistance
carried necessarily with it a pledge,
so much the more binding upon men
of honor as it rests for execution en?
tirely upon honor.
Hereupon the 7W?>HMehowls. What
is its complaint against Wade Hamp?
ton? Not that he disobeys the law,
not that ho is engaged in plotting a
counter-revolution, but that he can?
not see through Mr. Greeley's eyes.
WI)at specially makes the Republican
party furious is, that men will not '
think as it does. It is not contented 1
that the Southern States should be \
compelled to accept its view of the j
relation of the States to each other j
and to the Federal Government, ;
which the Southern States do; but it |
insists that they shall put on record |
an acknowledgment of wickedness as
well as of defeat.
The Tunes, to which the idea of I
honor seems as ridiculous as tho I
squaring of a circle, warns the South?
ern States against indulging in such
luxury as too expensive for poor peo?
ple. We did suppose that "honor"
meant greatness of soul added to
honesty, and that tho highest eulo
gium to pass upon character was to ?
attribute to it honor. It is very i
clear that, in the Times1 view, to keep
out of tho criminal courts is about as J
much soul-ward as a mau ought to ?
aspire to. Bank-ward, comfortable- \
ward, let him stretch Iiis energies. I
?New York Wo el il. j
The T. D. Wagner, which plied |
between Charleston and Boston, has !
been burnt at sea. The passengers
and crew are safe.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Hy his Excellency JAMES I. on li, <;<>
cernoe and Comma niter-in-Chiejf in and
acer Stair of South Car.?lin i'.
XTTHEREAS marination has been rc
VT coivod at this office that an atrocious
murder was committed bv N KW TON COR
LEY on ti:-- body of George Watkins, in
Edgcfield District, on the nth of October,
lsi'.ii, and that the said CorW has tied from ?
Kow, know yo, that L .TAMES L. ORR, !
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the Slut.- aforesaid, in order that said
Corloy may bo brought to trial and condign
punishment, do lierebv offer a reward of i
Two Hundred Dollars' Tor his arrest and
san- delivery in any jail in this State, or
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars for his ar?
rest and safe delivery in anv jail in the
Said Newton Curley is about twenty-one
years of age, stoutly built, about five feet
six iuehes high, daile complexion, dark
eyes, dark hair, rather quick spoken,
weighs about iso pounds, and has verv
In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the seal of
stale to be affixed, at Columbia, this
twenty-second day of October, in the
fi., s.] year of ceir Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six. and in the
ninety-first year of the independence
of the United States of Ann rica.
JAMES !.. Gilli, Governor.
WM. K. HI:NTT. Secretary Slate s. C.
Oct 24 2
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEN I",
COLUMBIA, October 22, 18GG.
TO Ii CI LD Elis AXD CONTRACTORS.
fTlHE Legislature at the extra session
1 passed the following resolution:
"Resolved, That the Governor do adver?
tise for estimates of tho cost of covering
the new State House, and uf titting np
therein a sufficient number of rooms for
tho usc of thc General Assembly and its
officers upon the most economical plan,
and lay them before thc Houses at their
Estimates aro invited, therefore, accord?
ing to a plan and specifications which may?
be seen in tho Executive Office:
1st. To enclose and finish tho East wing
<>f thc building, so as to accommodate thc
Legislature and its officers.
2d. To cover the entire building and
finish one of the wings, so as to accommo?
date tho Legislature and its officers.
:>d. To enclose and finish the East wing
as above, and to cover the remaining wnlU
of tho centre building and West wing.
In addition to thc above, bidders and
contractors may furnish plans and specifi?
cations, at their own expense, and esti?
mates, and they will be considered:
1st. To enclose and finish the East wing,
so as to accommodate thc General Assem?
bly and its officers.
_ 2d. To cover the 'entire building and
finish one of tho wings, so as to accommo?
date the General Assembly and its officers.
:5d. To endoso and finish tho East wing
as above, and to cover the remaining wails
of the centre building and West wing.
These plans and estimates will bc laid
before the General Assembly for their con?
All plans, specifications and estimates
must be filed m this ellice by TUESDAY,
thc 20th November next, at 12 o'clock rn.
JAMES L. ORR, Governor.
/>BT Carolinian, Columbia, Courier and
News, Charleston, will publish semi-weekly
three wee!;.-.. Oct 21 wsC
The Alumni Convention of the Stock- j
holders of the Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company will take place in this city, j
on Thursday, the first day of November.
1800. Oct 21.
Augusta, (?a., Octobor20, 18CC.
South Carolina Railroads.
The several Railroad Companies in this
State, and all persons who have com- j
plaints to make of excessive or unequal i
charges, or violations of their charters by
said roads, wili take notice that thc fol
lowing joint resolution ..f the General i
Assembly was adopted at thc last regular j
licsolced, That a Special Commission,
consisting of two members of tho Senate,
and one from cadi Congressional District !
in the House, bc appointed to investigate
and report to this General Assembly, atiis
next regular session, the complaints made 1
of excessive and unequal chargos by the
different Railroad Companies of this State, ?
and t<? inquire if, and in what manner, I
they h av*- violated their respective char-I
t'-r-i. That thc said Commission have
power I" summon such witnesses, and to
require thc production of such books and j
pap? rs as may bc necessary, and also to ?
inquire and report what charters are .sub- ?
jec! to amendment; and in those cases
where amendments are practicable, what
changes should, bc made t<> protect tho i
int.-rest o! the public.
The Commission appointed under thc
foregoing resolution, hereby call upon all
persons having knowledge of material
facts relating to thc malters embraced in
said resolution, to forward statements
duly authenticated to Hie several mem?
bers of thc- Commission as hereinafter
Complaints and chargea '.elating to the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, thc
Blue Ridge Railroad, thc Laurens Rail?
road, the Spartanburg and Union Railroad,
may bo forwarded to ii. V. Townes, at
Greenville C. H., or to NV. S. Grisham, at
Charges ami complaints, relating io the
South Carolina Railroad, tnav lu- forwarded
to M. C. Butler, Ridgefield C. il., or R. s.
Duryea, af Charleston.
Those relating to tin; Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, and thc King's
Mountain Railroad, tnav be sent to 1'.. \V.
Bali, at Laurens C. H. '
Those relating to tlc Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad, and tin- Cheraw and
Darlington Railroad, may be sent to Harris
Covington, ai Bennet tsvillc.
Those relating bi the Notth-eastern
Railroad, and Charleston and Savannah
j Railroad, to R. S. Duryea, at Charleston.
The Commission will meet at Columbia,
(at Nickel-sou's Hotel.) on FRIDAY, th.'
, 23d day of November next, at 10 o'clock
j a. m.. to make up t heir report ; at which
time any persons interested may appear
before them, and furnish such information
as may be considered necessary, relative t<
thc n; ittei s under consideration.
% C. F TOWNES,
Chairman Senate Committee.
M. C. BUTLER,
Chairman House Committee.
I Sent 22 fwlf)
! corros mm corros YARSSI
' rr BALES just r.'ceivedand for sah; bv
j I Oci 2:! ALFRED TOLLESON.
MES. S. A. SMITH
.j^gj^ HAS REMOVED to the room;
? 'S^Bi'flL 'V 'J'. R. Agnew's stores, when
IL ?Wskf will open, THIS DAV, he
^.V' steck of KAI.!, MILLINERY
I ^ to which she ..nils the attentioi
I of the ladies. Oct 1'.) Imo
Xi atc ?Lrrivals.
TUSTOFENED, a fine assortment of:
Contv's VIOLET POMADE.
.. ' CREME POMPADOUR.
CREME DE 11EAUTE.
I Delertrez Creme Duchesse.
Rubin's Extracts, fer Handkerchief.
Farina ( ?ologne, genuine.
Burnett's Toilet S*dts.
Laird's Bloom of Youth.
Rubin's Soaps, assorted.
Kimmi l's Toilet liar Snap,
brown Windsor Soap.
Rimmcl's Pellucid Glycerine Soap.
Military Shaving Soap. At
"Da. C. ?1. MIOrS Drug Store.
English Tooth Brushes.
A FEW dozen tine waxed hacked ENX
JA. LISH TOOTH BRUSHES, at
Dr.. C. II. MIDI'S Drugstore.
ON H caso TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENO
, ROSE WATER, received and for ?a!
at MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
fj. HOSTETTEU'S BITTERS.
KL McLean's Strcngth'g Cordial
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters.
3 Plantation Bitters.
^ Perry Davis'Tain Killer.
Hoolland's Cern?an Bitters.
Rad way's Relief.
Sandford's Liver Invigilator.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue .Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a largo assortment
such article s as are generally kept in tirs
class drug stores. DR. 0.'ll. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
INDIA RUBBER, LUFFA LO and IVOJ
COMBS, at C. H. MIOT'S
Oct 17 Drug Store.
GOLDES S?milOlB SYRUP
STEAM REFINED SUGAR LOAF s
RUP an extra article.
?Vt :". JOHN C. SllEUEItS ic CO.
REGARDLESS OF COST !
ASSEMBLY STREET, ;
Between Plain and Washington, .
Offer their targe am] well sch cl ed stuck of
? >i\y < iroocls?,
H I:i**<I ware,
? ' iiil>i*4-ilii
1 5<><>? ?-?-, ?^SIOON:, j
? ? l? i t<-,
VT WI) BELOW COST.
Dall Soon and See for Yourselves
./. SULZBACJIER <0 CO.
Fresh Goods !
20 olds. ''Snow E?all" Family flour.
Stilton and Factory Cheese. In store
and for sale at fair prices liv
Oct 23:1 C. it. UALDWIN A CO.
HERETOFORE existing nuder thc linn
of PARKER ti FRIPP, i- this day !
dissolve.! l.v mut nal consent.
GEO. W.* PARKER is authorized h i set?
tle the business of thc concern. All per ;
sons indebted will make pavimatt to bim.
GEO. A ." PARKER.
.JOSEPH T. FRIPP. !
Columbia, s. C., October 20, 18(?t?.
The undersigned having purchased thc
interest ol' Mr. Fripp in the (inn of Parker 1
A Fripp, ?viii continue the business at the
sane- stand, corner .Main and Camden
streets. GEO. W. PARKER.
Oct 2:: 0
Saur Kraut !
pr BBLS., imported, bv
O Oci.2:J CALNAN .V KREUDRR.i
NE THOUSAND bushels While CORN,
.-.lin bushels .MIXED CORN.
1,000 bushels White and black S. od Oats.
10,000 lbs. Lacon Sides and Shoulders.
7<t bags Rangoon Klee prime.
'Jo libls. super Flour,
'?."i sacks Salt.
.">() bushels Cow Peas.
5?) bales Eastern Hay.
(.Lain of all descriptions constantly <
hand. BROWNE ?t SCIIIKMER.
Oct 21 Cmos
ONE HUNDRED boxes, j-i-t received at
Oct 2i\ C, CALNAN A KREUDER'S.
AT CALNAN ? KR KC J) ER'S.
Oct 20 fi
AND RAISINS !
CALNAN A KREUDER'S.
A WHISKEY !
DDLS. Bourbon and Rye WHISKEY,
??V/at CALNAN .V KREUDER'S.
I>EKSONS wishing FRAMES made to
. suit any sized picture, can lie aceom
nodated. The subscribers have now on
land a largo stock of all kinds and style,
if GILT and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
md will make frames neatly and on tia
diortest notice. Call and examine sam
des at the PHONIX BOOKSTORE.
TOWNSEND .V NORTH.
LE BON TON, with large plates.
Madam Dcmarest's Magazine of Fa
liion, with patterns, colored plates, Ac.
A variety of NEW PUBLICATIONS.
New Books for Children, well selected.
Just received at
M< ( 'A J ?TE R'S LOOK "Ti ) I ? E,
Opposite Columbia Law Range.
Oct 12 R. L. BRYAN.
r ^ OSHEN BUTTER.
LT AN D
Hoiible C.oh d Extra FAMILY FLOUR.
.Sciit Hi. .JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Miasrs. SulzbaeherA Co. advertise thai
ii.ey are celling off theil laigo stock of
roods ur rust. Give thom a call, as bar?
gains will doubtless be obtu ned.
CHEAP RAILROAD FUKIOUTS Charlotte,
N. C., and all intermediate points, will
aavc the advantage from to-day, ut low
railroad rate? to Charleston, 8. C. Wu
liare been informed that $3 per baleen
;otton; il ncr head on first-class merchau
!;>:< : tiTi cents on second class, and 75 cents
m third, are thc figures fer the through
freights, steel;, furniture, machinery, & c.,
per car load, are rated at comparatively
[ow price. Tho particulars of these great
.banges will l>r> made known in a few days;
ls also a tariff of rates from and to Bos?
ton, New Voil,, Philadelphia and Balti?
more, which will give co Charleston a posi
'.ion as a shipping port, to which she is, by
uer geographical position, so eloarlv enti?
A LIDKK.VL. OFFER. -'The publishers of
Tlie Galaxy, tlc new fortnightly maga?
zine, announce that they will tfirtt to each
purchaser of the unmberof that magazine
for November 1st. winch i* now ready, a
handsomely illustrated pamphlet book or
ir."> octavo pages, containing tho first
twenty-six chapters of '"Thc Olaverings,'1
Anthony Trollope's latest and best novel.
?'The Claverings" is appearing in Z'/ie
Galaxy simultaneously with its publica?
tion in England, end will soon bo com?
pleted. The hook given away is equal in
size and typography to novels which are
ordinarily soul for seventy-live cents. Thc
Galaxy for November i, with '"The Cla?
verings," extra, may he obtained ut tho
leading newsdealers', or thu magazine and
the book will he sent by the publishers to
?uv address, on the receipt of thirtv cents.
Address \V. C. A E. V. Church, N'...> Park
Kow, New York.
Tn K J .AMI'or ! .ii T.. The glow of health
and I?, auty is nowhere moro perceptible
and beautifully af ?active than in tho
ruddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, and the lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it- is supplied
with pure blood. The Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, tie- great blood purifier, is a
cleaning amt searching medicine giving
strength to the f eble, invigorating and
restoring the old; cleansing ajid purifying
the young. Th.- Queen's Delight and Sar
sa parilla is for ?.ale liv Einher A Heinitsh ,
NEW An VETSTTSEMKNTS. Attention EH call .
. d to th . following advertisements, which
are published lois morning for the first
W. T. Walter -Furniture Sale.
.1. i). Aiken A Co. Steamship Dictator.
Gov. Orr -To Builders mid Co n tract ora.
Columbia Bodge-Extra Meeting.
J. Sulzbaoher A Co. Sidling Off.
Gov. Orr Proclamation.
I). li Miller-L< gal Notice.
II. E. Nichols A Co.- Removal.
George Smith -Hoots. Shot-s, A.-.
Jacob Bell citation Mrs. Starling.
FUI.I. OF USRKUI. Tarsos. Eike that com?
prehensive article of domestic use called a
"hons, -wife,'' the catalogue of tho Soap
ma nfacturetl bv Colgate; A Co., New York,
will be found ru'll of good things, exceed?
ingly useful in tin- kitchen, the laundry or
the dressing-room. Colgate's Soaps hob),
a high place, in the public estimation.
To gather pearls from ocean's vases,
Divers go down MI divers ?daces;
Eat at our mouths of streams andi bays-.
No pearls do Asian swimmers r.-is^,
Eike those in beauty's mouth t\.i.s shine.
Made by the Sozodont divine.
List of Arrivals at the National Hotel,
W W Duncan, lady and servant, Danville,
Va; Miss Alice Robinson, Miss Alice Lo?
max, Richmond, Va; R S A Pearson, Union;
A B Rose. J E Thames, J ll I.onour, G S
Hacker, J II Steinmever, 1) A Watson,
Charleston; E F Davis,"Spartanburg; WF
McKewn, Orangeburg; Geo R Richards,
Pendleton; Miss E Lavousselicr, Mrs E A
Henderson aud three children. Anderson;-,
\V P. Elkins, Richland; J ll Humphravs,
Marietta, Ga; J II Darker, M Loadh.?t.'.
Beaufort; .T O'Brien, James TrnmbleVSC"
Railroad; Frank Edwards, A S West, Ag'ts
for Dan Cast. ?Io's Circus; W II Webb, B .1
Singleton, Ncwuerrv; C It Franklin, Chur?
ton; .1 M Alston, S i -. C II Graeser, Colum?
bia; E Gregg Richards, Pendleton.
Stamping! Stamping! Stamping!
DONE in a variety of handsome styles,
on any kind cf goods. A large assort?
ment of choice Patterns can bo seen at all
limes. Also, beautiful liraiding Patterns;
and orders taken for Brailling, in a neat
?nd pretty manner, on short notice. Ap?
ply at the auction room of Mess's. LEVIN
V PEINOTTO, e.?ruer Plain and Assembly
streets, Columbia. Oct 23 "
State South Carolina-Richland Dist.
Jacob Bell, Ordinary of sai<l District.
\X7"IIEREAS Elizabeth C. Starling
W hath applied to me for letters of
ulministration on all and singular tho
roods and chattels, rights and credits of
labriel R. Starling, late ol' the District
These are, therefore, to cite and ad?
monish all and singular the kindred and
..roditors of the said deceased, tobe and
ippear before me. at our next Ordinary's
Jourt forthe said District, to be holdon'at
Columbia on Monday, the fifth day of
November next, at ten o'clock a. m., to
ihow cause, if any, why tho said adminis
ration should not lie granted,
??ven under my hand and seal of the Court
ibis twenty-second day of October, in the
vear <>f our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six, and in tho nine?
ty-first vear of American independence.
Oct 21 w2 Ordinary Richland Dist.
General Intelligence Office.
11HE undersigned have this day aseo
ciated themselves together for the pur
iose of carrying on th J above business.
Persons in need of .servants, and freod
I): ii in want of employment, eau, by
egistering their names at our office, re
eive information in regan I to their require?
ments. We are in correspondence with
louses i:i different places throughout tho
Southern States, and will give an earnest
nd assiduous attention to al! business en
rusted to our car?. Applications to bo
nado at tun' office, next door to the PWst
hi'ice, between 'J m. and 'J. o'clock p. m.,
nd :! and <; o'clock p. m.
ll. R. SWINTON CO.
I. ii. SWINTON. J o. F.UWAimS. 1>. R.CXATtON
Oct 18 Imo