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COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
PUBLISHED 1>ML\ AND TKI-WKEKLY.
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BY JULIAN A. SELBY, !
STATE AND (TTY PRINTER. '
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VT' A liberal discount made on the ahooe
rates inhen adaertiseinenls ari: inaertnl by\
Cia' liUmth ur yeitr.
HT Special notices 10 cents a line.
The Burning ol' tl?c TUt-odore I>.
YVe ?tract from tho New York j
? Herald, of Wednesday, tho following
in relation to the burning ot* thc i
steamer Theodore D. Wagner, from
Boston to Charleston :
The brig Velocity arrived on Mon- j
day evening at the Atlantic Docks, ;
Brooklyn, having on board u large ,
number of the rescued passengers,
and nearly all the crew o? the steam?
ship Theodore I). Wagner, of the
Boston and Charleston line, which
was burned at. sea last Saturday,
?bout, seventy-live, miles oft' Cape
Henry, while mi her voyage to
The Wagner loft Boston last Thins- :
day, having on board a valuable cargo ;
consisting chiefly of boots and shoes |
and other articles <>f wear for the ;
Southern trade. She lind also on !
hoard twenty-six passengers, about
.sixteen or eighteen of whom were i
women. She proceeded ou her
voyage without any accident occur- ;
-iag until Saturday, when, in latitude ?
38.10 North, and longitude 73.50
West, it was discovered that a tire j
had broken out in the engine room,
enveloping the whole place soon
aft?r in flames, livery means were !
tried to .stay or suppress thc progress
of the flames, but to no purpose. |
The decks were cut up, wet blankets
thrown on the burning portions of
the ship; the crew worked -with all
their mightaud main; the passengers I
helped them cheerfully and willingly, !
the ladies acted heroically, some of
them working the pumps for no less
a space of time than ?in honr-aud-a
half without ceasing; still, all to no
avail, as the flames got too great a
hold ?f the ship to be easily quenched
or put down. The captain acted very
bravely and gallantly, giving his or?
ders with the greatest steadiness and
deliberation, working as vigorously
as any of the crew, and was tho last ?
to leave the ill-fated vessel. The fire I
at one time abated considerably, and !
many thought it was completely ex- !
tinguished, but it broke out again j
with terrific fury, taking possession |
of every portion of the ship and eon- j
suming everything before it, leaving
no chance or hope whatever of sav
ing any of the property of either the |
owners or the passengers. When all !
hope hod gone, the captain gave or- j
ders to abandon the Wagner. The j
small boats were then lowered, and
the passengers and crew all safely j
landed in them. They steered fori
the brig and schooner which were in !
sight, scarcely three-quarters of a j
mile away, and in which they were i
most hospitably received and treated
in the kindest possible manner.
The Velocity, bound for this port,
is the brig which picked up the great- i
er number of tho passengers, and \
took every possible caro of them on !
their way back io this city. Beds ?
were fixed up for thc; women, and
every comfort that tho size of the
vessel would allow was extended to L
them. Tho boats of the Velocity also !
assisted in transferring the passengers j
to the small boats of the Wagner, '
then took from the latter, for tho !
voyage, a good supply of provisions, j
and having received all on board, pro- |
c.eeded on her way.
The names of the passengers who
arrived in this city on Monday, on
I ^ird the Y'elocity, are: Mrs. Mur?
ray, Misses Murray, (two.) Mrs. Mar?
ble, Mrs. Burton, Misses Chase, (two,)
Captain Babson, Chief Engineer
Wyman, Third Assistant Engineer
John McKay and other officers, the
steward and assistants, two colored
women and two colored men, and a
lady whose name was not ascertained,
but who is said to be tho wife of tho
Colonel of the Third New Hamp?
On the arrival of the Velocity at ;
Brooklyn, the captain of the Wagner I
immediately waited on the agents of ?
the company, in Wall street, who
gave him funds sufficient to return to
the passengers their passage money,
which, when offered, the greater num?
ber of them refused to receive, be?
cause, in tho receipt, they were
required to completely exonerate the
company from any claims for loss of
baggage, kc, which might be brought
against them. Many of those who i
tims refused tho money loft last night
for Boston. All have lost their bag
gage, which, in many cases, was of
great value-one passenger alleging
Iiis loss to be ?20,000, ami another, a
?ady, values hers at $1,500. The pas-1
sengers speak in the highest terms of j
the conduct of the captain, to whom J
was presented, yesterday, an address j
from tho officers and crow.
Mn. DAVIS' CASE-No TRIAL FOB
MONTHS TO COME.-The following
despatch was doubtless dictated, or
at least suggested, by District Attor?
ney Chandler,-and may, therefore, bc
regarded as au official announcement:
FORTRESS' MONROE, October 2?.
For the present, at least, and perhaps
for months to come, the case of Jef?
ferson Davis will occupy just the
sn me position, and another term of
tho United States Circuit Court will
be suffered to go by without any
action to try the prisoner being
taken by the judicial authorities.
The legal difficulties in the way of
holding the court at, Richmond, in
consequence of the adjournment from
Norfolk in June last, are a serious
detriment to its proceedings, and it
is hardly doubtful now that the court
will not assemble next month in Rich?
mond, ::s was beloit- generally sup?
posed. This involves a further post?
ponement of the trial of Davis under
the indictment of treason presented
at Hie last term of the Circuit Court,
and in nil probability he will be kept
in confinement the entire winter,
and until the spring term of the
Cirenit Court, unless Executive cle?
mency grants him a parole, and re?
leases him from his confinement. In
December, when the Supreme Court
of the United States meets. Judge
Chase will be too busy to attend to
any other than legal matters, and the
advocates of. a speedy trial of Davis,
both in the North and .South, have
nothing (o hope for from tho present
actions of Hie judicial authorities.
Neither is it likely that a writ of
habeas corpus will bc issued upon the
commandant of the fortress, demand?
ing his deliverance to the United
States Marshal, for incarceration ina
Virginia State jail. As long ns lie
remains a prisoner ia the hands of
the United States Cioverument, he
will bc retained in a Government
prison, and guarded beyond all pos?
sibility of escape.
-? ?? ? ?
ORDER nv MAJ. C?EN. SICKLES. -
Maj. Gen. Daniel E. Sickles, com?
manding tin- Military Department of
the. Carolinas, recently issued an
order, prohibiting any officer, soldier
or other person on duty in that de?
partment in any capacity, subject to
military discipline, from trading
either as principal factor or agent, di?
rectly or indirectly, in cotton, rice
or other products, or mercandize of
any kimi, within the limits of the
district or post where he is stationed.
The order also provides that no per?
son will be permitted to interfere
with the rights of the freed people,
in common with all others, to sell
and dispose ol' the products of their
own labor in any way they may
choose. This is not to be construed
to revoke any temporary regulation
established by competent authority,
prohibiting the sale of products
raised on shares until the crop shall
have boen prepared for market and
properly divided, nor to prevent an
authorized officer or agent of tho. Bu?
reau from acting as umpire in the
settlement of disputes arising from
the distribution of crops raised on
A STEAMER SENT FOB MAXIMILIAN.
The. cable despatches contain the
significant announcement that ex?
press orders liad been forwarded by
the Emperor Francis Joseph, of
Austria, lo Trieste, despatching a
steamer forthwith to Mexico. The
despatch is dated yesterday, at
Vienna. Coming to us on the heels
of the announcement of the sad ill?
ness of Cariotta, tho Empress, the
inference is natural that Maximilian
bas been sent for; but the reader
will naturally wonder why the Arch?
duke was not telegraphed for. Tho
mission of Castelneau, thc illness of
Carlotta, the present action of Fran?
cis Joseph, and the active measures
proposed by President Johnson,
serve only to complicate tho Mexican
muddle.-New York Herald.
Every year 20,000 babies are sent
out of Paris under the care of peasant
nurses, and of that number 5,000 on
an average are returned to their mo?
thers, the other 15,000 having died
of cold, starvation, and bad treatment.
Since 1846 it has been calculated that
in thc neighborhood of Paris alone
300,000 of these nurslings have died
in r!io hands of their foster mothers.
By a copy ol' a letter enclosed in
the Heridd's correspondence from the
i-ily of .Mexico, iL appears that Maxi?
milian, ol' Mexico, keeps a bank ac?
count in tho eitv of New York.
Thc ladies of Portsmouth, Ya., are
having the old church at Hampton
an ante-revolutionary relic-repaired.
Tt had greatly fallon into decay.
Austria has now a gun which will
put forty balls through an inch and a
half plank at 200 paces in five mi?
It was a solemn hour and a lonely
walk for the old bachelor on his way
home of a dark night, after Jerusha
told him he '"needn't come again."
Mr.'Parton holds that thc whole
human race will steal. He does not
know of a single exception, we infer
from his testimony.
It is proposed in England to es?
tablish a national association for the
promotion of moral science.
100,090 LBS. OLMIETAL
1 O CENTS per pound paid for BRASS.
I?") if, " " " '. .' COPPER.
44 ' ?? " " " LEAD;
For large quantities, a higher cash price
will he paid bv
S. ?. STEA TTO.X.
Assembly street, one door front Gervais.
Oct 4 " Imo
J^^^^^T^ n a m I?5 Po'?'FLA?h i < >TE i .
huiner patrons and the traveling public
geueraUv that she will be prepared for t Lo
RECEPTION OK VISITORS on and after
September 3, lst'iO.
The table will be supplied with the best i
the .markets afford, and no dhiri spared I
to timk.-it A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
MKS. D. C. SPECK.
Proprio: rt ss.
Columbia, s. C., September 1, 1866.
Oct 4 3mo
?U IUFTTH Tim Y wani v
('OT. UM UTA, S. C.
WM!. GLAZE BL GO. i
HAY INC rebuilt our works and fur?
nished them with m w machinery, we
an-prepared to manufacturo all kinds (,f'
SAW and GRAIN MILL MACHINERY to
order; Sugar Mills and Boilers, Gearing for !
Cotton Gins, of different sizes, and all
kinds of castings for plantation pnrposcs,
furnished at short notice; Iron Railings for
dwellings and cemeteries east and put up
as desired. Engines of anv sizo built to I
FOR SA LE,
Ouo 40-horse ENGINE, with Locomotive j
Boiler; has 63 3-ihch lines, with pump, pip- !
ing and smoke-stack. Saw Mill complete;
length of carriage ."i0 feet, and. will cut I
8,000 feet of lumber per day. One 30-horsc
Engine, with Boiler. One 15 horse Engine, j
The above will be sold low, and put .up. !
if desired. Call and seo us.
WM. GLAZE. G. A. SHIELDS.
Oct 16 Imo
CO ?.CM JJ IA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
r?THE above Works can furnish all kinds
JL of IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY. GRIST and SAW MILLI HONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, Ac, ai
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A now, largo Foundry having just boon
finished, the proprietor is prepared to cast
HOUSE FRONTS and any other CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 and 30
horse power Engine for salo for cash, -M a
R. MCDOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll Superintendent.
Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for sale LESS THAN
Main Slre<-t <iwl Gervais Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER
A. ra m nnition I
NEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING ?
TACKLE-Rods, Reels, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT.
Washington street, opposite old Jail. j
N. IL-Manufacturing and repairing i
substantially and neatly executed.
Hay 26_ * ly
Cement and Plaster.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Ix)ck.
AFRESH SUPPLY of ROSENDALE I
CEMENT and CALCINED PLASTER. !
Just received and for sale by
Sept 5 JOHN C. DIAL.
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters'.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
IUST received, a largo variety of Straw
and Stalk CUTTERS, and for sale low :
by _JOHN C. DIAL.
JCST received per Express.
Oot 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
i SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! NOW,
! very rare, rich and fashionable perfume.
! Thc Quest ever imported or manufactured
in United Slates. Try it and be convinced.
A NEW PEBFUME! Called Sweet Opoponax
from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. Smith
A Co., New York, is making a sensation
! wherever it is known. Is very delicate,
j and its fragrance remains on tho handker?
chief for days.- -Ph?acCa Evening Bulletin.
j SWEET OPOPONAX! New Perfume from
? Mexico. Tho only fashionable Perfume
ami ladies' delight.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Tho only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
stains tho handkerchief.
SWEET OPOPONAX! IS the sweetest Ex?
tract ever mad?. Supersedes all others.
Try it once: will user no other.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Ladies, in their morn?
ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when
p.'-fumed with Sweet Opoponax.
The Annual Convention of the Stock?
holders of thc Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company will lake jdr.ee in this city,
on Thursday, tho first day of November,
I860. _ Oct 21.
ARTI PICIAIi E v F.s_A RTLFICIAL
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Drs. P. HAUCH and P. GOUGELM ANN,
(formerlyemployed by Boissonncau, Paris,)
No. :','.'!) Broadway, New York. Oct 17 ly
COtiGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, hi such
universal demand, is made from the
choicest, materials, is ?o?i<l and emol?
lient ??i its nature, fragvu-ntly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action
upon t he skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 'JS Iv
MARRIAGE AM) CEUBACY-An
Essay of 'Warning and Instruction for
which prostrate the vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Sent free of charge in
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
S KILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 15 3mo
THEGKAND SECHST. -The grand secret
in medication is to help nature. Sustain
and regulate-these are tho Alpha and
Omega of the only theory of cure that bas
common sense for its basis. If the nerv?
ous system ia shattered, 11 tv mused:.-> weak,
and Hit- mimi, like the body, in a state ol
partial collapse what is it beat tn do?
Reason teaches as the answer:
Bru .i Uv Yoee. >i \N.
Brace him up ns you would brace a totter?
ing edifice. The pabulum he needs is a
tonie alterative. Bring him np out of the
depths of debility and despondency
WITH HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
They cannot injure. A child may nita
them in doses suited to its years, without
the possibility ?.!' harm. The enfeebled
vital powers are as sure to respond ener?
getically lo their action as the wilted grass
is to erect its blades under Ibo vivifying
and refreshing rain. In all cases of de?
bility, the bitters are absolutely required.
There is no substitute or succeedanouu
that will fill their place. Resort to thi^
most wpnderful of modern tonics,
Axn ALE WILT, rn: WEET? :
Bear in mind that in dyspepsia, intermit
tent fever-, billions disorders and affection:
nf the nerves, no other medicine will pru
duce ono tithe o? tho good effect that in
variably follows the use of ihi-< excellen
invigorator and corrective. Sold every?
where:-Kew York Tribune, Oct. 27, 1865.
Oct P.) fG
A NEW ANO GRAND EPOCH IN MEDICIXE.
Dr. Maggie! is thc founder of a new m edi
Calsystem! Tin' quanti tar ia ns, whose vas
internal doses enfeeble the stomach am
paralyze the bowels, must give precedenc
to tic? man who restores health and appe
tito, wich from one to two of his extraordi
nary Pills, and cures the most viralen
sores with a box or sn of his wonderful an
all-healing Salve. These two great speci
lies of the Doctor are fast superseding al
tho stereotyped nostrums of the day. Ex
traordinary cures by Maggicl's Pills an
Salve have opened the eyes of thc public t
tho inefficiency of the (so-called) remedie
of others, ami upon which people haves
ionu: blindly depended. MaggieTs Pills ar
not of the class that are swallowed by th
dozen, and of which every box full take:
creates an absolute necessity for anothei
One or two of Maggicl's Pills suffices t
place the bowels in perfect order, tone th
stomach, create an appetite and render th
spirits light and buoyant. There is n
griping and no reaction in the form of coi:
stipation. If the liver is affected, its fun<
tions are restored; and if the nervous sys
tem is feeble, it is invigorated. This la*
quality makes tho medicines very desirab]
for the wants of delicate females. Ulceren
and eruptivo diseases are literally extii
gnished by tho disinfectant power of Maj.
giel's Salvo, in fact, it is herc announce
that Maggicl's Bilious, Dyspeptic anti Dia)
rhoa Pills cure where all othe rs fail. Whil
f.>r burns, scalds, chilblains, cuts and a
abrasions of tho skin MaggieVs salce is ii
fallible. Sold by J. Magg??l, ll Pine st ree
New York, and all druggists, at 2~> cent
per box. July 23 ly
GOLDEN iG?R-llOlB SYRUP
STEAM REFINED SUGAR LOAF s\
RUP- an oxtra article,
f ?cl 5 .loflN C. SEEGERM A co.
GENUINE SWEDES i::.: r. vi; I.isll
UtoN all size*.
AXES. Ac, ii: full supply.
Rodgevs', Wostenhotm's md Al-T*nd*r's
PLATED SPOONS FORKS.
Ivory-handle TABLE KNIVES. .
CARVERS ai..i FORKS, fie
Pl! I'l ,.
OIL. Ac. Ac
Bolting Cloths a '.?il Belling.
Sifters, by the dozen or a: retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
RYE! RYE! ! RYE!:'.
150 busheb SEED RYE.
100 sacks SALT.
400 bushels OATS.
in store ninl for sal? by
FISHER & LO WK A NOR.
.4 T r.-tail or bv thc piece, bv the agents,
J\_ FISHER A LOWRANCE,
10? Lbs. Butter,
I7VKOM thc farm of Stephen Gillon. For
' sale by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
COTTO.Y YARNS! COTTON YARNS!
rr BALES just received and tor Kale bv
4 Oct 23 ALFRED TOLLESON.
AMERICAN BI'RNlNfi FL! iii!
GTYES thc BEST Lit MIT f any fluid or
" oils now in nse. Warranted non
plosive. At retail or wholesale bv
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
K RUES. EXTRA CRUSHED, ai Sit) cents.
f> For sale by ALFRED TO LESSON.
1PICKLED SHAD verv tine Breakfast
Superior Green ami Black l eas.
Extra Flour, Cheese, Lard, Butter.
Just received and for sah- bv
Oct ti ALFRED TOLLESON.
ITTCi.L stock of o!l,s for Machinery. .
Tanners'Oil. For sale cheap bv
Oer Ri ALFRED TOLLESON.
CHEESE AITO LAE?!
A BRI VED nor Express Tills PAY':
IX. GOSHEN BUTTER.
English Dairy CHEESE.
Extra LARD. For sah- low bv
Sept 20 A LFi t EI ) T< 11.1.Est ) N.
Fall Goods !
13 RI NTS, DELAINES.
Merinoos, ri aid Alpacas
Plaid Merino, Flannels, Blanket?.
Plaid Linseys. Ai lowest prices.
Oct 13 " Al.l'RLD rOLLESON.
pf DDLS, extra CRUSHED SUG.^R.
O 20 bbls. Brown Sugar.
1,000 bushels Corn.
10 bbls. Molasses, at hov pri?es, bv
Oct 'J ALFRED TOLLESON.
ClxillGAR,' COFFEE, ETC.
500 bushels While CORN.
?,00 bushels Mixed Com.
Sugar, Coffee, Sal!.
Ragging, Rope and Twine. For .-alu hv
Sept 2r,' ALFRED TOLLESON.
Crockery and Glassware.
.-HS, A LARGE STOCK o? GLASSWARE
tili?and C ROCK El . at COST, for THREE
?V DAYS. Call at once. Lc convinced and
get bargain*. ALFRED TOLLESON.
SALT ! SALT! SALT!
. yf\f\ SACKS SALT, at low figures, bv
?)UU _ ALFRED TOLLKSON.'
Grain Cradles, Grain Eans, eve.
Al ike Sign of thc Golden Pad-J^ck.
AFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fmi Wire, Riddles, .Ve., in store
and for sule low for cash.
?av tfi .loll- 0. DIAL.
NOTICE TO THE POOR.
4 I.'H ,.! CORN liit? k-'i-ii (?ni fi..ni llir
Confed?rale soldiers iiml "t<ir tin-willow.-,
and orphans nf soldiers nf tin- < lonfederatc
anny. Those in Columbia and neighbor
hood, will apply al the residence of Rev.
Wm. Martin, between the hours nf a. m.
and 2 p. m. < i(-t 27
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, S. <".. Octnbi r26
A N ELECTION will be held on ' TUES
J\. DAY EVENING, the Gth of November
by the City Council, for omi additional
' Weigher <>l Cotton and other Produce.
Applicants for the ofiice will haud in their
1 names, and the names of He ir sureties, lu
i tho ( itv Clerk, on or before the dav ,.f
I el? ction. J. s. MeMAHON.
Oct 27 ( 'itv Clerk.
i DISTRICT COURT OF RICHLAND,
COLUMBIA, October 23, lsiic..
ORDERED, That thc Clerk or the Cout i
do give notice that this Court is now
I organized, and that it will sit ia Chambers.
; at thc Court House, fGibbW Hall.! 011
; WEDNESDAY of every week, at 10 o'clock
i a. m., for the transaction "f such busiuess
] within its jurisdiction ns mar 1..- brought
! before it.
i Ordered, That no ice be also viven thal
? tho "Return Dav" for tue first Quarterly
j Session falls en THURSDAY, the 3d day iii
i January next.
liv order of Court.
Oct.i lino D. E. MILLER, C. C. D. C.
THE COPAE'O EKSHIP
HERETOFORE existing under the finn
of PARKER A FRIPP, is this day
dissolved bv mutual consent.
GEO. W." PARKER is authorized lo set?
tle the business ?'f tie- concern. All per?
sons indebted will make pavmeut to him.
C.Eo. W." PARKER,
JOSEPH T. FRIPP.
Columbia, S. C., October 20, 186G.
Tin- undi rsigned having purchased thc
interest of Mr. Fripp in the linn of Parker
A Fripp, will continue the business at the
sane- st.vnd. corner Main and Camden
streets. GEO. W. PARKER.
Oct 23 C
mHE undersigned have this day ass,,
I elated themselves together for tilt:
transaction of strietlv a general Ct IMMIS?
SION BUSINESS, and solicit the patron?
age of their friends and ti.?- pul.lie.
I Office e.n Gervais street, two doors be?
low .1. C. Lvo'ns1 corner.
i'. A. GRAESER.
W. S. M. JUNK TN.
i Columbia, S. 1'.. Oct. 1(5, ISfifi.
I Oct 17 Imo
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rilli i", copartnership heretofore existing
I a- UANAUANA- WARLEY, is this daj
dissolved lo mutual consent.
(Signed. 11. 1>. UANAHAN.
(Signed; FELIX WARLEY.
I will continue, as heretofore, the Coiil
11. t). UANAHAN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 1. biOC. (let ll
e. n. MELTON, tr.. W. SHANI?. S. W. MM.Ti.V
MELTON & SHAND,
Attorneys ?ii Law ami Solicitors in Equity,
UN ION VILLE, S c.
OFFICE (for the present.) in Hie l.as.
mcnt of the Court House.
Aug 21 tnw
General Intelligence Ofiice.
mHE undersigned have this day aseo
JL ciated themselves together for tue pur?
pose of carrying on the above business.
Persons in m ed of servants, ami freed
m n in want of employment, .-an, un?
registering their names at our ofiice, re?
ceive information in regard tot heir require?
ments. Wc are in correspondence with
houses i i different plaecs throughout the
Southern States, and will give au earnest
and assiduous attention to all business en
truft^d io oil'.- cue. Applications to bo
made at our office, next door t-. the Post
Ofiice, between '.) a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m.,
and 3 and (1 o'clock p. 111.
1!. it. SWINTON A CO.
I!, li. SWINTON. I. o. E1JWABDS. o. lt. CLAYTON.
Oct IS lille
HAVING opened my office
^.^IppP^^ may be fourni al ail hours a;
Berry, (opposite ile- Catholic Church,) on
Assembly street. H. 1'. GREGO.
/ "1 < ISHEN RUTTER.
Double C."de.l Kura FAMILY FLOUR,
s.-pt IC,. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
A FRESH LOT
OF the much inquired for BREAKFAST
STRIPS. ALSO. t
Sucar-cnred ll AMS.
\nd Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
Oct 5 ' JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
r, w. W?S?'S
Steam Planing 3&U1 !
Picken* stree/, beticeen Washington and
Plain, Columbia, S. . ".
ON hand and furnished to orderst short
notice, all kinds t f dressed LUMBER,
FLOORING, CEILING, SHELVING, WEA?
THER-BOARDING, Ac. Also, SASHES,
Blinds. Doors, Mantle-piece Mouldings,
Brackets, Counters, Tables, Ac.
Having now in operation full sets of the
most improved machinery, I am prepared
to turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very
reasonable figures. All in want of any ma?
terial in mr linc will do well to give nie n
call. Vu* I (imo
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred ot- thousand, at
March 2 PHONIX OFFICE.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
otii.-o in Post Office Building, Columbia