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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
*" PUBLISHED DAILY AM) TKI-WEEKLY.
THE (J LEANER,
EVERY WEDNESDAY 2IORNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATE AND CITY P1UNTE1?.
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Inserted at 1~> cents ur r square for the first
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8g~".\ liberal'discount tiw.de <>u thc above
rules wlint adcertisenients ore inserted by
the month <>r year.
1 ?? .
A Ruglea.! Tl?real-A Severe Reply.
Thc New York Evening Post, con?
ducted by William Chillon Bryant,
lias dropped its moderate tone, ?uni
now comes out in thc fiercest ot* radi?
cal threatenings. The following ex?
tract from one of its recent issues we
lind in the New York Wbrkl:
"Thus, with tito rejection of the
amendmeut, AVG shall enter upon an?
other political .struggle, moro intense
than that through which we are now
passing, more injurious to thc coun?
try, and especially to the Southern
States-a contest of which the issue
is not doubtful; for the 20,000,000 of
the Northern States will begin to see
the unreasonableness of tho Southern
leaders, and will lose patience with
these inen, AV1K> so stubbornly refuse
the mildest terms ever offered to
beaten rebels. Hitherto the country
has wonderfully restrained itself, but
we advise no one to push its patience
too far. It is not at all impossible
it is not. even improbable-if the
amendment should fall, through thu
obstinacy of the Southern leaders,
that the laws which are still .rm the
statute book may bo enforced against
the politicians w*ho led their States
into treason and rebellion?.
"Hitherto we have given only mercy, i
but justice is still alive. It seems a
monstrous thing to the .Southern
politicians that some of them should
be excluded from oiliee; but, suppose
they were to be hauged for their trea?
son, as the law demands? Suppose
their estates should be taken from
them, tis the law requires? If they
will take our advice, they will think
of these things. They are not mas?
ters of tho situation. They have no
more power now, nor strength with
the country, than they Jiad the day
Leo surrendered to Cirant. Then
they would have joyfully accepted the
amendment-it is great folly of them
to reject it now. Their attitude, their
conduct, -their words, their preten?
tious claims, are all irritating to tho
Northern people, who fought through
four years to put down treason, and
now seo the leading traitors aspiring
to the highest oi??eos, and demanding
where, if they were prudent, they
would supplicate; and if they were
only reasonable, they would accept in
siieuco the large and free mercy which
is offered them."
To this and similar threats, the
Richmond Times ^publishes tue fol?
lowing scathing reply. We have
read nothing more terribly severo in
any newspaper article:
"The brutal threat of tin; malig?
nant fanatic who edits the New York
Evening Post, that if the Southern
people do not adopt the constitu?
tional amendment, their leading men
shall be hanged or exiled, and their
property confiscated, is the most de?
praved and infamous specimen of
cowardly and inhuman bullying
Which ever disgraced the press of any
country. No brave, noble, but un?
fortunate people were ever thus me?
naced before, and the threat of the
Post is worthy only of the Greek bri?
gands, who, when they have captured
a tourist, and horne him to some
mountain fastness, inform him that
if his ransom is not forthcoming by a
certain day, he shall be flayed alive.
The hoary wretch who thus insults
a disarmed people when ho uses tho
language of coarse menace, seems to
have forgotten the immortal valor
an % patient endurance which tho
threatened section exhibited during
four years of unparalleled sufferings
and privations. He .:oems to forget
that in that contest all was lost save
honoi*, but that, although crushed by
a people who brought the nid of every
nation ot Europe to help them do
their frork, the South, although de?
feated, is to-day more, respected and
honored by Christendom than our
merciless and unfeeling conquerors.
"And the insult conveyed in this
menace is tho more reprehensible,
because, while we are called upon to
sanction and aid in the accomplish?
ment of our own dishonor, we are
promised not even a vile price for our
self-abasement like that which Judas
took, and then went and hanged him?
self. We aro each day called upon to
approve and ratify some fresh ticed
<n' radical outrage, with no room for
hope that a still greater humiliation
does not await us tho next day.
"In the bottomless Avernus of radi?
cal malignancy, then; scorns always
open, in the very 'lowest depths, a
lower deep still threatening to devour
us, to which thc hell wo suffer seems
a heaven.9 This persecution of a dis?
armed propio, this ceaseless torture
of a noble race, which has proved
itself so brave and heroic, stamps thc
Northern victor as less magnanimous
than either tho Turk or thc Russian.
This torture, protracted through
months and years, and constantly in?
creasing in ingenious severity, has no
parallel save in tho diabolism of thc
inquisition. TheJIndiau, oven, when
ho has tortured his captive for a sea?
son, ends his agony by a blow of the
hatchet; but thc tortures to which
the despotism of the rabble are sub?
jecting tlie Southern people, omit
tho mercy of thc tomahawk from thc
programme of unending persecu?
How Tin: S E< . o i : IT ? ES A R E ?FF ECT ET>.
Thc Hamilton (C. W.) Spec/-itor says:
The late rapid decline in United States
securities in England has excited con?
siderable surprise. When we read
the incendiary speeches of the radical
leaders, however, their open threats
of civil war, and fixed determination
to regard the Southern States as con?
quered provinces and not asa portion
of a restored Union, we can scarcely
wonder at this decline. Until tho
difficulty at present existing between
tho President and the Congress is set?
tled, confidence cannot be expected
to revive. . Capitalists will not care
to invest their money in a country so
torn by political differences and un?
settled by political uneasiness. We
learn that investments in United
States securities have almost ceased,
not only in London, but also in Frank?
fort, the quotations being almost en?
tirely nominal. At the same time, all
other securities maintain their prices,
Austrian included, which are deemed
moro worthy of confidence than those
of the American republic. The con?
sequence of the decline in American
securities in Europe will, in due course
of time, bc a corresponding depres?
sion in the States, coupled with a
depreciation in the currency, and
consequent vise in tho price of gold.
And all this is the result of the blus?
tering vaporing of the radical party,
I their constantly reiterated threats ot'
j war with Great Britain, and their
i evident determination to prevent any
recurciliatiou of thc adversa parties
! in the States.
MAXUFACTOKES OF TIU: SOUTH.
The Columbus (Ga) Enquirer has the
following encouraging account of
manufactures in that State:
The Augusta factory, on the 1st
inst., declared a dividend of live per
cent. As it was declared at the end
of the third quarter ol' the year, wo
presume that it. was the third quar?
terly dividend of the year. A profit
of only t wo cents a yard on tho cloth
manufactured hy it for tho vear end?
ing 31st August last, ((5,410,000
yards,) would . amount to about
twenty-live per cent, on its capital
stock, (Sui IO, Ot IO,) and wc may very
reasonably conclude that thc profit
is that much per yard. Thc first
prices for doth of this factory's weav?
ing are lower than those of thc same
description of goods made by North
I ern factories, and a considerable
proportion of the cloth of thc Augusta
factory is sold in thc Northern mar
' kets. Those facts ought to satisfy
every doubting Thomas of tho profit
? thjere is in manufacturing cotton at
thc South, where it is grown.
MAKING A GAT.nKHY OF ANCESTORS.
lt is related in Redgrave's "Century
of Painters of the English School,"
that a large business is done in Eng?
land in collecting portraits of ances?
tors for American shoddyites. Wo
quote thc passage:
An American agent recently in
London explained iii-- business to be
to "collect ancestors," and that he
had been very successful. He said
ho had picked up many good portraits,
and that, witli proper attention to
costume and age, and some little he?
raldic additions, he had matched
suitable husbands aud wives for two
or three generations, and had export?
ed several very well assorted families,
which, being provided with full cre?
dentials, were most filially adopted,
and that he was continuing hm high?
ly remunerative researches. This is
I PETROLEUM AS STEAM ENGINE FUEL.
j Petroleum is to bc used as a steam
I boat fuel. A company has been or?
ganized in Memphis, Tenn., which
i is building a boat of not less than
j fifiy-horse power that will save one
third of tho space devoted to fuel,
while its lightness will greatly lessen
tho draft of tho vessel.
SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! New,
I very rare, rich and fas?don&blo perfume.
The finest ever imported or manufactured
in United States. Try it and ho convinced.
I A NEW PERFUME! CaRedSwcct Opoponax
from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. Smith
& Co., New York, is making a sensation
wherever it is known, is very delicate,
and its fragrance remains <ui tho handker?
chief for days.- -Philad?a Evening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPONAX! NOW Perfume from
Mexico. The only fashionable Perfume
and ladies' delight.
SWEET OPOPONAX! The only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
stains the handkerchief.
SWEET OPOPONAX! IS the sweetest Ex?
tract ever mad?. Supersedes all others.
Try it once; wiH use no other.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Ladies, in their morn?
ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Drs. F. BAUCHand P.GOUGELMANN,
(formerly employed by Boisson noan, Paris, )
No. 309 Broadway, New York. Oct 17 ly
THE LAMP OF LUT..-The glow of health
and beauty is nowhere more perceptible
?and beautifully attractive than in the
rudely, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, and thc lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure blood. The Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, is a
cleaning and searching medicine-giving
strength to the feeble, invigorating and
restoring tho old; cleansing and purifying
the young. Thc Queen's Delight and Sar?
saparilla is for sale by Fisher A Heinitsh,
PEACE HATH ITS VICTORIES.- TO prevent
or conquer disease isa grand achievement,
and as surely as bullet and bayonet will
destroy, so surely will KoSTETTER'S BITTERS
preserve and prolong life.
This is the most trying period of the
year. The stamina of tue strongest yields
more or less to the consuming temperature
of mid-summer*. Vigor oozes from every
pore. The strength of man passes away
in invisible vapor, and weaker woman be?
comes relaxed and nerveless, lt was to
meet such difficulties that llostctter's Bit?
ters were given to society; It is to prevent
the evil consequences to which an un?
braced, depleted, debilitated organization
is liable, that they are recommended as a
summer tonic for both si xes. Old people
die of exhaustion every day, who might
have kept death at bay for years toc?me
j by an occasional resort to this powerful
ami harmless vegetable stomachic.
Nine-tenths of the community, rieh as
well as poor, work continually, if theil
hands are unemployed, their brains arc
busy, and bead-work is as depressing ti
the vital energies as muscular toil. But
tom- the system with llostctter's Bitter:
and the wear and tear of business life wit
bo comparatively unfelt even in the most
oppressive weather. No langor will lu- ex?
perienced, for as fast as the vital forces ari
expended, they will be recruited and re
neweil by this healthful restorative. As ?
summer in vigor ant, it is indispensable ti
young and old. Sold everywhere.
_ Nov 2__ tn
COLGATE'S IIOXEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in stud
universal demand, is made from tin
choicest materials, is mil?! and emol?
lient in its nature, fragrantly scented
and extremely beneficial in its aetioi
upon tho skin. For sale by all Druggist!
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
MARRIAGE A.VI) CELIBACY-Al
Essay of Warning and Instruction fo
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abuse
which prostrate tho vital powers, with sur
means of relief. Sent free of charge ii
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 15 3mo
TJ. S. Internal Revenue Notice.
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE,
U. S. INTERNAI. REVENUE,
SCII-DIVISION No. 1, 3D COI.. DIST.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 'SI, 16(56.
ff HIE UNDERSIGNED hereby gives no
i tico that ho has opened his office, oi
the South side <d' Washington street, a fe\
doors West of Richardson or Main stree t.
That portion of Richland District withi:
his official jurisdiction, is embraced in ;
line, "beginning at the Cungaroo River, ii
the centre of Laurel street, running thone
, Easterly through the centre of Laure
street to Harden street : thence Southerly
through the centre of Harden street, anti
it strikes thc main road running South
easterly by Hampton's, Hopkins', Hopkin:
Turn-Out and Congarec Church, on Tom'
Creek, to Garner's Ferry, on the Waterec
thenco Southerly along tho Wateroo to it
junction with tlie Congaree; thence alon;
thc Congareo to tho place of beginning.
Ass't Assessor U. S. Liternal Revenue.
_ Oct 28_tp_
DISTRICT COURT OF RICHLAND,
COLUMBIA, October 2:5, 18G0.
ORDERED, That the Clerk of the Com
do give notice that this Court is no'
organized, and that it will sit in Chamber.
at. tho Court House, , Gibbes' Hall,) o
WEDNESDAY of every week, at IO o'cloc
a. m., for tho transaction of such bi. dues
within its jurisdiction as may bc brougli
Ordered, That notice bp also given tba
thc "Return Day" for tho first Quartcrl
Session falls on THURSDAY, the 3d nay i
January next. By order of Court.
Oct 2-1 Imo D. B. MILLER, C. C. D. C.
f^lfo) OPPOSITE THE
HAS boen thoroughly fitted up so as t<.
make it o first-class RESTAURANT.
Dennis will spare neither means nor labor
to accommodate all who give him a cal!.
Liquors, Winos, otc. shall all bo of the
best quality. Freo Lunch from ll t<> I
o'clock < very day. Meals served at all
hours. Thochoiccst that flic Charleston
and Columbia markets can alford will
always bo on hand. Our arrangements
will ouable us to supply families with Oys?
ters, Pish, Ac, at short notice,
("sarges moderate. Terms cash.
Nov 1 HG*!) DENNIS McGUINNIS,Sun.
AX OLD FRIEND WITH \ NEW NAME
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
THIS thoroughlv-cquipped RESTAU?
RANT has just been completed, and
the lovers of the good things of this life
arc informed that they can bo supplied
with almost everything in the '-eating and
drinking line." "The best of Wines, Li?
quors and Cigars on hand. Dinners and
suppers prepared at short notice and in
the very best style. Elegantly furnished
supper rooms connected with tho estab
T. M. POLLOCK,
TREVET & EERAGEI
?VT7"0 U LD respect fully inform their
VV friend- ?md thc public in general
that thee have opened a RESTAURANT at
thc above place, where the very host ol
everything in tho way of eating and drink
?g can be obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LL'N't'il everv dav from ll to 1 o'clock.
Fresh OYSTERS constantly on hand.
PALMETTO IBON WOBKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
wm. G&?ZE ac co.
HAVISO rebuilt our works and fur?
nished them with new machinery, wc
prepared to manufacture all kinds ol
SAW and GRAIN MILL MACHINERY to
order: Sugar Mills and Boilers, Gearing fol
Cotton Gins, of different sizes, and all
kinds of castings for plantation purposes,
furnished at short notice;Jron Railings foi
dwellings and cemeteries cast and put ur
as desired. Engines of any size built to
FOR SA /./;.
One puhoi sc ENGINE, with Locomotive
Boiler; has c.:i 3-inch lines, with pump, pip?
ing and smoke-stack. Saw Mill complete:
length of carriage 50 feet, and will cut
8,000 feet of lumber per day. One 30-hors<
Engine, with Boiler. Onoio-horsc Engine,
Thc above will bc sohl low, and put up,
if desired. Call and see us.
WM. GLAZE. G. A. SHIELDS.
Oct Ki Imo
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
rllHE al ovo Works can furnish all kind
1 ot ?UON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS
CIN WHEELS, of different sizes, Ac, a;
short notice and on reasonable?terms.
A new, largo Foundry having just boei
finished, the proprietor is prepared to eas
HOUSE 1'RONTS andany other CASTING
of every description and dimension, an<
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 2? and 30
horse power Engine for salo for cash, at :
R. MCDOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll 3mo Superintendent.
1MIE undersigned have this day'asso
ciatcd themselves together for tin
transaction of strict Iv a general COMMIS
SION BUSINESS, and solicit the patron?
age of their friends and thc public.
Office on Gervais street, two doors be
low J. C. Lvons' corner.
C. A. GRAESER,
W. S. MoJUNKIN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. Iii. I860.
Wo beg leave, to inform our friends ant
the public generally, that we arc preparci
to render them ali tho facility necessar;
for the forwarding of Cotton to Charlestoi
er any other port, foreign or domestic, ant
perfectly competent iii making the neces
sary arrangements for getting it passet
through the hands of tho Revenue Ta:
Collector without any delay. Shippers wil
timi it to their interest tosend their cottoi
to our care, either for salo or transporta
tion. GRAESEll A McJUNKIN.
(Jct 17_ _Imo
C. ]>. MELTON. 1!. W. SU.VND. S. W. MKLTON
MELTON & SHAND,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Equity
UNIONVILLE, S. C.
OFFICE (for the present) in tho base
ment of tl*; Court House.
Aug 24 'imo
Dissolution of Copartnership.
ri MIL copartnership heretofore existing
A as ll A NA. li AN .?? WARLEY, is this da}
dissolved bv mutual const-lit.
(Signed, ) ll. D. H AN AH AN,
(SignedJ FELIX WARLEY.
I will continue, as heretofore, tho Com?
mission and Grocery Business.
H. D. HANAHAN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 1. 1866. O ll
Al Hu' Sign cf thc Golden J'ad-I^ck.
A IT'LL assortment of Table and Pocke!
J\_ CUTLERY, SCISSORS, &c, in stor<
and for sale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
New York Advertisements.
D. C. SEYMOUR,
FA?LE, COGGES?IALL & CO,
For the Southern Market,
33 CHAMBERS ST., KEW YORK.
Oct 12 Imo
Sweet Opoponax from Mexico!
NATURE could not produce a richer
gem or choicer Perfume. Try it and
bo convinced. E. T. SMITH A 0 ...
Sept 1!) ?mo Now York.
Sweet Opoponax from Mexico!
f! "tl iE most elegant and essential personal
I requisite for a ladv, "Extract of Sweet
Opoponax." E. T. SMITH .v CO.,
Sept 19 Gmo New York.
DEGRAAE & TAYLOR,
87 and S9 Bowery aw 165 Christie St., N. 5'.,
STILL continue to bc t.. largest Furni?
ture Manufacturers in the city. Parlor,
Dining Room and Chamber FURNITURE,
Canopy and Victoria Bedsteads, for the
Southern trade, at 20 per cont, reduction in
price. Sept 19 (imo
STENHOUSE & MAC AULAY,
I7K)R tho sale of COTTON, COTTON
' YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
Ac, and for the purchase ol Merchandize
generally, (Kl Pearl Streel, Kew York.
Consignments to us hom every point in
the South fully protected by insurance tis
soon as shipped. July 14 ly
J. E. STENHOUSE, ALLAN MACAULAY.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and seid on commission uv
IS & Ci
B A M K ? S 3 5
NO. 16 WALLSTREET, NEW YORE.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at thc rt gular Stock Ex?
change by a mombo i of the timi. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April s
DKWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CEOJE.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. Wsr. A. HAESTED,
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE F0I1SDR?
NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centro street, (cornel
.d' Reade street,) N< w York. The type
j on which this paper is printed is from thc
above Foundry. Nov 18
( 'omer Broome stru t ii,ul Bowery, X. Y.
rilllls house, capable of accommodating
JL three hundred guests and kept on tlu
European plan, is centrally, located, arscl
near to all points. < * : 1 >" cars ptiss tilt
Hotel to all thc Ferries, Railr<?ad Depots
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.(10 per dav
double,52.00. .). F. DARROW A CO.,
Jan lt ly Proprietors.
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXECUTIV E DEPA1 tTM I '. N T,
COLUMBIA. October 'J 2, 1 .-;<;i?.
TO BUILDERS ANT) CONTRACTOR*
THE Legislature at the extra sessioi
passed thc following resolution:
"Resolved, That thc Governor do adver
tise for estimates of thc cost of coverinj
tho new State House, and of fitting U]
therein a sufficient number of rooms fo:
tho uso ot' tho General Assembly and it:
officers upon the most economical plan
and lay them before tho Houses at theil
Estimates are invited, therefore, accord
ing to a plan and specifications which nun
bo seen in tho Executive Office:
1st. To enclose and finish the East wing
of thc building, so as to accommodate th?
Legislature and its officers.
2d. To cover tho entire building ant
finish one of the wings, so as to accommo?
date the Legislature and its officers.
3d. To enclose and finish thc East winj
as above, and to cover tho remaining walli
of the centre building and West wing.
In addition to the above, bidders am
contractors may furnish plans and specifi?
cations, at their own expense, and esti?
mates, and they will bc considered:
1st. To enclose and finish the ivis! wing,
so as to accommodate the General Assem?
bly and its officers.
2d. To cover tho entire building am'
finish ono of the wings, so as to accommo?
date thc (?enera! Assembly and its officers.
3d. To enclose and finish the East wine
as above, and to cover thc remaining wall?
of the centre building and West wing.
These plans and estimates will bo laid
before tho General Assembly for then-con?
AU plans, specifications and estimates
must be tiled ni this office by TUESDAY,
the 20th November next, at 12 o'clock m.
JAMES L. ORR, Governor.
n~?- Carolinian, Columbia, Courier and
X-'rs, Charleston, will publish semi-weekly
three weeks. Oct 24 wsG "
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters!
JUST ri ived, a largo variety" of Straw
and SI-.K CUTTERS, and for sale low
by JOHN C. DIAL.
(JUA KLKSTON, >'. C.
THE above popular HOTEL is opeu for
the accommodation ot th" Traveling
Paulie. Board, per dav, i:'..
MKS. H. 1.. BUTTERFIELD, Props*.
A. BCTTERFIELU, S'.lp't N V 2
Fad (?r and Commission Mprclianl.
Eoyce & Co.s Wharf. Charleston.
Oct ll ?
COTTOX AT MM PE?iiAL?
DEUVEBED l?? ??EW YORK!
THROUGH FREIGHT fvURAWGEMENTS
From Columbia via Charleston ! 1
rTM?E Smith Carolina UuUroad Company
JL and tho. Merchants'' Line Charleston
and New York Packets have arranged tho
above tariff, which includes all charges ex?
AU produce consign;".! io my care will he
forwarded free of commission hero, and in
New York to Liverpool and Havre; also, to
all surrounding points North and East of
tin' United Statis, at lowes-, current rates.
Freight and insurance effected when de?
sired. These vessel.- 1; ave Charleston and
New York weekly. Shippers will please
Charleston, s. C.,
Agents Merchants' Lino
Charleston and New York Sail Packets.
N. L. McCREADY A CO.,
Agents, 3G South street, New York.
For further information, applv to
<)<.! 12 fl2 J. ? T. K. AGNEW.
NEW YORK" AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP C?MPAiVY,
Fare Seduced to $25.
Ijt'iiviiK/ euch Port evert/ AlU-rnnte
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. E. W. LOCKWOOB.
STEAMSHIP IMON ECK A.
CAPT. H. S. LEBHY.
rpiIESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
JL inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tallies supplied by every luxury the Now
York and Charleston markets e ui afford;
and. for safety, speed and comfort, aro un?
rivalled on tho coast.
M O ?SI E K A ,
CAPTAIN H. S. LKI-.HY,
WILL h ave North 'Atlantic Wharf, on
THU USD AY, November 8, 1866.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage applv at ibo
Agents. WILLIS .V CHIS?LM,
Nov 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
And all tLe Landings on the St.
VIA SAVANNAH, GA.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
(1,000 TO XS li UH TUEN, )
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTEtt.
ON and after the 26th October, this lino
ship will s:ii! from Southern Wharf
every FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for
thc above places.
t::>.AU freight, must be paid here by
For freight or passage, apply on board,
or at the oflicc of thc Agency, 17 Vander
horst's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 24 -I. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
Fiftieth Ye.*r of Publication !
Planters" and Merchants' Almanac for 1867.
]3KINTED throughout with new typo
and on good clear paper. Willbe pub?
lished about thc second week in November.
Any information or corrections that are
intended for insertion must be sent to tho
office of publication before tho last of this
All orders for any quantity aro requested
as early as possible. Price per hundred,
SIS. ' HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. r>\> Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 17 imo
COHEN, H?NCK?L & C?7,
Factors and Commission .Merchants.
No. 46 East "Bav, Charleston, S. C.
JACOB COHEN. C. F. HANCKF.L. JOS. COHEN.
"ITT"!LL sell COTTON,RICE,TOBACCO.
T V Naval Stores and all descriptions of
Produce or Merchandize. Will ?liip to
Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
make liberal advances on consignments for
sale or shipment. May 15
BELTING AND PACKING.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
Hemp and India ttnbber PACKING.
A good assortment of the above in stnr-i
rmi for sale low for cash bv
July 25 JOHN C. DIAL.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office Building, Columbia.