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COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
. VCBUSHED D.VEw? AND TKI-WEEKLY.
EVERT WEDNESDAY MOItNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
STATE AND CITY PRINTER.
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Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
US" .1 liberal discount made on Hie ahoiie
rates when advertisements are inserted l>y
Hie month or year.
Legislature of South Carolina.
Friday, November 30, IStt?. *
Thc Senate met at 12 ni.
A message was received from the House
of Representatives, stating that Messrs.
Mullins. Haskel! and Richardson had been
appinted rt committee lo report what
changes are necessary in tivo mode of elect?
ing'officers to conform to the Act of Con?
gress, relative to the election of Senators
of the United States; and asks the appoint?
ment of a similar committee on the part of
Mr. Buist submitted thc report of the
Board of Commissioners, of Free Schools
for St. Phillip's and St. Michael's; also, the
memorial of tho merchants and flour deal?
ers of Charleston, asking tor an additional
brand to those already existing.
Mr. McQueen submitted the presentment
of the Cir.md Jury in the Court of General
Sessions for Chesterfield District.
Mr. Frierson submitted an extract from
the presentment of tho Cir::nd Jury for
Mr. Arthur presented the account of ,T.
J. McCarter, for stationery for Court ol
Mr. Port presented the return of thc
Commissioners of Free Schools for Lexing?
ton District for the year 1800.
Mr. Kershaw submitted tho presentment
of the Grand .Tjirv of Kershaw District,
at Fall Terni, 1800."
Mr. Henery presented the petition of tin
Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church ami
the Methodist Protestant Church, praying
an act of incorporation; also, the petition
of C. F. Volger and others, for incorpora?
tion of the Charleston Independent Tur?
ner's Associai ion.
Mr. G. W. Williams also presented tnt
report of John R. Patton, Agent of tin
.Mr. Bratton presented the report of tin
agent to collect and record the names o
The following bills were introduced le
the following Senators:
Mr. Tracy-A bill to extend the timo ii
which to re-record lost "instruments ii
writing;" also, a bill to alter tho law in re
lation to the publication of legal notices i
Mr. Buist-A bill to increase the compel)
sation of the Judge of the District Cour
for the Election District of Chaalestor.
also, a bill to authorize'a temporary mod:
tication of tho free school svsteni in tb
^ Parishes of St. Phillip's and St. Michael'?
also, a bill to incorporate tho Carolin
Planters' Aid Company.
Mr. Henery-A bill to incorporate th
Wentworth Street Lutheran ('burch; alsi
a bill to extend the charter of the Charles
ton Fire Company of Axemen; also, a bi
to extend the charter of the Marion Fit
Eugine Company; also, a bill to incorpi
rate the Charleston Independent Turner
Mr. McQueen-A bill tn incorporate t h
Cheraw Eridge Company.
A bill to repeal tin; Usury Laws of th:
S* ato was debated, and made special ord?
fo.- to-m:>rrow, at 12 M.
Message No. 2 from His Excellency tl?
Governor, giving a report of pardot
..granted by him, was communicated to tl
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The proceedings were opened with prayt
by Rev. Mr. Capers.
Mr. Robert ll. Reaves, a member ele<
from Marion District, attended, was swori
and took his seat.
On motion of Mr. Richart1 ion, a messar.
was ordered to bo sent to Fie Senate, asl
ing leave of that hotly to amend tho bil
accepting a grant of land from the Unite
States, by striking ont all after the enae
ing clause, and inserting another bill.
The Senate, sent to tho House a mcssa|
rejecting the following bills: "A bill i
abolish imparlances in suits at lan-," at
"a bill to increase tho pay of consiabl
attending at Court.',
Tiie Senate sent to the House a inessa'
that a committee of three members of tl
Senate be appointed, and requesting sin:
lar committee by the House, to repo
what arrangements and provisions shou
* be made for the election hereafter of Sen
tors from this State, in the Congress of tl
United States, in view of tho reipiirenien
of an Act to regulate! the times and ina
ner of holding elections for Senators
Congress, approve i July 25, 1800.
The Senate sent to the I Ions J a bill
. authorize the issue of bonds or stock
pay amount dm: the contractors for marl
work of.new State House; also, a bill
^ provide tor tho admission in evidence
wills made in the execution of a pow<
which were read the third time, and t
titles changed to Acts.
Mr. Haskell presented the annu.d rcpt,
of the Trustees of De La Howe Institu
of Abbeville District.
Mr. J. W. Moore presented the return
the Board of Commissioners of Fi
Schools for St. Luke's Parish.
Mr. Elliott presented the petition of \\
liam A. Morock, praying recharter of Wb
Hall ferry ano grant of Same; also, p
sented tue petition of certain citizens
thc town of Bcauiort, praying ?OJ the
corporation of the Beaufort Club; also
report of the Commissioners of FJ
Schools for St. Helena Parish.
Mr. Barker presented the memorial
tho Charleston Chamber of Commerce, a
Board of Trade, praying for the repeal
the usury law.
Mr. Lord presented the icport of I
Board of Commissioners of Free Scho
for St. Phillipp and St. Michael's Parish
also, petition Vigilant Fire Engine Com
ny, praying renewal of ita act of inoorpo
tion; also, tho petition of W. B. Wesson,
C J. Leigh, ano others, petitioning for an
Act of incorporation for thc Carolina Malit?
ers' Aid Company.
Mr. Lucas presented tho report of thc
agent to collect an 1 record the names of
deceased soldiers. ,
Mr. Gavin presenter! the Free Schcol re?
turn for St. Bartholomew's, for tho year
Mr. Farmer presented the petition < f tho
acting trustees of Waltorboro Male Acade?
my, for an act of incorporation.
Mr. Ball presented the petition of George
Anderson and Nancy Caldwell, praying io
recharter of ferry on Saluda river, in Lau?
rens and Abbeville Districts.
Mr.-presented tho return of the
Commissioners of Free Schools for Lexing?
ton District, for tho year 186G.
Mr. Covington presented the petition of
certain citizens against the incorporation
or the village of BennettsviHc.
Mr. Sui? r presented tlse memorial of
sundry citizens of Newberry District, ask?
ing a change of election precincts; abo, the
report of Commissioners) ol Free Schools
for Newberry District.
Mr. Talley presented the account of J. J.
McCarter, for stationery- furnished the
Court of Appeals; also, the petition of Wil?
liam Dougherty, praying tho renewal of
certif?cate of stock in lieu of that lust or
destroyed, and also payment of atnAunt
due for work dom: on State Hor.se.
Mr. Bachman presented the petition of
Thomas Dent, praying compensation for
soi vices as Messenger of tho Court of Ap?
Mr. Richardson presented thc account
of the Commissioners of Public Buildings
for Sumter District, tor work done in pre
servation of the public, records; also, the
petition of sundry citizens of Sumter Dis?
trict, recommending some permanent pro?
vision for July Holladay, a freedman, who
lost an arm au ! a leg in the service of the
State. ^ *
Mr. Rawlinson submitted the report of
tho Commissioners of Freo Schools for
York District for 18G6.
Mr. Prossley presented tho petition for
recharter of Johnson's Ferrv.
Mr.|Wackintroduced the following : That
as this State is at present excluded from
tho representation in Congress, to which
she believes her constitutionally entitled;
and an election at this time would have to
bo mule in ont ire ignorance ot the political
issues in which tho State would be ia ter
osted at the timo when, by any apparent
probability, she would be permitted to ex?
ercise lier right of representation, that in
tho opinion of tho General Assembly of
this State, it is inexpedient- to proceed at
this session to elect a Senator for tho next
Senatorial term of six years, commencing
on the 4th March 1867.
Mr. Haskell introduced a bill to regulate
elections for Representatives i:i Congress.
Mr. Hutson introduced a bill to provide
speedy mode for settling the value of the
consideration of contracts. Also, a bill to
extend the powers of thc Ordinary in rela?
tion to real estate, and to declare tho law
in relation to words of limitation in wiUs
and other.written instruments.
Mr. Tow introduced a resolution relative
to a plan for more justly and impartially
assessing real property in the State, as re?
quired by the Constitution.
Mr. T.'P. Mikell introduced a bill to aller
tho fence law.
Mr. Lord introduced ti bill to renew the
charier of the Vigilant Fire Company.
Mr. Seigliug introduced toilis to extend
tho chartt rs of tho Marion Fire Company
and Charleston Axemen, and to incorporate
the Wentworth Street Lutheran Church.
! Mr. J. lt. Aiken introduced a bill lo amend
the charter of tho town of Winnsboro.
Mr. Townsend introduced a bill to incor?
porate the Cheraw Bridge Company.
Governor's Message No. 2 was then read.
Mr. Warley introduced a bill to declare
valid tin- recent election of Intendant and
Wardens of tho town of Timmonsville.
MESSRS. EDITORS : As your paper has
tho largest circulation in Lexington Dis?
trict of any paper in the Slate, please de?
vote a small space in your columns to a
matter of public interest.
As an application will be made to the
Legislature- at its present session, for an
amendment to tho charter of tho Columbia
"Bridge Company, and as that charter is
understood to bo perpetual, it is a matter
of the greatest concern, not only to tho in?
habitants of Columbia, but to tho people
of Lexington District, that tho rates of toll
should bo definitely settled by the General
Columbia is now in ashes, and if the city
is to be rebuilt, and restored to her ancient
splendor, ? very large proportion of the
material of reconstruction must cross the
Congaree from Lexington. An additional
consideration, and ono well worthy the at?
tention of Columbians, as well as tho peo?
ple of Lexington, is tho supply offire-wood,
a very large proportion of which must like?
wise cross the Congaree ; and if the rates
of toll aro to bo regulated alono by the
magnanimity of the stockholders, it is to
be feared that cither a total prohibition
will bo tho result, or that tho Columbia
consumers will be required to submit toan
advance in price, which will not well com?
port with the stringency of tin; times, lt
is well known that the supply of both these
necessities, lumbei and fire-wood, is inex
.haustible on tho Lexington sido ot the
river, and as the demnnd must bc perpetu?
al! there can bo no valid reason why the
rutes of toll should not be lixed and limit?
ed, as well for a corporation like tho Colum?
bia Bridge Company, as for the owners ol
a chartered ferry.
Too destruction of the Cungaroo bridge
was ono of tho direst calamities of tho war
-affecting tho interests not only of the
citizens of Columbia, hut of tho great travel?
ing public; and its rebuilding will be hailed
with joy by thousands. But, in granting
such important and exclusive privileges to
this largo corporation, it would bo well to
apply tho same restrictions ns arc always
imposed upon companies of less pretcn
I ?ions. FAIL PLAY.
Grui and Blasting Powder.
JUST received and for sale Jow, a com?
pleto assortment of Gun, Rifle and
Blasting POWDER, in whole, half and
quarter kegs, and in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Als?/ Safety
Fuse, for Blasting.
ear Inquire tor DUPONT'S POWDER
it is the host. J. & T. R. AGNEW.
S VEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICOI New,
very rare, rich and fashionable perfume.
The finest ever imported or manufactured
in United Staten. Try h and bc convinced.
A NEW PERFUME! 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,
and its fragrance remains on the handker?
chief for days.-Pkilad?i Evening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPONAX! New 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 tho handkerchief. __
SWEET OPOPONAX! IS the sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes all others.
Try it .onco; will use no other.
SWEET OPOIONAX! Ladies, in their morn?
ing cabs, carry joy ami gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
WORDS OF VITAL. INTEREST -
Will the thousands who read columnsfof
frivolous verbiage every day devote five
minutes to the perusal of a few facts which
concern them nearly? Our text iaJlealth,
and wc will put cur commentary into a nut?
shell. Weakness is indirectly tho cause ol
all sickness; for if nature bc strong enough
to resist the morbid influences which pro?
duce illness, of course they are powerless.
Seek strength*, therefore. Invigorate ann
regulate the system. When the quicksil?
ver ranges from SO to 'JG degrees in the
shade, the most athletic are enfeebled and
the weak" aro prostrated, lt is at such a
time that such an invigorator as IIOS'LET
TEIt'S STOMACH BITTERS is urgently
needed. What are tho effects of this rare
vegetable tonic? Would that all who have
known its benefits contd condenso their
experience into this paragraph. Thej
would tell the healthy, to protect their
health they must use this great safeguard
linst the debilitating influences. They
would exhort the weak to discard all uu
medicatcd and impure stimulants and cling
to this wholesome and unfailing tonic and
alterative as tho shipwrecked mariner
would cling to a raft in a stormy sea. They
would, of dyspeptic pangs relieved, of ap?
petite restored, of shattered nerves re?
strung, of headaches cured, of disordered
functions regulated, of hypochondria dis?
sipated, of miasmatic diseases baffled, oi
fever and ague cured, of liver complaints
arrested, of heat, privation and toil defied,
of hope re-animated ami cheerfulness
restored. Such are the effects of Holtet- i
ter's Bitters. ? Bec 2 ft>
FEVERS, CHILLS, AGUE, <SiC- j
Tho cause of fever is tho contamination ol
the blood by some morbide agent. The
nerves connected with nutrition and or?
ganic contractility suffer alteration in theil
composition. The muscles, deprived oi
nervous influence, begin to waste, and this
waste produces beat. Tho heart is in?
creased in its action, and. tho blood is ren?
dered still moro impure by receiving th<
wasted tissues by the continued action o!
the morbid agent, as well as by tho func?
tions of the lungs, liver and spleen being
impeded. Purify, therefore, the springs ol
life, the blood. Use tin "Queen's Delight,''
the great blood remedy, and all morbid
jents will be removed. Tho Queen's De?
light has cured many cases of contamina?
tion of tho blood, chill and fever, typhoid
fever; eruptiso fever will be prevented bv
thc free use of the Queen's Delight. Foi
sale by FISHER & HED?ITSH, Pharmacists.
Nov ll mw
HUMAN EVES made to order and inserten
by Drs. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN.
(formerly employed by Boissonneau, Paris, )
No. 1199 Broadway, New York. Oct 17 ly
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, iu sucl
universal demand, is mado from th
choicest materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its naturo, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its actioi.
upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists
and Fancv Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
T. W. RADCLIFFE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAS jtiHt received andjopened an assort?
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
ELEGANT TEA SETS,
JE WEL R V, WA TC II ES,
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
DO ILE Y RINGS, d'C.,
Unsurpassed in South Carolina.
An elegant selection of
BRIDAL PRESENTS !
Of novel and original design-ail at REA?
SONABLE PRICES. Call and examine
Anderson's Block, Main street.
HIT Tho MANUFACTURE and REPAIR
of WATCHES and MAKING of JEWELRY
done as formerly. Nov 13
1 r\ HHDS. primo Sugar House M0
1 VJ LASSES.
23 bbls. primo Sugar House Molasses.
Just received and for sale low bv
Oct 19 J. & T. ll. AGNEW.
A List of Letters
REMAINING in the Pout Office, Colum?
bia, S. C., December ', IfeGG. Persons
calling for letters in this list, will please
say ".They are advertised."
Adams. J'din S Jones, Howard
Allen, L B Jones, Miss Mary E
Alston, J Motte Haba, Miss Lindie
Archibald, Robert Kaier, Jacob
Armstrong, Miss EC Keith, Rev Adam
Arnold. Mrs F Kelly, John
Aull, Luther Kel v. Miss Marv
Baihy, Ben Ken. dy, II D
barm s, C A Kouutdv, Geo. col'd.
Barr, YV J Ki Mer, L C 2
barton, Dr YV F Killey, Mrs Ann
Bates, John Kleinheck, Mrs L
Baumbnsch, F Lau, John II
Baushel, Mrs R . Laane, Wm
Beasley, Wm Lavne, John Y
Bel?ugrath, L Leach, T B
Bordell, Beiij Leun, R N
Berzaleau, Ned, s'vt, Lenn, Miss M A C
Bi-kop, Harv Lester, W F
Bishop, Mrs EC Lewallyn, J 2
Bishop, Ii Lewis, Mrs C TI
Black, Jas A Leveritt, Wash, col'd,
Blizzard, Mrs C Longstreet, Aug li
Boeshcu, C I) Mac, Matias
Bolton, James F Mahen, Mrs Clisor
Bonett, I harley Maltby & Case,
Boozer, Jacob Marcus & Franklin, ;
Burkett, .fohn Martin, Albert
Bostick, Cornelius Marshell, Miss A
Brattou, Miss H McClellan, Wm
Brannon, H M McDonald, Mrs A
Brazzlo Miss Susan McFurtion, Henry
Brightman, Mrs W H McGill, J
Brimm, Mrs Eliza ' McGowan, Mrs E
Brody, Mrs McMullen, Bonj
Brooks, Miss Esther McGuckin,
Brown, Jas A Meyer, F
ii own, Jas Middleton, Mrs M P
Brown, Wm Mons, Anderson
Brown, Fannie Mitchell, Mrs R
Brown, Miss Apina Mitchell, Knox, coi'd,
Brown, C H Mitchell. W 0
j Brown, Amelia Monett, David
Brown, Mr Molloy,
Bumbay, I f M Montang, LeJ A
Busby, J W Moore, Wm
Butler & Earhart, Moore, Thomas 2
Branson. .1 Boyd Moore, Mrs Martha
Boozer, J S ' Morrison, Mrs M J
Caldwell, Dr If C Muckenfuss, Dr
Caldwell, Emeline Mulder, Samuel
Camerford. M F Muller, Ann
Campbell, Miss Y Myers, Mrs Eliza 2
Campbell, Gideon Myers. Richard
Cannon, J A Neil, Miss Sue 2
Carroll, Mrs Edward Newton, Mrs A .1
Cavce, Mrs 10 li Nicholson, W M
Chambers, Wm H North, H M
Champion, Henry Parott, R L
Chancellor, Elijah Penn, Bonj F
t hurn, James F Perkins, Diner
Clark iV Goodwin, Pool, John
Clary, Mrs E V Pope, John C
('laster, Mrs lt Present, Miss Lia
Jlifton, Ceo Pressley, James F
Coffin A- Ravonol, 2 Frist, Mrs M
Collins, Miss F Ranch, Ann R
Contins, Mrs A Richardson, Miss M
Cooks. Frank Ritzell, lt lt
Cooper, Jesse Roath, Edward
Crabtree, John Roberts, Miss Mollie
Crawford, Andy Roberts, John P
'ro>s, Chas Robertson, Ophelia
Cronk. W H Robertson, J C
Cureton, John Robison, Thoa 2
Dansbnry, Mrs J M Rolinson, Joel
Davis, Dennis Rose, Wm M
Davis, Mrs Amy 2 Sawer, Wm
Davis, Lewis* 'Scott, Miss Sallie E
Dawkins, Dr Thos II Scott, Mrs Henry
Deas, Moses Scott, Henrv
Dreghorn,Mrs MC 3 Seats, John'Q
Duke, Ensly Shiran, Jacob C
DuWright, A 2 Shroyer, Levi
Mis, Miss Carotine Simmons, H W
Ukin .t Co, J B Simmons, Mary
hilow, Miss Sarah Simons, Wm
Ervin, Roi,crt W Sims, E C
.'arrow M A Skelly, Miss Marv
Fctuer, J A Sligh, W II
.'etiu r, Miss M J Smith, Mrs Harrison
.'n ids. Miss S J N Smith, Win
H ick .V Sous, T J Smith. Mrs A F
Fley, Leonty Smith & Graeser,
Flinn, Master J D Smith, John E
Flowers, Mrs Ann Smoko, Robert
Fogarty, Philip Smythe, Iva G 2
Forst, Mrs John Sneders, Edward
Foxworth, Richard- Southerland, L W
s ?ti & Co, Messrs Sparkman, Dr
Frailey, Levey, col'd, Spirn, Mrs Jisk
Freeman, Larkin S Sprague, Mr
Yenna::, John Starks, Lieut
.Tier. Thornton Stribling, Miss M J
Tarbin, Kot Sut'.erson, Jas
lardner. Charles Talbott, S T
Tates, Ren j Tavlor, for Carpenter
Hbbes, Mrs Ann B E Lid,
Hares, Mrs L Taylor, Henry
Gooden, Mrs B Taylor, Henrietta
rood win, A G Thompson, Mrs Kate
Treen, Mrs Hcnnio Thompson, Jos
?rahani, Mrs M Urvin, W F
il & S, Wages, John
lail, Goo W Wallis, B S
Hallinan, II Walsh, Owen
Taltiwanger, A D Watson, V A
Bamberton, John Webb, Mrs Wm, col'd.
Harper, Mr, col'd, Whitehead, Mrs A E
Hiliord, Mrs Chico Whitesides, W C
Hood, Walter Whitlock, Win II
Towser, Thos L Wiotho, Henry 3
ILinevcutt, W W 2 Williams, Silas
iluntt, R M Williams, Mrs C
tlurndon, Mrs E Williams, Mrs H
letiors, H L 2 Williams, A, col'd,.
Jenkins, CS- , Windleton, Paton
Jenkins, Tamar ' WilLon, Mrs M C
fohnson, Mrs Nancy Wilson, Mrs M
Johnson, Mrs M Wright, John
fohnson, John Yorgcr, Wm C
Dee 1 1 JAS. C. .TANNEY. P. M.
GBO- W. PARKER,
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, Liiji ORS, &C, &C,
Corner Main and Camden Streets,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
PROMPT and energetic attention is gua?
ranteed to all orders for the purchase
or sale of any species of Property or Mer?
chandize. . Nov 21 2mo
HAVING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, I
may be lound at all hours at
the residence of Mr. M. H.
Berrv, (opposite tho CathMic Church, ) on
Assembly street. D. P. GREGG.
MACKEREL, SCALED ilERRLYGS
1 AA BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
JA/V/lOhalf bbl?. No. I MACKEREL.
li) half bbl?. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 " " No. 3
20 boxee Lemon CRACKERS.
20 " Sugar "
20 " Ovster "
20 " Soda
5 hnd8. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
G hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
Just received and in store, and for salo
at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES by
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second dwor from the Shiver House,
Nov 22 On I'lain street.
SUGARS INO MOOT.
-r HHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses -new crop.
30 " " Sugar.
10 " Extra C "
5 " '. Crushed "
3 " " Pulv. "
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, seamless sacks,
160 Hw. English Blue Stone, at l?c.
2,0001bs. " Copperas, at Cjc.
In store and for sale bv
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street.
AT WHOLESALE AM)
BBLS. GIBSON'S X, XX. XXX. WHIS?
Ubis. O. Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
" Corn and Rye domestic "
li Holland Anchor OIN.
" American Hope "
" Pinet and Rochelle BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Kum.
" Sweet Malaga Wine.
" Cherry and Madeira Wine
" Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Stougbton Bitters.
Boxes Belier's and Krauter Bitters.
" Curacoa and Aunisecd Cordial.
" Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
With a general stock of GENUINE LI?
QUORS, worthy attention of purchasers, at
fair pric es. Call and examine the above
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
great inducements will be offered.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door ?rom Shiver House,
Oct 13 On Ptain street.
"J S\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, extra
JL\S weight-2k pounds.
00 coils MANILLA ROPE.
1 bale BAGGING TWINE.
The above in store at reduced raies.
A. L. SOLOMON.
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 _ On Plain street.
BLAH BOOK MANUFACTORY !
Opposite J. C. Dial's Hardware Store,
AL 17 A' S TR EET, CO LI TMB IA, S. i :
BLANK BOOKS RULED
TO any pattern, paged and bound in the
best possible manner, with Printed
Headings, when required. The attention id
COMMISSIONERS IN EQUITY,
AND ALL PUBLIC OFFICERS
Is particularly invited.
A LARGE STOCK OP
Blank Book Paper!
Of the host quality, always on hand.
Special attention given to the BINDING
of MUSIC, OLD BOOKS and TILES and
all other work, in plain or ornamental
aw Orders sent to and contracts made
directly with me, will SAVE MONEY, as I
am prepared to do work at but a SMALL
ADVANCE on NEW YORK PRICES.
My business motto is: Promptness, Eco?
nomy and Substantial Work.
1?. T?. STOKES.
Nov ll_ __
HAVING resumed the
ibovo business, ! am l.re
_J,>aredjto executtjah* kinds
ot work in the above linc at thc shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly.attended.
Aug 30 M. ri, BERRI.
At Brennan A Carroll's Carn e Factory.
Cutlery! Cutlery! !
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
AFULL assortmentof Table ?md Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac. m store
?nd for sale low.bv JOHN C. DIAL.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Ofiice in Post Office Building, Columbia.
Columbia Iron Works.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
rilli I', above Works can furnish all kinds
X IRON and li lt ASS CASTINGS WA
OHINERY, (l II Is l' andSAW MILL IRONS,
CIN WHEELS, of diff?rent sizes, ?fcc, at
short notice anti on reasonable terms.
A new, large Foundry having just been
finished, the proprietor is prep) r d to cast
HOUSE FRONTS ami any other CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
..viii guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 23 and 30
horso power Engine for sale for cash, at a
reasonable pl ier.
R. MCDOUGALL, Attomev,
Oct ll gmo_Sun.-rim.-nd.-tit.
Thc Lai; p oi ??tia and Way to Health.
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For the cure of all those Diseases hav?
ing their origin in a vitiated condi?
tion of the human system, and those
arising from any departure from the
lairs of health, imprudence in living,
over-taxing nature, f rom too great in?
dulgence of every kind-eating, drink?
ing, working-whereby nature suf?
ri 111 IS ?heroica! extract will bo fount, an
jL invaluable restorative cordial for all
diseases arising from an impure stat? of
the blood. Cutaneous eruptions, such as
Boils, Pimples, Carbuncles. Pustules,
blotches, Roughness ot tho Skin, Sealy
Appearance of the -Cuticle, Tetter, Ring?
worms and Helling Humors of the Skin,
this purifier will remove, and impart
!u'.?Uh and a life-glow to tho complexion.
Por Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Rheumatism, Pains in tho Rones, Stiffness
in the Joints. Old Ulcers, Want of lilood
in the Parts, Syphilitic Sores ami Ulcers,
and Impaired Constitutions arising from
those d.seases-, and from tho too tree use
of mercury. For General Debility, spiing
mg from Dyspepsia or Indigos ion, Weak?
ness and Pains in the Stomach, Liver Com?
plaint, or want of action in that organ
producing pams in the side or back, affect?
ing tho kidneys and bladder.
Females, at the period of change, will
lind it the best restorative to health and
strength, from all those weaknesses ami
depressions of mind and body which fol?
low at this time of life.
Persons traveling South or living in wurni
climates, and all unacclimated, will lind the
Queen's Delight a great protection from
all those diseases which originate in s
change of climate, diet and life.
its properties as a remedy were first in?
troduced to the notice of tho profession by
Dr. Thos. Young Simons, of South Carolina,
as early as LV2S, as a valuable alterative re?
medy in syphilitic affections, and others re?
quiring Useof mercury. Dr. Simons' state?
ments have been endorsed and extended
l.y Dr. A. Lopez, of Moiiiie, ami D. H. R.
Frost, of Charleston. From the reports in
its favor, there ??tais no reason to doubt
thc efficacy o? thia medicine in Secondary
Syphilis, Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases.
Chronic Hepatic Affections and other com?
plaints benefited by alterative medicines.
For sal.- by FISHER & HEIN1TSH,
June 29 Pharmacists, Columbia. S. C.
. F? "W. WIH6'-S
Steam Planing Billi !
1'icl cns Street, between Washington end
Plain, Columbia, S. C.
ON hand and furnished to order at short
notice, ah kinds of dressed LUMBER,
I' L00R1NG, CEILING. SHELVING, \YEA
rHER-BOARDING, .vc. Also, SASHES,
blinds. Doors, Mantle-piece Mouldings,
brackets, Counters, Tables, Ac
Having now m operation full sets of tho
most improved machinery,' 1 am prepared
o turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very
reasonable ligures. All in want of any ma?
terial in my line will do well to give me a
cail. Aug 1 Gmo
ALAROE ?ot just received, lt snits for
all kinds of merchandize, and is sold
lo ?er than any paper can be brought lure
?rom tho North.
Nov 20 JOHN C. i EEGERS i CO.
N. L.-Fancy Wrapping Paper, Yellow
s. BT STRATTON,
Cotton Bags, Wnste. OM faszir.?, and Rope !
AND OTHER OLD METALS!
HIGHEST CASH PUICE paid for tho
above articles. Assembly street, one
uo >r from Gervais, Columbia, S. C.
Nov 18 Imo
.ci,- Winnsboro News and Yorkville En?
quirer publish tint e times mid .-end bills.
having lea-ed tho above
named POPULAR HOTEL,
begs leave to inform her
former patrons and tue traveling pnbli
generally that she will be prepared for tho
RECEPTION OF VISITORS on and after
September 3, 1SGG.
Tho table will be supplied with the best
the markets Afford, mid no effort spared
to make it A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
Mus. D. C. SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., September ?, 18GG.
Fire-Dogs, Shovels, Tong3, &c.
At the Sinn of the dahlen Pad- Lark.
ALARGE VARIETY of FIRE DOGS,
SHOVELS, TONGS, POKERS, FIRE
SHOVELS, ?vc, ?fcc, in store and for sale
verv low, bv JOHN C. DIAL.