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COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1866.
VOLUME II-NO. 16^
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Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, December 4, 1SGP?.
Present-His Honor tho Mayor; Alder?
men Geiger, Hitchcock, Hunt, McDonald,
Radcliffe, Taylor, Walter and Weam.
Thc minutes of tho last meeting were
road ami confirmed.
Tho following report from the managers
of election was read:
COLUMBIA, December 3. 1SG0.
We, the undersigned, managers uf an
election, held this day, for ono Alderman
for Ward No. 2, do hereby declare that
John Stork received a majority of tho
votes cast, and wo do hereby declare him
duly elected Alderman of the city of Colum?
bia." (Signed by tho manager.-.)
John Stork, Alderman elect, appeared,
was qualified, and took his seat.
Alderman Stork was appointed on the
following standing committees: On Ac?
counts, (as Chairman,) Alms House and
A petition was presented by Joseph Cy?
rus, praying that he bo allowed to erect a
blacksmith shop ou Blauding street, near
the Charlotte' and South Carolina Rail?
road. Referred to tho Committee on
Tho following communication was read:
To the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen of
the City of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: At a mooting hold last
evening, at the Council Chamber, tho se?
veral Wards within the city were represent
ed by "Aldermen and citizens appointed by
your body as assessors, to value the real
estate within the limits of tho corporation.
Tho assessors having duly considered and
discussed tho subject, beg leave to repprt:
That to do thc work which has boon as?
signed to them effectually, will involve an
amount of labor, and occupy much moro
of their time, at this season, than can bo
well spared from their business.
Regretting th it it is not in their power
to Borve you without serioun loss to them?
selves, thev declino the duty. Respect?
fully, J A. CRAWFORD, Chairman. 1
NOVEMBER 30, 1SG<">.
Received as information.
Assistant Policeman Dooley tendered his
Resignation as policeman, which, on mo?
tion, was accepted.
Ch?'rges wore preferred against Police?
man Cooper, for drunkenness whilst on
duty. A motion was made that ho bo dis?
charged from his office. An amendment
was offered that ho be tined S10 for tho
offene? and retained. Tho yeas and nays
being called for and ordered, tho following
was the result on tho amendment: Yeas
Aldermen McDonald, Taylor, Walter and
Weam-4. Nay-His Honor tho Mayor;
Aldermen Geiger, Hitchcock, Hunt and
Radcliffe. Tho vote was then takeo upon
tho motion that he bo discharged, which
resulted as follows: Yeas-His Honor the
Mayor; Aldermen Geiger, Hitchcock and
Radcliffe- 4. Nays-Aldermen Hunt, Mc?
Donald, Taylor, Walter and Weam-5.
The motion was therefore lost.
The accounts of William Sloane, for corn,
$21.60, Jett Douglas, for two months' ser?
vice at tho Market, $30, and T. J. La
Motte, for freight on school booka, $2.75,
were ordered to bo paid.
An application was received from M. D.
Arledgo, for tavern license to retail spirit?
uous liquors. Referred to the Committee
The City Clerk presented his report for
the month of November. Referred to tho
Committeo of Ways and Meaus.
Tho Clerk of the Market presented his j
report fdr tho month of November. Re?
ferred to tho Committee on Market.
Thc Chief of Police presented his roport
for the month of November. Referred to
the Committee on Guard Houao and Po?
Tho Committee on City Schools present?
ed the following roport:
To his Honor the Mayor and Aldermen of
the Oily of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: Tho Committeo on City
Schools would respectfully roport that, ac?
cording to your instructions, tho City Malo
School was opened under tho superintend?
ence of Mr. W. H. VVigg, and has been in
successful operation up to tho present
time. You aro awaro that tho term for
which the school was opened is nearly at
its closo, and as no provision has been
made for its continuance, wo would respect?
fully recommend, if the finances of th?
city will permit, that it be put in operation
as carlv in tho new year as possible. The
number of the pupils has steadily in?
creased, and tho attendauco has been
Tho Committee found the supply of
books for the scholars quite inadequate to
their necessities, and through tho kind?
ness ot the. proprietors of the city papers,
mado an appeal to tho charitable for any
donation of books which they might have,
for tho benefit of tho school." In answer to
that appeal, Messrs. Russ & Co., of New
York, wi'th praiseworthy liberality,'sentthe
Committee a full supply. Your Committeo
would, therefore, recommend the adoption
of the following resolutions:
Jiesolved, That the thanks of tho City
Council of Columbia aro duo, and ar!;
horobv tendered, to Mossrs. ltuss <V Co., of
Now Yoik, for their liberal donation of
school books for tho usc of tho city school.
Jtrsolced, That our thanks aro hereby
tendered to Messrs. F. G. DoFontaino and
W. E. Scott, for their active exertions in
enabling tho Committee to obtain tho
Jiesolccd, That tho City Clerk forward a
copy of theso resolutions to thc above
named gentlemen, with tho city seal at?
Alt of which in respectfully submitted,
W. T. WALTE lt, Chairman.
On motion, the above report ami resolu?
tions w<-ro adopted.
Tho Committee on Licenses submitted a
report, recommending that the application
of John Dooley for quart license to retail
spirituous liquors, and tho application of
Janney & Tolleson, to transfer their license
toW. C. Bonnet t, be granted. Report con?
An Ordinance, entitled "An Ordinance
Regulating the AppointmenOaud Defining
the Duties and Powers of the Police of the
City of Columbia." received its third read?
ing, passed, was duly ratified and became
a law, as follows:
An Ordinance regulating (he appointment
awl defining the duties and powers of the
Police of thc city of Columbia.
SEO. 1. Be it ordained by die Moyer and
I Aldermen of thc eily vf Columbia, in Coun?
cil assembled, and bg the authority of Ole
same. That the police force of thc city of
Columbia shall consist of ono chief and
such number of assistant policemen as
may, from time to time, be determined on
by the City Council, all of whom shall be,
at all times, both night and day, in the
service and at the command of tho Mayor
and Aldermen of said citv.
SEC. 2. Ile itfurtlier ordained, That tho
Chief of Police and Assistant Policemen
shall be elected by the City Council by
ballot, once every two years, on the third
i Tuesday of April, immediately succeeding
the election of Mayor and Aldermen, and
shall serve for two years from the date of
said election, unless sooner removed by
vote of the City Council on cause shown.
SEC. Be it further ordained, That the
discipline and management o ?he police
force of the city shall be vested in the Chief
of Police and the Committee on Guard
House and Police, subject tu such rules
and regulations, now of twee, or stich
rules, regulations and ordinances as may
be passed hereafter by the City Council.
SEC. 1. Be it further onlained, That the
Committee on Guard House and- Police
shall make snell rules and regulations as
maybe by them deemed necessary for the
I government of thc police, force of the citj :
and for any neglect or violation ?d' such
rules or regulations, thc City Council may
impose a linc not exceeding twenty dollars,
to be deducted from the salary of tin) po?
liceman so offending.
SEC. 5. Be il further ordained. That the
pay of the police shall be as follows: Tho
Chief, eight hundred, and the Assistant
Policemen, six hundred dollars per annum,
Si:c. (i. Be it further ordained, That the
Chief of 1'oltco and thc Assistant Police?
men shall give bond before entering upon
t ie duties of their office; Hie Chief, in thc
sum of one thousand dollars, and each As?
sistant Policeman in the sum of live hun?
dred dollars, for tho faithful performance
of their respective duties, with such se?
curity as may be approved hythe Mayor
and Committee on Guard House and Police;
and take the following oath before thc City
Clerk, in the presence of tho Mayor: "1
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will
faithfully discharge all thc duties required
i of me to the best of my skill and ability,
and that I will conform to the ordinances
of the city, obey all regulations made for
my govi ruinent, and report forthwith all
violai ions of city ordinances which come
to my knowledge."
SEO. 7. Be il further ordained, That it
shall bc the dnty of the Chief of Police o
enforce and carry into effect all and each
of the city Ordinances now in force, or that
may hereafter bc of force; to obey and ex?
ecute all commands and orders of tho City
Council, as well as of the Mayor and Alder?
men, in relation to all matters in which thc
city may be concerned or interested; to be
vigilant in detecting any violation or breach
lot any city Ordinance; to finnish once in
every month to th" City Council, at a regu?
lar meeting, a detailed re port, in writing,
of all offences against the city Ordinances,
or any of them, as had been detected by
bim or any of his assistants, and under the
direction of the Mayor or Mayor pro tem.,
to prosecute all offenders again-t thc Ordi
j nances of tho city, or any of them; to re?
port, at the first regular meeting in each
month of tho City Council, in writing, all
'neglect of duty or absencos of Assistant
Policemen; to assign to Assistant Polico?
men their duties and see that they perform
them; to superintend and assign tho duties
? of Steeplemen, and further to perform all
I such other and edlitional duties, and to
comply with all such regulations as may at
any timo be prescribed to him by thc City
SEC. 8. Be it further ordained. That ii
I shall bo the duty of the Assistant Police?
nion to enforce and carry into effect, to the
utmost of their ability, the Ordinances ol
tuc City Council, according to the true in?
tent and meaning of the same; to obey and
conform to the rules and regulations made
i for their government; to obey and execute
all orders emanating from "tho Mayor ol
any of tho Aldermen of the city, or froiu
the Chief of Police, in relation to all mat?
ters in which the city may be. interested.
SEC.. 9. Be il further ordained, That nei?
ther the Chief of Police nor either of thc
Assistant Policemen, shall absent himsel:
at any time from tho performance of his
duty, without tho consent of the Mayoi
and Committee on Guard House and Police
under tho penalty of dismissal from office
or fine not to exceed twenty dollars, fm
each' offence, to bo imposed by the Cib
Council; and further, that tho Chief ant
As.-istant Policemen shall at any time lu
kable to be removed from office, and'bc
subject to a fine not to exceed twenty dol
lars for each and every neglect of duty o
violation of rules or Ordinances, to bo ad
judged by the City Council, and deductot
from tho salary of such Policeman,
SEO. 10. Be il furtfier ordained. That th
Chief and Assistant Policemen shall uso m
undue violence in making arrests or in th
discharge of their duties as policemen; tba
they shall keep an account of all money
received by them a? rcwffds, and pay i
over to tho Chief of Police, who shall rc
port the same to tho City Clerk at tho en
of each and every month-tho samo to b
divided equally between tho policemen n
thc expiration of every three months; tba
thoy aiiall have authority to call to thei
ash stance any citizen or citizens to aid" i
quelling riots or any other breach of th
peace, and to report all persons who sha
refuse to render such assistance to the Cit
SEC. ll. Be it further ordained, Tba
should any of tho police forco of thc city (
Columbia so far forget his duty as to b<
como intoxicated, lie shall, for the fir:
offence, be fined not to exceed twenty do
lars, by tho City Council-said fine to I
doducted from his salary; and for tho si
cond offence, bo shah be discharged froi
SF.C. 12. Be itfuHlher ordained, That any
person or persons who ?hall ho convicted
of opposing or interrupting tho Chief of
Police, or any of the Assistant Policemen,
in the legitimate discharge of his or their
(lotu s, shall bo tined in a sum not exceed?
ing tit ty dollars for each and every offence,
at tho discretion of tho City Council.
SEC. 13. Be it further ordai a-?, That nei?
ther tho Chief of Polico nor any of tho As?
sistant Policemen shall be allowed to visit
grog-shops or retail drin.ung-houses, ex?
cept on business connected with their
duties as policeman. That on conviction j
before the City Council of either thc Chief
or any of tho Assistant, Policemen of a vio
lation of this section of this Ordinance, ho
or they shall be tined not exceeding five
dollars for each and every violation, which
line shall be deducted from his or their sala?
ries; and should they, or either of them,
persist in violating this section, they may
be discharged by th?; City Council.
SEC. 14. Be il further ordained, That this
Ordinance shall bo of force from and after
its passage, and that all Ordinances, or
parts of Ordinances, heretofore passed by
tho City Council of Columbia in relation to
the duties and powers of tho police, now of
loren, are hereby repealed.
An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance
concerning beef cattle,"' received its second
and third reading, passed, was duly rati?
fied, and became a law, as follows:
An Ordinance Concerning Beef Ca ll! e.
Be it ordained hg the. Mayor and Ila'
Aldermen of thc city af Columbia, in. Coun?
cil assembled, and by the atdhority of the
sante, That anv person who shall, after the
5th day of December, 1806, sell, or offer to
sell, at tiie Market, or elsewhere in the
city cif Columbia, any beef or veal, or part
of a beet' or veal, before producing and
exhibiting to the Cleric of tho Market thc
hide and ears of such beef or veal, shall,
on conviction before the Mayor, forfeit ami
pay for each piece of beef or veal so sold or
oil', ml for sale the sum of twenty dollars.
Be it further ord..,incl. That the Clerk ot
the .Market shall keep a book, in which he
shall make a record of the color of the skin
anti the marks of the cars of each beef or
veal so exhibited to him, which shall at all
times bc open to thc inspection of thc pub?
lic; and tiie Clerk of tho Market shall be
entitled to charge ten cents for each record
made by him, to be paid by tho party ex?
hibiting the skin amt ears as aforesaid.
An amendment to an Urdinanco entitled
"An Ordinance tor regulating the Market,"
received its first reading. Dy unanimous
consent of thc Council, the rules were sus?
pended, when it received its second and
third reading, passed, was duly ratified,
and became a law, as follows: That section
second bc so amended as to read: "The
salary of the Clerk of tho' Market shall bo
eight hundred dollars per annum, payable
An amendment to an Ordinance entitled
''An Ordinance for the- regulation of junk
shops," ifcc., received ils lirst reading, and
was ordered to a sec.md reading at next
The following resolutions were offered
Dy Alderman Radcliffe:
Beso ced, That his Honor the Mayor be
requi-sted to call a. meeting of the citizens,
to take into consideration the propriety of
issuing new bills of the corporation, not to
exceed in amount S*>0,000, to redeem the
present circulation, and for other purposes.
Hy Alderman McDonald:
Resolved, That an election be held, at
thc next regular meeting of Council, for
one policeman, to lill tiio vacancy occa?
sioned by tho resignation of Policeman
Dooley, and for four additional policemen.
T<y Alderman McDonald:
Resolved, That tho pay of Assistant Po?
liceman Cooper be stopped during the
tune that he has been absent from duty.
l>y Alderman Taylor:
Resolced, That the duties of the stoeple
men be discontinued from this date.
Ry Alderman McDonald:
Resolved, That the. City Clerk bo au?
thorized and required to re-assess tho real
ostate within tho city ?rf Columbia, and
that he be required to do so by or before
tho 1st day of January next; and that ho
bo paid tho sum of two hundred dollars for
Ry Alderman Walter:
Resolved, Tlmt thc City Clerk be author?
ized to receive tho city coupons in pay?
ment for the taxes of the present year.
Ry Alderman Weam:
Resolved, That hereafter no application
for license to retail spirituous liquors,
within the corporate limits of this city, will
he considered by this board, unless the
amount of money which is required for
such license accompany tho application.
On motion, Council adjourned.
J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
HOUSE TO RENT,
. ON Main street, fi va squares below
fi]??} State House, containing six square
.fiiULrooms and two basement rooms, to?
gether with all necessary out-buildings,
such as Carriage House, Stables, Kitchens,
ftc. Aj^yjiMhis office. Dec fi 3
THREE THOUSAND lbs. of CLEAR
SIDES, SHOULDERS and STRIPS.
Primo CAROLINA RICE.
?S "ET Gr -A. -
A varied assortment of this article.
A completo stock of GROCERIES, of
overy description suitable for family uso,
at LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Dee 6 H. D. MANAHAN.
?>A BBLS., all Winds, at
Ji\) Dee 6 CALNAN .V KREUPER'S.
TWO HUNDRED lbs., fresh and sweet,
just received at _
Dec 6 f, CALNAN k KREUDER S.
BBLS., several grades-REDUCED
Dec 6 6 CALNAN & KREUDER S.
SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! New,
very rare, rich and fashionable perfume.
The finest ever imported or manufactured
in United States. Try it and be convinced.
A NEW PERFUME! Called Sweet Opopon az
from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. Smith
A Co., New York, is making a sensation
wherever it is known, ls- very delicate,
and its fragrance remains on the handker?
chief for days.-Philad'a Keening Bulletin.
SWEET OPOPONAX! New Perfume from
Mexico. Tho 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! ls the sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes all others.
Try it once; will usc no other.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Ladies, in their morn?
ing calis, carry joy and gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Hrs. F. HAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN,
( formerly employed by Boissonneau, Paris, )
No. 399 broadway. New York. Oct 17 ly
COLGATE'S UOXEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such
universal demand, is mado from the
choicest materials, ?3 mild and emol?
lient ju its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely bcRcficlsl in Us.action
upon tito skin. For salo by all Druggists
and Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
CORN- MD SEED OATS !
mEN THOUSAND bushels White and
JL Mixed COHN,
200 bushels black SEED OATS,
300 COW PEAS. For sale LOW
for CASH only. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Dec 7 4
Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
rp EN hhds. prime SiDES and SHOUL
JL DEUS, for sale LOW bv
Dec 7 4 E. AG. D. HOPE. _
CHOCOLATE, COCOA, COFFEE,
?SPICES, PICKLES, MUSTARD,
Catsups, Sardines, Oysters, Salmon,
Tomatoes and Peaches, in cans.
Jellies, Canton Ginger, Figs, Raisins,
Prunes, Almonds, Walnuts,
Pecans, Brazil Nats, Filberts, Ac.
Wit ti every article usually found in a
! FIRST-CLASS HOUSE. For sale as Iowas
can be sold. E. A G. D. HOPE.
1/\(\(\ BUSHELS prime White Pro
. l/UU vision CORN,
500 bushels prime Mixed COEN,
100 bbls. Extra FAMILY FLOUR,
1,000 bushels White Seed Oats,
I 10,000 lbs. Lacon Sides,
2.000 lbs. small and prime Breakfast
50 sacks Liverpool Salt,
bran, Hay, Peas and Grains, of all de?
scriptions, for sale at lowest market figures.
BROWNE & SCHIRMER,
Main street, Volger's new store.
I Dec 7 _
Wines and Liquors.
OLD HOLLAND GIN.
Old COGNAC BRANDY,
Stewart's Scotch Whiskey,
Old Jamaica Rum,
Old Sherry Wine, old Port Wine,
Rhino Wino, Claret Wines,
Absinth, in cases,
French Cherries, in cases,
Madame Vo Clicquot and Poxnardin a
Reims Champagne. Wholesale and retail.
Dec 4_JOHN_C. SEEGEJtS A CO. _
1TIERCE PIG HAMS-small.
1 " Sugar-cured HAMS-strictly
prime. " JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
ORANGES. LEMONS. CURRANTS, RAI?
SINS, CITRON, APPLES, ftc.
_Dec 4_ JOHNJ^EEGERS A CO.
OLD RYE AND CORN WHISKEY.
C\ IBSON'S FAMILY NECTAR,
VT " Treble A,
Old Kontucky Bourbon,
j Old North Carolina Corn Whiskey.
Old Apple Brandv. Wholesale and re?
tail. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
j Dec 4
5,000 LBS. LARD !
IN store and for salo at cost.
Dec 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS kCO.
TEN boxes extra FAMILY CHEESE, just
received. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Columbia Iron Works.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
THE above Works can furnish all kinds
of IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, Ac, at
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A new, largo Foundry having just been
finished, tho proprietor is prepared to cast
HOUSE FRONTS and any other CASTING,
of every description and dunousion, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 aud 30
hor80 power Engine for salo for cash, at a
R. MCDOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll 3mo Superintendent.
At ?he Sign of Ute Golden PadjLock.
AFULL assortment of Table and Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac, in store
and for sale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
AN adjourned meeting nf the citizens of
Columbia will be held on TUESDAY
next, tho 11th inst., at 10 a. m.,in Gibbes1
Hall, to take into consideration the pro?
priety of issuing new bills of thc corpora?
tion, not to exceed in amount $.JO,00?), for
the p, rposo of redeeming the present cir
culation and for other purposes.
Doc 7 TH l .o. STARK, Mayor.
LADIES' BALBIilGGEN HOSE,
FLEECED LINEN HOSE,
" Bleached and Brown "
" Lamb's Wool "
" Black and Mixed Cotton Hose,
" White Cotton Hose, oxtra size,
Misses' " " "
" Striped Wool ??
Gent's English Brown Half Hose,
Boys' Bleached anti Brown Half Hose,
Children's Wool Stockings and Leggings,
Infants' Worsted Boots.
C. F. JACKSON.
TEN cases IMPERIAL CABINET CHAM?
.JO cases HEIDSICK, quarts and pints.
1 cask Otard Dnpuv COGNAC BHANDY.
1 " HENESSEI". PALE RUAN DY.
r, Harmony and Pale SHERRY".
:! " South-side and Uraga Madeira,
? bid--, genuine Kentucky Whiskey.
40 bids. Rye, Cabinet and Bourbon do.
loo doz. EdinburgAle and Dublin Porter.
Tho above aro bought from importers,
and warranted both in proof and qualitv.
Nov 2S io_E. fi G. D. HOPE'.
J, SULZBACI1ER fW
HAYE just received per Ex
ipress another fresh supply of the
lirst quality SPECTACLES; and' those
parties wishing to preserve their sight
would do well to call on ns and get a pair
to suit them, as there is nothing so neces?
sary to tho human being as a good pair of
oyes. G LASSES of all focuses always on
hand and titted to ?nv style of frame.
IS. SULZBACHER, Watch-maker.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry REPAIR?
ED, and warranted. De,e 5 |
Box and Office Stoves !
JUST received, a small supply of
tthe above named STOVES, winch are
offered LOW for CASH, at
J. W. SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Taylor street, opposite Park.
Nov 20 Imo
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
AN D HAIR,
On hand and being constantlv received
by CEO. W. PARKER,
Corner Main anti Camden sts.
Nov 21 2mo
THE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-first
Tho Crescent Monthlv-New Orleans.
The Lam? wo Love-Gen. Hill's.
Godey's (Holiday) Lady's Book.
Nick-Nax for all Creation.
Also, now Novels, by Marion Harland,
author of "Alone," and other popular
writers. For salo at Bookstore opposite
Law Rango. _.J. J. McCARTER.
Fire-Dogs, Shovels, Tongs, &c.
At the Sigyi nf the Golden Pod-Lock.
ALARGE VARIETY of FIRE-DOGS,
SHOVELS, TONGS, POKERS, FIRE
SHOVELS, ?tc, ?Ste, in store and for salo
very low, by JOHN C. DIAL.
Nov 8 _
-I f\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, extra
JLvJ weight-2A pounds.
50 coils MANILLA ROTE.
1 bale BAGGING TWINE.
Tho above in store at reduced ratei.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street.
S?GA?S AND MOLASSES.
5HHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses- -now crop.
30 " " Sugar.
10 " Extra C
5 " '. Crushed "
; 3 " " Puiv.
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, seamless ?ark?,
I at $3.35.
100 lbs. English Blur Stone, at 14c.
2,000 lbs. " Copperas, at 64c
I In store .nd for sale bv
A. L. SOLOMON.
Second door from Shiver House,
! Oct IS On Flain street.
; MACKEREL, SCALED OERRIGS
1 AA BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
1UU 10 half bbls. No. 1 MACKEREL.
10 half bbls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 " " No. 3
20 boxes Lemon CRACKERS.
20 " Sugar "
20 " Ovster
i 20 " Soda
! 5 linds. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
5 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
Just received and in store, and for salo
at tho LOWEST MARKET PRICES by
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from the Shiver House,
Nov 22 Ou Plain stroct.
ALE! ALE! ~
TEN bbls. CREAM ALE, wholesale and
Nov 27 JOHN C. SEEGERS ?fc CO.
CT f\ BUSHELS, in store and for salo by
tJ\) Nov 'J FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Groceries ! !
f^Q BBLS. A, B and C SUGARS.
10 hhds. and bbls. brown SUGARS.
Clear and Ribbed SIDES.
5 hhds. MOLASSES.
10 bbls. SYRUP.
BAGGING, Gunny and Dundee.
73 coils ROPE.
Manilla Rope, of five different qtialitics.
Grcenleaf and Jute Hemp Rope.
Salt, at nmrket price.
Colgate's Common and Fancy Soaps.
STARCH, of various brands.
Adansantinc and Parafinc Candles.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Cheese, Raisins, Almonds, Ac.
A full sjock on band, anil not above the
market price. The public are invited to
examine the stock.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
Nov 9 Main street, Columbia, S. C.
Tin'd and Jap'd HOLLOWWARE
Carpenters' and Blacksm's TOOLS
AXES, S. W. Go]lins' and other
PAINTS. GILS and GLASS.
In store and for sa?e LOW by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
REGARDLESS OF COST I
ttween Plain and Washington,
XTer their large and web selected stock of
TJm tn-elln? ,
AT AND BELOW COST,
Call Soon and See for Yourselves.
J. SULZBA CHER S CO.
AT WIIOLESALB AND RETAIL !
BBLS. GIBSON'S X. XX, XXX, WHIS?
Rbis. O. Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
" Corn and Rye domestic "
" Holland Anchor GIN.
" American Hope "
" Pinet and Rochelle BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
" Sweet Malaga Wino.
" Cherry and Mad' Ira Wine.
" Oatal?gnia Claret Wino.
" Staughton Bitters.
Boxes Bolter's and Krauter Bitters.
" Curacoa and Annisecd Cordial,
" Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
With a general stock of GENUINE LI?
QUORS, worthy attention of purchasers, at
fair prices. Call and examino tho shore
stock before purchasing elsewhere, ss
great inducements will be offered.
A. L. SOLOMON",
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street.