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COI UMBI A.
Friday Morning, February 15, 1867.
Stevens Successful in tile House.
Telegraphic despatches, yesterday
morning, gavo us tho intelligence
that the bill of Stevens passed the
House of Representatives on Wednes?
day, thc vote standing 109 to 55.
Thia vote, should the bili pass the
Senate and the President veto it,
would just pass it over the veto.
But we cannot think that two
thirds of the latter body could pass
such a measure. As we understand
it, tho bill \? ulch has passed the House
is Mr. Williams' bill, although re?
ported by Mr. Stevens. It was in?
troduced on thc 4th inst., and a brief
notice of its provisions, received by
telegraph, was published in our paper
of the 5th inst. As a matter of inte?
rest to our readers, wo present a fuller
summary oE the provisions of this
The preamble declares that in the
ten late so-qplled Confederate States,
the State Governments were set up
without the sanction of the people,
and that they do not afford aderptate
protection for life and property, hut
encourago lawlessness and crime.
Then follow tho sections of the bill.
The first section merely divides the
late so-called States into five military
districts, tho second of which em?
braces North and South Carolina.
The second scetiou authorizes the
General of tue army to appoint com?
manding officers for said districts,
not below the rank of Brigadier
The third and fourth sections be?
ing the most important to our people,
should they ever unfortunately bc
governed according to their provi?
sions,- we give in full:
"SEC. 3. And be it furtlcer enacted,
That it shall be the duty of each of?
ficer assigned as aforesaid to protect
all persons in their rights of person
and property, to suppress insurrec?
tion, disorder and violence, and to
punish, or cause to be punished, all
disturbers of the public peace, and
criminals; and to this end he may
allow civil tribunals to take jurisdic?
tion of and to try offenders, or when,
in his judgment, it may be necessary
for the trial of offenders, he shall
have power to organize military com?
missions or tribunals for that pur?
pose, anything in the Constitution
and laws of the so-called States to the
contrary notwithstanding; and all
legislative aud judicial proceedings
or processes to prevent or control
tho proceedings of said military tri?
bunals, and all interference by said
pretended State Governments with
tho exercise of military authority
under this Act, shall he void and of
"SEC. 4 And be il farther enacted,
That tue courts and judicial officers
of the United States shall not issue
writs of habeas corpus in behalf of
persons in military custody, unless
some commissioner or person ou duty
in the district wherein the person is
detained shall endorse upon said pe?
tition a statement, certifying, upon
honor, that ho has knowledge or in?
formation as to the cause and circum?
stances of the alleged detention, and
that he believes the same to be wrong?
ful; and further, that he believes
that tho endorsed petition is preferred
in good faith and in furtherance of
justice, and noi to hinder or delay
tho punishment cf crime. Ail persons
put under military arrest by virtue of
this Act shall be tried without unne?
cessary delay, and nocruel or unusual
punishment shall be inflicted."
The fifth section provides that nog
sentence of any military commission"
or tribunal authority, which affects
life or liberty, shall be executed,
without the approval of the com?
mander of the district.
Such is the substance of the bill
which is design - 1 to abolish the civil
power of the existing State Govern- |
monts of the South, and to institute
once more military commissions
among our people. It is furthermore
stated, (but not, wo admit, by very
reliable authority, being a despatch
to Forney's Press, J that this bill is
approved ol' by all the military com?
manders, from Gen. Grant down,
especially those who have command
of departments, such as Thomas, She?
ridan, Sickles, Ord and others.
Although this bill has passed one
house of Congress, yet, before it passes
tho other, wp have some hope that the
opposition which may be brought to
bear agaiast it by the mass of the
people of the North may prevent its
being concurred in by that body. If,
however, it should be adopted by thc
Senate, it will, undoubtedly, be ve?
toed by the President, even if on no
other ground than that tho Supremo'
Court has1 already declared military
commissions and tribunals unconsti?
tutional. Nor does tho fourth sec
tion, forbidding the judges of the
United States to issue writs of habeas
.corpus except under regulations spe?
cified, mend the matter, for such a
prohibition is manifestly as unconsti?
tutional as the military tribunals.
How this law, if prcnouApd uncon?
stitutional by the CourtjJRiu be car?
ried into effect, if we h?ve a Presi?
dent who will maintain the Constitu?
tion, wu cannot understand. Wo
must, therefore, await the progress ot
events, which is not very slow at
WHAT IS MR. PEAJUODY WORTII?
Au exchange says this question has
been frequently asked, and is a na?
tural one. It is stated that, in 185G,
Mr. Peabody made a will, which de?
monstrated that he was then worth
about fifi y million pounds sterling.'
We presume, from the liberal manner
in which he scatters his charities, that
he has not grown any poorer since.
If he Lad not transacted any business
since that time, the simple interest on
such au enormous sum would have
largely increased his wealth; but the
fact is, he has over since been one of
thc largest, most active and cautious
bankers in the world. Hence, his
present wealth must exceed one hun?
dred million ff pounds sterling! This
is a sillier little sum for a rain v dav.
THE NEW COLORED DEPARTMENT
CLERK.-Our ^despatches, yesterday
morning, stilted that a colored man
had been appointed a clerk in the
Treasury Department. A despatch
to the New York Herald says that his
name is Solomon Johnson, and that
he was formerly Mr. Lincoln's bar?
ber. Ile is to be employed in thc
Secretary's own office. We therefore
doubt his clerk-shij}-he may fill
some position moro adapted to his
OprosED TO IT. -A special despatch
to the New York Times says that it is
understood that the members of the
Cabinet are unanimously opposed to
thc military government bill for the
We are informed by our Charleston
exchanges that Gov. Orr, Judge Bry?
an and Gen. Scott were to address
tho freedmen of that city on Thurs?
day evening, 14th inst.
Goon ADVICE.-Tho Abbeville Ban?
ner says :
Saturday next is return day for
this District. At this time of univer?
sal embarrassment and trouble, it is
hoped that much of the spirit of
generous forbearannce will be ex?
hibited by creditors, and that only
in cases of absolute necessity will re?
course be had to the law for collec?
tion of debts. Give the debtor all
possible time and opportunity in
which to meet his engagements, and
have a tender regard for the widow
and lier orphans. Such a coarse will
tend, in no small degree, to litigate
the suffering so prevalent through?
out the country.
THE SAMAXOA EXPEDITION-.-The
New York Journal of Commerce has
the following paragraph in relation
to the recent mission of Mr. Fred.
"It is alittlesingnlarthat, although
tho 'Secret Seward Mission' returned
to Fortress Moni'oe last Mouday
morning, the public io uoLycL favor?
ed with information as to results. If
the mission was a failure, or was at?
tended by any special misadventure,
let us know the worst. Something has
been said about $1,000,000 in con?
nection with the enterprise. Curiosity
is excited to know what has become
of this trifl'?."
CHER AM" AND COALFIELDS RAIL?
ROAD.-It will be seen by the follow?
ing extract from tho proceedings of
tho North Carolina Legislature that
there is a fair prospect of the speedy
passage of the bill for tho relief of
the above railroad:
A bill to exchange a certain amount
of stock in the North Carolina Rail?
road with the Cheraw and Coalfields
Railroad Company, and for other pur?
pose*, was taken up on' motion of
Mr. Dargan, who tnei addressed the
House, urging its pass ige. This bill
passed its second reading.
Tho following items we take from
the Charleston Mercwy:
On Tuesday evening, the bodies of
two infants were found in a box on
State street. The bodies' were in
such condition that it could not be
ascertained whether they were those
of white <>r colored children.
Tho Norwegian bark Gladstone,
with the chime of bells for St. Mi?
chael's steeple, has arrived off the
There are said to be 50,000 mem?
bers of tho (?-rand Army of the Re?
public in Ohio. Tlie State Conven?
tion met, on . Thursday last, in
President Johnson will visit Boston
bu tho 24th of next June, to assist
in the dedication of the new Masonic
The Charleston Mercury, in no?
ticing tho movements now being
rua<?e in Georgia for the establish?
ment of a lino of steamers to ply be?
tween Brunswick, in that State, ami
Europe, has the following remarks,
which should receive due considera?
tion by the people of our State:
South Carolina cannot, perhaps, as
a State, undertake to purchase line
of steamers to run between this port
and Liverpool; but it would be well
for thc stockholders of the South
Carolina and North-eastern Railroads
to consider whether it would not be
to their interest to run a line of Eu?
ropean steamers in connection with
their roads. Surely our merchants
would bc willing to pledge their
freight to the direct line, at fair
rates; anil, with this pledge and thc
certainty that there could be a per?
fect harmony of interest between the
railroads and steamships, some por?
tion of the captail required could be
obtained in Liverpool.
It may, perhaps, be said that we
are advocating a scheme the advan?
tages of which every one will ac?
knowledge, but. which cannot be car?
ried ont, on account of the smallness
of our pecuniary resources. Of
course, we know perfectly well that,
had there been no war, we should
have had, long since, a regular direct
line of steamships to Europe; and
we know also that, had not the bill
granting a charter to the Bank of
South Carolina been vetoed by the
Governor, we should have had more I
capital with which to operate; but
the very desperate character of orn?
ease but more urgently demands au
apparently desperate remedy. Our i
credit is unsullied, and we must not
hesitate to borrow, when it can be
shown that tho borrowed capital will
enable us to relieve ourselves from
our difficulties, and place our entire
State in a sound financial condition.
We have all the material, all the ele?
ments of prosperity, but we need
money; and, second only in impor?
tance to giving our planters thc
means to raise large crops ef our j
staple, is the necessity of insuring
ourselves a mode of conveying our
products to the best market, and ob?
taining in return the labor and ma?
nufactured goods that we need.
Let there be some agitation upon
this subject of direct trade: at pre?
sent, the stream is unbroken by a
ripple. Let our Chamber of Com?
merce-our merchants, generally and
individually-our railroad men and
our journalists, talk, ponder and dis?
cuss. There is a way to establish
this direct trade; and, if our people
will put themselves to it with all
their will and strength, the coming
of another cotton crop will find us
provided with powerful steamers,
suited to our trade and depth of
water, which will take up our cotton
at this cit}' and land it without dete?
rioration upon the quays at Liver?
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SOUTHERN REUBT IN NEW YORE..
The New York correspondent of the
Philadelphia Ledger .says:
The Southern Relief (Executive)
Committee had another meeting this
if ter noon, at the office of Brown,
Brothers & Co. They report the
subscriptions thus far to be a trine
iver ?20,000. This is miserably slow
work, seeing that nearly a fortnight
lias passed siuce the great meeting at
the Cooper institute, where so much
was promised. It is not so much as
one week's performance of the Black
Crook produces at Niblo's Theatre.
Aaxl this, notwithstanding the fact
that the wail of starvation comes up
to us every day with moro and more
Foi'ce, from Georgia, the Carolinas
and the Golf States. Kew York, in
this business, is doing itself no cre
iit. While George Peabody is giving
Iiis millions, our rich men are hig
?liug over hundreds.
An effort was made a few days since
to induce the churches of all denomi?
nations to set apart the collections on
some particular Sunday for the relief
fund, but thus far it has not been
successful. In New York and Brook?
lyn, wc have some 300 places of pub?
lic -worship, and, if these could be
prevailed upon to act in concert for
just once, $250,000 might be raised,
im proper appeals to their respective
congregations, "with but compara?
tively little trouble. Differ as de?
nominations and sects do, they can
igree, at least, upon the exercise of
the "most excellent gift of charity *'
DE/ nt FROM HYDROPHOBIA.-On
^on lay, Daniel Gallhager died, in
Philadelphia, from the effects of hy?
drophobia. It appears that deceased,
some days ago, picked up a small dog
?vhich followed him in the street,
ind took the animal to his homo.
Mr. Gallhager undertook to open the
aws of the dog to ascertain his age,
vii eu he was bitten in the thumb. No?
shing more was thought of the matter,
md he continued at his work until
Friday evening last, when symptoms
)f hydrophobia appeared. Medical aid
vas summoned, but it was without
ivail. Tho paroxysms became very
?evere, and the sufferer had to be
ied to bia bed. He di"d in great
kgony. _ _
Bishop O'Reagan, formerly of the
Miicago Diocese, who died lately at
3rnmpton, England, left a consider?
able property by will--SlO,000 to
vard educating priests for Illinois,
52,500 for * hospital at Chicago, and
everal similar bequests for Ireland.
LOYAL HUMBUGS.-The New York
World, referring to the "loyal" meet?
ing lately held at Moulton, Alabama,
It is natural enough, perhaps, that
Northern radicals should exclude
from seats in Congress Representa?
tives from the Southern States, who
are known to bo truly loyal men; but
we protest against the constant pre?
sentation, as the genuine and only
"loyal" men of the South, of the few
adventurers like Hahn, and Hamil?
ton, and Nick Davis, whose record as
original dyed-in-the-wool rebels is
fairly rotten. It is almost as much of
an insult to loyalty and patriotism
and real Union sentiment, at the
North as well as at the South, to pa?
rade these old rebels and secession?
ists as thc- buna fide "loyal" men of
the South, as it is a positive outrage
upon common sense for Massachu?
setts disnnionists, like Wilson and
Sumner, to call themselves "Union
-~ . ? ? - -
A Washington letter says:
' The radical leaders, in private
conversation, do not hesitate to ex?
press their contempt for men of
Southern birth who are hanging to
their .skirts for place and plunder. I
hoard a very prominent one, the
other day, affirm, with an oath not
quite proper to he repeated to "ears
polite,' that ne would sooner touch
pitch than the hand of Rond, your
recreant judge. The compliment
was paid in the way of assigr.ingrrea
sons for refusing to bo introduced to
the 'judge* upon his recent visit
hore. 'It is one of the most offen?
sive necessities of party,' said tin;
sam?.' gentleman, 'that men capable
of betraying their section, their fel?
low-townsmen, their neighbors, their j
very flesh and blood, for more of
fice and its emoluments, .should. Io !
advance patty ends, bo permitted to
contaminate tho society of gentle?
The negro in Tennessee has been
enfranchised with this privilego of
voting for white radicals. The Le?
gislature should not leave its work I
unfinished. They should keep right
straight on until they place their
colored friend in the condition that
they may vote for him. The privi?
lege of voting without the privilege
of being voted for occasionally won't
Parents who give their children to
understand that they are a burden to
them, need not be surprised, should
they one day be given to understand
that they are a burden to their chil?
The Paris newspapers announce
the arrival in that city of a wealthy
American family, Mr. and Mrs. R-,
with the modest income of $600,000.
Miss Major Pauline Cushman,
known during the war as the female
spy of the Cumberland, will shortly
re-appear upon tho stage.
Ralzac declares no woman can love
with an absorbing devotion until she
is forty years old.
It did not speak well for the 'Roast
Reef of Old England," that the
stakes for the Henrietta was taken off
A cemetery near Pittsburg is ad?
vertised as "a beautiful summer re?
TWO MARRIAGES, bv autiior of "John
Idalia, by the author of "Strathmore."
Tho Song Without Words, by Cotta Fa?
Draytons and Davenants, by tho same.
The Giraffe Hunters, hy Mayne Reid.
Tho Merchant of Berlin, by author of
Joseph II and His Court and Frederick the
Great, and Court.
In-door Sports for hovs and Girls.
The Finger-Post to Public Business, con?
taining the modes of forming societies,
clubs, Ac, rules of debate, Ac.
Goulbourn on Holy Communion,
And other now publications, for sale at
Opposite Lawyers' ltafcge, Columbia.
Feb 15 lt. L. BRYAN.
COTTON YA8\' FOR SALE.
APITA' to FISHER & LOWRANCE, Co?
lumbia, or to the Carroll Cotton Mills,
Greenville. Terms cash on delivory.
RECEIVED per Steamers '-Carrol,"
"Sea-Gull" and "Lula:"
3,000 bus's prime White Maryland CORN.
50 bbls. IRISH [Seed] POTATOES.
500 bushels BRAN.
Feb 15 BROWN P. .V SCI HUMER.
PER Schooner Carpenter:
2.000 bushels prime WHITE and YEL?
Am ??? 1 o i* e 9
100 bids. EXTRA and SUPER. FAMILY
FL')UR. For sale low bv
Feb 15 BROWNE A SCHTRWER.
THIS inimitable Corps of Amateur Per?
formers wdl make t!u-r SECOND AP?
PEARANCE, at .J.ii,ie v's Had, THIS
[Friday] EVENING, February 15, 18C7,
with an entire new programme, and wah
t ie addition of several nov hies nevtr
before produced for a Coln rn I audience.
fiCS. Admission 50 cents. No half tickets.
Feb 15 .
HOUSE TO RENT.
A PLEASANT and ci IMFORTABLE
1*5? HOUSE to rent. For particulars, in
J?aLquiro at J. SULZBACHER & CO.'S.
TBILBI PEAS 2
ONE HUNDRED bushels COW TEAS;
for sale by
Feb 14 FISH ER A LOWRANCE.
Reduction in Prices!
In want of
Of any kind.
CARD, HANDBILL OR PAMPHLET,
Are invited to cai! at tho
IN PRICE AND STYLE.
TTTTANTED, a respectable white person,
VV to take charge of a farm near the
city, with dwelling and every necessary
accommodation .1 cretin. To one who can
furnish satisfactory references, a liberal
offer will be made. Apply at this office.
OX thc street vcstcYdav, (Tuesday, 12lh
February.) a pair of GOLD SPEC?
TACLES. The limier will be rewarded, if
required, upon his delivering them ?it this
office. Feb 13
"VT? MORE CREDIT. Wc will sell for
i> GASH ONLY, at the lowest possible
rates. JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
AFRESH SUPPLY just received and
for sale at WHOLESALE and un
DRAUGHT, for cas h onlv.
Feb 13 .1 MIN C. S*E EG Ells ft CO.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
BARRELS EXTRA and SUPERIOR
??.J FLOUR, onlv for cash.
Feb 13 j. C. SEEGERS ft CO.
?) TIERCES FRESH BEAT WHOLE
M RICE, for cash onlv.
Feb 13 J. C." SEEGERS ft CO.
Real Meerschaum Pipes,
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH.
JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
To all whom it may Concern.
IRESPECTFULLY ask of all persons
indebted to me by boob account or
notes, to call and adjust the same without
delay, and eave cost.
Feb 10 10? T. W. RADCLIFFE.
BLE?SB & DUS,
, Practical Mechanics,
HAVING hat? long experience in
the TIN and STOVE BUSINESS,
i offer their services to the people of
.Columbia and surrounding country.
JOB WORK entrusted to their care will
bo executed with neatness and despatch.
HOOFING and GUTTERING done by
them will bc warranted to give full satis?
Washington Street, Columbia, S. C.
JOHN H. HEISE,
O o ii ?'o ettioner*^
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
("BANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
J as can be laid down here from the
North. <Sf* Comer of Plain and Marion
streets. Feb 3
JUST RECEIVED, 30 bales primo North?
ern Hay. For sale low. Apply to
LEVIN ft MIKELL,
Feb 3 Washington street.
JUST RECEIVED. 5 barrels SUPERIOR
CREAM ALE. For salo low. Applv
to LEVIN ft MIKELL, "
Feb 3 Washington street.
Scales, Scales, Scales.
JUST received, a supply of TEW SCALES,
Counter Scales ami small Platform
Scales, which will be soldat vervlow prioe j
bv J. ft T. R. AGNE W.
TEN FIRKINS choice GOSHEN BUT?
TER, just received and for sale low by
F.ib 9 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
pr rv BRLS. riNK-EYE PLANTING PO
t)U TATOES, just received and for sale
by J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
CHEESE! CHEESE! !
BOXES choice CUTTING" CHEESE,
just received bv
_Feb 9_ J. ft T. li. AGNEW.
-. A LARGE and COMPLETE ASSORT
: MENT of Silk. Grass. Flax and Cotton
g Lines. Also, 25,000 Genuine Limerick,
fcyKirby and Virginia HOOKS; Limerick
Jlooks on Gut; Cork Floats, Trout-Spin
Jjners and Flv-Spoons, Artificial Bait,
^Fishing Bods", Multiplying Reels. Just
received at E. POLLARD'S.
Feb 1 fm24
I?UVE HUNDRED doze!) papers of
' FRESH SEED, just received. At
wholesale and retail. E. POLLARD.
_Feb 1 flS
CLARK & PEETE,
HOUSE, SIGN and ORNAMEN
?gS?&SaTAL PAINTERS, Graining, Marb
^^255?Jling, Gilding, Glazing and Kal
soming. Paper Hanging executed
in tho best manner on the shortest notice,
shop on Assembly street, ila** duor to
John Stork, between Was'.nrgton and
Lady streets. Country orders promptly
attended to. >/? .; ; Jar. 80 3moi
' W. W. CLARKE. ' WM. P?SETE.
We would advise all who aro in want of
pure sogars and wines, to attend A. I!.
Phillips1 sale, this morning. Sec adver?
COLUMBIA VARIETIES. -This company will
perform at .Tanney's Hall this evening.
Thc weather is pleasant, so go and sec tho
Ona 1?EA01NO ItoOM.-Our friends are
invited to visit the Phoenix reading room,
where they will find on file papers and
periodicals from every section of the Union.
The building is open day and night.
FIVE CENTS.- Thc price of single copies
of th" Phoenix is Jive rents, and purchasers
are rerpiested to pay no more- for them- -as
they are furnished to the news-boys at a
rate sufficiently low to warrant their being
sold at that price.
MASONIC JEWELS.-The delegation ap?
pointed by the Masonic fraternity of Wash?
ington City to present a sot of jewels to
the Masons of Columbia, arrived in our
city on yesterday, bast night, the jewels
were presented, an i it is stated that it was
a magnificent gift. The following are the
names of thc delegation: J. P. Hamlin,
J. F. Geduey, Charles Stewart, Henry
birch, M. I.. Morril, G. W. Goodall, M. .7.
The City Council of Charleston have ap?
propriated $300 for tin- purpose of extend?
ing a welcome to the delegation from the
New York Fire Department, en route to our
city with a hose-carriage for thc Independ?
ent Fire Company. Weare informed that
the delegation will conn.' over thc land
route, and the carriage by steamer, in
which event the Charlestonians will bc de?
prived of their anticipated pleasure. A
movement is on foot in our city to give
them a grand reception.
HABEAS CORPUS.-John A. D - Van.-, who
is charged with tho homicide of Charles E
Bennett, on Tuesday last, was brought be?
fore ins Honor Judge tireen, yesterday, on
a writ of habeas connus. After hearing
several affidavits and thc report of tho
coroner, he was admitted to ban with suf?
ficient surety in the sum of ?5,000, for his
appearance at tho next term of the Court
of General Sessions for this District. The
prisoner was represented by E. J. Arthur,
Esq., and Colonel Samuel W. Melton. John
T. Rhett. Esq., for the State.
SUNDAY SHAVTMO.-We notice that a
judge, in one of the courts of Wisconsin,
recently decided, on an appeal of a barber
lined for shaving on the Sabbath, that it
was a work of necessity, and not Sabbath
We think this a proper decision. There
are numbera of working people, and others
engaged in business, who cannot get
shaved on Saturday evening, for want of
time, and, even if they had the time, the
barber shops are so crowded then that
many would be excluded. We think it
would be a great convenience, if the shops
in our city would keep open, as formerly,
until 10 o'clock a. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENT? . -Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
are published this morning for the first
Browne A Schirmcr-Corn, Flour, etc.
Fisher & Lowrance-Cotton Yarn.
Sam. Green-Attachment Sale.
A. R. Phillips-Auction Sale,
ii. L. Bryan-New ^ooks.
SAVE YOUR LAHOR IN THE KITCHEN. - Any
article which will economize labor in the
kitchen department, is worthy of praise
and profit. Colgate's Laundry Soap is
made of ingredients particularly cleans?
ing, and is put up in convenient packages
for laundry use.
Two Plantations to Rent.
THE two PLANTATIONS of the late
Major James O'Hanlon, known as the
"Log Castle Place" and the "Singleton
Plantation," ?'? ie rent foi iii? present
year-1807. There are now on the two
places about 25 or 30 hands, who will eider
into a contract and work well. The two
places can bo taken together or separately.
Apply to S. L. JONES,
Or D:;. D. Vi. RAY,
Feb 14_3* _ Executors.g?
Garden Seeds !
Landreth's-Crop of 1868.
IT is enough to say they are LAN?
DRETH'S-of which there can b* no
mistake-fieah, genuine and of every va?
riety. For sale by EDWARD SILL,
Feb 14 3 Washington street. _
"GET THE BEST!"
AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, at tho
COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE, n-ar
Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots,
Columbia, S. C.
A. R. COLTON. Proprietor.
?-Parties wishing the UNIVERSAL
COTTON GINS and CONDENSERS for
next season, will do well to send in their
orders at once, to avoid delay.
Feb 14 Dno...
Kew Orleans Molasses.
"VTEW CROP New Orleans Molass -, by
JM Jan is FISHER A BOWRAN* E.
Teas ! Teas ! !
A T VERY HIGH PRICES.
The very nest that can be had. Just rc
ceivedby' FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Jan 12_._ .
erABB,jR- PLANTING IRISH POTA,
P M f TOES, iu fine order. For sale by
Jan 25 E. ft G. 1). HOPE.
HT^N kegs choice MOUNTAIN BUTTER,
J. .or ?ale low. E. A G. D. HOPE.