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WASHINGTON, December 4L-The
BBQif?oatioa of the fouiteenth article
ol the Constitution by Nebraska vas
Sresented. A memorial from some
lentuoky soldiers, relative to the
alleged dislr^alty of Kentucky State
officers, was presented. Drake offered
a conourrent resolution, that the
President had transcended his consti?
tutional powers in the language of
his message referring to reconstruc?
tion. The language used was deroga?
tory to the dignity Of Congress, and
a usurpation of their rights and pri?
vileges. It lies over. A motion to
print extra copies of the President's
message elicited a debate, ventilating
the views of several Senators. The
question of printing the message was
postponed. A bill amending recon?
struction so as to require only ?
majority of the votes cast to call a
Convention was referred to the Judi
?Mfirv Com mitt?? A 'bill ^SSSed,
declaring five members of the Su?
preme Court a quorum. A bill pledg?
ing coin payments of bonds was dis?
cussed, and, after executive session,
In the House, the Secretary of tho
Treasury "called for the report of the
amount of Government funds depo?
sited with national banks. A bill for
the better protection of American
citizens abroad was referred. The
bill repealing the cotton tax was re?
sumed. An amendment reducing the
tax to one cent per pound was lost
An amendment that the Court of
Claims shall have no jurisdiction
over clainiB for cotton tax, either
collected or to be collecte.., and the
bill as it came from the Committee,
were passed, without amendment
nays 20. The bill simply abolishes
the tax, commencing with next year's
crop, but continues it on the present
LONDON, December -4.-Details
from Ceylon state that at Calcutta
the loss of life and. property is fear
fal. 1,000 persons perished, and
80,000 habitations were destroyed in
Internal revenue receipts, to-day,
It is reported that the State Con?
ventions have been carried in all the
States except South Carolina, where
the short time and few voting places
RICHMOND, December 4.-This af?
ternoon, the Convention only ap?
pointed a Committee on Rules and
Elections. ' Judge Underwood was
TO^omunw;? D?CCmbCT ~ ' J. M.
Cavanaugh's bill, allowing territorial
delegates fall representation rights in
Congress, has created a stir. Cava
naugb, who is a delegate from Mon?
tana, claims that he represents 65,000
Ssrsons, paying $124,000 revenue,
e contends that his constituents are
entitled to something more than a
voiceless seat in the house.
EARTHQUAKE AND ERUPTION.-A
special despatch to the New York
Herald, dated Kingston, Jamaica, No?
vember 28, reports violent shocks of
earthquake have been experienced at
St Thomas, St. Croix, Tortola,
Peter's Island and Little Saba.
The shooks occurred within tho
period from two o'clock in the after?
noon of the 18th to the 19th ultimo.
Many lives and vessels have been
There was also a volcanic emption.
The sea was raised fifty feet over the
land, and in its retrocession swept off
the populace, with immense losses of
human Ufo and merchandize.
MOST HORRID AFFAIR.-On Mon?
day night last, thc dwelling house of
Mr. C. D. Wallace, one of our oldest
and most respected citizens, at
Gopher Hill, at eleven o'clock, was
foaud to be completely in flames.
When the neighbors attracted, ar?
rived, the house, which was a large
one, was so completely envoloped
that nothing could be done to stay
tho flames. Mr. Wallace resided
alone, and was known to be at home,
as he was seen by some of his neigh?
bors, and heard calling his dogs after
dark by others, but whether in the
house or not could not be determined
until next day, when his remains
were found almost entirely consumed.
From every circumstance, suspicion
of foul play was aroused.
Tho following is tho finding of tho
jury of inquest: "That the deceased,
C. D. Wallace, was felonously killed
by James Flynn nnd John Ii. Lang?
ley, by means unknown to the jury,
or by being burned in his dwelling
house."-Cheraio Advertiser, 30(7t ult.
A New York lotter describes that
city as "a herculean, oblong, muni?
cipal bladder, stuffed with feverish
sensuality, nervous energy, crab-eyed
shrewdness, spasmodic fits of piety
and paralytic strokes of abstraction.
A man was half murdered by a
negro family in Newburg, for upset?
ting a pail of beer. It came near
proving his bier.
Gen. Howard has come to the con?
clusion that the Bureau is a useless
piece of furniture. Send it to the
A prisoner, who had received no?
tice that he was to dio the next morn?
ing, was asked by some of his unfor?
tunate companions to share their
repast with thom. He answered: "I
never eat anything that I expoet will
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
COLUMBIA, December 4.-Bales of
cotton to-day 80 bales-middling 18>?
NEW YORK, December 4-Noon.
Floor a shade firmer. Corn un?
changed. Pork drooping, at 21.12).<.
Lard dull, at 12>??13. Cotton
steady, at 15%. :
7 P. M.-Cotton activo and Armor;
salea 4,000 balee, at 18. Flour active
and advanced 10@15c.-State 7.85(a)
10; Southern firstname.lastname@example.org, Wheat
active and advanced 2@3c.-amber
State 2.85. Cora easier and active,
at email@example.comK. Meas pork 27.50.
NEW ORLEANS, December 4.-Cot?
ton market stiff; sales 5,300 bales
middling 15)?. Flour very dull
superfine 8.75; choice extra 14. Corn
dull and unchanged-mixed l.OSi
1.10; white 1.10. Pork quiet, at 2
Bacon dull-jobbing at 11@11>? for
shoulders; 15(3)15 }? for clear Rides.
Lard-prime tierces 18. Cold 37.
SAVANNAH, December 4~>-Cotton
opened steady, and closed with good
demand-middling 15; sales 1,218
MOBILE, December 4.-Cotton in
good general de ru and; market closed
steady-middling 2?@14>?; sales
CINCINNATI, December 4.-Flour
advancing. Corn firmer-new ear
80. Old mess pork 21 ; new firstname.lastname@example.org.
LONDON, December 4-Evening.
Consols 93^. Bonds 71%.
LIVERPOOL, December 4-Evening.
Cotton closed firm and more doing:
sales 12,000 bales-uplands 7}&\ Or?
.AUGUSTA, December 4.-Cotton
market firmer and more active; sales
990 bales-middling 14>?.
LIVERPOOL, December 4-3 P. M.
Cotton firm-uplands 7%\ Orleans
CHARLESTON, December 4.-Cotton
active-opened steady -but closed
firmer-sales 1,200 bales; middling
115K; receipts 1,200.
CHARLESTON, December 4.-Sailed
-steamer Charleston, New York;
schooner Maggie McNeill, New Or
BALTIMORE, December 4.-Cotton
quiet, at 15@15>8. Prime to choice
red wheat 2.50(3$. 60. Corn active,
at 1.14@1,15; old yellow email@example.com;
mixed Western 1.15(^1.16. Oat? 71.
Rye dull, at 50X3)60. Bulk ribbed
sides 10;.;. Mess pork 22.25.
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WE do not believe in nurhing stock.
It must sud shall be sold. (Jail and
see for yourselves, at
J. SULZB?CHER& CO.'S,
Opposite Fisher A Lowrance's,
Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
We have on hand a large and well se?
lected stock of
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS,
Hosiery, Hals, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Hf. I Stn
ftHERO SS USUSl t
Fall and Winter
NOW IN STORE.
SLITS FROM $7.50 TO SOO.
AFULL LINE OF
Now Stylo TATER and LINEN COLLARS.
A splondid lino of FRENCH r.nd ENG?
LISH CASSIMERE. which will be made to
ordor in ino LATEST STYLES and at LOW
Everything that is now in tho way of
N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly aU of
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Sept 20 MAIN STREET.
St. James Hotel,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. GORRERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich
JW Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotel. July 8 Gmo
To Farruera and Flautera.
WE OFFER for eale'the following Fer?
tilizers of tho Lodi Manufacturing
Doable Reflnod POUDRETTE, prepared
from night soil of New York city, at Mew
York price?, $25 per ton of 2,000 pouadr,
freight added. Aloo.
NITRO-PHOSPH ATE of LIME, eqnal in
every rcapeet to Peruvian Guano, made
from floured bone duet and night ?oil. su?
perior and far cheaper than any Phosphate
in market, at $65 per ton, in Charleston.
A fair trial, however small, is" respectfully
solicited. J. H. EN BLOW A CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
Read tho following testimonials:
At Home, near Marietta, Qa., Oct. 16.
A. J. Roberts A Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen: I am voil pleased with the
result of the uso of the ''Double Refined
Poudrette" on my crops. I tried it on both
corn and cotton, and am satisfied wherever
it wea applied the yield waa more than
double what it would havo been without it.
I regret exceedingly my not naing it moro
extensively the present year, but will try
to makeup my foss by purchasing a larger
quantity next spring. I regard it as the
cheapest, most reliable, and easiest man>
aged fertilizer within my knowledge, and
uu?eriuiiy recommend it ?as 1 havo tried it
thoroughly) to tho fanners of this section,
and particularly to those planting cotton,
from the fact of ita causing it to mature
from ten days to two weeks earlier than it
would without tho nae of the Poudretio. I
also used it on my garden, and found it of
muoh benefit to all kinds of plants. Very
respectfully, Ac. G. 8. OGLESBY.
Extract from a lotter received from Prof.
Martin, of Hampdou. Sidney College,
Va., dated July 1,18G7:
The Double Refined Toudrette is operat?
ing like a charm on my crop, and attract?
ing universal Attention from all beholders.
I am already satisfied that it is the cheap?
est and surest renovator of our worn-out
High Slioals, Ga., October 4,18G7.
Janies R. Dev, Esq.
Sir: Tho Double Refined Poudrette I
bought for two other parties in connection
with myself-ono of them used it on cotton
and corn, and thinks it answered finely;
tho other put it on cotton, on very poor
ground, and thinks it doubled his crop. I
used it on corn. It answered finely, and
was thought by the hand that cultivated
tho crop to bo fully equal to Rhode's Super
Phosphate. I also used it on about an
acre of cotton, and I am cloarly of opinion
that it ia tho best and cheapest fertilizer
in uso, and I expect to order several tons
thia winter. Yours, very respectfully,
EllavUle, ScMey Co., Ga , Oct. 4,1867.
The Double Refined Poudretto, pur*
chased of you last spring, I think, in?
creased my crop of cotton 150 pounds per
acre; nut it upon worn-out pine land, at
tho rate of 200 pounds per acre, drilled in
with cotton seed. Yours, Ac,
Salisbury, JV. C., August 10, 1867.
James R. Dey, Esq.
Dear Sir: I eau safely say that your
Double Refined Poudrette is far superior
to any other fertilizer for cotton; for 1 havo
given it a fair trial this season. Yours,
JEHU FOSTER, Jn.
Savannah, Ga., Septemljer 25, 18G7.
James IL Dev, Esq., President.
- Dear Sir: I used the Double Refined I
Poudrette, bought of you last opriug, ou
corn. I think it increased the yield one
half. I consider it an excellent manure
Respectfully, T. HOLCOMBE.
Ridgeway, S. C. , September 21, 1867.
Mr. James B. Dey.
Sir: I applied tho Double Relined Pou?
drette by itself, and in combination with
other fertilizers, on cotton, and am pleased
with it; so much so that it is my present
intention to purchase a larger supply of
you the next year to apply to my cotton
crop. Yours very respectfully,
HENRY C. DAVT8.
Rocky Mount, E<lgecomb Co., N. C. Nov 13,
James R. Dey. Esq.
Sir: In reply to your inquiry of the re?
sults of our experience in the use of your
improved Poudrette-purchaaed of you for
this year's cotton crop-wo would beg leave
to say that tho present season haa been
one quite unfavorable to thc action of all
Several kinds of manures woro used by
us, with the exception of your Poudrette,
with little or no effect to the crop.
Where the Poudrette was used, it gare
ua near half a bale moro per aero, and
cauBod the cotton to open much earlier;
and wo would, therefore, recommend the
same as a concentrated manure for the
growth of cotton, as well as improvement
to tho soil. Yours, very respect full v,
HENRY P. 8TULT8 A BRO.
Address for further particulars,
LODI MANUFACTURING CO.,
Nov 14 3mo 66 Cortland Street, N. Y.
Bo.;a^ IfSiffl? Hf?!?
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ag g I .Bibil g? its
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GWYNN, COTTEN & CO,,
Cotton Factors and General Com'n Merchants
105 West Lombard slreei, Da}timorf.
LIBERAL advances mado on consign?
ments. Orders for general merchan?
Henry Gwvnn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot
ten, late of tarboro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn
Jr., of South Carolina. Oct ll ||?3mo
BOXE8 and BARRELS Assorted
fjVJ ?BACKERS, fresh ?nd nico.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at rea?
Nov 20 GEORGE SYMMER8.
QQ BUNDLES Cotton IRON BANDS, of
tm\%J the incomparable Arrow Tie, for
sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Just Received and For Bale,
Ck BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pounds
P to the yard,
10 coils GREENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash,
bv^ E. A G. D. HOPE.
Helnltsh'a Crimson Tetter Wash,
for Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples. Worm
Spoin, Ruuguuess ot the Skin-a cure for
Tetter and Ringworm.
Orders to Sell!
*r\f\ BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
O VJ 10 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
00 boxes Low Fricod 8egars.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 balea Colton Yunis.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
What is this Medicine, called "Hei
nitsh's Queen's Delight?"
IT is a valuable compound of Roots and
Gums, discovered and prepared on
pharmaceutical principles by a practical
chemist. It is found, upon trial of more
than 2,000 cases, to be the only suro blood
purifier, and will cure all those invetorato
and stubborn diseases which arise from
impurity of the blood; and whilst it does
thia, it exerts a powerful influence over
the whole svstem, invigorating and restor?
ing the weak and crippled organs of tho
bodv to healthy action. Nov 2 6mo
SEED RYE '. SEED RYE !
BUSHELS SEED RYE for sale. By
Nov 3 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Beauty ?nd health are more to be
prized than the wealth of the Indies.
Without health, what are all the posses?
sions of world to you with a diseased body
and mind. You cannot enjoy them, and it
fives you pain not to realizo them. Uso
he Quoen'a PgUght and bo restored.
LEMONS ! LEMONS !
JUST received, at wholesalo and retail.
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEQERS A CO.
ACOMMODIOUS STORE, on Main
street, near tho Pont Office. Aleo,
several large ROOMS. For further par?
ticulars, apply on the premises to
W. K. GREENFIELD,
Corner Main and Lady streets.
Get Rid of the Rats and mice, and
Save Your Provisions.
HARVEY'S great RAT PASTE. Instant
death to these marauders and de?
stroyers. For salo by
FISH?R A HEIN1T8H,
Only Fifty Cents.
-|/^Vi\ BOXES SMOKED HERRINGS,
X.VJ VJ for salo at the unusually low price
of 50 cents per box, by
Nov 16_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Your beauty, your health, your ease
may be restored, by using Heinitah's
Queen's Delight._ _
ADESIRABLE building LOT, on North
oast corner of Sumter and Taylor
streets. If not disposed of at private salo,
will be sold by public auction, first MON?
DAY in December next. Apply to
F. w. MCMASTER,
Nov 13_No. 5 Law Range.
HARVEY'S OINTMENT will euro ITCH.
Harvey's Oointmont will ouro Hu?
Harvev's Ointment for Diseases of the
Harvey's Ointment for Tetter and
Harvey's Ointment for Sore Heads.
Price 25 cents a box, oulv. For sale by
FISHER A HEINIT8H,
English Ale and Porter.
pr f \ DOZ. Genuino English ALE,
t)\J 50 doz. Genuino English Porter.
Freshly imported, and for salo low, by
Nov G GEORGE 8YMMERS.
KITS No. 1 Choice MACKEREL, for
_sade by_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Owing to the recent de?
cline in the DRY GOODS
market, I have marked all
my goods down to the very
lowest figures. Purchasers
will find it greatly to their
interest to take advantage
of this opportunity arid
give me an early call.
My stock embraces every
article usually found in a
first class Dry doods house.
0. P. JACKSON.
ALL parsons having claims against the
estate of ELIZABETH HARRIS, de?
ceased, will present the same properly
attested, and all persons indebted will
make payment to
JOHN PRESTON, Ja.,
Nov 9 stkl 8 Qualified Exeoutor. '
PODARIA NURSERIES 1867-8.
THE SUBSCRIBER bega to inform hie
patrons that he is now ready to send
out a choice variety of FRUIT TREES of
svery description, adapted to our climate,
from the earliest to the latest Apple?,
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Necta?
rinos, Apricots, Almonds, Quinces. French
Marron Chestnuts, English Walnuts, Pe?
can Nuts, Evor-bearing Mulberries, Fil?
berts, Medlar's Pomegranites, Orape Vines,
many new and choice Table Grapes,
Strawberry Plants, choice kinds Albany
Jucunda, fcc, Raspberry Plants, Lawton
Blackberry, Asparagus and Horso Radish
Roots; new and rare kinds Roses, Evor
?reena in great variety, many new and
eautiful kinds for bunal g.ounds, Ac.;
Ornamental Evergreens hi great variety,
new and beautiful Dahlias, every shauo
and color; French Hybrid Gladiolas, Japan
Lillies, Tube Roses, Crysanthemums, Ac;
Hedge riants, Osage Orange and Macart?
ney ROBO-plant those to protect your or?
chard* and vineyards. Catalogues sent
to applicants. Mr. L. T. Levin is my
agent in Columbia. Address
Nov 28 l|6t2mo._Pomaria, S. Q._
Oyster Crackers, Ac.
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
SELF-RAISING-6 lb. papers.
Oct 25 JOHN C. SEEQERB Sc CO.
IAA BBLS. NORTHERN FLOUR,
1UU 50 bags Choice North Carolina
50 barrels and paokagea New Hulled
10 barrels Hecker's Self-Raising Flour,
on hand, and for sale low, by
Nov 30_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE
DAYS OF NAPOLEON, by Muhlbach;
cloth $2; Paper $1.50.
Three English Statesmen-Pym, Crom?
well, Pitt, S1.5C.
Stone Edge-a brilliant story, 25 cents.
Circe, or Three Acts in tho Life of an
Artist. By White; 50 cents.
Mace's Fairy Book-Home Fairy Tales.
By Jean Mace, author of Mouthlul of
Bread, Ac, illustrated; $1.75.
Agnes Strickland's Queens of England,
Keblo's Christian Era; $1.25.
Diaries for 1868, in good variety, ftt
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Steam. Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
horse power, in complete order; with
Fluo Boiler, containing 32 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To bo sold singly or together. The En?
gine can bo seen at the Congaroe Iron
Works, foot of Lady street.
Apply to R. MCDOUGAL,
Nov 15 Columbia, 8. C.
*3_ Newberry Herald please copy four
times and send bill to this office._*
Pig Hams and Shoulders.
CHOIOE New York PIG HAMS and PIG
SHOULDERS, just received by last
steamer, and for sale by
Nev 16_J. A T. g. AGNEW.
An eruption of the akin, of thirty
year's standing, which defied the skill of
tho doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
YORXrVLLLE, S. C.
THI8 establishment is
undergoing a thorough re?
novating. The rooms can
_loot be surpassed in the
?State NYe havo nrocurod tho services of
WHITE SERVANTS; the Dining Room
will bo furnished with the best this market
In connection with this house, ia s BAR?
BER SHOP, BILLIARD SALOON and
BAR ROOM, and in fact all that a traveler
The STABLES are superintended by a
competent person, just from England.
Horses will bo well fed and groomed.
ta- An OMNIBUS will be at the Depot
every evening for the purpose of convey?
ing passengers to this Hotel.
Nov 30 12_WM. E. BQ8E A CO.
The Quaker Liniment; tho best lini?
ment for family use ; can be used internally
and outwardly. It is a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of aches'
Sold by Fisher A Heinitsh._
Kf\f \ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
D\J\J CORN. For sale by
Oct 27_E. A G. D. HOPE.
HAVING put in oporation one of Emo?
ry's celebrated Cotton Oins and Con?
densers, I am now prepared to GIN on as
reasonable terms as can bo dono any?
where. Will furnish stock and lovor power
if required. Cotton ginned in ouo of these
gins command from $Q1 cent moro per
pound than any other. Apply at the Cot?
ton Oin Warehouse, on Lady streot.
Nov 24 12 SAMUEL SPENCER.
O AA NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
^UU 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon,
6,000 lbs. Clear Sides and Shoulders,
200 bags Country Flour,
15 bbls. Fresh Biscuit, assorted,
25 boxes English Dairy Choose,
6 hlids. Bacou Sides and Shoulders,
10 bbls. Fresh Buckwheat Flour,
6 " Golden Syrup,
Smoked Beef and Tongues, with a full
assortment of Pickles, Sauces, Ketchups,
fcc, Ac, for salo low, by
Nov 21 E. A G. D. H J)PE.
Copeland Sc Bearden
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Familv FLOUR,
1.000 lbs. Now TU<w?" HAMa
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
20 bbls. Golden and Bee-hive Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Rope,
200 sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 balcB Yarn. Nov 16
ALL PERSONS having claims against
the estate of Dr. D. P. GREGG, de?
ceased, will present tho same, properly
attested, and all persons indebted, either
by note or open account, will please make
spoedy payment to
MRS. M. D. GREGG.
Nov 20 Imo Qualified Executrix.
FIGS! FIGS ! 1
BOXES WASHED FIGS, at
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
?jM MESSRS. WEABN &
/.., BflP^WRlX, having removed
/.-: EBTOWF their GALLERY to their
QHWSSH now and beautiful rooms
t^^HgfflgjsBr over Messrs. Thomas E.
Gregg A Co.'a store, re?
spectfully invito the public to call and ex?
amino their work. Nov 28
Fainted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TTE.
It is the most simple,
The most economical, and
The best TIE hi use.
For sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Oct 29 _
. HEW BOOKS.
THREE ENGLISH STATESMEN-Pym,
Cromwell and Pitt. .
The Empress Josephine; by Muhlbach.
In Bonds, a novel; by Laura Preston.
Harem Lifo in Egypt and Oonstantino
flo; by Emmeline Lott, Governess to
Inez; by MiaB Evans, author of St. Elmo.
St on os of Venice; by Ruskin.
IJCG ?nd his Generals; by Pollard. Il?
lustrated. And a number of new English
Cheap Novels, for Bale at McCarter's Book?
store. R. L. BRIAN.
VALUABLE BOOKS FOB SALE.
THE advertiser offers, at private sale,
and at a great sacrifice, a collection of
VALUABLE AND (STANDARD WORKS,
all in good condition. Among the collec?
tion are Clarke's Commentaries, 6 vol?.;
Woslfiy'8 Works. 7 vols. ; Fletcher's Works,
4 vols. These three sets of standard Me?
thodist works are in uniform binding,
library style, gilt backs and edges, and as
food as new. Addison's Complete Works,
vols., handsomely bound; Mccauley's
History of England, 4 vols.; Napoleon at
St. Helena, by Sir Hudson Lowo, 2 vol?.;
Jean Paul, 2 vols. : Cummings' Lectures on
the Miracles and Minor Works, 2 vols.;
Las Casas' Memoirs of Napoleon, 4 vols.,
Ac, Ac. The lot contains 172 volumes,,
principally standard .works, all in good
condition: and to the purchaser, about 200
additional volumes miscellaneous works
wiU be thrown in gratis. To those desir?
ing to form a private library, this presents
the most favorable opportunity ever of?
fered. Inquire at this office. Dec 4
Carbuncles and bolla come from im?
pure blood. Nature throws out these im?
purities of the blood, which should be
regarded as ?warning. Purify your blood,
by using Heinitah's Queen's Delight._
Change of Schedule on the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad.
BREAKFAST HOUSE AT ALSTON_
Train arrives at 7.15 a. m., and by
order of General Superintendent, ample
time allowed for BREAKFAST.
Deo 3 3mo MRS. M. A. ELKIN A SON.
THE PROPOSED ANNUAL MEETING,
on the 4th of December, of Kerahaw's
Brigade Charitable Association, has boen
postponed until further notice. By order
of the Executive Committee.
Nov 27 7 , C. R. HOLMES. Sec'y.
CABBAGE AND ONIONS.
"DLANT yonr ONIONS if you want them
I ? for early spring use.'.'
Sow Early 'and Largue York CABBAGE
Fresh and reliable seeds at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
Nov 22 Druggists.
Washing Machines and Clothes
/^LOTHE8 WRINGERS and Washing
Kj Machines, constantly on hand, and for
aale, by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Having connected myself with the CEN?
TRAL HOTEL, (foimerly Shiver House,) I
take thia method of informing my friends,
and the publio generally, that I wiU be
most happy to welcome them at my new
homo, and hope to receive such patronage
as has been heretofore bestowed upon me.
Dee 4 S R. HAMILTON.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ALL PER80NS indebted to the late firm
of G. M. THOMPSON A CO., are hereby
notified to call on the subscriber and settle
their accounts. Those failing to take ad?
vantage of this notice, may expect to incur
costs. J. MEIGHAN.
O??ii\ BUSHELS PRIME OAT8 for sale
ZUU low. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
PLANTATION FOR RENT.
ADE8IRA.BLE PLACE, just three miles
from Columbia. On it, there are SOO
acres of Bottom Land and 150 of Upland,
suitable for cultivation. Of the Cotton
land, there aro 103 acres now in ita virgin
state, which will produce, without manure,
fifty bushels of corn per acre. A part of
this land yielded this year over two tons of
grass per acre. These lands are as free
from freshets as any lands on tho river.
The fences aro in good condition, and
there are houses suitable for twenty bauds.
For further particulars apply to
Dec 4 G B. W. TAYLOR.
&BRENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL?
ROAD BONDS, ("guarantee,) wanted
bv THOS. E. GREGG A CO.
For salo, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH -
EASTERN RAILROAD BONDS. Qct 13
The "Queen's Delight" Almanac
JUST PUBLISHED, a new and interest?
ing CALENDAR for tho people, con?
taining much valnablo information; a book
for everybody-a guido to long life, health,
wealth and happiness. Call and get one,
at tho Store. FISHER A HEINITSHT
Fish! Fish! !
U " 400 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT.
Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel.
.? No. 8 "
Bbls. Blue Fish.
400 lbs. splondid Codfish.
Oot 25 JOHN C. 8EEGER8 A CO.
TO THE Ii ABIES!
FRESH ABRIVALS bv steam?
er from New York of the FINEST
Ever offered in Columbia; also, CLOAKS,
CORSETS, ZEPHYR . WORSTED, HAIR
BRAID8, Ac. Ac, at
Mas. CE. REED'S, next door to
Mr. E. Pollard's drug store, Main st.
DRESS-MAKINQ in all branches.
Nov 12 3mo