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COLUMBIA. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18. 1868.
VOLUME IV-?-NO 20*
PTTBLtBHKD DAtLT ?3fl> TBI-WKKXX.T.
BVKB7 WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDtTOB AND PaopnrETOB.
Offlco on Main stieet, a fow doora above
Taylor (or Camdon) street.
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THE PKESEHT MAP OF EUKOPE.
The new map of France, of which so
much has been said, was issued in
Paris on the 28th ultimo. It is ac?
companied by- a preface, which speaks
as follows of the present map of Eu?
.* Under the second empire France
has regained her natural frontiers,
the Alps, italy has become a freo
country. Holland has burst tho
chains which bound her to the Ger?
man Confederation in virtue of her
possession of Limburg and Luxem?
burg. The German Confederation
has been dissolved; the federal fov
m tresses have ceased to exist; Maycnce
is now occupied by Prussia aloue.
Landan and Germersheim belong to
Bavaria, and are garrisoned by her;
Bastad t is occupied by Baden troops,
and Ulm by Bavaria and Wurtemberg
together. Prussia is materially in?
creased, but in reality tho European
balance of power is not destroyed to
the detriment of France. Before the
recent events Prussia and Austria
nnited were tho rulers of Germany,
and they oonld opposo us with 80,
000,000 of men, bound together by
treaties and a formidable military or?
ganization. To-day the States sur?
rounding France are independent;
Belgium and Switzerland are nenter;
Prussia, with the North German Con?
federation, counts 30,000,000; the
South German States, having a mili?
tary alliance with Prussia, count
8,000,000, Austria 35,000,000 and
Italy 22,000,000. France, with her
unity and her 10,000.000 of inhabi?
tants, including Algeria, has nothing
to fear from any one.
"Ia this map not only a quietus for
the past but a carte blanche for tho
^^^?&ure? Nobody, whether in Franco
Hp>>ermauy, can mistake tho real
?P^^" tiou of the South. Tho States
^ ^posing it are already annexed de
'facto; one single will, if not a single
man, reigns at Stattgard, Carlsruhe,
Darmstadt and Munich, as well aa at
Berlin, Dresden and Hanover. On
the first opportunity the state of
things existing in faot will bo pro?
claimed as of right, and the Main
will be crossed. Is that what the map
and the comments upon it mean to
sanction beforehand? That is the
important qnestion. If the answer
be 'yes,' then tho Bourse may lay
aside all fear, for after such resigna?
tion wo can seo nothing likely to
trouble our serenity. But if 'no,' is
it possible to consider the map as a
symptom of paoio whon it fixos as
tho extreme limit of our concessions
and patience a boundary which will
certainly bo crossed to-morrow if it
has not been already V"
TAXATION STATISTICS.-The Direc?
tor of the Burean of Statistics is pre?
paring un elaborate report upon tho
statistics of taxation in the United
States. It will exhibit the Federal,
State, County, township and corpo?
ration taxes, io detail, throughout
the country. The total sum of these
various revenues now exceed $700,
000,000 per annnm, a sum which
forms a conBiderablo.portion of the
entire earnings of the population.
The various forms of taxation are
discussed with minuteness. The re?
port embraces the statistics of thirty
seven States, 2,150 Counties, and a
still larger number of municipalities.
The bull-frog, according to Josh
Billings, is the boss of the puddle,
and has n log to sit on over on the
other sido of the puddle, and talks to
the rest of the frogs, way down in his
throat, so that you can t understand
more than half what he says; he is
generally a cross, lazy old devi), all
"Pink," tho Now York oorrespon- j
dent of tho Charleston Courier, says:
So thoroughly disgusted are tho
New York Republicans with tho
heavy majorities whioh the Democra?
cy annually roll np in this scotion of
the State, that they commence to talk
"secession." A proposition has been
started in tho interior of tho State,
to divide New York in two States,
leaving the metropolis with its sur?
rounding Counties to manage her own
affairs the best way she eau, and to
make another Stato ont of tho Coun?
ties that's separated from tho wicked
Democratic sections. Tho idea is
not novel, it was started by Fernando
Wood about eight years ago, at tho
outbreak of the civil war, and was then
generally hooted by thoso who still
believe to own a patent of loyalty.
Now, however, it comes from tho
other side of tho house, and is com?
mented upon in some quarters, re?
commended in others. The idea
which, somewhat in an incoherent
style, flits about in regard to this
matter, is to erect the Counties of
New York, King's, Richmond, West?
chester, Queen's, Suffolk and Put?
nam, into an independent State, to
bo culled tho Stato of Manhattan.
They contain a population of 1,282,
327, according to tho census of 1865,
leaving a population of about 2,500,
000 to those Counties that prefer
their own radical rulo, which New
York and its dependencies havo so
emphatically throttled. If any head?
way at all can bo made in tho move?
ment, and tho matter bo brought tc
a successful issue, there will, iudeed,
bc rejoicing in old Manhattan, which,
whilo unwilling to imposo its ow?
political preferences upon others,
does uot relish the idea of continu?
ally being governed in her Stato af
fairs by tho bigoted, ignorant ant'
boorish men who are sont from tlu
interior annually to her Stato Legis
latnro, mako laws there for a popula
tion whoso various classes contair
elements of intelligence, industry
and enterprise entirely unknown t(
the farmer and country lawyers wht
look upon New England as theil
Mecca, and upon Horace Greeley ai
their Mahomed. Here, in the city
the Democrats will respond affirma
tively to any question propounded tt
them in regard to a separation fron
tho rent of the State; and] if th?
movement succeed, thay will overloat
the radicals with thanks for bavin)
ouco moro started tho idea.
The following excellent article i
copied from the Scientific American
"We believe tho surest way to th
proper political recon?*ruction of th
South, is the reconstruction of he
industries. Possibly somo of thes
cannot bo restored; if not, other
can be substituted. There aro plent
of capitalists, who, once convince
that the situation is accepted, an
that the shape affairs have assumed i
regarded by tho people of the Sout
as inevitable, would not only bo wil
ing, but anxious to aid in developin
the vast resources of that braise;
but, by no means, utterly destroye
section. People of tho South, yo
0 wo it to yourselves, to show tin
you eau be as energetic in peaco <
you were brave in war. Cultivai
your lands. Induce Northern capit
to como to your help, by discouragiu
lawlessness, and by securing tl
peaceful possession of property. Lt
us bury tho past, and look forwai
with courage and hope to tho futur
a future big with blessings and pro
peri ty if you will; prosperity ar
strength such as in your pulinie
days you never realizod in tho pa*
Wo speak what wo do know, when \
assure yon that tho masses at tl
North will never consent to seo ye
systematically opposed, and that tb?
eagerly hope for tho coming tim
1 when, with resuscitated vitality, yo
industries shall shoot into vigorot
growth, and you shall bo richer, mo
peaceful, happier, than yon ev
could have been under tho old di
"But wo do not plead with t1
South alono. We exhort all Sectio
to put asido feelings of solf-interet
and to work together for peuce; pea
from party biokerings, from section
wranglings; peaco, not merely
namo, but in verity."
WHAT IS THU STATUS OF WIDOW
At the Hardin County (Kentuck
Fair, recently, a question arose ;
Barding the proper status of widov
The society offered a prize for t
best unmarried lady rider, and al
one for the best married lady rid
A young widow was excluded frc
the first ring because tho girls all t
eldred abe was a married worm
Sbo then made application to becoi
a contestant for tho prize in 1
seoond ring, bot waa ruled ont 1
causo abe was a siegle woman?
UNmvAlj??KD.-Nothing that has ever
boen known or hoard of as a tonic adds so
mnch to the resistant power of tho human
system, under ciroumstancos unfavorable
to health, as HOSTETTER'S 8TOMACIT
BITTERS. If yon would? scape tho inter?
mittent fevers, Ats of indigestion, bilious
attacks and bowel-coraplaints, of which
cold and damp aro tho frequent causes,
uso tho BITTERS aa a PROTECTIVE
MEDICINE. This i* the wincui coaroc,
but, if already an invalid, try the prepara?
tion as a RESTORATIVE. In either caso
full reliance moy bo placed upon its efff
There is no mystery about tho cansos of
it? success. It is tho only stomachic and
alterativo in which aro combined tho grand
roquisitcs of a mild, pure and un vii ia t ed
vogetablo stimulant, with tho .Tuest selec?
tion of tonic, anti-billions, anti-scorbutic,
aperient and depurativo herbs, plants,
roots and barks that havo over been inter?
mixed in a medicinal preparation.
The Bitters have this distinctive quality,
which is not shared, it is bolioved, bv an?
tonie, tincture or extract in tho world: lt
doon not excite tho pulso, though it infuses
a wonderful degreo of vigor into tho ner?
vous Bystem, and strengthens and suBtainB
tho whole physical organization.
California and Australia have emphati?
cally endorsed it as tho MINER'S MEDI?
CINE par excellence, and in Spanish Amt?
rica and all tho tropical climates, it is
considered tho only reliable antidote to
Tho already immenso and still increas?
ing consumption of HOSTETTER'S STO?
MACH BITTERS, backed by many of tho
most inlluontial physicians throughout
tho country, should convince tho most
skeptical iiiat it is worthy the confidence
and approbation of all. Nov 15t 0
??MANHOOD."-Another New Medical
Pamphlet from tho pen of Dr. Curtis. The
Medical Times says of this work: "This
valuable treatise on the cause and euro of
premature decline shows how health ia
Impaired through secret abuses of youth
and manhood, and how easily regained. It
gives a elnar synopsis of the impediments
to marriage, the cause and effects of ner?
vous debility, and tho remedies therefor."
A pocket edition of tho above will bo for?
warded on receipt of 26 Cents, by ad?
dressing Dr. Curtis, No. 53 North Charles
street, Baltimore, Md. May 27 ly
lar Term, Superior Court.
BUI for direction and distribution in Tilo?
mas Superior Court,
Milton C. Smith, Administrator on Estate
of Mary Atkinson, et al., vs. Elijah Triu
glo and W. H. Pringle.
IT appearing to tho Court that Mrs.
Mary Atkinson, late of ThomaB Coun?
ty, Georgia, decca ned, died intestate,
without husband or child surviving her,
and that tho heirs-at-law of said deceasod
aro tho descendants of her brothers and
eiBtors, most of whom reside without and
boyoud tho limits of the State of Georgia,
and that tho bill, in tho above stated case,
cannot bo servod on them personally, it is,
therefore, on motion, ordered by tho
Court, that service of said bill be perfeoted
by publication, on Elijah Pringle, Elijah
McCoy, John F. Gordon, Jano Potter,
Nancy P. Chambers, Susan Anderson,
Sarah Wilder, John Pringle, Mary Scott,
Kennedy Pringle and William Pringle, by
publishing this interlocutory decree once
a month for four months, beforo tho next
term of this Court, in somo public gazette
of this State. And, it further appearing
that four of tho brothers and sisters of
said deceased-to wit, Sarah Pringlo.
William Pringle, Elizabeth Pringle ama
Abram Pringlo, all diod, leaving descend?
ants, tho namco of many being unknown,
and who aro or may bo interested in said
Estate, it is, therefore, further decreed
by tli iri Court, that a copy of this decree bo
published in some newspaper ouco a month
for four months previous to the next term
of this Court, published oach at tho capi?
tals of tiiu States of South Carolina. North
Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas,
that all tho relatives of said decoased who
may bo entitled to any of said Estate, may
como in and bc made partners and receive
their portion of said Estate.
Juno Term, 18G8.
ADO. H. HANSELL,
Judge S. C., So. Dist, of Ga.
A true extract from the minutes of Tho?
mas Superior Court, August 20, 18C8.
Clork Supreme Court, T. C.
September 1!) moi
Union District-In Equity.
Louisa P. Worthy et. al. vs. G. D. Peake,
Executor, et. al. Bill to Marshal Assets.
PURSUANT to a decrotal order of His
Honor Chancellor Carroll, in tho
abovo stated caso, tho creditors of TIIOS.
BOWKER, deceased, lato of Union District,
S. C., are required to present and estab?
lish their claims before mo, on or beforo
tho 1st day ol JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Union C. H., S. C., Sept 2'J, 18C8.
Union District-In Equity.
Henrietta Kaiser el. al. vs. Julius Kaiser
et. al- Bill for Partition.
PURSUANT to a decretal ordor of nie
Honor Chancellor Johnson, in the
above stated ease, tho creditors of CH.
KAISER, decoased, and of the firm of Ch.
Kaiser & Son, lato of Unionville. S. G., Sro
required to present and establish their do
mands beforo mo, on or beforo the 1st day
of JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. B. U. D.
Union 0. H., 8. C., Hept. 2G, 1808.
October 1_ thSm
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The best judges everywhere declare it to
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lt has a mild and agreeable aroma.
It is anti-nervous in its effects -
The Nicotine having been extracted -
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It leaves no acrid, disagrecablo after-taste,
Does not burn t>r sting the tongue,
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Long as two lt? threo pounds of ordinary
Orders fm-Elegant Meers?'lin u III Pipes
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CULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND
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AMERICAN, published in tho city of Now
York, is now tho LARGEST and MOST
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20 copies $20, or only ONE DOLLAR a year 1
Evory subscriber in clubs of ten, at $1.50,
will receive a freo package of EARLY
ROSE POTATOES, soiling at $10 per bbl.,
post paid, worth ?1.25. Tno Rural Ameri?
can is everywhere admitted to bo tho BEST,
CHEAPEST, and tho most PRACTICAL farm?
ers' ?nd fruit-growers' paper in this coun?
try. Its editor-in-chief is an old farmer
and fruit-grower of FORTY YEARS' oxperi
onco ! The publication of this paper waa
jomoved in June last from Utica, N. Y., to
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State South Carolina-Richland Co.
7Ar THE COURT OF PROBATE.
By William Hutton Wigg, Judye of Pro?
bate in Richland County.
WHEREAS, WILLIAM WESTON bath
applied to mc for letters of admi?
nistration on tho Estate of DUNCAN W.
RAY, late of Richland, deceased,
These aro. therefore, to cito and admo?
nish all and singular tho kindred and cre?
ditors nf tho said deceased, to bo and
appear before me, at a Court of Probato
for the said County, to bo holden nt Co?
lumbia, on the 20lh day of November,
1868, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show causo,
if any, why tho said administration should
not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal of tho
Court, this 6th day of November, A.
D. 1868, and in tho ninety-third year
of American independence.
W. HUTSON WIGO,
Judge Probato Court, Richland County.
Nov 8_8, 19
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of South
lu tho Matter of Peter W. Kraft, Bank?
TO whom it may concern: Tho under?
signed hereby gives notico of his ap
?(ointment as Assigneo of PETER W.
CRAFT, of Columbia, in tho County or
Richland, and Stato of South Carolina,
within said District, who has been ad?
judged a Bankrupt, upon his own petition,
by tho District Court of said District.
THOS. J. LAMOTTE.
COLUMBIA, October 20, 1868.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of South
Carolina-October Term, 1868.
In the matter of Philip Epstein, of Colum?
bia, 8. C., Bankrupt.-Petition for full
and final discharge in Bankruptcy.
ORDERED, that a hoaring bc had on the
27th day of NOVEMBER, A. 1?. 1868,
at Federal Court Houso, in Columbia, H.
C., and that alt creditors, Ac, of said
Bankrupt appear at said limo and placo
and show cause, if any they can, why tho
prayer of tho petitioner should not bo
And that the second and third meeting
of Creditors cf said Bankrupt will bo held
at tho office of Henry Sum mer, Esq .Regis?
ter of 3d Congressional District, of South
Carolina, on tho 26th day of NOVEMBER,
1868, at 12 M.
By order of tho Court, tho 3d dav of No?
vember, 1863. D\N'L. HORLBECK,
Nov ll^vv2_ C U. 8. Dist. C. for M. C.
Opening ol the Fall Champagne.
BEING in daily receipt of tho various
styles of fall and winter fancy and
staple Groceries, also of several novelties
calculated to excito the taste of thc com?
munity, In tho gastronomic department, a
careful perusal of thc following list of
good things can scarcely fail of interest :
SMOKED BEEF, Smoked Beef Tonguos,
Extra New York Sugar-Cur* d Pig Hams,
Ex" ra Mew York Breakfast Bacon Strips,
Pickled Fulton Market Beef and Char,en?
tern Shrimp-, Pickled Salmon and l'ign
Feet, Now No. 1. 2 and 3 Bay Mackerel;
New No. 1 Sealed Horrings, fine; Primo
New Yolk Statu Factory Cheese and
Goshen Butter, just in; frosh Crackers,
full assortment; fiet>h Now Hulled Buck?
LIQUORS AM? WINES.-This department
is fully stocked with tho choicest assort?
ment the combined markets of tho coun?
try can furnish, and will bo Bold guaran?
teed as represented in ovory respect. All
o? which arc offered st low rotus by
Oct 29 GEO. 8YMMER8.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
THE undercignod informs
his friends, and tho public
generally, that ho has re
^ ^oeived a large and select
assortment of SINGLE aud DOUBLE
BARREL GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES for all kinds of Guns,
Rifles and Repostera constantly on hand.
SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS, all of
whioh will be sold low for cash.
GUNS and PISTOLS made to order and
repsi'*"! *t short notice sr..' umduraie
pri?e. Gash system rigidly adhered to.
Oct 7 P. W. KRAFT.
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
??T IFE INSURANCE enables a man lo
I J put himself in harmony with Di?
vino Providence. Providence has brought
tho institution into being to bless tho
race. Ho who refuses it, distrusts and
despises Providence and invites its ven?
geance upon himself and his household.
Wo know ot no fallacy so transparent, no
delusion moro groundless, than that
which makes tho practice of Lifo Insnranco
appear ns an attempt to controvert the
Thousands of widows and orphans liva
to attest tho divine bonoflconco of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without its protecting
rogis, many of them would, to-day, bo beg?
gars upon tho streets, or occupants of
poor-houses and penitentiaries. No man
can foretell what will bo his circumstances
at tho time of his death. Tho rich man of
to-day dies tho pauper of to-morrow, and
tho family, delicately roared, bo co me tho
unprepared victims of diro Wart, with her
train of countless oviis. Such a result is
impossible, with a policy of Lifo Insnranco.
It, indeed, offers thc. only absolutely safa
investment whioh can be made for the
benefit of one's family and of his own old
age. All other investments may result ia
loss or rain. If all would insure, who can
calculato the immense suffering and crime
which the world would be sparodl
JET NA LIFE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of Hartford, Connecticut,
Autti ... 910,000,000
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October 23 3mos_General Agents.
THE undersigned informs tho public
that ho has put his entire establish?
ment in thorough order for tho approach?
ing winter, and having added a largo and
well-lighted room, on the first j^^aa*.
floor, can accommodate PRIVATE V&BBt.
DINNER and SUPPER PARTI?8.__3CS
Entranco front and roar.
In tho second story, is a handsomely
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? rm X?^*Lf=~ latest styl6 and finish,
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Chowing Tobacco, etc., can bo ob-BU
OYSTERS, GAME and FISH constantly
on hand. T. M. POLLOCK.
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
Assembly Street, Opposite the Harket.
THE undersigned respectfully notifies
his patrons, and the public generally,
that he has mado arrangements to bo
supplied, daily, with the best OYSTERS
and FISH. Will also have the choleo of
the Columbia Market.
Has a commodious room or private
His LIQUORS, WINES and SUGARS
aro the best.
Families can bo supplied with Ovatera.
LUNCH from ll to 1 o'clock.
Give me a call.
LOOK OUT FOR THE BIO LAMP.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
LOCATED on Washington etroet,
tffluext to Brennen A Carroll's, ls now
?S under the solo proprietorship of th?
undersigned. The best of everything, in
the way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, 8E
GABS, TOBACCO, otc, kept on hand.
LUNCH ovory day at ll o'clock. Give
him a call, and test tho correctness of the
assertion made above.
Juno 19_RICHARD BARRY.
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's Cliina Store.
J. C LEV DINING, - - - Proprietor.
W <$t j&
HAVING thoroughly fitted np the above
establishment as a RESTAURANT.
I ?.m prepared to furnish visiiurs wit li the
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc,
prepared in the very best sty5e, hy one of
the finest cooks in the cit v. SUPPERS
furnished at short notice. Families sup?
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
count ant 1 v on hand. LUNOH every day at
II o'clook. _Doo 10
J). W. HAWTHORNE, \
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA. S. G., and Honea Path,
8. G., will attend to all business
entrusted to his care at either place. .
"beware of a Cough 1"
IF you bavo a alight Cough, attend to it
at once, and avoid a greater evil
Consumption. The "TAR AND WILD
CHERRY COUGn (JURE" wil! relievo you.
It is good for Conchs, Colds, Asthma,
Boro Throat and Consumption. A caf?
and choap remedy. Only 25 cents a bottle
For salo by F?SIIER A 1IELMT.SII,
October 22 j_Druggista.
Stanley's Celebrated Cough SyrapT
IS still a great remedy, a.id very popular
among tho neople. For twenty-five
?oars, it has been known to cure more
oughs than ???r u?h?r remedy.
For salo by FISHER A H E?NIT8H,
Od 22 t Druggista.