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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
'Let our Just Censure
Attend the True Event.'
COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 18GG.
Tri-Weekly $7 a Year.
VOLUME I-NC). 2LWL
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TM-WEEKLY,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATE PRINT E R.
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NEW PKESIDENTIAIJ MANSION.-It is
said that efforts are being made by a
number of influential gentlemen to
get Congress to purchase a large and
beautiful tract of laud, on the North?
ern side of the city, well and favor?
ably known to the residents of "Wash?
ington as the resort of pic-nie and
pleasure parties, for the purpose of
erecting thereon a Presiden tin 1 man?
sion, with a magnificent park attach?
ed. There is a famous spring of
water upon the place, the ground is
well wooded, and is in every way
desirable for thc object proposed,
having ac area of between 300 to
The unhealthy location of the pre?
sent Executive mansion is a suffi?
cient reason for another site, though
its modest dimensions and architec?
ture seem to us more in keeping with
republican simplicity than an edifice
more spacious ??d o tn toi y If we
build a palace, who knows, but thc
next thing, we may make a king? Thc
present building is, however* so much
out of repair, that it might be cheaper
to build a new ono at onen. The sums
expended, for repairs would put up a
very decent edifice. $G,000 were ap?
propriated for that object in ISO] ;
about 10,000 in 18G2; 7,000 in 1863;
12,000 in 1864, to re-build the stable;
besides $6,000 the. .same year for re?
pairing, refitting and re-furnishing
the President's summer residence at
the Soldier's Home. These appro?
priations, in addition to those; for
furniture for the White House,
amount, in the. last four years, to
$75,000, and the Committee tm Ap?
propriations, during the present ses?
sion, announce that a further expen?
diture of $30,000 for furniture must
be made forthwith.
It would be well enough to build
an Executive mansion which will not
be in such constant need of repairs,
and to have plain, simple and strong
furniture, able to stand the wear and
tear of the multitudinous visitors,
who it seems'regard the dwelling and
furniture as their own property, and j
do what they choose with their own. j
f Richmond Dispulc/t.
Corn and Hay.
?*i\?\ BUSHELS Prime White CORN.
^\J\J 30 Rales Northern HAY, ..Eas:
River," offered at lowest rates, l>v
Jan 19 2 _ HANAHAN A WARLEY.
Prime Eastern Hay.
1f\f\(\ BALES HAY. iiwt received
#V/UV/ from Portland, Maine.
CONGO, "Grace Clifton." For sale by
MORDECAI A CO.,
110 East Ray, Charleston, S. C.
Jan 19 3?
IRODDER, SWEET POTATOES, Eaton,
' ,Vc. For sale by
Jan 19 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
VXLE PULLEYS. WAGON DODY and
Wrought Nails. Sand Paper. For said
by FISHER .* LOWRANCE.
rniiE SAW MILLS of GIBBES A GLAZE,
I superintended by the undersigned, are
now in operation. ORDERS FOR LUM?
BER promptly executed. Lumber Yard in
rear of Gibbes' Store. Lumber sold at thc
Mills, at the yard, or delivered. The office
of the Superintendent of thc Mills is at
Gibbes'Store. Omeo hours'.) to 12 and::
to) 5 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Parties
ulinjg to build next Spring, would do
their orders at once.
13 ', J. P. THOMAS.
To liaise Supplies for thc Year 18C(!.
lie it ordained by the Mayor and Alder?
men of the (.'iii/ of Columbia, in Council
assembled, and by thc authority of the same.
That a tax to cover tho period from Janu?
ary 1,186?, to January 1, 1S<>7, for tho sums,
and in tho manner hereinafter mentioned,
?hall ho raised and paid into the public
treasury cf the said city, for thc use and
SEC. I. That is to say, one dollar on every
hundred dollars of the assessed value of real
estate lying within the limits of said city];
and the value of all taxable real estate
within tho city of Columbia ?hall be as?
sessed by the City Assessor.
SEC. li. And be it fur titer ordained, That
each male person "over the agc of fifteen
years and under thc ago of sixty years
shall pay a tax of one dollar.
SEC. ill. Thirty cents shall bc levied
upon every hundred dollars of sales of
goods, wares and merchandize, embracing
sales of all artickw of trade for barter or
exchange, which- shall 1?; made by resi?
dent merchants, traders and dealers,*within
tho city of Columbia, from tho first day
of January, 1866.
SEC. IV. And whereas many persons set
np temporary shops or store's for the salo
of merchandize, after thc time fixed for
assessing taxes, and close the samo before
the return of the tax thereon, so as to
ivoid the payment of taxes to the citv
altogether : Ile it further ordained, That ail
such dealers shall, upon opening shop or
store in the city of Columbia, pay to thc
City Clerk the sum of twenty-five dollars,
(V"hich shall he allowed him in the next set
dement for taxes, and the overplus, if any,
DC returned to him ; and mien transient
lealer shall pay one dollar on every one
mildred dol?ais of sales of goods, wares
md merchandize. On failure to pay, after
acing notified, th,- Mayor shall forthwith
s.sue an execution against the defaulters,
md collect flu? money in tin; usual way.
SEO. V. There shall 1?.- levied one" per
vnt. upon sales at auction of all goods,
lie property of persons who are residents
)f the city of Columbia. One-and-a-half
>er cent, upon sales ..i auction of all goods,
>ropcrty of non-residents. One-half per
.ont. upon sal . at auction of real estate,
md stocks ..i every description : Pro?
vided, nevertheless, That no tax shall bo
evicd upon any Hales at auction made by
>rder of Court or process of law.
SEC. VI. That all merchants ami others
idling any goods, wares and merchandize,
ui consignment, shall pay a tax of one per
:ent. on all such goods, wares and nier
maudite sold by them ; and the persons
nentiom-d in this and in the three preced
ng sections of this Ordinance, shall bo
equirecl to make quarterly i . turns of their
ales, an?1 to pay the taxes'assessed thereby
o tho City Clerk at thc end of each and
SEC. VII. And he il further ordaiu*d>by
he a. II ll, ar?ty aforesaid, That a tax of one
?er cent, shall be paid on thc premiums
eceived by each and every insurance
.'ompany, or agent or agency thereof,
ioiug business in this city "and "chartered
y thc State of South Carolina : the agents
f all Companies not chartered bv the state
hall pay one-and-a-half per cent, on all
ie She1 d'?ty'or' every Induran ce 'Com pa i iv,
r tho officers or the agents thereof, to
lake monthly returns, under oath, to the
Sty Clerk, of tho amount of premiums for
he* month preceding, under a penalty of
wo dollars for each and evei v lay that
neb compnny or agent or ageney ay ue
;lect or refuse to make returns and pay
he- said tax -to be collected by execution,
s in other cases provided for the collcc
ion of tines and forfeitures.
SEC. VIII. And !?. it farther ordained, hy
tie authority aforesaid. That two dollars
ball he paid on each and every horse,
narc, stallion, gelding and mule, kept or
ised within tho city of Columbia, besides
he tax on vehicles, as follows : Ten dollars
ihall bo paid on each and every four
vherled pleasure carriage or barouche,
Irawn by two or more horses; five dollars
>n each and ever one horse carriage,
>uggv, barouche, gig or sulky, not used
'or hire : ten dollars on every vehicle used
br thc breaking or exhibiting of horses
uni mules ; fifteen dollars on each hack or
carriage, drawn by two horses, and run foi
he conveyance of passengers for hire ;
sight dollars on each and every one horst
juggv, gig or sulky, kept or used for hire :
en dollars on each and every four horst
wagon ; eight dollars on each two hors?
wagon; six dollars on each one horse
wagon, cart or dray : twenty dollars ol
jaeh express wagon ; fifteen dollars or
each and every omnibus or stage ; and al
persons commencing to use or run any ear
age or other vehicle, after the time foi
the payment of taxes, shall pay from tin
time they commenced to use or run sud
carriage or vehicle, to the end of the year
in proportion to the rate of taxes per an
mun : Provided, That no person shall bi
allowed to use any omnibus, wagon, dray
cart or other vehicle, for thc transporta
tion <>f baggage or passengers from om
part of the city to another, until the owne
thereof shall have given bc nd to the city
to be taken bv the City Clerk, with two o
more good sureties, in the sum of liv
hundred dollars, conditioned that sue!
owner will pay all damages that may rc
suit from the loss or injury to baggage o
passengers, while being carried on th
omnibus, wagon, dray, cart or other cai
riage of such owner, or after being er,
trusted to the custody of ?he driver thereo
or any of his assistants. And any ] orso
offending herein shall bc- liable to a ?ne c
five dollars per day for each day sue
wagon, cart, dray or other carriage fi
carrying baggage or passengers, may L
run'before such bond is given: And pr(
vided, further. That nothing herein coi
fained shall extend to any of the abov
enumerated vehicles not used, althoug
kept within the limits of the city : Ah
provided, also, That nothing herein coi
tained shall be construed to extend 1
wagons, carts, drays or carriages, going 1
or frotn market, and owned by non-res
dents of said city.
And lie il farther ordained, That a tax
two dollars shall be paid on each and evei
horse, mare, stallion, gelding and mul
sold in thi.-' city Ly or on account of ai
horse trader or livery stable keeper ; ai
the keeper of every livery stable sb;
make quarterly returns, on oath, of sm
sah-s at h's st?hle, and pay the tax thereo
under a penalty of two dollars per day f
failure to make such returns and paymen
at the i nd of lim quarter. ?
SEC. IX. And he ii farther ordained, Th
no person shall let or hire any wagon, ca
or dray, or other carriage, or run any oi
nibus, stage, hack or other carriage, f
the transportation of goods or passcugoi
within the limits of said city, without hu
ing first obtained; a bagde from tho Ci
; Clerk, to be placed on some conspicuous
! part of thc vehicle ; also, a bad?;e with a
j number by which he may be iden t i tied and
j known, to be worn on ? conspicuous part
? of his person, by the driver or such omni
j bus, wagon, cart, dray or other carriage,
j under a penalty of five dollars for each and
I everyday that such vehicle shall be so run,
I to be recovered by information befe>re the
I Mayor, or any ono of the Aldermen.
SEC. X. W heroas all male persons be?
tween tho ages of sixteen and fifty years,
residing within the limits of the city of
Columbia, are required by the laws pf this
State to work upon tho streets of tho said
city for full twelve days in each and every
year: Bc it therefore ordained, That each
and every person liable to work on the
streets of thc said city of Columbia may
and shall bc excused from the performance
of said duty, upon < ho payment of three
dollars to the City Clerk ; "and each and
every person so liable, who shall fail ??
pay the said sum of three dollars within the
time hereinafter specified, shall, when
summoned to do so, be required to work
upon tho streets of the said city for full
twelve days, under tho direction -of the
Overseer of Streets ; ard if any such per?
son or persons sh- 1 neglect "or refuse to
work upon tho said streets at the time
when summoned, such person or persons
shall he fined two dollars for each and
every day that he or they shall neglect or
refuse so to work, to bo recovered by in?
formation before thc Mayor and Aldermen
- in Council assembled. And it shall he the
duty of thc City Clerk, and of the Chief of
Toliee, to reno.; to the said Mayor and Al?
dermen all defaulters under either of thc
clauses of this section.
SEC. XI. Tlnit for a license to retail
spirituous liquors, in quantities less than
a quart, the sum of one hundred dollars
per annum shall be paid in advance ; and
for a license to sell spirituous liquors, in
quantities of a quart or more, the sum of
fifty dollars per annum shall be paid in ad?
vance : Provided, that no license to sell
spirituous liquors shall be granted for a
shorter period than six mouths : And
provided, further, That the granting or
withholding of licenses, in rael) particular
case, will he at the discre tion of the City
Council. Ard the City Clerk shall be en?
titled to receive, for issuing each and every
license, thc sum of two dollars ; to be paid
by the person or persons licensed.
SEC. XII. One per cent, on the incomes
of brokers, and one-fourth of one per cent,
on all incomes derived from commission
business, or the practice of professions,
within the limits of the said city.
SEC. XIII. TWO dollars apon each and
every dog shall be paid hythe person or
persons on whose premises'the dog is kept.
And the police of the city of Columbia ?ire
hereby authorized and" required to kill
each and every dog found running at large
within the limits of said corporation, and
not having on a badge or collar, furnished
by authority of said city.
SEC. XIV. And he it further ordained., by
the authority aforesaid, That no equestrian
or theatrical performance, or other exhibi?
tion for gain, shall bo held in tho city oi
Columbia, without a license from the Mayor
thereof first had and obt ained, and tho
pavmenA, ?"ifuhavs per utiV i< .f'feqtSftstriarl
exhibitions, and such sum as the Mayoi
may assess for theatricals or other exhibi?
tions for gain ; and each and every person
exhibiting for gain, without, first having
obtained said license and the payment of
said tax in advance, shall belined in a sum
not less than double the amount of said
tax, in manner hereinbefore provided for
the imposition of fines and forfeitures.
SEC. XV. And be it further ordained,
That an annual tax of fifty dollars
shall be paid upon each and every baga?
telle, poole or keele, or billiard table, and
upon every bowling saloon, nine or ten pin
alley, or "pistol gallery, kept within the
limits of tlie said city ; and the sum of one
hundred dollars shall be paid, in advance,
for a license to keep or have a cock-pit
within the limits of tho said city, and ni
license for such cock-pit shall be granted
for any time within the fiscal year for a
less sum than one hundred dollars : Pro
rilled, That no person or persons shal
open any one of the places of amusement
mentioned in this section, until he or the]
shall have obtained a license for that pur?
pose from the City Council, and shall hav<
entered into bond, with two or more goot
securities, to the Mayor and Aldermen ii
the sum of live hundred dollars, conditions
to observe tho laws of the State am
city, and particularly tho laws against re
tailing. Any person opening any sue!
establishment within thia city, withou
hrst having obtained tho license" and givet
bond as aforesaid, shall be subject to a fin
not exceeding fifty dollars for each da
such establishment shall be kepi open o
used; also, that such place shall be eon
sidered, and is hereby declared to be,
nuisance, and liable, to be abated as such.
SEC. XVI. And be it further ordainec
That each and every occupant of any res
estate upon whose premises water i
brought by pipes or otherwise from the cit
reservoir, shall pay to the City Clerk, a
the same time wit h the other taxes impose
by this Ordinance, suen snm as may be at
sessed bv the Committee on Water Worki
SEC. XVII. And be il fu .tlier ordainer
That if any person or p rsons shall fai
neglect or refuse to make a return to tl
City Clerk, on oath, of all his, her. or the
taxable property, income, salos, or otlu
things taxed by this Ordinance, on or b
foro the 15th day of February next, sue
person or persons shad bo then assess*
by tho Assessor for all his, her, or the
property, or other things taxed by th
Ordinance, according to tho best inform
tion which he can obtain of the value
such taxable property ; and such person t
persons who shall fad, neglect, or refuse
make a return, as aforesaid, or pay tho lt
thereon, on or helor? thc 15th of Man
next, shall bc subject to, and pay, in adc
tion to said tax, livo per cent, on : he whit
amount of his, her, or their tax, as impos<
bv this Ordinance. And the said Clerk
hereby required to collect and receive tl
taxes and dues levied and imposed by tl
Ordinance, and all arrears of former tax
and ?lues, and make a return thereof, ai
of all persons who shall then be in defau
to the Mayor and Aldermen, on tho 15
I dav of March next.
SEC. XVIII. And bc it further ordain*
\ That the said Mayor and Aldermen sh
I issue their execution against each a
! every person who shall be reported by t
I said Clerk to have failed, neglected, or ;
fused to make returns or pay the tay
imposed by this Ordinance, within the til
herein prescribed, which said executi
shall be lodged with the Sheriff of Kit
land District, to bo collected according
' tho provisions of the Acts of the Ocne
j Assembly of this State in such case ma
I and provided.
W. H. JEFFERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants, and Receiv?
ing and Forwarding Agents,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
mHANKFUL for tho patronage hereto
X fore so liberally bestowed, they hope
! by prompt attention to merit a continu?
ance._Jan 1? 12
MIKELL, BOYLE & C0~
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
CO LUMBLA, S. C.
T.. W. MTKBT.T.. WM. A. BOYLE. JAS. r.. SMITH.
Jan IS Jlmo
Geo. H. Walter & Son,
Receiving and Forwarding Agents.
HAVE established themselves in As?
sembly Street, two doors from
Gervais, COLUMBIA, S. C., where they
will bo happy to servo their old friends
and patrons. Thankful for past favors,
they will endeavor, by prompt attention, to
merit a continuance. Liberal advances
mada on consignments to their friends in
Charleston, Kew York or Liverpool.
Jan IS S
G. H. BALDWIN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER,
and dealer in STAPLE HARD?
WARE, OILS of all kinds, with a general
stock adapted to a first class trade.
Bought exclusively for cash and offered at
lowest market rates, at the old stand of
Allen A Dial. Jan 18 lin
Notice to Planters.
KNOWJNG the great want, bv our
Planters and Farmers, of GUANO
and OTHER FERTILIZERS, and the diffi
cutly in procuring money at this time. I
propose to furnish a superior fertilizer, <>n
a credit nf eight or nine, mouths. This
will enable the planter tn procure the
means of euri-bing his laud and paying
for it out of the next crop.
FORD'S PHOSPHATE or FERTILIZER
is recommended and guaranteed to be as
good as any fertilizer in the market, and
to bring as good crops. Tried side by side
with Peruvian Guano. Applications must
be made mimediatelv. For particulars ap?
ply to . I AMES O. GIBBES.
('oin. Merchant, Columbia, S. C.
Jan 1G (i
TO THE Xi ADIES. |
ri^HE attention of th* Ladies is especially j
I invited to our large and splendid as?
sortment of DRY fit ions, FANCY ARTI?
CLES, etc., consisting in part of DRESS
GOODS, JACONETS, LAWNS, BUGLE
TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS, besides
every other article necessary to make up a
lath's trousseau. Our stock of PALMO- I
RAL SKIRTS of all colors, CLOAKS,
SHAW I.S. Ladies* CHOK-N ?? n?rf?.|
will make it an inducement to purchasers
to givens a call. ELCHS A LEON.
Jan 18 t? between Main anti Assembly.
LUCHS & um. j
Washington Street, between Main and ?
HAVE on hand, and are constantly re?
ceiving, a splendid stock of GOODS,
CLOTHING or all descriptions.
SHIRTS-Linen and Mermo.
CRAVATS, TIES anti STOCKS.
And n general assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. \
With a complete assortment of
ROOTS ANO SHOES,
Which wc offer at the lowest cash prices.
Call and bu convinced. Jan IX 6
HERE ?$ YOim MONEY.
At Columbia, S. C.,
4 RE prepared to RECEIVE and FOR- I
J\. WARD, BEY, SELL or STORE any
ARTICLES consigned to.them.
Their connection with a House io Charles?
ton warrants them in saying to Shippers
and Consignees that their facilities ar? un- |
surpassed. All goods marked to their
care from East, West, North, South, or
I any corner of the State, will reach them
i through their agents established at va?
rious points, through which Goods reach
Columbia, S. C.
Their SPRING STOCK OF GOODS, for
filling Merchants' anti Consumers' orders,
by tho package, at reasonable rates, they
hope will be complete.
Advances made on Goods and Produce in
jOr-Cliarleston Xeu-s, Chester Standard,
Charlotte Times, Laurensville Herald, New?
berry Herald, Spartanburg Express, Green?
ville Mountaineer, Anderson Intelligencer,
will copj twice, anti forward bills.
Jan IS C*
?UKE 101?R LIVES.
APOLICY OF LIFE INSURANCE IS
THE CHEAPEST AND SAFEST
MODE of makfaig^a certain provision for
I ono's fLinilv.
Nothing is so uncertain as lifo.
Ko provision is perfect that is contingent
I upon Oe duration of your life, tvhich is not
I bumed ate.
The ?dy IMMEDIATE provision is that
provided by LIFE INSURANCE.
It pnvides a SECURITY to tho family
of every man engaged in business.
It is'a species of property that costs
mithin; but tho premiums; it requires no
repair.-, has no taxes, calls for no oatlays,
and itsconditions do not change.
! Callen H. E. NICHOLS. Agent for the
following OLD, RELIABLE anti POPU?
LAR tl FE INSURANCE COMPANIES:
MTS\, OF HARTFORD, COSN.,
A (...et? $2,000,000.
(LOBE, OF SEW YORK,
As.cta, nearly $2,000,000.
KOKVI CAROL.IIVA MlTTl'Ali,OF RA
LEIGH, Aaset*, ?carly $1,000,000.
CORSER OF WASHINGTON AND AS
SEMBIY STREETS, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jan H 3m
RECEIVED THIS DAY
From Now York direct. >y
A largo and fresh supply of
Which aro offered to t he public
AT REDUCED PRICES.
NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK
SUGARS-Powdered, Crushed, Coffee
COFFEE-Java and Rio.
Rico, Chocolate, Spice.
Tea, Cheese, Corn St areli.
Raisins. Mackerel. Lai|l.
Baltimore' Hams, newj Bacon.
Candles, Kerosene Oil.
Potatoes, (minns, Ac
A full stock of
Consisting in part of GIBSON'S WHIS?
KIES, Hennessee Brandies, Oin, Hum,
St. Marceaux A Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa,
HENRY N. McGOWAN, Salesman.
GERVAIS (OR lilURGE) STREET,
OPPOSITE THE STATE TIOITSE.
IN ORDER TO MARK ROOM FOR
GOODS TO ARRIVE, V* li OFlT.lt
OUR STOCK OF
HATS AND CA TS,
BOOTS, SHOES; kc,
All in necil of any of the above-men?
tioned GOODS, will find it to ?heir in?
terest to call and examine.
SHIVER & BECKHAM,
Jan li! 5 Next door to Shiver House.
J. I. MIDDLETON. JR..!
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
HAS established himself in D ALTI?
MORE, at the Counting Room of
Lambert Git tings A Co., No. ."'8 Buchanan's
Wharf, for the transaction ii a SOUTH?
ERN COMMISSION BUSINESS-sales of
Cotton, Rice, Lumber, Ac., and execution
of orders for Purchasing (?rain, F lour, Ac,
for which Baltimoro is thc best market.
Messrs. LAMBERT, GITTINGS A CO.,
will aid him in the same, and to them ?r ti
r him orders for purchases, with funds or
property in hand, or consignments, may be
addressed. Advances will be made by ac?
ceptances in New York or Baltimore, to an
amount to bc agreed upon. Jan 1(! 0
WA. HARRIS, Agent to Purchase or
. Sell Real Estate. Prompt attention
given to any business entrusted to his
care. Office^ for the present, nt his resi?
dence, corner Gervais and Dull streets.
I Columbia, S. C. Dec. 3
Plantations to Rent.
ON the 1st MONDAY in February, at Co?
lumbia, by order of the Executor of
the late James* O'Hanlon, will be disposed
j of to the hignest approved bidder, tho
j LAND belonging to said estate, for the
I vear 18f>(>, and known as the Singleton and
Log Castle Tracts. They aro superior cot?
ton and gi.vin lands. (Ul or 71) bands can
be advantageously employed on the Sin?
gleton place, and about 20 or 30 at Log
Castle. W. A. HARRIS, Agent.
nunn k mm,
OFFICE IX CO ITOX TOWS,
COL1TMB? A, SS. O.
WILL store or attend to thc forwarding
of COTTON, PRODUCE, FURNI?
TURE and GOODS entrusted to their care.
Will also sell HORSES, MULES, CAT?
We pledge ourselves t > u?o every endea?
vor to promote the welfare of those who
may favor us with their patronage.
J. M. CRAWFORD. L. 1'. MILLER.
0?- Charleston AV?rs, Newberry Herald,
Winnsboro X*tes, ('bester Standard, Abbe?
ville Banner, Anderson Intelligencer and
Greenville Mountaineer will publish two
weeks, and forward bills. Dec 30
TO MAKE KOOM FOR
SPMNG & SUMMER STOCK*
WHOLESALE AND RETAH, OKA!.Kits i V
Large & Well-selected Stock
DEDUCED PAIGES ? *
J\_ colors and qualities.
French and English MERINO.
Black and Colored ALPACA.
Opera. White and Ked All-wool and Cot?
( ;. NoHAM, JACONET, SWISS MUSLIN.
JEANS CAMBRICS, PAPER CAMBRICS.
.Bleached and Unbleached HOMESPUN.
Linen and Cotton SHEETING.
SHAWLS, LADIES' CLOAKS.
HA TS and BONNETS, tr'mcd and uut'd.
BONNET FRAMES, RIBBONS.
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RUCHES.
Dl iiLE and other Paney Dress and
Handkerchiefs, (doves. Hosiery.
Cuffs. Collars, Hair Net-.
breakfast Shawls. Sontags.*
Hoop and Balmoral Skirts, Corsets.
Veils, Coatc's and Clarie's Spool Cotton.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OK
GEM'S FlliXISIilMi GOODS !
Over, Business and Black Frock COATS.
PANTS and \ RSTS of all qualities.
White Linen and Woolen OVER-SHIRTS.
Shaker, Merino, Woolen and Cotton
UNDER-SHIRTS and DR A WE HS.
Socks. Suspenders, Collars, Wristbands.
Neck-Ties, Pocket Handkerchief's.
Hats and Caps.
Fine Pegged and Suwed Boots, Gaitera
Together with a largo and well-selected
stock of Plain and Fancy
FLOUR, BACON, CHEESE, BUTTER.
LARD, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR.
Whole and Ground Spices, Candles.
Fancy and Common Soaps.
Soda, Indigo, Copperas, Blue Stone.
Madder and Logwood. ^
Plain and Fancy Crackers.^
Herring.* and Mackerel, by1-dbe barrel,
half barn i and kit. V
Sweet Oil, least Powders. -**
Carbonate of Soda, Concentrated Lye.
Fancy and Plain ('undies.
Sugar and Fancy Toys, Sardines.
Cotton and Wool Cards.
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Scissors.
Tobacco and Segars.
Together with a large assortment of
goods usually kept, and too numerous to
ALSO, ON HAND.
A la-rgo stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry repaired.
Old COLD and SILVER bought.
New and second-hand WATCHES bought.
KALB'S PATENT Ll M HS.
HARTMAN'S PATENT !". LAST I ? '
And FAIRBANK S SCALES.
BETWEEN PLAIN ?fc WASUINGTON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.