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KY JULIAN A. SELBY.
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Attend the True Event.
COLUMBIA, S. G., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2G. 18GG.
Tri-Weekly $5 a Year
VOLUME ll-NO. 16OL
i JLJLJLJ X JIJLV-I?J.LVL-A^
p? rCBLISHED DAILY .WD ?KI-WI?KKI.Y.
CVEUY WKDNKSDAY MOUXirSO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATK ANI> CITY PliINT?i:.
TERMS-IN A D VANCE.
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Weekly 75 emits each insertion.
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rates wliea ailreciiseiuents ore inscrird l>y
the lilOidJi or year.
Special notices 10 cents a line.
S. p. Kinari!, Newberry.
Samuel Droutbitt, <i?.i ville C. II.
Wm. Moon-, Abbeville C. li.
Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
S?><-?-<-li of .Tollu Quincey Admits.
An itu tn published Tuesday, in
formed us that this gentleman hat
made a. speech at a conservative meet
ing in Boston. As the New Yorl
World remarks, ancestry docs not gi
for much in this country, brit when ?
man speaks who has thc; blood of tvvi
Presidents in his veins, and whos
lather ranks among the most euri
neut of our statesmen, his speeel
will ut. least be listened to wit
marked attention, lt is understood
that t he opinion expressed on natior
al affair?, by the younger Mr. Adami
are the same us those held by hi
father, Charles Francis Adams, til
present Minister to (?rent. Britain.
The following are extracts from tb
speech. On the admission of til
Southern States, he says :
"Look at Congress to-day. insis
ing, as it does, that its rights are J
danger if these ten States are re-a<
m it ted to Congress; it claims and v:
cruises ti right to hold out of tl
Union almost us many States as evi
strove to go out, and it imposes tl
same condition of further Constit
tionol guaranteer as tins price of
renewed, much as tho sccessionis
did of acontiuued, Union. 1 conies
as a matter of Constitutional law ai
common sense, apart from the inte
of individuals, I see very little
choose between the mau who takes
State oui of the Union because
cannot get Constitutional gu?rante
to suit lum, undone who keeps a Sb
ont of the Union until lie eau c
Constitutional guarantees to suit hi
In Doth eases we must look fort
evil principle precisely where tho i
li ti cal theorist would have indicat
beforehand, in tho inherent wea
ness of written constitutions, \vh
the fear of ambition ol' a dwindli
majority tempt them to overstep t
limits of the organic law to av
their own humiliation, and the :
vent ti) power of a rival party whii
of course, appears to the still doi
mint faction an i usu lierai de calami
Now, 'my friends, tiii-i is the i
danger which Congress would av
from us. ft is absurd to suppose t
the bold and able men who h?
wielded tin; whole jmwt i of
North for years are much alarme?
the return of a beaten and brid
remnant whose power has pas
away, whose prestige is gone, :
whoso burden is about as mud
they can well bear, lo mingle in
deliberations of Congress. No;
organs of Congress make no sci
t hat their real apprehension is not
South, but the North-no longer
men whom they persist in treating
alien enemies, but their loyal fell
citizens of the Democratic* pa
It is to secure their dear people fi
the unutterable woes of Democr
rule, ?md to perpetuate theinestin
blessings of their own administr?t
that they are willing to postpont
definitely a true, restoration of
Of the proposed amendment to
Constitution, he remarks:
"Passing over the strange anon
v<.f recognizing th?se? Slates, whie!
* 'have ascertained by our commit
lo be too wicked to bc permiti??
Vote upon the. simplest matte
statute law- nay, not even on <?
tions of finance -where surely
Immun being, be he ever so r<
lions, could well give more foolia
dishonest votes than ninny of
radical friends as are still in
Union, and ?afeiy reliable, so ii
to pass upon the gravest chang
our organic law, and that too u
ati open bribe; allowing nil tin
tho sake of the argument, what
we gaiu by our move? Conj
says we shall secure ourselves tig
another war, and take newgnarai
for peace, but. I confess I ca
see how. This ?lo.a seems to me
a part of tho general theory sc
valent with us timi a statute lias
i>uwur u) cuange tue minds I
ot' men; the same theory winch!
teaches that intemperance ran bc
abolished by law. Why, gentlemen,
was there auy hick of Constitutional
law against secession and rebellion,
and ?lid it prevent the lute war? No
piling of amendment upon amend?
ment will prevent revolution and
anarchy so long as the policy of the
majority compels the minority to hato
thc organic law, and tenches, by ex?
ample, the whole people to disregard
or evade it. [Cheers, j Will evil dis?
posed men stand moro in awe of
your newly tinkered Constitution
after you have yourselves impaired
its sanctity by trampling it under
your feet, as they at least will believe
at tho .South, to servo a temporary
purpose, than they did when it was
enshrined as a thing apar!, in every
thinking mind? Why, gentlemen,
this seems to me as absurd as if thc
miller whose Hush boards had been
carried away by a Hood and his dani
shaken to its foundation, should tear
away the beams and planks from the
base ol' his dam to heap upon its top
to secure it from the next freshet.
The foundation (d' the Constitution
and the Union is in tho love of; the
people-nothing else. [Tremendous
cheers.] If you loosen this founda?
tion you prepare its sure overthrow."
lie concluded by saying:
"Gentlemen, there is but one safe
path for our feet, bat one unerring
guide for our steps. If we stray
from that path l'or any temptation,
no matter what its offered delight
may be-if we abandon our guide,
wt! shall wander loug in blind paths,
and may probably perish miserably
at the last. That path is the teach?
ings ol' the men who formed the
Union, ?ind that guide the Constitu?
tion of the fathers ol' the Republic."
New Goods !
FRKM'iyp ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS !
rpHK subscribers have just received,and
J., will open T'llS MOUSING, a low iu
voices, comprising a neat assortment of
CLOTHING, ENGLISH and FRENCH
CLOTHS, CASSIMEUEN, Xe. heing the
Jirst ;nt,?"4<i'i"ii tothiK vity for the season.
Our UK VI kV-MA OE GOODS are princi?
pally from oin* own manufactory, and aro
made up in the latest style's.
our stock nf mat? rials ftir manufacturing
embraces ? very style, and will ho mad.- np
to order al the shortest notice. Our cms
tamers in the countrj are iuvit -1 to call or
send their orders, when they will bc
promptly at tended ; i ..
We will abo open shortly, a tine assort
meal ol' HATS, of the various stvh-s in thc
We invite the attention of our visiting
friends in tho city lo these late arrivals,
?-cling assured that we will bu abb lo give
satisfaction tn all who desire to supply
Elli. f. HFIELD,
Kc bl _ BEDELL'S HOW.
h WM ll l lbli,
GIBBES a HUGGINS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
"YTtriLL take ills KS ?il lair rales 041 PllO
V\ I'EKTY, in thc following responsible
Metropolitan Company, ?iew York.
('.ipital il,H?tt.:..><!.. Surplus ?tM?.lHX?.
Continental Uompany, Kew York.
t ipilal ?f?Ot),000.Surplus i 1,032,000.
[This company has the largest surplus,
?md its stock rates higher than any other
insurance company in Now Yoi k. 1
National Tire and Marino Insurance
Company, Hew Orleans.
Capital $300,000.Surplus $-10,000.
Hallie Fire Insurance Company,
Capital $200,000.Surplus ? 17,(Hiti. |
North American Fire Insurance Com- j
pany, Hartford, Ct.
Ja pit al ?100,000.Surplus ;'.tS,000;
These companies have all been .. onset! I
>v the i ^niio;roller-Genera! <d" the State oj
il.utii Carolina. GIB1VES A HUGGINS,
S.-p! ?i t'.' Insurance Agents. j
BALTIMORE LAGER BEER.
,)/\ bi?LS. by Express.
?\ I Aug :to JOHN C. SEEG KISS A CO. :
Sweet Opoponax firom Mexico!
T1HE most elegant and essential personal |
I requisite Cor a I.?.Iv, "Extract of Sweet '
Opoponax." E. T. s?>ii Ell A CO.,
Sent iii 6ino New York.
MOLD h. the TRADE CHEAPER than
O any other Match of the kind in market. !
Sept52mo CALNAN A KREUDER. I
SWEET OPOPONAX FROM MEXICO! New,
very rare, rich and fashionable perfume.
The finest over imported <>r maunfactured
in tin; United States. Try it and be con?
A NEW PERFUME! Called Sweet Opoponax
from Mexico, manufactured by E. T. Smith
& Co., New York, is making a sensation
wherever it is known, ls very delicate,
and its fragrance romain? on the handker?
chief for days.
[Philadelphia Keening Haili lin.
SWEET OPOPONAX! New? Perfumo from
Mexico. Tlie only fashionable Perfume
and ladies' delight.
SWEET OPOPONAX! The only elegant Per?
fume. Is found on all toilets, and never
stains tho handkerchief.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Is the sweetest Ex?
tract ever made. Supersedes all others.
Try it once; will uso no other.
SWEET OPOPONAX! Ladies, in their morn?
ing calls, carry joy and gladness, when
perfumed with Sweet Opoponax.
THE LAMP OF LIFE.-The glow of health
and beauty is nowhere moro perceptible
and beautifully attractive than in thc
ruddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. Tho com?
plexion is radiant, and the lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure blood. Tho Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, tho great blood purifier, is a
cleaning and searching medicine-giving
strength to tho feeble, invigorating and
restoring the old; cleansing and purifying
tho young. Tho Queen's Delight and Sar?
saparilla is for sale by Fisher & Hoinitsh,
MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY-An
Essay of Warning : ? 1 Instruction for
Young Men. Also, Diseases and Abuses
which prostrate the vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Sent free of charge in
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Aug 15 :?mo
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated* Toilet Soup, in such
universal demand, is made from thc
choicest materials, is mild and emol?
lient in its nature, fragrantly scent rd, i
ind extremely t>?-M?-i??-ii?.i in its action
upon the skin. For sal?: by ail Druggists I
mil Fancy Goods Dealers. March 28 Iv
BATCHELORS HAIR DYK.
Th - Original ami Best in the World.
The only true and perfect il AIR DYE. 1
Harmless, Reliable and Instantem ?ins.
Produces immediately a splendid Mack or
latural Brown, without injuring tho hair |
skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad ?
lyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
s signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE- !
?ENE KAT IN G EXTRACT <iK MILLE
[.'LEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying |
ho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.! j
Oct 25 ly ^ New York. ?
A NEW AND GUANO EPOCH IN MEDICINE.
Dr. Maggie! is the founder "T a new modi- '
.al system! The ?pian tit arians, whoso vas I
Hiemal doses enfeeble ?he stomach and j
?araiyze the bowels, must give precoili-nee
o tho man who restores health and appe
ite, wi.h fror, one to two of bis cxtraordi
uiry Pills, and ures the most virulent
ion s with a box or s<> ol' his wonderful ami
ill-healing Salve. These two gr?-at speck?
les of the Doctor aro rast superseding all
h.- stcrcotypetl nostrums ?d'the day. Ex
ra<irdhiary cures by Maggiel's kills and
Salve have opened the eyes of the public to
lu- inefficiency of the iso-calh-d) reni>-tli< s .
if others, and upon which people have so
ung blindly depended. Majfgiol's Pills are !
mt ol' the ?-lass that are swallowed by Hie
tor.eii. and cf which every box full taken
reates an absolute necessity fer another, j
?ne or two of Maggiel's pills suffices to ;
ibu-.- the bowels in perfect order, ton?- the I
?omach, create an appetite and render the \
pirits light and buoyant. There i< no
riping and no reaction in the form of eon
tipation. If the liver is affected, its ftinc
ions are restored; and if thc nervous sys
oin is feeble, it is invigorated, This lasl
uality makes thc modicums very desirable
ir thc wants of delicate females. Ulcerous
nd eruptive diseases arc literally extin
uished by the disinfect .mt pow? r of Mag?
ier? Salve. In fact, it is hen- a. jounced
hat Maggier? nilton.*, Jh/tipeptit'and Mar?
inna Pil?t cure where all others fail. While
ir burns, scalds, chilblains, cuts :ind all
bra-dons of Ihe skin Mangier* Suire is i:i
illibh-. Sold by .1. Maggiel, ll I'm street,
Jew Voik. and all druggists, at ~S> cents
er box. ' .lulvjM Iv
Auction and Commission.
L\r T. WALTER, having purchased thc
VV . interest .d' F. E. DURBEC in the
notion and Commission Business,bogs t i
dorm tho citizens that he will emil hun
ie business at the old stand, where ho \\ di
a prepared to buy and si ll Stocks, bonds,
oin, Reid Estate' and all other articles,
haukfiil for past favors, thc subscrib? r
enid solicit a continuance of tho sam .
.1 uly lil ftu2mo W. T. WALTER.
^^^^ 11 AV [NO omened in y . Uli. v
.erry, (opposite the Catholic Church, ) on
ssembly street. D. P. GREGG.
1ENUINE SPANISH SMOKING To
X BACCO, from tho Factory ol .luau
Aug 18 JOHN C. SEEG ERS A CO.
Spades, Shovels and Manure Forks.
DOZ. AMES' SPADES ami SIIO
l*> doz. Rowland's ami Thomas' Spades !
25 doz. Manure Forks, assorted qualities. :
Just received and for sale low bv
Se;il 0 J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Paints, Uii?. Window Glass, &c.
]7?OUii THOUSAND lhs. pure WHITE I
Jilli gallons Haw and Boiled Linseed ? ii!. j
IOU gallons Spirits Turpentine.
With a full assortment ol I ?ry and Ground ;
Taints, consisting in part of Chrome
Green, Paris Creen. Chrome Yellow, Drop- j
black, Lampblack, Litharge, Venetian Ked, j
Spanish Drown, Yellow Ochre, Umber,
Sienna, Vandyke Drown, I'russian Kine, I
Vcriuillion, black Lead, Pumice stone, l'a
tent Dyes, Ac.
A full assortment of Carriage and Purni- !
ture Varnishes. Japan Window Glass, faint
Brushes, .Vc. Fur sale low b\
Sept ti J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
2() Errs EXTRA .v.>. i KEW A; VCKE- :
. 20 kits No. i new Mackerel. Just r?
I ceived and Tor sale low bv
Sept 5 J. A T. lt. AON KW.
j Butter, Lard and Fulton
C^Hi >iCE Ml ?I N PAIN BUTTER.
J Ti tine Leaf Lard.
? Firat quality Fulton Market Lei I.
j Large Pickled Ox Tongues. Just received i
and for sale bj J A T. lt. AGNEW. ;
Soap! Soap! Soap!
ON'. HUNDRED boxes first qualitv !
F VMILY SO A?*, just ne, ived and lor ;
j sale low bv the box and at retail h\
Sept r> " J. A T. li. AGNEW. !
KEAL FLAVORING EXTRACTS Ec
nein. Tine Apple-, Vanilla, Strawberry,
j Almond', Ac. Just received and I ir sab .t
j fair prie.-., >.,.? J. A T. R. AO NEW.
Sugar and Coifee.
ONT. HUNDRED bids. REFINED SU?
GARS, consisting (d' Crushed. Tow
! dered, < inundated ami Ext ra t '. .tte- Sugars.
I 50 bids. Muscovado Sugars,
j Kio bag.-. Rio, Maracaibo and Java Cof- !
te.--. On bau.! and for salir at low prices b\ .
Sept 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW. '
rr/\| Ri'i.s. CHOICE NEW FL?? ..
*)\ "L from m .'. wheat, just received and
foi salo low by J. A V. lt. AON KW.
J7V1R tb-- information of ail oouo-iuoii.
wc state that ..ur terms aro< ASH DE
FORE DELITERA uF GOODS. ? ?rd. rs 1
sent us from countrj and elsewhei*' will
receive no attention uute&t iirvom?nn?ed\
with cos/, to pay the hit:.
Aug 12 J. A T. R. AGNEW. j
Segars, Tobacco, Sec.
Together uah a gi ?ul assortment ol .
Chewing ?tti.l Kniokinj; TOBACCO, embrao
in-- the eel. ? i .rat ed Durham Smoking, Jenni :
Lind and Solace Chewing. For s:#e ,ti
wholesale ami ?.< tail a: low pri.-.s bv
July 27 J. A T. ll. AGNEW.
REAL CANTON GINGER.
i> CASES genuin.' CAXTON GINGER.
Jit -le. i received and for s de al lair pi ices
bv . J. A T. R. AGNEW. \
iLic and Porter.
ONEHUNDREDdozi n Loudon PORTER
and Edinhurg ALE. Just re? eic, ,1 ?md '
Ju- sale by J. A i'. R. AGNEW. !
Jellies, Pine Apple, &c.
/ 1 ENTINE RASPBERRY, r. al TEAR,
" ? g- miine I'.anaua, rt al Oran:,e. L,. nu?
il ..! Tine Appli , rial Plum genuine
At.pl' JELLIES; also, genuino Tim; Apple
and real Teaches, in hermctioallj'-sealc.l
."..tus. .lu.I r. e. ?Voil au.i for sale at fair
m ic. . bv J. A I. R. AGNEW.
Cream Tartar, Soda, &e.
J> EAL CREAM TARTAR, nenuiiu SODA
V and leal S.YL.'KE \ ! I 'S. Ju- ; received
and for sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Hubs, Spokes, Fellot .>.
JUST RECEIVED, a full assortment <.!
Hubs. Spokes and helloes, suitable for :
Carriage ami Wagon-mak.*'rs, which '..d' bc
July I I " ' J. A If. R. AGNEW.
Musted! Mustard ! !
1< VSl-: FRENCH MUSTABD, ?md a Tull
. assortnv nt i Loudon Mustard, in bot?
tles, cans rmi . ' bulk, Ju>l r.e..v..I per
Sb nor, and ? . ale low bv
.>ily 11 J. A T.' R. AGNEW.
VIT'LL assortment of best qnalitv
i'a- dorl ii lo I LAT. SAWS, from S
:.. im li? in diamet? ?. ju.-t ree. ?vd and
for sale low bv J. A I". R. AGNEW.
FIRE fi Bl MIL,li PROOF SAFES,
rpifE undersin ned have b.-cn appoii t- !
.1. .iceni, for I hes.! superior SAFES.
These Safes are ma.ie willi three Hanges
all other safes have but two. Thev have
Tow.!. r Ti-.,.d' Lock?, ?ind ?he locks and
holts are ; roi.-.-b .1 with plates ol har.leiu d
st.-. !. which is the only protection against
t!:?- bu. i.i.s drill ami'theiu ?eriiosi of pow?
der. A . - ., warranted free fromdanipm si.
Whil - theno Seite.? have no superior iii
quah. \. ihi y are furnished at moderate
pine :it l?nst 25to 33,', per cent, ?os* than
ll? i: - s and ..Iber makers, while thc
quality cannot 1>. surpass? !.
A sample Safe can be seen at ..'ir store,
and nrdura will !??. taken at New York
prices, with expenses >.f transportation
added, ami no charge' r??r forward i III; in
Charleston. J. .\ !'. li. AGNEW.
General Insurance Agents, S
T> EPRESENT, among others, thc ibllowii
.11 QUEEN'S INSUHANCE-COMPANY ?
i/cd ?-:i 11 ?mi C2,00t>,(KK), or nearly.
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY. Sew York- c
INTERNATIONAL, NYw York capital and
SECURITY, New York capital and assets
I [OME, .New Haven- capital ami assets....
MANHATTAN. Now York capital and anne
NORTH AMERICAN, New York capital a
HOME. Savannah, Ca. capital and assets.
SOUTHERN INSURANCE AND TRUST, i
Risks taken on BUILDINGS, MERCHAN]
tions Household Furn it uro. Rents, L'ases
perishable to loss or damage by fire, on th
able in gold or currency, and losses prompt
.LI NA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, H
Thi.s lihoral and g> lierons company present
lit'.- is mu-i rtain. and who desire to make a
..ho otherwise might sulV- r when thc-v aro ,:
SELL EN* 'II AN tl E < > N NEW YORK, in si
Int. ?nal I! venin- Si.mips, of all deriomin
B'S"" Ollie?;, for t he pr?sent. coru?-r ..t' Wasl
.ETNA LIFE II
Assets, .lillie, 1N!1(?.
I noonie for year ending June, ISvl't, ov
1?>.>?' POL?ClES?ssued in June, HMS
,->.>.) Fiftv per tient, dividend ?lechar
TEN CW M KN T Ll FE AND A
2V0 JV- FOR J
i'jii.ihiii will bc im nr.-.1 ..n a single Life, whe
TH ?S !S THE ONLY NORTHERN
The indy certain provision for your fal
|>o not ?b-Iav to place those rn ar and ?
.Tub JJ. Hmo Corner of Assi t, ly ai
Ti mm III.
. THE UNDERSIGNED
^-'''^l.h having lea-ed the above
nained POPULAR HOTEL, j
gs leave to inform her
.eis and ti . traveling public I
generativ that she will he pivpared for the I
RECEPTION OF VISITORS mi and after
September :>. I Sf ?G.
The table will be supplied with thu be?! I
tin- markets alford, and uu < Sort spared I
(..make ii A FIRST-CLASS lb H'S!'..
Mus. D. .'. SPECK 1
Columbi?. S. C., Sept i.iber I, I .VA 1
SHIVER HOUSE. ,
HAYING DISPOSED ..: nc HOUSE for
ii terni ol years to Mrs. D. C. SPECK, I
who is weii known in tho ed\.. :-.nJ to the
publie a: larg.-, as a popular Hotel-keeper I
ami a worthy lady. I tak. gn-at pi- asure m
recommending 1e r io uiv friends and the
publie generally, and fi .1 no hesitation ml
saying, one visit to her lh?us.- will induce I
mother. Call and give her n trial.
Lu taking leave of my friends amJN pa?
trons, for Mrs. Shiver, I return grateful
thanks, and recommou.l Mrs. Snook as her i
successor. W. SHIVER, j
Mationa H ote?, j
No;;, the Greenville and Charlesion !
CO L U M Bi A , S . < '.
. t THE publie i-, iiiformod thal the
. Y:';T ab..ve hotel hus just bsa a finished,
.SiUiSLatul oontaius now furniture through- I
>ttt. for thc accommodation of TRANSIENT
md REGULAR BOARDERS. The very
..-st that the Markets afford will be lound j
m his table, prepared in excellent stvle. I
Passengers will bo eonvevi-d lo and from 1
?thor ortho depots 1 REE' OF CHARGE, j
\iso, VEHICLES furnished to carry pas-j
. i :igi-rs io an v part of t he town or ?*ountry. i
?.'mc WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TO
?ACCO. etc . eau be obtained in the Sam
ile Ri mut connected with thc hotel
Aug 7 R. JOINER, Fronri, tor.
iHAVE REMOVED :.iv shop hom the i
corin rot' Taylor and \ssembly streets
o tim hu nearly opposite thc Express Of
iee* ult Taylor street, where i will always
... found, readv t.-i secute, in a workman
ikeniantu r, all work in the RLACKSMITH
"iii line that may be entrusted to me. 1
inpo, by strict attention to business, and
mploying none bul I5rst-?d:iss hands, tn
ontiuue to receive that liberal patronage
,-hieh has heretofore bi-en cXtemUid tonie.
Ta-. ! .r st., b. tu.-? II Sumter and Manon.
'crt door West if UK' /'<>*! Office.
*i-v,",?,,r ^^^fl ^3?> ? ^ CM7
TREVET & BE il AG-HI
\roULD respectfully inform their
i. and the public in general
at.thex. have opened :v RESTAURANT at
e a!...v.- place, where the very best of
.-rv ; bing m tho way of eating ami drink
g catt bu obtained at ahixrt notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
Lt NCH every dav ?'-om ll lo i o'clock.
1 LM0ST e.pial to Hain.-.
i_ Aug SO JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
tock and Exchange Brokers,
3XA7 S3. O.
ig well-known FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES:
if Liverpool ami London-autbor
apital ami assi t? over. :?,OOO,?OO
assets nearlv. 2,000,uo"
ts.'. 1, U 0,000
nd assets. 760,000
. - 500,000
iavannab capital ami assets.... 500,000
?IZE, COTTON in store and on plauta
, Mortgages and every description of pn>
e LOWEST TERMS. "Policies issued pav
artford capital and assets nearly $1,060,000.
s giieat inducements to those who feel that
CEUTAIN provision for those near and dear,
ums to suit, at the usual rates,
ations, fur sale.
dngton ami Assemhlv streets. Sept '.tt?mo
S SI: RANCE CO.
. DI VIDENDS declared and paid annually .
wi January 1, 1866.
LL ENDOWMENT POLICIES.
< El TA BL E.
re the physical condition is unexceptionable
COMPANY THAT RENEWED ITS
IS AFTER THE \VAR.
oily is a policy o." LIFE INSURANCE,
har above the contingencies of accident ul
II. K. NICHOLS iv CO., Agent?,
ad Washington streets, Columbia, S. C.
I .1/ ttw. Sion of the (roldfn Pail-Luck.
A !.' tdd. assortment of Table and l'ocket
A CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac, in Btore
and for sale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
Arrest the Murderer ! !
AMOST DIABOLICAL MURDER waa
committed near the town of Chester,
S. C . on the night of the 22d Julv, I860,
?.omi the body of tnv brother, ALEXAN
t, LR D. WALKER, two of the murderers
(negroes) haye been arrested. Tho third,
a white utan, known as BILL MORRIS,
,1'i.ts CHAS. DEREM, ulins WYLIE MOR?
RIS, is still at large, and is described as
follows: Tall, spare-made man; grey eyes,
of a peculiar look; short, thick nose; low
forehead; round, lean face; somewhat
hump-shouldered; black hair, with a few
grey hairs; about thirty-seven years old;
weighs about 140 pounds; sneaks slowly,
and, when speaking, twists his mouth to
the right side; heavy, dark heard; bas
been wounded, as well as can be recol?
lected, in the right arm, near the elbow;
with small and bony arms: wore dark coat
?nd dark linen pants. The above murderer
i- a notorionsncoundrel, amibas recently,
in connection with a band of negroes, been
engaged in various other bloody outrages.
The above reward will bc paid for his
arrest, or for any information that will lead
to his apprehension.
JOSHUA H. WALKER,
Aug 22 ('hester, S. C.
The Lamp of Li't'e and "Way to Health.
For ?til cure nf nil ll/nse Tfiseases har?
ing tlii-ir origin in a vitiated condi?
tion of t?o' human system, amt those
arising from ont/ departure from tin*
hues ff health, imprudence in tiring,
over-taxing nature, from lott great in?
dulgence of every hind - fitting, tiri rm -
ing, working- -ichereby nature suf?
rTMI IS chemical extract will be fouina au
1_ invaluable restorative cordial for all
liseuses arising iront an impure stat? of
the bio,..]. Cutaneous, eruptions, such a*
Soils, Tiiuples, Carbuncles. Pustules,
Blotches, Roughness of the Skin, Scaly
?Vppearance ot the Cuticle, Tetter, Ring?
worm- and itching Hu.Hors of the Skm,
:his purifier will remove, and impart
lealth and a life-glow to thc complexion.
For Erysipelas, Scrofula or King's Evil,
Ithcumalism, Bains in the Bones, Stiffness
uthe .l.?nt-, Ol.l Ulcers, Want of Blo. d
n the Parts, Syphilitic Sores and Ulcers,
md Impaired 'Constitutions arising from
:.diseases, and from the too free use
. r mercury. For General Debility, spring?
ily from Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Weak?
leys and Pains in the Stomach, Liver t.'olu
daint, or want of action in that organ
?rodueing pams in the side or back,affect
ng tho Kidneys and bladder.
Pe?nales, at the period of change, will
iud it the best restorative to health and
itrength, from all those weaknesses and
lepressions of .mind and body which fol
OW at this tune ol' ?ile.
Persons traveling South or living in warm
lim?tes, and all nuacclimated, w ill timi the
Queen's Delight a greil protection from
ll those diseases which originate in a
hange of climate, di? t and life.
Its properties as a remedy were first int?
roduced to th?' notice of the profession b
>r. Thus. Young Simons, of South Carolina,
s early HS 1S23, as a valuable alterative re
ifdy m syphilitic-affections,and othersro
uinng use of mercury, pr. Simona' state
tents have been endorsed and extended
y Br. A. Lopez, of Mobile, and D. H. IL
rest, of Charleston. From the reports in
- favor, there seems no reason to doubt
efficacy of this medicine iu Secondary
philis. Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseases,
bronte Hepatic Affections and other coni
laints benefited bv aSerative medicines,
or sale bv FISHER Jt HEINITSH,
June 20 Pharmacists, Columbia. 8. C.