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BY JULIAS'1!'SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C.. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1868. : VOLUME IV-NO. 8&:
?UBLISBKT? IJAILT AND TBI-WEEKL?.
EVBBY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AND PBOPRIETOB.
Omeo on Main Btreot, a row doors abovo
Taylor (or Camden) street.
TERMS-IN AD VANCE.
Daily Paper, six months.ti 00
Tri-Weekly, " f?.2 50
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Inserted at 75 oonts nor square for the first
Insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent.
Weekly 75 cents eaoh insertion.
MW A liberal discount made on the about)
ratet when advertisements are inserted by
the month or year.
Lexington-B. J. Hayes.
J. B. Allen, Chester.
S. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H.
James Grant, Union.
Julina Poppe, Anderson C. H.
LOST SISTERS FOUND-A CHILD
STOLEN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO.
The Galveston Bulletin says: Ono of
the strangest incidents of domestic
life that ever came nnder our notice,
occurred on Tuesday of the present
week. The story is thus told: Mrs.
Bowen is. a widow of forty-one years
old, ?whose hnsband died lost year
with the yellow fever. Thirty years
ago, being theu only eleven years old,
and a residentof Comanche County,
Alabama, her eldest sister married
an 1 removed to another portion of
the same State.
This marriage was uuhappy. The
husband was unkind. The only child
of this marriage was a daughter,
whioh was stolen from school, and
seems to have been reared in almost
total ignorance of her family. All
that we know of the child is that she
is now a lady of twenty-nine years
and resides in her native State. About
a year since, Judge Dean, of Batts,
Dean & Watson, received a letter
from this lady, saving that she be?
lieved her annt resided in Galveston,
and that she desired to know of her
whereabouts. After inquiring, he
fonnd the missing aunt to be Mrs.
Bowen. The ladies were put in
communication, and the one in Ala?
bama assnred that her mother, from
whom she had been stolen, was dead.
Thus matters rested until last Tues?
day, when a Mrs. Martin, at the sug?
gestion of a mutual friend, was in?
troduced to and visited Mrs. Bowen.
Daring the conversation that fol?
lowed, it became plain that they were
sisters, and that Mrs. Martin was the
mother pf the Alabama lady who was
stolen twenty-five years sinco. Thus
the two met and were recognized,
after an absence of thirty years, with
never a strawberry mark on the left
arm of either. Ono sister has been
a resident of Galveston fourteen
years aad the other eight. Both are
happy in the meeting, and in the
prospect of soon seeing the daughter
of one and the niece of tho other.
GOLD IN AFRICA.-The latest arrival
by steamer, from Europe, brings ad?
ditional news of gold discoveries in
Southern Africa. Tues discoveries
are in the country North of the
British possessions. The auriferous
rocka and sands are found upon the
tributaries of the Limpopo, which
finds its way to the sea upon the
Eastern coast of Africa, in the coun?
try ^ of Mozambique. These gold
regions aro claimed to belong to
Macen, ohief of the Bamangwato
nation. Alarmed at the threatened
invasion ol gold hunters, the chief
addresses a plaintive note to tho Brit?
ish authorities, saying that the ap?
prehended invasion consists chiefly
of British subjects, and appealing to
the representatives of hor sovereign
Majesty Queen Victoria to buy out
the mines and relieve him of all
troublo and responsibility ou account
Tho Transvaal Argushsui an enthu?
siastic aoaount of theso mines. It
alindes to a statement mario a year
ago by Herr Mauch, that it would
ultimately be proved that the new
African gold fields were richer than
any in California or Australia. The
Argue states tbat the specimens exhi?
bited at the time of the penning of
ita editorial are so rich that a state?
ment.concerning them would bo re?
garded as fabulous. The country of
these rich deposits is said to be
healthy and abounding in game-one
huuier being able to supply thirty
mon with food.
At a sobool at Wallsend, npar
Newcastle, Englaud, the master asked
a class of boys the meaning of the
word "appetite," when, niter a short
pause, one little boy said: "I know,
sir. When I'm eaten' I'm Vppy, and
when I'm done I'm tight."
A HUNDRED YE AUS IN A BISON. -A
certain housebreaker was condemned,
in the latter part of tho lost century,
in France, and under peculiar cir?
cumstances, to n hundred years in
the galleys, and strango to relute, this
man recently mado his appearance in
his own native province, at thu ad?
vanced age of 120 years, he being
about twenty years ot age when tho
sentence which condemned him to
such n dreadful punishment was
passed. It is difficult to conceive
what tho feeling must have been
with which he returned, ns soon as
emancipated from the shackles which
had enthralled him for a century, to
breathe onco more the cherished air
of tho scene of his infancy. Bonrg,
in the department of Ain, was his
native home, but time had so changed
tho aspect of the whole, that he re?
cognized it only by tho Church of
Bron, which was the only thing
which had undergone no alteration.
Ho had triumphed over laws.bondage,
man, time, everything. Not a rela?
tion had ho left. Not a single being
could he hail in acquaintance; yet ho
was not without experiencing the
homage and the respect tho French
pay old age. For himself, he had
forgotten everything connected with
his early youth; even all recollection
of tho crime for which he had suffer?
ed was lost, or, if at all remembered,
it was a dreary vision, confounded
with a thousand other dreary visions
of days long gono by. His family
and connections, for several genera?
tions, all dead, himself a living proof
of the clemency of Heaven and the
severity of mau, regretting, perhaps,
the very irons which had been fu
malinr to him, and half wishing him?
self again among the wretched and
suffreiug beings with whom his fate
had been so long associated. Well
might he be called the patriarch of
MARIUED WITHOUT GLOVES.-A few
days since, a young gentleman und
yoong lady appeared at the parson?
age of an eminent clergyman of this
oity, for the purpose of having their
respective destinies united in the
holy bonds of matrimony. Every?
thing being ready, tho clergyman
aforesaid was about to proceed with
the ceremony, when the young lady
discovered that she was minus the
kid gloves so necessary on such occa?
sions, whereupon she requested her
affianced to hnsten to a store and pro?
cure the indispensable kids, telling
him to " be in a hurry or she might
change her mind." The clergyman,
witnesses and intended "brido waited
some time for tho return of the youth
with the gloves; he didn't come.
They waited longer, and still he
failed to put in an appearance. The
matter at last being really serious and
alarming, the clergyman took his hat
and proceeded, post haste, in search
of the truant lover, whom he found,
after a diligent search and many in?
quiries, quietly seated on the veran?
dah of the Park House, with his feet
elevated on tho back of a chair, and
very deliberately puffing a segar. On
being asked to explain his singular
conduct, be carelessly remarked that
he " was waiting to see if she was
going to chango her mind." They
were married, however, after two
hours' delay. - Oltaica (ill.) Republi?
GOOD.-Wo understand that the
negroes of Beech Island, S.O., and
its neighborhood, are calmly but
confidently awaiting the division of
lands, mules and other property now
held by tho whiten. They understand
the election of Grant to be equiva?
lent to a homestead, and nothing to
do for the rest of their natural lives.
When their expectations are realized
and tho titles to the aforementioned
property obtained, we should like to
seo the grant. The only way in which
any of the poor deluded creatures
will ever become possessed of pro
Eerty of any kind, which they can
old under the light of day, will be
by the " sweat of their brow," and
the time is not far distant when this
truth will be sorrowfully, but sternly
For Mayor of the City of Columbia.
WAR? NO. 1-T. W. RADCLIFF.*?.
WARD NO. 2-JACOB HUSSUNO.
R. L. BRYAN.
O. Z. BATES.
WABD NO. 3-W. P. GEIGER.
W. T. WAI/TEE.
WARD NO. i-EEWABB HGFK.
R. W. JOHNSON.
G. A. SHIELDS.
UNIMPEACHABLE. - indigestion- ]
tho most fruitful gonefator of disease, BO |
common as not to bo considered danger?
ous- slowly and surely sapB tho founda?
tion of health; for, with impaired diges?
tion, it is impossible for food lo afford
strength to the system. Dyspepsia inva?
riably follows this disease, and dyspeptics
owe all their sufferings to indigestion.
Nervous and sick headache also spring j
from derangement of tho digestive organs.
Persons of sedentary habits frequently
suffer from thoso ovils, which aro attended
with a nervous irritability of temper, ex?
tremely unpleasant to others and a source
of misery to thomselves. HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTER8 IIRS boen found tho
Bafest and best means of removing all di?
gestivo obstructions, as well as bracing up
tho failing system. Those WIIOBO occupa?
tions aro mental recognize in this propa-1
ration tho perfection of medical skill, as it |
soother ihc excited brain, headache disap?
pears under its potent charm and tho pa?
tient rapidly regains health and strength
by its rcstoriug power. To tho aged, SB
well as dclicato ladios and childron, it is
admirably suited, as it possesses tho qua?
lity of invigorating without excitement or
An immenso amount of nnimpeachablo
evidenco can bo produced to provo that
Hostottcr'B Stomach Bitters is unequalled
for its prompt and ever reliable action in
alleviating and curing all diB< asoB of tho
stomach. Its superior excellence and con?
sequent renown is readily accounted for,
from tho well-known fact that it is made
under the personal supervision of tho pro?
prietors, in strict accordance with phar
maccntio science. Nov l t6_
.'MANHOOD."-Another New Medical I
Pamphlet 'rom tho pen of Dr. Curtis. Thc
Medical Timi* says of this work: "This
valuable treatise on the cause and cure of
premature decline shows how health is
impaired through' secret abuses of youth
and manhood, and how easily regained. It
gives a clear synopsis of the impediments
t<< marriage, the cause and effects of ner?
vous debility, and the remedies therefor."
A pocket edition of tho above will bo for?
warded on receipt of 25 Cents, by ad?
dressing Dr. Curtis, No. 58 North Charles
etreot, Baltimore, Md. May 27 ly
MR. EDITOB: Ploaso announco MAJ.
JOHN ALEXANDER as a candidate for
tho office of Mayor of tho city of Colum?
bia. Maj. Alexander is a property-holder,
and this is ono of tho groat elementary
doctrines of the Democratic party-that
property-holders should bo elected to
office Tho Democratic press has been
opposed to tho great majority of tho mem?
bers of tho so-called Legislature of this
Stato because they woro non .property
holders; therefore, tho friends of Maj.
Alexander propose his name, and know
that ho has friends enough to elect him if
ho will consent for his name to bc used in
tho canvass. Maj. Alexander is tho com?
ing man, and will bo certainly elected.
No cliqno, composed of packed clubs, but
ono ot tho people's choice.
_NovJ_ _jy?X POPULI.
Figs, Raisins, Nats, &c.
TO hand, this day, a full assortment of
Mediterranean FRUIT, consisting of:
SMYRNA FIGS, Btnall packages.
Muscatel Raisins, loose.
London Layer Raisins, new crop, quar?
ter, h>tlf and whole boxes,
/.mte Currants, by thc barrel or retail.
Pecan Nuts, Ivica Almonds, Filberts, Ac.
10 boxes Extra Messina Lemons, large
Thoso arc all of lato importation and aro
offered at low rates, by
tfg- Orders from tho country, accompa?
nied by tho cash, promptly attended to; or
shipped by ExpresB C. O. D._Oct 31 _
Codfish and Salmon.
KITS SALMON and CODFISH, at re?
tail, just received.
MACKEREL, in whole, half and quarter
barrels, and kits, on hand and for salo bv
Oct 29 J. A T. R. AGNEW. "
"Beware of a Cough!"
IF you havo a slight Cough, attend to it
at onco, and avoid a greater ovil
Consumption. Tho "TAR AND WILD
CHERRY COUGH CURE" will relieve you.
It is good for Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Sore Throat and Consumption. A safe
and cheap remedy. Only 25 cents a bottle.
For salo by FISHER ft HEINIT8H,
October 2'? f _Druggists.
Onion 8ets, Onion Sets, Onion Sets.
JUST received, a choico lot of ONION
SETS. Now is tho timo to plant them.
For salo by FISHER & HEINITSH,
Oct 31 ._Druggists.
New Bay Mackerel.
QA WHOLE AND HALF BARRELS
OU NEW MACKEREL, for salo low by
Sept 17 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Choice Goshen Batter.
CHOICK GOSHEN BUTTER, jost
opened and for salo by
SQ'** 2 J. * T. R. AGNEW.
Hams and Bacon Strips.
1 AA CHOICE SUGAR-CURED CAN
JAJU YASS KD HAMB,
200 Choico Sugar-curod Baoon Strips.
Just received, and for sale low by
J*6}jto?rj?_ J *_T. R. AONEW.
Nata ! Nuts I Nuts I
Y^?GLISS WALNUT?, Bru.'.il Nuts, Pe
Xii cans, Filberts and Almonds. Jnat
received and for aale by
Oct ll J. ? T. R. AGNEW.
A CABS. I
Tho undersigned, having auld his entire
interest iu the Hotel known as tho "NICK
ERSON HOUSE," in Columbia, 8. C.,
would take great pleasure in recommend?
ing his friends to continuo their patronage
to tlin new Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has had charge of tho
Hotel for me, for a year past, and will
continue to have the entire management
of the Hotel, under thc new arrangement.
I feel assured that the House will main?
tain its former reputation as a first-class
Hotel. T. 8. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Septombor 1,18G8.
Opening of 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 ot tho com?
munity, in the gastronomic department, a
careful perusal of the following list of
good things can scarcely fail of interest:
SMOKED BEEF, Smoked Beef Tongues,
Extra Now York Sugar-Cured Pig Hams,
Extra Now York Breakfast Bacon Strips,
Pickled Fulton Market Bocf and Charles?
ton Shrimps, Pickled Salmon and Pigs
Foot, New No. 1. 2 and 3 Bay Mackerel;
New No. 1 Scaled Herrings, fine; Prime
New York State Factory Cheese and
Goshen Butter, just in; fresh Crackers,
full assortment; fresh Now Hulled Buck?
LIQUORS AND WINES.-This department
is fully stocked with tho choicest assort?
ment tho combined markets of tho coun
try can furnish, and will be sold guaran
teed as represented in every respect. Al
of which aro offered at low rates by
Oct 29 _GEO. SYMMERS.
HISTORY OF THE NEW SCHOOL
and questions involved in tho dis
ruption of Presbyterian Church, in 1838
By J. Baird, D. D.
Children with tho Poets. By Harrie
Tales of Algeria, or Life Among tin
Ab-Sa-Ra-Ka, Homo of the (.rows, bein)
the experience of an ofticer'? wife on tb
Talks with a Child on tho Beatitudes.
Tho following new Novels:
Gold Elsie. From German of Marlin.
Moonstone. By Wilkie Collins.
Dallas Galbraith. By Mrs. Davis, autho
of Waiting for the Yerdict, A'C, and man
other new books, at
DUFFIE .V CHAPMAN'S
Oct 4_Book Btoro.
THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS,
ALL work in the department of me ch:
nical construction exeouted wit
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
THE OPIUM HABIT, and sketches .
Coleridge, DeQuincy, and other opiui
About Woman, Love and Marriago, I
Saunders, author of Salad for tho Soutar,
A Strange Story, by Bulwer. $1.00.
Agassiz's Journey in Brazil, with plate
Lifo in the Argentino Bepublic'in tl
dava of tho Tyranto, by Horace Man
Barnes on tho Psalms.
Cameos from English History, by Mi
i Old Dower House, by Annie Thomn
And an assortment of new London ai
American Books, for children, from
cents to $1.25. For salo at
Oct 14_ BRYAN St McCARTER S.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
THE undersigned in fun
j ^2^*^^ his friends, and the pub
^?t^>^Jt^. gent rally, that be has i
* mmb ?oeived a largo and sch
asfortment of SINGLE and DOURI.
BARREL GUNS. RIFLES and PI8TOI
CARTRIDGES for all kinds of Om
Rides and Repeaters constantly on har
SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS, all
which will be sold low for CBBII.
I GUNS and PISTOLS made to order a
repaired at short notice and moderi
price. Cash system rigidly adhered to.
Oct 7 P.W.KRAFT
Machine Oil and Belting.
FOR sale by
__MayJU _ FISHER A LOWRANCE
IN store and for sale hy
Au? 29 FISHER k LOWRANCE
*Mf3m%3?s WEhavo largely increa
aBrfKS^mir stock of CARRIAGE ?,
SB W TERIALS, and now offer
boat selected etook, the greatest vari
and at the lowest prices to bo found in
city. Our prices are lower than tho sa
goods can oe purchased in Chariest
We have also opened a bande?me as-<
ment of Harness Mountings, whicl. wo o
at our usual low prices for cash.
Soptember 19 J. A T. It. AONEV
Gun-Powder, Shot and Fuse.
DUPONT'S RIFLE POWDER, in wh
half and quarter kegs.
Dupont's Blasting Powder.
Dupont's Cannister Powder.
Safety Fuse, Shot, Lead. ftc.
For ?ale low by J. St T. R. AON RV
Sugars and Cottee.
-| n BHDS. PORTO RICO SUGARS,
JLU 50 bbls. Refined Sugars,
75 bags Rio Coffee-, all grades,
15 bags Java and Laguayra Coffee.
For sale low by_B. St. G. D. HOPI
Russia Gin Bristles,
? ?RESSED and undressed, for sale b
Jj FISHER ft LOWRANC
i)AA POUNDS COTTON GIN Bl
ja\)\J TLES, just received and for
by J. 4 T. B. AGNE1
WE have remodeled our RESTAU?
RANT. Will daily rcceivo OYS?
TERS, Fish, Gamo, Venison, Ac,of ehoico
quality. Our motto shall bo punctual at?
tendance, moderato prices, and a dosiro to
please all. As usual, our W1NE8, Li?
quors, ScgarB, Ac, aro of tho best. Give
us a call and judge for yourself.
LUNCH from ll to 1 o'clock.
JOHN CROWLEY & CO.,
Opposito South End of Harket.
Oct 29 JSmo
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
Assembly Street, Opposite the Market.
THE undersigned respectfully notifies
his patrons, and tho public generally,
that ho haB made arrangements to bo
supplied, daily, with tho best OYSTERS
and FISH. Will alBO havo the choico of
tho Colombie Harket.
Has a commodious room or private
His LIQUORS, WINES and SEGARS
are tho best.
Families can bo supplied with Oysters.
LUNCH from ll to 1 o'clock.
Givo mo a call.
LOOK OUT FOR TUE BIG LAMP.
THE . CAROLINA HOUSE,
(?Q LOCATED on Washington street,
l^Snext to Rrcnnen ic Carroll's, is now
..under tho solo proprietorship of tho
undersigned. Tho best of everything, in
tho way of WINES. LIQUORS, ALE, 8E
l GARS, TOBACCO, etc., kept on hand.
LUNCn cverv day at ll o'clock. Givo
1 him a call, and test tho correctness of tho
assertion made abovo.
| _Jiinel9_ RICHARD BABRY^
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's China Store.
J. t'LEXDIMJCC, - - - Proprietor.
*[email protected] * &
HAVING thoroughly fitted up tho above
establishment a? n. RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnish visitors with tho
best ot EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in tho very best m vic. by one of
tho finest cooks in tho city. SUPPERS
furnished at short notice. Families sup?
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
constantly on hand. LUNCH every day at
II o'clock._Dec 10
Fresh Crackers, Cheese, Batter, &c.
i)K BARRELS FRESH CRACKERS,
?O consisting of Soda Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers. Egg Biscuit,
Butter Crackers, Cream Crackers and
10 kegs Choico Goshen Butter,
25 boxes Prime CheoBO,
100 Choico Sugar-Cured Hams,
Together with a fresh supply of Rio,
Java and Lagnyra Coffees, Muscovado,
Porto Rico and 'Refined Sugars, Candles,
Soaps, Canned Fruits, Pickles, Extracts,
Tobacco, ScgarB, Ac. For salo at our usual
low priceB. J. AT. R. AGNEW.
**** Bagging and Rope.
1 Arv PIECES GUNNY AND BORNEO
40 coils Greenlea! and Hemp Rope.
_ For sale low by E. A CL D. HOPE.
English Bairy Cheese.
ff A BOXES English Dairy and Cutting
Pi.iO Apple and Young America Cheese.
For sale by E. .v_G. ?. HOPE.
-I f\f\ LBS. Pur? Spanish SMOKING
?\H I TOBACCO,
100 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For sale low by E. A t?. 1). HOPE.
Cotton for - - -
Cotton for - - -
Cotton for - - -
OFFICE WOODWARD, BAL
LIBERAL CASH AD
IT PAYS TO SH
MARK E. COOPER,
IT JS OUR INTEREST TO SI
October 2 Imo
TO BE INSV
H. E. NICH
18 A POSITIVE
SINCE tho war, we have paid to our cit??
TWO TUOISAM) OOUAK9.
Having thus saved that large sum to a c
readv to save more; and we submit that lin
Mil.UONM OP HOLLAHS we represe ul
necessary to seenro it.
INSURE AND BE SAFE
Wo represent the following Companies, al
O.PKBN, of I.I vu pool ?ml London .
UNDBttWktlTKUK* AOK??CY, of ?? w
i BECUUITY, **
HOME, of Ntw IlMTcn .
PUTNAM, of Hartford.
UNION, of Baltimore.
GEOHOIA HOME, of tolunibnn, ??or
ALBEMARLE, of C?.-r!?t?eir??!f, Vii,
SOUTMIBBN MUTUAL, of Athen?, U'o
" Wm,- WOOL: WOOL.
K f\f\f \ LDS- clean Washed WOOL.
eJ?v/v/\J wanted, for which wo will
pay 40 conta per pound, and upwards, ac?
cording to quality ana quantity. Clean
unwashed 2^ cents, delivered at depot in
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON.
"WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS, -
COTTON FACTOR and COMMISSION
MERCHANT, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston, 8. C._Rcpt 3 5mo
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE undersigned having
taken charge of tho above
well-known HOTEL, ro
_Tspectfully informs his
friends and tho traveling public that it has
been REFURNISHED, in all of ito depart?
ments. The tablo will, at all times, be
supplied with tho best tho Market affords,
including every delicaoy in season, while
tho cuieino will bo unexceptionable. Tho
Bath Rooms attached to tho Hotel aro sup?
plied with tho celebrated Artesian Water,
and Hot, Cold or Shower Baths can bo ob?
tained at any time. The same attention
will be paid to tho comfort of tho guests
as heretofore, and travelers can rely upon
finding tho Charleston Hotel equal to any
in tho United States. The patronage of
tho traveling public is respectfuUy solicit?
ed. J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
Jan ll 3mo Proprietor.
BR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFERS great inducements to his Pa?
tients, and the public, in the way ot
GOOD WORK and VERY MODERATE
PRICES. Tcoth extracted without pain,
or any subsequent ill effocts, by nso ot
Nitrons Oxidicr Laughing Gas. Office on
Main street, over Gregg's China ?-torr.
DR. D. L. BOOZER,
HAVING obtained from the ??llVreirt
patentees of the profession, rdUCt
rights ol' thc latest improvement in DEN?
TISTRY, is prepared to do all kinds ol
DENTAL WORK with neatness, durability
and despatch, at tho very lowest rates.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Office oa
Main stroet, Columbia. S. C., three doors
North of Agnew's. Yulcanized Rubber
Plates inserted at $25._May 2 ly
A Pleasant and Instructive Pastime.
Dccalcomania; or, Magic Transfer.
BY moans of this novel, interesting and
simple process, a beautiful Painting,
either landscape, figure or flower, oan be
pm. in any book, Album, or any kind of
fancy box, on -glass or porcelain, giving a
pretty finish and ornament to any article
on which lt may bo placed. A few boxes
just received at tho LADIES' INDUSTRI?
AL DEPOSITORY. "Oct'JtL
BY MRS. M. W. STRATTON.
CORNER Gervais and Assembly street?,
Columbia. S. C. Convenient to the
(?reenville ana Charleston Railroads, and
tho business portion of tho city.
Rates of transient board-$1 i per day.
Lodgings can be obtained with or with?
out meals, at any time. Kept ?10 3m
Drags, Chemicals, Medicines, &c.
WHOLESALE and Retail, Quinine,
Calomel, Blue Mass, Salts, Mor?
phia, Chloroform, Patont Medicines, Oils,
Essences, Pills, Ointments, Queen's De?
light, Ao. For sale at low prices, hy
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Oct 8 DruKcistss. Columbia, S._C._
Nomination for the Mayoralty.
WILLIAM M. MYERS, ESQ , is n candi?
date for tho Mayoralty. :md will bo sup?
ported hy his
Ma\ s" NUMEROUS^ FRIENDS.
- - New "STork I
- - Baltimore !
DWIN ?Sc CO.
[P FOR HIGHEST PRICE !
of Georgia, Agent,
HARDY SOLOMON'S STORE.
ULYS YOU WELL.
OLS & CO.,
ons. for L'pVaeS by Fire, abom NI If ET If -
otumnnitv too reduced to lose lt. we ntand
. couifort'and protection of the TWENTY
i, is more than worth thc email outlay
-FIRES WILL HAPPEN.
1 of which occupy thc Tory flrt-t rank in the
.A*??.*?, $10,000,000 lu ttolct.
York. ? 3.500,000
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.. ?. roo ooo
. ... .4 300,000
glu . .. 400.000
?inm. .? 400,000
l g I a. ?i 400,000
I. E. NICHOLS ?fc CO., A?ml?,
OVER AGNEW'S, COLUMBIA, S. C.
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