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Loxo-, August 1.-The Roman Catho'
lie Cathedral it Frankifori, built in 1425,
wIS bin'lled this morning.
The Orand Turk has returned to Con
The (u:tiker City, on an excursion to (he
holy Latu., has been quarautined at
Naples. The exenmrsionists are i111nant
A meeting bims been IaOd between the
King of Prussia and the Emperor of Aus.
The Turles persist in rofusing the joint
inilulir*y rega-lrding tnt'air's in Candia.
11iancrjt hias met Ilismrck. Th' inter..
View was cordial. lie is to uect tle King
''hle Queel hl3an signed t bhe reformi1 bill.
- Ans, Allgu 1O.--luvectious throuptioit
e Emnpire l'or 13InIeInbe. Or t1e Council
t:Shocw ieuvy opposition prins.
Losin,.Augst 17.-The r:%in storm:sill
contine 11 broighot.lt tle cn0111n1ry, 111 it ii
thoglh.tIlo10 crops will su1fer severely ill
81. A121s're., A\ugust 17.--Farragut's
E-Pladron has, ar-:ived at CruOn.dIt. Thle
usual courlesisi occurred.
Cr Ano,.\gust (G.-The annuail ].eni
pinn oi .k place . tlo-day. All tile military
com1panie3s in31l 5,3)l citizes' were present.
Fight.s were ithe order of tihe daty, and blaciek
eyes 111 bloody n1ose1 3 ruled. John heon
a11d was fatally stabbell.
Couu l. l-ero). Antgust. ll. - Numuber r'eg
iterd to day 762, of whoi 212 wero white
and 50 colored.
Wii 3.1oiros, August 16. --Tot regisi ra*
lion for two w irds -whites 12:,; blacks 53'.
Tho phace of regitation was crowded to
dIay, an-l :iorg. n*um.e; v Al. i u iv
register or wani.o ltim .
Ri On.loo, Auigust. 16.-'1he Ceitrail,
llil fle and Fredericbur 1h11 wt r1ds 11 have
all suistainledt damage from11 washes. (t Ohe
Paniville Rould, ak freight lrainl broke'. through'1
the bridge near Powhlatan Sttin, UKilin
at fireman and badly wounding"' two oth -
Was3niuvo.', August 17.-Iniernal rove
111e re-C0eipts Io-day $192,000,
cient to susanin thie fl.>Od. There Were
no t rai.s to.day 11ie to North n1or thelece.
Tier Was a full Ct'.binet to-d:y---liinck..
ley representin e the Attorney-General. The
case of 111 wL. dicused, a.l it. vas
11'0 Ill- 11cd(l k) hICI 1133 l'!21 I call~l
of THilliay Justic, and' "give him leaIve of
A Fenian National Congress is to lie beh
in New York on ihe' 21st. inint, 'to take'
i1to cnsideralio tel preent. policy and
Posit oll or thle brotherhood."
Jir IIon! i.A u:.3t0t. 11..-Thero hns been
thle great't 1ain1or sveral year:<. Maly
pa1114rl of . the y C'0.,1m4, and- mlill fold
flctories 11in11 2aniZe1. All H(' railroa'S
have tlIoppv : there haive h .! v l aci
dn soi, resulin ill los of life; to e11111oyees2,
1mi n1o pasemgers inje, !Zo far. as known.
The wealivi 14 st ill showelr.
NMw O2 sus.M Aulgh1t. I 0---The first. 111o
of new coton- -good midling- --soul at. 3.
A elegrm1111 from (senl Grillin Saye thle
Indian.; attac'ed liulfalo Springs, 'Texas,
but were repinlted.
The Au.'trian ste0mer Elizabeth has
arrivdvl here, with at large number of ref'u
W33.mu :oo, Augm ~iit. 17.--.l3'lrwo
disaliproves the changes in the Tennessee
'I'he volunte er olioors on1 dutly in thie
fSouth will bo munstoretd oat. ats rapidly ais
Weather clear and cool--travel has been
lIternal revenuo rec'eiptls fo-d:y S5387,
OfN : for litho *2eek, S.',2:I.1000.
(fti. McCall and Mr. Edgar, of tie con.
p1assary department of Fort 1 ari'ker, have
b pnahced inl tho glu:.rdl hous to preven1t
CuAuI.2S11x, A igis, 17--The totil
number re:istered to-day is 677-222
witles, and 45") blacksj.
Ni:w Ou.nANs, Augut li.---Shcid:n's
a~nticipa teud election1 order'i was: issiuedl 0o-daly.
It prov5i les t.wo day13s for thu elct 31ion--SeCp,
1' tember .1 27 1and1 211. ''ie conlvenion 3 is to be1
R1oard of- (It egistr~ation3 are3 ordered'01 to COmO
mene3o2 the-0 revlision of thle r'olls and11 0inal
reg".3tra ion1 10ow'teenl days bet'ore11 the elc
o eieh I Par3' ih i3 doiel natd. Th1 0(1other pro
con113ne1ct to1 1he1usual detals of1 aI general:3
election)1, e3xcep1t the following: Sect ion 7.
Shlonlhl v3iolence0 or frau1d b10 per'potrated at
any13 (of the vot ing precine't33' , Oin 1ho dalys of
13ection2, the llen3ders5 will he punished20 in
the3 severes5t mannor303, 11nd3 the3 eletion wit tin
ther1e prac(inlcts will ho0 polled2 over0l againl,
under01 the3 prlotctio3>n of Unlited 8tates
V33irgii, wh'Iichi arr'1ivedC a fews .3 d'ys sin1ce from
* Newv Oleans3, wals r'obbed on1 Wednesda~o~y,
duinig t.he temlporar13y absence10 of 111nat ;3115
* yeslterday3,3he 0was1 observed03 settlin3g. TIheo
* vesse3l' wasi found deser21ted, and3 a1 dea~d man11
- found aboard.
The11 bur1glar1 pr'oof safe of' A. W. O'Biekn,
of Cornishu, Mainel, wals openo1d and ro(Abbed
.., of $20.00t0.
To-.day's specie respor'ts amoun112t to $170,
S'aNalsu, Autgust 17.-Sixteen of the
most opulou Count is inl 'orda. hav'.e
istcredl (1hus far', is 8,160; 1,703 COlor'ed,
andl 2,588 whlite.'.
3' IticiISoOn. August. 17.--The City Coun-I
oil, this5 eveningl, ad~oplted at prots to CGen.
Scooll algainst. tho city having to support
& theo rppers and3 negr'ocs wlho haive em1igra1t,
(ed to the0 city since thio war.l
i53ri Jefferson Da1vis1 arrived her this
Lascas!Arni, PA'., Autgust 17..--Rev, U. W.V
ran1 8.vnod, of Penns15ylvainih, died wileII
administerin 1'12g (lhe Lord.0's Supper~" to his
fa tn3ity,I3 Wllwa algodl 91 yearsi.
Wa 'sntisc-aros, August. 12.-The rep1orts
atbout thie resignaltionl of the President. are
"4 !Iousseaut 1has5 ariveid and1( will have an3
inter1viow with the~ Rulsian binuister to
Tho icotlhg of 11he U~nr to 0031nsider1 the
fttended2(. A cominttleo was appol~inlted to
inves ot igate 3and( repor't, and1( tho0 meing
then~l ad3j ournmen101t.
W 3AsniN(1Iros, Auigut 12.-Th-Vle Preslidenlt,
t. 101 o'clock this mor3Ing, senit. Sttanton a
3331313tmifatio 1033 ep0onding him 3 fr'om rofio,
18 'lelrotalry oft War213, ned( direc'tinlg 11im3 to
rasfor1 thon bok and1 rco0rds5 of ,ihe oliloc
o Gr (ant, Wilo had13 been 03mpowere'd to 110t
a ~ Secretary'I of WarlI 3,31 nterimf. At theo shni
our1 au3thor2ity wals sent1. to (Gra'nt au1tho~r1.
33 nlg h3im1 to act as5 Secrtrlly of Warul adi 3in
uties32 o1' the otlice immed31(itely. At noons
10nying33I the PresOIdonII 3(0t's ig tI neriio 3
a3sfiutionl and1 lawss to 8uspen him311 1331with
It (lhe consen3t of thie Sena1'o, 01' legtl
u3so, but1 inasmu~hlh as. tho (Genora'l com)1
andlling thle atrmlies oftho Unted Slautes,
o had no0 alternlativ0-hut toS sulbilt, und(e32
rot1 3111, 1o superi.'r for'co. GArsnts hasl 'as.3
tua1.1 3 ebarigo of 11he War Depar l~3tmen, aml33
appeareid at1 the0 (.ab.inet 31ue1ing held1 to
day, for the purposo of considering certain
questions Wth regard to tho territory ro.
cently acquirod front llussiia.
The papers presented by Dunham alive
Conover, as a ground for pardoi contain
no words limpugning Ashley, Bullor or ot ho
persons. Thoie which professed to disclose
the plot were filed af.crwatrds, and appa
rently in diair of procuring a pardomi
without theill. They ate altogether dist iniet
fr:i the origint pardon Itapers. There is
high authority for sayinig Ihat when ilhe dis
closittres cam officially before flite ['resident,
la decided o sbubmit thema to tho public
wi Ihout farther investigatiou, and without
any atteipt to gathor th additional evi.
deicie which wa: si aid to exist.
It is oflicicially smated that the value of
New orleans and Urotrtoi Hailroad aisign.
eto t the United FtatV ink part patymnt of
o'ia tecont. detalcattion, is not, affeeled bly a1
Iort ga held by the Fourth Natiozinl
L'aidk oi New York.
The first comamunicathni from the execu.
live departmient to General tirant, erevte a
lary of' Wav, atd hcrn:6. wi is issued at, 2
. . -day, and refers to Louisana mnat.
teur. The order, it in sai- oi good atibor&
ty, is in harmtony with the views of Cut
FIurher changes in the Cabinet are pro.
Internal llevenut to dn, $1,0G2.000.
l;At~i Iu :, August 12.--'l.< corner
Atore of tIe imo ito. ery under the auspices
of the order of l'atsionists was laid yemter
day in presence ot 6000 per.sons. There
were :100 Catholics in procesion.
Nin Voir, August 12.-Senator Ira E.
l"iria denounces I he letter in the New York
IA Ail as a forgery.
Wasr uInv'o., August I !.-The President,
through (general Urnit 1, has instructel
Geite-ral sickles that. io order can be issued
nty tle hatoe coirtitn wit I tIt process of
h . ai- Corim. -truitus revokes Ur.
hilr V). Ii0 interftel-ingt" wil eiv: reecetily
adjudic:tteld by Chif J tstice Chase of' Nori It
Shidan [ ~writ es to Genera1l rant Coio
phiining thatit ilu,:;seaut's general
d 11ano towildshimd i not Such as the
Cotomanding tienoral Or the ditrict has a
right to expect.
ianon tand wife hlas gone to Boston.
Siantont's son :etains a cleikship in I ho War
Depart ment. Grant is very btsy there. No
visitors are adittitel.
dol It. Ninkarl has9 beeC ppjoinited
l'.14t m ast etr at Si . Wa It hIsia.
Paynnister It. .\. IASyc4 ha isudacir
culor discrediitine thoeports of payients
on tadulent t discharge-l intpers, and Conl
chtele bly staing alit bonldamen are re
sponldble for illega d! br:11et by puly
Attorney-C eneral Stanbery is at Capen
.igs inl hild health.
Yesterday's Cabinet imeeting was tho most
larmoniious for month1s.
l'o-t:a3 's revenue . 18t.000.
An l aa dich says that the Slioux
Intdian are banding 1 eei iher and crossing
the Platte for a i1itle at Pluin Creek Silt
Iion. .\dvice inilicte t hat host ilities are
I'stoWliocs are revived and aew ones open.
Vd every day th1ron!.ot tho outh.
WIr.LMIN-TON, Augus 12!-Cro0at apathy
is itaiietted by the whhies in regardl to
reist raoi in, which will begin on the 15th
lzium~ensn, Augnet lI.--Cenernl Scho
field -.i-ued an orier to-day fromt which the
Iollowing is an extract
li iliary Commissioners are reninded
tlit in the discharge of their duties, they
are to I be governed by the laws of Vir'ginio,
So far as the same are not in conflict, wit h
the laws of the United States, or orders from
theo hedcutarter's, and that they are not to
stjpersede tile civil nuthorities except in
cmes of necessity. In such cases, the a
tion of failure to act of tIto civil authorities
should be fully reported, in order tihat ilia
Commanding (nieral may hold them to a
Irolper accountability for any neglect, of
8hotiell wrote a let ter to the City Coun -
oil, til, evening, atkin ' what amount of
city debt was contraeted dtrinig the I war.
In itie case of' Wmil. ,Jamels, Collector of
Int ernal P ~venute, for t his District, two in
diittlits wetri tuase to (day int the Unii
elo-t Fatesl Conut, andi ho is nw being ttried
fo' receiving a br'ibe of $10,000 fromt a (dis
Mnletri-:, August 1'2.-Trhe enseof... Major
Itn t .n, atrr t el Satu rdaty for violation iof
he Civ'il liights hill, w'as tr'ied to.dlay bo
IYaro Commnii,ior Tu'rnier. hlortonl was1
bailed in $2000 to appear before the United
Ntw,0aimiaxn, August. 19.----Int (alvesteni
the death ls front fever for the week endinig
Patluday wee otneI hutndi'ed and eight.
There wove eighty-ono inte'erets on Sattur
day, an intcrease of teni over' the previous
daiy. The treoops arc thusti far exempt~t.
A mnessentger from Corpus Chr'isti reports
the fa:r as had there. It had ulso appcar
cd at llouston.
S-ix hunidredl colored troops h o been
s;ent fromt irazos to New Orleant, to be mnust
Pendleton, o1f Culhper, a former memttber of
Congr'oss, arr'ivedl here this eveing, hatviing
beent arresfed ons a charge of perjury in
'Te case of Judge Hienry WV. Thlomasq, of
F'airfax, who arived hiere last ntight uinderi
arrest for hiavig violated the Civil liights
bill by refusaing to take the negro testimno
nty, htiashben not tor te neoxt, termui of the
Untied States Court. lie was bailed to asp
itotht pat'tics wer'o indicted by the grand
Nr w Onumu.sa, August I4.-Admniral To.
f2lthoff arrlived lasut eveinig, and will await
he order's of t ho Aulstriatn (Governmtent.
Nxw Onti.~xs, Autgust 1.4.-It, appear's
that General Sheridant was wrong In the
promlisus takeni it Special Order 110, re
jectimng James Condont tromt thle Kitlona
planttation, and14 inistallig Marik hloyt, on
thte ground that Conidoin still r'emainied it
possession,-althiongh the coutri, htaving nto
jttrisdictioen, hand dlisised Ih linjunction
issuetcd by it restr'aininug action as statted In
tile or'dori. .ThIe ease it st ill . oitn th dooket
for' trial next sessiont,.and the dlepty marnt'
shal was5 ini possessioni by order of the
court, whlen ejected by the order giviing
ptoosson to Hloyt. i'ho United States
Marshasl will refer the matter to the Attor.
Livuinroor, Atugust 14--F1ow Chiow ad
v'icos report thtt 1,0010,000 ponids of thle
tnew crop of tea have tlready beent sold.
N i w Yotutx, Auigutst. Tho following is a
riutilmary' of thio :ablo ntews:
Thle Foderal steamers-t lartford antd "Wy
oinig founad the Chuineso pirates ott thue
istland of' Formosa, wh~ens they reftused Ito
sutrrende~r thte mutrdIerers of the crew of thim
,Aioieicton liark flover. After shellitng the
shlde, several boat loatds etfooted as landing
ttd alhatp fight, of five-honrs ersued- Fif.
tacin oflicors anid mfon wer'e ennl Atruuk. iIeut.
MoIlinaid was'Wounded. The ighting pasrty
withijlrew. butt theo bomnbar~1dment continue~d,
tuntil theo nattives diappeared, whnz .the
Vessels left the Meo.
'Tle Chtinese r'efuseOd ta i'odotto dollit
ooited by Maiilan.
Garibaldi Is tL Shenna renowing .prepa~ra
.tions for a moe. ,pgainst, lIombd
It lat ruored that, OmaartPasha, oommand
ing in. Caundia, has resigtned,
t'..mitnt Mitt h'3 ha's bntn' ec~nnena to
ten years inprisonment.
Negotiations etween Dennik and Prus
sia aire progressing aiia(bly.
Squth American News.
Nw Yonic, August 12.-l'a1nam advice
state that, quiet hat been restured through
out tho Coluubian btates. Mlagdalin
however, still holds out. Alosquera
secret archieves contain docuttins provin;
Mosqttera's anti-AmicIn E11ning..
h'i'h 'eruvian Congress hatt ordered i
gold metial for Jirer,0 on account. of bI
ervices in behalf of relublicanisni ,i
AmIerica. President Prado had beel ap
pointed Minister to Ialexico.
The Chilians were itdignant at the decia
raioun of a defensive wtar agaisit S %tpain
They wanted an oficusive war.
Nrw Yotuc. August I t.--Ar-riviid, tchoon
er Ira lhidsell I'rein Savannn it wih se-e
rat suanan sick. Ono dicxi on the voy,
WIV~~urn os, Augntst, 1..--Ollicial notie<
in given that on i and af1 er Ot ober I a irs
orter ixed light will be exhibitet from As
santinigte, en the Virginia uoast, in place o
ho t'ourth crater liht hitherto exhibitet
Of cours", there was mouch exci e.
ment at Wshington concerning !ht
rmitioval of Stantol. The corres.poind
ent ('f the New York ./ r0 rent. spe
cial despatcet, from1 I hich we ex.
tract. After n.cn(ioning the appint
ment of (eneral Grant, he s:y-:
"Shrtl1y0 aftor Cenoeral Crant re
h ed tht i is nteic, le left his ofilee, anld
(ietly r tepai t tht! War (Olice,
smoking his cigar with the utmost
cobe1 "itd evidently not ill tle
leoait terrified at the interviow he wm
abont to have with his aw e-inpiring
predecesor. I I w Avas; admitt.d to
Mr. Stanton withbout delay, nid ftlil
the latter with the suspension order inl
his htand, deliberating, no doubt the
Course best to be purtted. The meet
ing of the ex-Seeretary wi intron was
characterized by great politeness.
Wt11 preebiAly occurred i >, (if course,
not known, ntcther Gendral Crant
nolr Mr. Stanton being, 0 any time,
iladdicted to over-corn Illna ntiveness.
I t is aid, however, that GCneral
J 1 rnt pro-coled Qtraightway to busi
noss, exa'ined the object of his visit,
aid produced his li otter of appoint
mn e it from Pre 'si dent .Johnsto n. )I r.
Stanton is said to have asket Ceneral
Grant if he had accepted the ppoint
iment, to whielh the latter answered ii
ht allirmative. T'hi reply of the
General-in-hief is said t have some
what surprised Mr. SItiatn, ut he
sad othing beyondl mlerely signify
ing that he was ready to obey the or
der of the Exeentiveand would turn
over the department in aecordmuee
with Presidential instructions. G one
ral G rnt thereupon left and return
ed to his oliec, where lie rena ined un
tal near noon, when he igaint sallied
forth, directing his steps towards the
White llou:c, looking quite content ed
aid happy, and eating peachics with
imuch relish on the way.
With regard to the military com
imander., the saie comrre spondent says:
"IL have reason to think that tihe
nextstop, now that Statnton has beeni
'removed, will be the removal of She
ridan, and* probably the other four
military commanders. It is Mr.
Johnson's desire to plaeo more con
servative men in auithority over the
conquered Southern bre.tet-men
whlo will execute the laws of Congfress
with as little hiarshtness atil show of
despotismi as practicable. TIo do this
efoectively, it is regarded as jndicious
to make a comldeto chtange, so that
1n0 01n identilied with theo past har tsh
and oppressive admtin istrt'ntion of a
fairs in the military districts will re.,
matin ini power. i~y 1ths means it is
conisidered that the whites will be sc.
cure in their lives anid property, andc
the great danger of negro sutpremnacy
mayl3 be avoided."
Itao Toutci[umrrt PuoctesmoN ANt
Ilow.-Last, night, somte two or thiree
htundreal negrtoes asembled at the corn
er of Wenitworth and Meet ing streets
antd, some of them being pr'ov ided with
lamps on long sticks, antd somlo with
transparencs, formed a pirocessi
atbout nine o'clock, and pr'cede~d by a
bi nd( of mutisic mtarced about towr
sihoutitng, ycIling anid hoot ing, and mak
ing an outrageous disturbance along th<
lin of h the march.
Whn heproession~ reached'( thc
cortner of Kmng-street an td SmuithI's fbane
one of the negroes in the processior
fired off' a revolver, but being seon by
some of tho othier's, they immediately
arrested him and turned him over t<
the police. Metnie the'ntegroes it
another prt of the processioni inmagined?
that the shlot had been fired frein the
shop at the corner, tand fortlhwithi co'
menced brickbattintg the butilding aij
stairs anid downt stairs, to the ruin ol
the windowv glas~s and eroecry, . antd th<i
the great danger of the lives of th<
occupantts. A ireintforcemtentt of police
atrrested I[etnry Geortschen, one of th<
clerks ini theo shop, whio was accused by
80o1e of ths negroes of firinig the shott
andi also several of tho negroes engages
inl the brickbutting. Th'Iis stopped th<i
row and the processiont moed on, still
keeping uip an untearthIlyv noise.
T1he negro who wvas arrested gave his
nlamno at the guardhouse as Josiah HeIy
ward, and the pistol bearing indisp)uta
ble markes of having been recently fired
an1(1die testimnony thiat it wias takoi
(reom htis perison very positive, he wa:
locked up for thte ighvit. There was n<4
evidence that Gertschton had been gull
ty of any improper conduct. The lip
pearance of an impending row wat s<
great at one time that the police office
on gpard dispatched a couirior to thb
Citadel to inform the Provost Mai-sha~
of tho state of afinir, amid a Bitall equna<
of soldiers was sent to the guardhouise
but thle disturbauco, or rather the brick
-batting, was ovor whoa they arrived.
The last story Is that Wilkes Ilootl
is no0W tho capltain of , .pirate veCsse
RlbOISTnATION IN Tim CoUNTy.
The returns of registration from t11
country Distriots of this tiate, so fa
rocoived, are the following which ii
dicato the results of Monday :
Colleton District, Sixth Precinet.
WVhites, 4 ; colored, 101.
s Oraugeburg District, First Precin<
--Whites, 17 : colored, 95.
In tho latter precinct the dispatrit
was less yesterday, though wo are n
able to give the exact figures.
The following iN the Ie:ilt at th
above poll on the 1 2th instant:
Colored .. . . ... . . .. . . . - . .
Tlot al.... .... .... .... ......9
( Citar?.'ston 2i'rcry.
hll Gis-rni .iON. -- Cor.Jrn-roN.--- Th1
registration at the Stumnervitlo Prt
cinct on Tuesday (second day) wau
W hites- -.. .. .. .. .. ... . ..-. . . .... I
Colored.. . .. .7
None were eballenged.
The registrationi at the courthous,
oI 'lue da y was as follows:
W hIites .. . . .. . .- . .. . .. - - .. .5!
Colored. . (
TotalI .... ......... ... ..-... :151
C~rrn --el ton. Clin e (one 0
the mn urd erersi of Alex. Walker,) wi
broke jil in Cheter, lims bcen cap1
turl inl issippi, and is probabb
now on his waiy to 'hester, fir trial
ClinC cofII'esses that he was 1,d:4o Con
nectedl with the murder of Mr. Lem
Lane, of Newberry.-Phioni.
"Can you do all sorts oC ea(tinl
lere ?", Said a solenii look ing clhp :
the iron works, tho other doy. V s
said the clerk preparing to t:ke an or
der, "III Sorts." "Well, tlen," re
plie toe solemninquirer, "I. wouk
l o e you it a shadow." li
was ininedi:ately caist out.
Th w.as a sad ca;e of the Neapofltat
n1oblemanx Who fought .foeen due: if
prv iht lutle was a greater poet 1ha.
. .111 o, NIIlo on his death bed admitt
that he had nuver read 11h0 works of chh
r illO0SE' indebied to DESPOltT E & 111M.
. . are 1"r1ied to comio forward and set
ilo wi houit. delay.
J'US T RE ,ICE I13ED .
Nos, 3 atnd 4 Jrick( Range,
Which are offered for sa'le at.
Only for' the Cash,
My Stock Consists in Panrt of'
New and Beautiful
Shueetingsi, of all kinds,
Broad Cloth and
Tteady Made Clothing,
- Under Shiris,
.Call and examino my Stock beforo puircha
injg elsewhlop. I offer Great,
F1R ESH[ MEDBICINES,
UJB.' NiT.' DliBMUJT I, Morpihin
kQinino, Solhtiror' Aporlent, D~iachylc
Plasiter, Siulph' thor. Agno (Jure, Rladway
lheady RelIef, Pills aind llesolvmnt. Clowv
Maoo, Arholds and Daivid's Inks. Also,
1 iE&ullIN, McMASTER & DRIOCE.
eb~lt~ae the entito
$cck of Arken &
nu1111 l he J ll'.
I US I N 1-88 i
11lavinig a %. v ry
I i it it
- large a n dI Coin..
pidte stock or
Drag", Medi ines, 1ye-StutI., l'aint, MLA,
Wines4, Jh-andies, Patent Medticinevs,
Perfumery and Vancey Goods3.
.\nd having mide nrranuemints to keep it
alwnys flull, we weoul nIP i; lhyiians aid
the uiblic Locrally, to give us a call.
. I]T STOJESTD.
1tostelcer's Stomach PUiters,
lRomnins Crimean Diters,
Const it ut ion Lice Syrup,
A Qucen's DelifItS,
-lixir of Bark and Iron,
Rhodo's Fovor and A guo Cure,
Ilepatic Bitters and
All popular Patent Medicines.
ANOTIHE1R ASS'OR111MENT OF
Uleached H omes~pun~s,
Yankee, Not ions,
july '30 L A 1D31UR0S.
CANDIES! CANDIES I
ses, iOLmon Drops, Rose Irops.
All of which will bo sold low for
JDESORT'ES & 11RO.
FRESH MEDICINES, &o. ~
Ketchin, McMastcr & Brico.
OLL oR. TIlMSTON,
Ch'llorido ofl Li me,
St ronig' Stmach Pilin,
(rover andu aguo proventative,)
Corn St~rchi Tapioca,
Another supply of Porcelain Lined t'ros
lflacking lirushes, Wood Screws, Cut, Nailu 1
uau ndFuishing Nails.
CARRIIAU ES, BJUVU1ES
4 F Superior Workmanship at, my old
sJgtand, to be sold at low prices.
All orders promptly attended to.
SA 00flI1ET2 a ssrtmnt, of Cookcing
TlIrMPSON, WIT llit'B & WOD)WARD.
CO NSISTING IN PART OF
Brown, Ulenched l and
Cott onados and
Cons's Spool Coltion,
Fitie Linen Bosoms.
Tol'na Ca s .I
,u Aesortment of Shoes, mado In North
To:3*L' 1s C amil "-X
~E3.A 0 0 IT I
A lino lot of Country
(in 5 gallon enns.)
TV *11 Cz 23a =cas]3.j
g ket price paid for tho
abovo artiolo, in
JNO. P. MALTJIEWS, Jr. c
C octon1. 'rl1 mI c
Just Received, l
)G lunchen, No. 8 to 1.1, at $2.25 per 1'
Bunch- CASi[. c
aug 3 JNO. P. 0IATTIIHW 1.
STEVMS' 1 HOUSE.
21, 2 1, 23 & 27 lfoidway, New York, n
(Opposito Bowling Green,)
On dit .EllPOptiit PlitH.
L lE STE'lVENS IIOUMISE, iswll and wvido
Ily known to) the travelling public. 'The
lotion ipecial ly sutit able to mnercham is
lid butine si men; it is in closo prox Iimity
> the m(iness part of theii ciiy~-'on flt he
iyhiway of Sout hernt and West erni travel
nid aidjacent to the prinoipal llailroaid and
teambuloat. depot s.
T l'lEt S'IT VE~N8 II0IJ8B has liberal no.
minodti on for over 100 gests--it is wVell
irishled, andit posseCrses every m~odernl iml
ruivelinenut for the co1t1 Irt und Ontniertaina
lent of its inmaites. Th'ie rooms aro spa
oios :and well velint ild-provided withI
as andI water --thio at tendance is prompt
ud respectfuil-and Itie table iii generously
rovided with eivery delicacy of' die ucas~on
-at maoento rates.
Theii roomis having been r'efurnlihed andi
nuodeled~t, weO aro enabled to ol'or exia fa
liti es for the cmfort anid leasurIo of our
juily I 1--Ga PrrOi etors.
[ UST ROceivedl, nt
DESPORTES & JIRO.
F010 SA LE,
LOT of Tlogsi and sheep wiill be sold on1
onl thle 1th inst ant, at, the reidence of
io late Jacob F'. Coleman, diCeeased.
11. A. (lAlrLLAR I),
aug 8.-2x1 A dminisatratoir,
NCIIOOL~ BOOKS, Lotter and Noto Papor,
Lead lPtucils, Japl ist Ilyn Dooks,
'oy 1'ahit Dhokes, Paper F~atenors.
MIislinous Dlooks, .stioli as Ilidden
)epthiP New America, Idalla, The Cioann.
eseeni., Robert Severne, My Schools and
kthoolmastors, Mlaynoe Reid's Stories for
ioya, Songs for Lihel Ones jt. h ome, Oui.
ot's, Civilization, M ilton's Pooetical Works,
bil Arp, &c. A L the store, of
J ITCIllN, MoMAS'T'ER & DRICE,
3 DOZ. BOT TLES POP-SYuij 1', Jtuti yo
(Q re'elvedl and for sale, Also FRESH81
D)ESPORTES~ & 1)1Q,
1(P/lOIIIN, Mo1f ASTER k DRICE5
july 4 - -
0'0FFE~B Saga, Bacon, Ls~rd, R1Ior S~
Coo gn Soda. Turpenting 8oag, an4
(lianpowi oa jus 6colved,.
KETOHhik( McMASTERI & DEC
J01 N U. IAL,
(Lat6 ALLEN & WAY,'
At /e Sign of the Golden )'Pd Lock,
COLUMBMI, S. C.
WIIOLESALE AND RETAItJ,
Iiporter ati Dealer fit Eglisih and
HARDWARE & OUTLERY,
ItON. ST EEL,
INDIA RUBBER A ND LEATHER BELTING,
and Tannens' Tools,
* Furnishing Hardware,
'lalster, Paints, Oils,
Frenoh and American
mch 18-m. owder, 8ho, &e.,
William G. Whilden & Co.,
I[AYDE4N & WHILDEN,
Vitches, Jewelry, Sliver War1o
CiOCKEY, CiINA, G LASS WARE,
nud Ionse Furnisilng Articles.
l G->ld and Silver purchased. Watches aan
256 KIN(-ST., cOnORnaO 01o EAUFAIN,
CIH AJRLESTON, S. C.
T W[OENAllE, NO. 11 IlAYNE STIEET
X. a, wHLDFIXnEN 8. TilORSIO Jitj
wA. 8, .ANNEAU.
Corner Queen and Meeting Strees,
H ARLESTON, S, C.
HS POPILAA AND WELFr
LKNOWN OUSCis now fully open
- th recept ion of visitors, haviug, boon
furnished with Now AndEilegant Firni
ire throughoul; nand offers to tho travellr
tcommodations and convenionroo as a First
lass Hotel, not, to bo equallod by any Norit
South. The patronaage of (he publio Is
)pootfully saol ted.'
itales o Board per day, $4 03
gt-cod on. JO"'lPlCCL
feb 24'60-.tf l'roprictor,
iheduleo over the Southl Carol in t
GOENERA L SUP Ta FFxicE,
CIJIARLESTrON., E. C.X, Itaro. 11.
) N arud aft er (the 18th inst., tho Throught
JMail Train wvill ruin as follows, viz.:
,cave (Columablta at, 11.40 a. mn., Ch's'n tuimo
~rrivo at. Kin gsvillo at 1.20 p mn,
envo Kinrgsaville at, 1.85 p m,
rrive at Atuguasta 0.00 p m,
cavo Chiarlest on, 1.00 a mi
rrIve at tOohnambia, 5 20 p mn
envro Cohtamabia, (.50 a ii
rive at Charleston, 4 00 p. ma.
II. T. PE A1CE, Oon'l Sup't,
teuer1 Mslperiltedenl'S Ofiee.
CiAIIRLOTTIE & 8. 0. RAILROAD,
COLUMIIIA, 8. C., May Z, 1807.
) N and after SUNDA Y, May 6, the roehe.
J dulo ea the1 P'assenrger Trains oer
hris road 'will bo as follows :
Leaivo Coln'mbia at 6.80 P. M.
Arrivo at CJhauIotto 12.l6 A.1M
Leavo Claarlotto at 12.20 A. M.
A:'rive at Columbia 0.60 A. M'.
Cfloso connaections au'o made at, Columlilai
ndu Chaarlotlo with theo mall trahns oa the
orth Carolina and South Carqiinai iali
TIIROUfli T10KETS tire sold'at Colum..
dla to llichmond, Vta, Washaington, DE~
laltimnore, , Ntd., P'~hldl phila.', and
'fow York city-giviog choice otroits9(
'ortsmnouthr or 1iohamod--and bagago
hooked. Tickotd-ate also sold Mitarhla
or Ciharleston arnd Au gustati
An Accommedat ion Train,-for froight aind
coal passage, leaves -ColurobIa: Ratitatino
nd hour ; aiving at Columabiin~id a.
otto atL pbi '1n.'P
0 i KlNIGHZu
(1UlfTORdi of th tEs ato o
ut ti ofiloodh Winnbor it;. tr't
aug 1..flx8 s.r -' -.. Matr)
Tor snr relhe ,'
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