OCR Interpretation


The daily phoenix. (Columbia, S.C.) 1865-1878, June 24, 1866, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84027008/1866-06-24/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

SB y" Tolograpli.
New* Items.
NEW YOBK, Juno 23. -The Lafhtrge ?
House baa changed hands. Henry Bruce,
of Kentucky, has become the proprietor,
and changed its namo to the Southern
Hotel.
The revolution in St. Domingo was suc?
cessful, and President Gae?: lias tied to
Europe.
Prom Canalla.
WASHINGTON, June 23.-A despatch from '
Ot Iowa says that in the Canadian Parlia- j
ment Mr. Galt moved for the indemnifica?
tion of the Government for expenses in?
curred during the recent Fenian troublas.
Several members of tho Government paity
advocated the movo, when Mr. Chambers,
of Brookville, obtained the floor and spoke
against it. He said that Canada could not
support troops enough to resist the United
States. 1,000 Fenians was a very differ
eat matter from 35,000,000 of Americans.
He also called for an investigation of the j
conduct of some of the commanders ot tho
grovisioual troops, during the recent tr?ni?
le with tho Fenians, and denounced thc
management of the volunteers as a blun?
der. Mr. Chambers was continually inter?
rupted and hissed, the uproar becoming so
great at times- as to drown his remarks.
He was replied to "by Mr. Darcy Magee,
and the motion of Mr. Galt was adopted.
Congressional.
WASHINGTON, June 23.-In the Senate, a
joint resolution was passed, providing for
an official history of tho rebellion, and au?
thorizing the Secretary of War to appoint
some competent person to write it, at a
salary not exceeding $2,500 per year. Thc
tax bill was considered, and various amend?
ments offered and adopted. Mr. Morgan
delivered a eulogy on Mr. Humphreys, de?
ceased, after which the Senate adjourned.
In the House, Mr. Waahbnrne presented
a letter from thc Secretary of the Navy on
the subject of the apprehended introduc?
tion of tho rinderpest by moans of im
portated bones, which was referred to the
Committee on Commerce. Mr. Dodge, of
New York, and others, addressed the House
in a speech of condolence on the death of
Hon. Mr. Humphreys, of New* York. The
customary resolutions of respect wore
adopted, and the House then adjourned.
Market Reports.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 22.-Cotton nominal,
with sales of 150 bales at 35@37e. Stock
on hand, 160 008 bales. Gold 40. Bank
sterling 60. New York exchange, i dis?
count.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 23.-Cotton extreme?
ly dull, with sales of 300 bales of low mid?
dling at S4@3Gc. Gold 151. Bank ster?
ling 63. New York exchange 4 discount.
NEW YORK, Juno 23.-Cotton dull, with
sales of 500 bales, at 37@40c. Gold 1.52.-.
Exchange 10.
P. M.-Cotton dall, at 37@40c. Flour
dull. Wheat basa declining tencloncy. Corn
hats declined, with sales ot; 28,000 bushels,
at 83@84*. Pork dull, at I31.S7@32.25.
Beef steady. Lard dull. Gold, 51].
WHO is RESPONSIBLE?-Tho oflicials
at Washington seem to be attempting
to shift the responsibility of the very
foolish and cruel order putting Jell*.
Davis in irons. It appears that the
President had nothing to do with thc
matter, and that tho order has been
traced to the door of Secretary Stan?
ton. Is he responsible for it?
I New York Herald.
The number of lost children found
wandering about New York city, the
past year, was 2,742. Of this num?
ber, nearly all, with the exception of
about one-twelfth, were returned to
their parents and friends, the remain?
der being sent to Ward's Island,
where they are being rcarod under
the care of the Commissioners of
Charities.
Maior-General Wood, commanding
at Vicksburg, hos issued an order
warning all persons engaged in the
enlistment of negroes in his depart?
ment for a foreign service, that it is
an offence against the neutrality laws.
The freedmen are also advised to
have nothing to do with persons en?
gaged in such unlawful business.
Visitors to Niagara Falls will re?
gard it as among the wonders of thc
place, that the hockman nuisance has
been abated, and that no carriage
drivers are allowed to solicit patron?
age. The hotel-keepers have now the
control of the carriage business.
The right of colored people to ride
in street cars, in Philadelphia, has
not yet been conceded. Another ease
is now pending in the courts on that
question.
The University of North Carolina
has conferred the degree of Doctor
of LAWS on President Johnson.
SUGARS, &C.
3HHDS. good BROWN SUGAR, 10
pounds for $1.
4 hhds. primo yellow Porto Rico Sugar.
Barrels choice Yellow Sugar.
From the cargo sale at Charleston, last
week, and offered at the lowest prices by*
June 24 2_C. H. BALDW1N.
Hams, &c.
1EBCES SMITHFIELD Bttg?j . m ed
HAMS, at 35 cents per pound.
Tierces of the favorito "Palmetto" Hains,
at 26 cents per pound
Tierces of tho incomparable "Davis, Jr..
Diamond" Hams.
Choice Fulton Market Beef, Pickled
Tongues.
Pure Lard, choice Butter.
Barrels fresh and genuine Hocker's Self
raising Flour.
Received to-day, and for sale by
June 24 2 ' C. H. BALDWIN.
Sundries.
1CASE REAL DURHAM MUSTARD.
Four cases real Canton (linger, Jellies -
a variety.
Canned Fruits, Fish ami Meats.
Maizena, Farina, Cocoa, Homeopathic
Cocoa.
Baker's Chocolate, Split Peas, White
Beans.
English Pickles, French mustard, Ac.
With a foll line of SHELF COOLS and
standard GROCERIES, which are offered
at fair prices, and as low as tho lowest.
C. H. BALDWIN.
Corner Main and Washington Streets.
? June 24 3
TERRIBLE CALAMITY.-Tho Boston
Traveller, ol the 13th inst., has the
following account of a terrible catas?
trophe:
The Italian ship Napoleon Canevero
sailed from Macao, on March 8, with
a crew of forty, and 663 coolie emi?
grants, bound to Callao. Part of the
cargo consisted of 8,000 boxes of
Chinese fire-crackers. A few hours
after leaving port, the officers of the
ship discovered that there was a plot
among tho coolies to poison them,
and that 200 had agreed to revolt,
and, if possible, capture tho ship.
Some of the ringleaders were flogged,
whilo others were placed in irons. At
4 o'clock, the next davy, the interpre?
ter reported to the chief mate, Mr.
A. F. Faw, that the coolies intended
to revolt, at 5 o'clock. To the cap?
tain of the vessel, they denied any
such intention, aud the provisions
were served to them. At a quarter
past 5, the coolies revolted, and broke
np the sleeping-benches, into which
they had driven spikes, for weapons.
They also had several knives, spades,
and two cutlasses taken from the men
on guard.
The crew fired upon them, and,
after about thirty had been shot, the
captain called upon them to surren?
der. They refused, and set fire to
some stuff in the hold of tho vessel,
probably thinking that the crew would
rush down the hatchway to extinguish
it, giving tho coolies below a chance
to go upon deck and join their com?
rades. Tho lire rapidly increased,
and the coolies ngain refused to sur?
render. Two boats were lowered and
swamped; but a third was lowered in
safety, and several of the crew got
into and put oft* from the ship's side.
The captain, mate and supercargo
wero saved by swimming to one of
the swamped boats, from which they
were taken by the crew in the third
boat lowered; but tho doctor, store?
keeper, interpreter and several others
of tho crew perished. At 10 o'clock
that night the vessel blew np, the
fire having reached that part of the
hold in which the 8,000 boxes of
Chinese lire-crackers were stowed,
and all those on board perished.
New counterfeit fifty-dollar green?
backs have appeared at Nashville,
Tenn. The bills aro excellently en?
graved, except that the signature of
Treasurer Spinner is not as coarse
and heavy as in the original. The
paper on which they are printed is a
little thinner than the genuine.
Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, the
abiding place of many unfortunate
Confederates during the war, has been
finally abandoned by the military,
and all the appurtenances of war re?
moved.
It is rumored that the New York
Legislature will be convened in
August to ratify the constitutional
amendment.
LOST,
OK left at some store in town, on Satur?
day, lGtb inst., a small TESTAMENT,
containing a Note for ?:?O on 'Phos. Brown,
payable to N. Meyers, and some receipts
from tho City Clerk. Any one who has
found tho above will please Leave them at
this oftieo. Persona are warned not to buy
or trade for the note. Juno 24 1*
GOLD PENS.
ALARGE assortment of superior GOLD
PENS, selected with great care at tho
mannfactory of the celebrated Fairchild,
whose Pens are acknowledged to he tin
bent mannfactureil. Cases of every descrip?
tion; sonni new styles of India Rabbet
Cases, with gold mountings-very rich and
elegant. For sale at New York prices by
1?. 1$. GLASS, Bookseller and *
Stationer, Plain street, (old P. O. site.)
June 24 2*
INVISIBLE PHOTOGRAPHS!
rflHE great wonder of the agc! Inatruc
JL tive entertainment for the parlor!
new procesa in photography, by which the
sensitive albumen paper is so prepared
that, upon application of the blotting
paper which accompanies each package
a beautiful and perfect Photograph will
instantly appear. Price 50 cents a pack?
age. Sent bv mail on receipt of the price.
Address P. 15. GLASS, bookseller,
June 21 2* Columbia, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
WHEREAS Messrs. SPECK A POL?
LOCK, merchants, lately doing bu?
siness in the city of Columbia, have made
an assignment to the undersigned of all
their property and assets, real and per?
sonal, aa well as of their bonds, notes,
hooks of account and other choses in
action, for the bonefit of their creditors:
Now. this is to admonish anil notify all and
singular the creditors of tho said Speck Si
Pollock, to bo and appear at the oftice of
E. J. Artnnr, Esq., in thc city of Columbia,
on THURSDAY, the 5tli day of July next,
at 12 o'clock m., to appoint an agent (if
they choose so to do) to act with the under?
signed in executing thc trusts of thc said
assignment W. T. WAL THU, Assignee.
June 21 mfw3
"An Ordinance to Regulate the
Water Works.*
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Jinn- 2:1, 1800.
rTIHE attention of the public is called to
J. this Ordinance and tho penalties at?
tached for the violation thereof:
I EXTRACT.]
V>V it ortUiined, That any person who
shall draw or carry away water from a
spout, without having contracted so to do,
snail bc tined for each and every offence
not cxec.-ding twenty dollars;and any con?
tractor for the water, who shall stifler any
unauthorized person to draw or use water
from his or her spout, shall be subject toa
line not exceeding twenty dollars for each
and every offence, ll' any person shall
suffer any hydrant on his or der premises
to remain open so aa to waste the water,
exeept fm- tho purpose of cleansing the
pipes or to draw off the water unlit for uso,
such person shall bo subject to a penalty
not exceeding twenty dollars fur each and
every offence.
All persons are cautioned that to make
use of the lire hydrants in the public
streets isa violation ot' an Ordinance ol'
tho city, and the penally attached for sn.Hi
a violation will in ?ill cases bo rigidly en?
forced. Published bv order of the ('itv
council. .i s MCMAHON,
.lillie ?\ la < il v Clerk
BITTER, EGGS AND POTATOES.
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, FRESH
EQOS, new Irish Potatoes and primo
Sweet Potatoes. Jnst received and for
salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
aa~ Carolinian copy. Juno 23
Pickled Fork.
CHOICE PICKLED PORK. Just rc
ceived ?id for salo by
June 23 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
$?f Carolinian copy._
Mackerel! Mackerel! !
-I f\f\ PACKAGES MACKEREL, con
?\J\J shiting of barrels, half barr?is,
quarter barrels and kits, on hand and for
sale by J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
><g~ Carolinian copy._June 23
Sardines and Herrings.
P AA QR. BOXES SARDINES.
O"\J 100 Boxes Smoked Herrings.
10 Bbls. Pickled Herrings, at 40 cents
per dozen. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
June 22 Carolinian copy.
Satin Gloss Starch.
2pr BOXE8 DURYEA'S SATIN GLOSS
O STARCH, tho best article in use for
laundry purposes. Just received and for
salo by_J^Jk T. R. AGNEW.
Fresh Arrivals.
WE are daily adding to our varietv of
choice GROCERIES and have just
received a supply of the following, viz:
Fresh MACKEREL, in can?.
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in cans,
boast Beef, in cans.
Green Corn, in cans.
Pio Fruits, assorted, in glass.
Lemon Svrnp, in glass.
June 22 ' J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
CURRANT JELLY.
LEMON
STRAWBERRY JELLY.
BLACKBERRY
CANNED PEACHES.
TOMATOES.
OYSTERS.
LOBSTERS.
" SALMON.
PINE APPLE.
Borden's Condensed Milk.
Extracts Strawberry, Vanilla, Banaux,
Pine Apple and Lemon.
Chow-Chow Pickles.
Mixed
Plain
Baker's Chocolate.
" Broma.
" Cocoa.
Layer Raisins.
London Mustard.
Pure Spices, ground ami whole.
Preserved Canton Ginger.
Andrews1 Yeast Powders.
Quarter and half boxes Sardines.
Walnut Catsup.
Tomato "
London Club Sauce.
Worcestershire Sance.
Just received and for sale bv
June 19_ J. ?V T. R. AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
Breakfast Strips.
-tf\ HHDS. prime BACON SIDES and
lXJ SHOULDERS.
2 hhds. Sugar-cared Breakfast Strips.
On hand and for sale low bv
June 15 J. &T. R. AGNEW.
Hams! Hams! Hams!
CHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
CURED HAMS, just received and for
sale at 25 cents per pound. Call soon, be?
fore they are all sola.
June!)_J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Flour! Flour!
?)f\(\ BBLS. Super, Extra, Heck, r s
?UU Self-Itaising and choice Family
FLOUR, on hand and for sale low bv
June 3_J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
TIRE IRON, 1J to 2 inches wide, at CJe.
ALSO,
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IKON, on
hand and for sale low bv
J,mo_?_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
CARRIAGE MATERIALS.
11HE subscribers have Just received an
assortment of CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, consisting in part of Spokes, Fel?
loes, Shafts, Carriage Bolts, Axle Clips,
Malleable Castings, Enamelled Cloth ami
Leather, Dash Leather, Whip Sockets,
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point and Sand
Bands, Oil Carpet, Carriago Hinges, Coach
Body and Running Part Varnish, Japans,
Paints, Oils, Ac.
Also,
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from 1;
to 2 inches wide, at Oj. cents per pound.
June 2 J. A T. ft. AGNEW.
CHAINS! CHAINS! CHAINS
JUST received and for sale ?ow, 500 pairs
Straight and Twisted Trace CHAINS.
Also, a complete assortment of Tongue
Chains, Lock Chains, Breast Chains, Stay
Chains, Fifth Chains, with and without
Stretchers, Coil Chain, Halter Chains,
Jack Chains, Ac. J. St T. R. AGNEW.
May 20_
Potwaro,
Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, &c.
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED
SAUCE PANS, Plain SAUCE PANS,
liong and Short Handled Fry Pans, Brass
and Enamelled Preserving Kettles, Gino
Pots, Tinned Mortars, Kettles, ?xe. Just
received and for sah? bv
May 27_ J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
*rf\ DOZ. Long and Short Handled
SHOVELS.
25 doz. SI'ADES.
15 " Long and Short Handled Manun
Korks. Also, Gardon Forks, Garden Hoi s
'.larden Rakes, Garden Trowels, (?rain Crn
lies. Griffin's Scythes, ?Ve. Just receivci
md for sale low by J. Si T. R. AGNEW.
.lune l t
Stuart's Syrups.
C1TUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
O Stuart's Sugar Loaf Syrup.
Stuart's Golden Syrup. Just receiv
ind for sale by J. A T. R. AGNEW
BBLS MUSCOVADO SUGARS, 8 pound,
for il.
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pound,
br $1. M.so,
A complete assortment of Crushed :ui<
binned SUGARS. Forsaleat low rate r, b
Mav 13 St 1 lt AGNEW
ON CON$?ONME?Tt
And for Sale Cheap !
KA BOXES TOBACCO -choice gradea.
OVJ io M .? -low
10,000 BEGAUS-genuine Kio noudo.
?,u0? " -low gradea.
20 balee COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 baaketa Heidsiek Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret
Wine.
10 doz. Lemon Syrup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 bbls. Bourbon Whisker.
20 " Corn *'
ALSO,
75 bbla. Flour.
800 bushels Com.
50 Lita Mackerel.
50 bbls. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
1500 boxes Sardines. KM) boxes Herrings.
JANNEY & TOLLESON.
Just Received,
PT ROLLS 5 and G quarter CANTON
O MATTING- white and red checked.
150 pieces PRINTS-? cheap.
200 " BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns aud Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers.
5 hales Brown Shirtings. For sale cheap.
May lt'. TOLLESON ?V .TANSKY.
GOODS !
AT
Wholesale & Retail.
PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
20 " FRENCH G REN A1 ? ' N ES.
20 pi< ces Embroid'd and Plain Berages.
lo '. French Waaambique.
30 " Borage Anglais, at :$7\ 7d.
51) " ('hallies very pretty" M\ 7d.
25 ?' French Prints.
2(H) '? Paney
200 " Lawns and Jaconets.
ALSO,
Just received, aline assortment of SEA?
SIDE HATS. WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, (l-l Black UeLaine.
s-1 Black and White Borage, mr shawls
Taconet, Sw iss and Nainsook Muslin-.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Tran Hoop Skirts.
Embroid\l and Lim n Cliffs and ('?"liars.
Corsets, French Fans.
ALSO,
2iMi pieces Bleached Shirtings.
.J5 .. 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales :t I, 7-8 and l-l Shirtings.
Hosiery all prices and qualities.
Cloths,' Cassimeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Naiikcnett, .Ve., lor gent's wear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
20 cases Ladies' Bootees,
lo " Slippers,
ld .M.-n's Congress boots,
io Lasting Sb..es.
lu " .. and Leather Pinups.
A I.St I,
A large stork ol' Ladies' Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed.
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000 Colored and While Envelope.*.
Foolscap, Note and L>-11*. r Paper.
Large stork ol' Clothing.
TOLLESON tG JANNEY.
Sixth Arrival!
RECEIVED bv Express a large lol of
Ladies' S?N-DOWNS and Ladies'
HAMILTON HATS, which we will sell at
manufactory prices. We ofter to the pub?
lic, als.?, an entire Summer Stork at Cost.
ABELES, MYERS & CO.,
June 20 ti Opposite old City Hot. l.
Patronize Home Institutions.
R\ THE UNDERSIGNED has
{(??erected a SHOP nu thc East
T* aide of the new Market, am
is prepared to manufacture MATTKESSF
and FURNITURE of all Kin.ls. Give him
a call. A. HECKLING.
June 20 li
Bacon, Shoulders and Hams
IX STORE.
1"Jf HUHS. SIDES, to arrive, are offered ?
?J low. bv the bini., bv
June to ' FISHER '.v LOWRANCE.
. >/ \ DRUMS FIGS.
?\ f in l.o\. s LAYER RAISINS. |
June JOHN C. SEEG HRS A CO. i
! On Consignment.
! ~?\ REAMS lar;..-sized WRAPPING
! ?)l / PAPER low to dealers.
May -J7 .JollN c. SEEGERS.
COLUMBIA
Congaree Jockey Club.
TTTEDNESDAY, Julv 4. Purse $100
j W Mile Heats for Horses untrained,
never having won a mile rac-. Two or
nioi e to start.
THURSDAY, July 5. Purse ?100 Milo
neats to be trotted for in harness. Open
' to all Horses that have never won a mile
I heat rac.-. Two or more to start.
FRIDAY, July C. Purse $200. Free for
i all running Horses. Two or more to start.
i SATURDAY, July 7. Purse $200. Open
i for all Trotting Horses. Mares or ( leldings.
j to harness. Mile Heats, best two in three.
two or mot e to start lo make a race,
j SAME I ?AV. July 7. Purse $100. Dash
i of One Mile free for all running Horses.
I Two or nioie to stan.
The in st Race-on each dav to commence
lat THREE O'CLOCK P. M. Each entry
1 lOpercent., tobe ad.lcd to each dav's purse,
.lune IC L. T. LEVIN. Secretary.
To Contractors.
s, o i H ( 'AROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C.. Jane ll, l^GC.
I OEALED Proposals will be received at
I fl this oinuntil the 27th inst., for the
erection of a Freight Depot, at Columbia,
S. C. Plans and specifications can he seen
at this ..thee. IL T. PEAKE.
June 11 Gen. .suo't. S. C. R. R.
DENTISTRY.
^^^^ HAYING opened my ellice
?gSjJJS-C^ permanently in Columbia, 1
JTVMML be found .ii all h.>m -i al
^J-UJULIT the residence, of Mr. M. ll.
Berrv, (opposite tho Catholic church. ) on
Asse'mbh st rei t. D. P. GREGG.
June 12
Cutlery! Cutlery!!
.\f Hie Sign of (lo Hohlen Pad-tock.
\FULL as?.neut of Table and Pockel
cl l'LERY. SCISSORS, Ac, m stori
:i n.l foi sal* low ?>\ li ?H N ( ' DIAL
ENCOURAGE
ENTERPRISE !
PIUSIX Ai GLEANER
Book, Job an 1 Nowapapei
Printing Office.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
THE DAILY PHOENIX
Ia published everv morning, except Mon?
day, ami contaiua the LATEST NEWS, by
telegraph ami mails, up to tho hour ol
going to press; Editorials, Correspondence
from difterent points, Miscellaneous Read?
ing, Tales, Poetry, Sketches, etc., etc., etc.
In the QUANTITY and QUALITY of ita
READING MATTER is not to be excelled
by anv paper in South Carolina. ADVER?
TISEMENTS inserted on favorable terms.
TilliTKI-WKKKIAI'HOiMX
Contains, in every number, the reading
mutter (embracing the latest liewa) of
TWO ISSUES of the daily, lt is published
every Tuesday, Thursday anil Saturday
mornings.
ls published every Wednesday morning.
lt is the desire, and will be the object of
the Proprietor, to make this cipial to, if
not the best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
lin- South. In fact, as its name indicates,
A Home Companion.
Resides the collection of the cream of
the news of the week, Political, Financial |
and the Markets, it will contain a large |
amount of LITERARY MATTER, such as
choice Tales, Sketches and Poetry. It
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in a
form to bind, and thus secures a faithful
record and history of passing events.
JOB WORK.
Our .lol} OFFICE fullvsupplied with
all kinds of WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
( ARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
FTC, and we ar?' fully prepared to execute
promptly, and nt moderate pric?'a, all
orib i s for
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS.
HAND-BILLS, POSTERS,
(. .iKDS.
h I .AN KS. ETC.
Family Residence at Private Sale.
By Levin & Peixotto.
WE oflfer, on accommodating term?,
that well-known pleasantly sitnated
RESIDENCE on Arsenal Hill; formerly oc?
cupied by Jesse Drafts, Esq., containing
six rooms, weil finished; two servant?'
houses, kitchen and stables. The lot em?
braces one acre of ground, having a fine
garden, weil, Ac. Aoplv as above.
' Jmie_20 _ _ _ '_f3
Valuable Lots for Sale.
11HE subscrilier oilers for salo those two
. valuable LOTH, fronting on Main
street 82 feet by 208 deep, known aa 202
and 204 Exchange Bow. The bricks and
ail material to go with the lota. Toe pro?
perty will be sold for one-four th cash, and
the balance on a credit, with good securi?
ty. For further particulars, apply to
June 20^ tG_JAS. PECKHAM.
Executor?' Notice.
PK USO NS having demands against the
estate of JOHN J. KINSLER de?
ceased, will present them, duly proven, to
the subscribers. Persons indebted to said
estate will please make payment to th?
undersigned without further notice. De?
mands against said estate may be left with
our attorney, E. J. ABTH??, Esq., No. 2
Law Range. EDWARD KINSLER,
HENRY O. KIN8LEB,
Qualified Ex'rs John J. Kinsler, dee'd.
March 25 m3aao
PLANTATION WAGONS !
IjlOR sale VERY LOW, if applied for ia
. mediately, at shop of
June 22 (J* * HU8SUNG A MOTZ.
Lost,
ON Wednesday evening, a small HAIR
ANCHOR, fastened in a kuot of lilac
ribbon. The finder will receive a liberal
reward by leaving it with the proprietor of
the Phoenix. June 22
BATESVILLE GOODS.
JUST received, ten bales SHIRTINGS,
ten hales YARNS -assorted. For sale
at low and satisfactory prices. Dealers
will do well to give ns a call.
H AN AH AN A WARLEY.
Jime22Ji_ Ag'ts Batesvillo Man. Co.
Timothy Titcomb's Letters to the
Joneses.
GALA DAYS: by Gail Hamilton. John
Godfrey's Fortunes; by Bayard Tay?
lor. Studies for Stories; by Jean Ingeloh.
Zschokke's Meditations on Life. Warm
Hearts in Cold Regions-A Tale of Arctic
Life; by Capt. Ede, Boyal Navy. The
Masquerade-A Poem; by Saxe. A Sum?
mer in Skye; by Alexander Smith. Acroee
the Continent; by Rowles. Mrs. Jameson's
Works, (sold separately.) The Every-day
Philosopher; by the "Country Parson.''
(Counsel and Comfort; bv the "Country
Parson." And other NEW BOOKS, for
salo at McCARTER*S Bookstore,
Opposite Law Range, Columbia.
June 22_
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
ANY one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of^ water, and
make vonr own albums of pretty pictures
at littfe cost. For sale bv
I FISHER A HEINITSH,
June 20 _ _Pharmacists.
Tamarinds for the Sick!
FOR making TAMARIND LEMONADE;
a delightful refrigerant in fevers. For
sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
June 20 Pharmacists.
"FRUIT PRE8ERVER."
To the House-wife.
AVALUARLE invention for the benefit
of all. Fruit preserved, of all kinds,
without sugar, and without expensive seal?
ing or air-tight jars. One bottle wiU pre?
serve 128 pounds of fruit. Cheap, health?
ful and effectual. For sale bv
FISHER Jfc H?INITSH,
June 20 Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supply of PONTOONS;
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. The
great medicine for worms. Over 2,800 have
been sold in less than two months, and
millions of worms destroyed. If your
children have worms, go to Fisher A Hein
itsh's and get a box.
FISHER A HEINITSH,
June 13 Pharmaceutists.
BLACKBERRY BHAHPY!
X7VOR Bowel Complaints, Sommer Com
Jj plaints, Weak Stomach, Ac. For sale
by FISHER & HEINITSH, Druggists.
CHEAP LIGHT.
FIVE HUNDRED gallons prime White
KEROSENE OIL, for sale by barrel or
gallon at FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
May 31 Druggists.
mm AND MEDICINES !
GUM ASSAFOTIDA.
BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'S FOWLERS.
CROTON OIL, MORPHIA.
Calabria Liquorice.
Gum Opium, Quinine.
Epsom Salts.
Mustang Liniment.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pinta.
Essence Peppermint.
" Cinnamon.
Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Fahuestock's "
Holloway's Worm Coufective.
Winslow a Soothing Syrup.
Wright's Pills, Hrandreth's Pill?.
Ayer'? Pills, Harlem Oil.
Kadway's Relief.
German Horse Powder,
barber's Horse Powder.
Tarrant'a Aperient, Tarrant's Cubeb?.
Philotoken, Batchelors Hair Dye.
Marchisi Catholicon, Pain Killer.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
'" Sarsaparilla, Sozodont.
McMuun's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
Cream Tartar, English Mustard.
Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup.
Strawberry Syrup.
Extract Lemon, Extract Vanilla.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists,
At the old stand. Main street.
May 23_
Tlie Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. Noone
possessing this rich gift and attribute
ot health and attraction would exchange it
f?n tho wealth of tho Indies. Yet how
many sutler their skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For salo bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agent*.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO., FhUtd'a.
iMav 24

xml | txt