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NEW YORK, July 21. - A Leavenworth spe?
cial .to tho Tribune denies the report from
Omaha that peaco has been made with tho
Indians. Tho inhabitants on the border
aro arming for protection, Tho Indians
have given tho Overland Stage Company
six days to remove their stock from the
New Montana and powder River route,
and declare war to the knife.
Tho cholera ie spreading throughout
be Metropolitan District, and baa broken
at among tho troop? ou GovernTM-'s Is?
land, as woll as those on Hart's Island.
The Herald's Ottawa (Canada) despatch
says thal Mr. Galt, in Parliament, yester
terday, ?aid that thc public iutcrestwonlJ
not permit tho givmg of thc reasons for
extending certain rights to American lish
crmen, in Canadian waters, hy tho Pro?
vincial Government. Mr. McDonald said
that, if tho British Government intended
to dictate to Canada, it was lime tu k?ow it.
NEW YOKE, July 21.-The Arizona, from
Aspinwall, brought $2,000,000 in gold.
Tho America, Teutonia and Edhiburg
Hailed, with $3:15,000.
WASHINGTON, July 21.- The Senat*-, to?
day, passed a resolut inn extending, for
five years, to tho Alabama and Florida
Railroad, tho tune for thc payment of it?
duties on railroad ?rotMUid relaying track.
Tho House joint resolution for thc admis?
sion of Tennessee was taken up, in tho
Senate, and amended anew, a preamble
being substituted, declaring that Tennes?
see was seceded from the Government, in
1861, but now shows ?very disposition to
conform to tho Constitution and the laws,
and tntfl adopted a resolutiou endorsing
tho slavery amendment to tho Constitu?
tion, and,- also, that proposed by the pre?
sent Congress. The preamble? also- an?
nounce* that legislative authority alone is
authorized-to restore States under similar
circumstances. Tho amended resolution
will bo sent hack to the House for its con?
Thc House adopted a concurrent reso?
lution, by livu majority, providing that
tho officers of the two Houses shall ail
adjourn their respective Houses, until the
2d day of October; and if, on that day,
there was no quorum in either House, lite
presiding officers shall adjourn both
Houses to tho first Saturday in December.
Rosaeau made a speech in vindication of
his caning of Grinnell, concluding by read-1
ing a copy of "his resignation as a member
of the House, to-day sent to the Governor i
of Kentucky. The order of the House was
thou executed, bv Rosaeau being called
before tho bar, when.the Speaker reminded I
him tbata resolution had ?icen passed that
he be publicly,reprimauded. Nothing, ho I
said, could add to tho force of the reacia- j
tion, aud he morely said that tb? gentle
man was reprimanded accordingly.
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Later from Europe.
NEW YOBK, July 21-Tho steamship Her
man has arrived, with dates to the 10th. !
Tho Great Eastern is safely anchored and
coaling finished. Thc rest of tho cable is 1
expected to arrive hourly. The condition j
of the cabio on board is tested night and
day. It bas improved daily since its im
mersion under water in the tanks, ami is .
now considered electrically perfeet. The j
shore end was successfully landed, teste d,
and found perfect. -The 18G5 cabin was
also tested, and proved aa perfect as when
Tho proportion <>f the wounded in the
late battles is eight Austrians to one Prus?
sian. - !
The sale? of cotton on the Otb were 10.
500 bales. Market firmer. All qualities
advanced a trifling extent on Saturday.
Speculators and exporters took 4,000.
The Moniteur says negotiation between !
the belligerents is progressing favorably. ;
No doubt an armistice will bo agreed tb. ;
It is rumored that the French squadron
has been ordered to Venice. Tho Toulon
. authorities have been ordered to prepare
ten steam frigates and'corvettes.
Tho Russian official journal camions
Prussia to remember that there are ot "mo
strong and united powers in Europe into-j
rested in the balance of European power.
The Prussians made Parderbitx their ,
headquarters. Praqua baa beon aban?
doned, and it is expected that the Prus?
sians will seize it.
Tho Habana were severely beaten by tho \
Austrians at Borge, Offerte and Mo?teo
i icily, and were repulsed five times. Iicnc
dek has beeu relieved from command.
Consols steady, at 87?@87$. French
rentes 68f. floe. Five-twenties improved A. !
The very latest reporta from Liverpool
are to n?K>rt.<of the 11th. Cotton opened
very firm. Sato?, .IOagOO to 12,000 bales.
LONDON, July j?*Noon.-Consols for
money 87J. "i?%?3?*R
SANDY HOOK, July'il.-The City of Paris,
with European dates of tho 11th, ha^ ar?
rived. No armistice vet, although neg?- i
tiations continued. Italian papers state i
that Prussia declined an armistice. .Semi- '
official Vienna papers state that Napoleon
will open fresh steps of an energetic cha?
racter to effect an armistice.
Th? latest via Queenstown is to tho
12th. No practical result to the ncgotia- !
tion is yet apparent? The (Hohe believes !
that tho continent is on the brink of a |
general European war. Prussia continues !
firm in her demands. The Italians are ;
advancing in spite of French orders. The i
French iron-clad squadron was ordered to
Venice on the uight of the 11th. The |
Cherbourg squadron also ordered to sail
destination unknown. It was stated that
tho Prussians wer.: marching on Prank
The Madrid Epocha says that Spain has
no intention to relinquish thc war against
Chili and Peru, and the licet, when rein
forced, will return and completo the work
so valiantly begun.
The Prince Von Reusa arrived in Paris;
on the 10th, and had on intereiew with Na?
poleon. EteJstated that General Tressant
liad boen seat to tho Prussian headqnar
^^kj^ts to announce the armed mediation of
Tho (Hohe, speaking of an unconfirmed
rumor that the French flag had been raised
at Venetia, says Franco will hold Venetia
as a guarantee for tho present.
LIVERPOOL, July 12.- Cotton quiet and
unchanged. Sales on Thursday 10,000
bales. Breadstuff's inactive but firmer.
Provisions very dull. Consols 87?^7}.
MOBILE, July 21.-Sales of cot ton to dav
fiOO bales; middling 82. Market finn.
NEW ORLEANS, July 21. -Cotton stiffer,
with sales or 2,000 "bales; middling 31.
Gold 48. Sterling (53b
NEW YOBK, July 21.-Cotton dull; sales
of middlings at 3G, and New Orleans at :ts.
7 P. M.-Cotton advanced, sales of 3.000
bales at 37'i?39. Flour dull, at 10tfj25
lower. Southern drooping; Bales of 5'):>
barrels at $9.C5@15.75. Wheat doll, t orn
declined 1@2 cents. Polk buovaiit, al
BALTIMORE, July 21. Flour very quiet;
new Western scarce ami nominal. Wheat
dull and lower: prime Southern red $2 f.5.
Corn heavy; white $1.10; yellow 05. Pro?
visions dull. Moss pork $33.50. Sugars
very activo and firm. Coffco firm; stock
HAW THE WORLD AT WAR.-There .
never was a. pevrLd when the war
spirit wa? so prevalent among the
civilized nations as it is at the pre?
sent time. With all tho enlighten?
ment and boasted Christianity of tlie
prosent time, the barbarism of war
still remains, and the world is making
Ua apparent progress toward that
era when, "peace shall reign among
all the nations." In Europe, the
fighting force of nearly 100,000,000
people are now engaged in slaughter?
ing one another. Prussia, Austria,
Italy and the lesser German States
have.marshalled their armies upon
tlxe battle-field, and a desperate strug?
gle will be thc consequence. Franc??
stands upon the brink of the German
war, and wo may hear, at any time,
that it may cuter the lists. Russia
stands in a similar attitude, ready to
strike Prussia or Austria, us oppor?
tunity may ofter. Spain has all it
cou do to keep the kingdom safe from
revolts by tho military and the peo?
ple, and nothing is apparently needed
but the right kind of a leader to in?
sure thu overthrow of tho Govern?
ment. England is, just now, at peace,
but its Irish population tire ripe for
revolution, and they only await a
favorable opportunity to make the
strike for freedom. Crossing the At?
lantic, we find that eight South Ame?
rican nations are uow engaged in war,
while two or three others aro con?
tending with revolters and insurrec?
tionists. Brazil, Uruguay and the
Argentine Confederation arc allied in
the war with Paraguay; and Chili,
Peru, Ecquador and Bolivia are allied
in a defeuuive war against Spain.
Coming Northward, we find Mexico
engaged in a disperate struggle to
disengage itself from the yoke of
monarchy; and from ('nba we get
the news of a formidable insurrec?
tion there. Last, but not least, we
have the .contemplated capture of
Canada by the Fenians, the time of
which is not yet definitely fixed, but
due notice, of course, will be given.
It is not fur out of the way, there?
fore, to say that half tho civilized
world is at the point of war.
A NIGGER SUFFRAGE CONVECTION. -
The call for a convention of the loyal
Southerners is in itself a curious
amur. But where will intelligent
loyal Southerners, of an original type,
be found in sufficient numbers to fill
any respectably-sized hall in either
of our large, cities. The negroes,
who are the real, true, Simon pure
loyalists of the South, will have to be
called in to fill up the benches. Here
is a good chance for Wendell Phillips,
Lloyd Garrison, Henry Ward Bee?
cher. Horace Greeley, tho Rev. Mr.
Cheever and other pure ?uni unadul?
terated worshippers of tho negro, to
establish a new party, ou the plat?
form of negro suffrage. Lucy Stone,
Antoinette L. Brown, Elizabeth Cady
Stanton und other strong-minded
women, who advocate women's rights,
might also take a hand. It will be a
queer congregation, and, no doubt,
as beautifully speckled ns any anti
shivery convention ever held in New
England.-Nett York Herald.
The instructions given by tho Sec?
retary of War to General Grant, dis?
allowing military assistance to Gover?
nor Brownlow for the purpose of
getting a quorum of the Tennessee
Legislature together at Nashville,
were by the express directions of the
Brevet Maj. Gen. J. W. Sprague,
Assistant Commissioner of the Freed?
men's Bureau for Missouri, Arkansas
and the Indian Territory, estimates
the number of rations which will be
required for issue in his district ?lur?
ing August as follows: "To whites,
00,000; to freedmen, 150,000."
The following gentlemen have been
elected members of the Town Coun?
cil of Darlington : Intendant-A. C.
Spain. Wardens- John J. Russel,
M. A. Huggins. S. H. Wilds. J. M.
Mr. Wm. Timmerman, ofEdgefield
District, S. C., was robbed by two
negro boys, in Augusta, Ga., on Fri?
day, of several hundred dollars in
gold. Tlie negroes Aver?? arrested,
but only %?30 were recovered.
A revolution broke out nt Connives,
Hay ti, .July r>, und spread through
tin- adjoining territory. All commu?
nication was suspended between the
North and the capital. Business was
Garibaldi's body guard is formed
by the sons of tho Neapolitan Patri?
cians, whom a few years buck ho
overturned. Queer world, is it not?
Jp fire in Charlottetown, L'rince Ed
Tvif'rd Island, on Sunday morning last,
burnell ever 100 buildings. The loss
Funeral ' Invitation.
Thc friends aiu> acquaintances <<f Mr.
and Mrs. JOHN McCULLY aro invited lo
atti nd Iliii funeral of tlie former, from thc
late residence of Mr. Hill, corner of Lum
!.. r and Gadsden streets.
.) CASKS GOLDEN SHEHIW. Sold low
? t-. dealers.
.Inly is .INO. C. SEEGERS & CO.
riV?'O Lug.- mid commodious STOHES,
1 centrullv located. Anplv to
.Inly C. JOHN RAW I.S.
.");,") CASKS .loungers A- Co.s EDIN
?i?2 BURGH. J. C. SEEGERS A/'O.
-1 K BOXES best F.VMlLY SOAP - low fo
lt I cash. J. C. tJEEGEBS ,V CO.
NEW PIANOS, of Newman
Bro. A Son's manufacture, and
? ? S1 ll lof other makera, for salo low
for cash or produce Second-hand Pianoa
for sale or rent. Pianos repaired and tuned
thoroughly. Apply 1? milos on Winnsboro
Hoad, also at John McKenzie's, or leave a
note in Post Office, Columbia.
July 22 4 JOSEPH NEWMAN, Agent.
ri .* ?3 55 S ^ 5
W . j il g
PH ' : :wr>^311? s
fer ^ : HIN& ?Sa-s* J
fe S :i .-s?g sSgil i
??*l| ii \
tm s * 03 S g 5 J ^ P. ? 3
fe jj sse ?g ^|||
* co ?S Hol|
OA SACKS PBIME RICE.
?A ) 50 sacks TJVERPOOL SALT. For
aa lc bv BROWNE & SCHIRMER
Jnlv 21 . 2
?U11?I9 umiuj uumii
*7 i\f\f\ BUSHELS Provision CORN. |
/ .UUVJ 1,500 bushels Yellow CORN, j
For sale LOW by
July 21 2 _ BROWNE & SCHIRM ER.
SEVEN THOUSAND LUS. WESTERN j
25 bbls. FAMILY FLOUR. For sale by |
July 21 2 BROWNE k 8CHIRMER. _
ALL persona having claims against me,
aro referred to my son, R. C. SHIVER,
i of tho firm of Shiver ?V Beckham.) for ad?
justment. - W. SHIVER.
July 20_ _?*
Medical Dispensary, !
Plain sired, Columbia, S. C.
BEING in receipt of a frosh
(srVtand select supp?v of MEDI- \f\
VW CINES, together with many Of-L?J*.?
ticinal Preparations of his own make,
the subscriber is prepared to compound
tho PRESCRIPTIONS of Physicians, as
well as to dispense tho various Medicines
required by families, in the most reliable
manner, at all hours and at moderate
charges. EDWAI1D SILL.
July 20 . 3 j
Four Good Mules,
Vt^^ WELL broke and in Rood order.
For sale low. Apply to
???iii JOHN C. SEEGERS A Ct).
HAN AH AN & WARLEY,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
Columbia and Chai-lctun, M. C.?
Solicitconsignments at either place from
their friends July 18 3mo
H. 1?. H AN AH AN. FELIX WARLEY.
S. T McCAUGHRIN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCK AN I'S
.\M> DEALERS IN
l^oiiail^' Groceries I
^3--^ ARE now open- /-?r ?
/TWir^t^inS a ?elect stock fcggdM
HiH?ylof GROCERIES, fl PS? jg
^W^^^^Bf co n si s t in g in jjlj^t
FLOUR, Part ?
All of which will be sold LOW for CASH.
Main street, near Taylor,
July 19 0 Columbia", S. C.
Q i PI PE HOLLAND GIN.
O cask BRANDY-"Olard, Dupnv |
i cask SHERRY WINE.
1 cask Burgundy PORT WINE.
Corn, Rye and Monongahela Whiskies.
For sale as low as genuine articles can
bc furnished for by E. STENHOUSE. !
Jnly 10 Imo i
FOUR YEARS IN THE SADDLE.
T>Y Col. Harry Gilmor, of tho Maryland 1
lt Linc. Summer Rest; by (Jail Hamil?
ton. Hand and Glove; by Amelia Edwards.
I'ho Orphans; by Mrs. Oliphant. Miss For- 1
rester-A Novel; by Mrs. Edwards. Poems ;
. f Miss Mnloch. Toilers of the Sea; by
Victor Hugo. Owen Meredith's Pocus.
New supplies of Dr. Craven's Jeff. Davis
in Fortress Monroe. Rill Arp, with inc?
lines to match. Petigru's Life; by Hon.
W. J. Grayson. Diary of Mrs. Trevylyan;
by Cotta Family. Chronicles of Schomberg j
Cotta Family. For salo at
J. J. McCARTERS Bookstore.
Opposite Court House, Columbia. ;
'.tri. A LARGE and commodious RKSl- ?
PENCE, in the city of Columbia, con- ;
L taining ten good room J, with out?
buildings complete, bath room and water
.loset, in a healthy part of the city. Terms
reasonable. Apply to
Jnly 13jf?_D. P.. DgSAUSSURE.
I1LIRET I\? RII1XE WISE.
CASK ST. JULIEN.
1 " BUDELSH EIMER,
lune 2U JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
REAL FLAVORING EXTRACT'S of Lo?
mon, Filio Apple, Vanilla, Strawberry.
Almond, Ac. JOBI received and for sale at
fair prices by J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
Flour, Flour, Flour.
-| f\f\ BARRELS, consisting of Fine,
1UU Super, Extra, Becker's . Genuine
Soli-raising and real FamUy FLOUR. Just
rccoived and for sale bv
July 22_J.* A T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
5KITS real COUNTRY BUTTER. Just
received and for sale at fair prices by
July 22 _ J^ A T. R. AGNEW.
Soap, Soap, Soap.
prpv BOXES genuine FAMILY SOAP.
O vf Just received and for sale at fair
prices bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
July 22 _
REAL "CANTON GINGER.
2CARES genuine CANTON GINGER.
Just received and for salo at fair prices
bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
an;l Edinburg ALE. Just received and
for Bale by J. A T. Ii. AGNEW.
?Jellies, Pine Apple, &c.
("i ENUINE RASPBERRY, real PEAR,
genuine Banana, real Orange, genu?
ine Pine Apple, real Plum and genuine
Apple JELLIES; also, genuine Pino Apple
and real Peaches, in hermetically-sealed
cans. Just received and for sale at fair
prices bv J. A T. It. AGNEW.
Salmon and Mackerel.
/"I ENVINE SALMON and real BLUE
VX MACKEREL. Just received and for
sale at fair prices bv
July 21 " J. .V T. It. AGNEW.
Cream Tartar, Soda, &c.
REAL CREAM TARTAR, genuine SODA
and real SAL.ERATUS. Just received
ami for sale bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Figs and Raisins.
REAL FIGS and genuine RAISIN'S
Just received and for sale bv
J uly 21 J. A T. R. A< 1N KW .
1JEPPER, ALLSPICE, GINGEl: M . .
Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Clove!*, whole
and grmmd. just reC( ivoil and for sale low,
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes.
JCST RECEIVED, a full assortment of
Hubs, Spolies and Felloes, suit able for
Carriage ami Wagon-makers, which will bc
sohl at a small advance on cost.
Jnlv ll J. A T. R. AGNEW.
?) -r BARRELS CRUSHED SUGARS
j-?'J 100 barrels extra (' Sugar.
50 barrels A Sugars.
50 barrels Mus. ovad. > Sugars.
On band, and to arrive noon, which will
be seid at our usual low prices.
July 14 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Raisins, Figs, Currants, ?ic.
JUST received, a complete assortment of
RAISINS. FIGS, CURRANTS, Prunes
and Almonds all fresh and cheap.
July 14 J A- T. It. AGNEW.
Mustard ! Mustard ! !
1CASE FRENCH MUSTARD, and a full
assortment of London Mustard, in bot?
tles, cans and in bulk, just received per
steamer, and fur sale low bv
July ? 1 J. A T.* R. AGNEW.
Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues.
.) BB LS. Choice Fulton Market Beef.
j?? Bl.1.1. cindee Ox Tongues.
Just received and for sale by
July ll J. A T. R". AGNEW.
AFULL assortment of best qualltv
Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to f>2 inches in diameter, just received and
for sale low by J. A T. ft. AGNEW.
TUST rec ?ved from auction, a n?>od sup?
ply of first quality BLACKING, manu
fuetur'ed i>v Chas. Wats.m. lat?- foreman to
J. S. Mason A Co., nod fer sale at the f>d
j lowing low ju il l s: No. 1, HO cents per
dozen; N?>. 2, 40 cents per dozen: No. ?1,50
cents per doz? ti; No. 4. (l.l cents per dozen.
June 2? J. A T. R. AGNEW.
"ITJ^E are daile adding to our variety of
VT choice GROCERIES, and have just
received a supplv of the following, viz:
Fresh MACKEREL, in cum.
Fresh SALMON, in can-'.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in ? uns
Roast Beef, in cans.
(?reen Corn, in cans.
Pic Fruits, assorted, in glass.
Lemon Svrup, in glass.
June 22 ' J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
-| / \ llllb.s. prime BACON SIP LS a
ll I SHOULDERS.
2 Idids. Sugar-cured Bri akf&st Strips.
On band and for sale low bv
June 15 J. .V T. ft. AGNEW,
Hams! Hams! Hams!
(CHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
J CURED HAMS, just received and for
sale at 2"> cents per pound. Call soon, be?
fore tlu'V ar?' all sold.
Jun.' 'j J. A T. IL AGNEW.
rjMRE IRON. I ? to 2 inclu s wide, "t Cjc.
A complete assortment <>!' HOOD, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on
band and fur sale low bv
Juno :i .!. A T. R. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
~(\ Do/- Long and short Handled
<?)l f SHOVELS.
25 doz. SPADES.
15 '. Long and Short Han.lied Manure
Forks. Also, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
Garden Rakes, Gardon Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles, Griffin's ScythoR, Ac. Just receive'
and for sale low bv j. AT R AGNEW
HOSIERY & NOTION HOODS!
WE are receiving thia day, otu the
Emily li. Souder, from New York, a
largo stock of (HOODS, purchased for cash,
to which we invite the special attention of
tho ladies and merchants, HH we will sell
CHEAP, both nt wholesale and retail:
HOD pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, sott finish.
Plain anti Striped S nias.
Plaid and Tape ('hecks. Mull Muslin. j
Striped and Dotted Dobinct.
Tarletons, Silk Dobinct for Veils.
White, Colored and black Kid Gloves. j
White, Colored and Black Tafcta and i
Berlin, for Ladies ami Misses.
Largo stock of Hosiery, for Ladies', j
i Gent's, Misses and Boys, from com mon to 1
i host-regular makes, r.ll bizos.
! Brown and Bleached Damasks, Crash. |
! Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels-cheap. !
Berage and Grenadine, for Veils- alli
Infants' Robes, Piano and Table Covers.
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
8-4 to 11-4 Cotton Sheeting. ?
Mosambique, Silk Poplins, Lenos.
1 Plaid and Black Alpacas.
Berage, Chambra, Pecols. .
Paney Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle Gloves.
; PrnTts, of all descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, Li^le and Thread Edg
. ings, lnscrtings, Balancines.
[ Toilet Quilts, Ribbons and Notions.
I CLOTHING, consisting of Paney Cassi- I
! meres. Tweeds, Linena and Broadcloths;
j also, Marseilles and Satin Vests.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Beragcs.
' 50 " Challies-very pretty '7A 7<1. |
25 " Fremd? Prints.
200 " Fancy
2tK) " Lawns and Jaconets.
Bombazines, C-l Black DeLaine..
8-4 Black and White Berage, for shawls, i
; Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslin?.
Plaid and Sott Finished Cambrics,
j White and Colored Brilliant*.
' Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen Cuft'M and I ?ol tars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
; 25 " .S-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings, j
i Biles 3-4, 7-6 and 4-4 Shirtings.
!!..-!? ry --all prices and qualities.
i iargu an?i beautiful iot of Sea-sides and j
.->;...-?: iwns; together willi many other
good* too numerous to mention all of I
which will be sold verv cheap,
j July 15 _ TOLLF.SON A .TANNEY.
ON CONSIGNMENT ?
?T/\ BOXES TOBACCO -choice grades.
! QU 10 " - low
10,000 SEGARS-genuine Rio Hom)'..
5,000 " -low grades.
20 halos COTTON YARNS -S to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port. Sherrv and Claret
10 doz. Lemon S , rup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
Pt hbls. Bourbon Whi-ki v.
20 '. Corn
?Vt bbls. Coffee Sugars.
..'"i " common Brown Sngarn.
.r. bag* Coffee.
:;oo boxes Sardines. Ibo boxes Herring*.
.J A XX KV A: TOI iLESOX.
I A VER S SARSAPARILLA
, ?A. SAND'S
, Eppiug'a Sarsaparilla and Queen* lu -
\ light. For ealo at
\ July 17 DB. C. H. MIOTS Drug Stoiv. ,
IjlOR cementing lila.--.. ('?dna, Xe. For ;
1 sale at lu;. C. H. MIOTS
July 0 Drug Stor--.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
, A SUPPLY lust received bv express, at j
' Tl. Dn. C. li. MIOTS i
; ^uly 0 Drugstore.
j A. Pleasant Tonic.
? Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir o? Cali?
i ?T1 HE bitterness of the Calisaya and the
I J. nauseous inkiness of the iron, which ,
j have so often rendered these estimable
: lonies repulsive to delicate stomachs, are
; entirely overcome by u -tug skillfully blend
; ed intoM delightful "cordial, pleasant to the
j taste, acceptable to the stomach :-.::d invi
gorating to the svstem. for sale ;it
? Julv o' Dn. C.'IL MIOTS Drug Store.
Q U I Ni I N E !
1AA OZ. QUININE, rec ive.1 THIS
: JLv/V/ DAY bv National Express at
? June 29 'MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
NE ca>o CITRATE MAGNESIA, n
ceived at MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
FRESH SUPPLY of Cue abovo a:
June 29 M lo p .s DRUG STORE.
FOR SUMMEFi USE.
\rENICE SUR CHOIX BATHING
Turkish BATHING TOWELS-extra.
CA LE FACTO GLOVES.
German, Neroli, Turkish and Belle CO?
French anil English Soap-., Extracts,
Toilet Powders, Ac.
All tho above, of th.- best quality and
recent importation. rec? ?ved at
.lune 29 MIOT'S DHU?J STORE.
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sale
! at MIOT'S DRUG STORE,
TUST received by express, the following
choice varieties of LANDRETH'S GE?
NUINE TURNIP SEED:
Lambeth's unproved Purple Top Ruta
White Swedish Ruta Baga.
Ea: Iv White Flat Dutch. At
.hine 29 DR. C. IL MIOTS Drug Store.
HAVING ope nod my o Oleo
permanently in Columbia, 1
may bo found at all hours at
tho* residence of Mr. M. H.
borrv, (opposite tho Catholic Church,) on
\:: .embly street. n P GREGG
H. E. NICHOLS.
<A?-,.f,- of Awiithly and "Washinyt'tn St*..
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENTS, Hmong others, tit? tot
lowing excellent Companies:
Underwriters' Agencv, New York
International, New York-capital. 1,000,000
Security, '.' " . I.UOO.OC
Home, New Haven, " .. 1,000,00o
Manhattan, New York " .. 1,000,000
North American, New York, " 500,000
Putnam, Hartford, " 600,0011
Home, Savannah, " . . 500,000
Southern Insurance and Trust, Sa?
vannah - capital. 500,00!)
New York Accidental, New York
POLICIES MADE PAYABLE
IN GOLD OR CURRENCY, AND
LOSSES PROMPTLY SETTLED.
July 22_[March 1 6mo] g
Hear the Voice of the People!
IH AYE tried your GERMAN HORS*
POWDERS, anti am well pleased witL
thc result. Scud me $5 worth bv express,
and oblige "P. J. C.
Good for all diseases to which horne ia
subject. A valuable medicine. No one
should be witbodt it. For sale bv
FISHER ? HEINlTSH,
.Tub 12 Druggists.
XTTONDERFUL EFFECT of only one
VT bottle. Copy of a lotter: "I have
used only half a bottle of Queen's Delight
and Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions of
thc skiu and itching humor nt the blood,
which annoyed mo very much. I alt *u
tirelv cured. I think vourmedicine a .?lu
able'one. F. W. C."
For sale bv FISHER A- HEINlTSH.
July 12 *_
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
ri^O insure thu comfort of "nature's sweet
I restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
BUG DESTROYER." It destroys them in
stantlv. At FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
FOR BED BUGS.
For RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
For TOOTHACHE. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S, Diugglste.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
1710lt making LEMONADE. Put in bot
' ties; 25 cent? each. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S, Drugg'hta.
FOR marking linen. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
July 7 Druggists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC 1 !
4 NY one may make a beautiful pictut*
with only a few drops of water, and
mateo your own albums of pretty pictures
a; little cost. For sale bv
FISH ER .t HEINlTSH. Pharmacists.
Tamarinds for the Sick!
?10R making TAMARIND LEMONADE;
1 a delight nd refrigerant in fevors. For
sale by FISHER A HEINlTSH.
June 20 _Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supple of PONTOONS,
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. Th*.
great medicine for worm?. Over 2,800 have
been seid in less than two mouths, and
millions nf worms destroved. If voui
children have worms, go to Fisher A Hein -
itsh's and get a box.
FISHER_A HEINlTSH, Pharm adata.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. No one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health and attraction would exchange it
for the wealth of the Indies. Yet now
many buffer their skiu to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beantv and bloom of the face. The CIR
CASStAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimplos, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, go
attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HEINlTSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO.. Philad'a.
( AIM & KR?DER.
Wines, Liquors and Segara.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never ottered for sale LESS THAN
Main Street ana! Gervait Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER.
.jil BISHELS COW PEAS.
LIMITED amount JEROLD and SIL