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AtigW^fcAWife final ne?
gotiations for the edSatj?sJbm^it of
pearn between Prussia and Austria
and Italy are in progress, and peace
ie regarded as certain.
lavKRPOon, August 17-Noon.
Sales of cotton for the week, 8fi,000
batea Prices improved for the week
Vd. Middliag uplands 1334d.
IiONnoN, August' 17-Noon.-Con?
sols 88*4 mf money; fire-twenties,
. : M? - = - :
.OacmwATi, August 18.--The City
Council elected Chas. F.~ Wilstack
Mayor, vice L. A. Harris resigned.
64 deaths from cholera yesterday.
. WASHINGTON, August 18.-The Pr??
sidant, in an interview with the New
Hampshire delegation; said, in refer?
ence to the Convention and his fu?
ture policy: "We have now a policy
and principles recognized and laid
down, by the most intelligent, able
and patriotic body of men convened
since the days of the Declaration of
Independence. A recognition of this
polioy and principles would bo re?
quired of those who receive office
aad patronage from the Government.
It vas - a duty the Administration
owed itself, that power should be
gi vea- to those who maintain the
principles declared by that great
body of national men who met this
week in Convention in Philadelphia. "
Praldent Johmon's Remarks to ttxc
Committee ot ?he PhUadelplra
WASHINGTON, August IS.-There
wae a great crowd to-day to hear thc
President, in response to Reverdy
Johnson, who presented the official
proceedings of the Convention. He
maid, referring with feeling to thc
scene represented of South Caroline
and Massachusetts entering the Con?
vention together, he was overcome,
and could not but conclude that ar
overruling Providence was directing
us aright. He said our b. e mei
have performed their dutie. on th<
field and have won laurels imperish
abb; but, (turning to Gen. Kan dall,
he continued, there are greater anc
more important duties perform
and while we have had their co-ope
ration in the field, we now need thei:
efforts to perpetuate peace. [Ap
planee. J The Executive Departmen
had tried to pour oil on the waters
and restore the Union; but it bat
not entirely succeeded. Wo hav<
seen, he said, iu one department o
the Government, every effort to per
fact the restoration of peace am
harmony in the Union. We hav<
sees hanging on the verge of thi
Government , as it were, a body called
or which assumed to be, tho Congres*
of the United States, while in fact i
- xs a Congress of only part of th?
Sni?a. We have seen this Congress
; at?ame and pretend to be aiding th
Union, when its every step and ac
taailhq to perpetuate disunion nm
make a disruption of States inevita
Iii?, instead of promoting reconcilia
tioa and harmony. Its legialatioi
has partaken of the character o
penalties, retaliation and revenge
This has been the course and th
policy of one portion of your Go
vernment. The humble individua
who is now addressing you stands th
representative of another departmen
of the Government. The manner i:
which he was called upon to occup;
that position, I shall not allude to o
this occasion; suffice it to say, that h
is here under the Constitution of th
country, and being here by virtue c
its provisions, he takes his stan
upon, that charter of our liberties ?
tbs great rampart of civil and rel
gio tis liberty. [Prolonged cheering.
Having been taught in my early lil
to hold it sacred, and having pra<
ticed upon it during my whole pul
lio career, I shall ever continue 1
reverence the Constitution of m
fathers and make it my guid<
The i'resident proceeded and <l
nied the charge that he had over bec
tyrannical or a despot; but said sue
charges were simply intended to d
ceive and delude the public mic
into the belief that there is nome oi
in power who is usurping and trar
piing upon the rights of the Consl
tution. It is done by those who mat
auch charges for the purpose of c
vering their own acts. [That's s
sad applause.] I have felt it my dut
ia vindication of the principles of tl
Constitution of my country, to ci
the attention of my countrymen
these proceedings. When we cor
to examine who has been playing tl
tyrant, by whom do we find tlespt
ism exercised? As to myself, t
elements of my nature, the pursu
of my Ufe, have not made me in r.
feelings or in my practice, oppr<
?ve-my nature, on the contrary,
rather defensive in its character; b
I will say that, having taken my sta
upon the broad principles of libei
and the Constitution, there is i;
power enough on earth to drive i
from ?k [Load and prolonged ?
phrase.] Having placed myself up
that broad platform, I have not be
awed, or dismayed, or intimidated
either threats or encroachments; I
Its ve stood there, in conjunction w.
the) patriotic spirits, sounding 1
tocsin of alarm, when I deemed 1
citadel of liberty endangered. ]Lo
and prolongea applause-goo
thfcd on* a.prmi?u? ooc^onim ro-"
peat now, ?hat all that is-necessary ic
and deAcfca&Hs that tnV atHiggfc
sufficiently audiblo for Che
>y did hear, looking j
on and seeing wno the contestants
were, and what the struggle was
about. Determined that they would
settle this question on the side of the
Constitution and of principle, I pro?
claim here to-day, as I have on pre?
vious occasions, that my faith is in
the great mass of the people. In the
midst of tlris struggle, when the
Cl?uuar ?Oci?cd to bc EUGS? lowering,
my faith, instead of giving way,
loomed up through tho clouds, be?
yond whicn I saw that all would be
well in tho end. My countrymen,
we all know that tyranny and despot?
ism, in tho language of Thomas Jef?
ferson, can be exercised and exerted
moro faithfully by the many than the
one. Wo have seen a Congress gra?
dually eucroach, stop by step, and
day after day, upon the constitution?
al rights and fundamental principles
of Government. Wc havo seen a
Congress that seemed to forget that
there was a limit to the sphere and
scope of legislation. We have seen a
Congress in a minority assume to ex?
ercise power which, if allowed to be
carried out, would result in despot?
ism or monarchy itself. This is the
truth, and because others as well as
myself have seen proper to appeal to
the patriotic and republican feeling
of tho country, we have been de?
nounced in seveiest terms; slander
upon slander, vituperation upon vitu
peration of this villainous character
has made its way through the press,
What, gentlemen, has been yours
and my sin? What has \>eeu the
cause of our offending? I will tell
you. Daring to stand by the Consti?
tution of our fathers. I consider the
proceedings of this Convention the
more important than those of any
convention that ever assembled iu the
United States. [Great applause.]
When I look with my mind's eye
upon that collection of citizens com?
ing together voluntarily, and sitting
in council with ideas, with principles
and views, commensurate with all
the States, and co-extensive with the
whole people, and contrast it with the
commotion of persons who aro trying
to destroy the country, I regard it as
more important than any convention
that has sat at least since 1787. [Re?
newed applause. ] I think that I may
also say that the declarations that
were there made are equal to the De?
claration of Independence itself. I
here, to-day, pronounce them a se?
cond Declaration of Independence.
[Cries or "Glorious," and a most en?
thusiastic and prolonged applause.]
Your address and declarations are no?
thing more nor less than a reiteration
of the Constitution of the United
States. Yes, I will go farther, and
say that the declarations you have
made-that the principles you have
enunciated in your address-are a se- I
cond proclamation of emancipation
to tho people of the United States, i
[Renewed and enthusiastic applause,] j
for in proclaiming and re-proclaiming
these great truths, you have laid down
a constitutional platform upon which
all can make common eau ;e and stand j
united together for restoration of the j
States and preservation of the Go- |
vernment, without reference to party.
The question only is the salvation of j
the country-for our country rises j
above all party considerations. How
many are there in the United States
that now require to be free? They
have thc shackles upon their limbs,
and are bound as rigidly as though
they were in fact in slavery. I repeat,
then, that your declaration is the
second proclamation of emancipation
to tho people of the United Skates,
aud offers a common ground upon
whioh all parties can stand. (Ap?
Mr. Chairman and gentlemen, let
me, in this connection, ask what have
I to gain more than the advancement
of the public welfare? I am as much
opposed to the indulgence of egotism
as any one, but live in a conversa?
tional manner. While formally re?
ceiving the proceedings of this Con?
vention, I may be permitted again to
ask what have I to gain, consulting
humau ambition, more than J have
gained, excepting one thing? Hy race
is nearly run. I have been placed in
tho high oilice which I occupy under
tho Constitution of tho country, and
may say that I havo held-from tho
lowest to tho highest-almost every
position to which a man may attain
in our Government; and surely, gen?
tlemen, this should be enough to
gratify a reasonable ambition. If I
wanted authority, or if I wished to
perpetuate my own power, how easy
it would have been to hold and wield
that which was placed in my hands by
tho measure called the Freedmen's
Bureau bill. [Prolonged applause. ]
With au army which it placed at my
disposal, I could have remained at the
capital of tho nation-and with fifty
or sixty millions of appropriations at
my disposal, with the machinery to
bo worked by my satraps and de?
pendants, in every town and village; j
and then with the civil rights bill '
following as an anxiliary, [laughter, ]
in connection with all the other ap?
pliances of tho Government, I could
have proclaimed myself dictator. !
Rut, gentlemen, my pride and my !
ambition havo been to occupy that
position winch leaves all power in
the hands of the people. It is upon
that I have always relied; it is upon
that I. >y now. And I repeat, that
neither the plaudits or jeers of Con?
gress, nor ol a subsidised calumniat
m anv? me from my
[Great applause.] I ac
ap superior-except mr
_ o? wie U nite? States. [Loud
and prolonged applause and cheers.]
Far the one, I try to obey all bis com?
mands as beet I can, comp itible with
my poor humanity; for the other, in
a political and representative sense,
the high behests of the people have
always been respected and obeyed by
Mr. Chairman, I have said more
than I had anticipated; and for the
kind allusion to mvself contained in
adopted by the Convention, let me
remark, that in this crisis, and at the
present period of my public lifo, I
hold above all price, and shall ever
recur with feelings of profound grati?
fication to the last resolution, con?
taining the endorsement of a Conven?
tion emanating spontaneously from
the great mass of the people. I trust
and nope that my future action may
be such that you, and the Convention
you repsesent, may not regret the as?
surance of confidence you have ex?
Before separating, my friends, one
and all, please accept my sincere
thanks for the kind manifestations of
regard and respect you have exhibited
on this occasion. I repeat, thnt I
shall always continue to be guided by
a conscientious conviction of duty
that always gives one courage, under
the Constitution, which ? have made
At the conclusion of tho President's
remarks, three enthusiastic cheers
were given for Andrew Johnson and
three, more for Gen. Grant. The
President then took a position near
the door opening into the hall, with
Gen. Grant by his side, where, as the
gentlemen of tho Committee and
members of the Convention passed I
out, he grasped each by thc hand. !
und had a smile or ii cheering word !
for all. After which they passed on j
to take Gen. Grant by tho hand.
NEW YORK, August 18-Noon.- I
Gold 14934. Exchange nomiual, nt
732(^734-sight 9(o>9>.;>. Cotton dull,
MOBILE, August 18.-Cotton sales
to-day 300 bales-middliug 30@31.
Demand fair-holders asking outside
WHITE & MIXER, PUUPUIETOKS.
THIS POPULAR an.l well known
HOTEL has boen NEWLY FUR?
BISHED throughout by thu present
proprietors, who have been" sixteen years
connected with thc establishment.
H. WHITE, OEO. G. MIXEU.
CHAS. A. MILLER, Cashier. Aug tl
NEW YORK ?ND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Fare Reduced to $25.
Leaving each Port every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY H. SOI UK !t,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MAUSUMAN. j
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every |
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, wit li
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
iud, for safety, speed and comfort, aro un?
rivalled on tho coast.
M O N E K A ,
CAPTAIN C. P. MAKSHMAN.
WELL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, August 23,
18f><>, at - o'clock.
Liberal advancos made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage applv at the
Agents. WILLIS A C1I?SOLM,
Aug 17 North Atlantic Wharf.
$500 REWARD !
Arrest the Murderers !
AMOST DIABOLICAL MURDER was j
committed near the town of Chester.
S. C., on thc night of the 22d July, 1K,;?;,
upon tho bodv of mv brother, ALEXAN?
DER D. WALKER. The murderers -two
in number-were negroes, and are de?
scribed by those who saw them as follows:
Ono, copper color, rather stout, five feet
ton inches high, weighs about 165 pounds,
light clothes, 23 or 24 years old; light drab
bat, good shoes, had black carpet-bag.
The other, black complexion, slender,
live feet eight inches high, high che? li?
bones, quick of speech; dark clothes, blaek
hat, good shoes, 23 or 25 years old, weighs
about 140 pounds.
From the bodv of their victim was taken
a watch, open-faced, gold case and dial,
English lever, James Moss, maker, Liver?
pool, No. 5,208, with gold fob chain, three
or four strands curb, a gold locket, seal
and one or two plain rings attached; and
from his dwelling house, after the commis?
sion of tho murder, ono Colt's repeater,
five-shooter, and several articles of cloth?
Tho above negroes were eacbarmod with
a pistol, and said they wero travohng with
a Mr. Owens, of Spartanburg.
Tho above reward will be paid for their
arrest, or for any information that will lead
to the apprehension of the perpetrators of
so brutal and atrocious a murder.
Aug 17 JOSHUA H. WALKER.
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
At the Sign of t?as Golden Pad-tock.
AFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, Ac, in store
and for sale low for cash.
May 26 JOHN C. DIAL.
Segars, Tobacco, tte.
T* " ~ ~ I MBGAJ?, assorted from
' oom mon to chelae,
m ? good assortment ol
Mid Smoking TOBACCO, cm br ac
?lebrated Pnrimm Smoking, Jenny
- i Bolseo Chewing. For Mk) at
wholesale and retail at low prior? bv
Joly 37 . J. A T. R. AGNEW._
REAL FLAVORING EXTRACTS of Le?
mon, Pine Apple, Vanilla, Strawberry,
Almond, Ac. Jost received and for side at
fair prices by J. * T. R. AGNEW.
Flotttp llorar. Flour.
1 f li I BARRELS, oonsis?ng of r inc,
l\Jv Soper, Extra, Beckers Oeunino
tit lf-raising and real Family FLOUR. Just
received and for salo by
Jnly 22_J. * T. li. AGNEW.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER! i
5KITS real COUNTRY BUTTER. Just
received and fur sale at fair prices by
July 22_J^j-Jj 5; AGN_EW._
Soap, Soap, Soap.
K/\ BOXES genuine FAMILY SOAP.
tJ\J Just received and for salo at fair
prices by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
REAL CANTON (JI?GTERT
2CASES genuino CANTON GINGER.
Just received and for salo at fair prices
by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
July 22 _
Ale and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
anil Edinboro ALE. Just received and
?or sale by J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
Jellies, Pine Apple, &c.
GENUINE RASPBERRY, real PEAR,
genuine Banana, real Orange, genu?
ine Pine Apple, real Plum and genuine
Apple JELLIES; also, genuine Pine Apple
mu? re:il Peaches, in hermetically-scaled
cans. Just received and for sale, at fab
prices bv J. ft T. lt. AGNEW.
Salmon and Mackerel.
GENUINE SALMON .md real BLUE
MACKEREL Just received and for
sale ?it fair prices1 bv
July 21 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Cream Tartar, Soda, &c
REAL CREAM TARTAR, genuine SODA
and real S AL.E RAT US. Just received
au.l lor Hale by J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Figs and Raisins.
REAL FIGS and genuine RAISINS.
Just received and hir sale bv
_ July ai _ J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes.
JUST RECEIVED, a full assortment of
Hub-, Spokes and Felloes, suitable for
Carriage and Wagon-makers, which will be
sold ai a small advance on cost.
July 14 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
?K BARRELS CRUSHED SUGARS.
l?;i barrell extra (' Sugar.
5^> barrels A Sugars.
?>? barrels Muscovado ??>u};ars.
Un hand, and to arrive soon, which will
be sold at our usual low prices.
July 14 L & T. R. AGNEW.
Raisins, Figs, Currants, &c.
JUST received, a complete assortment of
RAISINS. FIGS, CURRANTS, Prunes
and Alnv nub; -all fresh and cbeap.
July 14 _J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
1CASE FRENCH MUSTARD, and a full
assortment of London Mustard, in bot?
tles, cans and in bulk, just received per
steamer, and for sal" low by
July U J. A T. li. AGNEW.
Gorned Reef and Pickled Tongues.
2BBI?. Choice Fulton Market Beef,
libbi, choice Ox Tongues.
Just received ami for sale by
Julyl4_ JT. A T. R. AGNEW.
AFULL assortment ..f lust nuallty
Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from rt
to 02 inches iu diameter, just received and
for sah- low by J. .V T. R. A??NEW.
ITTi' arc dailv adding to our variety of
W choice GROCERIES, and bave just
received a supplv of the following, viz:
Fresh MACKEREL, in cans.
Fresb SALMON, in cans.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in cane.
Roast Beef, in cans.
Green Corn, in cans.
Pie Fruits, assorted, in ?lli>s.
Lemon Syrup, in ?,'lass.
June 22 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
npiRE IRON, li to 2 indies wide, at G.?c.
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, <m
hand and for sale low bv
June H J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
""Ci DOZ. Long and Short Handled
25 doz. SPADES.
1") " Long and Short Handled Blantire
Forks. Also, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
Gorden Bakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles Griffin's Scythes, ftc. Just received
and for sal.' low by J. ft T. ll. AGNEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
TEE undersigned have been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes aro ma le with three flanges
all other safes have but two. They have
Powder Proof Locks, and the locks and
bolts arc protected with platen of hardened
steel, which is thc only protection against
the burglars drill and thoinscrtion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
I Wbilo these Safes have no superior m
quality, they aro furnished at moderate
frices-at least 25to 33iper cent, less than
Terrine's anil other makers, wir le tho
quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can be seen at our store,
and orders will be taken at Now York
prices, with expenses of transportation
1 added, and no charge for forwarding in
CbirWton. JT dc T. R. AGNEW.
! July 7
Notice to Traveler?.
THOSE going or returning from the
North should take the Wilmington
route to Weldon and Bay Line to Bul ti- >
more, or cia Bichmond to Baltimore. Dis?
tance ria Raloigh, 382 miles to Weldon; by \
Wilmington, 358 miles-over which route
the great mails are transported. Splendid
sleeping cars are running and tho best
redling stock now in thc Southern country.
Sure connections. Through Tickets and.
Through Baggage Checks.
Bichmond to KingaviUe, etti Oreons
. horo.417 miles. I
Richmond to Km ga vibe, vin Wil?
mington.41 Ri milen. I
8. L. FREMONT,
Aug 14 Imo_Engineer and Sup't. !
To and from the North. j
THROUGH FREIGHT AIR LINE !
Via the North Carolina Railroad and
its Connecting Lines.
BY THROUGH FREIGHT ARRANGE?
MENTS, through receipts aro given
from Columbia and ad points ou the Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad, to New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Portsmouth, Norfolk, Petersburg and City
Point, at exceedingly LOW RATES.
Lower, with more despatch and with
less insurance than any oilier line.
Koo a gents and ship your goods by the
following lines, and no other-caro ot'ltail
road Agent, Portsmouth, Vs.:
From New Y'ork.-Atlantic Coast Mail
Steamship Company, LIVINGSTON, FOX
A CO., Agents; office No. 88 Liberty street,
Shipping Point, Pier -?o. SC, North River,
i N. Y.
[ From Boston.-Boston and Norfolk
: Steamship Company, A. SAMPSON, Agent,
and of Central Wharf, Boston.
I From Philadelphia.-Philadelphia and
i Norfolk Steamship Company, W. P. CLYDE
! A CO., Agents, No. 14 North Delaware
I Avenue, Philadelphia.
From Baltimore.-Baltimore Steam
Packet Company, (old Bay Linc,) L. B.
I PARKS, Agent, loot of Union Dock, and
: hy Brandt's Linc.
?3-THIS LINE GIVES MOUE DE?
SPATCH THAN ANY EXPRESS COMPA?
NY, and at about ONE-FOURTH THE
COST. _Aug 7 Imo
NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME !
ON and after SUNDAY, June in, ib6C,
trains will run as folloxs:
Leave Charlotte at 11.15 p. m. and 4.30
nections with trains for the North st Ha?
leigh, and is tho
QUICKEST AND MOST COM?
FORTABLE ROUTE TO ALL
POINTS NORTH AND WEST
FROM COLUMBIA ll
tar THROUGH TICKETS can bo had at
Charlotte to all the Northern cities.
June '.) Engineer and Super't.
GREAT TBROliGU BOUTE NOBTB!
; Via Richmond and Danville Rail?
road, from Greensboro, N. C., via
; Danville and Richmond, Va., to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadel?
phia ana New York.
THE traveling public are informed that
this line is now fully open, by thecom
I pletion of the Charlotte and South Carob
' na Railroad between Columbia atid Char
j lotte. ?"THROUGH TICKETS can be
purchased at the Ticket Ofiico of the Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad, at Co?
lumbia. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
Sap. Richmond and Danville R. R. _
I South Carolina Railroad Company.
j RECEIVING AND FORWRD'G DEP'T,
CHAIU.KNTON, Jillie 25, iMiu.
! rilli E South Carolin? Railroad Company
1 JL having re-established its Receiving
1 and Forwarding Office, Merchandize ami
! Produce consigned to its Agent, from th?
1 interior to Northern ports and from North
j ern porta to the interior, will bo cared for
au 1 shipped to the point ?d' destination.
Consignments to bo forwarded by sea
must always be accompanied by bills of
lading and letter of advice, with instruc
. lions to insure, if desired.
i June 28 E. N. FULLER, B. tc F. Ag't.
Notice to Shippers.
1H1E Charlotte and South Carolina Rail
. road are prepared to give through re
; ceipts io New York, cit Portsmouth, on
( cott >n, at six dollars por bale. This rate
includes all charges to the point of destin?
ation. JAMES ANDERSON,
June 1J Superintendent^
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
CoLUMiu , S. C., June 9, 1S6U.
ON and after TUESDAY. 10th instant,
THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS,
making elose connections, will be run over
this road as follows:
Leave Columbia Junction n.t. . . . 4.??D p. m.
: Arrive at Charlotte at.11.15 "
! Leave Charlotte at.12.15 a. m.
! Arrive at Columbia Junction st.. 6.55 "
I July 10 JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
ClIAIU.KSTON, Julv 7, 180?.
ON and after TUESDAY, July 10, I8fi6,
the Passenger Trains wiU leave and
arrive as follows, \iz :
Leave Columbia at.0.50 a. ta.
Arrive in Charleston at.4.00 p. m.
Leave Charleston at.7.SO a. m.
Arrive in Columbia at.4.40 p. m.
July 8 _ H. T. PEAKE, Gen. Sup.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN L SUrERINTENDTS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, May 26, 18fi6.
ON and after MONDAY next. 28th inst.,
tho Passenger Trains will run daily
(KundavB excepted) unt? further notice, as
Lc ave Columbia at. 7.00 a. m.
" Alston at. . 0.45 "
" Newberry at.11.35 "
Arrive a; Abbeville at..4.50 p. m.
" at Anderson at.7.10 "
?l at Greenville at.8.10 "
Leave Greenville at. . 5.55 a. m.
" Anderson st.6.55 i:
" Abbeville at. 9.20 "
i " Newberry st.2.45 p. m.
Arrive st Alston at.4.2> "
" at Columbia at.7.13 "
i May 27 J. B. T.4>S4TT.F,, Gen Snp.
ti'ojar, Mola***, Bacon, Bice, Coffee Son,,
Bj LEVTH & PEIXOT?O
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 21st ins* at 10
o'clock, we will adi, nt our sturt
fi bbl?. Porto Rico Molasses.
5 " Brown Sugar.
Lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
Bags C<?flfec, bbls. Rice.
Boxes Soap, Madeira Wine.
Sherry Wino, Cbtret.
Bourbon Whiskey, Segars, Ac.
Immediately alter tbo above,
A variety of Dry Quods and Fancy Arti?
A good second-hand Piano.
Aud a first-rate Sewing Machine, Wheeler
?? Wilson's uuish. Aug il fstu?
?y Carolinian please copy.
Dental Instruments, belonging to an Estate.
By LEVIN & PELX0TT0.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 21st inst., wa
will sell, at our store,
1 case Dental Instruments, belonging to
They can be examined at any time pre
vioua to sale._ Aug 17 fmtu3
FOR marking linen. At
FISHER A HEINIT8H'S,
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BT MAGIC ! !
ANY one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drop? of water, and
j make your own albums of pretty pictures
at little cost. For sale by
Fjgggg * HEINITSH. Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTIIER large supplv 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
! cbUdreu have worms, go to Fisher Si lieiu
I itsh's and get a box.
J FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
j The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS thu admiration of every ona. Nu one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
.? ot health and attraction would exchange it
, fur the wealth of the Indies. Yet bow
? many suffer their skin to become- rough
j with spots and pimples, which mar the
: beauty and bloom of tho face. Tho CIR
; CASS?AN BLOOM removes all spots and
j blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
i and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
: attractive in womau.
For sale bv druggists evervwhero.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agents.
_JOHN M. MARIS ft CO.. Philad'a.
Hear the Voice of the People!
IHAVE tried your GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am weil pleaded with
I Hie result. Send me $5 worth bv express,
1 and obhgo "P. J. C.
Good for all diseases to which horse ia
' subject. A valuable medicine. No ono
. should be without it. For salo by
FISHER Si HEINITSH,
Jul v 12_ _Druggists.
! QUEEN'S DELIGHT
j And Sarsaparilla!
WONDERFUL EFFECT of only ono
bottle. Copy of a letter: "I have
' used only half a bottle of Queen's Delight
! and Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions of
I tbo skin and itching humor ot the blood,
j which annoyed me very much. I am cn
, tirely cured. I think your medicine a valu?
able one. F. W. C."
I For salo bv FISHER ft HEINITSH.
! July 12_
Bed Bugs., Bed Bugs.
TO insure the comfort of "nature's sw et t
restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
! BUG DESTROYER." lt destroys them in
! stantlv. At FISHER Sc HEIXITSH'S,
, July 7_Druggists.
! Extraordinary Annihilators
FOR BED BUGS.
Fur RATS and MICE.
I For ITCH and HUMORS.
For TOOTHACHE. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S, Druggist-.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
FOR making LEMONADE. Put in bot?
tles; 25 cents each. At
j _FISHER.V HEI.vlTSH'S. Druggist*.
I F. W. WING'S
Steam Planing Mill !
i Dickens Street, Int ween Washington and
Ptain, (Joltanbia, S. <J,
! /^N band and furnished to order at short
\J notice, ad kinds of dressed LUMBER,
I FLOORING, CEILING. SHELVING, WEA
! THER-BOARDING, Ac. Also. SASHES,
I Blinds, Doors, Mantle-piece Mouldings.
Brackets, Counters, Tables, Ac.
Having now in operation full sets of the
j most improved machinery, I am prepared
i to turn out FIRST-CLASS WORK, at very
j reasonable figures. All in want of any ma
i terial in niv lino will dc well to give me a
j catt._"_Ang 1 Imo
^^^^^ HAVING opened my office
^B53^3fr permanently in Columbia, i
.7 rPgSSiMB?k. mav be found at all hours at
; ^-UjJLjy the" residence, of Mr. M. H.
' Bcrrv, (opposite the Catholic Church,) on
1 Assembly street. D. P. GREGG.
j .Tnne 12_
Laws of the United States,
DIGESTED by Bri gh dev -2 vols, to 18C0;
Cord'? Rights ofMarricd Women; Red
I field on Wills; Blackwell on Titler.; Lcv.ni
1 on Trusts and Trustees; Pleading Cases m
Equity, 8 vols.; Brown's Legal Maxims ami
j other new Law Booka. Also, English ano
? S. C. State Reports and U. 8. Digests, Ac;
? and a variety uf Law Blauks (ICkinds) and
I Stationery. " For sale at
J'. J. McCARTER'S Bookstore,
I Aug 1 Opposite Columbia Law Rango.
ACOMPLETE assortment, on every sub?
ject. Also, a tine stock of School
; Books, Blank Books, Envelopes, Writing
1 Papers, Gold Pens and other Stationery.
I Also, new publications. Also, rino and
cheap Bible?, Hymn Books, Pr iver Books,
all sizes and prices. For salo at
M cC ARTER'S Bookstore,
j Aug 1 Opposite Columbia Law Bange.
KAY & HEWE TS ON,
Architects and Civil Engineers.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFICE North-west corner of Lady and
_Bull streets._May 27
Straw Cutten! Straw Cutten!
At the Sign of Hie Golden Pad-Lock.
JUST received, a large variety of Straw
and Stalk CUTTERS, and for sale low
by JOHN C. VLXLi.
1 July 35