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LIVERP. mi; - ?ugnsf 24 F.vening.-?ot
ton market y?rj firm^>ricea id. per ponn<5
higher, compas?l willi last quotations
telegraphed b?%* arer\afhangod on the
week. Sales of. the week, aecordiugdo th?
brokers' circular, 60,000 bales. Sales to-dav
K.OOO bales-middling uplauds 134. Dread
stuffs market dull, and prices without
chango of note. Western .mixed 26s. Dd.
Provision market unchanged, oacopting
that lard is advancing.
88$. American securities firm -five-twen?
The war haw ended for thc present; but
the feeling iu Austria is thatrit is peacCfor
tho present, but there will bo war in the
futuro to re-establish her * supremacy in
PRAGUE, August ?4.-Tho most perfect
concord exists among tho plenipotentiaries
assembled here. The treaty of jreaoe,
though not yet signed, is a certainty, a*d
news of it is hourlv expected
BERLIN, August ?4.-The Prussian Cham?
ber of Deputies voted a congratulatory ad
dross to the King for thc successful results
of the war. Tkero were twouty-fivenegjk
tives-Poles and Catholics.
PARIS, August 24.-The Emperor firtaly
refused the Empress of Mexico assistance
for Maximilian, on tho grounds of Looping
good faith with tho United States concern?
ing the engagement to withdraw tho
French troops from that country.
LONDON, Saturday, August 2*5-Noon.
Advices have been received to-day in of?
ficial circles here, announcing -t hat a treaty
of peace between tho contending power's
of Prussia, Italy and Austria and Havana,
was concluded by the plenipotentiaries in
session at Prague, on 'thursday last. The
treaty was officially signed by thc plenipo?
tentiaries, on behalf their respective Go?
vernments on' the same day. Among the
provisions of the treaty is" one, that the
troops now at diff?rent points shall eva?
cuate their positions and retire to their re?
spective homes within three weeks.
PAUIS, Saturday, August 25-Noon.-An
ch?nense demand has sprung up in this
t.' . for United States 5-20's, and heaw
orders for supplies have been telegraphed
to the American agents of the various
banking houses in this city.
LIVERPOOL, Saturday, August 25-Noon.
The Cunard steamship Scotia, Capt. Jen?
kins, sailed this noon f?jr New York oin
Queenstown. She has a number of pas?
sengers, and takes ?110,000 in ?pecio on
LIVERPOOL, Saturday Evening, August
25.-Cottou market rules steady-quota?
tions unaltered. Sales 8,000 bales-mid?
dling uplands /dosing at 13$. Breadstuff* .
market dull, o'wing to favorable weather
and prospects fop crops. Prices of foreign
cereals have a dechning tendency. Provi?
LONDON, Saturday, August 25-P. M.
Money market firm. Consols closed at
88J. Five-twenties 70A.
VIENNA, Saturday, August 25. -It is offi
cially.annouuccd that the Emperor Francis
Joseph has granted a new Constitution
and Ministry to Hungary.
PARIS, Saturday, August 25.-Before the
treaty ot peace was signed between Prus?
sia, Austria, Italy and Bavaria, Austria
unreservedly ceded Venetia to Italy.
The Empress Carlotta will not return to
Mexico, and it is conceded that the Em?
pire in that country is approaching its end.
WASHINGTON, August 25.-Thc Repub?
lican denounces Stanton, and charges on ?
him the partial responsibility of the New
" Orleans riots. It says he withheld from
the President, Bailey's despatch of July 28,
prior to tho riot, asking for immediate in?
structions how to act, and notices the fact
that Stanton did not even answer the? de?
spatch. .The President never uaw this de-,?
spat ch until Wednesday last.
Tho committee appointed by the Lahor
Conventiofi, at Baltimore, waited on the
President to-day. Mr. Hinchliffe, the
spokesman, disclaimed connection with
any party, in a political sense, or that tho
movement was for political power. He
urged that eight horns' labor per day should
be legalized; that thc public lands should
be distributed so as to be reached by labor- \
ers, instead of capitalists, and that the
workingmen shall bo protected against
convict labor. He asked tho President's
assistance to accomplish these measures*
for the workingmen. In .reply, tho Presi?
dent said ho was opposed to the present
system of convict labor, on account of its
unjust, discriminating and degrading in
lluonces. He desired to sco labor elevated,
and such always bad been bis position;
his whole history showed ho was against
monopoly of Ute" public land?. He was for
shortening tho hours of labor to the least
number consistent to the interests of all,
and the laboring-men could rely upon bin
influence when it could bc given in their
behalf; they had his sympathies and liest
feelings in their cause. Ho hoped they
would accomplish their objects.
."Iiu-ket ll?-pori s .
NEW YORK, August 25-Nopn-Go 1 d
1473. Exchange 108.}. Cotton firm, at 33?
7 P. Mt-Flour dull; Southern $10@15.?5;
Wheat dulL Corn lc. lower. Pork steady
- sales of 4,500 barrels; meas $32.87. Cot?
ton active; sales of 3,000 bales-middlings
NEW ORLEANS, August 25,-Cotton linn,
with sales of 800 bales-low middlings 33
(TC34. Gold 44.
REDUCTION OF RATES !
(Jen i Sup'ts Office, C, & S. C. R. H.,
COLUMBLA, S. C., AUGCST 25, 1800.
ON and a"ter September 1, the LOCAL
FR^IG I IT and PASSENGER TARI FPS
over this Koud will be reduced as follows,
Columbia to Charlotte.
1st class Freight.75 cents per 100 lbs.
2d " " .60 " " " "
3d " " .40 " " " "
Passenger rates $7.1? through; corres?
ponding rates to intermediate stations.
Through Tickets sold to all points North
at reduced rates,
JAMES ANDERSON, Snp't.
Aug 26 tlO
Corn, Hay, Oa;s, Peas,
Bacon and Flour.
PT f\f \ BUSHELS Prime White CORN.
OUU ?0Q Bushels Prima Yellow Corn.
200 Bushels Primo OATS.
50 Bushels COW PEAS.
1,000 lbs. Primo Country-Cured BACON,
SIDES and HAMS.
10 Bbls. Family Flour, extra quality- of
new crop wheat.
We aro offerin;? the above at lowest mar-'
kot rates. HANAHAN A WARLEY.
S?ul>lie Meet 11?K. U^i
An adjourned meering of tho citizens
residing hi Ward-Ifo. 4, tra? held ?n-Frfday
evening fast; Cob William Wallace in the
The Committee appointed to canvass tho
Ward, for tho purpose of enrolling tho
names of those who were willing to be?
come members of tjie organization, re?
ported that they had enlrolled, about one
hundred efficient nwn, and know, of- ot lier?
judio would enrol, a? H??ri as ibcy "could ho
called mi. . .
J-, On motion, the" Commit tues were re
II HON ted to continue in tho .discharge of
their duties' - . . '
Tho Committee on plan for organization
of tho guard, and to wait upon the Com?
mandant of the Post, reported:
COLUMBIA, August 24,18CC.
Tho Committee appointed to devise a
plan of organization and to wait upon the
military authorities for their approval of
thc same, respectfully submit the following
They recommend, that all white malo
citizens, between the ages of sixteen and
sixty years, of Ward No. 4, shall organize
themselves into ait association, under the
naine of the "City Guard of Ward No. 4."
That it ?hall bc^he duty'of said guard
to aid tho city_authorities in tho preserva?
tion of order in said Ward, and in tho
protection of tho persons and property of
the residents therein. .
That, in order tojcarrv out thin object
effectually, the Ward should bc divided
fhto convenient neats, each to bo patroled
by the members residing therein, under
the coiumgud of a sergeant of the guard,
assisted bv a "corporal.
. lt shall be tu? ?Juty-of th? -patrol.to ar?
rest all disorderly Or suspicions ol Ar ab ten?,
and turu them over to thc .Mayor of the
city. To report tho keepers of "disorderly
houses, and all disturbers of tho peaco
and good order of tho Ward. To report,
at each monthly meeting, their actings
and doings during the mouth, tho condi?
tion of their respectivo beats, and tho
conduct of the mon under their command. '
rThe Committee recommend 'th?. follow?
ing officers for tho guard, to wit: A cap?
tain, whose duty it shall bo to divide the
Ward into different lanais, and appoint the
sergeants and corporals for th? same, and
preside at tho meei?ngs of the guard; a
first lieutenant, v.ho shall discharge the
duties of the captain in his absence: a ser?
geant and corporal for each beat, who shall
order out the meir in his boat at least'once
in every week, und patrol tho same; a sec?
retary, who shall keep a roll of the mem?
bers of the guard, call tho same when re?
quired, attend all meetings of the guard,
and keep the minutes of the same, and dis?
charge all .other linties usually pertaining
to the office of secretary.
The officers shall continuo in office for
one year from the time of election or ap?
pointment -subject, however, to removal
at any time for misconduct or. inefficiency.
The guard shall meet monthly-on tho
first Friday hi each mouth-at 7 A o'clock p.
j m., to receive reports of officers, and
' transact any othor business of the associa?
Your Commit tee further report that they
waited upon Gea. Oreen thc officer in
command of the department-and received
his approval of tho organization. Respect?
fully submitted THEO. STARK,
Which was unanimously adopted.
The meeting then proceeded to the elec?
tion, by ballot, of a Captain and First
Upon counting tho votes, tho following
was the result: Captain -Win. Wallace.
Lieutenant J. P. Thomas.
On motion, the officers elect \v?re re?
quested to prepare a suitable constitution
and by-laws for the regulation of tho
Mr. Rial North moved that Un- thanks of 1
the'nieeting.be returned to tho publishers
of the P/uenix, Carolinian .-md l',itri<>t,
for advertising tho meeting free of charge.
On motion, tho meeting adjourned Anti]
Friday evening next.
WM. WALLACE, Chairman.
Tnosi P. WALK KR, Secretary.
FRESH ARRIVALS !
I?MVF. THOUSAND lbs. prim ' BACON
' SIDES and SHOULDERS.
2 tierces choice Sugar-cured Cincinnati
:? half firkins Goshen Butter-very line.
New Flour, fresh-ground Western Flour,
Self-raising Flour, .Vc. All LOW for CASH.
Aug 25 _ 3
THE undersigned will receive bids until
THURSDAY, the 30th inst.', for a sup
! ply of STATIONERY for the General As
sembly, at the Extra Session, commencing
4th September next. Samples of tho paper
! proposed to be furnished must accompany
I the hids. . .JOHN T. SLOAN, C. H. R. *
WM. E. MARTIN. C. S.
1 Columbia, Aug. 23,-l?66. Aug 24 3
y, A MILCH COW-one of thc
CJA4U he:-! iii ( olnmhia with a voting
^y*Jfi?calf. ^ J. M. CRAWFORD.
C. 1). WELTON. lt. W. 81I.VXD. H. VV. MELTON.
MELTON & SH AND,
Attorneys al Law and Solicitors in Equity,
UNIONVLLLE, S. C.
OFFICE (forthe present) in tho base?
ment of thc Court House.
Aug 21 3mo
1\/TdSS LIZZIE PECKHAM would inform
ly J. the ladies that she is prepared to do
HAIR WORK of every kind. Orders left
at Mr. A. Palmer's, or at Mrs. Hogan's,
will be promptly attended to. Aug 23
GODEY'S LADYS BOOK!?
TT TIT H Colared Fashion Plates. Also,
VV a large assortment of NEW NO?
VELS, Ac. For sale at
Aug '?.i Opposite Law Hange.
-j^Q BOXES CHEESE.
20 doz. PORTER.
Aug Ki JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
MA HOUSE and LOT, on Lincoln
street, opposite Oas Works. Tho
house is new and in completo repair;
having attached a (ino garden, with a va
riotv of choice fruit trees.
Also, for salo a LOT on Lady streot, near
tho above. For terms, apply to D. B. M1L
, LER, at.Clerk's Office, Law Rango.
600 Acres of Land for Sale!
T, YING wit lau two miles ot Walhalla; 75
Bf aero? dr good bottom on the traot,
upon which is now growing a FINE CROP,
uninjured by tho groat drought. 100 acros !
open land and a good fence, pretty well
improved and easy of access-on the pub?
lic road to Tennessee Yalley, Ac.
I will sell with said land, 500 bushels of
COEN and 50 head of fine CATTLE, if
Persons who want a desirable Tract of
Land, near a railroad and in a good settle?
ment, with stock and corn to feed, will do
welf to call soon, as I am determined to
seil. W". S. GRISHAM,
Aug 23 _Walhalla, S.O.
Fall and Winttr ImpOTtotiw--1866.
mtLREBY ?ND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR &C0.,
IMPORT?ES and Jobbers of RIBBONS,
BONNET SILKS and SATINS, VEL?
VETS, RCCHE8, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnets, Ladies' Hate, trimmed and
untrimmed, Shaker Hoods,
No. 237 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore SL,
Offer a stock unsurpassed in tho United
Staten in-variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention
I ffiTen, . Terms cash. Aug 25 *lmo
SCHOOL. OF MEDtCM?!
SESSION OF 1866 AND 1867.
D. WA UR ET* BRTCX?XL, M. T)., Professor
of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, etc.
HOWAJID SMITH, M. D., Professor of Ma?
I. L. CRAWCOUR, M. 1)., Professor of
Principles and Practice of Medicine.
H EN BX F. CAMPBELL, M. 1>., Professor of
ALFRED C. HOLT, M. D., Professor of
A. E. PETICULAK, M. 1)., Professor of
J. D. BRUNS, M. D., Professor of Physi?
ology and Pathology.
Chair of Chemistry will be filled at an
W. S. MITCHELL, M. D., Adjunct Profes?
sor of Anatomy and Special Lecturer on
Ophthalmic Surgery and Diseases of the
Jos. HOLT, M. D., Assistant to the Chair"
A. W. PERRY, M. D., FRED. LOEBKU, M.
D., Demonstrators of Anatomy.
fTHIE Eleventh Annual Course of Lectures
X in this institution will begin November
12, 1S(>?>, and end March 12 ensuing. A
Preliminary Course will begin October 15,
and will be free to all persons.
The Faculty, under the laws of the State
of Louisiana,-aro Visiting Physicians and
Surgeons to the great Charity Hospital,
situated at tho very door of the School, and
their pupils have free access to the wards.
The Dissecting Rooms are unsurpassed
for extent and comfort, and will bo opened
on the 15th of October. Dissecting' mate?
rial will be furnished gratis.
All thc Tickets.$140 00
Matriculation, (paid but once). 5 tx?
Practical Anatomy. 10 tm
Diploma in Medicine. 80 00
Diploma in Pharmacy. 15 00
Board and lodging can be as cheaply
procured in New Orleans as in any large
city in this country.
D. WARREN BRICKELL, M. D., Dean,
1S5 Carondelet street, New Orleans.
Aug 25 **
HAN AH AN & WARLEY,
Factors anil C-ommissft? Merchants,
Columbia and Clim-teston, s. C.
Solicit consignments at either place from,
their friends. ' Jnlv IS 3mo
H. D. 11 AN AH AN. FELIX WARLEY.
A. HART! CHANCE
For an Enterprising Man.
THE SH?VER HOUSE,
^^^^^^^ oftercd for RENT or LEASE
with or without Furniture. This house is
centrally located, near the most business
part of the city, within one hundred yards
of the new Market building. Attached to
thc House are a Barber Shop, liar room
and Livery Stables, and every out-building
necessary to a complete Hotel. Every fa?
cility necessary to go at once to work. To
an approved applicant, terms will bo made
liberal, and possession given at once or at
any time between now and the first of Oc?
tober. For any information, apply directly
to me at. the House, by letter or in person.
Au;; 2:1 ' W. SHIVER.
Columbia, S. C., August 23, lsfit;.
?a- ( . irolina Spartan and Express, Spar
tanburg;- Times, Unionvillc; Herald, New?
berry; Mountaineer, Greenville; Daily
X?tcs, Charleston; will each copy three
times and send bills to me.
#THE exercises of this institu?
tion? under a ftill Corps of In?
structors, will bo resumed on
the FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER
NEXT. The scholastic year is
divided into two equal sessions,
and will close on thc first Wednesday of
July next. Pupils may enter at any time
during either session, though it is desira?
ble, on every account, that they enter at
the beginning thereof.
BOARDING may be had with tho Presi?
dent and Professors of tho College, anti in
genteel private families in tho village.
Circulars, setting forth terms and other
particulars, may be had bv addressing
Rev. SAMUEL J*. PRICE, President of the
College, Laurens C. H.
JOHN W. SIMPSON,
Aug 5 mS_Pres't bearii Trustees.
KAY & HE WE TS ON,
Architects and Civil Engineers.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OEFICE North-west corner of Lady and
Bull streets. _ May 27
GROSS, wholesale and retail.
Ang3 J. C. SEEGERS ?t 00.
?1LSI OILS! OILS!
WE have accepted the agency from tlie
largest factory iu Now York, ?nd aro
now receiving, and will constantly keep on
Extra Engine OIL.
Transparent Cac Axle OIL.
Signal or Head Light "
Natural Winter Sperm "
Bleached " " "
Extra " " "
No. 1 Tanners' '* **
We will sell the -abovo goods at NEW
YORK PRICES, adding freights oidv.
? .TANNEY A TOLLES?N,
Aug_21 " Columbia, S. C.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS!
"VTTE are receiving this day, ci? the
Vf Emily B. Souder, from New York, n
large, stock of .GOODS, purchased for cash,
to which we invite tho special attention ot
?"thc ladies and merchants, as we will sell
CHEAP, holli at wholesale and retail:
300 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft tinish.
Plain and Striped S^iss.
Plaid aud Tapo Checks, Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Bobinet.
Tarleton?, S?k Bobinet for Veil?.
White, Colored and black Kid Gloves.
Largo stock of Hosiery, tor Ladies',
Gent's, Misses add Boys, from common to
best regular makes, all sizes.
Brown and Bleached Damasks, Crash.
Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels -chea]).
Borage and Grenadine for Veils, all colors
infants' Robes, Piano and Table Covers?
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
8-4 to 11-4 C otton Sheeting.
Mosambiane, Silk Poplins, Lonos.
Bcrage, Chambra, Pec?le.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diapi r.
Kid and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of alt descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, L'isle and Thread Edg?
ings, lusertiugs. Balancines*
Toilet Qidlts, Ribbons and Notions'.
Bombazines, C-4 Black De Laine.
h-4 Black and White Be rage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoon Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linon Cutis and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached shirtings.
25 " S-10 and ll Qr. Shootings.
Hales :5-4, 7-H and 4-1 Shirtings.
A large and beaut ifni lot of Sea-sides and
Sun-downs; together with many other
goods too numerous to mention all of
which will be sold verv cheap.
July 15 TOLLESON .v .TANNEY.
jr (\ BOXES TOBAC? O eh,,iee grades.
Ov/ 1" " " low
10,000 SEGARS genuine tho Hondo.
5,000 " . low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS 8 to 12.
Ill baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 do/.. Madeira, Port. Sln irv and Claret
ID doz. Lemon Svrup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY,
lt) bbl?. Bourbon Whiskey.
2<> " Corn "
5(1 bbls. Coffee Sugars.
25 " commun brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. J00 boxes Herrings
JANNEY \- TOLLESON
National Express and Trans?
DIRECT FROM L ANDRETII'S.
ASUPPLY or TURNIP SEED, consist?
Green-glaze and Drum-head Savov CAB
BAGE SEED. At
Aug 11 MIOT'S Drug Store.
F()R cementing Obis*, China, Kc. For
sab- at Du. C. !!. M I' ?T'S
July <; 1 ?rug Sn .iv.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
A SUPPLY just ree. ived bv exprt ss, at
i\_ Dr.. C. I L MK O S
July G Di ug Store.
A. Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
rpHE bitterness of tho Calisaya and thc
I nauseous inkiness of thu iron, which
have so often rendered the e isumubh
tonics repulsive t.> delicate stomachs, aro
entirely overcome bv being skillfully blend?
ed into a delightful cordial, pleasant to thc
taste, acceptable to tin- stomach and invi?
gorating to tho svstclll. For sah' at
July ii Du. C H. MIO T'S Drug Store.
QU I NINE]
OZ. QUININE, received THIS
JU ll f DAY by National Express at
.lum' 23 MIOT'S DRUG STORR.
FC? SUMMED OSE.
TTENICE SUR CHOIX BATHING
Tnrkish HA TH INO TOWELS i xtra.
CALEFACIO GL< ?VES.
Gorman, Neroli, Turkish and Helle CO?
French and English Soap? Extracts,
Toilet Powders, Ac.
All tho above, of the best quality ami
roconl importation, received at
Jun.' 211 MIOT'S DH! O STORE.
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sak?
ai M TOT'S DRUG STORE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE case CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIO I'S DRUG STORE.
4 FRESH SUPPLY of tho above at
J\_ June 29 _ MIOT'S plillG STORE.
,4 Y ER'S SARSAPARILLA.
Ennings Sarsaparilla and Queen's De
light, lor salo at
July 17 Dr.. C. H. MIOT'S Drug St.,re.
Segars, Tobacco, &c.
FLf\ (\)?\\i\\ SJSGARS, aworted from
fj\J%\J\J\J common io choice.
Together with a good assortment of
Chewing and .Smoking TOBACCO,embrac?
ing the celebrated Durham Smoking, Jenny
Lind and Solu c.- Chewing. For sale at
wholesale and retail at low prices bv
July 27_ _J,-^LT-! AGNEW.
BEAL FLAVORING EXTRACTS of Le?
mon, Pine Apple, Vanilla, Strawberry,
Almond, Ac. Just received and for Hale at
fair prices by , j. A T. lt. AGJSiEW.
Flour, Flour, Flour.
"I (\f\ BARRELS, consisting of Fine,
_L\/v/ Super, Extra, Heckcr's Genuine
Self-raising and real Family FLOUR. Just
received and for salo by
July 22 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BI TTER! BUTTER! BIMBI
ff KITS real COUNTRY BUTTER. Just
tJ i eceived ?aid for salo at fair prices by
July 22 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Soap, Soap, Soap.
rr*TV BOXES genuine FAMILY SOAP.
.JV / Just received and for sale at fair
nrices"by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
REAL CANTON GINGER.
2CASES genuine CANTON GINGER.
Just received and for sale at fair prices
bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
ONE nUNDRED dozen Loudon PORTER
anil Edinbitrg ALE. Just received and
J>r sale bv J. A-T. K. AGNEW.
Jellies, Pine Apple,- &c.
(i ENUINE RASPBERRY, real I'EAR,
~JC genuine Banana, real Orango, genu?
ine Pine Apple, real Plum and genuine
Apple. JELLIES; also, genuine Pine Apple
Mini real Peaches, in hermetically-sealed
cans. Just received and for sale at fair
prices bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Salmon and Mackerel.
GENUINE SALMON and real BLUE
MACKEREL. Just- received and for
sale at fair prices bv
July -?1 " J. A T. R. AGNEW..
Cream Tartar, Soda, &c.
REAL CREAM TARTAR, geuuiueSODA
and real SALJERAT?S. Jflst received
amt for sale bv .). A 'I'. R. AGNEW.
Figs and Raisins.
REAL FIGS and genuine UAISINS.
Just received and for sale bv
July 21 J. A T. li. AGNEW.
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes.
3CST -RECEIVED, a full assortment of
HuL>s, Spoke.-, and Felloes, .suitable for
Carriage and Wagon-makers, which will be
sold ai a small advance on cord..
July 11 J. A T.- lt. AGNEW.
?)r? BARRELS CRUSHED SUGARS.
^ ? ) ino barrels extra C Sn;r:ir.
.".II barrels A Sugars.
50 barrels Mus.-ovado Sugars.
On baud, and to arrive soon, which will
i be sold at our u>u.il low prices,
j July 11 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Raisins, Figs, Currants? &c.
TUST received, a complete assortment of
RAISINS. FIGS, CURRANTS, Prunes
ami Almonds: all fresh and cheap.
^ July 14_ J A T. E. AtlNEW.
Mustard : Mustard '. !
ICVSE FRENCH MUSTARD, and a full
assortment ot London Mustard, in bot
I tU-s. cans and in bulk, just received per
I steamer, and for tale low bv
July ll .1. A T. li. AGNEW.
I Gorued Beef and Pickled Tongues.
.) BBLS. Clioice Fulton Market Beef.
I ? Bbbl. choir.- Ox Tongues.
Just received and for sale bv
July 14 J. .V T. li. AGNEW.
A FULL assortment of best qualltv
I ?\_ Ga-: Ste. 1 Cl KCl" I.AK SAWS, from S
I to 52 inches m diameter, just received and
for sab- low bv .1. A T. lt. AGNEW.
E an- daily adding to our variety of
choie- G ROCE KIES, and have just
eeived a siipplv of the following, viz:
Tn M A To KS.
Fresh MACKEREL, in cans.
Fresh SALMON, in cans.
CRANBERRY SAUCE, in cans.
Ko.ist C ef, in cans.
Oreen C??rn, in cans.
Pie Fruits, assorted, in glass.
Lemon Syrup, in glass,
.hm.- 22 " J. A T. R. AGNEW.
; rjlIKE IKON, lj to 2 inches wide, at Cje.
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on
I hand and for sale low bv
! June :? J. A- T. R. AON KW.
i Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.
l>oZ. Long and Short Handled
Ol f SHOVELS.
I 25 doz. SPADES.
1 15 " Long and Short Handled Man UTO
Forks. Also, Garden forks. Garden Hoes,
( larden Rilkes, Garden Tem?is, Grain Cra?
dles, Grin'm's Scvthes, Ac. .Iu-t received
! and for sale low br J. A T. R. AON KW.
F111F. & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
fllHE undersigned have bun appointed
JL agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. Thoy have
Powder l'l.-of Locks, and the locks and
bolts ai .- protected with plates of hardened
steel, wbi.-b is the onlv protection against
the burglars drill and theinsertion of pow?
der. Also, w arranted frc- from dampness.
While these Sab s have no superior in
quality, they are furnished at moderate
pri.-es" at least 25toS3i per cent, lessthan
Herring's and other makers, while the
quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can 1?- seen at our store,
and orders will be taken at New York
prices, with expenses <>f transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
PASSENGERS arriving in
Columbia on the different
Railroads will find Omni?
buses, Carriages and Baggage
Wagons in readiness to con?
vey them to and from his
Hotel, FREE OF CHARGE
Responsible persons in at?
tendance to receive Checks
T. S. DICKERSON.
AUK 15 Imo
Near the Greenville and Charleston
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE public is informed that th?
Kcnf above hotel has just been finished,
JliiiLaud contains now furniture through?
out, for thc accommodation of TRANSIENT
and REGULAR BOARDERS. The very
best that tho markets afford will be found
on his table, prepared iu excellent style.
Passengers will he conveyed to nnd from
either of tho depots EUEE OF CHARGE.
Also, VEHICLES furnished to carry pas?
sengers to anv part of the. town or country.
Fino WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TO?
BACCO, etc., can l.e obtained in the Sam?
ple Room connected with the botet
Ang 7 ?_lt. .TOI NE P., Proprietor.
ACOMPLETE assortment, on every sub?
ject. Also, a fine stock of School
Books, Blank Books, Envelopes, Writing
Pipers, Gold Pens and other Stationery.
Also, new publications. Also, line and
cheap Bibles, Hymn Books, Pr.iyer Booka,
all sizes and prices. For sale at
Aug 1 Opposite ColumhiaLaw Range.
Stallion John Morgan.
- THE Blooded Stalliou. JOHN
VL^^MORGAN, will stand the Fall
ytf^s^S ^season in Columbia, commencing
- the 15th inst., f-.r $20 cash on
first service; or $30, if not paid hy thc lat
October. Groom's fee, (1.00 iu advance.
JOHN is a handsome dark-brown horse;
.'ht years old; fifteen hands and two
inches high; sired by "Sailor Boy," who
was by "Jim Cropper," one of ?.ld Sir
Archy's best sons; his dani by "Whip,"
out of a line Morgan mare, lie can trot a
mile in three minutes, hut has never been
trained; has the kindest disposition, and
is v. ry sure. Aug 7 Imo
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
[ OWS GENUINE WINDSOR SOAF.
L_J Lubin's Genuine Extracts.
German Cologne Wat? r.
Elegant French Soaps.
Powder Pulls and Boxes.
R ise TouVt Powder.
Lily White and Tablets.
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER .v HEINITSH'S,
Aug 19 Pharmacists.
IT^OR marking linen. At
; FISHER v HEINITSH'S,
Julv 7 Druggists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
,4 NY one may make a beautiful picture
?\_ with only a few drops of water, and
make your own albums of pretty pictures
at little cost. For sale bv
FISHER A HEIN1TSH. Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER largo supplv of PONTOONS;
SUGAR PLUMS, 'for worms. The
groat 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 Elein
itsh's and get a box.
FISHER A UEINITSH, Pharmacists.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS tin' admiration of every one. No one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health and attraction wonid exchange it
for the wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many sutler their skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar tho
beauty ami bloom of thc face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan, freckles,pimples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists cvervwlu re.
FISHER A UEINITSH. Agents.
JOHN M. MAULS ,\ CO.. Philad'a.
Hear the Voice of the People!
IHAVE tried your GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well pleased with
the result. Send mo ?5 worth by express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good tor all diseases to which hcr.se is
subject. A valuablo medicine. No one
should bo without it. For sah hy
FISHER A UEINITSH.
Julv 12 Druggists.
WONDERFUL EFFECT of only ono
bottle. Copy of a letter: "1 have
used only half a Lottie of Queen's Delight
and Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions of
th? skin and itching humor ot the blood,
which annoyed nie very much. 1 am en?
tirely cured. I thiuk your medicine a valu
abh/ono. F. W. C."
Forsalebv FISHER A HEINITSH.
j Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
TC? insure thc comf?Vl of "nature's sweet
restorer," get H bottle ot thc "BED
HUG DESTROYER." It destroys them in?
stantly. At FISHER & HEINITSH'S,
July 7 1 ?ruggists.
FOR BED BUGS.
For RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMOUS.
For TOOTHACHE. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S, Druggists.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
FOR making LEMONADE. Put in bot?
tles; 25 cents each. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S. Druggists.