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BKKLIN, ?cpCcmber 5?-A special de
? pareil sa^that Prussian t roops havo booti
order** to tho Bhioc. rriifl Prussian Go
vomment i* t rm ti OR it* tho poreuase '*f
the iron-clad Dunderbnrg.
A Vienna despatch savs Count Metter
Vro^?&a^^"^01' beW. r?*aiK >1
LIVERPOOL, September 5 -Evening.
and declined ?d. Middling
; ; . ; ? J-1
ugust 5.-Consois 8i)?; five
BKILLIS-, September 5. -Peace negotia?
tions are progressing between Prussia and
Saxony. Orders have been given tor thc
reduction of tho Prussian army.
, NKV YORK, Septem ber 6.-Lyman Tre?
maine has bean chosen permanent chair- i
man of the Be publican Convention at Sy?
racuse, fenton was thu nominee fir Go-'
Ilo-HEsxEii,- ?C. Y., September C-A
shocking accident occurred on the lient ral
Upad,. near bore. Thu express train ran
?fi the track. live persons were kiiied and
??icA?o, September C.-The President
arrived hero lost night, aud was met by a
great crowd. He spoke to the crowd from
the balcony of the Sherman Houso. Then?
was no disturbance. j
MOBIL?., September C.-The Board of j
Health reports four caaes of cholera for tho
past five days-three negroes and one j
white-the negro cases were fatal.
Camino, September 6.-Tho stone of the J
Douglas monument was laid to-day. Tens
of thousands of persons wove present.
Gen. Dix's address is said'to be a master?
piece of oratory.
PrniADKLPUiA, September C.-The ad
dross aud resolutions nf the Convention
endorse the policv of Cougress, and oppose
the restoration of tho Southern States on
the conditions proposed by President John?
son as too lenient; and declare thc amend?
ment to the Constitution only a legal and
constitutional plan for restoring the rebel?
lious States to thc Union. In tho evening
session, Hamilton protested against the
mode by which tho border States had over?
slaughed Southern Unionists; and thc mi?
nority, report of tho committee favoring
negri? snffrago, should be presented to -
A later despatch says tho Conven ?iou has
virtually split on the negro suffrage ques?
tion. The border Status delegation, after
f ife'adoption of the address and r?solu
tiens, this morning, desired to adjourn
nine die; but ibis was strongly opposed by
iba (southern men, and finally it was agreed
that tba minority should make their report
to-morrow in favor of negro siiffrago, and
that it be taken as a part of the regular
Eroccedings of tho Convention, lt iK pro
able the border State? will take no part
ia the Cou vent ion to-morrow.
Marlie t Reporta.
KEW Yonjt,jSoptemb>!r 6.??Cotton steady,
7 P. M.-Gold 110. Southern flour $9.90
/<?l5.3?. Wheat 2@8e. better. Corn le.
better. Pork heavy, with sales of 6,5t?0
barrels-mess $33."50. Lard firmer, at INJ
<3.20?. Cotton firmer; sales of 1,500 bales,
at 3?a.35. JSugar firm; sales of 1,500 hogs?
heads --Muscovado lo|'7?12i.
EMPTY BAGS AM) SPECIE.
WE fetid ?vant a quantity of EMl'TV
BAGS, and a small quantity of GOLD
Sept 6 FISHER LOWRAECE.
1,500 PAIRS SHOES AND BOOTS!
COMPRISING a complete assort?
ment, of desirablo styles, at low
_.prices. For sale bv
Sept G FISHER' & LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ARE thc agents for SALEM JEANS ami
WOOLEN GUOD.S, and would call the
attention of dealers to a good supply of
these desirable goods. iSept ti
PAINTS, assorted colors.
Tanners1 and Machine Oil.
And goods daily arriving and ?ftere.I low bv
FISHER ft LOWRAXCJ-:.
CO RX, OATS,
Ii A?O K. LAUD,
LACES, . WU I rs,
ENA urn CLO Tils, no Ll s,
CARPETIXGS, SA W'S,
DR A WG KN I VES, AVG EDS,
MA LEA DLE CA S Tl XI : S, .fe.
In short, a complete stock of HARD
WARE and GROCERIES, to which wc in?
vite UiO attention of cash buyers.
Sept6_ FISHER & LOWRANCE.
AT private salo, bv H. G. HEIDT,
a comfortable COTTAGE RES!
.DENCE, on a farm lot of 11$ acres, in
the delightful ?nd healthy spot formerly
Schwartz's placo, on the tin bridge road,
li aides from town. A tine Slaughter?
house, Barn, Stable, Kitchen and good wi ll
of water. The house contains five rooms
and pantry. The reason for soiling fa thal
the owner desires t<> leave Golambo.
Proceedings of Connell.
CoLiatBjA, yeptemter 4, 13?5.
J resent-His Honor tb? li lay or; Alder?
men Geiger, Hitchcock, Hani, McDonald,
MciConzie, Nickers.T, Radcliffe, Taylor,
Walter* and Weam.
The ruin ut o? o? the last regular meeting
were read. On motion, so mash as refer?
red to the prosecution of certain partios
for retailing spirituous liquors without a
license-, was stricken out, after which they
were couQrined. The minutes of tho epe
cial mw ting, of August 31, were read and
A petition was recorred-from Henry Skip?
per, asking permission of Council to erect
a blacksmith shop on T. P. Walker's lot, on
Taylor street, between Sumter and Marion.
On motion, the prayer of the petitioner was
A petition was received from Mrs. K.
McAllister, praying that she may be remu?
nerated for the loss of two cows, taken by
mistake and slaughtered for the benefit of
the sufferers by thc liro or the 17th of Feb?
ruary, 1805. (in motion, the petition was
laid over until next meeting.
Thc following communication was read:
OFFICE OF CHIEF o>' THE FI HE DEP*T,
CU-VELESTON, S. C., August 31, 18GG.
To the. Honorable Mayor awi Oouiu:V. of the
Vila of t'oliatibia.
GENTLEMEN: The various lire companies
of this city, having beeu appealed tu for
aid from your Fire Department, and not
I being able to respond in a pecuniary way,
on account of our o wu distress and wants,
the Board of Fire Masters, with the sanc?
tion of our City Council, beg leave to offer
I yon, for the uso of your city, a good "Hun
ucman" engine, in good order, but deficient
in suction hose. We aro of tho opinion
that, using thc hydrants, suctions are not
necessary. Tho eugine is now undergoing
examination, and will be ready for ship?
ment" in a few days. Please- let me know
your pleasure in regard to the matter.
I am, gentlemen, very respectfully,
R. M. ALEXANDER,
1st Ans't and Act'g Chief Fire Dep't.
The following resolution was offered and
adopted, i'i connection with the above:
Jlesolce'f, That the communication from
tho Board or Fire-Masters of the City ul
Charleston be received, and the engine
accepted, with the thanks of this Council
for tho donation.
The City Clerk presented his report for
the month of Angus!. Referred to the
Committee of Ways and Means.
The accounts ol' Wm. Sloane for corn,
j $21.00, and Levin A- Peixotto, for .services
I as auctioneers i.i the sale of mark? t stalls,
j S25 Ut), were ordered to be paid.
The account <>r thc Columbia (ins Com?
pany, for hiving pipe at thc new Market,
wa? referred to die Committee on the
Tho accounts of Hopsnu ?V Kutphcu
against thu Waterworks; E. & Cl. I). Hope
against the Alms House; John burdell
j ngahist thc city t<>\- service?: and Columbia
j (fas Company against the city, for repair
1 ing damages to their pipe, in tue falling of
j the old Market-steeple; were referred to
I th - Committee on Accounts.
I Applications were received from Starling
, & Johnson, and Thomas A White, for li?
cense to retail spirituous liquors. Referred
I to tin- Committee on Licenses.
The Committee on Accounts reported,
recommending that tho account of R.
Tozer against tho Water Works, t7.7i>, be
paid, lieport received and adopted.
Tho Committee on City Schools present?
ed tho following report:
The Committee on Citv Schools, to whom
was referred the account of IL W. Pov/ell,
f u-services as teacher of t.he City School,
from Jnlv 1, lS'lt, to February 15, listo,
(7i months,) hog leave to report, that they
have had tho same nuder consideration,
and recommend that the sum -.f s2(!0 bc
iiaid for tho time specified tn (he parties
cg ally authorized to i-ece.ive it. Lespcct
fully submitted, W. T. WALTER,
I The report W?S received and adopted.
! ' Th?' Committee on Licenses submitted a
j report, recommending i hat license to re
j tail spirituous liquors, in quantities less
: thao one quart, h- .granted to Robert Joy
! uer. Ki port received ami adopted,
j On morion, executions wer?; ordered to
'. hf issued against all street defaulters who
j had failed tu pay their exemption tax ?.r
' render an excuse for their alis? nee.
Mic following amendment to an Ordi
I nance entitled "Au Ordinance f ir r?gul?t
: her the Market," received its first reading:
j by unanimous cons?'i . of thc Council, thc
, rules were suspended, when it received its
s-- .lind arid third readings, r>a-?B;>d, was duly
ra tili' J mid became a law.
Viv. 'JO. The Clerk of the Market -hall be,
and is hereby, vested with ail the powers
and authorities of a city constable.
The following resolution was ottered and
liesa! <:<.!, That a special committee of
three be appointed t i ni? morialize the
State Legislature, tor tho eons yance of
the righi and title in f? e simple of the Co?
lumbia Canal to the city of Colombia.
His Honor the Mayor appointed Alder
dermun Runt. Fisher and Walter on the
I On motion, Council adjourned,
J. s. M. MAHON, Citv Clerk.
GENERAL STOCK OF
l ll f. subscriber offers for sale, at
,aud ?ELOW COST, ins entire stock
of HARDWARE, without reserve,
'consisting in part <>f the following
Ames' Long and Short Handle Shovi 1.-.
" " " Spades.
25 doz. genuine Collins' Av .-.
PK) k. gs Parki r Mill Nails.
'?'able ann Pock? t Cutlery.
Door Locks a general assortment.
Screws, t lissi ls and Augers.
Mill and Hand Fibs.
Hat chi Hammers and Broad Axes.
Lu!; and Strap Hinges.
?'i nce < 'ha inn and Axle < rrease.
Hod. .1 . ale i . all si iles, Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Se. mid door from Shiver House,
Sept ii Hmo (>:i Plain stroll.
JLSI' KECEIVED at
Aug 25 .1. C. SEEGERS A co's
BY Express THIS DAY.
Aug 3!? JOHN c. S.EEGERS.V CO.
ALMOST equal to Hains.
Au? 30 .IOITNC. SF.FOFHS\ (.'(..
Thc Civil Righi? Bill.
The following Act of Congress is repub?
lished for general information :
An AM to protect OS persona in the United
Slates in tlteir civil rights, and furnish
the means of Vicir vindication.
Be Ht enactei by the Senate and House of
nepreeentativee of the United States of Ame?
rica, in Congress assembled, That all par?
son* born in tho United States, and not
subject to any foreign power, excluding
Indians not taxed, are hereby declared to
be citizens of the United States; and such
citizens, of eveTy race and color, without
regard to any previous condition of
slavery or involuntary servitude, except as
a punishment for crime, whereof tho party
shall have keen duly convicted, shall nave
tho same right, in every State and Terri?
tory in the United States, to make and cn
forco contracts, to sue, -be parties, and
give evidenco. to inherit, pmchase, lease,
sell, hold, and convey real and personal
property, and to fall and equal benefits of
all Taws and proceedings for the security
of person and property, as is enjoyed by
white citizens, and shall be subject to like
punishment, pains and penalties, and to
none other, any law, statute, ordinance,
regulation or custom, to the contrary not?
SEC. 2. Anti oe it further enacted, That
any person who, under cover of any law,
statute, ordinance, regulation or custom,
shall subject, or cause to be subjected, any
inhabitant of any Stato or Territory tc
tho deprivation of any right secured 01
protcotod by this Act, or to iiffcrent pun?
ishments, pains or penalties, on account
of such person having at any time boer
held in a _ condition of slavery or involun?
tary servitude, except as a punishment foi
crime, whereof the party snail have beei
duly convicted, or by reason of h?3 coloi
or race, than is proscribed for the punish
ment of whito persons, shall be decmei
guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on eonVic
tion, shall be punished by fine not exceed
ing ono thousand dollars, or imprisonmen
not exceeding ono year, or both, at thc
discretion of tho court.
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted. Tba
the District Courts of the United States
within their respectivo districts, sha!
have, exclusively of tho courts of the sevi
ral States, cognizance of all crimes am
offences committed against tho provision
of this Act, and also, concurrently with th
I Circuit Courts of the United States, of a
causes, civil and criminal, affecting pei
I sons who aro denied or canuot enforce i
I tho courts or judicial tribunals of the Stal
i or locality where they may bo, any of th
rights secured to them by thc first Beetle
of this Act; and if any suit or prosecutiol
civil or criminal, has been or shall bo con
menced in any Stato court agaiust ai
such person, for any cause whatsoever, <
against any officer, civil or military, (
other person, for any arrest or imprisoi
mont, trespasses or wrongs dono or con
nutted by virtue or under color of autboi
ty derived from this Act or tho A
establishing aburcaufor the relief offree
men and refugees, and all Acts amend?t
ry thereof, or for refusing to do any a
upon tho ground that it would be inco
sistcut with this Act, such defendant sh;
have tho right to remove such cause 1
j trial to tho proper district or circuit cor
j ia t bo manner prescribed by thc. "Act 1
hiting tn habeas corpus, and regulatii
judicial proceedings in ?ci tain cases," n
proved March 3, 18(53, ?nd all acts amoni
tory thereof. The jurisdiction in civil a
criminal matters hereby conferred on t
district and circuit courts of the Unit
States shall be exercised and enforced
I conformity with tho laws of the Unit
1 States, so fur as snob laws ure suitable
j carry thc- same into effect; but in all cat
i where such laws aro not adapted to I
j object, or are deficient in the provisic
i necessary to furnish suitable remedias u
Iiunisb offences against law, tho coiuu
aw, as modified and changed by the C<
J stitution and Statutes of the State whet'
j the court having jurisdiction of the eau
i civil or criminal, is held, so far as t
I same is not inconsistent with tho Con
! tution and laws of the United States, si
i be extended to and govern said courtt
j the trial and disposition of such cause, <
i if of a criminal nature, in tho infliction
j punishment on the party found guilty.
? SEO. 4. And tte it ftirilier enacted, T
j the district attorneys, marshals and
I puty marshals of the United States,
I commissioners appointed bv the eire
I and territorial courts of the United Stal
I with powers of arresting, itnprisoninf
bailing offenders against the laws of
United States, the officers and agent)
, the Froedmcn's Bureau, and every ot
! officer who may bo specially enip
. ered bv tho President of thc United ?Sta
shall be, and they are hereby, speci
' authorized and required, at the cxpens
! th'? United States, to institute jiroccodi
against all'' and every person who s
! violate the provisions of this Act,
! canso him or them to be arrested and
i prisoned, or bailed, ns tho caso may
; for trial before such court of the Un
! States or territorial court as by this
! has cognizance of the offence. And wi
] view t<> affording reasonable protectio
i all persons in their constitutional right
j equality before the law, without distinc
I ot raco or color, or previous couditio
i slavery or involuntary servitude, excel)
j a punishment for crime, whereof
i person bhull have been duly convicted,
j to thc prompt discharge ot the dilti?
, this Act, it shall be_ tho duly of the
cuit courts of the United States auc
superior courts of tho territories of
United States, from time to time, V
crease thc number of commissioners, t
to afford a speedy and convenient m
for the arrest and examination of per
charged with a violation ol this Act;
such commissioners are hereby autboi
, and required to exercise und discL
all tho powers and duties conferrc
tin m by this Act, and the same d
with regard to offences created by
I Act, as they are authorized by law to
eise ? ith regard to other offene? s ag
thc laws of the Unite d States.
: SEC. 5. And be itfnrOier enacted, Tl
1 shall be the duty of all marshals ami ch
' marshals toohey and execute all war
ami precepts issuedundrtr the provisi?
j this Act, when to them directed ; and si
any marshal or deputy marshal refu
receive such warrant or other pr
win n tendered, or to use all proper ii
diligently to execute the same, he sh:
conviction thereof, be fined in the si
onethousand dollars, to the use of th
I eon upon whom the accused is al let"
havo committed the offence. And th
ter to onable the said commission*
! execute their duties faithfully an.
j ciently, in conformity with tho Const i i
of the United States and tho requirei
of this Act. they are hereby authorize
empowered, within their counties rei
ively, to appoint, in writing, under
i hands, any one or more suitable pc
from time to time, to execute all sud
I rants and other process as may hoi
i hy them in tho law ful performance o!
. respective duties; and the persons i
pointed to execute any warrant or p:
as aforesaid, shall have authority tc
mon and call to their aid the by-sti
or posse comUatus of the proper com
snub portiou of the land or naval for
: tho United States, or of tho militia, a
bo necessary to the performance
duty with which they are charged, ?
1 inmiro a faithful observance of tho
of tin? Constitution which prohibits
ry, in conformity with the provisic
I tins Act; and said warrants shall ru
be executed by said officers anywhere in
th? State or Territory within which^hey
SEC. 6. And be it further enacted. That
any person wno shall knowingly and wil?
fully obstruct, hinder or prevent any officer
or other person charged with the execution
of any warrant or process issned under tho
provisions of this Act, or any person or
persons lawfully assisting him or them,
from arresting any person for whose appre?
hension such warrant or process may bave
boon iasued, or shall rese?e, or attempt to
rescue, such person from the custody of tbe
officer, other person or persons, or those
lawfully assisting as aforesaid, when so
arrested pursuant to the authority herein
given and declared, or shall aid, abet or
assist any person so arrested as aforesaid,
! directly or indirectly, to escape from the
1 custody of tho officer or other person
legally authorized as aforesaid, or shall
harbor or conceal any person for whose
arrest a warrant or process shall have been
issued as aforesaid!, so as to prevent his
discovery and arrest, after notico or know?
ledge of the fact that a warrant has been
issned for tho aoprehonsion of such person
shall, for either of said offences, bo subject
to a fine not exceeding one thousand del
! lars, and imprisonment not exceeding sb
months, by indictment and conviction be
fore the District Court of tho United State,
j for the district in which said offence ma;
have been committed, or before tho propel
cqnrt of criminal jurisdiction, if committee
I within any one of the organized Territorio
of the United States.
8EC. 7. And be it further enacted. Tba
tho district attorneys, the marshals, thei
deputies and the clerks of the said distric
and territorial courts, shall bo paid fo
their services tho like fees as may bo allow
ed to thom for similar services in ollie
cases; and in all cases where the proceed
ings are before a commissioner, ho shall h
entitled to a feo of ten dollars in full fe
his sorviccs in each case, inclusive of a
services incident to such arrest and exam
nation. The person or persons authorize
to cxecuto the process to bo issued by sue
commissioners for the arrest of offendei
against the provisions of this Act, sball I
entitled to a fee of five dollars for each po
Bon ho or they may arrest and take befo)
any such commissioner as aforesaid, wit
such other fee? as may bo deemed reasoi
able by such commissioner for such otb
additional services as may bc nceessari
performed by him or them, suchas atten
ing at tho examination, keeping tlic p:
Roner in custody, and providing him wi
food and lodging during his detention, ai
until thc final determination of such coi
missioner, and in general for pcrformi
such other duties as may be required in t
premises; such fees to be made up in ct?
formitv with the fees usually charged
the officers of thc courts of justice wi tl
the proper district or county, as near
may bo practicable, and paid out of t
Treasury of tho United States ou tho c>
tificato of the judge of the district witl
!which the arrest is made, and to bo rc
verable from the defendant as part of t
judgment in ease of conviction.
SEC. 8. And tie il fm thee enacted. Tl
? whenever tho President of the Unit
i States shall have reasou to believe tl
I offences have been, or are likely to
j committed against the provisions of t
Act within any judicial district, it shall
lawful for him, in his discretion, to dir
I the judge, marshal and district atturne;
; such district to attend at such place wit
j the district, and for such time as he II
j designate, for thc purpose of the m
I speedy arrest and trial ol' persons char
! with a violation of this Act; and it shal
I the duty "f every judge <>r other olli
! when any such requisition shall be reo?-i
j by bim, to attend at the place and for
j time therein designated,
i SEC.;?. And be it further enacted, Thi
, ?hall ho lawful for the President of
United States, or such person as he i
empower for tha> purpose, tc) employ H
part of the land or naval torces of
i United States, or of the militia, as sha!
I necessary to prevent the violation and
force tho due execution of this Act.
I SEC. li). .4/i'i be i! further enaclfd, 'J
, upon all questions of law arisaig in
causo under the provisions of thin A
I final appeal may be taken to the Sup]
I Court of the United States.
Speaker of the House of Kepresentativ
LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER
President of the Senate-, pro ti
IT* OR BED BUGS.
1 For HATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
For TO OT H AC H E. At
FISHER A HElNTTslI'S, Druggh
Elegant Toilet Extracts
LOWS GENUINE WINDSOR SOA1
Lubin's Genuine Extracts,
j Connan Cologne Water.
Elegant French Soaps.
Powder Puffs and Boxes.
! Rose Toilet Powder,
j Lily White and TabletH.
! English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER A HEINITSH':
I Aug 10 Pharmaei
IjlOR marking linen. At
1 FISHER A HEINITSH
.Inly 7 Druggi
Wonderful Parlor Amuseiner
'? PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGI
ANY one may make a beautiful p
with only a few drops of watt
I make your own albums of pretty ni
* al little cost. For sale bv
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmao
Arrival of Pontoons
ANOTHER large supply of PONT.
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms.
I threat medicine for worin -.. Over 2,*<J
been sohl in less than two monti)
, millions ol' worms destroyed. If
children have worms, go to Fisher A
itsh's and get a box.
FISHER ft HEIN ITS II, Pharma?
! Hear the Voice of the Peoi
IHAVE Died your GERMAN, 1
POWDERS, and um well please
I the result. Send me iii worth by e
au* oblige . P.
I Good for all diseases to which h
i subject. A valuable medicine. ?
should be without it. For sale bj
FISHER .V HEIN1T:
J nh 12 Drugi
! And Sarsaparil
WONDERFUL EFFECT of ot
bottle. Copy of a letter: "
.wed only half a bottle of Queen's
ajd Sarsaparilla for boils and erupt
the skin and itching humor ot the
j wl.i. h annoyed me very much. I
; Uroly cured". I think your medicine
able one. "
I For sale by FISHER ft HEINI
Lemon Acid or Lemonac
IJ10R making LEMONADE. Put
1 ties; 25 cents each. At
FISHER ft HEIN ITSH'S, Drufi
M HOSTETTERS BUTE RS.
fjS?mmmW? McLean's Strength'* Cordial.
\5|^y Panknin's Hepatic Bitter?.
S?SB Plantation Bitters.
,S|P? Mustang Liniment.
flEr* Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Sandford'a Liver In vigora tor.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Mast?.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia,
white Mustard Seed.
Turmeric Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a large assortment of
such articles as are generally kept in first
class drug stores. DR. C. II. MIOT,
Sept 1_Druggist and Chemist.
FOR cementing Class, China, Ac. For
salo at Da. C. H. MIOTS
July (? Drug Store. I
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS. ~
A SUPPLY just received bv express, at I
JUL DR. C. li. MIOT'S !
July (5_ Drug Store._
! A Pleasant Tonic.
? Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
rilli E bitterness of the Calisaya and thc
JL nauseous inkiness of the iron, which
have so often rendered these estimable
tonics repulsive to delicate stomachs, are
entirely overcome by being skillfully blend?
ed into" a delightful cordial, pleasant tn thc
taste, acceptable to the stomach and invi?
gorating to the svstem. For ?ale at
_Jnly 15 DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug btoro.
-|/\/\ OZ. QUININE, received THIS i
JL v *U DAY by National Express at
Juno 20 MIOT'S DRUtt STORE.
ON E eas?- TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
BOSE WATER, received and for sale
?it MIOTS DRUG STORE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE case CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOT'S DliUG STORE,
AFRESH SUPPLY of the above at
June"29 MIOTS DRUG STORE.
AYER S SARSAPARILLA.
Ending's Sarsaparilla nod On eon's De
? light. For sale at
; Julv 17 Da C. IL MIOT'S Drug Store.
i OILS! OILS! OILS!
I "ITTK have accepted the agency from the
W largest factory iu New York, lind are
I now recviviug, and will constantly keep on
' Extra Engine OIL.
j Spindle "
t Transparent Car Axle OIL.
! Signal or Head Light '.
Natural Winter Sperm "
j Extra .
No. 1 Tanin ia' .. "
We will sell the above goods at NEW
I YORK PRICES, adding freights on Iv.
J ANN EY >* TOLLF.S?N,
. Aug 21 Columbia, S. C.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS;
I "WrE are receiving thin day, tin thc
j YT Emily l'?. Souder, from New York, a
j large stock "of GOODS, purchased for cash,
j to which wc invite the special attention of
the ladies and in er ch a nts, as wc will sell
I CHEAP, l*)th at wholesale and retail:
3110 piceos Plain and Plaid Nainsook,
j Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finish.
, Plain and Striped S Riss.
Plaid and Tape Checks, Mud Maslin,
i Striped and Dotted Bobiuct.
Tarleton*, Silk Bobinet for Veils.
! White, Colored and Black Kid Gloves.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladies',
, Gent's, Misses and B?,s, from common to
' best regular makes, all sizes.
Brown and Bleached Damasks, Crash,
j Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels-cheap.
Borage and Grenadine for Veils, all colors
j Infants' Robes, Piano and Table Covers.
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case- Linen.
8-1 to 11-4 Cotton Sheeting.
Mosambioue, Silk Poplins, Lenos.
Bc rage, Chumbra, Pecols.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of all descriptions.
I Cambric, S-., i-s, Lisle and Tia ead Edg?
' .Toltol Quilts, llibhons and Notions.
Bombazines, C.-4 Black DeLaine.
1 8-4 Black ami While Borage, for shawl?.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Enibroid'd and Linen Cutts and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
2oi) jueces Bleached Shirtings.
125 " M-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and l-l Shirtings.
A large md beautiful lot of Sca-sideaand
Suindowus; together with many other
goods too numerous to mention - all of
which w ill be sold verv cheap.
July 15 TOLLESON ft JAN NEY.
?r / \ Ht >XES TOBACCO choice grades.
DU m . -?."?.
- *rSjpo.SKGAKN -genuine KiO Hondo.
0,000* " - low glade?.
20 huh s COTTON YARNS H lo 1-'.
io h iskets Heidsiek Champagne,
ou doz-Watreira, Port, Sherry and Claret
10 doz. Lemon Syrup. .
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
10 hb's. Bourbon Whiskey,
'ju " Corn "
St) bids. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
.ion boxes Sarrbin x UH) boxes Herrings.
J A NN KV k TOLLESON.
W. T. WALTER
WILL sell at his mart, 3HIS (Fri lav)
MORNING, 7.b inst., ?t l?VclodL
13 cue* Whiskey, io oula. Flour, 2 cases
Wines, Syrups, (Uder, Tobacco, La-lies'
Hos?, ?earf?, Hats, Bnttone, Towelling,
Muslins, Perfiunery, Soaps, Men's Half
Hose, Wu, Pant?. Also, Bedstead, Crib,
*?:_ Sept 7
Ooicn, Muli*, <fcc.
By LEVIN & PEIX0TT0.
WE w ill Bell, THIS MORN INO, tho 7th
inst., at 10 o'clock, in front of our Auo
fl fino MILCH COWS.
S fine Springer?.
C Beef Cattle.
3 youug Mules, 1 Twc~hcrso Wagon and
Harness. Halo positive. Terms cash.
tthoie* Stork at Auction.
W. T. WALTER
WILL ?ell, on TUESDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
?_ at bis mart,
Tho following choice stock of CATTLE:
1 Milch Cow, 1 Heifer and 1 Brahmin Bail
Calf. . The above stock may be seen every
afternoon, at 6 o'clock, until day of sale, at
tho house of E. Rowe, opposite tho Oas
Hone?. Sept 7
By the Commissioners Appointed by
the Legislature of South Carolina
to Sell the State Works.
Materials, Tools, Atc,
AT public auction, at the State Military
Works, Greenville, S. C.. beginning on
WEDNESDAY, 17th October, 186(5, consist?
ing of :
2 Steam Engines-one 25 and one 40
Engine Lathes, Milling Machines, Vises.
Hand Lathes, Wood Turning Lathes.
Drilling Machines, Punching Machines.
Trip Hammers and Forges, Steam Ham
Smiths' Tongs, Smiths" Hammers, Shaft
Screw Cutting Machines.
Wire Drawing Machines.
Bellows, Machine Blowers, Portable
All descriptions of Gnu Machinery.
Wood and Iron Planing Machines.
Leather Belting, Rubber Belting.
Flasks, Patterns, Pouches. Wrenches.
Several hundred gross Iron and Braes
300 doz. Files and Rasps,
i 2,500 lbs. Cast and Spring Steel,
j 14,000 lbs. Swedes and American Iron,
j Sheet Rubber.
000 curds Pine Wood, Coke.
Brass and Iron Ti Immings and Filings.
I 56 pair Window Sashes.
Corn Mills, Hand Screws, Wagon Wheels.
Planes, Augers. Braces and Bits,
i Stoves and Pipes, F'ire Brick,
j And numberless other articles.
All these are in large numbers and quan
; titics, and constitute a stock of Machinery,
I Ac, such as is seldom offered.
I A catalogue, of sixteen rages, has been
! pi luted, containing a general description
I of the Stock, winch roar be had on appli
i cation by mail to th" Secretary.
?ar Terms cash, or a note at eixty days,
j with approved security, beliing interest,
at option of the purchaser.
For further information, applv to
C. J. ELFORD,
Sec'y to Commissioners State Works,
; Sept 7 f0 Greenville, S. C.
j CtOLE, Upper, Harness and Band LEA
k!5 THEI?, for sale low for cash by
.7. K. D?VLS,
Aug l"i wfs* Monticello, S. C.
TAN-YARD FOR SALET""
TOFFER my TAN-YARD at private sale,
situated near Monticello, Fairfield Dis
j trict, S. C. 'Die buildings, fixtures, Ac.,
I are all new and in complete order.
I There is also <<n the lot (five acres) a
comfortable DWELLING, with suitable
out-bnildings, garden. Ac.
?ar Terms accommodating to an ap
j proved purchaser. J. K. DAYIS.
j Aug IS wf5?r
AVERY fine half-breed BRAHMIN BULL
for ?ale by the subscriber, near Monti
j cello. Fairfield District, S. C. He can show
' aa tine calves as any bull in the State of
i his grade. J. K. DAVIS.
Aug 15 wff
Auction and Commission.
WT. WAI TER, having purchased the
. interest of F. E. D?RBEC in the
Auction and Commission Business, begs to
inform the citizens that he will continue
the business at the old stand, where he will
be prepared to buy and sell Stocks, Bonds,
Coin, Real Estate* and all other articles.
Thankful for past favors, tho subscriber
would solicit a continuance of the same.
July 21 ftu2ino W.T.WALTER
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
! At the Sign of thc Golden Pad-Lock.
! TUST received, a large assortment of
#J PISTOLS, embracing the most desira?
ble made in this country.
1 A foll assortment of Powder, Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, Ac, and for sale cheap bv
! Aug 80 JOHN C. DIAL.
i A COMPLETE assortment, on every sub
XA-Jeet. Also, a fine stock of School
? Books, Blank Books, Envelopes, Writing
i Papers. Cold Pens and other Stationery.
: Also, new publications. Also, fine ami
cheap Bibles, Hymn Books, Prayer Books.
! all sizes and prices. For sale at
M< CARTER'S Bookstore,
j Angl Opposite Columbia l>aw Range.
; The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the adorn... ion of every one. Noone
possessing ibis rich gilt and attribute
Of health ami attraction would exchange it
' for the wealth of the Indies. Yet how
I many suffer their hkm to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar tho
' beautv and bloom of the face. The CTR
; CASS?AN BLOOM removes all spots and
: blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
; and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
I attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists everywhere.
FISH Lit A HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO.. Philad'a.
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
TO insure the comfort of "nature's sweet
restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
I BUG DESTROYER." lt destroys them in
! stantlv. At FISHER 4 HEINLTSITS,
! Julv 7 Druggists.