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middling uplands 13d.
LONDON, .September 12-Noon.-Consol*
for money 89S; fivs^wsnties 71$ T
r.?.His, September 12-Noon.-Tho Em?
parai han sent a> special mission to Mexico
to confer with Maximilian.
BEBUK, September 12-Noon.-Tito AUi
gimiiw Zeitung, of to-day, say? tho re?
opening of the Eastern question by Husma
cannot bo for pacific purposes.
W>NEW YOB*, September 13_?A3 Toronto
despatch says the Canada pupers urge that
the United States Government be held re?
sponsible for the Fenian trouble, and de?
mand thai England should declaro war if
the Fenians are not suppressed.
CHICAGO, September 13.-A special de?
spatch says the Convention of National
Banks of the South-west has passed reso?
lutions disapproving -of Mr. Hooper's
amendment, offered in Congress, reqairing
national banks to redeem their currency
in Nsw York, Philadelphia or Boston: also,
feoo-^porate with purtles to have Ju?ge
Nelson's decision, regarding the taxation
?f national bask stocks, revoked.
NEW YORK, September 18.-Rio Janeiro
correspondence, of tho 8th ult., says tho
allies are still in a morass, under the gnus
of the enemy, unable to advance or with?
draw. Tho small pox har1 Token out in a
malignant foi ni among th?, allied soldiers.
It waa reported that the Paraguayans
wore advancing upon the allied camp at
C.orienter. .The Paraguayans . had been
reinforced by 10,000 men.
BOSTON. September 13.-At tho Conven?
tion to-day, Ben. Buller presided. Gov.
Bullock and the whole ticket were nomi?
nated for re-election by acclamation.
WASHINGTON, September 13.-The Presi?
dent arrived at Pittsburg at ti p. ni. He
will reach this city at ?5 p. m. Saturday.
NEV/ YOUK, September IS-Noon. (;<.ld
145J. Exchango quiet - sight. 7*. Cotton
brm. FlouxjArin. Wheat l@2e. botte:
Pork heavy, af S3.5a.
7 P. M.-Co?ttfirm, with sales of 20,000
bales. Fj-JnU. WtteatailulL. Pork
drooping, BS?K?te>- Lard lower, ut V.i'.<<::
20. SugaT^JWT Coffee linn and quiet.
Moulus, September I'S. - Cot'.ou sales to?
day ?Oft bates -middling 4iO?3J^low inid
dliug 27r?M8. "fro change in the market.
NEW. 0?V?^KS, September Ki.- Cotton
unchanged--few middling KM?.tV Gold
Medical College of-tfcs?tate
of South Caroliaii:
nnHE Annual Course of Lectures in this
X institution will commence ?ri tho li st
MONDAY of Novembor 1. yt; hC.fl termi?
nate on tho first SATURDAY of >iareh .Mi?
J. EDWARDS HOLBROOK, M. D-, Pro?
fessor Emeritus of Anatomy.
FRANCIS T. MILES, M. D., Professor of
JULIAN J. CHLSOL1I, M. D., Professor'
E. GEDDINGS, M. D., Professor of In?
stitutes and Practice of Medicine.
JAMES MOULTRIE, M. D., Professor or
T?0TTT A. KINLOCT?, M. I)., Professor of
Materia Medica and Therapeut! op,
I fHOS. G. PRIOLEArJ,'*:'Tr:TTnfrtfsor
of Obstetrics and Disoa?a&iof HNkifnen and
C. U. SHEPARD, M. D., LL.D., Profes?
sor of Chemistry.
SAMUEL LOGAN, M. D., Demonstrator
F. L. PARKER, M. D., Assistant Demon?
strator of Anatoniv.
E. GEDDINGS, M. i>., Dean p--o tci.i.
KXTItAOBDINARY OU SUPPLEMENTARY PUO
F. L. Parker, M. D., Anatomy; Samuel
Ligan, M. D., Surgery; P. Jenr?is Robin?
son, M. D., Institutes and Practice of Me?
dicine; George Trescott, M. 1>., Materia
Medica;F. M. Robertson, M. D., Obstetrics.
Tho Extraordinary Professor^ lecture
cadi, twice a week. Course free. They
will also give tho Su ranier Coarse.
Clinicatlnslruction at tho City Hospital
by F. Peyre Porcher, M. D.
Clinical Instruction at tho Policlinic, con?
nected with the College, on every Wednes?
day and Saturday, from 9 to ll o'clock.
This important charity is now in success?
Chief of Medical Clinic, Prof. E. Ged?
dings, M. D. ; Assistants, F Jervais Robin?
son, M. D., George Trescott, M. 1).
Chief of Surgical Clinic, Julian J. Chi
solrn, M. D.- Assistant*, Samuel Logan,
M. D., T. JJ. Parker, M. D.
FEES EOS THE Cocas*.- For t he Profes
sors, $105; Matriculation, once, $5;I)oinoii
strator, $10; Graduation, $3U.
Sept 14 r _ _fal?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SUPERINTENDS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Sept. 12, lUCAi.
ON and after MONDAY next. 17th inst.,
the Passenger Trains will run daily
(Sundays excepted) until further notico, as
Leave Columbia at. 7.lo a. m.
" Alston at.0-i>5 "
" Newberry at.10.35 "
Arrive at Abbeville at.3.13 p.m.
" at Anderson at.5.10 *
" at Greenville at.5.40 **
Leave Greenville at.6.00 a. ni.
" Anderson at.0.30 "
'? Abbeville at. 8.35 "
" Newberry at. 1.20 p. m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40
The bridge at Alston being now com?
pleted, passengers and freights will bc.
transported without delay. The expense
of freights, by tho discontinuance of thc
wasons and boats, will be largely reduced.
Sept 14 J. B. LASSALLE, Pen. Sn p.
VARIOUS brands-wholesale and retail
?dS-^flfe-fe SSEGEB^ CD.
BY steamer from New York._
CORN-White and Yellow.
Lemons, Figs and Raisins.
Gloss Starch, Blueing.
Salt, in largo seamless n&ekM
Frosh Lard. J. C. 8EEGERS Ai CO
Legislature of South Carolina.
Wednesday, September 13,1SGO.
Tho Senate met at ll a. m.
Mr. J. II Williams presented thc peti?
tion of W. W. Houseal, Sheriff of Newberry
District, praying an appropriation for sub?
sist euee of prisoners.
Messrs. BleCntchcn and Hemphill sub?
mitted reports of committees.
A bill to amend au Act to lend the credit
of the State to secure certain bonds of tho
South Carolina Railroad Company, recoived
tho second reading, was agreed to, and
was ordered to be sent to the House of
Tho report of tho Committee ou the Lu?
natic Asylum and Mo?jcal Accounts on tho
memorial of George E. 'Prescott and Ham'l
Logan, relative to supply Of Umba 'to sol?
ders, was postponed to thc regular ses?
After the discussion of several matters,
the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF HE PRESENTAT! YES.
Tho HOOHO met at 12 o'clock.
Messrs. Easier, J. .T. Ryan, Coker, Shaw.
Hammett, McKewn, Campbell,Trescot and
J. S. Richardson, jr., submitted reports of
Messrs. Bachman and Price gave notice
of tho introduction of bills.
Mr. Haskell introducid a resolution
which was made tho special order of ibo
day for to-morrow, at 2 o'clock p. m. -that
a core-iit tco, consisting of three members,
shall oe appointed to fr?mo an address, to
bc issued by this House, to tho people of
this State, concerning tho pecuniary diffi
calfces of the country, and rocommenduig
tUntVMeh is deemed the best manner in
whicn these difficulties mav be constitu?
tionally met. and that this "committee re- |
port the address proposed by them to this
Mr. Hanckel introduced a rosolul ion - - I
which was agreed to, aud was ordered to
be sent to tho Senate for concurrence-that ?
as the South Carolina Railroad and tho |
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad
have been, for some time, allowing refugee
families in reduced circumstances to travel
over their roads nt reduced rates of fare,
and as there are many refugee families in
tho upper Districts anxious to return to
their homos, bnt are unable to do su at thc
present cst of traveling, that the direc?
tion of all of thc railroads of the State be
requested to reduce the fare on their roads
for refllgt c families and their servants.
Mr. I>ePass introduced a bill to further
pruville for thc collection of debts and for
the relief of debtors.
Mr. Trescot, from the Special Commit?
tee, made a report on a bill to raise a fund
to provide for the necessities of t he peo?
ple, and reported a bill for tho purpose
? hieb was read tho tirst time, and was
made ibo special order of the day for l<
morrow, at naif-past 1 o'clock p. m.
4 WHITE WOMAN, to Cook. Wash and I
[nm for a gentleman and lady. Apur?
?t this office. Sept 13 2" !
'?Q'& WOOD 03a COAL, j
TITSP received, a sinai! lot of i
?c--j ? i KU;INC. STOVES, of different pat- ?
PB t. . os. .vi.ich will be sold nt LOW
' '. X .?W?*i'diV?rs Tm Shop,
Sept V.!-i'.-'- * - Opposite Park.
]3 ASS!',NT! Kits by the South Carolina
and Wilmington and Manchester trains
can get li REA Kir*ANT at Kingsville on and
aiter the'Jd inst. C. A. SCOT]'.
I Sept 1 Imo
R. L. BRYAN,
J. J. McCarter,
HAS FOR SALE A NEW STOCK OF
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS !
IN all the Languages.
Also, a linc variety of Lett? r, Cap, Le
,'al and Note PAPERS.
BLANK BOOKS, LAW BLANKS, &c.
BIBLES, HYMN ROOKS.
Also, new Publications. At
Sept ti Opposite Lawyers' Mange.
Hair Brushes. m
AVERY choice selection of Englisn and
French H Aili BRUSHES-something
stiff aud linc. At E. POLLARD'S.
Sept 2 tC*
Pocket and Pen Knives.
THE best is always thc cheapest-CON?
GRESS KNIVES. A very superior lot
of Ruo finished Knives, made by Joseph
Rodgers & Sons, George Wostcnholm and
Needham .V brothers, just received at
Sept 2 tC E. PO?.LAUD'S.
FIVE THOUSAND bushels PRIME
ti, OOO bushels prime Yellow Corn.
CO hhds. BACON-Clear Sides and Shonl
' 1,000 bushels OATS.
.,,000 bushels prime YELLOW COHN.
1,000 " " White
20 hhds. Bacon Clear Sides.
Will bo sold at as low rates astin- market
will alford. BROWNE A SCHIRMER,
Main street, Volger's new store.
Sept 9_ _+:*
AT COST !
? GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for sale, at
%*fjfcand BELOW COST, his entire .-tock
TSCT'1*' HARDWARE, without reserve,
?f v consist ing in part ol' the following
Ames' Long and Short Handle shovel-.
? <?. o " Spades,
it .i ?. ?. *. Manure
25 doa. genuine Collins1 Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks-a general assortment.
Screws, Chisels and Augers.
Mill and Hand Files.
Hatchets, Hammers and broad Axes.
Butt and Strap Hinges.
Trace Chains and Axle Grease.
Hollow-ware of all stvles, Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver lionso.
Sept <*. Gmo On Plain street.
TO the A?Tofttfen ?C Stn y- Lawi ?nd
Kindred Mtantrts. ( ;
Y-ottr attention ie earnestly asked to the
following extracts from Ramsay's History
of South Carolina. It will cost-you but a
few minutes, which, it is hopes, jour zeal
m behalf of your fellow-citizens will allow
you to devoto to it, and serve to warn some
whoso literary and historical reputation
has been endangered by their injudicious
opinions and expressions in reference to
proposed echemos for tho relief of debtors.
You cannot fail to seo your error, and that
your .course will not oidy involve our State
in all tbs troubles of discredit abroad and
distrust at home, bnt ultimately prove to
you a source of lasting regret.
If tho historian had boen writing of re?
cent and now passing events, he could not
have expressed himself more to the point.
Road it; learn wisdom from tho past, and
do not, through the public prints and in
your popular and forensic harangues, be?
tray that want of familiarity with the civil
history of your country and State, which
friends and constituents expect and should
demand. Cease to inculcate sentiments
at war with the Constitution, the interests
of debtors and tho rights of creditors; en?
courage, by your example, industrious,
bard work, and we shall soon sec brighter
days and happier faces. We are impover?
ished; do not pauperize us by legislation:
"A disposition to resist the laws became
common. Assemblies were called often,
and earlier than the Constitution or laws
required. The good and evil of represen?
tative Government becamo apparent. The
assemblies were a correct representation
j of thc people. They had common feelings,
and their situations were, in mont cases,
I similar. These led to measures which pro
ctired temporary relief, but at the expense
t the permanent and extended interests
tho community. Laws were passed, in
which property of every kind was made a
legal tender in the payments of debts,
though payable, according to contract, in
gold or silver. Other laws installed thc
debt, so that of sums already duo, only .1
third, and afterwards only a fifth, was "an?
nually recoverable in the courts of law.
Numbers were clamorous for large emis?
sions of paper money, armed with the
sanctions of a legal tender."
"The effects of theso laws, interfering
between debtors and creditors, were exten?
sive. Tliey destroyed public credit and
confidence between man and man, injured
the morals f tho people, ami in many in?
stances ins:: red and aggravated thc'final
ruin of the ufe. t?nate debtor, for whose
temporary rein they were brought for?
ward. Tho procrastination of payment
abated exertions to meet it with prompti?
tude. In the meantime, interest was accu?
mulating, and. the expenses of suit multi?
plied by the number of instalments. At
no time before nor since, were the fortunes
ot attorneys so rapidly or so easily made.
At 110 period has an equal number ot
planters been involved in embarrassments
from which they were never exlric.it? d, 01
only extricated by more than ordinary s;o
"Tho eight years of war in Carolina waa
followed by eight years of disorganization,
which produced such an amount of civil
distress as diminished with some their re?
spect for libe rty and independence. Seve?
ral apprehended that the same scenes
which liad takeu pl.iee ia England in tin
seventeenth century, after a long anti
bloody civil war, would be acted over agaii
in America by a tickle people, who tun
neither tho fortitude nor the wisdom :.
govern themselves. Peace and the most
perfect liberty to make such laws and con
stitntiona as the people pleased, had mt
hitherto brought in their train the bless
; inga expected from them, but tho power u
making such alterations in both, as pro
mised to procure them, were among tin
privileges of freemen."
Referring then to the Constitution jos
adopted, Dr. Ramsay gees on to say:
"Tho individual States were left in fill
possession of every power tor their into
rior government, but restrained from coin
ing money, emitting bills of credit, makin;
anything but gold and silver atender ii
payment of debts, passing any bill o
attainder, ex post facto law, <>r law impair
ing the obligation of contracts. This Con
stitution was submitted to a convention <
the people of South Carolina, consistinge
"224- members, by which it was accepte
and ratified on behalf of tho State on th
2.;d day of May, 1783. Their acceptance .
a Constitution, which, among other clause:
contained the restraining one which ha
just been recited, was an act of groa
self-denial. To resign power in possessio
is rarely done by individuals, but mor
rarely by collective bodies of men. Th
power thus given np by South Carolina wa
one she thought essential to her welfan
and had freely exercised for several pr<
ceding years. Such a relinquishment sb
would not have made at any period of th
last five vears; for in them she had passe
no less than six Acts interfering betwee
debtor and creditor, with the view of e!
faining a respite for the former, tinder pal
ticnlar circumstances of public distres:
To tic up the hands of future Legislature:
so as to deprive them of a power of rt ?>c;i
ing similar acts on any emergency, was
display both of wisdom and magnanimit;
lt would seem as if experience had coi
vinced the State of its political errors, an
induced a willingness to retrace its ste]
and relinquish a power which had bi e
j improperly used.
'.The new Constitution hoing accepted 1
all the States except two, went into open
tion in 17SU. Its b. neficial effects wei
speedily and extensively felt, lt was f<
lowed by a funding system which, anne
other benefits, gave life and activity to
capital of 4,000.1.00 of comparatively ns
less paper in the form of indents, whit
bad been issued as a payment to thc pei
pie of South Carolina tor their services ai
supplies in the revolutionary war. Puhl
credit was re-animated. The owners
property and holders of money freely pat
ed with both, well knowing that m> tutu
law could impair tho obligation of co
tracts. Money, in a few years, beca:
Tho following, which was added as a tu
to the history of the embargo, teach 1 :
lesson which it is hoped will not be disi
garde.1. It shows, as clearly as the foi
going, tho opinion then entertained of t
design and pur; .>..f the oft discuss
Constitut ional c lause:
"To induce ^ suspension of legal pi
lings for the recovery of debts, t
hods were adopted. The grand j uri
. some of the Districts, presented it a
grievance that the courts should carry
the usual legal proceedings for tin' sale
property under execution ?it a time wi
i the laws forbade the ex] Cation of th
i crops. At the beginning nf tho r?volu'.
the Grand Jury et' Charleston presen*
I the late Acts of tim British Parham*
I hostile to the United Colonies, as a gri
ance. This practice bas been ever si:
continued, and grand juries exercise
privilege of freemen in expressing t!
sense of grievances from whatever quat
they may arise. Thus sanctioned by c
tom. in tho year they wished, in sr
Districts, t influence the presiding jud
I of courts to uspend their functions as
as they aide lOmpulsory processes agai
I creditors. Hie .idges reasoned on
loas of character which would reen lt front
tho measure-tho sacred obligation of
their oaths-and of tho exuding Constitu?
tions, both state and national; pointed out
the impolicy of all interferences between
debtor ?nd creditor, and tho many cvils
wbicb had resulted from the lat" inst ai?
ment laws. Having thus prepared tho
minds of the people for a refusal, they paid
no attention to the opinions cf tho jury,
but proceeded to hold tho courts for the
whole period authorized by law.
"When this failed, an attempt was made
to obtain the passage of a law for suspend?
ing legal proceedings against debtors on
the pica of tho embargo. Animated de?
bate took place, which resulted in a vote,
carried by a largo majority, 'that legisla?
tive interference was not" exp?dient.' In
consequence thereof, tho courts were kept
open and justice administered throughout
tho whole period ot thu embargo, upwards
of fourteen months, withont any impedi?
ment, either from the courts, tho L?gisla?
ture or the people." 5
PARLOR ftfrATey ? 3
SOLU to tho TRAUE CHEAPER than
anv other Match of the kimi in market.
Sept" 5 2mo CALNAN & KREUUER.
^nC^Bfc WILL resume t he exercises of
^flkaESfhcr SCHOOL on MONDAY, thc
JPS^ 17th September, at the Luthc
WBr ran Lecture Room. Sept !? G
FEMALE SCHOOL! ~~
^f^_ THE second I erm or Mrs. G.
//3ML f. MASON SFEMALESCHOI ?L
<uP!d?5u^ will commence its ACADEMIC
^EQKiSEXERCISES on thc THIRD
JgjHgr MONDAY in September, 17th
inst. For terms and circular,
apply at her residence, on Suiatcr street.
South of Lumber. Sept 2 12*
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
COLUMBEA, S. C..
WILE take RISKS at fair rate* on PRO?
PERTY, in the following responsible
companh s. viz:
Metropolitan Company, New York.
Capital ?1,000,000. Surplus ?645,000.
Continental Company, New York.
Capital ?500,000. . . Surplus ?1,032,000.
[This company has the largest surplus,
and its block rates higher than any other
insurance company in N"w York. 1
National Pire and Marine Insurance
Company, New Orleans.
Capital ?500,000. Surplus S10.000.
Baltic Fire Insurance Company,
Capital ?200,000.Surplus S47,O00.
North American Fire Insurance Com?
pany, Hartford, Ct.
Capital ?3?0.1KK). .Surplus S98,(!(?0.
These companies have nil been licensed
bv thc t lompt roller-* ?enera] of the S! ate of
Smith Carolina. GIBBES A- HUGGINS,
Sept 0 Insurance Agents.
OILS! QJOLSl OILS!
I?7r. have accepti d thc agency from thc
W largest factory in New York, andar?
now receiving, and ?ill constantly keep on
Extra EtiL ?: j OIL.
Transpavent Car Axle OIL.
Signal or H< ad Light "
Natural Wini- r Sperm "
Extra " " "
No. i Tanners'
Wc will .-.ll the above good-:.; NEW
YORK PitTt LS, adding freights univ.
JAN NEY A TOLLKS?N,
Aug 21 Columbia, S. C.
R\ & W?M GOODS!
"\\n. are receiving this dav, ria the
Vf Emilv ll. Soucier, front New York, a
large stock "of GOODS, purchased forcaah, 1
to which we invite the special attention ol !
j Hl?" holies and in?-rehants, as wc will sell '
CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
SOO pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Iii 1 np and Lme? Lawns, soft finish.
( Fimbrie, Jaconet:,.
Plain and striped S i\iss.
Plaid and Tape Checks, Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Robinet.
Tancions, Silk Robinet for Wils.
White, Colored and black Kid Gloves.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladies'',
Gent's, Misses and Boys, from common to
best regular makes, all sizes.
Drown and Bleached Damask-, Crash.
Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels -cheap.
1 ?erage and Grenadine for Veils, all cob .rs
Infants' Robes, Piano ami Table Covers.
Lace Curtain.-). Pillow-case Linen.
s-4 to 11-4 Cotton Sheeting.
Mosambhiuo, Silk Poplins, Lenos.
Berage, Chambra, Pocols.
Fat.ey Lawns, Huckaback Diapi r.
Ki>l and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of all descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, Lisle and Thread Edg?
ings, lusortings. Balancines.
Toilet guilts, llibbons and Notions.
Bombazines, 6-4 Black DeLaine.
B-l Black and White Borage, for shawls. '
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid ami Soft Finished Cambric.-.,
j White and Colored Brilliants.
I Trail Hoop Skirts.
j Embroid'd and Linen Cu?n* and Collars.
i Corsets, Fr? neb Fans.
I 2?MI pieces Bleached Shirtings.
I :>."> .. s-p) and ll Qr. sheetings.
i bab's 3-4, 7-a and 1-4 Shirtings.
? A large and boautifullot of Sea-sides and
Sun-downs; together with many other
j goods to.? numerous to mention all ?d'
which will be sohl very cheap.
July 15 TOLLESON A .TANNEY.
' PC f\P'?XES TOBACCO choice grades.
, 0\f in " low
! 10,000 SEGARS genuine Kio Hondo.
5,000 .. low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS S to 12.
lit baskets Heidsiek Champagne.
I 50 doz. Madeira. Port, Sherry and Gian t
ln doz. Lemon Svrap.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BRANDY,
le bbls. bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Corn
50 bbl?. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common brown Sugars.
2"> bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herrings.
.TANN EY & TOLLESON.
SALEIS JEANS !
AT retail or liv tlio piece, by the agent?,
FISHER .t LOWRANCE.
FRESH GODSFTBY BI TTER !
ONE HUNDIIED lbs. just received, and
arrangements complete for a regular
supply of MOUNTAIN BUTTER l>y Ex
?>res?, which wuwill sell as low as thc" mar?
tel will afford.
_ Sept 13 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
\~,m PAIRS MS W ROOTS!
COMPRISING a complete assort?
ment, of desirable styles, ai low
prices. For sale by
Sept (5 FISHER LOWRANCE.
PAINTS, af sorted colors.
Tanners' and Machine Oil.
. Belting. ?Vc.
And goods dailvarriving undofiisreil low ev
FTSliEll & LOWRANCE.
WA LEA ft LE VASTlXttS, ?ir.
In short, a complete stock of HARD?
WARE and GROCERIES, to whieh we in?
vite the. attention of cash buyers.
Sept? FISHER .v LOWRANCE.
I710R BED HUGS.
^ For RATS and MICE.
For 1 ICU and HUMORS.
For TOOriiA.CHE. At
FISHER .V I ll, IN FISH'S, Drnggfkti
Elegant Teilet Extracts for
IO W'S GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
j Lubin's Ocntiino Extracts,
(?erman Cologne Water. ?
F.legaut French Soaps.
Powdar Puff- and Box, a.
Rose Teilst Powder.
Lily White ami Tablet; .
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER ?? HEINITSH'S,
An g 10 Pharmacists.
I71?Rmarking linen. At
* FISHER ?v HEINITSH'S,
.Inly 7 Druggists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! I
VNY ono may make a beautiful picturo
witii only a fi iv drops of wat? r, and
m.ik?- your own albums m pre tty Pictures
at lit tlc cost. F >r sale bv
FISHER .V 1 [EIN ITS H, Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
A NOTHERlarge supply of PONTOONS;
J\_ SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. Tho
great medicino lor worms. Over 2,800 have
been sold in less than two months, and
millions, of worms destroyed. If vour
children have worms, go to Fishor ?V ilein
itsli's and get a box.
FISHER A IlEINTTSn, Pharmacists.
Hear the Voice of the People!
[HAVE tried vour GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well ph ased with
the-result. Sund ino $5 worth by express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good for all diseases to w hich horse is
subject. A valuable medicine. No one
should be without it. For sale by
FISHER ?V HEINITSH,
July 12 Druggists.
\rrONDEKFUL EFFECT ?-f only one
W bottle. Copv of a letter: 'T have
os. d only hair a bottle of Queen's Delight
id Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions ?d'
the skin and itching humor ot the blood,
which annoyed nie very much. 1 am en?
tirely cured. I think vour medicine a valu?
able one. F. W. C."
For salo by Fisill ?: \ HEINITSH.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
ITIOU making LEMONADE. Fut in bot
1 tics; 25 cents each. At
FISHER* HEINITSH'S. Druggists.
The Fair Face of a Eaautiful Woman
IS tho admiration of every one. Noone
possessing this rich gift aud attribute
. of health anl attraction would exchange it
. for tho wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many suffer their s\io t > become rough
with spots mid pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the face. The Cllt
CASStAN BLOOM removes all snots ned
blemishes, (KU, freckles, pimples, blotches,
and impartit a beautiful complexion, so
at t ?active in wi ?man.
> For sale by druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agents.
.TOnSM. MARIS ,v i u.. Philad'a.
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
ri^o insure the comfort of "maure's sweet
X restorer," get a bottle ol' tho "BED
RL'O DESTBOi >'dt." lt destroys them in
stsntlv. At FISHER ?X HEINITSH'S,
! July" 7 Druggists.
By t&e Gornn?ssioners Appointed bv
Materials, Tools, Sec.,
AT public auction, at tho Stato Military
Works, Greenville, S. C., beginning on
WEDNESDAY, 17th October, 180??, consist?
ing of :
2 Steam Engines-one 25 and ono 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.
Wiro Drawing Machines.
Bellows, Machine Blowers, Portable
All descriptions of Gun Machinery.
Wood and Iron Planing Machines.
Jxather Belting, Rubber Belting.
Flasks, Patterns, Pouches, Wrenches,
Several hundred gross Iron and Brass
:$oo doz. Files and Rasps.
2,500 lbs. Cast and Spring Steel.
14,000 lbs. Swedes and American Iron.
500 cords Pino Wood, Coke.
Brass and Iron Trimmings and Filings.
5b" pair Window Sashes.
Corn Mills, Hand Screws, Wagen Wheels.
Planes, Angers, Braces and Bits.
Stoves and Pipes, Fire Brick.
And numberless other articles.
All these aro in large numbers and quan?
tities, and constitute a stock of Machinery,
Ac, Mich as is seldom offered.
A catalogue, of sixteen pages, has been
printed, containing a general description
of the Stock, which may be had on appli?
cation by mail to the Secretary.
mr Terms cash, or a note at sixty dava,
with approved security, bearing interest,
! at option of the purchaser.
For further information, apply to
C. J- ELFORD,
Sec'y to Commissioners State Works,
Scot 7 fO Greenville, S. C.
Auction and Commission.
TIT T. WALTER, having purchased tho
V\ . interest of F. E. DURBEC in tho
Auction and Commission Business, l>?gs to
inform the citizens that he will continue
thc business at the old stand, where hu will
bc 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 ftuSmo W. T. WALTER.
i A LMOST etpiai to Hams.
t A Aug M JOHN C. SEEGERS fi CO.
! BALTIMORE LAGER BEER.
BBLS. bv Express.
Aug 80-JOHN C. SEEGERS A- CO.
r* nOSiTETTEB'S BITTEIIS^.
^?H!^?^ Perry Davin* Pa?'n"??lier.
Ilooiland's German Bitters.
Sandford** Liver Invigorate!-.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
? Opium, Dine Mass,
i Concentrated Lye.
j Castor Oil.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
I Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
I White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
! Together with a large assortment of
. such articles aa arc generallv kept in lirst
:' lass drug stores. DR. C. "ll. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
FOH cementing Glass, China, Ac. For
sale at DB. C. H. MIOT'S
Jilly G Drug Store.
I SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
j A SUPPLY just received by express, at
: j\. Dit. C. H. MIOT'S
July 6_ Drug Store.
Jfk Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
ft HIE bitterness of the Calisaya and tho
_L nauseous inkiness of the iron, which
have so often rendered these estimable
tonics repulsive to delicate stomachs, aro
entirely overcome by being skillfully blend?
ed Into a delightful cordial, pleasant to the
taste, acceptable to tho stomach and invi?
gorating to the svstem. F'or sale at
July G Du. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
QUINI NE !
"1 f\i\ 0/- QUININE, received THIS
Xv"VJ DAY bv National Express at
June 20 " MIOT'S DRUGSTORE^
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sale,
at MIOT'S DRUG STOKE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE case CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOT'S DRUG SPORE.
j Worm Confection.
AFRESH SUPPLY of the above at
June 2*.) MIOT'S DRUG STOKE.
?pping's Sarsaparilla and Queen's De
1 light. For sale at
i July 17 Da. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store,
j ? CST RECEIVED tit
! .* Aug 25 J. C. SEEGERS A CO'S.