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LIVERPOOL* Fri?av/Soplo?nber 14
-Cotton market steady,s at unchanged
rate?. The brokers' c ircalar report? sal
r.f 70,000 bales for tkewask wlf?\l*W up?
lands quoted at 13d. Er?ii?ii^ apd pr^.
visions unchanged. ' ' i5' ,
Consola 88. Five-twenties firmer, and
quoted at T8. - vj i
PAnts, Friday, September IL-The Jt?bw?
fear states Abat -HsaimUiah hud named
Cen. Osmond as Minister of War, to reside
in France; bui bia military reports to his
own i iiaAawy bern?- inoOmp?ttble with-the
graiit-atttfaovity for Osmond's ?tee?ptance. J
BEP.I.IN-, Septemher LL-Tho Prussian
Chamber of Deputies hns v< led an electo?
ral law and parliament for Saxony.
Beaux? September 13.--Nego nations be
t ween Pruaaia and SP--ony make ?low pro?
gress. It ia said that Prussia domsnoe the
taking of the oath of loyalty to herself by,
the Saxon troops. The payment of $10,
000,000 as indemnity to Prussia for ex?
penses of Ike war, and the right to garri
Mon the fortress at Koningatcin and the I
cities of Dresden and Lcipsic.
BERLIN, September IL-Doubt baviag
been expressed of the passage of tho bul
inthorizing the .bing to make ft loan for
liquidation of the late war expenses, it is
announced, on what may be considered
semi-official authority, that should the bill
bo rejected, the Chamber Of Deputies w?l
be dissolved by a royal decree.
. >IsaimW?* ?Vom 'Mexico.
NEW Yor.K, September 15.-The Herald's
City of Mexico correspondence, of tho 1st
inst., sara the criais of tim Empire baal
. viilcritly arrived, judging from the teas of |
the French and Mexican Imperial press,
and the combined movements of the Li be?
rala for an attack upon tho very scat of ]
Maximilian's powe". The Imperialists
t hemselves now look imploringly to the
United States to take charge of thu desti?
nies of the nation.
Ouyamas, Mazatlan and San Luis Potosi
aro reported evacuated by tho Frenoh.
Marshal Bazaine is reported to ho in the
City of Mexico.
H A uuisncno^ September 15.-Seward ar?
rived hece'last^aighr, Wrtti-every' 5-ytnptotn
of a violent attack of cholera. ' He was too
ill to be removed, and remained in the car
all night.' He is reported better this morn?
ing, and left in thc train for Washington.
PHILADELPHIA, September lb- By the
accident arJrthnstown, twelre wer? crushed
to death and ninety wounded.
Tho New York Herald has a despatch,
which says'that Secretary Seward is se
rionsly ill and his condition "precarious; Ho
passed a batfmllit^ L * . - * -
NEW YOBK, September 14.-The Herald's
Canada correspondence says t here id no j
abatement fn t?? excitement concerning
tho Fenians.' It id also said that thc Cana?
dians arc organizing in squads to make
raids on the American'h?rdor towns, in re?
venge for Fenian raids upon Canada.,
The World makes the exciting announce?
ment that mur regiments .of negroes are
being organised in this'city, and that Afri?
can Loyal Leagues arc organizing and
being armed in every ward. Tho soldiers
are being instructed In drill, ?c., by Col.
H awkiiis. The Herid asks, are we to have
n taste of San Domingo?
WASBTWOTOV, September 13.-Secretary
Seward arrived here at 2 o'clock, on a
special train from Harrisburg. Since his
arrival he baa been gradually improving,
and strong hopes arc entertained of his
entire recovery ta a few days.
The President arrived to-night, being
delayed by the ovation which the people
of Baltimore insisted on paying him.
Tens of thousands flocked around 'hi?
there, and would take no refusal. Avast
concourse of persona awaited for hours
tho President's arrival at the railroad de?
pot here. He waa escorted to the City
Hall and subsequently to the White House,
nol withstanding lt was long after night?
fall. The procession which marched up tho
avenue wa? very large, consist in g of the
in iii t arv, marine corps, Mayor and Com?
mon Council, firemen, departmental aud
civil bodies. Tbs demonstratio;' was very
imposing, and' the President was greeted j
with great electing1 by ttl* thousands that j
thronged Pennsylvania avenue.
George Ashman, Esq., chairman of the j
convention that nominated Mr. Lincoln, ia
I860, bas bcon tendered the position of
collector of customs at Boston, Mam., vice
Hannibal Hamlin, resigned.
Gen. S way ne telegraphed from Alabama
that tho report of the sale of negroes ta
ilark County, in that State, is untrue.
Tho President sent $500 to the sufferers
hy tho accident at Johnstown, Pa.
M artet Reporta.
NEW YOBK, September 15--Noon.-Gold
?il.j. Exchange duh-sixty day? li; eight
8i. Cotton firm- uplands 9B& Orleans 85}
-.^30. Flour drooping. Wheat dull, and
?c. lower. Polk quiet, at 833.50. Lard
7 P. M.-Cotton firm, with sales of 1,500 j
hales-middlings 33$@36. Southern flour
dull and drooping. Wheat dull, and 2?3c.
lower. Pork quiet and tinner, at 833.20.
bard heavy,st t7?20. Gold 144j.
MOBILE, September 15.-Cotton sales to?
day 400 bales-middlings 30? ll. Market
Mteady, and no demand for bettor grades. -
NEW 0--.CJU.KS, September IS.-Cotton
sales 950 bales. Low middling, 33?S4o. j
New York exchange, Y&i premium. Ster
TM? *res&4?K|*a Tow.
OM BOAS? OF SI-EOTAL TSAIX, September
1.-We left Indianapoks this a. m. by spe?
cial train, at SJ o'clock. Tbs riot of last
night waa a a?rions ona, sad all the jour
??I? of this ?wdWftMW jfUtdBkttab?
?ncc ..*? - - ' . - - ?. - ;
-?'ho Jcnti fuu naym "Had ?ach ft scone
Seton anticipated, tile most strenuous ef?
forts womdnsre been made by Union citi?
zens to prevent it; but in su?a a mass ?nd
?m there was no possibility of doing any
tog with the excited people after the up?
S The, Herald 8?ys: It is evident the ?rbole
ffeing was preconcerted, rmuors of a dis?
turbance having "been.rifo throughout the
The J finia' mistakes when it says the
President, pretending to bo alarmed for
his personal safety, sent for a guard of
soldiers to keep watch during tho night.
The city is very quiet thia morning.
A largo croad assembled, this morning,
to-front of tho Bates House, to hear the
Pr?sident speak. Gen. Grant-was absent,
*Cnu the cites were entmisiaeHe for him.
Afjor breakfast, the President appeared on
t|tO balcony and spoke ss follows;
FELtow-cmZENS, OF INDIANA: YOU will
please accept - my cordial thanks for the
welcome given "me by tho loyal and
patriotic citizens hero to-day. I have
been toiliug sinco the .diffieaRy com?
menced, to preserve the union of these
Stales, and see that thc Constitution was !
enforced. - So far, we have succeeded.
Let tba Constitution be our guide and
?Int form. (Cheers.] This is our league,
t is unnecessary to form other leagues for
the preservation of this Government.
Standers and misrepresentations have gone
in advance of us, or spread over the coun?
try, that usurpations have been exercised
by thc Executive Department of .the Go?
vernment; but let me say that whatever
powcr^trtoi exereised?iaR been in your be*
calf. The veto power has been exercised
Cor the purpose of checking the improvi?
dent, hasty and unconstitutional legisla?
tion; and let me say, in parting, that I
have always placed my hopes and con?
dence in thc integrity and intelligence of
tho American people."
Secretary Soward was then introduced,
and made a short speech.
The chee.-s having subsided, loud de
mands for Mr. Soward arose. The Secre?
tary of State appeared and made a speech,
going over nearly tho same ground as the
former ones. Tho vorlege then formed into
line and proceeded to tho station, escorted
by a large delegation of citizens.
Pauses wore made at Franklin and Edin?
boro. The distinguished gentlemen of
th? party were introduced successively.
Arrived at Columbus at ll o'clock, and
made a stop of fifteen minutes, Several
hundred people were assembled, and can?
non announced the arrivai. After the
usual introductions by Mr. Hagan, wno
accorapauics us, the President thanked
the people, and referred them to his public
acts for a manifestation of principles be
?et maintained and tried to support. The
louisville delegation has accompanied the
party from Indianapolis.
- The train arrived at Jefferson ville, on
the North batik of the Ohio, opposite Lou?
isville, at 2.30 p. m. A very warm welcome
here greeted toe President's party, which
'marched from the depot under an arch
beautifully gilded with an inscription ol
'jSpvKXJJJS4H, September H.-The Fre d
deutial party arrived here about 4 o'clock,
and spent half au hour riding through thc
streets in a orocession. The cortege stop?
ped at thc Willard Hotel, where a stand,
suitably designed, bad been erected iii
front, ?nd a large concourse had congre?
gated long before, to witness the distin?
guished arrivals, and to hear the speeches
Which it was expected would be made or
thc occasion. The 2d United States Begu
lars received the parry at tho ferry wi-, H rf
and escorted thea? through thc city.
Tho enthusiasm was very great. Tin
city was elad with tue stnrs und stripes a?
on a national holiday, and the glory o;' th?
occasion was not at all decreased' by tin
bright faces^of many beautiful ladies ob
serving thc pageant. The scene was enli
vened by a might sun, which has not ap
neared before for a day or two. Arrivinj
at the stand, Hon. james Guthrie wei
corned tho President. His Excellency rc
?ponded appropriately, tnd wm? follower
I?by Secretary Seward. Tho crowd then di
persed, and" tho party repaired to the Lou
I tsvtfle Hotel, where a tine banquet ha
I beeta provided by the hospitable citizens c
?G? WOOD OB. COAL
JUST received, a small lot 1
! COOKING STOVES, of different pat
' Smm terns, which wilt be sold at Kn
PRICES for cash, at
J. W. SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Sept 13 C Opposite Pari;.
PASSENGERS by the South Carolir
and Wilmington and Manchester trail
cnn get BREAKFAST at Kingsville on an
after the 2d inst. C. A. SCOTT.
PAUL?D MATCH !
SOLD to the TRADE CHEAPER tba
anv other Match of the kind in marke
Sept" 5 gmo CALNAN A K REUBE Tl.
ENGLtSH-nnd TYoncb, of superior on
litv, at E. POELA RD'S.
^ Sept"2 inth.6
SUPERFINE BLACK POMADE, in st iel;
especially adapted to improve ai
?beautify tho growth and color of whiske
and mustaches. At E. POLLARD'S.
_Sept 2 _m thc?
AFEW dozen inst received af
Sept 2 mthO* E. POLLARD'S.
OIX.S! OILS! OIX.&
WE have accepted the agency from tl
largest factory in New York, and a
now receiving, and will constantly keep 1
Extra Eugine OIL.
Transparent Car Axle OIL.
Signaler Head light '
Saturai Wiuter Sperm "
No. 1 Tanners'
?We ?will sell the above goods at SF
YORK PKIOES, adding freights only.
^ .TANNEY A TOLLES ON,
"Aug 21 Columbia, S. C.
?%f\ BBLS. bv Expross.
^V/Aug 30 JOHN 0. BEEPERS A CO
? Lemons! Lemons!
TLST RECEIVED ai
mm Angas_j. c. SEEGERS A CO-*
ENUINE SPANISH SMOKING T
\JC BACCO, from the T^actorv or .Tn
Aug 18 JOHN C. SEEGBRfe A CO
Tagidatnre of tonta Cagoliaa. !
VrUtor* September 14, ISM.
SENATE. * ,
The Sonate met at ll a. m.
The bill giving authority to the City
Council of Charleston to proceed in the
matter of a Ara loan, with a view to aid in
building up tho city anew, was read m
third time and ita title changed to an Act.
Mesara. Sullivan, Wilhams, Tracy, Hemp
hill and Thomson submitted reports of
The report of the special committee on
BO much of the Governor's Message No. 1
as relates to procuring supplies of food
and enlarging the powers of the Commis?
sioners of the Poor,-was discussed.
Mr. Townsend offared a resolution, which
"was agreed to, that a joint committee, to
be composed of two members of tho Se?
nate and three members of the Houso, bo
appointed, to provide, if possible, mutable
places for the meeting of tho two Housea
of tho General Assembly, at tho next ses?
sion, and that they report to this Legisla?
ture with as little delay as possible.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho House mot at 10 a. m.
Messrs. Shaw, Hammett, fttackhouso.
Sally and D. W. Aiken submitted report H
Mr. Barker introduced the following re?
solutions, which wero referred to tho Com?
mit too on Federal Relations:
Resolved, by the Senate and house of
Representatives, note met and silting in (lim?
erai Assembly, That tho President of tho
United States be requested to send official
notice to the military commanders in
South Carolina of tho fact that tko war is
Resolved, That tho President bo also re?
quested to order tho discontinuance of
provost courts in South Carolina, and that
the jurisdiction of military courts ho con?
fined to the limits prescribed by the Rules
and Articles of War.
Resolved, That his Exe*, heney the Go?
vernor bo requested to com manicato tho
foregoing resolutions to his Excellency the
President of tho United States.
Mr. Lord introduced a bill to provide fur
thc resumption of specie payments by the
banks of this State, or for their dissolu?
Mr. Unison introduced a hill to obviate
thc necessity of a multiplicity of suits to
ascertain the real consideration of eon
tracts made between January 1. 1S?V2, and
May 15, 1805.
Mr. MuUins introduced a hill to provide
for thc drawing of juries for the ne\t term
of the Court of C imraon Picas and General
Sessions for Darlington District.
A message was received from the So?
nnt", informing the Ilouso that Messrs.
Townsend, Frierson and Arthur had l>e< u
appointed a committee of throe on thc
part of the Senate, to mature a plan foi
organizing and establishing a college, oi
some other institution, in conformity h
the requirements of the Act of Congress
"donating public lauds to the severa!
States and Territories, which mav provhb
colleges for the benefit of agriculture HT..
tho mechanic arts," and requests the ap
pointmeut of a committee, consisting o
four members of your House, to act witl
the committee of the Senate; and that thej
be instructed to report nt the annual sos
sion of tho General Assembly.
Messrs. Cok< r, Hagood, Haskell and T
P. Mikell were appointed the House com
A message was received from tho Se
nato, refusing to concur in tho resolutioi
from tho House, "requesting railroad com
panics to reduce their fare for rofugoes.
Tho bill to relieve thc pecuniary distres
of tho inhabitants of this State, was mail
thc special order of tho day for Wcdno?
da;.'. 28th dav November next, at 1 p. m.
After the discussion of several import-ui
bills, tho House adjourned.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS!
"VTTE are receiving this day, cia tl
! VT Emily B. Souder, from New York,
large stock of GOODS, purchased Toreas
to which we invite the special attention
? thc ladies and merchants, as wo will r>i
I CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
! 800 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
j Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finish.
J Plain and Striped S A iss.
I Plaid and Tape Checks, Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Bobinet.
Tarletons, S?k Bobinct for Veils.
White, Colored and Black Kid Gloves.
? Largo stock of Hosiery, for Lad ie
i Gent's, Misses and Boys, from common
: best regular makes, all sizes.
! Brown and Bleached Damasks, Crash.
', Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels- chea}
Beragc and Grenadine for Veils, all cole
Infants' Rolies, Piano and Table Covoi
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
! S-4 to 11-1 Cotton Sheeting.
Mos ambique, S?k Poplins, Le?os.
Be rage. Chambra, Pecols.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
, Kid and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of all description
I Cambric, Swiss, Lisio and Thread Ed
ings, Insertings, Balancines.
I Toilet Quilts, Ribbons and Notion
Bombazines, 6-4 Black DeLainc.
j K-4 Black and White Borage, for shaw
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen (.'utT.i and C.dim
! Corsets, French Fans.
I ii(M) pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and -1-4 Shirtings.
1 A large and beautiful lot of Sea-sides a
Sun-downs; together with many ot!
' gooda too? numerous to mention all
which will bc sold very cheap.
July 15 TOLLESON A JANNEV
pr f\ BOXES TOBACCO choice grade
.J\f lu " " -low
10,000 SEO ARS -genuine Rio Hood...
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS -8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Chi
10 doz. Lomon Svrup.
Several cases of Old COGNAC BKA NI
10 bbls. Bourbon Whisker.
20 " Cora
50 bbls. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Silgar?-.
2 J bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herrin
JANNEY & TOLLESO
Cement and Plaster.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Loe!.
AFRESH SUPPLY of ROSENDA
CEMENT and CALCINED PLAST1
Jost received and for sale by
Sept 5 JOHN C. MAJ
Ct HAVING CREAM and SHAVING SO
O eight different kinds. At
8ept2mthG F. POLLARD'!
J 4 1 17 C_> A . _0 ! ?T? S
GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for salo, at
^tX%and BELOW COST, bis entire stock
^|S^ of HARDWARE, without reservo,
T ? ^consisting in part of tko following
Ames' Long anrlShoyt Ilnnd?o Shovels.
'" " " " " Manure
25 doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Kails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks-a general assortment.
Screws, Chisels and Augers.
Mill and Hand Files.
Hatchets, Hammers and Broad Axe.*.
Butt and Strap Hinges.
Trace Chains and Axle Crease.
Hollow-warc of all styles, Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver-Souse,
Sept G Gmo On Plain street.
Kook, .lob alni Newspanct
JULIAN A. SELBY. Proprietor.
THE DAILY PHOENIX
lr published overv morning, except Mon?
! day, and contains the LATEST NF.WS, by
Ltclegraph and mails, up t" thc hour of
[going to pres:;; Editorials, Correspondence
j from different points. Miscellaneous Read
: ?UL', Tales, l'.u ! rv, Sk? ?che,, .-te., etc., etc.
! THE TR EMLY l'HOMX
Contains, in every number, the reading
! matter (embracing tho latest news) of
TWO ISSUES nt thc daily, lt is published
every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
j Is published every Wednesday morning.
lit is tho desiri-, and will be tho object cd
; the Proprietor, to make this equal to, if
not the best, FAMILY NEWSPAPER in
the South, lu fact, RS ?la name indicates,
; Jk Home Companion.
Residen the collection of tho clean? of
j the news of the week, Political, Financial
i and th.- Markets, it will contain a large
: amount of LITERARY MATTER, such
choice Tal.-, sk.-t.-h.- and Poetry. It
will embrace EIGHT PAGES, containing
I FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS, is printed in ;i
! form to bind, and thus secures a faithful
r.-coid ?ind hi- tore of passing events
Our Juli OFFICE is follvHUpplietl with
all kinds ot WOOD and FANCY TYPE,
j CARDS, PAPER, COLORED INK, ETC.,
i ETC., and we are. fully prepared to execute
! promptly, and at moderate prie s, all
1 HAND-BILL'S. POSTFKs.
n LANKS. ETC
McLean's Strength'}; Cordial.
Panknin's Hepatic Hitters.
Plant at ido Bitter?.
Perry Davis" Pain Killer.
Hootiand's German )'.ittera.
SandfoVd's Tiver IiiTigftraior.
"White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Reed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a lar^e assortment of
such articles as are generally kept in lirst
rlass dru}; stores. DB. C. H. AlIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
FOU cementing Glass, China, Ac. For
sple at On. O. II. MIOT'S
Jnlyj: _ Drug Store. _
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
A SUPPLY just received bv express, at
J\_ DR. C. li. MlOTri
July fi Drag Btgrg;
A Pleasant Tonic
Fe rr (j-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
11HE bitterness of the Calisaya and the
. nauseous inkiness of the iron, which
Iis ve HO ot ten rendered these estimable
lonies repulsive to delicate stomachs, are
e ntirely overcome by being skillfully blend?
ed inti? a delightful cordial, pleasant to the
taste, acceptable to the stomach nnd invi?
gorating to the s vet cm. Fur nalo at
July ? DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
lilia oy- QUININE, vc
JU f\7 DAY bv National Express ai
June -2!) ' MIOT'S DRUG STOKE
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOB FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sale
JUICES DRUG STORE.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE ease CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOT'S DRUG STORE,
j July 15
A1S1I SUPPLY of the above at
"2y MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
I Epp'.ng's Sarsaparilla and Queen's De
I light. Pm- sale at
j July 17 Da. C. H. MK )T*S Drug Store.
j SALEM mkm i
i A '1 retail or bv the piece, by thc agents,
I A FISHER LOWRANCE.
?< pt l:i_x_.r
FRESH C0?TR? BITTER !
ONI'. HUNDRED lbs. inst received, and
arrangements complete for a regular
j supply of MOUNTAIN BUTTER by Ex
' press! which we will sell a> low astbe mar?
ket will afford.
Sept 13 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
j 1,500 PAIRS SHOES AM) BOOTS!
' ?fri COMPRISING a complete assort
I*I mont, of desirable styles, at low
IK prices. Fur sale by
: sept i; FISHER & LOWRANCE.
; VY PAINTS, assorted colors.
Tanners' and .Machine Oil.
1 And goods daily arriving and offered low by
j FTSHETt & LOWRANCE.
( f/A'.V. " XTS,
FLO ri:, <J irA i:.
S'AJLs, A \LK\
, SPM.\ (ts, SPOKES,
, LACKS. WHIPS.
EN AM'It < LOTUS, P.OLTs,
I CA PPETlXGS, SA IVS,
I THtAW'O KNIVES, AUG EUS,
M \ 1.KABLE CASTINGS, ?Pe.
In ?hort, a complete stock of HARD
i WARE and GBOCER1ES, to which we in
? vite the attention of ca?h buyers.
Sept t. FISHEB & LOWRANCE
Public Sale, to Foreclose Mortgage.
Wolfe rf: ITook ve. E. H. rf- J. E. Union.
?V purmiance of the above mortgage, 1
will ?oll, on MONDAY, the 24th matant,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. over the ?torc of Wolfe
A Hook, on Gervais Street, between Assem?
bly and Richardson, the entire contents of
the "DAILY AMERICAN PATRIOT Ol
FICE," including the Press, Printing Mu
Terms ca?b, in legal currency.
Sept IS S?M. GjglSEN. C. R. D.
J. J. McOarter,
If AS FOP. SALE A NEW STOCK OF
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS !
IN all tho Languages.
Also, a flue ranetv of Letter. Oap, i,o
ct' ' and Not? PAPERS.
BLANK BOOKS, LAW BLANKS, &c.
BIBLES, HYMN BOOKS.
Also, new Publications. At
Sept 8 _Opposite Lawyers' Range.
KAY & HEWE TS ON,
Arfhiteis and Civil Engineers.
COLUMBIA, 8, ?.
OFFICE North-west comm- or Ladv arid
Bull streets. May* 27
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
"VT TI LL take RISKS at fair rates on PRO
VY PERTY, in thc tollowing responsible
Metropolitan Company, New York.
CapitfJ *1,000,000. Surplus ?&t5,00o.
Continental Company, New York.
Capital $500,000..Surplus $1,032,000.
I This company bas the largest snrplu?.
and it? stock rates higher than any other
inniira.no? company in Nw York.]
National Fire and Marine Insurance
Company, New Orleans.
Capital f500,00Q.Surplus $40,000.
Baltic Fire ^Insurance Company.
Capital $200,000.Siurplus $47,000.
North American Fire Insurance Com .
party, Hartford, Ct.
Capital $300,000._Surplus $D8,tt?i?.
These companies have all be? ti licensed
by the Comptroller-General of the State of
South Carolina. < HBBES * HUGOTNH,
Sept 9 t9 Insurance Agents.
FOR BED BUGS.
Fer RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
For TOOTHACHE. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'8, Druggists.
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
LOWS GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
Lu bin's Genuine Extracts.
German Cologne Water.
Elegant French Soaps.
Powder Pud's and Boxci.
Rose Toilut Powder.
Lily White and Tablets.
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER ft HEINITHII'S,
Au? 1ft Pharmacists.
FOR marking linen. At
FISHER A ll ELK IT SHS,
July 7_ _ Druggists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC '. !
ANY'one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of water, aud
make your own albums ul pretty picture >
i at lit t?o coat. For sale by
FISHER tc HEINITSH. Pharmaci?ts.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER largo supplv of PONTOONS;
SUGAR PLUMS, ior worms. Tho
great medicine for worms. Over 2,800 have
been sold in leas than two months, am!
millions of worms destroyed. If your
children have worms, go to Fishor A Hein
itsh't; and ?jet a bos.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Hear the Voice of the People!
IHAYE tried vour GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well pleased wit i.
tho resulL Send in?' $5 worth hv express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good for all diseases to which horse <?*
subject. A valuable medicine. No ono
should Ix? without it. For Bale by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 12 _ _ Druggists.
WONDERFUL EFFECT or only on.
bottle. Copy of a letter: "1 have
used only half a bottle of Queen's Delight
jud Sarsaparilla Tor IMUIH aud ?ruptions ot'
thc skin and itching humor ot the blood,
which annoved mo very much. I am en?
tirely cured". I think yonrmedicino a valu?
able ono. - F. H. C."
For sale by FISHJBiLA ll KIN ITS li.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
FOR making LEMONADE. Put in IK.( -
t les; 25 cents each. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S. Druggist*.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. No ono
nossessing this rieh gift and attribute
of health and attraction would exchange u
for thc wealth of tho Indies. Yet how
manv suffer their skin to bef?me rough
with spots ard pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the 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 by druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO.. Pbilad'a.
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
TO insure the comfort of "nature's ?wee?
restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
BUG DESTROYER." It desU^ya them in?
stantly. At FTSERR A TiElNfTOrTS,
Julv'7 ' Drugi"??