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WA.sHiiPBTOH, September 18.-Gen. Baird
< baa been formally relieved of command of
the Department ol the Golf sad assigned
to duty m the Dopartment of the Lakes,
and ordered to report to Gen. Hooker.
CLEVELAND, OsflnMbar 18.-The Sol?
dier** and Saiiors' Convention waa or gan?
ged yesterday. Gea. Wool is temporary
Chairman. In the course of hi? remarks,
' he saM thc sooner Congreso admitted the
Southern representatives, the sooner will
, tte V*jr^jlff"> apprehensions of the peoplo
of the dangers which menace the coln try
and the perpetuity nf the Union. He said
the parpoaes of the radicals were to plnngo
Itu? country into civil war, if negro suffrage
_ waa not conceded by tho South, and leave
V the country a bowling wilderness, for want
of Moro victims to gratify their thirst of
revenge. But the war, he said, f-onld not
be confined to the South, but extend over
: tb? North, and only close with the over?
throw of the Government. He said that
Johnson was a patriot, and that tho bravo
are always merciful. With the President,
' he, too, said, "Wo have1 bad war enough.
Let ns have peace.** These sentiments
net with particular enthusiasm. The Con?
vention is largely attended, between 8,000
and 4,000 delegates being present. The
pa vi Ilion was crowded to its utmost, and
the proceedings harmonious.
NEW YORK, September 18.-Tho great
public demonstration, last evening, in
Union Square, in support of tho Presi?
dent's policy, was. attended by nearly 100,
000 persons. Gen. Dix, R. H. Pruyn, Hoff?
man, Senator McDougal and others, spoke.
It is rumored that 300 Fontana purpose
leaving Boston, to-morrow, for ? raid on
' some of tho Canada banks. President
Roberts is taking measures to stop the ex?
-" PHILADELPHIA, September 18.-Gov. Pol?
lock, director or the United- States Mint,
has resigned-not approving tho Presi
? dent's policy. Wm. Milward had previous?
ly been appointed hy the President to the
_ TUES TON, N. J., September 18.-Alex. G.
Catted has been elected United States
Senator-receiving the votos or all tho Ile
. publicans in each House; the Democrats
refusing to vote, they presented a protest,
4 declaring tho new law of election of a
United States Senator uncoils tito tiou al,
and also declared there was no vacancy.
They also condemn the United States
Senate in severe terms for depriving Mr.
MUjcktou oF nia vote, while being permitted
to retain his seat.
WASHINGTON, September 18.-During the
quarter ending JUDO-30,1886, the receipts
xrfgfcue Oovermnont from salas of public
lands, direct tax, internal revenue and in?
cidental sources, Wepe $129,040,702.67; from
loans, Ac, 192,392,330-making the total
receipts 321,4:13,092.67. Tito expend? lu res
I. (fe O. F.-Grand Lodge <>r the
^ United States.
BAJUTiMour., September 18.-Tho Grand
Lodge of the L O. O. F. of tho United
States, at its session to-day, elected the
following members as its officers, to serve
for the ensuing term of two years: Jame?
P. Sanders, or New York, M. W. Grand
- f?re; Edward D. Farnesworth, of Tennes?
see. R. W. Deputy Grand Siro; Joseph L
Ridgoly, of Maryland, R. W. Grand Secre?
tary; Joshua Vans ant, of Maryland, R. W
Grand Treasurer. Tho attendance is large
-nearly every State in tho Union and Ca
nada and the British Provinces being rep
' NEW YORK, September 18-Noon.-Ooh
15. Exchange quiet--sixty days 7f?S?
Cotton quiet and unchanged. Flour quio
and loss firm. Wheat quiet. Pork heavy
at $33.20. . Lard steady, at 17? 10*.
7 P. M.-Gold closed at 45. Cotton 1<31
higher-sales 5,000 bales; uplands, 35: Oi
leans, 37. Flour and wheat less fi rn:
Pork heavy, at 331. Sugar easier, at lOJfi
ll*. Turpentine, 65c<?00. Rosin, 3.75$
MOBILE, September 18.- Cotton sales tt
day 1,000 bales-middling 31@32; activ
demand, but little offering at quotations.
NEW ORLEANS, September 18.-The ne?
from cotton regions continues to report tl
injury to the crop serious and wide-sprea?
Cotton stiffer-salea to-day 1,900 bale
low middiing 33@34. Ooh! 145. Now Yoi
exchange ?@j premium.
Canadiern Fears of Fenian In-ruaiot
MONTREAL, September 13.-Tho Execi
tive Committoo sat four hours, yesterda
at the Capitol. Tho matters discuss,
were relative to the defence of the Mail
On Monday, a number of mon, thougl
to be Fenians, on tho Graud Trunk Ra
road going West, got oft* at the way st
tions at Cornwall, Matilda and Edward
burg, in threes and fours, and dispers,
in the towns. The attention of tho G
vt-rument has been called to the fact, as t
intention of the men is thought to bog
the firing of certain places, which is to ii
tiate the next attack upon the Province.
*OR WOOD OS COA)
JUST received, a small lot
/mmCOOKING STOVES, of different n
?Mnterns, which will bo sold at bo
REPRICES for cash, at
J. W. SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Sept 13 6 Opijoaito Park
VARIOUS brands-wholesale and ret
- -low for cash.
Sept ll JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
At Oie Sign of Ote Golden Pad-Lock.
JUST received, a large assortment
PMT0L8. embracing the most desi
ble made in this country.
A foll assortment of Powder, Shot, Ca
Cartridges, atc., and for sale cheap by
Aug 30 JOHN C. DIAI
Legisiatuv? of South Carolina.
The Senate met afc ll a. m.
The Houao sent to the Senate the fol
lowing House bills, which had keen read |
three times in the Houao and twice in tb?
Senate, viz: A bill to amend an Act en?
titled "Ah Act to make appropriations for
the year commencing in October, A. D.
1866V' a bill to incorporate tho Phonix
Fire Engine Company of Darlington: a bill
to declare valid the recent election for In?
tendant and Wardens in the town of Dar?
lington; a bill to legalize the. elections of
municipal officers of the towna of Moultrio
viUe and Honnt Pleasant.
The bills wera read a third timo and
their title? changed to Acta.
Slr. G. W. Williams presented the report
of Joseph Waiker, lor stationery furnished
at the present session for the Senate.
Messrs. Sullivan, McCn toben, Thom ?on,
Hemphill and Dozier submitted reports of
A bill to provide for the redemption of
bills receivable by this State received tho
second reading, was agreed to, and was
ordered to be returned to tho LI o uso of |
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at ll a. m.
A bill giving authority to the City Conn- 1
eil of Charleston to proceed in the matter
of a fire loan, with a view to aid in build?
ing up the city anew, and a bill to make
parties, plaintiffs and defendants, in all
.cases, competent to give testimony in such
cases in like manner aa other witnesses, ?
were severally read the third timo, and
their titles changed to Aets.
Messrs. Wsgner, Warley, Goodwyn, Lord,
Car hs le, Campboll and Richardson, jr.
submitted reports of committee.*.
The bills relative to testimony, liens and
imparlanccs, and lo raiso a fund for the
necessities of tho people, were discussed
till the hour of adjournment.
From "\V ii ? OS upton.
WASHTNOTON-, September 12.-A H pee i al
despatch to tho Publie Ijeihjer says Mr.
Mcculloch will have nothing to do with
the request of foreign banker? for t ho uso
of gold certificates, nor will he cousent to
tho salo of tho Government gold in tl
Treasury, or the amount daily received for
customs. Ho intends that in the future
the market shall be left to regulate itself
holding, meanwhile, tho opinion that tho
increasing receipt? from tho Pacific and
Atlantic shores will have tho effect of re?
ducing the premium on thu precious me?
tals quito a? rapidly as tho interests of tho
Government and the country ?hall re?
There can be no question that this in the
mont sound position Mr. Mcculloch could
take, for he will Und the larger his pile of
gold becomes the greater will be the confi?
dence, both at koine or abroad, in tho
financial strength of the Government and
its ability to moot all it? engagements, not
only at maturity, but prior toilet time,
should bo ?oe tit to do so.
There aro rumor? of a probable change Lij
the French Mission at an early day, purely
on tho principle of rotation. That tho pre?
sent representative, Hon. John Bigelow,
has proved himself an abb? ami capable
Minister, none will deny, bul a? he does
not cordially approve the Executive policy,
a Minister must bu found who will. The
senior editor oT tho New York Thin s is
understood to bo laboring hard for a resi?
dence at thc French Court; but with what
success remain? to bo seen.
THE MISSES MARTIN will
resume tho exercises of their
|SCHOOli on MONDAY, Octo
sber 1, 1866.
Terms per quarter, $12; Pri?
mary Classe?, flt) payable in
advance. For tho Classics, Freuen, Music
and Drawing, terni? as usual.
Sept 5_ w i
QENUINE SWEDES and ENGLISH
IRON all size?.
AXES, tee., in full supply.
Rodger?', Wostonholni'a and Alexander's
PIATE i ? SPOONS FORKS. ,
Ivory-h .milo TABLE KNIVES.
CARVERS and FORKS, Ac.
Bolting Cloths and Belting.
Sifters, by the dozen or at retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
RYE! RYE!! RYE!!!
150 bushels SEED RYE.
100 sacks SALT.
400 bushels OATS.
In ?tore and for ?ah; by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
I"PASSENGERS by the South Carolina
and Wilmington and Manchester t ram?
c? n get BREAKFAST at Kingsville on anti
after tho 2d inst. C. A. SCOTT.
VT A NI?
Doable Cooled Extra FAMILY FLOU lt.
? s?pt 16 JOHN C. 8KEGKKS A CO.
Kuropeatt Corr*?pmn?cncc MwraLr*
FAJOS, August si, 186?.
Tho Germanic Confederation, which last
fed Sfty-one year?, is no moro. Prussia is
BOW again On friendly terms with Austria,
Baden, Wurtemberg *nd taZle quenite; bat
; the people of these different countries do
not seem inclined to grasp the hand of the
haughty Hohenzollern with any degree of
cordiality. The inhabitants of eon fi scated
Hanover, Electoral Hesse Nassau and
Frankfort had no objection to become
German, but they decidedly object to being
Prussianized. Bismark will now hare to
face the obstinacy of the people, and tho
needle-gun has, perhaps, not yet dono its
Tho Prussian emissaries and officers atm
continue to mako themselves very unpo?
pular, especially in tho so-called free town
of Frankfort-on-tho-Mainc. The troops in
garrison hi tho city of tho Rothschilds cos!
the inhabitants 5,000 florins a day. Tho
pipes and cigars which have been provided
for the soldiers amount to tho sum of
125.000 florins. The good people of Frank?
fort are in a state bordering on madness,
in seeing their hardly earnetf florins disap?
pear in smoke.
It is hoped in France that the consc
2nonce of the tyranuy being exercised hi
terni an y by tho hated Prussians will bo a
call to their neighbors bovond tho Rhine
bj the oppressed sons of Fatherland, and
that some day or other, Napoleon III will
bu able to again demand what has been so
flatly refused him. It is known that with
a little patienco the Emperor got Nice and
Savoy, and as the French aro very fond of
laying flattering unctions to their souls,
they expect to get the long wishod frontiers
of the Rhine. However, the Prussian presa
has taken up the RbeniBh frontier question
with sumo warmth. The Jiadenxche. larul
Zeitung invites all good Germans to unite
in crushing tho Gallic, and have done with
hun forever. It says, "let us recollect that
Lorraine and Alsatia ouco belonged to us;
now is tho moment to snatch hack our
own." However, tho French press gives
tho German as good as it sends, and even
our generals lose no opportunity of having
a shot at our Prussian friends. Mar?
shal Reynault de St. .bar d'Anquily,
in addressing the Imperial Guards; a few
days ago, said, "Do not forget thc glorious
victories inscribed on your flag, amongst
others Zina, Austerlitz and Wagraiu."
There is no doubt but that this speech
waa intended for tho Franzosenpressemt,
or French man caters of Berlin.
Private accounts from Milan inform UH
that the young E apresa Charlotte was
very much upset on I.earing of tho sad in?
telligence from Mexico. When thc tiewr
first reached her, she expressed her inten?
tion of immediately returning to thal
country, to share the danger with her hus
baud. She was, however, prevailed npoi
to give up that project, and romain i:
! nropo, where abo can be of more us*
. ian in Mexico. She will remain ut Mira
mar for the present, where she will await
the definite anawer of the Emperor ol' tb?
French. The leave-taking between theil
Imperial Majesties, at. the Grand Hotel
was most cordial, and continua the re
ports that tho Empresa Chai lotti left Pari:
well satisliod with tho result ol bermissioi
We shall, no doubt, know moro about lb
Mexican embassy extraordinary after lin
next meeting, which will take place on tie
return of their Majesties from Biarritz am
from Miranta?, at about Ibo end ol' Geln
In Italy, Victor Emanuel, in order t
make the Pope feel inore comfortable lim
hodocs, haspardonod Mazzini,who is her,
believed t?. be the avowed enemy of CM r
monarch nd' i tho sun. However, tb
arch-agitator refuses to profit by Victo
Emanuel's polite intentions, and will cont
nue to plot in evil.
On tho 15tu of August, the fete of tl.
Emperor wa? celebrated with due pont]
At Home, Mons. Bernardie, in the aboem
of Cardinal Antoiu lli, expressed bis gi ai
rudo to tho Emperor for tho many yeal
of protection guaranteed to the Holy Se.
lie said be boped that thc oldest son of il
church would not ?bandon the bead el' tl
church in tho hour of trial.
The Roman Government seems ratlu
tardily inclined to grant a few reforms I
Hie people of the Pontifical States, ll
Hohne?? personally seonin little inclined
change the programme of non ?losmumi
and would rather retire to Malta -wiri?
has been offered to him by tho Englh
Government- - than remain in the Indy cit
where he will bo exposed to thc violence
tho emissaries of Mazzini.
News from the Eaat is of rather a scrioi
nature. The rising in Candia is rather <
the increase than decrease. Tho insurgen
have taken possession of tho prhicij
towns of tho island. There is a gre.;: d
?ire on tho part of the Cand?an? to pla
themselves under the Government of Kn
George of Greece, and to throw off t
hated Turkish Government; but the Oil
man Porte will never consent to give
ono of the brightost jewels in its crow
unless forced by superior powers.
There has been a revolt of Polish exil
at Iskhont, in Siberia, which was, howey i
of short duration, a? the Kassian soldi*
and officers succeeded in capturing t
ring-leaders, who wi ro most of thom i
Monsieur Tony Robert Henry, tho pail
er, and sou ot Robert Henry, thc Direct
of the French Academy of Fine Arts
Borne, has just received from tho Poli
Committee in Pari? a present ol a vi
beautifully inlaid paint box, as a proof
gratitude for the splendid picture exhil
ed by him this year at tho Union, wh
represented the massacre at Warsaw,
The Atlantic telegraph was a ninc-iL
wonder, and is looked upon now a? a tb
quite natural, and we now talk of noth:
les? than o> submarine railway betwi
F.ngland and France. There is also a \i
ieet of making a sea-port town, and
bringing the sea to Paris. This proj
will not, to l>e ?uro, be carried out by
time of the great exhibition; but i! willi
day bo (intuit accompli, for tho word im}
ni'?le is unknown to engineer? now-a-ds
Franco has just lo?t one of it? m
favorito dramatic authors, who has
year? enjoyed much popularity with
[?lay-going public of Pari?. Boger de l!i
voir is no more. Ho died of gout, tow!
he had l?ecn a martyr for many years,
well known author of "Le Chevallier di
Georges," wa? what is here called a vim
and often boasted that bo had in his '.
limo drank champagne to the amouu
? 80,000 fianc?. Ibo produce of tbe v
yards of ba Veuve Cliquot, Bun aid
Mort and Chandon have no doubt been
?ced? Which have produced the illness t
kept Hoger de Beauvoir a prisoner in
den, where ?ie spent Gio last years of
life, in the gay comp, lonship aft thc w
j masters of tho day. Some time back
commenced the publication of a work,
titled '-The Supping Men of my Time,'
death prevented his finishing bis w
which is full of-perhaps rather dn??el
descriptiono of thc sayings and doin;,
the wits of tho day.
A man named Moissart lately brm
an action before the civil tribunal of
Seine against the Omnibus Company,
claimed damages for injurie? RU H taine
him from a fall. When descending I
tho roof of on? of the vehicles, & sudden
fall caused him to lose his balance; he
came down heavily, and sustained internal
injuries. It was, however, proved that tho
plaintiff had not told tho conductor to
stop, as ho had a right to do; and the court
decided that Mois8art had no right to da?
We read tho following in JAX Gironde:
'?Last Monday, about 0 o'clock in tho morn?
ing, the lightning struck tho mast of a
small sloop-La Marje of Pamiilac-when
"Ci; the Island of cozoano. After having
struck the halyard, it matte two boles in
the sail, and toro off largo pieces of the
wood of tho mast. The electric fluid en?
tered tho cabin and discharged a double
barreled gun. Tho shot traversed the
panels, and tho owner of the boat, who
was at tho helm, was slight ly hit by several
of tho shots in tho knee and right hand,
but was not injured in any other way.
Tho now lioman money, winch bas been
coined at Taris, has been put in circulation
within tho last few days. Tho now money
(which has been coined in consequence of
tho recent adoption by tho Itoman Govern?
ment of tho trench monetary system! is
of the samo size and weight as the French.
Tho liva or 20 sous piece, is of silver, ami
bears on ono side the words "1 liva, 1804,"
and on the other tho figure of the reigning
Pontiff, with tho inscription, "Pius IX,
Pont max an XXL" The kilogramme (two
ponnds) of money-which is the weight of
200 pieces, of one franc each- contains 8.'J1
grammes of silver and 1;>3 grammes of
The Gironde newspaper relates that at
the last public sessions bold nt Bordeaux,
an old man of ono hnndrcd and three
years old, presented himself in answer to
a summons for having infringed ono of I
tho municipal laws of the Commune de
Eolancc. lu spite of his great age, tho
old gentleman was halo and hearty, and
refused the aid of a lawyer, being able, he
said, to defend himself. Tho trial lias,
however, been postponed until tho month
of October, the old gentleman having suc?
ceeded in proving that there was some
informality in tho summons taken out1
A letter from Chamouni, states that on
thc 22d day of August, three gentlemen
attempted to ascend Mont Blanc, without
tho aid of the guide. On the following
day, they were seem, by menus of a telo-1
scope, to slip and roll down for more than
two hundred yards in tho glaciers and one ?
of them alone was seen to ri gain his foot?
ing. A medical gentleman, accompanied
by several guides and a gens d'arme started
at once to the rescue of the unfortunate
excursionists. No further details have yet
Itel iel" lor tin- I'ruplr.
M less RS. Enrrons: Wo aro in a s-"fi of
trouble, arising out of the financial c >ndi
tion of (lie count ry; and various schemes
have bet-ii proposed to extricate us ironi
<>ur difficulties. Ail of these are objection'
abb-, because they ure only half-way mea
sures. Jt will not do io temporize -we
must meet the evil face to Taco, lt is use
less "to take t wo bites al a cherry."' The
billowing framo of an act is respectfully
submitted, as furnishing the io*/// satisfao- j
tory sohlt ?on nf our difficulties. If it shall j
bo .vlo?it. a, si..di probably bear no more
of repudiation, or of "haul hearted credi?
tors ami p. ?or but honest debtors." Let i
us puss tin's law, and end tho matter at
once and forever:
Au .Art tn ajford reli.f to debtors, nnd to I
precciU the twrriji'-e .?/ prujH'rty ,it pi?'??r
Sr..-.' I. />'-. IL cooled /../(/" Senate and
??..use of It^rrsrutatir.s, utan met and
siltinq io (.'..neral At-sein'ttit, amt h ?j antlior
ihj nt lu, .s- mw. Thal all Acts and" parts of
Acts at auv tino- heretofore passed by the
Genoral Assembly of this Slate, and all
Ordinances and paris of Ordinances pass?
ed by any Convention of the people of this
State, I"' and the same are hereby H
SKC.2. Thal the body ol law, t'iowti as
tin- common law. be and the Kami: is here?
by abolish, d.
":M . . 'Thai tho dominic is known ?is
tbe Constitution of the United States ami
ii. i'-institution of tho State of South Ca?
rolina, uro ll. iel.. . Lu-. I I.) bc Ho
force and effect within tho limbs ol tn...
St:'.-. 1. That tho lnw""h?roloforo known
as the Divine Law, be and ?be same is
SEC.*5. That the Judiciary Department
of the Gov. rnm. iit be and Ibo sante is
hereby abolished; and thc administration
of? public justice forever prohibited within
I the limits of this State.
1 Si..-. C.. Thal i! shall Hot bo competent
for any succeeding Legislature, or for any
'Convention of the people nf this State, t..
I repeal, alter or amend this Act.
! Sic 7. 'This Act shall bo a public Act,
and continue of force for fifty years.
Cement and Piaster.
a.- /.?.. So,., of the Golden l'vd-l.,.< k.
AFRESH SUPPLY ot ROSENDALE
CI..V F.NT and CALCIN I'd> PLASTER.
Just received and for sale by
Sept ."> JOHN C. DI VL.
rABLOB MATCH 1 I
SOLP ?o the THAI?!'. CHEAPER iban
anv other Match of tho kind in market.
Scpt52mo CALNAN \ KREUDF.R.
AT COST !
GENERAL STOCK OP
'I UK subscriber offers for sale, nt
^*?V&:uid BELOW C< ?ST, bis entire stock
^?CT"1 HARDWARE, without reserve,
* *>consisting iu par! of the following
Ames' Long and Short Hand:.- Shovel-..
ic t< <? ?. Manure
li? do/., genuine Collins' Aves.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Locket Cutlery.
Door Locks a gem ral assortment.
Screws, Chisels and Angers.
Mill ami Hand Files.
Hat chi ts, Hamnn rs ami broad Axes?.
Bull and Strap Hinges.
Trace Chains and Axle Gn a?e.
Hollow ware <>r all styles, ftc.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Sept C OHIO On Plain street.
/ 1 EN CINE SPANISH SMOKING TO
VJT BACCO, from the Factory or Juai
Aug is JOHN C. SEEGERS .\ CO.
OU.S! OXLSZ ?ELS!
"IXTE havo accepted the agency from the
? Y largest factory m Kew York, andwrc
now receiving, and will constantly keep oo
Extra Engine OIL.
Transparent Car Axle OIL.
Signal or Head Light "
Natural Winter ?Sperm "
Bleached ?? " "
Extra " ?? ?.
No, 1 Tanners' " "
We will Hell the above goods at NEW
YOEE PRICES, adding freights only.
JANNEY A TOLLE80N,
An g 21_Colombia, S. C.
HOSIERY & NOTION GOODS!
WE aro rocoiving thia day, via the
Emily B. Souder, from New Yofk, a
largo stock of GOODS, purchased for cash,
to which wc iuvito tho special attention of
the ladies and merchants, as we will sell
CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
:U)0 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finish.
Cambric, Jaconets. ^
Plain and Striped S ?viss.
Plaid and Tap? Checks, Itali Muslin.
Striped sud Dotted Robinet.
Tarleton*, Silk Bobine: for Veil?.
White, Colored and Black Kid Gloves.
Large stock <>r Hosiery, for Ladies*,
Gent'?, Mi?se? and Boy?, from common to
newt -regular makes, all size?..
Brown and Bleached Damask?, Crash.
Bus?ia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels cheap.
Borage and Grenadine for Veils, all colors
Infants* Bobes, Piano and Table Covers.
I .ace Curtain3, Pillow-case lamn.
8-4 toll-4 Cotton Sheeting.
Mosambiqnc, SUk Poplins, Lenos.
Borage. Chambra, Pecols.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle Gloves.
Prints, of all descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, Li?le and Thread Edg?
ings, Inserting*, Balancines.
Toilet Quilt?, Ribbons and Notions.
Bombazines, 0-4 Black DeLame.
8-4 Black and White Borage, for shawls.
Jacoifet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Kmbroid'd and Linen Cuff? and Collars.
Corals, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
2". " S-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bale* ?-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
A large and beautiful lot of Sea-sides and
Sun-downs; together with many othes
goods too numerous to mention-all of
which will b<! ?old verv cheap.
Jnly 15 TOLLESON A JANNEY. _
pr f\ BOXES TOBACCO -choice grade?.
*J\J 10 " -low
10,000 SEGA 1?S-genuine Rio Hondo.
5.000 " -low grades.
20 bale? COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
tn l.Askot? Heidsick Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port,Sherry and Claret
10 doz. Lemon Svrup.
Several ase? of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
1?) bb .. on Whiskey.
20 *. m "
50 bids. ? Sugars.
.j". ci. .em Brown Sugar?.
o"> bags Coffee.
HIM) boxes Sardines. 100 bose? Herrings.
J ANN KY Sc TOLLKSON.
D ru g s
11 ? ?STETTE1VS BITTERS.
McLean's Streugth'g Cordial.
.j- Pankina'* Hepatic Pitiers.
!. - ...>. Davis' Pain Killer.
Doorland'* German Ritter?. "
Bad way's Relief.
Sandford*? Liver Iuvigorator.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
F.psom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a largo assortment of
?neb articles a? are generally kept in first
class dru-?tores. DR. C. H. M IGT,
Sept I Druggist and Chemist.
?7>OR cementing Glass, China, Ac. For
1 salo at Du. C. H. MIOT'S
Jnl\ t; Drugstore.
SOLUBLE GUM DB0PS.
ASUPPLY just received bv express, at
Du. C. H. MIOTS
July C Drug Store^
A. Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
rilllE bitterness of tho Calisaya and tho
X nauseous inkiiic of the iron, which
have so often rendered these estimable
ionics repulsive to delicate stomachs, are
entirely overcome by being?kilU'i?ly blend?
ed into a delightful cordial, pleasant to the
taste, acceptable to tho stomach and invi?
gorating to the system. For ?ale at
July 6 Du. C. H. MIOTS Drag Store.
QU TN IN E !
I/WI 0/- QUININE, ree.-ived THIS
IA JU DAY by National Express at
J uno 20 " M l< >T'S DRUG STORE.
ON E ea?o TRIPLESUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WAT KR, received and for sale
at MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
ONE ca?o CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOTS fiRCG STORE.
July 15 _ ' /_
AFRESH SUPPLY of tho above at
June 20 MIOT S DRUG STORK.
Sar sap axilla.
A YER'S SARSAPARILLA.
XX, SAND'S " .
Epping'? Sarsaparilla and Queen ? DC
IL dit. For sale at
July 17 DR. C. H. MIOT S Drug Store.
WILL ?oil at bia mart, THJB MORNING
at 10 o'clock!"
5 bois. Floor, Wardrobe, Boroau Wash?
stands, Mahogany Sob, Chain. Rockera,
Lounge, Tables, Oyster Stand, Ice House.
Corn Md] Andirons, &?L Also, ibo remains
of a retail store, consisting of Seale?, But?
tons, Spices, Jcc.
AT ll o'cixioa,
A Store, SC feet by 16, on Picken* street,
wiU bo sold._Sept 19 1
Variety Sale, worthy Ote attention of pur?
By LEVIN & PELX0TT0.
ON TH?KSDAY MORNING next, at 10
o'clock, -we will seB, at our store,
A variety of fresh and desirable GOODS,
among which arc: Men's and Boys' Ano
Felt Hats, Boots, Shoes and Brogan?; Da
dies' fine White Hose, Gent's White and
Colored Half Hose, Linen Cambric Hand?
kerchiefs, do. Hem-stitcbod, Striped and
Plaid Muslins, Berages, Linen Diapers and
Toweling, Cr m bries. Spool Thread, Pearl
Battons, Coat and Vest Buttons, Combs,
Scissors, Soaps, Perfumery, Ac
Also, iroceries, consisting of Bourbon
Whiskey, Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine,
Lemon Syrups, Mackerel, canned Fish, as?
sorted, Raiams, Flour, kc.
AU of the above have been ordered for
sale without limit. Look out for bargains.
Sept 18_ *
Public Sale, to Foreclose Mortgage.
Wolfe <fc Hook v."..Ii. H. <? J. E. Britton.
?N pursuance of the above mortgage, I
will sell, un MONDAY, the 24th instant,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. over the store of Wolfe
A Hook, on Gervais street, between Assem?
bly and Bicharrisoo. the entire contents of
the "DAILY AMERICAN PATRIOT OF?
FICE," including the Press, Printing Ma?
Terms cash, in legal currency.
Sept 15_SAM. GREEN, C. R. D.
HORSE TAKE? Tjp.
? A BLACK BOY, who gives his
rY?S?~ name as PETER HAILY, was taken
r< jr 1 np. on Friday, the 7th ?patant, in
Columbia, S. C., having in bis possession
a BAY MARE, between four and five years
old. The boy states that he stole it from
the other side of the Savannah River. Hie
owner can recover the sama by applving to
J. ?. CLARK,
At Con garee Ferry, Columbia, 8. C.
Af Augusta OoTisi?tUionaU?t please copy
three times, and send bill to this office.
__S< pt 13_6*
R. JJ. B&YAHjfe
WITH ' .
J. J. McCarter,
HAS FOR SALE A NEW STOCK OF
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS !
IN ?di tho Languages.
Also, a fine variety of Better, Cap, De
gal and Note PAPERS.
BLANK BOOKS, LAW BLANKS, ftc.
BIBLES, HYMN BOOKS.
Also, new Publications. At
Sept S_Opposite Lawyers' Rango.
I710R BED BUGS.
! For RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
Vor TOOTHACHE. At
_FISHER ?V HEINTTSH'H, Druggists.
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
i the Handkerchief.
LOW'S GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
Lubin's Genuine Extracts.
German Cologne Water.
Elegant French Soaps.
Powder Puffs and Boxes.
Rose Toilwt Powder. *
Lily White and Tablets.
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER A HEINITSH's,
Aug 19 Pharmacists.
Xi^OR marking linen. At
X FLSHER A HEINrrSH'S,
.Tulv 7 Druggists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement !
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
AN Y one may make a beautiful picture
with only a few drops of water, and
make yopr own albums or pretty pictures
at little cost. For sale by
FISHER ft HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supply of PONTOONS;
SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. The
great medicine for worms. Over 2,800 have
been sold in less than two months, and
millions of worms destroyed. If your
children have worms, go to Fisher A Hein
itsh's and get a box.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Hear the Voice of the People!
IHAVE tried your GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well pleased with
the resnlt. Send mo ?5 worth by express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good for ail diseases to which boree is
subject. A valuable medicine. No ?ne
should bo without it. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 12 _Druggists.
WONDERFUL EFFECT of only oue
bottle. Copv of a lotter: "I have
used only half a bottle of Queen's Deli?: ' t
and Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions of
thc skin and itching humor ot the blood,
which annoyed mo very much. I am en?
tirely cured". I think your medicine a valu?
able one. E. W. C."
For sale by_FISHER A HEINTTS1L
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
FOR making LEMONADE. Put in bot?
tles: 25 cents each. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S. Druggists.
rhe Pair Pace of a Beautiful Woman
IS thc admiration of every one. No one
possessing this rich gift and at tributo
of health and attraction would exchange it
for the wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many suffer their skin to become rough
with spots tnd pimples, which mar the
beantv and bloom of the face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan. freckles, pimples, blotches,
and imparts ? beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For salo bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER & HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHNJLMARIS A CO^. Ph?ada^
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
TO mauro the comfort of "nature's s wet t
restorer," get a bottle of the n*-i?
H BUG DESTROYER."