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?riday Moniing, July 12, 1867.
Tkonu Frontil ?llcr^hor.
It has already been announced bj
telegraph that th?s| so-called Irish
patriot, who, having boen tabed to
the rank of Brigadier-General of
volunteers in the United States army,
was afterwards appointed Seoretary
of the Territory of Montana, was re*
contly drowned somewhere in that
Mr. Moagher wa*' born at Water
.ford, Ireland, on the 3d of August.
1823. At the . early age of twenty
three, he was regarded os one of tho
leaders of the "Yonng Ireland" party,
which seceded from the followers of
O'OonneL In 1848, he w.as one of
the delegates sent to congratulate the
'French republic. He took an active
part in the movements of the Young
Ireland party in 1848, was arrested
and sentenced to death The sen?
tence was'?ommuted to banishment
for life ta Van Dieman's Land, jtroni
which he escapocl, and landed in New
York in May, 1852.. He was rec?ived
by his countrymen with great enthu?
siasm. In 1861, he raised a company
and joined tho 69th Eegiment New
York State Militia, under Gen. Cor?
coran. He acted, as major at Bull
Ban, ?nd. After the return of the
regiment, he raised a brigade, and
was commissioned a Brigadier-Gene?
ral of volunteers February 3, 1862.
Some of our readers will recollect
the lately made General and Gover?
nor, when, on a leoturing tour, ho
paid Columbia a short visit. He was
well received and abundantly feted by j
some of his leading countrymen here;
they paid his hotel bill and got up an
Auditory to listen to his bombastic
lectures, gotten up after tho style of
O asian._. ^ _ ._
- -A Good Reconstruction Move.
It is stated, we know not on what
authority, that a prominent Con?
gressman, of the Bepublican party, is
in favor of adding a section to the
new reconstruction bill, providing for
a general amnesty for all who were
engaged in tho late rebellion.
If such a movement could be made
and proved successful, no better re?
construction measure could be adopt?
ed.- It ' would greatly facilitate the
work, for which purpose Congress is
now professedly met; and if that
body could so far lay aside partisan
strife and bitterness as to extend this
boon to the Southern people, it would
disarm what little opposition may
now be entertained against the recon?
struction measures, and shortly give
peace and prosperity to all sections of
the country; 'or the North, as well as
the South, would participate in tho
benefits, not only of a speedy recon?
struction, but of a restoration of
good feeling between tho people of
all sections of the country.
Francis W. Oddell, Esq., ex-Vice
Consul for H. B. M. at Shanghai, has
written a letter to Col. Aaron E.
Crenshaw, Matamoros, Moxico, as?
serting most positively that J. Wilkes
Booth is still alive, and that tho
United States Treasury has been
basely swindled out of $100,000 by
Col. Baker and his accomplices, in
palming off a spurious body upon
the Government for Booth and claim?
ing the reward.
Thc Mexican authorities having
refused the request of the command?
er of the Austrian frigate Elizabeth
for the body of Maximilian, we now
learn, per cable, that the Austrian
Government will immediately de?
spatch a fleet for tho body. Tho New
York Tribune observes:
"All the European Governments
show the most intenso excitement,
and it can hardly be doubted that,
but for tho United States, a now and
formidable combination of European
powers against tho republican Go?
vernment of Mexico would bo
- . , -
A MORMON BOW.-The Salt Luke
Videtie, of Juno 15, says:
On Saturday afternoon, Brigham
Young preached a lengthy sermon,
boldly and o|)euly announcing that
Amara Lyman, Orson Hyde and
Orson Pratt had apostatized, and
woro cut off from thc church. Orson
Hyde had boen chosen president of
twelve apostles last April. Pratt is
one of the twelve, and Lyman had
been one of tho apostles also. Young
was severe on Hyde, but particularly
so on Pratt. He denounced tho lat?
ter as an unbeliever, and is now in
possession of the devil.
Tho crops in Utah promise to be
better thau for five years.
We subjoin a correspondence b?^
tweon Oov. Orr and I>r. J. Marion
Sims, which shows that 4he tide of
benevolence , and generosity which
comes to our stricken State is not
affected by distance, wbile.it demon?
strates that the children of South
Carolina, wherever scattered on the
face of the earth, are not forgetful of
the filial ties which bind them to her,
especially in the hour of affliction
and adversity. Dr. Sims is a native
of Lancaster District, but has been,
for many years, a resident "of Paris:
His native District is, perhaps, one
of the severest sufferers in destitu?
tion of auy in tho State. The news
has been borne to this noble son,
across the Atlantic, and has met a
most generous response at his hands,
as the correspondence shows:
47 FAUBOUBO ST. HONOBE,
PABIS, May 30, 1867.
To His Excellency Gov. Orr. Columbia,
DEAR SIB: I have just read your
appeal for assistance for our starving
I nm a native of Lancaster District,
and would like to have tho enclosed
amount disbursed there as it may suit
your jitdgmont.-i. e., if it is altoge?
ther convenient to'.you to give it a
local direction. If not, use it as you
Thirty-two years ahsenco from my
native Stato has not in the least
marred my love of country.
Bclicvo me your Excellency's most
J. MARION SIMS.
COLUMBIA, June 2D, 1SG7.
Dr. J. Marion- Sims, 47 Faubourg St.
MY DEAR SIB: I take pleasure in
acknowledging the receipt of your
letter of May 30, enclosing a draft for
$1,000 in gold, for the relief of the
destitute in your nativo State and
As you have well said, "thirty-two
veal's of absence from your native
State" has evidently "not marred
your love of country;" and your pre?
sent act of generosity, in remember?
ing a distresse." eople, some of whom
aro your former neighbors, nobly de?
monstrates that attachments of me?
mory and affection are not bounded
by the limits of time or place.
As aSouthCarobuian living abroad,
you have done honor to tho State of
your birth; but no professional tri?
umph which you have yet achieved
wil) elevate you higher in tho respect
of mankind, and especially of your
own countrymen, than this voluntary
donation for the amelioration of their
Permit me, in the name of charity,
and in behalf of the citizens of Lan?
caster District-to a committee of
whom, agreeably to your request, I
have transferred your gift-to return
?ou my thanks, and to express the
Olio that you may enjoy deserved re?
ward in the consciousness of a deed
unselfishly performed, and of being
long remembered by those you have
so nobly succored.
I have the honor to be, dear sir,
your obedient servant,
JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
PREPARE FOB TURNIPS.-We would
like that our farmers bo more im?
pressed with the importance of this
ctQ-pf A few hints and facts may
possibly lead to this desirable result.
The prejudice heretofore existing to
some degree against the ruta haga
variety, we ?ire glad, is fast disap?
pearing. The Southern Agriculturalist
If the turnip crop is so valuable to
England, how much more so may it
bo in the Southern States, where
they do not have to be pulled or
housed ? Here aro the natural pas?
tures of the world, mid with the ruta
baga and other turnips, to help out
the feed, the Southern States can
surpass England in tho production of
wool, as much as they do now in
To such a state of perfection have
the English brought tho culture of
turnips, that they have revolution?
ized the agriculture of the kingdom,
and the turnip crop of England is
annually worth more than the cotton
crop of tho United States. Sow
common turnips in August, Septem?
ber and October. Tho ruta baga may
be sown from 20th July to Septem?
ber; should be planted in drills, two
feet apart, and thinned out to twelve
or fourteen inches. Tho rutabaga is
destined soon to work a great change
in Southern agriculture. They aro
as easily managed os the common
turnip, aro moro nutritive, keep
much longer, and afford greens equal
to collards, if not superior. Stock of
all kinds aro fond of them, and from
their rich golden color, sweet and
delicate flavor, are unsurpassed for
tho table. Farmers, try tho nita
baga, and learn how it saves tho
corn-crib. The ruta boga is not in?
clined to seed in this climate; but
this is a benefit rather than an objec?
tion, as thereby the roots keep sound
At a printer's festival, thu following
w. H tho fifth regular toast: "The editor
ana the lawyer-the devil is satisfied
with the copy of the former, but re?
quires the original of tho latter."
WONDERFUL, IF TR?B, . DLS?OVR?? j
OF A. NEW RACE OF MEN (PERHAPS) IN
sotTBXi-A correspondent, writing
from Nsw Hamburg, Soott County,
Mo., with whom we happen not to
be acquainted, informs us that two of j
the citizens pf the County, while out I
hunting their cattle, on Bird's Island, '
a f?w days ago, discovered "three
most singular Individuals,", men, in
fact, with "no covering for the body
except the hair," which was "from
one to two inches long." These in?
dividuals, it appears, had human
voices, but understood nothing that
was said to them. One of them, it
is said, "is evidently a very old man,
as he is quite gray all over." As they
proved not to be. very belligerent, the
two farmers captured them; and our
correspondent saya they were to be
forwarded to St. Louis in a few days.
Tho story is wonderful enough, if
true. The arrival of the "indivi?
duals" in this city will, however, dis?
pel any doubt as to their existence
and identity with their description.
[St. Lijuis Hep ubi ?eau.
REGISTI:.VTION.-This work-one of
tho most important that has ever de?
volved on our people-is progressing
now in every County in our ?State,
with what results tho future will de?
velop. Need we urge, as we have
often done before, those to whom the
privilege is accorded, to register
without delay? Let nil business that
interferes with registration alone, till
you see your name recorded upon
the registration books, is our earnest
advice to all interested in this matter,
not only on their own account, but on
account of their disfranchised neigh?
bors and friends.
] Atlanta Intelligencer.
INQUESTS.-Coroner Whiting held
au inquest yesterday, on the body of
a mau, name unknown, who stopped
at the house of Edwnrd Eisenhardt,
three miles from the city, a few days
ago, and while thero died of country
feyer. Verdict-Died of fever, ne?
glect and want of medical attendance.
Tho coroner also held an inquest
yesterday, on the body of a colored
mau, named Daniel Deas, who was
drowned on Tuesday night, about 9
o'clock, by the upsetting of his bat
teau, while he was fishing for shrimps.
Another negro was in the battcau at
the time, but he escaped.
[Charleston Mercury, 10///.
LOUISVILLE, KY.-Tho people of
no part of the country have respond?
ed more liberally to the sufferings of
the South than the citizens of Louis?
ville, Kentucky. Their sympathies
were never appealed to in vain, and
they have given of their substance
with a most bountiful hand. As the
South recovers from its prostration,
and its business relations aro ubout
to bo renewed with other sections,
we know that theso things will not
bc forgotten, but will be remembered
with grateful interest.
The hienas sud acquaintances of Mrs.
\Y. M. Malms and family, Mr. C. H. Behro
and Mr. A. (V. Friday, are respectfully in?
vited to attend the funeral of WILLIAM
EDWARD, youngest son of the former, at
her residence, THIS AFTERNOON, at
half-past 5 o'clock.
FLOUR! FLOUR! !
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, ?round from
tin- best new wheat in Fairfield Dis?
trict. For .-ale low.
Jnly 12 JOHN" C. BEEPERS A '.'<>.
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
4 FRESH SUPPLY, just received at
A July 12 J. C. SEEGERS .V. Cu 'S.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
?r/\ LBS. CALOMEL.
OU 100 oz. QUININE.
23 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
10 lbs. CROTON OIL.
30 lbs. CHLOROFORM.
3 lbs. N ITRATE SI LYE R.
L'OU lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
LUDO lbs. EPSOM SALTS.
1.08? lbs. FLOR. SULPHUR
2,000 lbs. BLUE S TONE.
100 lbs. s?\.N. INDIGO.
100 lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
l.diio lbs. COOEING SODA.
.J.MW Iba. COPPERAS. For ?ale low by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
Julv 12 Drosrcists.
SOMETHING NEW 11
CALL AND SEE !
MY stock of doods _ ,
has been materially "
, .gadded to dining tho past Week, and
i am now prepared to show an excollent
stock of JEWELRY. Also, WATCHES,
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, etc. "Tip-top"
GOLD PENS-the best manufactured.
Persons desirous of having tho hair of
deceased friends or relatives preserved In
enduring st vic, can have it MANUFAC?
TURED into RINGS, BREAST-PINS or
EAR-RINGS, handsomely or plainly orna?
*9- REPAIRING of all kinds faithfully
attended to, and at PRICES TO SUIT THE
I. SULZB ACHER,
At J. ?oJzbacher & Co.'s,
Assembly street, opposite Market.
July 12 _______
TIERCES choice SUGAR-CURED HAMS
Tierces ?uro LEAF LARD.
1,000 Iba. Hugar-curod BREAKFAST
STRIP BACON. Just to nand and for sale
by GEO. SYMMERS.
THE United States Marshal's Office ls
located on Washington, between Ri?
chardson sud Assemblv streets.
1 June 15 Imo U. S. Deputy Marshal.
G on. Spiuner, in on. official letter
to the cashier of a national bank in
New Hampshire, says that after the
failure of a national bank, it has no?
thing more to do with the notes, all
of which the United States undertake
to redeem. Such notes are subjoct to
tho same rules of redemption as the
pnblio notes of the United States.
The foreman of the job-room of a
St. Louis newspaper turned out the
whole edition of a pamphlet on "The
Life and Assassination of Abraham
Lincoln," with the startling caption,
"The Life and Assignations of Abra?
THE PRESIDENT.-Washington ad?
vices say tho President will take no ac?
tion upon matters South in advance of
the passage of tho supplementary re?
construction bill. - It is with us ques?
tionable whether ho will take any
SODA WATER AND MEDICINE.-A
Washington druggist was recently
arrested for selling soda water on
Sunday. Several physicians testified
that it was a medicine, and the caso
Bett Jones, who is charged with
being connected with the murder of
Mr. A. I). Walker, in Chester, and
who escaped from the jail of that
District, has been nrrested in Missis?
Grant and a party of Congressmen
are going to Sherman's battle fields
in Georgia, the latter part of this
The Marquis de Galifet had a duel
near Paris with an editor, whoso
sword was as mighty as his pen, aud
perforated the Marquis.
The common school fund of In?
diana is greater than that of any other
State, being i?7,000,000.
The thermometer, at Columbus,
Ohio, on the 1st instant, stood at 103
in the shade.
The salary of Gen. Leo as Presi?
dent is over ?5,000.
Theatre preaching is to be intro?
duced in New York this summer.
A pretty Cincinnati girl has eloped
with a negro servant mun.
OKRA SOUP !
AT the TOLLOCK HOUSE, THISMORN
IXG, Rt ll u'clocl;, ami every day
hereafter. Twenty-five cents a plate.
FRESH BUTTER AND CRACKERS.
6TUBS choice ORANGE COUNTY BUT?
4 tubs CHEAM and BUTTER CRACK?
ERS. Just received bv
July ll i C. It. BALDWIN A CO.
Notice to Travelers.
Jv^^i? I WILL CARRY PASSEN
,S==i~a?B??SGERS from Spartanburg to
Greenville, tri weekly-leaving Spartan?
burg Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and leaving Greonvillo Tuosdavs, Thurs?
days and Saturdays. E. M. WILLIAMS.
July ll 3
Presbyterian Church Notice.
THE PEW-HOLDERS aro respectfully
requested to call as earlv as possible
on thc Treasurer and SETTLE their PEW
RENTS, as there exists an urgent demand
for funds. E. STENHOUSE, Treasurer.
Jnly 10 8
ALL merchants and traders of Goods,
Wares and Merchandize, arc now
called to pay up for tho second quarter's
STATE TAXES, which wero duo on tho
first dav of July, lytlT. by the 20th inst.
THOS. H. WADE.
Tax Collector Richland District, S. C.
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKINS GOSHEN BUTTER-rcduced
Firkins choice Orange County BUTTER
Also, a frosh supply of that delicious
Butter, in 2'.-lb. packages-air and water?
Pine Apple, English Dairy and primo N.
Y. State Factory Cheese. For Hale low bv
.July <; GEO. SYMMERS. "
?"OUXG Hyson, Moruno, Hyson and
finest Oolong-fresh and of exquisite
White Wine and Cider Vinegars.
Cuba Molasses and Golden Syrup, Ac.
Just received and for sale bv "
July C CEO. SYMMERS.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
BBLS. SUGAR CRACKERS.
Bbls. Soda Biscuit,
Bbls. Cream Crackers,
" Butter Crackers,
" Ginger Schnapps,
Just received per steamer, and for sale
bv J. A T. R. AGXEW.
HAMS AND ?ACON STRIPS,
JOHN C. SINGERS A CO.'S,
j '. Juno 30_
FOR SALE Oil RENT,
ONE TWELVE-ROOM HOU3E, furnish?
ed or not. TIIOS. E. GREGG A CO.
A GOOD WHITE WOMAN, to do tho
Xx. general house-work for a small family.
None need lippi? only those who can conio
well recommended. For such a ono, libo
ral wages will be paid. Apply at thisofiice.
15 Boxes Chewing Tobacco,
DIFFERENT GRADES, low to dealers.
Jane :k> JtiHX C. SEEGERS A- CO.
-1 I BBLS. Fresh-ground W. C. FLOUR.
JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
AOOOD SERVANT, to cook and wash;
a middle-agod woman preferred. For
ono that will bo acceptable, fair wages
paid promptly, either monthly or weekly.
Applv at tho contre cottage, immediately
North of the Charlotte Depot. May 31
rf 1HE ROOM over the store of Thomson
JL Earle. Apply to
April 1(J ALFRED TOLLESON.
POST OFFICE HOUKS.-The office is
opea from 8 a. m. until 3>? p. m.,
and from 6 until 7 p. m. Tho North-.
ern mjtfl closes at 8>_ p. m., and all
other mails close at 8 p. m.
CHOICE BEEF.-We have been re?
quested to inform the public that tho
best beef -which has been in this mar?
ket since the Shermanization, can bc
found at Stall No. 3, to-morrow (Sa?
.RESPITED.-We learn that Jeff.
Ghee, convicted of the murder of
Mr. Ganby, an overseer, in Marion
District, in 18G5, and sentenced to be
executed to-day, has been respited
till the seooud Friday in August.
SUPPORT Youn OWN* JOURNALS.
The Gleaner, issued every Wednes?
day, from this office, defies competi?
tion ns a literary and news journal.
Those who subscribe to it aro kept
well posted up in the current events
of tho day, as it embraces the tele?
graphic news, political, commercial,
state of the markets, &c., up to the
hour of going to press.
CANCELLING LUON.-We had tho
pleasure, yesterday, of examining, in
the State Treasurer's office, a neat
and serviceable implement-a cancel?
ling iron-manufactured at the South
Carolina Railroad shops, and pre?
sented to Mr. Treasurer Hood by Mr.
Superintendent Peake. The cancel?
ler has double heads, of different
styles, and is finished up iu thc best
Jon PIVUNTINO.-The Job Office ol
the Phoenix is as complete a? any iu
tho South. It is furnished with new
fonts of type of all descriptions ami
of the most modern styles. All worli
executed promptly, with taste ano1
skill, and at reasonable rates.
BEADLE'S DIME PUBLICATIONS.
We have received from tho publish
ers, Beadle ? Co., No. 118 Wilban
street, New York, two copies of theil
cheap publications, viz: "Bcadlo"!
Dimo Standard Speaker; a collcctioi
of Choice Extracts and Passages fron
tho best American Orators and Au
thors, in prose *ud verse," ant
"Bald Eagle," by Mrs. E. Oak
Smith. To give an idea of the in
tentions of the publishers, wo extrae
the following from a circular whicl
they have just issued:
"So much prejudice prevails, ii
certain quarters, against light Utera
ture, and especially against the chea]
novols which Hood the land, that w<
are solicitous tho press and the public
should understand just what ou:
books are and what they aro not.
"The initial idea of our enterprise
was, by combining excellence wit!
cheapness, to produco books whicl
should merit tho confidence and re
spect of tho discriminating public
Utterly avoiding tho field of sonsa
tional literature, wo have ever made
and shall continuo to make, literar;
and moral excellence primary re qui
sites of every manuscript used.
"As was to have been expected, ou
success has called into existence othe
enterprises, whose issues, by sellin;
at the same price, have become assc
ciated and, in some instances, con
founded with the dime books; but, n
there aro no other 'Dime Publics
tions'-that being our copy-righte
trade mark-wc must ask tho publi
to discriminate between our book
and those published by other houses
for whoso sins ot' omission or con
mission wo do not care to bo bel
For. HOUSE-KEFJ ERS.-Tho follov
ing are a few valuable househol
hints, which are worth preserving:
Savo j-our suds for garden plant:
or for garden yards, when sandy.
Wash your tea-trays with cold sud:
polish with a little flour* and rab wit
a dry cloth.
Frozen potatoes make moro stare
than fresh ones; they also make nie
A hot shovel held over varnishc
furniture will tako out thc whil
A bit of glue dissolved in ski
milk and water will restore old crap
I Ribbons of any kind should 1
washed in oold soap suds, and n<
If your flat-irons are rough, rn
them with fine salt, and it will mal
Oat straw is thc best for fillin
beds; it should be changed once
If you aro buying carpet for dun
bility, choose small ligures.
A bit of soap rubbed on hinges r
doors will prevent their creaking.
Scotch snuff put in holes whoi
crickets come out will destroy them.
A gallon of strong lye put in a bai
rel of hard water will make it as sol
as rain water.
Half a cranberry on a corn wil
Always mend the clothes befor
Ali a meeting of the Independes^
Fire Engine Company, held Jnly 3^
the following card of thanks was una?
Resolved, That the thanks of this
company aro due, and are hereby
tv*.3red, to those citizens who so
liberally assisted the company in en?
tertaining the Committee of the New
York Firemen's Association, on the
occasion of the presentation of tho
hose carriage. To the Palmetto Fire
Company for tho use of their engiue
houso for safo-keeping of the hose
carriage; also, for th^ir attendance as
an escort at the reception of presen?
tation committee. ToS. W. Melton,
Esq., for tho address delivered at the
presentation of hose carriage. To
Mr. C. W aring for his liberality in
putting np tables. To Mr. F. W. \Viug
for tho loan of planks. To Mr. J. W.
Smith for the loan of tin cups, and
to Capt. W. li. Stanley for the use of
crockery and glass from his store. To
Geu. Burton for his kindness in fur?
nishing a guard at Sidney Park. To
Mr. Lewis J. Radcliffe, tho efficient
Chief of Police, and his assistants,
for tho good order preserved on the
A SUBSTITUTE.-Now, that Othello's
occupation is gone, in the bar-rooms,
during this hot weather, aud strong
liquor is scarce and hard to get at,
and money much more so, we would
recommend the following as a cheap
and pleasant substitute for the prohi?
bition drinks. Six quarts of it costs
about forty cents. The following arc
the ingredients: Jamaica Ginger
root, two ounces, well bruised; cream
tartar, one ounce; tartaric acid, two
drachms; sugar, one pound; the rind
of ono lemon; one table-spoou fnUjsf
yeast ; six quarts of water. Put thc
ginger, cream tartar and sugar in six
quarts of water, and boil ??TO mi?
nutes; then strain and pour into an
earthcu vessel, into which you havo
previously put tho tartaric acid aud
lemon rind; let it remain till luke?
warm; then add one table-spoon full
of yeast, aud stir well; strain again,
after which, bottle for use. Secure
the corks well with twine, and put in
a warm place. It will be ready for
use in two or threo days.
NEW ADVE1XTISEM.EXT3.-Attention in call?
ed to tko following advertisements, which
aro published this morning for the drst
I. Sulzbachor-Something Now.
Fishor A. Heinitsh-Drugs, Chemicals.
J. G. Seegers A Co.-Flour, Mackerel.
A flue lot of Desirable Gooda havo just
been opened by Mr. R. C. Shiver, who still
adheres to his popular principle of good
articles for little money. Read his adver?
tisement, and then examino tho goods.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
thc South Carolina Railroad by the
morning train, can got BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ample time is allowed for
that purpose. C. A. SCOTT,
Juno 29 Proprietor.
AQUESTION FOR A CONTINENT; by
H. R. Helper.
Henry VIII and his Court; by Mnhlbach.*
The Land of Thor; by J, Ross Browne. 1
Thc Forms and Rules' in Bankruptcy.
Thc Chronicle of Bareet; by Trollope.
Tho Civil War of America; by Draper.
Isthmus of Panama, Ac; by Dr. Otis.
Meade on Grape Culture and Wine
Nora and Archibald Lee-an English
Novel; and other new books, for sale at
J. J. Mc.C ARTE R'S Bookstore.
July 4_R. L. BRYAN.
"ANOTHER NEW THING!"
AFRUIT PRESERVER, for all kinds of
fruits, vegetables, spiced fruits, toma?
toes; without thc expense of air-tight jard
or cans; saves tho trouble of sealing; it
saves sugar; easily dene. Call and get a
pamphlet at FISHER & HEINITSH'S,
June ai Druggists.
mr.N DOZ. FANS, at half former prices;
X from 5 cents to $3. Call and get a
pretty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Irish Potatoes !
CHOICE NEW POTATOES, for sale at
greatly reduced prices by
Juno 20 J. AT. R. AGNEW.
WHEAT AND FLOUR.
IWILL pay ?ho HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired. _
Juno 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
mWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
June 15,|IE^ 'ALFRED TOLLESON.
4 LARGE stock of STRAW and FELT
A HATS - cheap.
J?me 18 ALFRED TOLLESON.
FRESH NO. 1 MACKEREL.
JUST received at
June 18 J. C. SEEGEhS A CO.'S,
PAN KN I N'S HEPATIC BITTERS-a
new and valuable compound, possess?
ing extraordinary powers over tho organs
of tho liver and stomach, making it a po?
sitivo remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion
and a liver itivigorator. Try a bottle For
salo wholesale athis prices.
FISHER A HEINlTSn,
Druggists, Agents, Columbia,
SARATOGA WATER !
JUST received fresh from the Spring.
fox sale by
FISHER ? HEINITSH,
Ayril 4 Druggists.