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WASBTNGTON, Joly 12.-The com?
mittee appointed to investigate the
assassination and treatment of the
prisoners has commenced work.
The "Wisconsin D?mocratie Con?
vention has nominated Charles Flan
dorean for Governor. The resolu?
tions oppose negro suffrage.
.SOUTH-WEST PASS, July ll.-The
Baleigh, henoe for Havana, has on
board about ten Austrian officers,
who arrived from Vera Cruz, via
Mobile, and now go to Havana, with
the view of remaining there until
they have an opportunity to join
some Mexican chieftain at enmity
with Juarez. Among "icm are Maj.
Herron and Darnings Bureau. The
latter was military commissioner at
Vera Cruz. They declare that they
will remain in Mexico and avenge
Maximilian's death; that a few days
will see a powerful chieftain at tho
head of a large anti-Juarez party,
and the remnant of the Austrians
will rendezvous at Havana, from
which point they will return to
COMMEHCIAU AN1> FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, July 12-Noou.-Gold
38}?. Stooks dull. Flour 16@.20c.
better. Corn a shade better. Cotton
dull, at 26}?.
LTVEKPOOL, July ll-Evening.
Middling uplands lOlYd.; Orleans
10>?. Sales o? tho day 10,000 bales.
LrvEBPOon, July 12-Noon.-Cot?
ton firm-uplands lO,1^ ; Orleans IO1 J.
THAD. STEVENS ON CONFISCATION-.- |
A correspondent of tho New York
Herald professes to have had a con?
versation with Thad. Here is part
Question-Do you still adhero to
the policy of confiscation?
Mr. Stevens-I look on tho leading
rebels of the South as great criminals,
who have not yet expatiated their
crimes. They nave entailed upon
the loyal people, by their voluntary
and wicked acts, much sorrow aud
suffering-the loss of millions of
treasure and hundreds of thousands
of lives. They have done this in the
very worst cause that could be con?
ceived-in an attempt to break up a
noble, benificent and free Govern?
ment. They have waged upon us a
flagrantly un j ust war. They deserve to
have imposed upon them the heaviest
penalties of war, now that they are
conquered. But as they aro our
countrymen I would be merciful to
them. I would not take their lives,
and I would not beggar aud oppress j
them. But if I had my way, I would,
at the very least, impose upon the
rich men of the ex-rebel territory
those who hovo come out of their I
wicked struggle with largo wealth
a mild confiscation, sufficient to re?
pay tho loyal mon of tho South all
they have loBt by confiscation at the
haiids of the rebels, and Northern
men all the damages they have suf?
fered by rebel raids and invasions.
There are thirty or forty thousand
rich rebels iu the conquered territory,
whoso wealth would suffice to pay
these claims, and yet uot leavo them
beggars. These classes of sufferers
by the war have no other means or
hope of obtaining repayment for
their losses, and it is but just that
they should be repaid.
Tho latest New York Directory
shows that there are now in operation
there twenty city railroad lines, be?
sides twenty-one in Brooklyn, and
nine in Jersey City and Hoboken.
The number of river, bay and souud
steamers is over 150, of which 110
leave New Yerk daily. The number
of ocean steamers is 160, of which
thirty-nine leave for Liverpool, eleven
for other English ports, fifteeu for
Franco and Belgium, eighteen for j
Hamburg and Bremen, sixty for do?
mestic ports, and the rest for China,
Brazil, Cuba, &c This list does uot
include steamers currying inland
freight, of which tho number is not
exactly known. There are also thirty
ferries, which require nearly 100
ferry-boats for their services, and six?
teen locomotive railroad lines have
their termini iu tho city. Of tho for?
merly great number of stage lines
leaving New York, only six are left, j
lu New York, also, there aro 100
churches, eighty-three banks, four?
teen public libraries, and fifty-six
asylums and hospitals; ami there are
seventeen cemeteries outside the city,
besicles many old ones in the city, no
Crops of all kinds are moro or less
damaged by tho rains; and we fear !
thero will not bo moro than a half
crop gathered in this section. Wheat ;
has suffered most severely; in some j
parts of tho District, wo learn of
whole fields, containing many acres,
beiug destroyed, after having been
cut and shocked-tho heavy raius
flooding the fields, and the wheat
lining tho banks of the creeks for
nnles. Com and cotton, in tho low
lands have boen almost entirely
ruined; but that on tho uplands ap?
pears to be doing well. The fruit
crop is a complete failure-apples,
peaches, melons, *c" being thWs
that wo can think of and know that
wo hare had.-Chemic Advertiser,
EXECUTION POSTPONED.-By order
of the Commanding General of this
military district, the execution of
John Jenkins, who was to havr* been
hun<? yesterday, for tho murder of
Bichard Brantford, has been further
postponed to the 26th instant.
How THE FREKDMBK'S. SCHOOLS ABB
SuppoBTED.-The Washington Star
Many persons suppose that the
teachers cf the van?os schools for
colored people-adult and children
in this District and throughout the
South, are paid from the funds ap?
propriated by Congress for the Freed?
men's Burean. This is a mistake.
Not one cent of. the public funds is
expended for such a purpose. The
teachers are employed and paid by
benevolent societies in the Eastern,
Northern and Western States; the
principal association engaged in this
laudable work being tho "American
Freedmen's Union Commission," of
whioh Chief Justico Salmon P. Chase
is President, Wm. Lloyd Garrison
one of the "Vice-Presidents, and Wm.
Allen Butler (author of "Nothing to
Wear,") the legal adviser. The main
office of the association is in New
York,'with branch offices in Boston,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago,
Detroit and San Francisco. The
second article of the constitution of
this society sets forth that the "ob?
ject of this commission is the relief,
education and elevntion of tho freed?
men of the United States, and to aid
and co-operate with the people of tho
South, without distinction of race or
color, in the improvement of their
condition, upou tho basis of iuduslry,
education, freedom and Christian
morality. No school or depot of
supplies shall bo maintained from the
benefits of which any shall bo ex?
cluded because of color." Without
tho aid of this and similar associa?
tions, the great scheme of frne and
popular education now in successful
operation in tho Southern States
would, wiMiout doubt, soon come to
an untimely end. Tho only aid fur?
nished by tho Freedmen's Bureau to
the teachers is transportation to and
from their fields of labor, quarters, a
small allowance of stationery, and
the privilego of purchasing rations
from the nearest United States com?
missary at Government rates. Some
of the superintendents of the indus?
trial schools are paid by tho Govern?
ment, but thoso institutions were
intended to be self-sustaining.
THE NEW INTERNATIONAL Cun
RENCY.-The New York Times says:
We may properly regard the act
of the Paris Monetary Congress, in
fixing upon the five-franc piece as
tho basis for au international cur?
rency, as a concession to America.
Two things were needful in tho at?
tempt to establish a uniform currency
for Europe and America; first, tho
decimal system of multiples; second?
ly, the choico of tho most convenient
unit of value from which to reckon.
England had neither of the two
requisites, Frantic had the former
but not the latter, tho United States
bad both. Ifc was not, therofore,
really necessary for us to change our
present coinage. But the object of
the International Congress was not
merely to lix scientific principles by
which each nation could improve
its currency within its own borders,
but to arrange a universal monetary
system. To do this tho standard
must be in gold value tho samo
everywhere, though thc name by
which that standard pieco is called
is of little or no importance. Tho
unit actually adopted appears to
havo been as near tho American
dollar as was practicable with the
familiar use of tho franc in Belgium,
Switzerland, Italy, Franco and its
partial uso nil over Europe. Whether
we shall ever accept this standard or
not, it is unquestionably as good a
ono as it is possible to choose. Tho
franc was too small a unit for com?
mercial purposes, the dollar was just
right. As to thc decimal system, it
is, beyond question, the only perfect
one. Even tho Chinese, who, though
such bad mathematicians, aro ex?
cellent arithmeticians, have thc de?
cimal system of currency in use,
and, by its aid, they tell oft sums
of their beads with a rapidity that
astounds our most expert account?
AitTiFici.u, ICE.-Tho hot weather
and tho great consumption of ice sug?
gests tho propriety of explaining how
ice may humado artificially. The pro?
cess is simple and beautiful. The
principal thing required is a good air
pump. On tho top of tho air-pump,
set a plato containing sulphuric acid;
place a small stool in tho plate, and
on tho stool set a tray with water in
it. Over nil, place a low glass cover,
fitting air-tight. Thc pump being
worked, tho air is drawn out, and,
with tho removal ot* tho pressure, the
water evaporates rapidly. It soon
begins to boil, in consequence of tho
development of heat. Meanwhile,
tho vapor, carrying tho heat away
with it, i? absorbed by tho sulphuric
acid. Thus tho water is actually
frozen solid, while it seems to boil.
Whether the apparatus could be im?
proved,' or the principle bo used for
tho production of ico in largo quanti?
ties, remains to bo proved. But if
tho art of manufacturing ico on a
large scale shall be discovered, (and
tho germ of it exists in this experi?
ment,) wo may expect to soe ico fac?
tories established. In fact, experi?
ments have already been made, with
a fair share of success, in the produc?
tion of artificial ice at a cost much
less than that of the blocks left at our
doors by tho ice-carts.
[New York Post.
An insurance company heads its
I advertisement thus, ' 'Best lives taken
I at lowest rates."
PERSONAL APPEARANCE OF THE
POPE.-A correspondent at Borne de
soribes the personal appearance of
"I met him the otber day, on the
Via Angelica, a pleasant shady street
that runs ont North nnder the walls
of the Vatican, where he had gone,
as is his wont, to take an evening
drive. He generally drives out be?
tween 6 and 6 o'clock, goes ont a fow
hundred rods, and then dismounts
and walks. I saw him walk over a
mile, and then he disappeared from
sight, still walking, while his car?
riage followed slowly on behind. Ho
walks with the totter peculiar to old
age, and yet with not a little rapidity
and energy. I am bound to say Pius
IX has tlio pleasantest face I havo
seen tu Europe; his good nature
amounts almost to a weakness, and
his hesitation is said to givohi3 coun?
cillors much trouble."
DRESSING OF BOY AMT.-Our lady
readers may feel a desire to read tho
The Queen wore a black silk dress
at her reception ou tho 24th ult. ; the
Princess Louiso wore blue and white
satin; the Duchess of Bucclengh, a
green silk, trimmed with lace, a white
satin petticoat and a plume and dia?
mond head-dress; tho Countess of
Home, a mauvo silk, trimmed with
lace and satin, plume and diamond
head-dress; tho Countess of Dalkeith,
white satin, embroidered, with straw,
plumo, veil and diamonds; Lady
Courtenay, grey silk, white petticoat,
black velvet and Ince trimming, head?
dress of roses, diamonds and plumo;
Hon. Mrs. Rashleigh, white satin,
apple green petticoat, ostrich fea?
thers, diamonds, pearls, flowers, &o.
HARVEST HANDS.-Recently some
of the negroes residing iu aud about
Louisiana, Mo., held a meeting to
regulato tho price of harvest hands,
at which they resolved not to work
in tho harvest for less than S3.50 a
day. The farmers South of Louis?
iana, many of whom are largo wheat
growers, took tho matter up, and
resolved not to employ any of the ne?
groes participating in the meeting
at any price. There was, of course,
a mean whito mau at the bottom of
A New Jersey editor has been
riding on a street railroad in one of
the Jersey cities, and thus describos
it: "The cars themselves aro simply
exaggerated sardine boxes, placed on
what tho spinal column of any pas?
senger might consider triangular
wheels. The wiudows which aro shut
will not open; while those that are
do wu a Sampson could not raise.
There aro no springs to the running
gear, and the tracks havo ono thou?
sand bounces, or jolting places, to tho
A young lady bought a new basket
in St. Louis tho other evening, for
pic-uic purposes. Beforo she left
tho atoro the basket, with a card
bearing her name attached, was
stolon. The next morning, the bas?
ket, with a baby in it, was found at
the door of a respectable citizen,
with tho card still appended, and the
young lady was called upon for an
explanation, which she readily gave,
aud was dismissed from her awkward
Mrs. Partington cannot under?
stand either Mr. Gladstone or Mr.
Disraily, that they should be so
anxious to pass a bill in Parliament
to give tho people universal suffering.
For her part, she thinks there is suf?
fering enough among the people
without making it universal. Re?
form indeed! they should reform
themselves first, without thinking to
reform the people.
lu England, tho pastors of some of
tho churches aro trying an experi?
ment, which is said to meet with fa?
vor. They hold an early morning
service on Sundays during the hot
weather, so as to avoid tho heat of
the day, and much larger congrega?
tions than formerly assembled during
that season are reported to be the re?
DOWN- EAST.-Dr. H. G. Stover,
of Boston, has written a book on
the subject of foeticide, which shows
that the people of Massachusetts,
in respecot ol* this particular crime,
in thc villages as well as in the cities,
aro nearly twice as corrupt as the
population of France, and eight-fold
moro depraved than that of tho city
of New York.
The whole channel of tho Medi?
terranean must be strewn with human
bones. Carthageuians, Syrians, Sido
niaus, Egyptians, Persians, Romans
and Greeks-thoro they lie, side by
sido, beneath tho eternal wators, and
tho modern ship that brings freight
from tho Alexandria sails in its whole
cour30 over buried nations.
COUNTERFEITS.-Among the recout
counterfeits, aro noticed $100 on the
First National Bank of Boston; $100
on tho Ohio National Bank of Cin?
cinnati; #100 on tho Central National
Bank of Now York city; and 8100 on
the National Bank of Bristol, Rhode
A distinguished Now York divino,
pressed to go to Europe, is angry
upon his roturn to find his substi?
tute so much preferred by his parish?
ioners that they propose to retain
him and let tho "original Jacob" go.
Such action will stop a great deal of
Sophie "Worrell, tho aotress, now
playing at Now York, received a bo
anet the other night, w'iich contained
$3,000, a diamond brooch and a pair
How many young men are carried
away by a fine musical, charming ]
roioe-? pretty, light foot, reeling i
ball-room dancer--a lazy, lounging, i
street-yarning flirt-an ody-tongued, i
hollow-hearted, deceptive pianoforte ]
pounder, and regret their folly when,
alas, too late. j
"PHUJOPOSJ?A."-An exchango says !
this word signifies, in its common 1
use, "friendship's forfeit." It is a 1
Greek and Latin compound, and,
literally interpreted, signifies, "I love :
An afflicted editor, who is troubled
with hand-organs under his window,
longs* for the "evil days" mentioned
in Ecclesiastes, when "the grinders
shall cease because thoy are few,"
and "the sound of tho grinding"
shall be "low."
A very sensible woman, who is
going to Europe, desires that when
her husband's nanto and ber own are
published in the list of passengers,
it shall bo "Mr.- and wife, not
lady, for he goes abroad with h is own
lawful wife, and nobody else."
"Arc these pure canaries?" asked a
gentleman of a bird-dealer, with
whom he was negotiating for a "gift
for his fair."
"Yes, sir," said tho bird-dealer,
confidentially, "I raised those're
birds from canary seed."
At Darien, Conn., last week, Moses
Mather and his wife Sally received
eighty-one of their descendants,
whoso united ages wero 2,-128 years.
Thc couple are eighty-five years old,
and have been married sixty-six
Hero is a lotter that was sent to au
undertaker by an afflicted widower:
"Sur-My waif is dod, and Wants
to bo berried to-morro. At Wunnor
klock. U nose wair to dig tho hole
-bi the side of mi Uther waifs-let it
Albert Piko has performed one
great achievement. In a recent edi?
torial, bo produced a single sentence
of 210 words, without any other stop
that a few commas. It is said that
Henry A. Wiso fainted awajT on read?
ing tho sentence.
An exchange says tho young ladies
in Mississippi do not seem to be very
particular as to whom they marry.
If tho right man does not come up to
time on tho evening appointed for
the ceremony, another one will do as
A general beer-drinking trial has
como off' in Germany. One 'man
drank twelve gallons in half an hour;
the other fifteen-and both bursted
about the same time.
DEATH.-"Death, it is true," says
Victor Hugo, "has its place at the
Exposition, but 'tis in the form ol
cannon, not in that of a guillotino."
He adds: "A very fine scaffold was
offered, but refused."
A gentleman, of Cork, ordered hu
man to call bim up at 0 o'clock; bul
be awoke him at 4. Being askee
tho reason, be replied, "I came tc
tell him ho bad two hours longer t(
In a now book, "Christianity am
its Contlicts," Mr. Marcy estimate;
that one-third of tho people of th
United States deny the divinity o
Christ, and 8,000,01)0 Protestants ii
Europe also have a similar want o
"I believe that mino will bo tin
fate of Abel," said a wife to ber hus
band one day. "Why so?" inquire)
tho husband. "Because Abel wa
killed by a club, and your club wi]
kill me, if you continue to go to i
Ono who had espoused au old an
ill-tempered wife, but extremely rid
used to say, "Whenever I find m
temper giving way, I retiro to m
study and console myself by readiu
her marriage settlement."
Thc Court Journal says of Carlyh
"For knotting the language an
making tho sound unpleasant, thei
is no man his equal. Is it real? is
tho embodiment of his knottc
thoughts, or is it affectation?"
A priest asked a tipsy fellow leat
ing against the fence, whero bo e:
pected to go when ho died. "If
can't get along any better then tbs
now," said ho, "I can't go nowhere
A Western editor says he will lah
to put down tho causo of intempe
ance. As tho causo of intemp?rant
is generally supposed to bo liquo
ho will no doubt put it down wi
FIUST.- Josh Biliugs says: If yr
trado with a Yankee, steal his jae
knife fust; for if ho gets to whittlin
you aro gone, in spito of thunder.
Carlylo, in bis advice to youl
men, says: "If you doubt whetb
to kiss a protty girl, give her t
benefit of tho doubt."
When your wifo is silent, hold t
baby for hor. Perhaps it ia ns mu
as sho can do to hold her tongue. I
says a cotomporary.
A matrimonial broker in Now Yo
has sued for $250 for effecting a mt
It is said that tho Yankee who w
at tho point of death has whittled
off with his jack-knife and got wc
It is now the fashion, in Paris,
stud ladies* dresses with lamiscar,
and other portraits.
An anti-swearing and an auii-mi
rying club has just been organized
Greeley says the man who, pa
more for shop rent than for adv?
tisiag, don't know his business.
The well known French financier,
ll. Emile Pereiro, is president of
wei ve or fifteen joint stock compa
lies, the aggregate capital of which
s 8748,000,000. His influence in
?ari8 may be imagined.
It is stated that a colored caucus
n Bichmond decided on running a
iolored candidato for Mayor, and a
Council ticket with two whites and
It is said that tho success of the
?laok Crook depends entirely upon
he manner in which the actors dress
"I can't find bread for my family,"
aid a lazy fellow, in company. "Nor
replied an industrious miller.
'I'm obliged to work for it,"
When a man takes more pleasure
n earning money than in spending
t, ho has taken the first step toward
Tho letter G is "of tho earth,
larthy." It pulls down the stars by
manging astronomy into gastro
The Boston Post says tho popular
nvitation to tako a drink at tho Hub
s, "Will you strengthen your tis
The English arc congratulating
hemselves that, if the Prince of
(Vales does bet, ho also does better
han his predecessor, who cheated.
The Czar has ordered that a sword
?f the First Napoleon, now in his
lossession, be sent to Paris, to be de?
posited at tho Invalides.
Tho importations of dry goods at
STe w York were a little over 83,000,000
n June; a year ago, they were 87,
A plantation in Assumption Parish,
[jonisiana, is .wholly cultivated by
"Look reell before you leap," is
..ery good ad vico in its way; but bow
:an sickly-looking peoplo follow it?
There is many a slip between the
nip and the lip, but moro slips after
:ho cup has been drained by the lips.
Industry and economy will get rich,
vhile sagacity and intrigue are laying
A thousand parties of pleasure do
lot leave a recollection worth that of
me good action.
A strong solution of Epsom salts,
n water, is said to be the best rerne
ly for burns in any stage.
A Western paper proposes tho es
ablishinent of an asylum for useless
Tho revenue jug at Cincinnati cou?
sins 4,000,000 gallons of bonded
Young ladies in Now Orleans wear
'also calves as a protection against
China and Japan together contain
?early half the population of the
A Yankee is going to furnish Joddo
iud Yokohoma with gas light.
What trado is a clergyman at a
redding? A join-her.
EDWARD F. STOKES,
Attorney at La>f awi Solicitor in Equity,
WILT. PRACTICE in thc Courts of Law
ami Equity ot South Carolina.
U?" Oflieo m Swandalo's new building,
>pnosito tho Mansion House, Greenville,
Thomas Hill, President of Harvard Col?
ene, Massachusetts; J. H. Minor, Law
Professor, University of Virginia; C. I*.
Sullivan, South Carolina; Hov. J. L. Orr,
South Carolina; ex-Gov. E. 1'. Perry, South
karolina._July 13 s^mo
CA s. C. II. lt. BONDS and COUPONS.
. North Carolina Monds, old and new.
South Carolina Stock.
C. .V C. Railroad Monds- guaranteed.
North-Eastern Railroad Monds.
FOR SALK-C. A S. C. ll. li. Stock.
TH OS. E. OM EGG .V CO.,
June -27 Brokers.
rHIS TIE, with tho HOOP COMPLETE, <
in haling Cotton, and rendors an allowa
.IEQUIR1NG NO SLACK WHILE PUTTING
or heavy hoops, to make up for deficiency
lold by the pound or ton as choaply as tho 1
iHD EVERY TIE IS WARRANTED PERFE
ho effect of tho Iron Tie entirely superset!
advantages, tho preservation of the Cotton
loring its security to Insurance Companies
rarehouso or on ' ipboard, and its simplici
tar For sale, in LARGE or SMALL QUA>
j. & a
July 13 6
WILL SELL, at bia Mart, THIS MORN?
ING, at 10$ o'clock,
Lot of Poplar Boards, Chairs, Desks,
Wash-stand, Trunk, Rifle, Ac.
4 MnloH. Harness and Wngon. July 13i<
Military Post of Colombia,
OFFICE A. A. Q. BL,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., July 6,1867.
TO BE SOLD, at public auction, in front
of the Quartermaster's Store-Room, at
Columbia, S. C., on SATURDAY, July 13,
1867, at Kt o'clock a. m.,
2 Government WAGONS,
And a lot of Ambulanco and Wagon
Harness, Stove Pipe and Stove, Axes and
Axo Helves, etc., otc.
Terms cash in United States ourroucy.
By order of Mai. Gen. D. E. Sickles.
G. V. WElR, Brevet Captain
And A, A. Q. M., TL S. A.,
1st Lieut, and Reg'l Adj't 5th Art'y.
July 7_ _6
Rev. W. CURTIS, Lli.D., Principal.
THE Fall Session of thia in?
stitution will oommenco on
"^WEDNESDAY, tho 17th inst.
?Terms and arrangements as
heretofore. For particulars,
apply to the Principal, at tho
The present session mil close with a
CONCERT, ou TUESDAY NIGHT, the 9th
inst._July 3 ?0
Chalk Hill Saw Mill
(Situated on Branch of the Edisto Biter,
FOR SALE OR RENT,
On accommodating terme. Apply to
JAMES E. PRINGLE,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
iVb. 6 Adger's lVJiarf, Charleston, S. C.
THE CHALK HILL THIRTY-HOR8E
WATER POWER SAW MILL is capa?
ble of averaging 5,000 feet of lumber per
day. The PLANTATION consists of 2,000
acros of heavily timbered pino land, 120
acres of cleared land under fence; a good
Water Power Grist Mill, now Dwelling
House with four bed-rooms and dining
room, Kitchen, Store-room, Barn, Stable,
and all necessary out-buildings for mill
hands and Acid laborers. The locality is
perfectly healthy and quality of timber
There is also a kaolin doposit on the
place, of great value, and contracts can bo
made with several Potterios and China
Factories for a supply of this chalk.
5f\C%Ci BUSHELS WHEAT, at
.Uv/v/ market price, by
FISHER A- LOWRANCE.
Juno 19 _ ?lmo
MOUNT ZION MOTE
WINNSB0R0, S. C.
THE second term of this
scholastic year will open on
^MONDAY, the 22d day of July,
? Tho destruction of tho Insti?
tuto buildings by Are will provo
no obstacle in the proper con?
duct of &h? titntion, as suitable rooms
have been prepared on thc grounds for,
tho temporary accommodation of the
school; and BOARDING can still be ob?
tained in the families of tho Principal and
Teachers. For particulars, address
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
July 7 _ 12
YORKYILLE, S. C.
THE Second Session will bo?
in on the 15th of July and end
^?n the 19th of December, 1867.
For full information, apply for
circular to Col. A. COWARD,
Principal. June 21 21
PASSENGERS leaviug Columbia on
the South Carolina Railroad by the
morning train, can get BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ample time is allowed for
that purpose. C. A. SCOTT,
SAL COTTON TIE
tveighs no moro than the usual Rope need
nee for taro unnecessary: the ONLY TIE
1 ON, and is so perfect that the necessity
?s in tho Tio, is entirely obviatod. Can hi
?oavy hoopB and less perfect Ties. EACH
CT. Science and practical use will haye
ling tho uso of Ropo-its combination m
when baled from consumption bj fire. r?ii
a matter for consideration, both whilo in
ty of nse and economy combined.
P. R. AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C<