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I Expressly for (he Columbia Phoenix.]
LONDON, July 25.-Ia the House of
Lords, the reform bill passed to a
second reading. The Commons
passed a bill abolishing church rates.
Sir Morton Pete's liabilities are
stated at JE9,000,000; assets -?300,
Lord Naas reports that two Fenian
prisoners awaiting trial in Dublin aro
BOSTON, July 25.-The Supreme
Court has decided that National Bank
shares are subject to city and State
NBW YORK,' July 25.-Bight Bev.
Dr. Young was to-day consecrated
Bishop of Florida-Mr. Hopkins of?
ficiating. The ceremony took place
in Trinity Church, whioh was crowded
to overflowing. Six bishops and fifty
clergymen assisted. Bishop Miller,
of Louisiana, preached the sermon.
WASHINGTON, July 25.-The Stone?
wall Jackson Bails the first week in
August. Captain George Brown has
been detailed to take her to Japan.
The Tennessee deputation applied
to the President for protection at the
polls, who again referred them to
Internal revenue receipts to-day
The "War Department has ordered
the firing of morning and evoning
guns at all military posts having the
An amendment disfranchising all
who voluntarily went into the rebel?
lion, was adopted by the New York
The steamer Granite State, from
Hartford for New York, was wrecked
on the rocks at the South end of
Blackwell's Island, in the East Biver.
Crew and passengers saved.
Partial returns from forty-nino
Counties in Alabama, show the regis?
tration of 28,000 whites and 49,000
blacks. It is estimated that the black
majority in the State will be 25,000 to
Half of Table Bock, Niagara, was
blown off to-day; 200 pounds powder
moved the whole rook, bnt a project?
ing point breaking off, tho rest settled
. The Vice-Consul at Havana has
notified the State Department that a
.cargo of coolies may be expected
shortly at Now Orleans, in violation
of tho Act of Congress of the 19th
February, 1862, and the immigrant
Act of July 4, 1864. The Consul has
reason to suspect that an extensive
scheme is on foot for the introduction
of coolie labor in tho South, contrary
PORTLAND, ME., July 25.-A boat
capsized in the harbor, off Desert
Island, ctrowning Rev. R. J. Chase
and '"'ife, Miss Hauple, Miss Tazewell
and J. Harman, of Philadelphia, and
NASHVILLE, July 25.-A communi?
cation from the citizens of Memphis
has ?been received by Secretary
Fletcher, urging that, according to
Geu. Grant's letter to Gen. Pope,
Geu. Albert Pike has violated his
parole, in advising the citizeus to go
to the polls armed.
CHARLESTON, July 25.-Arrived
Spanish brigs Modesta and Marre
lena, Havana, via Savannah. Sailed
- ISoneko, New York; brig Despe?
XBW CROP TURNIP SEED,
Comprising tho following varieties:
IMPROVED YELLOW RUTA BAGA,
WHITE SWEDISH 44 "
WHITE FLAT DUTCH,
GLOBE, and RED TOP.
Received by laat steamer from Philadel?
phia. Parties desiring
FRESH AND RELIABLE SEED,
Can procuro them
AT mOT'S DRUG STORE.
2BBLS. CIDER VINEGAR.
1 bbl. Whito Wine
.iu^acks RIO COFFEE.
5 ???. Farina CRACKERS.
5 .? Soda M
5 Butter ?'
?1 " Sugar SNAPS.
2 " Oinger SNAPS. For sale low by
July 18_E. & G. P. HOPE.
LOUISA, OF PRUSSIA-by Miss Muhl
bench and Bar, ita wit, humor, Ac-by
College Life; by Rev. Dr. Stephen Olin.
Thackeray's English Humorists, and the
Reigns of tho Four Georgos.
Liber Librorum-its Structure, Pur?
Seabrook's Travels in Germany and
Mr. Wynyan's Ward; by tho author of
Sylvan Holt's Daughter.
Raymond's Heroine-a capital novel,
says tho London Times.
. Diavola, or Nobody's Daughter; by Misa
Also, new supplies of all Miss Mnhl
bach's Historical Romaneos. For salo at
J. J. McCARTER'H Bookstore,
July 19_B. L. BRYAN.
HAMS AND BACON STRIPS,
JOHN C. SEEGERS Sc CO.'S,
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, July , 25--Noon.
Stocks excited . aud a ?hade lower.
Money 5@6 per cent. Sterling
time 10; sight 10J*'@10>?. Gold
89^(3130^. Flour 10c. lower. Corn
firm 7or sound; dull and heavy-for
unsound. Pork dull, at $23.75?.
23.80. Lard steady, at 12?&18K.
Cotton quiet and firm, at 27@27>?.
Turpentine 57M(3L58. Rosin steady
-strained $4? 4.12; common $3.62>?.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade easier;
sales 1,000 bales, at 27@,27>.i. Flour
dull-State ?.40(?')ll; Southern $9.25
@16.75. Wheat-old 2@3, new 3@,
Bo. lower-new amber Tennessee 2.50
@2.70. Corn firm. Mess pork $23.62.
Stocks heavy and excited. Gold 39%.
BALTIMORE, July 25.-Coffee didi
and nominally in favor of buyers.
Cotton scarce and higher-low mid?
dling 25@25V?. Flour in good de?
mand for shipment-City Mills extra
ll}.j, but bolders ask higher. White
corn advanced firstname.lastname@example.org; yel?
low email@example.com; mixed Western 1.10
CINCINNATI, July 25.-Flour and
wheat firmer. Corn unchanged and
but little doing. Mess pork dull and
held at 24}?. Bacon scarce-clear
SAVANNAH, July 25.-Cotton dull
and declining; sales 102 bales; mid?
dlings 25. Receipts 194 bales.
MOBILE, July 25.-Cotton . market
firm; sales 300 bales; low middlings
CHARLESTON, July 25.-Cotton mar?
ket steady; sales 00 bales; prices
AUGUSTA, July 25.-Buyers of cot?
ton demanded a decline, but holders
refused; only a few bales sold
NEW ORLEANS, July 25.-Sales of
cotton 750 bales; unsettled, at 24'.,
@25. Receipts 327 bales. Fully fail
to prime Cuba molasses 15; Musco?
vado 54. Flour quiet-superfino
$10.75; double extra $12. Corn stock
light; mixed yellow $firstname.lastname@example.org;
white $email@example.com. Pork quiet and
firm, at $26.50. Bacon-shoulders
14; clear 16. Gold 39%. Sterling
LONDON, July 25-Noon.-Consols
95. Bonds 72%.
LIVERPOOL, July 25-Noon.-Cot
tou sales 10,0U0 bales-middling 10 ^ ;
\ BREAKFAST HOUSE.
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
tho South Carolina Railroad hy tho
morning train, can get BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ampio time is allowed for
that purpose C. A. SCOTT,
June 29 Proprietor.
H? PERSONS who desire to pass tho
***** summer months in a healthy section,
where good wator and mountain air aro
tho principal attractions, can bo comfort?
ably accommodated at the WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each wav.
Board by thc week or month at reasonable
rates. D. BIEMANN.
St. James Hotel,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, of Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
*S~ Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotel. July 3 Gmo
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
BBLS. SUGAR CRACKERS,
Bbls. Soda Biscuit,
Bbls. Cream Crackers,
" Butter Crackers,
" Ginger Schnapps,
Just receivod per steamer, and for sale
bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I A IJ?TT?B W?RTH READING.
EH. HEIN1TSH-DEAR Sm: For the
. benefit of tho afiheted, I scud you
this certificate. My son having been se?
verely afflicted with Scrofula for tho last
two years-so much so that ho has been
confined to his room tho greater part of
the time, and I had completely despaired of
his recovery. Having applied to the best
of physicians without relief, I was at last
induced to try vour preparation of
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. I am happy to say
it has acted like a charm-increased his
appetite, purified and enriched his blood,
improved his health, and although covered
with running sores, from which many
pieces of bono worked out, yet, to my groat
astonishment, all except one has boated
up. A few more bottles will accomplish a
radica* cure. I regard your medicine a
wondjiful panacea, and should bo geno
rally used. Yours truly._Juno 26_
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKINS GOSHEN BUTTER-reduced
Firkins choice Orango County BUTTER
Also, a fresh supply of that delicious
Butter, in 2$-lb. packages-air and water?
Pino Apple, English Dairy and primo N.
Y. State factory Cheeao. For salo low bv
July 0 GEO. SYMMERS. _
Irish Potatoes !
CCHOICE NEW POTATOES, for salo at
J greatly reduced prices bv
June 20 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
CA S. C. R. R. BONDS and COUPONS.
. North Carolina Bonds, old and now.
South Carolina Stock.
G. A C. Railroad Bonds-guaranteed.
North-Eastern Railroad Bonds.
FOR SALE-C. A S. C. R. R. Stock.
THOS. E. GREGG A CO.,
Jnno 27 Brokers.
TEN DOZ. FANS, at half former prices;
from 5 cents to 13. Call and get a
protty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
AFRESH SUPPLYJuat receivod at
July lu J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
Headquarters 2d HU. Bist.,
?HAJU?TOK, 8. G., Joly 19, ?8G7.
[ General Orders Ifo. 60. J
THE following appointments of Bogia
tors sro announced. Tho persons
nain od will bo assigned to da tv by Post
Commanders as members of Boards of
Registration for the several Hegistration
Precincts they may establish within thelr
Commanding officers of Posts will fill
vacancies and report their action to these I
headquarters for confirmation.
Threo Boards of Registration will
be organized for each District in South
Carolina, except tho Districts of Barn-1
well, Berkeley, Orangebnrg, Lexing?
ton, Beaufort, Greenville, Chester, Golle
ton, and the city ot Charleston, which shall
have tho Boards providod for in this
Begietera will be required to tako the
oath prescribed by tho Act of Congress
approved 2d July, 1S62. Blank forms of
this oath of office will be furnished to
l'ont Commanders, and, when duly sub?
scribed and sworn, will be returned to these
The oloetion precincts established by law
or custom an voting places in tho Counties
and cities of North Carolina, and in the
Districts, Pariahes and municipalities of
South Carolina, will be designated by Post
Commanders as tho places for registra?
tion. It is desirable that not moro than six
of theao, and preferably a less number, bo
included in a registration precinct and as?
signed to one Board, so that ampio facili?
ties may bo afforded for regiatratiou.
Every Board of Registration will choose
its presiding officer, who will repreaout
thc Board, and announco its action upon
all mattera coming before it.
Regulations for tho government of Re?
gisters in tho discharge of their dntics
will bo duly published, as soon as prac?
ticable, tor genoral information.
Pott of Charleston.
DISTRICT OF CHARLESTON.
PARISHES OK ST. PHILIP AM) ST. MICHAEL.
First Precinct-A. L. Hammond, N. G.
Parker, Josoph Quash.
Second Precinct- Edw. C. Kccklcy, Phi- !
lip Austin, A. J. Ransier.
Third Precinct-John Davis, J. M. Mor?
rison, T. B. Maxwell.
Fourth Precinct-Nathaniel Tyler, sr.,
William Aiken, Dr. Camplin.
DISTRICT OF BERKELEY.
PAHISHES or CB BIST cnonou AND ST. THO?
MAS AND ST. DENNIS.
First Precinct-H. N. Batchelor, L. P.
Smith, Aaron Logan.
PARISH OE ST. ANDUEW.
Second Precinct-Dr. Thomas Sim, L. A.
Dodge, Nicholas Said.
PABISB OF HT. JOHN'S, COI.LETON.
Third Precinct-\V. L. M. Burger, \V. B.
Cutter, Samuel E. Gaillard.
PABIS H OK ST. JOHN'S, BEBKELEY.
Fourth Precinct-T. P. Burger, Samuel
Sanders, Edward Mick.
Fifth Precinct- A. C. Richmoud, H. Pan
zerbeiter, Thomas Evans.
PABISB OK ST. JAMES". OOOSE CREEK.
Sixth Precinct-Dennis Moore, C. Y*.
Ham, John Desvcruey.
Seventh Precinct-John Mott, J. Keller,
Henry G. Thomas.
PABISB OK ST. STEVEN'S.
Eighth Precinct-Allen Gardner, D.
Clark, Robert T. Artson.
p.viusn OK ST. JAMES', SANTEE.
Ninth Precinct-Dr. L. V. Wagner, C. J.
V. Wilson, Alexander Baxter.
DISTRICT OF COLLETON.
PABISB OP ST. IIAUTHOI.OMK.W.
First Procinct-R. Waterbury, John Win?
gate, Charles H. Price. v
Second Precinct-Gcorgo N. Little, Wm.
O. Weston, W. J. Fishburne.
Tbird Precinct-Joseph E. Glover, Maj.
R. H. Willoughby, raul M. Toinsett.
Fourth Precinct-J. R. Spoights, J. it.
Terry, Henry James.
ST. OEOROK.'s PABISB.
Fifth Precinct-S. Kingmau, Thos. Gcl
zer, J. A. Saaportas.
PAUISU OK ST. PAUL.
Sixth Precinct-W. R. Hovt, Wm. Day
tou, Wm. H. Gray.
Post of Hilton Head.
DISTRICT OF BEAUFORT.
Samuel A. Gooley, Wm. G. Reed, Robert
Small, C. H. Wrigbt, Wm. T. Bennett, H.
S. Taft, H. G. Judd, Wm. Cantwell, Geo.
Curtis, Henry Sharp, James C. Cohen,
Charles W. Lewis.
Pott of Georgetown.
DISTRICT OF GEORGETOWN.
Dr. Henrv F. Horiot, Samuel R. Carr,
Zuddock Bullock, William Boyd, jr., H. W.
Webb, D. D. Rosa, J. B. Anderson, Robert
Kongdon, T. W. Dickinson.
DISTRICT OF HORRY.
Thoa. C. Dunn, E. T. Harrison, Wm. H.
Johnson, Geo. Averill, Geo. Moore, Ed. C.
Powell, James E. Floyd, John Sanders,
Wade H. Parker.
Post of Darlington.
DISTRICT OF WILLIAMSBURG.
JOB. Scott, Philip Holler, Rev. W. H. Sin
?letary, K. Gwinn< L. Donath, J. F.
lakely, John C. Mi ats, Rev. B. Joiner,
Alex. J. McKnight.
DISTRICT OF MARION.
H. Manheim, Robert Collins, N. B. God?
dard, Evan Lewis, W. E. Miller, Alexander
Godboid, Rev. Joel Allon, John A. Barre,
DISTRICT OF DARLINGTON.
J. S. Fillsbrown, C. J. Conoy, B. Parnell,
H. M. Parrott, Elijah M. Hill, Francis A.
Thomas, A. W. Thompson, Stephen Jett,
E. A. Burgo.
DISTRICT OF MARLBORO.
W. H. Boyce, Frank H. Eaton, George
Hopkins, Jos. S. Thomas, J. L. Easterling,
Calvin Smith, James Covington, Alexander
Newton, George Hood.
DISTRICT OF CHESTERFIELD.
Brent Johnston, Wm. Fullortou. H. G.
Gray, John M. Smith, Henry J. Maxwell,
Henry L. Shrewsbury, John W. Swinney,
Benjamin Crowley, Malcom McColemau.
Post of Sumter.
DISTRICT OF SUMTER.
Ezekiel Keels, W. C. Bruce, J. J. Cogh?
lan, Hosea Wilson, James L. Dean, C. M.
Hurst, James M. Johnson J. J. McKollar,
J. W. Weatberrv.
DISTRICT OF CLARENDON.
E. G. Dubose, W. J.Clark, P. M. Gibben,
Robert Beckett, M. Kcllv, M. D., John F.
Garsjdo, W, J. Gibson, Powell Smythe, D.
Post of Aiken.
DISTRICT OF BARNWELL.
Beaton Smith, Edward A. II. Oakloy, A.
A. Miller, Wm. Hammoll, Joseph H.'Mo?
limina, E. P. Stonor. G. D. C. Lange, / . S.
Marshall, W. L. Ball, Charles G. Morba
chor, B. H. Norland, Wm. M. Caro.
DISTRICT OF EDGEFIELD.
Levi Hill, J. R. Bee, Prince Rivers, J.
McDovitt, J. McKenna, Laurence Kane, D.
McKimme, B. M. Lamar, Robert Groen.
Post of Columbia.
DISTRICT OF ORANGEBURG.
John II. Cornelson. G. W. Sturgeon,
Thaddeus Hnbbell, J. H. W. Brigman, ir.,
Johu L. Baldwin, Dr. L. D. Radzinaky,
i Francis* DoMare, A. J. Ostrauder, William
Bennett, ll. Turner, Francis Dellars, Henry
DI8TBIOT OF KERSHAW.
I Joseph J. Richardson, Joseph M. Gayle,
-: -r>-~s,r- ?2??; 'v *_ ?J^i, ... -,'?-rV
Levi P. ChampUo, Wm. E. Turnor, Solo?
mon A. Benjamin, Columbus Shiver, John
A. Boswell, rheo. Crang, Hugh Young.
DISTRICT OP RICHLAND.
Joseph H. Denck, M. J. Calnan, Dr. F.
W. Oreen, James Brown, Adolph Feining
er, J. White, W. B. Nash, N. B. Edwards,
DISTRICT OF LEXINGTON.
Dr. J. N. Boozer, Henry M. Gross, John
S. Hendrix. Dr. 8. R. Lewie, Jacob W.
Lowman, Charles Hutto, John H. Arthur,
Levi Gunter, J, J. Derrick, John W. Coog
ler, Rob?rt Bouknight, Geo. W. Hyslop.
Pott of newberry.
DISTRICT OF NEWBERRY.
James F. Glenn, James E. Peterson, A.
Harris, Abr. Wesson, T. M. Jenkins. Al?
fred Donson, Jared E. Smith, Joseph M.
Ward, W. D. Reeder.
DISTRICT OF LAURENS.
F. C. Roso, A. B. Poole, F. W. Gaylord,
W. Pollard, David Blakelv. William H.
Poole, P.D. Elliot, Granville C. Ornea,
DISTRICT OF ARBEVILLE.
John A. Hunter, James Martin, J. C.
Beal, J. B. Melford, James Clark, George
Dusonborry, Hutton Lomax, Rev. Valen?
tino Young, D. P. W. Connor.
Post of Anderdon.
DISTRICT OF ANDERSON.
John W. Clark, Bailoss Hicks, Peter Mc
Faile, J. B. Rogers, Jesso Pickerel, 8.
Westmoreland, W. Spencers Moore, Dr.
W. J. Milford, Dr. J. L. Crumlev.
DISTRICT OF GREENVILLE.
Solomon Jones, Absalom Johnson, Wm.
Robertson, John Dill, Samuel Tinsley,
Henn Raines, A. W. Folger, Wm. C. Kel?
lett, james M. Allon, R. W. Goddard, John
T. Cureton, A. Cobb.
DISTRICT OF PICKENS.
Alox. S. Briggs, Luke Ariel.8amuol Bur
dine, Rev. T. 1$. Waldon, W. F. Parker, W.
S. Woolbrigbt, A. B. Grant, Walter Wood?
en, W. F. Mitchell.
Post of I nion viii*-.
DISTRICT OF SPARTANBURG.
Samuel T. Polmer, John Thompson, J.
M. barnet, John Anderson, J. T. Wood,
Moses Wakefield, Silas Benson, Dr. J. H.
Shores, B. H. Steadman.
DISTRICT OF UNION.
Hampton Huckaby, Jesso Mabry, T. J.
Gault. James Orr, R. G. Otts, Jefferson
Whitlock, W. T. Sim, S. Choab, R. Knight.
Post of Cheater.
DISTRICT OF YORK.
P. J. O'Connell, F. A. VValker, E. E. Caf
fray, Hugh Simpson, H. A. D. Neely, Leroy
Cook, Matthew Williams, J. A. J. Graham,
W. J. Cullender.
DISTRICT OF CHESTER.
W. Ferguson, John A. Marion, W. M.
Walker, W. B. Drennan, John Hood, U.
Morrison, Gcorgo McCormick, John, A.
Hafner, W. F. Farlov, T. P. McKeown, A.
W. Smith, Rev. G. M. Pickett.
DISTRICT OF FAIRFIELD.
L. W. Duval. Jaiv.es M. Daly, T. P. Ox
ner. Thomas Jordan, S. B. Lumkin, John
S. Douglass, Richard Cobean, Dr. W. B.
Teake, Daniel R. Kirkland.
DISTRICT OF LANCASTER.
Dr. W. C. Armfield, George Sinclair,
I Dudley M. Ussery, Alfred Andrews, J. T.
Copeland, F. K. Brumnictt, H. L. Beek,
R. lt. Thompson, Janies L. barr.
The Registers hereby appointed will be
j immediately notified by tho Post Com
I manders, to whom they will report at once
for tho necessary books and blanks.
All communications from Registers will
be addressed to the Tost Commander.
Orders and instructions will be transmit?
ted to Hoards ot Registration through thc
liv command of Major-Genoral D. E.
Sickles. J. W. CLOUS,
Capt. 83th U. S. Iufantrv,
A. D. C. and A. A. A! G.
Official: J. W. CLOUS, Capt. :isth ?In
fantrv, A. D. C. and A. A. A. G.
July 2<\ 1_
Important to House-keepers.
REVOLUTION IN THE PRESERVING
OF FRUITS, Ac. FRUIT-PRESERV?
ING SOLUTION. It is a perfect anti?
septic, the cheapest and best method in
tho world for preserving all kinds of Fruits,
Jellies. Spiced Fruits, Tomatoes, Cider,
Wine, Milk, some kinds of Vegetables, Ac.
It saves sugar; it saves the trouble of
sealing: it saves the expense of sealing or
air-tight jars or cans; it is 50 per cent,
cheaper than any other method. It will
preserve milk sweet from 12 to 36 hours
longer than it will naturally keep, with a
result of furnishing more cream and mak?
ing moro butter in warm weather or in
warm climates. Ono bottle will preserve
128 pounds of fruit, or 48 gallons of wino
or cider, or 128 gallons of milk. Warrant?
ed to contain nothing injurious to health.
Full directions for using accompany each
bottle. It is chea)), healthful and effect?
ual. For salo bv
FISHER ? HEINITSH, Agents,
July 18 Druggists.
SOMETHING NEW 11
CALL AMD SEE !
MY stock of Goods ^^^^-^
has been materially j<!7^S
_gadded to during the past week, and
, am now prepared to show an oxcollent
stock of JEWELRY. Also, WATCHES.
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, otc. "Tip-top"
GOLD PENS-tho best manufactured.
Persons desirous of haviug thc hair of
deceased frionds or relatives presorved in
enduring stylo, can havo it MANUFAC?
TURED into RINGS, BREAST-PINS or
EAR-RINGS, handsomely or plainly orna?
OW REPAIRING of all kinds faithfullv
attended to, and at PRICES TO SUIT THE
At J. Sulzbacher A Co.'s,
Assembly street, opposito Market.
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
June IT. ALFRED TOLLKSON.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS-a
new and valuable compound, possess?
ing extraordinary powers over tho organs
of the liver and stomach, making it a po?
sitive remedy for dyspepsia or indigestion
and a liver i?vigorator. Try a bottle. For
sale wholesale at his prices.
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Druggists, Agents, Columbia.
JUST received, a nico lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cents per yard.
Juno in ^ALFRED TOLLESON. _
WHEAT AND FLOUR. ~
IWILL pay tho HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired.
June 15 ALFRED T0LLE80N.
New York Advertisements.
jomn?AVoaEQOR & co.,
178 ?rad 180 Pearl Street, Mew York,
IMPORTERS, Manufacturers ?nd Dealers
in INDU. SCOTCH and KENTUCKY
HAGGING, GUNNY BAGS and BURLAP,
suitable fur Wheat and Corn Sacking; also,
a Urge and complete stock of Bale Rope,
embracing Western machine-made Hemp,
Manilla, Flax and Jute, Baling Twines,
etc., all of which they offer at fair prices.
July 24 2mo_ _
GEO. C. DUNBAR^
Banker, and Commission Broker
IN SOUTHERN SECURITIES, Tele?
graph and Express Stocks, County, City
and Town Bond?, Gas Stocks and miscel?
laneous Bailroad Securities. No. 7 WALL
STREET, NEW YORK.
MW Refers to Dr. John Fisher and Col.
L. D. Childs, Columbia, S. C.
July 19 3mo_
21,23,25 AND 27 BROADWAY, N. Y.
OPPOSITE BOWLING GREEN.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to thc traveling public.
Tho location is especially suitable to mer?
chants and business men; it is in close
proximity to tho business part of tho city,
is on tho highway of Southern and Wcat
oni travel, and adjacent to aR tho princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depots.
Tho Stevens House has liberal accom?
modation for over 800 guests; it is wollfur
nishod, and possesses every modern
improvement for tho comfort and enter?
tainment of its inmates. The rooms hav?
ing been refurnished and remodeled, wc
are enabled to offer extra facilities for the
comfort and pleasure of our guests. The
rooms are spacious and well vontilated
provided with gas and water; tho attend?
ance is prompt and respectful, and the
table is generously provided with overj
delicacy of tho season-at moderato rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 31 fimo Proprietors.
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.
NO. IC WALL STREET. NEW YORK
MONEY received on deposit from banks
bankers, merchants and others. Or
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex
chango by a member of tho firm. Consign
mentB of Cotton solicited. April b
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOBN R. CECIL.
CYIU-S J. LAWRENCE. _ WM. A. HALHTEI
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOl'ivDB'
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Centro street, (come
jf Reade street, ) Now York. The typ
on which this paper is printed is from tb
?hove Foundry. Nov 18
A Truly Wonderful Medicine!
OEISlTSirS QIEE.YS DELIGM
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen'i
TH ii symptoms of Liver Complaint a:
uneasiness and pain in thc right sid
and soreness upon touch immediate
under tho inferior ribs; inability to 1
upon tho left side, or, if at ail, a draggii
sensation is produced which serious
affects respiration, causing, very often,
troublesome cough. Together with the;
nyinptoms, wo per?oive a coated tongu
acidity of tho stomach, deficiency of pe
spiration, and sometimes a aympathet
pain iu the shoulder, with a groat dispoi
tion to sleep, and depression of spirit
and sometimos sores in tho mouth
throat. These symptoms, if pormittcd
continue, will eventually produce conaum
tion, the most banclul of all diseases.
Tlie symptoms of Dyspepsia are varior
those affecting the stomach aro nausc
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust f
food, sometimes a depraved appetii
sense of fulness or weight in thostomac
sinking or fluttering in tho pit of the si
mach, sour eructations, coated tongi
acidity of tho stomach, hurried and di
cult breathing, Ac.
The svmpatbetic affections aro very
versified-cold feet, pain or weaknt
through tho limbs, swimming of tho bei
sudden tluahcs of heat, Ac.
Tho use of tho QUEEN'S DELIG1
should bo persevered in until every ayn
toni of Dyspop.ua has vanished, and boa
is entirely restored.
Derangements of the Liver an
Are sources of insanity. From dison
or obstruction, a morbid action of thc sj
pathetic and other nerves follows, and I
functions of tho brain aro impaired t
deranged; derangement there will a
produce disease of tho heart, skin, hu
and kidneys. It is owing to the sa
causo that thousands die with Chole
Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that m
baneful diaeaso, Conanmptiou.
Tho origin of numerous casca of C
sumption is impaired digeation; and ma
many cases of supposed Conaumpt
could be entirely cured by tho uso of
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, aa tho emaciati
debility and cough attending weakness
the digestivo organs are so near alli?e
tho symptoms of Consumption, that
one disoase is frequently mistaken for
It ia a well-established fact that f
one-half of the female portion of
population aro soldoin in tho enjoymor
good health, or, to usc their own oxp
sion, "never feel well." They arelan':
devoid of all energy, extremely nen
and liavo no appetite To this clas
invalida, the Queen's Delight ?H espea
recommended. Their peculiar tonie
invigorating properties render it in va
hie in auch easer. Thc patient should
mediately discs- d all pille and powder
they only weaken tho system, andreao
tho uso of tho Quoon's Delight, the ii
riable result of which will bo a strong
hearty constitution, a disappearance o
nervousness, a good appel tte and a pei
restoration to hoalth.
Weak and delicate children aro n
strong by using tho Queen's Delight,
fact, it is a Family Medicine; it can bo
ministered with perfect safety to a o
three months old, tho moatelelicato fer
or a man of ninoty.
MW Bo enro and auk for "HELilTF
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" none other ia gt
i ri e. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists
July 9 Columbia, S. i
SMALL HOUSE FOR SAXE
MTHE PRESBYTERIAN MISS
CHAPEL, on the squaro South ol
Asylum; suitable for a small fai
residence. Apply to B. L. r.n VA
United States Marshal's Sale.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
Kaitlin Zemanskyrs. Epstein <fc Zemansky.
BY MCKAY A. CAMPBELL,
By virtue of a writ of rt. fa. to me directed,
from the Honorable tho Judge of the
District Court of South Carolina, in the
above case, I will exposo for sale at
public auotion, at tho well known store,
South-east corner of King and Went?
worth streets, in tho city of Charleston,
commencing on MONDAY, July 29, in?
stant, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF SAID
DBY GOODS STORE, comprising Fancy
Dress Good?, Freuch Merino*, Silks,
Black and Colored Alpacas, Empress
Cloths, DoLaines, Calic?es, Aa, Ac. Im?
ported White Goods, viz: Linens and
Linen Lawns, Tablo Linen, Pillow Casing,
Sheeting, Towelling, Crash, Ac, Ac.
Jaconets, Bishop Lawns, Organdies, Ac,
Ladies', Misses' and Gent's Hose and
Half Hose; also Kid, Lisle Thread, Cloth
and other Gloves, of English, French and
German manulacturcs; also, Cloths, Cassi
meres, Tweeds, Satinets, Jeans, Ac.
French Broche, Merino and Woolen
Shawls, Ladies' Cloaks, comprising
Basques and Sacks in Silk, Black ana
Fancy Cloths, Flannels, White and Co?
Domestics, comprising Brown Home?
spun, Long Cloths, Shooting, Striped Os
naburgs, Denims, Linscys, Ac, Ac.
Roady-mado Clothing, Gent's Felt and
Wool Hats; also, a largo and choice as?
sortment of Yankco Notions, Ribbons, Em?
broideries, Hoods, Scarfs, Nubias, Neck
Ties, Handkerchiefs, Dress Trimmings,
Catalogues on Saturday, 27th instant,
can bo had of McKay A Campbell, Auc?
tioneers, 13G Meeting street, and at the
store on tho morning of salo.
TermB cash. J. P. M. EPPING,
July 26 1 United States Marshal.
?T ust Received,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A NEW SUPPLY OF
THE abovo GOODS were purchased at
the late GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo sold VERY LOW.
M. L. KIN ARD.
TO SOITllERX MERCHANTS!
BOCK ISLAND COCOS*
IF you desire to supply yourselves for the
FALL and WINTER TRADE, with the
VERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
All-wool Cassimer es!
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics ?
AU free from shoddy and other impurities,
Order Samples from the subscriber, and
they will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed,'during the months of July and August.
From theso samples yon can make your
selections and return your orders; and the
goods will bo forwarded directlv from the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Bock Island Manufac. Co.,
Juno 2 4mo Charlotte, N. C.
IN TnE PRICE OF
Clothing ! 1
AS is our usual custom at
the close of each season, we
now offer our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS.
It. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
N. B.-We aie daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
ALARGE stock of STRAW and FELT
.lune 18 ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE ROOM over tho store cf Thomson
Earle. A;>ply to
April 19 ALFRED TOLLESON.