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Friday Morning, August 83, JfCft.
Tho capitalists of Europe have
abundance of money,- which they
cannot employ or invest profitably;
yet they shrink from hazarding it,
not only in the Southern States, un?
reconstructed as they are, but even
in the "loyal" State of Tennessee.
One of the Nashville papers says
that a Mr. MoHaffee, of London, who
was sent last winter as the agent of
the English capitalists, to report
upon the question of investments in
the South, made a tour of observa?
tion throughout the Southern States,
and went as far as Houston, Texas,
and on his return to Europe, made
such a favorable report that the
parties agreed to advance ?1,000,000,
or about $7,000,000 in currency, to
be loaned in Tennessee. The agent,
in Iiis report, said that whatever
might happen in the other Southern
States, Tennessee was reconstructed,
and investments in that State would
But mark tho effeot of political
matters. A gentleman was selected
by the capitalists to proceed to New
York to perfect the arrangements
referred to; but,before ho sailed, the
nows reached England that Governor
Brownlow had called out the militia;
whereupon tho capitalists called a
meeting, which decided to detain
their agent for further advices.
Immediately on the heels of this
intelligence, tho news reached Eng?
land that the military reconstruction
bills had passed Congress, and that
Stovens' confiscation bill had been
made tho order of the day for the
second Tuesday in December next;
when another meeting was called,
and it was decided that it was not
safe to put their funds under martial
law, on security threatened with con?
If anything could illustrate tho
baleful effect of tho madness that
rules the hour in political u alters in
this country, it is tho statcmeul mado
by this agent and the justifiable
reticouco of tho capitalists of Lou?
don. For party purposes, the South
is thus deprived of tho means of re?
pairing her damaged fortunes and
rebuilding her waste places. But, as
any observant mau, either North or
South, must know, it is not alone
tho latter section which suffers from
our unhappy political situation. The
whole country, from Wall street to
New Orleans, feels the direful effects
of this unwarranted partizan inter?
ference with the best interests of the
people. Until Congressmen and those
in power come to the rational conclu?
sion that the good of the oountry is
far above party politics, we of the
South may look for no amelioration,
or aid, or relief, from any quarter.
THE Toon VICTIMS.-The New York
Tribune soys that Gen. Howard is to
bo tho next victim of the Adminis?
tration. Then follows Gen. Pope.
Tho President's organ accuses tho
former of circulating radical docu?
ments and establishing negro leagues,
and tho latter of holding the horrid
"sentiments that shaped the career of
tho terriblo Tartar of Asia, Genghis
Khan, tho destroyer-of ten millions
SIGNIFICANT FROM THE OltOAN.
Tho ITulional InldUycucer, of Wednes?
As to tho reports of tho removals
of others of the military satraps,
telegraphed from this city, we have
rio definite information. We are satis?
fied, howover, that no mau will bo
permitted to play tho monarch in this
country with impunity. With the
consent of Europe-wo ini^ht say of
tho civilized world-tho Monroe doc?
trino has become t ho settled policy of
this country in respect to domains on
this continent outsido of tho jurisdic?
tion of tho United States; and it
could hardly bo supposed that, in this
republic, men "dressed in a little
brief authority" will long bo allowed
to excrciso a despotism for which
tliey can lind no warrant even in tho
unconstitutional acts of Congress,
and which far exceeds in atrocity nny
tyranny in the old world.
Capt. W. T. McNelty, commander
of the steamor Pilot Boy, which plies
between Charleston and Beaufort,
has been tried and found guilty by a
Military Commission, of a violation
of Paragraph VIII, General Orders
No. 32, in refusing to grant a first
class cabin passage to a colored
woman, and has been sentenced to
pay a lino of $250.
SOUTHERN RAILROADS.-The report
of the Special Committee of the
House of Representatives of Con?
gress, appointed to investigate the
surrender of the Southern railroads
at the closo of the war, hos been pub?
lished. It is a carefully drawn np
document, and contains much inte?
resting information concerning tho
use, working and benefit of these
roads to the Go vern ment, as well as
the manner in which the ronds were
surrendered to tho original owners.
Secretary Stautou was examined, and
his opinion ou the subject being
asked, he gave it as follows:
My opiniou is now, that, although
the course pursued has not been fol?
lowed by all the good results that
were anticipated, yet the measure was
wise aud judicious, and the best
course that could have been taken by
the Government, with the facts that
were thea before them, and even with
the facts that are now before them.
I think good has resulted in opening
these channels of commerce, in get?
ting from the rebel States their pro?
ductions, and in furnishing them with
supplies, without which, there is ren
sou to believe, there would have been
starvation to a deplorable extent.
And, regarded as a pecuniary ques?
tion, if it could be estimated, I think
that tho benefit far exceeds the mo?
ney value of the roads and property
turned over; and even with tho expe?
rience aud the disappointment of an?
ticipated hopes as to the speedy re?
storation of peace that now exist, I
would not, as at present advised, be
prepared to recommend any other or
THE CABINET.-Tho Washington
correspondent of thc New York He?
"Gen. Grant has had a private
consultation with tho President, in
which he urged tho dismissal of
every member of tho Cabinet, in
order to create harmony between
Mr. Johnson and his advisers. The
General is known to bo particularly
hostile to Mr. Seward, whom ho re?
gards as too adroit and dangerous to
be trusted. He also fears that if the
Secretary of State is retaiued, he
will form political combinations in
Congress, through the agency of
Wade, to defeat any programme
which may bo adopted to restore fra?
ternal relations betweeu tho North
and South. It is deemed probable
that, should the General hold office,
he will endeavor to have Sherman
appointed to a place in the Cabinet."
IMPORTING COOLIES.-Tho New
York Tribune, of Tuesday, says:
Wc havo rccoived the card of a
Now Orleans firm, offering to supply
plantees and others with likely young
experienced Coolie laborers, who
have served out an apprenticeship iu
Cuba, and to deliver tho chattels in
New Orleans in prime order and con?
dition, and on ?short notice, at $G0
a head. The coolie traffic is forbid?
den by Act of Congress; but the Pre?
sident seems to have resolved that
the Louisiana planters shall do just
as they please in everything, and it
would hardly surprise us much to
hear that they purposed restoring
pure and undisguised slavery, now
that Sheridan is out of their woy.
WHIPPING OURSELVES.-Mr. Thad?
deus Stevens, in a conversation with
a correspondent of the New York
Herald, says that, nt the time of the
proclamation of a blockade of all the
rebol ports, he looked upon it as a
great blunder and absurdity, for if
the rebel States were still in the
Union, as the Government and him?
self then held, "we were blockading
ourselves." Yes; and so we were
fighting ourselves; burning and de?
vastating ourselves; performing hari
kari upon ourselves; tying ourselves
to a whipping-post, aud giviug our?
selves nine-aud-thirty, well laid on ;
pulling our own nose, and kicking
ourselves out of prosperity and free?
dom, oud finally taxing ourselves
with a debt so enormous that our
children and our children's children
may wish "ourselves" had never
"gone and done it."-Baltimore Sun.
EVERYDAY, at MCKENZIE'S SALOON.
Main street, near Lady. CANDIES,
Wholesale and retail. 'August 23 0
Fre3h Lemons, Raisins,
AND CU RUANTS, at
J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
5 barrels Ree Hive Syrup.
10? sacks Family Flour.
August 23 ' E. .V G. 1). HOPE.
SALT AND FKESH WATER PISH.
FINE FRESH FISH eau bo obtained at
Stall No. 14. in the Market, every Fri?
day morning. Frv.it anti Vegetables every
day. JAMES NESBITT. '
August -2 ) _
Wolfe's Sc birdum Sclniii|>]is ure imi?
tated and counterfeited, and nnrchasors
will have tn uso caution in purchasing.
mTHE largo and commodious RESI?
DENCE, on Senato street, St nth of
Trinity (Episcopal) Church, containing 13
large rooms, with gas, and oxtonsivo out?
buildings attached. It is admirably adapt?
ed for a first-class boarding house, and,
from its situation, is well suited for a
boarding school. Applv to
Ang 10 Imo Jf. S. McMAHON.
A bashful yoong man escorted an
equally bashful young lady home.
As they approached the dwelling of
the damsel she said, entreatingly,
"Johiel, don't yon tell anybody you
beaned ms hom?." "Sary," said he
emphatically, "don't you mind; I'm
as much ashamed of it as you are."
I pressed her gentle form to me
and whispered in her ear, if when I
was far away, for me she'd shed a
tear? 1 paused for some cheering
words my throbbing heart to cool,
and with her rosy lips, she said:
"Oh, Bill you're sich a fool!"
Registration has been progressing
quietly in our town since last Thurs?
day. * Up to yesterday afternoon, 691
names had been entered on the lists
38 whites and 053 colored.
The suspension bridge to bo bnilt
over East River, at New York, will
be the greatest bridge ever built
costing 86,000,000, and requiring five
or six years for its constrnction.
The wife of Hon. Benjamin Wood,
of New York, was found dead in bed
on Saturday morning. Heart disease
was the cause of her death.
A New York paper publishes the
fae1 that Queen Victoria's feet aro
large and clumsy. She should use
them upon tho writer.
The Queen of Prussia and Eugenie
aro very much smitten with each
other, and correspond regularly.
Bismarck winks at it.
Why do pantaloons of the. latest
style resemble men who make no
bequests? Because they have no
Out West, a sensitivo youug maid?
en, last week, poisoned herself be?
cause her sweetheart went to the
circu? with another female.
I take pleasure in giving the information
to my friends and thc publio in general,
and the rest of mankind, that I nm nearly
reconstructed, having REMOVED my
CONFECTIONERY ESTABLISHMENT to
Main street, next door lo tho corner of
Lady*street, opposite tlie ruins of Nieker
aon's Hotel, whore 1 shall bo happy to
serve all that call, with everything fresh
and good in my Uno.
August 23 fi JOHN MCKENZIE.
Wolfe'* St-li i cd a ni Sill na pps a IC a
preventive for chills and fever.
Cigars and Tobacco.
THE undersigned has just received, and
koops constantly on hand, a largo and
varied stock of CIGARS. Also, a large
snpplv of SMOKING and CHEWING TO?
BACCO, of all brands.
F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Aug 15 Plain street.
Georgia Cotton Gins.
THE subscribers, agents for Messrs. W.
G. Clemons, Brown A Co., of Colum?
bus, Ga., aro prepared to till orders for
their GINS, which comprise Single and
Double Cylinder, and adapted to either
water or horse power. rI hese Gins aro
made by a factory established over twenty I
years ago, and comprise all tho chief |
points of excellence, namely: SPEED,
LIGHT DRAUGHT and GOOD SAMPLE.
?3T Circulars sent when requested.
RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
GA C. RAILROAD BOND8.
. C. A S. C. Railroad Stock.
Now York Exchange
WANTED-C. A 8. C. Railroad Bouda
and Coupons. THOS. E. GREGG A CO.
Tomatoes, Peaches, Okra, Corn.
PRESERVE them for winter use bv
using tho PRESERVING FLUID jus't
arrived and for salo by
FISHE?t & HEINITSH,
Aug lfi _P??K?'8i8:
"I f\ BRLS. Kcroscno and Machinery
AU OIL, just received and for sale at
greatly reduced prices bv
Aug 4 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe'* Schiedam Schnapps arc good
for colic and pain in the stomach.
FOOD FOR CHILDREN,
PREPARED FROM WHEAT. It is
nlmost identical with milk in chemical
composition, and contains abundant sup?
plies of every element of bodily organiza?
tion. For sale bv
FISHER A "HEINITSH. Druggists.
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
FRESH SUPPLYJUB* received at
July 12 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
AND HER SON-an Historical Novel;
Christianity and its Conflicts; by Marcy.
Called to Account; hy the author of "On
Guard." 50 Couts.
No .Man's Friend-a Novel; by Robin?
son. 75 Cents.
Tho Doom, and tither new Poems; by
And other now publications, An sale at
McCABTEH'S Now Bookstore,
At It. L. BRYAN'S Old Stand,
August 17_ Mainstreet.
Harvey's Rat and Mice Paste.
CET IUD OF THE HATS.
HARVEY'S RAT PASTE exterminates
Rats, Mice, Roachos and Ants from
your store-room, corn houses or cribs,
your kitchens, your houses; saves you mo^
ney in providing for these thieves; a sure'
euro for these depredators and destroyers.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH*,
Aug 7 Druggists.
FIFTY bags now EXTRA FAMILY
FLOUR, m bags of 08 lbs. For sale
bv ALFRED TOLLESON.
Lord Byron Bimi : "Tho mechanic*,
and workingmen who can maintain
their families are, in my opinion, the
happiest body ofratc. Even poverty
is, perhaps, to be preferred to the
heartless unmeaning dissipation of
A French genologiwthas discovered
that Maximilian is descended from
Philip of Macedon, father of Alexan?
der the Great, but to allay jealousy,
he kindly deelares that all the Euro?
pean sovereigns are descended from
the same ancestors.
Report said that a lady at Cannes
was buried with her jewels on, and in
a few days after her corpse was found
stripped, in a thicket near the ceme?
A dark story goes that kegs of old
nails are throwu into the Saratoga
Springs at night to secure the flavor.
Glue and mackerel skins are also
The old gentleman who poked his
head [from "behiud the times," had
it knocked soundly by a "passing
Mr. Suooks says tho reason he
does not marry is, that his house is
not large euough to coutaiu the con?
"She only wore a single rose," ac?
cording to the song. Rather a light
costume. Tho wind wasn't probably
East that day.
The Buffalo police arc confiscating
bread of light weight for the benefit
of the poor. No inducement to bako
light bread out there.
A malicious correspondent tells of
a young lady at one of tho watering
places who has been nineteen for five
THE copartnership of BLE ASE A DUE,
in thc Tin and Stove Business, was
dissolved on thc 17th iust., by tho death of
John S. Duo. All persons having demands
against the firm will plcaso present them
without delay, and those indebted will
make payment to the undersigned.
Tho business will bo conducted by thc |
undersigned, in all its branches, at the
same stand. A continuation of tho liberal
patronage heretofore given to tho firm is
respectfully solicilod. II. II. BLEASK.
Aug 2!) ;:l
C O EN.
J QQQ ??fvx ELS We8torn WHITE
500bushels Western MIXED CORN. At
LOW PRICES for CASH by
COPELAND Iv DEARDEN.
Tho best Season to Plant Turnip Seed.
J" U.ST RECEIVED:
LARGE WHITE GLOBE,
RUTA RAGA. For sale cheap at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S, Druggists.
Twine, Rope, Iron Ties. Bagging.
6) AA LBS- TWINE, 50 coils ROPE.
??UU 100 bundles patent IRON TIES.
20 bales superior BAGGING, just re?
ceived. Planters will find it greatly to
their advantage to givo us a call before
Aug ll_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe'* S< Uli ?Iain Schnapps allOllld
bo in tho hands of every housekeeper.
THOS. E. GREGG & C0~
STOCKS, Bondi, Gold and Exchango
bought and sold. Omeo at GREGG A
HAMS AND BACON STRIPS,
JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.'S,
JUST recoived at
Aug ? J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
Bacon and Tobacco.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Country BACON
1,000 lbs Killickinick Smoking Tobacco.
10 boxes low-priced Chewing "
3 bales 7-8 Hcavv Shirting. For salo low
by ALFRED TOLLESON.
Aug 0 _
FLOUR! FLOUR! !
?7U?ESII-GROUND FLOUR, at wholcsalo
and retail, at
Aug G JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.'S. _
HAYING removed my FUR
NITURE business to tho Na-ni
_tjtional Express old stand, I KUI
would bo glad to seo my formor pa- 'T'
trons and tho public generally givo mo a
call, as I have a nico stock of FURNITURE
on hand, and will mako to order or repair
anything in tho Furnituro lino very reason?
able, and workmanship to please even tho
most fastidious. JEROME FAGAN,
'Washington st., bet. Main and Assem'y,
A few doors from old stand.
Aug 10 - Gmo
W'uli. '?; .Schiedam Schnapps is thc
purest liquor manufactured in tho world.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS!
PT rv LBS. CALOMEL.
OU 100oz. QUININE.
25 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
10 lbs. CROTON OIL.
5(? lbs. CHLOROFORM.
5 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
2011 lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1,000 lbs. f PSOM SALTS.
l.ooo lbs. I- LOR. SULPHUR
2,ooo lbs. BLUy STONE.
loo lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 lbs. COOKING SODA.
2,000 IbH. COPPERAS. For salo low by
risilKK .v ll 1.1N1TSH, Druggists.
Bartlett's Reversible Sewing Ma?
fl HIE m.ist perfect and siniplo machine
_L made, for stitching, hemming, tuck?
ing, braiding, *0. ONLY $25.
A new supply of tho UNIVERSAL
CLOTHES-WASHER AND WRINSER.
Price $5. JOEL KETCH UM, JR. A CO.,
July 30 i Agents.
Dew of the Alps-Udolpho Wolfo, solo
agent for tho above cordial, manufactured
in Goneva, Switzerland, is used by all tho
crowned heads of Europe.
POST OFFICE HOUBS.-The office ?H
open from 8?. ra. until 31.2 V- m.,
and from 6 until 7 p.m. The North?
ern mail closes at Sj J p. m., aud all
other maila close at 8 p. m.
We have been requested by the
Post Commandant, Gen. Burton, to
state- that his office hours are from 9
a. m. to 1 p. m. All persons having
business at headquarters will please
bear this in mind.
BUILDING DESTROAED BY LIGHT?
NING.-Wo regret to learn that the
barn of Mr. Daniel Hook, in Lex?
ington District, was struck by light?
ning, Wednesday afternoon, and
entirely burnt down. Two mules
one nt each end of tho barn-were
killed by tho Bhock. Mr. S. J. Hook
and his brother were reclining on two
bnles of cotton in the middle of the
barn, but fortunately escaped unhurt.
Tho cotton in the building was saved.
AND STILTJ ANOTHER.-Mr. McKen?
zie, having implicit faith in tho adage
of "the good time coming," so far as
Columbia is concerned, has removed
his confectionery to Greenfield's Row,
corner of Main and Lady streets, and
now occupies tho second store. His
stock of goods has been considerably
increased, and he is fully prepared to
attend to any and everything in his
linc, as he has every facility in the
way of work-shops, material, etc.
Ice cream will be furnished to-day at
the now stand.
Dr. Rogers, in his new book con?
cerning Scotland, tells a story of Ro?
bert Burns, never before published:
"Burns, at a public entertainment,
was scated opposite a foppish .young
nobleman, who, to evince his con?
tempt for one whom ho regarded as
a literary upstart, filliped some of his
wine in tho direction of tho young
poet. 'Wc do much better in our
country,' said tho bard, as ho raised
bis glass and threw the entire con?
tents in tho face of the aggressor."
Tho Scottish bard did not, fortu?
nately, live in an unreconstructed
State, modernly called a "military
district." There were no "Fort Ma?
cons" in Scotland at that time.
TEA SET TO RAFFLE.-A huudsomo
silver-plated tea set, belonging to an
unmarried mau, is offered for raille.
The articles can be seen at the Phar
nix office. Fifty chances, at $1 per
NEW MUSIC.-Wc are indebted to
P. B. Glass, Esq., for the following
pieces of new music:
Transformation Polka, from tho
"Black Crook." By Thomas Baker,
composer of the Black Crook Music.
With a colored lithographic portrait
of Mddle. Bonfanti, (in costume,)
the principal danseuse of the ballet
Storm Galopade. By Bilse.
Bells by Night. Words by J. W.
Montclair. Music by Louis Sell.
Tears-Idle Tears. Words by Al?
fred Tennyson. Music by B. A.
All of tho above are published by
Messrs. W. A. Pond Sb Co., 517
Broadway, New York. Mr. Glass
has a variety of other new pieces.
JOB PRINTING.-The Job Office of
tho Phoenix is as complete as any in
tho South. It is furnished with new
fonts of type of all descriptions and
of tho most modern styles. All work
executed promptly, with taste and
skill, and at reasonable ratos.
REGISTRATION.-Tho result of yes?
terday's registration was, whites, 33;
colored, 20. Th? number of voters
registered for tho week at the upper
box is, whites, 311; colored, -1-15.
Tho office of registration for the lower
wards will open next door to the Ice
House, this morning, at 9 o'clock,
and continuo for seven days. We
again urge every citizen, who is quali?
fied, to register.
In making the above report, wo
feel it our duty to compliment tho
Board of Registers for tho perfect
order which has prevailed around tho
office for the past week. Tho ap?
pointments were wisely made, and
we may safely say that, nt tho closo
of registration in this city, not a sin?
glo instance of disorder will have to
Mail Agent Schwarz sends us the
following returns of registration at
Riobard's Box, Greenville District,
August 21: Whites, 93; colored, 57
total, 150. Mayfield Box, August 19
and 20, whites, 72; colored, 43-total,
The New York Evening Gazette tells
of a man who lias cured himself of
dyspepsia by what he calls "hog
system"-taking a good usp after
every meal. The system is certainly
worthy of tria'.
Read TJdolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments in to-day's paper.
Snnriae is a great exhibition. Most
people iu cities are strangers to the
brilliant show. If it was 500 miles
off, and cost twenty dollars to get at
it, there would bo a big rush on ex?
cursion trains. Things at home don't
amount to a bunch of straw.
NEW ADV K. r. TISKMKNTS-Attention ia call?
ed to the following advertisements, w>icb
aie published this morning for tho first
E. Jr G. D. Hopo-Molasses, Ac.
J. C. Seegers A Co.-Lemon.-*, kc.
" " -Ice Cream.
A fino lot of Desirable Gooda have just
been opened by Mr. R. C. Shiver, who still
adhores to his popular principle of good
articles for little money. Head his adver?
tisement, and then examine the goods.
On or about the 10th of September next,
wo propose to movo our business stand,
and occupy tho "LARGE CENTRE
STORE," in Walker's Buildiug.Main street,
situated on the square opposite tho Court
House. Until that time, we will be found
at tho cid stand, still offering our great
bargains in Dry Goods.
July 31_R. C. SHIVER.
PARTIES who expect mc to? GIN their
COTPON will please notify me at once, and
Btato the probable time and amount to bc
Ginned. W. li. LOWRANCE.
Oats, Flour, Corn Meal,
"I PC A BUSHELS EXTRA FINE OATS.
WOVJ 10 bbls. North Carolina FLOUR.
30 bushels fresh-ground CORN MEAL.
100 bushels North Carolina CORN.
1,000 lbs. superior SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, [Durham's,J put up in 3 and 5-lh.
packages. Just received and offered cheap
by QRAESER A McJUNKIN,
Aug 22 2 Gervais street.
,. : Tn AT desirable COTTAGE RESI
r?rr DENCE, on Assembly street, next to
SiuLthe Catholic Church. Apply at this
?_nl'2?i_ An tr IS
Wolfe*. Schiedam Schnappaare good
A NOTHER-tho latest prc duct ion of
l\_ Miss Mublbach's peji.
Randolph Gudan, and other stories, by
"Ouida," author of Idalia, Ciliados, Ac.
Last Chronicle of Barset; by Anthony
Trollops with illustrations.
Youth's Historv of Great Civil War, for
1801 to 1865; by lt. G. Horton. Subscrip?
Globo Edition of Bulwcr's Novels, on
tinted paper, bound in green Morocco
cloth. Each novel sold separately.
Also, a number of Books in the German
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
KITS SHAD ROE.
Tierces Extra Sugar-Cured HAMS.
Tierces Pure Leaf LARD.
Firkins prime Goshen BUTTER.
Boxes English Dairy, New York State
Factory and Pine Apple CHEESE.
Genuine Imported English ALE and
Palo, Stearine, Chemical, Olive and a full
assortment of Fancy SOAPS, at reduced
C. ice TE A8-Oolong, Young Hyson, Ac.
C /FFEE-Old Government Java, Rio, Ac.
Fresh Tronton CRACKERS.
Now Country FLOUR, Extra Family, low.
Fresh Beat primo Carolina RICE.
Crosse A Blackwell's PICKLES, assorted.
French FRUITS, in Brandy.
MACCARONI, VERMICELLI, Ac.
Fresh Goods received from New York
and Baltimore hy every steamer, and of?
fered at lowest cash prices.
2 _ GEO. SYMMERS.
Aga? and Fever-Tho only preventive
known for chills and fever is the uso of
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps. *_
IT has come to our knowledge that per?
sons from the country and city, order?
ing that GREAT MEDICINE, the QUEEN'S
DELIGHT, have their orders filled by an?
other medicine, called Epping'a Sarsapa?
rilla. This ie a pernicious habit on tho
part of any druggist or apothecary to
make euch substitutions, and lt must ro?
tiert upon their pharmaceutical knowledge
to say to their customers that they aro the
same, when it is known they do not know
tho constituents of the medicino Queen's
Delight, as prepared by Heinitsh.
This is to caution the pooplo that "HEI
NITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT" is an en?
tirely different article-a new pharmaceu?
tical product and combination of roots and
gums, and is the only medicino that per?
forms so many extraordinary cures among
tho people. Over 1,000 bottles have been
sold at our storo in less than eleven
months, and tho demand increasing from
all parts of tho country.
Purchasers should he careful to ask for
"Heinitsh's Queen's Delight." This is the
name, l'h aso remember it-"Queen's De?
light." For salo by
FI81IER & HEINITSH,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Aug 18 _
Bacon and Corn.
211,000 pounds Clear Ribbed Shies.
20,000 '. Ribbed "
10,000 " Shoulders.
300 sacks Liverpool Salt.
2,000 bushels White Com.
20 bbls. New Orleans Molasses.
20 " Muscovado Molasses.
20 " West India Molasses.
20 bales Gunny Cloth.
20 coils half-inch Manilla Rope.
20 " Hemp "
1,000 pounds Hemlock Sole Leather.
500 " Upper Leat) ?r.
For sale by COPELAND A DEARDEN.
Julv 30 Imo