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President Johnson'? Amntnly Procla?
WASHINGTON, September 8.-Tho
following proclamation was issued
By the President of the United States of
Whereas, in tho month of July,
Anno Domini 1861, the two Houses
of Congress, with extraordinary una?
nimity and solemnity, declared that
the war then existing was not waged
on the part of the Government in any
spirit of oppression, nor-for any pur?
pose of conquest or subjugation, nor
purpose of overthrowing or interfer?
ing with the rights or established in
stitutibns of'the States, but to defend
and maintain the supremacy of the
Constitution, nod to preserve the
Union, with all tho dignity, equality
and rights of tho several States unim?
paired; aud that as soon as those ab?
jects should be accomplished, the
war ought to cease. 1
And whereas, the President of tho
United States, on the 8th day of De?
cember, Anno Domini 1863, and on
the 26th day .of March, Anno Domini
1864, did, with ^he object of suppress?
ing the then existing rebellion, of in?
ducing all persons to returu to their
loyalty, and of restoring theai^t??iority
of the-United States, issue proclama?
tions offering amnesty and pardon to
all persons who had directly or ineli
rectlypartic?patcd in the then existing
rebellion,.except as in those procla?
mations was specified and reserved.
And whereas, the President of the
United States did, on the 29th day of
May, Anno Domini 1865, issue a fur?
ent r proclamation, with the same ob?
jecte before mentioned, and to the
ei?'' that tho authority of the Govern?
ment of tho United States might be'
restored, and that peace, order and
freedom might bo established; and
tho President did, by tho said last
montioned proclamation, proclaim
and declare that ho thoreby grau ted
to all persons who bad directly or in?
directly participated in tho theu ex?
isting rebellion, except as therein ex?
cepted, amnesty and pardon, with
restoration of all rights of property,
except as to slaves, aud excopt in cer?
tain cases where legal proceedings bad
been instituted, but upon condition
that such persons should take and
subscribe an oath therein prescribed;
which oath should be registered for
And whereas, in and by said last
mentioned proclamation, tho 29th
day of May, Anno Domini 1865,
fourteen extensive classes of persons
therein specially described, were alto?
gether excepted and excluded from
the benefits thereof.
And whereas, the President of the
United States did, ou the 2d day of
April, Anno Domini 1866, issue a
proclamation declaring that the in?
surrection was at an end, and was
henceforth to be so regarded.
And whereas, there now exists no
organized armed resistance of mis?
guided citizens or others to the author?
ity of the United States, in the States
of Georgia, South Carolina. Virginia,
North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi,
Florida and Texas; and the laws can
bo sustained and enforced therein by
the proper civil authority, State or
Federal, and the people of said States
are well and loyally disposed, and
have conformed, or, if permitted to
so, will conform, in their legisla
Mon to the condition of affairs grow
^Hg out of the amendnfent to the
Constitution of the United States,
prohibiting slavery within tho limits
and jurisdiction of the United States.
And whereas, there no longer exists
any reasonable ground to apprehend
within the States which were involved
in the late rebellion, any renewal
thereof, or any unlawful resistance by
tho people of said States to the Con?
stitution and laws of tho United
And whereas, large standing armies,
military occupation, martial law, mili?
tary tribunals, tho suspension of the
writ of habeas corpus and the right of
trial by jury are, in tho time of
peace, "dangerous to public liberty,
incompatible with tho individual
rights of the citizen, contrary to the
genius and spirit of our free institu
I tions, and exhaustive of the national
resources, and ought not, therefore,
to bo sauctioned or allowed, except
in cases of actual necessity for repell?
ing invasion or suppressing insurrec?
tion or rebellion.
And whereas, a retaliatory or vin?
dictive policy, attended by unneces?
sary disqualifications, pains, penal?
ties, confiscation and disfranchise?
ment, now, as always, could only
tend to hinder reconciliation among
the peoplo and national restoration,
while it must seriously embarrass,
?obstruct and repress popular ener?
gies and national industry and enter?
And whereas, for these reasons, it
is now deemed essential to tho public
welfare, and to tho moro perfect restor?
ation of constitutional law and order,
that tho said last mentioned procla?
mation so, as aforesaid, issued on the
29th day of May, A. D. 18G5, should
be modified, and that tho full and
benificent pardon conceded thereby
should be opened and further ex?
tended to a largo number of tho per?
sons who, by its aforesaid exceptions,
liovo been hitherto excluded from
Now, therefore, be it known, that<
I, Andrew Johnson, President of the1
United .States, do . hereby proclaim
and declare thnfc the fnll pardon
described in tho Said proclamation of
the 29th day of May, A. D. 1805,
shall henceforth be opened and ex?
tended to all persons who directly or
indirectly participated in the late
rebellion, with the restoration of all
privileges, immunities and rights of
property, except as to property with
regard to slaves, and except ip cases
of legal. proceedings under tho laws
of the United States; but upon this
condition, pevertholess, that every
such person who shall seek to avail
himself of this proclamation, shall
take and subscribe the following
oath, and shall cause tho same to be
registered for the permanent pre?
servation in the- same manner and
with the same effect as with the oath
prescribed, in said ' proclamation of
the 29th day of May, 1865, namely :t
"L-, .dp solemnly swear, (or
affirm,! in the presence of Almighty
God, that I will henceforth faithfully
support, protect and defend the
Constitution of the United States and
tho Union of the States thereunder,
aud that I will, in like manner, abide
by and faithfully support all laws
and proclamations which have beer
made .daring tho late rebellion wit!;
reference to the emancipation ol
slaves. So help me God."
The following persons, and non<
others, are excluded from tho bene
Mts of this proclamation, and of tin
said proclamation of the 29th day o
May, 1865, namely: 1. The ?hie
or pretended chief executive officers
including tho .President, the Vice
President, arid nil .heads of depart
meats of tho protended Confederad
or rebel Government, ?nd all wh?
were agents thereof in foreign State:
or couutries, and all who held or pre
tended to hold in tho service of th
said pretended Confederate Govern
ment a military rank or title nbov
tho grade of Brigadier-General, o
naval rank or title above that of Car.
tain, and all who wero or pretende
to bo Governors of States, whil
maintaining, abetting, or submittin
and acquiescing in the rebellion. ?
All persons who, in any way, treate
otherwise than as prisoners of wu
persons wdio, in any capacity, wei
employed or engaged in tho militai
or naval service ot' tho United State:
3. All persons who, nt the time tht
may seek to obtain tho beucfit of tl
proclamation, are in civil, militai
or naval confinement or custody, <
legally held to bail, as either engage
directly or indirectly in rheassassin
tion of tho lato President of tl
United States, or in any plot or coi
spiracy in any manner therewith co
In testimony whereof, I havo sign?
these presents with my hand, ni
have caused the seal of tho Unit(
States to bo thereto affixed. Do:
at tho city of Washington, the ?
venth day of September, one tho
sand eight hundred and sixt
seven. ANDREW JOHNSON.
By the President.
W ILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretary
?Ve iv s Kerns.
CHARLESTON, September 9.-Arr
ed yesterday-Steamship Emily
Sonder, New York ; brig Susan Vo<
hies, New York; sehr. Mattie Tab:
New York. Sailed-Steamship Mi
hattan, New York. Gen. Sickles v
one of the passengers.
Sailed to-day-Steamer Alban
LOUISVILLE, September 9.-Gi
Helm died yesterday, at his residei
near Elizabeth. His funeral will tt
place on Tuesday-just one week fr
the day of his inauguration.
WASHINGTON, September 9.-1
amount of gold certificates in
Treasury is 97,633,910.
cial figures of registration in Virgi
will be announced to-morrow. ?
whites number 115,157; colored 1(
490-white majority 13,667.
NEW ORLEANS, September 9.-T.
yellow fever deaths for the week e
ing yesterday amount to 219; den
in twenty-four hours, ending yes
day morning, 19; ending this mc
NEW YORK, September 9.-Dep
Revenuo Collector Allen, of Brc
i lyn, was arrested this morai
charged with fraud.
Tho report of au attempted rev
tion in behalf of Mosquera and
failure is confirmed.
Gen. E. P. Cooke, Secretary of
United States Legation at Santit
Chili, died on tho 6th of August.
Tho President of tho Argenl
Republic intends to head tho ari
Tho cholera is still raging badi;
some districts of Nicaragua.
Baker and Confectioner,
Oid Congaree Bakery, Lady street, nea
jg?Tfr The subscriber respectfully inf<
Bl Ills friends und tho public in gei
*?2??that ho is now regularly Rnkiu;
very best RRKAD, HUSK, CAKES,
Ho will furnish loaves weighing 10} ot
at 5 contd, and 21 ou.ices at 10 conte-u
is cheaper than any othor baker in th?
supplies. Ile pledges himself that <
tho price of ilii'tr still further deero
ho will INCREASE TUE SIZE OP
LOAVES. Call aud examino, and yoi
lind Iiis statement Correct. fiopl
W?lffe'i Belt leila m scimn ppi uro
all over the world by the physicians in
t FINASCI.VIi AND COMMEUCIAL.
NEW YORK, September 9-Noon.
Gold strong, nt 43 V?. Money 4@5
fier cent. Flour 15(a2Ho. better on
ow grades. Wheat 2(<j}3o. better.
I Corn 3@4c. better. Oats lc. better.
Pork firmer-mess 24.60. Lard 12%
((i l t. Cotton dull and drooping, at
26.!;? for uplands.
7 P. M.-Cotton easier, with sales
of 900 bales, at 26@26^. ' Flour
nct?70 and advanced 20@30c. ; sales
18,000 barrels; State $email@example.com;
Southern $9.50? 13.50. Wheat ac
I tive and advanoed 3@5o. Corn ac?
tive, with a large speculative inquiry.
Oats advanced lc. New mess pork
$24.75. Gold 43??.
CINCINNATI. September 9.-Flout
steady and in fair demand. Corn
firmer, at $1.05. Mess pork $25.
! NEW ORLEANS, September 9.-Cot?
ton market suspended, and no salet
reported; prices nominal, but tend
'ing downward. Sugar-fully fail
j 15?4. Flour quiet and firmer-super,
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull-mixed $1,20
white and yellow' $1,25. Oats dull
at 70. Pork in demand-round lot
$27. Bacon scarce and active-sboul
ders 15???l5??; clear sides
\ 20; sugar-cured hams 23(Vi,24. Gob
AUGUSTA, September 9.-Cottoi
quiet, but steady-middlings' 22}.?
sales 118 bales.
MODIEE, September '9.-Sales o
cotton to-day 100 bales; marke
quiet-low middlings .21.
SAVANNAH, September 9.-Cotto
flat and nominal, at 24 for middlingf
CHARLESTON, September 9.-Col
ton declined ??c.-middlings 28^(<
24 J.?; sales 68 bales; receipts 185.
LONDON, September 9-'Noon.
Consols 94. Bonds 73.
I LIVERPOOL, September 9-Noon..
I Cotton dull; ali descriptions d?clin?e
sales 8,000 bales-uplands 9%; O:
Columbia Wholesale Price? Curren.
J: Y rr?in-:n & L?WRAXCF. ?
APPLES-Per bushel.il 7
BAGGINO-Gunny, per yard. 3
Dundeo " . 3
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per ll?.... 2sv.:;
N. Y. or West, pr lb.. IG@2
BACON-Hams, per lb.20?2
Sides " ..19?2
Shoulders, " .1(S}?1
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. J
Countrv, " .Wrt.S
BBICKS-Ber 1,00!).10 00?12 0
COTTON YAUN-Per bunch. 1 ll
COTfON- Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . '
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40?!
Adamantine, ". i
Tallow, J? . !
COFFEE-Bio, por lb.25?!
Lagua^ra, " .35?
Java, " .40?
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... :
Skimmed, " ...
FLOUR-Super., per bbl. . 7 i
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 50?
Wheat, " .1 65?
Oats, " . 65?
Peas, " .' 1
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12$?
Green, " .
LARD- Per lb.16}(Q
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1
Scantling, .** .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 2
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.G0(?
New Orleans, ?' 1 00?1
Sugar House. " .... 1
NAILS-Per keg.7 00?
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1
OIL-Keroscno, per gallon.70? 1
Terebeno, " .
Sperm, M . 3
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 1
Sweet, .** . 1
RICE-Carolina, per lb.12i<?
Ettst India, " .
Silver. 1 28?1
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. S
Table, .? . f
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb.
Powdered, " .
Brown, " .13(
SPIRITS -Alcohol, per gallou. <
Cognac Brandy, " . !
Domestic ** .
Holland Gin, " . I
American " 14 . .
Jamaica Rum, " . i
N. E. ?? " . ?
Bourbon Wliiskey, .
Monongahela " .
Rectified M .
TEA-Groen, per lb.1 10?
Black, " .1 00?
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.
Smoking, " .50 (g
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon.
Cider, " .
French, " .
Port, per gallon.
Sherry, " .3 500
Madeira, " .
M LATH-Pork, per lb.
Mutton, " .
POULTBY-Turkeys, per pair...
Ducks, if .....
Chickens, " .
Geese. ** .
DR. AND MRS. ZIMMEKMAr
Institution fer Young Ladle
^Jfc^ (English, Classical and
/j r^fl&Y Illental,) will commence
sAwafflg-.PAY, Hoptomber 30, in
'?p^A few Boarders will be a
JEST^ modated, all on roast
<3?^ tornis. _Sept 10
CAMDEN', S. C.
lyttl^ THE subscriber
jB/ffiffl-*- Y pleasure in iuformi
JBli3BS3^ friends fU"1 tla> nuul
T' *^"\liffl^." i iillv, t hut ln> has rc
ed mo DKIVALB HOUSE, which hai
thoroughly renovated, and is now
for tho accommod?t ion of tho trt
publie, whose pntronage is rcspcctfi
licited. COACHES always in roadii
convey passengers to and from the
Tho Proprietor promises to do al
power for tho comfort of bis guests
.Sept 10 J. W. RODGERS, Propri
REPUDIATION OF THE Onu Rsa HTS !
BILL IN MAINE.-Not long ago, we
informed -you of a sooty-milk mar?
riage in these parts. How that a
negro, fuliginous as charcoal, took
for his better-half oue of Augusta's
daughters, as white as alabaster.
Wo took leave of them in jail, where?
in they hod been, thrust, charged
with fornication. Here is the sequel.
Having been indicted by the grand
jury, the parties were brought bofore
His Honor Judge James Walton,
who is now li olding court. "Are
you married to this woman?" asked j
tho Judge of Sambo. "Yes, sar.""
The straight-forward, honest nnswers
of Sambo furnished a heap of fun
for those in attendance. Out of his
own mouth ho stood convicted. But
delendnnt's counsel undertook to
show that under the Civil Rights Bill
the marital rite was enjoyed by
Pompey. The Judge could not see
it. What had the Civil Rights Bill
to dp with the statutes of Maine?
Did they not expressly forbid the
intermarrying of a negro -with a1
white person, and did not the magis?
trate who performed such a job lay
himself liable to a line of 8100? The
marriage was therefore null and \oid,
and tho twain must suffer the conse?
quences. But his Honor was consi?
derate. In view of the parties' ignor-.
ance of tho law they had violated,
he simply imposed a fine of forty
dollars each, with thirty day:/ impri?
sonment. We need scarely add, that |
our radical miscegenators aro exaspe?
rated at the result-Augusta, Mc.,
Cor. of the Boston Post,- 13th.
A young man, in Portland, Maine,
recently committed suicido by shoot?
ing himself tho night before the one
set for his wedding. Ho left a letter
stating that be could not muster up
tho courage necessary to assuming
the responsibilities of a married mau,
so ho quietly shot himself.
TUE IMPECHMENT QUESTION.-We
aro glad to be able to state that the
sentiment in favor of impeachment
that became so rife under tho in?
fluence of tho late remarkable oourso
of the President is subsiding rapidly.
Reports in Washington state that
tho Attornfey-General is ready to
issue un opinion arguing that Sickles
is individually liable for his inter?
ference with the property laws in the
A Wabash (Ind.) paper names al
baso hall club in that city, the
Base Ball Club.
The French Bourse and tho Moni
teur don't accord in their indications
. of war just now.
A pneumatic railway is in process
of construction between Newark and
Tlie construction of the Augnsta
street railway commenced yesterday.
The Pacific Railroad ho3 10,000
Chinamen in its employ.
Better deserve honor and not have
it, than to have it and not deserve it.
Store for Sale, and lot to Lease.
THE undersigned wishes to sell his
STOKE, on Plain etreot, with LEASE
OF LOT for several years. For particu?
lars, apply at his store, or to P. W. Kraft,
opposite Phasniz office.
September 8 3 F. A. SCHNEIDER.
~ LATEST STYLES.
JUST RECEIVED, at the "Industrial
Association," Ladies' Sacque Patterns,
of the latest style. Also, very beautiful
Braiding Patterns, for Yoke Dresses and
Gowns. A constant supply of Draiding
and Embroidery Patterns, suitable for all
Btylcs of work, can be had.
Remember, ladies, it matters not how
small may be thc purchase, every little you
contributo to this Association is so much
given towards the support of tho poor and
estitnteof our land._Septombcr 8
Kits of Fresh Mountain Batter,
JUST RECEIVED, and for salo.
Also, barrels of Soda, Ginger and Fu?
gar Crackers and Snaps, for saie by
Cor. Pendleton and Assembly sts.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand,
September 7 Below tho State House,
Soap and Candles.
rrK BOXES FAMILY SOAP,
I O 100 boxes Sperm, Adamantine and
l'arafino Candles. Just received, and for
salo low by the package, and at retail, by
September 7 J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS! -
ROCK ISLAND GOODS,
IF vou desire to simply yourselves for tho
FALL and WINTER TRADE, with tho
VERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU free from shoddy and other impurities,
Order Samples from tho Hnbscriber, and
they will bo forwarded, with prices attach?
ed, during tho months of July mid August.
From tlieso samples you can inako your
selections and return your orders; and tho
goods will bo forwarded directly from the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rock IslandMannfao. Co.,
June 2 tino Charlotte, N. Q.
BARLEY ! BARLEY ! !
WE WANT about 3,000 bushels of good
clean Barley, for brewing Lager
Beer. Tho cash will be paid on delivery,
nt market rates.
August 80 .r. C. SEEOr.Rfl A CO.
AVoHV* Schiedam Schnnpps have
been before tho American public for the
last eighteen years.
WHEAT AND FLOUR.
IWILL.pay tho HIOHE8T MARKET
TRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when.desired.
Bacon and Tobacco.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Country BACON
1,000 lbs. Kill Mein ?ck Smoking Tobacco.
10 boxes low-priced Chewing *.
8 bales 7-8 Heavy Shirting. For sale low
by ALFRED TOLLESON.
Wolfe's Schied-m Schnapps are good
for Gout._' _.'
FOB Till: BENEFIT OK THE
JU AID OV TUE
Suffering and Destitute Poor of the South
WILL TAKE FLACK IN
Washington^. C., Sept. 80,1867.
THE 1 'Ladies' Society in Aid of the Suf
fering and Destitute Poor of tho South'
would respectfully and earnestly call tin
attention of ibo generous public to tin
great distress and fearful Buffeting nov
prevailing in tito Southern States.
The public have already responded no
bly to tho call, but not to tho extent rc
qiiired to keep starvation from makinj
victims of many. Additional funds vane
bo raised at once; tho case is urgent. Th
Lady Managers, after mature delTboratioE
have decided to give a Grand National Eu
tertamniont, trusting to their active co
operation and sympathizing aid for tb
immediate supply ot means toonable thci:
to purchase and forward food to atarvin
thousands. The. Grand National Bntei
tamment will bo given at Washington, I
C., September 30,1807. 300,000 tickets wi
be offered for ?ale at $2 ouch. Half of tb
amount will bo iu valuable awards to. tb
holders, and the balance will be devoted r
once by the Lady Manager? to purchasin
food to" be sont South for immediate diatr
button among tho most needy. Tho Lad
Managen have entered into an arraugi
ment with Messrs. Bentley, Clark & Co. ?
superintend disposal of tickets and condui
the Entertainment in a manner worthj* tl
patronage and support of the nubile.
LIST OF AWARDS.
1. An elegant'Mansion on Fifth Ave?
nue, New York Oity; titles perfect,
deed deposited in Escro; actual
2. Twenty Thousand Dollars in 10-10
3. 1 entire set Diamonds, complete,
comprising Pin, Ear-rings, Brace?
let and Necklace-verv magnifi?
cent . 15.0
i. 1 set elcgantDiamondf , completo 12,0
5. 1 set Diamonds and Emeralds.. . lo.o
ti. 1 set Diamond Studs and Sleeve
7. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Ring. 5,0
8. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Pin.. 4,0
9. 1 Single Solitaire Diamond Stud.. 3.C
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin. 2,0
11 to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
$1,000 each. 5,C
IC to 20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches.
[Hunter's,] ?C00 each. 3,C
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunter's,] $500 each. 2,?
2G td 50. 25 Solitaire Diamond Rings,
$500 each. 12,1
51 to 75. 25 sets elegant Coral, com?
plete, $400 each.10,1
7G to 125. 50 sets elegant Gamete,
complete, comprising Bracelet,
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-rings and
Breast-pin, $200 each. 10,i
12G to 1,1-5. 1,000 Chromas, Artist's
1,126 to ti.225. 5,000 elegant Engrav?
?.22G to G.225. 100 sets Silver-plated
Tea Service, very heavy.10,
G,22ti to 10,000. Consisting of Writ?
ing Desks, Work Boxes, Photo?
graphic Albums, sets of Silver
??lated Forks, Fish Knives, Napkin
lings, Boxes, Ladies' Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Ac. ii
. Tho distribution will no superinten
by a Committee ot tho Honorary Memb
who, in giving their aid and aanctioi
this noble charity, will not only receive
confidence of tho publie at large, bat
warmest thanks nf the Ladies' Societ;
Aid of tho Suffering and Destitute Poo
Mfr SINGLE TICKETS, $2.00. "Cl
5 Tickets.$ 9 | 10 Tickets.
All orders or communications addrct
BENTLEY, CLABK _ CO.,
175 Fifth.Avenue, New. York City, or
222 Pennsylv'a Ave., Washington, D.
[P. O. Box 10.]
Mrs L W Jorome, Mrs Hyatt.
Mark Brumagim, A (J Bichareis
Janies Willcts, E C Carringt
E Underbill, M C Cogswel
James Darling, T K Tillinghi
II Shumau, M H Orinnel
A Frear, M K Shaffer,
Abrah'm Lincoln, 0 M Garriaoi
C N Chapin, A B Muck,
M Duncan, J C Barringt
J H Clark, M A Kello?g
Daniel Sloan, LeGrand Cai
W B Astor, A Ii DeForre
A T Stewart, L E Kenned}
August Belmont, B O Taylor,"
W Aspinwall, J C Fremont
Simeon Draper, Frank E Hov
A Lawrence, George Muni
K E Fenton. A E Burnsid
Mrs II C Murphy.
Major-General Philip H Sheridan, (
maiming Fifth Military District, N O.
Major-Gencral John" Pope, Cominan
Third Military District, Mobile.
Maior-Genoral J M Schofield, Comm
inc lirst Military District, Richmond
Major-Goneral E O C Ord, Commar
Fourth Military District, Vicksburg.
Major-General Daniel E Sickles, I
mauding Second Military Dist , Charlee
Ma jor-General John A Dix, United S
Minister, Paris, Franco.
Gov A E Burnside, Rhode Island.
Gov F II Picrpoint, Virginia.
Gov Thomas Swann, Maryland.
Gov J Worth, North Carolina.
Gov .1 Jj Orr, South Carolina.
Gov R M Patton, Alabama.
Gov Charles J Jenkins, Georgia.
Gov J Madison Wells, Louisiana.
Gov W G Brownlow, Tennessee.
Gov Thomas E Bramletto, Kentuck
Gov Isaac Murphy, Arkansas.
Gov David S Walker, Florida.
Mrs Laura Brooks, Mrs II Sherman
Mrs C Wadsworth, Miss M Duncan,
Mn Drake Mills, Miss Maria Moi
Mis E S Adams, Mrs James Ciar
MKS. HARLOW E. MATHE!
Secretary, 2U0 Fifth Avenue, N
KT Tickets for salo at tho PIK
Dew of thc Alp*. Udnlpho Wollt
agent for the above cordial, mannfac
in Geneva, Switzerland, is used by n
crowned hoads of Eurolie.
Bacon Hams and Shoulders.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I
will aell, at my atore, without reserve,
4 tierces Cincinnati Canvassed Hams.
2 barrels " " "
1 hogshead bright Shoulders. Sept 10
Dry Goods, in Variety.
By JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, 10th, at 10
o'clock, I will sell, at my Store, a? in
voico of Dry Gooda, among which are,
Bleached Shirting!?, 8 and 10-4 Sheetings,
Dreas Goods, Belt Ribbons,
Cuffs and Collara, Neck-Tics,
Shirt Fronts, HOM-, Sattiuetts,
Felt Hats-somo extra fine.
Pants and Coats, Ladies' Shoes,
And a varietv of Fancy Articles.
Sept 10_ _L_
By A. R. PHILLIPS.
On THURSDAY, the 12th instant, com?
mencing ati?i o'clock a. m., IwiU Bell, at
the residence of tho late Mrs. Fenton,
ono square South of the State House, on
RichardsH r street, by order of the Execu?
The Household and Kitchen Furniture
belonging to thq Estate of Mrs. Fenton,
deceased, consisting of Sofa, Mahogany
and Oane-Seat Chairs, Marble-top Centre
Table, Dining, Kitchen and Side Tables,
Sideboard, 1 large Mirror, Bureau?, Wash
StamUvBodateads, Wardrobe?, Mattresses,
1 largo Brussels Carpet, Blankets, dec, Ac.
Kitchon Utensils, lot of Crookery and
GlaBSware, and many other articles.
Terms at salo. . _September 8
United States Marshal's Sale.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
United 8tates rs. 22,01)0 Segars,\ Box To?
bacco, 1 Jar Snuft:
\D. C. Peixotto & Son, Auctioneers.
?y vendilionl exponas, to modirectod/from
tho Honorable tho Judge of the District
Court of South Carolina, in above case,
I will expose nt public auction, at the
Auction Houso of D. C. PEIXOTTO A
HON, in this city, on FRIDAY, tho 20th
instant, nt ll o'clock a. m.,
?S.boxes Segare-Lo Bouchot-100 in
box.' . ?
20 boxes Segars-Colorado Maduro-100
24 boxes Segars-Claro- .'00 in box.
9 " " Oscuro-100 "
24 " " Wigwam-100 "
IS " " Colorado-100 "
15 " " Claro-50 "
5 " " Maduro-50 "
15 " " La Rose-100 ?'
8 *? " Colorado-1Q? "
7 " " Claro- 1C? "
i? " ,: Maduro-J 00 "
3 " " Colorado Claro-1C0 in
24 boxes Segars-Maduro-50 in box.
24 " " Colorado-50 "
1 brtx Tobacco, 1 Jar Snuff. Terms cash.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal.
Per C. M. WILDER, Deputy.
September 5 t
Rcadv for the Soason, at tho SSS
Send your order to the
South Carolina Cotton Gin Wauchope,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
rilHEY GIN Faster. Cleaner and mako a
I better Sample than any Gins in the
country with th*) same power. They have
boen adopted by thc East India Cotton
Agency Company, by the Manchester Cot?
ton Supply Association, by the Viceroy of
Egypt, and by the Governments of Turkoy,
Brazil, Italy, Greece and India, in their
efforts to raise thin staple in their midst;
and their merits are even more fully un?
derstood by those using thom in our own
country during tho laut two years. They
are also warranted to give satisfaction, or
Corn Shellers, Feed Cutters,
PLOWS. CULTIVATORS, ?kc.
Wood's MOWING and
?j which have taken the first
premium at the Paris Ex?
The following gentlemen, to whom I
have recently sold these 'Machines, will
gladly testify to their merits:
Dr. B. W. Taylor, Columbia, S. C.
W. L. Mikell, Columbia, 8. C.
Gen. J. J. Bratton, Winnsboro, S. C.
M. E. DeGraffenreid, Chester, S. C.
O. C. Wells, Newberry, S. C.
.T. P. Kinard, Newberry, S. C.
J. P. Hitchers, Union,"S. C.
Ii. A. Lowrance, Saliabury.-N. C.
Terms accommodating. Address,
W. B. .?.OW HAN CK,
South Carolina Cotton Gin Warehouse,
Aug ll Imo Columbia, S. C.
A. It. COLTON, Proprietor.
PHONIX IRON WORKS,
Situated on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, opposite city Water Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLDSMITH & KIND, Proprietors.
AS thc FALL
^ proaches, tho
form tho pub?
lic in general,
their friends in
thev are still
manufacturing all kinds of IRON CAST?
INGS, such au Mill Work, Engine Work,
Agricultural Implements, Railings for
Grave Yardn, Cemetery Lots, etc.
Especial attention they would call to
their A NO. 1 SUGAR-CANE MILLS, of
Horse-power Wheels, for Cotton Gins.
Plates and Rails for Cotton Screws.
Grist and Flour-Mill Gearing.
Saw-Mills. A variety of patterns for
Houso Fronts, Window" Caps, and other
Ornaments, on hand. Machino Lathe
Work dono to order. Also, all kinds 0
RRASS CASTING. All >'f which are sold
at tho cheapest rah s, and nm de at short
notice. Sept 5 Imo
M. OOLPSMITU. '.. I;,NP- __
Wolfe*? Schiedam Schnapps are good
lor colic and pain in th?! stomach.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
fr HHDS. MOLASSE8.
O 3 barrels Boo Hive Syrup.
100 Fachs Family Flortr.
I August 23 E. ft G. D. HOPE.