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LIVERPOOL, August 6.-Mi?. Davis
arrived last night
I, IfflWi It?ro?.
CHARLESTON, August 6.-Arri\ ed
brig Annie Bathelder, New York.
SaikA-Eoiiooner Jonas Smith, New
MONTGOMERY, August 6:- In tho
Senate, to-day, a bili was presented
providing for the Legislature to oast
the electoral vote of tho State. It
met with so oaiioli opposition, tfie
matter was postponed till to-morrow.
A Senator having received a number
of letters from the K. K. K., a lively
discussion was the result.
%n the House, the Senate bill
removing all political disabilities rest?
ing on oitizens of tho State, wat
called up and postponed till to-mor?
ATLANTA, August 6.--The eleotioE
for Staid Oui Ou r.s took place to-day,
Entire Republican ticket elected,
A hill was presented to-day for ar
election of municipal officers fot
Augusta, to relieve the present null
NEW YORK, August 6.-There ar<
several cases of yellow-fever in th<
hospital ships at quarantine. Capt
Recd, from Cienfuogos, and one o
his boatmen, died of black vomit
YOKOHOMAV. JAPAN, July 4.-Th
Stotabashi family were defeating th
Southern oonfodeiationistB nt ever;
point. Yeddo atf<V Yokohoma wer
again under Stotsbashi's control
He had refused the Tycoonate. Th
office was then offered to Romesabc
ro, a boy six years old and one of th
three branches of tho Loknkaw
family, but his father refused th
honor,' stating that he denied th
authority of tue Mikado to appoir
the Tycoon. The Mikado is now
prisoner at Kioto, and is in charge <
the Mia High Priest.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 6.-Ji
panese advices represent the seaso
unusually wot. Tea and silk marke
dull. Tue Tycoon is generally su
cessful in military operations again
Affairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, August G.-Tho Pr
indent has accepted Rollins* resign
tion; without any remark on tl
condition which he still holds. Tl
acceptance is mere formality, it
said, and does rot change the situ
Gen. Burbridge is pressing for t
office, and it is said ho has assurau
from several Senators, that they w
proteot tho President in deali
promptly with Rollins, in Burbridge
No authentic information regal
ing executive intentions respecti
Federal intelligeuco in the Louisia
Internal revenue receipts to-d
General Grant will bo absent un
the middle of September, and v
probably accompany tho Indi
Peace Commission, which Sherm
has summoned Westward.
Evarts returned unexpectedly, n
had a prolonged interview with 1
President first, and then with ?
McCnlloch. It is understood tl
Evarts took strong grounds agai
Rollins* removal, except on terms
his resignation, or by suspension
cause under the tenure-of-office I
He threatened, otherwise, to wi
draw from the Cabinet. Meantii
Rollins is utterly obnoxious to
President and McCulloch. It is sr
however, that Rollins has modii
the terms of his resignation; and
the same authority, it is doubl
that General Jeffries will succeed.
Tho Democratio majority in K
tucky rules 70,000.
Affairs In Tj?ulalana.
STATE OE LOUISIANA,
NEW ORIIEANS, August 1,186?
To his Excellency Andrew John;
President of the United Slates.
SIR: I have the honor to forw
to you, by Lieut. Col. John
Deane, of my staff, tho joint res
tion adopted by the General Ass
bly of this State, on the 1st day
Augast, 18G3. I also enclose wit
a petition from a number of tho fl
prominent and influential citizen
North Louisiana, sotting forth
horrible outrages that are daily b<
^perpetrated in that portion of
State, to the Governor; with a le
from the Hon. G. W. Hudspeth,
torney for tho Eighth Judicial ',
triot, showing tho state of af
that exists there. I also send o
letters and papors, showing cle
that in many of tho Parishes t
exists no protection for the citiz
and that men aro shot down in
roads, in their homes and elsowl
without a question being aske<
any stops taken to bring tho off
ors to justice. Tho Judgo of
Twolfth Judicial District refus
go to tho Parish of Franklin, n
a force is sent with him to pr
him from violence; and he is no
noxious on personal or poll
grounds, for in politics he wai
posed to the new Constitution
is a life-long citizen of the fe
The sheriff of the Parish of Fi
lin, a Democrat, has resigned,
fessing his inability to make
arrests, or discharge the duties <
office, on account of tho conditi
affairs there. Prominent Union
- . ' 1 r
in the Parish of Oaddo write mo that
their homes are beset by desperadoes,
and that their ? lives and property
have thus far been saved from de?
struction only by armed men, who
volunteer to guard them. As you
will seo by the letter of Mr.
Hudsp?th, the District Attorney for
the Eighth District, m?n, women
and ohildron have recently been mur?
dered in the Parish of St. Landry,
by bands of armed men, who remain
thus far .unpunished ana unmolested.
The enclosed newspaper, a Demo?
cratic journal, published in Madison
Parish, shows clearly the condition
of affairs there. In corroboration of
the statements contained in the peti?
tion of Judge Crawford, Judge Noyly
and other gentlemen, of North Loui?
siana, from the very best informa?
tion, Mr. President, I have no
doubt that 150 mon have been mur?
dered in Louisiana in the last month;
and half startling as this statement
is, letters cf the most i diable charac?
ter fully confirm it. There seems to
be a settled determination on the
part of those men who adhered to
the rebellion, to either kill or drive
away the Union white men and lead?
ing colored men, so as to be able to
terrify tho masses of the people into
voting as they shall dictate. There
is a secret organization throughout
the State, known as the "K. W. C.,"
the full details of which, questions,
oaths, Sec., Colonel Deane will ex?
plain to you. It i? founded for the
purpose of placing and keeping the
colored people in a condition of infe?
riority, and with a view to this end,
contemplates and designs the preci?
pitation to conflict between tho two
Many prominent citizens of the
State aro leaders in it. Its members
aro sworn under oaths of the most
binding character, to carry out the
purposes of tho organization, how?
ever desperate, that their leaders may
adopt. It has now transpired that
the men which threatened tho Legis?
lature somo weeks since, were only
prevented from enacting the scenes
of tho 30th of July, I860, by the
presence of the United States troops.
It was tho deliberate determination
to assassinate tho Lieutenant-Gover
nor and Speaker of tho House of
Representatives, for having decided
questions preliminary to tho organ?
ization of tho General Assembly, in
a manner obnoxious to them. There
aro military organizations on foot in
this city, under tho auspices of this
secret organization, and they drill
openly in our streets, at night, or in
halls easily to bo seen. In short, I
fully believe that there is meditated a
bloody revolution, tho certain fruit
of which would be long continued, if
not hopeless confusion, disaster and
ruin to tho State. The presence of
Unit? d States troops, in my judg?
ment, is necessary to prevent this.
Tho organization of the militia is of
very questionable expediency; inas?
much as it will be, under tho present
excited state of mind, a political
party armed to support tho Govern?
ment against another. I wish to ar?
rest this, if possible; and respect?
fully request your Excellency to put
two regiments of cavalry, a regiment
of infantry, together with a battery
of artillery, under the command of
some competent officer, with orders
to co-operate with mo in repressing
disorder and violence, arresting
criminals and protecting tho officers
of tho law in trying thom. The
breaking up of all secret political
organizations, and a few examples of
condign punishment of offenders,
will secure pence in tho State, as
soon as the great excitement attend?
ing the present political campaign is
I have tho honor to ht very re?
spectfully, your obedient servant,
H. C. WARMOUTH,
Governor of Louisiana.
GRANT'S TIUATJ TRIP-A SPEECH ON
NATIONAL AFFAIRS AT ST. JOSEPH.
At St. Joseph, Missouri, on Thurs?
day, General Grant, accompanied by
his poor relation, Dent, and by Gen.
Sheridan, raado an important und
lengthy address upon national affairs.
Tho World gives the oration in full,
ORANT'S ANNUNCIATION OF HIS POLICY.
I return my sincere thanks for this
HIS OPINION ON RECONSTRUCTION.
I have been traveling for two
weeks, overy day.
WHAT HE THINKS OF FINANCE.
And most of tho timo at night over
CONCERNING NEORO SUFFRAGE.
Visiting this Western country,
which I am now seeing for tho first
THE GLORIOUS FUTURE OF OUR COUN?
I am fatigued, weary, dusty and
unable to addross you.
A MAGNIFICENT PERORATION.
I thank you, but I cannot speak to
you this evening.
At this point the eloquent gentle?
man concluded his exhaustive and
convincing addross, and tho audience
dispersed with the most tremendous
cheers for ?oymour and Blair.
Tho African slave-trade still exhi?
bits signs of vitality. Eighteen slave
vessels were captured by the British
squadron on tho East coast of Africa
during 1867. In this service, one
vessel, the Highflyer, seems to have
particularly distinguished herself,
having made no lees than ten of the
. FINANCIAL AND C09ULBRCIAI..
NEW YORK, Angust? C-Noon.
Money easy, at 3@4. Sterling 10.
Gold 49*?. Virginia's new 53%;
Tennessee ex-?uupouH 63%. Flour
15.25. Wheat 3@5o. better. Corn
lc. better. Mess pork 28.18-16. Lard
firmer-stenm 18%@19. Cotton dull,
at 29%. Freight? dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and shade
lower; sales 800 bales, at 29@29)?.
Flour-superfine State firstname.lastname@example.org?;
common to extra Southern 9.50(5}
10.85. Wheat steady, at noon's ad?
vance. Corn closed quiet and droop?
ing. Mess pork heavy, at 28.75?
30. Lard-kettle 19%?19%.
BALTIMORE, August 6.-Cotton no?
minally 30. Flour active and firmer.
Red wheat email@example.com. White and
yellow corn 1.35. Mess pork 30.00.
M CHARLESTON, August 6.-Cotton
dull; sales 43 bales-middlings 28. !
Receipts of the week 17 bales; sales I
219. Exports to Great Britain 604;
coastwise 835. Stock 2,869.
AUGUSTA, August 6.-Market dull
and weak; sales 28 bales-middlings
SAVANNAH, August 6.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middlings 28>><@29; |
no receipts; no exports.
NEW ORLEANS, August 6.-Cotton
dull; middling 27^-sales 33 bales.
Gold 50)?@51. Flour quiet and
firm-superfine firstname.lastname@example.org; treble
extra 9.25. Corn firm, at 95?1.05.
Mess pork firm, at 30.50. Bacon
firm-shoulders 13j-a; clear 17*<>.
Lard tending upward-tierce 18'.?;
LONDON, August 6-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 94??@94K< Bonds 1\%.
LIVERPOOL, August 6-3 P. M.
Cotton irregular-uplands 95u'@9^;
LIVERPOOL, August G-Evening.
Cotton has a declining tendency;
sales 10,000 bales-uplands 9;50'.
GRAND MASS MEETLNG.-It is pro?
posed to hold a grand mass meeting
of tho up-country Democracy, at this
place, on Wednesday, 19th instant.
Gen. Hampton and others will deliver
addresses, and tho occasion should
bring forth a large attendance of the
yeomanry. The committee of ar?
rangements announce tho programme
in another column. Instead of a
barbecue, such as in olden times
brought together vast concourses of
tho people, the popular plan in
vogue at tho North hos been deter?
mined upon, and a "basket dinner"
will entice the hungry and satisfy tho
crowd expected. Everybody should
como prepared to BUpply "all the
world aud the rest of mankind," and
contribute to tho substantial plea?
sures of tho occasion, and especially
is this incumbent on tho citizens of
Anderson District, whose hospitality
will suggest a liberal provision for
our guests. But let every ono come
to hear tho gifted orators, and lend
their enthusiasm to swell the mighty
chorus of a people determined to
rescue their Statu from political
thraldom. Wo trust that our frieuds
of the Districts named in the call
will heartily unite in this demonstra?
tion, and that brethren of the press
will publish the cull and urgo a gene?
Thero has just been nando another
important change in European geo?
graphy. Austria henceforth disap?
pears from tho list of sovereign
States, and its place is taken by the
Thero is no risk in predicting that
wo shall not have to wait long for ad?
ditional changes, both as regards
Austria and other States.
[New York Tribune.
The Natio7ial Intelligencer, speaking
of Mr. Tift and General Young, says
"that these gentlemen should not be
confounded with tho carpet-baggers.
They aro native Georgians, men of
character and intelligence, and will
faithfully represent thc true interests
of their people. "
Julian Philips, a colored black?
smith, who was appointed justice of
tho peace by Holden, does not value
the honor very highly, and says ho
knows more of his trade than of law,
aud can mako a living without tho
aid of an office, which he has not the
ability to fill.
The New York World puts the
case neatly, thus: "Tennessee is re?
constructed. Tennessee isbaukrupt;
oan't mcot her July interest, mut
wants troops; can't bo carried for
Grant without 'em. Let us have
In Michigan recently thirty-five
men went into a harvest field to cut
grnin. About 10 a. m., no less than
sixteen of them had been sun-struck,
tho majority of whom died under the
exposure. Such an instance of
wholesale casualty has hardly a
parallel in tho history of this country.
We aro pained to learn that Mr.
James Robinson, a citizen of York
District, committed suicide by hang?
ing himself to a tree, on Tuesday,
the 28th ultimo. Tho deceased, for
sometime since, had been'laboring
nnder insanity.-Chester Standard.
RARE OCCURRENCE.-A cow, be?
longing to Mr. Johu N. Young, of
this District, gave birth to twin
calves on the 15th of June, ultimo.
Up to date both wore doing well.
Stock is scarce and a rapid inorease
in this lino is desirable.
j ..Jflora Temple, now twenty-three
j yea? old, io atill living, and this1
i spriug has presented her owner, Mr.
I Welsh, at Chestnut Hill; Penhsyl
I vania, w*th a fine foal, iii form and
oolor a miniature edition of herself.
I It is said that Joe Brown is going
to Washington, to contest the elec?
tion of the Georgia Senators, , on the
ground that they were voted for by
Tho farmorsjof the North-west are
in the midst of the harvest, but they
find it. almost impossible to obtain
sufficient help. Five dollars a day
and board are now offered for hands. 1
Dr, Peters, who killed Confederate
General Earl Van Dorn, for too as?
siduous attention to Mrs. Peters, has
re-taken that lady again to his hearth
and heart. '
Brick Pomeroy has mode enough
out of his paper to erect a large hotel
in Lai Crosse, and he is so investing
it. The cost will be $150,000.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
cation will bo made, in three months
from this date, at tho State Treasury, for
n. renewal of Certificate of Stato Stock, I
No. 62, dated November 27, 1867, to U. B.
Mills, or assigns-tho original of which
has been lost or destroyed.
R. B. MILLS.
AUOUBT 4,1868._Aug 7 fm26
Statement of the condition of the North
American Fire Insurance Company, of
Hartford, on the Ut day of July, 1868,
made to the Comptroller-General of the
State of South Carolina, pursuant io the
Statute of that State.
GEO. HUGGINS, AGENT, COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE name of tho Companv is NORTH
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COM?
PANY. It ia located in Hartford, Connec?
ticut. \ J i
The amount of rta Capital Stock is *600,
The amount of hs Capital Sto<?k paid
up, in cash, is $300,000. I
Tho asaeta of tliexCompany are as fol?
Cash on hand and in the bauds 0
of agents.V.$30,597 07
Real Eatate unencunihered,
United States Ronda.A... 253,835 00
Bank Stocks in Banks fn New
York, Hartford and Post?la. . 125,802 45
Mortgagee on Real Eatate unfii
enmbered, first lio?.\. 4,000 00
Other debta, well secured.y 5.041 71)
State of Michigan 6 per centA
bonds./.\ 13.300 00
Total aaaets..r.*4\j5,4i)'J 31
Loaaea not cine . . ?4i,897 30
r _ " -, AVM. C. HASTINGS, pJea't.
tL-8-J J. ii. PIERCE, Sec'y. \
STATE OF/CONNECTICUT, COUNTY OF HAKT
FOBD, as. MABTFORO, July 15, 1868.-Per?
sonally appeared before mo WlLLIAjYC.
HASTINGS," -President, and JOSEPH^B
PIERCE, Secretary, of the NORTH AME?
RICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
and made oatb that tho foregoing state?
ment, by them subscribed, ia a true, full
and correct statement of the affairs of said
Company, and exhibits, so far as ascer?
tained, at thia date, ita actual condition
on the 1st day of Jnlv, 18G8. Before me,
SILAS' CU APMAN.JB.,
[L. s.l Notary Public.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent,
Aug 7 1* Columbiu, S. C.
FREE OMNIBUS FARE.
AG N E W ' S
vC?s--. ?.line of OMNI-.
are thc only authorized conveyances to
carry passengers from the Railroad Depots
to NICKEBSON'S HOTEL and tho CENTBAI.
HOUSE, free of charge. Passengers will
please take this line, as by taking Joyner's,
or any other convey anco, they icill have to
pay their otrn fare.
WILLIAM A. WRIGHT,
Superintendent Nickerson's Hotel.
D. B. CLAYTON.
Proprietor of Central House.
Broad River Bridge Company.
AN adjourned meeting of the Broad
River Bridgo Company will bo held
at Messrs. Beardon & Copeland's, at ll
o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, the 10th inst.
Stockholders are earnestly requested to
attend. Wo would also bo pleased to sec
present all others who feel an interest in
tho reconstruction of our Bridgo.
R. O'NEALE, JB., Sec'y pro tem.
MR. GEORGE VROMAN, formerly
PORTER at Niokerson's Hotel, is no
longer connected wah lue uuuiu.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
Attention Architects and Surveyors.
THE subscriber has on hand for sale at
a low price, a fine COMPASS, CHAIN,
T SQUARE and DRAUGHT BOARD. An
earlv call will secure a bargain.
Jilly 31_W. T. WALTER.
Raisins, Figs, &c.
?)K BOXES Layer RAISINS, line order.
SJ -J) jg Hdlf Drums choice Smyrna FIGS.
6dozon Assorted JELLIES.
3 dozen Canton GINGER. For sale by
Joly 2? E. <t G. D. HOPE.
I ? \ DOZ. Crosse ft Blackwell's Engliah
1_\ 9 PICKLES, CHOW-CHOW and PIC
20 dozen American PICKLES, Capera,
Pickled Lobster, Pine Apples in glaea and
cans, Ac For salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
5BBLS. Exton's Trenton BUTTER
10 boxes Edinburg Crackers,
10 boxes Coffee Crackers,
15 boxes Jumbles,
15 boxes Soda Crackers,
5 boxes Tea Cakes.
For salo by GEORGE SYMMERS.
_ July 80_._
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN.
THE subscriber would inform Planters
that ho has commenced tho GIN
business again, and can fill a few orders.
Those in want of Gius would do well to
speak early, as a limited numbor will bo
made. Pried $3.50 por SAW. Terms cash
or city acceptance. E. MORRIS.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips?
A ND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE.
f\. at G. DIER0K8.
Sugars on baud. . July 18
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
WOULD inform his FRIENDS and
PATIENTS that he will bo absent
from the city, on baal ->es, for a week or |
two. On his return he . ill, as heretofore,
execute, in the most approved manner, all I
operations appertaining to DENTISTRY;
and will, as hundreds can testify, extract1
teeth without pain, by use of Nitrous Oxido
or Laughing Gas._July 25
Fresh Bin cuit ard Crackers.
OA BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for salo
??V3 low by_E. & G. D. HOPE.
, FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
TAINTING and Decorating, Parter
?f?Sgf Hanging, Ac, executed v?.th
neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING and general House Re?
pairing. Oftice on Boundary street, ono
square East of Main. _July 26
" FAMILY BOAP.
B? arrangement with Mr. R. C. Shiver,
wo have obtained the Agency of tho
SUPERIOR WASHING SOAP sold by him
for some months past. A full supply is
now on hand and will be furnished to his
and our customers at 2u cents per bar.
This is decidedly the best Soap in Columbia.
July 23_J. & T. B. AGNEW.
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS'.
Central Ice House,
NEXT door to Central Hotel, Plain
street, Columbia. Parties taking a
specified amount of ice daily, can have it
delivered at their doors. City monoy
taken for one-half of ico sold. In cases of
Bicknoss, ice can bo had at any hour of the
night. Ordore from country solicited.
July 19 Imo_D. B. CLAYTON.
Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
-| f~\ HHDS. of prime quality, for salo
XJ low by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Summer Tonics and Invigorants.
Chesnut Grove Whiskey.
For sale bv FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 22 t_Druggists.
Ale and Porter.
3CASKS Bass A Co.'s PALE ALE.
3 casks Younger's Sparkling Edinburg
2 casks Brown Stout London Porter.
For sale bv GEORGE SYMMERS.
Air-Tight Fruit Jars.-Steam Con?
ANEW, convenient, perfect, cheap pre?
serving JAR, which secures all the
advantages of moro coatly Tins and Jars,
and easv in method. A few dozen for salo
by FISHER & HEINITSH,
July 14 j_, Druggists.
Enameled Preserving Kettles,
ENAMELED and PLAIN SAUCE PANS,
FURNACES, Ac, Ac, just received
and for sale, low, bv
July 24_; FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FINE Sugar-cured Breakfast STRIPS.
Fresh LEMONS and NEW FLOUR.
G. DIERCKS, at Seegcrs' old stand.
Kerosene ! Kerosene ! !
5BBLS. FRESH KEROSENE OIL for
bale low, bv the barrel, or at retail, by
July 19 . J. A T. R. AGNEW.
HIGHLY PERFUMED ENGLISH HO?
Highly Perfumed Variegated Soap,
Chemical Olive Soap.
For sale bv GEO. SYMMERS. .
July 21 SSS
Ale and Porter.
-j (\ CASKS Jeffrey's Edinburg ALE.
1U 5 casks English PORTER. For sale
by __E. A G. D. HOPE.
BRLS. SODA BISCUIT.
" Sugar Crackers.
" Ginger Schnapps.
*' Butter Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
Bale by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTBACTOBS.
ALL work in the department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, ia cured by
using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight._
NEW FLOUR. NEW FLOUR. For sale
Juno 19 FISHER fr LOWRANCE.
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's Cliina Store.
J. CLENDINIJVG, - - - Proprietor.
s,# #1 ?%
HAVING thoroughly fitted up the above
establishment as a RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnitdi visitors with the
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in tho very best style, by one of
tho finest oooks in the ciiv. 8UPPER8
furnished at short notice. Families sup
Shod with OYSTERS at rcasonablo pricos.
hoico WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
constantly on hand. LUNCH overv dav at
II o'clock._Dec 10
" PINE TREE CORDIAL.
WISHART'S PINE TREE TAR COR?
DIAL, for Consumption, Ac.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina?
Ayor's Chery Pectoral,
Stanloy's Groat Cough Remedy,
The famous Quaker Liniment.
All for sale bvigHEBAHEINIT8H>
June ll _ Druggists.
Machine Oil and Belting. '
F?Mayft31b7 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
?<iww?iT?i? - M Tl?iimiii i? nulli gi i j i II
In the Distriot^ Court?.cif ?Vusted
States for the Distriot of South
In ike matter cf Levin, Davids <? Co.,
I D. C. PEIXOTTO St SON, AUOTIONEEBS.
PURSUANT to tho order of the Court,
in the matter aforesaid, to me direct?
ed, I will nell, at Columbia, on FRIDAY,
tho 14th instant, at the store-house, cor?
ner of Washington and Assembly streets,
the entire contunta of the said storehouse,
being tho stock in trade of the said Bank?
rupts, conaiatiug of DRY OOODS, BOOTS,
Shoes, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Sliscclla
ncoua Articles, Ac.
At tho samo time, tho unexpired term
of tho Lease of said storehouse, being
from tho day of sale to January 15,18C9.
Terms cash. Articles purchased tobe
removed at once.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Mesapngtr.
C. M. WILDER, Deputv.
Aug 4 _ifj
Seeds, Landreth's Seeds.
"TT7INTER DUTCH TURNIP SEED,
YT Ruta Baga Turnip Seed,
Large Globe Turnip Seed,
Largo Norfolk Turnip Seed,
Purple Top Turnip Seed.
For salo by FISHER A HEINIT8H.
5BOXES Choice Pine Apple CHEESE,
10 boxes Choice Gloucoster Cheese.
For sale by GEORGE SIMMERS.
Mackerel and Blue Fish.
5HALF BARRELS LARGE NO. 3
3 bbls. No. 1 Bay Mackerel,
3 bbls. Lako Superior Blue Fish.
For salo by GEORGE 8YMMER8.
July 17_. _
. Rio Coflee.
?T>K BAGS FAIR RIO COFFEE. For
j?*r f sale low to dealers.
Juno 14_E. Sz G. D. HOPE.
infiLBa- Pare Spanish SMOKING
100 lbs. Lono Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For sale low by E. Si G. D. HOPE.
Fresh Soda Biscuits,
AND other CRACKERS, just received,
and for sale low, by
July 14 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
Choioo Goehen Butter,
Yonng America Cheese,
Choico Breakfast Bacon Stripe,
Powdered Sugar, Sec.
For salo low bv GEO. SIMMERS.
New Family Flour.
2nrvrv POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY
,UUU NEW FLOUR, equal to any
made on tho Continent of America. For
salojjy_ E. & G. D. HOPE. i
? lll?lli ll?ilt?iiM TI?E undersigned fft
4? having removed his NM
.^??^^atock ol FURNITURE M?
to Main street, Wost side, opposite C. H.
Baldwin & Co.'s, will bo glad to soo his
former patrons and tho public gonorally.
Givo me a call. With increased facilities,
he is prepared to manufacture anything in
tho CABINET MAKING LINE, at short
nolico and workmanahip to please even
tho most fastidious. Particular attention
given to REPAIRING, PACKING and
JOBBING. JEROME FAGAN.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
iO? LOCATED on Washington street,
??next to Brennen A Carroll's, is now
?Bi under the sole proprietorship of the
undersigned. The beat of everything, in
tho wav of WINE8, LIQUORS, ALE, 8E
GARS, " TOBACCO, etc., kept on hand.
LUNCH everv day at ll o'clock. Give
him a call, and test the correctness of thc
assertion made above.
June 19 RICHARD BARRY.
New Flour! NW Flour!!
CHOICE NEW FLOUR, from Bookman's
Mills, just received and for Balo by
Jnno 24 J. St T. R. AGNEW.
5BBLS. Hocker's Self-Raising FLOUR.
For salo by
Julv 30 GEORGE 8YMMER8.
See! Call and See!!
large and weil
to bo suited in
the above ar?
ticles will do well by cabing at my store
before purchasing elsewhere.
On hand, with now lots continually arriv?
ing, the following lines of wares:
REPAIRING, in all its branches, neatly
executed, and with dMMtaMMr
Sign of tho Groen Spectacles,
Ono door below Phamix Office,
Main streot, Columbia, S. C.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can gct^BREAK
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample time
Dec 27 _ MARY A. ELKIN ft SON. _
I7<0R SALE by
. Maya2_ FISHER St LOWRANCE.
POLUTION CITRATE MAGNESIA,
Soda Powders, .
Chesnut Grove Whiskey,
For sale by
FI8HER A HEINIT8H,
June 5 Pharmacists.