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PARIS, August 15.-Lord Napier,
of Magdala, was among the distin?
guished visitors wbo participated in
yesterday's review of the National
and Imperial Guard. The Frenoh
royal family were enthusiastically
cheered by the people. Mr. Henry
Rochford, of Lantern, has been sen?
tenced to pay ten thousand francs
and ono year's imprisonment.
The moniteur, speaking of the re?
cent Frenoh loan, says: Thirty-four
times the amount asked, has already
QUEENSTOWN, August 15.-Tho
steamer City of Baltimore, with Hon.
Reverdy JohuBon aboard, has arrived.
CHARLESTON, August 15.-r Arri ved
steamer Saragossa, New York;
schooner Matoaka, Richmoud ;
Bohooner N. W. Smith, New York;
schooner W. P. Thomas, Philadel?
phia; schooner W. F. dishing, Now
York; schooner G. C. Morris, Phila?
delphia. Sailed-steamer Charles?
ton, New York; steamer Sea Gull,
MONTGOMERY, August 15.-Tho
new Mayor appointed by the Gover?
nor was inaugurated to-day. The
new City Counoil als?) met. Tho
police force is half block, and many
of their officers aro negroes. The
old City Council and Treasurer were
There was a large Seymour and
Blair meeting to-day, at Wetumpka;
about 1,500 pursous present. Speech?
es were made by ex-Governor Watts
and other prominent gentlemeu.
ST. LOUIS, August 15.-Advices
from Solomon City, Kansas, report
horrible Indian outrages on tho Solo?
mon River settlement. Men wen
killed, women ravished, childrec
captured, stock taken off, and thc
country stripped of provisions.
Affairs In AVa ali In g ton.
WASHINGTON, August 15.-Lane
Commissioner Wilson issues a circu
lar, cautioning registers and receiver!
that three sections only can be en
tered in one township on coUeg<
Senator Abbott states that ove:
810,000,000 in Northern capital ha
been invested in North Carolini
siu.ee the war.
Internal revenue receipts 8378,000
FINANCIAL AND COM.HKKC1A!..
NEW YORE, August 15-Noon.
Flour and wheat dull and drooping
Corn lc. lower. Mess pork declined
at 28)?. Lard dull-steam 18%6
18%. Cotton firm, at 29J-.?. Gol?
46>?'. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton.firm; sales 1,20
baled, at 29}.<. Flour dull, and 66
10c. lower-State superfino 7.30(V
8.25; extra State email@example.com. Wheu
dull and 2@3o. lower. Com l@2c
lower. Whiskey activo and firmer
67@67>?. Mess pork 28.50. Lan
steady-kettle firstname.lastname@example.org-. Freights 1
shade better. Money firmer-call
(a>5. Governments firmer at close
Gold firmer-closing strong ut 467<
BALTIMORE, August 15.-Cotto;
quiet, at 29J?. Flour scarcely s
firm, but prices unchanged. When
dull-prime email@example.com declino 0
5c. Corn dull-white firstname.lastname@example.orgC
Oats dull-prime 80@S5; low grade
60?75. Rye steady, at 45@50.
CHARLESTON, August 15.- Cottoi
dull; sales of the two days 45 bales
middling nominal at 28; receipts c
the two days 91. 1 -u
AUGUSTA, \ Augujlr 15.-Cotto
market coutiuuesMpaay, but dui
sales 2 bales; prufM nominal; foti
stock in Augusti&fjjhd Hamburg 1,87
MOBILE, August 15.-Cotton mu
ket quiet; soles ?5; bales-middlinj
27>?. ..' ' Vj
NEW ORLEANS, August 15.-Cottc
quiet-middlings nominally 29; ri
ceipts 87. Gold ?6^. Sug r on
molasses steady, dull and u?change
Flour quiet-treble email@example.com
choice 14.25. Mess pork Bteady,
30. Bacon shoulders 14; clear 17?
LONDON, August 15-Evening.
Bonds 71 ??.
LwERPofe, August 15-Evening.
Cotton ot?sed buoyant aud high<
sales 20 jS0 bal??-uplands IOJ-4; C
FIRE.-On' Wednesday mornin
at about 3 o'clock, the citizens
Orangeburg wero aroused by 1
alarm of fire. It was Boon ascertni
ed to be th? fine store of Messrs.
J> Stockei' & Co., near tho railroa
wnicb, in spite of the efforts of th
mon and citizens, was speedily co
sumed. The firo was evidently t
work of un incendiary.
I Orangchnrg News.
PLAYED OUT.-Violet Williamsc
lato a shining light in the Virgil
Banjo Convention, hos had a tr
bill found against him for obtaini
money ander falso pretenses.
Ho aspired to a judgeship, but t
penitentiary will got him. Sic semi
Never enter a sick room in a sti
of perspiration, os the moment y
becocao cool, your pores abso
Do not approach n contagious dise
with au empty stomach, nor sit
tween tho sick and tho Aro, becui
tho heat attracts tho vapor. P
ventives aro proferublo to pills
THE FINANCES. -?Sigma, " (Henry
Sparnick, Esq.,) the Columbia cor-;
respondent Of the Charleston Chimer,
writes to that paper in referenee to
the finances of the State as follows:
"The demoralisation whioh pre?
vailed yesterday in the radical wing
of the Legislature, in consequence of
the veto of Gov. Scott of the bill to
reduce the bonds of public officers,
was intensified to-day by the divul
geuce of a faot that hos well nigh oc?
casioned a panic-no money can be
borrowed to pay tho expenses of tho
General Assembly and keep the ma?
chinery of State government in mo?
tion. And this in tho tooth of the
bill authorizing Governor Scott to
negoc?ate a loan of 8125,000, which
was hurried to its consummation by
tho legislativ^ crew who were raven?
ous for their per diem and mileage.
"When the Governor urged thc
adoption of tho loan bill, ho did sc
because ho had sagacity enough tc
realizo that putting tho bills receiva?
ble-the only currency of which thc
State could boast-on tho market, bj
issuing thom iu liquidation of thu in
debledness of tho treasury, and to paj
the Legislature, would undoubtedly
I cause them to depreciate to a point ai
which they would become unenrrent
and, when ho offered to eflect the loar
indicated as soon as proper uuthoritj
had beah granted him, he did so ii
good faith, and with tho assuranci
that money would be forthcoming
rbis, however, was at a timo whet
the Legislature had not only given n<
such glaring manifestations as it ha
subsequently dono of its inability ti
deni intelligently with questions o
finance, but bad also left undon
everything which savored so much o
indefensible stupidity as the meosur
which the Governor has justknockei
on the head. Step by step ns the;
have progressed with their reckles
legislation, Governor Scott has earn
estly remonstrated in private with th
leading members of tho General As
sembly, and time aud again, but i:
vain, until now, indicated what a da
maging effect it would have upon tb
credit of tho State. Latterly, th
more intelligent of their number hov
realized the wisdom of his suggestion;
but unfortunately they were bein
driven into the meshes and snares c
extremism by tho very party whi
they had first cracked, and which r<
acted from the ranks of the masses o
their best intentions and purposei
True, some effort had been made i
tho concusses to check the onwar
stride to financial embarrassment nn
perhaps ruin; and tho Governor i
person, aided by Sawyer and otheri
bad addressed them most earnestly o
this subject; but their warnings wei
without any avail, until yesterday
when they found that tho Executif
was determined to use his prerogat?
without fear, even if it cost him tl
painful exposure of the poverty of tl
State, whioh has sinco been made. ?
tho veto carno in, and close on its bee
tho discovery that the loon bill wi
not worth the paper on which it wi
written. The solution of this pe
ploxing difficulty is better to be foun
in tho want of public confidence o
cosioued by the reduction of bonds <
the State officers; and tho legislatic
undertaken to accommodate to tho!
officials to their positions, than in at
other causes. I say this, because
was well understood that up to tl
timo tho proposition was made to pa
tho bill which has just been vetoe
Gov. Scott had assurances that a loi
could bo readily effected fer the use
tho State. As soon, however, as
became probable that this measn
would pass, capitalists withdrew; ai
now resort must bo hod to tho iss'
of bills receivable, which will u
doubtedly cause their deprociatiou
oxact proportion to tho expenditur
of tho State until taxes, cnn be ci
lected. Even the hope of a loan
$25,000 for sixty days, which had be
held out by a certain banking firm
yonr city, backed up by T. J. Robe
son, has vanished into the air by t
withdrawal of that Senatorial spec
lotor. A reaction has already tak
place in favor of a conservativo pc
AFFAIRS IN MISSISSIPPI. -aftssiss
pi is suffering every kind of, puuii
meut which radical muliguity c
deviso, becauso of her rejection
tba."Constitution" proposed fori
by the scallawags and negroes. C
of theso punishments was expelli
Governor Humphries from bis ofl
and installing a Federal soldier in
stood. This soldier, too, seems
do all ho can to moko the punishm
as unbearable as possible, and ea
cises his ingenuity to discover ev
indignity he eau to hoop upon !
pooplo of Mississippi. One of
latest performances in this direct
was toitako forcible possession of
gubernatorial mansion, turning
tho family of . Governor Humphi
for tho p'urp]cwe.\? After thus gett
Eossession- of''tn'?f'dwelling, ho foi
im8clf nnabhrtor furnish it, and
if in mero spite, ho hasrontedont
broad parlors for billiard-rooms, i
its long passages for ten-pin alic
And now, soys a correspondent, "
Stato mansion in which Mississi
Governors wero accustomed to <
ponso hospitalities in tho nomo of
Commonwealth, is convorted int
Position is everything-positioi
a comma, for instance': "There'
divinity which shape's our ends rou
hew them as wo will."
General Grant recently paid a visit
to Kentucky, was in several Counties,
and made one or two speeches.
Wherever be was seen, the Democra?
cy made extraordinarily large gains.
Can't the Democracy manage to get
General Grant to travel around the
country and show himself?
The dog that wakes np from a sound
slumber and looks about bim for a
better position, turns round and round
a dozen times or more, and finally
lies down in tho same place, is a per?
fect typo of thousands of persons
whom we meet in the daily walks of
A clergyman in Springfield, Moss.,
who has the habit of adding **ah" to
many of his words, recently spoke to
his congregation of "those who have
been brought up on tho Lord's side
"Pa," said a little friend of ours,
"what's the use of giving our little
pigs so much milk? they niuke hogs
of themselves." Pa walked away.
A sporting man being solicited to
insure his lifo, replied: "He'd be
hanged if he'd play any game where
he had to dio to win."
Many mon who pretend to have
grains of good sense seem to hav(
scruples about using them.
An upstart threatened to post Gov.
Scott, a bravo Kentuckian of th(
earlier days, because ho refused t(
accept a c allengo from him. "Ver]
well," said tho hero, "yon post mt
as a coward, and then all tho men ir
Kentucky will know what I nov
know, that you aro a liar."
The grasshoppers recently ute U]
a half acre of tobacco for a man nea
Des Moines, and, when the owne
went out to look at it, they sat 01
tho fence, nud squirted tobacco juice
Heaven has killed its hundred
this summer, but the lightning o
the .stills slays its thousands and ten
of thousands, summer and winter.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Spartanburg ant
Union Railroad Company will b<
held at this place on Weduesday nexi
19th instant. A general attendanc
is desired. - Unionville Times.
The Now York Herald, of Tuesday
thinks that Seymour will bo elected
But it thinks that the parties hav
got the wrong men. Grant ought t
be iu tho hands of tho Democrat!
aud Seymour the nominee of th
radicals. What next?
So long continued and excessive lu
been tho heated term in Russia, thi
spontaneous combustion has take
place in largo beat beds, and vas
subterranean tires are in progress.
Prince Camille de Polignack, wh
was in the Western Confederal
army and rose to be a major-genera
has beou reatling a scientific pup<
on "Algebra" to the Mathematic)
Society of Loudon.
Bishop Janes asserts that tho Mi
thodists of the United States pai
last year $2,000,000 tax on tho ti
bacco used by them, while the
missionary treasury is $7G,000 i
Cholera is said to be terribly pr
valent on tho Barbary coast. lu 01
place over a sixth of tho populatio
of 3,000 died.
Over Mont Cenis by rail must 1
quite a new sensation. You trav
at twenty miles an hour, at plac
where you can look down 2,000 fee
only a foot of masonry intervenii
between tho abyss aud yourself.
Mosquitoes have appeared in gre
numbers in England, and John Bul
ire has been excited thereby.
The twenty-first anniversary of t
settlement of Salt Lake Valley w
appropriately celebrated by the M(
mons on tho 24th of July.
Nineteen couples were divorced
the Hartford (Ct.) Superior Coi
during the July term. .
Ono Augustus Monroe, who 1
been in jail in Des Moines, Io\
three months for larceny, was
leased on Saturday, and c?l?br?t
tho event by running off with 1
OrrosiTE.^-Tho St. Louis Dei
drat is a Republican paper; tho I
vannah Republican is a Dcmocrn
The Black Forest, near Wiesbad
Germany, is daily searched bj
squad of men appointed by tho (
vernment, to hunt up tho bodies
tho gamblers who havo commit
When Boston takes snuff, the p
pie all over the State sneeze "Ma.?
A spunky young lady, in Lewist
Maine, recently, severely throshei
fellow who used iroulting langu
to her-she taking him by the co
and compelling him to retract
language ho had nsed.
A Stanford young mau commit
suicido by placing himself befon
locomotive. Ho was made a hash
Ten young girls in Vienna h
applied to tho Government for p
mission to chungo their religi
they wish to embrace tho Jew
faith, in order to marry some yoi
A man engoged, the other day,
digging graves, at Fort's Ferry,
Y., for two victims of sun-.siro
was himself sun-struck, aud '
found dead in ono of tho graves i
. , ''? . > .- . .
Cordelia Wade, of Cincinnati, a
fow days since, made her seventh at?
tempt to commit suicide. Several
times has sh? taken poison, but each
time the stomach-pomp has saved
ber, much to her disgust.
In a dilemma, during the time a
mun has been standing like a fool,
fumbling for an excuse, a woman
will have invented a thousand.
Billiard balls made of rubber and
sand are being manufactured at the
rubber factory in Bridgeport. They
uro claimed to be superior to ivory.
Two very different things often
confounded-being up with the lark,
and being on a lark.
A distinguished female writer says
that "tho men aro fast." Well they
must bo excoedingly so to catch the
Give strict attention to your own
affairs-aud consider your wife ono
How to turn an honest ponny
first work for it, and then put it on, a
What is tho differenco between a
young lady and a night-cap? Ono is
boru to wed and tho other is worn to
Ladies who affect the indignant
when they aro kissed, and desire the
treasure to be put back immediately,
should bo implicitly obeyed.
How long does a widow mourn for
her husband? Sho mourns for a
Because a nose is woll-red it doesn't
necessarily follow that the individual
behind it is mentally so.
A hen-pecked rooster in Newbury?
port was made to hatch out a litter
A quart of whiskey saved an In
diann boy from death by a rattle?
snake bite. Ho now wants to be
The "Gad-ites" is the rccont classi?
cal name given to young ladies who
are continually promenading the
It is said that they have patent
eye-lashes (for the ladies) for sale in
New York. Artificial eye-brows havo
long boen known.
One of the evils most recently
attributed to the uso of tobacco is
baldness. A California doctor tolls
Anna Dickinson is lecturing in tho
West upon "Children and Marriage,"
which induces an impertinent jour?
nalist to inquro if tho cart hadn't
been put before the horse.
Saratoga ladies are so obliging as
to furnish reporters tho sizo of their
waists and the value of their dia?
A home-sick dog traveled alone,
aud doubtless on foot, from Ken?
tucky to Missouri-900 miles-and
reached his own kennel, by instinct.
If you would not bo forgotten as
soon as you arc rotten, either write
something worth reading, or do
something worth writing about.
To give brilliancy to the* eyes
shut them early at night and open
them early in tho morning.
An irritable mau, having been dis?
appointed in bis boots, threatened to
eat up tho shoe-maker, but compro?
mised by drinking a cobbler.
A paymaster of tho regular army,
who has been in the service twenty
years, says every 1,000 men costs
now $1,500,000 por annum.
Thc Jury of Inquest upon tho late DAL?
LAS P. SMITH, of which Major Thomas
W. Radcliffe was Foreman, are requested
to meet at tho counting-room of Hardy
Solomon, Esq., THIS (Sunday) MORN?
ING, at half-past 10 o'clock.
THOS. P. WALKER, Coroner.
University of Virginia.
THE forty-fifth session of
/7r^fi? ^is Institution ?ill begin on
^-f.Ligrestho Int day of October, 18(18,
^\apSj?iind end on the THURSDAY
ytjgr before tho Fourth or July, 1869.
G*^*^ Tho organization of thu In?
stitution is vory completo, embracing
extensivo and thorough courses of instruc?
tion in Litoraturo and Scienco, and in tho
professions of Law, Medicino and Engi?
Eotimatod expenses, exclusive of books,
clothing and pocket money, of tho Aca?
demic student, $.160; of tho Law student,
$31)5; and of tho Medical student, $395.
For particulars, Boud for Catalogue to
William Wcrtoubakcr, Secretary, or
Chairmin of tho Faculty,
Post O?ice University of Virginia.
Cuns, Pietols, Etc.
^.^^ THE undersigned informs
^S^"^^ his frionds, and the public
^?^><^S^.generally, that he has rc
V ""^1 ?eeived a largo and select
axBortmont of BINOLE and DOUBLE
BARREL GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES for all kinds of Guns,
Hilles and Repeaters constantly on hand.
SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS, all of
which will bo sold low for cash.
GUNS and PISTOLS made to order at
short notice and moderate price. Cash
system rigidly adhered to.
Aug_15_ P. W. K RAFf.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
liroker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA. S. C., and Honea Path,
H. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to his caro at eituor placo.
August 13 _
EATING^OTSE^T" ALSTONT "
PASSENGERS on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can get RREAK
FASTaud DINNER at Alstou-ampio time
Doc 27 MARY A. ELK IV A SON.
^ORD & CO.'S .
Excelsior Magic Salve !
IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE GREATEST
discovery of tho age. For the ?wo of
A; .1 OLD SORES vf every kind, nu waiter
of how long standing, IT HA?4 NO EQUAL.
Frico for Salve and Wash, 75 coats.
Ford & Co.'s Stomach Bitters,
DIARRHOA, CRAMP COLIC, AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.
It cleanses and purifies tho blood, and
regulates tho bowels. For giving an ap?
petite, it is ahead of all other tonics.
Price, per bottle, $1.00. A liberal dis?
count to fjruggists and Dealers.
aar FORD A CO.'S REMEDIES can be
bad of any loading Drug House in the
United States. FORD A CO.,
Proprietors, Box 45, Augusta, Ga.
*S~ Largo quantities sent, per Express,
to any part ot tho Uuitcd States, C. O. D.
E. E. JACKSON, Druggist,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ford A
Co.'s Remedies for Columbia and vicinity.
August 15 ly
SAMPLES of tho EMORY GIN, BROWN
GIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN & CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in store and for salo by
Augtt2 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Corn! Corn! Corn!
WHOLESALE and retail, at
Aug 9 SWYGERT A BENN'S.
Fresh Supplies of Family Groceries,
/t-r^ CONSTANTLY receiving, at
tgBSBf SWYGERT A BENN'S.
A (\ BAG8 OF FliOUR, every sack gua
T:V7 ranteed. For salo by
August ft FISHER A LOWRANCE.
RECEIVED to-day of first quality.
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
RICE. For sale low for cash.
August 8 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL creditors o? J. FOSTER MAR?
SHALL, deceased, and of JEH8E
DEBRUHL, deceased, aro hereby required
to presont and provo their demands before
me, on or before tho 1st day of NOVEM?
BER noxt, or be barred.
WM H. PARKER, C. E. A. D.
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, July 29, 1868.
ABSENCE OE HENRY SUMMER,
HENRY SUMMER, Register in tho
Court of Bankruptcy for the District
of South Carolina, has, by order of tho
Court for said District, been allowed leave
to bo absent from tho State until tho 25th
dav of September, 1808.
August !?_ _m3
?TOTICE is hereby given that applica?
nt cation will be mide, in three months
from this dato, at tho State Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of Stato Stock,
No. Ci, dated November '27, 18<>7, to U. B.
Mills, or aosigns-thc original of which
has been lost or destroyed.
* R. R. MILLS.
AuuUBT 4, 1SG3. Aug 7 fru2C
Hi NEW BOOKS.
AZILE. By Mrs. Jane Cross, $1.50
Hiate.ry" of ii Mouthful or Bread
new edition. By Jean Maco, $1.75
Tho Servants of tho Stomach. By samo
Tho Matern'al Management of Infancy,
for tho Uso of Parents, 75c.
Tho Hormits. By tho Rev. Charles
New Testament Historv. By William
Smith, LL. D.-uniform with Old Testa?
ment historv, soon to bo published, $2.
Tho Old World in it? Now Face-impres?
sions of Enropo in 18G7-G8. By Henry W.
Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75.
And many other new Rooks.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
August 13 Columbia, 8. C.
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ASUPERLATIVE TONIC and Invigor?
ating Cordial, composed, in part, of
American Ccntaury and Lifo Everlasting,
with other valuable vegetable products.
It will bo found an excellont STOMACH
BITTERS, au appetizer, and an anti
dyspcptio remedy. It is invaluable as a
Tonic, for Debility, Indigestion, LOBS of
Appetite, Nervousness, Torpid Liver,
Sluggish Circulation. A generous stimu?
lant, quickening the action of tho organ?
of life, and imparting new powers to the
Directions.-A table eponn-full to a wino
glass may bo taken, as often as occasion
requires, with a little sugar and water,
or without. Dyspeptics may tako it just
before meala. ,
For salo by FISHER A HEINIT8H,
August 141 _Druggists.
I DR. T. T. MOORE,
WOULD respectfully inform his PA?
TIENTS, and tho public, that he
has returned and is prepared to execute,
in tho most 80IE TIFIO MANNER, all
branches of his profession. TEETH EX?
TRACTED WI J'HOUT PAIN, or any sub?
s?quent iU'effucts, by uso of Nitrous tixido
or Laughing Gas. Oftico ovor Gregg's
Thc lifo of ?ll neal? ls blood. Tho
lirait li of all lifo is pure tlosh. Puro blood
keans out all dim-aMos. Tho Queen's De*
light purifies thc blood.
TEE QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
TBE beat and most popular Medicino in
The Queen's is the great Blood Puriflor.
Tho Queen's Delight ia a safe Alterative.
The Queen's Delight is a certain euro for
Diseases of tue Stood.
Tho Queen's Delight is the best Liver In
The Queen's Delight io tho medicine for
Tho Queen's Delight is given for Head?
Tho Queen's Delight is for Nervous Affec?
Tho Queen's Dolight will cure all Skin
The Queen's Delight will romovo Blotches,
Tho Queen's Delight will cure Chili? and
Tho Queen's Dolight will cure Cancer and
Tho Quoon's Dolight will euro Erysipelas
Tho Quoon's Dolight will euro Asthma.
The Queen's Delight will cure Bronchitis.
The Queen's Delight will cure all Female
Tho Queen's Delight will restore tho lost
Energiee of Man.
The Queen's Delight will restore the Feeble
Tho Queen's Delight for Young and Pale
Thc Queen's Deliget has secured tho favor
of tho People.
Tho Queen's Delight is now tho groat Fa?
The Queen's Delight has been tried, and
gives umv?rn?l satisfaction.
Tho Queen's Delight should be In every
Tho Queen's Delight is tho cheapest as
well as tho best Medicine you can give.
Tho lifo of the flesh is pure blood. Upon
this theory alone the inventor of the
Queen's Delight establishes tho great hy?
gienic law, without pure blood no flesh is
free from disease. The Palo and Shrunken
Forms, Yellow Faoes, Weak Stomachs,
Diseased Livers, Crippled Rheumatics,
Nervous Hypochondriacs, Dyapoptic Vic?
tims of Hoadache, so common in this
country, is owing entirely to the humors
of tho blood. Very many other diseases
may bo traced to bad blood, Scrofula ox
King's Evil,'Erysipelas, Exanthema or
Elevure, a Rash or Eruption on females,
Blotches, Tetter, Goitre or Swelled Neck,
Syphilis and Syphilitic Sores, Strnmone
Ulcers, Ac. These cannot be cured with?
out purifying the blood. Now as to the
remedy. There is no other blood puriflei
that will accomplish auch positivo and ex?
traordinary cures as Heiniteh'a Queen'?
Dolight. You may tako a barrel of extrae
Sarsaparilla, and still you will not bi
cured; and, as a proof of it, look aroum
and you will observe the country, through
out its length and breadth, is flooded witl
compound Sarsaparillas, extracts am
syrups, claiming to be blood purifiers, am
yet we seo to-day more evidence of in
purity of the blood than ever. Why i
thia? Simply because these extracts an
Sarsaparillas aro worthless medicine;
Ask for Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight. Tin
is not the Extract of Stellingia or Queen'
Delight, nor is it a Compound Syrup c
Queen's Delight, or Sarsaparilla an
Queen's Dolight, but simply Heinitah1
Queen's Dolight is the trade mark. As
for this, if you want to be cured, and se
that the name of E. H. Heinitah is on th
rapper. Prepared only by E. H. Heir
itsh. Wholesale agents,
FISHER A HEIN ITSH,
August 15 j_Columbia, 8. 0.
GREGG, PALMER & CO
BROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENT
gUY and sell GOLD,
Advances mado on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sc
on commission._March 1(
CAROLINA NATIONAL BAIT
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CAPITAL, - - - $100,00
L. D. CHILDS, Pres't. Maj. JNO. PRESTON,
Dr. J. W. PARKER. EDWARD HOPE.
GEOROE W. SWETSON, of North Carolin
W. B. GULICK, C. J. IREDELL,
THE CAROLINA NATIONAL RAI
OF COLUMBIA, will deal in Exchan
Gold and 8ilver Coin, and do a gem
Banking Business. The accounts of n
chants and others in Columbia, and in
towna and country connected with it
business, aro respectfully solicited.
Collections attended *o carefully and
mifcted for promptly. Loans made on (
coln and other collateral security.
The Board of Directors meet, for
transaction of business, EVERY M'
DAY, at 10 o'clock a. m.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 6, 18G8.
_June 6 _ grit
THE CAROLINA HOUSI
?ng LOCATED or. Washington stn
Igg next to Bronnen A Carroll's, is I
??under tho solo proprietorship of
undersigned. The host of everything
tho way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, I
GARS, TOBACCO, etc, kept on ha
LUNCH every day at ll o'clock. G
him a call, and test tho correctness of
assertion mado abovo.
Jone 19 RICHARD BARRI
See! Call and See!!
tides will do wo ll by calling at my st
before purchasing elsewhere.
On hand, with new lots continually an
ing, tho following lines of wares:
REPAIRING, In all its blanches, ne?
executed, and with despatch, by
Sign of tho Groen Spectacles,
One door below Phoenix Office,
Main street, Columbia. 8. (