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WASHINGTON, September 29.-The
Alabama, delegation met the ; Presi?
dent., by appointment, this morning.
The Secretoay of War was present,
The President gare tho Committee
assurances that order would be main; |
tained in1 Alabama, and the State
Government would be maintained.
The Secretary of War prepared a let?
ter for Gen. Meade, which he will \
deliver to the Committee at 10 to
morrow, when they will depart for
Atlanta, to deliver the document to '
Lieut Scott states that in the re?
cent fight in Texas, among niue per?
sons killed were five white men pa; it
ed like Indians. Despatches from
Gen. Sherman confirm the recent re?
ports regardipg CoL Forsythe's com?
mand, They had been all rescued.
There was a short Cabinet session
MEMPHIS, TENN., September 29.
Gen. J. C. Hindman was assassinated
at his residence, ut Helena, Arkansas.
Bobbins, of Springfield, Missouri,
who served under Hindmen, has been
arrested. Bobbins denies being the
NEW YORK, September 29.-The
Cuba arrived to-day with Gen. Mc?
Mou ILE, September 29.-There was
a grand Democratic demonstration
here last night-twenty-five clubs,
aggregating 8,000 persons in the pro?
cession. Tho streets were crowded,
and the city brilliantly illuminated,
making it the grandest political de?
monstration ever witnessed in this
city. Everything passed off quietly.
FINANCIAL AND COMMEKCIA1,.
COLUMBIA, September 29.-Sales
of cotton to-day 100 bales-mid?
NEW YOKE, September 29.-Noon.
Money easy, at 3@5. Gold 41%.
Flour l@2o. lower. Wheat dull and
nominally lower. Corn scarcely so
firm. Mess pork 28.50. Lard quiet.
Cotton a shade firmer, at 25?-?(^26.
7 P. M.-Cotton more active and
*.io. better-2,800 bales sold at 26.
Flour email@example.com. Wheat 2@3 cents
lower. Corn firstname.lastname@example.org. Mess pork
28.50. Lard dull and unchanged.
Whiskey quiet. Freights firmer.
BALTIMORE, September 29.-Cotton
firm, at 25@2G. Flour quiet and un?
changed. Wheat very dull. Corn
1.20. Lard 20>?.
NEW ORLEANS, September 29.
Cotton in fair demand; advanced
middlings 23; sales 3,300 bales. Su?
gar and molasses nominally un?
changed. Flour dull-superfine 7;
treble extra 8^@10; choice 10.50@
13. Corn dull, at 92@95. Oats bet?
ter, at 56@58. Mess pork dull, at
30.50. Bacon dull-shoulders 12; .?
@13; clear 16%@17. Lard quiet and
MOBILE, September 29.-Sales of
cotton 800 bales; market firm; re?
ceipts 537-middlings 23.
AUGUSTA, September 29.-Cotton
. market active and firmer; sales 234
bales; receipts 451-middlings 23@
SAVANNAH, September 29.-Cotton
closed firm, with an advancing ten?
dency; sales 247 bales-middlings 24.
CHARLESTON, September 29.-Ar?
rived-the steamer Manhattan, New
York; steamer Sea Gull, Baltimore.
Sailed-Steamers Charleston and Sa?
ragossa, New York; schooner Lilly
New York; schooner A. C. Austin,
Arrangements are in progress, with
good prospects of success, for tho
immediate establishmen of a semi?
monthly steamship line between
Charleston and Liverpool.
CHARLESTON, September 29.-Cot?
ton in good demand and firmer; sales
365 bales; receipts 734-middlings
LIVERPOOL, September 29-3 P. M.
Cotton firm-sales 12,000 bales.
RECOVERY OP STOLEN BONDS.-We
take the following from tho Detroit
(Michigan) Free Press:
In tho spring of 1865, a number of
bonds of the Blue Ridge Railroad
Company, of South Carolina, were
stolen from the Bank of South Caro?
lina, in Charleston, by the Union sol?
diery. Since that time detectives all
over the country have been engaged
in trying to discover the bonds, but
until quite recently no cluo to them
could be found. A. fow weeks ago a
resident of Windsor called at one of
tho banks in this city and offered two
of tho stolen securities for sale, but
tho officers of the bank declined to
negotiate with him, on tho supposi?
tion that all was not right, and in?
formed tho Chiof of Police of the cir?
cumstance. Tho person was arrested,
but succeeded in convincing the au?
thorities that he liad obtaiuod tho
bonds of another party, (a temporary
resident of Windsor,) who had com?
missioned him to disposo of thom.
This led to the arrest of tho other
party, who surrendered two of the
bonds of tho denomination of $1,000.
These were forwarded to tho Presi?
dent of tho bank from which they
were stolen, and yesterday the police
department received notification of
their safe arrival at their destination.
The circumstance will doubtless lead
to a discovery of more, and porhaps
all of the bonds.
?*<jBdoo>iowAti SHOOTING AT M
received here yesterday, states that a
freodman, engaged' in keeping the
birds away on a plantation at . the
above place, was accidentally killed]
a fvvr days ago, by tho discharge cf
his own gan.-Charleston Merc\try.
THU CATERPILLAR.-We learn that
the cotton fields in some sections of
Marlboro District have boen visited
by the caterpillar. This is something ]
nnnsual, as we do not recollect ever
to have heard of their appearance in
any lurga numbers in thui iocuiily.
The boll worm is also doing consider?
NEGRO LAWLESSNESS.-On Sunday
afternoon, Mr. N. H. Guyton, a con?
stable of this District, arrived in the
city by the North-eastern Railroad,
in charge of Gabriel Levy, charged
with tho murder of Richard Nisbett,
both negroes. Mr. Guyton was un?
accompanied by a guard, and while
passing down Calhoun street with his
prisoner, a orowd of about twenty
negroes emerged from the African
(Rev. Senator Cain's) Church, and
mado an attack on the constable.
Notwithstanding tho assurances that j
the prisoner was in lawful custody,
charged with having perpetrated nn
atrocious crime, the lawless rabble
continued their attack, and actually
released the prisoner, who would have
escaped were it not for the persever?
ance of the officer who kept his hands
on him. Tho mob then followed tho
officer, with threats of violence and
repeated shouts to the prisoner to
run, the whole of tho way, until ho
reached tho Guard House, where he
obtained assistance and lodged his
prisoner in jail. This is a-fair indica?
tion of tho condition of tho people
who aro attempting to govern this
State-a mob of negroes ranko an at?
tempt to rescuo a prisoner charged
with thc murder of one of their own
race, and in the lawful custody of the
constabulary of the County. Wo
learn of no arrests of the ring-leaders.
This violation of the law should not
be suffered to go unpunished. Tho
majesty of the law should be preserv?
ed at all hazards, even against the
attacks of tho disciples of Rev. Sena?
tor Cain.-Charleston Courier.
'RAH FOR BOORT!-Booby Clift is
among us. Ho has been laid up for
some time, and lo! he burst forth
from his shell, and on his upper lip
there is a streak-a streak as
"A finger dipped in tar
Had freely been rubbed thar."
Booby thinks himself a man, and
has laid out tho the foundation of a
moustache. Tho effort to raise it
has been weakoning, and Booby
looks palo. Wo fear tho attempt has
been been beyond his energies.
When our machino was informed of
the fact, it ground out the following
lines, which may be sung to thc tune
of "God Savo the^ueen:"
O! Booby, 'tis of thee,
Of theo we sing.
Booby whoso face is flat,
Booby who's but a brat,
Who knows not this from that,
Sweet Booby Clift!
Booby, beneath thy nose,
A hairy fuzz there grows,
A nameless thing!
'Tis not a moustache big,
To wax and trim and trig
For 'tis not worth a fig,
In this broad land.
Booby best shave it off,
Nor let it bo the scoff
Of mon and boys.
To try and raise it, lad
Thou sure hast gom mad,
It really is too bad
You should do so.
Open thy carpet-bag,
And take from thence a rag,
And piece of soap,
With scissors then just clip
That thing from off thy lip,
Then into water dip
And scrub it well!
Booby, return right then,
To childish sports again,
Thou'rt not a man.
Then never try to be
What is not yet in thee;
Go back to 1 'cambric tea"
And sugared pap.
Epitaph on a deceased locomotive:
Or five she bore,
All patching was in vain;
Long timo she rusted,
At last she busted,
And smashed tho excursion train.
For two pages of poems recently
published in tho English Broadway
Magazine, tho proprietors paid Walt
Whitman tho sum of fifty pounds in
gold-a striking contrast with tho
treatment ho has roceived in the past
in his own country.
A sensation has boon created in
New York by the discovery of tho
perfect remains of a human foot and
leg, imbedded in some granite which
quarij men are blasting at tho corner
of Tomb, nvenue and Forty-second
Mrs. Victor, tho convicted murder?
ess, is still confined in the New Or?
leans Lunatio Asylum. Her health
ia improving, but she is not thought
to bs sane enough tc hang willingly
Special pcrformancoa by tho
Of (he Charleston and Savannah Theatre*,
In Their Select Attractions,
Which havo everywhere been witneeaotl by
LARGE AND FASHIONABLE AUDIF.NCESl
Each performance being of the most refined
and attractive character
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE STAR. OF THE SOUTH!
UNEQUALLED ACTRESS A YOCALISTl
September 2G 6
Tho undersigned, having sold his entire
interest in tho Hotel known as tho "NICK
ERSON HOUSE," in Columbia, 8. C.,
would take great pleasure in recommend?
ing hin friends to continue their patronago
to tho now Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has had charge of tho
Hotel for mo, for a year past, and will
continuo to havo the entire management
of tho Hotol, undor the now arrangement.
I fool assured that tho House will main?
tain its formor reputation as a first-class
Hotel. T. S. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, 1868.
1 FALL 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ter FOB CASH.-55ft
M ? tm
R. & W. C. SWAPFiELD,
Purifies the Blood.
For Stile by Druggists Everywhere.
July 21_ l|TTlyr
NOTICE is horoby given that applica
cation will bo made, in three months
from this dato, at tho Stato Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of Stato Stock,
No. G2, dated Novomber 27, 18G7, to tt. B.
Mills, or assigns-tho original of which
has boon lost or destroyed.
R. B. MILLS.
AUOCST 4. 1868._Aug 7 fm2G
Seed Rye and Oats.
FOR SALE BY
Aug 29 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
THE LUCIUS PLANTATION, hoing a
part of the enlato of J. C. Dohy,
twenty miles duo East from Columbia, on
West sido of Watoroo River, adjoining
Mrs. Harriot English's.
Thero aro 1,000 acres of River Lands, all
cleared, 200 of which aro Neck's, produc?
ing fifty bushels of coru or a halo of cot?
ton per acre. A very largo nortion being
fortfle and safe from freshets. Thero are
also 200 acres of good Uplands, all under
fenco. No improvement but a large Rcti
donco and Nogro Quarter. Will rent for
two year? for a stated sum, or would pre?
fer improvements mado on tho place in?
stead. Apply to J. M. DAVIS,
Camdon, S. C.
John Mccaskill, in tho neighborhood,
will show tho lands. Sept 22 }G*
L. D. Porter, of Hartford, Conn.,
has disappeared, leaving forced ac?
ceptances to tho amount of &2O,?00
in that city and vicinity.
"Why is a baby liko wheat? Ans.
Because it is first cradled, then
thrashed, and finally becomes the
llower of tho family.
William Emerson, tho last surviv?
ing brother of Ralph Waldo Emer?
son, died on tho 6th, aged sixty
Tho French Postmaster-Goneral
has given a new pair of pantaloons to
each of the carries who ride veloci?
A German clergyman has been
fined and imprisoned, ioreaiiing Bis?
marck a rascal.
Ford's Excelsior Magic Salve
CAN BE HAD OF ANY DRUGGIST.
i'* rp , . . * -v I if
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FORD'S STOMACH BITTERS
CAN BE PROCURED AT
K. M. JACKSON'S Drag Store.
Price-Ono Dollar; eix for Five Dollars.
tfT SPECIAL TEHMS TO DEALERS. Sn
FORD & CO.,
No. 1 Fine Street, Augusta, Ga.
POST OFFICE BOX, 45.
If You Want
TO BE SUITED WITH A GOOD PAIR OF
GLASSES go to
Sign of Green Specks, Main street.
If You Wish
A GOOD WATCH OR CLOCK go to
Sign of Green Specks, Main street.
If You Desire
ANY GOOD JEWELRY OR SILVERWARE
go to ISAAC SULZBACHER,
Sign of Green Specks, Main street.
NEW MACKEREL, in whole, half and
quarter barrels and kita, just received
and for salo by J. .V, T. R. AGNEW.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
AND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE,
at G. DIERCKS.
Sugars on band. July 18
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
t?^S?&RAINTLNG and Decorating, Paper
JgtQS?' Hanging, Ac, executed with
neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING and general House Re?
pairing. Oflico on Boundary street, ono
aguare Eaat of Slain. July 20
BBLS. SODA BISCUIT.
" Sugar Crackers.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Butter Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
aalo by _ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Smoked Tongues, &c.
JUST received, Extra New York Smoked
Fulton Market SPICED BEEF,
PIG HAMS, uncanvassed, very fine.
For nalo low by GEO. SYMMERS.
1 AA REAMS Grocer's WRAPPING
JLUl ' PAPER for salo at New York
prices. E. A G. D. HOPE.
House and Lot for Sale or Rent.
THE largo BRICK HOUSE, on tho
_?corner of Marion and Laurel streets,
formerly the residence of Jesse DeBnihl.
Possession given tho first of October. For
particulars, address JOHN 8. WILEY,
Sopt 4 t!3* Spartanburg C. H., S. C.
Irish Potatoes, &c.
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT AND FOR
25 bbls. NORTHERN POTATOES,
15 bbls. Hecker's Self-Raisiug Flour,
25 bbls. Sugars, assorted grades,
Fresh Canned Tomatoes, Silmon, Oys?
ters, Pino Appk-B, Ac.
A full supply of thodo extra New York
SUGAR-CURED HAMS and BREAKFAST
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS*.
HAVING purchased the stock of tho
flato Mr. F. Zeetortloth, on Watminton
street, I have re-opened his SALOON.
I will keep on band tho finest assortment
of WINES, LIQUORS and 8EGARS. Fresh
LAGER on draught. Tho public will please
give me a call. W. STIEGLITZ.
?-FREE LUNCH ~u? will bo served
from ll to 1,_Sept 4
Dillon's Cotton Ties.
AFULL supply of DILLON'S IRON
COTTON TIES constantly on hand
and for salo low, at wholesalo and retail,
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
September 17 _
FRESH-MUSHROOM, Cream, Edin?
burgh, Butter, Jumbles, Gingersnaps,
Soda, Ac, for salo by
Sopt 12 GEORGE SYMMERS.
. . ,N FACTOR AND COMMlS->TVr^
RX^VtfUON MERCHANT, 102 EastsSU^
BSSSlBay, Cbarleston, S. C. ??fz3
Particular attention given to tho sale
and shipping of Sea leland and Upland
Liberal advances made on consignments
for salo in tbis market, or for shipment.
Sept 8 _ tnl3
New Bay Mackerel.
Ort WHOLE AND HALF BARRELS
e)U NEW MACKEREL, for .sale low by
Sept 17 E. & G. D. HOPE.
i)AA POUNDS COTTON GIN BRIS
?\)\J TLES, just received and for salo
by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Axes, Axes, Axes.
-j \ DOZEN best warranted AXES,
Xvy vj' just received and for sale low, at
wholesalo and retail, by
8ept85_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Scrofula, or Klug's Kv ll, i? cured by
niling Heinitah'a Quoen'a Delight.
?A/ULO-tlx^aa. S ?t?o?
Cottage Furniture, ?c.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On FRIDAY HORNING next, October 2d,
I wiR oell, at my atoro, sundry articles
of Furniture, among which uro two very
handsome bed-rc>m sott?, conflating of
Table, Towel Rack,
And Sve Chairs, (each,)
1 fine largo Wired Safe,
1 Walnut Hat Tree,
Refrigerator, largo Drawing Table,
8mall Drawing Pablo, Cooking and
Office Stoves, Cheat of Carpenter's
10 boxes fine Chowing Tobacco,
COO pounds Smoking Tobacco,
3 tine Pistols, 1 Carbine, ?c.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
William B. W. L. Hicks and Nowuan
Hicks, vs. William T. Walter, Exocutor,
?N pursuance of the decretal ordor, in thc
above stated case, I will sell, before the
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIR81
MONDAY in October next, tho following
real estate, in the city of Columbia:
All that lot of LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situated at the corner of Senate
and Lincoln streets, hounded on tho Norti
by Senate atreot, East by PariBh and D
G. Thompson, South by Lands late of B
Reilly, deceased; Weet "by Lincoln Btrcet
Tho premises will bo sub-dividod into loti
to suit purchasers.
TEBMS OF SALE.-So much caBh as wil
pay coBts and chargea of suit, and ox
ponses of sale; balance on a credit of thrc<
years, secured by bond and mortgago am
personal security. Interest only payabl
Bcmi-aunually. Purchasers to pay for pa
pers and stamps.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 12 swC_C. E. R. D.
Carl Kopff and Jervey vs. Thomas Slig
and W. A. Bligh.
IN pursuance of thc decretal order, in tl
above stated caBC, I will sell, before th
Court Houso, in Columbia, on tho FIRS
MONDAY in October next.
All that tract of LAND on thc Nortl
west prong of Crane Creek, in Richlan
District, containing 175 acres of Lani
moro or less, bounded on tho North I
lands of tho said W. H. Sligh, West 1
Lands of C. Boyle, on tho East by Lam
of G. W. Smith* on tho South by Lands
TEBMS.-Sufficient cash to pay tho co
of suit and sale, balance ou a credit of on
two and thrco years, secured by boud ai
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for stamp
papers, Ac. D. B. DESA?SSURE,
Sept 5 sw8_C. E. R. D.
LCW?B M. Gillern vs. Janies G. Gibbes, A
miuistrator. Elizabeth C. Starling.
IN purauanco of tho decretal order,
the above stated case, I will sell, befo
tho Court House, in Columbia, ou tl
FIRST MONDAY in October next,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of C
lumbia, with the Buildings thcreo
bounded on tho East by Richardson atrei
on South by Lots of P. M. Johnson a:
M. Hertzog, West hy Lot belonging
tho heirs of J. T. Fleming, and on t
North by Michael Welch's lot-tho I
being one-quarter of an acre, more or lei
TERMS.-Sufficient cash to pay one-thi
of tho debt and costs of suit and sa
Balance in ono year, secured by bond a
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papo
stamps, Ac. D. R. DESAUSSURE,
8opt 5 sw8_C. E. R. D
Henry Davis cs. Moultrie Gibbes.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in t
above stated case, I will sell, before t
Court Houso, in Columbia, on the FIR
MONDAY in October next,
All that PLANTATION in Richland D
trict, on Crane Creek, bounded North
Lands of Soloman L?rick and Harm
Coon, East by Soloman L?rick, South
Harmon Coon, Weat by Land of John
L?rick; containing 500 acres moro or le
All that Tract of LAND, adjoining I
above tract, containing 5714 acres, mon
less, known as tho Sharp tract, on I
waters of Grano Creek, bounded hy lai
of W. M. Gibbes, Swygert, lt. L?rick, Iv
Mooro and Locklcar.
TEBMS.-One-third cabli, balance or
credit of ono and two years, secured
bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay
papers, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
_Sept_5_ sw8_ C. E. R. I
John n. Kinslor vs. C. B. Williamson ?
Charles A. Abell.
IN purauanco of tho decretal order
tho above Btated case, I will sell, bel
tho Court Houso, in Columbia, on
FIRST MONDAY in October,
All that tract of LAND in Richland 1
trict, containing 207 acres, being part i
tract originally granted to Zachariah K
laud and Alexander Kennedy, Octobe
1703. on Crano Creok, waters of Br
River, and conveyed to C. B. William
by D. H. Ruff; situated partly in Fairf
District but principally in Richland ]
TERMS.-SuDicient cash to pay cost
suit and sale, balanco on a credit of
year, secured by bond and personal si
rity and mortgago of premises. Purchi
to pay for papers, stamps, kc.
D. R. DESAUSSURE,
Sept ? 8w8_ C. E. R. ]
John Davis r.s. M. J. Townsend, Admi
tratrix, vt at,
IN pursuance of the decretal order, ?
'27, 1808, in the above stated case, I
sell, beforo thc Court House, in Colun
on tho FIRST MONDAY in October n<
All that tract of LAND situate in F
land District, containing 57} acres, i
er less, bounded on tho North by I
belonging to thc estato of B. F. Ta;
deceased; on tho East hy Land sold
Townsend, hy said Davis, formerly bel
ing to estate of B. F.Taylor; on the S
hy tho South Carolina Railroad.
A TRACT of 171* acres, adjoining
above, bounded South hy the South C
lina Railroad Company, on the Eas
Land formerly of Georgo Davis, on
West by Tract ahovo described.
Tho Tract first above described wi
sold for sufficient cash to nay a no
$844 82, with interest from Juno 15,
balanco on a credit of ono and two yi
Tho second Tract for cash enough ic
costa of snit and salo, and one-hall
balanco of tho debt and interest; ba
on a credit of one year, secured by I
and mortgago. Purchaser to pay
stamps, naners. Ao.
- .* ? . D. B. DE8AUS8URE
Sept 5 sw8 C. E. R.
B. N. Lewis vt. If. J. Townsend, Adminta
INpursuanco of the decretal order of hi?
Honor Chancellor Leseene, Jone 227,
1868,1 will Bell, bofore tho Conrt Honso, in
Columbia, on tho FXB8T MONDAY in Oc?
All that tract of LAND situate in Rich?
land District, adjoining the city of Colum?
bia, bounded North by Lower Boundary
street, East by Land formerly owned by
R. N. Lewie, now by John-Fielding and
John Davis; South by Lande of the estate
of B. F. Taylor, deceased; West by Land
of Dr. Howe, containing acres, moro
TznMS.-Enough cash to pay the debt of
81,121.36, and interest, ana the costs of
amt and sale; balance ou ? cn-d?l u? one
and two years, secured by bond and mort?
gage. Purchaser to pay for papera,
Btamps, Ac. D. B. DKSAUSSURE,
Sept 5 8w8 0. E. R. J).
John Esten Cook's New Novel.
FJ. HUNTINGTON A CO., 450 Broome
. street, Now York, have in presa, to
bo ready in October' "MOHUN, OR THE
LAST DAYS OF LEE AND HIS PALA?
DINS." By J. Eaten Cock, author of
"Surry of Eagles* Nest."
Of "Surry." of which "Mohun" ia a
sequel, 10,000 copies wero almost immedi?
ately Bold. The new work is still moro
intensoly interesting. Printed on flne
toued paper and richly bound in cloth,
with upward of 500 pager-, it has for ita
frontispiece a rino steel medallion head of
Genoral Leo, and four beautiful illustra?
tion'! in Homer's best stylo. Either book
ia aent by mail post freo, on receipt of the
price, $2.25. For aale by aU booksellers
and news dealers, in town and country.
September 29 3
Salt, Salt, Salt.
KAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, ex
?UU tra largo size, on hand and for
salo, AT REDUCED PRICES, by
Sept 20_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BICE! RICE ! !
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLLNA
RICE. For salo low for caBh.
AuRust 8 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Fresh Country Butter.
FOR SALE BY
AUK 27 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
AZILE. By Mrs. Jane CrosB, $1.50
History of a Mouthful of Bread
new edition. By Jean Maco, $1.75
Tho Servants of tho Stomach. By same
Tho Maternal Management of Infancy,
for tho Uso of ParcntB, 75c.
Tho Hermits. By the Rev. Charles
Now Testament Historv. By William
Smith, LL. D.-uniform with Old Testa?
ment history, soon to be published, $2.
Tho Old World in its New Face-impres?
sions of Europe in 1867-68. By Henry W.
Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75.
And manv other new Booka.
DUFFIE "A CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
August 13 Columbia, 8. C.
Bagging and Rope.
tf\f \ PIECES GUNNY AND BORNEO
40 coila Greenleaf and Hemp Rope.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
September 16 _
Candles and Soap.
-I Arv BOXES ADAMANTINE AND
XvJVJ SPERM CANDLES,
75 boxea Superfine Washing and Toilet
Soaps. For sale low by
September 16_E. A G. D. HOPE.
i)AA BARRELS and bags CHOICE
i?UU FAMILY FLOUR, some of
which ia superior to any in market.
For salo low by
September 16 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Russia Gin Bristles,
DRESSED and undressed, for sale by
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
C. D. EBERHARRT
^an HAS jiiBt returned from New York,
Jw! with a well selected stock of Cloths,
(fi/f Caanimerea and Vestings, which will
' a" bo made up at tho shortest notice
and in the latest style.
Call and examine for yourselves, Wash?
ington street, oppoeite Law Lange.
September 27 lm
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BROKERS i& COMMIS. AGENTS,
?JgUY and sell GOLD,
Advances made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on comraiesion. March 10
BBLS. Choice Northern POTA
?iVJ TOES, juat received and for aalo
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
i)AA CHOICE Canvassed HAMS, just
?U\J\J received and for aalo low by
Sept 24 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Sugars and Coffee.
"I rv HHDS. PORTO RICO SUGARS,
1U 50 bbla. Relined Sugars,
75 bags Rio Coffeo, all grades,
15 bagB Java and Lagnayra Coffee.
For aalo low by E. A. G. D. HOPE.
SAMPLES of the EMORY GIN, BROWN
OIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN A CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in atoro and for aalo by
Aug 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
Broker aOfcQjftbniasion Mtveh(i7it,
WALHALpfrS" C., and ilonoa Path,
8. oAtarftl attend to ttll business
entrusted tojhis care ut uitherrplaco.
THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDS R6 AND COS TH ACTO US.
A LL work in the department of mecha
.nL nical conatruction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.