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PAMS, July 14.-As predicted in pre?
vious despatches, the Emperor yields his
ns8ont to tbe demand of the legislative
body, the nature of which has been
already stated. No change in the Min?
istry has yet been announced, but tho
reorganization of the Cabinet within a
short time is certain. Throughout the
whole of this crisis the Emperor has ex?
hibited his peculiar tact and shrewdness.
He invited nearly all the deputies in the
Corpa L?gislatif to dinner and soiree at
St. Cloud this week. He hos chatted
playfully with many of thora, of all
shades of opinion, giving expression to
many of those piqnaut sayings so attrac?
tive to Frenchmen. For instance, to
one, by whom he hod been taken by the
bntton-hole, he said: "Ah! Monsiour
Buffet, you mean to tako hold of my
coat for fear I may pull back." To u
group of several, with whom he was con?
versing on the situation, ho said: "You
begin to trent me like the old lion in the
fable, trying to cut my nails and take
ont my teeth, and leave mo nothing but
my mane, whioh is considered harmless."
To others he said: "Tho elections prove
clearly that I must choose between the
empire and revolution. Between neither
system can individuals bo set up." To
others he said: "I will give full satisfac?
tion Lo tho liberal aspirations of ali par?
ties, but have decided to cease couces
sions nt tho boundaries prescribed in thc
While tho Emperor's conduct for the
past few days is regarded as adroit, it is
not considered likely to stop agitation
for further concessions nud reform.
The Thiers party deeming tho message
of tho Emperor satisfactory, havo with?
drawn the proposed interpellation.
Tho Deb?is to-day, commenting on
the political reforms promised by the
Emperor, thinks it impossible to over?
value their meaning, and uujust not to
bo grateful for the Emperor's conces?
It is officially announced that tho Se?
nate will bo convoked for August 2. The
session of the Corps L?gislatif will be
immediately prorogued, and resignations
of ministers accepted.
LONDON, July 16.-At Lurgan, Ire?
land, on the 12th instant, au Orango
mob was pelted with stones. They re?
taliated by utterly destroying seventeen
houses occupied- by Catholics. The
wood-work of the buildings and furni?
ture was then carried into the street and
burned. Later advices state order has
boen restored. At Newry tho Orange
Hall was attacked' by a party of Catho?
lics. The occupants fired' on the assail?
ants, who were driven off, leaving three
WASHINGTON, July 16.-The Cubans
here have advices that the forces under
Quesada report having captured a scout?
ing party, near Sanmiguel, cent ont by
Gen. Letona, from Nnevitas, numbering
seventy-five men. The Cubans, num?
bering 300, wero encamped ou Sala Le
Grande Hiver, near the town of that
name, and were attacked by tho Spa?
niards, under command, of Gen. Tritio.
They'wera three times repulsed, and
compelled to retire, leaving a portion of
their baggage and killed upon the field.
The Cuban loss was thirty-five in killed
ard wounded. An engagement is re
I '/ed, in which the Spanish troops
... re defeuted. Under direction of the
volunteer junta, tho property of Cubans
snspeoted of sympathy with the insurrec?
tion is being seized and confiscated.
Families are driven from their homes,
and the houses given up to pillage.
Present indications point to unother
heavy reduction of the public debt dur?
ing the month. Customs and internal
revenue receipts are very favorable.
A special, dated Havana 12, via Key
West of the 14th, says General Huella,
at the head of 300 Spanish marines, was
attacked by the patriots near Baga, a
small town situated on the same bay LS
Neuvitas. Tho marines wero forced to
fall back upon Neuvitas with a loss of
eighty, including Goneral Kudla.
Bichard D. Dehart, of Indiana, has
been appointed Consul to Santiago de
The Post Office Department has ad?
vices from New Mexico concerning de?
predations by the Apaohee Indians, who
had captured several mails lately, and
killed and wounded a number of officials
on the routes. Despatches from Radway
Station, on the Union Pacific Railroad,
report an accident, in whioh two were
killed and two wounded.
NEW YOEE, July 16.-The lirio train
hence, at 6.30, on Thursday evening,
collided with a freight train. Six cars
were burned, and nino persons killed.
Six white persons burned to death. Par?
tial lists received report no Southerners.
PHILADELPHIA, July 16.-Tho mechan?
ical operations of tho chief coiners' de?
partment, in tho United States Mint,
have been suspended for a few weeks to
placo a new set of boilers in tho institu?
RICHMOND, July 1G.-A telegram from
Lexington, to-day, says the State Educa?
tional Convention, aftor au exciting do
bato on tho mode of educating tho color
od race, in view of tho present anoma?
lous condition of affairs, tabled tho sub
joct till tho next annual session.
Au educational journal was established,
Goneral Leo taking fifty shares of the
General Custis Leo is quite ill.
The Gurman singing society, of New
York, which arrived hore this morning,
WM publicly welcomed ai the theatre,
to-night, by the Mayor. Their concert
waa crowded. Several of tho New York
Germans fell from Ban-stroke, after their
march through the streets. None o? the
coses wore fatal.
George Froth, a citizen, died of attn -
stroke, to-day-bis being the first death
since the heated term. The thermome?
ter is 105 degrees in the shade.
An official count of the State vote, at
headquarters, shows Walker's majority
to be 17,500.
GALVESTON, TEXAS, July 16.-Advices
from San Antonio report the Guadeloupe
River higher than ever known. The en?
tire valley is overflowed, and nine-tenths
of tile crops in Gonzales County have
been destroyed. Comae River is to tho
third story of the cotton factory at New
Bramfield. All the material on hand
and machinery has been destroyed.
Every flouring mill, wooden factory
and bridge on the Comat Biver has been
swept away. No lives were lost nt Bas
trop or Webberville.
Tho Colorado Biver is going down,
and tho Brazos is still rising.
MEMPHIS, July 16.-Several commit?
tees reported. A joint stock emigration
society, with officers in the principal
Southern cities, has been recommended.
MACON, July 15.- -Thc examination of
Turner on the chargo of attempting to
pass counterfeit currency began to-day,
before United States Commissioner \\.
C. Morrill. Tho testimony was con?
cluded to-day, and it was proved that
Turner, in the early part of this year,
attempted to pass, to a bank in this city,
a hundred dollar bill, which was rejected
as counterfeit; also, that he eonfessed to
J. Clark Swayze, editor of tho A?nerican
Union, the principal witness, on the 4th
of July, that he had. for fear he would
be killed and the notes found on his per?
son, given 81,800, iu counterfeit notes,
to Marion Harris, to be returned to him
when they got home. It was proved
that 8000 in counterfeit money, of the
First National Bank, of Jersey City, was
found on tho person of this woman in
Atlanta, which were introduced; ns also
a letter from Turner to the woman, found
at tho same time. The Court adjourned
till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
DEATH OF A PIWZE FIOOTEB.-A fow
weeks ago the pap?is of this locality con?
tained an account of a prize fight be?
tween a coupio ot men in tho town of
Covert, which resulted in the death of
one of tho parties-McGraw-and tho
escape of tho other. Donnelly. Now
comes the sequel. A few days after tho
death of McGraw, while the officers were
seeking Donnelly, word was received by
Dr. Wheeler, of Farmer Village, from
that individual, requesting his immedi?
ate attendance upon him, as ho lind fallen
from a rooky height and injured himself
severely. Tho Doctor returned an an?
swer to the effect that ho would render
bis assistance, provided D. would give
himself up to the proper authorities,
which, upon due consideration and the
necessities of the case, he agreed to do,
and was taken to Farmer Village, where
Dr. Wheeler, after an examination, dis?
covered that Donnelly's leg had been
fractured in such a manner, and neglect?
ed so long, ns to render amputation ne?
cessary, which operation was performed,
but tho man had become so weakened
from exposure that he sank under the
treatment aud died, thus terminating the
greatest excitement which the quiet
neighborhood of Covert has ever expe?
rienced.- Watkins (AT. Y.) Democrat.
So certain are the Californians that
tbe problem of ?-rial navigation hos been
solved by the machine that has just been
invented in San Francisoo, that one of
the papers positively aunonnces: "With?
in four weeks thu icriul steam carriage,
capable of conveying six persons, and
propelled nt a rato exceeding the mini?
mum speed of thirty miles aa hour, will
wing its flight over the Sierra Nevada
on its way to New York aud othor re?
mote parts." This announcement was
made on June 26, and we may, therefore,
soon look for the appearance of the
great leriol steam carriage. When we
see it, wo shall begin to believe that the
San Francisco paper knows what it
means by saying: "Within a year wo
shall travel habitually to New York, Eu?
rope and China by ferial carriages."
Says tho Tribune, of New York:
1 'General Daniel E. Sickles was greeted
last evening by tho largest assemblage of
distinguished citizens that ever gathered
to attest their trust in and regard for a
native of our city."
As there wai not a single lady present,
it is pretty evident thal the women of
New York have a good deal more self
respect than many of its men.
In one of our largo cities, a short time
ago, a Western editor was met by a
friend who, taking him by the hand, ex?
claimed: "I am delighted to see you.
How long aro yon going to stay?" "Why,
I think," said tho editor, "I sh ll stay
while my money laste." "How disap?
pointed I am," said the frioud, "I hoped
you wore going to stay a day or two. "
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, (Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher's,) was entered by
thieves at an oarly hour on Tuesday
morning, who stolo thc communion plato,
valued ut ?148. It consisted of seven?
Tho latest new State scheme is to
separate the two Western tiers of Coun?
ties from Arkansas, join thom to tho Iu
dian Territory, and form a new State,
with the capital at Fort Smith.
Fllf AKCIAX. ASO COMMBUCUJU.
N?w YORK, Joly 16-Noon.-Stooks
.toady. Money 7. Sterling 9%. Gold
36%. Floor dall and drooping. Fork
quiet, at 82.25 Cotton qniet, at 34'?@
34)?. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton dall and unchanged,
with sales of 750 bales-uplands 34.J.?1
34>?. Flour and wheat unohangei
Oom-yellow Southern 1.00. Mess pork
32.37) ?. Lard easier, at 19}?. Whiskey
qniet-Western 1.00. Freights dull.
Monoy 7. Gold 36.
BALTIMORE, July 16.-Cotton un?
changed. Flour quiet. Wheat weak
and lower-choice new red firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn has udvauced-white and yellow
1.10. Pork quiet, at 34.00. Bacon active
nnd advancing-clear 18^@18Vi; shoul?
ders 15??@15)?; hams22>?@23. Lard
dull, at 19,l.i. Whiskey unohangcd.
NEW ORLEANS, Jnly 16.-Sales of
cotton for the week 335 bales; sales to?
day 12-middling32J?. Gold36j8. Flour
li rm tr-superfine 6.00; double 6.50; tre?
ble 7.00. Corn-white email@example.com&
Pork34.50. Bacon 15@18)?. Lard
tierce 20(a)20>?; keg21)?@22??. Sugar
dull aud unchanged. Molasses-ferment?
ing 60(Vr}64. Whiskey-Western recti?
fied 1.12(a) 1.15. Coffee nominal.
MOBILE, July 16.-Receipts for the
week 234 bales; sales for the week 530;
to-day 30-low middling nominally 30;
AUGUSTA, July 16.-Cotton market
firmer; sales 218 bales; receipts 20
middling 32; stock on baud 500.
CHARLESTON, July 16.-Cottou quiet,
with sales of 100 bales-middlings 33;
receipts 190 bales.
LONDON, July 16-3 P. M.-Consols
93. Bonds 82&
LIVERPOOL, July 16-3 P. M.-Cottou
quiet-uplands V2r'v>; Orleaus 13jfp Sales
of tho week 73.000 bales; exports 12,000;
speculation 8.000; stock 382,000; whereof
American is 210,000. Cotton afloat 627,
000, of which Americau is 200,000. Man?
chester advices less favorable.
LIVERPOOL, July 16-livening.-Cot?
ton closed steady-uplands 12%; Orleans
13'?'; sales 10,000 bales.
Report for Week eluting Friday, July 16, 1869.
PBOSNIX OFFICE. COI.UMI-.IA, July 17, ibu;).
Thc cotton market has been almost entirely
bare during the past week; a good quantity of
middling weald bring 31c., however.
There is no change to notice in other articles
of country produce.
The following are buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notes, prepared by Gregg,Palmer
it Co., Brokers:
hank of Camden... .80 I Exchange. ll
Hank of Charleston.80 I Planters'. 5
Bank of Cheater... .13 | Fanners and Exchgo
Bank of GeorgctownlO 1 State.3
bank of Newberry.. .85 I Union.05
Bank SouthCarufiualS I So. Western lt.. old, 70
State South Car. old,48 People's.Ho
State South Ca. new,'24 | Planters audMech. 00
Hamburg.6 j Merchants'. 8
AV HO Li: S A I. IC IMIICKS CUUKENT,
CORU.ECTE? WEEKLY BY TUE
CO LUM li IA BO A lil) OF TRADE.
Ari'LES, "$bu.? 2501 50 MOLASSES,Cuba,57070
BAUOINU,Gunny 27023 New Orl'iiel 0001 25
Dundee \-i yd 25030 Sugar H'ee..75rffil '25
CALE ROPE, Manil,026 NAILS, %J keg6 0007 Ol)
N.Y.orWesfilblO?lS ONIONS, f Jbusl2502 00
BUTTER, Northern 050 CIL, Kerosene,R 60075
Country, y Itt.250:15 Machinery... .7501 00
BACON. Hams. ..20024 POULTRY, Ducks pr
Sides, y tb_18020 Turkevs.3 00
Shoulders ... 10 ?17 Chickens.20040
BRICKS, $1,000 . .9? 13 Geese .
CANDLES, Hpcrni4O07O SPECIE, Gold 1 3701 38
Adamantine 11.21025 Silver.1 2401 25
Tallow.14016 POTATOES, Iris 7501 50
COTTON Y WIN2 0002 10 I Sweet, hus 1 0001 10
COTTON,Strict Md032 RICE, Carolinatbll01O
Middling .. .30 031 I East India_
Low Midl'g, 28*029 ! SHOT, pbag. 3 2503 50
GoodOrdny,274(028 SALT, Livcrp.2 7003 00
Ordinary... 20 027 | SOAP, $}Ib.74011
CUEESE, E.D.Ib. 27030 I SPIRITS, Alcohol,gl4 00
factory.25028 Brandv .. 4 00012 00
OoFFXE, Bio, tdb22026 | HollndGiu.5 0007 00
Laguayra_29032 American..2 0008 oo
Java.37040 Jam. Bum.6 00@7 on
FLOUR. CO. 10 0001200 N. E. " . .2 0003 oo
Northern. 7 0008 00 Bo.Whisky350@450
QUAIN, Corn 1 2501 40 Mononghla2?0?4 00
Wheat_1 9002 00 Rectified. 1 25@1 57
Oats. 1 1001 20 SUOAB, Crua'd, 11.10020
Poas.1 1001 20 Powdered... 10020
HAY, North, ftowt. Brown.12017
Easteru. STAUCH, $1 It... .10012*
HIDES,Dry, fdbl24018 TEA, Green 11.1 0002 00
Greon.08 Black,_100? 1 6?
INDIGO, Caro.. .101 25 TOBACCO, Chw.5001 25
I A m>, .20025 Hmokiiig.lt...5001 ot)
Li MU? e, Bds 100 f. 1 50 VINEOAU, Wine,.70075
ShinKles,lU000..2 75 French... .1 2501 50
LIME, %i bbl. 2 700 2 80 VFINE, Cham. 25032 00
MEATS, Pork, $tb. 15* Port, %Jgal3OO05 Ol)
Beef.8012 Sherry... 3 5006 00
Mutton.15 Madeira... 2 5008 00
BORN TO LUCK.-The Collector of Cus?
toms of the port of Georgetown, a few
days ago, received a magnificent collec?
tion of solid silver articles intended as
presents for President Grant, General
Sherman, ex-Secretary Seward and Mrs.
ex-President Lincoln. They wero sent
to this country from Mexico by Saboo
Iturbido in behalf of a modost Mexican
who refused to havo his namo made
known, and said that, in his transport of
delight nt tho abolition of slavery, ho
was prompted to proparo this little token
for some of tao principal actors in that
work. President Grant receives a silver
coffee sot of thirty-six pieces and sonio
dressed leopard skins. Gen. Sherman,
au egg-boiler and holder. For ex-Secre?
tary Seward there is au inkstand and
pen-holder, most, ingeniously wrought,
besides a call bell; and Mrs. Lincoln's
portion of tho lot is a heavy card-bas?
ket, All these articles aro of solid silver,
without any dearth of metal, and of most
beautiful finish and workmanship. Pre?
sident Grant's and Gen. Shormuu's por?
tions wero delivered yesterday. Somo
iden may bo formed of their value from
tho fact that tho duty on President
Grant's lot was 8748; on Gen. Sherman's,
A CONFED?RATE BOLDIXB NOT ENTITXIED
TO DAMAGES.-Two oases were tried at
Aramance Superior Court, last week,
where three persons sued the North Ca?
rolina Railroad Company for damages
sustained by an explosion of powder,
stowed in the oar in which they were rid?
ing, about the olose of the war. Ireland
and Duke obtained damages-the former
for $2,000, and the latter for 810,000.
Bot the point to which we direct atten?
tion is the decision of Judge Tourger in
the case of S. 8. Turner, who also sued
for damages. The judge decided that
inasmuch ns Turner was n Confederate
soldier, and on his way to report for
duty at Gen. Johnston's headquarters,
thus violating the law, he was not enti?
tled to recover damages from a common
carrier. From this decision tho counsel
for Turner appealed to the Supremo
Court.- Salem (N. C.) Press, July 9.
SPECIAL NOTICE-To parties in want of
DOOM, Sashes aud Blind?, wc refer to thc ad?
vertisement of P. P, Tonio, tho largo manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Trico
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Thc Wonder of
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EASE OF THE BLOOD.
No Medicine has atlntnott - uch a world?
wide reputation au thia justly celebrated
Its extraordinary healing powers aro attest?
ed to by thousands, and every mail ?H freight?
ed with letters bearing testimony to ita excel?
lent character and worth as a medicine.
Orders are coming in from all quarters, aud
all bear unmistakable evidence of its great
FOR HUMORS I* THE BLOOD.
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6,J5?0"" THE GREAT 'iglH
?H?r* BLOOD AND LIVER -?t?
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MEDICINE. "V3a '
.sj.xividicoj VKJI.I HO.4
Bo euro and ask for
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And ?cu that his namo ison it.
Look out and avoid bi?se imitations.
FISHEB ft HEINITSH, Wholesale Agents,
July 17i Columbia, S. C.
Limestone Springs Female High School.
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of this School, tho CONCERT, in
ggcluding tho Juvenile Opera of Laila,
Hand tho COMMENCEMENT of tho
ensuing session, will take placo on
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, tbu
2<)th and 21st inst.
TERMS, per session of five months, payable
Board, including Washing, Lights, etc.,
Tuition in English and Classics, regular
Musi? Lesson, Piano, $25.
Other lossor.s, as heretofore, by competent
There is only ono vacation in tho year
from tho middle of December to tho middle of
February. July 13 5*
Select School for Young Ladies.
MISS C. C. BALL will open, on
the 1st of September. 18(i9, a select
^SCHOOL FOB YOUNG LADIES.
IA full corps of experienced Teach?
ers and Professor? will be employ?
ed. Chargos moderate. For circu?
lars, address tho PRINCIPAL, Baltimoro, Md.
Miss Ball will bo assisted by her sister, Mrs.
C. E. ENOELBRECUT, formorly of Columbia,
H. C. July 15 theil
W. T. WALTER
Will sell, at hiB Hart. THIS MORNING, at
10 o'clock, 10 barrels Floor abd a lot of Hospi?
tal Stores, consisting of Bedstead, Looking
Glass, Wash Stand, Close Stools, Quilts, Bed
sacks, Curtain Material, Knit Jackets, ?ic.
July 10 _
Under order of Judge of Probate. W. W. Rifo
va. T. C. Rife, et al.-In pariiiwn.
IN pursuunco of an order m ado by Wm.Hut
Bon Wigg, Judge of Probate for Riohland
County, I will sell, on the first MONDAY in
August next, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours:
All that lot of LAND, containing one-half
aero, moro or loss; situated in the city of Co?
lumbia, known in tho plan of said city as lot
n uni bur live, (No. 5,) on Senate street;
bounded Weet by Gist street; North by F. W.
Groen; South by Senate atreot, and East by
lot number six (No G.)
All that lot of Land, containing ono-half
aero, moro or less; situated in tho city of Co?
lumbia, and known in tho plan of said city as
lot number six, (No. 6,) or Senate street;
bounded South bv Senate et jot; Wost by lot
number Uve (No. 5;) and North by F. W.
Green, and East by lot belonging to estate of
said Jacob Rife, deceaucd.
All that lot of Laud, situated in tho city of
Columbia, containing one-halt acre, more or
lons; bounded on the South by Senate street;
on thc West by lot number six (No. C;) North
by F. W. Green.
All that lot of Land, situated in tho city of
Columbia, containing one-half acre, more or
less, known in tho plan of said city as lot No.
100; bounded on tl: . North by Gervais street;
West by Williams stroct; South and East hy?
land now owned by Charlee Hamburg.
All that lot of Land, situated in the city of
Columbia, being the Wostern half of the
I square bounded by Richland, Huger. Laurel
and Wilban etrccts, fronting on Williams
I street, containing two acres, moro or lees.
This lot of Land will bo sold in half aero lots.
All the above being tho lands of which thc lato
Jacob Rife died possessed.
TERMS OK SALK.-One-third cash: balanen
in ono and two yours, eecurod by bond and
mortage of thc premises. Purchssors to pay
tor stamps nnd papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
July lt) sm_ S. B. C.
~~ $10,^0. ~
MTHAT splendid CORN AND COT-^^.
TON FARM, known as the "SALU-3BI
DA FORK PLANTATION,"eituatod3Z
nine miles South from Newberry Conrt House,
S. C., and forty miles from Columbia. Tho
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of choice lands; about twclvo hundred of
which aro opon, and tho balanco woodland.
Bounded on two sides by "Bush" and "JBig"
Salada Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
the most desirablo bottom or swamp lauds;
and on Big Saluda River it has one of tho
most valuable unimproved water privilegoB in
the South. The improvements aro an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Houses for laborers quarters,
I Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
I Shop? and other ont-housca-all Bound and iii
good condition. Belonging to thc place, and
propelled by an excellent water power, is ono
of tho best Merchant Mills in tho State, having
two ?etts of forty-eight inch French Burr
Wheat Stones, and ono of eamo size for Corn,
with machinery all completo. Also, a No. I
Circular Saw Mill; Gin Houao with a ?oventy
tive Saw Gin; Threshing House, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Lauds iu this ecction will produce
from one to two balee of cotton per acre with?
out, a doubt.
Terms cash or its equivalent. Parties wiell?
ing to purchase, can nee tho place and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Tool, Ebq., Newberry Court House, 8. C.,
or address H. WARE A SON,
July ii 2nio*_ New Orloana, La.
NINETY dny?: after dato application will bo
made for renewal of Certifiicatea of TEN
SHARES South Carolina R-.ilroad and Bank
Stock, date and number un .nown.
Renewal of Certificates for TEN HALI
SHARES same Road and Bank, No. 315, datec
March 30, 18G0.
Renewal of Certificates of SEVEN SHARE?
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad, No
1,081, dato unknown.
All standing in the name of John T. Good
wyn, and originals lost.
THOMAS TAYLOR, Executor.
Juno 17 mo3
THE BROOKS' PORTABLE
R E V 0 L V I N 0
COTTON SCREW PRESS.
The best and cheapest Cotton Press now offered to the Farmer.
ITS excellency consists in UH simplicity, strength, portability, tiornpaeineas, and convenience.
It can be haulod oil a two-horse wagon.
Titree hands can put it up and take it down in nit hour.
Two hands can pack 500 poonda with ease, without a horne.
It took the Firat Premium over cloven Presses at the Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair of
Louisiana, April 15, 1869.
lt is a Southern invention, and we have a number of certificates from tho highest authority.
Price of Irons, complete, $140, Price of Irons and Box, complete, $170.
To secure a Press, orders must ho made early, to
F. A. CONNER, General Agent. Cokoabury, S. C.
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISH Ell, Columbia, s. C,
GOLDSMITH A KIND, Manufacturers,Columbia. B.C.
ROBERT MOORMAN & CO., Nowbcrry, S. C.
JAMES PAGAN, Chester, 8. C.
Julv 16 2m J E. J. WISS, ("hurlcston, S. C.