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?t?BbK^ A?g?tt li.^?eaiguat?m ?f
tue entire Ministry is espootod, under
the censure of the UDJ^ House, ,
ii^KUPooi,, August lL^The; eherner
of Oommorco boa resolved to son d a Jet*
tor to ?ho American Chambers, pointing
out tho system of using unnecessary
^?t^?st ?? covering and too heavy bands
of iron ou bales of cotton, and BUggost
iog tho adoption at the American .ports
Of a system of al io wau co of tare, which
prpTafls ln il^gland; , 1
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.-iii/?J ' .ni ' DoMtiUi Hckwa. ind
?lSPStt?l ?H U.^TH? .Wkers
WUP pleaded guilty to usury, were fined
$2D0j except two, who were committed
for five day*.
.u:^M?bA&x, Angnst ll,-The contending
parties hold tho different ends of the
tunnel on, tho Susquehanna Railroad,
through which two or toree'fights have
. occurred, and several persons severely
wounded. The militia has gone to the
spot.1 ?Ii&ter advices state tbat.the con?
tending parties have yielded the road to
Pnu^P?LPHiA, August H. -13,000 se?
gara were seized to-day, for non-payment
1 .COWJMB?S, OHIO, August ll.-The
Democratic Central Committee bas nomi?
nated George H. Pendleton for Govern?
or. Pendleton accepts. '
MONT OOM i? P. y-, August ll.-A petition
from, some of the Republicans of. Mobile
wa? made yesterday, to Gov. Smith, ask?
ing him to place that city under martial
law. A delegation from the citizens of
Mobile arrived here to-day, and had ?n
interview with,the Governor, which was
entirely satisfactory, and resulted in bis
declining to put the city under military
MoBTiiB, Angust ll.-David P. Reid,
- a prominent oitizen of this city, who was
accused by the radicals of firing the first
shot at tho radical meeting last Thurs?
day night, gave himself up for trial yes?
terday, and Was honorably acquitted by
tho May or this morning.
" MACPN, August 11.-The first bale ol
cotton of tho new crop was received here
to^?y; r?'ised by P. W. Jones, of Bakei
County. The class is New York mid?
dlings. It will be shipped to Boston.
'1 CnATtTjiisTON, August ll.-Sailed
steamer Magnolia, New York.
PM\w?SHOK?T?oir, August ll.-Poore ii
instructed to be' vigilant and enforct
strictly the law of nations, and hold onb
official relut ion s with the Spanish an
tborities, and insist upon humanity anc
. j us tice, .wharp the life : and fiber ty o
American citizens are involved. Tlx
Spanish executions nt Santiago de Cubi
are pot ? Bntiefnotorily explained to th<
Cabinet. The Spanish gnn-boats mus
remain nuder seizure; further action i
-postponed until next Cabinet meeting
which is called for the 20th.
It is stated on the authority of "W
P. Edwards, member of Congress fron
Georgia, that the negro postmaster Tur
ner bas been removed, and Wasbingtoi
. reinstated in the Macon Post Office.
? -The.President authorizes the publics
tion of a conversation, showing stronj
affiliation with the radical Republican
of Mississippi and Texas.
j Internal revenue receipts to-day, $179,
Gen. danby, commanding in Virginia
and the President, had a long interview
Treasurer Spinner directs Assistan
Treasurers to withdraw legal tender ten
I j The speeches of Grant and the Mexi
eau Minister Mariscal were cordial an
mutually complimentary. Not muoh i
them. The Mexican Claims Commissio
organized, bnt is yet engaged on rules c
order; after which it will take seven
. days' recess.
Tho President bas intimated, neilin
in conversation nor by letter, bis desir
that Judge Dent should withdraw froi
tho Mississippi canvass. In view of tb
present complications, Judge Dent d<
cides that Lo will canvass tho State c
Mississippi in favor of the conservati
Republican candidates, whether himse
or another heads the ticket.
The Secretary of State instructs Bal
low to deliver tho Spanish gnn-boats <
the custody of the Commander of tl
Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Judge McCunn orders the discharj
of tho Texan Pratt; but as Pratt is i
Fort LoFayette, it don't appear how tb
decision is to be enforced.
The following is telegraphed by ri
quest: The following statement is mac
?ubfio by permission of tho Presiden
n an interview with Gen. Tarbell, S
eretary of the Republican Executr
Committee of Mississippi, at the res
dence of Secretary Fish, in New Yor
on the 6th inst., Gen. Grant remark(
on the small number of Republicans e
gaged in the National Republican par
in Mississippi using tho name of Judj
Dent, and said that in bis judgment tl
fact was itself ovidonco that they oou
not be otherwise than used by the opp
sition. The President said his only d
sire was peace and amity, and ho wou
do anything that was right to bring th
about. But these people cast suspicio
on their own motives by the fact that i
their efforts seem to be aimed at divi
ing, not aiding, the Republican party
their midst. If they were really in et
nest, they would not bo so anxious abp
those with whom they aoted. To since
men, it could not be diffioult to tell w!
in the South wero and had been the a
ministration's friends. The Preside
stated that in his eon versal ions with t
gentlemen representing tho new Repe
lican party in Mississippi, ho bad (
pressed himself mnoh more emphatica
against their course than ho bad to Gc
Tarbell. Ho said he fully endorsed G<
Ames' administration, and that , that
floor would have to do much and mc
serious than he had heard charged 1
fore he would subject, bim to removal,
sieadyA al 607. ? Sterling 9>i. Gold
33)si. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton inore active; sales
2,600 bales, at 83>?\ Flour dull-super.
5.90(^6.oQ:< oomnapn to lair extra Soothe
ern email@example.com. . Wheat dull and 2(2)4c.
lower during; tfia daj. Cor^^atcongJy
favors buyers. v Pork quiet, at 33?? cash.
Lard firmer-kettla 20@20% Whiskey
l.T2)?. Money active, at 6?7, Sterl-.
ing 10. Gold dull,' ak 35. Stocks fever-"
ish and unsettled. r,
BALTIMORE, August ll.-Cotton quiet
and unchanged. Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat firm-choice red l.G0@1.7?; good
firstname.lastname@example.orgJ. Corn firm-white 1.10; yel?
low* ?.email@example.comV . TOats-. doll,' B5@61.
Whiskey 1;13@1?4. J J
I ST. LOUTS, August ll.-Whiskey 1.10.
Pork 34Bacon quiet and unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, August ll.-Flour firm.
Mess pork 34.00. Shoulders 16; clear
sides 19X@19% ; hams_22@2?)ii. Lard
-new 20; keg 21>?. Whiskey 1.03.
CINCINNATI, August ll.-Whiskey
1.08. Lard held at 20.
NEW ORLEANS, August ll.-Cotton de?
mand fair, with sales of 319 bales-low
middlings 30; receipts 320. Flour
firm-superfine 6.65; double 6.50; treble
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn-mixed 1.00. Oats
65. Pork firmer, at email@example.com. Ba?
con firmer, at 163.^19)^; barns 23?25.
Sogar-common 11@12; prime 14>?.
Molasses-reboiled 65@70. Whiskey
firstname.lastname@example.org. Coffee inactive, and nomi?
nal-fair 15@15^; prime 16^. Gold
MOBILE, August ll.-Cotton market
dosed quiet, with sales of 75 bales; low
middling 30; reoeipts ll.
AUGUSTA, August ll.-Cotton market
dull, with sales of 70 bales; receipts 6;
CHARLESTON, August ll.-Cotton dull
and nominal, with sales of 16 bales
middlings 311 ??.
LONDON, August ll-3 P. M.-Consols
for money 92J?. Bonds steady, nt 83%.
LIVERPOOL, August ll-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton a Bbade firmer-uplands 1270 : Or?
LIVERPOOL, August ll-Evening.
Cotton firm-uplands 13; Orleans 18@
13>8? ?ales 12,000 bales.
INCREASED PAY.-Army officers ask
for increased pay. They are circulating
petitions among the regiments asking
Congress to increase the pay of their
masters. It is not stated whether the
pay of the privates is to bo increased.
Grant, of oourso, is in favor of exalting
the army officers. His pride of profes?
sion naturally leads in that direction.
E. B. Washburno put him off last win?
ter, when he asked for increased pay for
the dignitaries of his profession, on the
ground of economy, as the demand for
retrenohment was universal. Instead of
asking for more pay, let tho officers re?
sign and get more in better occupations
if they can. We hope to havo very little
more nie for them, and aa their occupa?
tion will ero long be a mere sinecure, the
present pay is enough.
After the war closed there was a great
"scramble" for official position ia the
regular army. This showed that the
pay was sufficient; und if it was then
enough, has the fall of prices rendered
an increase of salaries necessary for their
support? Of course, they want more
pay if they can get it, and are not to be
blamed for trying to got it; bnt we pro?
pose the alternative of resignation for
those who are dissatisfied.
[Cincinnati Times (Republican.)
SOUTHERN SECURITIES IN* NEW YORK.
Tho Herald, of Sunday, in its financial
review of the week, gives the follow?
ing as the condition of that market for
The following were the closing prices
for Southern seourities: Tennessee, ex
coupon, 61>?@62; do., new, 55.9^(a,55^;
Virginia, ex-coupon, 57,^(rt;57!4; do.,
new, 60V?@.60>.<; Georgia sixes, 83@
84; do., sevens, 91 ?.?($92; North Caroli?
nas, ex-coupon, 57($57>;,'; do., new,
51@51);<; Louisiana sixes, 7U@.71;
Alabama eights, 92)??94; do., sixes,
sterling, 90(a;95; South Carolina, sixes,
65(a>67; do., new, 62@62).j; do., regis?
tered stock, 65@67. Greenville and
Columbia Bailroad, guaranteed, 65@67.
A physician, who lived in Loudon,
visited a lady who lived in Chelsea. After
continuing his visits for some time, tho
ludy expressed au apprehension that it
might be inconvenient for bim to como
so far on her account. "O, madame!"
replied the doctor, "I have another pa?
tient in this neighborhood, and by that
means, you ku'Ow, I kill two birds with
A clergyman was preparing his dis?
course for Sunday, stopping occasionally
to review what be had written, and to
erase that which bo was disposed to dis?
approve, when be was accosted by his
little son, who had numbered but iivo
summers, "Father, does God tell you
what to preach ?" "Certainly, my child."
"Then, what makes you scratch it out?"
NOVELTY IN CHURCH RULE".-Wo learn,
says the Atlanta Constitution, that an ef?
fort is being mado in one of the churches
in Cherokee County to exclude from tho
church all female members who wear
hoops, paniers, Grecian bends, small
bats, or use cosmetics, paint, or other
appliances to make an external ?bow
"for man's illusion given."
During a thunder-storm nt Nashville,
the lightning struck a brick kiln, break?
ing it into very smalt pieces. The briok,
unburned, to the number of 150,000,
were not disturbed, but on tho contrary,
were all fused together and made quito
hard. There was not an independent
one in the whole pile, yet each retained
It is estimated that there are now
170,000 Chinamen in the United States.
ttlMnttTtjriHwt? Mv?iBJt!* phenome
occurred at Indian Grave Gap, ia
pboll County, Tennessee, through
whick tho Knoxville and Kentucky Bail
road is being built, on Sunday afternoon.
Huting a sevete thunder .sfc?m, and
whilo it was at its height, the gap was
suddenly filled with countless numbers
of snakes, which were seen falling for
nearly ton minutes. They were of tho
common species, uud measured from five
inches to two feet io length. They w?re
all dend, being killed, it is snppofied, by
the fall. The news of this freak of na
tute soon became known among the farm?
ers of tho region, and created the most
intenso excitement. By evening the gap
was crowded with hundreds of people,
drawn hither to witness the novel spec?
tacle. Numerous surmises were indulged
in by the puzzled spectators, but the
general ppinion. was that the .mysterious
Bhdwer ' was? the premonition of some
dread ful scourge.
[Ctarksville (lenn.) Patriot.
CUBE FOU MAD DOO BITB.-Franklin
Dyre, a highly respectable and intelli
Sent farmer of ; Galena, Kent County,
faryland, gives the following as a sure
cure for the bite of a mad dog. As will [
be seen, be has tested it, with the most I
Elecampane is a plant well known to
most persons, and is to be found in
many of our gardens. Immediately
after being bitten, tako one and a half
ounces of the plant-the green root is
perhaps preferable, bnt the dried will
answer, and may be found in our drog
stores, and was used by me-slice or
bruise, put into a pint of fresh milk,
boil down to half a pint, strain, and
when cold, drink it, fasting at least six
hours afterward. The next morning re?
peat the dose, fasting, using two ounces
of the root. Ou the third morning take
another dose, prepared as the last, and
this will be sufficient. It is recommended
that after eaoh dose nothing should be
eaton for at least six hours.
A New York letter says: "Mr. Degroot
is putting an immense bronze casting of
scenes'in the life of Commodore Vander?
bilt over the entrance to the Hudson
River freight depot in St. John's Park.
It will coat $800,000, and is the largest
casting in the world. The foundation
alono cost ?80,000."
Some learned critics aro running pa?
rallels between Gen. Grant, the proprie?
tor of the lamented "Addie," and Cali?
gula, who appointed his horse Inoiratus
to the consulship. Now, as Addie was
not that kind of horse, it is just possible
that she was in training to run for Mayor
A man and his wifo, named Conyng?
ham, living near Floyd, Iowa, wore in?
stantly killed by lightning, while in bed
sleeping. Their corpses were perfectly
black from the effects of the stroke. The
mon's mother was rendered insane by
the same shook.
A runaway con plo at San Francisco,
two weeks ago, being unable to procuro
a license, chartered a tug boat and a
clergyman, and were married "two ma?
rine leagues from shore." They returned
sea-sick, but successful.
During a drunken row at Indianapolis,
on Saturday night, Julius Black was
shot to death by Eugene Salleser.
A Hungarian woman of 115 years has
tried to poison her family because it was
growing so large.
Chinese Social Life,
BY Justice Doolittle-illustrated-with eomo
account of their Religious Education and
Business Customs and Opinions. 2 vols. $5.
Stewart McKenzie's Campaign in China
published in 1842. 50 conte.
NowfSnpply Yesterday, To-Day aad Forever.
Bights and Sensations in Franco, Germany
and Switzerland. $1.50.
Famous London Merchants. A book for
Baker's Birlo and Hound in Ceylon. Illus?
Popular Education and Public Instruction.
The Wodding Dav in all Ages und Conn trice.
By Wood. $1.50
My Daughter Elinor. A Novel. $1.25.
Thackeray's Novels-at 50 and 75 cent*.
For sale a"t DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
AugUMt 10 Bookstore.
.4? sign cf the ff, jfmK Mammoth Walch.
Gregg's Building, Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAS on band, aud ia
[constantly receiving ad?
ditions to his stock of, Q?LD and SIL?
VER WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL?
RY, Silver and Flated Ware,, Specta?
cles, and Fine Cutlery.
He would call particular attention to his
stock of PLATED WARE, usefal as well as or?
namental, which is all warranted triple plated,
and sold astonishingly lc r for cash.
July 15 CALL ANO EXAMINE._
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY, .vc. $1.50.
Hill to Hill, by Surry, of Eagle's Nest, $1.50.
Fivo Acres Too Much, by Rooseveldt, a very
pleasant and instructive book, $1.50.
How Crops Orow, for all agriculturalists, by
Professor Johnson, $1.50.
Old Town Folks, a novol, by Mrs. Stowe, $2.
Tho Wodding Day in all Ages and Countries.
Strotton. a novel, by Kingsley, 40 cents.
Tho Villa on tho Rhine, by Auerbach.
Ho Know Ho was Right, by Trollope.
The Malay Archipelago, its Inhabitants and
Animals, finely illustrated, full of information.
European Vineyards, by Flagg, $1.50.
Liddons' Bampton Lectures, London.
The Virginians, The Newcomes, cheap edi?
tions Thackeray's works and other new books.
For salo at BRYAN & McCARTEB'S
Juno 30_ Bookstore.
CITY MACHINE WORKS,
COL UMBI A, S. C.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufacture
fe TEAM ENGINES, Portablo and Station?
ary, of from 4 to 25 horeo power. MILLS and
MILL GEARING furnished at tho lowest price
and shortest notice. All work guaranteed.
April 1 ?mot_RICHARD TOZER.
A desirable BE8IDENCE, containing
seven rooms. Well of good water on the
premises. Apply to
July 13 GREGG, PALMER & CO.
~??g 12 .'.nj-;, > 114 J. ft AGNEW.
> gtrfktioMeri' Mkfttfgl ' >T V
AMEETING of th? Stockholders of the Co-,
lumbia Bridgo Company will Uko place
on FRIDAY noxt, Kt 10 o'clock A. M., nt Col.
Wm. Wallace's Office.
ThttArifl ba ?ti import ?ht .moating, and the
Stockholders should be preaent or represent?
ed. r : * '* * ? ' ' . Aug 12 9
Frida? tnlnff, Auguit 13, I860.
Grand Concert by Post Band.
A CONCERT will bo giren by the POST
?\_ BAND, at tho abovo named Hall, on
FRIDAY EVENING, August 13, commencing
at half-past 8 o'clook. Admission 60 cents;
Children 25; Colored ! Gallery 25. Reserved
Scats 50 couts.
For full particulars see programme. Tickets
m av bo obtained at Bryan & Mc Carter'? Book
H toro._k_Aug 12 2
Notice to Cotton Planters.
WE, the undersigned, beg leave to inform
tho growers ot cotton, that we have
mane arrangements to run the following well
known GINS BT STF.Asr, at om* Warehouse in
Columbia, this season, vis: Albany Star, Emo?
ry, Guillett, Carver, Brown, of Georgia, and
tue great American Mills Ghi; which enables
ua to gin and pack thirty-five balea per day,
giving the planter tho option of either of the
.above gins, which justillos us in offering our
services at a much lower rate than any ono
We are also prepared to outer into engage?
ments to gin and paok on plantations in any
portion of the State.
Gins, Fresaos, Powers and Engines for sale.
Aug 12 6* ALEXANDER A HFENCEll.
?T Newberry JRerald please copy.
DRESSTQ??DS ! DRE88 GOODS ! !
C. F. JACKSON'S.
THE season is advancing, and wo still have
on baud a beautiful and varied assortment
of DRESS GOODS, which has boen recently
overlooked, and tho prices marked down ex?
tremely low. We especially iuvite the atten?
tion of the Ladies to thia department, feeling
aaanred that there ia not a better selection to
found iu the city.
The friends of Mr. J. L. DIXON will fi ml
him at this establishment, where ho will be
glad to seo them, and pay them every atten?
tion. _Aug 12
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
1'alenteH December, 1867.
AFTER au extensivo uso of this important
improvement in practice for nearly two
years, it ia with full confide nee urged upon.tho
profession and the public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial Dentures.
As in thia method, .rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it la desirable that it should
fall especially into the hands of those familiar
with gold plate work.
It may not bo genorally known that they
who wear cases of artificial tooth, constructed
according to thia patent, by Dentists who are
not licensees, render themselves liable ta the
penalty of infringement, as well as the ope?
Office rights wiil bc disposed of and instruc?
tion givon by letter, or at tho operating rooms
of Reynolds A Reynolds, where the manipula?
tion may be daily witnessod, and whero com?
munications mtv be addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Aug 12 %_Columbia, H. C.
Fire Insurance Co.,
Incorporated 1S10-Charter Perpetual.
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS Company received premiums upon
fire risks in tho United States from July 1,
1868, to July 1, 1869, amounting to $3,487,525.
06. It paid losses during the aanio poriod
amounting to $1,622,000. This giant oftico
more than keeps pace with tko growth of tho
general Fire Iusuranco business of the coun?
try. Nothing shakes it from ita pre-eminence.
Last year its premiums received wero double
the total received in 1863; and tho ratio of loss
to premium*! received leas than any year's ra?
tio of tho Company'? prorioua half century of
Tho /BTNA'8 surplus is now nearly equal to
ita capital, which, with ordinary aucceaa, will
make it $6,000,000
Ita preaent management ha8 never been aur
pasaed in ability throughout tho Company's
history of fifty years.
Risks taken by GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office No. 2 Columbia Hotel Building, Co?
lumbia, S. C._Aug 12 2mo
AFRESH supply of LEMONS, CRACKERS
and CANDIES, at KRAFT'S Bakery,
Aug ll imo_Main street.
?)f\CASE8 California CHAMPAGNE, ???
?Z?\r nvfnatured from pie pure and unadulte?
rated juice of the ?rape, and much superior in
flavor and quality to the many chemically pro
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
thc public. Price per caso of 1 dozon Quarts,
$15.00; or, 2 dozen Pinta at $16. Torms cash.
Aug ll_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
DR. THOS. T. MOORE,
ed, and will bo
glad to meet
'his patients at
hie Oftico, over
Messrs. Bryan A McCarter'a Bookstore, Main
street._Aug ll 2?
OLD BANK BILLS,
Old Bank Stock,
By D. GAMBRILL, Main .?reet.
Estate of Frederick Jfcsterfleth.
NOTICE ia horoby giv*n that on tho 23d
dav of August ney* the undersigned will
apply t > Hon. William Hntson Wigg. Judge of
Probate for Riobland Comity, for a final dis?
charge as Administrator of tho estate of Fre?
derick Zeaterdoth, deceased._
July 23 $13 WM. STEIGLITZ, Adm'tor.
met with euob general favor, -Those in want
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
Anglo ' - ,8
FRE8H arrppL? Of,
8PEAR'8 SOLTJT?ON FOB
Aug 6 At E. E. JA<
LL poi ?ons holding claims against the
^A. estate of JOHN I. RAW LS, deceased,
will present them, properly attested; and all
indebted will make payment to the undersign?
ed, on or before the 1st day of January, 1870.
D. B. FEASTER,
Aug 5 tb3_Administrators.
In the District Court of the Unitod Staten
for South Carolina,
July Term, 1869,
Di the matter of John E. Robertson, of Colum?
bia, Bankrupt-Petition for full and final
discharge in Bankriiptcy.
ORDERED, that a hearing bo had on tho
25th day of October, at Federal Court
House in Charleston. S. C.; and that ail cre?
ditors, Ac, of said bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and show cause, if any they
oan, wfay thc prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted.
By order of the Court, the 27th day of July,
1869. DANIEL HOBLBECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of the Uuited
States for South Carolina._July 29 tb3
Summer Goods !
PRIOR TO TAKING STOCK, AND
moving in New Store, will sell
for fifteen days tho abovo class of
Gooda, at and bolow first coat. Call
at tho Sign of
BIG BOOT AND HAT,
Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Aug 1 A. SMYTHE.
MTHAT splendid CORN AND r.fvr
TON FARM, known as the "8ALU-9B
DA. FORK PLANTATION," situatfldZE
nine miles South from Newberry Court House,'
S. C., and forty milos from Columbia. The
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of choice lauds; about twelve hundred of
which are open? and the balance woodland
Bounded onlw? side? by "BuBh" and "Big
Saluda Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
the most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Saluda Biver it has one of the
most valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. Tba improvements aro an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Housos for laborers quartere,
Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-hounen-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to the place,,and
propelled by an excellent water power?is one
of tho beat Merchant Mills in the State, having
two setts of forty-eight1 ' Inch French Barr
Wheat 8tonos, and one of same Bize for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Also, a No. 1
Circular Saw Mill; Gin HOUBO with a seventy
five 8aw Gin; Threshing Houwe, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Landa in this section will produce
from one to two bales of cotton per acre with?
out a doubt.
Terms cash or its equivalent. Parties wish?
ing to purchase, can see the placo and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Pool, Esq., Newberry Court House, 8. C.
or address H. WARE A SON,
July 9 2mo * New Orleans, La.
SOME dealers in this city have boen in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this Bummer. I now inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, wbioh 1 put against any Beer brought
from the North, or oven imported from Ger?
many, ae to pnrity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer scalo.
June 13_JOHN C. BEEPERS'.
First of the Season.
pf f\ BAPS NEW FLOUR, from tho Excel
t)U eior Mills, Augusta, warranted flrat
quality. For s* 1 by E. A P. D. HOPE.
?B?k DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for tho
^J^Wiiberal patronage be has received from
tbs oitizona Of thia city and tho surrounding
District, during the past year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations on the
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES,' in every approved method,
1 carefully and satisfactorily oxecut?d-among
which ho would call special attention to that
known aa Reynolds' Patent; and of bia anc
coas in constructing Artificial Cases by this
Beautiful and durable process, ho is enabled,
with confidence, to icier to bia patients and to
the patentee. O flic o on Mainstreet, over Firat
National Bank. %_Jan 8
ORANGE BRAND HAMS.
Thoma*' Kentucky HAMS.
Sugar-cured ST Ri PS.
I Fulton Market Beef, Smoked Tongues.
Picklod Salmon, icc. For sale by
July lt ? GEO. 8YMMERS.
FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON.
.LEMONS AND ORANGES,
A fresh lot of fino French Confection?
ery-something rich, rare and palatable.
Frosh Nuts, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lomon Sugar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKES and PIES-fresh and made to order.
Puro CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Sots-a fine, healthy, eut-door exor?
The t">b8criber, intending to give bia friends
and ?astomers a chance to keep cool has de
tr. mined to reduce tho price of C/REAM for
tho balance of the season.
Cream per quart, 75 cents.
Cream per plate, 20 cents
Cream per half plate, 1* cents.
Lemonado and Fru?? Beverages, 10 cents per
Call and bo co^inced of tho correctness of
the abovo. J. MCKENZIE,
June 4 _ Main Street.
AFULL assortment on hand. MILLSTONES
and IRONS, purcbasod at low ratea, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
tlottf MfitMcfTttHl ftjr Osler st 'CHW?CT,
THE FINE STEAM FLOUR?
ING AND SAW MILL, about 100
yards from tho Charlotte and
South-'Carolina Railroad Depot,
?ia offered for aale by the sub- j
Situated in a fine wheat country, with the
certainty of a splendid wheat crop thia season,
tboy offer the property at a very low price, to
enterprising capitalists. -.
.Parties wishing to know particulars, and tb
make a profitable investment, will address
JOHN CAMPSEN St CO.,
Ang 10 mtblmo Oharlaatos, 8. O.
University of South Carolina.
THE next Session will begin on
the first MONDAY in October,,and
?continuo, ?without intermission,
[to ibo ensuing July, null
Advantages are offered at thia
Institution to Students in Law,
(the graduates being entitled to practice in
the'Courts of this State;) in Medicine, (tho
coursa of instruction being extensive and
thorough, with two written examinations dur?
ing the y ea sion;) in Engineering, Mathoma
! tics, Mental, Moral and Political Philosophy,
History, Rhetoric, English Literature, An?
cient and Modern Languages, and in the va
I riona Scientific Schools, '.-.<..
Expenses for Session of nine months:
Annual fee, $$.00; Library fee, $10.00; Room
Rent fee, ?15.00: Tuition feo,-- ; for each
of throe schools, $15.00; Tuition in Law or
Medicine, $50.00. Board can be kad at $16 to
920 per month. By mossing, it will be leas.
For further information, send for Catalogues
to tho Secretary of tho Faculty, Rev. C. Bruce
Walker. R. W. BARNWELL,
:. Chairman of Faonlty.
Con?VBiA, S. C.. August gj 18C9. j2mo
Select School for Young Ladies.
MISS C. C. BALL will open, on
the lat of September, 18(39, a select
^8CHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
r A full corps of experienced Teach?
ers and Professors will bo employ?
ed. Charges moderate. For circu?
lars, address tho PRINCIPAL, Baltimore, Md.
Miss Ball will bo assisted by her sister, Mrs.
C. E. ENGELBRECHT, formerly of Columbia,
8. C. _July 15 ths!4
LAURENS C. H., S. C.
THIS establishment has been
completely furnished, and is
now opec Tor tbo aocommoda
_?tion of permanent and tran?
sient boarders. Table wcU supplied. Rooms
comfortable. Term s moderate.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
July 31 jlmo*_? | ?
H?INITSB. S QUEEN'S. DELIGHT.
THE WONDER OF
HOUSEHOLD REMEDY for every DIS?
EASE OF THE BLOOD. .
No Medicine has attained auch a world?
wide reputation aa thia Justly .celebrated
compound. * ii
Ita extraordinary healing powers are attest?
ed to by thousands, and every mail ia freight?
ed with letters bearing testimony to ita excel?
lent oharaotez and worth aa a medicine.
Orders are coming in from all quarters, and
all boar unmistakable evidence of ita great
FOR HUMORS XIV THE BLOOD.
?&- QUEEN'S DELIGHT, ^M
Cst fi?" THE Gil EAT "T^fi 4
?a@~ BLOOD AND LITER -?t S
MEDICINE. -?a *
'sxAiiviawoa aivita^ noa
Be sure and ask for
? > HKIXITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,'
And see that bia name ison it.
Look ont and avoid base imitations.
f FISHER A HEINITSH, Wholesale Agents,
July nt Columbia, 8. C.
?????????????????? The symptoms
aaVBVBaaMMBVnMUMBYanpain In the aide.
Sometimes tho pain is in the shoulder, and ia
mistaken for rheumatism. The stomach is
affected with loss of appetite and sickness,
bowels in general costive, sometimes alternat?
ing with lax. The head is troubled with pain,
and dull, heavy sensation, considerable loss ot
memory, accompanied with painful sensation
of having left ...Juno something which ought
to have been done. Often complaining of
weakness, debility, and low spirits. .Some?
times some of the*above symptoms attend the
disease, and at other timea very few of them;
L"""""""""**"*"***"lbut the Liver is
_ [volved. Curo
?BBBVBBBKBBBBBtliC Liver with
I DR. SIMMONS'
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury
to any one.
It has been used by hundreds, and known
for the last thirty-five yeara aa one of tbo most
reliable, efficacious ana harmless preparations
ever offered to the suffering. If taken regu?
larly and persistently, it ia aure to cure.
Dyspopaia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of tho
i II 'i aili ma-wiiHiiii-na tho skin, im
pnrity of Uiu blood, melancholy, OT depression
of spirits, heartburn, eolio, or pains in the
bowels, pain in tho head, feyer aad ague,
dropsv, boils, pain in back ?nd limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious die
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN <fc CO.,
Druggists, Macon, Ga.
Price $1; by mail, $1.25.
Tho following highly respectable persons
can fully stteat to the virtues of this valuable
medicim), and to whom we moat respectfully
?tn. W. S. Holt, President 8. W. R. R Com?
pany; Rev. J. R. Folder, Perry, Ga.; Col. E. K.
Sparks, Albany, Ga.; Geo. J, Luneford, Esq.,
Conductor S. W. R. R.; C. Masterson, Esq.,
Sheriff Bibb County; J. A. Butts, Bainbridge,
Ga.; Dykes Sc Sparhawk, Editors Floridian,
Tallahassee; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.;
Virgil Powers, Esq., Superintendent S. W. R.
R. ; Daniel Bullara, Bollard's Station, Macon
St Brunswick R. R.,Twigg*County, Ga.; Gren?
ville Wood, Wood's Factory. Ma'on, Ga.; Rev.
E. F. Ea8ti!rling, P. E. Florida Conference;
Major A. P. Wooley. Kingston, Ga.; Editor
Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall*, formerly
of Columbia, S. C.
For salo by all druggists. July 13 i3mo
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for sale low, bv
FISHER, LOWRANCE St FISHER.