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Fore lg? New?.
Panis, ?sguat 16.-In bono* ot Napo?
leon Bonaparte's hundredth. birth-day,
the ,i *rap*roT hes amnestied all press and
political offenders and deserters from the
army, navy and merchant marino service.
HAVANA, August ld.-Owing to dissa?
tisfaction, the office of press censor has
been ' discontinued-DeRodas ordering
news, whether good or bad, to be trans?
mitted. The newspapers represent that
Jordan has fled to the mountains, but
that Quesada is threatening Espiritu
WASHINGTON, August 16.-A letter from
Dent to Grant has been published, where?
in Debt protests against Grant's support
of the bitter enders, claiming that the
Government has foiled the bitter enders
in getting possession of Mississippi under
the defeated Constitution, but that it now
supports them. Dent expresses his opi?
nion, that notwithstanding the Cabinet
support of the bitter enders, they will be
defeated in Mississippi.
Supervisor Perry, of North and South
Carolina, reports the seizure of 40,000
boxes ?. tobacco and much machinery in
It may be confidently stated that asser?
tions regarding Hoar's opiniou, Cabinet
instructions . and Canby's intentions re?
garding tho . exaction of the test oath
from Virginia legislators, are mere spe?
culations. ., Nothing definite hos been de?
termined opp m . .
Acting Secretary Richardson has pre?
pared instructions to collectors, naval
officers, surveyors, and appraisers, In
which ho remine^ them that in accord?
ance with: existing regulations no subor?
dinate officers of the customs can be ro
moved Or appointed without the previous
sanction of the Secretary of the Trea?
Internal revenue receipts from all
sources lor tho year ending .June 30, is
as follows: Distilled spirits, $43,800,000;
tobacco, $22,200,000; fermented liquors,
$5,600,000; income. $23,300,000; stamps,
815.505,000; total, $110,205,000. Seven?
ty-seven .districts are yet to be heard
from. Revenue receipts to-day $705,000;
coin in the Treasury $107,000,000, includ?
NEW YORK, August 16.-The Federal
building in Chambers street is crammed
with people anxious to witness the pro?
ceedings in the Pratt case. The United
States troops are well supplied with ball
cartridges and rations. They are still
guarding Marshal Barlow. Pratt will be
produced before the United States Com?
missioner at 2 o'clock. It is rumored
that a requisition for tho prisoner has been
received from General Reynolds. Later
proceedings in the case of the Govern?
ment against J. H. Pratt came to a stand,
this afternoon, by the discbarge of Pratt
by, the United States Commissioner Os?
born, i The announcement of the deci?
sion was mode with cheers by au excited
crowd of about 2,000 persons.
Geo. W. Rutter, President of the First
National Bank of Memphis, was arrested
here to-day, obarged with the embezzle?
ment of $600,000 of the Tennessee school
fund. Rutter is in jail.
PHILADELPHIA, August 16.-The Na?
tional Labor Convention has assembled;
200 delegates present.
The ex-blockade runner, Hornet, hail?
ing from Portland, Me., and cleared for
Liverpool, via Havana, was captured to?
day on suspicion of intending to violate
the neutrality laws. The Hornet had
twenty-five men aboard armed with re?
volvers, and was attended by u tug,
NASHVILLE, August 16.-Governor
Senter has arrived in this city, and met
with a brilliant reception. Ho was es?
corted from the railway depot to tho
City Hotel, where he delivered a speech
in response to tho address of ex-Govern?
or Neil Brown. In the course of his re?
marks, Governor Senter emphasized one
point, and that was that in Tennessee
there must be no proscription on account
of rebellion, race, or color; suffrage and
the fullest political and civil rights must
be free to all. He continued by saying
that the wounds of the past must heal,
and that brotherly love and fraternal
feeling was now to be cultivated all round
in Tennessee. He thought the circum?
stances were ripe for a new party, which
would discard dead issues and act upon
the living present. Bourbonism on the
one hand and proscriptive radicalism on
the other should be ignored and set
aside, and a new departure taken which
would tend to liberal and progressive
ideas and measures. The young men of
the State, he said, carried the recent
election with such impetus that the old
judges were almost unable to dooide how
far they had gone ahead. The wisdom
of age should temper Young America,
but it was striding along like an Arab
Colonel Vandyne, on the part of the
United States Government, is hore to
sue the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail?
road for $1,600,000 for rolling stock sold
by the Government to the road. The
rood offsets the claim by a bill of over
$3,000,000 for the use of the road during
the war. This will serve as a test case
for a number of other Southern Roads.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Va., August
16.-To day, the committee appointed by
the National Board of Trade to report
upon tho most feosable route for tho
transportation of the heavy products of
the West to the Atlantic coast, mot hero.
Various reports were submitted by seve?
ral persons and referred to Mr. Hughes
to bo digested into form. They will re?
main in session several days.
Georgo Peabody has donated to tho
tru?teos of Washington College, of which
Gen. Leo is president, $60,000 to estab?
lish an additional professorship recently
proposed by tho General.
CHARLESTON, August 16.-Arrived
steamer Henry Burdon, Jacksonville.
Tho baso ball match between tho Sa?
vannah and Charleston clubs passed off
quietly t^aaj&rnoon-the j(orm ex being,
victorious. Very few negroes were on
the ground, and there WM no attempt at
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FIWA??CIAX, AJffp COMMEUCIJU..
Nsw YORK, August 16-Noon.-Stocks
weak and unsteady. Money steady, at
6@7. Sterling-long 9%; short 10. Gold
8?. Wheat firm. Oom l@2o. better.
Pork dall, at 28.80. Lard dull-steam
20. Cotton quiet, at '?31',. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and firm, with
sales of 400 bales, at 33>?. Flour-su?
perfino email@example.comJ; Southern unchanged.
Wheat l@2c. better. Corn-Western
mixed firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork steady. Lard
a shade lower-kettle 20%@20>?. Whis?
key active, at 1.15. Bice quiet and firm
-Carolina 8%@9%. Sugar very firm.
Coffee active. Freights firmer-cotton
sail 3-16. Gold 33>?.
BALTIMORE, August 16.-Cotton nomi?
nal, at 33%@33?.i. Flour-small busi?
ness doing. Wheat firm-red 1.60@
1.70. Corn steady-white 1.10; yellow
1.14. Oots56@58. Ryel6@18. Pork
34.00. Shoulders 16><. Lard 20@21.
CINCINNATI, August 16.-Flour higher
-family email@example.com. Provisions quiet
I and firm. Mess pork 33.50. Shoulders
15%; clear sides 19%; hams 23@24.
j NEW ORL?ANS, August 16.-Cotton
eales 75 bales-low middlings 30@30%;
receipts 75. Flour-superfine 5.75;
double 6.50; treble 6.75. Corn dull
white 1.00. Pork held at 35.50. Bacon
17(&19%; hams 23@25. Lard-tierce
?20@20>?; keg 22?23. Sugar firm
common 11@12. prime 14%@14%. Mo?
llasses dull-reboiled 60@7O. Whiskey
1.12>?@1.15. Coffee inactive-fair 15@
15%fprime 16%@16%. Gold 32%.
MOBILE, August 16.-Cotton closed
dull, with sales of thirty bales-low mid?
dlings 30; receipts 18.
AUGUSTA, August 16.-Cotton market
inactive, with sales of 26 bales-receipts
4; middling 30%@31.
CHARLESTON, August 16.--Cotton quiet,
with sales of 23 bales-middling 31%.
If PARIS, August 16.-The bourse lis
heavy. Pentes 73@77.
HAVRE, August 16.-Cotton firm, both
on spot and afloat, at 162}.?.
LONDON, August 16-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 92%. Bonds steady.
LIVERPOOL.. August 16-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton firm and unchanged-uplands 13%;
LIVERPOOL, August 16-Evening.
Cotton firmer-uplands 13%; Orleans
13%; sales 15,000 bales.
A SUIT FOR SLANDER-Gov. SCOTT
AFTER THE ARMS.-An Associated Press
despatch states that Congressman Bowen
hos commenced legal proceedings against
the Mackeys for alleged slanderous pub?
lications in the Charleston News, of the
13th instant. It adds, Governor Scott,
of South Carolina, is here after tho State
quota of arms.
Why did Captain Hendricks station
his force across Meeting, near Queen
street, and charge bayonets upon the
lino that was marching along, oreating
no disorder, unless cheering tho tuno of
"Dixie" can bo considered such? is the
general inquiry among the citizens of
On Sunday morning a difficulty oc?
curred * near the Four-Milo House (says
the Charleston Courier) between two
mulatto men, named Charles Jacobs and
James Seabrook, which resulted in the
death of the latter. A woman was tho
On Friday last, three convicts in Geor?
gia came to untimely ends-one was killed
on the Macon and Augusta Railroad by
having the embankment to fall upon him
while digging; another died of sun-stroke
and the third was shot while attempting
to escape. One coroner inquested them.
THE HUMAN FORM DIVINE.-What sad
havoc Scrofula inflicts on the human sys?
tem. How Rheumatism distorts the
frame. What misery the injudicious uso
of Calomel entails. How sad the effects
of Syphilis transmitted from parent to
child. Would you avoid these terrible
afflictions, fail not to nso DR. TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT. It
penotrates every libro of the system,
even into tho bones, and eradicates every
trace of disease. A14 6
Extract from a letter from Santa Croix.
***** -yy0 ija(i wandered for
many hours through tangled forests of
Tropical shrubs and trees, some of them
emitting a most delicious and invigorat?
ing odor, when we suddenly came upon
a large and well-cultivated plantation, in
the centre of which were several build?
ings. Entering these, wo found them to
be the "press houses," stills, kc, where
tho sugar-cane is crushed for the manu?
facture of St. Croix Rum. Over 100
coolies were at work, and the smell from
the fermenting vats wus very exhilarating
and pleasant. Wo were shown through
tho entiro establishment, and learned
that all thc Rum here produced was
shipped to Messrs. P. H. Drake k Co.,
New York, to bo made into their cele?
brated PLANTATION BITTERS. Tho pecu?
liar good effects of this Rum-which is
the purest and best in the world-are
well known. Not a siugle case of Dys?
pepsia, Fever and Ague, Consumption,
or any such disease can be found on this
Island, (exoept of invalids, who come
here for their health, and they are almost
always cured.) Combined with Calisaya
Bark, Cascarilla, and other important
ingredients, this Rum becomes PLANTA?
TION BrrTEKs; and surely no finer Tonic
and general Family Remedy was over
scon. The combination of these Bitters
was first discovered hero many years
ago, and all the Natives swear by PLAN?
TATION BITTERS, and say "there is no?
thing like it." Judging by the robust
health of tho witnesses, I am certain
their testimony is true. * * R. S. T.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and sold
at half tho price. A14J3
Apothex. new reading--Han proposes
but woman accepte.
Professional thieves lead a comfortable
life because they toke things easy.
Somebody advertises real estate dirt
The Prussian diet-Lager beer ac 1
Shifting the responsibility-Dressing
An excellent car-toon-The whistling
of a locomotive.
A. Swindler keeps a tailor-shop in
The child who cried for an hour, one
day last week, didn't get it.
To kiss a rosy-cheeked girl, and find
your mouth filled with Yen it ian red, and
slie growing pale on it, is truly awful.
Motto for a rejected suitor-Ho wooed,
and she wouldn't. He cooed, but she
Sheridan defined an Irishman as a
machine for converting potatoes into
"What blessings children are !" said j
the parish clerk, when he took fees for
In tho last five years, fifty now street
railroads have been built in New York,
costing 825,000,000. The entire system
"Now, sir," asked a polioe magistrate
of a vagrant Irishman, "what motive
brought you to London?" "The loco?
Loving wife, at Long Branch-"The
horrid surf makes me keep my mouth
shut." Sarcastic husband-"Take some
of it home with you."
Saw-dust pills would effectually cure
many of the diseases with- which man?
kind is afflicted, if every individual
would do his own sawing.
The Blackfeet and Pigeon Indians at?
tacked an ox train, on the 8th, near Camp
Cook, killing Samuel Payson and another
man and wounding several
A boy named Coleman, while hunting
squirreis in Jackson County, Ga., a few
days ago, was brutally murdered. A co?
lored man has been arrested.
The yellow fever is still raging in Key
West. Tho troops have all been removed.
The Catholic priest who -'lately arrived
from Havana, died on the 9th.
Mr. Charles Ray died at his residence,
near Blackville, on Tuesday evening last,
from paralysis. Mr. Ray was loved and
esteemed by all who knew him.
A little boy, named Parker, whilo on
his way to Sunday school, last Sunday,
accidentally stepped upon a piece of
plank in a mill-race, was precipitated
into the water and drowned.
It is stated that the health of George
Peabody, who is now at tho Wrhite Sul?
phur Springs, is no better. Those most
intimate with him say he is failing fast,
and he cannot now write his own name.
A duel was fought near Atlanta, Ga., a
few days ago, between an engineer, named
Maloney, and a Mr. Butoch, in which
the former was killed and the latter se?
A negro man named Nelson Thomas
was killed by lightning, near his house,
in the public road, on the plantation of
the late Gen. Tobin, near Blackville, tho
latter part of last week.
SurrosED Loss OP 400 LITES.-The
steamers United Kingdom, from New
York to Glasgow; Cheduba, from Bom?
bay for Rangoon, and two others are be?
lieved to have been lost, during tho last
three months, with all on board-about
A terrible fire broke out in Paris on the
night of the 23d ult., in the depot of the
Compagnie do Petites Voitures, in the
Rue Stanislas, which was destroyed, to?
gether with a number of adjacent build
I ings, occupied by poor families-numbers
of whom have lost their all. 450 cabs
I and ?80,000 of other property was lost.
Operations have been commenced on
the railroad bridge over the Savannah
River, for the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad. It is to bo of the
"How Truss" patent, supported by four
stone piers; tho extremo length will bc
900 feet, and it is to be completed by the
first of January. Mr. W. Murdoch is
the contractor for the masonry, and the
well known bridgo builder, Mr. Renno,
of North Carolina, has chargo of the su?
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December, 18C7.
AFTER an extensive uso of this important
improvement in practice for nearly two
years, it id with full confidence urged upon the
profession and tho public, aa fulfilling moro
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial Dentures.
AB in thia method, rubber teeth are alto?
gether diacarded, it ia deairable that it should
fall especially into the banda of those familiar
with gold plato work.
Iv may not be gonerally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patont, by Dontists who aro
not licensees, render themselves liahlo to the
penalty of infringement, as woll aa tho ope?
Office righta wiil bo disposed of and instruc?
tion given by lotter, or at the oporating rooms
of Reynolds ?fc Reynolds, where tho manipula?
tion may be daily witneaaod, and whero coni
municationa may be addrcsaed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Aug 12 %_Columbia, 8. C.
Notice to Cotton Planters.
WE, the undoraigned, beg leave to inform
the growera of cotton, that we have
mado arrangements to run tho following well
known OINS nv STEAM, at our Warohouse in
Columbia, this aeaaon, viz: Albany Star, Eme?
ry, Guille lt, Carver, Brown, of Georgia, and
tho great American Needle Gin; which enables
ua to gin and pack thirty-five balea per day,
giving tho planter tho option of either of the
ahovo gina, which Justifies ua in offering our
services at a much lower rato than any one
Wo aro alrfo prepared to onter into engngo
mcnta to gin and pack on plautations in any
portion of tho Stato.
Gina, Pro8BC8, Power? and Engines for aale.
Aug 12 G* ALEXANDER & SPENCER.
0W Newberry Herald please copy.
Independent Fire Engine Company.
t^Wjb.. THE regular Montbly Mooting of
\m gr. thia OoBPinr wUl be held THIS
W W E VENIN Cf, at 8 o'clock, at their
Ball. Dy order. G. T. BERG,
Aug 17 1_Secretary.
Colombia Lodge Ho. 108, A. F. M.
JM A REGULAR COMMUNICATION of
^DZiVOolnmbia Lodge No. 108, A. F. M.,
S^'r*wiil be held, at MaBonic Hall, THIS
*W EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order of the W. M.
APR 17 1_T. P. PURSE, Beo'y.
Liverpool & London & Globe
ROBERT BRYCE, Agent, I
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
WOULD call the attention of the public to
tbie first rate INSURANCE COMPANY
of world-wido reputation, wboao immenao
capital, higb oharacter and large income speak
fur themselves and require no puffing. Per?
sons wishing to insuro will find tho torms aa
liberal as am other good company, and in some
respects superior, and would do well to call
before insuring olsowbore.
Tho Agent is also prepared to furnish open
policies for cotton and othor produce.
Aug 17 j6* . ROB'T. BRYCE, Agent,
Fall and Winter Importation
18 6 9.
RIBBONS, MI LINER Y
ARMSTRONG. CATOR & CO.,
237 and 239 Baltimore street, Baltimore,
IMPORTERS and jobbers of Bonnet and
Trimming Ribbons, Velvet and Sash Rib?
bons, Bonnet HilkB, Satins and Volvets, Illu?
sions, Blonds, Laces, Ruches, Netts and
Crapes, French Flowers and Feathers, Straw
Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, trimmed and un?
trimmed; Silk, Velvet and Felt Bonnots and
Hats, Sundowns and Shaker Hoods. Tin; larg?
est Stock of Millinery Goods in this country,
and unequalled in choice variety, which we of?
fer at prices that will defy competition.
JET-ORDERS SOLICITED. Aug 17 Imo?
j THE COTTON STATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
j Incorporated by the State of Georgia.
AUTUORIZEO CAPITAL. $2,000.000
GUARANTEED CAPITAL. $500,000
DEPOSITED WITU STATE COMPTROLLEB
OF GEOBOIA. FOB TUE S ECU BIT Y OF
WE tako pleasure im presenting this purely
SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE to tho fa
vorablo consideration of tho pooplo of South
The CHARTER protects the policy-holders
by all tho guarantees of wise legislation, and
tho business of tbe company is placed by law
upon its proper and legitimato basis.
The Charter provides for tho appointment
of Directors in South Carolina and other
Southern States, with power to invest tho funds
ot tho company in tho States where they have
lu connection with the foregoing provision,
the Charter also contemplates tho ?suuo of ad?
ditional stock in South Carolina and othor
Southern States until thu Capital bas been in?
creased to $2,000,000.
Policies insued on all tho approved mutual
Annuities, with participation in profits, will
also bo granted.
Ninety per cont of profits on tho mutual
business distributed annually pro rata among
tho holders of participating policies.
Dividends declared annually on all partici?
pating policies without exception.
Promium tables constructed on the com?
bined experience aud Actuaries' Mortality
Rates, and compare advantageously with the
ratos of other companies.
Fifty per cont. "Loan" on premium granted
when preferred,but it is not recommended. Pre?
miums, however, will not be increased by ac?
cumulation of interest, which is provided for
by the company out of tho dividends. Notes
Ample provision made for tho non-forfeiture
of policies in tho expressed terms of the con?
Rights of policy-holders clearly defined in
the policy, and guaranteed by tho provisions
of tue Charter.
Tho business of tho company strictly con?
fined to legitimato lifo insurance alone.
Non-participating Policies granted at
We offer the people of tho State tbe same
financial security as Northern mutual compa?
nies, tbe accumulating premiums of tbe in?
sured, and in addition thereto a Capital com?
mencing with 1-500,000. The very heavy assets
of Notkcrn and Eastern companies, so confi?
dently urged as tho reason we should patr?n
izo them, it will bc plainly seen is an argumont
which will enduro forever, and proves too
much. They have tbe start, and the timo then
will never arrive when wo should encourage our
own Life Enterprises! Will our people commit
themselves to a conclusion so absurd, and BO
ruinous to their own interests?
Agents will soon bu appointed to receive ap?
plications throughout tho Stato.
Circulare and tables of rates, fcc, had at tho
office of the subscriber, opposito Law Range,
Columbia, S. C., wbero applications for insur?
ance will also bo roceived.
Principal office of Companv at Macon, Ga.
Aug if_w. j. LAVAL. Agent.
Cyf\CASES California CHAMPAONE, ma
?\) nufacturcd from the pure and unadulte?
rated juice of the Grape, and much superior in
il a vor and quality to the many chemically pre?
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
tho public. Prico per caso of 1 dozen (Quarts,
$15.00; or, 2 dozen Pinta at $1G. Torms cash.
Augjl_T. R. AGNEW.
University of South Carolina.
THE next Session will begin on
the first MONDAY in October, and
^continue, without Intermission,
?to tbe ensuing July.
Advantages aro ofi'orcd at this
Institution to Students in Law,
(tho graduates being entitled to practico in
tho Courts of tbis State;) in Modicine, (tho
courso of instruction being extensivo and
thorough, with two written examinations dur?
ing tho Sossion;) in Engineering, Mathema?
tics, Montai, Moral and Political Philosophy,
History, Rbotoric, English Literature, An
ciout and Modern Languages, and in tho va?
rious Scientific Schools.
Exponeos for Session of nine months:
Annual foo, $5.00; Library foo, $10.00; Room
Rent foo, $15.00; Tnition feo,-: for oacb
of tbroo schools, $15.00; Tuition in Law or
Medicine, $50.00. Board can bo bad at $10 to
$20 per month. By messing, it will bo loss.
For farther information, send for Catalogues
to tbe Socretary of thc Faculty, Rev. C. Bruce
Walker. R. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of Facultv.
COLUMBIA. S. C.. August 3, 1800. j2mo
KAA BUSHELS PRIME BREAD CORN,
Ov/Vf inst received and for sale by
Aug 1 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
t II AVE junt received ? com?
plete assortment of OAR
TR1DGE8, GAPS of all kinds,
toUNS and PISTOLS.
8ewlng Machines always on hand.
Repairing of the above attended to with de
Also, Bell-Hanging and Lookamlth work in
all branches attended to. All work warranted. 1
F. A. SCHNEID EB,
Gan and Locksmith,
Aog 15 3_Next door to E. Stenbonso.
One Thonsand Dollars Reward!
ESCAPED, on the evening of the Gth inst.,
from the South Carolina Penitentiary,
where ho waa detained on a charge of murder,
WILLIAM K. TOLBERT.
Ho ia about thirty years of age, five feet ten
and-a-half inchon high; weighs about 170
Sounds; fair complexion; sandy hair and whin?
ers; light bluo oyes, with red lids, almond
ahaped, cloaely together; remarkably square
Bhouldera; email feet; with a peculiar utter?
ance of voice.
A reward of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
will bo paid for his apprehension and delivery
to mo at Columbia. JOHN B. HUBBARD,
Aug 14 Chief Conatable.
AFRESH supply of LEMON8, CRACKERS
and CANDIES, at KRAFT'S Bakery,
Aug ll Imo Main street.
Hams and Strips.
FRESH TO HAND :
Choico Sugar-Cured HAM8,
Ferris' " " Breakfast Strips,
" Extra Smoked Tongues,
Fulton Market Beef.
Suppliea of the above received weekly.. For
salo by _ _GEO. SYMMER8.
PC A I"! BUSHELS primo HEAVY OATS-, for
OUU salo low, by ET* tl. P. HOPE.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
TUTT'S PILL, TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
Aug 14_E. E. JACKSON.
DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS!!
C. F. JACKSON'S.
THE season ia advancing, and wo still have
on hand a beautiful and varied assortment
of DRESS GOODS, which has been rocently
overlooked, and the prices marked down ex?
tremely low. We especially invite the atten?
tion of the Ladies to this department, feeling
assured that t lierc ia not a better solection to
found in tho citv.
The friendo ?f Mr. J. L. DIXON wiU find
him at thia eatabliahment, where he will he
glad to see them, and pay them every atten?
PRIOR TO TAKING STOCK, AND
moviug in Now Storo, will Bell
for fifteen days the abovo claas of
Gooda, at and below first cost. Call
at tho Sign of
BIG BOOT AND HAT,
Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Aug 1 A. S 31Y TH K.
Ai sign of the ?jifa&Mcmimoth Watch
Gregg's Building, Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
?IIAS on hand, and ia
constantly receiving ad?
ditions to bia atock of, GOLD and SIL?
VER WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL?
RY, Silver and Plated Ware, Specta?
cles, and Fine Cutlery.
Ho would call particular attention to bia
stock of PLATED WARE, useful as well as or?
namental, which is all warranted triple plated,
and sold astonishingly low for caah.
July 15 CALL AND EXAMINE._
New Articles for Present Use.
Calf Feet Jellv.
Concentrated Extract of Beef.
Gelatines, Corn Starch.
Arrow Root, Tapioca.
Pearl Barley, Pearl Sago.
Flavoring Extracts, Yeast Powdera.
Hops, Canary Seed.
Portable Lemonade, Nectar.
For salo by FISHER & HEINITSII,
July 14 J _Druggists.
THAT splendid CORN AND COT?
TON FARM, known as the "SALU
.DA FORK PLANTATION," situated
nine miles South from Newberry Court House,
8. C., and forty miles from Columbia. The
place containa about eighteen hu (Ired aerea
of choico landa; about twelve ^undred of
which are open, and the balance woodland.
Bounded on two aides by "Bush" and "Big"
Saluda Rivera, it affords a large proportion of
the most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Saluda River it bas ono of tho
most valuable unimproved wator privileges in
tho South. Tho improvements are an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Houses for laborers quartora,
Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-housos-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to tho placo, and
propelled by an oxcollent water powor, ia one
of tho best Merchant Mills in the State, having
two setts of forty-eight inch French Burr
Wheat Stones, and ono of samo sizo for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Alao, a No. 1
Circular Saw Mill; Gin House, with a seventy
five Saw Gin; Threshing House, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Scrow. Landa in this scctioa will produco
from ono to two bales of cotton per aero with?
out a doubt.
Terms caah or ita equivalent. Partiea wish?
ing to purchauo, can seo the place and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Tool, Esq., Newberry Court Honee, 8. C.
or address H. WARE & SON,
July ?) 2mo * Now Orleans. La.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !! '
rr/\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
1 1 / figures.
80 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxes Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
4 boxea Commonwealth Chowing Tobacco.
10 boxes Rose Bud Chowing Tobacco.
July 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
BY B. C. PieaKiwro & ROS
In the matter of H. P. Oreen, Bankrupt.
BY vir ino of an order to me directed by
Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge of United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina, I will sell, before the Court House,
in Columbia, on MONDAY, the 6th day of
Boot ember next, at ll o'clock A. M.:
All that desirable LOT of LAND, with th?
commodious buildings thereon, situated in tho
city of Columbia, containing one acre, more or
less; butting and bounding to the North oa
lots of Rey. C. Bruce Walker and Wm. A. Har?
ri? ; East on Pickena street ; Weat on lot of Mr a.
It. P. May ran t ; South on Senate street. Being
a part of the estate of said H. P. Green, Bank?
Terms earth. Purchasers to pay for title
and stamps. THOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
AUOUST 3, 1869. Assignee.
Aug 8_ tu4
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
THE WONDER OF
HOUSEHOLD REMEDY for every DIS?
EASE OF THE BLOOD.
No Medicine baa attained auch a world?
wide reputation aa thia justly celebrated
Its extraordinary healing powers are attest?
ed to by thousands, and every mail ia freight?
ed with letters bearing testimony to its excel?
lent character and worth aa a medicine. .
Orders are coming in from all quarters, and
all bear unmistakable evidence' of its groat
FOR. HUMORS IN THE BLOOD.
B&~ QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
felted THE QBEAT 3
??^- BLOOD AND LIVER -piB
SST- MEDICINE. ^k%*
.S1.VIVWK03 HTVWSJ VLOA
Be sure and aak for
? . IIKIMTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,"
And eoe that his name is on it.
Look out and avoid base imitation?.
FISHER St HEXNIT8H, Wholesale Agenta,
July 17j_ Columbia^ 8. C.
flQBfit DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for tho
Uai?Aliiberal patronage h? has received from
the citizens of this city and tho surrounding
District, during the past year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanently establishes
himself in Colombia. All operations on the
natural Tooth faithfully performed. - ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which ho would call special attention to that
known as Reynold.}' Patent: and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, he is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patienta and to
the patentee. Office on Main street, over First
National Bank._Jan 8
SOME dealera in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform the publie
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which 1 put against any Boer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer scale.
JunelS_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
DEL es tau ran *> ,
191 Malu atreot, Columbia, 8. C.
'gS?OH gOOTIOa jjfflfl
UARANTEED correct, at manufacturera*
VT prices and freight, by
_FISHER, LOWRANCE Sc FISHER.
AFULL assortment on h and. MILL STONES
aad IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE St FISHER.
Fulton Market Beef.
PICKLED Ox Tongues and Sugar-cured
Breakfast Strips. For sale by
Juno 13_E. St G. D. HOPE.
A NOTHEB supply of TURNIP SEED, in
variety, Half Long Red Beet, Carrots, &c, ?tc.
Chinese Winter Radish, Black Spanish Radish.
At E. E. JACKSON'S Drag Store.
Choice Tobacco-Smoking and Chewing
CHEWING-Rough and Ready,
With common grades, in full supply, for
salo by_GEO. SYMMER8.
Chinese Social Life,
BY Justice Doolittle-illustrated-with somo
account of their Religious Education and
Business Customs and Opinions. 2 vols. $5.
Stowart McKenzie's Campaign in China
published in 1842. 50 cents.
Ncw|8upply Yesterday, To-Day and Forever.
Sights and Senaationa in France, Germany
and Switzerland, tl.50.
Famous London Merohants. Book for boya.
Bakor's Rifle and Hound in Ceylon. Illus?
Popular Education and Public Instruction.
The Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
By Wood. $1.50. '
My Daughter Elinor. A Novel. $1.25.
Thackeray's Novels-at 50 and 75 oonts.
For sale at DUFFIE St CHAPMAN'S
August 10_ _Bookstore.
Notice to Cotton Growers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Portable
Cotton Gin from Columbia to Kingsville
and tho surrounding country. Plantera wish?
ing niv services can apply to me, at Columbia.
Flonr! Flonr? Flonr!!!
1 f\C\ BARRELS Choice FAMILY FLOUR,
JLUU "Cream of the City."
50 Barrels extra and super FLOUR.
Just received and for salo at unusually low
prices._J. St T. R. AGNEW.
t i\f\LBS. Choice SMOKING TOBACCO,
J_U\I "North Star."
50 Boxes Chowing Tobacco, consisting
of the finest and lowest grades. tiSomevery
choice." Just received and for salo by
Aug 13_J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Cheese ! Cheese ! !
pf BOXES choteo entting CHEE8E, just
received and for salo low, by
Aug 12 J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
6DOZ. SMOKED BEEF TONGUES, just re
received and for salo by
Aug 1 J. St T. R. AGNEW.