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PARIS, September -I.-^e'C?iii?ulional
Bays Serrano rfc beoomiug daily more
prominent AB acandldate for ?e?pjfaiA.
throne. Eugenio na? arrived at Toolon,
returning to Paris. Her health is much
?otter. u _4.
MADRID, Sop tomber 1.-Proceedings
Will be commonoed immediately against
the seven bishops arrested, for disobedi?
ence to Go vorn mont orders.
EDE?BURO. September 1.-Miss Cash?
man is here quito ill.
CATHO, September 1. - The oponing of
the Saes canal, with six metres of water,
is expecfecl.w flocpr. on the 17tb of De?
->??-O * .
U WASHINGTON, Senternbor 1.- Tho debt
statement shows a decree in tao public
debi of $5,500,000. The statement in?
cludes $1,000,000 for pensions.
Senter and Stokes are both bere.
The President leaves to-night, and will
be absent two weeks, when he will re
tarn to remain. '
Hoar if expected early next week.
The Spanish Minister Roberts and Se?
cretary Fish visited Grant with creden?
tials. No speeches.
Coin in the Treasury $101,000,000;
cnrrenoy 12,000,000; sinking fund 14,
000,000; boin interest bearing bonds 23,
000,000; drawn from tho Treasury dur?
ing the month nearly 31,000,000.
Barziza, attorney for certain persons
now Under trial in Texas before military
'commissions!, visited the President and
the acting Attorney-General, to-day,, and
received verbal assurances that the ar
rangernents in the Yorger caso would bo
adhered to in Ino matter of hUbeas cor
pm in. all similar Cases.
' ' Domestic News.
MONTREAL, September 1.-Private let?
ters from the Hoc. Jefferson Davis state
that the frequent unfavorable reports of
his health are greatly exaggerated. He
will probably continue his residence in
the United Kingdom the rest of his life.
BOSTON, September 1.-Despatches
from Moont Washington report a heavy
storm. The thermometer is down to
28, and two inches of ice have formed
on the telegraph wires.
PHTXIADBLPHiA, > September 1.-Tho
Continental Hotel was saved, but the
"Club Stable," on Broad street, was
burned, together with thirty-nine horses.
The Imperial Insurance Company paid
$100,000 on the whiskey recently burned
in this city, and will pay $200,000 moro
? Br. LOUTS, September 1.-The Rev.
father Murphy, a well known Catholic
priest, was killed, this morning, while
attempting to get off a train of cars
while in motion.
CHARLESTON, September 1.-Arrived
Schooner Miskimmons, Antigua, for
Wilmington, N. C., leaky.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, September 1-Noon.
Stocks unsettled, but strong. Money
easy, at 5?7. Gold 33^. Flour 5@
10c. better. Wheat l@2c. better. Corn
a shade firmer. Pork dull, at 32.00.
Ijard dull-steam 19@19X., Cotton
quiet, at 35.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm, with sales of
900 bales, at 35. Flour firmer-super?
fine email@example.com; extra firstname.lastname@example.org; choice
email@example.com; fancy firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat
winter red, old, 1.55; new, 1.58?1.62>?.
Corn unchanged. Beef steady. Pork
lower, at email@example.com. Lard steady.
Whiskey dall, at 1.17. Sugar firm.
Money easy, at 5@7. Gold dull, clos?
ing at 33 Ji.
? ALTIMORE, September 1.-Cotton
34>?. Flour active and firmer-Howard
street superfine firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat firm.
White corn 1.16: yellow 1.20. Oats 57
@60. Pork 34.50. Bacon firm. L. rd
quiet. Whiskey eteady, at 1.17.
CTNCINNATT, September 1.-Whiskey
firm and nothing doing, at 1.15. Pork
33.00. Bacon active. Shoulders 15.
NEW ORDKANS, September 1.-Cotton
quiet, with sales 89 bales; receipts 81;
middlings 32. Flour firm and market
bare-superfine 6.00; double 6.30; treble
6.50. Corn-mixed 97Jemail@example.com; white
1.05. Oats 65@66. Pork held at 35.50.
Bacon firmer, at 16^(^19;% Lard
tierce 20)4; keg 22,':i@23. Sugar inac?
tive-common 11><?. Prime 14@14>^.
Molasses-re-boiled 60@70. Whiskey
weaker-Western rectified 1.25?1.30.
Coffee dull-fair 14%@15?i ; prime 163?
@16?? Gold 32*). *
MOBILIS, September 1.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 150 bales; market closed
quiet-low middling 2U?29??; receipts
AUGUSTA, September 1.-Cotton mar?
ket continues active with good demand
sales 70 balos; middling 31J?@32; re?
CHARLESTON, September 1.-Cotton in
fair request; stock light; prices J^o. bet?
ter; sales 2T bales; middling 32??(?)33.
LONDON, September 1-Noon.-Con?
LIVERPOOL., September 1-Noon.
Cotton quiet-uplands 13ki; Orleans
LIVERPOOL, September 1-Evening.
Cotton a shade firmer-uplands 131?;
Orleap, 18^@18%; sales 8,000 bales.'
PERSONAL..-Mr. Robert Hamilton, an
experienced and affable host, formerly
of the Mills House, and latterly of Nick
eraon'a Hotel, in Colombia, hos assumed
the superintendence of the Pavilion Ho?
tel. His genial manners and winning
ways will add to the deserved reputa?
tion of the Pavilion.
One of a party in pursuit of Bill
Hathaway, who killed Henry Frazier, in
DeKalb County, Tenn., a short time
since, is said to have been killed by the
desperado. Hathaway is said to be hid?
den in a oave, and to defy capture.
Berlin, Prussia, wants the Jesuits'^ex
I ni a-mi i
BEBI+H?, August H.-"I boiievo in
God tho Father. God the Sou, and Gud
the Holy Ghost,"
^ ^^nasy7\ngntt^! in^tb?presenoe
of a numerous congregation, thia saeri
Hgiou s ' scene waa enacted in the Cathe?
dral Church, of Berlin. The Ber. H.
Heinrici was standing before the altar,
reciting the Belief, when a young man,
rising from a front Seat and interrupting
the clergyman, gave him the lie, and at
once discharged a pistol at. his breast.
Tho next moment he was iu the hands
of the sexton, and quietly suffered him?
self to be led away to the vestry. A
portion of the congregation seated at a
distance, having only heard the report
1 anti seen tho curling smoke, without any
definite notion of what was going ou.
immediately'begrtn to move toward the
door, and created considerable tumult;
but those near the altar, who had been
witnesses of the daring attempt, retained
their seats. In preserving their com?
posure, they but imitated the noblo ex?
ample of til? clergyman whose life had
just been placed in snob jeopardy.
The Hov. H. Heinrici was unhurt; nor
hod the moral firmness of the man whose
body the ball had missed been shaken.
No sooner had the trying interlude, tho
details of which seem to have been ob?
served with terri bio distinctness-by those
near, cpmo to an end, thau tho intended
victim calmly resumed reading the creed,
and with redoubled fervor proclaimed
that belief the utterance of which ha'd
imperilled his life. After this, tho ser?
vices were continued in accordance with
the prescribed ritual. Tho Rey. H.
Heinrici left the altar, when the Rev. Dr.
Kogel ascended the pulpit, abd preaohed
a sermon, in which bo introduced a pas?
sage expressive of his thanks to God for
the miraculous escape of his clerical bro?
ther. Quiet had been speedily restored,
and the greater portion of the congrega?
tion, agitated as they were by the most
powerful emotions, left the church only
after the final benediction.
lu the meantime, tho criminal had
beeu conducted by a policeman to tho
nearest station, and examined by a supe?
rior officer. To all the questions pat to
him he replied with the utmost frankness
and composure. Ho said:
"My name is Bilaad. I am nineteen
years of agc, a Protestant, and the
son of a blacksmith, in the village of
Lank, County of Lower Barnim, a few
miles from Berlin. My parents sent me
to a grammnr school, wishing mo to be?
come a candidate for the miuistry in the
Established Church. But my eyes were
soon opened to the creed I was expected
some day to teach, and my dislike was
increased to disgust when I perceived
that many of those professing to believe
it were liars at heart. I refused to pur?
sue, a career which had become so hate?
ful to mo, and resisted all attempts of
my parents to force me to persevere.
"Eventually, I saw myself left by
them to my own devices, and began to
study art-the dramatic art-I mean I
wished to become au actor, and to preach
to tho public in my own way; but the re?
ligious mendacity rampant around me
gavo me no rest. Some I saw uttering
deliberate untruths; while others, know?
ing them to be such, listened with con?
temptuous indifference. Gradually I
taught myself that some striking deed
wes indispensable to rouse tho public
mind from its apathy, and chaso away
the mists of superstition.
"I therefore determined to seize the
first favorable opportunity that o UV red
for shooting a clergyman while in the act
of uttering his accursed perjuries. I have
done it. I have myself cast the ball and
done my best to render the shot fatal. I
am souud in body and mind, and scorn
the suggestion that I have acted nnder
tho disturbing influence of temporary
insanity. I perfectly knew what I was
about, and am convinced there are many
ablo to comprehend the disinterestedness
of my purpose, though they may, per?
haps, not approve the method chosen to
compass it. My design was to shoot Mr.
Heinrich, and I was prepared to pay the
penalty of the deed."
Such, in substance, was the statement
of the reckless, misguided young man.
Inquiries seem fully to confirm his
words. Ho having missed at a distance
of three paces, at first gave rise to the
surmise that be had fired with blank
cartridge; bnt it is only too true that
there was a ball in tho barrel. The
course of tho ball has been exactly
traced. Passing within an inch of tho
clergyman's head, it penetrated tho open
balustrade of the gallery, in which the
Dom Chor-celebrated for its vocal per?
formances-was stationed, and grazed
the cheek of one of the choristers, a boy
of twelve. Tho little fellow, although
his cheek instantly began to swell, did
not leave the church, but sang his allot?
ted part to tho end. The Princo Adal?
bert, tho only member of the royal
family present, when tho service was
over hastened to express his sympathy
to tho clergyman and the little chorister
boy. - Correspondence London -Times.
A poor girl drowned herself some
weeks since al the Shaker -settlomont
near Hudson, N. Y., and tho Shakers
buriod her without an inquest. It being
ascertained by the coroner of the baili?
wick that such a casualty had ocourred,
ho ordered the body to be disinterred,
and held an inquest over it. This great?
ly disturbed the Shakers, who thought
they ought to be left to themselves,
without interference from without. No
signs of violence were fonnd upon the
body, and the verdict was that she com?
mitted suicide by drowning. At the in?
stance of tho fraternity, physicians made
an examination, and reported that she
had not violated the rales of the order
which prescribe a life of chastity and
The Cincinnati Times says thatjilVeral
of the largest gambling saloon? U> |pw
doing a wholesale business in tBir very
centre of that city.
Iti ?pi to of tho rot) oonoo of the con
epiratorivBod tho'seoreoy of their conn
oil?, facto are cowipg on? ^i^fegpaB^m
mont to secure tho nomination of Go
vernor Houtman for President in 1372.
It had' its origin in the city of Boston,
and its head centre is desoended from an
illustrious house, not particularly dis?
tinguished for its Democratic antece?
Among the liberal Democrats of the
New England States there isa realizing
sense of the necessity of a new depart?
ure if tho party is ever to recover the
?round lost in Maine, New Hampshire,
Eassachusetts and Connecticut. Thore
is no feeling of personal animosity to
Mr. Pendleton, bat the conviction is
strong among them that te represents iu
his record and opini< >ns those ideas and
traditions which are most objectionable,
and which are positive obstacles to future
The course to be pursued in Ohio was
a plain one to these gentlemen. It was
to initiate a movement which would
bring about the nomination of a candi?
date for Governor of more liberal and
advanced ideas than Mr. Pendleton, and
Judge Bunny was approved as the proper
person. It was only when it became
apparent that he could not carry the
Couventiou against the Poudleton inte?
rest that General Rosencranz was pitched
The General's declination, and Mr.
Pendleton's acceptance of n nomination
at the hands of tho State Central Com?
mittee, put au end to the new departure
movement for this year, but we are
greatly mistaken if ho will not bo left
ulono by those who aro in league with
the Eastern Democracy, to fight his own
battle. Urgent private business, physi?
cal debility, or disinclination for an
active part in the cuuvass, will be apolo?
gies for indifference and inaction. Of
course there will be no open opposition;
fair but faint words of praise will bc
spoken, and the canvass will be allowed
to drift on with whatever energy Mr.
Pendleton's ardent personal friends can
infuse into it, and nothing more.
Should he bo defeated, there will be
no mourning in New York or Boston.
Should ho bo elected, it will be, or, in?
deed, it has already been claimed, that
the result is of no consequence as affect?
ing his chances for the Presidency. Tho
Hoffmanites will in etiher case assume
that the advantages of position are all
on their side, and if they succeed in
getting Belmont off the National Com?
mittee and substituting Tweed, we are
not certain that they will not have sub?
stantial grounds for the assumption.
The most that Pendleton can expect of
them this year is a cold courtesy and
[Cincinnati Commercial, August 26.
WHAT CAUSES EABTHQUAK.ES.-Of lalo
the theory has been advanced that earth?
quakes are caused by the influence of tho
sun and moon on the internal waves of
tho earth. A Mr. Budolf Falb has writ?
ten in defenco of this hypothesis, and in
order to give a clear proof of its correct?
ness he prophesies that the next earth?
quakes will occur in equatorial countries
on September 6 and October 4.
The Fair of tho Agricultural Associa?
tion for thc Cherokee country of Geor?
gia and Alabama, will be held' in Borne,
Ga., commencing on November 3, and
continuing three days. Preparations aro
being made to accommodate 15,000 per?
sons. Tho time has boen so fixed that
parties desiring to attend the State Pairs
of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama,
may also attend this without inconve?
A lady teacher was endeavoring to ini
pross upon her pupil the terrible effect
of tho punishment of Nebuchadnezzar,
saying: "Seven years he ate grass like a
cow," when a boy asked: "Did he give
J. Boss Brown contradicts the report
that tho Chinese Government have re?
jected the Burlingame treaty with the
United States. He says it has merely
been hold over for consideration until
the return of tho embassy.
It is said that Mrs. Hamilton, tho
mother of the late Bishop of Salisbury,
attended her son's funeral on August 7.
The venerable lady, who is eighty-eight
years of age, was drawn to the grave in
a bath ohair.
On Sunday, the Bov. Wm. Jackson,
minister of tho Free West Church, Air?
drie, suddenly dropped down dead in his
pulpit while preaching his customary
It is stated, on the best authority, that
the proposition made by tho United
States to the Spanish Government, to
sell Coba to the Cubans, this country
I guaranteeing tho bonds, does not meet
j with favor at Madrid.
I Portuf/al Prince Augustas candidate
for crown of Spain; Serrano also. !
ta* ^0LESA LB STORE Jj
RETAIL STORE CORNER KI
B usual English branches, a situation a|
TEACHERin ?family or a school. Sh o prefers a
Behool, Or * situation ?a an assistant. AchiresD
Miss J. H. M., St. Matthews, S. C.
sept a : . _a*
. Cotton Ginning.
THE undersigned gives notice to all Cotton
planters in these parts, regular and
amateur, large and small, that ho is nov pre
Sared to OIN from morning to night. His
allott and Georgia Gins were in operation
yesterday; four hales wero ginned and ship?
ped to Pelzer, Bogers A Co., charleston. Ile
can gin and pack from eight to nina balea por
day. G. A. HALL,
Sept 2 2_At Logan'a Stable
State South Carolina- -Richland 0ounty.
IN TUE COURT OF PROBATE.
By William ffuUon Wigg, Judge of Probate
in Richland County.
WHEREAS, John D. F. Lever hath ap?
plied to me for letters of administra?
tion, de boni? non, with will annexed, on the
Eatato of THOMAS C. TRAPP, late of Rich?
land, deceased. Those aro therefore to cite
aud admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of tho said deceased, to bo and
appear before me at a Court of Probato for the
Bald County, to be holden at Columbia, on thc
15th day of September, 18G9, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to show cause, if any, why tho aaid admi?
nistration should not ho granted.
Given under my hand and tho seal of thc
Court, thia lat day of September, A. D.
1869, and in the ninety-fourth year of Ameri?
WILLIAM DUTSON WIGG,
Sept 2 Sept ll_Judgo of Probate.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
OA BBLS. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for aal<
low to dealers. E. AG. D. HOPE,
Mav 1 Agenta Old North State Distillery.
AFRESH supply o? LEMONS, C RACKER!
and CANDIES, at KRAFT'S Bakery,
Aug ll Imo_Main street.
Death to Flies!
CHEMICAL PAPER for killing Files-cer
tain death and destruction.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Aug 14 i_ Druggists.
Bacon and Flour.
2I\f\f\ POUNDS BACON.
,UUU BBLS. FLOUR, and other good
aa LOW as thov CAN BE BOUGHT, bv
FI8H?R, LOWRANCE A FISHRE.
A desirable RESIDENCE, containin
?SSf eoven rooms. Well of good water on th
jyuiLpremiscB. Apply to
July 13 GREGG, PALMER A CO.
AFULLasaortmenton hand, MILLSTONE
and IRONS, purchased at low ratea, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
, , TO RENT, that dosirablo two-stoi
fift BRICK DWELLING, corner of Laur
MU and Henderson streets, lately occupa
by Dr. Adger. Apply to
Aug 24 9? _W. H. GIBBES.
Notice to Cotton Growers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Portab
Cotton Gin from Columbia to Kingavil
and the aurrounding country. Plantera wie
lng my services oan apply to me, at Columbi
Aug 5 RICHARD TOZER.
Jos. DANIEL POPE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS XS EQUITY,
Ofhcc-Law Range, Columbia, 8. C. May I
Hams and Strips.
FRESH TO HAND :
Choice Sogar-Cured HAMS,
Ferris' " " Bruakfaat Strips,
" Extra Smoked Tongues,
Fulton Market Beef.
Supplies of the above received weekly. I
Bale by_GEO. SYMMER8
Notice to Contractors.
THE building of CEDAR CBEEK BRIDO
on the River Road, twelve milos from (
lumbia, will be given to tho lowest bidder,
TUESDAY, tho 11th of September, at the a
of the said bridge. JAMES W. LEVER,
Aug 29 mthmS County Surveyor
FOR making a cool, refreshing beven
during tho warm days. A healthful dri
supplving just enough acid to the stomach.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
.Tune 4 ? Druggist?
CITY MACHINE W0RKS~
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufact
STEAM ENGINES, Portable and Stati
arv of from 4 to 25 horse power. MILLS i
MILL GEARING furnished at the lowest pi
and shortest notice. All work guaranteed
April 1 gmoj_RICHARD TOZgj
Tryon's Celebrated Sporting Riflei
FOR salo by all Gun Dealers. EDWARE
TRYON, JR., A CO.. Manufacturera
Importors of Guns, Pistols, Sporting Appi
tua. Stores 19 North Sixth and 220 North
cond etreots, Philadelphia, Pa.
Illustrated Price Lico sent to Dealers w
solicited._Aug 20 j
Flour and Saw Mill for Sale at Ches
. . THE FINE STEAM FLO
/^y^ ING AND SAW MILL, about
Ai,,, j .j. pL yards lrom tho Charlotte
?wmM?3outli Carolina Railroad De
*S3???CfSs~i'i odored for salo by the
Situated in a One wheat countrv, with
certainty of a splendid wheat crop thia sea
they offer tho property at a very low price
I enterprising capitalists.
I Parties wishing to know particulars, tn
make a profitable investment, will address
JOHN CAMP8EN A CO.
I Aug 10 mthlmo Charleston, S.
'0. 89 U?Y-jfK STREET,
NO AND MARKET STREETS,
ton,, .tm" O. .
^J^jg cu o tiffie, wt?dn\^rfS?n%&lotit
jS?kW Advantages aro offered at this
??K^ Institution to Students in Law,
(tho graduates being entitled to practice in
tho Courts of this State;) in Medicine, (the
course bf instruction being extensive and
thorough, with two written examinations dur?
ing the Session;) in Engineering, Mathema?
tics, Mental, Moral and Political Philosophy,
History, Rhetoric, English Literature, An?
cient and Modern Languages, and in tho va?
rious Scientific Schools.
Expenses for Session of nine months:
Annual foo, $5.00; Library fee, $10.0',); Room
Rent fee, $15.00; Tuition fee,-.-: for each
of three schools, $15.00: Tuition' in Law or
Medicino, $50.00. Hoard can bo h ?vd nt $16 to
$20 per month. By megaing, ii will bo leas.
For furthor information, send for Catalogues
to tho Secretary of tho Faculty,' P?3v. C. Bruce
Walker. - R~W. BARNWELL,
. - Chairman df raoul ty.
COLUMPIA, S. C., August 3,1869. j2n?o
In Bankruptcy. -
In the District Court of tho United States for
tho District of South Carolina.
Exporte Edward Gilmore, in re., Robert C.
Miles-Petition to establish lien.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors I
holding liens against the estate of Ro?
bert C. Miles, that they are required to estab?
lish tho samo before W. J. Clawson, Esq.,
Rcgistor, at Yorkvillo,8. C.. within thifly days
from the dato hereof, or oe t>arred ft pta all
benefit of tho decree tor dhvtributionj |o ' i
made in this case.
Bv order ot' Hon. Ooo. 8. Bryan, Judge of
said Court. THOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 25, 1S69.
AUK 26 _th3
New Articles for Present Use.
Calf Feet Jelly.
Concentrated Extract of Reef.
Gelatines, Corn Starch.
Arrow Root, Tapioca.
Pearl Barley, Pearl Sago.
Flavoring Extracts, Yeast Powders.
Hops, Canary Seed.
Portable Lemonado, Nectar.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH.
July 14 i ' . . Druggists.
eggt DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the
"HHr^liberal patronage he has received from
the citizens of this city and tho surrounding
District, during the past year, respectfully an?
nounces that he now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations on tho
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which ho would call special attention to that
known as Reynolds' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, bo is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to
the patentee. Office on Mainstreet, over First
National Bank._Jan 8
For Bale. .
tfi?l A NEAT COTTAGE, containing aix
'"'-largo airy Rooms, situated corner Pendle?
ton and Assembly streets, one Square from
Stato House. On tho premises aro all neces?
sary out-buildings. The house baa a piazza
front and rear, wiith a fine Flower Garden in
front. Tho lot comprises one-third of an
aero. Apply to R. ALLEN,
Aug 29_ On tho Premises.
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them with
Beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a largo supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Beer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Boer scale.
- A"g2? _ _ JOHN C. 8EEQERS.
UK. XV. II. TOTT'S
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For salo bv
Feb 27 ly _E. E. JACKSON^
Q*r BBLS. St. Louis NEW FLOUR, euperi
or to anything in market.
50 BagB and Barrels, assorted grades, at
very low figures, for salo bv
j Aug u_GEO, SYMMERS.
-I f\r\ PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL,
JLv_/\J consisting of whole, half and quarter
barrels and kits.
100 Boxes SMOKED HE?RING,
Just received and for sale low by
Aug28 ,_ J^AT. R. AGNEW.
CASES California CHAMPAGNE, ma
?\j nufactnred from the pure and unadulte?
rated juice of the Grape, and much superior in
davor and quality to tho many chemically pre?
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
tho public. Price per ease of 1 dozen Quarts,
$15.00; or, 2 dozen Pints at $16. Terms cash.
Aug l j_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Turnips ! Turnips !-New Varieties.
"\TTINTER FLAT DUTCH,
W Rod Top, 8evon Top.
Purple Top Yellow Ruta Raga,
Yellow Aberdeen, Amber Globe,
Large Norfolk, Hanover, Pomeranean.
Just rocoived at FISHER & HEINITSH,
July 23 t_Druggists.
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY, Ac. $1.50.
Hilt to Hilt, hy Surry, of Eagle's Nest, $1.50.
Five Acres Too Much, hy Rooseveldt, a vory
pleasant and instructive hook, $1.50.
How Crops Grow, for all agriculturalists, by
Profossor Johnson, $1.50.
Old Town Folks, a novol, by Mrs. Stowo, $2.
Tho Wedding Day in all Ages and Countries.
Stretton, a novel, by Kingsley, 40 cents.
The Villa on tho Rliino, hy Auerbach,
Ho Knew Ho was Right, by Trollope.
The Malay Archipelago, its Inhabitants and
Animals, linoly illustrated, full of information.
European Vineyards, by Flogg, $150.
Liddons' Bampton Lectures, London.
The Virginians, Tho Newcomos, cheap edi?
tions Thackeray's works and other new books.
For salo at BRYAN A McOARTER'S
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! !
C. F. JACKSON'S.
THE season is advancing, and we still havo
on band a beautiful and varied assortment
of DRESS GOODS, which has been recently
overlooked, and the prides marked down ex?
tremely low. Wo especially invito tho atten?
tion of the Ladies to fbi* department, feeling
assured that there is not a better selection to
found in tho citv.
Tho friends of Mr. J?I*. DIXON will find
bim at this establishment, where ho will bo
glad to see thom, and pay them every atten
tm. S Y Aug 12
Choice Tobacco-Smoklngand Chewing
CHEWING-Bough and Reafef,
Gold Bar, .
With common gradea, ia full suppl v, for
sale by GEoTsYMMERS.
T tn acrepB? ?fspHS^HBfr .rx"*
Buggies and Harness for Sale.
ON MONDAY, Cth September, I will sell, iu
front of the Court House,
One set of extra flo? COACH HARNESS.
Ono set of extra Light Phaeton Harness,
Four sets of Buggy Harness,
One Ladies' Riding Saddle,
One No Top Buggy,
Two Top. Buggies. P. F. FRAZEE.
Sept 2_' _
By D'. C. PEIXOTTO & BON, Auctioneers.
BT virtue of tho authority in me vested as
Assignee of th? following named Bank?
rupts' Estates, I will sell, before the Court
House, at Columbia. S. C., on MOND AV, the
6th day of September next, within the usual
hours of sale, the following property:
Ono H?rring'a FIRE PROOF IRON SAFE.
One Gold Watch.
22 Shares Commercial Bank Stock.
1 40 Shares Columbia Insurance Company
Stock. - "
50 Shares Charleston Insurance and Trust
Company Stock; and all the oboaes in action i
belonging to tho Estate .of Robert Bryce,
Bankrupt; and all the chos?s in action belong?
ing to the Estate of 'Robert Bryce & Son,
115 Shares Stock of Bank of South Carolina;
and all the open accounts belonging to tho
Estate of C. P. Retinen, Bankrupt.
Ono Weed V Sowing. Machine, and all choses
in action belonging to the Bankrupt Estate of
.The chosen in action belonging to thc Bank?
rupt Estate of A. L. Solomon.
The choses in action belonging to the Bank?
rupt Estate ot C. A. Scott. .
The choses in action belonging tq thc Bank?
rupt Estate of B. W. Taylor.
4 Shares of tho Elmwood Cemetery Com
pant; and the choses in action belonging to
i ho blank rup t Estate of A. M. Hunt.
Thc choses in action belonging to the Estate
of Gilbert Garner, Bankrupt.
Lists of all the choses in action in the above
stated cases may be seen at tho office of the
Assignee, No. 1 Law Range. '
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 28,18C9.
Aug 29_. ? -_
BY virtue of sundry, writs offert facias to
nie directed, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in September noxt, in
front of the Court House, in Colombia, within
the legal hours, tho following property, viz:
All that LOT OF LAND on the corner of
Plain and Marion streets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, measuring 208 feet, more or less, on
Plain etreet, and running baok on Marion
street 140 feet, more or less; and bounded on
tho North by Plain street; on the East by lot of
John H. Heise; on tho South by tho Methodist
Episcopal Church, and on the West by Marion
street. This lot will bo divided and sold in
four equal parts.
All that Lot of Land on Plain street, mea?
suring about 50 feet on Plain street, and run?
ning back 208 feet, more or less; bounded on
the North by Plain street; on the East and
West by lots of John H. Heise, and on the
Sooth by estate of A. Falls.
All that Lot of Land on Plain street, in the
city of Columbiu, measuring 70 feet on Plain
street, and running back 208 feet, more or
less: bounded on the North by Plain street; on
the Eaat and W*st by lots of John H.Heise,
and on the Sooth by estate of A. Falls.
All that Lot of Land on tho corner of Plain
and Bull streets, in the city.of Columbia, mea?
suring 90 feet, more or leas, on Plain street,
and 208 feet on Bnll stroet; bounded on tho
North by Plain street; on the East by Bull
street; on the South by estate of A. Falla.
The entire Stock of Merchandize of tho de?
fendant, consisting of Soda Fountain and ap?
paratus, Glass Jars, Show Cases, Confection?
eries and a variety of snob goods as are usual?
ly kept in a Confectionery Store. Levied oh as
tho property of John H. Heise, at tho suit of
Henry Maillard, Fenner & Bennett, survirors,
et al, vs, John H. Heise. Tke stock of mer?
chandize will be sold at the store of thc de?
fendant. Terms cash.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. P.. C.
Aug 15_ mth
Sheriff's Sales for Taxes.
BY virtue of sundry tax executions directed
to mo, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
and TUESDAY in September next, in front of
the Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
hours, the following property, viz:
One aero of LAND, in the city of Columbia;
hounded on the North by-Smith, Burdell,
and-Taylor; on tho East by T. D. Feaster;
on tho South by Lady atreet; and on the West
by Gadsden: levied on as the property of A. R.
Colton, at the suit of city of Columbia r.s. A.
Tho Houso and Lot, in tho city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by E. W. Edgerton;
East by Pickone street; South by J. P. South?
ern; and West by - McAlister; levied on as the
property of P. H. Flannigan, at the suit of city
of Columbia vs. P. H. Flannigan..
. j ALSO,
A Honac and Lot, in tho oity of Columbia:
bounded on the North hy - Geeaey; East by
estate of John H. Due; South byLnmoer etreet
and West by estate of Joseph A. Hines; leviec
on as tho property of estate of Miss M. S
Ward, at tho snit of city-bf Columbia Vs. eetat?
of Miss M. S. Ward.
. . , . ALSO,
Hie House and Lot. on Lumber street, ii
tlic cit v of Columbia; bounded on the, Nort,1
by Wm. Price; East by M. E. Church; Sont!
by Lumber street; and Weat by estate of Mist
M. C. Ward, lo vi cd on as the property of estate
of John 8. Due, at the snit of city of Columbii
xs. estate of John S. Due. t? . .
ALSO, ?:'." .;
All that lot of Land, with the buildingi
thereon, on the corner of Gervais and Bul
streets, in the city if Columbia; boundec
I North by Gervais stieet; En*t by Rev. C. B
Walker; South bv H. P. Green; and Weat bj
Bull street; levied on aB the property of Wm
A. Harris, at the suit of city of Columbia vs
Wm. A. Harris.
A vacant lot of Land, on Richardson street
in tho city of Columbia; bounded North am
East by UrsuUne Convent; South by Richart
Allen; and West by Richardson street; levie<
on as tho property of estate of Samuel Pearse
at the snit of <rty of Columbia vs. estate o
The Houso and Lot, on tho corner of Wash
ington and Gadsdon streets, in thc city of Co
lumbla; bounded North by Washington etreet
East by Gadsden street: South by Robert Mc
Dougal; and West by "Congaree Iron Works;
levied on as the property of estate of W. I
Sondley, at the suit of city of Columbia vs. ea
tato of W. C. Sondley.
A House and Lot, on Richardson stroet, i
the city of Colombia, fronting 60 feet on Riot
ardson street; bounded North by Caesar Gui
ley; East by Richardson street;- and South b
A. Tr?ger; levied on as the property of Mri
Sarah Brown, at the suit of city of Columbi
vs. Mrs. Saran Brown.
The above described property will be aol
for city taxes. Terms cash.
Aug 1 fun th P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Okra and Tomato Soup,
FOR LUNCH, every day, at the Pollocl
li ou ie. July 10 I