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BRUSSELS, September < 13/-Balginm.
doolines joining Bavaria ia sap^ort of
Uis^immeSic?l Council. ?fhe^oTetlS
mont has determined to send no official
delegate to the Council.
WASHINGTON, September 13.-The
Kentucky soldiers are here in foll force
to oust the bomb-proofs. They haye
hard work, and make slow progress in
petting possession of the Kentucky
Federal offices. '
High officials think the Virginia Legis?
lature can elect the United States Se?
nators previous to the State's regular
admission into the Union.
It is understood hero that the conserva?
tive Republicana of Mississippi, in order
to interfere as little as possible- with cot?
ton gathering, will not commence aotive
canvassing nntil after the 1st of Novem?
The State Department has been
officially advised that New Tork has rati?
fied the fifteenth, amendment.
A private letter has been received from
Sickles, in which he is sanguino that
Spain will sell Cuba.
General Huff's report of the execution
of two Americans on the Telegrapho cha?
racterises ^bem as massacres. It appears
from the report that snoh is the dis?
turbed condition of the island that the
administration, of justice, iii - many in*
stances, is impossible. The Central Cu?
ban Junta forwarded 820,000 in bonds of
tho Republic of Cuba to the Rawlins
fund. The,bonds sell'on the market at
twenty-five cents on the dollar. ? sub
ccription of one dollar from each of the
Cubans has been started for the same
ihnd. ' " :
Internal revenue receipts.to-day $500,
The Expresa says late advices state that
half the cotton crop in Florida and Geor?
gia has been destroyed by the caterpillar.
The blank spaoe in the new tobacco
stamps must be filled with the names of
Delano will hear arguments on Wedues
5ya and Saturdays. During those days,
s deputy, Douglass, will attend to the
utine of duties.
The trial of Shunnan and Turner, the
negro ex-postmaster of Macon, Ga., in
counterfeit money matters, commenced
Bo3TOX,.Septemb6r 9.-The hurricane,
last night, extended over most of East?
ern Massachusetts. At Nahant, a largo
dwelling and stable were blown down,
and the depot on the steamboat wharf
was blown into the sea. At Hull, every
boat at anchor in the harbor was driven
ashore or sunk. 'The windows of the
Mansion Mouse were blown in, and the
At Higham, tho streets were blocked
with trees and barns and ohimneys.
Agricultural Hall, in Marshfield, was
leveled with the ground. In Abington,
three church steeples fell, and a large
nail and tack factory in South Abington
was unroofed. At Braintree, the steeple
of the Congregational Church was car?
ried off level with the roof.
At Newburyport and towns further
East, the gale was less violent. The da?
mage to fruit trees, shrubbery und corn
is immense in all directions. The Coli?
seum organ is ruined. It had just been
sold to parties in Chicago for $50,000.
The big drum was also mined.
Nearly every vessel in Boston Harbor
dragged its anohor, and many collided,
sustaining damage. At Marblchead,
Frank Barrett, of Nashou, N. H., was
killed. The Sagamore House, on Nan?
tucket Beach, was swept from its founda?
tion. The inmates escaped injury, hav?
ing just left the house for safer quarters.
The gale along the Eastern coast was the
most terrific experienced for years.
JACKSON, MISS., September 10.-The
National Union Republican Convention
assembled to-day at noon. It was the
largest meeting of the kind ever held in
the State. 300 delegates were present
seventy-five colored. Nearly all tho
Counties wore represented. Judge
Speed, of Vicksburg, was President.
The following resolutions were unani?
mously adopted :
1. Wo re-affirm the principles enun?
ciated in the constitution of tho 23d of
2. Tbat, in addition thereto, we an?
nounce ourselves in favor of a liberal
system of free schools, and of such equit?
able distribution of the public school
fund as may secure the largest degree of
good feeling among all classes of our citi?
3. That we cordially invite the immi?
gration of capitalists and manufacturers
into our State, and pledge ourselves to
suoh legislation as shall most effectually
foster all the industrial pursuits of our
State and thornghly develop all its re?
Judge Louis Dent was unanimously
nominated for Governor; Judge E. L.
Jeffords for Lieutenant-Clover nor; J. L.
Woodward for Congress in First Dis?
trict; Judge William Kellogg in Third
Distriot; and Judge Joseph W. Field in
the Fourth; Thomas Sinclair, (colored,)
foi Secretary of State; A. W. Willis,
Auditor; James MoElroy, Treasurer; R.
H. Lowry, Attorney-General. ,
GABTH?OB, OHIO, September 13.- An
elevated platform at the race gave way
to-day, seriously ibjuring seventeen mon
RICHMOND,' September 13.-Charles
Whitlesoy, the nominated Wells' candi?
dato for Congress in the Alexandria Dis?
triot, has been appointed by Gen. Canby
Attorney-General, vice Bowden, resigned.
ATLANTA, September 13.-A large firo
in this oity, early Sunday morning,
burned six one-story brick stores on
Market street, and the large building
known aa the uorcocess, corner market
and Peach Tree streets. Loss estimated
at over 8100,000; insured for $58,000.
Baltimore. Bailed-brig J. A. Dovoreaux,
NBW YORK, September 18- Noon. -
Stocks weak and dull. Money 7. Ster?
ling- long 8%; short 8%. Cold 35>?.
'G2'8 22}'? ; Tennessee's, ex-coupon*. 01;
new 52 Ji; Virginia's, ex-con pons, 55;
new 58'-??; Louisiana's, old, 72; new 65;
levees 60@66; 8**84; Alabama 8's 93; 5'a
62; North Carolina's, old, 55; new 42.
Flonr dull. Corn l@2o. lower. Pork
nominal, at 30.90. Cotton lower, at 33 ',<.
Freights very firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton lower, with sales of
700 bales, at 33@33;?. Flonr a shade
firmer , for. shipping grades; superfine
State 5.90(3*6.32; Southern common to
fair extra email@example.com. Wheat scarcely
so 'firm, with Terr moderate export de?
mand-winter red 1.80Corn dull and
heavy, at firstname.lastname@example.org<?. Pork dull and
heavy, at 30.87>?. Lard dull-kettle 19>?
(a 20. Whiskey decidedly firmer, at 1.30.
Bice quiet and unchanged. Sugar very
firm, with good demand--Porto Bico
13j^@13%; Muscovado 11^@13>? ; Ha?
vana 12.%. Coffee steady and quiet. Mo?
lasses quiet and firm. Freights firm.
Money closed easier, at 6@7. Gold
BALTIMORE, September 13.-Cotton
inlet, at 83)?, with but little offering,
'lour in good demand-Howard street
superfine email@example.com. Wheat firm and
higher-red L55@1.70. Oats 60@63.
Potk dull. Bacon active and firm. Whis?
key firm and scarce-held at 1.25.
CINCINNATI, September 13.-Whiskey
higher, at 1.15.
ST. LOUIS, September 13.-Pork dull,
at 88.50. Baoon steady-shoulders 15'^
@153?; olear sidas 18??@19. Whiskey
LouisvTLiiE, September 13.-Provi?
sions firm. Mess pork firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shoulders 16; clear Bides 19'J.
NEW ORLEANS, September 13.-Cotton
dull-middling 31l.<; sales 20 huies; re?
ceipts 640. Market dull and nominal.
It has been raining all day and very little
business done. Gold 34%.
MOBILE, September 13.-Sales 100
bales-middling 30; receipts 1,068.
AUGUSTA, September 13.-Cotton mar?
ket active, but prie os declined %c.-sales
464 bales; receipts 400; middlings 29.
Cotton is coming in freely to market.
SAVANNAH, September 13.-Receipts
1,402 bales-cotton market dull ami de?
clining; middlings 29 ji@30.
CHARLESTON, September 13.-Cotton
in fair demand, but easier, with sales of
200 bales-middlings 30; receipts 572.
LONDON, September 13-Noon.
The weather is stormy. Consols 92%.
LIVERPOOL, September 13-Noon.
Cotton quiet--uplands 123t?; Orleans
PARIS, September 13.-The Bourse is
firmer. Benfes 71 and 32.
HAVRE, September 13.-Cotton opens
flat, 158, both on spot and afloat.
LIVERPOOL, September 18-Evening.
Cotton dull, with sales of 7,000 bales.
A telegram from Washington asserts aa
a remarkable fact, and one which attraots
more than ordinary attention in diplo?
matic circles, that all the available y Os?
sels, officers and seamen of the navy are
now under orders to sail at a moment's
notice. The popular solution of this
strange circumstance is that the Govern?
ment has prepared itself for active de?
monstrations regarding Cuban affairs, if
the result of the pending negotiations
with Spain on that subject should rea uire
During the gale at Boston, Mr. G. M.
Clark was walking the street, when a
furious gust of wind tore up the wooden
side-walk on which he was walking, and
the timber was bnrled with such violence
against bis head that his skull was badly
fractured, his lips severely cut, and one
of his arms broken. He died in a short
DROWNED.-A colored man named
Charles Campbell, who went down the
river Thursday last, with a party in quest
of the body of Capt. Leon's little boy,
was drowned while attempting to board
the steamer Carrie, while coming up the
river.-Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel.
I The stockholders of the Bichmond and
York Biver Bailroad resolved yesterday
to extend the road twenty-one miles to
Chesapeake Bay, thus shortening by
soven hours the time between Bichmond
and Baltimore and Philadelphia.
A passenger train on tho Baltimore
and Ohio Bailroad carno into collision
with an engino near Cambridge, Ohio,
when James Guthrie, freight conductor,
and two others wero killed, and two
A man named John Holley was fatally
wounded in Aiken, on Tuesday last, by
another named Mulloy. The wounded
man bas since died, and tho South Ca?
rolina officers are after tho assassin.
Tho losses by the Goldsboro, N. C.,
firo of Saturday amount to 8125,000,
almost an entire square on Centro street
having been destroyed, including the
offices of the Messenger and Post.
The Allentown, Pa., iron works woro
burned on Tuesday; loss $300,000. The
works paid out $150,000 per month in
wages, and 1,000 mon aro thrown out of
A mail coach from Helena, Montana,
was robbed on Monday night of two
treasure boxes and 830,000 in gold bars.
The passengers wero plundered.
Sam. Beatty, colored, was drowned on
tho 4th instant, in the Waccamaw, while
trying to board the steamer Naples, as
she was mot ig past Bucks vi lie.
Dr. T. J. W^kman and Mr. J. S. Do
Pas, both old and valuable citizens, bave
died in Camden during the past week or
so.! ? t , , \ . . , f
108 dead bodies ki all have so fax been
rocovered from the Af?ndale ooJpgMne.
It is believed that there are no%fift in
na boWSn .Caf**? (Cta^tt?VV ?
A c?rtipkon mao, after trying ia vaia to
ke?p on the . aide-walk, was bawd to ex?
claim, aa he headed for th? middle ot the
toad: '-There; now; c/? in the street if
foo want to.
A hen in West Winsted, Oona., has
been sitting for several weeks on seven
potatoes, which have sprouted and
[rrown above her head.
Pullman, the celebrated palace, eating
tod sleeping oar man, is now building a
Errand church oar to ran on Sunday trains
->n the Union Pacific
It is estimated that each of the pro
?rietors of the White Sulphur Spri igs,
a., will realize $80,000 as his share of
tho profits of the present season.
MORTALITY rs CHARLESTON.-There
were thirty-three deaths ia Charleston
last week-eleven white and twenty-two
A raiser of poultry in Louisiana has
lug a weil at the outrance of his ben
tiouse, aud placed a tilting cover on it.
Sis catch averages one negro a night.
Mr. F. Bnrke, a planter residing near
Napoleon, Arkansas, was shot and killed
tvhile sitting with his family a few nights
Gol. Green has had a fight with Indians
in the Whito Mountains, Arizona. Five
indians were killed, and a large amount
>f property captured.
Brigham Young hos lost his family
Bible, tba only thing that had tho names
ind number of bis children, and now bo
jnn't tell how much of a father he is.
A lady in Missouri wants a divorco
'rom two husbands. One of them lied
ibout ber, and the other ran away.
Of seventy females who went to Oregon
from Massachusetts two years ago, sixty
nine, it is said, bavo married.
THE CROP OF 1868.-The cotton crop
>f 18G8 is just put down at 2,260,000
A Boston tavern announces: "No
liquors sold over this bar till after the
Twenty Christian missionaries are
sn own to have been massacred ia the
province of Szchrou, ia China.
The New Theory of Health
IIEMTSH'S QL'EEX'S DELIGHT!
THE Life of all Flesh is Blood. Tho Health
of Life is purity of Flesh. Without purity
>f Blood, no Flesh can be free from dlaeaae.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
[a now a recognized household Medicine of
remarkable remedial powers, invented and
:ompoundod by the Proprietor^ which he has
:alled by tho euphonious soubriquet
ITS CONSTITUENT rROPEBTIES.
ju KEN'S DELIGHT IS au an alterative, produc?
ing a gradual change in the
HEINITSU'S functions of organs, aa to
permit a healthy action to
take tho place of disease.
Ju KEN'S DELIGHT TI deobstruent by ita d i verni
".rd action; removesobatruc
HEINITSU'S ?ions, reduces inflammation
and enlargement of the
?landa and viscera,
a an Invigorant and Tonic:
it produces a gentle and
permanent excitement of all
the vital actions observable
in the functions of organic
HEINITSU'S life; and ia, therefore, ad?
ressable in diseases of the
Stomach, Liver and organs
QUEEN'S DELIGHT ls a atinj- Anting, alterativo
diaphosetic, promoting per?
spiration, removing humors
iu the blood, producing a
HEINITSU'S healthy action of tho skin,
removes Boils, Pimples,
Blotches and Cutaueous
QUEEN'S DELIOHT Is aperient, gently acting
upon the bowels, thereby
removing effete matter, pro?
ducing a healthy feeling of
HEINITSH'B the stomach and hoad.
Headache, and nervous dis?
orders are cured by its use.
QUEEN'S DELIOHT Is expectorant, increasing
tho Hoerction from tho
mucous membrane of tho
air cells and passages of
HEINITSU'S the lungs, or assists its dis- I
charge; ia, therefore, a re- |
medy, combined with Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con?
sumption, Colds, Ac.
Tho high a ppreciation in whioh it ia held by
tho profession and tho gobion opinions of the
people, and thoir many testimonials, will make
Lt a deairable medicino for Druggist? to keop
constantly on band.
Tho aick, feeble and those in delicate health,
and all peraona living in warm climate?, and
all unacclimatcd, will lind tho
A groat medicino, protecting them from all
thoao diaeaaee which originato in a bad condi?
tion of tho blood and climatic influences.
For salo by Druggists throughout tho St ato.
Ibo trade suppl ind by
FI8HER tt HEINITSH, Columbia, 8. C.
PLUMB tc LEITNER, Augusta, Ga.
J. H. ZEILEN St CO., Macon, Ga.
JOHN P. HENRY. Now York.
MANSFIELD A H?GBEE, Memphis, Tenn.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY ?fc COWDEN,
Aug C t_Philadelphia.
THE MISSES MARTIN will re?
sume tho oxorciaea of their School
ton MONDAY, Octobor 4, 1809.
tClassos will be formed in Latin,
French and Drawing. Music aa
formerly, undor charge of Prof.
Plate. Aug 31 Sopt 1 w 4
Lectures and Headings.
MR. F. W. FULLER'will answer calla to
LooturoOD tho Spiritual Philosophy (or
Mew Dispensation) in any part of tho State
ivhoro tho friends of pfogross and reform may
mako suitable arrangements. Address at Co
lumbia, S. C._June 30 w
FOR making a .cool, refraaruag bovorago
durioffthe warra da A* A healthful drink,
mpplyingjuat enough acid to tho stomach.
For salo by FISHER & UEINIT8H,
Juno 4 j_Druggists.
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for sale low.by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER,
Private ej&?^^lSanfitt?t Boarding,
No. ?8 -Weil Letabard atreet." eorne* V?fc,
' '\llotie? to PUntera.
IHAVE roducod my price for Ginn Lu g Cotton
to Siper bale of iOo pound*.
.,rr TTTuTi r> o. A. HALL. ;
8ept li I* Senate street, near Amenably.
- For Baie,
- A LOT ot good Saddle and,.
7V_-~ Harnees HORSES. Aldo, -Tta,,,
/?T>feirmo4 MULES. Apply at V|
'lU LOGAN'S STABLE. ?U?
Mav A stoat-built, dark bay MULE, bo
wA longing to the undoraigned, disap
^MaJbpearaa last week. When last seen, be
waa near tho Stark's Hill Bridge. The finder
will bo rewarded upon leaving the Mule at Ag?
new A Co.'a Stables. J. S. H AN AH AN.
Two Desirable Plantations at Private
THE PLANTATION known SB BED OAK. in
tho Fork of Richland Count*, containing
454 aerea, and the WILLIAMS TB ACT, in the
same locality, containing 125 acres. Both
these places are excellent Cotton Plantations,
and may be treated for privately.
D. C. PElXOTTO A 80N,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
Degraaf & Taylor,
Furniture, Carpets and Mattresses,
Wholosalo and Betail.
Manufactory and IVarerooms,
87 and 80 Bowery,
03 Christie street,
130 aid 139 Hester street,
(CONNECTED I NDEU ONE noOr.)
WE have now on hand the largest stock of
entirely new patterns and designs for
furnishing honeos throughout ever offered by
one house in tho city, and at a great deduction
Our CARPET DEPARTMENT ?B under the
auperintendenco of H. S. Barnes, who is well
and favorably known to tho publio, having
been a long time with Sloane A Co., in Broad?
way, and for the last four years with Lord A
Taylor. Our stock of Carpets ia entirely new,
ana well seleoted, this branch having been just
added to ourbusinesB.
The MATTRESS DEPARTMENT is entirely
nuder our supervision, all being made on the
promises. Every Mattress guaranteed.
Steamboats, hotels, churches, public balls
and private houses furnished throughout at
The Floating Palaces-tho steamers of tho
People's Line on tho Hudson River-were far
niehod by us.
PRICES DEFY COMPETITION.
Second and Third Avenuo Cars pass our
Stores. Entrance 87 and 89 Bowerv, Now
York ?_Sept 14 gmo
NEW F?LL GOODS
From Latest Importations ! !
FRENCH MERINOES, all colors,
Empress Cloths, all colors,
Choico Poplin?, new styles,
Tongos English Poplins, choice stylos.
Black Silks, best quality,
Fancy Delaines in new designs,
Fall Prints in great variety,
Tweeds, Jeans and Cassimerea,
Bleaohed and Brown Homespuns,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries,
Plain and H. S. Handkerchiefs,
And will be BOLD LOW, to make room for
large arrivals of Goods.
Our Stock will comprise, during the eeason,
the latest styles in Dress Goods, by every
steamer. WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block,
Main street. Columbia, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
SET- Agents for the EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. THE BEST IN THE
WORLD._Sept li Ht
THISJUBtly celebrated brand of VIRGINIA
FLOUR can always bo obtained at the
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Board, Per Day, - - $3.00.
Mas. H. L. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietress.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Sept 10_2 ruo
Boarding and Day School.
BOARDING and DAY 8CH00L
by tho MISSES ELMORE, corner
of Taylor and Bull streets, Co?
lumbia, S. C. The exercises of this
School will bo resumed on tho 20th
of Septomber. For particulars ap
?ly to Mies Elraoro, at her rosidonco, corner of
aylor and Bull stroets, or through tho
post, oare F. H. Elmore._Sept 3 ftu
Jos. DAKIEL POPE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Office-Law Range, Columbia, 8. C. May 5
ALL persons holding claims against the
oatato o? MARY E. TURNER, docoasod,
will nrosout them proporly attested; and ali
indebted will mako payment to the undersign?
ed, on or hoforo tho 1st day of January, 1870.
Aug 3 tul3 8. B. THOMPSON, Adm'r.
NINETY DAYS after date, application will
bo niado (or ronowal of a Certificate of
Four Sharos of Charlotte and South Carolina
Railroad Stock, No. 1778; all standing in tho
namo of John Agnew.
July ll tul3_J. AGNEW.
Choice Tobacco-Smoking and Chewing
CHEWING-Rough and Readv,
PAD C Alco*
WW wmufcb, ?radea, in hill supply, for
sale by 4 JgyTr^Ot:0. 8YMMBBB.
?)P BBLS. 8t. Louis NEW FLOUR, superi?
ta O or to anything in market.
50 Bags anet Barrels, assorted grades, at
very low figures, for salo by
Ang U GEO. SYMMEBS.
L aro una national SAOK.
: CfOLDMBIA/. BWttober ll, 1869.
oUal Bank wUl bo open
for business from 4 to 5 o'clock P. M., io addi
tion to its preset)* hooret from 9 A. II. to 2
P. M., except on Saturdayo, ?hon business
will close at 'J P. M.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Sept IS S W. B. OTJIJCK, Cashier.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Representing over 840,000,003 Capital.
?TNA FIRE IN8DBAOE COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 1819. Charter per?
petual. Capital and surplus $5,300,000. The
strongest Pire Insurance Company in Ame?
IMPERIAL FIRE IN8URANOE COMPANY,
of London, Incorporated 1803. Capital $8,
000,000 in gold. Policies issued payable in
Sold or currency. Par valne of stock, $250.
[arket valne in London (last salos) $1.750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and sur?
FIRE INSURANCE AND SAVING8 COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Va. Authorized Capital $1,
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and surplus
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LD?E INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Incorpo?
rated 1846. Assets June 1, 18G9, $25,000,000;
Surplus Juno 1, 18C9, $7,000,000; Income for
18G8-9 $9,004,088. Numbor of Polices iesuod,
60,500. Total claims by death paid to date,
$8,500,000. Annual dividends from 50 to 70 per
cent. As strong as tho strongest in America.
AH liberal in its torms as the most liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond, Va. AssetB $000,000.
Dividend declared February, 1869, 40 per cent.
AB strong as any Lifo Insurance Company in
Risks taken on favorable terms by
QEO. HUGGINS. Agent.
Ofhco in rear of Messrs. Duino & Chapman's,
under tho "Colombia Hotel." Sopt lg Imo
HAVING socured the services of a first
class HARBER, (lately from the Conti?
nental, Philadelphia,) I am now prepared to
serve all who may favor me with their patron?
age, in a neat and skillful manner. HAIR?
DRESSING in all styles attended to at private
residences, if dosired. F. KBNSTLER,
Hair-Dresser and Barber,
Sept ll G Plain street, near Assembly.
University oi South Carolina.
THE next Session will begin on
/TZi? thc fi rut MONDAY in October, aiid
tfltjfecontinno, without Inturmianiori,
>5"j3HR3?to tho ensuing July.
jV|?P Advantages aro" offered at thia
Institution to Students in Law,
(the graduates being entitled to practice in
the Courts of this State;) in Medicine, (tho
course of instruction being extonBive aud I
thorough, with two written examinations dur?
ing tho Cession;) in Engineering, Mathema?
tics, Mental, Moral and Political Philosophy,
History, Rhetoric, English Literature, An
ciont and Modern Languages, and in tho va?
rious Scientific Sohoola. . '
Expenses for Session of nine months:
Annual feo, $5.00; Library foo, $10.00; Room
Rent fee, $15.00; Tuition fee,-?-; for each
of three schools, $15.00; Tuition in Law or
Medicine, $50.00. Board can be had at $16 to
$20 per month. By messing, it will be leas.
For further information, send for Catalogues
to tho Secretary of tho Faculty, Rev. C. Bruce
Walker. B. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of Faculty.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 8,1869. gmo
Chinese Social Life,
BY Justice Doolittle-illustrated-with Home
account of their Religious Education and I
Business Customs and Opinions. 2 vols. $5.
Stewart McKenzie'? Campaign in China
published in 1842. 50 cents.
NewlSupply Yesterday, To-Day and Forever.
Sights and Sensations in Franco, Germany
and Switzerland. $1.50.
Famous London Merchants. Book for boys.
Baker'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 cents.
For salo at DUFFIE * CHAPMAN'S
Augnat 10 Bookstore.
New Articles for Present Use.
Calf Feet Jelly.
Concentrated Extract of Beef.
Gelatines, Corn Starch.
Arrow Root, Tapioca.
Pearl Barley, Pearl Sago.
Flavoring Extracts, Yeast Powders.
Hops, Canary Seed. t
Portable Lemonade, Nectar.
For salo hy FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 14 j_Druggists.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
CNDEH mr. P.VTRONAOE OF
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH.
FOR Prospectus, please address "THE
MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ursuline Con?
vent, Vallo Crucia._ Sept 4 3mo
CITY MACHIN? WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE subscriber ia prepared to manufacture
STEAM ENGINES, Portable and Station?
ary, of from 4 to 25 horse power. MILLS and
MILL GEARING furnished at the lowest price
and shortest notico. All work guaranteed.
April 1 Gmo*_RICHARD TOZER.
Turnips ! Turnips '.-New Varieties.
WINTER FLAT DUTCH,
Rod Top, Bevon Top.
Purple Top Yellow Ruta Baga,
Yellow Aberdeen, Amber Globe,
Largo Norfolk, Hanover, Pomeranean.
Just roceivod at FISHES Sc HEINITSH,
The Columbia Female Academy
OPENS on FRIDAY, October 1. For parti?
culars inquiro of tho Principals.
. . JANE H. REYNOLDS,
Sept 9 jlO SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS.
THE POLLOCK HOUSE,
191 Main street, Columbia, 8. C.
xr^ j tri, lg 3. et o yr
Corn and Bran.
PCrii^ - BfWHELH Primo White Western
OUU Bread CORN.
50 bags Frosh O round Bran.
For sale low by_GEO. SYMMERS.
D?rth to Flies!
/CHEMICAL PAPER for killing FJios-cer
Aug 14 I_Druggists.
." . . ' ? Fulton Market Beef.
"D1CKLED Ox Tongues and 8ugar-cnred
Jt Breakfast Strips. For sale by
Juno 13 E. ? G. D. HOPE.
By D. C, PELXOTTO & SON, Ano t?o neera I
BY v ir tao of tho authority io mo Teated ?al
Assignee of the several Bankrupt cataten
named, I will eell, before the Court Houae inB
Columbia, on MONDAY, the 5th day of Octo-S
ber next, at 10 A. M., the following property?
to wit: H
3 ACRES OF LAND, in the city of Columbia,
adjacent to the Canal, bounded by
streets and lot of T. J. LaMotte, heine a part
of the Bankrupt estate of Robert 0. Miles.
The reserved interest of Charles W. Rawlin
Bon in a tract of 1,200 acres of Land, about I
mile? from Columbia, on the Statesburg Road
owned bj C. F. Hampton, Esq.; the aaid Inte
rest being part of the Bankrupt eatate of O
Terma oaah. Purchasers to pay for papen
and stamps. ,
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
Sept U ; , , _tu8
ATHE FINE RESIDENCE and Ground?
of the late Edward J. Arthur. Esq., it
this city, near the Charlot to Depot, wil
be rented to an approved tenant. Terma mo
derate for prompt.monthly payments. Appl]
to Rev. Wm. Martin, or to
Hept 8 6_SAMUEL W. MELTON.
Corner Pickens'and Camden Streets,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
THE exercises will be resumod on MONDAY
October 4. The scholastic year will, in fu
turo, consist of 9 mouths, divided into 2 equa
Bes ?lons of 4$ months each, terminating oi
February 14 and June 30.
TEEMS FEU SESSION, PAYABLE Qt ADVANCE.
Tuition in Spelling, Beading, Writing am
Tuition in above with Primary Geography
History, Grammar commenced, $15; abov
continued, with Composition, Intermediat
Geography, History, Ac, $20; tuition Lt bighe
English branches, $25; tuition in Ancient an?
Modern Languages, each, $5; Music on Piano
Music lessons will bo given during the regs
lar school hours (if desired) without materia
interference with other studies. Littlo girl
as young aa 7 years will be reoeived into th
school, and especial attention paid to their in
structiou in the elementary branohes.
Young ladies who are tired of the confine
ment and drudgery of the school room, bu
who are still anxious to improve their mindi
may do so by joining my private class, whicl
will meet three afternoons in the week, at $
per month, payable in advance.
Principal for 20 years of the Columbia E
malo Academy, ana during the war 4 year
President of the Lucy Cobb Institute, Athene
Ga. Sept? timo
In the District Court of the United States fo
the District of 8outh Carolina.
?cpar.e Je'aae' Gray, HnLrei Tho?. B. Brown
Bankrupt-Petition to establish'lien.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditor
holding liens against the bankrupt est?t
of TH08. R. BROWN that they are required t
establish the same before W. J. dawson, Esq
Register, at his o nice, in York ville, S. C., on a
before the 7th day of November next, or b
barred from all benefits of tho decree for dil
tribut ion ot the assets whieh may be made i
By order of Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, Judge c
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assign?e.
COLTTMBTA, 8. C.,. Sept. 7,1869. Sept 7 tn3
Due Weet Female College.
ftmg. OUft ldfh year will open MOI
/fZffe DAY, the ?th of October. Facull
*4i??^Efe?amo ae.for year? past. Tuitic
nSSlgSper session *20;' French $5; Mus
Vy(Piano) ?2-1; Boarding in the Cc
4?kP lege boarding house, kept by Pro
Kennedy, $12 a month. Fuel and wasbir
about $3 a month. Boarding in other familii
at about the same rate. Terms, cash in a.
vance. Necessity compels ua to make tl
small chargo for French. Latin la taugl
without charge, For Catalogue, .tc, addre
KEV. J. I. BONNER, President.
Ayer'a Cathartic Pills, for all the Pu
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
fiv PERHAPS no Ol
j& medicine is so univ?
sally required by eve
C^^BHBH?^?^ body as a cathart:
^^^MW?W5SBB> nor was ever any b
1 jttl tore so universal
I j\.**TT**.*??m adopted into use,
WiVy ?SSS/ every country a:
Y JW among all classes,
T^^pBSail^taB^. this mild but efficie
^Expurgativo PILL. T
1 *!MHMwB#??"' obvious reason is, tL
it is a more reliable and far more effect!
remedy than any other. Thise who ha
tried it, know that it cured them; those w
have not, know that it eurea their neighbc
and friends, and all know that what It dc
once it does alwaya-that it nevet fa
through any fault or neglect of its cempo
tion. We have thousands upon thousands
certificates of their remarkable cures of t
following complaints, but auch eurea i
known in every neighborhood, and we n<
not publish them. Ad ipted to all ages a
conditions in all climates; containing neitl
calomel or any deleterioua drug, they may
taken with safety by anybody. Their sui
coating preserves them ever fresh and mal
them pleasant to take, while being pnr
vegetable no harm can arise from their usc
They opera.to by their powerful influence
the internal viscera to purity the blood I
stimulate it into healthy 'action-remove
o bs ti uctions of the stomach, bowels, liver i
other organs of the body, restoring their ii
gular action to' health, and by correct!
wherever they exist, such derangements aa
the first origin of disease.
Minute directions are given in the wrap
on tho box, for tho following complau
which theae PILLS rapidly cure:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Listletsn
Languor and Loss of Appetite, they shook
taken moderately to stimulate the atom
and restore its healthy tone and action.
For Liver Complaint and it? various ayi
toms, Bilious Headache, Sick Headache, Ja
dice or Green Sickness, Bilious Coho and
lions Fevers, they should bo judldouBly ta
for each case, to correct the diseased act
or remove the obstructions which cause it
Fo- Oysenterryxtt Diarrher.a, bat one I
dose io generally required.
For Rheumatism, Gout, Oravel, Palpita
of the Heart, Pain in the ?We, Back and Lc
they should be continuously taken, an
quired, t.> change the diseased action of
systom. With such change those compla
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings, I
should bo taken in large and frequent d
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For Suppression a large dose snook
taken, as it produces the desired effect
As a Dinner Pal, take one or two PU
promote digestion and relieve the stomac
An occasional dose stimulates the ston
and bowels into healthy action, restorei
appetite, and invigorates the system. H
lt is often advantageous where'no serioui
rangement exists. Ono who feels toler
well, often finds that a dose of these
makes him feel decidedly better, from t
cleansing and renovating effect on the digo
Dr. J. C. AYER ?i CO., Practical Cher
LO WELL, MASS., U. S. A.
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