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MADRID, October i2?^TW???ioTrfies
been restored In Andalusia and Osts
Innis ".' ? I L ? I '. ' 1 '.
-1.. ,a ntl ?i is^a^iki?M+ti lt*w?.
WASOTOTON, Octpbcir Ifsrn^A imtfsr
tisl gontlomau, iuBfc <rom Tennessee, ssw
they havo no doubt of Mr. ' Johnson's
slsjoMouv IUME wf -**'f
Commissioner Delano,' Deputy Com?
missioner Douglass, and Solicitor Smith,
the ohiefs of the Internal Revenue De?
partment, nro all absent for political pur?
poses, ia con?equonco of which nothing
beyond routine business has been trans
acted in the Revenue Bureau since the
.%o?&?eU^l?t? Jpsibi?o? ?,000,000
worth of bonds-81,000,000 for the sink?
ing fund snd $6,000,000 subject to the
action of Congress.
The remarkable coinoidonce of two
former Judges of tho United States Su
preme Conrt appearing at i's bar on the <
same day occurred to-day-B. R. Curtis,
of Massachusetts, closing one case, and
John A. Campbell, of Alabama, opening
and .closing another. I
.VI iii 0I?Yn*SM? !??<?10fc
... .PHrr.?psV^HTA; j0ctot>ej 12.-The elec?
tion ia progressing quietly, although tho
voting fa rapid. Registration ia 10,000
.-^f? TjJ?V^h Wawern**d 1,300
; ^rm.Wio**jworitX:-M?!?* vj. ?W; Wpst
Word, 750-a gain Of 450; fifth Ward
-SW for Ps4ker--a gain of.237. It is cal?
culated that tho Kepublioan maj on ty in
r^/oHy .wiUireao? -spout 4,000.. The
First and Second Wards of Pittsburg
Bhbw a Dom?cr'atio gain of 250. In West
Chester City,'tub -ftop ubi lean majority is
67oS^Demooratic gain of 37.
. CINCINNATI, October 12.-The eleotion
ia progressing, qoietby.. Pendleton will
receive tbs on tiro' Democratic vote.
There is much scratching on the city
ticket. The temperance ticket gets no?
C BTOBMOND, October 12.-The Court
on: Appeals, of Virginia, composed of
Judges appointed by General Canby,
mst to-day, but adjourned until the Ja?
nuary term, after spreading on the
minutes an order setting forth that the
adjournment is in view of the rapid pro?
gress of reconstruction, and that in a
brief period judicial and other officers
may be elected to till places now held by
authority temporarily conferred by Acts
of Congress. The order adds: "Many
believe that the ultimate decision of
Congress may be heard in the interval
between this and the next appointed
term,of this Court, and it is deemed ex?
pedient and proper not to proceed to the
transaction of further business at this
time. 1 The reasons leading to this con?
clusion it is not deemed necessary fur?
ther to state. "
James H. Cunningham* colored, has
been appointed postmaster of the ad?
joining County of Manchester.
JACKSON, MISS., Ootober 12.-The
State Fair Committee publish the fol?
lowing: "Failing to procure the necessa?
ry supply of lumber to complete all the
oat-buildings required for the Fair
Grounds, the Directors deem it so im?
portant to havo everything in complete
order and readiness for the first Fair, do
hereby postpone, holding it till Tuesday,
November 16." Many articles intended
for the exhibition have arrived.
NEW OmoBANS, October 12.-The Ita?
lien Society celebrated the anniversary
of the discovery of America to-day.
Newspaper, consulate and other flags
were displayed throughout the city.
, . CHARLESTON, October 12.-Arrived
steamers P?rit and Champion, New York.
Sailed-brigs J. B. Kirby, Philadelphia;
Cyolone, New York; schooners I. May,
Baltimore; D. Wash bur ne, Rock-Port;
J. H. Stiokney, New York; Francisco,
Bermuda; S. E. Woodbury, Bucksville,
S. C.; A. E. Glover, Boston; Matooko,
Washington, D. C. ; J. S. Clarke, Ridge?
wood, and Gabella, Georgetown, S. C.
Two LADIES SAVAGELY WHIPPED.-Two
Polish ladies were recently whipped sa?
vagely at the Warsaw police office. Let?
ters written by the Langiewiez were found
in their possession, and the Governor
General of Poland ordered them to be
flogged, os a warning to the othor corres?
pondents of the famous leader ef the
Insurrection of 1863. Despite the pain
inflicted on these poor ladies, they did
not utter a single cry. One of them,
however, the Countess Drynatzka, faint?
ed away after she received the thirtieth
Count Michel Dycodurzyski is making
dreadful havoc in New York. The at?
tempt to address him familiarly by name
has cost several well-intentioned but mis?
taken people their lives.
Frenobmen cannot pronounce "ship."
The word sounds "sheep" in their
months. Soeing an iron clad, ono said
to a boy, "Is dish a war sheep?" "No,"
answered the boy, "it is a ram."
A lodge of Odd Fellows in Fie rids has
among its officers a Bull, a Lamb and a
Quaile. If the leopard cannot peacefully
lie down with the kid, the lamb need not
quail before the bull.
"I know by a littlo what a great deal
means," as ho gander said when he saw
the tip of a fox's tail sticking out of a
Tho "girl of the period" in Arkansas
is described as thirteen years old, shoe?
less, stockingless, bounetless, and with
the sheriff after her for stealing a horse.
Why do little birds in their nests agree?
Because if they did not, they would fall
Misers are generally bachelors-they
seem averse to squandering even their
Solomons' Bitters, an Antidote to Ma?
laria, prepared by A. A. Solomons k Co.,
druggists, Savannah, Ga. 013 6
?M 'f?rWr9%>??^n8 cotton brought
24c; but in consequence o? unfavorable
The salea arnonuted to 50 balea.
. WiS% Y-?S?, October 12-Noon.-Stocka
unasttied and dull. , Monaj 5@7. Ster?
ling-long 0; -kost 9 W. Gold 80%.
62's 80. Wheat a abade bettor. Cotton
heary,-at IQ&J Ftefcbtsdull. .>?
7 P. A?.-Cotton )\a. lower, with sales
of 3,200 bates, at ttCf?. Floor irregular
and unsettled. Wheat S@4o. higher
further breaks in the canal stiffens prices.
Corn a shade firmer. Mess pork firmer,
at 80.25. Lard a shade firmer-kettle
18/c. Whiskey more active. Groceries
native and firmer. Freights drooping.
Money easy, at 6@7. Gold dull, at 301 ?.
CINCINNATI, .October I2.-j-Whiskey
steady, at 1.15.' Mess pork dull, at 31.00.
Bacon firmer-shoulders 16%; sides 20 jj.
Lard quiet, at 17
Lo um vi LUE, October 12.-Provisions
firm. Mess pork 32.75. Shoulders \1}?;
clear sides 20? Lard 19. Whiskey 1.19.
NEW ORLEANS, October 12.-Sales of
cotton to-day 2,600 bales, at 25; receipts
214. Flour dull, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
-new 1.20. Oats 63. Pork 83.75. Gold
MOBILE, October 12.-Cotton in fair
! demand, with sales of 800 bales-mid?
dling 23%<^24; receipts 1,548.
SAVANNAH, October 12.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 400 bales-middling 25 !?; rp
coipts 2,496. . V
I ' AUGUSTA, October 12.-Cotton steady,
with sales of 504 bales-middling 24% ;
receipts 640. '} . "
CHARLESTON, October 12.-Cotton de?
clined i4'c.-sales to-day 35 bales-mid?
dling 24% ? receipts 1,588.
LONDON, October 12-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93>?. Bonds 84)^.
LIVERPOOL, October 12-3 P; M. ^-Cot?
ton doll-uplands 12k@?2,??; Orleans
12>?@12%. Yarns and fabrics At Man?
PARIS. October 12.-The Bourse is
firm. Rentes 71 and 45.
j HAVRE, October 12.-Cotton opens
firm, both on spot and afloat-spot 148.
"Why, Sarah, you look good enough
to eat," said a loving husband to his
wife, one morning at breakfast. "Well,
I'm eating as fast as I eau, ain't I?" was
the ready reply.
A V. estern editor knows of a little
Sunday school girl who, being asked by
the cat?chiser, "What is the outward
visible form or sign in baptism?" inno?
cently said. "PleaRP. sir. the baby."
"Speaking of shaving," said a pretty
girl to an obstinato old bachelor, "I
should think that a pair of handsome
eyes would be the best mirror to shave
by." "Yes; many a poor fellow has
been shaved by them," the wretch replied.
3 000 BUSUELS WALKER WHEAT,
tho most hardy, early aud prolific variety
grown in TennesBHee-Amber Color.
200 buabela Kilpatrick Auti-ruat WHEAT
200 baehela Doughton WHITE WHEAT.
500 buabela BARLEY and RYE.
2,300 buabela White and Mixed CORN.
500 bnahela Black Seed OATS.
On conaignment and for aale by
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Commiaaion Merchant, Auguata, Oa.
AT J. SULZBACHER'S.
CHEAP DRY GOODS, at
CHEAP HATS AND CAPS, at
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOTS, at
Oct 6 Main street, next Phetnix Office.
ULE?H E?B SIDES,
Dry Salted Meats,
DIRECT FROM WESTERN PACKERS.
A, B & C SUGAKS
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP,
Coffees of all Grades,
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
In Kitts, Half-Barrela and Barrels,
ND OTHER GROCERIES DIRECT
FROM FIRST HANDS,
To which wo ask tho attention of buyers, as
wc aro prepared to offer
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SOX,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND LADY STS.
He pt 17_f2moB
Nickerson House Hotel?
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
THE undersigned having
jRENEWED bia lease upon the
above POPULAR HOUSE, will endeavor to
make it ono of tho most agreeable Hotela in
thc South. A call ia aolicited.
4V Free Omnibus to and from the Hotel.
July 9 WM. A. WRIGHT. Proprietor.
1PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct from
the Custom Honae. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
A? fill; ?? f. . ' "J's*;.- (.. j
^NOTHER LOT of thew? beautiful B$DO$7.
DSFOV tine of OTlor? ofthone hMictoofnc
Bh MERINOS. fo? ?i.OO. : '' ? . '
Wo ?e enabled to aell W* beautiful GRADE
o* GOODS eoohoap, by having Joined nevar?]
other leading dealer* from other marketa ?nd
bongbt an entire importation of thia brand ol
A beautiful aeaortment ot WICKER WORK,
aomething entirely new and novel fer tbii
market, j?et in.
Snpetb lot of FURS, ia
REAL MINK, Ac,
from 15.00 per aet to $100.
Oct ia_ R. C. BHIVEB._
ARE now ready for distribution Theatock
of gooda AT RETAIL In tho Front Store
is repleto aud full, and of every conceivable
?lyle and price.
Our Shawl and Cloak Department
Presents aorue rare attractions in prices and
Our Dress Goods Department,
As UMU-AI, exhibits all the handsome novelties.
Our Hosiery and Uunderwear Depart?
Supplies all (lie articles of comfort and protec?
tion for winter use.
Our Notion and Haberdashery Depart?
Will, aa heretofore, receive,our best attention,
and every novelty, useful or ornamental, can
bc had from it.
Our Carpet Department
Tin? acaaon excels everything of tho kimi ever
e .bibited in Columbia before), comprising
everything known to thc trade in thu way ol
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
IB a specialty, wherein we claim to give all tho
advantages that can bo offered, 'lhe Goods
for thc Department are on hand-bought
right, and sold with as little expense aa they
can bo handled anywhere.
Wo solicit a cali from every one wanting
Goods. We positively guarantee our bills
certainlv ai cheap-often cheaper-than can
be had elsewhere. R. C. SHIVER.
ff?" The Greenville Enterprise, Abbeville
Prints, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Newberry Berald,
Chester Reporter, Keowee Courier, Spartan
burg Spartan, Unionvillo Times and Camden
Journal will copy to the extent of one-fourth
of a column, chango weekly, with tho PHONIX,
for the quarter commencing Octeibrr 1.1 Stilt.
HAVING been appointed Agent for thc sale
of the RAMIE PLANT in this city, and
also engaged to aomo extent for six mouths in
its cultivation, I am prepared to give informa?
tion as to its adaptability and receive orders
for Plant?; alao authorized to establish sub
agencies for the Bale of the Plant that is at
present agitating our planting community.
_Oct 1_R. C. SHIVER.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills, for all the Pur?
poses of a Laxative Medicine.
PERHAPS no one
medicino is so univer?
sally required by every
body aa a cathartic,
nor waa evor any be?
fore ao cnivcraally
adopted into uae, in
every country amd
among all classe?, aa
thia mild but efficient
"purgative PILL. The
obvioua reason ie, that
it ia a moro rcliablo and far more effectual
remedy than any other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured tbem; those who
have not, know that it cures their neighbors
and friends, and all know that what it does
once it does alwaya-that it never fails
through any fault or neglect of its cempoei
tiou. Wc have thousands upon thousands of
certificate- of their remarkable cures of the
following complaints, but euch eurea are
known in every neighborhood, and we need
not publish them. Ad ip ted to all agea and
conditions in all climates; containing neither
calomel or any deleterious drug, they may be
taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar
coating preserves them over freah and makes
them pleasant to take, whilo being pnrely
vegetable no harm can arise from their use in
They operate hy their powerful influence on
the internal vinci ra to purify the blood and
stimulate it into healthy action-remove tho
obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver and
other organs of the body, restoring their irre?
gular action to health, and by correcting,
wherever they exist,such derangements as are
tho first origin of disease.
Minute directions aro given in the wrapper
on tho box, for the following complainte,
which theac PILLS rapidly enre:
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Listlessness,
Languor and Loss of Appetite, they should be
taken moderately to stimulate the stomach
and restore it? healthy tono and action.
For Liter Complaint and its various symp?
t?me, Rilious Uea?acbe, Sick Headache, jaun?
dice or Green Sickness, I'ilious Colic and Hi
lious Fever?, they should be judiciously taken
for each case, te) correct the diseased action
or remove thc obstruct:.?na which cause it.
For Dytenterry or IHarrhaa, but ono mild
dose is generally required.
For Rheumatism, Gout, Gr?ci l, Palpitation
of the Heart, Pain in the Side, Hack and Loins,
they should be continuously taken, as re
quired, to change the diseased action of the
system. With such chango those complaints
For Dropsy and Dropsical Swellings, they
should bo take n in large and frequent doses
to produce tho effect of a drastic purge.
l or Suppression a large dose should be
taken, as it produces the desired effect by
"AH a Dinner Pill, take one or two PW? to
promote digestion and relievo the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach
and bowels into healthy action, restores the
appetite, and invigorates the system. Heneo
it is often advantageous where no serious ele
rangement exists. Ono who feel? tolerably
woll, often Uriels that a dose of these J'ills
makes him feel decidedly better, from their
cleansing and renovating effect on the digestivo
Dr. J. C. AV KR ?St CO.,Practical Chcmlta,
Scpt.l LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A. Hmo
F. A. Tradewoll rs. Mary E. Boatwright, et
al.-Hill for Partition, dc.
THE orcditora of Dr. W. C. FREEMAN, de?
ceased, aro required to prove before me
their demands against his eatate, on or beforo
the FIRST DAY of January noxt.
Sept 39 wl3 D. D. MILLER, C. C. P.
THISjnatly celebrated brand of VIRGINIA
FLOUR can alwaya be obtained at atore of
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
i. i .',.,\ -?.?rf- ??fft -^j, ?? ". \i\ ,i . nj
._.fMq<j?it> tftflRMM**) >!?? v but: '<*
J. H. & RS. L.KIfiARD'S.
?"..l-.if t -THo ,. .'i. j,: .fo'j ? ! ... A . ._.**.:>? I-.lt
In F>*i S'J ! .>()'..!>.?? . T'i fv 1?01 . ?' ?i- .*.?'*i'
WB HAVE RECEIVED, AND FI A VE READY
for examination, tho largest and moat attrac?
tive STOCK that itbaiioverbcouonrploa
aure to exhibit. It Ja aa a ? tensivo and. varied,
that it ia hcpoBsiMe te* enumerate Wo, there
Core, invite our friends, and allin want of good
and cheap DryJOoods, to call and see for them?
selves. We pledge ourselves to give satisfac?
tion in regard to the style, quality and price
of onr Goods. J. H. A M. L. KIN ARD.
Oct 10_? ?
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a beauti?
ful assortment of articles in hid liue, to
which ho inviten the attention of purchasers.
His trtook of WATCHES is from the best
make? in the country, while his JEWELRY is
unexceptionable; and his FANCY ARTICLES
are so varied in character that he is co mi de nt
he Will bo able to please the most fastidious.
SPECTACLES to suit all ages. Ho invites spe?
cial attention tn the collection of SILVER and
PLATED WARE, which is warranted to he as
represented. All kind j of REPAIRING faith?
full v attended to. Give mo a cali
Oct 7 - r Next-door to Savings Bank.
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Holet Block, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
-1 - - IS now roceiving a very
__B___j_5_|large Fall Stock, and is now
J5?^TTKf()pen for inspection. The
ISIlM" I Vstock will comprise every.
article usually kept in a tirst class house, ouch
aB Hats, from tho lowest grade to ihe finest
Bilk beaver, 3oots and Shoes in every stvle,
and at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Gents' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors. I will be happy to
receive a continuance of public put rouage.
The attention of Wholesale Buyers is soli?
cited. Call ut sign of the big Root ami Hat.
Oct fl A. SMYTHE.
New Dress Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S,
HANDSOME line o? black and colored
SILKS, Satin at ripea POPLINS,
Figured, Chene and Mottled MOHAIRS,
Gray Mixed M ALANGE,
Silkfaoed POPLINS, Freuch PLAID. All-wool
EPINGLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colorod ALPACAS, black repellant CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimmings and Buttons, fashiona?
ble styles; magnificent Sash Ribbons.
8opt29_C. F. JAOK80N.
MTHAT splendid CORN AND COT _____
TON FARM, known aa tho "SALU _E
DA FORK PLANTATION,"situated^-,
nine miles South from Newberry Court House,
S. C., and forty miles from Columbia. The
place contains about eighteen hundred acres
of oboice lands; about twelve hundred of
which aro open, and the balanro woodland.
Bounded on two sides by "Bush" and "Big"
Saluda Rivers, it affords a large proportion of
the most desirable bottom or swamp lands;
and on Big Saluda River it has ono of tho
most valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. The improvements aro an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, six or eight Dou?
ble Framed Uonsoa for laborers quarters,
Stables, Barns, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-houses-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to the place, and
propelled by an excellent water power, is one
of the beet Merchant Mills in the State, having
two setts of forty-eight inch French Burr
Wheat Stones, anti one of same size for Corn,
with machinery all completo. Also, 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
Screw. Lands in this section will produce
from ono to two bales of cotton per acre with?
out a doubt.
Terms cash or its equivalent. Partios wish?
ing tn purchase, can see the pince and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Pool, Esq., Newberry Court House, S. C.
or address II. WARE A SON,
July 9 4mo * New Orleans. La.
Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on hand a large assort?
ment of Singer's, Wilson's, Grover A Ba?
ker's, otc, SEWING MACHINES: also, a fino
assortment of English and German GUNS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will be sold lower than at
anv other place in the city.
Sewing Machines, Guns, Pistols, Locks, etc.,
repaired at tho shortest notice, and all work
warranted. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sopt25_ Main street.
1 f\f\ BAGS common to prime RIO
25 bags Java and Lagnayra Coffee.
For sale low by_D_HOPE.
Lager, Ale and Porter.
BREMER LAGER, MoEwan's ALE and
Guiantes' PORTER ran be obtained at
the POLLOCK HOUSE.
I : Executer's Notice. . ?li
4 LL perece haring deraaa?a ?gnlnst tho
DANIEL B. LEWIS,
SJ.? ...... ...."I .:../ J. ?.?W..?- "
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,<flfe. AFTER the Int of November, it is
'JovLgt/proDOK.od to furnish thone Oysters,
^B/BT oithor in tho abell or opened, in
quantities to soit parohaBere, and al tho low
est market priers.
The Mill Fond Oyster supplied will be. tbs
celebrated OULLA ISLAND OYSTER, from
tho Lucas Mill Pond, at Charleston, wbiob, for
flavor and plumpness, ia vfell known to bb un?
Torma cash. Orders solicited from all parts
of tho country. Address
THOMAS McCRADY, Agent.
P. O. Box No. 339. Charleston^. C.
REFERENCES - Jamos AdgerACo., Hon. J.
B. CanipboM, Dr. St. J. Ravenel, David Jen?
ninge, McCrady A Son, W. G. Dingle, John B.
Ryan. ,_Oct 8 6
To the Public.
A- HAVING Just returned from the North,
""flwith a NEW STOCK OF BUPEBIOR
rElGOODS, for the custom trade, I am pre
-luLpared to fill ordors at eh?xt notice and
inthovory latoat Btyjds. A better stock, In
my line, hae novor been brought tc this city,
and bating several competent workmen, 1
Kuaxautee satisfaction to all. . Give me a call.
B Bcpt 18 C. D. EBERHARDT.
B. S W, !'. SWAFP1ELD.
j| IB li
^y7"E are receiving a very largo stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, ?fcc, ?fcc,
Which we have selected with great care, and
offer to our customers at
A NEW FEATURE.
WE have soenred the services of a FIRST
FRENCH CUSTOM CLOTHING CUTTER
AND SUITABLE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO ORDER in
stylo and fit second to no other house in the
We have a magnificent lino of
FRENCH AND KNG1.ISII CASSI ME KISS
To select from, and will tako pleasure in ?Lew?
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLESALE
The New Theory cf Health
UEBS QUEEN'S DELIGHT!
THE Lifo of all Flesh ia Blood. The Health
of Life ia purity of Fleah. Without purity
of Blood, no Flesh eau be freo from disoaao.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is now a recognized housohold Medicino of
remarkable remedial powers, Invented and
compounded by the Proprietor, which he hae
called by tho euphonious soubriquet
ITS CONSTITUENT rUOPEUTIES.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT Ia an an alterative, produc?
ing a gradual chango in the
HEINITSH'S functions of organs, as to
permit a healthy action to
tako tho place of diaoase.
QUEEN'S DELIOIIT ?a doobstruent by itsdivcrei
? ?d action; removesobBtruc
HEINITSH'S Hone, reducen inflammation
and enlargement of tho
flauds and viscera,
s an Iovigorant and Tonic;
it produces a gent?o and
pormanent excitement of all
tho vital actione observable
in tho functions of organic
HEINITSU'S life; and is, therefore, ad
miaHable in diseases of tho
Stomach, Livor and organs
QUEEN'S DELIGHT IS a atim" 'utting, alterativo
diaphoretic, promoting per
H (.i rat ion, removing humors
in tho blood, producing a
HEINITSH'S healthy action of tho akin,
removed Boil?, Pimples,
Blotches and Cutaneoua
QUEEN'S DELIGHT ls aperient, gently acting
upon tho bowels, thereby
removing effete matter, pro?
ducing a healthy feeling of
HKINITSH'K tho stomach and head.
Headache and nervous dis?
orders aro enred by itR nae.
QUEEN'S DELIOUT Ia expectorant, increasing
the accretion from tho
mncoiiH menibraue. of the
air cells and passages of
HEINITSU'S tho lungs, or assists its dis?
charge; is, therefore, a re?
medy, combined willi Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con?
sumption, Colds, Ac.
Thc high appreciation in which it in held by
the profession and the gobion opinions of the
people, and their many testimonials, will make
it a desirable medicine for Druggists to keep
constantly on hand.
The sick, feeble and those in dolicato health,
and all persons living in warm climates, and
all unacclimated, will find tho
A gre ft medicino, protecting them from all
those diseases which originato in a bad condi?
tion of tho blood and climatic influences
For sale by Druggists throughout the State.
Tho trade supplied bv
FISHER A ftEINltsn, Columbia, 8. 0.
PLUMB A LEITNER, Augusta, Oa.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO.. Macon. Oa.
JOHN F. HENRY, New York.
MANSFIELD A HIGBEE, Memphis. Tenn.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY A COWDEN.
Aug 61 Philadelphia,
G?ltf'of Desirable G?e?s.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TO-MOUROW, (ThnroOrty,) I will sell, at
my Store, at IO o'clock :
100 SACKS Superior FLOUR, .
20 Dbl?. Primo Irish Potatoes,
25 Boxes Family Soap, No. 1,
20 Boxes Family Starch, , > .,
50 Doz. Fresh Tomatoes,
25 Boies Adamantino Candles,
200 Boxes Sardinen,
20 Boxes Good Cheese,
1,600 Pipe?, in ? ? <- . *. .. UtiW
10,000 Segara, various qualities,
10 Groas Mason's Blacking,
20 Beams Wrapping Paper? Ac., Ac.
On account of all concerned :
-Gallon? Fine Claret WINE: Oct 13
Extensive Executor's Baie of Real Estate and I
Personal Property, belonging to thc Estate oj 1
Henry Dania, deceased. ? ? '
BY JACOB LEVIN. fi
T Kn si s or SALE.-For tho real ??tate ono- I
third cash, tho balanc?enla, credit of one and fl
two years, secured hy bond;and, mortgage,
with interest from day of sale, payable semi?
annually; the building??abo Insured and po- I
licy assigned. For personal property otah. I
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papora and I
Btaraps. ' AU Taxes palled for by tho State or S
city np to this time, have boon paid on this
property. The Balaras now catted for mast I
be made and the Taxes paid by the purchaser. 1
On the FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER next 1
will bo sold, before tho Court House, in Co- I
lum bia, at 10 o'clock, th? following valuable I
Sroperty: un I dr? .rr:...
o. 1- Lot on. Plain street, between Bull
and Picke 11 H, befog 78 feet f ron t on Plain stree t I
and running back 208. more or less,, on which 1
there is a two story frnmo kitchen; bounded I
East by ron i do ii ce of James'G. Gibbo*, Esq.
: No..2-Lot on the South-east corner of tho
square bounded by Senate, Sumter, Fondloton I
and Marion streets, near and on the Noria I
side of tho South Carolina University, measur- I
ing 145 feet front by 102, more or less. .' 'in-'
No. 3-Lot containing 8$ acres, more or lo 80s
bounded by Tobacco, Indigo, Sumter and
Richardson etreots. . ,, 1 fl
No. 4-One square ot grbund, with th? SW- I
rounding streets included, being fa tho roar I
of Mr. Edwin J. Sooti's Tsstdence, and known
Ha the ltolil property. The titlo to this pro?
perty will bo for the natural life time of air.
Pani Bool, i rn-rn- ?
No. 6-Lot on ' Richardson or Main street, I
between Lady and Washington, known aa toe
Fenton lot, measuring ii feet iront bj 208
deep, more or lesa, r urdlu! 1 ? - .> I
No. G-Lot on West side of Hain or Richard?
son streets, between Lady sud Gervais, and I
nearly opposite the old site of Nickcraon'a I
Hotel, measuring 2d feet front by 208, more or
less, adjoining Greenfield's Building on.tho
No. 7-Lot joining the above, (No. 6,) 26 I
feet front by 208 deep, more or lees. 1
No. 8-Lot joining the above, (No. 7.) 26 I
feet front; running back 208, the rear half 88 I
feet wide, moro or less.
No. 9-South half of vacant Lot on Main
street, 27 feet front by 208, more Or less, being 1
bounded South by R. O. Anderson's brick
building and North by buildings owned by es?
tate of Henry Davis.
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joining the
above, being 27 feet front by 200, more orwt*.
In roar of this Lot and the buildings, herein?
after described there ia an alloy privilege con?
necting with what is known as Davis' alley.
No. ll-Tract of Land, consisting or 500
acres, more or les?, in Richland County, situ?
ated on the waters of Crane Oreek; bounded
North by lands of Solomon L?rick and Hannon
Coon; Last by Solomon L?rick; South by Har?
mon Coon: West by John L?rick.
No. 12-Tract of 571 aeres, mere Or leas,
known as the Sharp tract; bounded by lands
of W. M. Gibbes, Swrgert, Hawkins, B. L??
rick, Ivey, Mopre and Lockloar. . .
Tho above tracts of land each contain dwell?
ings and snitablo outbnildingu.
No. 13-Tho two story Brick Building on
Main street bounded North by the alley known
au Davis1 allyv, to bo.dividod as follows: Lot
on corner of alley, 28 foot front; running back
206. more or leas, with that portion of tho
building being occupied by Mesare. Kin ard.
No. 14-Being the Southern half of Lot and
Building as above described, 28 feet front,
running back 200, inore' or less, occupied by
Messrs. Iloppon ?. Hutphen.
Each of tho above buildings are separated
by a private entrance on ike fr opt.
No. 15-Tho Dwolling-houso and Lot, on
Plain street, known as the family residence,
with every convenience ind all necessary Out?
buildings, fine garden, and superior water.
This building is one among tb? beat erected
in the city for workmanship and material. .
The Household Furniture, and other per?
sonal effects belonging to the estate.
This sale will be positive, being made for a
division. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL,
Sept 5 mw Executors.
^0^0" I respectfully inform my
^><7^ friends and pnblio in general
j^T-^Sawthat I have just received a fine
V ^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS, RIFLES, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at short notice by superior
workmen. P. W. KRAFT,
Sept 17_Main street.
FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON.
?LEMONS AND CHANGES,
A fresh lot of fine French Confeotion
orv-something rich, rare and palatable.
Fresh Nuts, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lemon Sugar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLE88 VARIETY.
CAKES and P?E8-fresh and made to order.
Pure CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Sets-a fine, healthy, cut-door exer?
Thc subscriber, intending to give his friends
and customers a chance to keep cool, has de?
termined to reduce the price of CREAM for
the balance of the season.
Cream per quart, 76 cents.
Cream per plate, 20 cents.
Cream per half plate, 10 cents.
Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10 cents per
Call and bc convinced of the correctness of
tho above. J. MoKENZIE,
June 4_ _Main Street.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE Proprietors take pleasure In announc?
ing thiselegantly.furniabed Establishment
now open for the accommodation of guests.
The tanlo will always bo supplied with every
delicacy of tho season-both from tho New
York and Charleston markets, and no effort?
will be spared to give perfect satisfaction, in
every respect, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in thc refect ?irv every day from ll until 12J.
WM. GORMAN. f _*
H. H. RADENHOP, *?owuwro?g.