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THE FOUBTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
A convention was held in this city, last
evening, for the purpose of nomiuating
a candidate for Congress in tho Fourth
Congressional District, on tho platform
of tho Union Reform party. All tho
Counties in the Congressional District
were represented. Col. W. R. Robertson
was elected Chairman and F. B. McBeo
and R. W. Shand, Secretaries. After
the adoption of rules for the government
of the body, Col. I. G. McKissick, of
Union, was unanimously uomiuated.
DEATH OF A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN.
Wo are called upon, this moruing, to re?
cord tho sudden death of a prominent
physioian, and a universally-admired resi?
dent of Columbia. j&Dr. Samuel Fair is
no more. He departed this life, yester?
day morniug, at an early hour, of heart
disease, from which ho had been suffer?
ing for years. Dr. Fair was sixty-six
years of age, a native of Nowberry Dis?
trict, but had resided in Columbia for
more than a quarter of a century. He
was a skillful physician, and enjoyed n
PROCEEDINGS LAST NIGHT.-There was
an iaimeuso gathering in front of thc
Columbia Hotel, last night, and a plat
form (of dry goods boxes) boiug impro
vised, Capt. George Tupper announced
that speakers of tho Uuiou Reform auc
Republican persuasions would addresi
tho assemblage, and hoped that all woulc
bo listened to without interruption. H<
thon read a lotter from Assistant Adju?
tant-General Elliott, assigning reason!
for declining tho invitation. Capt. W. L
DoPass, of Kershaw, was then iutro
duced, who was followed by Col. Bocor
and Gen. Keuuedy.
PHONIXIVNA.-Smokers will be inter
ested to know that valerianic ether give
Yaukee cigars their Havaua flavor.
Somebody says that ladios wear veil
on tho principle that indistinctness lend
euehnntment to the view.
Mr. John J. Dreher, of Lexington, wil
accept our thanks for a basket full of de
licions pears, of extra large size.
We have received from tho publishers
Messrs. Walker, Evans Sc Cogswell
a pamphlet copy of an address, delivers*
beforo the Charleston Couuty Agrien!
turn.1 aud Horticultural Association, Ma
3, 1S70, by tho lamented Wm. Gilmor
Simmes. It is entitled "The Sense c
In the East, water is put into jug!
bottles, or wine coolers, which are place
in buckets filled with salt and saltpetre
and then turuod rapidly until the wate
almost reaches tho freezing point. ]
tho weather is very hot the buckets ar
replenished several times a day, and th
turning process repeated. Thus you ca
havo sparkling cold water with tho the:
mometer at 100 degrees in tho shade, an
even when no ice is to bc had.
Mr. R. M. Stokes, of the Unionvil
Times, paid us a visit last night. He
in tho enjoyment of excellent health.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, August 10.-Nie,
er son House.-R. B. Carpenter, Charlo
ton; T. T. Mooro, city; L. T. Blone
A. P. Boyle, Augusta; T. H. Clark, '.
W. Lang, L. McCandless, L. Laug, 1
L. DeSaussure, J. M. Davis, W. Clybun
W. L. DePass, Camden; H. K. Rei
N. C.; J. D. Kennedy, Camden; J. 1
Fry, Nowton; Paul Quattlebaum, Le
iugton; J. Winsmith, Spartanburg; .
E. Dunlap, Mrs. Milos, Marion; T. J
Judd and wife, Spartauburg; Miss La1
Darlington; H. L. Bollman, L. R. M
Ahoy and wife, Pittsburg, Pa.; R. I
Stokes, Union; J. B. McCants, Winn
boro, L. M. Grist, Yorkville; J. Paga
Columbia Hold.-I. M. Dwight, Fai
fiold; G. E. Whaloy, St. Mathews;
W. O'Brien, G. W. Rouse, J. T. McFu
D. L. Wardlaw, Jr., H. V. L. Sprigg,
Holmes, Charleston; R. Singloton, J.
Hanahan, J. S. Jeffers, J. H. Adams,
A. Jeffers, Richland; M. L. Bonhai
E. E.Jefferson, B. T. Boatwright,
Boatwright, W. E. Carwilo, T. W. Ci
wile, S. Watson, Edgefield; J. W. Moo]
Gillisouville; N. A. Bate, W. R. Thom;
Batesville; I. Jones, Bock Hill; J.
Latimer, Greenville; J. C. C. Feath
stone, J. W. Goodwyn, J. W. And?
son, B. P. Todd, D. W. Ball, Laurel
R. A. Thompson. Walhalla; F. B. IV
Bec, Pickeus; Wm. Monroe, Union;
Fair, Mrs. Rutherford and daught
Nowberry; W. Wilkins, wife, child n
servant, New York; J. H. Norwood, A'
T. P. Weston, Gadsden; W. R. Robi
son, J. H. Rion, Winnsboro; J. D. L
John. A. Moroso, F. D. Richards
Charleston; F. N. Wannamaker, Orau
burg; T. J. Goodwyn, Fort Motte;
Gist, Ark.; J. J. Houseal, L. M. Spoi
Newberry; J. R. Hagood, D. Shoppe
S. A. Crawford, W. M. Boaztnan, Ed
field; D. F. Bradley, C. Liri:, Lauri
E. McIntosh, Miss McIntosh, Soci
Hill; N. R. Robertson and lady, F
LIST or NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
University Series School Books,
llostotter's Stomach Hitters.
V. A. Grey-Columbia Chapter.
PAMS, Angust 15.-The Seuato has
adopted tho financial bill, which passed
the Corps last night.
BEKNE, August 1G.-Tho Swiss corps
of observation has been disbanded.
The Telegraph's Paris correspoudent
writes that tho French Chambers aro
unworthy of public respect; there were
members who were elected by fraud aqd
coercion; they could not be frosted as a
committee of public safety.
Algeria has been declared in a state of
LONDON*, August 16-3 P. M.-The
Priuco Imperial is certainly in Parin.
The Times, in its morning article, says
a Frouch victory is necessary to predis?
pose the Emperor to treat for ponce.
PAEIS, August 16.-Strasburg has uot
been iuvested. The French still occupy
Bit8ch. No help is expected from
Italy. It is re-asserted that tho Prus?
sians occupy Mulhouse and Bazauson.
BERLIN, August 16.-The foliowiug
additional particulars of tho second
fight wore roceived late last night: Late
on Monday afternoon, tho first aud
seventh army corps vigorously attacked
the French forces, under the walls of
Metz. A RUDguinury conflict eusuod,
aud tho Freuch were fiuully driven
Within the city. The French lost 4,1)00.
On tho same day, a grand reconnoissauce,
led by King William, maintained itself
some hours within two lines of French
defences, without au effort ou the part
of tho French to dislodge it. Facts
show thc utter demoralization of the
Tho Daily News has a sousational
despatch from the continent, that the
Freuch have driven the entire Prussian
line. Tho Telegraph has au editorial,
arguing Prussian disasters.
PAllis, August IO,-The Journal Offi?
ciel declares Cherbourg to be iu a state
The French loft two despatch boats iu
the Tiber upon evacuating Borne.
VIENNA, August 16.-Baron Vou Buist
denies any attempt on bis part to medi?
ate between France aud Prussia.
LONDON, August 16-The total de?
struction of thc Pennsylvania is errone?
ous. Tho cargo was destroyed, but the
vessel will bo able to go to sea ou thc
Prussian despatches to the Prussian
Minister here aro full of triumph, and
expross tho greatest confidence in the
early aud certain result of the war.
HAVANA, August 10.-The Panamo
aud West India Cable met with au acci?
dent after reaching deep water. A de?
fect was also discovered iu the cabb
across the shallows.
PAUIS, August 16.-The Prefect ol
Mens telegraphs the Minister of the lu
terior that the Uhlaus have been seen ie
the neighborhood and have commenc?e
marching towards Bar Le Due. The
Prefect cut the railways in that section,
to impede the progress of thc enemy.
Tho French journals complain of th<
brevity of despatches from tho seat o
war. Even the Constitutionnel, ecmi-of
ficial, sa3*s tho information is uot posi
tive regarding the position of eithei
LONDON, August 16.-Extracts froa
Freuch official bulletins assert that th<
Prussians are uot in force before Stras
burg. Bitsch still holds out. Th<
bridges at Tergosbeim and Basie wen
destroyed by the enemy. English ex
perimeuts with tho mitrailleur iudicnb
them destructive at close quarters, bu
troops holding them may bc auuihilatec
before they come iu range.
Tho Times sympathizes strongly witl
Prussia and rejoices iu Prussian success
It is reported that tho Bavarians cap
turod Marsal with sixty canuou.
VERDUN, August 16-8 A. M.-N<
news from Metz. Nothing has occurrc<
to-day. All day yesterday, canuou wa
heard between Metz and Verdun. Per
sons from that direction say a great bat
tie was fought. The Prussians lost mor
than 4,000 prisoners, and wore com
pletely defeated. Yesterday morning, a
tho extremity of Veny Arrondisement
twenty-eight killometers from tho forti
fications of Verdun, tho enemy had bee
seeu directing his retreat to tho Su uti:
Signed by tho Prefect of Verdun.
Though transmitted by authority, th
Government has not beon able to verif
it, and it is givou to tho publie undo
reserve by tho Minister of tho Interioi
The Bishop of Luxemburg and soverc
clergymen have gone to Metz to com foi
Amt-rU-mi A frai ru.
NEW YORK, August 15.-A special t
tho Herald from Loudon says: "Advice
from Forbach, say the French, rctrca
ing to the Wost side of tho Mozelh
wore attacked by General Stoinmet:
Tho army of tho French were throw
iuto great confusion and, after a gallai
stand, wero routed with groat sloughtor.
A despatch from Carlsruhe says tl
Prussians occupy Mulhouse and Besai
con, aud over 100,000 of tho Landwel
aro crossing tho frontier.
CHARLESTON, August 16.-Arrived
steamer Manhattan, New York; br
Lewis Clark, Baltimore; brig F. H. Je
1 nings, Boston.
KEY WEST, TUX., Angustie.-Gener
Ryun left Cuba August 6, and soys,
tho present time, the Cubans feel cou
dont of their speedy iudependeuce ai
early tcrmiualiou of the struggle.
ATLANTA, GA., August ?16.-In t
House, a motion to purchase tho Ope
House was tabled.
Thu State Agricultural Conventl
met to-day. The attendance was lar
from all parts of tho State. Nothing
imporluuco was transacted except t
adoption of a constitution. Tho hot'
uro crowded with delegates to the Den
eratic Convention which meets to-m<
FORTRESS MONROE, August 16-R<
Admiral S. P. Leo arrived hero this
? M. from Washington and relieved R<
j Admiral Charles IL Poor, who has rel
cd in command of the North Atlantic
licet. He was received with the custom?
ary salute from the flag ship Severn.
CINCINNATTI, August 1G.-Tho Nution
ul Labor Convention admitted Samuel
B. Gary to a seat. A motiou admitting
Jehu M. Langston, colored, was strong?
ly opposed ou the ground that Langston
did everything ho could to injure the
labor movement. Ho was finally admit?
ted-three or four ladies votiug"aye.
WASHINGTON, August 1G.-Nothing
official regurding battles.
WASHINGTON, August 16.-In the Ag?
ricultural Department, R. J. McClain,
Chief Clork, acts.
Tho steamer Powhnttau was ordered
to mako ready for se?.
Admiral Gleason was ordered to seud
au Amoricau war vessel up tho Elb and
Weser to protect American interests, but
to observe strictly the rules of their
A delegation from North Caroliua,
headed by Col. George M. Arnold, is
here to confer with leading Republicans
iu regard to thc disasters iu the State.
Tlioy will visit Kelly, of Peunsilvauin,
and Butler, of Massachusetts.
Congressional Priuter Clapp has placed
a woman at tho case. A defect iu tho
law prevents the payment of Southern
revenue officers who could not take the
irou clad oath.
I'M.-,: Wt l.\ I. ANO CU?INKRCIAL.
NEW Youie, August 16-Noon.-Flour,
corn aud wdieat dull and heavy. Pork
quiet, at 29.15. Lard quiet-barrels 16.'4
(f?.lGJ's steam. Cotton quiet and steady
middling uplauds 10'.,; sales 200 bales.
Freights dull. Stocks dull, weak and
nothing doing? Goverumeut's steady.
?B(SM higher. State stocks unchanged.
Gold opened at I6?.f, aud ii now 17.
Money 3@4, Exchauge-97,,' loug; 10;!4'
short. Bonds 12'.j.
7 P. M.-Cotton weak; sales 1,050
bales-middling uplauds lU,1^. Flour- j
State and Western heavy nml 5@>10c.
lower-superline 5.30(0:5.70; Southern
dull and declining; common to fair extra
0.<)<)(?/7.00; good to choice 7.75(7? 10.00.
Wheat heavy, unsettled and 2(tH3o.
lower-winter red and umber Western
1.40(7?1.43; red and amber Southern 1.40.
Corn heavy and l@2o. lower-new mixed
Western 85@90, closing at 87(V/8S for
prime. Pork dull aud heavy, at 20.00.
Lard quiet and steady-kettle 17J-4.
Whiskey without decided change. Gro?
ceries quiet and steady. Turpentine
firm, at 391.?. Rosin firm, at 85 strained.
Tallow quiet, at 9\(rr.9:,.i. Freights to
Liverpool dull ami lower-per steam,
wheat 5(f?51..'. Money active, at 4(7/ 0.
Sterling 9J?@10. Gold I'^lo 17'.,.
Bouds very ililli-62's 12. Southerns
generally quiet and rather strong.
BALTIMORE, August 16.-Flour dull
and steady. Wheat dull aud uuchauged.
White coru email@example.comS. Pork quiet, at
31.00. Lard dull', at 17}4(&V7%. Bacon
weak and uuchauged. Whiskey brisk,
GALVESTON, August 16.-Cottou dull
aud prices nominal-good ordinary 15;
net receipts 5 bales; stock 5,005.
CINCINNATI, August 10.-Flour dull
nud unchanged. Corn dull, at 75@80.
Whiskey 93@94. Provisions nominal.
Pork 29.00; shoulders ll1..'; clear sides
17 3.1. Lard 10.
ST. Lons, August 16.-Hemp and bag?
ging unchanged. Flour heavy. Corn
dull-mixed aud yellow 72(a 75. Whis?
key 75. Provisions heavy. Pork 30.00
(?30.50. Shoulders U@UJ>?; clear
sides 18 j.j.
LOUISVILLE, August 16.-Bagging ac?
tive. Hemp and flax 2W30. Flour
quiet. Coru dull, at 1.05. Pork 30.00.
Shoulders 14Ji; sides 17. Lard 17Li.
NEW ORLEANS, August 16.-Corn dull
aud droopiug-mixed 95; white and yel?
low 1.020<;1.02LL Oats dull and droop?
iug, St. Louis, 52@55. Pork dull and
lower, at 31.25. Lird quiot-tierce
>l"?.?> k?? 19. Others unchanged.
Gold ?6j?@16??. Cottou inactive and
nominal-middliugs 17".<; sales 100 bales;
MOIHLE, August IC.-Cottou dull
middlings Y!}^(tiAl\?\ net receipts 33
bales; stock 9,385.
SAVANNAH, August 16.-Cotton iu fair
demand-low middlings 17; sales 9 bales;
uet receipts 38; stock 1,829.
AUGUSTA, August 16.-Cotton firm
with fair demand-sales 200 bales; re?
ceipts 131; middliugs 17. One bale of ]
new ;cottou-weighing 580 pounds and
classed middling was received to-doy
the first of the season.
CHARLESTON, August 16.-Cotton dull
and easier-middling 17; sales 100 bales;
net receipts 253; stock 1,817.
LONDON, August 15-Noon.-Consols
9114' Bonds firmer and higher-ST'.j.
LIVERPOOL, August 16-Noon.-Cot?
ton opens steady-uplands 8su(//,83., ; Or?
leans .S7HC</9. Bombay shipments to
tho 15th, 15,000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, August 16-Evening.
Cotton olosed Orin-uplands HV^S1.! ;
Orleaus 8%@9; sales 12.000 bales; spe?
culation ami export 3,000; Winter wheat
VICE-PRESIDENT.-We aro told that
wdieu some one intimated to Gov. Hol?
den, a few days ago, that if tho Democrats
elected a two-thirds majority in the Ge?
neral Assembly, ho might expect to bo
impeached, bc replied: "Well, thou,
they would mako me vice-President of
the United States."-Haleigh Sentinel.
Rev. W. A. Calybaus, pastor of the
German Lutheran Church at Liverpool,
New York, who has been some time in?
temperate and addicted to opium-eating,
died lust week from an over-dose.
"Bob, is your sistor at home?" "Yes;
but she won't seo you to-night. " "Why ?"
"Because sho said she was going to have
one moro mess of onions, if oho never
got another beau."
Among tho Cheviot hills of Scotland
they boast of sheep whoso wool will mea?
sure eleven aud a half inches.
Ex-Governor Walker, of Florida, in n
recent lotter, .says: "Having stolen no?
thing, 1 am very poor."
Mr.. EDITOR: Was it o wag, who had
not his face washed for a week, who in?
serted tho paragraph iu Sunday's PHCB
NIX, relativo to Germans being drunk
on Inger; or was it a mau who despises
lager, because he loves old Bourbon
whiskey better? Atony rate, it has been a
wonder to the writer, that Americuu
journals have, with few exceptions, taken
sides with tho French in the ingoing
struggle. What does this mean? Do
thoy feel moro sympathy forthat powor,
because it is on the brink of rniu? Or
do they hopo that the God of Battles
may turn the scales of victory and let
the "Datch" bo beaten?
We, at uny rate, should kuow that tho
Gorman element in the United States is
a respectable class, and as such claims
respectable treatment. Many may aud
certainly do laugh, if they hear a "sot,"
bedizzeued with "old rye," makiug fuu
aud splurging his jokes about lager,
saur kraut aud Limburger choese, and
about all tho Dutch, aud bringing up
eulogies for the Frenoh, whom said "be?
dizzeued" individual does not know uor
cares to know, aud of whom ho only
kuows that thoy make fino kid gloves,
eat frogs aud drink sometimes cham
pague. Tho samo bedizzened individual
would champion any race us soon, if one
of them would treat him to a glass of
I Bourbon, uomatterhow meau; and really
wo believe, if the Dutch would prefer
"Bourbon" to lager, this wag would not
be so bitter. Poor fellow, he does not
kuow that the real Dutch drink lager
very sparingly, but apply themselves to
better occupations, as may be seeu al?
ready by the results achieved in this
war. German intelligence, prowess and
valor hus repelled thc aggressions of tho
most powerful nation of tho European
continent. German science has shown
itself to bo the most superior in tho
world, iu warfare as well as iu peaceful
pursuits. This is au established fact,
and with this, Mr. Editor, the Germnus
wdio live peacefully here iu foroigu lauds,
aud who are satisfied that iu their ob?
scure stations, they do as much for the
general good as any good citizen eau;
they do not desire to have their natiou
made synonym wdth lager, saur kraut
and pretzel. Mr. Rauchinella may do it,
and we laugh; but a decent journal, like
yours, should say something for the
Dutch sometimes; not always talk for
old Bourbon aud tho frog. Have uot
thc Germans in the South, asmen, taken
up tho musket in tho late war? Have
they uot, as men, set their lives, goods
and property at play for our lost cause?
Why, theu, now turu tho table and be
laugh the good pluck of their couutry
rneu and play with their feelings? We
have no sensitiveness so fine as not to
bc able to understand a good joke, but
if such jokes-and bad ones come un?
merited-day by day, then we must cau?
tion auv one,
"STOP YOUR FIDDLES!"
INVESTMENTS IN CONFEDERATE BONDS.
Thc Raleigh (N. C.) Standard says:
We leam that the decision, of Chief
Justice Chase in a case lately depending
before him (Head and others r.s. Tolly,
administrator,) touching investments
made by administrators, guardiaus, etc.,
iu bonds of the late Confederate States,
was that where an administrator pur?
chased such securities directly from the
insurgent government, though one of
its officers, with thc funds of his bene?
ficiary, he must be held responsible for
the amount so invested. Such a trans?
action, directly furnishing money to the
insurgents to carry on tho war agaiust
the United States, could not be recog?
nized by the courts of the United States.
Tho Chief Justice intimated no opi?
nion as to what would be the law in case
a person acliug iu a fiduciary capacity
invested trust funds bona fide iu Con?
federate securities, purchased, not from
the Confederate Government, but in
open market, without auy intent to aid
Wo make this explanation because tho
simple aunounccment of thc decision of
Chief Justice Chase, iu tho case of Head
vs. Tally, administrator, might causo the
souls of administrators, etc., actiug as
such during the late war, to quako with
Congressman Butler, of Tennessee,
bas some hard charges to answer: first,
forgery, by which he absorbed other
people's pensions; second, robbing the
mails, by which tho pensioners received
uo satisfaction from tho department as
to why their pensions were not paid,
and third, perjury, iu taking the iron?
clad oath to practice before the Court of
Claims, when, at a subsequent date, au
Act removing disabilities, was found ne?
cessary iu his case, beforo he could tako
his seat. Mr. Butler is ono of thc most
reliable Republicans in the House.
A HINT FOR NEW ORLEANS.-A letter
from Foochow, says they are exhibiting
a Chiuese criminal in n wooden cage,
where he will stand until death. He is
about twenty years of oge. His crimo is
kidnapping cbildreu. Ho stands in the
cage with his head through a hole in the
top, his toes bandy touching tho floor
Thc records of thc French War Of
fice show that during the first half of the
eighteenth century, ending fivo year
after the day of Fontenoy, -100,000 Irish
men tlied in tho French service, aud that
during the last half of the century, l?O,
u?l) Irishmen fell in battle nuder th
banuers of Franco.
The Northern journals, which uro gc
nerally in sympathy with Prussia, sa\
tho fall of tho Napoleonic dynasty wi
j be ono of thc results of the war, and
tho moro enthusiastic of them declare
' that Prussia will now have thu making
of the map of Europe.
A negro and his wife have died within
a iew weeks of each other, nt Thomas
ton, Georgia, aged 1"! and lu;) years.
Tho Fort Smith (Ark.) Herald, says:
"If all tho facts were known, and the
time approaches when they will bo, wo
would not bo at all surprised to know
that ono Mr. Pemberton had about as
much to do with tho campaign and cap?
ture of Vicksburg, as any other man; and
that the main planning for its capturo
was done by, through, nr.d with him;
aud if tho officers, who had tho paroles
for Vicksburg prisoners printed weeks
before tho capture, and the dato, July 4,
1863, printed in them, could bo heard
from, it would bo very likely to bo made
to appear that Mr. Pomberton's planning
and Federal gold had moro to do with
the final rosult of that campaign than all
of Mr. Graut's planning, or tho planning
of the other General referred to. How?
ever, time and tho future will reveal all
this. Perfidy of any enormity never did
and never will lio coucenlod forever.
Murder will out, and though slow, jus?
tice is very sure."
Terrapin Tower, the old lookout at
Niagara, is partly undermined and must
soon go over the falls.
Tm-: atteulionof tho reader is respectfully
Invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield A
Co., iu another euluma. They are uudoubt
e?ly Belhus tho boat rorncdics out for tho
diseases thoy aro recommendod for. BnAD
FiEi.n's FEMALE REOCLATOII and Dr. PBOruiTT's
Ccr.Enn.VTKn LIVER MEDICINE, hau certainly
cured more aftlictcd pcraouu than any two
mcilicinea ot* their ago. Try them and ho
well, na theao gentlemen guarauteo satisfac
tiou or money refunded. A 7
WHEN the blood bocouios impoverished by
improper digestion, or thero ia not sufficient
food taken into the stomach to meet tho re
(piiremcnts of the syateru, the ukin becomes
pallia, tho lipa and tonguoturn almost white,
and the face assumes a wax-liko appearance.
Thia is a aure sign that thc stream of lite
needs enriching, that thc blood ia impover?
ished. How ia this poverty of tho blood, of |
which emaciation, debility and nervous
luxation are tho ordinary symptoms, to be
remedied? The only way would bo to invigo?
rate the stomach with LUTMAN'S QliEAT GEU?
SAS UtTTEKS, and it will reinforce tho blood
with nutritious particles. A 7
A I3E.VI;TIECL TUOCOUT.-It may be truth?
fully aaid that the greatest of all blessings ia
health, for without it the joya vouchsafed are
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
for life's enjoyment and pursuits, to thc
young and old, to the rich and poor. Aro you
In search of wealth? Health is necessary.
Do you desire office and worldly honors?
I Of what avail would theso bo without health?
The beauties of spring, tho song of hirds, the
deep bluo sky, the rolling ocean, all have a
puctic fascination which charms only the
healthy in mind ami body; hut to tho sick
what are these but mockeries. The body dis
cased, tho mind sickly o'er with tho saddest
ol' thoughts. Ohl that I may live to appre?
ciate thc blessings of health. This rich boon
ia within tho reach of all. Thc remedy at hand
in UEIMTOH'SQUEEN'S DEUOUT.tUC health pa?
nacea. Now ia the time to try it. A 2
The friends and acquaintances of Dr. and
Mrs. SAMUEL FAIR are invited to attend the
fuueral of tho former, at tho Presbyterian
Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
THE SEASON OF EXHAUSTION_Tho
close sultry weather which usually prevails
toward thc end of summer is particularly un?
favorable to thc feeble aud enervated. Even
the well-knit frames of strong men feel tho in
dnc-ncc ot tho season, aud lr.ssitudo and
languor pervade thc whole community.
Ladies, especially those in delicate health,
suffer much from debility, occasioned by the
humid heat, and feel the want of a whole?
some iavigorant. In fact, a necessity for
something to recruit thc exhausted system ia
experienced, more or h ss, hy everybody, and
the only question is, what that something wilt
be. With those who have tested tho effect of
HOSTETTERS STOMACH BITTERS on
themselves, or haye observed its effects on
others, this question will not be in doubt for
a single moment. Its tonic and regulating
operation, and its agency in creating a
healthy appetite and promoting digestion, are
rightly classed by all who have resorted to
thia unequalled vegetable iuvigoraut and
corrective, among the moat extraordinary
therapeutic wonders of modern times. It
should bo taken At this season aa a safeguard
against the epidemic diseases which are so
apt to attack tno relaxed system in the tall of
As it ia umlorstood that mercenary specula?
tors in various parts of tho country are en?
deavoring to fluporscdo tho standard tonic of
the age with worthless articles manufactured
hy themselves, which they represent to bo
superior to this long tried remedy, it is proper
to put the public on their guard against this
species of imposition, and to warn them
against the deloterioua trash with which dis?
honorable dealore seek to drench them.
Columbia Chapter No. 5. R.A. M.
AN adjourned Convocation will ho
held Til IS EVENING, at Masonic Hall,
at rt o'olock.
Rv order of tho II. P.
17 1 " F. A. ?ltCY, Secretary,
Nsw Family Flour.
-f pr /\ DDLS. New and Choice Fanni v
IOU FLOUR for sale low by
1 BUSHELS Primo Heavy OATS
l.UuU for salo low hy
Aug 10_EDWARD H_OPI-L
Creme De La Crome.
100 FLOU***8 VCry 8Ul,crior *'AalILY
?I'M barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low by _ EDWARD HOPE.
4 LL persons aro hereby warned against
/\_ TRESPASSING on the lands adjacent t<>
the Columbia Canal, especially that portion
between the Canal and broad hiver, above
Upper street, and all persons found interfe?
ring with the timber on thu hinda along eaid
Canal will bo regarded as trespassers, ana
vigorously prosecuted. "...,,,. T
Aug 13 fl S.A.PEAhCE. Jn._
Cottou Gins aud Condensers.
THESE OINS, so well known throughout
thc South, need no comment. Ii? stylo of
workmanship, and tor efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the same amount ot
power, is unequaled.
TOZER ? Mc DOUOALL, Agents,
Angus) 2 Columbia.H. ('.
ITN'NA IT K ALLY Red Noses, Itcherous
j Eruptions, unsightly Disquaraations,
Erysipelas, Barbers' Itch, Sun Burn, Tan,
Titter, and all disagreeable forms of Skin dia
?asci effectua Hy cured by " HEINI I'S H'S
Cltl MSK N' TE V PER WAH H." For ?nh? by
E. IL HEINITSU, Druggist and Chemist.
Aug 'J !
Ic th>: only eerie* prepared by eminent Southern
educators, mid I h cy arc Hie only books which are
u ithQvt offense to the feelings mid thonghts of the
Southern' people. While entirely uuscct ional and
non-partisan, ihev are specially adapted to thc wanta
of Southern learners and parente, and are received
with enthusiastic favor everywhere.
Th? rcnnoniy and convenience of a uniform series
of 'IVxl-Uooki* Doing now well understood, and tho
l'."?ivKitsiTv SERIES heine the only ?eries which In
authorship, contents, ami pinn, is entirely acceptable
to the Southern people, it is rapidly becoming tho
Uniform Serios throughout tho South,
ami teacher* will lind it greatly to their advantage to
give thu volumes enrly examination. Their exclusive
Ree hy their children is being demandtd by Parents
everywhere, and desired by the best Teachers.
They ure the frtsheet and best booka now pub?
lished ; pnu:tlcal,proyret*ice, and ii]> with the ttmee.
They are beautifully UtustruUtl, ftui)d.-<omtly print
ni. and ftroii'/ly Sound.
Tilt: '. University Series" comprises :
Holme')' Beaders, Speller, Grammars. 12 vols.
Vonablo's Series of Mathematics. 9 vole
Maury's Serio9 of Geographies and Astronomy.
Do Vere's French Scries. 4 vols.
Gildersloove's Latin Series. 3 vols.
Le Conte's Scientific 8eries. 3 vols.
Holmes' History of the United States.
Johnston's English Classics.
Carter's Elements of General History.
Crosby's Bible Manual, &c, dc.
Stud Tor Circulars giving full particulars and
iescrintions, which we shall tic ylad lo mall to
We shall be gratified lo receive communications,
catnloirues. circulars, &c, fromTeacher* and
Scheel Ol?iccrs everywhere.
Z'ricet lot- rt nef 'Terms lib?r?t.
UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING CO.,
Or Bond St., New York.
_ Ang 17 _wT-l
MA NEAT COTTAGE, in tho central
part of tho city, with ten rooms-live in
basement and live up-stairs-and uc
! ccssary out-buildings. Possession can he
lind oii the first oi October. Inquire at this
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intend hereafter to keep onlv a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTALL?SHMENT,
I will soil out, at and below coat, my ENTIRE
STOCK of Pistols. Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouehee, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fino lot of FANS, solliiip verv low.
June 1 Columbia Hotel Row.
The Georgia Gin.
THE most universally und doservedly popu?
lar GIN iu use. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and .hose who buy it, aro alwaya
pleased with it. lt claims no needles, no con?
densers, no steel brush, but simply to bo thc
best Gin in use, everything considered.
Prices moderuto; quality alwnvs guaranteed.
July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
" 'THUINE ! PH UINE ! !"
A UK AD OF ALL COMPETITION.
AS tar as heard from, thia now and extra?
ordinary Fertilizing COMPOUND ia in
advance of all others, and has, so far, defied
competition. In tho great race of growth and
production, it etauds at thc head of tho list.
For salo by E. H. HEINITSn,
July 22 t Druggist and Chemist.
"BY REESE & THOMPSON.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
tho citizens of Columbia and vicinity that
they have opened a SHAVING SALOON, on
Plain street, opposito Dr. Fair's, whero they
guarantee satisfaction in every respect.
Joly 20_JAMES THOMPSON.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
having returned to Carolina, will prac?
tice Law in Richland, Edgeiiehl, Lexington
and Barnwell, Will give prompt attontion to
all Law business entrusted to his care, and
will ncgotinto sales ol' Real Estate on com?
mission. Oifico No. 2, Law Range, Columbia,
S. C. July 27 Imo
tt^Edi?ofield Advertiser copy one month.
Magic Chafing Powder.
Tile Nurse's Friend.
FOR tho instant euro of CHAFING ANO
SCALDING of Childreu and Adults.
A certain relief for RURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of thc Skin, Galls, Intlaminatious,
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Diseases. For
salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July Sf _ Druggist.
Old Java Coffee.
S)r\ MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
4?ml\.f for salo at reduced pri?es. E. HOPE
Just Received at Exchange House,
ASMALL lot of tho finest imported CI?
GARS, of various brands. Also, genu?
ine Michigan Fine Cut, Ragloy's Mavllowor.
Au?3_ _T A Y SING E11 A FRANKLIN.
For Sale Very Low,
M A COMFORTABLE HOUSE, containing
|?? seven rooms, with one-quarter nero of
? MM lot attached; if preferred, a one-half
acre. There is a good Kitchen with two
rooms, anda splendid weil of water on the
Two onn-quarter acre LOTS. Possession
given immediately. Terms low and liberal.
Iuqniro at this oiticc._Aug ll jfl*
Pepsin rgid Bismuth,
Pepsin St rye li ami Bismuth,
Pepsin raiicreatino and Ria
Park and Pyrophos Iron,
Cinch?n lion and Strychnin,
Vitium Homatoxvlon Decenal,
At E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
Sapolio! Sap olio!!
rnilK brightest and beat. Cheaper and
_L hotter than any other Poliah for Tin,
Rr.iss, Steel, Iron, Glass, Wood, and nil other
metallic surfaces. For sale bv
July s t _ R. H. flEIXITSH, Prudish
THE BROOKS REVOLVING
Cotton Screw Press
Has rtood thc 'les! three years and look
FIRST PREMIUM hist year at NewOrleahs,
Memphis and in Mississippi. Send for
ch color to W.H. IIENERY, Chanet ton; GOLD?
SMITH .v KIND, Columbia; or
P. A. CONNOR,
Aug I lin" General Agent, Cofcesbury.
rZt\ CASKS TABLE CLARET, for sale low,
0\I lorca-h. bv r,::o. Y M Mi". LS.
Everybody, go to Pollock's!