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TIUESTE, October 26.-Tba Govern?
ment has Bent fi frigate to Marseilles to
protect the interests of Austrian subjects.
LONDON, October 26.-No tidings of
tho missing boats of the Cambria, lt is
now thought they went down with the
Books for subscription to the now
French loan were opened in seventy out
of eighty-nine departments of France,
nineteen being occupied by the Germans.
Shaw Lofevre, a member of Parlia?
ment, made a speech lost evening to his
constituents of Beading. He said since
the proclamation of the French Bepub
lio, Prussia, by resisting, hail become
the aggressors. England's sympathies
were originally with Prussia, but are
now transferred to tho French. Leaving
the subject of war, be rejoices in tho de?
parture from the rule of marrying Eng?
lish Princesses exclusively to German
Sir Francis Head writes to the Times
to-day, deprecating the protest of Eng?
land against the annexation of Alsace
and Lorraino to Germany, seeing Eng?
land' baft captured and annexed more
millions of men than all Europe togethor.
The Prussians again announce that fire
will be opened on Paris on the 29th inst.
1,000 stoves have been ordered for tho
hats of the Prussians besieging Metz.
Gen. Oambriel claims a victory for the
French at Ohatellon le Doc.
Belgium is again sending troops to the
In the combat at Airy, on tho Q2d, the
Germans lost about 100, killed and
wounded. The French loss was serious.
BimtlN, October 26.-Jacoby and ?even
other political prisoners have been re?
IiOHDOk, October 27.-Prince Napo?
leon' publishes a letter contradicting the
charges of the Daily News, of his dis?
loyalty to the Emperor and Empress, and
denies having seen either Bourbaki or
Boyer, who carno from Bazaine to see
the Empress. The Prince repeated,
personally,- to'the Empress, expressions
of bis devotion and fidelity.
Tbe Mayor of Verdun indignantly re?
fuses to surrender, and challenges the
Prussians to come and take the town.
The military situation on the Loire is
unchanged. The garrison at Metz shows
an increased activity. Tho Prussians
were compelled to destroy the bridge at
Ares-Sur-Mozelle as a precautionary
measure. ' The garrison makes damaging
sortie? at every opening. They also
opened with artillery from right bank of
tho Mozelle, destroying the little villages
which* sheltered the Prussiaus. No
doubt the French Government will soon
be compelled to leave Tours. Arrange?
ments are progressing to transfer the
Government headquarters to Clormont.
The Prussiaus aro persevering in the
starvation policy at Paris and Metz. Fu?
gitives from those cilios are turned back.
The English Ministry were without a
reply from Prussia at noon to-day. Tho
Ministry accepts the delay as indispo?
sition on the part of Prussia to an ar?
Touns, October 27.-It is announced
that the Prussians have at last granted
Thiers safe conduct to Versailles, but no
further. Thiers declines to accept, as
he must consult with the Puris authori?
ties. No important military momemeots
announced. The woatber continues
stormy and otherwise unfavorable to
military movements. A large portion of
the army of tho Duke of Mecklenburg
Schwerin is moving rapidly towards
Paris, abandoning St. Quinen and also
the movement on Amens. The siege i
of Laferte has also been raised.
TOURS, Ootober 27.-It is asserted that
the Prussians withhold a safe conduct
from Thiers from fear of having tho Pa?
risians learn the true feeling throughout
France. From all parts of the country
comes hopes that tho Government will
accept no humiliating terms. The jour?
nals of this city aro unanimous that tho
only hope for fair terms lies in an indefi?
nite prosecution of the war. Tho Prus?
sian movement East bas been stopped.
Tho march upon Lyons has been check?
ed by Garibaldi's victories. Garibaldi
has been activo, and has taken many pri?
soners and cannon. He has accomplish?
ed the object for which he went forth.
Parties who furnish the enemy will?
ingly, or for hope of profit, will be
court-martialed as traitors. Mayors
most defend overy town. Those failing
will be dismissed, and the towns be offi?
cially denounced. The inhabitants of
the Departments of Jura and Vosges pe?
tition against peace involving a cossion
Tho Moniteur announces that letters
for Paris may bo sent to tho Prefecture
of Tours, as it is determined to break
Prussian movements in Vosges and
Normandy aro checked by rain, wind
It is noticed that Prussian inhumanity
bas increased with their difficulties.
They destroy farming utensils, looms
and factories, tear down dwellings, kill
horses and cattle, and destroy food that
they cannot eat.
Franc-tireurs aro taking advantage of
the bad weather and inflicting heavy
Keratry orders tho Mobiles in Britainy
to concentrate at Mans. Keratry will
organize them himself for ofl'ensivo war.
Many regular troops will be incorporated
in this army. Keratry's proclamation
promises the Mobiles tho bost weapons j
with proportionate cannon and mitrail?
leuses. Wagons aro going through the
streets eollecting provisions for tho
Chateau Dun sufferers.
TOURS, October 27.-A you?g officer
has arri red from Metz with despatches
for the Government. Ho eluded the
Prussians by an effective disguise. He
confirms tho accounts lately published
of the successful sorties of Bazaine, and
says the city and garrison are well pro?
visioned, and are able to bold out indefi?
Information from Orleans .state that
all shops^?o close, the streets dosortod,
and tbo women almost universally ap?
pear ?n.-JArtf?fl-j?nhr P^tssifan ofSoers in?
effectively attempt to dispel the gloom.
At Marseilles affairs are more orderly.
Journals formerly suppressed have been
allowed to reappear by Gambetta. The
ci vio guard are less unruly.
LONDO??, October 27.-Tho stern of
the Cambria drifted ashore at Islay, Scot?
land. MoQatlan, as far as known, is tho
It is reported that Prussia, England
and Italy concur in Aosta's candidature
for the French throne. It is also re?
ported, on the best authority, that
French cruisers burned two German
.ships receutly. Overwege Sc Co., of
Shanghai, havo failed. They were in?
terested in thc American trade.
A bark adrift from Quebeo reports a
BERLIN, October 27.-King William
telegraphs to .the Queen to-day, as fol?
.'Thia morning Bazaine capitulated
with 150,000 prisoners, including 20,000
sick an tl wounded. The army and gar?
rison laid down their arms this after?
noon. This is ono of the most impor?
tant events of tho war. Let Providence
CHARLESTON, October 27.-Arrived
steamship Hercules, Philadelpha; John
Sidney, New York; schooner Mary
Tyler, New York.
CHARLESTON, October 27.-Great pre?
parations have been made for tho Fair
oi tho Sonth Carolina institute, wbioh
opens next Tuesday. Immense build?
ings have been erectod. It is expected
to bo the largest attendance over wit?
The official count of the votes cast at
the State election began Tuesday, nnd
proceeds slowly. Results so far confirm
RICHMOND, Ootober 27.-Ex-Mayor
Chahood has been convicted of forgery
and sentenced to fonr years imprison?
ment in tho Penitentiary, diahann's
counsel will ask for a now trial.
WASHINGTON, October 27.-A circular
from'the Revenue Department directs
Assessors to demand from liquor dealers
statements of their stock of brandy,
wine, rum, whiskey, high wines, alco?
hols and fruit brandies on hand, outside
of bonded warehouses. Imported and
domestic liquors muht be separated.
Statements aro required on tho 15th of
WASHINGTON, October 27.-Tho Secre?
tary of War orders troops from Georgia
and North Carolina to South Carolina in
the Districts reported turbulent by Gov.
Customs for the week ending October
22, over 33,000,000.
NEW YORK, Ootober 27.-The World's
special, dated London, says tho English
Ministry aro annoyed by the guarded
but absolute refusal of Russia to co-ope?
rate for pence. Tho Chancellor of tho
Russian Cabinet has been at Brussels
aud Tours, and is expeoted at London.
It is inferred that Russia contemplates
isolating England from both Franco and
Germany on tho Eastern question. Steps
taken by the English Government is felt
to have resulted only in mortification for
thc Gladstone Ministry, showing tho
weakness of English infiuenco in conti?
nental affairs, without contributing to a
SALT LAKE CITY, October 27.-Large
amounts of oro have been shipped East
and West. Numbers of strangers are
visiting and examining the mines.
Bagging, Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties'
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for salo low, by J. & T. It. AGNEW.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
Roots and Shoes.
\ FEW moro left, and will bo disposed of I
J\. at cost prices, at J. SULZBAOHER'S.
-If? f\f~\r\ YARDS heavv and medium
10.VJV_/U COTTON BAGGING, for
eah^by_ _E. HOPE.
California Seed Oats.
KAA BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
?JVJU SEED OATS, for sale by
FT. f\f\ LDS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
?JV7v/ on baud andior sale low at wholesale
and retail. _ JUT. R. AGNEW.
IA AHA LBS. superior IRON
W.UvJU TIES, for sale low bv
Sept t) E. HORE.
T??AT gcntlonian, to whom I loaned J.
Bahlmaun's pen-drawing (Group of Pi?
geons ) will please return it, as he desires to
exhibit it at tho Fair, with other selections.
_Oct27_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS ANO COUPONS, MUTILATED
CTRRENCY, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac.
bought and sold by D. (?AMBRILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VT Bye WHISKEYS "the purest and best in
market." Also, a full stock or RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grados, always on hand
and for salo by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FIRST IN MARKET.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-I/"V BARRELS just to hand. For sale low
LVJ by GEORGE SYMMERS.
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a emaU dis?
count at THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23_A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
ALL persons indebted to tho Uto Dr.
SAMUEL FAIR, of Columbia, deceased,
are hereby notified to make immediate pay
mont; and thoso holding claims against bli
estate, will present the same, properly attest?
ed, to me. MARY D. FAIR.
Oct 21,+lS Executrix.
CTN AHOI Afr AW** ,CQJOf 9jB.OtA L.
OOIITTMDIA, October 28.-Sal A* cotton
yesterday 181 bales-middling 14@14>?.
NEW YORK, October 27-Noon.-?
Floor firm. Wheat and oom dull. Pork
heavy, at 25.87>?@26.00. Lard quiet.
Cotton doll and lower-uplands 16%;
Orleans 17^; sales 1.300 hal**?. Tur?
pentine quiet. Rosin dull. Freights
firm. Stocks heavy. Gold 11%(; 12.
Money 6?7. Sterling-long short
9%. G2's 12%.
7 T. M.-Cotton dull, lower and un?
settled-sales 1,800 bales; uplands 16%.
Flour-State and Western less active but
firm; superfino firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern
stonily-common to fair extra email@example.com;
good to choice firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat heavy
and lowor-winter red and amber West?
ern email@example.comG. Corn scarce and better
-mixed Western 79@81. Beof dull
mess 10@15; extra 15@18. Pork dull
and heavy, nt 25.87@2G.00. Lard dull
-steam 14@16i?; kettle 1G>.<@J63?.
Whiskey lower, at 89??@90??. Groce?
ries quiet and firm. Freights active and
firmer-flour, sail, 2@G; wheat, steam,
10; snil, \%. Money G@7. Sterling
quiet and firm, at 9*?@9?4. Southerns
BALTIMORE, October 27.-Flour quiet
and Arm. Corn dull and unsettled.
Pork firm, at 27.00. Bacon very firm
but scarce-shoulders 15. Whiskey dull,
at 90. Wheat dull nod lower-Maryland
amber 2.65@.2.75. Sales of cotton 100
bales; receipts 110; Btock 3,885.
CINCINNATI, October 27.-Flour quiet
aud unchanged. Corn iirm-new 55;
old GO. Provisions dull and unchanged.
Whiskey dull and lower, at 83?84.
LOUISVILLE, October 27.-Bagging
quiet. Hemp 28. Flax 29. Flour firm
-extra family 5.50. Corn 75. Pork
26.50. Shoulders 14 ??; Hams 25. Lard
I6V4. Whiskey 85@86.
GALVESTON, October 27.-Sales of
cotton to day 1C0 bales; receipts 293;
NEW ORLEANS, October 27.-Cotton
dull and lower-middlings 15??@153?;
sales 2,100; receipts 2,02S; stock G2.587.
MOBILE, October 27.-Sales of cotton
to-day 1,000 bales; receipts 1,718; stock
SAVANNAH, October 27.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 000 bales; net receipts 4,351;
CHARLESTON, October 27.-Cotton
easier-middlings 15(o.l5?a; sales 400
bales; receipts 1,727; exports 1,934;
LONDON, October 27-Evening.-Con?
sols 92>?. Bonds 89.
LIVERPOOL, October 27-Xoon.-Cot?
ton quiet and steady-uplands S7?(V< 9;
LIVERPOOL, October 27-Evening.
Cotton-uplands closed at S;'.^ S7,;; Or?
leans SJ,j ; sales 8,000 halos.
HEINITSH'S RINA CHILL CURE. New
remedy] Now principle! No poison! A
now discovery and a sovereign specific. For
Ibo euro of "Intermittent Fever, Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb A?uu, Periodical
Headache or Bilious Headache and Bilious
Fevers; ami all Diseases originating in
Biliary Derangement or Livor Disorder,
caused by Impurity of Blood and Malaria of
We have used the Kins Chill Cure, and pro?
nounce it a sure remedy.
T. J. HARPER,
J. C. SEEGERS,
R. B, LOVE.
Call and get a Circular, at
Oct 281_HEINITSH'S Drug Flor.".
To Invalids-Beef, Extract Meat.
LIEBIG'S GENUINE EXTRACT OF MEAT
of perfect ilavor and purity.
I'ersous suffering from weak digestion, in?
valids requiring strengthening diet, aged per?
sons, children, infants after being weaned,
and ladies after confinement, will hud this ex?
tract, properly prepared, highly beneficial.
Delicious Soup made of it at 2 cents a pint.
Beef Tea at 3 cents a pint.
Gruel of Sago, Rice. Tapioca, at little cost.
Just received, another lot of Sea Mose Fa?
Pungent Mustard, for tho table,
Pure Ground Black Pepper. For sale at
Oct 28 t HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inlorm thc public that 1 am ready
to supply any aud all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound by tho retail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will be made. The Ice
can be obtained at cither tho upper or lower
store. J. C. SEEGERS
IS hereby given to n'l whom it may concern,
that I have duly appointed and em pow
ered FREDERICK J. BROWN my Agent and
Attorney, and in my name to transact all
business and conduct all settlements of thc
estate of JAMES BROWN, late of Richland,
deceased. SELINA BROWN,
Qualified Executrix of Estate of James
Brown, deceased. Oct Ot RI
Sap olio! Sapo ho!!
THE brightest and best. Cheaper and
hotter than any other Polish for Tin,
Brass, Stool, Iron, Glass, Wood, and all othei
metallic surfaces. For sale bv
July 8 t E. II. HEINITSH, Drngcist.
Sea Moss Farina.
A DELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
J\. Moss, highly nutricious, and nf exquisite
llavor. A desirablo article, and staple addi?
tion to thc household bill of faro.
For sale at HEINITSH'S
Sept 22+ _Drug Store.
FEMALES .FRIEND. Tho host medicino
known for Female Complaints.
For salo at HEINITSH'S
Sept '22t _I^riLP_HA?-re
ORCHARD GRASS SEED, Herd's Grass
Seed, Rod Clover Seod, Whito Clover
Seed, for sale at HEINITSH'S
Oct 7 t_Drug Store.
Watches and Jewelry Bepaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo If. _WILLIAM GLAZE.
Creme Be La Creme.
1 AA BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low b-? EDWARD HOPE.
r%r\/\ LBS. choice SMOKED BEEF, for
O V/V./ salo bv EDWARD HOPE
I Clothing, i H ? ,
fT\0 ault all. at rcaaonablA price?, at
JL Pot 23 ' _J.B?LZBACHER'S.
A Desirable Store to Bent.
THE STORE ROOM, now oooapied by
MoBBre. L?rick A Lowrance aa a hardware
and grocery establishment, is now offered for
rent. Thia is a very desirable stand, Bituatod
on Main street in the midst oi business, oppo
site tho PHCENIX offlcc. Inquire of
E. H. HEINITSH,
Oct 25 At the Drug Store.
: 250 SAW :
: 245 SAW :
210 SAW GINS, warranted in :
: quality second to nono on tho :
: continent, just received and for :
: sale VEU? i.ow. :
: Oct ?J L?RICK A LOWRANCE. :
THE CITIZENS* SAVINGS RANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all the pro?
minent placet* in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and the Oriont,
and will furnish drafts at Now York rates.
Oct 23_A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
IHAVE ju?t received mv FALL and WIN?
TER Bupply of CLOTHING, HATS AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. My stock
embraces overvthing usually found in a large
first clasa establishment, and 1 invite tho pub?
lic to call and examine it, feeling satisfied that
I can give satisfaction.
-?Jr111 3mo*_W. J. HOKE.
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 aud 3,
SALMON, No. 1,
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-curod Hams,
" " Bacon Strips.
For sale by GEO. SIMMERS.
Call early and often. Oct 21
THE Memories of Fifty Years, containing
notices and anecdotes of distinguished
Americana and remarkable men, Ac, bv W.
H. Su arl; H. Price $2.50.
Tent Life in Siberia and Adventures in
Kamtchatka and Northern Asia, by Kennan,
with a map. 11.50.
Ginger Snaps, by Fanny Fern. $1.50.
Old Songs aud New, by the authoress of
Paris in December, 1851; or, Coup d'Etat of
Napoleon III, by Terr ;t, from the thirteenth
French edition. S2 50.
Locke's Rationalism in Europe, in two vo?
The Life of General Nail.aniel Green.
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth.
Also, a number of new novels, hy Trollope
and other popular authors.
Also, new juvenile book? from London, new
Chromos, Paintings, Ac. For sale at
BRYAN A McCARTER'S Bookstore.
Grand Toy Emporium.
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.,
WHERE is offered the largeet and
best selected Block nf TOYS ever
brought to this market. Dealern aud
others can be accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gxy can be suited
from thin varied collection.
CANDIES of l'are Sugar manufactured
CAKES AND PIES.
A tine assortment of CANNED GOUDS just
receiving from the best manufactories.
Fresh DATES, Now Crop RA1SSIN, CITRON
and CURRANTS. ALMONDS, and a full line
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISCUIT!" and Trinco Albert
CRACKERS, (imported articles.) pure aud of
great benclit to the sick and eonvalesent.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured and
sold at reasonable prices.
0ct2? JOHN MCKENZIE.
To the Dental Profession.
TO savo natural teeth, not to destrov, must
bo tho aim of every intelligent Dentist.
The deplorable practice of extracting all
tooth, sound or defective, which stand in the
way of a full bet, is due, in a great measure,
to tho impossibility of constructing, by means
of clumsy, block-rnbber teeth, partial cases
that can bo worn with any degree of comfort
In order to ameliorate this practice, which
cannot but bc repugnant to the botler judg?
ment of ever}' conscientious and enlightened
operator, tho Patentee makes the following
Ho will dispose ol' the sole right of con
structiug.dentures, according to his improved
method, foi any city, town or county, to an
experienced practitioner residing therein; or
tho light fora State, or State association;
giving also to tho purchasers thc privilege of
granting licenses to.such operators as will
faithfully carry out the design ol' the improve?
Or he will enter into an arrangement with
members of the profession, by which they can
have joiibtructoil at the Laboratory of Rey?
nolds A Reynolds, under their inspection
and according to his method, nuch cases as
the}* may desire; especially difficult, partial
cases, designed to prevent tho mutilation of
young diikjeeta, ami to enable those moro ad?
vanced in age, to retain for many years, their
remaining natural teeth, as good and useful
Opportunity will thus bo afforded Dentists
of touting tho value of this improvement,
nut il.such time as they, having become con?
vinced of its superiority, shall desire to ob?
tain tho right to uso it as proposed above.
A margin, sufficient to secure the co-opera?
tion of experienced and intelligent operators,
will bo cheerfully conceded, for the agency
they must share in bringing this method
inoro generally within reach of the public.
Their co-operation is eariiostlj- invoked, as
by the general introduction of this improve?
ment, the practico above referred to, so re?
volting to humanity and so opprobrious to tho
profession, may bo, to a great extent, sup?
lt may be well to add here, as demonstrat?
ing tho availability of this method, that out
ol' ovor 100 cases furnished hy R. A R. since
its introduction, not one Una been returned for
repair I In ono or two instances, whore, from
careless handling, when out of (he mouth, a
tooth has been broken, the accident has boon
remedied to tho great delight of thc wearer,
with only a few minutos detention. No other
System shows suoh results!
"Certificates may bo had for anything," it is
said. Wo prefer a referoucu to duplicates re?
tained in our office (li. A R.) of cases now in
daily uso, which could not havo been satis?
factorily worn, if constructed on any other
plan. Tho wearers of those Lave, in many
instances, voluntarily tendered to us the
privilege of personal reference.
The proposition to construct cases accord?
ing to mv improvement, applies only to those
who are Iioeneecs af tho Goodyear Company.
Oct 14 t WILLIAM REYNOLDS.
Furo Leaf lard.
Pif\ r/vCKauw VbBE JLEAF LARD.
t/U consisting. of Barrels, Begs ana
Boxes, on hand and for sale low by
Sept 20 J. ft T. B. AGNEW.
Hams and Bacon Strips,
I C^Ci NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
I yj\F 1.000 lbs. new Sugar-oured Broal
ist Strips, Just received ancTfor salo by
Oct? J. ft 1. R. AGNEW.
Fine Gold Watches
GF all descriptions, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for salo at
Ono door North of Messrs.
8cott ?fc Wilhams' Banking House. DeclC
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAYING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GHANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright ft Vinn, ono
of thoir now patont Brick Machines, capable
of turning out from 40,000 to 60,000 briokH per
day, aro now prepared to mako contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
store, or at tho South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company._Sept 3
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its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onoo agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving tho
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
with thc gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick?
ened, fulling hair checked, and bald?
ness often, though not always, cured
hy its usc. Nothing can restore the
hair where thc follicles ave destroyed,
or tho glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as romain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling tho hair with a pnsty sedi?
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent thc hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
nitilio sonic preparations dangerous, and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on thc hair, giviug it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS,
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\ NEW DISCOVERY ! !
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par?s no stain to the skin. Hold
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the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hai^J^Miatural color that
time or sicKtr^sniay have
bleached out of it^^?^
is for one sole purposc^Jnat o?
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hair. It is noWmtended as a
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scurf or ?rtindrurT; nor for cu?
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Thcsl objects may be accom?
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THE ViTALT^ita harmless
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Falttob'e ??Md D?sirable Tracie of Farming
Lands-Afear ?Ae CVy.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON tho FIRST MONDAY* in November next,
I will Bell, before tho Court Bobee, in Co?
lumbia, ir not disposed of at private sale,
Fordone of the TRACTS formerly owned by
ThomaB and B. W. Taylor.
The varions tracta are located, oommenoing
at South Boundary a treu t, and continued to
three and-a-half miles from the State House.
They coueia t of newly cleared swamp, which
will produco from forty to sixty bushels of
corn, without manure. Isinglass soils, which
aro tho most certain and productive for cot?
ton and good uplands.
Poitiona of these tracts will make superior
brick. Thoy are by far tho most desirable
farming lands offered for sale sinoo the war.
TVioy aro contiguous to the city, and are di?
vided into tracta of a B?ZO to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 12?; 17 j; 18; -IGh 4?|;
40?; 33; 47i; 48*: 65; 40: 60; 80; 15 -nd 1X3
acres. A plat of which can bo coen at my
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash; tho balanoe
payablo in twclvo mouthe, occured by bond
and mortgage of tho premises. Purchasers
to^uiy UH for all necessary papers and stamps.
IWILL sell at Edgefleld Court House, on
thc first MONDAi" in December next, at
public out-cry, all tho real estate of M.
Frazier, deceased, lying wilbla, and adjoining,
the incorporate-limits of Edgefleld viiUgo, to
Tho Homestead Tract, containing forty
ono acres of land, more or less.
Thc Tract known as the Crane Tract, con?
taining thirty-seven acres, more or lesB.
Tho Tract known as tho Farm, containing
four hundred acres, moro or lese, which said
tract will be divided into two tracta, plats of
which will bo exhibited on day of sale.
Tho Store-house, formerly occupied by
Frazier A Sanders.
The Brick Office, adjoining law office of
Maj. John E. Bacon, in rear of tho store?
house described above.
Tho Store-boneo adjoining store of B. O.
The Brick House- and four acres.of land,
situated on Beaver Dam Creek, adjoining
lands ot Lucrotia Patterson and others.
Tho Brick Black-smith's Shop, In rear of 8.
S. Tompkins' residence, and store-houses of
Dr. D. C. Tompkins, and others.
Tho Homestead Tract, situated ip one of
tho mont desirable parts of tho village, is in a
high state of cultivation and improvement,
with all tho necessary buildings to make it
one of tho moBt desirable places in tho County.
The Tract known as the Farm, situated
within two miles of the village, adionin g landa
of J. A. Dozier and others, is also in a high
st nt o of cultivation and improvement, with
all the buildings necessary for farming pur?
The above-mentioned Store-honses. Shops,
and other village property, are in good repair,
and situated in the most business portions of
I will also sell on tho next day, (TUESDAY,
Ct li,) at the residence of ii. Frazier, deceased,
all thc personal property, to wit:
Kitchen Utensils, '
Carriages, Buggy, Ac.
?S" Terms made known on day of sale.
I will also sell on THURSDAY, 15th Decem?
ber, at nubhc outcry, at tho leland Ford, that
productive and valuable nlantation known as
the Island Ford, containing fifteen hundred
and fifty-five acres, more or less, situated in
Edgefield and Abbeville Counties, on the
banks of Saluda River, six miles from Ninety
Six, and one from the Greenville Railroad,
adjoining lands of J. H. Brooks, Lod Bill and
Said plantation will be divided into three
tracts, plats of each of which will be exhibited
on day of sale.
I will also, on tho same day, sell all the
personal property, tc wit:
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep,
Wagons and Harness,
One Large Iron Safe,
Corn, Fodder, Shucks,
Peas, Cotton 8eed, Ac.
Oct 21 f3 W. H. FRAZIER, Executor.
Desirable Family Residences and Va?
cant Lots at Private Sale.
MTHAT large and commodious BRICE
BUILDING on the corner of Barnwell
an d Gerv ris streets, recently occupied by
Dr. A. G. Mackey, containing eight Rooms
and Basemeut, with Servant Rooms, Stables,
Ac. The Lot contains ene acre, on which
there aro fine shrubbery and frnit trees, and
located in a pleasant neighborhood.
That 2-story BRICK BUILDING on the
corner of Lady and Sumter streets. Thia
building contains eight Rooms and a Base?
ment, with six divisions, and Brick Kitchen
and Servants' Rooms. The Lot measures 105
foot front on Sumter and 232 on Lady street,
with line garden, shrubbery, Ac.
A desirable BUILDING LOT, on Washing?
ton, between Marion and Bull streets, 102 feet
front by 208 deep-a very desirable location
for a family residence.
For terms, which are liberal, applv to
Oct Kit Auction and Com. Merchant.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
, n A VING opened a Branch House in
jgfe| the city of Columbia, offer for salo the
?rj?fl latest patonted and bout made STOVES;
^9Ctlio most improvod patterns and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
evervthiug in theao particular lines, with
confidence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all its branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your premises, we
will do your work at such prices as will enable
all to alford it.
The public aro invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, fonr doors below Bryce's
corner. _Aug 18 t
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which ic ill not light under 300
degrees Farenheit; never gums; is almost
odorless and as safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
family use, and when burned in the MINERAL
SPERM LAMP, the light is equal to the best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cont, per hour. It requires but littlo atten?
tion, no trimming, and thc chimney never
breaks from heat.
A supply of this safety oil, and a email
assortment of Lamps, just received and for
aalo hy_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
3/"? Ari ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OUU on the Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Colombia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, ?5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen aoroa LAND, noar the
eity-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attornoy atLaw and Real Estato Agent.
Sept 21 _lv
OF all stvice, to bo had cheap, at
Oct 23 _J. SULZdACHER'S.
CALL at J. 8ULZBAOHER*8 and see.