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NOON DESPATCHES. - ;. '* : :
TERRIBLE REVELATIONS AT THU C0Ml4*UNIS?r
OO?KT3 ^ARTIAL-Jl'lilAIION AND FLA?
SK} NY TO. yiBTX IHELAND^irBBTZNG TO
BE HELD IN HYDE PARK NEXT SUNDAY
M AY O II BOQUES SENTENCED TO SEKVITUDB
?OB LIFE, 40., AO, . '
pAKig, August 9.-rAt tbe sitting pf
tbe.court martial, to-day, witnesses tes?
tified tbat they Baw Ferro release con?
victs,, and givo them arms. Abbe Duroby
said be bad served twenty-fi vb years as
a missionary among tbe savages, and
nover-had be witnessed atrocities equal
to those perpetrated by the Communists.
He said that among members of the
court-martial held by the insurgents in
Hocqu?tto prison there were boys of the
aga of seventeen. Assi Borneill ad?
mitted the share ho bad taken in tue
executions of captives, ' and defended
them on tho ground that they were jus?
tified by the law of retaliation, resorted
to by all civilized nations io time of war.
The extraordinary statements df the .wit?
nesses, and the audacity"of the accused,
caused frequont scenes of - excitement ic
tho conrt room, which was crowded tc
suffocation. The President of the oourt
was obliged to call on the officers several
times to enforce order during the session,
EDINBURGH, Angnst 9. '?- 250,00(
strangers attended tho Scott centennial.
LONDON, Aa gust 10.-Marshal Mo Ma
bon and Count JPlasigny are expected ti
' visit Ireland.
A meeting is called for Hyde Park, oi
Sunday next, to protest against prohibit
iug the Dublin meeting. t . ? ?
VB UH AILLES, August 10. --Tho ?our
martial sentenced Roques, Mayor o
P?teux, to penal servitude for lifo. Tb
official prosecutor said the Mayor's mode
rate language entitled him tosomefavoi
The prisoners complain of the comment
of'the-press npon their oases.
DISSATISFACTION IN CALIFORNIA-FATA
BAIMtOAD ACCIDENT-IMPORTANT ?N9TJI
ANGE DECISION-THREE HOBS I)BATU
FROM THE, WESTFIELD BISASTE?-NE'
YORK SANITARY COMMISSION1 AND EP.
DEMKJ3--QODAN .8UOO ESS EB-LOUIS IAN
BErOBLIGAN CONTENTIONS'-FATAL Bj
CATIONS IN. APPLICATIONS FOB PENSION
-ROUT WELL'S INSTRUCTIONS-DEFECT
TV? BOILER" DISCOVERED ON A FERD
BOAT,' AC, AO.F :
CALIFORNIA, August 0.-The Paoifi
coast press unanimously aondemn tl
order of the War Department,- Bounte
rounding Stoneman's order for an acth
campaign against the Apaches, for tl
purpose of giving the Quakers an oppo
tao i ty to operate.
The. Secretary and-Treasury remitk
the forfeiture of 12,800 bags of sngi
seized for under-valuation from the Sr
Francisco Sugar Refining Company.
The steamer Montana, from Maza tim
brings $400,000 in treasure.
Sonora and Sinaloa voted for Juarez
HELENA,' MONTANA, August 9.-R
. turns indicate tbn^eleotion of Clagget
Delegate to Congre??. "
NEW ORLEANS, August 9..-The Co
tom House Convention Committee c
Credentials reported for Warmouth del
gates in several Parishes and five ont
fifteen city wards. Speeches were d
livered 'by Postmaster Lowell, Dun
Garter, Ingraham, Hardy and others
all exceedingly bitter on Warmouth, ai
tbe majority pronounced him rcorcaqt
every trust and nn enemy to the Repu
Hean party. The committee report
resolutions guaranteeing a place in fr
Hohools to every ohild; approving limil
tion of the State debt to $25,60O,O(
calling apon the Governor to preBer
the peace; declaring that Gov. Henry
Warmouth no longer enjoyed the OOH
denco of the Republican party; instrn
ing tho delegates to volo for U. S. On
for the nomination at the next Natioi
Republican Convention; declaring I
New Orleans Republican no longer 1
organ of tho Republican party, and ai
ing the Administration to withdraw 1
Federal printing; thanking Presid?
Grant for his promptness iu protect]
- them. AU the Federal officials were
elected on the Central Com mitt
Convention then adjourned sine t
The troops on* doty were procured fr>
Gen. Reynolds, commanding in Tej
on a requisition from the United Ste
Marshal. Tho Warmouth Oonventioi
now in session at Turners' Hall.
BANGOR,-ME., August 10.-An oxpt
train approaching the town went throi
a rotten bridge. . There is a long list
wounded and several killed.
SVRAODSE, N. Y., A?gust 10.-'
Bennett insurance case-involving t
ty-thrco suits, aggregating $120,00
bas been deoided in favor of the o
papy. The conflagration was prodo
by fraudulent co u tri vaneen.
CINCINNATI, Angnst* 10.-Two keg
powder exploded in a burning house
Vienna, Ohio, killing four and inj ai
SALT LAKE, August 10,-Tho s tea
Lady of the Lake, built ia New Y
was successfully launched to-day.
NEW YORK, August 10.-Three n
Westfield deaths swell the slaughte
John H. Horn, second officer of
steamer. Sherman, from Havana, diei
yellow fevers .
Dr.! Mor ri?, of the Sanitary Def
ment, says nb un usual Bteps are b
taken to prevent the appearance
Asiatic cholera, and there aro no iuc
tions of its coming at present.
Captain W. F. Lyons, of tho Ht
staff, is dead? .
The Sun say's authentic news 1
Cuba,, through Spanish sources, si
the Cabans achieved two important
tories in the Eastern district.
BUFFALO, August ' 10.-Yost?n
" postponed race was won by Major A
in 2.26, 2.2&X end 2.24. The $]
. purse was won by Susie-time :
2.2?K nod 2.27??. "
?g NIGHT DESPATCHES. ?
SAN FRANCISCO, August 9.-Tho Lake
Tohoo and Central Pacific Railroad tan-'
uol will bo five milos Ioog, through.,
granito sixteen feet?in height and twen?
ty-one feet wide.
NEW OR ti K ANS, Augnst 10.-Tho up
troin on the Houston and Great Northern
Road, pushing two flats, containing the
officers of a company, was thrown from
the track by. an obstruction, placed- by
a malicious person, fifteen miles abovo
Houston, Texas. Dr. 0. G. Yoong/
President, and Wm. M. Wilson, Assist?
ant Civil Engineer, were killed; Turner,
brakeman, probably fatally hurt, and C.
E. Noble, Chief Engineer and Superin?
tendent,-.and Beveral others severely
At a convention of tho Warmouth
wing, lust -evening, 107 delegates an?
swered to the roll call.- Geo. Horron's
resolution WOB adopted, that Senator
West bo requested to introduce a resolu?
tion, at the next session of Congress,
calling apon the President and other of?
ficers of tho -Government for all infor?
mation id their possession regarding the
use of the custom honso. for holding a
State convention, and the . authority
given to tho United Stales Marshal for
the appointment, of Deputy Marshals,
and - for bringing troops to suppress a
convention. Another resolution was re?
ferred, which demands the removal of
Collector Casey, Postmaster Lowell, De?
puty Collector Herwig, United States
Marshal Packard, Assessor Jouhert, and
Revenne Collector Stockdale. The Con?
vention adjourned till 12 o'clock to-day.
MONTGOMERY, AE-A., August 10,-The
first bale of Alabama cotton was received
to-day by A. & H. Strassburger. ' It was
raised in this County, hy G. G. Jackson,
and is classed middling.
NEW YOEE, August 10.-Testifying at
the coroner's inquest, Superintendent
Braisted thought there was no one
aboard the Westfield that understood
testing the correctness of a gauge.
It is announced that the New York
Central and Hudson River. Pennsylva?
nia Central and Erie Railway Companies
have made another important reduotion
in transportation rates for all dusses of
I freights Westward.
The Sun says United States Inspector
Stratton yesterday discovered that tho
boiler of the Staten Island ferry boat
Middletown was so defective that light
raps with a hammer made ruptures.
Fortunately the thorough examination
drives the Middletown off the line for
some time. A new boiler seems abso?
lutely necessary. The boiler in use is
rotten, leaky, and. patched in several
places. It was built in 1864.
WASHINGTON, Augast 10.-The regula?
tions for applications for pensions fur the
war of 1812 ore modified. The loyalty
of. the claimants must bo proved. Wit?
nesses need not prove their loyalty, but
mast have the certificate of a Federal
officer as to character and veracity. To?
tal applications for snch pensions to date,
Between now and the 1st of Septem?
ber, Do ut well will call for tho amount of
the subscription to the new loan and
considerable Barns in addition, and com?
menc? the redemption of the 5.20s of
Weather probabilities-The area of
clouds and rain in the Carolinas will pro?
bably begin to-night to oxtend North?
ward, with Easterly winds on tho middle
Atlantic ooast aud threatening weather
on Friday. Pleasant weather will proba?
bly continuo in New England; and tho
low pressure in Wisconsin will extend to
Lake Huron. Threatening weather and
local storms aro probable from Ohio to
Illinois and Northwards. Tho baiome
ter will probably continue low in the
South-west and Gulf States, with nume?
rous local rains in 'the afternoon from
Louisiana Eastward to the Atlantic.
The Secretary of tho Treasury has
addressed a lotter to tho national banks,
informing them that arrangement!* have
been made for the disposal of tho re?
mainder of tho bonds offered by tho Se?
cretary on the 28th of February lust
"being about 8103,000,000. Tho arrange?
ments arc subject to tho condition that
the .national banks shall have tho oppor?
tunity, within sixty days from this date,
to subscribe for any sum or sums, not
exceeding $50,000.000. % The Secretary
has addressed tho following to tho agents
heretofore appointed: "Negotiations
having been perfected for the sale of the
remainder of tho $200,000,000 of -fivo
per ceut. bonds offered to tho publio by
tho letter of the Secretary of tho Trea?
sury on tho 28th February last, the au?
thority of the agents heretofore desig?
nated is limited to tho salo of equal
amounts of four, four and a half and
.five per cent, bonds, or equal amounts
of fonr and five per cent, bonds,"
LONQ BRANCH, N. J., August 10.-To
the Rfght Honorable the Ea? of Dalkeith,
Edinburgh, Scotland: Owing to absonoe
from home, I did uot receive your con?
gratulations and expressions of friend?
ship for the American people in time to
send a reply to be read at tho centennial
celebration of that eminent scholar and
historian whose birth you commemorate.
The American people, who have been in?
structed" and edified by Sir.Waiter Scott's
works of history, poetry and notion, will
highly appreciate your cordial expres?
sions of friondship, and reciprocate thom
in all sincerity.
(Signod) U. 8. GRANT.
A meeting has been held in Greenville
and a committee appointed to memorial?
ize the Legislature to roduoo the foes
charged under the "Code," or to abolish
A young mau, named M. J. Murray,
of Charleston, died in Anderson, on
Tuesday morning last, of consomption.
Ho had been traveling in the mountains
for his health. ?"
Mr. James A. Nicholson, au estimable'
and worthy young gontloman, died in
Edgefield, on tho Otb.
The Duko of Montpelier, a Spanish
journal, cays, "is as bold as a plebeian,
vain as a noble, rich as a king."
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A pin,, carelessly dropped "tn tho loom
by tho female . oporativo, spoiled 7U01
yards of: cloth in one of . the mills of
Lawrence, on Tuesday. * '
' Of 203,000 gallons of brandy in the]
conntty, only 100,000 gallons are made
from fruits, the rest being compounded j
from Tarions spirits.
Whole herds of cattle near Council
Bluffs, Iowa, are becoming totally blind,
and no causo can be assigned for tho ca?
A London telegram states that prepa?
rations are making iu ParisTor the rocep- '
tion of ox-President Andrew Johnson,
who is shortly expected to visit Puris.
A German, named Aleck Bernhardt,
was drowned in a pond, at tho brewery,
near Atlanta, on Sunday, by falling from
a horse be was watering ip the pond.
F?? Arid AL An O ?UMUlfiiiVlA&M
LONDON, Augast 10-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93%@93%. Bonds easier, nt 93%.
LIVERPOOL, August 10-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened quiot-uplands 8%; Orleans
LONDON, August 10-Evening.-Con?
sols 93%. Bonds 93%. Bullion in?
creased over ?1,000,000.
LIVERPOOL, August 10-Evening.- I
Cotton closed dull and unchanged.
NEWTQBK, August 10-Noon.-Stocks !
not quite so strong as at the opening.
Governments dull and steady. State
bonds strong-Tonnessees aud North
Carolinas active. Flour and corn dull
and drooping. Wheat quiet and un?
changed. Pork rnther weak, at 13.25?
13.37. Cotton easier; sales 140 bales
uplands 19%. Freights steady. Gold
11%. Money 2.
7 P. M.-Cotton irregular; demand
chiefly for low grades; sales 2,013 babs
-uplands 19%. Flour-Southern dull1
and lower; common to fair extra 5.25(u)
6.40; good to choioo firstname.lastname@example.org. Whis
koy 92(3)92%. Wheat closed a Bhado
firmer-new red Tennessee 1.40; winter
red 1.34(3)1.40; amber .Western 1.43@
1.45. Corn closed active, at 66%(3)66.
Rice firm, at 8%@9%. . Pork 13.00(3)
13.12. Beef quiet.- ;Lard heavy-kettle
9%. Freights dull. Increased activity
in money; loans were made at 4. Ster?
ling dull, closing nt <JJ Gold 12
(3)12%. Government not very active;
62s and Gs, old, %o. better; January and
July issues %o. oif ; 62s 16. Tennessees
very strong. . North Carolinas better to?
day. Tennessees 75%; new 75%. Vir?
ginias 64; new 72; Louisianas 64; new
60; levees 69; 8s 83. Georgias "83.
Alabamas 100; ?s 07; 7s 93. North Ca?
rolinas 45%; new 29. South Carolinas
71; new 58. * . '
CINCINNATI, August 10.-Flour firm.
Corn quiet. Pork declined, at 12.60.
Lard drooping, nt 8%@9. Buoon
holders anxious; shoulders 5%; olear
sides 7%. . Whiskey 89.
LOUISVILLE, August 10.-Flour steady.
Corn weak. Provisions unsettled. Pork
-13.00 asked; no buyers. Shoulders 6.
Lard 10(3)11. Whiskey 89.
ST. LOUIS, August 10.-Corn drooping
-yellow, sacks, 48(3)49. Flour droop?
ing-saper winter 4.00(3)4.25. Whiskey
90. Bugging quiet, at 19%@20. Pork
dosed lower, at 12.50. Bacon easier
shoulders 6%; clear Bides 8%. Lard
BALTIMORE, AuguBt 10.-Flour dull.
Wheat firm, except for Ohio and In?
diana, which are dull. Corn firm. Pork
quiet, at email@example.com. Bacon steady.
Lard scarcer. Whiskey unchanged.
Cotton dull and nominal-middling 19%; |
receipts 38 bales; sales 63; stock 1,113.
. GALVESTON, AugustlO.-Cotton dull-|
good ordinary 16; receipts 350 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, August 10.-Flour dull
-double 6.50; treble 6.75?7.0i>. Corn
firm-mixed 68; white 70. Pork dull
and nominal, at 14.50. Bacon dull, at
7%(3$9. Lard dull, nt 10-)?(3kll%. Su?
gar quiet-fair 10%. M?. lasses dull
plantation fermenting 42}.i. Whiskey
dull, at 92(3)1.00. Coffee nominal. Cot?
ton dull and nominal-low middling
17J.<; receipts 206 bales; sales 1,000;
.CHARLESTON, August 10.- Cotton dull
-middling 18; receipts 52 bales; sales
25; stock 3,304.
MEMPHIS, August 10. -Cotton flat
middling nominally 17%.
AUOUSTA, August 10.-Cotton dull and
MOBILE, August 10.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 17%? 17%; receipts
89 bales; sales 60; stock 5,948*
BOSTON, August 10,-Cotton unchang?
ed-middling 20; receipts 452 bales;
sales 200; stock 6,000.
WILMINGTON, August 10.-Cotton quiet!
-middling 19; stock 565.
SAVANNAH, AuguBt 10.-Cottou dall
and nominal-low middling 1G@16V?;
receipts 60 bales; sales 25; stock 4,925.
AaOOD COOK, (colored,) without ineum
branco. .Wu gea goori,mid promptly paid.
Apply at tho corner of Oates unri Richland
atrecta. _Aug. ll 3
~ Coal ! Coal ! Coal !
PERSONS lu Want of COAL ahould give in
their ordera at once-or, at tho lateat, by
tho 25th-IIB the summer freight rato ends on
the lat Hoptenibor. T. J. HARPER. :
Fall and Winter Importation-1871.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ABUSTRONGTCATOR & co.,
IMPORTERS and Jobbers of Bonnet, Trim?
ming and Velvet RIBBONS, Bounet Silk?,
Satins and Volvots, blonds, Notts, Crapes,
RuoheB, Flowers, Fea them, Ornamenta, Straw
Bonnots and Lachea' Hata, trimmed and un?
trimmed. Hhakor Hood?, &o.
237 and 239 llMlimore street, Itaitimore, Md.
Offer tho largest stock to ho found in this
country, and unequalled in dioico varioty and
choauiic&B, comprising the latoat Europoan
ii o vol t ion. Orders BOlioitod and prompt atton
Uoji jrjven._t_-Amt ll 12* _
STUCKS, BONDS anil COUPONS bought
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Bfokor.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
FALL AND WINTER OF 1871.
THE aubsoribcre, Jobbora and WholoBalo Dealern in the oily of Charleston, 8. C., beg to
oall the attention of tho merchants of tho interior of thia and the adjoining States to
thia market, as being now ono of tho most dosirablo in which to procuro full supplies of all
articles they may require.
Tho wants of tho country having rapidly increased, with ample facilillos to enablo cs to
procuro our supplies direct, from first hands in Europoand this country, wo aro now propared I
to exhibit more varied and complete stocks of seasonable GOODS than at any period since
tho war, and will dlanose of thora on as good torms as any other market.
"Daily facilities afforded for shipment of goods to any point desired."
EDWIN BATEB A CO., No. 124 Meeting MAR8UALL A BURGE, No. 143 Meeting
JOHNSTON, CREWS A CO., No. 41 Hayno CHANE, BOYL8TON A CO., corner Hayne
struct. and Meeting stroets.
EDWIN BATES A CO., No. 122 Meeting street.
Fancy Goods, Notions, &c.
STEELE A WARDELL, Ko. 1G7 Mooting I JOHN S. FAIRLY A CO., No. 35 Hayno
street. I street.
SELL A FOSTER, No. 27 Hayne street.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
CHARLES A. LENGNICK, No. 1G1 Meeting etroot.
Boots and Shoes.
D. F. FLEMING ft CO., corner Uayno and I T. M. BlUBTOLL A CO., No. 115 Meeting
Church Btreeta. | streot.
E. B. STODDARD & CO., No. 1G5 Meeting street.
Hats and Gaps.
THOMAS M. HORSEY A BRO., No. 251 EDMONDS T. BROWN, No. 43 Hajno
Hayne street. | utreot.
J. E. ADGER A CO., No. 130 Meeting st. | HART A 00., No. 30 Hayno street.
C. GRAVELLY, corner East Bay and Bojco's Wharf.
Saddlery, Saddlery Hardware and Carriage Materials.
. K. THOML1NSON A CO., No. 137 Meeting street.
Drugs and Medicines.
OOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO., No. 35 Hayne street.
Crockery and Glassware.
WM. L. WEBB, No. 123 Mooting street.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., corner Hayne and Church streets.
Groceries, Liquors, &c.
J. A. QUACKENBC3H, No. 122 East Bay 1 W. H. CHAFEE A CO., No. 207 East Bay
street. I street.
BOLLMANN BROS., No. - Eaat Bay atroet.
Paints, Oils, Glass; &c.
HOLMES A CALDER. No. 205 East Bay I WM. M. BIRD A CO., corner East Bay and
street. I Cumberland streets.
Job Printer, Stationer and Book-seller.
EDWARD FERRY, 149 Moeting atrcet.
Type and Printing Material, Paper, Stationery, Job and Book Printing.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, 3 Broad streot, and 109 EaBt Bay.
Aug ll t2mo
GRAND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION!
rpiCKETS tu the Concerts of tho SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSO?
CIATION ready fur oslo and delivery. All orders from tho country promptly filled. Agents
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Lexington, Spartanuurg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
neo and Dickons.. Apply to, D. GAMDRILL A CO.,
June G (louerai Agento, Columbia, S. C.
uoiumbia Must Do a Larger Business.
-xtr'it Preparation for a Itig Trail?:.
HAVING put our Retail Ilou-e iri order, we.
aro how prepared to show our customers a
F?LL LINE OF GOODS, in every depart?
ment, which will bc largely replenished by
every steamer with cboico and seasonable
gooda, unrivalled for quality, etylcH and price?.
One of tho ?rm is now in New York looking
after tho iutoreata of our customers. Wc in?
tend tn exhibit, this f.ill and winter, tho best
stool; of goods over oponed in Columbia, at
prices to suit all.
Wo keep only standard hinges of goods di?
rect from manufacturers and importers, and
sell to every ono aliko, having but ONE PRICE.
Our Wholesale and Carpet ltoom will con?
tain a choico stock of good*, in quality and
Big line of DOMESTICS always ou baud.
W. D." LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
W. D, LOVE,
B. II. MCCBEEBY. Angt)
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
.* ? 9
PLUMBING, HOOFING, QUTTERINO, and
all work in this line, put up to ordor
and ready for sale at tho
Call at either bouse-Columbia or Newberry
ll EN KY II. H LEASE,
March 22 f Proprietor.
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF tho most approved styles, can be ob?
tained at I. SULZBACHERS establish?
ment, Main atroct, Columbia Hotel Row.
Sots and half sills in great variety. Also,
solitaire and cluster DIAMONDS. 81'EOT A -
OLES and EYE-GLASSES to suit all ages.
BOXES SCALED HERRINGS, 35
cents por box.
August 3 _GEO. SYMMERS,
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN preference, to London Torter and Scotch
Ale. Why? Thoy know it is unadultoratod. i
.1. UPI Proprietor o? tho "LITTLE ST?HE"
has j ?int returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of thc seuson. Call and seo, at
Tilly 27 C F. JACKSON'S, MnliySt.
OFFICE OF COUNTY Aunrron, RICHLAND Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 28.1871.
?X pursuance of an Act of tho General Aa
aumhlv, at ita last session, my office in Co?
lumbia will bo open, on and after lat day of
July next, to August 20, to receive tho returns
of Personal Property of the tax-payera of thia
County ror the yoar 1871. Bianka can bo ob?
tained at thia omeo, in tho Court House. ,
Tax-payors aro required to ontcr on blank?
all trauafore or purchases of real estate, and
also all now buildings erected since last re?
Whore lax-payera neglect to mako i hoir re
' ..rc?, tho County Auditor is compelled; hy
law, to charge them with tho return of tito
previous year and add liltv per cent, thoroto
aa penalty. M. J. CALNAN,
June 20_Auditor Hlchlaud County. .
The Georgia Gin.
riMIIS ie tho third season wo have aohl thoae
X OINS, and have never had a siugle com?
plaint. Wo ofter thora with renewed confi
denco, at moderato priooa and reasonable
teriuB. LOUICK ?t LOWRANCE, Agta.,
Julyl3 2mo_Columbia, H. 0.
flMiOSE who have lost several Natural
JL Tooth, mid havo been adviaed to part
with remaining sound ones, aa tho flret step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, aro
requested, before aubmiUing to z. practice,
cruel in itaolf and often uunocesaarily per?
formed, to convince thcmaolvoa of ita fallacy,
hy looking closely into a matter of BO much
'Ibo ahovo improvement waedesigned to ro?
sita so deplorable a practico, and altera tho?
rough test ot moro than throe y cara, ia found
capahlo of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry httB heretofore done.
It ia now possible to obtain partial cases*
which will nave for yeare Natural -Teeth, and
ho at tho saino timo roUablo in every respect.
Au invitation in hereby given to such RB
feel interested to call at our Operating
Koonin, and examine duplicate specimens nf
cases unwin actual Uao.
Nov Ct REYNOLDS ft REYNOLDS.
Froo Soup overyday, at ll o'clock, at POL?
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
D. C. PK1?OTTO ?C SON, Auctioneers
BY virtue of tho power, duly conferred upon
tho Citizens' Havings liank of Conimbia,
by the Columbia Oil Company, to foreclose
tho mortgago of tho said Coluicpia Oil Com
pany to the said Citizens'Savings Bank of
Columbia, and to onter upon and to sell all.
and singular the mortgaged promises herein?
after described, for tho purposo of satisfying
thou- debi ; tho said mortgago is hereby de?
clared to bo foreclosed, and tho said Colum?
bia Oil Company forever barred of all claim
or equity of redemption in tho promises; and
under the samo powor as aforesaid, the under?
signed will Bell, at publie auction, before the
Court House, at Columbia, on the first MON?
DAY in September next:
All that cortaiu lot of LAND, situate and
being iu tho city of Columbia, in tho County
of Richland, and Stato of South Carolina,
consisting of ono square in said city, con?
taining four acree of land, more or lesa, and
bounded by Wheat, Bice, Lincoln and Gads?
den streets, with all the buildings and erec?
tions on said lot of land, now used for the
purposes of an Oil Mill, and all the Engines,
Oil Presses and machinery of any kind what?
soever, in and upon said premises.
Terms casu. W. MARTIN.
President Citizens' Savings Bank of South
Carolina._August ll t
DA Xii 71
J?8T IN, a choice lot o? SHEET OIL
CLOTHS, out to fit any Bizsd room or hall.
A beautiful line of PRINTS, iu Light and
An elegant collection, of WHITE G JODS,
of every description.
A full line O? HOUSE-FURNISHING AR?
TICLES, at prices beyond competition.
A full, complete, well-assorted, new sflSbk
of Ladies', Miases', Men's and- Childron'a
SHOES, of all the popular styles, at price a
that ehow our ability to seU cheap Gooda.
August 8 B. 0. SHIVER A CO.
DR. S. P. F ANT'S
SUPERIOR , i
^^^^M IS composed of the best Anti-po
tfsSfflirariodio Tonics known to tho medical
YUM profoeeion. Tho addition of cortain
pjapJ ingredients hae completoly dis
JffiSTjA guised tho taeto of tho Tonio prin
^mW^, oiple as to render it palatablo, even
to tho most fastidious.
It augments the energy of the vital func?
tions, exerting a powerful influence over the
digestivo, astimulative, sanguiniferoaa and
It proves salutary in the debility conse?
quent upon all malarious diseases, violont
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of the
constitution of both BOXOS, in nervous vertigo,
heart-ache, tie-doloreux, and. many local
pains, dependent on deficient energy in the
nervous system. It also po?seesoB laxative
and alterative properties, and will remove all
biliousness from tho' stomach, increase the
appetite, and invigorate the whole system.
Prepared only by 8? F. FANT,
Newberry, 8. C.
For sale at W. 0. FISHER'S
New D.rug Store,
Opposito Columbia Hotel,
August 9 Gmo Columbia, 8. O. .
FXUBSH ANS OOO!. I
W E open this day a fresh lot of
DRY Gr O ODS,
Direct from first bands. Having no old stock
to work uff, wo show new and fresh Goods, at
Dull Times Prices.
Wo ask especial atteution and examination
of our low price
Remember, tho only placo in the city to pro?
cure these desirable gooda ie at
PO fri1 ER & STEELE'S.
June 14_. ?
THE MORRIS COTTON OIN
HAS DISTANCED ALL O TUERS. .
AND ia warranted to do it again. For full
particulars, relativo to these machines,
address E. MORRIS,
June 18 9mp _ Columbia. 8. O.
Cleavolcn? Mineral Springs,
55 Alitea Weat of Charlotte, JV. O.
rnilE subscribers, having associated them
X selves in the management of theae
Springs, would announce to their friends' and
the public that the House is now open for the
reception of visitors.
To thoso who have teated the virtuos of
these extraordinary watera, it ia deemed'un?
necessary to say anything byway.of com?
mendation, but to others t hoy confidently as?
sure satisfaction-if they will mako trial of the
healing properties of tho waters for only a
short timo. * .
Wc p)3dgo onrsolves to spiro neither pains
nor expense in order to rondor all who may
favor us with a call as comfortable as possi?
ble. In prospect of an abundance of supplies,
we have adopted tho following Beale of*
REDUCED CU AUG ES:
If over 10 days, at.f 1.50 per day.
If not over 10 days,. T.75 "
Singlo day. 2.50
Children between the ages of two and eight
years, and colored servants, at half ratos.
Wash'ng on reasonable terms.
lt is experted that the Western Dividion of
tho Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford
Railroad will bo completed to within a milo
or two of the Spring.! at an oarly day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD,
Juno 4 ?_R. M. OATES._
A fresh supply of Bram?n Lager at POL?