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CHOLERA. IN PRUSSIA-FRENCH PRESIDENCY
-FRANCO-GERMAN DD?FICTOI>rrES - EX?
CITEMENT IN IRELAND OVER A FRENCH
' DEPUTATIONS-1 TA CT AN ARBITRATOR, 40.,
LONDON, August IC-In K?nigsberg,
Praasia, on : the 4tb, sixty-two persons
were attacked with ohOlera, and twenty
The mooting of the Emporors and
their advisers at Gastcin, is generally re?
ported ns ? pledge of peace. The Go?
vernment pretend to be indifferent to
the moating, and prognosticate an alli?
ance between Franco and Russia.
MUNICH, August 1G.-A ministerial
crisis ?B imminent here.
PARIS, August 16.-It is rumored that
tbe Right wing of the Assembly offered
the Presidency of France to the Duke
d'Auraole, and that he refused it.
BERLIN, August 16.-Provincial cor?
respondence confirms the report that ne?
gotiations are pending for the complete
evacuation of France, but affirms that
\i. provocations offered to Germany by
. French newspapers endangers peace be?
tween tho two countries. It adds: "If
,.' the French offers to m ak o early payment
of the indemnity aro fulfilled, aud there
be no untoward disturbance of peaceful
relations, tho withdrawal of the German
forces from French, territory will soon
' LONDON, August IG.-t--The House of
Commons is rapidly disposing of accu?
mulated business before it. Customs
and inland revenue bills passed to-day.
The miners* strike in'the South of Wules
FLORENCE, Auguat 171-Garibaldi is
VEIISAIIII?ES, Auguet 16.-Tbe Assem?
bly, to-day, eolqoted Grevy as its Presi?
dent. A proposition to draw up a con?
stitution waa rejected.
In the court martial, to-day, M. Lullier
denied that be had anything to do with
the assassination of prisoners, or the
incendiary acts of thu Communists, or
that be bad attempted to make himself
dictator. The prisoners-, appear much
LONDON, August 16.-'A deputation of
French, citizens, appointed to visit Ire?
land to thank the people for aid given
for the relief of the wounded during tho
war with Prussia, bas arrived. Tho
people of Dublin are wild with excite?
ment, and the roads leading to the stop?
ping-places of the Frenobmen have be?
come impassable, because of the crowds.
'Evening-The city bands performed,
1 dressed in green.. TheyjnaTohed to the
hotel where the Frenchmen are stop?
ping*, and .played American, Irish and
French national airs; also, Borne Fenian
tunes. No interference by the police.
The deputation reached Sholborne Hotel
at 3 o'clock, and, in response to calls,
came out on the balcony. Martin, a
member of Parliament, made an address
to tho or?wd. A son of Marshal McMa?
hon also arrived with the deputation,
and woe loudly cheered by the thousnndt
of people assembled. Many bouses arc
illuminated to-night, and tho enthusi?
asm of tbe people continues.
VERSAILLES, Auguat 17.-It bas beer
positively ascertained that a majority o:
the Assembly will support, in a slightly
modified form, the proposition made bj
M. Revel, on behalf of tbe Loft Centre
on Saturday last, conferring tho Pres i
denoy for three yeara on Thiers.
The Election Committee, to whom wa
referred the prolongation of Thiers
term for three years, oppose the propoBi
lion, by nine to six.
ROME, August 17.-Tho Italian Go
vornment bas appointed Gen. Meneua
bora arbitrator at Genevu, under th
MOD DAW VS. FRRE SPEECH-VERDICT 0:
MAINE RAILROAD ACCIDENT-ADUBH O
PARDONING TOWER-ADJUSTMENT OF
FEUD-FRIENDLY SUIT-ESCAPE OF CON
VIOTS FROM SINO SINO-ARREST AN
BAIL OF WESTFIELD OFFICIALS, AC, AC
SARATOGA, August 16.-Senator Blain
spoke here to-night, arraigning tbe Dc
mooratio party, which be accused of prc
venting the establishment of peace i
the country; and made particular refei
enoe to thc Now York Democracy as 03
amples of falsity, to religious' freedom
OapENSBURo; N. Y., August 16.
Thomaa Daley, a railroad contractor,.le
a mob of Irish me u, who made an at tuc
last night on Baron Decamin. The hal
which tho Baron had eUgaged to leotui
iu, for which he bad paid, bas been rc
fused bim. Great excitement exist?
The Baron bas published a prot?t
against tho violation of free speech' an
NEW YORK, August lt.^-Tbo japanes
Prince who bas . been here for seven
months, seeking an education, ia dyin
\ A youth in attempting to shoot a
unole who was chastising him, sb ,t h.
BANGOR, August 17.-The Coroner
verdict in the Maine Central Railroa
disaster condemns the Railroad Comrni
stoners and employees for the imperfei
inspection of structures.
TOPEKA, August 17.-Mrs. Scales an
Mr. Ford, convicted of murdering M
. Softies, and sentenced tobe bung to-da;
have been commuted to impriaonmei
_ for life. The Judge and jury refused 1
sign the petition for commutation. Tl
Governor's aotion causes surprise, as tl
convicts confessed the crime, and the
. were no extenuating circumstances.
WASHINGTON, Aaguat 17.-The Pres
dent has recognized Emelia Bryllo as tl
Nicaraguan COOBUI at New Orleans.
Mr. Bruuot declines the Indian Coi
. Probabilities-Southerly wind, wi
local. storms, is probable for Fridi
North and West of Illinois. Ole
weathexis probable .for tba .anterior ot.
New York ntfd No\v.England to-night,
io?owed? by* "cloudy ?nd threatening
weather on Friday noon or afternoon.
A severe storm is probably advancing
North-westward over Florida, which will
bring strong Easterly winds and rain to
?ho South 'Atlantic ooast, and Northerly,
winds to Alabama and Louisiana.
Tho light boat on Rattlesnake Shoals,
off Charleston, has been temporarily re
moved, on account of a leak.
RICHMOND, August 17.-The heaviest
rain storm of the season prevailed here
this afternoon, accompanied by consid?
erable hail. The thermometer, which
had been ranging nil davin the nineties,
fell twenty-one degrees in fifteen mi?
WHITE SULTHUR SPRINGS, W. VA., Au?
gust 17.-Bishop Finokney, of Mary?
land, and Bishop Wilmer, of Louisiana,
are among the reoent arrivals, and about
a dozen of the reverend clergy; ulso,
Daniel DeJarnette and Prof. Venable, of
Virginia, and R. A. Lancaster, of New
ST. LOUIS, August 17.-Sonator Mor?
ton addressed au immense audience boro
to-day. He thought Gen. Grant's
chance a little the best nt present. He
opposed State sovereignly as taught by
the Democrats, and says there is no safe?
ty for the people without centralization.
The greatest idea of the Republican party
was national unity. If wo abandon thut,
we are not a natiou, but simply un ag?
gregation of independent States, which,
ut nome time or other, will go to pieces.
OoDENsnuna, August 17.-Tho mob
again prevented Baron DeCamin, nnti
Catholio, to lecture. DeCamin was taken
to the station houso. The excitement is
NEW YORK, August 17.-Tho feud so
long existing among the Cuban exiles has
ceased. At a meeting, last night, at tho
houso of a prominent Cuban exile, Cu?
bans of all ; parties wera present. Tho
resignation of Aldnma and Mistre were
accepted by the now representatives of
the Cuban Republic, and to-day Aquibe
ra and C?spedes were installed as agent
and diplomatic commissioner of the re?
The Glen's Falls paper mills were par?
tially burned to-day.
Jacob Vanderbilt, President of the
Staten Island Ferry Company, Wm.
Braisted, Superintendent, uud Henry
Robinson, Engineer, against whom the
Coroner's jury, yesterday, returned a
verdict of oriminnl negligence, in con?
nection with tho Westfield disaster, wore
brought up before Coroner Keenan, this
morning, and committed to the Toomba
priscn-the Coroner refusing to accept
bail. The action of the Coroner caused
surprise, as bail to any amount was
offered, and could have boen giveu.
Judge Hon th elland subsequently admit?
ted the prisoners to hail-Vanderbilt
iu $25,000; Braisted and Robinson in
$10,000 each. Geo. Law is tho bonds?
This afternoon, a tug boat run in nt
Sing Sing and carried off a large num?
ber of convicts. The alarm was sent out
from police headquarters, cautioning the
force to be on the lookout for tho land?
ing of the convicts. A police boat start?
ed up the river in pursuit.
. A friendly suit has been commenced
in the United States Distriot Court to
determine the question, whether stamps
on goods imported by foreigu manufac?
turers should not ba recognized by the
United States authorities, without the
payment of any additional duty by tho
ATLANTA, August 17.-Tho first bale
of new cotton was roceived to-day, by C.
H. Strong, from Wm. M. Rivers, of
Henry County. It was classed middliug,
and sold for 30 couts.
CHARLESTON, August 17.-Arrived
schooners O. & C. Brook, New York; J.
H. Stickney, Baltimore.
Martin Goss, Assistant Foreman of
Fire Engino No. 32, stole a watch and
chain from the body of one of tho West?
field victims, as ho was assisting in tak?
ing it from the water. The fact was dis?
covered last week, and Goss has been
dismissed from the department.
STATE OP 80DTH CAROLINA,
EXECUTIVE I)K r A HTM KNT.
"HEREA8 information lias reached this
office that, on Tuesday night, the 1st
of August, a wilful and deliberate murder
was perpetrated in tho Forks of the Ediato,
on the person of JACK PEU HY, a citizen of
Oraogennrg County; and wheroau there is
strong reason to suspect that MILLEDG?l
PORTER and RANSFORD PORTER, resid?
ing in the County of Barnwoll, were cogni?
zant of, if not participant in, said murder:
Now, therefore, bo it known that I, RO?
BERT K. SCOTT, Govornor of tho State
aforesaid, in order that justice may ho done,
and the niajosty of tho law vindicated, do
hereby issue this my proclamation, offering a
roward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
tho apprehension and delivery of tho said
Milledgo Porter and iiauxford Porter, or
either of them, in any jail of this Stato, with
proof to convict.
In testimony wbor^of, I bsvo hereunto eel
my hand, and caused tho Great Seal
[L. s ] of the Stato to ho affixed, this 16th
day of Auguat, A. D. 1871, and in tho
ninety-sixth year of tho independence
of the United States of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CAUDOZO, Seorotary of Stato.
August 18_ 3
IAH A POUNDS Fulton Market BACON
?UV" " STRIPS, for salo low.
i August 3_E. HOPE. _
Fall Turnip Seed.
TnORBURN'S Green Globe, Red Top, largo
White Norfolk, Yollow Steno, and Rula
Baga, frosh, and for salo hy
August 2 EDWARD nOPE.
. Meals fnrniehod at all boura at POLLOCKS*.
KIN ANCIA I. ARD COJIMKUCIAIji.
.LONDON, rAugrist 17-Hoofc.--OopsolB
93}?. Bonaa93>?. Weather favorable.
Bullion increased ?-W0,000. (
FBANKFOKT, August 17.-Bonds 96%.
PARIS, August 17.-Hon tea 55f. 80o.
LIVERPOOL/ August 17-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened' firmer, and bas advanced
since noon-uplands 8%; Orleans 9J?;
sales 18,000 bales; speculation and export
4,000; sales on ship named from New
LONDON, August 17-Evening.-Con?
sols 93 >(i. Bonds 93^.
Liv lim'o OL, August 17-Evening.
Cotton closed strong-uplands 8%; Or
NEW Yonx, Angust 17-Noon.-Flour
dull and declining. Wheat dull and
heavy. Corn quiet and heavy. Pork
dull-mess 13.25. Lard steady, at 9@
9%. Cotton steady-middling uplands
18>?; Orleans 18%; sales 1,500 bales.
Freights firm. Stocks very quiet and
dull. Governments dull and strong.
Moue; easy, at 3. Gold steady, at 12.%.
Exchange-long 9>4 ; short lO3^.
7 P. M.-Money unchanged. Sterling
9@9^. Gold 12^@123^. Governments
-5 2Us ndvunoed ??o. ; 81s }?c. ; 62s
14?4. States exceedingly dull, except
new South Carolinus-Tennessees 75Jtj;
new 75^0. Virginias G2?.?; now 72.
Louisianas 65; new GO; levees 69; 8s I
83. Alabamas 100; 5s G7. Georgias 83;
7s 91. North Carolinas 45; new 2G.
South Carolinas 70; new ?S. Cotton in
fair demand, chiefly for export; sales
3,280 bales-nplauds 18)?. Flour
Southern dull and drooping; common to
fair extra 5.3(5(alG.50; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey 95(??95j?'. Wheat
irregular-winter red Western 1.38(?>
1.40; old 1.44%@L46. Corn beuvy, at
66(<?67. Bice 8^(a}9)?. Pork dull, at
email@example.com. Lard strong-kettle 9j?(,'.
CINCINNATI, August 17.-Flour aud
corn dull. Pork-12.25 offered. Lard-9
asked. Bacon quiet uud unchanged.
Whiskey higher, at 90.
LOUISVILLE, August 17.-Provisions
only email order business. Pork 13.00.
ST. LOUIS, August 17.-Whiskey 90.
Pork quiet, at 13.00. Bacon dull-shoul?
ders G?^; clear rib 7??@8. Lard 9>?@
AUGUSTA, August 17.-Cotton ateudy
MEMPHIS, August 17.-Cotton firmer
but not higher-middling 17.
GALVESTON, Angust??.-Cotton irregu?
lar-good ordinary 15^; receipts 253
bales; stock 7,240.
BALTIMORE, August 17.-Flour dull
and weak. Wheat firm. Corn-white
70@77; yellow G5@G7. Provisions and
whiskey ?unchanged. Cotton opened
heavy but closed firmer-middling lS.lg ;
receipts 63 bales; sales 63; stock 1,182.
MODILE, August 17.-Cotton quiet
middling 17>.<; receipts 27 bales; sales
200; stock 4,711.
BOSTON, August 17.-Cotton strong
1 middling 19}jj; receipts 250 bales; sales
I NORFOLK, August 17.-Cotton dull -
middling 16^; receipts 30 bules; stock
NEW ORLEANS, August 17.-Flour
quiet, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn unchanged.
Pork dull, at 14.25; 14 00 refused. Ba?
con irregular, at 7J??82.? Lard un?
changed. Coffee stiff, at 143??@16.
Others unebnnged. Ootton very linn,
and holders asking higher rates; receipts
136 bales; sales 500; stock 32,579.
WILMINGTON, August 17.-Cotton un?
settled-middling nominally 18; stock
CHARLESTON, August 17.-Cotton firm?
er-middling 1G}.<@17; receipts31 bulos;
sales 100; stock 2.751.
C. E. HOLMES,
Cotton Factor and Commis. Merchant,
-hi m o
OZ\f"\ BARRELS FLOUR, fro-n common
tJ\J\J to finest qualities.
0 tierces Huma, of the celebrated "Orange"
and "Diamond" brands.
Smoked Reef, Smoked Beef Tongues,
Pickled Beef Hounds.
Roasted Java Coffee, Mocha, Java, La
guayra and Rio Coffees.
A full and woll-sulected stock of fresh
TEAS, and other Staple and Fancv Groceries.
For sale low. GEO. SVMMERS.
AFEW reamonn why they should have tho
prcferonco over all others:
1. Whcoler A Wilaon'a Sowing Maohino is
much simpler than any of tho othors; re?
quiring loas than half'tho amount of ma?
2. Ae tho result of this simplicity, thia ma?
chine is much less liable than tho others to
got out ef ropair.
8. Another roeult of thia timplicity ie
4. Another result is lcMt* friction, and, con?
sequently, greater cr.se and rapidity af mo?
tion, with loss Hoist!.
6. And greatoBt of all, that it uses no Shut?
tle, and makes tho lock stitch.
It ia tho cheapest to buy thu beal. Buy I he
machino that has justly, fairly and honora?
bly won a reputation and independence
against a strong and bitter competition. Fdr
more than twenty yoars bas tho Wheeler ,V
Wilson not only stood llrat and foremost, but
now stands tho uni i vailed Sewing Machine of |
tho enlightened civilized world. Buy tho ma?
chine that has been thus tested and proved,
and thou you are sure to get the bcHt. For
Balo on the easiest possible terms. Salon
room Main fd roe-1, second door below THIKNIX
oilico, Columbia, S. C.
J. S. PUItSLEY, Agent.
A. WHTTE, General Southern Agent.
Juno 21 Orno
The only Ono Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S
y Four Hundred Dollars Reward I
TB? above, reward frill "be paid for Ibo ro?
tura pf tho Money anil Note? ululen from
Mr. W. C. McGregor on ibo night of tho 15tb
inst.'or 38i per Ooo t. on all mu ney, and c o;quen -
tiona asked; or vre will -pay the aburo reward
for information that may load to the recovery
of tho Money and Notes and the conviction
of tho robbers. AU persons are warned
against trading fur any notes or duo billa pay?
able to us; also against trading for an order
on the County Treasurer of Charleston, in
favor of Fetor B. Hedges, for *31l>; and oue
on the State Treasurer for $18. in iavor of -
Robinson. GEIGER &. MCGREGOR.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS HAYE BEEN
plaood upon our
And are offered at
To close them out.
Black and White GRENADINE SHAWLS
Satin. Striped, Milk and Wool SR AWLS,
Solid Colored Llama SHAWLS, (stylish;)
Black LACE POINTS, (real desirable.)
Every conceivable, alvie of PARASOL, (fjood
James* Cambric Pulling, iu quadruple, six
tuple lind OCtUplO.
Linen Sein, plain and embroidered.
Aug 15_R. C. SHIVER A- CO.
HEINITSH'S Great Blood Medicine-|
Uciuitsh's Chill Cure, warranted.
Hoiuiteh'e Gorman Horse Powder.
HeinilBh s Crimson Tetter Wash.
Ueiniteh's Taraud Wild Cherry Cough Cure.
Heinitah's Quaker Liniment.
Heinitsh's Stanley Cough Syrup.
Let tho i>eq$U) try tboin. Thuy stand or fall
upon thn'Tftrdict of the people.* To thia test
tire proprietor invites thu searching discrimi?
nation of all. For salo only at
HEINITfc H'S Drug Store,
July 7 t Opposite Phuinix ofllco.
Health of Horses, Mules, Cows.
SICKNESS and death ot Block ie one of tho
greatest discouragements of tho farmer.
Tue cause of their duath may be beyond our
coutrol, but very many caaos, indeed, niue
casca out of ton, the disease may bo traced
to Indigestion, Derangement of the Rowels,
Debility. Where th?B id the caso, wo alwavs
have a remedy at baud: HEINITSH'S GER?
MAN HORSE POWDER. With Ibis groat
horse medicino you aro protected from loss.
For Weakness,* Indigestion, Over-worked
Horses, no better preventive medicine eau be
given. Trv it. For aalo only bv
E. H. "HKINITSH,
July 7 t Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
OFFICE OF COUNTY ACOITOII, RICHLAND CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 2S, iS7l.
?N pursuance of au Act of tho General As?
sembly, at ita last seasion, my office iu Co?
lumbia will be open, on and utter lat day of I
July next, to August 20, to receive the returns
of Personal Property of the tax-payers of this
County for tho jear 1871. Blanks can ho ob?
tained at this office, iu the Court House.
Tax-payers aro required to enter on blanks
all transfers or purchases of real catate, und
also all im w buildings erected since lasl return.
Where tax-payers neglect to make their re?
turns, tho Cou?ty Auditor is compelled, by
law, to charge them with tho return of thu
previous vcar and add lift v per cent, thereto
as penalty. M. J. CALNAN,
Juno 2'J Auditor Richland County.
ICE COLD \ SOD A W ATEE with
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS, can be
obtained at MCKENZIE'S SA
LOON. Try it.
Seegers ' Beer
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warrantent tobo so. March ll
Choice Family Elour.
BARRELS strictly choice. For tale
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN "
HAS DISTANCED ALL O THE KS,
AND is warranted tn do it again. For full
particulars, relative lo these machinen,
addresa Ki MORRIS,
June 18 3mo_Columbia. S. C.
DE. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
his patrons and the public gc- j
nerally that he has moved into
his new office, ovor*Duffie A Chapman's Book?
store, oppohito the Columbia Hotel, where he
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, ?'ll opc
ratious .niid work, of whatsoever kind his nro
fcBsion demands. Terms accommodating.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to tho uew
building, immediately South of
|Janney's Hall, ami, with a new
fstock of CARRIAGES, BUG
anu lino HORSES, uro prepared lo au
H wer all calls that may he made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, are invited to
(rive ns a eal!. Liberal advances made on
?tock loft for salo. BOYCE A LO.
W. H. BOTCE.
C. H. PETTISOILL._Jan 24
Livery and Sale Stables.
ESwifl continue tho bu
silicas heretofore con?
ducted by Agnew & Co., at thu old stands of j
tho lalo firm. His Omnibuses and Carriages
?Till convey passengers to and from tho Rail?
road Depts to the Columbia Hotel, the Niek
oraon House, or any part of tho city. Hu will
alan furnish Horses, Buggies, Carriages, Ac,
for biro on reasonable terms, and solicits I!:',
patronagoof the friends of the late linn.
Juno'.?H OWEN DALY.
BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS.
Julv 27 E. 110PK.
PURE LEAF LARD-"guarantrfl t'rictlu I
nure"--in barrels, hall barn ls, kegs nod
3,5 and 10 caddies, for sale at reduced prices,
by J OHS A ON K W ft SON.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Seer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is unadulterated.
New Books! New Books!! New Books!!!
DOMESTIC LIFE OF THOS. JEF?
FERSON. Bj his grand-daughtor, Sarah
N. Randolph. $2.60.
Reminiscences of Fifty Yearn. By Mark
'.At Last." A Chriatmaa ia tho Weat In?
dica. By Charles Kingsley, with many illua
ihe Lifo nf Horn ando Cortex. By Arthur
"Light and Electricity." By J. Tyndall.
Tho Coming Raco; or, Tho Now Utopia.
Six Boys. A Mother's Story. By tho Ame?
rican Tract Society. $1.25.
Tho Earthly Paradise. A Poem. By Wil?
liam Morriu. Three volumes. $4.50.
"Ernestine." By Qoorgo Sand. 75o.
Terrible Temptation, by Chan. Heado. 30c.
Alao, a largo ??lection of now Nov?la by tho
be.it authora, juat received and for Bale at pub?
lish erVprices, by BKYAN A McOARTEK.
Columbia Must Bo a Larger Business.
Extra Preparation for a Biff Trade.
HAVING nut our Retail Houeo in order, we
aro now prepared to ahow our cuatomerB a
FULL LINE OF GOODS, in cvory depart?
ment, which will bo largely roplouiabed by
every ?teamer with choice and seasonable
gooda, unrivalled for quality, ely lea and prices.
Ono of tho llrm ia now in New York looking
after tho iutoreata of our cualomcra. Wo in?
tend to exhibit, thia fall and winter, thc beat
?loch of gooda over oponed in Columbia, ut
prices to suit all.
Wo keep only atandard malte? of gooda di?
rect from manufacturera and importers, and
soil to o very one aliko, having hut ONE PRICE.
Our Wholeaalo and Carpet Room will con?
tain a choice stock of goods, in quality and
Big li- * of DOMESTICS always on band.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
W. D. LOVE.
B. II. McOn?Enr. Aug 9
THE Proprietor of the "LITTLE STORE"
lias just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of thc season. Call und ace, at
Tilly 27 C. P. .JACKSON'S, Matu Rt.
Native and Foreign Wines.
SOUPPKRNONQ, Concord, Sauterna, Cla?
ret, Champagnes, juat received and for
sale low, by_E. HOPE.
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF tho most approved styles, can bo ob?
tained at I. SULZBACHER'S establish?
ment, Main street, Columbia Hotel Row.
Sets and half sots in great varietv. Alao,
solitaire and olustor DIAMONDS. SPECTA?
CLES mid EYE-GLASSES to auit all ngoa.
Imported Ale and Porter.
C)pr CASKS-Piuts-best branda, in store
??O and for aale OEO. SYMMERS.
1^5, UTA BAGA,
For sale by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
July 20 3mn _ Opposite Columbia_Hotel.
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES !
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
. ? ?
PLUMBING, ROOFING,GUTTERING, and
all work in this Hue, put up to order
and ready for eulo at the
OA 110 LIX A M A X ? FA C TO HY.
Call at either bouso-Columbia or Newberry
Il EN H Y H. BLEASE,
March 22 t_Propriotor._
Q. R. D.
THE season is at band when tho human
tamil)' is more nflheted than during any
other part of the year. The sun's rays acting
upon tho decayed vegetable and animal mat?
ter, poisons the atmosphere, and produces
mauy (Reorders of the sjbtem-Chills and Fc
vor, Bilious Complaints, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, Cholera Morbus, Cram pa and Ch ol ic, etc.
Heine tho system requires an invigorating
and tonic medicine, that will brace up its
shattered torces, and enable thc organa to
porform their proper fund ions. For this pur?
pose we would recommend tho uso of HE1N
rJSH'H QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
For Dyspepsia aud Woak Stomach.
For tho Liver and Kidneys.
For Couch? and Sore Throat.
For tho Lunga and Spitting of Blood.
For Weakness and General Debility.
For loss of Appetite. For Sick Headache.
For Diarrlm a mid Dysentery.
For Fever and Ague. For Dillons Fever.
For Cholera Morbus and Cramps.
For Palpitation of the Heart.
For Broken Down Nervous System.
For Neuralgia und Rheumatism.
For Purifying the Blond.
IlKI.ViTSirS <U'KEN'S DELIGHT
The peopio improve of, and physicians sanc?
tion its use, because it is a good medici no,
Take nu other medicino, lt is a spring iuvi
goralor, a Hummer tonic, a purifying beve?
rage, admirably adapted to ali conditions,
mule and female-grown persons and chil?
dren at thiH particular season. Be suro and
call at lleinitsb'a Drug Store and get a bottl
of his crest medicine.
Prepared only by P.. H. HKINITSU,
May alt t Druggist and Chemist.
North Carolina Corn Whiskey.
PT/A BARRELS of superior quality fur sale
DU hy ibo barrel. E. HOPE.
Foreclosure of Mortgage,
D. C. PEixoiTO & SON, Auctioneers.
BY virtue of tue pow?r, duly conforrad upon
tho Citizens' Havings Bank of Columbia,
hy tho Columbia Oil Company, to foreclouo
tho mortgage of the Baid Columbia Oil Com?
pany to the said Citizens' Savings Bank of
Columbia, and to enter upon and to sell all
and singular the mortgaged premises herein?
after described, for tho purposo of satisfying
their debt; the Baid mortgage is hereby de?
clared to bo foreclosed, and thu said Colum?
bia Oil Company forever barrod of all claim
or equity of redemption in tho promiBoa; and
under the samo power aa aforesaid, the under?
signed will sell, at publio auction, before tho
Court House, at Columbia, on tho lirst MON?
DAY in September next:
All that certain lot of LAND, situate and
being in the city of Columbia, in the County
of Richland, and State of South Carolina,
consisting of ono Bquare in eaid city, con?
taining four acree of land, more or less, and
bounded by Wheat, Rico, Lincoln and Gads?
den streets, with all the bnildiugs and erec?
tions on Baid lot of laud, now uecd for tho
purposes of an Oil Mill, and all tho Engines,
Oil Presses and machinery of any kind what?
soever, in and upon said premises.
Terms caBh. W. MARTIN,
President Citizens' Savings Bank of South
_Carolina._August ll t
Fall and Winter Importation-1871.
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, GATOR & CO.,
IMPORTERS and jobbers of Bonnet, Trim?
ming and Velvet RIBBONS, Bonnet Silks,
Satius and Velvet?, Blonds, Nette, Crapes,
Ruches, Plowers, Feathers, Ornaments, Straw
Bonnets and Ladies' Hata, trimmed and un?
trimmed. Shaker Hoods, Ac.
237 and 230 Baltimore street, liattimore, Md.
Offer the largest stock to he found in this
couutry, and unequalled in choico varioty and
cheapness, comprising the latest European
novelties. Orders solicited and prompt atten?
tion given. _Aug ll 12*
Mon. l'?tful Invention of theAge!
THE FAN AND FLY DRIVER!
INVENTED BY F. M. HUNT.
PATENTEO M A nen 21, 1871.
THIS Machino, which is now offered for
sale, surpasaos any of ita age. It is use?
ful, cheap and durable. Any boy or girl can
operate with it. For tho table, it has not an
equal. For tho sick room, it stands unrival?
ed. For tho nursing mother, its intrinsic
value ia inestimable; as it fans to rest the
little darlings, and keeps them freed from
trouble. No family Bhould he without ono.
As a labor-Having Machine, it saves the biro
of one servant. As an investment, there is
nothing ever offered to the publio in which an
activo, energetic man can mako more money
at. It is the Machino for tho times. $1,000,000
worth will bo sold. Any man with ordinary
eu orgy can make from $15 to $100 per week,
clear "of all oxpenses. Can ho seen at I.
Snlzbacher'a Jewelry Store.
Agnnt for Richland County,
July 23_P.O. Address, Columbia.
DR. S. P. FANT'8
IS composed of the best Anti-pe?
riodic Tonics known to tho medical
profession. Tho addition of certain
ingredients has completely dis?
guised tho taste of tho Tonic prin
oiplo as to render it palatable, oven
to the most fastidious.
It augmenta the energy of tho vital func?
tions, exerting a powerful influence over tho
digestive, assimulative, sauguiniferouB and
ne i vens systems.
It proves salutary in tho debility conse?
quent upon all malarious diseases, violent
bodily or montai exertion, in weakneas of the
constitution of both sexes, in nervous vertigo,
head-ache, tic-doloreux, and many local
pains, dependent on delicieut energy in the
nervous system. It aleo possessen laxative
and alterative properties, and will remove all
biliousness from tho stomach, increase tho
appetite, and invigorate the whole system.
Prepared cory hy S. F. PANT,
Newberry, S. C.
For sale at W. C. FISHER'S
New Drng Store,
Opposite Columbia Hotol,
August 9 fimo_Columbia, 8. C.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $1 per volume.
Memories of Pat mos. By MacDaff. $2.
The Conservative Reformation and its The?
ology. By Rev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. $5.
The Unseen World. Bv Rev. Dr. Stork. SI.
Pink and Whito Tyranny. By Mra. Harriet
Beecher 8towe. $1.50.
Her Lord sud Master. By Florence Mary
att. 50 cents.
Won, not Wooed. By the author of Bred in
tho Bono, Ac. 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. By Charles Reade.
Uniform edition of Graco Aguilor'e Works,
such aa Mother's Recompense, Yale of Cedars,
<rc, at $1 por volume.
Tho shove hooks sent to any address, post
paid, on recoipt of price
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
August 1 Booksellers.
The Georgia Gin.
THIS it tho third season we have sold these
GINS, and have never had a single oom
plaint. We offer them with renewed confi?
dence, at moderato prices and reasonable
terms. L?RICK Sc LOWRANCE, Agts.,
July 18 2mo_Columbia, g. C.
FRESH AND COOL!
W E open this day a frosh lot of
Direct from first hands. Having no old stock
to work off, wo show new and freak Goods, at
Bull Times Prices.
We ask especial attention and examination
of our low price
Remember, tho only placo in the city to pro?
cure these desirable Knuds is at
PORTER & STEELE'S.
_June H _
Free Soup everyday, at ll o'clock, at POL?