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' V?reitfu ACairti
. NOON DESPATCHES. -
ANOTHER PAYMENT OF WAR INDEMNITY
SPANISH AMNESTY-YIULENT DISCUSSION
IN THE FRENCH ASSEMBLY--THIERS*
' TERM-MEMBERS OF TUE LEFT TO RE?
SIGN, AU , AO.
VERSAILLES, August 30.-lu tho As?
sembly, to-day, there was a full attend?
ance of Deputies, sad tho galleries were
crowded ia expectation of decisive action
on the prolougutioo of Thiers* powers.
Rivet announced that tho special com?
mittee had agreed to receive the amead
meut proposed-by Du faire to tho decree
reported by thom on Monday. It was,
therefore, announced that tho Govern?
ment would aacept tho decree. Loud
protesta were muds by members of the
Left. Numerous ameadmeats which
had been proposed to the meosnro ?vere
withdrawn. The excitement ia the
chamber during these proceedings was
. PAMS, August 30.-Bien Public an?
nounces that the payment of tho third
instalment of half a milliard francs was
MADRID, August 30.-A decree of am?
nesty has been promulgated. It applier
to all political otieuous committed ic
Spain. Tho proamble recites that thc
Government is well aware of the power
leanness of its adversaries, and of its OWE
abilities to repress all revolts.
VERSAILLES, August 31.-'fina discus
sion.of-the proamble whereby the As
sembly assumes constituent powen
proved tumultuous. While Baragoot
was speaking, Testeliu shouted, "Yoi
Hoked tho Emperor's corte?.!" A violen
scene of ten minutes' daratioa wai
dosed by the Presideut putting on hi
bat. Gambetta opposed the asaumptioi
of constituent powers,-dedaring that b
would not accept even a republic fron
the proscrit Assembly. Filially the pre
amblo assuming constituent powers wa
adopted by 438 to 227. The subject o
a dissolution of tbe Assembly is settlo
for the present. A caucus held by th
extreme left, Gambetta presiding, shows
the party so divided that it was deter
mined to abandon the issue.
PARIS, August 31. -It is reported tut
tbe Deputies of the left will resiga ia
body. The ooaservative journals ar
satisfied with the progress made for th
prolongation of Thiers' powers. Th
radical journals blame the Govern met
for not giving any consideration to th
people in assuming ooastitueut powers
TtON OF INTERNATIONAL LAW-IDBNri?
CATION OF THE ROD Y IN THE TRUNK
? MEXICAN NEWS-RED BMP ITO N OF ti'is
ACUIDBNTS AND HOB ROBS-MISSISS1F
AND VIRGINIA CONVENTIONS-YELLO
FEVER, AC, AC.
KINGSTON, August 21.-An earthqual
was felt yestorday. No damage. Tl
Suffolk is laying a cable from Trinidi
to Demarura. The Dacia is laying
cable from Barbadoos to St. Vincent.
BOSTON, August 30 -Surgeon-Gonei
Dale's recent refusal to con (inn a ho moe
pathio doctor os brigade surgeon iu t
State'militia wus strongly deuouueed
a meeting of the Massaunasetts Hornee
pathio Medical Society, held to-day, ai
a committee appointed tb influeuce Gc
Olafltn to over-rale the decision. .<
. NEW YORK, August 30.-The soboorj
Julia E. Galvige, from Jacksonville 1
Boston, sixteen days out, lust part of L
dook load, oa tbe 20th, ia a heavy Norl
SAVANNAH, August 31.-The neg
crew of a British bark mutinied. T
captain shot ono slightly. Ou arrivi
at Darien, the captain was imprison
by negroes, at that place, but wus sab
quontly released, aad is now here. T
case will be submitted to the Brit
Minister at Wushiugton.
JACKSON, MISS., August 31.-1
Dowd is Chairman of the Republic
WASHINGTON, August 31.-Tho W
consia Republican Coovedtioa noi
nated Gen. Wash bur no for Governor u
M. H. Petit for Lieutenant-Govern
Tho balanco of the State officers w
re-nominated. Tho resolutions eade
Tho mail steamer Constitution, fr
San Francisco, is four days over-dui
Jamaica. Apprehensions aro felt c
Earthquakes occurred at Vulparr.
on the 1 Uh and at Santiago on the 31
The body in the trunk hus finally b
* identified us Abc? Bowlesley, of Put
son, N. J. Tho teeth iu a peculiar p
tioo, a vaccine mark and a mole i
make the identification complete,
bandkorchiof marked A.. A. Bowlet
was.found at Dr. Rosenzweig's residei
Customs for the week ending on
A private despatch from Capt. Hi
reports tho wreck of the Jun tata, fi
New Orleans for Philadelphia. 1
, crow was saved.
Mexican advices, via Matamoras, :
reseat the olectiou of Juarez moro do:
fol tbaa ever. Revolutions aad diBti
anees are threatened throughout
KEY WEST, August 31.-Tho Btoa
Glyde, which arrived oa Sunday, ext
eoced heavy gales. The stoumor J
siesipp) is a totul wreck, soveaty n
above Gape Florida. Tho steamer ?
toz, which took the Mississippi's pas
gets to New Orleans, had ber deck
washed ashore. Tho captain aud fh
the crow of tho wrecked bark Le
from New York for Now Orleans, I
arrived at Capo Florida.
The President is hore, bat dopart
morrow after a Cabinet mooting. R
son, Fish and Cresswell are hero,
lano is ex poe tod.
Tho Navy Department has a desrj
that tho Severn coaled btistilv, yeste
afternoon, nt Key West, aud put r:
the reson? of tho passengers and cn
NEW You::, August 31.-The' steamer
Java ruo down the Auueta, from Porto
mouth. Ooo was saved anti .eleven lost.
The Java cac?ped with the loss of her'
top-mast and fifty feet of sail.
HALIFAX, August 31.- Six boats start?
ed for tho four oared contest. It was
a splendid race. The Taylor Wiuship
crew won the raoe by three lengths. The
Paris crew came in second; the Coulter
Biglin crew third.
ST. LOUIS, August 31.-Ground has
been broken for the St. Louis and Cairo
three foot road, to bu completed iu two
Indian depredations in Arizona con?
KEV WEST, August 31.-The Jnniata,
lightened of a portion of her cargo, float?
ed around here all right.
WASHINGTON, August 31.-The Trea?
sury Department anuounoes tho absorp?
tion, through tho ageuoy of Jay Cooke
& Co., of 8200,000,000 ot five pur aunts.
The Secretary of tho Treasury will, to?
morrow, announce his readiness to pay
off, in gold, the tirst serien of the S LOO, -
000,000 of bonds of 1862, und 820,000,
000 of the registered hoods of the same
issue. After the first day of December, .
interest on the above bauds censos.
Probabilities-Clear und cool weather
is probable for to-nigbt from Now Eng
laud to Georgia and thu Obio Valley;
clearing and olear weather ou the lukes;
looal and light winds and increased tem
perature for Friday over the same region;
falling barometer and Southerly winds
from Lake Huron to Tennessee and
Westward to the Missouri.
NEW YOEE, August 31.-An inmate of
the Blackwell insane usylum dangerous?
ly wounded Dr. Parsons, thu resident
physician, with a table knife.
Walter Conkling, of Patterson, N. J.,
connected with the Bowlesloy affair, has
suicided. Bail was refused in thu case
of Dr. Perry and Madame Vaubuskirk,
the alleged abortionists. A writ ot
habeas corpus was issued for Dr. ltosen
The MoGee arrested at Troy is a bro?
ther of the victim of the late fire.
A serious flood in the Delaware River
is destroying much property and threat?
ening a suspension of travel.
Eliza McCarty died from an attempt
JACKSON, MISS., August 31.-A roso
lutiou wus adopted by the convention
eudorsing Aloom. Lieu tenant-Governor
Powers was appointed ohairman of the
State Executive Committee.
A party of soldiers fired into a party
of citizens in Meridian. A soldier stand?
ing with the citizens was killed. Two
citizens were knooked down. Tho citi
z ns did not return the fire.
RICHMOND, August 31.-Tho resolu?
tion ?uvitiug Gov. Walker to a seat in
the convention was reconsidered, and
passed after a spirited debate.
CHARLESTON, August 31.-Arrived
brig Delphouio, Now Orleans, in distress;
schooner Jameson, from Richmond for
Galveston, disabled; steamship Cham?
pion, New York.
No new cases of yellow fever to-day.
But two of the old casos proved fatal.
AN ALLIGATOR Sion*.- A. Southern
correspondent of the New York Journal
of Commerce writes: ; fj ti
A young Euglishman, representing a
Birmingham hardware house, owning
the Mobile branch, started out with two
friends on a fishing und hunting expedi?
tion on the bay, very near Mobile. In
tho course of the day they saw an im?
mense alligator sunning himself on a log.
One of the party shot the reptile through
where the brain ought to be, and it
rolled over as if dead. The merchant
insisted upon taking it homo, to "stuff,
I you know, und send it to England."
They managed, after considerable effort,
to roll it into the boat, aud although the
boat was fifteen feet long, the alligator
was a little longer. The Englishman
Bat aside of his trophy aud commenced
to row the boat home, assuring his com?
panions that he would make thom opon
their eyes in Mobile and Birmingham at
tho sight of such n monster. Meantime
the alligator slowly recovered from his
stupor occasioned by tho bullet in bis
bruin, lilted his bond, took a survey of
tho situation, opoued his jaws and made
a break for his captor. Q nckly seizing
a spread umbrella from tho baud of a
companion, he thrust it into the mouth
of his prize. The alligator became
frightened ami gracefully slid overboard,
uuarly upsetting the boat. When asked
to go alligator h'.iuting, tho merchant
persists in answering thnt he has not
lost any alligators.
SILENT INFLUENCE.-Wo are tonohing
our fellow-beings ou all sides. They are
affected for good or for evil by what wo
ure, by what we say and do-even by
what we think and fool. May flowers
in the parier breathe their fragrauco
through tho atmosph?re. Wo are eaoh
of us as silently saturating the atmos?
phere about us with the subtle aroma of
our character. In tho family circle, bo
sides and beyond all tho teaching, the
daily life of each parent and child mys
teriously modifies the life of every per?
son in tho household. Tho same pro?
cess on a wider scale is going on through
tho community. No mau liveth to hiui
solf and no man dietb to himself. Others
uro built up and strengthened by our
unconscious deeds; others may be
wronched out of their places und thrown
down by nn unconscious influence.
In the midst of a heavy shower, dur?
ing a prolonged storm, a little miss was
obsorved nt thu window, crying biltorly.
"What is tho matter?" sho was asked.
"I'm'fraid." "There's nothing here to
hurt you; what are you afraid of?"
"'Froid of Noah I"
A correspondent of thu Aberdeen
(Miss.) Examiner, writing from Coriuth,
Miss., says that "Radicalism is almost
extinct in tho Counties of Tishomingo,
Alcorn and Prentiss, and tho carpet-bag?
gers have almost nil gone homo."
. A'bel lo .at the seaside hus explained to
a World repot tor why so many wooten
ut tbe watering plucks .nre uoco.iupauied
by children"Those children "are'bur?
rowed and hitod. Woman comes bore
to brrndmir* d. Do you blame ber for
adopting till |,Uo little rusuSjher ingenuity
will suggest, in order to bullio ber rivals
and attract tue men? If she is y ung, and
isacco ni pained by ^ child, the niusouhue
mind rofl eta' that ehe ie affectionate.
Nothing is so admirable to tbe masculine
mind as affection. It must have its
women and its steaks tender, and then
the world moves aright. Then, children
are the pure steps that lead to flirtation.
You can stop and talk to the ohild when
?ou would uot dare to address me; and
am touohed by your interest in the
iufant. Nothing, believe me, is so ac?
ceptable to the feminine mauro os sym?
pathy. You present the child with
flowers daily, and I wear them ,,in my
bosom, so that the little angel will not
destroy them. Thus is the puth of love
made smooth by inuoceuce."
INGENIOUS ROBBERY.- Missouri scoun?
drels ure ingenious iu their robburi? s
Two smooth-faced youths neur Green?
ville, wishing to plunder an unfortunate
1 nub tn m who had just been paid about
8100 wuges for hard work, one of them
attired himself as a wumau, und the
other put ou a pair of whiskers, and
claimed to bo Justino of the Peace. The
tl i ber ni un was gotten drunk; the boy in
temi niue attire muda love to him; thu
Celt was smitten, and asked to be mar?
ried. He gave all his money to his bndu,
uud then went tu sleep. His wife
changed her costume, and so did thu
justice, and both helped the sober Irish?
man to look for hts money, us may be
supposed, all ia Vain.
Tho cholera is in Paris. Six deaths,
resulting from that terrible disease, are
reported in that city. Making its way
u?rohS Europe, it is now pressing on
to the seaboard bordering on thu At?
Kl NAN lil AL. AND CO.Il ill KllCIAl..
LONDON, August 31-Noon.-rConsols
93)<. Bonds ?3.
FRANKFORT, August 31.-Bonds 95%
PARIS, August 31.-Rentes 56f. 20o.
opened Arin-np landa Urleaus
LONDON, August 31-Evening.-Bouds
U3#. Bullion decreased JJ31?.U00.
LIVERPOOL, August 31-Evening.
Cotton closed quiutaud steady-uplands
Oilosus 9J??9??; ??h* 15,000
bates; ?peculation and export 3,000.
NEW YORK, August 31-Noon.-Stocks
strong aud steady. Gold firm but dull,
at 12%. Governments steady and strong.
State bunds dull but steady. Money
easy, at 3. Exchange-long 9J u'; short
9^u. ; Flour dull and deoliuiug. Wheat
quiet und heavy. Corn dull und un?
changed. Pork dull, at 13 62(a) 13 75.
Lard heavy. Cottou quiet aud steady
uplands 19^; Orloaus 19%; eales 1,000
bules. Freights very firm. .
7 P. M.-Cottou statement for tho
year-receipts at all ports 3,986.074
bales; exports to Great Britain 2,376,
805; to tho oontinent 788,893- Cuttou
?utive but closed quiet; Halo* 3,171 bales
uplands 19%; Orleaus 19%. Flour dull
and favors buyers. Whiskey 98|j?@94.
Wheat lo. lower. Corn l(er)2c. tower.
Pork lower, at 13.50? 13.62. Lard lower
-kettle 9;?J. Wall street exhibited in?
creased strength and activity, with a
general upward movement, on the stock
exchange. The announcement calling iu
$100,000,000 bf the bonds of 1862 caused
firmness in mousy; supply large and (un?
changed. Sterling quiet. Gold 12%(72?
13. Governments quiet but strong.
States dull-T?nnessees 75; new 74%.
Virginias 62; new 70. Louisianas 65;
new 60; levees 71; 8s 83. Alabamas
1.00; 5s 67. Goorgiua 82; 7s 8!). Ndrth
Carolinas 44.14 ; ueW 25. South Caroli?
nas 70; new 57%.
ST. LOUIS, August 31.-Flour, corn
and whiskey quiet. Pork steady. Ban?
eon in good jobbing trade-shoulders
CINCINNATI, August 31.-Pork nomi?
nal. Lard drooping. Bacon quiet and
weuk. Whiskey 9U.
LOUISVILLE, August 31.---Provisions
quiet, and steady.
WILMINGTON, August 31.-Cotton
steady-middling 17; receipts 87 bales;
sales 17; stock 534.
GALVESTON, August 31 -Cotton firm
good ordinary 17; receipts 214 bales;
sales 1,200; stock 11.415.
NORFOLK, August 31. - Cotton quiet
low middling 171^? receipts 27 bales;
sales 20; stnek 327.
NEW ORLEANS. August 31. - Flour quiet
-supertitle 4.50; double 5 75; treble
0 00(^612. . Pork dull-mess 13 87(1?;
14.00. Sugar firmer, at ll%(n)l2. Whis?
key quiet-Western rectified firstname.lastname@example.org.
Others unchanged. Cotton quint and
steady-low middling 18?4@18%; re?
ceipts 3,098 bales; sales 500; Block
BOSTON, August 31.-Cotton dull
middling 19??; receipts 67 bales; sales
200; Btock 800.
PHILADELPHIA, August 31.-Cotton
firm-middling 19??($?9>?; receipts
AUGUSTA, August 31 -Cotton in fair
demand-middling 17%'@18; receipts 25
bales; sales 60.
BALTIMORE, August 31.-Flour steady
and in fair demand. Wheat easier.
Cora firm. Provisions and whiskey un?
changed. Cotton quiet-middling 19;
receipts 68 bales; sales 195; stork 850.
MEMPHIS, August 31.-Cottou active
MOBILE, August 31.-Cotton quiet and
Armor-low middling 18.!^; receipts 30
bides; soles 50; stock 3 0??.
CHARLESTON, August 31.-Cotton quiet
-middling 18; receipts 310 bales; aides
25; stock 2,252.
SAVANNAH, August 31.-Cotton irregu?
lar-low middling 17 r.i(o)17 j (j ; receipts
55 bales; stock 3,402. '
Citizens' Bavings Bank of B. C.
A LL HAVINGS DEPOSITS marlo in thia
J\. bank on or b?-fore, the 6th day pf oaeh
dui? n dar month ?rill bear, internat fut- that
mouth as ii deposited on tho 1st imitant.
J. C. Ii. HUI PH, ."
Ropt 1 4 ' Aasiatant Cashier.
American Club Fish.
>^f^F^-f9 A DELICIOUS rehab: bettor
and much cheaper than SardinoB. For ealu
by b. HOPE.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween DENT & HEIDT ia thia day dis?
solved by mutual consent.
J. M. DENT,
Bent 18 _H. G. HEIDT.
R? A; PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
6Ten'rai Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCER-CharhtBton-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, Preaidout Pank of Charleston;
W. B. Smith, Km]., Preaident Union Bank of
Charlcaton: Hobart Adner, Ena,., B. C. ProsB
loy, Eaq. Newberry, 8. ?.-Bob't L. MoOaugh
rin, Pruaideut National Ban!: of Ncvrberry.
Oheator, H. C.-Items. UoAliloy ft Brawley.
Special attontiun Riven to tho consignment
and salo of COTTON, Dried Fruit, Ac.
Rapt 1_ -Imf
OF MISS OLIVIA H. MCGOWAN'S
s ch 'ml will bu roauiucd THIS (Fri?
day) MOHN1NQ, Heptemh<>r let.
? Tho services of a superior Writing
Master havoboon a>'uurcd, without
additional charlo to tho Bidiolara.
Terms reasonable. Monthly payments re?
quired. For further particulars inquiro of
MISS O. B. Moll ii WAN,
Sept I Principal.
FIVE MILCH COWS for anio.
Apply North-east corner of Laurel
und Bull h tree ts.
A?K at a__
OAK. HICKORY and PINK, hy the cord.
Delivered at rcaidencea at lowest cash
prices. Ordern cue ho li ft ut tho Greenville
und Columbia Railroad Office.
AUK 2V JOSEPH CREWS.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING QUODS
.1 Specialty iciili Us for the Season.
XN view of tho yellow fever beinjj in Charlen
ton, preveuting a largo .number of huyera
from visiting that city for their full stock, wo
have thia day telegraphed our partner in Nen
York to buy very largely of such Qooda as
aro usually jabbed in Charleston-aa Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Capa, Mil?
linery and Straw Gooda. Our third floor will
bo devoted to wholesaling entiroly, and we
shall oller Goods at fuir pricoa, and in larger
quantities than ever aeon in this place before,
and on timo to approved names. Merehauts
will pienso rem.'iuber that none of these lim a
aro new to ua. Wo havo; with short inter
miasion, dealt largely in all these Qooda for
Tho lady renders will remember that ut this
house a Dross can bc bought from the Qncat,
drat class Drcsa Goods stock in tho South,
cat and made to tit, and guarantee it, or cut
and made by meaauro sent by mail. Tho
nowoat stylo French Bonnet or Hut can be
hid here. The boat and prettiest Shoes herc.
lu fact, wo chum for our bouae that it ia "the
place" of the South to get the beat at the
least price. R. C. SHIVER. & CO.
tyar AU papers in tho State, except in
Charleston, Beaufort, Cnllotou and Marlboro
will copy one timo, and forward bills at once.
WE ask of buyers an examination of thc
California Port Wine.
O. P. Gardner'* North Carolina Corn.
Suit'a, lh.")i;, Rye.
Old Virginio diados.
Pure Cognac Brandy.
These arc all standard gooda, and wc havo
put thc pi ices right doini to the bottom. Maa,
cheap gouda of all grades, tho qualify and
prices of which will certainly please the buyer
and save bim money.
Aug 27 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
\VR guarantee lo save clubs
I?tr~r5^ usually buting nf the en-called
ifftfoJii Tl ' I real American Tea Company,"
IBM \=r ?J ?0 |'iur"ceiit ,di they make liku pur?
BjHfofj-teagJ ''lures fruin un. We have jllet re*
u i? o ....... ? . lot of rE \S, selected and I rh d
o?ro?ull) before pitrchasiiig, to which we ask
Ibu attention el' thu irado and consumers
AUK 27 L?RICK ,t LOWRANCE.
C. R. HOLMES,
Cotton Factor and Cominis. Merchant,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August ll! t'Snin
EDWARD R ARTHUR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 7 LAW RANGE.
WILL practico in tho Circuit and Probato
Conns of Richland and adj lining
Counties. July 12 f?lmo
PEAKE & MILES,
Factors and Gen. Com Merhcants,
Ojliee, Cen'ral Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
ItKt-'CitKN'.'Ks: ? Mounts. Jemes Ad ger -St Co.,
Chatleston, H. 0 ; lion. John P. King, Major
Ota?. T. Jackson, Augusta, On ; Colonel Ii. D.
Childs. J. p. Southern, Esij., E. Hope, Es<| ,
Columbia, S. C.
Sp?cial attention given to cnnsigutnciita ol
COTTON and other MERCHANDISE; and
orders for Yellow and Pitch Pino LUMBER
promptly and carefully filled.
II T. l'KAKK. K. SC ?TT Alli.PS.
Angil i 2ii I!
New shore Macktrei.
KITS, bair nial whole barrell, for sale low.
M TC. HOPE.
Rust Proof Oced Oats.
pf/\rY BIMHELS RUST PIIOOI- RED
OV /? " OA I'S for .Mlo bv
AH?tt EDWARD MOPE.
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE.
rTHlIU woll-known establishment in ia fall
1_ blast, and ko?ps np ita refutation fur the
host of everything in tito line of WET GOODS,
I'hoy carry out tho motto of "Goad articles
or ?uno V FAY?INGER & FRANKLIN,
August .H PnmrjotorB^
~ THE CAROLINA HOUSE .
Is onoo more open to tho pabho, ander
the superintendence of Mr. It. H AU HY.
Tho reputation of the house will bo kopi
np Anlast 31_
IN view of tho influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, o ccu sinned
by the prevalence of thu yoi
_Ilow fever in Charleston, the
propriuu.r til ROBE'S HOTEL bas concluded
to ru-upun bia establishment for the accom?
modation of the public at once, and therefore
withdrawa tho propuaals ho has heretofore
made fur its salo or leaso.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
as a flrat claaa house of entertainment, and
apeuial provision will bo made for tho comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriagr-H and an Omnibus will bo found at j
ovory arriving traiu. W. E. HOSE.
$ff Charleston Courier, Yorkville Enquirer
and (?reenvido Mountaineer substituto above
for advertisement now published, and insert
until further notice.
The Newest Goods,
WILL BE FOUND AT .
W. D. LOVE & CO'S
HAVINO opened during thc past len days
one hundred packages of goods, bought
in Now York at much less than regalar prices,
replenishing all thu departments to thu fullest
capacity, both wholesale and retail, we aro
now prepared to AU all orders from city or
Wo opened to-day twenty-five pieces of
CARPETS, in new and beautiful design*; 250
pairs of BLANKETS, including all qualities,
in white and colored. Notwithstanding the
very larine advance of 20 per cent, in tin so
goods, wu aro offering thom at lees prices
thau last year.
Will open in a few dave the boat etock of j
WOOL SHAWLS ever shown in Columbia.
Wo keep only tho beat makes of gooda,
direct from manufacturers and importera, and
have but ONE PIUCE.
"kadea aud Shade Holland?, io all widths
Some of our worthy competitors aro getting
rather uorvous on account of tho quantity ut
goods we aro receiving. Wo do not gut them
for their benefit, but for the benefit of our
We iuvite all to inapect oat Block, which
will bo shown freely.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Colombia Hotel Building,
W. D. LOVB. Maia streot.
B. lt. Mct'iiKF.nY.. _ Aug_25^
DR. 8. P. PANT'S
ls composed of tho beet Anti-po
^riodie Tonics known to the medical
profession. The addition of certain
ingredients has complote.y dh
guised tho taste nf the Tonio prin?
ciple aa to render it palatable, even
to thu mont fastidious.
It augments thu energy of tho vital func?
tions, exerting a powerful influe nee over the
digestive, a*.-imulati ve, sanguiuiferous and
It provea salutary iu tho debility conse?
quent upon all malarious diseases, violent
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of the
constitution ot both sexes, lu nervous vertigo,
head-acho, tie-doloreux, and many lucid
pains, dependent on deficient cnei gv in the
nervous system, lt also possessen laxativo
and alterative propert its, and will remove all
biliuusneua from tho stomach, increaro the
appetite, and invigorate the whole system.
Prepared enly by 8. F. FANT,
Newberry, B. C.
For sale at W. C. FISHER'S
New Drug Btore,
Opposite Colombia Hotel,
August 9 (lino Columbia. H. C.
Vegetable Blood and Liver Pills.
i'ure Me ! Pure Blood ! Pure Flesh !
AMUCH needed medicine, in all tropical
Climates, is a Blood Purifier and a Livor
Regulator. These PILLS combine the essen?
tial properties of au Invigorator of the Liver
and Purifier of tho Blood. The largest organ
in thu body is the Liver. It is tho groat 1
work-shop of tho body. When this important
organ duna not aot. tho skin becomes sal?
low; sick headache sets in, with chilly sensa?
tions; cold banda and feet; pain in tho hoad;
hectic fever; gaatric disturbance; vomiting-, a
feeling ol' weight in the regiun ot thu Liver; a
dry Cough. Among other symptoms of liver
derangement, nie soreness in th' region of
tho liver, across tho stomach, and beln.v tho
rilli?; oppressed stomach; face sometimes
flushed; feverishness in tho afternoon or at
night; drowsiness and indolence; nervous
w;uclitillness nt night; melancholy, blue
ilreams, commonly frightful; cheal oppressed
uni heavy; da ling pains in the abdomen;
fuiut no**; sighing; difficult and ?hort lin alfi;
pain in tho cuest, about the lungs, commonly
mistaken tur pleurisy; shifting pains, like
t'luao ot rheumatism; colics; sometimes a
short, sharp cough, with dryness ot throat;
unpleasant throbbing about the stomach; ex?
cess ot dandruff, and scurfy deposit on tho
akin; falling of thu hair; fulness and strailueaa
of (lui abdomen, with desire to loosen thu
clothing, sour stomach, with symptoms < f
dyspopeia; bilious colics; di arr lima; dysen?
tery; fevers; ob it ?nate constipation; intermit?
tent fevor, or fever and ague; jaundice; cot- ?
tivenesa and diart lm i alternately ; expi dera?
tion string.? and sticky ; foul mouth in the
morning, orten nausea and vomiting; dizzi?
ness; pain in tho right shoulder, sometimes
in slioulilcr-blada; inability to liu on luit suis;
hiccough; occasiunully, pain in loft shoulder
>eaaouablo uso of tho BLOOD AND LIVER !
PILLS, taken as directed, will always prevent
thia painful termination of tho disorder.
Thean Pills aro tor salu bv
EDWARD ?. HEINITSH,
August .HO f Clu mist and Drug?ist.
BOLS. NORTHERN HUSH POTA
a?J TOES. For salo low by
Align?t JJ JOHN AGNEW fe SON.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Alo. Why? They know it is unadulterated.
Imported Ale and Forter.
fr CASKS-Pints-best brands, in ?toro
.J and for aalo GEO. BY M ME RS.
Q/Y/V BARRELS FLOUR, fron euinmon
0\ Jv* to fl neat qua'i ties.
5 tit ree* Hams, nf tho celebrated ''Orango*'
md "Diamond" brands.
Smoked Beef, Smoked Beef Tongul s.
Pickled Boei Rounds.
Boasted Java Coffee, Mocha; Java, La
c; nay rn and Rio Coffees.
A full ?nil well-seleetod stock of fresh
I'F. AS aiiil ift her St apiti and Fancv Grocer i? s.
.'ur sale low . GEO SYMMKItj*.
Tho only fino Play! ij: Carns at Po?.iJ?c<cks
BY JACOd LEVIN.
THIS [Frida)] MORN INO, at 10 o'clock, I will
?e?], before my atoro, weather permitting,
MACON SIMES, UELLTE8,
Stripu, Canvassed nama,
Sugar, Flour. Mackerel,
And a variety of other articles. Sale, aa
u-ual, without reeorve. _ 8opt 1
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
D. C. PEIXOTTO dc SUN, Auctioneers.
BY virtue of tho powor, duly conferred upon
the Citizens.' Savings Hank of Columbia,
by tho Columbia Oil Companv, to foreclOBe
the mortgage of the said Columbia Oil Com?
pany to tho Baid Citizens' Kayinga Bank of
Columbia, and to enter upon and to sell aU
and aiugular the mortgaged premiaos herein?
after described, for the purpoao of satisfying
their liebt ; tho aaid mortgage ia hereby de?
clared to bo foreclosed, and tho aaid Colum?
bia Oil Company forever barred of all claim
or equity of redemption in the promiBOa; and
under tho oarno power aa aforeaaid, the under?
signed will Bell, at public auction, before the
Court House, at Columbia, on tho drat MON?
DAY in September n*xt:
All that certain lot or LAND, situate and
being in tho city of Columbia, in the County
of Iticbl&nd, and State of South Carolina,
conHiotiug of ono aquaro in said city, con?
taining fonr aerea of laud, moro or Ieee, and
bounded by Wheat, Rice, Lincoln and GadB
den streets, with all the buildings and erec?
tions on said lot of land, now unod for the
purposoa of an Oil Mill, and all the Engines,
Oil Proches and machinery of any kind what?
soever in and upon aaid premiaos.
Terms caab. W. MARTIN,
President Citizens' Savings Bank of South
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Cliar lesion, S. C.
_August 31 _4rao
We open this day a
nice line of early
of which we invite an
PORTER & STEELS.
Odd Fellows' Academy.
THE undersigned take pleasure
in announcing to their patrons
and friends, and to tho public go-'
uerally, that thia Institution will
bo re-opened on the firat Monday
in September next.
Pupils will be prepared by a thorough
courae of training for the South Carolina Uni?
versity, or any other institution of learning
in the country, for mercantile, or any other of
tho ordinary pursuits ot lifo. Their object is
to give to the citizona of Columbia a firat
[ claaa School, tba expenses of wbich will be
at the Bama time within reach of all. They
therefore respectfully call attention to their
RATES OF TUITION:
Academic Department, por month.$5 00
Primary " " " .4 00
Preparatory " " " .3-00
No pains will bo spared to give entire satis?
faction. J. J. McUANTS.
Align?t27 fl? R. H. OLARKMQN.
TJUTA BAG A,
For *alc by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
.Tniv 20 3mo Oppnaita Columbia Hotel.
NE W'S .
THE Proprietor of tho "LITTLE STORE"
has jual returned from Now York with a neat
Cheapest yet of thc season. Call and aee, at
Tuly 27 C. F. JACKSON'S. Main St.
The Georgia Gin
THIS ic tho third acaaon wo have sold thnco
GINS, and have never had & single com?
plaint. Wo offer thom with renewed confi?
dence, at moderato prions and retaonable
tarma. L?RICK .t LOWRANCE, ?Rta.,
< Jnlyl8 2mo Columbia. S. C.
North Carolina Corn Whiskey.
t*f\ BARRELS of auporior quality for sale
DI 9 by ?ho barrel._ _E. HOPE.
bmokad Beef and Tongues.
BUFFALO TONGUES and SMOKED BEEF,
for aale DT B,';HpPK.
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN
it AS DISTANCED ALL OTHERS.
AN J) la warranted to do it again. For full
particulars, relativo to these machines',
j iid.lrens V. MORRIS,
I June IS :lnio Colombia. S. C.