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Telegraphic?Foreign AflaJr?. ?
Beiilin, August 14.?A body of
Mennonites, oompriaing 100 families,
passed through here yesterday, en route
for tbe United States.
Paris, August 14.?Marshal Bazaine
arrived at Mayenoe yesterday from
Baele, and will go to Brussels via Co?
logne. Franco will make no demand
for his extradition.
Bazaino has arrived at Cologne,
where ho will remain a few days,
awaiting tho arrival of his children,
lie declares that only his wife and
brother-in-law assisted him to esoape.
Holland and Italy have recognized
Spain. b i
Madrid, August 14.?The Govern?
ment has thanked Germany for taking
the initiative in the movement for the
recognition of the Spanish republic.
All tbe nmbassadors have tendered
their congratulations to Serrano, both
upon the recognition of the republic
aud the success of Moriones in his at?
tack on the Carlist entrenchments at
A ministerial decree, embodying re?
gulations for tbo exeoution of a deoree
for the abolition of slavery iu Porto
Rico, is published to-day.
The Oarlists have out the railway
and telegraph line between Sarogossa
and this city.
London, Angust 15.?A special de?
spatch to the Times from North Spain,
stateBthat Marshal Zabola, with 24,
000 men and forty-seven guns, left
Miranda oa Thursday last, with a con?
voy for the relief of Letori, which
place is very closely beleaguered by
the insurgents. The Carliets oppose
his march at entrenched- positions at
Peubla. Gen. Moriones awaits the re?
sult of Zabola's movement, when a
united attack will be made upou tbe
OarlistB at Estell.
The Governor of the island of St.
Marguerite protests his innocence of
complicity in tbe escape of Bazaiue,
aud aoenses Col. Yillette, the Mar?
shal's aid-de-camp, of having perfect?
ed the plan of securing the flight of
the prieonor. Eight persons are now
in custody on suspicion of having aid?
ed tbe fugitive to esoape.
Montreal. June 15.?Fonr more of
the victims of the Sonth eastern rail?
way aoaident are not expeoted to re?
cover. Tho storm which caused the
accident was the most severe ever
known to have occurred iu Latton
township; although it only rained for
two hours, the whole valley, for eleven
miles, was inundated, and five railway
aud twenty highway bridges were de?
stroyed. It is thought a water spoat
bunt in the hills, as the rain could not
have produced so terrible a volume of
Hallo well, Maine, August 15.?
Dr. Baboook, of this city, aud Thomas
Sanborn, of Boston, were killed by
Gublph, Ont., August 15.?A man
named Hazel, mistaking a Miss Oalver
ior his own daughter, in company
with one Hurley, fired at the man aud
then at the woman. The first ball en?
tered Hurley's left eye and the second
Miss Oalver's mouth and passed oat
through her cheek. She fled, pursued
by Hazel, who tired again, shooting
her in the neck. Both viotims lie in a
very critical condition. Hazel fled.
Montgomery, Ala., Augast 15.?
This evening, on the Selma train, the
oondnctor ordered a negro ont of the
ladies' oar; on his refusal to go, the
oonductor took the negro by the arm
to foroe him out, when Busteed,
United States District Judge, took
sides with the negro, drew a pistol and
told him not to go. Busteed and the
negro then left the oar and soon re?
turned, with some twenty negroes, and
took possession. There were only
three ladies in the oar and one gentle?
man. Two white Bepublioans on the
train persuaded the negroes to return,
after they had possession of the car
for jomo time. Great indignation is
manifested at such oonduot on the
part of an United States Judge.
Cornwaiils, Bucks County, Pa.,
August 15.?A mechanics' excursion
train collided with a misplaced switch;
five killed and sixteen hurt.
Ithaca, N. Y., August 12.?An old
man, named Tabor, was stabbed this
afternoon, by a young man, named
Thompson. Tho latter married Ta?
bor's daughter last night, against the
will of her parents. After the mar?
riage, the girl returned to her father's
house. At noon to-day, the young
man went to Tabor's house and
claimed her, when an affray took
place, resulting as stated above. Ta?
bor is supposed to be fatally injured.
New Orleans, August. 16.?Tho
heat for the past week has been op?
pressive?tbe mercury during the day
reaching from 98 to 100 in the shade.
Sudden deaths are numerous, and
cases of sun-stroke are reported?five
fatal cases yesterday. Telegrams from
Monroe, Trenton, Furmersville, Baton
Rouge and Shroveport, La., Canton,
Oolbyville, Cnmden, Holly Springs,
Durant, Natohez and Meridian, Miss.,
and points in Tennssee, Arkansas and
Texas, report the cotton and corn
crops suffering from the long conti?
New YonK, August 15.?Thn we?Vly
prayer meeting half filled Plymouth
Church?mostly females. The busi?
ness meeting, after prayer meeting,
Resolved, That the Examining Com?
mittee be requested to make a report
at as early a date as possible, consis?
tent with the best interests of troth
The failure of Terri Brothers, lea?
ther dealers, is reported.
A Protestant Episcopal Church Con?
gress is to be held in New York in Oc?
tober. A number of distinguished
Southern clergymen have signified
their intention of being present;
among them the Bishops of Alabama,
South Carolina and Virginia. The
objeot of the Congress is for the frank
nnd courteous expression of different
views on the polity of the ohuroh, with
a view of udoptiug a general and
united church discipline. Bishop Pot
ter, of New York, will bo the President
of the Congress.
To-day's lYibune says: "Beeober's
oross-examination shows him as sur?
rounded by persons unworthy of trust,
whom ho implicitly trusted. Ho was
entangled in a not whose meshes he
shrank from breaking, becausoof scan
dal. It is n saddening exposition of
weaknois, where uu udmiring public
most looked for strength. The black?
mail feature scarcely helps Beeoher,
but falls like lightning upon his assail?
ants. It Bhows Til ton's attitude in the
business as touching the depth of in
fumy. To Moulton it is destruction.
Carpenter only escapes ou the ground
that he knew no better. Unless they
can promptly break the force of this
revelution, or disprove Beecher's ex?
plicit and, iu tho cross-examination,
detailed avermeut, tho whole pack of
his pursuers are plaoed by it beside
Woodhull, and need occupy the
thoughts of decent men or women no
moro forever." The Times say6:
"Whatever Mr. Beeober's statement
may do for hie own character, it cer?
tainly places tho character of some
of his quondam friends and confidunte
in a most nneuviable light. Beecher's
cross-examinution goes to show that
Tilton is not only it bud witness, be?
cause be vapors und threatens and in?
sinuates and drags iu irrelevant mutter;
but because ho lies under the taint of
pecuniury interest; nor, us the case
now stunde, is the attitude of Moulton
any more creditable. The worst fea?
ture of the case is that the discomforts
of these gentlomen may induce tbem
to afiiiot the public witb more of this
interminable tuugle." The H'orlu'snye:
"Beeober has spoken out like a mau
to men, and he deserves, as we have
not the least doubt he will receive, a
manly judgment at the hands of his
countrymen. As for the vermiu who
have preyed upon him, it is as unne?
cessary to dwell ou their moustrous
crime against society, as it is difficult
to see how that crime can be ade?
quately punished." The Herald says:
"Beeober has presented bis ease as its
best, and we oannot doubt but his
statement relieved the minds uf a vast
majority of those who read it, at most
as if the whole burdeu of reproach
were lifted away. It has cleared the
air wonderfully; and if some mists re?
main, this much is true, with Mr.
Beecher's absolute denial of tho
charges made, we are under an obliga?
tion to weigh the statement und
counter-statement by the relative cre?
dibility of the persons from whom
they oomo, nuless intrinsically there
are contradictious and inconsistencies,
whioh invalidate either statement, or
unless the statement* are invalidated
by the incompatibility of their general
declaration with the facts they admit."
The Sun says: "As to the charges of
Tilton and Moulton and Carpenter
and any alleged admissions to the man
who would hung a dog on the word or
oath of any of the three men who had
so much us tho smell of black-mail on
the hem of their garments, has no
manhood iu him. The community
cannot permit u man to be destroyed
by the testimony of character of snob
against Mr. Beeoher." Tho journals
generally accept Mr. Beecher's state?
ment as vindicating him from crimi?
nality, bat regret bis weakness.
Beeoher left for Peekskill, to-day,
and will not probably return before
October. At the parting reoeption,
with his oountenanoe lighted with joy,
bat with eyes filling witb tears. Bueuher
stood with Ins wife and received the
Saratooa, Aagust 15.?Tho first
raoo, ljg miles, was won by Picolo?
time 1.56. Second raoe, 1% miles,
Catesby won?time8.07%. Third race,
hurdle, was won by George jWest?
Washington, August 15.?A de?
spatch was received over the Soutn
American cable to-day, addressed to
the Seoretary of the Navy, annonnoing
the arrival of Roar Admiral Leroy, to
take command of the South. Pacific
station. It was dated to-day, aud re?
ceived at 10.30 A. M?showing extra?
Probabilities?Over tho South At
lantio and East Gulf Status, North?
east to South-oust winds and purtly
cloudy weather will prevail, with gene?
rally higher barometer aud slight
changes of temperature. Over the
West Gulf States, lower barometer,
slight changes of temperature, East tu
South winds, partly cloudy weather
and rain ureas.
New York, August 15.?Cottou
quiet; sales 5-12?middling uplands
17; Orleans 17,%. Sales of futures:
August 16 1-16, 16%; September 16
3-32, 16.%; October 15%, 10 1-32; No?
vember 15%, 15J-8; December 15%,
15%; January 15%, 15 1516; Febru?
ary 16. 10)^; Maroh 16. 16%; April
16.16 7-16. Pork firm?23.50, 23.75.
Lard quiet?steam 14%. Money 2
bid. Gold 9>.i. Exchange?long
4.87%; short 4.01.
7 P. M.?Bank statement shows
loans decreased Si,'250,OUO; specie de?
creased 3,333,000; legal tenders in?
creased n trifle; deposits decreased
4,333,000; reserve 2,250,000. Cotton
receipts 123. Futures closed easy;
sales 22,400: Aagust and September
16 1-32; October 15 25-32; November
15 21 32@15 11-16; Dooembor 15 21-32
@15 11-16; January 1511-16; February
15%(?)16 MC; Maroh 16 1-16; April
16 3-lG@16%. Cotton quiet; sales
542, at 17@17^. Flour dull. Wheat
lo better?1.27(^1.45. Corn firmer?
80@95%. Pork dull?23.75. New
lard 14 IMC. Coffee and sugar firm.
Freights firm?ootton, steam \>i.
Mouey offered freely, at 1X@2. Ster?
ling 1%. Gold stagnant, at U%@9%
I Governments active and strong. State
bonds quiet and nominal.
Baltimore, August 15.?Flour und
wheat unchanged. Corn dull and no?
minal?81@92. Pork 24.U0@25.00.
Bacon Shoulders 10. Cotton aull and
lowor?middling 16%; low middling
15%; good ordinury 14%; gross re?
ceipts 10; exports coastwise 60; sales
Cincinnati, August 15.?Flour inoro
firm?fumily firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn ?u fair
demand und higner?G6@63. Pork
nominally unchanged?23.00 asked.
Lard firmer?summer 13%(?il4; kettle
limited jobbing demand. Bacou
steady; small sales?shoulders 9%;
clear rib 12%; clear 13. Whiskey 07.
Louisville, August 15.?Coru quiet
and nuchuuged?74(?j82. Pork quiet
aud uuchanged?24.50. Bacon irregu?
lar?shoulders 'j!.c; clear rib 13; clear
Lard 10>^C?;16%. Whiskey 03.
Savannah, August 15.?Cottou quiet
aud unchanged?middliug 1G>4; re?
ceipts 73; exports to Great Britain j
2,062; coastwise 662; sales 18; stock
Charleston, August 15.?Cotlon
quiet?middliug 15%; low middliug
15%; good ordinary l4^j; net receipts
101; sales 50.
Mobile, Aug 15.?Cotton quiet and
uuchauged?middling 16; net receipts
7; exports coastwise 23; sales 75;
Boston, August 15.?Cottou quiet?
middliug 17|o; gross receipts 77; ex
potts to Great Britain 10; sales 150.
Philadelphia, August 15.- Cotton
quiet?middling 17%; net receqjts 30;
Augusta, August 15.?Cottou dull
aud a shade lower?middling 15,'.j ; re?
ceipts 74; sales 30.
Memphis, August 15.?Cottou quiet
and unchanged; offerings light?low
middling 16; receipts 51; shipments 4.
Galveston, August 15.?Cottou
quiet and steady?good ordiuary 14I j;
set receipts 35; sales 15.
St. Louis, August 15.?Coru dull
aud unchanged?63%(2>G5. Whiskey
steady, at 08. Pork steady?24.0U.
Bacon lower for order lots?clear rib
Wilmington, August 15.?Cottou
unchanged?middling 15%; sales 13.
New Orleans, August 15.?Cottou
quiet and nuchuuged?middliug 16%;
net receipts 21; gross 176; exports
coastwise 1,028; sales 250; stock 15.876.
Norfolk, August 15.?Cottou dull
and lower?low middling 15)b'. net rc
oeipts 220; exports coastwise 320; sales
100; stock 415.
London, August 15.?Street dis
disoount 5-16 below Bank. Eries 30.
Liverpool, Angust 15?3 P. M.?
Cotton quiet and unchanged?uplands
S%@8%; OrleuuB 8%<a}8.^; sales
16,000, including 6.2U0 American;
1,000 speculation and export; sales on
basis of middling uplands, uothiug
below good ordiuary, deliverable Au?
gust, October or November, 8ja(?j3%;
nothing below low middling, delivera?
ble September or October, p%.
Itrgulur Meeting City Council.
Columbia, S. C, August 11. 1874.
Council met at 8)2 P. M. Present?
His Honor tho Mayor, Johu Alexan?
der, and Aldermen Brown, Carr, Car?
roll, Cooper, Davis, Pugb, Purvis,
Simous, Thomas aud Wells. Absent?
Aldermen Griiliu and Swygert. Tbe
minutes of the last regular meeting
were read und confirmed.
petitions, commdnications, ac
Of K. E. B. Hewetsou, Supervising
Architect of New City Hall, calling the
attention of Council to tho condition
of the drains at the intersection of
Richardson and Washington streets;
referred to the Committee on Streets.
Of W. 8. Pope & Bro. et al.t butchers
of City Market, petitioning Council
to require of parties selling fresh bsef,
&o.i outside of Market duriug market
hours, to pay the same amount of li?
cense required of them; referred to tho
Committee on Market, to report by
resolution or otherwise. Of F. W.
Wing, asking that the city issue to him
a city note, receivable for taxes, for
amount due him on account of accept?
ance of P. S. Boatwright, contractor
of New Alms House and Hospital; re?
ferred to tho Committee of Wnys aud
Means. Of Johu Den isou. President
Vigilant Piro Engine Company, p<ay
ing for amont due his company by the
city; referred to tho Committee ou Fire
Department. Of Gabriel Young and
William Allen, city employees, asking
for amount due them by city; received
ns information. Of citizens of Sututer
street and vicinity, requesting Coun?
cil to abate nuisauce on said street;
referred to Chief of Police.
The following bills were preseuted
and referred to the Committee ou Ac?
counts: Fagan A Bros., iudigeut poor,
(2 bills;) G. S. Trezevaut, M. D.. ex?
amination of pauper lunatics; F. W.
Wing, Guard House; John Meighan,
Alms House; P. Cuntwoll, Street De?
partments; Julian A. Selby, printing
account; Independent Steam Fire Eti
giue Company, rent of hull.
Of City Treasurer for mouth of July,
1874, was read aud referred to the
Committee ot Ways aud Mcuuh, as
Waiter lt. Jonen, Citu Treasurer, in
account with City of Columbia,
Cr.?To balance from June,
1874 ..8 1,134 92
Bills payable, notes to sun?
dry persons. 23,471 25
Taxes from sundry persons:
Real estate. 1,1 2 58
Personalty. 377 84
Streets. 24 00
Pleasure carriages. 40 00
Water collections. 415 28
Special interest. 1,162 35
Penalties. 218 72
Licenses from sundry persons:
Business, (general morohun
diae.).$ 3.749 05
Tavern..*. 1,579 10
Qaart. 500 00
Special. 16 00
Wagons aud budges. 43 50
Dog collars.$ 10 00
Market collection v.. 41 05
Cn.?By Alms House to sun?
dry persona.$ C59 69
Hospital. 354 80
Indigent poor.. 1.628 60
Streut Departmout. 3,638 3*5
Police Department. 1,376 39
Guurd House. 391 03
New gas-lights. 1.619 60
Water Works Department.. 2.023 82
Bills pnyuble. 6,503 75
Interest account. 309 90
Water coutruot. 300 00
Contingent Fund. 167 50
Market. 15 70
Bull Tower. 12 50
Salaries. 1,017 86
Fire Department. 617 90
City Park. 25 80
City Money redeemed. 4,093 66
Mutilated Currency dest'ycd 5 10
New Alms House aud Hos?
pital . 188 45
Construction Fund. 6,000 00
Coupons redeemed. 1,479 75
Cash balance. 1,398 88
W. B. JONES, Ci'y Troueurer.
Tbo report of the Chief of Police,
for month of July, 1871, was read und
referred to the Committee ou Guard
House and Police.
The report of the Clerk of tbo Mar?
ket, for mouth of July, 1874, wns read
and referred to Committee on Market.
Aldermau Carroll, from the Commit?
tee on Accounts, reported buak the
following bills und recommended pay
nullit; adopted: Jno. T. Darby, M. D.,
bill for medical (services rendered city
policemen injured while iu discharge of
official duties; A. S. Hydrick, M. D.,
und B. W. Taylor, M. D , (4 bills.) ex
amiuution of pauper lunatics; Melton
& Clurk, bill of printing briefs in li
ceuse cases; Cooper A* Taylor, Hospi?
tal, Alms House, bell tower. Also re?
ported buck, for information, bill of H.
Mudden for street signs furnished by
Mr. Maddeu was request ml to state
upon whose authority the work wus
doue. He replied, upon the authority
of the Mayor and a majority of Coun?
cil; that the agreement was in his pos?
session, but not ou his person; where?
fore, ou motion of Aldermun Purvis,
the bill was referred back to the Com?
mittee ou Accounts.
The ordinance, introduced by Alder?
mau Carroll, to make coupons receiva?
ble for dues to the city, wus culled up
for a second reading. Aldermuu Browu
moved the i .definite postpoumeut of
the ordinance. The ayes aud nays were
called, which resulted as follows: Ayes,
six; nays, four. Those who voted in
tbo affirmative were Aldermeu Browu,
Pilgti, Purvis, StmoQs, Thomas and
Wells. Negative: Aldermeu Carr,
Carroll, Cooper and Davis. So the
ordiuauce was indefinitely postponed.
The ordinance, introduced by Alder?
mau Purvis, to amend an ordiuauce
entitled "Au ordiuuuoe to make appro?
priations fur tbo fiscil year commenc?
ing January 1st, 1874," was called up
for a second reading. Ou motion of
Alderranu Brown, it was passed to a
Tbo ordiuauce introduced by Alder?
mau Carroll, to repeal uu ordinance
entitled "Au ordinance to repeul an
ordinunce concerning beef cattle,"
passed December 4th, 18u*6, came up
on its second reading. Ou motion of
Aldermau Brown it was passed to u
Aldermau Purvis introduced the
following resolutions, which were
Resolred. That the Committee on
Ways uud Meaus he empowered to ne?
gotiate a lnuu of $7,000, (*t a rute of
interest not exceeding 1}? per cent,
per mouth,) to pay off the police force,
street and water works bauds, und to
furnish tho city stock.
Resolved, Thut tho Chief of Police
bo instructed to sell, at the Guard
House, on Monday next, at public out?
cry, the gray horse owned by tbo city.
Bill for furnishing medicines to the
Alms House, Hospital urn! boucfiuiuricH
of the city was presented to Council
by Dr. E U. Heimtsh, to whom tho
con I t aut wus awarded for one year
from August 1st, 1874, for the sum of
Proposals for doing the city printing
were presented by Union-Herald Pub?
lishing Company, L C Carpenter,
proprietor Columbia Union, und Julian
A. Selby, proprietor of Columbia
PHOENIX On motion of Aldermau
Pugh, tho contract wu?. awarded to Mr.
Selby, lie being the lowest bidder, us
follows: For publishing proceedings of
Council, $lU0; for publishing adver?
tisements emanating from City Clerk,
$150; for ull advertisements of city
olfioerx, other thuu City Clerk, ouo
balf of regular rules.
Proposals for burying the pauper
dead were presented by Fugau A:
Bros.; M. U. Berry and 1. Grioss
huber. Ou motion of Aldermau Pugh,
they wore referred back, with tho re?
quest to send iu bids moro explicit.
Ou motion of Aldermaii Thomm,
the City Treasurer was instructed to
receive wiudry election accounts for
Ou motiou of Alderman Pugh,
Council weut into uu election for City
Surveyor. Mr. George A Richmond,
having received u majority of tue votes
oust, was declared elected City Stir
vet or for two yours.
Ou motion of Aldermau Pu^b,
WALTER. R JONES, Cit.- Cierk.
Funeral Invitation. ??
Tbo friends and acquaintances of HUB.
M.MOORE, of Mr. M. McGuinnis and or
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoarn, are invited to at?
tend the runoral of tbo former, THIS AF?
TERNOON, at D o'clock, from her late resi?
dence, corner of Gervais and Assembly
streets. Services at the Gatholio Church.
Kerosene at 25c.
BEST quality KEROSENE, 110 fire test,
at rot&il, at 35o. per gallon, and whole?
sale at '20c. per gallon, at tho cash Btore of
Aug Hi JOHN AGNEW & SON._
Steelyards and Scale Beams.
A COMPLETE assortment of PATENT
?. SCALE BEAMS aud STEELYARDS
just roeoived and for salo at reduced prioos,
bv JOHN AQNRW & 80N.
PURPOSES resuming tho fx
orciaeB of her PR I MART
jgSCHOOL for Boys and Girls, at
her rosidence, on the oornor of
Lady and Bull streets, on MON?
DAY, October ,4 1874._
tu ?ugu S. Thompson, n,eq.
Attention, Ohicora Rifle Club.
YOU arc requested to attend a \
meeting at tbe Hall of the Pal?
metto Fire Engine Goinpany, on
MONDAY EVENING, the 17U1 in?
stant, at 8 o'clock. Business of|
importance, will como before tho
Club, aud a full attendanco is do- [
W. W. WILLIAMS,
Auir 10 Secretary.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 3,
Knights of Pythias.
the Regular Convention
twill be held in Odd Fol
ows* Hall, to-MORROW
Monday) EVENING, at 8
in attendance at s\ o'clock.
^KJB^ AnglGl K.oflt. A s^
stolen from tbo subscriber, on
Tucsdav night, tho 4th Augaet, a
_jLadios' SMALL GOLD WATCH. It
hau uu crystal, it wound with a short ended
key; tbu outside case is tljwered?the iu
Bido caao is checked?numbered 1G46.
W. W. MOORE,
Wodgeflold, Sumter County, S. C.
Tho above reward will be paid for the
recovery of the watch, with proof to con?
vict the thief, or $25 for the watch alone.
tr\T Watch-makers will please cut this !
out for reference. Aug IG 2*
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
1 f\f\ barrels fancy family
JLv/vJ FLOUR, ground from selected
now Wheat, just received and for Bale at
reduced prices by
_AUI?4_ __i?F? AGNEW A son.
Office Board of Health.
COLUMBIA, s. c, August 14,1874.
IN order to guard against epidemics, the
citizens ot Columbia aro earnestly en
| joined to use disinfectants in their out
imuses and o<her places likely to generate
disease. By order:
WALTER R. JONES, Clerk.
9W Cnioti'Herald copy. An? 15 5
Steam Engine For Sale.
AN 8 horse STEAM ENGINE, in first
rate order, for sale; suitable for a cot
tou giu or grist mill. Price, $500. Apply
to richard TOZER.
Ang 12 _ _
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES
JUST TO HAND!
Lxtra Choice Sugar-Cured Bacon
Fluent Chicago Smoked Beef.
Finest New York Smoked Tunguos.
New Mackerel, No. 1 aud Muss, in kits
aud at retail?cheap.
Gilt-Edge Butter. Cream Cheese.
Farchet! Java ColT-e.
Fine ausortment of Fresh Crackers and
Good Brown Sugar 12 lbs. for a dollar.
Bust Kerosene Oil 25 cents per gallon.
For sale by GEORGE STMMERa.
A u k_15_
A cottage house on Blaudiug
street, between Bull and Bickens.
For terms, apply to
Au? 15_ john AONEW & sox.
. , the commodious Brick aud Metal
Roof storehouse, No. 60 Main
Uus-street. Terms very low. Applv to
HEIBELS A EZELL or to BOONE A MUL
LEIl, Attorneys-at-Law. Aug 5 t
House to Rent.
THE HUUSE aud FOUH ACRE
J|jfj LOT of Mrs. E. j. Arthur. Good gar.
?den and excellent well of wa*.or. Pos?
session given immediately. Applv to WM.
MARTIN or E. R. ARTHUR. "July*
E HENRY WARD BEECHER
AS the principal actor in tho greatest
sensation ot tho day, and tbe "Indian
Girl,.'as the leader of the Cigar Trado of
the State, have been thoroughly criticised
as to their merits, aud tbo result seems to
be a warning to married man to husband
more closely tho stVeclions of their wives,
aud tu Smokers in supplying their
WANTS TO HUSBAND MORE
Closely their funds, bv investing in the
"Celebrated 3 '.. Cigars," instead of inferior
goods at higher rales, and to remember
j that as no one can boast of moro
, WIVES THAN BEIGHAM YOUNG,
1 So lie cigar store can boast of as good
I Cigars and Tobacco for tho price aa tbo
I INDIAN GIRL CIGAR 8TOBE,
j Auk 11 Colombia, s. C.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
IAM now prepared to supply all orders
for 'ho above article. The Ice manu
I factored at my establishment is made
I from pure Spring Water, frozen at a tcm
I pel-si nr.'>if thirty degrees below freezing
j point Fahrenheit, and can be shipped a
i long distance without muoh loss. Price
I (1 25 per 10D pounds, aud good weight gua
I mutend, No Ice shipped unless the money
I accompanies the order.
Jul> 2U j. c. 8EEGERS.
New Books at Bryan's,
j mn B GREAT ICli AGE and Its Rotation
! 1 in thu Antiquity of Man?by James
j Geike, F. It. 8. tl 50.
Wilsen, Sheridan, Fox, (of timeof Goorgo
III.) $2 00.
Sumuer, ( Professor,) on Amorican Cur?
rency $:l ui).
Ductiinoot Evolution?by Winched. $1.00
I Verne?' Meridian or Adventures in South
j Afric i.
! Vernoa' from tho Earth to tho Moon and
i Around It. $1.00.
! Sun Views of tho Earth or the Seasons,
I illustrated?by Proctor, F. R. S. $2 50.
Vernes' Journey to the Centre of the
I Earth. 75 cents.
i Also, a supply of new NOVEL8, by Eng
' liah and German authors, cheap.
Executor'* Bale of Personal Property.
By JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer. ,
BY permission of Hon. S. D. Swygert,
Probato Judge for Richlaud Connty, I
will sell, on MONDAY, 31st inatant, at the
store of tho late Wm.McGainnis, deceased,
tbo entire, STOCK OF MERCHANDISE on
band, comprising a
Variety of Dry Goods and Clothing.
A gonoral STOCK OF GROOERlES.ecn
Biatiug of barrels of Sugar, Coffee in bags,
Molasses, Bacon 8ideB, I.ard in tierces,
Soap, Candles, Btaroh, Candies, Bpice,
Teas, Wrapping Taper, Whiekoy, Brandy,
Gin, Tobacco, Crockery and Glassware,
31 bales good Cotton,
Lbs. Solo Leather,
Macks Corn, lbs. Castings, Ac.
On MONDAY, September 7, in front of my
2 lino cream-colorod Horses, one fine
Rnggy, a now Carriage, threo fine Cows and
sundry Certificates of Stock.
Terms of aale cash._Aug 16 mth
F. 2? ORCHARD & 00.^
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C,
WE beg leavo to inform our friends,
that we havo on hand a large and
woll-assorted stock of LADIES' HATS,
which wo will cIobo ont for the next ten
day a, at HALF PRICE, varying from
25 cents to $1.50.
LACE STRIPED FIGURED LAWNS,
At 25 conts?cost 50 in New York.
Wo havo also just received a large lot of
LONGCLOTHS and 8HIRTINGS, which we
are selling at prices that defy competition.
Aug 12_F. B. ORCHARD A CO.
OR you will miss the BEST BARGAINS
that have been offered to the people
of Columbia by
C. P. JACKSON,
The Leader of Low Prices.
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
W. D. LOVE & CO.
1 fiH PIECES yard-wide PERCALES at
A-v/vr 12Jo. a yard?half price.
200 piecen PRINTS at 10c.
200 dozen LADIES' HOSE at 124c?
200 dozen Gents' HALF HOSE at 10c.
and 12Jc. a pair?the best goods ever of
fered for tho price.
A nice lino of BEADED BELTS for
Ladies?new styles at low prices.
BOOTS and SHOES of the very best
makes, at priceB to suit.
All the other departments have been
FULLY REPLENISHED with tho best
makes of goods, and are offored at the
LOWEST PRICE FOR OA8H.
AuguetJS_ WM. D. LOVE A CO.
"The Georgia Gin,"
Wo again call the attention of those
without GINS to the above Gin. We have
sold them for seven yeara, and the univer?
sal satisfaction they have given and the
largely increased demand and aale eaoh
your, is tho boat evidence of their merits.
Wo believe they will GIN FASTER, MAKE
A BETTER LINT, RUN LIGHTER AND
GIN CLEANER, than any other Gin in the
market. Order early, of
L?RICK & LOWRANCE,
July 23 Agents for South Carolina.
Let There be Light!
KEROSENE ! !
T3EST QUALITY reduced to 25 cents per
If gallon, and dolivered froo to any por?
tion ot the city.
FULL STOCK or ?rst olass FAMILY
GROCERIES, at corresponding prices.
Those are not times to be undorsold, and
wo intend, if possible, to bo somewhat in
Stock of CIGARS very full?those "Cele?
brated Cigars," two for tivo cents, ''highly
recommended to begiuuers," are taking
the town; other brands in proportion.
Call aud be convinced.
_ Opposite tho busted Naphtha Lamp.
COLUMBIA, 8. C, Acocst 8, 1874.
THE Firm heretofore existing under the
uamo of HOPE & OYLES has been
dissolved this day by the withdrawal of
JOHN E. GYLES, who has transferred his
intorest to E. HOPE, with whom all settle?
ments of the affairs of said firm will be
mado. EDWARD HOPE,
Ang 9_JOHN E. GYLES.
rooms for kami mks i
to let in tue new
Central National Bank Building.
PBICES TO SUIT TBE TIMES.
Bed-Rooms from $3 per month upwards;
Family Rooms from $6 per month upwards;
Lawyers' unices from 16 pr month upwards.
WATER, GAS, WATER and WOOD CLO?
SETS and other modern improvements in?
side building. A o back rooms, all fronting
on the street. Good ventilation, A Janitor
in chargo of building. Apply ta Central
Bank, or to MoasrB. SEIBEL8 A EZELL.
Just the Season for Turnips.
See lleinitsh's Almanac.
I>LANT RUT A BAGA, Large Amber
Olobe. Large White Dutch, Large
White Globe, Wintor FlatDutoh, Red Top,
Yollow Aberdeen, Improved Seven Top;
For salo, wholesale and retail, at
Aug 1 } HEINITSH'S Drag Store.