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LONDON,? August 22.-? passenger
train from Holyhead, with Irish pas?
sengers and the mail, ran into a pe?
troleum train, in consequence of* a
misplaced Bwitch. Soven persons
wore killed by tho collision Th?
concussion exploded the petroleum,
causing a fire, wherein eighteen cars
were burned to ashes.
LUCERNE, August 22.-Tho author
rities naye indisputable evidence of
a plan to assassinate Victoria during
her visit'hero.
PAMS, August 22.-Messrs. Arman,
against whom the United States Go?
vernment obtained judgment for
building iron-clads, have been de?
clared bankrupt by the British Court
of Appeals.
BEUIJTK, August 22.-The ship Lie?
big has been seized by the Govern?
ment, forgiving emigrants insufficient
food and shelter, whereby many
died.
Sew? Item?.
CHATLESTON, August 22.-Sailed
Steamers James Auger, New York;
Prometheus, Philadelphia; Falcon,
Baltimore.
CINCINNATI, August 22.-The cattle
plague has appeared here.
Nsw YORK, August 22.-The Board
of Councilmen-fifteen in number
were arrested to-day by Sheriff Beard.
They adjourned and accompanied the
sheriff to the Supreme Court.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., August 22.
Judge Underwood directs that the
Alexandria and Washington Railroad
shall be restored to the lessees, nuder
requisite bonds.
AfTa Ira Ita Washington.
WASHINGTON CITY, August 22.
The supervising distriots under Ithe
new tax law, are as follows: Tentli
Virginia and Wost Virginia; 11th
North and South Carolina; twelfth
Georgia, Florida and Alabama; thir?
teenth-Louisiana, Mississippi and
Arkansas; fourteenth-Texas; fif?
teenth-Tennessee.
Sherman's despatches corroborate
the newspaper accounts of Indian
outragea Gen. Sheridan telegraphs
that they are too horrible for detail.
Sherman directed Sheridan to follow
and administer summary punish?
ment
The Government employees have
petitioned tho President against tho
Secretary of "vV ar's decision about the
eight hour law. The petition argues
that the debate and votes pending
the passage of the.bill indicated no
reduction of wages to follow the
reduction of time.
FINANCIAL. AND |COMMERCIAXi.
NEW YORK, August 21-Noon.
Stocks strong and active. Money
easier. Gold 44. Sterling 9%.
Flour [email protected] lower. Wheat doll
and nominally lower. Corn [email protected]
lower. Moss pork 28.50. Lard
heavy, at 18%@18%. Cotton firm,
at 30. Freights dull and lower.
7 P. M.-Sterling firm, at d%.
Gold firmer, at 4A%. Governments
dull and heavy. Cottou more steady;
sales 900 bales, at 30. Flour dull,
and [email protected] lower during tho day
Southern ranges [email protected] Wheat
[email protected] lower. Corn [email protected] lower.
Whiskey firmer, at 71. Mess pork
quiet, at 28)?. Freights lower.
BAI/TIMORE, August 22.-Cotton
29^@30. Flour and wheat dull and
unchanged. Corn firm-white 1.25
@1.26.
CINCINNATI, August 22.-Flour
dull and declined 10?15c. Corn dull
-ear [email protected] Whiskey held at 65.
Mess pork 28%. Lard 18%. Shoul?
ders 18%; clear sides ld.
CHARLESTON, August 22.-Cotton
firm; sellers holding above the views
of buyors-asking 29 for middlings.
AUGUSTA, August 22.-Cotton mar
kot dull; no Bales or receipts.
SAVANNAH, August 22. -Cotton firm
but quiet; small lots middling 29.
MOBILE, August22.-Nothing doing
in cotton and quotations nominal.
NEW ORLEANS, August 22.-Cotton
quiet and steady-middlings [email protected];
sales 18 bales; receipts 115. Sugar
and molasses steady and unchanged.
Floursteady-superfino 8. Corn 1.00.
Meas pork 30.50. Bacon qniet-shoul?
ders 14; olear 18. "
LIVERPOOL, August 22-Evening.
Cotton closed buoyant, at au advance
-uplands [email protected]?; Orleans [email protected]
ll'?; sales 15,000 bales.
VOTING FOR STEVENS.-The Lan?
caster (Pa.) Intelligencer, a Democratic
journal, states that tho radicals of
Lancaster County, in all seriousness,
propose to nominate Thad. Stevens'
corpse for Congress, on Saturday
next. An order to that effect has
been issued over tho signature of tho
Chairman of their County Commit?
tee, to the following effect:
"Tho undersigned, therefore, after
consultation with members of the
County Committee and othor friends,
would suggest that, as a fitting tri?
buto of respect to the memory of onr
most able and distinguished cham?
pion of freedom and justice, tho
unanimous vote of the party be cast
for the name of Thaddeus Stevens,
nt the ensuing primary meetings."
A quartermaster's clerk recently
discovered in a com husk mattress,
on San Padro Island, near Brazos
Santiago, Texas, a rusty caskot con?
taining diamonds and emeralds esti?
mated to be worth $100,000.
Internal Improvement*.
. TJ^ E^rr<xa( jpgutyki^l
.PHCENTX: In a recent editorial, in
your paper, you mention the fact
that there is an application before
tb1"eX,egi8h?ture for a charter for a
railroad from Columbia to the North
Carolina line, via Cheraw, and that
the company applying for it have
$2,000,000 to build it. You say that
all that is wanted is the charter, and
give the scheme your approval, as
one of interest to the people, etc.
'? This is a project on the part of the
Haleigh and Gaston Railroad und
those interested in it, to mnke a con?
nection which will divert the travel
and as much trade as they can from
other established lines iu this Starte,
to which the State has herotofore
j contributed largely to build np, aud
I has in every way encouraged her citi
j zens to invest their capitnl, which
? has been greatly absorbed in these
I patriotic enterprises to develop the
resources of tho country and add to
the welfare of the people in various
ways. These railroads now consti?
tute the only hopo of our people to
recuperate from the calamities of war
and its consequences; and though
struggling, as they have and are,
through difficulties and embarrass?
ments which few could have survived,
they are, and will be, by proper en
couragement, in a position to aid ir
rescuing our State from poverty am]
ruin.
As a general rule, it is not denied
that it is unobjectionable simply tc
grant a charter for a railroad, but thi:
principle, like all others in pol?tica
economy, is to bo acted on consist
ently with vested interests, and to dc
no legislative act which operates ii
bad faith to those who, atfleast, npoi
an implied public pledge, have in
vested their means for the commoi
benefit.
There are four roads standing ii
this position, already completed, at i
heavy cost to the people and to tb<
State, now in debt, it is true, bat die
pensing innumerable blessings to thi
country in the remunerative employ
mont of labor, and in the purchos
of material and supplies along thei
respective routes. I mean the Soutl
Carolina Railroad, the Charlotte an<
South Carolina Railroad, tho North
eastern Railroad, and tho Wilmingto
I and Manchester Railroad. All c
these are fixed institutions, built nj
by investments of our own peopl
and striving to continue to retain th
public confidence and promote pul
lie convenience.
Tho proposed enterprise is autagc
nistio to them all, and is sought, b
strangers, to secure an enterpriso tba
contributes nothing to any establishe
line in the State, as all the rest do t
each other, but takes everything ot
to benefit lines in North Carolina.
I mention no new propositioi
when I say that such enterprises ar
not to bo encouraged; and I nee
only mention the State of Nort
Carolina as au example, which r
fused, year after year, a charter froi
Greensboro to Danville, Yirginii
because it conflicted with establishe
improvements in that State, in whic
the Stato and her people had iuves
ed their capital, among which wi
the Raleigh and Gaston Railroai
whose authorities were among tl
most activo in resistiug what wi
termed this great wrong upon veste
interests.
That connection was only made J
a military necessity by the Con fed
rate Government.
Shall this State bo less careful <
tho interests of her people and thc
enterprises? Are her old oud esta
lished works to be overslaughed ai
the capital iu them jeoparded, becau
it is said parties havo tho mom
ready? Are her cities to bo depriv
of their legitimate trade and profi
from these works, because otb
enterprises can make combinatio
to do it? It is- time to pauso ai
save, and, if needs be, aid what
loft. It may be, that it is true th
this company have their 82,000,O'
ready. It is, of course, part of th
recently voted by tho Legislature
North Caroliua, and it may not
amiss to refer to tho fact that Jud
Osborne and many other Senato
both Republicans and Democra
have filed their protest in the Seno
agaiust that appropriation, as bei
in direct conflict with tho Constil
tiou of tho State last ratified.
To grant a charter from tho Noi
Carolina line from Cheraw, would
of service to both States, as it woi
develop the largo deposits of coal si
to bo on Deep River, bring it to c
sea-port, apel distribute it by otl
routes throughout tho State, by whi
Columbia could be as fully, and
venture to say, as cheaply supplii
aud much sooner than through t
new line. This charter would g
this North Carolina company an i
vantage of two hours over any otl
lino from Florence; but this adv;
tag? would be compensated by i
benofito arising from the transpoi
tion of coal whioh would follow. Tl
all, at least three lines I have m
tioncd, would have a benefit from
public travel, and the fourth,
Charlotte and South Carolina Re
not injured.
In these remarks the iutercst of
stockholders in the Cheraw and Cc
fields Railroad have not been m
tioncd. In this entorprise a la
amount has boon subsoribed und
.8 VI' ' , 'I- I I" ,
.pended already to roach tho coal
nelda. Are these interests to be igt
nored? It may bo that some of tW
authorities of that nom puny may from
Homo motives givo way to the uew
project. " But they have the charter
nud have done work, aud the stock?
holders have uot abandoned thpir en?
terprise or consented to this sweeping
destruction, of their rights. It JS at
least but fair to hear those who have
subscribed their means to this com?
pany, with the 'dew of adding to their
benefit in the Cheraw and Darlington,
North-eastern, Wilmington and Man?
chester Boads, before assuming that
they have abandoned them to stran?
gers. HOME INTEREST.
THE EARTHQUAKE.-A tremendous
reaction is going on amongst the co?
lored voters of this State. Tho in?
telligence reaches us from all quar?
ters, that they are abandoning the
sinking ship of disunion and joining
bauds with their -old masters and
friends in the grand effort to wrest
the Government from the pirate crew
who are driving it to ruiu.
[Wilmington [N". C.) Star.
INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION.
JUST received, new patterns of Dresses
Sacques, Capes and Overalls. Also
new Hoop Skirt?. August 23
LIME JUIOE.
AHEALTHY, refreshing aud eoolinf
BEVERAGE. For Lemonade ant
other purposes, many think it preferable
to tlw Lemon, for its delicate arid rici
flavor. At E. POLLARD'S.
Autrnst 23_Of?
Self-Sealing Jars,
FOR PRESERVING FK?IT ?nd VEGE
TABLES, of the most approved kim
now in use.
ALSO, /.' \
JELLY CANS, of Glass and Earthen
ware, at STANLEY'S.
Aug 23_(__1
NOTICE.
ALL persons are hereby warned agains
having any business transaction
with my wife, Mrs. SALLIE M. MANSELL
as I will not be responsible for anv debt
incurred by her. K. J. MANSELL.
LEXINGTON, August 22, 18(W.
Aug 23 ni3*
Choicest Family Groceries.
JUST received, the following FP.ES!
SUPPLIES, selected expressly ft
first-class trade and for sale at lowe:
market rates:
3 bbls. NEW YORK EXTRA SUGAI
CURED BACON STRIPS, small,
2 tierces Orang? brand Hams,
20 bbls. assorted Sugars, from 12j cou
per pouud,
100 boxes Scaled Herrings, very cheap
50 bbls. Flour, assorted, some very bi
perior,
New crop Tea, Black aud Green,
With all tho favorite Sauces, Tickle
ko., which make up the odds and ends
a nrrit-class Grocorv.
For sale by GEORGE STUMERS.
August 23
Wines and Liquors.
HAVING lately returned from tho B?
timor?, New York and other Nort
ern markets, tho goods in this line ha
been personally selected, with the utmt
care, and can confidently be recommend
as unsurpassable in qualify aud modera
in price. Stock comprises,
WHISKIES, common to best brands,
Genuine French and imitation Bit
dies,
Holland Gin, Champagne, "Lac d'Or,'
Sherry, Madeira, Port and Mala
Wines. For sale bv
_ August 23_?EORGE SYMMERS
MRS. CORDES
#WILL resume her Sch
SEPTEMBER 15.
She will also give lesuom
MUSIC. FRENCH, LAT
DRAWING, PAINTING, I
BROIDERY and WRITING.
Aug 23_j
Boarding and Bay School.
#THE MISSES ELMORE
re-open their SCHOOL thof
MONDAY in October, on 1
lor street, three blocks fi
Main street. For particuli
apply at the Industrial ASBI
at ?om_August 23 vt
Columbia Male Sohool.
J/f^ THE SCHOOL known ur,
^?T??_--atov0 designation, lorn
?-?Lk^Pss.ly conducted by tho late 1
^^K^F. W. PAl'F, will be re-ope
JXMpP by the subscriber on tho lt
October next, or at an cai
dato, if tho necessary pr?parations cai
mado and the School apparatus cai
procured before thc 1st pf October,
patrons of tho School and othors intoi
ed, who may desire information respec
thc plan and course of instruction, ant
terms of tuition, aro requested to app
tho subscriber, at his residence, (Dr.
ker's cottage, West of tho Lui
Asvlnm,) or at tho book store of Mei
Bryan ?t McCarter. W. J. LAVAL
August 23 1? _Princip
?FRESH BRUI
BI BS D I C I IV
E. E. JACKSC
PLAIN STREET
A Paying Investment.
THE best investment is that which
the largest return for tho mono}
ont. A sick man, unable to attend t
business, must necessarily lose his
whilst his expenses goes on with uni?
ting waste. Ono dollar spent for
restorative cordial, "HEINIT
QUEEN'S DELIGHT," secures tho 1
ings of health, removes disease, in
rates tho whole system, and, in e
makes tho sick man well. What beti
greater return could have been made
one dollar? For salo by
FISHER Sc HEINITSF
Aug 19 t_Druggii
"FOR RENT.
THE TWO STORY BRICK DWELI
on Main street, now occupied I
0, Swaffleld, containing Ton R<
Kitchen att ched to thc hons?. Wat
both Moora. Possession given Octo
or sooner if desired. Apply to
Aus 2i it. S'WAFFIE;
Tho extensive car manufacturing
shops of tho North Missouri Rail
rona Company, at St. Louis, Mb.?
were totally destroyed by firo Monday I
night,' together with a number of
finished and unfinished cars, a large
q nu uti ty of material and all the maf
chinery and tools used in the shops*
The loss is estimated from 8100,000
to ?150,000. ?There was an insur?
ance for about $75,(?00 on the pro?
perty.
Another rebellion against Turkish
authority is apprehended in Bulga?
ria. The country is in a very un?
settled conditiou, and it is thought I
that secret preparations for insurreo-|
tion are being made. As a conse?
quence, the Austrian Government I
bas issued a decree prohibiting the
exportation of arms to the Danubian
Provinces.
A Democratic mass meeting of the|
citizens of Laurens, Union aud Spar
tnnhurg Districts, was held nt Gross
Anchor, on tho 25th ult. Interesting!
and instructive addresses were deliy-1
ered by Col. T. Stobo and Hon. Jas.
Farrow and other gentlemen.
A drunken fracas occurred in Bal-1
timore, on Monday night, on Ensor,
near Webb street, iu which Wm.
McHenry was shot, and Thomas
Kernan, Jr., and a nun known as1
Reddy Dolan, were seriously stabbed.
Probably all cases will provo fatal.
A gang of burglars in Elmira
wheeled a safe out of a ware-houso
and through a crowd, the other day,
civilly answering all questions, and
escapiug detection.
The Pacific Railroad has had its
first ncoident. Seven men were
killed, and about a dozen wounded,
by a car being thrown from the track.
Michael Cruddeu, a seaman, was
killed by a fall on board his vessel,
while in a state of intoxication, at
Georgetown, on Sunday last.
A DEMOCRATIC HINT.-The official
returns from Kentucky show a De?
mocratic majority of 89,243.
TROTTING MATCH.
A TROTTING
_ MATCH, for $500,
will tako placo, on
^ tho Concareo Race
Course, on TUESDAY, tho 25th instant, at
5 P. M. Graham enters ?orrell Ponv,
MONK; Daly entera Grey Horse, BILLY
GRIMES. Thia will bo a well contested
match, and some good aport may bo anti
ipatofl._Aug 22 3
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ASUPERLATIVE TONIC and Invigor?
ating Cordial, composed, in part, of
American Centaury and Lifo Everlasting,
with other valuable vegetable producta.
It will bo found an excellent STOMACH
BITTERS, an appetizer, aud an anti
dyepeptic remedy. It ia invaluable as a
Tonic, for Debility, Indigeation, LOBB of
Appetite, Nervous-noss, Torpid Liver,
sluggish Circulation. A generous stimu?
lant, quickening the action of the organs
of lifo, and imparting new powers to tho
wholo body.
Directions.-A table spoon-full to a wino
glass may bo taken, as often as occasion
requiroB, with a little sugar and water,
or without. Dyspeptics may tako it just
before meals.
For aale by FISHER k HEINITSII,
August l? f_Druggists.
~ IN BANKRUPTCY.
ABSENCE OF HENRY SUMMER,
REGISTER.
HENRY SUMMER, Regiater in tho
Court of Bankruptcy for the District
of South Carolina, ha?, by order of the
Court for said District, been allowed leave
to bo abaent from the Sta?o until the 25th
day of September, 1868.
August 0_\_m3
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby p'VOn that applica
cation will be made, in three months
from this date, at tho State Treasury, for
renewal of Certitlcato of Stato block,
No. C2, dated November 27, 1807, to R. B.
Mills, or assigna-tho original of which
has been loat or destroyed.
" R. B. MILLS.
Aro CST 4.18C3._Aug 7 fm26
Corn! Corn'. Corn!
WHOLESALE and retail, at
Aug 0 SWYGERT & BENN'S.
Fresh Supplies of Family Groceries,
CONSTANTLY receiving, at
SWYGERT & SEN N'S.
August 9
CORN WHISKEY.
RECEIVED to-day of first quality.
FISHER A LOW RANCH.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA, S. C., and Honea Path,
S. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to bis care at either placo.
August 13_
FLOUR.
A f\ BAGS OF FLOUR, every sack gua
*i\/ rantced. For salo by
_Augu8t_8_FISHER & LOWRANCE.
RICE ! RICE ! !
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
RICE. For salo low for cash.
August 8 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for salo
?\) low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
NEW BOOKS.
k ZILE. By Mrs. Jane Cross, $1.50
History of a Mouthful of Broad
new edition. By .loan Mace, $1.75
The Servants of tho St?)naeh. By samo
author, $1.75.
Tho Maternal Management of Infancy,
for tho Use of Parente, 75c.
Tho Hermits. By tho Rev. Charles
Kingsley, $2.
New Testament History. By William
Smith, LL. D.- uniform with Old Testa?
ment history, soon to bo published, $2.
Tho Old World in ita New Face-impres?
sions of Enropo in 1867-68. By Henry W.
Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75.
And'manv other new Books.
DUFFIE *A CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
August 13 Columbia, S. C.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
A ND FINE GOSHEN OTEESE,
A. at G. DIERCK8.
Sugar? on hand, July 18
'To Bridge Builders, Lamber Dealers
? and Others.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
until tho SECOND MONDAY of Sep?
tember, by tho President and Directors of
the Broad River Bridge Company, for tho
following classes of work.to be done, and
kinds of material to bo furnished, to bo
applied to thc ' construction of uROAD
RIVER BRIDGE, near Columbia, B. C., to
.wit:
For Second Class Bridge Masonry, in the
Piers and Abutments,-per cubic
yard.
For Labor in constructing tho Super?
structure in Bridge, materials furnished
by the Company,-nor lineal foot.
For furnishing Wrought Iron Bods and
Washore, finished,-per pound.
For furnishing tho whole, or iu part, tho
Pine and Oak Lumber in Superstructure.
Plans and Specifications of tho Bridge
and Masonry, also Specifications of tho
! Materials to bo furnished and profile of tho
I River, may bo soeu and examined at tho
oflico of Alex. Y. Lee, Engineer.
Tho President and Directors do not bind
themselves to accopt any or tho lowest
bids. EDWARD IIOPE,
Aug 19 17 President B. R. B. 0.
COTTON GINS
AND
CONDENSERS !
SAMPLES of tho EMORY GIN, BROWN
GIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN & CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in store and for sale by
Augtl2 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
FORB & CO.'S
Excelsior Magic Salve !
AND
WASH!
IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE GREATES1
discovery of the age. For tho ?uro o
RHEUMATISM,
WHITE SWELLING,
NEURALGIA,
BRUISES, BURNS,
CUTS. SCALDS
And OLD SORES of every kind, no matte
of how long standing, IT HAS NO EQUAI
Price for Salve and Wash, 75 cents.
Ford & Co.'s Stomach Bitters,
FOR CUB nra
DIARRHOA, CRAMP COLIC, AND AL
DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.
It clcansos and purifies tho blood, an
regulates tho bowels. For giving an a?
petite, it is ahoad of all other tonics.
Price, per bottle, $1.00. A liboral dil
count to Druggisto and Dealers.
?a- FORD & CO.'S REMEDIES can t
had of any leading Drug House in th
United States. FORD & CO.,
Proprietors, Box 15, Augusta, Qa.
*W Largo quantities sent, per Expr?s
tc any part of the United States, C. O. 1
E. E. JACKSON, Druggist,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ford
Co.'s Remedies for Columbia and vicinit;
August 15_ly
THE QUEEN'S BELIGHT,
THE best and most popular Medicino i
use.
The Queen's is the great Blood Purifier.
The Queen's Delight ie a safe Alterativo.
The Queen's Dolight is a certain euro fi
Diseases of tue Blood.
Tho Queen's Delight is tho best Liver I
vigorator.
The Queen's Delight is the medicino f
Scrofula.
Tho Queen's Delight is given for Hoa
aches.
Tho Queen's Delight is for Nervous Aff<
tions.
Tho Queen's Delight will euro all Sk
Diseases.
Tho Queen's Dolight will remove Blotch?
and Pimples.
Tho Queen's Delight will euro Chills a
Fever.
The Queen's Delight will euro Cancer a
Indolent Tumors.
The Queen's Delight will euro Erysipel
and Carbuncles.
Tho Queen's Delight will cure Asthma.
Tho Queen's Delight will cure Bronchit
The Quoon's Delight will cure all Femi
Complaints.
The Queen's Delight will restore the 1<
Energies of Man.
The Queen's Delight will restore the Foe
to Health.
Tho Queen's Dolight for Young and Pa
faced Creatures.
Thc Queen's Deliget has secured the fa1
of tho People
The Queen's Dolight is now the great ]
mily Medicine.
Tho Queen's Dohght has been tried, n
gives universal satisfaction.
The Queen's Delight should bo in ev
Family.
Tho Queen's Delight is tho cheapest
well as tho best Medicine you can gi
Tho lifo of tho flesh is puro blood. Uj
this theory alono the inventor of
Quoon's Dolight establishes tho great
gienic law, without pure blood nn flem
free from disease. Tho Pale and Shrunl
Forms, Yellow Faces, Weak Stomao
Diseased Livors, Crippled Rhoumat
Nervous Hypochondriacs, Dyspeptic A
tims of Headache, so common in t
countrv, is owing ontirely to tho hum
of tho blood. Very many other discs
may bo traced to bad blood, Scrofula
King's Evil, Erysipelas, Exauthema
Elevare, a Rash or Eruption on fema
Blotches, Tetter, Goitre or Swelled N<
Syphilis and Syphilitic Sores, Strum
Ulcers, ?Vc. These cannot ho cured w
out purifying tho blood. Now as to
remedy. There is no other blood puri
that will accomplish such positive and
traordiuary cures as Hoinitsh's Quei
Dolight. iou may take a barrel of oxti
Sarsaparilla, and still you will not
cured; and, as a proof of it, look aro
and you will observe the country, thron
out its length and breadth, is flooded v
compound Sarsaparillas, extracts
syrups, claiming to bo blood purifiers,
yet wo seo to-day moro evidence of
purity of tho blood than ever. Wb
this ? Simply becauso these extracts
Sarsaparillas aro worthless medici)
Ask for Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. 'J
is not tho Extract of Stellingia or Que
Delight, nor is it a Compound Syru
Queen's Delight, or Sarsaparilla
Quoon's Delight, but simply Heinit
Queen's Dolight is tho trado mark,
for this, if you want to bo cured, and
that the name of E. H. Heinitah is on
r rapper. Prepared only by E. n. H
itali. Wholesale agonts,
FISHER ti HEINIT8H,
August 15 j_Columbia, 8. (
Kerosene! Kerosene!!
5BBLS. FRESH KEROSENE OIL
salo low, by tho barrel, or at retail
July 19 J. ft T. R. AGNE\
EATING HORSE AT ALSTOl
PASSENGERS on the Greenville
Columbia Railroad, can got BRE
FAST and DINNER at Atstou-ampio t
being allowed.
I Dee 27 MARY A. ELKIN & SO
?Yne Pair Young Horte?, Carriage, tico
Set? of Harnett, Cow and Ca\f.
BY D. 0. PELXOTTO & 80N.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, 24th
instant, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell, in
front of our auction room,
Tho abovo ANIMALS, VEHICLE and
HARNESS, all In perfect order.
AND,
Bovoral other HORSES and MULES.
ALSO,
A Fino MILCH COW, with her young
CALF. ' *
Conditions caeh. Salo positive.
August 23 _
Sherifl's Sale. ~
I}Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to
3 mo directed, I will 8611, on the nrst
MONDAY in September next, in front of
tho Court IIouso, in Columbia, within the
legal hours, the following property, viz.:
1 BAY MARE, 1 Sorrel Colt, 1 Wagon
and Harness, 1 Marble-top Tablo, 1 Ward?
robe, 1 Washstand. 1 Bureau, 4 Chairs, 1
old Trundle Bedstead, 1 high Post Bed?
stead. 2 Fondera and 1 pair of Firo-doga,
lovied on as tho nronertv of W. H. Orchard,
at tho euit of "Richard Davis vs. W. H.
Orchard.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
AUOUST 22, 1808. August 23 m3 _
CAROLINA NATIONAL BASK,
OF
COLUMBJA^J^. C.
CAPITAL, - - - ?100,000.
DIRECTORS.
L. D. CHILDS,PreB't. Maj. JNO. PnESTON, jr.
Dr. J. W. PAUKER. EDWABD HOPE.
GEORGE W. SWEPSON, of North Carolina.
W. B. GULICK, C. J. LlEDELL,
Cashier. Teller.
THE CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK, .
OF COLUMBIA, wiU deal in Exchango.
Qold and Silver Coin, and do a general
Banking Business. The accounts of mer?
chants and others in Columbi?, and in the
towna and country connected with it by
buaincss, arc respectfully solicited.
Collectiona attended to carofu?y and re?
mitted for promptly. Loana made on gold
coin and other collateral security.
Tho Board of Directora meet, for the
transaction of business, EVERY MON?
DAY, at 10 o'clock a. m.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno G, 18GS.
Juno 6_Sm o
Scrofula, or King's Evil, ie cured by
UBing Hoinitah'a Queen's Delight._
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BROKERS & COMMIS. BGENTS,
?JgUY and seU QOLD,
SILVER,
STOCKS,
BONDS and
EXCHANGES.
Advances made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE Bold?
on commission._Maroh 10
DR. D. L. BOOZER,
HAVING obtained from tho different
patentees of tho profession, omeo
rights of the latost improvement in DEN?
TISTRY, is prepared to do all kinds of
DENTAL WORK with neatness, durability
and despatch, at tho very lowest rates.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Office oa
Main 8troot, Columbia, 8. G., thres doors
North of Agnew's. ? Vulcanized Rubber
Platea inserted at $25l_May 2 ly
DR. T. T. MOORE.
DENTAL SURGEON,
WOULD reepoctfully inform his PA?
TIENTS, and the public, that he
has returned and is prepared to execute,
in the most SCIENTIFIC MANNER, ali
branchea of his profession. TEETH EX?
TRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, or any sub?
sequent ill effects, by use of Nitrous Oxido
or Laughing Gas. Oflico over Gregg's
Store._'_Aug ll
I STILL LIVE.
THE great SUMTER BITTER8 have
only to be tried to be appreciated. As
a aummer tonio Mid invigorating medi?
cine, none is canal to it; as a stomach ap?
petizer and a promoter of digestion, it is
the boat Bitters out. Only try it, and your
exporienco will attest the truth of our
advice. For aale wholesale and rotail, by
FISHER & HE?NITSH, Druggists.
Mav 17 t '
Raisins, Figs, &c.
C) pr B0XE8 Layer RAISINS, fine order.
?t) 25 Half Drums choice Smvrna FIGS.
G dozen Assorted JELLIES.
3 dozen Canton GLNGER. For aale by
Jnly 26_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Pickles, &c.
I i\ DOZ. Crosse & Blackwell's English
II f PICKLES, CHOW-CHOW and PlC
COLILI.
20 dozen American PICKLES, Capers,
Pickled Lobater, Pine Apples in glass and
cans, &c. For salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
July 18_ _
THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
Jane 17 . " '., _|_
HENRY TAHIR,
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
g"PAINTING and Decorating, Paper
[Hanging, Ac, executed with
" neatness and despatch.
ALSO.
PLASTERING and general Houso Re?
pairing. Omeo on Boundary street, ono
aquaro East of Main. July 26
"THE OABOLINA HOUSE,
?O? LOCATED on Washington street,
Mno?t to Bronnon A Carroll's, is now
V under the solo proprietorship of tho
undersigned. Tho best of everything, in
tho way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, HE?
WARS, TOBACCO, otc., kept on hand.
LUNOH every day at ll o'clock. Givo
him a call, and tost the correctness of tho
assertion made above.
June 10 RICHARD BARRY.

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