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BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. S. CL TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1868. VOLUME IV--NO. 13^ THE PHOENIX. ?OBLI8DCD DALLY AND TBX-WKX1XY. THE GLgANgR, EVERY WEDNESDAY MOONING. BY JULIAN A. SELBY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Office on Maia street, a few doors above Taylor (or Camdon) street. TERMS-IN ADVANCE. SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Paper, six months.$4 00 Tri-Wookly, ." ?? . 2 60 Weekly, " " . 1 60 ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at 75 cents per sqnare for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent. Weekly 75 cents each insertion. M0T A liberal discount made on the abovA rates when advertisements are inserted by the month or year. AGENTS. Lexington-B. J. Hayes. Spartanburg-Hiram Mitchell. JV B. Allon, Chester. 8. P. Kinard, Newberry C. H. James Grant, Union. . Julius Poppe, Anderson C. H. THE GENERALS.-This is the way the Federal Generals divide: Democratic-George B. McClellan, Don Carlos Buell, W. S. Rosen cranz, Henry W. Slocum, William B. Franklin, W. S. Hancook, Tom. Ewing, Jr., James B. Steadman, L. H. Rosseau, Charles G. Halpine, Gersham Mott, John B. McClernand, G, W. Custer, George W. Morgan, Robert C. Buchanan. Radical-Benjamin Butler, N. P. Banks, James S. Brisbin, Neal Dow, Dick Bosteed, L. C. Baker, Jim McNeil, Samuel Burbridge, Bill Tur ohin, D. K. Hunter, R. C. Schenck, R. K. Scotty J. Kilpatrick, Dan. Sickles, John A. Logan. It is stated that 5,000 divorces a year are granted in Indiana. I INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. TUST r?oeived.'now patterns of Dresses, ll Sacques, Capes and Overalls. Also, new Hoop Bkirti._.. August 23 FOR RENT. THE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING, .on Main stroct, now ocoupied by W. G. Swafiield, containing Ten Booms. Kitchen attached to the house. Water on both floors. Possession given October 1, or sooner if desired. Apply to Ang 21_R. 8WAFFIELD. TROTTING MATCH. NA TROTTING MATCH, for $500, Swill take place, on the Cogkgaree Raco Course, on TUE8DAY, the 25th instant, at 5 P. M. Graham enters Sorrell Pony, MONK; Daly enters Groy Horso, BILLY GRIMES. Thia will be a well contested match, and some good sport may bo anti? cipated.. Ww/ Aug 22 3 Corn! Corn! Corn! THOLE8ALE and retail, at VV . AugOSWYGERT & BENN'S. Fresh Supplies of Family Groceries, eCONSTANTLY receiving, at SWYGERT & BENN'S. August 9 CORN WHISKEY. RECEIVED to-day of first quality. FISHER & LOWRANCE. August 8_ D. W. HAWTHORNE, Broker and Commission Merchant, WALHALLA, 8. C., and Honea Path, 8. C., will attend to all business entrusted to his care at either place. August 13 _ FLOUR. A f \ BAGS OF FLOUR, every sack gua r?\J rantoed. For salo by Augusts FISHER & LOWRANCE. m ? RICE! RICE ! ! 2TTERCE8 OF PRIME CAROLINA ? RICE. For salo low for caBh. August 8 FISHER & LOWRANCE. Fresh Biscuit and Crackers. ?)A BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for salo ?i\J low by E. & G. D. HOPE. GREGG, PALMER & CO., BROKERS cfc COMMIS. BGENTS, "gUY and sell GOLD, SILVER, STOCKS, BONDS and EXCHANGES. Advances made on COTTON. GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold on commission._March 10 Pickles, &c. -| i\ DOZ. Crosso * Blackwell's English JU I PICKLES, CHOW-CHOW and PIC COLILI. 20 dozon American PICKLES, Capors. Pickled Lobster, Pine Apples in glass and cans, Ac. For salo by E. & G. D. HOPE. July 18 Cuba and Muscovado Molasses. -| f\ HHDS. of prime quality, for sale X\J low by E. & G, D. HOPE. July 17 SPECIAL NOTICES. ?MANHOOD."-Anothor Kew Medical Pamphlet from the pen of Dr. Cartis. Tho Medical Times says of thia work: "Thia valuable troatieo on the canso and caro of premature decline shows how health ia impaired through eecret abuaeB of youth and manhood, and how easily regained. It gives a clear synopsis of the impediments to marriage, tho causo and effects of ner? vous debility, and tho remedies therefor." A pocket edition of tho above will bo for? warded on receipt of 25 Cents, by ad? dressing Doctor Curtie, No. 130 F street, Waehington, D. C. May 27 ly POTTO N GIN S AND CONDENSERS ! SAMPLES of the EMORY GIN, BROWN GrN and CLEMENTS, BROWN ft CO. GEORGIA GIN. in store and for salo by Augll2 FISHER A LOWRANCE. FAMILY SOAP. BY arrangement with Mr. R. 0. Shiver, wo have obtained tho Agency of tho SUPERIOR WASHING SOAP sold by him for some months past. A full supply is now on hand and rc di be furnished to his and our customers at 25 cents per bar. Thia is decidedly thebest Soap in Columbia. July 23_J. ft T. R. AGNEW. New Supplies. EGG BISCUITS, Lemon Crackers, Oyster Crackers, And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS'. Enameled Preserving Kettles, ENAMELED and PLAIN SAUCE PANS, FURNACES, Ac, Ac, just received and for sale, low, by July 24 FISHER ft LOWRANCE. Ale and PorwK 3CASKS Basa A Co.'a PK, 3 casks Younger's SparM^Kdmburg Ale, 2 casks Brown Stout London Porter. For aalo by GEORGE 8YMMERS. July 30_ New Flour! New Flour!! CHOICE NEW FLOUR, from Bookman's MiUa, jual received and for salo by Juno 21_J. A T. B. AGNEW. New Arrivals. FINE Sugar-cured Breakfast STRIPS. Sugar-cured HAMS. Fresh LEMONS and NEW FLOUR. G. DIERCKS, at Seogera' old stand. Ale and Porter. -| f\ CASKS Jeffroy'a Edinburg ALE. XV/ 5 casks English PORTER. For salo by_E. A G. D. HOPE. Air-Tight Fruit Jars.-Steam Con? densing Stopper. ANEW, convenient, perfect, cheap pre? serving JAR, which accurea all the advantaged of moro coatly Tina and Jara, and easy in method. A few dozen for salo by FISHER A HEINITSII, July 14 j_Druggists. THE MOREIS COTTON GIN. THE subscriber would inform Planters that he has commenced the GIN business again, and can fill a fow orders. Those in want of Gins would do well to speak early, as a limited number will bo made. Price $3.50 per saw. Terms cash or city acceptance. E. MORRIS. July 16_j3mo Riehland-In Equity. The Theological Seminary of tho Evange? lical Lutheran Church of South Caroli? na and adjacent States vs. Marv A. Blanding, Executrix of Shubel Bund? ing, deceased. Bill for relief. PURSUANT to tho docrotal order in this case, the Creditors of tho Estate of Shubel Blanding, deceased, are horeby required to render and provo their de? manda before me on or before the 1st of October next. D. B. DESAU8SURE, July 9, 1868. C. E. R. D. Joly ll_t_ HENRY TAHLR, FRENCH PAINTER. HO?8E KgBPAINTING and Decorating, Paper SsQ&& Hanging, Ac, executed with neatness and despatch. ALSO, PLASTERING and general House Re? pairing. OOico on Boundary street, ono square East of Main._July 26 Raisins, Figs, &c. ?)K BOXES Layor RAISINS, fine order. ?it) 25 Half Drums choice Smyrna FIOS. 6 dozen Assorted JELLIES. 3 doze? Canton GINGER.. For sale by July 20_E. A G. D. HOPE. THE CAROLINA HOUSE, *C?J LOCATED on Washington street, Wfnext to Bronnen A Carroll's, is now under tho sole proprietorship of tho undersigned. Tho boat of everything, in the way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, SE? GA RS, TOBACCO, etc., kept on baud. LUNCH every day at ll o'clock. Give him a call, and teat tho correctness of the assertion made above. June 19 RICHARD BARRY. Kerosene! Kerosene!! 5BBLS. FRESH KEROSENE OIL for salo low, by the barrel, or at retail, by July IQ_ J. A T. R. AGNEW. THOMAS & BELL, BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. ALL work in the department of mecha? nical construction executed with promptness and skill. J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL. June 17 _ _ New Family Flour. 2f\i\f\ POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY .UUU NEW FLOUR, equal to any made on the Continent of America. For sale by E. & G. D. HOPE. To Bridge Builders, Lumber Dealers ; and Others. SEALED PROP08AL8 will bo received I unt? tho SECOND MONDAY of 8ep kember, by tho President and Directors of tho Broad River Bridge Company, for the ' following classes of work to 00 dono, and kinds of material to be furnished, to bo applied to tho construction of BROAD RIVER BRIDGE, near Columbia, 8. C., to wit: For Second Class Bridge Masonry, in tho Piers and Abutments,-per cubic yard. For Labor in constructing tho Super? structure in Bridgo, matorials furnished by tho Company,-per lineal foot. For furnishing Wrought Iron Rods and Washors, finished,-per pound. For furnishing tho whole, or in part, tho Pino and Oak Lumber in Superstructure Plans and Specifications of tho Bridge and Masonry, also Specifications of tho Materials to be furnished and profilo of tho River, may be seen and examined at tho office of Alex. Y. Lee. Engineer. The President and Directors do not bind themselves to accept any or tho lowest bids. EDWARD HOPE, Aug 19 17 President B. R. B. 0. State South Car olin a-Rich la nd Co. By William Hutson Wigg, Judge of Pro bale for Richland County. WHEREAS, ROBERT C. SHIVER hath applied to mo for letters ot administration on tho personal estate of ROBERT NEWSOM, late of tho aforesaid County, deceased, Those are, thcreforo. to cito and admo? nish all and singular the kindred and cre? ditors of the said deceased, to be and appear before mo, at our next Court of Probato for tho said County, to bo holden at Columbia, on Monday, tho thirty-first day of August instant, at ten o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any, why thc said adminis? tration should not bo granted. Given under my hand, and Seal of th* Court, t hi." seventeenth day of August, in the y t ar of onr Lord ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and in tho ninety-third year of American Inde? pendence, WILLIAM HUTSON WIGG, Judge of Probate, Richland County. August 18_tu2 NEW BOOKS. AZILE. By Mrs. Jane Cross, $1.50 History of a Mouthful of Bread new edition. By Joan Mace, $1.75 The Servants of the Stomach. By samo author, $1.75. The Maternal Management of Infancy, for the Uso of Parents, 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. The Old World in ita New Face-impres? sions of Europo in 18G7-G8. By nenry W. Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75. And many other new Books. DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN, Booksellers, August 13 Columbia, 8. C. FORD & CO.'S Excelsior Magic Salve ! AND WASH! IS UNDOUBTEDLY THE GREATEST I discovery of the ago. For tho euro of RHEUMATISM, WHITE SWELLING, NEURALGIA, BRUISES, BURNS. CUTS. SCALDS, And OLD SORES of every kind, no matter of how long standing, IT HAS NO EQUAL. Price for Salve and Wash, 75 cents. Ford & Co.'s Stomach Bitters, rou cuBUtO DIARRHOA, CRAMP COLIC, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH. It cleanses and purifies the blood, and regulates the bowels. For giving an ap? petite, it is ahead of all other tomes. Price, per bottle, $1.00. A liberal dis? count to Druggists and Dealers. SS- FORD ft CO.'S REMEDIES can be ! had of any leading Drug House in tho I United 8tates. FORD ft CO., Proprietors, Box 45, Augusta, Ga. MST Large quantities sent, por Express, to any part of tho United States, C. O. D. E. E. JACKSON, Druggist, Wholesale and Retail Donlcr ia Ford ft Co.:s Remedies for Columbia and vicinity. August 15_ly DR. D. L. BOOZER, HAVING obtained from tho different patentees of the profession, offico rights of tho latest 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 etroot, Columbia. 8. C., three doors North of Agnew's. Vulcanized Rubber Plates iusoried ai izo._May 2 ly DR. T. T. MOORE. DENTAL SURGEON, WOULD respectfully inform his PA? TIENTS, and tho public, that ho has returned and is prepared to execute, in the most SCIENTIFIC MANNER, all branches of his profession. TEETH EX? TRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, or any sub? sequent ill effects, by usc of Nitrous Oxide or Laughing Gas. Oflico over Gregg's Store. _ Ang ll EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON. PASSENGERS on the Greenville and Colombia Railroad, can get BREAK? FAST and DINNER at Alston-ampio time hoing allowed. Dec 27 MARY A. EULIN ft SON. TILE PLATFORM Democratic National Convention. Tho Democrat io party, in National Con- j vontion a88cmblod, ropoaing ita trnat in tho intelligence, patriotism and diacrimi nating justice of tho people-standing upon tho Constitution aa the foundation and limitation of tho powers of tho Go? vernment, and tho guarantee of tho liber? ties of tho citizen, and recognizing tho questions of slavery and scccooion aa haying been settled, for all timo to come, by tho war, or tho voluntary action of tho Southern States, in Constitutional Con? ventions assembled, and never to bo re? newed or re-agitated, do, with tho return ofpeaco, demand: 1st. Immediate restoration of all tho Statea to their rights in the Union, under tho Constitution, and of civil government to tho American pooplo. 2d. Amnesty for all past political offoncoa, and tho regulation of the elective franchise in tho States by their citizens. 3d. Payment of tho public debt of the United Statea as rapidly aa practicable; all moneys drawn from tho people by tax? ation, except so much aa ia requisite for tho necessities of tho Government, econo? mically admiuisten d, being honestly ap? plied to such payment; and, whoro tho obligations of tho Government de not expressly state upon their face, or tho law under which they were issued does not pr?vido that they shall bc paid in coin, they ought, in right and in justice, bo paid in the lawful money of tho United States. 4th. Equal taxation of every species of property, according to its real value, in? cluding Government honda and other pub? lic securities. 6th. Ono currency for the Government and tho people, tho* laborer and tho office? holder, tue pensioner and tho soldier, tho producer and tho bond-bolder. Otb. Economy in the administration of tho Government; tho reduction of tho standing army and navy; the abolition of] tho Freedmen's Bureau, and all political instrumentalities designed to secure negro eupremacy; simplification of tho sys! em and discontinuance of inquisitori? al modes of assessing and collecting inter? nal revenue, HO that the burden of taxa? tion may bo equalized and lessened, tho credit of tho Government and tho curren? cy made good; tho repeal of all enact? ments for enrolling tho .State militia into national forces in time of peace; and a tariff for revenue upon foreign imports, and such equal taxation, under the inter? nal revenue laws, as will afford incidental protection to domestic manufactures, and aa will, without impairing tho revenue, impose tho least burden upon and beat promote and encourage tho great indus? trial interests of tho country. 7th. Reform of abasou in tho admlnl>:t ra? tion, tho expulsion of corrupt men from office, the abrogation of useless offices, tho restoration of rightful authority to and tho independence of tho executive and judiciary departments of the Govern? ment, the subordination of the military to the civil power, to tho end that the usurpations of Congress and the despot? ism of the sword may cease. 8th. Equal rights and protection for naturalized and native-boin citizens, at hoiiie.and abroad; tho assertion of Ameri? can nationality which shall command tho respect of foreign powers, and furnish an example and encouragement to people struggling for national integrity, consti? tutional liberty and individual rights; and the maintenance of tho rights ol natural? ized citizens against tho absolute doctrino of immutable allegiance and tho claims of foreign powers to punish them for alleged crime committed beyond their jurisdic? tion. In demanding these measures and re? forms, we arraign the radical party for its disregard of right, and the unparalleled oppression and tyranny which have mark? ed ita career. After tho moat solemn and unanimous pledge of both Houses of Con? gress to prosecute the war exclusively for the maintenance of tho Government and the preservation of tho Union, under the Constitution, it has repeatedly violated that moat sacred pledge, under which alone waa rallied that noble volunteer army, which carried our flag to victory. Instead of restoring tho Union, it has, so far as ia in its power, dissolved it. and subjected ten Statea, in times of profound peace, to military despotism and negro supremacy. It baa nullified there tho right of trial by jury; it hus abolished tho habeas cor? nus, that moat sacred writ o? ?berty; it lias overthrown the freedom of speech and tho press; it has substituted arbitrary seizures and arrests, and military trials and socret star-chamber inquisitions for tho constitutional tribunals; it haa disre? garded, in timo of peace, tho right of tho peoplo to be freo from searches and seiz? ure-; it haa entered tho post und telegraph offices, and oven tho privato rooma of in? divid?ala, and aeized their private papera and totters, without any apecific charge or notice of affidavit, BB required by tho or? ganic law; it baa converted the American capitol into a bastilo; it bas established a ayatem of apiea and official espionage to which no conatitntional monarchy of Eu? rope would now daro to resort; it baa abo? lished the right of appeal on important constitutional qucationa to the aupreme judicial tribunals, and throatena to cur? tail or destroy its original jurisdiction, which ia irrevocably vest od by tho Consti? tution, while the learned ('Met Justice baa been subjected to the most atrocious calumnies, nierelv because he would not proatitnto his high office to tho support of tho falso and parti/an charges preferred against tho President. Its corruption and extravagance bavo exceeded anything known m history, and by ita frauda and monopolica it baa nearly doubled tho bur? den of the debt created by tho war. It haa stripped tho President of his constitution? al power of appointment even of his own Cabinet. Under its repeated assaults, tho pillars of tho Government aro rocking on their baso, and should lt succeed in No? vember next, and inaugurate its President, wo will meet, as a subjected and conquorcu peoplo, amid the ruins of liberty and the scattered fragments of tho Constitution; and wo do declaro and resolve that, ever since tho peoplo of the United States threw off all subjection to tho British crown, the privilege and trust of suffrage have belonged to the acvoral States, and have been granted, regulated and con? trolled exclusively by tho political power of each State respectively, and that any ? attempt by Congress, on any pretext what? ever, to doprivo any State of thia right, or to intcrforo with its exercise, ia a flagrant usurpation of power which can And no warrant in the Constitution; and, if sanc? tioned by tho people, will subvert our form of Government, and can only end in a singlo centralized and consolidated Go? vernment, in which the separate oxistenco of tho States will be entirely absorbed, and an nnqualitled despotism bo established in place of a F?deral Union of co-equal States; and that we regard the reconstruc? tion Acts (so-called) of Congress as such are usurpations, and unconstitutional, re? volutionary, and void; that our soldiers and sailors, who carried tho flag of our country to victory against a most gallant and determined foo, must over bo grate? fully romcmberod, and all the guarantees given in thoir favor must be faithfully car? ried into execution. That tho public lands should be distri? buted as widely as possible among tho peoplo, and should bo disposed of either under tho pre-emption of homestead lands, and sold in reasonablo quantities, and to none but actual occupants, at tho mini? mum prico established by tho Government. When grants of tho publio lands may be allowed, nccossary for tho encouragement of important publio improvements, tho proceeds of tho salo of such lands, and not tho lauds themselves, should bo so ap? plied. That tho President of the United States, Andrew Johnson, in exercising the power of his high ofhco in resisting the aggres? sions of Congress upon tho constitutional rights of the States and the people, is en? titled to the gratitude of tho whole Ameri can peoplo, and in behalf of the Democra? tic party, wo fonder him our thanks for his patriotic efforts in that regard. Upon this platform, tho Democratic party appeal to every patriot, including all tho conservativo oloment and all who do siro to support tho Constitution and re? store tho Union, forgetting all past differ? ences of opinion, to nnito with us in the present great struggle for tho liberties of tho people; and that to all such, to what? ever party they may havo herctoforo be? longed, wo extend tho right hand of fel? lowship, and hail all such co-operating with us as friends and brethren. Tbc (So-Callcd) Legislature of South Carolina-Status and Color. Tho following is behoved to ho a correct hst of tho individuals at present holding high court in Janney's Hall, and called the Legislature. Tho Districts (or Coun? ties) which they claim to represent havo not been specified, from the simple fact that many of tho so-called hail from vory remoto noints. If wo havo accidentally made a black man white, or vice versa, we hopo tho unintentionally slandered indi? vidual will inform us at once, so that tho correction can bo made. Thoso who are known to bo Democrats are markod with an astoriak*: SENATE. wniTE. Boozer, L., Pres't, Hayes, E. 8. J. Arnim, Frank Jillson, J. K. Allen, Janies M. Leslio, C. P. . .Buok, H. Montgomery, C. W. ?Bieman, D. Owens, Young J. P. Corbin, D. T. Butland, J. M. Coghlan, T. J. ?Beid, J. H. Dickson, E. E. Rose, W. E. Donaldson, R. J. ?Rodgers, T. A. Duncan, H. W. *8ims. R. M. ?Fostor, Joel Whittemore, B. F. Hoyt. W. R. COLOREO. Cain, R. H. Rainey, J. H. Hayne, H. E. Rwails, 8. A. Maxwell, H. J. Wright, J. J. Nash, W. B. Wimbush, Lucius Randolph, B. F. ?Young, Valentino HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. WHITE. Berry, B. F. ?Moore, John B. ?Bullock, Zadoc Milford, T. B. ?Bryant, Javan Martin, James Collins, Wm. 8. Miller, Franklin F. ?Clyburn, T. Frank Mixson, W. J. Crows, Joseph Noaglo, J. L. Dennis, John B. O'Connell, P. J. DuBenborry, George Pettengill, Chad's H. Duvali, Lewis W. Root, T. ?Doyle, O. M. ?81oan, Frank DeMars, Francis ?Stewart, Wm. G. ?Field, Wm. T. Stoober, E. M. Feriter, John H. Stoibrand, Carlos J. n?voH Evan? ?Smith, Robert M. Holliman, G. Stubbs, T. B. Hydo, John B. Tomlineon, Reuben Jenks, Joseph H. Tinsley, Samuel Jackson, B. F. ?Turnor, Ciando C. Huh, Charles S. ?Waller, W. W. ?Keith, W. C. ?Wilson, John ?Lewie, G. A. Wooley, John Lang, Jordan Webb, Henry W. ?Littlejohn, Sam. Moses, F. J., Jr.,Spr McIntyre, George F. COLORED. Bosemaji, Benj. A. Lee. George Bennett, Georgo A. Lee, Samuel J. Brodie, Wm. J. Mayer, Julius Brown, Stephen Morrison, Wm. C. Burton, Barney McKinlay, Wm. Boston, John McKinlay, W. J. Boston, Joseph Mickoy, Edward Bishop, W. A. McDafnels, Harry Cain, Lawrence Hooley, June Cain, Edwin J. Mays, James P. Cooke, Wilson Mead, J. W. Chestnut, John A. Nelson, Wm. DoLarge, Robert C. Nash, Jonas W. Drifllo, Wm. Nucklos, Samuel Elliott, R. B. Purvis, H. W. Ezekiel. Philip E. Perrin, Wado Farr, Simon Prendograss, Jeff. Gray, Wm. H. W. Ransier. Alonzo J. Gardner, John Richardson, Thoa. Grant. John G. Rush, Alfred Goodson, JEeop Rivers, Prince R. Harris, David Smalls, Robert Hayne, Charles D. Smith, Abraham Hayne, James N. Saunders, Sancho Humphries, Barney Shreweberry, H. L. Hutson, James Smythe, Powell Henderson, James Sasportas. T. K. Johnson, D. J. J. Simons, Wm. Johnson, Honry Smiley, James Johnston, Wm. E. Scott, Robort F. Johnson, Samuel Thompson, Benj. A. Johnson, Griffin Thompson, 8am. B. JacobB, Honry Thomas, W, M. James, Burrel ?Valentine, R. M. James, Henry Wilder, Charles M. Jones, Wm. H. Whipper, W. J. Jnrvey, Wm. While, J. H. L .max, Hutson J. Wright, John B. FISHER & LOWRANCE. COLUMBIA, S. C. BEHIND THE SCENES, OR Four Year,) in tho Whito Honao with Mrs. Lincoln. By Elizabeth Rockley, (modiste.) Old Frita and tho New Era. By Miss Muhlbach. $1.75. John Mill?n and his Times. By Max Ring. $1.50. Tho Beading of Charles Dickons, (illus? trated.) $1.60. England Yeoman Life-from Life in tho Nineteenth Century. By.the Anthec of "Ministering Children." $1.75. Tho Book and its Story for the Young. By L. N. R. "Ecce Homo." By Bight Hon. W. E. Gladstone. $1.50. A Painter's Camp in England, Scotland and Ireland. $1.50. Dr. Bollowe's Travels in Europe, in 1866 and 1867. 57 . And a vp - ioty of Novels by popular Eng? lish authors. For sale at. Jone 13 BUYAN & McCARTER'8. ROSADALIS Purifies the' Blood. For Sale by Druggists Everjnrherc. July 21_ HTTlyr PINE TREE CORDIAL. "\"T7"I8HART,8 PINE TREE TAB COR YT DIAL, for Consumption, &c. Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis, Asthma, Colds. Wletar'e Balsam Wild Cherry. Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina? tive. Ayor'e Chery Pectoral, Stanley's Great Cough Remedy, The famous Quaker liniment. All for salo by FISHER * HEINITSH, June ll_Druggists. BACON MOLASSES, &c. 20.000 Ss?aSoe BAC0N' 5 hhds. Prime Bacon Shotdders, e casks First Quality Orange Hams, sugar-cured, 150 sacks Country Flour, 15 hhds. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses. For ealo low for cash only by April 19_E. St G. D. HOPE. See ! Call and See ! ! tides wiU do well by calling at my store before purchasing olsewhero. ALSO, On hand, with now lots continually arriv? ing, tho following lines of wares: CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED WARE. REPAIRING, in all its branches, noatly executed, and with despatch, by ISAAC 8?LZBACHER, Sign of the Green Spectacles, One door below Phoenix Ofllce, Main street, Columbia, 8. C. July 10_ EXCHANGE RESTAURANT, Camden Street, rear of Gregg's China Stor: J. CUMUINXH?; - - - Propriotoi. $0 #f ?fe HAVINO thoroughly fitted up the above establishment as" a RESTAURANT, I am prepared to furnish visitors with the beBt of EATABLES and DRINKABLES. OYSTERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.. prepared in the very best style, by one of tho finest cooks in the city. SUPPERS furnished at Bhort notice. . Emilios sup? plied with OYSTERS atreae n able prices. Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS constantly on hand. LUNCn every day at II o'clock. Deo 10 Smoking Tobacco. i f\f\ LBS. Pure 8panish SMOKING 1UU TOBACCO, . 1U0 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco. For salo low by E. & G. D. HOPE. July 10_ Fresh Crackers. BBL8. SODA BISCUIT. " Sugar CracLora. " Ginger Schnapps. ?. Butter Crackers. Also, Paney Crackers, Egg Biscuit, Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, 4,0., for ?alo bv J. St T. R. AGNEW. COOLING MEDICINES. SOLUTION CITRATE MAGNEE IA, frosh, GINGER POWDERS, Soda Powders, Siodlitz Powders. Chesnut Grove Whiskey, Tarrant's Aperient, Hurhand'a Magnesia, Congress Water. For sale by FISHER & HEINITSH, June 5_Pharmacists. Machine Oil and Belting. FOR sale by May 31 FISHER & LOWRANCE.