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\TASIIINOTON, Joly 10.-Comptrol?
ler Knox has returned from New
Orleans,.and is prepariug his final
report regarding the New Orleans
sub-treosirry and First National Bank
troubles. He has recovered $600,000,
which covers about half the Govern?
Gen. Sickles hos written to Senator
Trumbull, urging a general amnesty,
except individuals to bo named, on
tho ground, among others, that few
of the enfranchised classes are fit to
The Kentucky members regard
their admission during the present
NEW YOKK, July 10.- Tho steamer
Tioga, from Havana, on the 4th, re?
ported a revolution at Porto Rico.
The only military revolt was easily
suppressed, und the leaders executed.
It was reported that a cargo of slaves
were recently landed. After the '21st,
vessels arriving will be fined $2~>, if
weight aud measure are not stated in
manifest. Sugar more active, at S:5.,
rials per arrobe; Dutch standard 12.
NEW OUI.EAXS, July 10.-The
Brownsville Ranchero, of the 4th in?
stant, publishes the proceedings ol
the court-martial in the trial of Maxi?
milian and his generals. The prison?
ers were tried separately, each plea
containing a denial of the jurisdiction
of the court, and protesting against
the refusal of the right of appeal.
Maximilian was confined to his bed
when the case was called-his trial
being last. He was ably defended by
Senor Ettlnlio. Ortega, refuting thc
charges of usurper aud cruelty, said
the law of the 3d of October wa?
made when Maximilian was oheatec
into the belief that Juarez had aban
doned tho territory; and that the ar
tides of that law were dictated bj
the French commander-in-chief. Ht
said, moreover, that the law was oui;
intended os a terror, as there neve
had been a petition for pardon pre
pouted but it was conceded. Couuse
earnestly asked tho members of tb
court, in tho nnmo of civilization an<
the history which will be written o
the terrible deeds done this day, a
the defenders of thc second indc
peudeuce of Mexico, to save the gooi
name of the country in the eyes o
coming generations. They will fot
ever applaud tho erowuiug of th
greatest victories by tho greatest poi
dons. Among the accusations again!
Maximilian is in attempting to prc
long the war by the decree of Marc
7, creating a regency, in ease of hi
death in tho coming battles. Jesu
Maria Yasquese, one of Maximilian
counsel, dosed his argument as fo
lows: "If you condemn the Arel
duke to death, lam not uneasy abor
a coalition in Europe, or the threa
cuing attitude that the United State
may assume towards the republic,
hove confidence in the Liberal annie:
that have routed out tho French froi
the soil, but I fear the universal r<
preach that will fall upon our com
try, as au anathema, more than eve
the sentence of death, because of tl
nullity of the proceedings of th
court," The court commenced nt
a. m. on the 13th, and weut into si
cret session on the evening of tl
lith, and was dissolved at 10 o'cloc
ou the same night.
CHARLESTON*, July 10. -Arrived
Brig Despejada, St. Jago de Cuba.
RICHMOND, July 10.-Last nigh
in Petersburg, about 200 negroes a
Bembled at the cars, aud rescued fro
the sherill' of Nansemond County
negro convicted of felony, who w
being brought to the penitential
here. The negro was again arrestei
this morning, aud brought to tl
The majority of the negroes regi
tered in this city, so far, is 1,700.
The French tobacco, seized as ca
tured property by the Governmei
and for which the Rothschilds a
suing, was sold to-day by the Unit
States Treasury Agent. 'The mont
is to be held until the suit is decide
There are 311) hogsheads.
A meeting of tho citizens of But
ingham County, yesterday, adopt
the Republican platform" and c
dorsed the course of the Wliig.
WASHINGTON, July 10.-Hon. Jo
Nugent, of California, is an applier
?ur the position of Mexican Minist
aud is backed by the California dc
Internal revenue receipts to-il
BOSTON-, July 10.-Daniel DcShc
formerly a leading merchant he
died to-day, aged 72.
AUGUSTA, July 10.-Tim regis
list closed iu this city to-day. Tc
number registered 3,277-whites
5*6; blacks 1,730.
SAVANNAH,-July 10.-There was
ordinary nttendnuco on the Rep'
lienii mass meeting, this evening.
W. Tinney, of New York, gave
negroes somo good advice. Sevc
speakers followed. Resolutions w
passed endorsing thc Atlanta Conv
lion and Congress.
NEW ORI?RAKS, July 10.-A la
l.umber of Maximilian's officers i
soldiers, representing several natic
are in tho city-all wearing mourn
Napoleon and tho Sultan arc
ported to bo distant cousins. '
Emperor's mother was n daughte
Josephine by her first husband, w
tho Sultan's grand-mother wa
cousin of Josephine, having L
captured by an Algerine corsair
sent to the Seraglio at Constantino
. ? Congressional.
WASHINGTON, July 10.-Ia the
House, the time for taking evidence
iu the Kentucky election was extend?
ed to December. A committee of five
was appointed to inquire into the
treatment of Union prisoners, with
power to send for persons and papers.
A bill was introduced extending the
provisions of the homestead Act to
Alabama, Florida and Mississippi,
which was referred to the Reconstruc?
tion Committee. The Committee on
Foreign Relations was directed to in?
quire whether any American citizen
had been arrested and convicted in
Great Britain for words spoken in
America. Mr. Watson stated that the
Judiciary Committee had requested
him to say that they were not ready
to report on impeachment. Mr.
F itwell offered a concurrent resolu?
tion to adjourn to October next, eli?
citing a warm debate, whieh was
interrupted by the announcement of
Dennison's death. After eulogies,
the House adjourned.
In tho Senate, the consideration of
the Judiciary Committee's recon?
struction bill was renewed, and an |
amendment giving commanders pow?
er to lill vacancies, by appointing
citizens or detailed soldiers, was
adopted by 20 to 15. The following
was added to thc sixth section:!
'.Where holding such office at the
time of the rebellion or before.''
Dennison's death was announced and
eulogies pronounced. Adjourned.
COM MK KCl AL. AND FINANCIAL..
NEW YOKE, Julv 10-Noon.-Flour
lu u l-2c. better. Wheat 3(3 5c. better.
Corn quiet. Fork firm, at $22.20.
Lard quiet, at ll '._.(.< 12'.j c. Cotton
dull, at 20'.j c. Turpentine 5Sc.
Rosin 83.75(o 80.00. Stocks heavy.
Money 5@6 per cent. Gold 3834.
Sterling-time, 10*6; sight, 10 ' .
7 P. Al.-Cotton firm; sales 1,800
bales, at2G>... Flour-State $6.00(0
ll; Southern 80.50(re 15.75. Wheat
new white Virginia $3.35. Mixed
Western corn $1.0G??(ftl.08; wdiite
New Orleans 81.00. Fork unsettled-I
new 822.25; old 821.25. Lard finn,
at ll}mi(<i 12 Whiskey quiet. Rice
firm. Coffee quiet. Stocks strong.
BALTIMORE, July 10.-Cotton dull;
low middling 24 Coffee quiet-Rio
firm. Flour scarce, and higher for,
j good grades. Wheat-receipts of new
light. Corn active, and scarce-white
$1.19, from store; yellow$1.12(3 1.13;
Western mixed $1.07(^1.10. Bacon
I firm, ""aud stock small. Lud dull.
Sugar firm, at ll ".] for fair to good
CINCINNATI, July 10.-Flour in
good demand, aud the higher grades
improved most. Corn firm and un?
changed. Cotton dull. Mess pork
firmer, at $email@example.com. Bacon active
-shoulders 10; clear sides 13. Lard
improved in demand-country ll J.j.
ST. Loris. July 10.-Flour lin.i.
Corn easier, al 90@$1. Pork 822.75
c. 3. Clear sides 18.
CHARLESTON, July 10.-Cotton is
firmer; sales 100 bales-middling 25;
receipts 205 bales.
AUGUSTA, July 10.-Cotton more
active; sales 210 bales-middling
SAVANNAH, July 10.-Cotton dull;
no demand; middling nominally J'?:
receipts 115 bales.
MOBILE, Julv 10.-Cotton closed
dull, at 21 !ij(3 22; sales 200 bales.
NEW OKI.KANS, July 10.-Sales of
cotton 1,000 bales; market unsettled;
low middling 2i:._.o< 2.)''.j'; receipts72
btdes; exports 25? bales. Louisiana
clarified sugar 15'..; Cuba No. 12
12'4(f/13'.,. Molasses-no sales.
Corn quiet and firm-yellow and
mixed 81.15. Pork advanced-quoted
at 824.50. Bacon firm-shoulders
10}.?] clear sides advancing-13:!.?.
Lard dull and nominal-tierce 12'..
(</12% ; keg lSJ^fT? 13?,.. Gold 39.
LONDON, Julv 10-Noon.-Consols
0i:,i. Bonds 73.
LIVERPOOL, July 10-Noon.-Cot?
ton heavy and quiet; sales 8,000
bales-good uplands 10:,N; Orleans
! 10 15-10.
LONDON, July 10-Evening.-Con?
sols Ol7,,. Bonds 73,'.?.
LIVERPOOL, July lo-Evening.
Cotton and breadstuff's unchanged.
GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCTIONS.
It is estimated that tho total national
product of bullion in the United
States is now about 8100,000,000 per
! annum; $20,000,000 from pincer or
gulch gold diggings, and $80,000,000
from quartz mining. Of the quartz
product, .about tlnce-fourths uro front
gold-bearing lodes, and one-fourth
from silver mines. In the production
of gold, California takes the lead,
yielding about $50,000,000. En silver
mining, whieh is never done by hand
washing, but solely through the quar?
rying and reduction of quartz, Neva?
da is foremost, yielding 810,000,000
per annum. Idaho and I >regon make
up the remainder of orr silver pro?
duct. Virginia City, Ni vada, is built
directly ou the great Comstock lodo,
which, iu tho last eight years, has
furnished 800,000,000 of bullion, and
is said to bo one of the richest silver
mines yet known in the world.
FRAUDS IN REGISTRATION.-The
Richmond papers complain of frauds
in registration in that city. The
Stammer says: "Wo learn that it is
Geu. Schofield's intention to have
printed lists of all who registered
I prepared, which can be seen by all
our citizens; and if he should be
j convinced that frauds have been
j committed, he will set the registra
I tion aside, and order a new one to be
The South and Reconstruction.
Congress is disposed to make clean
work of its reconstruction business.
Tho bill reported by the Reconstruc?
tion Committee in the House is defi?
nite enough, and absolute enough, to
satisfy tho most fastidious. It sim?
ply makes tho military commander of
ench district tho only government
over its people and within its limits;
and sweeps away all other authority,
legislative, executive or judicial, that
might stand in his way. It treats
the whole Southern country as if it
were in a stato of war, and'hands it
over to the absolute control of mili?
Wo are not disposed to object to
this. We deem it wholly unconsti?
tutional, but that seems to be of little
consequence. Thomas Jefferson and
James Madison would have opened
their eyes pretty wide, if such action
had been proposed in their day, or if
they had been told it would become
possible in anybody's day; but they j
have both been dead along time, and |
ave becoming more dead every year.
Besides, we are passing through a
revolution-one much more thorough j
and complete than the one which
achieved our independence of Great j
i Brittan-one which is working far
1 greater changes in the nature ot our I
j Government and the spirit of our in
stitutious than that did-ono before j
1 which constitutional forms and. limit i
at ions of power avail less than no- |
? thing ns checks and restraints on the !
i popular will.
But the country stands in the pre?
sence of one paramount, overwhelm?
ing necessity-the necessity of n re?
stored Union; aud wc shall not
oppose or resist anything which pro?
mises that. There is danger that if
we do not get that soon, we may
never get it. There is danger that
our Government may become one of
factions backed by force-of conflict?
ing sections and States-of jarring
and wrangling interests, yielding obe?
dience only to arms, having no sym?
pathy with each other, no common
pride, no mutual love, no adequate
consciousness of their common weal
and common destiny.
The reconstruction law promises to
restore the Union, if its conditions
ar<^ fulfilled. It opens a gate through j
<rhich tho Southern States can come
back, and again become constituents 1
of the nation. We want to see that I
end accomplished, and wo welcome |
any law, any authority, any state of .
things which promises to bring it
about. We think it far better that 1
the South should be subjected for six |
months to the will of five-military
commanders, each o? them absolute
and supreme in his own district, than
bo exposed to commotion, anarchy
and military domination for ten
years. Ami that seems tons thc only
alternative open to them.
We trust, therefore, that Congress
will pass its explanatory law without
; delay. Make it so clear and explicit
that even Mr. Stanbery, with his
I legal microscope, eau detect no flaw
in it. Whatever else it is, let it at
least be definite, and. then, when the
Southern States have accepted and
fulfilled its conditions, keep faith
with them and take them back into
Congress and the Union, on an equal
footing with the other States. When
that is done, we shall havo a begin?
ning of a restored and perfected
Union- if we are ever to have it at
all.-yew York limes.
FIENDISH SLAUGHTER OP A WHOLE
FAMILY.-Tko Newbern Republican
relates the following circumstances of
a cold-blooded and fiendish murder
of a whole family, in Jones County,
Intelligence reached our city, on
i Saturday morning, of the murder of
Mr. Richard Reeves Fescue and
wife, nt their residence on Island
Creek, in Jones County. It appears
that on Friday, three colored men
cann; Oil the premises and demanded
money of the ladies in the house,
which was occupied nt the time by
Mr. Foscuc and wife, their two
daughters and two grand-children,
j Failing to get money from tho ladies,
j they took Miss Fosouc, Mrs. Owen
Witty and tho two children to the
smoke-house, and there shot them.
? Mrs. Gwen Witty. Mr. Foscuo's
; daughter, and nu infant child of Mrs.
j Witty's, were killed instantly, while
Miss Foscuc veas slightly wounded
! and left by the murderers, they cvi
i doutly thinking her dead. Miss
Foscuo will no doubt recover from
A grand-child o? Mr. Foscuo's, the
child of Mr. Martin Brock, was shot
while in Miss Foscuo's inns, and
died a few hours afterwards from tho
injury. After murdering the ladies,
it booms the murderers tied Mr. Fos?
cuc to n post near his smoke-house,
where they stripped him of clothing,
cruelly and horribly beat him, and
finally killed him by striking him on
the head with n maul. The wretches
then proceeded to the house and eom
plotcd their horrid work by murder?
ing Mrs. Foscue. They then ran?
sacked tho house, where they obtained
a small amount of money, after which
they left. As soon ns the murderers
were gone. Miss Brock, with difficulty,
got out of the smoke-house, and tak?
ing tho Brock child with her, made
her way to a neighbor's house. Tho
military authorities are in search of
the fioudish murderers.
Jnck Banister, praising tho hospi?
tality of the Irish, after his return
from one of his trips to tho sister
kingdom, was asked if he had been in
Cork. "No," replied the wit; "but
I saw a great many drawings of it
LET THEM COME.-We learn from
tbo SoiUhicest that application has
been made to the Christianburg <
branch of the Piedmont Land Agenoy .
for sixty farms for immigrants from t
Pennsylvania and New York. This 1
is encouraging news to the people 1
of that region. Why is it that the (
emigrants all go to the Valley? Be?
cause they will not there find so ,
many uegroes. Tho negroes seem ]
destined to the evil genius of Eastern ,
Virginia. They prevent immigra- j
tion to this region, keep down tho j
price of lands, keep tho whites all the <
while in hot water, and threaten to
ruin the State at the polls.
SUMNER SKURBFD AGAIN.-In tho
United States Senate, on Friday Inst, !
between Senator Sumner, who de?
sired to have a full margin for a hill
providing universal suffrage ia all tho
States, and for various other things, ]
and Senator Anthony, who had
brought in a resolution limiting the
business of this session to recon- i
struct ion, there was a lengthy and
animated discussion, ending in the !
adoption of Mr. Anthony's resolution j
-yeas 23, nays 9. This is, we guess, i
a pretty fair indication of Sumner's 1 (
strength iii tho Senate, with his
extra and ultra radical schemes.
[A'eic l or* Herald.
IMPEACHMENT.-It is understood 1
to-day that those members of Con?
gress who advocate the impeachment
of President Johnson have informally
agreed not to press its consideration
at the present session, but to en?
deavor to have Congress convened
on the third Wednesday in October
next, for the express purpose of
taking it np at that time. In the
meantime, tiie members and thc
country will have before them the
different reports of the Judiciary
Committee, with voluminous evi?
dence, on which to base a judgment.
[Washington Star, Oth,
A correspondent of the Lavaca
Commercial writes that Judge I. A.
Paschal (plain) and Judge McKay
(colored) delivered some memorable
specimens of oratory to the negroes
at Seguin recently. Paschal informed
his audience that all the negroes in
Prussia vote and hold olfiee. and that
one-third ol' the crowned heads had
succumbed to a republican form of
government last year. The old co?
lored man who asked us recently if
Queen Victoria were not a black
woman, saying bc "had heard so,"
must have been one of P.ischal's
auditors or private pupils.
Wheu a child is born nt sea it is
customary tu request the skipper of I
the craft to stand god-father. In
some cases, the young salt is hap- i
tized with thc name of the vessel.
A coteniporary gives a very* interest?
ing account of the sudden appearance
of an additional passenger in a city
car the tither day. As the "little
stranger" happens to be a boy, the
"Blarsted Britisher" thinks Oscar,
or as he pronounces it "Hosscar,"
would he a very appropriate Christian
GETTYSBURG.-A correspondent of
the New York 1'ribune, nt Gettys?
burg, asked the hotel-keeper how he
was effected by the great battle.
"The battle," replied iniue host,
"turned out well for Gettysburg.
Hack druin' and hotel keepin' are
a bit more eneouragin'. It was dif?
ficult to see what Providence set us
atween two fires for, but on lookin'
into our cash accounts we understand
The gun-boat Palos made a third
trial trip in Boston Harbor, on
Wednesday, using petroleum for
fuel. The trial was even moro satis- j
factory than the previous experi- |
mcnts. The rate of twelve knots j
was made against wind and tide, with
a prcssuro of thirty-two pounds of ;
steam. The vessel was fourteen j
inches deeper in the water than ou ;
the previous trials, and was in bad
The King of Prussia is having an
J iron-clad built in England, which is
I expected to be the finest alloat. She
! is to be 365 feet in length, with a
! width of 60 feet, and will measure
about 6,000 tons. Slip will bo cased
in iron eight inches thick; will have
two iron turrets, each to carry two
heavy guns, and will mount twenty
guns on dec!;, ot' thc heaviest calibre,
protected by shields.
There is much unpleasant talk
about Qucou Victoria in England
just now. lt is said, for instance, !
that she drinks too much wine, that
her temper is violent, and that she is
so parsimonious as to limit the sup?
ply of bread and butter to tho ser?
Some enterprising ladies in Phila?
delphia are trying to establish a daily
newspaper, to be published and cir?
culated especially among their ?ex.
The editorial duties are to bo per?
formed by six or seven ladies, who
shall each have a special department.
Sarah M. Sterling, tho American
giantess, was married in San Fran?
cisco to Thos. Flintoff, a youth of
San Bafol. Sho is soveu feet high,
and ho is four feet elovon inches.
Ten years ago, thc. number of work?
ing horses in Now York city amount?
ed to 8omo 51,000; fivo years ago, it
had increase 1 to 70,000, and is now
estimated at 110.000.
Father Cleveland, of Boston, is
ninety-six, and hard at work. He
says his hope is to bo a missionary at
At Indianola, according to tbe
Times, a gardener recently struck
with his hoo a metallic substance,
which proved to be gold to tho
wnount of $17,000, supposed to have
been melted in some forgotten tiro
nrhieh destroyed a building situated
an the spot.
In New Eugland, an enterprising
sitizen has invented and patented a
knitting machine, said to be the most
perfect yot brought before the pub?
lic. It will knit fifty pairs of stock?
ings' in a day, and is so simple that a
'mild can work it.
A youug mau tried to drown him?
self in Philadelphia because he could
not afford to get married. Several
have recently shot themselves be?
cause they had gaiuod that great
Jamaica papers are compelled by
law to publish tho residences of the
proprietors, for the convenience of
New York youug ladies wash in
champagne to improve their com?
plexion. Drinking it will make them
Tho Hudson River bas been fully
stocked with carp or gold-fish. They
originally got into the river from a
idivate pond at Newberg.
It is said the Emperor of Morocco
would like to visit France, but he is
afraid his subjects would not allow
him to return.
Cuba and Florida will be wedded
in telegraphic bonds within three
A son ol' Benedict Arnold became
a Lieutenant-General in the British
army in 1S03.
OKRA SOUP !
AT ; bc POLLOCK HOUSE, THIS MORN?
ING, ut ll o'clock, ano every day
hereafter. Twenty-live cents a plate.
FRESH RITTER AMI CRACKERS.
6TUBS choice ORANGE COUNTY BUT?
1 tubs CREAM and BUTTER CRACK?
ERS. Just received bv
Julv ll '2 C. IL BALDWIN & CO.
FPOM the celebrated CONGRESS
SPRING. Just received r ad for sale
July ll 1
ANY party having lost two BONDS of
the State of South Carolina, (old,)
and who eau furnish numbers of Bonds and
satisfactory proof of Haid Bonds being
stolen, can obtain them by paying ex?
penses. Apply at this office.
Pure liime Juice.
IA DOZEN, prepared iront the East
Lv" India Lime Fruit. This is something
agreeable and re freshing to tho well, anil
especially invigor ting and healthy drink
ter tiie sic!;. Just received at
July ll thC_E. POLLARD'S.
Richland Lodge No. 93., A. F. M.
A AN extra communication of this
>^\cVLodge will bc held THIS (Thurs
/W\da^ EVENING, 11th instant, at 8
o'clock, at Odd Fellows* Hall, foi the pur?
pose of conferring the Second Legree.
liv order of tho W. M.
?Inly ll 1 R. TOZER, Secretary.
Notice to Travelers.
r7^i^n? I WILL CARRY PASSEN
. ?SBfiBi rEl'.s from Spartanburg to
Greenville, tri-weokly-leaving Spartan
bur;,' Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and leaving Greenville Tuesdays, Thurs?
days and Saturdavs. E. M. WILLIAMS.
July ll ?J
Notice to Holders of Past Bue Bonds
and Coupons of the Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad Co.
TRI AS E S OFFICE, C. A S. C. R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, Julv itt, isr,7.
HOLDERS of PAST DUE BONDS and
INTEREST COUPONS of this Com?
pany are requested to present them to the
undersigned, who is authorized to issue
therefor new Coulton Bonds, bearing inte?
rest at 7 per cent, per annum. Fractional
Louds will bu issued for sums less than
Parties r aiding nt a d? dance may trans?
mit per Express, at the expense of thc
Company. C. II. MANSON,
July li 10 Treasnrer.
(1 OD willing, I shall cause to bo pub
X fished, at r. plac?-, time and price
hereafter determined noon, a Weekly
Paper, with tho above style and title.
The general object of tho publication
will bo tho maintenance of tho Christian
Scriptures as tho standard of right, in all
questions which iuvol . morality, whether
these questions appertain to man indivi?
dually or collectively, and whether arising
from his relation to God or his neighbor.
Enjoining conscientious obedience to all
thc ordinances of civil government not In
conflict with thc !r.w or God. the CHRIS?
TIAN NEIGHBOR will ho au unequivocal
advocate of Christianity as oppose ! to war,
l ither offensive or defensive.
.fl iiilo neither politics nor other incongc
nial matter shall in any wiso alloy; yet the
principles of Christianity will be applied
to all matters, HO far as they involve moral
principle. Politics shall he excluded from
religion, yet thu former Khali not bc ex?
empt from the application of the latter.
Identified with thc Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, whoso authority under God
is pat vmount with me, and holding thc
principles announced, the NEIGHBOR is
offered as ft medium of advocucy of all the
Interests of Christianity in that branch of
tho Church, and also as an agencv for en?
larging and establishing in other churches,
and tn thc regions beyond, that Kingdom
of Christ "which is not of this world."
I desire to ascertain, through tho agency
of all who will HO fat interest themselves,
what numbor of subscribers (name, post
office, County and Stato,) may bo reck?
oned in tho beginning; the prico govornod
hy size of Bheet for six or twol'-o months
to bo forth-coming on the reception of tho
Let all commTieatlons bo addressed
TDI H. BROWNE,
July li Marion C. H., S. C.
Flour, Lard, Co?ee, Whi?key, 'ic.
By D. C. PEIXOTTO.
I will eoll, THIS (Thursday) MORNING,
thc 11th instant, at half-past 9 o'clock, in
front of my Auction Boom, corner Wash?
ington and Assembly streets,
Darrels Family Flour,
Kegs extra Leaf Lard, bags Rio Coffee,
Barrels Old Bourbon Whiskey,
Boxes Family Soap,"boxes Pearl Starch,
Smoking Tobacco, (Fruits aud Flpwers,)
in pound boxeB.
Smoking Tobacco, (Chicora.) in pound
Scgars of various brands.
1 Tilton A McFarland Fire-Proof Safe, ia
1 Howe's Patent Scale-draws 1,800 lbs.
1 Truck, 1 Letter Prose, in tine order.
And many other articles.
Gooda received for auction up to hour of
Hale. Terms cash. July ll
Military Post-of Columbia.
OFFICE A. A. Q. M.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 6,18<>7.
TO BF. SOLD, at public auction, in front
of the Quartermaster's Store-Rooni, at
Columbia, S. C., on SATURDAY, July 13,
1867, at 10o'clock a. m.,
2 Government WAGONS,
7 PA ULI NS,
And a lot of Ambulance and Wagon
Harness, Stove Pipe and stove, Axos and
Axe Helves, otc, etc.
Terms cash In United States currency.
Bv order of Maj. Gen. 1). E. Sickles.
G. V. WEIR, Brevet Captain
And A, A. Q. M., ?. S. A..
Itt Lieut, and Reg'l Adj't 5th Art y.
July 7 "(j
fi?& PERSONS who desire to pass the
*" * summer months in a healthy section,
where good water and mountain air arc
the principal attractions, can bo comfort?
ably accommodated at tho WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each way.
Board by the week or month at reasonable
rates. D. RIEMANN.
E. H. STOKES
MTAKES this method of informing
his former patrons that he has BE?
FITTED and FURNISHED his
HOUSE in tho best manner, and is now
prepared to receive TRANSIENT GUESTS
on the most favorable terms. His house
is eligibly and conveniently situated-on
the corner of Franklin street, opposite Odd
Fellows Hall, (a lew doors below tho Ex?
June io Imo*
St. James Hotel,
KEW ORLEANS, LA.
rn O TRIE TORS :
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. GORRERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
?JT Telegraph and Railroad Ornees iu
rotunda or Hotel. July 3 Gmo
PT fjAA BUSHELS WHEAT, at
tJ*KJ\JVJ market price, bv
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
June 10 ?lmo
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL,
Rev. XV. CURTIS, LL.D., Principal.
THE Fall Session of this iu
/f^Bk stitution will commenco on
DHU.WEDNESDAY, the 17th inst.
^iJJKf^fcTerms and arrangements aa
jS^?neretoforo. . For particulars,
<S&3r apply to tho Principal, at the
The present session will close with a
CONCERT, on TUESDAY NIGHT, tho Otb.
MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
THE second term of thia
/J*^L\ scholastic vear will open on
t.^CB&feMONDAY, the 22d .lay of July.
.iAjLmF i Tho destruction of thc insti
jPSytntH buildings by fire will prove
G^EJr no obstacle in tiio proper con?
duct of the institution, as suitably rooms
havo been prepared on tho grounds for
the temporary accommodation of the
school; and BOARDING can still be ob?
tained In tin' families of thc Principal aud
Teachers. For particulars, address
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
July 7 Tia
YORKYl?.LE, S. C.
THE Second Session will bc
/f3mk gin ?n thc 15th of July and end
,tl LgAa-MU tin- l'.th ot December, l>r,7.
^TflKp-* l'or full information, appiv M
JSP?BF circular to Col. A. COWARD
?uLzJr Principal. June 21 ti;
CA S. C. li. li. BONDS and COLTON':?.
. North Carolina Bonds, old and new.
South Carolina Stock.
G. A C. Railroad Bonds-guaranteed.
North-East 3m Railroad Bond*.
FOR SALE C. A- S. C. R. R. SU>ck.
THOS. E. GREGG A CO.,
June 27 _ Brokers.
TO S01TIIEII\ MERCHANTS !
ROCK J81&SD cooos.
IF von desire to supply yourselves'for the
FALL and WINTER TRADE, wfththe
V ERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU free from ulioddy and other imparities,
Order Samples from the subscriber, and
they will be forwardod, with prices attach?
ed, during the months of July and August.
From these samplos you can make your
selections and return your orders; and the
goods will bo forwarded directly from tho
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rock Island Mauufac. Co.,
Jone 2 4mo Charlotte, N. C