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I 9cpressly for the Columbia Phoenix.]
PARIS, July 18.-Tte trial of
Borczowski for his attempt to assas?
sinate, the Emperor of Russia hus
resulted ia a, verdict of "guilty, with
extenuating circumstances," and ho
has been sentenced to imprisonment
nt hard labor for life.
SAN FDANCISCO, July 19.-The Re
?ublicau State Convention nominated
ohn Bidwell for Governor. The
resolutions favor impartial suffrage,
without'regard to color.
NEW ORIIEATS, July 19.-The reve?
nue cutter Wilderness arrived last
night from Vera Cruz, where she ar?
rived on the 14th. A deputation of
Mexican officials boarded the vessel,
aud warmly welcomed Madame Jua?
rez. On the 16th, she disembarked,
and met un enthusiastic public recep?
tion-civil and'military; the city was
illuminated, and fire-works displayed.
The party were to leave for tho City
of Mexico on the 16th.
Juarez arrived at tho capital on the
14th. Ho emphatically declines a re- I
^lectiou, and has ordered a new elec-1
lion? He will retiro to his hacienda j
iu thc mountains.
It is officially reported that Ridauri
was shot on the 8th. Marquez is be?
lieved to bo hidiug in thc City of
Mexico. Ho will be shot as soon as
Everything was quiet in Vera Cruz, i
and the city was perfectly health}-.
Tho Austrian sloop-of-war Eliza?
beth is receiving Austrian refugees on
board. Sho has no communication
with the Mexican ofiieinls, except
through tho United States gnu-boat
Tacony aud Consul Sauluier.
The Wilderness brings despatches
to the British, French and Austrian
Tlie Mexican Government is pre?
paring an address to tho world, iu
which it expects to justify themselves
for tho execution of Maximilian. It
will treat of tho killing of 63,000
Mexicans for defending their native
soil; cites precedents which they
think will prove clearly their acts
within tho range of propriety; will
produco docuuicuts which will throw
a new light upon their actions. The
ablest men iu the republic are en?
gaged on ' ho work.
Gen. ochoiiold hus issued an order
clearing from prison Mrs. Kirby, who
. killed her husband in Richmond, Va.
She was shown to be insane, and was
released on condition that she appear
for trial before the court in October.
Leavenworth despatches state that
the Indiaus captured a train near
Fort Lamed. Bishop Luwey, ten
priests aud six Sisters of Charity
were among the passengers. The men
were killed aud horribly mutilated,
and tho women abused. Au escort
tried to ovortake the train, to protect
it, but arrived too late.
Sau Francisco despatches state that
tho panic in mining shares continues.
Tlie pecuniary cost of the Mexican
expedition of tho French was over
$00,000,000 in gold.
Co ii great ional.
WASHINGTON, July 19.-In tho Se?
nate, the House amendment allowing
negroes to servo as jurors was adopt?
ed. A joint resolution from the ?
House, nullifying tho decrees of the
* Court of Claims, was severely de- j
nounced by Trumbull. Sumner in?
troduced a bill to strike out the word
whito from the naturalization laws,
which was referred to the Judiciary
Committee. The veto was read, and
tho bill passed notwithstanding-30
yeas to 0 nays-Bayard, Buckalow,
Lavis, Hendricks, Johnson, Patter?
son, of Tennessee, and tho Chair
announced that tho bill was a law.
The reconstruction appropriation bill
was passed over the veto. The Se?
nate passed a resolution to adjourn
to-morrow, at 3 o'clock, tJLiho first
Monday in December-22lHfe5-the
latter figure ropresontingpjpe im?
peachment element in the Senate, j
In tho House, tho Assassination I
Commit too was allowed to take evi?
dence by subpoena and administer
oaths. Tho Special Committee of
Five, appointed to investigate the
Paymaster's Department, in their
preamble to tho resolution, alleges
fraud. Tho vnto message was re?
ceived. It covers three columns, and
argues elaborately tho inconsisten?
cies, unconstitutionality and tyranny
of tho Act.
Immediately after tho reading of
tho message, the impeachers made a
strong effort-Bontwell, Butler ned
others characterizing tho message as
defiant. Stevens said they were urging
that matter in vain; there are unseen
agencies at work-thero arc invisible
powers at work in this country, which
will prevent impeachment. I repeat,
any attempt to impeach the President
will bo vain and futile Mr. Wilson,
Chairman of tho Judiciary Commit?
tee, denounced Steveus, with insinu?
ations asserting that no amount of
political pressure should turn him '
asido from tho dischargo of his duty !
according to law and fact. (Applause
from tho Democratic side.) Stevens,
without replying, demanded a vote,
and tho bill passed-109 to 24.
The veto of tho reconstruction bill
was read, and tho bill passed-100 to
A resolution was passed forbidding
the President io remove district com?
mandera, without the consent of tho
Senate, unless the General command?
ing the armies recommended it. Ad?
NEW YORK, 19-Noon.-Mo?
ney 5(3Oper cent ' Gdhl 40. Ster?
ling-time 10t?@10)?; sight lQf?.
Corn firm, for sound; Tieavy, for un
sound. Pork a shade firmer-822.80
@22.90. Cotton quiet and firmer
7 P. M.-Stocks excited and heavy.
Money 5@6 per cent. Gold 3934.
Flour heavy-State $firstname.lastname@example.org; South?
ern $9.60@17. Wheat firm-new
Virginia red $email@example.com; white $2.75
@2.79. Mifed corn $1.04($1.0Gi?;
white $1.11 J.j. Pork heavy, at $22.80,
Cotton firm; sales 1,000 bales, at
2G >?@27. Rice quiet-Carolina ll
(a\12. Sugar quiet. Turp?n tiuo 58(t?
58%. Rosin $3.50(ai8.
BALTIMORE, July 19.-Coffee quiet.
Cottou firmer-middling uplands
26}?. Sugar unchanged. Flour dull
nud declining. Wheat in fair sup
I ply, and deolincd 10c. Corn steady.
I Provisions very* firm.
NEW ORLEANS, July 19.-Sales of
cottcu 750 bales; market quiet, but
stiffer-low middlings 23'?@24>?;
receipts for tho week 870 bales; ex
1 ports 0,293 bales; stock 41,013 bales.
? Sugar aud molasses very quiet. Flour
i active-double extra $11.50@$12.
Corn advanced 5c. Outs quiet, but
firm, at $1.05. Pork dull, ut $25.
Laid firm aud active-kegs l t. Gold
CINCINNATI, July 19.-Flour dull,
and more offering. Corn dull--sacks
85(f/,S(5. Mess pork $23, without buy?
ers. Bacon higher-shoulders 11??;
clear sides 14%, with mon? buyers
than sellers, aud closed higher for
sides and for shoulders. Lani!
dull, at 12(rr 12'.;-.
CHARLESTON, July 19.-Cotton linn
and nnchnnged; sales 53 bales-mid?
AUGUSTA, July 19.-Cotton firmer
and more active, though not que ted
higher; sales 209 bales-middling
SAVANNAH, July 19.-Cotton firm
and good demand; stock light, and
business restricted-middlings 24; re?
ceipts 200 balas.
MOBILE, July 19.-Cotton closed
firm; sales 40(j bales-low middling
22; ?ales of the week 2.320.
LrvERFOOii, July 19-2 L\ M.
Cotton firmer, but unchanged-up?
lands 10'.jd. ; Orleans lO' .d! ; sales of
the week 76,000 bales, whereof 2,ODO
were for speculation, and 15,000 for
export; stock on hand 738,000, wher -
of 383,000 are American.
LONDON, July 19-2 P. M.-Con?
sols 94 7-10. Bonds 72
LONDON, July 19-Evening.-Con?
sols 94 7-10. Bonds 72 ' ,.
LIVERPOOL, July 19-Evening.
Cotton firm and active; sales 15,000
bales-middling uplands 10:'sd. ; Or?
leans 10 .'Vi. Manchester steadier for
goods; and hoblers ask an advance.
Breadstuff's, provisions und produce
I LABOR AS THE STANDARD OE VALVE.
It is a common but erroneous idea,
that gold is the standard by which
' general prices are regulated. When
j prices were advanciug, during the
war, dealers always pointed to the
upward tendency of gold as an ex?
planation for tho marking up of
goods. Again, when the premium of
gold decliued, the same idea lcd buy?
ers to expect a corresponding declino
in tho prices of commodities. But
gold is not the standard, nor even the
truthful index of values. We have
evidence of this in tho fact that, w hile
the gold premium is now 125 per
cent, lower than it was at ono stage
of the war, prices generally aro as
high now as they were at any pre
I vious time, and. in some cases, much
The truth is that labor is the basis,
the foundation of value. There are
certain circumstances which tend to
obscure its effect, but the principle is
unassailable, that the value of labor
underlies ami controls all other
values. The correctness of this view
is apparent, when wo consider that
every commodity requires labor to
produce it, or, nt least, to mnko it mar
! ketable. Even gold must poss
through the hands of tho laborer be?
fore it can be mado useful or valuable.
Everything that we eat, drink or
wear bears tho same impress. It is
evident, therefore, that since labor is ,
required to give valuo lo commodi?
ties, tho legitimate prices of these
commodities must primarily depend
upon the price of labor. Wo speak
of legitimate prices, because commo?
dities are often affected by specula?
tion, which causes a fictitious market
value to bo placed upon them. Tho
latter iufiucuco was very perceptible
during the war.
At tho time when prices were at
the highest notch, labor had not ad?
vanced moro than seventy-five per
cent, above the wages that were cur?
rent before the war. There were, of
course, peculiar circumstances which
helped to increase tho price of larger
commodities-such as taxation,
'scarcity of raw materials, etc.; but
still the inlluonco of speculation was
very perceptible. Labor being the
standard, therefore, it follows that
j its cost should control everything
that is purchasable, and does exercise
! this control, except in cases whoro
I speculation establishes unreal and
fictitious values. According to this
principio, houso rents might now bo
at least fifty per cent, lower than
they aro. Tho prices which they
now command are ??btive and
unwarranted; and if they wore re?
duced to their proper lovel, tenants
would have no cause to complain,
aud laborers would not feel obliged
to demand advanced wages in ordor
to pay thom.-New York Sun.
-f ? . .' ?
Tne Murder of Maximilian.
The unhappy Emperor has shared
the fate of nts chief associates, and
the renovated Republic of Mexico is
stained with the blood of the de?
That blood will cling to the nation
as well as to tho man who has ordered
it to bo shed. Juarez is but a type
of the race, which, since tho sove?
reignty of Spain was withdrawn, has
ever alternated between despotism
aud anarchy, and is now once moro
free to follow its hulf-suvugeiustinots.
Like tho great majority of those who
are called Mexican, Juarez is an In?
dian, without, it is said, any admix?
ture of European blood. Ho has
shown that ho hud energy, courage
nud perseverance; but to look to him
for mercy, gentleness, regard for a
fallen enemy, and such like virtues,
whether Christian or chivalrous,
would be futile. He belongs to a
yarty whoso usual recklessness and
disregard of human lifo have been
heightened lo tho extent of savagery
by the couflict of tho last four years.
The party again represents a barba?
rous population, inclined to look
upon moderation and mercy as signs
of weakness. The worst traits of tho
Mexican character have been exhibit?
ed in this matter, and it will impress
on the new Government a character
which will not easily be changed.
AK long as wo can remember,
Mexico has been aland of blood. The
rival factions have never shrunk from
exercising the utmost rights of victo?
ry. If the goods and the liberty of
peaceful residents were endangered
by the struggles of unscrupulous par?
tisans, these did, nt least, stake their
lives on the event, and when they
failed, underwent the last extremity
of war. One might have hoped that
the progress of enlightenment and
hu maui ty might have extended eve?
to Mexico, and that tho Republican
leaders, taught by tho events of thc
last few years, would have endeavor?
ed to introduce a milder political
code. They have had not only the
remonstrance of Europe, but tho ad?
vice of tho United States. Every ono
is agreed that Mich a political state as
existed before the invasion of tho
French, cannot permanently endure.
They must be awnro thai these inces?
sant disturbances and the desire of
so many lo gratify their ambition at
tho cost of tho public peace, had
their origin in tho recklessness and
demoralization of society, and that
these could only bo cured by aban?
doning the evil traditions of political
vengeance. But if they have, at the
first opportunity, revived all that was
worst in their former conduct, wo
expect their Government will go from
bad to worse, until it falls iulo anar?
chy and compels another interven?
tion. Europe is not likely again to
interfere, but a time must come when
the United States will have to deal
with the Government which slew
SKNATOH WILSON ON CONFISCATION.
Senator Henry Wilson, of Massachu?
setts, in a letter to Mr. Wm. T. Early,
of Charlottesville, Va., in reply to a
question as to what is necessary on
the part of the people of tho South
to avert confiscation from them?
selves, says: "Nothing will be done
for revenge, but everything for the
enduring peace of the country. No?
thing can bring confiscation upon the
people of the rebel States but tho
persistent folly and madness of
masses of their people, and I cannot
believo that tho body of their people
will, by their future action, bring
confiscation npon themselves. 1 will
suggest, my dear sir, a sure way for
your people to avert from themselves
confiscation, romove disabilities, re?
store law, order, peace, and indi?
vidual aud national prosperity and
happiness. Let them abandon at
once and forever the ideas, principles
and policies of their 'lost cause;'
strive to conquer the prejudices,
hates and passions engendered by
their rebellion and tho conflict they
inaugurated. Let them accept tho
results of tho nation's victory-thc
unity of the States; tho perpetuity of '
the republic; tho emancipation, en?
franchisement and citizenship of
their bondmen, their equality of
rights and privileges. Lot them do
this in spirit, as well as in form. Let I
them establish schools for the educa?
tion of both races. Let thom encou?
rage tho freedmen to bo thrifty and
temperate, to get homesteads and to
engage in industries in varied forms.'
WoNDEIUTUL MACH INK.-Three new
patents were issued to Captain E. B.
Olmsted, Superintendent and dis?
bursing clerk of tho Post Oilice De?
partment, on his machino for making
envelopes. This really wonderful
machino cuts, gums, folds, prints an
official or business card or post office
stamp, counts, tics in packages of
twentT-?VO each, and boxes, autom?
atically, at tho rato of 210,000 in ten
hours. Tlie inventor has been for
sevoral years engaged in perfecting
I National Intelligencer.
Chicago fully maintains its high
reputation as a fast city. Tho report
of tho Superintendent of Police for
tho last threo months gives tho fol?
lowing statistics: Total value of pro?
perty reported stolon, $35,779; total
voluo of stolen property recovered,
$81,037.55; total amount of fines,
$335,835, total number of arrests,
5,050. Among tho charges noted
in the report are: arson, 21; assault
with intent to kill, 21; burglary, 10;
forgery, 32; highway robbery tj riot,
130; larceny, ?59.
SAD QAS?AIVTY.-TA colored boy of
about six years was suddenly killed
in tbis pince, on Monday afternoon
last, in tba following singular man?
ner: The ebild was playing in his
father's yard, when a soldier of tho
garrison, who was passing along tho
road this sido of the depot, dis?
charged his piece to get nd of tho
load, and the ball passed over a field,
several hundred yardi, through an
inch board, through tho child's body
and lodged in his arm, killing him
almost instantly. A coroner's jury
was called-of white and colored
mou-who rendered a verdict of acci?
dental denth. This occurrence speaks
loudly against tho practico of shoot?
ing guns in the limits of the town,
especially when loaded with balls.
I Darlington Southerner.
Emigration to thc West continues
to flow on iu n steady and increasing
stream. lu thirty-three dava prior
to thc first of July nearly lO.'KKl
immigrants arrived at Cobnut .8,
Ohio. 2,()('J reached there in the
single week, ciming July 20. But
of this lutter number-Swiss, Prus?
sians and Bohemians-oue-quartei
intended settling iu different por
tiona of Ohio, already selected; one
fifth in Missouri, und the residue ii
Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minne
sota and Nebraska, w hile ii few go ti
A CHECK TO THE BISE VU PKOVI
SIOSS.-There was a pretty decide?
'..renk yesterday in leading Westen
product-. Flour declined 25c. pe
barrel; wheat 5c, und corn ?ind oat
lc. or 2c. per bushel. Pork decline!
50c. per barrel, and the rapid rise ii
other hog products received a de
cided cheek. The advance in sugar
now amounting to 2c. per pouui
within a brief period, seems also t
have been checked.
[New lark World, lG/A.
INVENTION HY A SOUTH CAROLINIAN
A Nashville paper states that Mr. >
li. E. Mayer, of Chester, S. C., lu
introduced au improved soap in Hu
eily, for which he has obtained a pi
tent. By the use of this soap, ha
tho time usually consumed is savci
and there are many advantages iu tl
way t f rubbing, boiling and machiiii
>\v. The paper man claims to spca
The Liverpool Mercury, of Jin
20, s::vs a number of suspicious pc
sons liave lately arrived from Am
rica in Liverpool, and, from thc
movements, there is little doubt b
they 1: ave visited the country on F
niau business. Some persons knov
to be leading Fenians arrived by ti
Scotia and the preceding Hulifi
Btcamors. It is said detectives ti
company them from New York.
If cucumber and melon vines n
touched once with a feather dipp
in kerosene, bugs or insects of ai
kind will not trouble them, it w
protect turnip aud other tender plai
from the ravages of tho liv. A ci
respondent says he has used calon
for thc lust ton years, withiuvalnal
success. He sprinkles a few grai
on each hill, and never loses a sin)
plant by bugs.
The last instance of monomai
for the acquisition of curiosities
have heard of, is the purchase, foi
"collection," of the cast-off shoes
celebrated race-horses and trottii
horses. The blacksmith who sh
most of these turf champions offei
tho owner of Dexter $5, Hie ot!
day, for the worn-out shoes the sh
had just taken off that animal, 1
was informed that ?-rio could be ea1
obtained for them.
INTERESTING TO RUNAWAY LOYS
The Fort Valley Gazelle anya:
Young people desiring to run a\
and many, will find this place
afford all tho facilities necessary
a speedy union. Our depot agent
an ordained minister; our hotel-k<
er prepares a wedding feast tl:
times a day; and half a do/en tn
leave at different intervals, for dil
We see it stated that "a new fash
in huhes' bonnets has made its
pearunec-tho long ribbons wi:
depend from them down tho b
being fitted at the ends with li
gold bells." This is a tolerably br
hint C>M the part of the ladies. 'I
wish those who are after thei
know that they have no settled
jection to a ring.
IMMIGRATION.-The right sort
immigration would no doubt 1
the South most materially, but
can't exactly seo how it can bo n
a paying investment, in the pre
tendency of things. Itwou'tdo
to tell the people one day that
inducements are great, and the
that the condition is such as t
CHOLERA.--Tho Louisville Jot
reports two cases of cholera osha
occurred in that city on Wednc
of last week. The victims won
Iber and son, both of whom di
short timo after being attacked
the disease. The Journal thinks
disease traceable entirely to
DROWNED.-We rogret to learn
a youth, named Austin Putmau,
accidentally drowned in Ral
Creek, in this District, at Aberc
bio's Mill, on Sunday last,
youth, wo learn, had gone to tho
pond to bathe. His body has
found, and an inquest held.
^ [Ixiurensville Hera
Fifly sheep were killod by 1
ning at Pittsfield, Mass., last Tl
Political arrests in Spain nae always
made on the largest scale, and it is
therefore not a matter of surprise
that, in consequence of a rumor of a
conspiracy against the life of the
Queen, the Government has at once
made a big haul of over 2,000 per?
sons suspected of complicity.
A Leavenworth paper, in urging en?
listment in ? Kansas regiment about
to bo raised to fight IudianE, says:
"Tho service will last two or three
months only, and will bo a source
of health, pleasure and profit to all
A wedding was recently spoiled in
Schenectady by a long lost husband
stepping into the carriage with tho
blushing bride and insisting that if
any marrying was to be dono, he
should have the precedence.
Brigham Young ungallantly said
of the wife of Joe Smith, tho prophet,
that she was "the d-dest liar he
knew." This was part of a Suuday
afternoon sermon upon the Smith
Tho New Orleans Picayune de?
scribes a recent tournament as a
"running of lauk, raw-boned horses,
splashing through tho mud, in tho
hopo of sticking pointed sticks
through tin rings."
Tiegistration commenced in Nash?
ville, Tenn., on Saturday, and out
of 100 voters registered only thirteen
En Canalla, there are seventy-threo
! gold mines, employing 780 miners.
The yield of gold for the last three
! months is valued at $660,955.
They tell of a French editor who
I is paid 8:10,000 per annum, and be
! sides his quill drives a carriage,
j Rat hunts are fashionable in Illi?
nois. By a recent one, 7,400 vermin
j were killed.
There was a hail storm in Central
Kentucky, last week, that destroyed
over $"?0,000 worth of property.
The Hon. Mr. Wlgfall, wo see by
tho London papers, han opened an
emigration office in London.
XTTAXTF.D, rorninetv .lav.-, tin sion of
>\ POUR HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Good sceurity, and a large bonus |>ai<l for
tho same. Address "A," Ktev Hos 50, Co?
lumbia !'. 0. _ July 20 1_
mAX-PAYERS that have not yet paid
1 their taxes will find my ?JOO;;H at my
obi ce, as tm executions have yet been
handed over to tho sherill, as was stated
iii the I'lnOlU, ?if thc HHIi Jnlv.
July 21)2 I MO. H. WADE, T. C. IL D.
ITV??. SALK CHEAP, at
? HUNTER'S MILL,
Cor. Richland and Marion Streets.
COMTBY T?M1P SEED,
.H ST RECEIVED ON COMMISSION,
100 Pounds Reliable Seed,
Fur salo low, at E. E. JACKSON'S.
July '20 2
The old Sporting Literary Emporium.
;u\? South Finn Street, Philadelphia.
WE have recently ailcleil to our stocka
very choice selection of rich anil
rare Dook-, Pamphlets, Song?, Cartes do
Visit?, Photographe. .Ve., Ac. Send for a
circular. Address J. T. SMITH, Ag't,
No 302 South Fifth .Street, Phila.
July 20 BCmo_
$5 0^0 REWARDT~
Stop the Rogue ! !
STOLEN from thc undersigned, on tho
Lexington Hoad, loading from Loxing
I ton C. H. to Hughey's Kerry, fourteen
miles from Loxington. on tho night of the
? 17t!i instant, a SMALL SORREL MARE,
j in good work order. Shu is rather low and
! light before; is alight sorrel; is very gen
i tie: bas a hurt on the bael;, cans? il by the
back part of tho saddlo. She is frosh shod
before; her mano has been crapped, but ia
now grown out so as to lie over; nbc is
about six years old. The above reward
will bc paid to any person who may take
ber np, or give information as to her
whereabouts. Address me at Alston, S.e.
July 20J2_J. T. KOON.
I" OUI8A, OF PRUSSIA-by :>lis* Muhl
iiench and Bar, ita wit, humor, Ac.-bj
College Lil. -, hy Rev. Dr. Stephen Olin.
Thackeray's English Humorists, and thc
Reigns ot the Four Georges.
Libor Libroruro-its Strucluro, Pur
Seabrook's Travels in German)* anil
Mr. Wyman's Ward; by tho author of
Sylvan Holt's Daughter.
Raymond's Heroine-a capital novel,
says the London Times.
Diavola, or Nobodj's Daughter; by Mist
Also, new supplies of all Miss Muhl
bach's Historical Romances. For salo .af
^ ^ .1. J. McCARTER'S Bookstore.,
TAMARINDS ! TAMARINDS !
JUST received, "> kegs of those delicious
sf rAU TAMARINDS. This fruit is
especially adapted for the invalid as a
cooling and nutritious beverage They are
also excellent in fevers, to allay thirst. At
_Ju!y 7 tnt; E. POLLARD'S.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN EQUITY-UNION DISTRICT.
Joseph Whitmlre and others, creditors of
John lt. R. Hiles, vs. Janus T. Douglas
and Wife.-Bill tO Marshal Asst ls.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of his
Honor Chancellor Carroll in this case,
tho creditors of John lt. R. Giles, deceased,
late of Union District, S. C., aro required
to render on oath and establish their de?
manda before mc, by tho first dov of Octo?
ber noxt. WM. MUNRO,
Commissioner in Equity Union Dist.
Onion C. H., 8. C., Juno 20, 18G7.
Juno 23_ ftol
AT J. C. SEEGERS & CO.'S.
MOLASSES AND BACON.
? UHDS. MOLA88E8.
J 6 " Clear Ribbed BIDES.
5 hbds. SHOULDEK8. For sale low by
July 18_O.Jb. HOPE.
EDWARD F. STOKES,
Attorney at Law ami Solicitor in Equity,
WILL PRACTICE iu tho Courts or Law
and Equity of South Carolina.
Omeo in Swandalo's new building,
opnosito tho Mansion House, Greenvillo,
Thomas FI ill, President of Harvard Col
logo, Massachusetts; J. 1!. Minor, Law
Professor, University of Virginia; C. P.
Sullivan, South Carolina; ?ov. J. L. Orr,
South Carolina; ox-Gov. U. P. Perry, South
Carolina. _July 13 simo
ANY party having lost two BONDS of
thc State of South Carolina, (old,)
and Who can furnish numbers of Bonds and
satisfactory proof of said Bonds being
stolen, can obtain thom by paying ex?
penses. Apply at thia office.
United States Internal Revenue.
COLOUUA, S. C., Julv 17, 1867.
NOTICE is hereby given that all TAXES
assessed in Lexington District, for
the years of 18liL 1805 and 1QG(!, aro now
past duo, and payment thereof is required
lo 1)6 made to A. H. MONTEITH, at the
Kinski'? Ferry, August 1. 2 and ?,
Lexington C. il., August and G.
Sanford Eleazar's Store, August 10.
The Taxes can also be paid nt tho Ool
I lector's Office, over Hope's store, atColum
I bia, S. C., until 15th August; after which
date a penaltv will be added to all default?
ers. A. S. WALLACE,
.Inly ls ;- Collector :td District S. C.
RICHLAND- IN EQUITY.
Mary S. North, Adni'x, VS. Martha J.
TIIK creditors of the late firm of Town?
send ft North arc hereby called upon
to provo their demands before me within
three mouths from date hereof, April 20,
1867. 1). R. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Julv 19 fsC_
RITA DAGA TURNIP SEED.
A LARGE LOT of the Fall and Winter
A. variety of RUTA HACA and the
LARGE GLOBE, NORFOLK and STONE
TURNIP SEEDS; also, tho Winter variety
of CABBAGE SEEDS-crop 18<>7-froiii
Lundi et li ?V Sen. Juat received at
July 10 fl> K. f'OLLARD'S.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
I Charles BI. Fnrman, Trustee, vs. the Green
i villo and Columbia Railroad Company
Order calling in Creditors.
? TN pursuance of the decretal order in
: JL tho above stated case, "tho creditors
I of tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad
? Company holding bonds and coupons co
rorcd by tho mortgage bearing dato 18th
j January, 1854, and rofl in d lo in tho plead?
ings, aiid ?di crediton having any interest
under said mortgage," are hereby required
to present and prove llu ir demands before
me, at my office, in Columbia, on or betcre
tho first day of January next, "or that
they be excluded from all bonofit of tho
decree to bo rendered in this case. Th?se
who choose to come in as parties com?
plainants aro allowed to do so, and those
who wish to do so, univ come in as de?
fendant*. D. fi. DESAUSSURE,
i June 20 ws3mo ( '. E. R. D _
nil A MTS ? "
ROCK IStANO C00DS+
IF vou defile to supply Yourselves for the
FALL and WINTER TRADE, with, the
V ERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS aud STYLES
AND wrrn THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
Ail free from shoddy and other impurities,
Order Samples from t he subscriber, and
they will bo forwarded, with prices attach?
ed, "duriug tho monika of July aud August.
From those samples you c an make your
selections and return vour orders; and the
goods will be forwarded directly from the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rock Island Manufac. Co.,
Juno 2 Imo_Charlotte, N. C.
C& S. C. R. R. BONDS and COUPONS.
. North Carolina Bonds, old and new.
South Carolina Stock.
G. ft C. Railroad Bonds-guaranteed.
North-Eastern Railroad Bonds.
FOR SALE-C. St s. C. R. R. Stock.
THOS. E. GREGG ft CO.,
PASSENGERS leaving Columbia on
tho South Carolina Railroad by tho
morning train, can get BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ample time is allowod for
that purpose. 0. A SCOTT,
MPERSONS who desire to pass tho
summer months in a healthy section,
?hero gooil water and mountain air arc
the principal attractions, can bo comfort?
ably accommodated at tho WALHALLA
j HOTEL. Trains now run daily each wav.
I Board by the week or month at reasonable
, rali s. v D. RIEMANN.
July 9 * 3mo
E. H. STOKES
TAKES thin method of informing
bis former patrons that he has RE?
FITTED and FURNISHED his
HOUSE in thc best manner, and is now
prepared to recoivo TRANSIENT GUESTS
OD the most favorable terms. His house
is eligibly and conveniently situated-on
tho corner of Franklin street, opposite Odd
Fellows Hall, (a few doora below the Ev
RICH M 0 N I), VA.
June 10 Imo*
St. James Hotel,
MEW ORLEANS, I.A.
PROP a IE Tons :
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleau ;.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
jWTelograph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotol. July 8 Cmo