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BOMB, June 28.-A oonpUtory tra?,
held, yesterday, at which many now
Bishops were appointed. The Holy
Father delivered two sep?rate alloca?
tions-one concerning the Papal
hu11, calling ? General Council ot the
T an Catholic . Church, and ther
o on the present state of religion'
PAMS, June 28.-L? Libert? pub?
lishes a report that Menotti Garibaldi
is raising a body of volunteers, to
make another attack on Borne. At a
pubiio banquet, jn Uivita Vecohia,
Gene- ? Dumont, commander of the
Frenen forces, in the Pontifical
States, declared that France would
never abandon the Holy Father.
BELGRADE, June 28.-Milan IT,
the new Prince of Sorvia, has arrived
in this city, from Paris. He is ac?
companied by Counsellor Bistioh
and by his tutor. The Prince is
reoeived with the greatest enthusi?
asm by all classes of people. He
was mat, at the gates of the city, by
the principal officers of the princi?
pality, and conducted to the cathe?
dral, amid the acclamations of the
multitude, who lined the streets. At
the conclusion of the ceremonies at
tho church, the Prince was escorter!
to the palace, where he is now in?
VIENNA, June 26.-The Jews of
Bucharest presented an address,
through Prince Napoleon, who is
now there, asking amelioration, and
thanking the Emperor for his known
liberality to all races.
WASHINGTON, June 26.-The tax
bill has been coneluded, except five
pages-referring to banks and bank?
ers; no important amendments.
In the Senate, a petition, by tele?
graph, from California, was present?
ed, asking a reduction of the grape
In tho House, Payne's bill, giving
arms to the State militia, was referred
to the Military Committee.
Payne's bill, furnishing arms to the
militia, authorizes the Secretary of
War to supply each Congressional
District with 2,000 rifles and a batte?
ry, upon the assurance that militia
organizations in the respective Dis?
tricts aro loyal.
Mcculloch will not resign. It is
very doubtful whether the President
desires his resignation.
Customs receipts for the week
ending the 20th, $2,500,000.
NEW OniiBANS, June 26.-An affray
occurred in Victor's restauraunt, late
last night, in which Major Frank
Maunoy, of Nashville, was stabbed
by an unknown man, who made his
escape. Mauney died instantly.
NEW YOBE, June 26.-Seymour
addressed an immense crowd, in
which ho said without a general
amnesty and tho restoration of suf?
frage to all whites South, a great
standing army must be a permanent
institution. Ho said nothing in be?
half or against any candidate. No
man has beeu named by the Demo?
cratic party whose election would not
help tho tax-payer, pensioner, laborer
and bondholder. Appealed to all
classes-North, East. West and South
-to uso their united efforts to restore
peace and prosperity, and drive from
power the onomies of liberty,
honesty, honor, rights and Consti?
SOUTHERN DELEGATES TO NEW
YORK-VIEWS OP B. H. HILL.
On Monday afternoon last, in a con?
versation with us, Hon. B. H. Hill,
whoso opinions aro entitled to con?
sideration by his many admirors,
stated, that, in his judgment, the
Southern delegations should have
but little to do with determining the
nominee or the platform of tho De?
mocratic party,*- in the approaching
Convention; that tho platform should
be a short and simple one-if it said
anything at all upon tho snffrago
question, it should simply declare
that tho settlement of that question
belonged to tho States; that the
Southern delegates should cheerfully
co-operato with tho Northern dele?
gates, in whatever their judgment
deemed proper to be done; that har?
mony should and would prevail, and,
whoever should be considered by the
North tho most available and sure
candidate, whether Judge Chase or
any other person, to defeat tho
schemes of tho radical party, should
have the cordial support of our dele?
gates and people.
[Macon (f?a.) Telegraph, June. VJ.
The New York Directory for 1868
69 contains 185,751 names, on in?
crease of 8,434 over the number
in tho edition for last year. New
York contains 1,760 Smiths, 160 of
whom are "John Smiths." The
churches, 364 iii number, are divided
as follows: Baptist, 31; Congrega?
tional, 7; Dutch Reformed, 17;
Friends, 3; Jewish Synagogues, 27;
Lutheran, 18; Methodist, 48; Afri?
can, Mu l'n od ist, 4; Presbyterian, 48:
United Presbyterian, 7; Reformed
Presbyterian, 5; Episcopal, 64;
Catholic, 39; Unitarian, 8; Univer?
salist, 3; and 18 miscellaneous. 207
publications are regularly issued, of
which 18 aro doilies.
The corner-stone of a new Catho?
lic Cathedral in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
was laid Sunday, with appropriate
ceremonies, in the presenco of an im
KI NANCI Al. AND COMMEIICIAL.
NEW YORK, Jun? 26- No?n.-Gold
40. Wheat l@2c/lower. Corn lo.
lower. Cotton firmer, at 31(3?|31J?.
. '7 P.M.-Cotton more active and
>?(g>lo. better; sales 4,000 bales, at
31@31>^. Flour opened firmer, but
closed drooping-Southern common
to fail! extra 9.05@10.C0. Wheat
very heavy and 3@5c. lower-West?
ern 83. Mess pork heavy, at 28.25@
28.37!?; old email@example.com. Lard a
shade easier-kettle 17}?@18. Su?
gar in fair request. Coffee firm.
Freights firm. Gold 40):-; South?
ern bonds steady and in fair demand.
BAI?TTMOBE, J une 26.-Cotton firm,
ab 81. Flour active and in better
feeling but prices unohauged. Corn
firm. Mess pork 29. Shoulders
CINCINNATI, June 26.-Flour and
corn dull. Mess pork 27.75. Lard
16^. Shoulders 12%; clear sides
CHARLESTON, June 26. -Cotton
more active and firmer, at an ad?
vance of >?@lc. ; sales 300 bales
middling 80; receipts 62.
AUGUSTA, June 26.-Cotton market
dull, but holders firm-middling 30.
SAVANNAH, June 26.-Cotton firm
and in fair demand-middlings
30,'o ; sales 133 bales; receipts 183.
Reports from crops favorable. Late
rains have been a benefit.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 26.-Cotton
firm-middlings 29; sales 150 bales;
receipts 115; sales of the week 1,199.
Gold 40. Sugar aud molasses dull
and nominal. Flour dull-superfine
firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork dull, at 291?. Ba?
con quiet;-shoulders 13)?@18??.
LIVERPOOL, June 26-3 P. M.
Cotton firmer; sales of the week
68,000; exports 14,000; speculation
9,000; stock 607,000; American
369,000; stock afloat 539,000, whereof
39,000 aro American.
LONDON, June 26-Evening.-Con?
sols 94^094%. Bonds 70@70??.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 26-Evening
Cotton firmer and more active; sales
15,000 bales-uplands llj?(?ll??;
Orleans 11>???11^?. Manchester
OBSERVATION OF THE WORKING
CLASSES.-The British Society of
Arts, has instructed Mr. Coningsby,
author of the "Special Report on the
Condition of tho French Working
Classes," to proceed to America, and
visit the chief cities of tho United
States, for the two-fold purpose of
inquiring into the present state of
American manufactures, and drawing
up a report upon the condition and
educational status of the artisan po?
pulation. Mr. Coningsby, after
going through the Eastern, Middle
and Western States of tho Union,
will return, via Canada, in time for
his report to bo issued to the public
in book form, towards tho close of
tho present year.
The Union Pacific Railroad is
being built more rapidly this year
than ever. Tho word is "To Salt|
Lake by Christmas. " 640 miles are
now in running order, and 100 miles
more are nearly ready for tho track.
Brigham Young has 5,000 men at
work in Utah, and says ho is not
afraid of tho Gentiles. It is proba?
ble that tho locomotive will go
through to the Pacific in 1869 instead
of 1870, and will carry along with it
an immense train of passengers and
freight, now awaiting that happy
event. Contrary to tho usual expe?
rience of railroad companies, tho
Union Pacific has au abundance of
ready money, and pays cash for
GENERAL STEEDMAN'S OFFER.-The
Louisville Journal, which enjoys the
reputation of being cautious in its
statements, avers that General Steed
man offered the impeachment mana?
gers a dinner if they would examino
him, and that ho agreed to provo
that Senator Pomeroy's vote was
offered him for 810,0?U. Tho ma?
nagers declined the proposal. If the
story be true, a comniitteo to investi?
gate the managers' investigation
should be appointed at once; if not
truo, it should be authoritatively
denied-not by Butler, for he is no
authority in a question of veracity.
[New York World
THE ELECTORAL VOTES OF THE
STATES.-Illinois 16, Indiana 13,
Kentucky ll, Massachusetts 12, Mis?
souri ll, New York 33, Virginia 10,
Ohio 21, Pennsylvania 26, Tennessee
10, Alabama 8, Arkansas 5, Califor?
nia 5, Connecticut 6, Delaware 3,
Florida 3, Oregon 3, Georgia 9, Kan?
sas 3, Louisiana 7, Maine 7, Mary?
land 7, Minnesota 4, Mississippi 7,
Nevada 3, Nebraska 3, New Hamp?
shire 5, New Jersey 7, Rhode Island
4, South Carolina 6, Texas 6, Ver?
mont 5, West Virginia 5, North Ca?
rolina 9, Wisconsin 8, Iowa 8, Michi?
gan 8; Total 317.
An old man named Ward was kill-1
ed in Tecumseh, Michigan, a few days
ago. He had lived in that place
entirely alone for thirty years; no
one knew whence be came, and about
the only fact he communicated to his
neighbors was that he was in con?
stant dread of the Masons. Some
ingenious thoorist has started thn.
story that Ward was the original and
veritable Morgan, whose mysterious
disappearance some forty years ago,
supplied the raw material for some
of the bitterest political campaigns
iu our history.
" \x.ir "M i ?Uli M?/I^HM'H?'1-IllihOW' ??H?
? i"*!' nu,', BI .'il 'j mu
A clergy rana lost his horse Saturday
o vening, and after bunting With a boy
until midnight, he gavo up in de?
spair. The next day? somewhat de
joe ted at his loss, he went into the
fmlpit, and took for his text the fGl?
owing passage from Job: "Oh,
that I knew where I might find
him." The boy, who had just come
in, supposing tho horse was still the
burden of thought, cried out, "I
know where he is. He's in Deacon
CONGRESS WILL NOT ADJOURN.-We
learn from parties who have just re?
turned from Washington, that Con?
gress will not adjourn, but will take
a recess from August to October.
This measure has been decided upon,
it is said, to keep a check upon the
President's removals and appoint?
ments to office during the present
No MONEY TO DE HAD.-It is re?
ported that Hon. Elihu B. Wash
burne has been on to New York to
raise funds for the much-enfeebled
and dispirited radical party, and has
returned and endorsed! on his writ,
"No goods." Not a cent to speak of
can be hnd. Prudent men do not
like to invest, and few men now-a
days have money to throw away."
A young girl, one of the Arah
children under the protection of the
Arch-Bishop of Algiers, states that
sho is the only child left of five ol
her family, the other four having
been successively killed and eaten bv
their parents. On Bearch being
made, the bones were discovered ic
Four men have beeu arrested in
New York and held to bail for carry?
ing on a distillery on board a ship,
They would take in a cargo of ma
terial, make a short cruise, during
which tho still was operated, and thei
return with spirits.
Speaker Colfax having been ap
pealed to to settle a dispute concern
lng the pronunciation of his name
returned tho following answer: "M;
first name is pronounced as if writtei
Skyler, nnd the last a3 if writtei
Two lads, neither of whom is ove
seven years old, recently rescued
drowning mau at Hallowell, Me., a
ho was about to sink for the thin
time. Harry C. Ordwdy and Fran
Harvey aro the brave boys' names.
Two boys fought out a quarrel th
other day, and the bigger proved tb
'best mau.' "Darn ye," said No. S
when he was used up-"darn ye, if
can't lick ye, I'll make mouths at yoi
Tho steamboat Daniel Drew, tl
other day, ran fourteen and a ha
miles in thirty-four minutes, with
pressure of only thirty-five pount
of steam. This is said to bo the be
steamboat time on record.
A young lady being asked by
feminine acquaintanco whether si
had any original poetry in her albur
replied: "No; but some of my frien<
have favored me with original spel
An Irishmau, illustrating tho ho
rors of solitary con?uement, stat?
that out of 100 persons sentenced
endure this punishment for life, f
teen survived it.
A sentimental youug man tht
feelingly expresses himself:
"Even as Nature benevolent
guards tho rose with thorns, so do
sho endow women with pins."
The publisher Derby, who boug
a farm last year in South Carob
for 310,000, will almost pay for
this season with the profitsjof 1
! peach crop.
Tho Sultan of Turkey ordered
be manufactured in Paris a sib
table, the price of which will not
less than 3,000,000 of francs.
Perfumed napkins aro an idea ol
New York hotel-keeper; and p
fumed theatrical programmes of
New York perfumer.
Chicago has been iudulging
another census, and solemnly dec?a
its population to number 240,044,
increase in two years of about 30,0
When should a man dine?
rich," said Diogenes, "when he lik
if poor, when he can."
A Cincinnati negro poisoned hi
self the othor day, for love of a wi
girl who wouldn't miscegenate.
A man can go along without
vertising and so can a wagon with?
greasing, but it goos hard.
Some wretch of an editor says t'
another twist of the ?adios' hair wo
take them off their feet.
A correspondent wishes to ki
how much the waste of time m
Bugs, beetles and humming bi
ore used for trimming evening dn
The military authorities offe:
reward of $t>,000 for the arrest of
murderer of G. W. Dill, near Came
Mississippi has gone largely
mocratic. The Constitution
been defeated by the colored vot<
Gen. Prim says Queen Isabella
Spain, has fifteen illegitimate c
A very beautiful Oriential pro>
runs thus: "With time and path
the mulberry leaf becomes satin.'
- The Haytian dollar is now sal
be worth ouly two cents in coin.
ft1 1 "J'U1.1 1 I "U 'i, .iii i
A Mr. Day advertises the loss of bis
dog. We hope he will succeed in
finding him; for if "every dog has his
day," every Day ought to have bis
A mau who cannot mind his Own
business, is not to be trusted with
that of the Government.
A mariner of intense Southern sen?
timents refused to be guided by the
North star. Tv
Why may carpenters believe there
is no such thing as stone? Because
they never saw it
The sheep in the meadow and the
axe in the forest contribute their
"chops" for the support of man.
Report for Week ending Friday, June 20.
PHCF.NIX OFFICB, COLUMBIA, Jane 27,1868.
There has boen very little doing in cotton
daring tho past week, and wo therefore
omit tho detaila-middling 27.
All other articles of country produce are
in good demand, with a fair supply.
The following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notes, ie prepared by Oregg,
Palmer ?& Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camdon.23
Bank ot Charleston. .20
Bank of Cheater. 7
Bank of Georgetown.5
Bank of Newborry. 30
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State o? South Carolina, [old,].. 10
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 10
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchange Bank. 8
Plantora' Bank. -1
Farmera and Exchange Bank. 1
Stato Bank. 1
South-Weat ern Railroad Jlank, [old, J_23
Planters and Mechanics..-.IC
W liol.-.sn t?- I'rlcea Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY HY
THE COLUMBIA BOA Ii J) OF TRADE.
APPLES-Per bushel.1 25 ?1 50
BAGGING-Ounny, per yard.. ? 25
Dandee " .. ?30
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 20 ?
N.Y.or West, " 15 ? 16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 50 ?
Country, " .. 20 ? 25
BACON-Hains, per lb. 20 @ 24
Sides " . 17*,? 18*
Shoulders, " . 10 ? 17
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00@12 00
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb- 37(3 45
Adamantine, " .. 22 (3 23
Tallow, " .. 18 ? 20
COTTON YAUN-Per bunch. .1 70 ?1 00
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 27 ?
Middling, " 25 ?
Low Middling, '* 23 ?
Good Ordinary, " 20 ?
Ordinary, fft " @
CHEESE-English Dauft per lbl9 ? 20
factory, * " 19 ? 20
COFFEE-Kio, per lb. 23 ? 20
Laguayra, :4. 28 @ 30
Java. * ??.... 37 @ 10
FLOUR-Country, per bbl.. .12 00@13 00
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 40@1 45
Wheat, " .1 G5@2 00
Oats, " .90 ?1 10
Peaa, " .1 80@1 10
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12J? 18
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00@1 25
LARD-Per lb.20 ? 25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " .. 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl...2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 58?G0
New Orleana, *; 1 00@1 25
Sugar Houae.11 .. 75?1 25
NAILS-Per keg.G 23@7 50
ONIONS-Per bushel. ?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 55
Machinery " .... 75@l 00
POTATOES-Irish, per buahel.l 75?2 00
Sweet, " . 75? 80
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? 12J
East India, " .
Silver.1 30?l 35
SHOT, per bag. ?3 50
SALT-Liverpool, per aaek.2 50?
SOAP-Per 11>. 9 ? 12
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon G 00
Brandv, " .4 00@12 00
Holland Gin, " ...5 00@7 00
American " " .. .3 5?@1 00
Jamaica Rum, " .. .0 00?7 00
N. E. " " . ..3 50@3 75
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50?4 50
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 00
Rectified " .. 2 50@2 75
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb.19 ?? 20
Powdered, 14 .19 ? 20
Brown, " .12J? 17*
STARCH-Per lb.10? 12*
TEA-Oreen, per lb.1 00?2 00"
Black, " .1 00@1 50
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 50@l 25
Smoking, " .50@100
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... .70? 75
Cider, " _50? 00
French, " .1 25@1 50
WINE-Champagne, per baskct.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00@5 00
Sherry, " .3 50@6 00
Madeira, M .3 50?G 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15
Beef, ".8 ?12*
Mutton, " . 12}
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Chickens, " !.'!.'.30@35
Geose. " .
On tho 21th instant, at fchft,roaidenoo of
the bride's parents, ah*. ISAAC 8ULZ
BACHER, of Columbia, S. C.. to Misa
ELKA SCHWERIN, of Sumter. >
The Valedictory Oration
BEFORE the Euphr&dian Sooloty will be
delivored in tho University Chapel,
by Mr. J. L. REYNOLDS,.^., of Colum?
bia, THIS EVENING, June 27. at 8 o'clock,
The public are respectfully invited to at?
tend. D. HEMPHILL, Prea't.
B. Mr.?y? DA'^S, Boo'y._Jaae 27
Just Received at Phoenix Office.H
A lot of BILL HEAD PAPER-which
will bo neatly printed, at short notice, and
NEW YORK PRICES. Call and see.
! Just Received at the Ladies' Depo?
PVTENT DUPLEX FRENCH LEPA
NlSn SPIRAL SKIRT SUPPORTERS.
CORSETS aud Kid Covered Corset
Fronte, with three and four hooks.
As the seaton advances tho Ladies'
would be glad to receive ordtra for the
making of PRESERVES and PICKLES.
Colombia Typographical Union.
THE REGULA\MONTBLY MEETING
of this UmonltiU beheld THIS (Sa?
turday) EVENING, ai ^o'clock. Punctual
attendance ia rcqnost?. Bv order of tb?
F?e8ident. J^PIEWT. ^VELLS,
^yuae27 ? X ? icretary.
In the District Court of fixe United
States for the District of South
In the matter of John R. Stutter, in Bank?
ruptcy.-To whom it may concern.
npHE undersigned hereby gives notioe of
X his aiinoin t ment "s Assignee of J CH Ii
B. SHULblt, in the District of Lemington
?nd State of Sooth Carolina, within sala
District, who han been adjudged a Bank?
rupt, upon bis own petition, by the Dis?
trict Court of the said Din trie t. Dated tho
26th day of Jone A. D. 1868.
HENRY A. MEETZE, Assign?e.
In the District Court of the United
States for tile District of South
IN BA NKR UP TCY.
IN the matter of H ABRIS LEVIN,
JOSEPH DAVID and LEVI EPSTEIN,
Copartners, by whom a petition for adju?
dication of Bankruptcy was flied on tho
27th day of May, A. D. 1868, in said Court.
This is to give notice that on tho 27th day
of May, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued against tho estate of
Harris Lovin, Joseph David and Levi Ep?
stein, Copartners," of Columbia, in tho
DiBtrict of Richland, and Statu of South
Carolina, who havo been adjudged Bank?
rupts, on their own petition; that tho pay?
ment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupts, to
them or for their use, and tho transfer ol
any property by them, are forbidden by
law: that a meeting of tho creditors of tho
said bankrupts, to prove their debts, aud
lo chooso ono or more Assignees of their
estate, will be held at a Court of Bank?
ruptcy, to be boldon at tho office of Fick'
ling it Pope, Columbia, South Carolina
before Henrv Summer, Register, on th<
23d day of JULY, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clocl
A. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
By GEORGE LARSEN,
June 27 s3 Doputy Messenger.
In the District Court of the Unitet
States for the District of Soutl
JA" BA NKIi UP TC Y.
IN the matter of PETER B. GLASS
Bankrupt, by whom a petition for ad
judication of Bankruptcy was filed on th'
8th day of Maj-, A. D. 1868, in said Court
This is to give notico that on tho 8th da'
of May, A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank'
ruptcy was issued against tho estate o
Peter B. Glass, of Columbia, in tho Dia
trictof Richland, and State of South Caro
lina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own petition: that tho payment o
any debts and dohvery of any propert
belonging to said bankrupt, to him or fo
his use, and the transfer qf any proport
by him, are forbidden by law; that a meet
ing of the creditors of the said Bankrupt
to provo their debts, and to chooso ono o
moro Assignees of his estate, will be bel
at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden a
the oflico of Fickling Sc Pope, Columbia
South Carolina, before Henrv Summei
Resister, on tho 23d dav of J"CLY, A. I
1868, at ll o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
By GEORGE LARSEN,
June 27 s3 Doputy Messenger.
In the District Court of the Unite
States for the District of Sout
IN BA NKR UP TO 1".
IN the matter of ABRAHAM L. SOLC
MON, Bankrupt, by whom a petitio
for adjudication of Bankruptcy was ilk
on tho 3()th day of May, A. D. 1868, in sai
Court. This is to give notice that ou tl
26th day of June, A. D. 1868, a Warrant i
Bankruptcy was issued against tho esta
of Abraham L. Solomon, of Columbia, i
tho District of Richland, and State
Couth Carolina, who has been adjudged
Bankrupt, on his own petition; that tl
payment of any debts and delivery of ai
property belonging to said Bankrupt,
him or for bis use, and tho transfer of ai
property by him, are forbidden by la'
that a meeting of tho creditors of tho sa
Bankrupt, to provo their debts, and I
chooso ono or moro Assigneos of his e
tate, will bo held at a Court of Bankrur.
cy, to bo holden at tho office of Fickling
Pope, Columbia, South Carolina, bofo
Henry Summer, Register, on the 23d d
O? J CLY, A. D. lacs, at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messongor.
By GEORGE LARSEN,
Juno 27 s3 Deputy Mesaonger.
In the District Court of the Uniti
States for the. District of Sou
In the matter of Hilliard J. Martin, Jo
J. Martin and James A. Martin,
Jtankrttptcy.-To whom il may concert
THE undersigned hereby gives notico
his appointment as Assigneo of H.
MARTIN, J. J. MARTIN and JAMES
MARTIN, in tho District of LexingK
and Stato of South Carolina, within si
District, who havo been adjudged Bai
rupt8, upon their own petitions, by t
District Court of the said District. Dat
tho 26th dav o? June, A. D. 1868.
WM. KNOTTS, Assignee
In the District Court of the Unit
States for the District of Sou
In the matter of Phillip Npstin, in Bat
ruptoy.-To whom il may concern.
TUE nudersigned hereby gives notice
his appointment as Assigneo of PHI
LIP EP8TIN, in tho District of Richlai
and Stato of South Carolina, within s
District, who ha? boen adjudged a Bai
rupt upon his own petition by tho I
trict Court of the said District. Dated 1
23d day of June A. D. 1868.
H. DEAS, JR., Assignee
THE COLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEC
at present oooupied as Niokeruo
Hotel. Will be rented for ono year fr
1st of Soptomber next. Apply to tho s
Bcriber, on or before the 20th of July.
J. W. PARKER,
Presidont Board of Trust?e?
Juno U _*
ALL claims against tho cidato of J.
LEE, deceased, will be handed
properly attested, and all persona indeb
to the estate will ploase make payment
Mrs. M. E. LEE, Administratrix, or to
G. GUERRY, Agent.
Juno 17 w
T> Y virtue Of a writ of Fieri Facta$, to
JE? mo directed, i will sell, on the firat
MONDAY in Joly next, at the Sonth Caro?
lina Railroad Depot, in Columbia, within
the legal honra, one FREIGHT OAR, Mo.
93. levied on aa the property of tho Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad Com?
pany, at the suit of Mra. Mary D. Buaaell
v?. tho Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road Company. Tonne cash.
Jone 21 aw F. W. GREEN, 8. R. D.
Rale cf Valuable To WA Property.
THE Commissioners appointed to select
a site for the Court House and Jad for
the Diatrict of Oconee, having located the
same in the town of Walhalla, and pro?
em d the titles of 100 aerea of land within .
8aid town, will, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
THURSDAY, tho Otb of August noxt, after
having fret laid off the said land into
suitable and convenient lota, proceed to
sell tho said LOTS to tho highest bidder. .
This location is within the beautiful and
thriving town of Walhalla, at the foot of
the Blue Ridge, and possesses advantages
in point of trade, ?ducation, &o., unsur?
passed by anv other place in the State.
Trails OF SALE.-One-fourth cash; the
balance payable in tinco equal instal?
ments, in three, six and nine months, se?
cured by note, with approved security.
Titles to bo executed, but not delivered
until purchase money is paid tn full. And
in case of failure on tho part of purchaser
to meet the nayments when due, the pro?
perty to bo forthwith sold at his risk. Pur?
chasers to pay extra for stamps and titles.
W. E. HOLCOMBE,
BRY FRET WELL,
M. F. MITCHELL,
O. M. DOYLE,
WALHALLA, S. C.. Juno 3, 18G8.
June 5 f6
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Juno 2G, 18G3.
ALL persons licensed by tho City Coun?
cil to RETAIL SPIRITUOUS LI?
QUORS, whoso license expires on the 1st
of JULY, aro notified (if thoy wish to con?
tinue) that applications for renewal must
bo made at that date, and tho amount re?
quired for such license deposited at this
ofiice. j. ?. MCMAHON,
June 27 4_City Clerk. ^
Circular to the People of the South.
AS Corresponding Secretary of the
PETERSBURG MEMORIAL ASSO?
CIATION, it becomes my duty to seek
your aid in a cause which is so sacred, so
precious, that we would do and su nor all
things for its successful prosecution: but
circumstances deny us what would bo
equally the pride and joy of our hearts to
perform. We, therefore, come to you, op?
pressed with tho magnitude of the work,
asking your sympathy and co-operation.
And what is the cause for which we plead?
"Is it that we should say, come, with ns to
crown with laurel, and celebrate in aong,
tho victors of a righteous, noble struggle,
to rejoice with them that tho conflict end?
ed, tho warfare accomplished, they return
with abouts of victory and glad hosannas
to their happy homes, their long forsaken
altars, their expectant and exulting loved
ones?" not this, net this, oh, God! our
hearts are in the dust, our laurels wither?
ed, onr homes desolated, and our warriors
return no morel "They have fought their
la8t battle, they sleep their last sleep,"
and it is on their graves we place the
roses of our grateful affection, and the
immortelles ot our undying remembrance.
All along the lines of this long beleaguered
city can be found the little hillock which
marks a hero's grave; while in distant
homesteads, in every Southern State,
weeping mothers mourn these loved ones,
absent from their firesides, absent from
the consecrated cemeteries of their fathcrsl
Shall these 7,000 graves be neglected and
uncared for? shall they be trampled into
nothingness by tho very beasts of the
field, and be ploughed into the soil which
they died to dofend? Forbid it, yo mo?
thers, ye sires, yo maidens of the South;
forbid it, ye comrades, who battled at their
aides; forbid it, ye legislators, who are
jealous lor tho honor and integrity ofyour
Commonwealth; forbid it, oh. God! Thou
God of the fatherless, tho widow, and the
We, as an Association, offer you the pit?
tance which the ravages and desolations of
war have left UB; wo offer you the willing
labor of our hands, and that of our noble
young men who have toiled with us; we
offer you a spot made oura by the patriotic
generosity of our city fathers; and we say
to you, help us to take these bodies ot
your noble sons, reverently to lay them in
honored graves, and to rear over them a
proud monnment worthy of our cause and
their deeds. 18 it not fitting that here,
where the last blow was struck, where
half-clad, atarving men etood up so heroi?
cally amid euch scenes of terrible carnage,
pressed and finally overwhelmed ny
legions of the foo, tho admiration and
wonder of the world, is it not fitting that
wo should thus honor their memory and
exultingly exclaim "these are our eons,"
proudly committing their names to pos?
terity? Our receipta outside do not ex?
ceed $300; up to thia dato all the dead
have received equal care; now wo are
making effort* to rescue from dint ant bat?
tle-fields the "alain of our city," which
drawa largely on our impoveriahed treasu?
ry, and unleaa this appeal shall be liberal?
ly reeponded, to the traces of father, hus?
band, son. must perish from tho earth.
Then, shall wo lay them by tho side of our
noble eons whom we aro now gathering
from mountain, hill-side and valley, send
them to slumber in their natal aoil or
loave thom were they foll? No, no! let us
deny onraelvea anything, everything,
rather than deny to thoso scarred, and
maimed, and toil-worn martyra, the aweet
repose of a consecrated grave, until the
laat trump shall aummon them to man?
sions prepared above. Confident that we
shall not plead in vain, we leave the cause
with you, awaiting your action to carry
out the plana before us.
MRS. J. M. WYOHE,
Cor. Sec'y. L. M. A., Petersburg. Va.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.- Mra. Wm. T.
Joynoa, President; Mrs. John Miller,
Treaauror; Mrs. C. Pan nhl, Recording
Secretary; Mra. J. M. Wyebo, Correspond?
ing Secretary; Mra. David Callender, Mra.
Wm. Simpson._Jone 27
Cleaveland Mineral Springs?
SITUATED in Cleaveland County, N.
C., on the lino of the Wilmington,
Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad, will
be open for visitors on the lat of Juno.
WATEBH-Chalybeate, Red and White
Charges per day.$3 00
,r ? week.18 00
" month.60 00
Children under seven years and ser?
vants, half rates.
For farther particulars, address the
Proprietors, Shelby, N. O.
April 14 _?n3m
Scrofula, ar King's IC vii, is cured by
using Hoiuitah's Queen'? Delight.