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CHABIIKSTON, July 8.- Arrived
schooner Thomas Marris, Sierra
Moreno. Sailed-steamer Saragossa,
New York;'schooner E. S. Potter,
WATWIHOTOK, Joly 8.-Bat low
Domoc sis aro in Congress. The
^publicans take intense interest ia
toe ballots:' It is thought that Con?
gress will adjourn on the ISth.
In'-tho Senate,, tho tax bill, was,
considered to adjournment, and,
wi thoa? conclusion, a hight session
In tho House, appropriation Was
considered all day-finding time,
however, to pass the bill removing
disabilities from coria'-i parties. Ad?
A- radical committee from Missis
sippi is coming hero to illustrate
frauds in tho recent eleotion.
The Senate Judiciary Committee
ia considering Evarts* nominatioi
for tho Attorney-Generalship, report
ed favorably. Avos-Trumbull, Fre
linghnyson, Johnson, Hendricks
Nays-Stewart. Edmunds. Conkling
Senator Grimes has recovered fron
General McDowell, recently re
moved from command in Mississippi
hos. orri ved'! < ;
Greeley is the prominent candi
date for the New York Governorship
It is stated, on excellent authority
that Hancock has written a letter de
dining positively to bo a candidat
Mr. Devlin, who was thrown fron
the carriage with Cagger, is dead.
ATLANTA, July 8.-In the Senate
a memorial was read concerninj
Winn, a Democrat, and others hold
ing their seats contrary to the spiri
of the omnibus bill. Candler move
to strike oat the words "and others.
Objected to by a Republican, wh
said the laws of Congress forbid on
from holding his seat unless disabil:
ties were removed, and it was hi
purpose to see the laws enforcec
Candler offered a resolution, whio
was an onslaught on tho eligibilit
of the radical members. This brongl
oat Bradley, a negro, who was astor
ished that any member should que;
tion the eligibility of members o
account of color. He cared n<
whether it emanated from the brai
of Joe Brown, Jeff. Davis, or tl
spiritual brain of God himself, an
quoted the second paragraph of tl
bul of rights in support of his arg
ment Ho said he was ready i
purge the Senate of traitors ar
felons, and remodel it. The fir
blow for freedom was struck by
negro. He closed by saying, th
unless his race was a part and parc
of the State militia, in less than t<
years there would be another rebi
lion which woald exceed ia magi
tade aad prove more successful th;
the last Adjourned.
In the House, the committee a
pointed to wait on the Governor, :
ported that ho would communie;
with both Houses as soon as he h
a conference with General Meat
Au impression prevails that a gr<
effort is about to be made to ous
number of Democratic membi
from both Houses.
NEW OBTJEANS, July 8.-The I
gislature, to-day, after unimporti
business, went into joint session, a
nominated William P. Kellogg
tho Senate, for the loug term, o
John S. Harris for the short ter
A committee of Democratic memb
from both Houses presented a cc
mnnication to General Bucham
stating that tho presiding officers
both Houses had proceeded iu vie
tion of the State Constitution,
structions from tho General of
army, and the General command:
tho Department, in excluding mt
bcrs entitled to scats, and appea
to tho people of Louisiana for
dress, asking the military comma
er, by virtue of his authority,
placo tho excluded members in tl
seats. General Buchanan ropl
that while, in his opinion, these 1
cccdings aro illegal, unjust and
pressive, and aro known to be
opposition to tho will of thc Gene
in-Chief, yot be deems that
interests 01 law, order and the ]
plo of tho State, in this crisis,
not be best subserved by fore
interference to correct the abi
complained of, and says he will
wara their communication, wit
copy of his letter, to General Gl?
and to tho Chairman nf tho Rei
0k. RALEIGH, July 8.-Tho proc<
ings of the General Assembly
Monday, Tuesday, and to-day, ai
no general interest. Enrolling
engrossing clerks havo been elec
Tho latter, a negro, is consid
better qualified than tho enrol
clerk. Mr. Bowman, of the Ho
introdaoed a bill providing for pt
schools, and requiring sepe
schools for blacks and whites;
ferred to tho Educational Commi
Caucusing and electioneering
United States Senators are kep
constantly. It is understood
' Governor Holden and his new B
of Supervisors of lae State Lui
Asylum, one of whom is a Cann
negro preacher, has removed D;
G. Fisher, the ablo Superinten
of the asylum, who has been in
position since its establishment,
appointed Dr. Grissonn, a 00c
physician, from Granville. C
removals and appointments of
same fitness are anticipated.
ai" i i' ' ? M '? -..
Tii? Sew lr oras conviction'.
Naw YORK, July 8.-On tbeiteventih
ballot, Indiana ?pitt-tho minority
for Hendricks. Mississippi for Pen?
dleton. Tennessee loar , and a half
for Pendleton. On the eighth ballot, I
Louisiana for Pendleton, New York j
for Hendricks. There is tho wildest
excitement. Cheers and hisses at
the -'result-Pendleton 156; Hen?
dricks^. Ninth ballot-Pendleton
144; Hendricks 80}.<; Hancock 84)?; |
balance widely scattered. Pennsyl
Tapia adheres to Packer. The tenth
and eleventh ballots show little
change. On the eleventh, Chase re?
ceived 1%. Great applause and
some hisses. Twelfth ballot-Pen
rllrtton 145f?; Hancock 8u; Hen?
dricks 9; Chase %; McClellan 1
(cheers.) The thirteenth ballot
Shows little chaugo; beyond McClel?
lan's nome don't uppear, and Frank?
lin Pierce received one vote.
The twelfth ballot is considered
indicative that Hancock has about
reached his ultimatum. On the
thirteenth ballot, Virginia voted for
Hancock. Fonrteenth unchanged.
Fifteenth, Connecticut splits, giving
Hancock 3. Nebraska goes for Hen?
dricks. Pennsylvania votes for
Hancock. Result-Pendleton, 129;
Hancock 79 ??; Hendricks, 82%. On
the sixteenth ballot, Arkansas, Geor?
gia and Louisiaua voted for Hancock.
Result-Hancock, 116; Pendleton,
107; Hendricks, 70. On tho seven?
teenth ballot, Illinois split between
Hendrioks and Pendleton. Nebraska
votes for Hoffman. Result-Han?
cock, 137; Pendleton, 70; Hendricks,
80. On the eighteenth ballot, New
Jersey gives Hancock 3. Hlinois
votes for Hendricks. Result-Pen?
dleton, 56; Hancock, 144; Hendricks,
87. To-day's ballot shows nothing
definite. Hancock's friends were
confident of a favorable result ou the
eighteenth ballot, but the result dis?
couraged them very much, and they
reluctantly yielded. Tho coalition
between Hendricks and Pendleton is
hopeless, and it is apprehended that
Hancock has achieved his highest
FI NA XCIA I. AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW Yonk, July 8-Noon.-Flour
15@25a better. Wheat l@2c. bet?
ter. Corn l@2c. better. Mess
pork dull. Cotton steady, at 32% @
33. Money 4@5. Gold 40%.
7 P. M.-Cotton less active and
drooping-sales 1,200 bales, at 32%
@33. Flour more active-State
firstname.lastname@example.org; Western 6.80; Southern
common to fair extra 12.50; choice
14.75. Oats lc. better. Mess pork
email@example.com. Lard-kettle 17%-?
17%. Gold 40%.
BALTIMORE, July 8.-Cotton firm,
at 31. Flour dull for all grades-de?
clined %c. Wheat dull-new red
2.40?2.60; white firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
dull-white 1.12(^1.15. Oats dull
and unchanged. Mess pork firm, at
CHARLESTON', July 8.-Cotton firm
-sales 126 bales; middlings 31%;
SAVANNAH, J nly 8.-Cotton steady
middliug3 31@31%; receipts 238
AUGUSTA. July S.-Cotton market
unchanged; sales 22 bales-mid?
MOBILE, July 8.-Cotton market
quiet; sales 50 bales-low middlings
NEW ORLEANS, July 8.-Cotton ad?
vanced-middling Orleans 32J.C ; sales
350 bales; receipts 222. Gold 40}?.
Flour quiet-super 7.25; choice
11.50. Corn steady, at 90@95. Oats
quiet, at 71}?. Mess pork steady,
at 29. Bacon drooping-shoulders
13; clear 17. Lard dull-tierce 17;
LONDON, July 8-Noon.-Consols
94%@95. Bonds 73%.
LIVERPOOL, July 8-Noon.-Cotton
LIVERPOOL, July 8-Evening.-Cot?
ton quiet and steady; sales 12,000
THOMAS & BELL,
Jl Ulis I) EUS A ND CONTI: A CTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
New Country Flour,
F'U sale low bv
* SWYOERT A SEN'N.
FRESH FAMILY SUPPLIES, a choice
collection, at S WY GE UT & BENN'S.
TOBACCO! TOBACCO! a large stock of
all grades, verv low, at
_June 1!) Imo S WYO EUT St SENN'S.
NEW FLOUR, NEW FLOUR. For sale
June 10 FISHER LOWRANCE.
ASUPPLY OF NEW POTATOES, con?
stantly on hand and for salo by
Jtino 1G J. fi T. R. AGNEW.
Wrapping Paper and Twine.
AFULL supply of WRAPPING PAPER.
Also, Paper Twine, Cotton and Hemp
Twine. On baud and tor mile by
Juno IC _ _J. Si T. R. AGNEW.
COW PEAS! COW PEAS!!
QAA BUSHELS COW PEAS for sale
OUU low, by
June 12 GREGG, rALM?R Sc CO.
New Family Flour.
2AAA POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY
.UUU NEW FLOUR, equal to any
made on tho Continent of America. For
salo by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, ia cured by
UBing Hoinitah's Queon's Delight.
Fresh Biecuit and Crackers.
2rv BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for sale
tj low by E. St, G. D. HOPE.
Stenier Beverages, &c.
WILL opea Mondar morning, 1 cask
French. Table Claret, 2 harrold
Newark Cider, 10 oases CUret "at. Julien
Mcdoc," ? casos Rhino Wine, Hochheimer
* Liif braumilch; 1 quat tor cask Xomenea
Sherry, 1 quarter oaak Maderia, 1 quarter
cask Amontilado Sherry, ID barrels Whie
key, assorted qualities; 1 puncheon Hol?
land Gin, "Pnnc* of Orange;" 1 quarter
cask Blackberry Brandy, very fine; Zin
Sari, Hostotter's, Carocoa and Stomach
Flavoring Extracts, Pine .Apple, Vanil?
la, Rose, Lemon, Celery, Strawberrv and
Raspberry: all of the beet quality.
French Mushrooms, Mushroom Catsup,
Worcostorehiro Sauce: Pickled and Canned
OyeterB, Peaoh, Pine Apple, Ac.
"Italian M ac caroni and Vennecelli,
Fresh Egg, Butter, Cream, Soda and
Prime Goshen Butter, Smoked Salmon
and Orango Brand Hame received weekly;
and together with all other concomitante
of a first class Grocery Btore, offered at
lowest market ratee for cash.
June 14_GEORGE SYMMER8.
THE subscribers having purchased thc
entire stock of STOVES, TINWARE,
Ac, of H. H. Bleaeo, will continue thc
business at the Hame stand. They hope,
by a strict attention to business, and al?
ways keeping on hand a good asaortmcnl
of everything in their line, to merit a con
tinuaucc of tho patronage so liberall}
bestowed on tho boneo.
Orders from the country attended t(
Juno 10 Im F. A. SOUTER ft CO.
THE CAEOLINA HOUSE,
OJ LOCATED on Washington street
ff?nest to Brennen & Carroll's, is nov
W under tho ?ole proprietorship of thi
undersigned. The best of everything, ii
tho wav of WINES. LIQUORS, ALE, SE
OARS, "TOBACCO, etc., kept on hand
LUNCH everv day at ll o'clock. Giv
him a call, and test the correctness of th
assertion made above.
June 19_RICHARD BARRY.
PINE TREE CORDIAL.
WISHART'S FINE" TREE TAR COU
DIAL, for Consumption, Ac.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchi ii.'
Wistar'e Balaam Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmine
Ayer'a Ch or j* Pectoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy,
Thc famous Quaker Liniment!
All for sale bv
FISHER A HEINITSH,
June ll_Druggie ts.
BS COOLING MEDICINES.
SOLUTION CITRATE MAGNES L
Chesnut Grove Whiskey,
For aale by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
June 5 Pharmacists.
EXPLORATIONS of the Nile Tribut
ries-Ita Sources, 8upply and Ove
How-Tho Countrv, People, Customs, el
By Sir S. W. Baker, $5.00.
Sermons. By Rev. Charles KingBlc
Chaplain to Her Majesty and to tho Pt in
of Wales, $1.75.
Morte D'Arthur. Sir Thomas Malor
Book of King Arthur and his Nol
Knigbta of the Round Table, $1.75.
Ante-Bellum. Southern Lifo aa it w?
Tho Divine Teacher. Being tho rccoi
cd sayings of our Lord Jesu;; Christ, $1.!
Bcecheubrook. A rbynio of tho w;
By Margaret Prcaton- now edition. A
many other new books. Some new pap
bound novela. For salo at DUFFIE
CHAPMAN'S Bookstore._Juno 1'
DWELLING FOR RENT.
MA VERY CONVENIENT DWEI
ING, in a pleasant part of tho ci
with Five Rooms-all with fire-plac
also, Bathing Room attached, with Shov
Bath Apparatus; rooina nicely paper
also, Five Rooms in tho Basement t
Nursery; out-buildings, Smoko and C
ringo Houses, and neat Garden. R
moderate to an approved tenant. Poss
sion to be given by the first of Julv nc
Apply at G. DIERCK'S Store
May 27 _
BEHIND THE SCENES,
OU Four Years in the White House w
Mrs. Lincoln. By Elizabeth Keck!
Old Fritz and tho New Era. By S
John Mill?n and his Times. Bv I
The Reading of Charles Dickens, (il
t rated.) ii.50.
England Yeoman Life,-from Life in
Nineteenth Century. By tho Autho
"Ministering Children." "$1.75.
Tho Book and its Story for tho You
Bv L. N. lt.
"Ecce Homo." Bv Hight Hon. W
A Painter's- Camp in England, Scot!
and Ireland. $1.50.
Dr. Bellowed Travels In Europe, in
And a variety of Novels by popular I
lieh authors. For sale at
June 13 BRYAN A McCARTElV
1 r\ HHDS. prime Clear Ribbed SH
L\J for salo bv E. A G. D. HOP
_ April 19_
New York Sugar-Qnred Pig Hs
BALTIMORE ORANGE HAMS,
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
liico Flour-new ground. At
May 20_Seogcrs' Old Stat
BACON MOLASSES, &c.
20.000 dr^aSf ? BA<
5 hhdo. Primo Bacon Shoulders,
G caska First Quality Orange H
150 sackB Country Flour,
15 hhde. Cuba aud Muscovado Mola
For salo low for cash only bv
April 10_E. AG. D. HOI
THE HOUSE and LOT on Riol
street, occupied at prosent by i
It. D. Senn. Inquire at OfflcA ol
Southern Express Company. Maro!
Machine Oil and Belting.
FOB ?ale by
May 31 FISHER A LOWRANj
'? EATING HOUSE AT ALSTC
PASSENGERS on the Greenville
Columbia Railroad, cab get BR
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample
Dec 27 MARY A. ELKIN A Si
FISHER & LOWRANCE. I
COLUMBIA. S. C.
To the Traveling Public.
fTTIflE undersigned has refrained from
_L answering tho many assaults publicly
and privately mado upon him; bat the
following hand-bill, now in circulation,
seems to demand a reply:
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
"Tho undersigned takcB pleasure in an?
nouncing to his friends and tho public,
that ho ls now prepared to convey passen?
gers and baggage to and from the different
railroads, and will bo happy to wait on all
who may desire to patronize tito
ONLY DEMOCRATIC LINE OF HACKS
Now in operation in Columbia.
"All orders promptly attended to.
"Call for JOYNER'S LINE.
"ROBERT JOYNER, Proprietor."
In reply to this card, I submit the fol?
1st. That Mr. Robert Joyner was an
aspirant for the oftico of Mayor of tho city
of Columbia, and that his petition was
?eut in to thc Union League cf that eily
for the nomination for Mayor.
2d. That, on many occasions, he pub?
licly avowed that ho was a Republican and
with the Republican party.
3d. That, if nominated, he would insist
upon one-half of the Aldermen of tho city
being nominated from tho colored men,
and that he was willing to sit with them
in Council, and that one-half of the Police
should be colored men. This was pro?
mised by him, and so understood by us, to
enable him to give thc casting voto in
Council, and thereby carry out tho princi?
ples of the Republican party.
4th. The deponents further testify, that,
on the occasion of a^ serenade at tho Na?
tional Hotel, Mr. Jov?er invited the party,
composed principally of colored men, into
his house, and there and then made the
statement that his house was open to all
his friends, irrespectivo of color, and
drank hana in band with bis colored
friends to the success of the Republican
5th. Tho undersigned further state,
that, on the day previous to tho election
for State officers and ratification of the
Constitution, that Robert Joyner said be
would go down with the box to Gadsden,
and that, having great influence at that
precinct, be would do all he could to carry
tho election for tho Republican party.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
I hereby certify that seven citizens ap?
peared before me and testified, upon oath,
that the statements made in the foregoing
card are true and correct in every particu?
Given nuder my hand this 1st July, 1868.
W. B. JOHNSTON, Magistrate.
In conclusion, the undersigned takes this
occasion to notify the traveling public
tbat ho is prepared to convey passengers
and baggage to and from tho different
railroad depots and hotels in the city of
Colombia, and that ho will do bis utmost
to please all who may patronize him. He
further alleges that Mr. Robert Joyner, on
ono occasion, said that, if be could buy tho
stock of Mr. Hitchcock, ho would raise the
omnibus faro to one dollar, and that the
traveling public could either pay that or
walk. This is tho man who asKs the tra?
veling public to patronize tho
ONLY DEMOCRATIC LINE OF HACKS
Now in operation in Columbia!
Mr. R. Joyner having made this matter
a political issue, is my reason for troubling
the public. P. F. FRAZEE.
TO THE PUBLIC.
"N yesterday's issue of the Phn:nix,ar>
_neared a card-"To The Traveling Pub?
lic, by ono P. F. Frazee, who has recently
purchased (with the promise ol paying for
the same) tho stables of thc lato William
Hitchcock-said card containing language
which ho may consider very injurious to
my father's business; but for fear that tho
combination of falsehoods published by
this mischievous and insolent libeller may
bo seen by somo who aro unacquainted
with my father's character, I will, in con?
sideration thoreof, reply to tho radical.
His entiro card is a base falsehood, and
tho author has not only uttered an un?
truth, but he knows it to bo nntruo, and
ho is devoid of all principle-which he has
proven by taking this opportunity, dur?
ing my father's absence, in issuing'such a
liase and libellous card. I, as Iiis son,
take apon myself tho responsibility of re?
plying to his false printed libel.
Let the public ask: Who is Frazee, and
who aro his ready and willing witnesses?
and then they will find out his vile accom?
plices. This libeller gives thiH as bis rea?
son for troubling tho public: Because Mr.
lt. Joyner (my father) has made tho mat?
ter a political issue. Sly reason is simply
becauso Frazee and his unbleached col?
leagues have lied. I am personally re?
sponsible for tho above, and desire tho
public to know that I am running tho only
Democratic lino of hacks in this city, and
will convey passengers to Nickerson's,
Central, or National Hotel, freo of charge,
and will be napp* to wait on all who may
ill cn me. " PAUL II. JOYNER,
In charge National Stables.
The following notice, taken from tho
New York Pixy Hook, of Juno 27, will at
once establish thc reputation of P. F.
Frazee, which roads as follows:
"P. F. Frazee, a Northerner by birth,
a Columbian by residenco for a number of
years previous to the war, a carriage mak?
er by trude, and tho patron saint of tho
bundy houses of Columbia, who, a week or
two before tho election, carried a notorious
prostitute of this city to a place of public
amusement; and, not contont with a retired
position, camed her forward to a front
seat and sat besido her during tho per?
formance. Ho lost, by tho burning of Co?
lumbia, as is said by respectable parties
bore, from $18,000 to ?5,000 worth of pro?
perty, for which be has a claim pending
against the Government sworn to amount
to ?bout $142,000."
This will show the character of this man
who is willing and ready to swear to any?
thing, and who is a flt subject to claim the
patronage of the pnblio genorally.
July 3_PAUL H. JOYNER.
Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
-I f \ HHDS. of prime quality, for sale
WJ lotr by E. A G. D. HOPE.
FOR SALE by
olav ? FISHER A LOWRANCE.
, GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BBORERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS,
gUY and eell GOLD,
Advances made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold'
on connnlnalou. Marcb 10
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
RESPECTFULLY announces to tho
public, thnt ho has taken tho front
rooms in Messrs. Weam A Hix's photo?
graph gallery, and is now prepared to exo
cute, in tho most elegant aud scientific
manner, all brauches of his profession.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN,
by use of protoxide of nitrogen, or laugh?
ing gas. JUr. Mooro is a native of New?
berry, 8. C., aud is a graduato of the Penn?
sylvania Collcgo of Dental Surgery. For
further information, call at tho office or
address Dr. THOMAS T. MOORE, Colum
bia. S. C._June 7 3mo
DR. D. L. B00ZER~
HAVING obtained from tho different
patentees of tho profession, office
rights of tho latest improvement in DEN?
TISTRY, is prepared to do all kinds of
DENTAL WORK with neatness, durability
and despatch, at the very lowest rates.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Oftico oa
Main etroct, Columbia. 8. C., three door*
North of Agnew's. Vulcanized Rubber
Plates inserted at $25. May 2 ly
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's Cliina Store.
J. CLENDIMN'O, ... Proprietor.
HAVH?G thoroughly fitted up the above
establishment as a RESTAURANT,
I am prepared to furnish visitors with tho
beat of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OY8TERS, GAME, FISH, MEATS, etc.,
prepared in tho very best style, by one of
tho finest cooks in the city. SUPPERS
furnished at short notice Families sup?
plied with OYSTERS at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
constantly on hand. LUNCH every dav at
II o'clock._Deo 10
Charlotte & South Carolina R. R. Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 81,1808.
ON and after this date, the Trains over
this Road will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.00 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 p. m.
Leave Charlotte at.11.35 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 a. m.
49~ Tickets optional from Greensboro,
either via Danville or Raloigh; and from
Portsmouth either via Bay Lino or Anna
messic Route. Baggagn checked through.
gs- TIME AS QUICK and FARE AS
LOW as by any other route.
Passengers from Greenville Railroad
going North, make same time, by taking
this route at 1 o'clock p. m., as they will
by leaving hero at Ga. m., as tho time to
all points North of Richmond is tho same.
Trains of this routo coming South, make
connections with trains of Greenville.Road.
For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond.
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia ana
Now York, apply at Ticket Office, foot 1 '.lan?
An Accommodation Train will be run
Loavo Columbia on Mondaye, Wednes?
days and Fridays at 7 A. M., arriving at
Charlotte at G.3"5 P. M.
Returning-leave Charlotte on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at G A. M., ar?
riving ak Columbia at 5.05 P. M
Passengers taking tho G A. M. Train
from Charlotte can connect with Night
Train of South Carolina Road for Charles?
ton. Passengers from Charleston can-by
leaving tho South Carolina Train at Junc?
tion-connect with the 7 A. M. Train from
Columbia. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
April 1 Superintendent.
REDUCTION OF RATES.
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. R. R. COMPANY,
GKN'I. FBEIOUT ANO TICKET AOT'S OFFICE,
COLUMUIA, S. C., December IL 18G7.
ON and after THIS DAY, COTTON will
be forwarded via the "SEABOARD
INLAND AIR LINE FREIGHT ROUTE,"
To Baltimore, ? J.25 per bale of 100 lbs.
To Philadelphia, il.00 per bale of 400
lbs. or less.
To New York, f 1.00 per bale of 400 lbs.
This rmite ie cheaper, quicker and as re?
liable as any competing line.
Tho rates being the same, shippers save
32 cents per bale-estimating cotton at 1G
cents por nound-in Marine Insurance, by
having their cotton forwarded via this
route. E. R. DORSEY,
Dec 12 Gen. Freight and Trans. Agent.
Reduction of Freight Tariff by the
Great SouthernFreight Line.
ON and after APRIL 7th, 1868, the fol?
lowing FREIGHT TARIFF will bo
From New York to Columbia, first class,
por 100 lbs., $1.00; second class, 90 cents;
third cla88,80cents; fourth class, 7?conts;
fifth class, 70 cents.
From Baltimore to Columbia, first class,
per 100 lbs., $1; second class, 90 cents;
third class, 80 cents; fourth class, 70
cent?; fifth class 70 cents. ?-.
H. T. PEAKE,
_ April 8_Gejieral^S^p^S^O^R. B.
1 rv BARRELS Hooker's Solf-Raising
XX) FLOUR, for aalo low by
Miroh 27_ E. A G. D- HOPE^
OK BBLS. CofTeo and Extra C. 8U
/jr) GABS, just in and for salo by_
Feb 28 E. A G, D. HOPE.
Hams, Bellies, Sugar, dc.
BY JACOB LE VIN.
THIS (Thursday) MOBNINO, nt 10o'clock ,
to cloao a consignment, I will sell, with?
out reserve. f \
Sugar-cured Baton Strips,
Brown Sogar, t
Oosben Cheese, V
Family Soap, V /
Bologna Sausages, .
Durham Smoking Tobacco,
1 bag COFFEE,
1 bbl. Sugar, on account, and risk of
former purchaser. July 9
W. H. and W. A. Gibbes, Executors, vs.
Mary L. Singleton, Janies G. Gibbes, et
PURSUANT to thc decretal order in tho
above stated case. I will coll, beforo
tho Court Houso, in Colombia, on the first
MONDAY in August next, for cash, the fol?
lowing personalty, to wit:
100 Shares Columbia and Augusta Rail?
CO Shares Greenville and Columbia Rail?
.1 Shares Graniteville Manufacturing
4 Shares Elmwood Cemetcrv.
D. B. DESAU8S?RE, C. E. R. D.
D^B. DeSaussuro, C. E. R. D., vs. William
Kiusior, Edward and Henrv O. Kinsler.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in the
above stated case, I will sell, before
thc Court House, in Columbia, on tho first
MONDAY in August next, all that Lot of
Land, in tho city of Columbia, containing
l and 30-100 acres, and bounded on the
North by Jamos M. Crawford, 8outh by
G. D. Hopo, Simeon Fair and Mrs. Dorothy
Brodie, East by John J. Kinsler's lot, and
West by Scott's alloy, late the property of
John J. Kinsler, deceased.
Terms of sale-Ca eh sufficient to pay
cost of suit and expenses of sale; the
balance on a crodit of one. two and three
years, secured by bond, with good person?
al security, and mortgage of the premises
sold. Purchaser to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DF.SAUSSURE,
July 9 j_Q. E. R. P.
William R. Konnody, Executor, vs. George
Ashford, et ux., et al.
THE purchaser of the property in tho
abovo stated caso having failed to
comply with the terms of sale, I will sell,
before tho Court House, in Columbia, on
tho first MONDAY in August next, at the
risk of the former purchaser, all that Lot
of Land, iu the city of Columbia, and the
Buildings thereon, bounded North by
lands of Kirk, East by Richardson street,
South by lands of B. Beilley and G. B.
Nunnamakcr, deceased, and West by As?
sembly street, containing-acres, moro
Terms of sale-Ont-sixth cash; and the
balance on a credit of one and two years,
secured by bond and mortgage of the
promises sold, with interest from day of
salo. Purchaser to pay for papers,
D. B. DESAUSSUBE, C. E. R. D.
Assignee's Sale of Dry Goods, etc.
ON FRIDAY. July 10th. I will soil, at
public auction, at tho Store lately
occupied by the firm of 8. H. Myers A Co.,
tho eutire stock in trade of the said firm
of S. H. Myers A Co., consisting of Hats,
Caps, Shoes, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Dry
Goods, Perfumery, Furniture, Stoves,
Terms cash. Articles purchased to be
at once removed. Sale to commence at 10
A. M. A. H. MONTEITH,
July 1 10_Assignee.
THE front part of our
Store having been damaged
by the recent storm, we will
be compelled to sell off our
Stock of CLOTHING-, CAS
SIMERES, HATS, &c, at or
nearly COST, for want of
New styles of Boys' Straw
HATS just received.
H. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
In all its Branches,
Attended to Personally.
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. E. REED has
just received a splendid
assortment of DRESS
TRIMMINGS. Also, a
fresh supply of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, of all
descriptions, at wholesale
and retail. French Cor
sots, Zephyr Worsted Hair Braids,
Curls, etc., which will be sold very
DRESS MAKING in all branches,
warranted to give satisfaction.
Main street, over R. C. Anderson's
clothing store. April 22 Sm o