Newspaper Page Text
CHABXIBSTON, July ?.-Sailed
s oho o nor Robert Palmer, Providence;
schooner Malvina Jane, Savannah.
AUGUSTA, Jab/ 9.- Bullock's mes?
sage recommends . purging both
I.onsen; as (the L?gislature stands,
tho Democrats have a majority in the
lower House. It is praanmed the
!radials can only, secure working
majorities by ousting the Demo?
crats, on. the ground of not having
had their disabilities removed by
Seymour's nomination has been
favorably received in Richmond, Au?
gusta, Savannah and many other
PoTTSvnjLB, PENN.,. July 9.-There
is a stn ho among the miners, grow
* ing out of a reduction of wages. A
body of 209 ia compelling workmen
to quit. Governor Geary is here,
threatening to useforoe, if necessary,
to secure tho .contented workmen
Ham, PKNN., July 9.-Two passen
ger cars went through a bridge neal
m Union Mills. A number killed and
wounded. It is thought the bridge
was tampered with, .for the purpose
WASHINGTON, July 9.-In the So
nate, a resolution of inquiry wai
introduced, as to bow many States
had adopted the fourteenth article
and directing Seward to report addi
tional adoptions as soon OB reported
In the House, the business wa
New Torie Convention.
NEW YOEE, July 9.-On the 19tl
ballot, Pendleton was withdrawn
Ohio voted for Packer; New Yorl
adhered to Hendricks; Tennesse
voted for Hancock; result-Han coe
Hendricks 107>?; othei
scattering; California voting fe
Field; Missouri for Blair. On tb
20th ballot, Ohio gave Hancock ll
Chase lost the half vote he had 8
r steadily reoeived from Cali f o nih
result-Hancock 1-?2J ? ; Hendricl
121. On the 21st ballot, Misson
voted for Hancock; Tennessee spli
giving President JohnsonS; Moss:
chu set ts voted for Chase-1; hisse
drowned by tumultuous applaus
result-Hancock 135^ ; Hendricl
132; English 19; Ohose 42. On tl
22d ballot, Ohio declared for Se
moor; Hendricks gained heavil;
Seymour positively declined ti
nomination; Vail and i gb am insist?
that Seymour must yield to the d
monstration in his behalf; Nor
Carolina, Ohio, .Kentucky, "Wisco
sin and others changed their vot
for Seymour, when Seymour w
nominated; delegates all.over t
hall arose to their feet, cryiu
"Change our votes;" State aft
State changed votes, and Seymo
received the unanimous nominatic
The excitement reached the stree
and cannon belched forth the nev
The Convention then proceeded
tho nomination of Vioe-President.
12.45 P. M.-Vail a ii di ghana ai
Kiernan insisted on Seymour's nor
I nation, willing or unwilling. Per
sylvania and Massachusetts chung
their votes to Seymour! in the m?
of the greatest confusion and che
1 P. M.-The hall is now, c
scone of excitement;'each; State
anxious to name Seymour, and tb
is no opposition. Fennsylvnn
Iowa, Illinois, "Wisconsin, Virgin
Kentucky and Indiana, have p
nounced iu his favor; and Nohras'
Minnesota, Oregon and all
others Will follow. As each State
cords her vote, they are recer
with tremendous applause. 1
various Chairmen prefaced tho St
vote with o few remarks. 1
endorsement^f the Southern i
Western StRes meets with rr
1.15 P. M.-Mr. Tild?n, of 1
York, was tho last to speak, and, i
short speech, he thanked tho C
volition for the honor conferred
New York. The nomination
ratified by three cheers.
1.20 P. M.-All the States t
voted for Seymour; inionso exe
mont prevails. The audieuco
delegates aro standing, chooring
waving hsndkerohiefs; cannon
booming outside. The vote-3!
for Soymour, caused tho most en
siastic applause. The Conven
has adjourned ono hour, to con
on tho nomination of a Vice-P.
loaring tho recess, 10,001) pe
asscnrbled in front of Tammany. I
and speeches were mode, amidst
tinuous cheering. On re-assembl
various candidates wero nomin
and declined. "Wade Hampl
speech was made amidst the grei
excitement and applause. C
after cheer rolling up when he
dared for Blair. F. P. Blair
nominated on tho first ballot
Vico-Prosident, amid immense
plauso. The soldiers ard jubi
Speeches wore made mostly b;
Confederate officers. The hallo*
unanimous for Blair-317.
3:20 P. M.-The closing of
Convention was of th? most pie
nature. Tho officers mingling fi
and pledging each other to
earnestly for the ticket. After
Hampton's speech, the Union
orals present congratulated him
3:22 P. M.-General Forrei
Tonnessee, cost tho vote of his i
making a few remarks,, which were
received with shouts of applause.
8:25 P. M.-The streets are crowd?
ed with people, all pleased with tho
nominees. The best feeling pro vails.
The ticket ip considered sure in No
FINANCIAL AND COM MK ?Ol Al..
NKW YORK, July 9-Noon.-Gold
40%. Flour 10@15o. better. "Wheat
l@2o. better. Corn l@2c. better.
Mess pork 27.87) .<. Cotton quiet, at
32^@33. Freights steady.
7 P. M.-Cotton anil and a shade
lower; sales 700 bales, at 32).;'. Flour
closed dull-State firstname.lastname@example.org; West?
ern email@example.com; Southern common
to fair extra 0. IO,1 o. Wheat closed
dull-new amber Georgia 2.55; white
Georgia 2.65. Corn dosed quiet
mixed Western 1.12?1.14. Lard
kettle 17)4@18. Gold40%. Freights
CHARLESTON, July 9.-Cotton dull
and nominal; no sales-middlings
31 V?: receipts of the week 170 bales;
sales of the week 720.
AUGUSTA, July 9.-Nothing doing
in cotton to-day-middlings 31; re?
ceipts 22 bales.
SAVANNAH, July 9.-Cotton dull;
no sales-middlings nominally 30;
NEW ORLEANS, July 9.-Cotton
quiet and firm-middlings 32; sales
320 boles. Gold 39%?40>?.' * Sugar
and molasses nominal. Flour firm,
at 29.00. Bacon quiot-shoulders
13; clear 17.
MoRTiiE, July 9.-Nothing doing
in cotton-quotations nominal.
LIVERPOOL, July 9-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton easier and prices unchanged.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of South
In the matter of IliUiard J. Martin, John
J. Martin and James A. Martin, in
Bankruptcy.- To whom it may concern.
THE undersigned hereby gives notico of
his appointment as Assigneo of H. J.
MARTIN, J. J. MARTIN and JAMES W.
MARTIN, in the District of Lexington,
and Stato of Sooth Carolina, within said
District, who have been adjudged Bank?
rupts, upon their own petitions, by the
District Court of tho saul District. Dated
tho 2Gth day of June, A. D. 1868.
. June 26 13* WM. KNOTTS, Assignee.
Summer Beverages, &o.
WILL open Monday morning, 1 cask
French Table Claret, 2 barrels
Newark Cider, 10 oases Claret "St. Julien
Medoc," 5 oases Rhino Wine, Hoobbeimer
A LiefbraumUcb; 1 quarter cask Xemenea
Shorry, 1 quarter cask Maderia, 1 quarter
cask Amontilado Sherry, 10 barrels Whis?
key, assorted qualities; 1 puncheon Hol?
lana Oin, "Prince of Orango;" 1 quarter
cask Blackberry Brandy, very fine; Zin
Sari, Hostotter s, Carocoa and Stomach
Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apple, Vanil?
la, Rose, Lomon, Celery, Strawberry and
Raspberry; all of the best quality.
French Mushroons, Meshroon Catsup,
Worcestershire Sauce; Pickled and Canned
Oysters, Peach, Pine Apple, Ac.
Italian Maooaroni and Vermccclli. J
Fresh Egg, Butter, Croam,.Soda and
Prime Goshen Butter, Smoked Salmon
and Orango Brand Hams received weekly;
and together with all other concomitants
of a first class Grocery Store, offered at
lowest market rates for cash.
Juno 14_GEORGE SYMMERS.
THE subscribers having purchased the
entire Btock of STOVES, TINWARE,
Ac, of H. H. Bleaso, will continue tho
business at the same stand. They hope,
by a strict attention to business, and al?
ways keeping on hand a good assortment
of everything in thoir line, to merit a con?
tinuance of tho patronago so liberally
bestowed on tho IIOUBO.
Orders from tho country attended to
June 19 Im F. A. SOUTER A CO.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
fJQ LOCATED on Washington street,
??next to Brennen A Carroll's, is now
?S under tho solo proprietorship of tho
undersigned. The best of everything, in
tho way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, SE
GARS, TOBACCO, etc., kept on band.
LUNCH overy day at ll o'clock. Givo
him a call, and test the correctness of tho
assertion mado above
Juno 19_RICHARD BARRY.
BEHIND THE SCENES,
OR Four fears in tho White House with
Mrs. Linc lu. By Elizabeth Keckley,
Old Fritz and tho Now Era. By Miss
John Mill?n and his Timed. Bv Max
The Reading of Charles Dickens, (illus?
England Yeoman Lifo-from Life in tho
Nineteenth Century. By the Author of
"Ministering Children." $1.75.
Tho Book and its Story for the Young.
By L. N. It.
"Ecco Homo." By Right Hon. W. E.
A Painter's Camp in England, Scotland
and Ireland. $1.50.
Dr. Bellowe's Travels in Europe, in 1866
And a variety of Novels by popular Eng?
lish authors. For salo at
Juno 13 BRYAN A McCARTER'S.
1 f \ HIIDS. primo Cloar Ribbed SIDES,
J.VJ for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
April 19 _
THE HOUSE and LOT on Richland
street, occupied at proaent by Capt.
R. D. Benn. Inquire at Oflico of tho
Southern Express Company. March 18
Tlie lire of all flesh ls blood. Tho
boalth of all life is puro flesh. Pure blood
koopa out all diseases. Tho Queen's De
light purifies the bleed._ .
DWELLING FOB RENT.
A VERY CONVENIENT DWELL
flNG, in a ploasant part of tho city,
Lwith Five Kooma-all with ilre-placcs;
also, Bathing Room attaohed, with Shower
Bath Apparatus; rooms nicely papered:
also, Five. Rooms in the Basement and
Nuraory; out-buildings, 8moko and Car?
riage Houses, arid neat Garden. Rent
moderate tb an approved icr.aat. rouses
sion to be given ey the first of July next.
?ly at G. DIEROK'S Store.
Governor Scott'? Inaugural Aci
Gentlemen of the Senate and House of
For the firot time, in the htotory of
South Carolina, her General Assem?
bly bas convened under a Constitu?
tion that recognizes the rights of
man. The monopoly of class, by
which the few governed the many,
hos gone down before tho sovereignty
of the people, and her institutions
have been founded on the broad
basis, that "all Governments derive
their just powers from the consent of
the governed." Oar Constitution,
recently ratified by the vast majority
of the voters of South Carolina, gua?
rantees to the citizen every privilege
consistent with the safety of the
State, and invests the State with
every prerogative not inconsistent
with the rights of the citizen. Sound
policy and correct principio thus
unite in our political system, and il
will be your duty, as it will doubtless
be year chief aim, so to legislate,
that the publie laws and administra
tion of the State shall not discredit
the Constitution under which yoi
The o' ject of all legislation shoulc
bo the greatest good to tho greatest
number; equal and exact justice tc
all, is, therefore, required at youi
hands; nnd I have no doubt that
each and every class and locality ii
the State will receive their due shan
of public favor from your honorable
FINANCE AND STATE DEBT.
The financial condition of tin
State will, doubtless, engage you
enrly aud most serious attention, an<
the necessary ways and means b
provided, both for the support of it
Government and to meet the lawfu
demands of its creditors, foreign am
Character is credit, and credit i
the very sinews of tho State, in peac
and war. Tho obligation of th
State, therefore, to meet all of il
liabilities, is founded alike upon coi
rect moral principle and sound publi
policy. This obligation should b
the more sensibly felt, from the fa(
that a State cannot, like an individi
al, become the subject of coerciv
process to compel it to meet its jui
indebtedness; but the creditor mm
rely solely upon its honor. The Coi
veutiou appointed a board of con
missioners to investigate the del
and available assets of the State, wit
instructions to report the results <
their investigation to the Goner
Assembly, at its first session; and, i
I am without auy positive data upc
this subject, I must refer you to the
report, which will, doubtless, soc
be laid before your honorable bod;
I will make this matter of the debt i
the State the subject of a speci
message to the General Assembly,
it is one that vitally concerns the r
putation of our people and the futu
credit of tho State.
The information that I now hav
places the valid debt of the Stat
exclusive of the war debt, at aboi
$5,500,000. This debt is very sma
compared with that of other Stat
and the resources of the State, au
if proper measures aro taken
promptly liquidate the interest d
upon it, the credit of South Carob
will stand as high as that of a;
State in the Union.
I would recommend tho funding
the unpaid interest now due up
the Stato debt, and also that accrui
up to a period when the State wi
without doubt, be able to meet I
liabilities; and would suggest the '.
of July, 18G9, as the date to whioh
should be funded. I would also
commend that all bonds of the Sh
should bo made payable in N
York, as the financial centro of 1
country; and that all stocks shall
convertible iuto bonds, at tho pl
sure of the holders.
I recommend an ^arly and thoron
investigation into tho affairs of I
State Bank, with a viow to ascert;
the liabilities it may have entai
upon thc State, pursuant to
terms of its charter. Its debts t
assets should bo inquired into, an<
should bc put iu liquidation as sc
as possiblo, in order that tho j
claims against it may bo promp
BONDS OF STATE OFFICERS AND
POSrrORY FOB STATE FUNDS.
In order to guard tho Stato agai
loss, by defalcations or otherwise
earnestly recommend that all offic
who arc charged with the custody
public funds shall bo required"
give ample bonds and security
the safe keeping or faithful disbu
mont of tho same. I also reconnu
that a responsible bank shall
designated, ns a depository for
funds of the State; and that au th
ty should bo vested in the Goveri
and two private citizens, to be
lected by tho General Assembly,
otherwise, to demand from the S
Treasurer, at any time, an exhibi
his books, and all public moneys
whioh he may be accountable
inspection to bo made at least t
in each quarter.
TAXATION AND ASSESSMENTS.
There is no problem that can
gage the attention of the legisl
more difficult than the framing o
equitable system of taxation. ?
in the most prosp?rons oommuni
tho laws that enact from the cit
a portion of his means, to sup
the Government tint proteots
life and property, aro viewed ?
extiorno seusitivoueso. Especially ia
thi? the oose in a society such as ours,
wh?re values of every kind have
been suddenly cbaoged by .the con?
vulsions of war, and Where the ex?
clusive government of crass has been
expanded into the true republicanism
of universal suffrage. Hence, those
who Oppose the free Constitution of
our State allege, that it enables the
non*property-holder to legislate for
and tax the property-holder. This
argument, however specious it may
seem, destroys itself by proving too
mach ; for as in all republics the ma?
jority must rule, and as the majority
are always non-property-holders, or
as individuals pay least of the taxes,
it follows, under the argument al?
leged, that the very basis of our re?
publican system should be expunged.
While the capitalist may justly de?
clare that he should not be made tho
subject of unreasonable exactions, as
upon his capital depend the creation
of great public and private enter?
prises, and tho employment of labor
in every pursuit in life; yet the work?
ing masses-the agriculturalist and
the mechanic-may, with no loss
justice, assert that by their labor and
skill, capital is multiplied through all
the varied forms of production and
trade, and that they are the bono and
sinew of the State in peace and war,
and should, therefore, receive their
due share in its administration.
Recognizing tho justice of both of
these claims, it is your delicate and
important duty so to adjust our sys
tem of taxation that the entcrpriso
of the capitalist shall not be de
pressed by imposing upon him undue
burdens, while at the same time
every class of real and personal pro
porty shall be required to aid in tho
support of the State, and in sustain
ing the institutions that its condition
demands. In this, you will bo
guided by section 36, article 1, of our
State Constitution, which declares
that: "All property subject to taxa?
tion shall be taxed in proportion to
its value. Each individual of society
hos a right to be protected in the en?
joyment of life, liberty and property,
according to standing laws. He
should, therefore, contribute his
share to the expense of his protec?
It is proper for rn? hero to call
your attention to the fact that, under
o recent decision of the Supreme
Court of the United States, national
banks, within the limits of thc State,
are subject to State taxation ; while
the property of railroad' companies,
municipalities, and all other corpora?
tions, will be embraced in your
general tax bill.
CONCLUDED IN OUB NEXT.
THE COLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEGE,
at present occupied aa Nickereon's
Hotel. Will bo rented for ono year from
lat of September next. Apply to tho sub?
scriber, on or before tho 20th of July.
J. W. PARKER,
President Board of Trustees.
THE COLUMBIA PHONIX
Book, Job and Newspaper
Main Street, above Taylor.
HAVE your PRINTING done at tins
Office, for the following ?100D REASONS:
Thc proprietor id a Practical Printer.
And attends closely to his Business.
The Oftice is supplied with Everything
Necessary to turn out Good Work.
Trices Lower than any other establishment
In this State, or even Now York.
Pamphlets, Circulars, Bill Heads,
Letter Heads, Posters, Hand-bills,
Receipts, Ball Tickets, Invitations,
Dray Tickets, Checks, Briefs,
Programmes, Drafts, Blanks,
Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Ac,
Of all styles and sizes; in fact,
Every Description of Printing!
In one, two and three colora and in bronze,
promptly attended to.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Just Received at Phoenix Office,
A lot of BILL HEAD PAPERy-Whioh
will be neatly printed, at short notice, and
NEW YORK PRICES. Call and see.
To the Traveling Public.
THE nndorr.igp.CH has refrained from
answering fbe many assaults publicly
and privately made npon him; nat the'
following hand-bill, now in circulation,
seems to demand a reply: .
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
"The undersigned takes pleasure in an?
nouncing to his friends and tho public,
that he is now prepared to convoy passen?
gers and baggage to and from tho difierent
railroads, and will be happy to wait on all
who may desire to patronize the
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 tho fol?
1st. That Mr. Robert Joyner was an
aspirant for the office of May ur of the city
of Columbia, and that bis petition was
sent in to toe Union League of that city
for tho nomination for Mayor.
2d. That, on many occasions, ho pub?
licly avowed that he was a Republican and
with tho Republican party.
3d. That, if nominated, ho would insist
upon one-half of tho Aldermen of tho city
being nominated from tho colored mon,
and that he was willing to sit with them
in Council, and that one-half of tho Polico
should bo colored men. This was pro?
mised by him, and so understood by us, to
enable him to givo the casting vote in
Council, and thereby carry out tho princi?
pios of the Republican party.
4th. Tho deponents further testify, that,
on the occasion of a eoronado at tho Na?
tional Hotel, Mr. Joyner iuvitcd tho party,
composod principally of colored men, into
his house, and there and then mado tho
statement that bi? house wns open to all
his friends, irrespective of color, and
drank hand in hand with his colored
friends to tho success of tho Republican
5th. Tho undersigned further atato
that, on the day previous to tho electioi
for State officers and ratification of tin
Constitution, that Robort Joyner said hi
would go down with tho box to Gadsden
and that, having great influence at tba
precinct, ho would do all ho could to carr;
tho election for tho Republican party.
STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA,
I beroby certify that seven citizens ap
pcarod before me and testified, upon oath
that the statoments made in tho foregoini
card aro true and correct in every part icu
Given under my hand this 1st July, 18Gf
W. B. JOHNSTON, Magistrate.
In conclusion, the undersigned takes t bi
occasion to notify the traveling publi
that he is prepared to convey passengor
and baggage to and from the differer]
railroad depots and hotels in the city c
Columbia, and that he will do his utmoE
to please all who may patronize him. H
further alleges that Mr. Robort Joyner, o
ono occaHion, said that, if he could*buy th
stock of Mr. Hitchcock, he would raiso th
omnibus fare to one dollar, and that th
traveling public could either pay that c
walk. This is the man who asas tho tra
veting public to patronize the
ONLY DEMOCRATIC LINE OF HACKS
Now in operation in Columbial
Mr. R. Joyner having made this matte
a political issue, is my reason for troublin
the public. P. F. FRAZEE.
TO THE PUBLIC.
IN yesterday's iBsno of tho Phamix, ai
pear ed a card-"To The Traveling Pul
lie, by ono P. F. Frazee, who has recent!
purchased (with the promise of paying f<
the same) tho stables of tho lato Wil?ia:
Hitchcock-said card containing languac
which he may consider very injurious 1
my father's business; but for fear that tl
combination of falsehoods published t
this mischievous and insolent libeller mi
be seen by sonic who are unacquaiutc
with my father's character, I will, in coi
sideration thereof, reply to tho radical.
His entire card is a base falsehood, ar
the author has not only uttered an u:
truth, but he knows it to bo untrue, ai
he is dovoid of all principle-which he h;
proven by taking this opportunity, du
mg my father's absence, in issuing snch
base and libellons card. I, as his so
take upon myself the responsibility of r
plying to his false printed libel.
Let tho public ask: Who is Frazee, ai
who are his ready and willing wituessc
and then they will find out his vile accoi
plices. This libeller gives this as his re
non for troubling tho public: Because M
R. Joyner (my father) has mado tho mt
ter a political issue. My reason is simp
becauso Frazee and his unbleached cc
leagues have lied, I am personally i
sponsible for tho above, and desire tl
public to know that I am running the or
Democratic lino of hacks in this city, ai
will convey passengers to Nickcraon
Central, or National Hotel, free of charf
and will be happv to wait on all who m
call on me. " PAUL H. JOYNER,
lu charge National stables,
Tho following notice, taken from t
New York Day Hook, of Juno 27, will
ouco establish the reputation of P.
Frazee, which reads as follows:
"P. F. Frazee, a Northerner by biri
a Columbian by residence for a number
years previous to tho war, a carriage mi
er by trade, and tho patron aaint of t
bandy houses of Columbia, who, a week
two before the election, carried a n?torh
prostitute of this city to a placo of pul
amuHcment; and, not content with ar etil
position, carried her forward to a fr<
?ont and sat beeide her during the p
formanco. Ho lost, by the burning of (
lunibia, as is said by respectablo part
here, from $12,000 to $15,000 worth of p
porty, for which ho has a claim pondi
against tho Government sworn to amoi
to about $142,000."
This will show the character of this n
who is willing and ready to swear to a
thing, and who is a fit subject to claim
patronago of the public generally.
JnlyS_ PAUL H. JOYNER.
NEW BOOKS. .
EXPLORATIONS of the Nile Trihi
ries-Its Sources, Supply and Us
How-Tho Country, Pooplo, Customs, i
By Sir S. W. Baker, $5.00.
Sermons. By Rov. Oharlcs Kings
Chaplain to Her Majosty and to the Pri
of Wales, $1.75.
Morte D'Arthur. Sir Thomas Malo
Book of King Arthur and hi? Nc
Knights of the Round Table, $1.75.
Ante-Bollum. Southern Lifo as it v
The Divino Teacher. Being the rccc
od sayings of oar Lord Jesus Christ, $1
Beechonbrook. A rhynio of tho v
By Margaret Preston-new edition. J
many other now booka. Some now par
bonnd nov?la. For aale at DUFFIE
CHAPMAN'S Books tofo._Jone 1
61C BBLS. Coffee and ?extra C. I
Zat? GABS, jost in and for salo by
Feb28 E. ftO.D.HOPl
1 ? -.? ? '?' .. ?-'
lAssignee's Sale of Dry Good*, etc.
0NpaDHoloc?oJn, at^tbi S&ro^laV??y
occupied by tho firm of 8. H. Myers * Co.s
the cn tiro stock in trada of tho said Arm
of S. Hi Myers1 A Co., confctftlng of Fat?,
Caps, Shoos, Clothing, Hqop Skirts, Dry
Goods, Perfumery, Furniture, 8toves,
Desks, Ac. / ' \
Terms eiBh. Article? purohnecd to be
at once removed. Sale to commence at 10
A. M. A. H. MONTEITH,
Joly 1 10_i_AoBigneo.
Sale of Valuable Town Property*
rpHE Oommiasioners appointed to select. .
X a Bite for tho Court House and Jail for
tho District of Oconeo, having located; the
samo in tho town of Walhalla, ana pro?
cured the titles of 100 acres of land within
said town, will, at 10 o'clock ?. m., on
THURSDAY, the Gth of August next, after
having il rat hud off tho said lana into
suitable and convenient lot?, proceed to
sell the said LOTS to tho highest bidder.
This location is within the beautiful and
[ thriving town of Walhalla, at the foot of
the Blue Ridgo, and poicases advantages
in point of trade, education, Ac., unsur?
passed by any other vi ace in the State.
TERMS OF SALK.-One-fourth cash; tile
balance payablo in three equal instal?
ments, in three, six and nino months, se?
cured by note, with approved security.
Titles tobo executed, but not delivered
until purchase mom y ia paid in full. And
in caso of failure on tho part of purchaser
to meet the payments when due, the pro?
perty to bo forthwith spld at his risk. Pur?
chasers to pay extra for stamps and titles.
W. E. HOLCOMBE,
M. F. MITCHELL,
O. M. DOYLE,
WALHALLA, S. C., Juno 3, 1868.
i Juno 5_f6
I 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.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
-J f\ BARRELS Hocker's Self-P.aisiug
AAJ FLOUR, for salo low by
March 27_E. A Q. D. HOPE.
PINE TREE CORDIAL.
"VTriSHARTS PINE TREE TAR COR
YV DIAL, for Consomption, Ae.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis,
WiBtar'a Balaam Wild Cherry. ?
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina?
Ayer"a Chery Pectoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy,
Tho famous Quaker Liniment.
All for sale by
I FISHER A HEINITSH,
"GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS,
jDUY and sell GOLD,
Advances made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on commission._March 10
Just Received at the Ladies1 Depo?
PATENT DUPLEX FRENCH LEPA
NIER SPIRAL SKIRT SUPPORTERS.
CORSETS and Kid Covered Corset
Fronts, with threo and four hooks.
Aa tho season advances tho Ladiea'
would be glad to receive orders for tho
making of PRESERVES and PICKLES.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, is cured by
using Heinitah'a Queen's Delight._
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
Cmf\ BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for sale
low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
?i f \ linDS. of primo quality, for sale
JLU low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Xi"'OK ?ALE by
JJ May 22 FISH ER A LOWRANCE.
j "~ Old Newspapers
FOR SALE at the
SOLUTION CITRATE MAGNESIA,
Cheanut Grove Whiskey,,
Congross Water. (
For aalo by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
jnne 5 _Pharmacists.
~ Machino Oil and Belting.
F?May81 J FISHER A LOWRANCE.
I NEW FLOUR,
NEW FLOUR, NEW FLOUR. For sale
Jone 19 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
MILL FOB SALE.
/"VNE of the best constructed FORTA
K) BLE BURR STONE MILLS, about
1,200 Iba. weight-suitable f?r wheat or
cora, and will grind from fifteen to twenty
bushels of corn per hour. Apply to
May 5 t3mo Columbia, S. C.