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CHABLSBTOW, July 31.-Arrived
schooners Lilly nud Albert Thomas,
New York. Sailed-steamship Mo
neks, New York; schooner Plan
HAVA;<K, July 31.-Advices from
Haytt state that Murty prisoners, who
surrendered in the recent fight, were
shot to death.
Orii CITY, PA., July 31.-A fire
commenced early this morning, and
by ll o'clock fifty buildings wer6
burned; it 1B still raging.
NEW ORLEANS, July 31.-The
member of Governor Warmouth's
staff, mentioned in last night's
Washington despatches, is a hum?
bug, UT! his statements fabrications.
GoverJ?r Warmouth has no stuff.
The "Seymour Knights" and "Blair
Guards," repr^ented as rebel regi?
ments re-organized, are Democratic
clubs, of which the city is full.
RICHMOND, VA., July 31.-The
Republicans o? the State aro greatly
dissatisfied at the failure of Gen.
Stonemau to removo the officers dis?
qualified under tho fourteenth arti?
cle, and an appeal has been made to
Gen. Grant for hie- action in this mut?
ter. The conservative campaign is
quite lively here, with flag raising
and moetings about four nights in
Notice was given in the House,, to?
day, of a bill to authorize tho Legis?
lature to eleot Presideutial electord.
NASHVILLE, July 23.-Gov. Brown
low's message has been submitted to
the Legislature. There is not a con?
ciliatory word iu it from begiuniug
to end, but is defiaot and bitter in
tone, notwithstanding the fact that
hundreds of petitions have been sent
to him, urgently imploring him to
tako tho initiatory measures toward
extending suffrage to disfranchised
whites. This ho does not do, but,
basing his proscription aud harsh
advice to the Legislature on alleged
outrages of the Ku Klux, ho favors
the calling out of an unlimited num?
ber of militia, blaok aud white. The
Legislature will undoubtedly act on
his advice, and then bloodshed and
violence can hardly be avoided, as
tho people of the State arc fast be?
coming desperate in the condition in
which the Brownlow government has
Public meetings aro being held all
over the State and forbearance and
patience earnestly urged ou tho dis?
franchised, but the impression is be?
coming general that the present state
of affairs cannot last much longer and
a oonfliot is impending.
Aft": i irs tn Washington.
WASHTNOTON, July 31.-The troops
in the District are to concentrate at
Lincoln Depot, andar? tobe relieved
by Dupont's light battery of the
Fifth Artillery. The alleged objeot
of the concentration is to form a
' complete school of instruction.
The posi> office report for the year
endiug June 30, 1868, shows a dis?
crepancy of $8,000,000.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
8635,000; for thc mouth, ending to
The Freedman's Bureau, iu Mary?
land, except for educational and
boauty purposes, has boen discon?
The Btock in the National Lifo In?
surance Company has all been taken
by capitalists. The charter recently
granted by Congress authorizes
agencies in all the States and Territo?
ries, aud it is proposed to run the
machine in connection with the na?
FINANCIAL AND COM31KUCIAL..
NEWYOKK, July 31-Noon.-Flour
5?10o. bettor. Wheat lc. better.
Corn drooping. Lard firmer, at
17%@18>?. Cotton steady, at 29J?.
Freights quiet. Tennessee's 63)2;
new 50 bid-62% asked; Virginia's
new 50 bid-53 asked. Gold 45.
Sterling 10J?. Money easy.
7 P. M.-Cotton moro active, and
}.<c. better; sales 2,000 bales, at 30.
Flour-State and Western 5@.10c.
better; superfino State 6.97; South?
ern a h hade better-common to fair
extra 8.80. Wheat lc. better-choice
amber Michigan 2.65. Corn loss
active and not so firm-mixed West?
ern email@example.com; white Western 1.21
@1.26. Oats dull-Western 82.
Mess pork hteady, ut 28.87Iii. Lard
firm-kettle 18}?@18%. Whiskey
firnWfc Rice steady-Carolina 10bj
?a}l\%. Money easy, at 3@4. Gold
active, at 44J"'. Sterling weak, at
10. Governmouts strong. Southern
BALTIMORE, July 31.-Cotton
steady, at 29??@30. Wheat very
dull-choice red 2.40(3^.47* Coru
firm-yellow 1.27. Oats steady, at
88(a)91. Mess pork firm, at 30.
Bacon active aud excited-rib sides
17; shoulders UJ?@H>?. Lard
k qujet, at 18. ?
tilNCiNNATt, July 31.-Flour quiet
and iiaehnnged-family 9.75iVlu.25.
Corn dull, at 84^,85. Mess pork.
28.50. Lard in moderato demand,
CHARLESTON, July 31.-Cotton
opened at 28 for middlings, but sell?
ers afterwards advanced their rates,
and buyers withdrow; sales 51.
AUOUSTA, July 31.-Cotton market
fiat and nothing doiug-nominally
'SAVANNAH, July31.-Cotton firm
middlings 29; receipts of the week
407; stock 876.
MOBECB, Joly 31.-No sales of cot?
ton; quotations nominal; holders
ask higher rates than yesterday, bnt
no buyers; sales of the week 75 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, July 31.-Cotton
? dull-middlings nominally 28; sales
43; receipts of the week 101; stock
LONDON, July 81-Noon.-Consols
94|?. Bonds 72J?.
LrvEBPOoii, July 31-Noon.-Cot?
ton firm-quotations unchanged.
Salos of the week 63,000 bales. Ex?
ports 11,000; speculators 7,000; stock
553,0 -0; whereof 102,000 aro Ameri?
LIVERPOOL, July 31-Evening.
Cotton advancing; Bales 18,000 bales.
Cotton ot sea 700,000, whereof 13,000
LONDON, July 81-Evening.-Con?
sols 94^. Bonds 72K
Report for Week ending Friday, Jit'.y 31.
PHOENIX OFFICE, COLUMBIA, August 1.
There has bena nothing doing in cotton
during past wuek, and we omit quotations.
All other articles of country produce arc
in good demand, with a fair supply.
Tho following buying rates of South Ca
rolina Bank Notes", is prepared by Gregg
Palmer & Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden.21
Bank of Charleston. 21
Bank of Chester. '
Bank of Georgetown. i
Bank of Newborry. .. -X
Bank of South Carolina. I
Bank of Btato of South Carolina, [old,]..ll
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,].'
Bank of Hamburg. li
Farmers and Exchange Bank.
South-Western Railroad Bank, [old,J_2
Planters and Mechanics.1
\\ ii<>i<-s:?ic J'riccH Current.
COBBECTKD WEEKLY BY
TH?: COLUMBIA BOA ?il) OF TBA])}
APPLES-Per bushel.1 25 (iii 50
BAGGING-Gunny, p r yard.. O? 2."
Dundoo " .. ? 31
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 26 ?
N.Y.orweat," 15 ? ll
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 50 ?
Countrv, " .. 20 ? 21
BACON-Hams, per lb. 23 ? 21
Sides " . 17 (? 1!
Shoulders, " . IG O? V
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00??12 01
CANDLES-Sperm,per lb.... 37? 4!
Adamantine, " .. 22 ? 2;
Tallow, ?? .. 18 (ii 2'
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 70 ?1 0
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 27 ?
Middling, " 25 (a)
Low Middling, " 23 ?
Good Ordinary, " 20 ?
Ordinary, " ?
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lbl'J ? 2
factory, " 19 @ 2
COFFEE-Kio, per lb. 23 ? 2
Laguayra, ". 28 @ 3
Java, " - 37 ? 4
FLOUR-Countrv, per bbl.. .13 00@14 C
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 40?
Wheat, " .2 25012 t
Oat?, .? .90 ?1 1
P?S, " .1 00? 1 1
HAY-Nortliem, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12*? 1
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00?1 ?
LARD-Per lb.20 ? !
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 !
Scantling, " .. li
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 1
LIME-Per bbl.2 70@2 I
MOLA8SES-Cuba, per gallon. 5S?(
Now Orleans, " 1 00?1 :
Sugar Housf. " .. 75@1 :
NAILS-Per keg.G 00?7 i
ONIONS-Per bushel. ?2
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50?
Machinery " _ 75'<z>l i
POTATOES-Irish, pcrbushcl.l 75@2
Sweet. " . 75?
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 'J?
East India, " .
SHOT, per bag.3 25?3
SALT-Liverpool, per Badi.2 50?
SOAP-Per lb. 8 ?
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon G
Brandv, " .4 00@12
Holland Gin, " ...5 00?7
American " " . ..3 5M?4
Jamuica Rum, " .. .G 00?7
N. E. " ?? ...3 50?3
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50?4
Monongahela " . .3 75?4
Rectified " .. .2 50?2
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb.19 ?
Powdered, " .19 ?
Brown. " .12.}?
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?2
Black, " .1 00@1
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 50?1
Smoking, " .50?1
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon_70?
Cider, " _50?
French, " .1 25? 1
WINE-Champagne, per ba?l,et.25?:i2
Tort, per gallon.3 00@5
Sherry, " .3 50@6
Madeira, " .3 50?G
MEATS -Pork, per lb.
Beer, ". 8 G
Mutton, " .
POULTRY-Turkeys, per nair.
Duck?, ?J .
Chickens, " .30(
Geese. " . ....
! THE CITY COUNCIL.-Tho ano
lous position of tho present nc
City Council was the subject of m
remark upon tho streets yosteri
It was argued by many that th? i
tary power which had created ti
having ceased, their authority ce;
also, and it became tho duty of
old Council, legally eleeted, to
sume their duties. It is certain
question of intorest and importa
[ Charleston Mercar
GRAND DEMONSTRATION IN AI
1 The Aiken Democratic Cbib will I
a grand Democratic mass mee
and barbecue on Tuesday, Augu
(Jen. Wade Hamilton will delly*
nddress, and (tthcr prominent sr.
era from Georgia, as well as our
State, will be present
The population of France is sh
bv the latest statistics to bc 38,06'
people; 19,014,100 nie men; 19,<
965 are women.
nVENTY-THIBD DA**8 FBOCEEDING8.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
^OLtjiTBiA, July 81.-The Special
Committee on Disabilities made a
favorable report on the applications
of P. O. Camp and A. D. Smith,
which was ordered for consideration
A resolution was adopted, provid?
ing that when leaves of absence were
grunted, the beneficiaries should for?
feit their per diem, except in oases of
The following resolution was offer?
ed, and ordered for consideration to?
Whereas, it is generally believed
that tho State is in possession of a
considerable quantity of land, io con?
sequence of tbe failure of persons to
pay taxes thereon; therefore, be it
Resolved-by the House of Repre?
sentatives, tho Senate concurriug
That a joint committee, consisting of
J five members o' the Houue und three
of the Senate, be appointed to ascer
I tain, if possible, the extent, location
i and condition of such lands, and
report to this House at the earliest
The petition of certain citizens of
Charleston, praying the remission ol
certain taxes paid on gross sales
under the Act of I860, or to bi
allowed to offset them ngainst the
taxes of this year, was read out
appropriately referred. Also, thc
petition of T. S. Heyward, praying
tho remission of a double tax.
Miller introduced a bill to regulate
the organization of Hook and Lad
der and Fire Engine Companies
which was also referred. The bil
provides that tho companies shall bi
composed of men between tho age
of eighteen and forty-five, and ? th
membership of each company bo re
st rioted to eighty. Head tho firs
time and ordered for consideratioi
Crews asked leave to introduce ;
bill to impose an annual tax of $50
on tho County of Kershaw, for th
support of the family of Hon. (?) So
G. W. Dill, member elect from Ult
County. After a considerable rm
ning Parliamentary fight, in which
I was plainly indicated that tho bill di
not stand tho ghost of a chance t
pass, leave was granted, as an ai
of courtesy, and the bill was rea
aud referred to a committee.
A resolution instructing the Jud
ciory Committee to report a bill pr?
viding for tiio holding of muuicip
elections at as eurly a day as possibl
The favorable report of the Cot
mitteo on Disabilities on tho petitit
of A. L. McCasliu was adopted.
Nengle offered a joint resolutio
proposing to recognizo all office
appointed by the General commau
iug this Military District as leg
officers, and empowered to perfoi
all duties appertaining to their office
Referred to tho Committee on "V
The bill authorizing the Govern
to borrow $125,000 to meet the r
cessities of tho State, giving as c
lateral security therefor a sufficie
amount of the bonds or bills recer
ble of the State, was taken up, a
after being amended so as to instri
the State officers having these see
rities in their possession to turu th
over on the requisition of the C
vernor, was passed.
DeLarge, as chairman of the Co
mittee of Ways and Means, repori
a bill to make appropriations for 1
payment of tho expenses of the p
sent session of the Legislature, u
to meet certain deficiencies in the
propriations for the year 18G8, &
which was read and ordered for ci
sidcration to-morrow. The bill
propitiates $70,000 for the expeu
of the Legislature, $-10,000 for c
tingencies, aud $20,000 for diet
Tho same committee also repoi
a bill, authorizing the Governor
employ a Private Secretary, at
annual salary of $1,200; which
read aud ordered for consid?r?t
After granting a number of 1er
of absence, the House ad jour
until ll o'clock a. m., to-morrow.
A joint resolution from the Hoi
I providing for the appointment
I three proxies to represent the H
i at the meeting of the Director
I the Union and Spartanbnrg Baili
Company, v?us read and roferre
tho Committee on Railroads*.
The Finnnco Committee mae'
favorable report on the petitic
Mrs. Mary A. C. Hobbs, of Lex
ton, praying to bo relieved of n i
bio tux. Ordered for considera
Tho Coramitteo ou Incorpor?t
made a favorable report on the ;
tion of A. L. Tobias and other;
Charleston, praying an act of ii
poration for the Homo Insnr
Company of Charleston.
Tho Committee on Disabil
maelo a fovorublo report on tho
tiona of Edward Livingston nu
L. Heriot, which was ordered
consid?r?t ion to-morrow.
Tho bill to delluo tho jurisdie
and regulato the practice of Prc
Courts, was taken up, read by sec
So, nlso, was the bill to deter:
and set out dower.
The bill to subject agrioultura]
farming lands to taxation withii
limits of corporate towns and pi
and to fix three rates of taxa
was read by il? title, and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
So, aleo, was the joint resolution
prnpo*ing to appropriate .$1,000 for
the widow of . the late Solomon G.
Cain introduced the following joint
resolution, which was ordered for
Resolved, That a Joint Committee
of Three from each House be ap?
pointed, to inquire and report whnt
amount of laud has been sold for
taxes and purchased by sheriffs, for
and on aocount of the State, and in
the name and credit of tho State,
and those sold under orders of Gene?
ral Canby; and also that the commis?
sion be empowered to extend their
inquiries and ascertain what amount
of publio lands belonging to the
State are now in the hands of private
parties, and also to inquire what is
tho number of acres on which the
taxes have not been paid, since 1861,
and the amount of the taxes due by
virtue of the non-payment of suoh by
A Bruce nf Cnrpct-Uaggera-The Men
Wlto Would Hule Sont lt Carolina.
The Charleston correspondent of
the New York World sketches white
man Lewis and black man Randolph
with telling raciness: i
Rev. T. W. Lewis is a white man.
Rev. B. F. Randolph is a thick
lipped, lustful mulatto. Both are
preachers; both are professors in the
Baker Theological Institute, (color
'ed,) established hero since the war;
both are editors of an obscure, dirty,
blasphemous, senii-Methodist, semi
political, all radical, little weekly,
published in this city, aud called the
Charleston Advocate; both are from
States considerably North of this;
Lewis hailing from Massachusetts,
and Randolph from Ohio; both aro
preaohersof tho Methodist J5niseopal
Chinch, and leading men in what
that church recognizes and supports
as.the South Carolina Mission Con?
ference. Of course the membership
is confined to tho blacks, who have
been allured by these "wolves in
Bheep's clothing" from tho folds in
which they were formerly nurtured.
Neither of these men could stand
a successful examination in Webster's
spelling-book, or write what I would
consider a creditable note; and yet
both aro duly registered as "profes?
sors" in high-sounding departments
of a Theological institution, whoso
catalogue is circulated in New Eng?
land, and embrace* a course of study
before which eveu tho students of
Princeton and Andover might well
The Advocate has but a handful of
subscribers in this section, for the
negroes are unable to read it, and
very few of tho white people even
know o' its existence. But with or
without, circulation, and however
contemptibly diminutive and badly
printed, it receives a McPherson
douceur of tho public printing to tho
tune of 35,000 per annum, us per?
haps the only "trooly loil" paper in
the State. With this, and such sub?
scribers as the editors pick up in
their summer visits and peregrina?
tions among the New England saint?,
tho radical orgau in reconstructed
South Carolina is maintained. Tho
cntiro working force, when tho office
was visited not long since, consisted
of ono dirty wbito man and one
black "devil," (/. e. negro appren?
tice.) Tho dirty white man has since
been appointee! by Gen. Canby an
alderman of this city, with a number
of negro confreres assigned to similar
prominence and power, by tho me
j morable coup de grace of tho great
satrap who now lords it over tho two
Carolinas. What has become of tho
black "devil" deponent kuowcth not,
nor need your readers care.
The mulatto Randolph is the con?
genial associate of Lewis in tho edi?
torial sanctum and chair professional.
When tho Radical Negro League
Junta was arranging its machinery
for tho control of tho State, it was
ascertained that this city was over?
stocked with candidates, and Ihufc
a distribution would bo necMsary.
Accordingly, numerous cargej-llag?
gers hero were uncceremoniously,
assigned to counties in the interior;
aud thus Reudolph, professor in tho
Baker Theological Institute, and
editor of the Charleston Advocate,
and living in this city, was duly
returned, aud officially recognized
by General Canby as a delegate to
tho Convention from Orangeburg,
eighty miles distant in tho interior.
And, in like manner, the whole nest
of adventurers, harbored hero under
tho shadow of the citadel, were pro?
vided for in a Convention audacious?
ly termed "constitutional." By this
manouvre, Randolph added to his
other iucomo tho eleven dollars per
diem and mileage, as a member of
that African assemblage.
While a party of Orangeburg ne?
gro burglars were on their way to
tho county jail in chargo of tho
regular law officers, they were res?
cued by an armed band of freedmen.
Tho officers obtained assistance and
pursued tho party, when a light
occurred, resulting in tho capture of
several of the rescuers, two of whom
were seriously wounded, aud have
since died. Their dying declarations,
made unsolicited in tho presence of
their attending physicion and two
United States soldiers as witnesses,
solemnly affirm that Rev. B. F. Ran?
dolph, Ohio negro, preaohor, editor,
burnt district performer, conetitu
tiou-maker and Senator from Orage
burg, suggested, authorized and
ordered them to attack the sherifTs
porty and release the burglars vi et
annis. All this within a few weeks
past, in Cauby's District and under
Cunby's eye, ior the papers here
have published the facts, and yet
there is no military commission
ordered to try this reverend professor
for the murder of these two men, of
I which he ia clearly guilty, if there is
I any truth in the law maxim: facitper
aliurn, facil per se. But when the
pestilent Dill was killed in Kershaw,
doubtless by some of his owu party
whom he had outraged, some of the
best citizens of that locality were
dragged from their homes by a de?
tachment of Cauby's soldiers and
imprisoned hero, where they are still
confined, and it seems there is not
a particle of evidence against thom.
But Randolph is a radical, and in?
stead of going to Castle Pinckney
and thence via military commission
to the State's prison, goes to Colum?
bia and occupies a seat in tho Senate
of South Carolina. And the same
Randolph was a delegate from South
Carolina in the Chicago Convention,
giving the radical nomination to
Grant and Colfax.
The now post office law agreed
upon by tho Committee of Confer?
ence of both Houses of Cou gross,
introduces some new and important
"changes in the mode of conducting
the business of the department. It
provides for the return of all letters
on which tho name of the sender is
endorsed, if not called for within
thirty days; reduces the fees on
money orders; doubles the compen?
sation of postmasters for tho pay?
ment of money orders; allows weekly
newspapers, sent to regalar subscrib?
ers in the County where published,
t<-> be delivered, free of postage, from
the post office nearest tho place, of
publication; authorizes tho issue .bf.
duplicate money orders for such as^
havo been lostj-^makes it felony to
counterfeit money orders; authorizes
the Postmaster-General to appoiut a
route agent, with a salary
of $2,000, on the line from
San Francisco to Japau, and gives
him power to create in his own de?
partment a foreign mail service
bureau, at a yearly expense of $8,000;
gives him another chief of division
at a salary of $2,500; makes it felony
of high character to uso postage
stamps a second time, knowingly;
declares that it shall bo uulowful to
deposit in tho post office any letters
or circulars concerning lotteries or
gift enterprises of any kind, on any
pretext whatever; establishes a blank
agency in the Post Office Depart?
ment at an expenso of $5,000 annual?
ly, and abolishes all other blank
agencies; empowers the Postmaster
General to negotiate and conclude an
internntioual money order arrange?
SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST STATE
CONVENTION.-This body assembled
in Newberry on Friday last. Rev. J.
Culpepper, of Darlington, delivered
the introductory sermon. The Con?
vention was organized by the election
of Rov. J. L. Reynolds, D. D., Pre?
sident; Rev. J. ?. B. Dargan, D. D.,
Vice-President; Rev. J. F. Morral!,
Secretary; and Professor C. H. Jud?
son, Treasurer. The Herald says:
"Delegates appeared from nearly
overy section of the State. Resolu?
tions were offered with reference to
systematic beuovolence, the South
Carolina Baptist, and Forman Uni?
versity. Furmau University seemed
to be tho chief subject of interest
during the Convention. This insti?
tution is located at Greenville, S. C.,
and, owing to the loss of tho endow?
ment fund, by the late disastrous
war, was represented in a critical
condition. On this subject, many
interesting and stirring addresses
wero made, and at once contributions
and pledges wero made to relieve the
University from its presentpecuniary
pressure. Tho spirit of interest and
liberality with which the rnonibers of
the Convention rallied to tue support
of this \nstifutiou, was highly com?
mendable. Tho Convention ad?
journed, sine die, Tuesday morning.
THE NEW JUDICIARY ACT.-The
Legislature, last week, passed an
Act re-organizing tho Judiciary De?
partment of the State. It is entitled
"An Act to establish County Courts."
It divides tho Stato into eight cir?
cuits, with four Counties to each
circuit, except tho first, which is
composed of Charleston and Orange
burg, and the sevonth, composed of
Sparenburg, Laurens and Ander?
son. Tho sixth circuit embraces
Chester, Lancaster, York and Union.
Tho Courts in the sixth circuit are
provided for os lollows: Criminal
Term to commence in Chester, on
tho first Monday in January; Lan?
caster, first Monday iu February;
York, first Mondaj in March; Union,
first Monday in April; Chester again
first Monday in May, and so on
throughout tho year, giving three
terms to each County. The Com?
mon Pleas Court will commence in
each County, on Wednesday after
tho Monday on which the Court
meets, uuloss postponed by order of
tho Judge, who is given this authori?
ty. From each circuit a judge aud
solicitor is to bo elected-Judges to
alternate with each other on tho dif?
ferent circuits whon rensous therefor
appear.- Torkrilte Enqairer.
T?BIUBLE Snir WRECK.-the fast
Bailing steamer "A. G. Mackey," on
the morning of the 16th ult., ran
against a Sawyer, and sank in ton
fathoms water, carrying down, it is
believed, most of tho crew and pas?
sengers, with an assorted cargo of
segars, whiskey .- lind greenbacks.
Total I088-no inra'rance. "ij*"
Tho big snake of Tennessee has
boen shot, skinned and blown np
with a bellows, ready for a curiosity
shop. He is twenty-nine and a half
foet long, thirty inches in girth, has
a terrible head, and a tail ridged like
Tho National Intelligencer, of yes?
terday, says that Congress passed
the joint resolution excluding from
the electoral college States lately in
rebellion which shall not have b?en
Tho aggregate of tho principal ap?
propriations mado by Congress this
session is $161,000,000. There will
bo another tail to this kite in the
shapo of a huge deficiency bill next
A book-binder named Wiltman,
has been coudemned to death iu
] Posen, in Prussia, for poisoning four
' wives and two children in the space
of six years. He married each time
for money. #
It is stated that General Buell, the
man that saved Grant's army ot
Shiloh, and unquestionably one of
tho bravest aud best gen?ralo in the
Federal army during the war, is in
earnest favor of Seymour and Blair.
Commissioner Hollins hos notified
ten revenue agents, twenty-six spe?
cial agents, and about 300 revenue
inspectors, that, under the new law,
their services are no longer required.
A plan is proposed to bring Lon?
don aud New York within seven
days of each other, by means of fast
steamers between Valencia and St.
Johns, and connecting railroads.
Of twenty men prosecuted for
crime in Cherokee County, .'la., in
the past year, all but ono were Loyal
Prentice is wondering when the
radicals will finish up their work of
getting in States, that for four years
they swore wore never out.
Old Thad. Stevens made a narrow
escape from a sudden and violent
death, the other day. He came near
having a generous idea
Beecher's church is closed for tho
season. It will open in fm J for the
Tho Courts have given the heirs of
Gen. A. S. Johnston thirty leagues
of land in Texas.
Fine Large Iron Safe.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY next, 3d of August', fct 10
o'clock, in front of the Court Houso, wo
1 SPLENDID IRON SAFE, in perfect
order, both fire and damp proof, having
duplicate Keys, and sold for no fault.
Dimensions-2 feet long, 2 feet wide and
2 feet 4 indies high. May bo seen at tho
Sheriffs office, in this city. Terms of dale,
House and IM at Auction.
W. T. WALTER
Will sell in front of the Court Honse, on
MONDAY, August 3, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Tho COTTAGE, with quartor acre, more
or lese, attached, situated on the corner
of Wayne and Laurel M t reels. Terms rash.
RICHLAND DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
DEMOCRATS: A meeting of yonr Club will
be held at Carolina Hall, on MONDAY,
August 3, at 12 o'clock m., for tho purpose
of eleotiug representatives to the State
Convention, coiled to meet in Columbia,
on tho 6th of August, for the purpose of
nominating Electors for Presidout and
Vice-President of the United States. Give
us a full attendance from the country.
W. B. STANLEY, President.
It. JANEALE, Jit., Secretary_July 31
AWOMAN to COOK, WASH and IRON.
Munt come well recommended and be
without family. To such, vnnft WR?JOR and
a permanent situation guaranteed. Apply
at this office. \ Aug 1 1
Columbia Typographical Union.
AN extra meeting of Columbia Typo?
graphical Union, No. 84, will bo held,
at Hook and Ladder Hall, THIS (Satur?
day) EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock, tor
tho purpose of receiving tho report of tho
Executive Committee. By order of the
President. JAMES T. WELLS,
AUK 1 Secretary.
DTthe District Court of the United
States for the District of South
IX BA NKJl VP TCY.
In the matter of Parid EpstttL al lork
viile, in the ?aid District, on the 28//? day
of July, 18GS.
mills is td givo notico that a Petition
J. has been filed in said Court, by DAVID
EP&TIN, of Columbia, S. C., iu said Dis?
trict dulv declared a Bankrupt, under the
Act 'or Congress, entitled "An Act to
establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy
throughout tho United States," approved
2d March, 18?7, for a dischargo and certi?
ficate thereof, from all his debts and other
claims provable under the said Act; and
tho 17th day of August, 16(52, at 12 o'clock
If.i is assigned for the hearing of the
same, before W. L ClawBon, one of thc
Registers in Bankruptcy of Baid Conn, nt
his ofiico in Yorkvill?, South Carolina,
when and where you may attend, anti
shew cause, if any you have, why tho
praver of the said Petition should not bc
granted. J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal ns Messenger.
Bv T. W. CLAWBON,
Aug 1 s3 " Deputy Messenger.
Attention Arohitects and Surveyors.
THE subscriber hus on hand for s-ale fit
a low price, \ fino COMPASS, CHAIN,
T SQUARE and DRAUGHT BOARD. Au
early call will secure a bargain.
July 31 W. T. WALTER.