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Viss?K?, July 28.-This evening, a
despatch from Belgrado, saya the
assassins of Fri ace Michael have been
GOODWOOD, Joly 28,-J-The Good?
wood raoea commenced to-day. The
weather "is bright and Bonny, but
clouds of dust rendered the scene
rather uncomfortable. Immense
crowds were, present. Tho turf was
in bad order, owing to tho long
drought The Craven stakes were
won by Lord Stamford's three-year
old colt Charmwood, sirod by New?
castle. Vespasian waa second, and
Mandrake third. Tho winner was tho
!?avorlte.<. The Levant stakes were
won by the Duke of Beaufort's throe
year'old filly Heatherbell, by Dun?
dee. Prince Solykkoffs two-year old
colt Wadsworth, the favorite, was
Bscond. Six ran. The Hons stakes
were a walk over by Mr. Hodgman's
three-year Old colt Paul Jo noa, by
Buccaneer. The Gratwiok stakes were
won by. Mr. Simla's three-year old
filly, by ParmeBon, ont of Lady
Blanche. The Duke of Beaufort's
three-year colt Herald was second,
and Phcobus third.
The Steward's cup was won by Mr.
Hodgman's. three-year old filly Vex,
by Veldetle. Mr. Johnston's colt
Mercury was second, nhd Captain
Christie's mare Sallie third.
The1 favorite won in a field of
LONDON, July 29.-The main points
of the Act for tho protection of
American citizens abroad, which was
passed just before the adjournment
of the Congress of the United States,
were telegraphed to London, and are
published in the morning journals.
Tho bill is sharply and unfavorably
criticised by the English press,
though its passage does not appear
to excite either surprise or auger.
The journals of all shades of opinion
affect to consider the bill a partizau
measure, required by tho exigencies
of the November elections, but think
this aotion of Congress will not tend
to promote the success of American
negotiations with foreign powers to
secure by treaty tho establishment of
the principles of nationality oa which
the bill is based.
The London Times says: "The
passage of the American citizen Act
will surprise no one. It was to be
expected that the majority of the
United States Congress would make,
through' such a measure as this, a
direct bid for the Irish vote in thc
coming election. There is nothing
in the general principio of the bill
for 'England to deny or oppose.
Irishmen ? who have taken ont their
naturalization papers in the United
States, may properly uso passports
while traveling in Europe, or servo
in tho armies of the United States,
even against Great Britain. So long
as their citizenship is a bona fide
qualification, made in accordance
with the'naturalization laws of the
country, nothing can be said. The
real purpose of tho Fenian is pro?
tected by tho new citizenship thus
conferred upon him to make war
upon the Queen of England in her
own realms; but here they must be
treated its subjects guilty of treason.
Aliens and natives are on the samo
footing in Such a case."
The denial of a jury mediatate lin?
gua iu the trial of the Jaomel Packet
prisoners was right, because the trial
of such, a case as that depended on
interual, not international laws. Tho
evidence obtained in the United
States against these prisoners, prov?
ing that they were members of the
Fenian Brotherhood, was morely col?
lateral. The orimo charged against
these men was committed on British
The. Times ? oven accepts tho rule
that a naturalized citizen of the
United States may come to England
with impunity, after plotting against
the Queen in America, if he comes
The Morning Post says the adop?
tion of this bill by Congress antici?
pates, and consequently delays, the
settlement of the rights of natural?
ized oitizens between the United
States and European nations. Tho
latter may justly resent such action,
even while allowing for the exigen?
cies of the approaching Presidential
Dunum, July 29.-The Marquis of
'Abercorn. Jjord Lieutenant cf Ire?
land, is to be made a Duke.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 29.-Tho
Emperor Alexander has called a con?
ference to arrange for an Interna?
tional Convention of the great
powers, pledging thom to abandon
tho uso of explosive bullets in time
Inte..!gonce has been recoived
from Brazilian sources that Lopez
had sent propositions of peaco to the
allies through the American Minis?
ter, Mr. Washburn. *
Domingo F. Sarmiento has been
oleoted Proaident of the Argentine
GOODWOOD, July 29.-Mr. I. John?
son's threo-year old colt Tabouret
won the Goodwood stakes. Ilium
second; Spy third.
LONDON, August 1.-The Qaeen's
speeoh, re-proroguing Parliament,
says there is no reason to fear a
Dunum, August li-All persons
arrested under suspension of tho
habeas corpus, and hold without
trial, have been discharged.
I . J?T|A f *T?"J*A' '..i'K .. tl- '
"ii ?'- 'i'm,'.', 1 m
PAMS, August 1.-Tho Emperor.^
'prorogued the Senate. '
Tho. Patria proposes joint inter?
vention o' Fiance, England and the
I United States for restoring poaoe in
GHAKIIKSION, August 1.-Sailed
steamer Charleston, New. York;
.schooner AV. B. Manu, Philadelphia.
AUGUSTA, August 1.-A Republi?
can mass meeting, composed mostly
of negroes, was held at the Court
House to-day, for the purpose of
appointing delegates to the State
Convention to be held in Atlanta. A
letter was read from Josh Hill, say?
ing he would stump the State for
Grant and Colfax.
BAI/TIMOKE, August 1.-Revordy
Johnson and family sailed for Europe
at noon. Mrs. Lincoln, who has
been hero several days, was too ill to
leave, and remains behind.
Vera Cruz advices report numerous
small victories over the insurgents.
Great excitement prevails regarding
the organization of Santa Anna's
emissaries at New Orleans. The Go?
vernment is taking measures to give
them a warm reception, wherever
they might land.
St. Domingo nevs shows new com?
plications. President Baez has every
cell of the publia prisons full. Baez
asks assistance from Spain. Leading
London bankers loaned Baez $2,000,
000. The late President, Cabrea!, is
reported advancing with a formidable
force, and tho early fall of Baez is
AflTalra In Wn-sulngton.
AVASHINGTON, August 1.-The Re?
publican National Executivo Com?
mittee is in sossion ot New York.
The Post Office accounts are not
yet mnde up. The recent statement
of great deficiency is a wild specula?
tion; it will not exceed $4,000,000,
and is chargeable to expensive routes
in the far West, instead of iu the
Tho President tendered Lieut.
Gov. Cox, of Ohio, tho Revenue
Comm?8sionership, assuring Cox that
Rollins would give way to bim, and
relieve all partios of trouble. Cox
declines, on account of engrossing
A special agent will be placed in
cbargo of the Now Orleans Custom
Admiral Dahlgren assumes his du?
ties as Chief of the Naval Ordnance
Tho time for converting 7-30's ex?
pired to-day. There are about
$5,000,000 outstanding, which will
be paid in currency nt par.
Considerable anxiety is felt regard?
ing tho position of tho Cabinet.
Tho Now York Times' special says,
tho position in regard to tho Demo?
cratic nominees is ascertained to be
as follows: None of them aro satis?
fied with tho nominations; but
Messrs. McCullock and Browning
will probably support them, while
Messrs. Seward, Randull and AVolles
will, unless they alter their present
opinions, remain as neutral as
possible during tho campaign; and
Messrs. Evarts and Schofield will
vote for Grant and Colfax.
Haytiau advices state that Sal nave
still holds out, having repelled
several assaults. On Sunday. July
5th, Suluave proclaimed himself Em?
peror of Hayti.
A7enezuela advices represent tho
revolution complete. Monayns has
been acknowledged tho provisional
head of the Government. Tho act?
ing United States Minister acknow?
ledged bim, and congratulated him
on his victories.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMKKCIAL..
NEW YORK, August 1.-Stocks dull
and lower. Virginia's now 52 bid
54'.< asked; Tennessee's 61-?(; new
01%. Gold 44%. Storling 10.
Money easy. Flour 5@10c. better.
Wheat l(?>2c. better. Corn slightly
favors buyers. Mess pork quiet, at
28.40. Lard firm-steam 18(fl>18l.<.
Cotton a shade firmer, at 30(nj30;?.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade firmer
sales 1,500 bales, at 30(^01 .<. Flour
-superfine State 7(^7.85!" AVheat
quiet. Corn-mixed AVestern 1.10?
1.13. AVhi8key active and firm.
Mess pork firmer, at 28.37. Lard
active-kettle 18j?@19. Freights
quiet. Money easy, ut 3@4. Gold
activo and advancing, at ?5},?@-?5%.
I? ALTIMORE, August 1.-Cou (Mi
firm, at 30. Flour very firm, with
no stock on hand. Mess pork firm,
at 30. Rib sides 17; shoulders 18W?
CHARLESTON, August 1.-Cotton
firm but no sales-quotations nomi?
AUGUSTA, August 1.-Nothing done
in cotton to-day.
SAVANNAH, August 1.-Cotton firm
-holders too high for buyers; mid?
dlings held at 29@29,??. No sales.
MORILB, August 1.--Nothing doing
in cotton-holdors asking 27 for low
NEW ORLEANS, August 1.-Nothing
doing in cotton-middlings nominal?
ly 28," .?. Flour activo-suporfine 7.75
(&8.0?. Corn quiet, nt 92j.<(^1.05.
Mess pork firm, nt 30.50. Bacon
firmer-sbonldors 13|<i; clear sides
17 ??. Lard-tierce 18^; keg 20.
LIVERPOOL, August ?-Evening.
Cotton closed steady-uplands 9%;
LONDON, August 1-Evening.
American soounties closed dull, at
WL%(&QV,u. Bonds 72.
THE COM&EITTE? OJt>\ ARRANGE- j
MENTS,'of-the. ?ecout Democratic cele?
bration, aro requested to rueot, at Mr. A.
palmer's Store, TO-MORROW EVENING,
at C o'clock, for the purpose of eettUng op
tho bnainess entrutrc&to them.
JOHN McKENZlE, Chalr'n.
A"?a ( ? : _L
EICHLAND DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
HEMOoitATs: A meeting of your Club will
be held at Carolina Hall, on MONDAY,
Auguat 3, at 12 o'clock m., for tho purpose
of electiug representatives to tho State
Convention, called to meet in Columbia,
on tho Otb of August, fur the purpose of
nominating Electors for President and
Viec-Proaident of tho United States. Give
us a full attendance from tho country.
W. H. STANLEY, President.
R. Q'NKALE, Jn., Secretary July 31
A YOUNO GORILLA,'
IINVITE my friends, THIA AFTER
NOON, to my Garden, asl bhave ono of
tho offsprings of au Africwi Gorilla to
show thom. I. QllIESHABER.
Au? 2j_y T_
,=J_a_r> A LARGE .BRASS STORE
^*Sstat\yKEY. If left at this office, the
finder will be suitably rewarded.
Mk. SUNDAY NIGHT LAST, from
"MSA Holly Hill P. O., two HORSE
GHmmBmNLuLES, ono a Light Bay, about
six yours old; the other Black, with white
face, whitp belly, and fore hoofs shod; the
hair of t1 o latter remarkably long. A
reward of $10 will be given for their re?
covery. C. H. HART,
Aug 2 jg_Holly Hill, H. C.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of South
In the matter of David Epalin, al York
viUe, in the said District, on the 28th day
of July, 18G8.
THIH is to give notice that a Petition
has been flied in said Court, by DAVID
EPSTIN, of Columbia, S. C., iu said Dis?
trict, duly declared a bankrupt, uuder the
Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to
establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy
throughout the United States," approved
2d March, 18G7. for a discharge and certi
flcato thereof, from all his debts and other
claims provable under the said Act; and
the 17th day ul August, 1808, at 12 o'clock
M., is assigned for tho hearing of tho
same, before W. I. dawson, ono of the
Registers in Bankruptcy of said Court, at
his office in Yorkville, South Carolina,
when and where you moy attend, and
shew causo, if anv you have, why tho
praver of the said Petition should not be
granted. J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
By T. W. CLAWSON,
Aug 1 s3 Deputy Messenger.
Attention Architects and Surveyors.
11HE subscriber has on hand for sale at
a low price, a flue COMPASS, CHAIN,
T SQUARE and DRAUGHT BOARD. An
carly call will secure a bargain.
July 31 _ SV^T. WALTER.
Raisins, Figs, &o.
?)pf BOXES Layer RAISINS, fine order.
??O 25 Half Drums choice Smyrna FIGS.
Gdozon Assorted JELLIES.
3 dozen Canton GINGER. For salo by
July 26 _ E^A G^D^HOPE.
Central Ice House,
NEXT door to Central Hotel, Plain
street, Columbia. Parties taking a
specified amount of ico daily, can have it
delivered at their doors. City money
taken for one-half of ice sold, lu cases of
sickness, ice can be had at any hour of the
night. Orders from country solicited.
July 10 Imo _D. B. CLAYTON.
Limes and Lemons.
1BBL. FLORIDA LIMES,
5 boxoB choice. Lemons.
Just received and for sale low by
July 17 _GEORGE SYMMER8.
5BOX KS Choice Pino Apple CHEESE,
10 boxes Choico Gloucester Cheese.
For sale by GEO HUE SYMMERS.
Mackerel and Blue Fish.
e? HALF BARRELS LARGE NO. 3
3 bbls. No. 1 Bay Mackerel,
3 bbls. Lako Superior Blue Fish.
For Bale by GEORGE SYMMERS.
?)pr BAGS FAIR RIO COFFEE. For
?tJ sale low to dealors.
Juno 14_E. fi G. D. HOPE.
TO THE LADIES.
STAMPING for EMBROIDERY, BRAID?
ING and FLUTING, all ou tho most
reascn?uiu terms, by
MUS. M. C. WALTER,
July 8 Imo Next to the Central Hotel.
HIGHLY PERFUMED ENGLISH HO?
Highly Perfumed Variegated Soap,
Chemical Olive Soap.
For sale by ? GEO. SYMMERS.
Summer Tonics and Invigorant?.
Chesnnt Grove Whiskey.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 221 _ Druggists.
Seeds, Landreth's Seeds.
WINTER DUTCH TURNIP SEED,
Ruta Baga Turnip Seed,
Largo Globe Turnip Soed,
Largo Norfolk Turnip Seed,
Purplo Top Turnip Seed.
For Balo by FISHER & HEINITSH.
July 22 t
Enameled Preserving Kettles,
ENAMELED and PLAIN SAUCE PANS.
FURNACES, Ac, Ac, just received
and for sale, low, by
July 24 FISHER &.JLOWRAlSIOE.__
Scrofula, or King's lOvil, is cured by
usingJHojjnitah'B Queen's Delight. j_
TTtGG BISCUITS, ri
Xii Lemon Crackors,
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIEKCKS*.
New Flour! Hew Floor ll
/CHOICE NEW FLOUR, IromBookmnn s
V J Milln, just recelvod and for sale by
Jip?o 24 J. & T. R. AONEW.
Ale and P?rtertf^Y j
3CASKS Bass A Co.'e PALE ALE.
S casks Yo unger'a Sparkling Ed^. . &
2 casks Brown Stout London Porter.
For eal? by GEORGE SYMMERS.
5BBL8. Exton'a Trenton BUTTER
10 boxen Kc1, i ?ibu rg Crackers,
10 bOX?S Coffee Crackern,
15 boxes Jumbles,
15 boxoB Soda Crackers,
5 boxes Toa Cakes.
For salo by GEORGE SYMMERS.
. Sell-liaising Flour.
5BBL8. Becker's Self-Raising FLOUR.
For sale by
July 30_GEf^ OE SYMMERS.
Fresh. Cra ^kers.
BBLS. SODA BISCUIT.
" Sugar Crackers.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Butter Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
sale by _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
1 f\(\ LI1S. Puro Spanish SMOKING
100 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For salo low by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Fresh Soda Biscuits,
AND other CRACKERS, just received,
aud for sale low, by
July 14_FISH KR & LOWRANCE.
Air-Tight Fruit Jars.-Steam Con?
ANEW", convenient, perfect, ehaap pre?
serving JAR, which secures all the
advantages of more costly Tins and Jars,
and easy iu method. A few dozen for saie
by FISHER A HEINITSH,
July ll t_Druggists.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
AND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE,
at G. DI LUCKS.
Sugars on hand. July 18
FINE Sugar-cured Breakfast 8TRIPS.
Frosh LEMONS and NEW FLOUR.
G. DIERCKS, at Secgers' old stand.
Kerosene ! Kerosene ! !
? BBLS. FRESH KEROSENE OIL for
J salo low, by the barrel, or at ri tail, by
July li)_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
DR. THOMAS T. MOOEE,
WOULD inform his FRIENDS and
PATIENTS that ho will be absent
from the city, on husmees, for a week or
two. On his return ho will, as heretofore,
execute, in the moat approved manner, all
operations appertaining to DENTISTRY;
and will, as hundreds can testify, extract
teeth wUhottt pain, by use of Nitrous Oxide
or Laughing Gae._July 25
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
^SSjS1 PAINTING and Decorating, Paper
^v?S^ H anging, Ac, executed with
neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING ami general Houso Re?
pairing. Ollu'o on Boundary street, ono
square East of Main. July 26_
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
Choice Goshen Butter,
Young America Cheese,
Choice Breakfast Bacon Strips,
Powdered Sugar, Ac.
For salo low bv GEO. S Y AIMER! '.
BY arrangement with Mr. R. C. Shiver,
we have obtained tho Agency of the
SUPERIOR WASHING SOAP sold by him
for some months past. A full supply is
now on hand and >r?!l be furnished to his
and our customers al 25 cents per bar.
This is decidedly the best Soap in Columbia.
July 23 _J_-.!?L?-J*- AGNEW.
Picklt j, &C
1 i\ DOZ. Crosse & Blackwell's English
?\ 9 FICELES, CHOW-CHOW and PIC
CO LI LI.
20 dozen American PICKLES, Caper.,.
Pickled Lobster, Pine Apples in glass and
cans, ic For salo by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
-g /^v HHDS. of prime quality, for salo
XXJ low by E. & G. D. HOPE.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
SLOCATED on Washington street,
next to Brennen A Carroll's, is now
under tho nolu proprietorship of the
undersigned. Tho best of everything, in
tho way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, SE
GAUS, TOBACCO, otc, kept on hand.
LUNCH everv day at ll o'clock. Givo
him a call, and test the correctness of thc
assertion made above.
June 19 RICHARD BARRY.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
OA BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for salo
JdVJ low by _JL*J? DiJ?0.PE._
THOMAS ce BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
Ale and Porter.
-| i\ CASKS Jeffrey's Edinburg ALE.
J_U 5 ca sl>s English PORTER. For sale
bv E. & S. D. HOPE.
Machine Oil and Belting.
FOR ?ale by
May 31 FISHER A LOWRANCE
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can get BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ampio timo
Dec27 MARY A. ELKIN A SON.
Purifies the Blood.
For Hule by Druggists Everywhere.
july j i ifftyr
New Family Flour.
2AAA POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY
.Ul/U NEW FLOUR, equal to any
mada ou tho Continent of America. For
salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
THE undersigned has purchased tho
Stables formerly ao well known as
HITCHCOCK'S, and recently owned by Mr.
Mr. OWEN DALY, a well-known citizon,
and working man, has been placed in
charge as Superintendent, and ho trusts,
by reasonable eharges and courteous treat?
ment, to merit a full Bharo of publio pa?
tronage. His OMNI BUSES CARRI AGE8,
Ac, will convey FASSENOERS to and from
tho Hotels and Frivato Residences on tho
arrival and dopartnro of the various
trains, and every effort will bo made to
givo the publio entire satisfaction.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
OWEN DALY, Superintendent.
UmsJHMIMli THE undersigned
Khaving removed his jSBt
???MBSatock of FURNITURE 'T1
to Main street, West sido, opposite C. H.
Baldw in A Co.'H. will be glad to see his
former patrons and the public generally.
Givo mo a call. With increased facilities,
he is prepared to manufacture anything in
the CABINET MAKING LINE, at short
notico and workmanship to ploaso even
the most fastidious. Particular attention
given to REPAIRING, PACKING and
JOBBING. JEROME FAGAN.
July J)_ . _ _
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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. SWAPFIELD,
Nomination for the Mayoralty.
WILLIAM M. MYERS, ESQ., is a candi?
date for tho Mayoralty, and will be sup?
ported by his
May 8 NUMEROUS FRIENDS.
THE MORRIS COTTON GLN.
THE subscriber would inform Planters
that ho has commenced tho GIN
business again, and can lill a fow orders.
Those in want of Gins would do well to
speak early, as a limited number will be
made. Price $3.50 per saw. Terms cash
I or citv acceptance E. MORRIS.
MILL FOR SALE.
ONE of the best construotod PORTA?
BLE BURR STONE MILLS, about
1,200 lbs. weight-suitable for whoat or
corn, and will grind from fiftoen to twenty
bushels of corn per hour. Apply to
May 5 tilmo Columbia. S. C.
Oullett's Patent Steel Brush
COTTON ginned on this GIN, sold in
Charleston, last season, at ono to two
cents per pound moro than tho same class
of Cotton ginned on the ordinary Gins of
thc country. This statement is certified
by twenty-five of tho principal factors and
buyers in Charleston. Price $6 per Saw,
for cash or city acceptance. Send for a
Circular. C. GRAVELY,
No. 52 East Bay,
South of tho Old Post Office,
Charleston, S. C.
BRINLEY'S PATENT PLOUGHS, and a
full stock of Hardware and Agricultural
Implements, for salo low, wholesale and
retail. July 9 cow 6
NEW FLOUR. NEW FLOUR. For sale
June 19_FISHER .? LOWRANCE.
I^OR SALE by
* May 22 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Til? life of ?ll ile?!? la blood. The
health of all life is pure flesh. Pore blood
keeps ont all diseases. Tho Qneon s Dc
light purifies tho blood._
AOA8K OF ST. JULIEN CLARET will
be on draught TUESDAY, thc 23d.
June 21 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fine Large LyonSafe.
BY D. 0 PELXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY noxt, Sd of August, at 10
' o'clock, In front of the Court Houso, wo
1 SPLENDID JROJT SAFE, in perfect
ordor, both dre and damp proof, having
duplicate Roys, anti sold for po fault.
Dimensions-2 foot long, 2 feet wido and
2 feet 4 iuchos high. May bo seen at tho
Sheriff's office, in thia city. Terms of salo,
House and Lot at Auction.
W. T. WALTER
Will sell in front of th?. Court House, on
MONDAY, August 3r,?t 10 o'clock a. m..
The COTTAGE, with quarter aero, moro
or less, attached, situated; on tho corner
of Wayne and Laurel strcota. Terms cash.
BY virtso of a writ of Fieri Facias, to
mo directed, will sell, on tho first
MONDAY in August next at tho
Sooth Carolina Railroad Depot, iu Colum?
bia, within the legal hours, one FREIGHT
CAR. NO. 93, levied on ss the property of
the Wilmington.and Manchester Railroad
Company, at Uto suit of Mrs. Mary D. Rus?
sel vs. tho wilmington and Manchester
Terms cash. P. F. FRA ZEE, S. R. D.
JACOB LEVIN. ATCTIONEER.
D. B. DeSaus8ure, C. E. R. D., vs. William
Kinsler, Edward and Henry O. Einsler.
PURSUANT lo tho decretal order iu the
above ?tated case, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the first
MONDAY in August next, aU that Lot of
Land, in the city of Columbia, containing
4 and 30-100 aeren, and bounded on the
North by James M. Crawford, South by
G. D. Hopo, Simeon Fair and Mrs. Dorothy
Brodie, Fast hy John J. Kinsler's lot, ana
Weet by Scott's alley, late tho property of
John J. Einsler, deceased.
Terms of sale-Cash sufficient to pay
cost of suit aud. expenses of sale;,, the
balance on a credit of one, two and three
years, secured by bond, with good person?
al security, and mortgage of tho premises
sold. Purchaser to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
July 9 t_C. E. R. P.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
W. H. and W. A. Gibbes, Executors, vs.
Mary L. Singletou, Jas. G. Gibbes et al.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in tho
above Bt&ted caao. I will sell, beforo
thc Court House, in Columbia, on the first
MONDAY in August next, for cash, tho fol?
lowing personalty, to wit:
100 Snares Columbia and Augusta Rail?
GO Shares Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Company, ,
4 Shares Granitcvillc Manufacturing
4 Shares Elmwood Cemetery.
All that LOTXJF LAND, situate on tho
corner of Pendleton and Marion streets,
in tho city of Columbia, with the Buildings
thereon, bounded North by lot of W. A.
Scarborough, East by lot of John T.
Sloan, Weat by Marion street, and South
by Pendleton street, fronting on Marion
street 198 feet, moro or less, and running
back 98 feet, more or less, on Pendleton
That LOT OF LAND, ?ituato on 8umter
street, in Columbia, bounded North by lot
of African Methodist Episcopal Church
and lot of G. S. Bower, deceased, East by
lot of Dr. D. H. Trezovant, Wost by Sum?
ter street, and South by lot of Dr. J. W.
Parker and John Watics, fronting on Sum
tor street 78 feet, moro or less, and fun?
ning back 208 feot, more or loss.
Terms of sale-Cash sufficient to pay
coBt and oxpenses of suit and Bale; the
balance on a credit of ono, two' and three
years, secured by bond, with personal
security, and mortgage of the promises
sold. Purchasers to pay for papers, H tamps
Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 9 '_t_
John Preston, Jr., Executor, vs. John
ARce, et al. Bill to subject real estate
to payment of debts.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in th?
abovo stated case, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the firs
MONDAY in August next, all th? follow
ing lots or parcels of LAND, situate in th?
city of Columbia, ta wit:
CORNER LOT, or LOT No. 1.-Situati?
on tho corner of Gates and 8enate vrtreets
and bounded North by Lot No. 2, East b;
lot of Mayrant, West by Gates street, ant
South by Senate streot, fronting on Gate
street 50 foot, more or IOBB, and mnnin?
back 105 feet, more or less.
LOT No. 2.-Bounded North by lot c
Henry Board, East by lot of Mayrant
West by Gates street, and South by Lc
No. 1, fronting on Gates street 55 fee
more or less, and running back 105 feo
iiiiM e. ur ices.
TormB-Cash sufficient to pay cost an
and expenses of suit and sale; the balanc
on a credit of one, two and three yean
secured by bond and mortgage of tb
property sold. Purchaser to pay fe
papors, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DE9AUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
FOB YOUNG LABIES.
STit^ CORNER of Camden an
?jrymk Fickcns strcots, Colombia, I
^?*^B#-C. Tho next Session will bi
^jgBiPgin on TUESDAY, 8optombe
jE?P^ 1st, and cont iiint) sixteen weeki
till FRIDAY, Docomber 18tl
Rapid progress inaurod in thc useful s
well as ornamental branches. The Schoi
is divided into fivo Departments, either (
which Pupils may enter separately-Pr
mary, Academical, Drawing and Paintinf
Music (Piano and Guitar,) Language
( Ancient and Modern. ) Singing taught 1
tho whole School, according to the Prm
aian eystom, without extra charge. Pi
ronts and guardians who intend patroni:
ing this School aro requested to gb
notico in tho vacation. For Circular
containing particulars, apply to tl
undersigned, who, as a guarantoe for h
futuro fidelity, respectfully refers to h
former Pupils of tho Columbia Ferna
Academy, many of whom still resido i
Colombia and tho vicinity.
July 14 tutblO_W. MULLER.
Wrapping Paper and Twine.
AFULL supply of WRAPPING PAPE!
Also, Paper Twine, Colton and Hen
Twino. On hand and for sale by
Juno 16_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ALL claims against the catato of J. I
LEE, deceased, will.bo handed i
properly attested, and all persons indobti
to tho estate will please make payment
Mrs. M. E. LEE, Administratrix, or to 1
G. QUERRY, Agent. June 17 w9