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LONDON, July 81.-A session of
Par li ii rr eut prorogued to-day.
The Queen was not present. Her
speech was read by royal commission.
It speaks of tho foreign relations of
Givat Britain, os most friendly and
- satisfactory, and says there, is no rea?
son to fear war in Europe. No re?
ference is made to the United States.
The Abyssinian expedition has vin?
dicated the honor of tho orown.
The cessation of tho attempt at re?
bellion irjtfreland renders the further
use of exceptional powers granted by
tho two Houses needless. Tho Queen
thanks the House of Commons for
supplies voted, and congratulates
them upon tho passage uf the Irish
and Scotch reform bills, the public
sohool bill, the bill fpr tho purchase
of telegraph wires throughout the
kingdom, and other bills of less im?
portant character. The speech also
announces that a dissolution of Par?
liament will soon take place, in order
that the people may reap the advan?
tages of tho more extended system
of r?nr?3?2t?tlon recently provided,
confident of their fitness for their
new duties, and that their voice will
be for the perpetuation of that civil
and religious freedom which is sc?
oured by tho institutions of the
nation and the settlement of the
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, August 8.
A dreadful accident occurred here
night before last. Daring the regu
lar performance at Lang's Musk
Hall the alarm of fire was raised,
when the entire audience immediately
rushed for the doors, completely
blocking up the passage ways, nm
tho wildest excitement prevailed
"When order was restored, by the re
?peat ed. announcement that there wa
no fire, it was found that no less thai
twenty-three persons-mainly womei
and children-had been crushed t
death in the stampede. A larg
number had limbs broken and wer
CHARLESTON, August 3.-Cottoi
dull; no sales; buyers offering 28 fo
middlings. Alarming reports of th
appearance of tho cotton catorpilln
aro brought in from several of th
SAVANNAH, August 3.-Beporl
from crops in this section show tin
the rains ore injuring the plantation
Florida reports aro to the effect thi
the worms are at work ou most t
NEW ORLEANS, August 3.-A ci
lored man, named Walter Rollin
who has boon making Democrat
speeches, was set upon by a radio
crowd of whites and blacks, wi
attempted to kill him. Govern*
Wnrmouth put a stop to the affai
and addressed tho radicals, wi
afterwards quietly dispersed.
TALLAHASSEE, August 3.-The L
gislature, to-day, passed a bill, r
quiring all telegraph operators in tl
State to take tho oath of secrecy, at
making it fine and imprisonment f<
divulging any message; also, b
taking tho election of delegates
the electoral college from the peo
and placing it in the Legislatui
also, passed a bill, giving negro
every privilege of whites, on all ra
roads. A similar bill, relating
hotels, was introduced, aud will pi
A largo Democratic ratificati
meeting and nominating Couventi
was held here on the 1st. W. '.
Barnes, of Jackson County, w
chosen for Congress. A largo torc
light procession and fire-works
night. Everything passed off wil
ST. Lo DIS, August 3.-The rece
fight in Saline County is greatly <
aggerated. Drunken men disturl
the meeting. Only one was kil
and three wounded.
NASHVILLE, August 3.-Thirti
general officers of the Confeden
aro in convention to-day, to consi
ways and mcaus of reconciling
litical troubles in Tennessee.
R. J. Brent, Esq., in a card, r.
nouuees Butler's statement regard
his arrest in Baltiuioro uuequivoe;
St. Marie has at hist received
?10,000 for betraying Surratt, am
J?f for Europe.
NEW .YORK, August 3.-Charles
Hfjtrfnv&ta Miles O'Reilly, ed
of the Citizen, aud lato Registe
tho city, died this morning, fron
over-dose of chloroform, to rel
ST. LOUIS, August 3.-Exton
preparations aro in progression
the grand encampment of the Kni|
Templar, next month. Cominan
will bo present from all parts of
Affairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, August 3.-Mc
loch has issued orders to the beac
departments, to classify clerks
cording to their capacity and al
Hon to business, with a view o:
faining the moro skillful and faitl
Rollins issues the following or
"Evory dealer in manufactur?e
bacco having more than twenty
pound.?, or dealer in snuff ha
more than ten pounds on hand, i
deposit immediately with tho
sistant Assessor of the proper dial
a sworn inventory of tho ainoui
tobacco and snuff, respectively,
a like inventory on tho first of e
month hereafter. After Janna
1869, all smoking and lino cut tobac?
co and snuff, ana after July, i860, all
other manufactured tobacco is to bo
deemed as haring been manufactured
after the passage of the Act, and
will be required to bo put up in
?mekugcs and stamped as required by
aw. Every dealer in domestic or
imported scgars, having more than
5,000 scgars on hand, must file a
sworn invontory every month until
tho 1st of April, 1869, at which date
all segars shall bo decreed to have
been manufactured since the passage
of the Act, aud aro required to be
Howard, of tho Freedmen's Bu?
reau, started South, this afternoon,
i to visit tho principal Bureau sta
tb MIS, and mike preparations to
i'wind up tho concern by January.
Three gamblers were Lynched at
Sioux City, last week, for cheating.
The sub-Treasury business to-day
was heavy. Beceipts $16,517,000;
payments $15,930,000; balance $80,
FINANCIAL AND COIUIUKRCl AL.
Nif.w YOI?K, August 3-Neon.
Flour 10@20c. better. Wheat l?2c.
better. Corn lc. bettor. Pork firm
mess 28.62>?. Cotton quiet, at 30@
30'o. Stocks firm. Money easy, at
3@?. Freights quiet.
I 7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; Bales 600
bales, at 30>?. Flour 15@25c. bet?
ter-chiefly lower grades; market
I active for common to fair-Southern
I extra 9@10><i; good to choice 10.60
@15. Wheat 3@.5e. better, and
quite active. Corn l@.2c. better.
Mess pork firmer, at 28.55. Lard
18^4. Gold 45^e'. Southern bonds
more active and firmer.
BALTIMORE, August 3.-Cotton
quiet-middling 30. Flour active.
Wheat in good demand-primo to
choice red firstname.lastname@example.org. Coru-white
1.30@,1.33; yellow 1.27 Pork firm,
at 30; rib sides 17; shoulders l-?}?@
CINCINNATI, August 3.-Corn dull,
at 85. Cotton dull-middling 29 %.
Lard \9>%. Mesa pork held at 28.75.
CHARLESTON, August 3.-Sailed
barkentine E. Williams, Philadel?
AUGUSTA, August 3.-Cotton mar?
ket dull and inactive, to-day; no
SAVANNAH, August 3.-Cotton qui?
et; no sales-middlings 29@29'?.
NEW'ORLEANS, August 3.-Cotton
very dull; no sales or exports. Gold
45'.-j. Flour slightly firm-super?
fine 8. Corn 92(0,1.00. Pork-hold?
ers firm, at 30,!j. Bacon-holders
firmer-shoulders 13l..(</13^.j ; clear
LONDON, August 3-3 p. m.-Con?
sols 91%. American securities heavy
and all declined. Bonds 71??@71%.
LIVERPOOL, August 3-3 p. m.
Cotton firm and unchanged.
LONDON, August 3-Evening.
LIVERPOOL, August 3-Evening.
Cotton easier, butquotably unaltered.
LET EVERY COLORED MAN READ
THIS.-Some days since, a colored
man was up before Mayor Neff, on
some charge, and was fined $20.00.
At the instance of a "rebel," who
spoke well of the prisoner's charac?
ter, the Mayor reduced tho fine to
$10.00, which was all very proper.
Tho prisoner had uo money, and, in
company with a policeman, he called
ou a number of his radical friends
to pay the fine, that he might be re?
leased from confinement and resume
his work. Old "uncle" Anthony
Howe was one to whom he applied,
but "uucle" Anthony "didn't have a
dollar." His other radical friends,
"without regard to race, color or
previous condition," were just like
"uncle" Anthouy Howe-they
"didn't havo a dollar." Finally, tho
poor colored mau, disappointed aud
disheartened, applied to one of those
"d-n rebels," as the disnniouists
are pleased to term their betters, and
he did have the money; and not only
hud it, but cheerfully paid the amour; t
of tho fine, and tho colored man was
Let every colored niau road and
ponder these facts, and he may then
be able to determine who are his
friends.-Wilmington (X. C.) Star.
j At the ratification meeting at New?
j ark, New Josey, (says tho Adver
I tiser, rad.,) the Opera House was
densely packed, and largo crowds
were unublo to obtain admission.
The music on this occasion was
furnished by thu Jefferson band and
a quartette club. Mr. Ritter favored
the audience with a solo, of which
the following was the chorus:
Wo Polked them once,
Wo Pierced them well,
And then wo Bucked them sore;
And with Frank Blair
We'll make them stare.
That they may all Sey-mour.
In all parts of the country Demo?
cratic clubs, white and colored, aro
being formed. The Barnwell Senti?
nel says: "Bamberg formed a clnb a
few weeks ago, which now numbers
over 100 members and there are
accessions daily to its ranks. Black?
ville, WilliBton, Aiken, Graham's
Turn-out and many other places in
the Distriot have formed clubs, and
are all in fine working order. Our
Democratic friends have determined
that the ball shall be kept rolling,
and have rolled up their sleeves to
TWENTY-FIFTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
COLUMBIA, August 3.-Tho Com?
mittee on County Offices and Officers
made a report on the 'resolution in?
structing them to fix the salaries of
County officers. Tho report, which
was considered immediately and
agreed to, recommended that the
matter bo re-committed to a Joint
Committee, consisting of Committees
of Ways and Means aud County
Offices and Officers.
The Judiciary Committeo made a
report on tho resolution proposing to
rescind the order of General Cunby,
appointing a Mayor and Council for
the town of Laurensville. Tho?com
mittee expressed the belief that a
new Council could be appointed or
elected at tbis time, if these offices
were vacated, by the adoption of tho
proposed resolution, and, therefore,
recommended that tho resolution be
tabled until a general law on the sub?
ject of municipal elections was passed.
The report was agreed to.
Whipper introduced a bill to dc
clare vacant certain offices, wuicL
was read the first time, and ordered
1 for consideration to-morrow. Thc
I bill declares all offices, whether fillet
now by election or appointment, tc
be vacated immediately upon itt
passage, except such as were lillee
by the election which took place ot
the 11th, 15th nod 16th days o
April, under the provisions of tin
new Constitution, and authorizes tin
Governor to supply tho vacancies b;
appointment until elections can b
bold; but tho provisions of the bil
are not to extend to the cases of per
sons holding office as Mayors or Al
dermeu, Intendant or Wardens, c
any incorporated towns or cities wh
were elected uudcr tho terms of thei
The chairman of the Committc
of Ways and Means rando an uufr
vorable report on the bill to levy
tax of $500 annually on Kcrsha
District for the support of the wido
of S. G. W. Dill; which report wi
agreed to, aud the bill ordered to Ii
on the table.
Notices wcro given of a bill "I
provide a public administrator," an
a bill "to protect tho State again
scarcity, and for other purposes."
Joint resolutions were receive
from tho Senate, petitioning Co:
gross to remove the political disabil
ties of W. J. Clawson, of Yorkvill
and S. D. Goodlett, of Greeuvill
which were read and referred to tl
Special Committee on Political Dis
The Judiciary Committee report?
back, with sundry uuimporta
amendments, tho bill to organi
Circuit Courts, which was reatl
second time and passed. The b
establishes eight circuits. Tho o
in which .Richland County is ei
braced, will bold its Courts of Coi
mon Pleas on tho first Monday
February, Juno and October, a
the Courts of Ceueral Sessions
the first Wednesdays after tho fi
Mondays in theso months, respe
ively-discretion being given t
j litiges to postpone the terms of t
former, if necessary, until tho bu
ness of the Courts of Sessions sb
have been finished. . Tho equ
business is all transferred to t
Courts of Common Pleas. Tho r
of tho bill embraces mere matters
detail, such as thc transfer of I
books, records, &c.
A communication was read fr
Governor Scott, announcing that
had approved tho joint resolut?
petitioning Congress to removo
political disabilities of N. E.
Walker, of Barnwell, and C.
Farmer, of Colleton.
The unfinished business then en
up for consideration. It was
bill to reduce the amount of
bonds of public officers, and
pending question was on tho ad
tiou of an amendment proposing
increase tho bond of the State T
surer from $-10,000, as contaiuei
? tho bill, to S0J.0?0, tho ame
always heretofore required of I
Whipper, (colored radical,)
that, when he had concluded
speech on this subject, on Satin
lust, lu; thought ho had said all
it was necessary for him to say,
from events which had subseque
taken place, ho was induced to
lievo that it would be crimina
him to bo silent on this o cc at
Ho then opposed tho reductio
the bond on four grounds. Firs
believed it would injure tho creel
tho State; second, because it
going to bo done in ordor to pla
mau in position (Niles G. Pal
who had attomptoil to give 8
bonds, and who, it was curre
reported, had promised to use
bills receivable of tho State in si
i?.g those who went on bis bc
third, because bo believed
under any circumstances, it w
inj uro tho credit of tho State to
man of doubtful capacity anti hoi
in office; and, fourth, becausi
had understood that undue illili
had beon resorted to, by attora]
to impose on the credulity of
of the members, for the purpo
serving a personal motive.
Rausier and other colored ra<
also opposed the reduction ot
first ground expressed by Whi
but disclaimed entertaining
doubts as to Parker's honesty,
after considerable debate, the
and nays were called on tho ado
?av., 4?.% mr"'*\ ' /?/
of the amendment, nnder the opera?
tion of. tho previous question, and
resulted-yeas, 25; nays, 67. So the
amendment was lost. .
Ransier then moved that the bill
be amended by inserting $60,000,
instead of $40,000, but this was also
lost. The bill was then passed.
The House then adjourned.
Joint resolutions from the House,
favorable to tho removal of tho poli?
tical disabilities ol R. G. Camp and
A. E. Smith, were received a?d re?
ferred to the Special Committee on
The same disposition wns mude of
the petition of A. L. McCaslin, pray?
ing the removal of his disabilities.
Tho bill to provide a Private Sec?
retary for the Governor was read tho
first time and referred.
An account of T. M. Paysiuger,
Sheriff of Newberry District, against
the State, was referred to tho Com?
mittee on Claims.
Tho bill to establish tho Citizens'
Savings Bank of South Carolina, was
taken up and, ofter some verbal
amendments, passed its second read?
Wright introduced a bill to fix the
salary of certain officers, which was
read the first time and referred. It
provides that tho salary of Chief
Justice shall be $5,000, Aesociuto
Justice $-4,500, and Circuit Judges
$4,000, all payable quarterly.
The favorable report of the Finance
Committee, on tho petition of Mrs.
Mary A. C. Hobbs, of Lexington,
praying to bo relieved from a double,
tnx, was agreed to and sent to the
As was also a favorable report on
the petition of Edward Livingston,
to bo relieved of his political disabi?
The House resolution, favorable to
tho removal of the disabilities of R.
L. Heriot, of Orangeburg, was
agreed to and returned to the House.
Raudolph reported the bill to de?
fine tho jurisdiction aud regulate the
practice of Probate Courts, as en?
grossed, for a third reading.
The bill to quiet rights vested un?
der military orders, was takeu up
and, after some amendments,
The most important of these was
tho following: "All persons who are
now holding office, by reason of auy
general or special orders issued by
any military commander in this State,
aro hereby continued in office until
their successor? shall be elected and
Tho bill lo authorize the Governor
to negotiate a loan of $125,000, was
The Committee on Incorporations
reported favorably, and by bill, on
tho petitions of tho Neptune and
Palmetto Fire Eugine Companies, of
Greenville, praying acts of incorpo?
ration. Tho bills were read tho first
time and ordered for consideration
Tho Senate thou adjourned.
EFFECT OF PAPER MONET ON LA
DOUINO MKS AND TAX-PAYERS.- -The
following are plain figures, which
every day-laborer aud every tax?
payer can understand. "A Laboring
Man" writes the following to the
Bangor (Me.) Democrat:
For four days' work, in 1859, I
could buy a barrel of excellent flour.
For an equally good barrel, now, I
have to work eight days.
For one day's work, in 1850, 1
could buy fivo ponnds of tea. For
same day's work, I can now buy but
For ono day's work, then, I could
buy, thirty pounds of sugar. For a
day's work, now, I can get but fif?
For a day's work, in 185'.?, I could
buy eight pounds of tobacco. For a
day's work, now, I can buy but
For a day's work, in 1850, I could
buy fifteen pounds of coffee. For a
day's work, now, I can buy but five
For one month's work, in 1850, I
could clothe myself and family for
one year. To do tho same, now, I
am obliged to work two months and
I might thus go through tho whole
list of articles that a laboring man
and his family consume. Tho fact
is, that wo ure permitted to enjoy
but one-half of the fruits of our
labor; the other half goes to tho
ls it not time for me and my fel?
low-laborers to look around us,
ascertain tho cause of this robbery of
labor, and apply the remedy?
Iudeod, it is time; but tho cause
of this robbery of labor ?3 already
ascertained, nnd tho people will
apply the remedy next November.
Tho "Laboring Man" is right, when
he says that tho peoplo aro permitted
to eujoy but one-half of tho fruits of
their labor, but he makes an orror in
stating that "the other half goes to
tho public treasury." If it did, the
public debt would be paid, lt goes
to support tho Southern negroes in
idleness; to keep tho whites under
the bayonets of a hugo standing
army; and to enrich the plunderers.
This is what is doue with the peo?
ple's money; and the cormorants
who ure sucking tho life-blood of
labor and industry in tho country
ask the people to sustain thom in
another four years' term of robbery.
The coautry cannot afford it.
[New York World.
John Dnpree, a colored citizen of
Georgia, is tired of the carpet-bag?
gers, and advises hie brethren of the
African persuasion to voto with the
Dem?crata hereafter. He alludes to
the false promises of the carpet-bag?
gers, and asks his colored friends:
"Have you got your mule? I ain't
got mine yet; aud they told us, right
here in Irwintou, they was goiug to
give us one. Have you got your
forty acres of laud? Have you got
your ono thousand dollars in green?
backs? Echo answers, Whnr's your
mule, instead of Here's your mule."
Hon. B. H. Hill, in his recent !
speech at Atlanta, Ga., said: "A gen?
tleman who is the only real Governor
of Georgia," (meaning Ex-Governor
Jenkins,) "is making a case to test
tho reconstruction laws, in which
jurisdiction is given the Supremo
Court by the Constitution."
A young woman astonished tho
assembly at n ball in Nnshville, by
goiug into a mesmeric trance between
the dances and treating them to
declamations, prayers and exhorta?
tions. Too much chicken salad and
champagne were the probable cause.
Charles E. Becker, keeper of a
I lager-beer saloon in Philadelphia,
i was struck iu the finger by a rattle
I snake which be bad on exhibition a
few days. Ho rushed to a drugstore,
but whiskey and drugs failed, and he '
[ died in a short time.
Gen. Butler said in a speech, two I
or three days ago, that President I
Johnson was more guilty than Judas
Iscariot. It is very natural that
Ben. should bavo a kind feeling for
Judas, for the latter took sundry
pieces of silver aud carried the bag.
The papers in different sections of
tho North notice the death by
drowning of a number of Indies.
Scarcely, a day passes without a case
of tho kind being reported.
Who gives employment to nine
tcnths of the negroes in tho South?
Is it "us" carpet-baggers or "us"
rebels? Any negro can answer this
The White Cane Democratic Club,
of Oraugeburg District, bavo passed
a series of practicable and sensible
resolutions, looking to the encourage?
ment of white immigration.
Tim Hurley, the facetious, bas filed
his bond, and will, in a short time,
assume bis official duties as Corouer
The dwelliug of Mrs. Frances Wil?
li lins and the kitchen of Mr. B. F.
Smith, both in Abbeville District,
were burned last week.
torch-light procession, announced
for last night, was postponed until
an early dui/.-Augusta Chronicle.
During thc past month no fewer
than twelve policemen bavo been
maimed or murdered in New York.
In tho week ending on Saturday,
the 25th inst., there were 781 deaths
in New York, aud 280 iu Brooklyn.
Report says that several parties in
New York are after Gen. Butler for
"acts dono during tho war."
Over a seventh part of the State of
Mississippi is advertised for sale
Now York bonded warehouses hold
3,000,000 gallons of whiskey at pre?
The radicals harp on Grant. They
don't allude much to that Jew's harp
ho played in Tennessee.
Tho Asiatic cholera has broken out
in New York, and several deaths
Died, on Mond av morniug, July tho
13th, Mr. SAMUEL VANCE, in tho seven?
ty-ninth your of Iiis ago.
lt was manifest to his friends, for
months, that his tino constitution was
rapidly giving way, yet no apprehension
of au early dissolution was felt, until a
very short time before his death, when
the alarm was given, and his devoted
children, livia},' ut a distance, hastened to
hin bedside, but (?dy iu time to seo his
precious life puen away.
Mr. Vaneo died near whore hq was horn
and reared, and had lived nearly fouv
seoro years, universally respected and
beloved" by all who came within reach ot'
his kind and ?ougcuial smile. Pew men
have ever lived u more blameless lifo, and
few will bo moro missea by friends and
neighbors, for at homo he was remarka?
bly kind, aft'iictionate and cheerful; and to
his neighbors charitable and obliging,
carrying ?nd, to thu ht tit of Iii-' ability, tho
injunction "to vi^it the fatherless and tho
widow in their af?iflUou, and to koop him?
self unspotted from tho world."
Mr. Vaneo tilled no place of public
honor or profit, but tho place Ulled by him
in tho hearts bf his family, friends and
neighbors, was of much more valuo to him
than all the empty distinctions tho world
can bestow. Indeed, few men discharge
tho vurioua duties of husband, father,
stop-father, friend, master, neighbor and
citizen in a manner so blameless and sat?
isfactory as our deceased friend.
Mr. Vaneo was tbneo married-first to
Mrs. Armstrong, next to Mrs. Lifron, and
last to Miss Clarissa 8immons, who sur
vivos him, and, with bia children and
friends, mourns tho loss of ono cf tho best
Tho subject of this notice was a gentle?
man of the old school -modest and unaf?
fected in his manners, strictly honest lu
all his dealings, candid and faithful in his
friendship, always roady to sacrifice per?
sonal comfort for tho good of others, "it
may bo truly said of him, he lived without
blemish and diod without reproach." ^
MB. GEORGE VROMAN, formorly
PORTEE at Nlckorson's Hotel, is no
longer connected with tho same.
* WM. A. WRIGHT,
Aug 4 5 Superintendent.
The (So-Called) Legislature of South
C.- roll>:n-Stntim ?nd Color.
The following is believed to be a correct
hut of the individuals at present holding
high court in Jannel's Hall, and called
tho Legislature. The Districts (or Coun?
ties) which they claim to represent have
not been specified, from the simple fact
that many of tho so-called hail from very
romote points. If wo have accidentally
mado a black man white, or tuce versa, we
hope tho unintentionally slandered indi?
vidual will inform us at once, so that the
correction can bc made. Those who are
known to bo Democrats are marked with
Boozer, Ty., Tree'
Allen, James M.
Corbin, D. T.
Coghlan, T. J.
Dickson, E. E.
Donaldson, lt. J,
Duncan, H. Vf.
Hoyt. \V. R.
Hayes, E. 8. J.
Jillson, J. K.
Leslie, C. P.
Montgomery, C. Vf.
Owens, Young J. P.
Rainey, J. H.
Rutland, J. il.
?Roid, J. H.
ROBO. W. E.
?Rodgers, T. A.
?Sims, R. M.
Whittemoro, B. F.
Cain, R. H. Swails, 8. A.
Hayno, H. E. Wright, J. J.
Maxwell, H. J. Wimbush, Lucius
Nash, W. B. ?Young, Valentine
Randolph, B. F.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Berry, B. F. McIntyre, George F.
?Bullock, Zadoc ?Mooro, John B.
?Bryant, Javan Milford, T. B.
Collins, Wm. S. Martin, James
?Clyburn, T. Frank Miller, Franklin F.
I Crows, Joseph Mixson, W. J.
Dennis, John B. Neagle, J. L.
Duaonberry, George O'Connell, P. J.
Duvall, Lewis W. Pettengill, Charl'a H.
?Doyle, O. M. Root, T.
DoMars-Francis ?Sloan, Frank
?Field, Wm. T. ?Stewart, Wm. G.
Feritcr, John H. 8toeber, E. M.
Hayes, Evans Stoibrand, Carlos J.
Hollimau, G. ?Smith, Robert M.
Hyde, John B. Tomlinson, Reuben
Jonks, Joseph II. Tinsley, Samuel
Jackson, B. F. ?Turner, Claude C.
Kuli, Charles 8. ?Waller, W. Vf.
?Keith, W. C. ?Wilson, John
?Lowie. G. A. Wooley, John
Lang, Jordan Wobb, Henry W.
?Littlejohn, Sam. Moses. F. J., Jr., Spr.
Boseman, Benj. A. Lee, Samuel J. .
Bennett, George A. Mayer, Julius
Brodie, Wm. J. Morrison, Wm. C.
Brown, 8tephen McKinlay, Wm.
Burton, Barney McKinlay, W. J.
Boston, John Mickoy, Edward
Boston, Joseph McDaniels, Harry
Bishop, W. A. Mobley, June
Cain, Lawrence Mays, James P.
Cain, Edwin J. Mead, J. W.
Cooke, Wilson Nelson, Wm.
Chestnut, John A. Nash, Jonas W.
DeLarge, Itobcrt C. Nuckles,Satnuel
Drifllo, Wm. Purvis, H. Vf.
Elliott, R. B. Perrin, Wade
Ezekiel, Philip E. Prendegrass, Jen".
Farr, Simon Ransier, Alonzo J.
Gray, Wm. H. W. Richardson, Thoa.
Gardner, John Rush, Alfred
Grant, John G. Rivers, Prince R.
Goodson, .Esop Stubbs, T. B.
Harris, David Smalls, Robert
Hayno, Charles D. Smith, Abraham
Hayno, James N. Saundors, Sancho
Humphries, Barney Slirewsberry, H. L.
Hutson, James Smythe, Powell
Henderson, James Hasportas. T. K.
Johnson, D. J. J. Simons, Wm.
Johnson, Henry Smiley, James
Johnston, Wm. E. Scott, Robert F.
Johuaou, Samuel Thompson, Benj. A.
Johnson, Grillin Thompson, Sam. B.
Jacobs, Henry Thomas, W. M.
Janies, Burrel Valentino, R. M.
Janies, Henrv Wildor, Charles M.
Jones, Wm. H. Whipper, W. J.
Jervey, Wm. White, J. H.
Lomax, Hutton J. Wright, John B.
The relatives, friends and acquaintances
of Mrs. P. B. Smith and family, and of
hor sou, DALLAS P. SMITH, aro invited
to attend the funeral services of tho latter,
at tho Baptist Church, THIS (Tuesday)
MORNING, at 9 o^clock.
Columbia Typographical Union!
A N oxtra meeting of Cohimbiar Typo
*\. graphical Union, No. 34, wilf be held.
, at Hook and Ladder Hall, THIS (Tues?
day) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By order of
the President. JAMES T. WELLS,
Aug 4 >_Secretary.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
dr^of this Lodge 'will bp held THIS
^^$f\(Tuesday ) EYENiNvx, at Masonic
Hall, at a o'clock.
Bv order ol' the Vf. M.
Aug 1 THOS. P. WALKER. Sec'y.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
,- ^ A REGULAlt
\M E E T IN G of
this Com p a n y
will he hehl THIS
, EVENING, 4th
11 ?nat., at 8 o'clock,
>at their Hall.
I ance is requested, liv order.
Aug 4 C. A. CARRINGTON, Sec.
'-* HOME" INVENTION:
WILSON'S BURGLAR GUN, a sleep?
less watchman and sure protectnm
against burglars. State, Dietnct, (or
ICountv,) and individual rights for sale.
Ou exhibition at Hopson A Sutphen a
store. J> J? MACKL1,
Aug 4_State Agent.
I in~theBistrict Court of the United
States for the Bistrict of Sonth
In Hie matter of Levin, Davids . ?fc Co..
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court,
in tho matter aforesaid, to mo direct?
ed, I wdl sell, at Columbia, on THURS?
DAY, 1.3th instant, at the storehouse, cor?
ner of Washington and Assembly streets,
tho entire contents of the said storehouse,
being tho stock in trade of tho said Bank?
rupts, consisting of DRY GOODS, BOOT8,
Shoes, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Miscella?
neous Articles, Ac.
At tho samo timo, tho unexpired term
of tho Loaso of said storehouse, being
from the day of salo to January 15, 18G9.
Terms cash. Articles purchased to bo
removed at once.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. 8. Marshal as Messenger.
C. M. WILDER, Deputy.
Aug 4 10