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LIVERPOOL, Anguat 8.-Mr. Davis
was on 'Chango yesterday, and waa
loudly oh cered.
CHARLESTON, August 8.-Sailed
steamer.Manhattan, New York.
.MONTGOMERY, August 8.--The
House passed the Senate bill, au?
thorizing the Jjegislatu re to cast the
electoral vote of the State. The
Speaker and others protested against
it as anti-republican, and opposed to
the genius and spirit of liberty.
. NEW YORK, August 8.-The oity
officials and an immense concourse of
oitizens followed Halpi no's remains to
the grave to-day. ? _
Affaira In Waanington.
WASHINGTON, August 8-Grant's
recommendation for a general jail
delivery in the Southern States,
heretofore telegraphed, was formally
presented to the' Cabinet yesterday,
but produced no action. The habeas
corpus being restored, and tho Courts
being open, relief from unjust or
illegal punishment was within easy
and speedy reach of every citizen ;
whereas the sweepingaot'on proposed
by General Grant would doubtless
throw many bad nian on these com?
A careful reading of tho second
section of the fourteenth amendment
of the Constitution, shows that the
people must vote for Presidential
eleotors, or l?se their representation
Internal revenue reoeipts to-day,
A W. Clark relieves General Kil?
patrick as Chilian Minister.
The Secretary of the Treasury
issues instructions, that persons en?
titled to interest on bonds failing to
collect the interest within ninety
days after maturity from the proper
Assistant Treasurer, will be referred
to Wushington for settlement.
The belief is current that the
Cabinet has decided to interfere in
the Southern States only in cases of
palpable insurrection. Details will
transpire on Monday.
It ia understood that while tho Go?
vernment eonsiders tho situation ns
one of delicacy, and requiring great
discretion, it will.use it? powers un?
der tho Constitution and the laws to
repress disorders with promptness
KINANCUL AM) COMMF.KCIA1..
NEW YORK, August 8-Noon.
Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheat l@2c.
lower. Corn unchanged. Mess pork
dull, at 29. Lard dull, at 18%?
18%. Cotton dull-uplands 29. Vir?
ginia's sixes 52,'.j; Tennessee ex-cou?
pons 63; new 62; North Carolina
sixes, old 72; new 71.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm and [more
active; sales 1,500 bales, at 29-some
sales reported at 29>o. Flour dull
State ;and superfine to fancy 7.60@
10.40. Mess pork 28}?. Gold closed
dull, at 47)?.
BALTIMORE, August 8.-Cotton
quiet, at 29. Flour activo, at full
prioes. Wheat firm-red firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn dull-white 1.80(^1.82. Oats
steady, at 85@90.
CHARLESTON, August 8.-Cotton
dull; no Bales on Bpot-117 bales
middlings in transitu, at 28.
AUGUSTA, August 8.-Nothing
doing in cotton; sales 30 bales-mid?
MOBILE, August 8.-Nothing do?
ing in cotton; prices nominal-low
middlings 2G !:.' ; no sales.
SAVANNAH, " August 8.-Cotton
firmer; some inquiry but no sales;
holders asking 28 for middlings.
NEW ORLEANS, August 8.-Cotton
duli and nominal-middling 27^;
sales 90. Gold 47^. Flour steady
superfine 8.50. Corn 90@95. Pork
firm, at 81. Bacon steady-should?
ers 13Ji; clear 17^.
LONDON, August 8-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93%. Bonds 71^.
LIVERPOOL, August 8-S P. M.
Cotton buoyant and slightly ad?
vanced-uplands 9%; Orleans 10.
Total shipments from Bombuy to the
4th, 36,000 bales.
ECUMENICAL COUNCILS.-The Ecu?
menical Council, summoned by the
Pope to meet at Borne, hus directed
attention to the nature of these
assemblages, of which only twenty
has ever been held. They uro never
summoned, except in cases of great
onxorgonoy, when important ques?
tions require settlement. They aro
such serious affairs, that no Popo
sinco the Council of Trent, in the
fifteenth century, has been fond of
meddling with them; for, when ouco
summoned, they are beyond his
control, and their decrees or authori?
ty are superior to his own. Though
he convokes them, they aro not
necessarily held in Rome, nor is he
necessarily present. A Legato or
jNuncio is generally substituted for
ulm, and, whatever dooision is ar?
rived at, is binding upon him und
the party he represents. Tho Court
of Rome, however, has usually con?
trived ?to have the direction of them.
Whether Pins IX has the ability to
manage such a body remains to be
seen. -Boston Jo u mal.
Speaking of the failure of the olive
crop in Italy, a Western paper re?
marks that tho news is of little inter?
est on this side of 'ho Atlantic, as
most o? the olive oi! used in this
country comes from Western hogs.
begin"to think oar custom as to war
is a mistake. Why draw from our
young men, in the bloom and hey?
day of their youth, the soldiers who
ara to fight > our battles? Had I my
way, no mau should go to war nuder
fifty years of age, such men having
already had . their natural sharo of
worldly pleasures and life's enjoy?
ments. And X do not see how they
oould make a more creditable or more
houorable exit from the world's stage
than by becoming food for powder,
and gloriously dying in defence of
their homes and their country. Then
I would add a premium iu favor of
recruits of three-score years and up?
ward; as, virtually, with one foot in
the grave, they would not be likely
to run away."
The telegraphic cable to be laid in
June, 1869, between Brest and New
York, it is asserted, will present
decided advantages over the present
Atlantic line. The communication
tween the continents of Europe and
America will then be direct, while by
the only route now in existence, not
less than four submarine cables have
to be employed, and the eleotric fluid
has to perform four laud journeys
also, before a message oau bo sent
from the continent of Europe to
New York. There intervene-first,
the North Sea or the English Chan?
nel; second, the Irish Sea; third, the j
Atlantic; fourth, the sea between New-1
foundland and the American conti?
nent; while the wires have also to be
carried across England, Ireland,
Newfoundland, and lastly from the
cimst of British America Southward
to New York. . j
A justice of the peace, who has
but recently assumed the dignity of
that important office, in one of the
mushroom towns on the Union Pa?
cific railroad, was called on, among
his first duties, to pass upon the
guilt or innocence of a man arrested
for murder. The following colloquy
constituted tho examination:
Justice-"Dam you, sir! did you
kill that man?"
Justice-"Was any one else pre?
sent at the time?"
Justice-"Then, ns it will be im?
possible for the court to prove your
guilt, you are discharged."
It is understood that Orville
Grant, who is known as the respecta?
ble Grant, will not vote for his
brother, on the ground that he is not
fit to be voted for, holds no inter?
course with his brother, and in fact
entertains the same opinion of his
brother now that he did in 1859,
when, according to the voice ef fame
in Galena, he sent to his brother
to leave his father-in-law's farm in
Missouri, and come to Galena, inas?
much as ho had to support him
somowhero, and preferred to do it in
Galena, where he could got srme
work out of him, rather than iu
Missouri, where ho couldn't.
The negroes of Mobile, Alabama,
took possession of tho street cars a
few days ago. The whole police
force had to be turned out to ejeot
them, and the various lines of rail?
way in the streets guarded. Great
excitement prevailed in the city,
and at one time it was thought that
a serious riot would ensuo. It is
said that the disturbance was caused
by a despatch, received from two of
the Mobile negro Representatives in
the Alabama "Legislature," to the
effect that the common carrier bill
had been defeated, and advising the
negroes to take tho law in their own
One of the vexed questions is, when
does a boy ceoso to be a boy, and be?
come a man? When does he leave
the state of betweenity, and arrogate
to himself the rights of the mau and
citizen? Tho question has recently
been decided by a youth who, when
called a boy, changed sides with the
qnid in his mouth, and indignantly
said: "Don't call me a boy; I've
chewed tobacco these five years."
There has just been made another
important change in i-'uropeau geo?
graphy. Austria henceforth disap?
pears from the list of sovereign
States, and its placo is taken by the
' Iictrr.-T-Tn.irr..^;,,n TIT?"n,.?l,- ?>
.U9VIU UUUgi.- .uuuiu CU T .
There is no risk in predicting that
we shall not have to wait long for ad?
ditional changes, both as regards
Austria and other States.
[Kew York Tribune.
DEATH OE THE LARGEST MAN IX
KENTUCKY.-William G. Willis died
at his residence in Bnllittsville, Boone
County, Kentucky, a few days ago, of
apoplexy, in tho forty-eighth year of
his age. He was probably the largest
man in Kentucky, weighing 500
pounds. His average weight for a
numbor of years has uot been less
than 490 pounds, and sometimes it
reached 525 pounds.
A litle girl named Kinsella, aged
eight years, drowned herself in the
canal at Indianapolis, Ind., yester?
day, because her mother would not
allow her to wear her new dress.
Severe old party to lanky swell:
"Going to a bul masque, eh! Well,
chalk your head and go as a billiard
Punch gives aa a maxim, "Never
do anything of which you would be
ashamed-when any one is looking."
At Wabash, Indiana, a few days
ago, a man named Tumblein seized
bis wife around the waist with his ?
left arm, and with one stroke of a
large knife almost severed her head
from her body. He then laid down
on the floor, with her still in his
arms, and out his own throat from
ear to ear.
DoiiEFCii Music.-Grant songs,
(.intuit, pant, haunt, taunt, rant,
can't, munt, elephant, comprise the
radical rhymes as stock in trade.
Colfax is not much better; high tax
and hard tack is about the best the
poets can do with the South Bend
General Grant's keeper, (Wash
burne,) in urging the recent adjourn?
ment of Congress, said: "He desired
an adjournment at the earliest possi?
ble moment; for if they went on at
the rate they were going, the Govern?
ment would have neither money nor
Colfax, in his usual smirking style,
told some of his admirers lately that
he had engaged Gen. Grant to make
his speeches during the campaign.
This was probably intended for wit,
but Grant is not too dull to see thai
it was a silly sarcasm.
Monday last, one of the largest anc
most enthusiastic meetings of the citi
zens of Kershaw District, witnesse<
for many years, assembled in tin
court house for the ratification of th
nominations and platform of the De
The bay gelding, Billy Boyce
made what is said to be the bes
pacing time on record, at the Buffal
Driving Park, on Saturday, being
mile in 2:14*-4, three seconds quicke
than the time made by Pocahontn
many years ago.
A good woman bottled up a lot c
nice preserves and labeled then
"Put Up by Mrs. C." Her bo
Johnny discovered them, soon ate tl
contents of oue bottle, and wrote o
the bottom of the label: "Put dow
by Johnny C."
A drunken Englishman said I
Judge Ledwith, of Now York, c
Wednesday: "Your honor, I'm
nobleman in disguise." "So I pe
ceive," replied the Judge, "you':
disguised in liquor, and as drunk
A colored wedding, at William
burg, was disturbed, the other da
by tlie entrance of a detective, wi
hurried the blushing bride off
jail, ou a charge of larceny, befo
the ceremony was concluded,
Joseph Clemens, of'Malta, Obi
drove his horse into the barn of Wi
Smith, to escape a coming show?
and never came out again. The ba
was struck by lighting, and with
its tenants and contente consumed.
During the thirteen years that C
John D. Whitford was President
the Atlantic and North Caroli
Railroad, not a single collision occi
red, nor was a single life lost ou t
"A reward of $100,000 will be pi
on the body of a first-class marl
for campaign consumption." I
dress : ' 'The Republican Congressh
al Committee, Washington, D. C.
At Sandusky, Ohio, a few di
since, a sexton fell dead in the gr
be was digging. Ho was prepar
it for auother-Providence mad?
Tho Loyal League of Mobile,
receiving notice from their lundi
to quit their room, set the build
on fire as they took themselves ol
Another robbers' cave has b
found in Illinois, where the "t
dits" carried their victims, rob
them and swore them to secrecy.
Mosquitoes are just now in tl
glory. They aro as fat os reed bi
and as saucy as newly-elected po
Tho two opposing candidates,
publican and Democratic, in the
Congressional District of Ohio,
partners in the law business.
It is reported that Butler want
join the Democracy to steal the si
lining of the cloud in tho poli
The accession of the Republi
to power brought on the war. ?
aim in retiring from power is to b
on more war.
A wag suggests that a suit
litanical response for many city cl
would be, "O, Lord! have mere;
us, miserable singers."
Prentice says the negro witt
ballot is like a monkey with a i
-in shaving himself, he'll eui
The negroes about Madison,
having grown tired of waitiuj
"forty acres and a mule," are f
ing Democratic Clubs.
Brick Pomeroy bas made eu
out of his paper to erect a large
iu La Crosse, and he is so in ve
it. The coBt will be $150,000.
It is said that a handful o
thrown into the mouth of a
dog, will relieve him. It is a si
remedy, and worth a trial.
They have a girls' lodging 1
in New York, where supper ct
obtained for five cents, and lod
Napoleon's cuirassiers are to
new breast-plates that will del
Fish in Rock River, Wiacc
have been suu-st ruck by millior
George. Washington shot anil lulled
Franklin Pierce, last Thursday;, in
Columbus, Georgia. Franklin Pierce
waft stealing George's corn. Pretty
business for the father of his country
to be in.
In a recent thunder storm in Eng?
end, a soldier was struck by lightning
d made blind, and a woman who
nad been stone blind for eight years
was as suddenly restored to sight.
Theodore's Prime Minister asserts
that his master was killed by British
soldiers; and, moreover, that he left
a legitimate sou older thau the sprig
cr Tied off by Napier.
A Prussian chemist has invented a
new method of warfare on the battle?
field; it is a powder that makes a
whole regiment sneezo for half an
The radicals hanged Wirz, the
janitor of Anderson vii Ie, and nomi
j nated Joe Brown, of Georgia, the
landlord of the place, for the United
The iron safe in the office of the
Sheriff of Edgefield was opened re?
cently, and several thousand dollars
Mr. William H. Crisp, of dramatic
fame, has become editor of the San
White, who is a candidate for tho
Legislature from Kershaw, has been
placed in safe keeping by Sheriff Sill.
A lady in Charleston was so badly
bitten by a ferocious dog, last week,
that her life is despaired of.
The man who waxes strong every
j Funeral Invitation.
I Thc friends and acquaintances of Mr.
and Mrs. H. KAUFMAN arc invited to
attend the Funeral of the former, at tho
Israelite Burial Ground, THIS MORN?
ING, at 9 o'clock.
Bichland Hodge No. 39, ?.F. M.
THE members of this Lodge aro
'hereby summoned to meet at tho
r .Masonic Hall, THJ8 (Sunday)
MORNING, at half-past S o'clock, for the
purpose of paying thc h>st tributo of re?
spect to our late Worthy Brother, HEN?
RY KAUFMAN. Brethren, of sister
Lodges and transient Brethren iu good
standing aro invited to attend.
Bv order of the W. M.
RICHARD TOZER, Secretary.
WILL again be exhibited THIS AF?
TERNOON, at my Garden.
August 9 1 I. GRIESSHABER.
Corn! Corr.! Corn!
"\TTHOLESALE and retail, at
W SWYGERT A SENN'S.
Fresh Supplies of Family Groceries,
CONSTANTLY receiving, at
SWYGERT A SENN'S.
ABSENCE OF HENRY SUMMER,
HENRY SUMMER, Register in the
Court of Bankruptcy for the District
of South Carolina, has, "by order of tho
Court for said District, been allowed leave
to bo absent from the State until tho 25th
day of September, 1SG8.
United States Internal Revenue.
OWING to tho consolidation of the First,
Second and Third Divisions of the
Third Collection District of South
Carolina, the duties of said Divisions fall
upon tho Senior Assistant Assessor. Con?
sequently, from this dato, all assessments
will bo made, and returns of manufactur?
ers, merchants, distillers, Ac, in Richland
and Lexington Counties, will be received,
by the undersigned.
0. II. BALDWIN, Assistant Assessor,
First Division, Third District, S. C.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 8, 18U3.
State South Carolina--Richland Co
By William Hutson Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate for Richland County.
WHEREAS, WILLIAM STEIGLITZ
hath applied to mo for letters ot
administration on the personal estate of
FREDERICK G. ZESTERFLETH, late of
tho uforesaid County, deceased,
These are, therefore, to cito and admo?
nish all and siugular tho kindred and cre?
ditors of the said deceased, to be and
appear before me, at our next Court| of
Probate for tho said District, to bo holden at
Columbia, on Friday, tho twenty-first day
of August instant, at ten o'clock A. M., to
show cause, if any, why tho said adminis?
tration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand, and Seal of thc
Court, this seventh day of August, in thc
vear of our Lord ono thousand oigbt
hundred and sixty-eight, and in the
ninety-third, year of American Inde?
WILLIAM HUTSON WIGG,
Judge of Probate, Richland County,
i - August 9_m* 2
SCHOOL recommences on thc
5th of October next. Tho
courso of studies will embrace
all constituting a comploto
English education. Also, tho
Latin, Frcnch and German languages,
Music on Piano and Vocal Music, Drawing
and Painting. A fow Boarders will bo
received. All on reasonable terms.
August 9 _
A f\ BAGS OF FLOUR, every sack gua
4fc\J rantoed. For sale by
August H FISHER A LOWRANCE.
RECEIVED to-day of first quality.
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
RICE! RICE ! !
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
RIOE. For sale low for cash.
August 8 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
MR. GEORGE VROMAN, formerly
PORTER at Niokersqn's Hotel, is uo
I longer connected with the aime.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
Aug 4 5 Superintendent.
Charlotte & South Carolina E. E. Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., AuguBt 8.1868.
/"\Nand after WEDNESDAY, tho 12th
\J instant, the Trama over thia Hoad I
will run as follows, viz:
Le ave Columbi a at. 4.15 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 p. m.
LeavA Charlotte at.11.83 p. m. I
Arrive at Colombia at.6.00 a, ia.
?S~ Cloua connections, both ?ayn, with
Trains of Oreenvillo and Columbia and
Bootu Carolina Roads.
tor Passengers for tho North, taking
thia routo. have tho choice of FOUR DIF?
FERENT ROUTES, viz: From Greens?
boro, either via Danville or Raleigh.
From Weldon, either via Poterahurg or
Portsmouth: aud from Portsmouth,
f'Mior via Old Bay Line and Baltimoro or
AunamoBsio Line and Wilmington, Dela?
tor TIME A8 QUICK and FARE A8 |
LOW ae bv any other route.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond.
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
New York, apply at Ticket Office, foot islan?
Au Accommodation Train will be run
Leave Columbia on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays at 7 A. M., arriving at
Charlotte at 6.35 P. M.
Returning-leave Charlotte on Tuesdays,
Thuradaya and Saturdays at 6 A. M., ar
riving at Columbia at 5.05 P. M
Pasaengera taking the 6 A. M. Train
from Charlotte can connect with Night
Train of South Carolina Road for Charles?
ton. Passengers from Charleston can-by
leaving the South Carolina Train at June
tion-connect with tho 7 A. M. Train from
Columbia. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
August 8 Superintendent.
FREE OMNIBUS FABE.
*?v^??r^0line of OMNI-,
?jp&yflfcTig BUSES AND]
are the only authorized conveyances to
carry passengers from the liailroad Depots
to NIOKEBSON'S HOTEL and the CENTRAL 1
HOUSE, free of charge. Passengera wiU
please take this line, a? by taking Joyner'a,
or any other conveyance, they icill have to
pay their oicn fare.
\VILLIAM A. WRIGHT,
Superintendent Nickerson'a Hotel.
D. B. CLAYTON,
Proprietor of Central House.
Broad River Bridge Company.
AN adjourned meeting of thc Broad 1
River Bridge Company will bo hold
at Messrs. Beardon A Copeland's, at ll
o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, the 10th inBt.
Stockholders are earnestly requested to
attend. Wo would also bo pleased to Bee
present all others who feel an interest in
tho reconstruction of our Bridge.
R. O'NEALE, Jn., Sec'y pro tem.
Enameled Preserving Kettles,
ENAMELED and PLAIN SAUCE PANS, ,
FURNACES, ?fcc., Ac, just received!
and for sale, low, bv
July 21 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
FINE Sugar-cured Breakfast STRIPS.
Fresh LEMONS and NEW FLOUR.
G. DIERCKS, at Secgcrs' old stand.
Seeds, Landreth's Seeds.
WINTER DUTCH TURNIP SEED,
Ruta Baga Turnip Seed,
Largo Globe Turnip Seed,
Large Norfolk Turnip Seed,
Purple Top Turnip Seed.
For salo bv FISHER ?t HEINITSH.
Julv 22 ' t
5BBLS. Hocker's Self-Raising FLOUR.
For yale by
July 30 * GEORGE SYMMER8.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
cation will bo made, in three months
from this date, at tho Stato Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of State Stock,
No. 62, dated November 27, 1867, to R. B.
Mills, or assigns-the original of which
lias been lost or destroyed,
R. B. MILLS.
AUOUST 4, 18G3. _Aug 7 fm2G
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
^PAINTING and Decorating, Paper
^Hanging, ?fcc, executed with
. neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING and general House Re?
pairing. Office on Boundary street, ono
squaro East of Main._._Ju..' 26
BY arrangement with Mr. R. C. Shiver,
we have obtained the Agency of tho
SUPERIOR WASHING SOAP sold by him
for somo months past. A full supply ia
now on hand and irdl be furnished to his
and our customers at 25 cents jper bar.
Thia is decidedly thebest Soap in Columbia,
July 23 J. A T. K. AGNEW.
And Milk Biscuit.-., at G. DIERCKS'.
Central Ice House,
NEXT door to Central Hotel, Flain
street, Columbia. Parties taking
specified amount of icc daily, can have it
delivered at their doors. * City money
taken for one-half of ice sold. In cases of
sickness, ice can bo had at any hour of tho
night. Ordo? from country solicited.
July 19 Imo _I). B. CLAYTON.
Summer Tonics and Invigorants.
Chesnut Grove Whiskey.
For salo bv FISHER tc H?INITSH,
July 22 f Druggists.
Ale and Porter.
3CASKS Bass ?fc Co.V PALE ALE,
3 casks Younger's Sparkling Echnburg
2 casks Brown Stout London Porter.
For sale by GEORGE STUMERS.
July 30_ :'
Air-Tight Fruit Jars.-Steam Con?
ANEW, couveniint, perfect, cheap pro- j
serving JAR, *hich secures all tho
advantages of more costly Tina and Jars,
and easy in method. A few dozen for Balo
by FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 14 t ?*_ Druggist*.
The life or ?Il flesh la blood. The I
health of all lifo ia puro flesh. Pure blood
keopa ont ali dlaeaaea. The Queen's De-1
light puriflea tho blood.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of South
In Uw matter of Levin. Davids <fc Co.,
D. C. PEIXOTTO <k SON, AUCTIONEERS.
"PUUSUANT to ?io order of tbo Court,
JL in tho matter aforesaid, to me direct?
ed, ? will eoil, at Columbia, on FRIDAY,
tho 14th instant, at tho store-house, cor
??r ?rtWa8nington and Assembly streets,
?UJ enturo contents o? the said storehouse,
being tho stock in trade of the said Bank?
rupts, consisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS,
Shoes, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Miscella?
neous Articles, Ac.
At tho samo, time, the unexpired term
of the Lease of said storehouse, being
from the day of Bale to January 15,1869.
Terms cash. Articles purchased to be
removed at once.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. 8. Marshal as Messenger.
C. M. WILDER, Deputy.
AUj* , jp
~ DB. THOMAS T. MOORE?
WOULD Inform his FRIENDS and
PATIENTS that he will bo absent
from the city, on business, for a week or
two. On his return ho will, as heretofore,
execute, in tho moBt approved manner, ali
operations appertaining to DENTISTRY;
and will, as hundreds can testify, extract
teeth without pain, by use of Nitrous Oxide
or Laughing Gas._July 25
Notice to Crediton.
ALL croditore of J. FOSTER MAR?
SHALL, deceased, and Of JESSE
DBBRUHL, deceased, are hereby required
to present and provo their demands before
me, on or before the 1st day of NOVEM?
BER next, or be barred.
WM. H. PARKER, O. E. A. D.
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, July 29, 1868.
GEEGG, PALMER & CO..
BROKERS AND COMMISSION AGENTS,
JgUY and sell GOLD,
Advances made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on commission. March 10
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, icc, at or
nearly COST, for want of
New styles of Boys' Straw
HATS just received.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
C. M. Furman,Trustee, vs. thc Greenville
and Columbia Railroad Company.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of
June 19, 1868, the Creditors of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Com?
pany, whose Bonds against the Baid Com?
pany aro secured by any Hen in the nature
of a mortgage, whether first mortgage or
otherwiso, whether said mortgage has
been executed by the Company or is in the
nature of a statutory lien, are hereby re?
quired to prove their demands before me,
"designating the security claimed aB that
claimed to bo for the security of the bonds
so proved." on or before tho 1st day of
D. B. DESAUSSURE, 0. E. R. D.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CAPITAL, - - - ?100,000.
L. D.CuiLns.Pres't. Maj. JNO. PRESTON, jr.
Dr. J. W. PARKER. EUWAHD HOPE.
GEOIIGE W. SWEPSOS. of North Carolina.
W. B. GCLICK, C. J. IREDELL,
THE C?ROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
CF COLUMBIA, will dealin Exchange.
Gold and Silver Coin, and do a general
Banking Business. Tho accounts of mer?
chants and others in Columbia, and in the
towns and country connected with it by
business, aro respectfully solicited.
Collections attended to oarofully and re
mitted for promptly. Loans mado on gold
coin and other collateral security.
The Board of Directors meet, for the
transaction of business, EVERY MON?
DAY, at 10 o'clock a. m.
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 6, 1368.
Jost Received at the Ladies' Depo?
PATENT DUPLEX FRENCH LF.PA
NIEIt SPIRAL SKIRT SUPPORTERS.
C0RSET8 and Kid Covered Corset
Fronts, with three and four hooks.
As the season advances the Ladies'
wonld be glad to receivo orders for the
making of PRESERVES and PICKLES.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
OA BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for salo
?\J low by E. & G. D. HOPE.