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J^Ajus? Juno ?2.-The E?peror ?ad
Empress; in an open carriage, with only
the HM Attendance, drove through the
Mount Mai tro district, noon and even?
ing? yesterday. Theetowds cheered en?
thusiastically. ' 1 '
PAS?, June 12.-Tho tumults in the
streets continue. The cavalry paraded
all night, but met willi no resistance; ar?
resta continue to be' mudo. . Strong' de?
tachments of military are posted in tbe
streets to prevent an outbreak.
CJOHDOVA, SPAIN, Jane 12.--At the Re
Enbliese meeting 50,000 were present,
deputies from every. Southern province
participated, and protested against a
monarchy, w.th revolutionary speeches.
The Spanish and American flags were
entwined, which elicited great shouts for
America and Grant. While the meeting
was in session, tho military and civil
guards interfered, which created a panic.
Women and children were trampled
down and several lives lost. The crowd
then barricaded the streets. A serious
affray is anticipated.
LONDON, Juno 12.-The House of
Gommons bas postponed the debate on
the Alabama claims to the 10th of July.
The House of Lords debated the dises?
tablishment, bill, but no action was
The London Times has ai editorial on
the state of affaire in Paris, and says of
the crowd wbioh demolished tbe Ki?
osques, und sung the Marseilles, at mid?
night: It is not their political power,
whioh is to be feared, but we must re?
member that it is a long time since a
crowd bas disturbed tho peace of Paris
a phenomenon worthy of attention, com?
ing os it does after an election, which
gave nearly one-half of the votes of tho
country to the opposition.
,Tbe, Daily Nevos nus an artic!? on the
subject,-saying that Europe must look to
an independent and increasing minority
in tbe Corps L?gislatif for a cessation of
armed peace in France, which will be
hardly less dit'.citrous to tbe interests of
civilization than a prolonged war.
WASHINGTON, June 12.-Tho Cubans
have despatches reporting that two ex?
peditions, of over o' '0 mun, with arms,
ammunition and provisions were safely
landed, and have joined the patriots.
The men aro tried soldiers of the late
war. Desertions from the Spaniards to
the Cubans are causing frequent, colli?
sions between the troops and volunteers,
whose animosities aro irreconcilable.
The Cubans have orgauized their forces
into two army corps. Gen. Thoa. Jor?
dan commands one. A battle between
Jordan's uud Lusca's forces are daily ex?
pected. Jordan bas over $2,000 Ameri?
cans in bis corps.
The unlit.irv have been instructed to
treat all Kansas Indians found outside
tbe reservation as outlaws uud vagrants.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $o47,
Senator Boss wants troops to quell the
The latest advices plaoe Minister Mc?
Mahon safe with Lopez, about fifty
miles from Asuncion.
The Treasury issued no fractional cur?
rency during tbe week.
The National Divinion Sons of Tem?
perance took uo action regarding tho ad?
mission of negroes to subordinate divi?
sions. The questions were referred to
State and Territorial Grund Divisions.
Delano bas decided adversely to the
exemption from taxation claimed by
ALBANY, June 12-The National Ty
pogruglncal Convention ado- ted resolu?
tions deprecating religious i .nd political
tests to employment, and censuring
Clapp for employing Douglas, (who is
a negro und a rut)-vote 47 to 37.
The Convention, after a prolonged .se?
cret session, adjourned sine die.
LOUISVILLB, June 12.-Burial was re?
fused by Catholics to a Fenian officer,
because the Fenians persisted in wearing
their regalia in the church.
AUGUSTA, June 12.- -Alexander H.
Stevens bun recovered from bis recent
illness, caused by an accident.
CHARLESTON, June 12.-Suiled
steamer Manhattan, New York; schooner
" 8. B. Strong, Wilmington, Delaware.
General Slocum, in bis lecture of
"Military Lessons of the War," tells the
following story in reference to the battle
4of Bull Hun:
"The influence of oor officers over
their men, and the ?tute of our discipline,
is best illustrated by un iucident, which
occurred on the field iu the beat of the
JJ ' battle.; Au officer, who has since become
. very prominent und well-known tbrongb
. . out tho country, was then iu command
of a brigade on the right of our Hue.
While riding over tho Held, be discover?
ed a soldier concealed in a hole in the
ground, which wua of just sufficient di?
mensions, to afford him abeller. Tbe
General rode up to him, inquired as to
ilia regiment, uud.ordered bim to join it
at once. Thu mau, looking bim full in
the face, placed hie thumb upon his nose
and replied, "No you don't, old fellow;
. you want this bole yourself."
"Doubt truth to be a liar?" exclaims
Shakespeare io one of his impassioned
little Bongs. "So I do!" responds an in?
dividual who publishes, in one of the
city papers, decidedly "personal" adver?
tisement addressed to "Truth," und
couched in this attractive style: ' Youl
communications are received. You ar?
a liar. Should like a personal interview
to-day." What au agreeable "interview"
it must have been to which "Truth" was
thus gratuitously invited!
INeio york World.
At a ypnng ladies' seminary, recently,
during an examination in history, ono of
the most promising pupils was interro?
gated: "Mary, did Martin Luther dio a
natural death?" "No." was tbe reply,
"he was excommunicated by a bulL"
-~?1HAHUIJIL, MU nmMJ8UU7f**w -~
NEW YOKK. 'Josue 12-Noon - Mtiiey
and droopipr;. "WHeal ffuHandJlo.
lover. CtoW.lt?i?eXbctlor. i*rdfitfuin-?
stuam 19-^@19>?. Cotton quiet [ana
firmer, at 811^.' Freights quiet. 1
7 P. M.-Cotton tinner, with saleit bf
3,500 bales, ?t 31^. Flour dull and
beary. Corn ?curoo. Whiskey firm. ?
Pork tir mer. nt 32.02. Lord firmer
kettle 19^(3t20. Naval stores steady.
Groceries quiet. Freights quiet and un?
changed. Money easier daring bank
hours and supply liberal, at 7; subse?
quently abundaut at 6. The bank state?
ment shows sharp contraction, wi ii eh is
undoubtedly added to the stringency of
the week. Sterling 9S@?%. Gold
13 AXTIMOIJK, June 12.-Cotton very
firm at 31,'.<. Flour fairly activo. Wheat
firmer, but not quotahly higher. Corn
firmer-white 98; yellow 92. Pork 32 50.
Bacon active and advaucing-shoulders
15. Lard firm at 19J?. Whiskey un?
CINCINNATI, June 12.-Whiskey 92@
93. Mess pork held nt 32.50. Bacon
firm and scarce-shoulders 13; sides 18.
Lard held at 19.
NEW ORLEANS, Jnue 12.-Cottou buoy?
ant-middling 29>?($30; sales 850 bales;
receipts 866. Gold 38>?. Flour-double
6.30; treble 6.50. Com firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork
?13.75. Bacon advanced to 14%; olear
rib 18J?; clear 18%. Lard 19>?; keg 20
@21. Sugar dull-common 9>?(ajl0;
prime 13)^. Molasses-fermenting 45@
55. Whiskey 57>^@92K. Coffee-fair
l*%(g)15>?; Primo 16^@16^.
MOBILE, June 12.-Cottou active and
excited, but closed irregular, with Bales
of 250 bales-low middling 2??28>?;
SAVANNAH, June 12.-Cotton quiet hut
firm-middling 29@29%; sales 250 bales;
CHARLESTON, Jnne 12.-Cotton quiet
but steady, with sales of 250 bales-mid
tilings 30; receipts 422.
LONDON, Jnne 12-Noon.-Consols
92)?. Bonds 79%.
THE TWO SPRAODES.-Tho Rhode
Island Spraguo, who promises to bring
about "tho good time coming" by mak?
ing money plentiful for everybody ; and
the Chicago Spraguo, who has been
mulcted in $100,000 on a breach of pro?
mise. The Bhode Island Spraguo is a
millionaire who goes for the diffusion of
money with knowledge; the Chicago
Sprague ia a millionaire who preferred
his money to matrimony, and who prays
after this fashion : "o, Lord boo art in
heaven bless our 2 harts and soles." It
is possible that the Bhode Island Sprague
has never heard of the Chicago Sprague,
bot one of his letters would be some?
thing to have in tho list of the Washing?
Sprague, of Chicago, is a sort of criti?
cal visitation sent to us to show us in
how many and what miraculous ways
certain English words may be spelled.
He would pass for a pretty good jokist
of the orthographical school, and some
of his efforts are without parallel. He
spells the word wild thus "+ld." This
sublime reliance on the sound of the first
letter would have broken tipo heart of
in Washington is free of the odious qual?
ifications that prevail in ce 'tain of the
Northern States, but bas ot e not down
in the law. Tbe.privilegeof v< iting is qual?
ified by the high probabilit? that a man
will have bis throat cut if ba opposes the
majority. This cousolidatAs the vote,
and makes a unanimity of sentiment very
advantageous in politics. fi
The friends and acquaintan&s of Mr. and
Mrs. W. It. Hontt, Mrs. E. J?Iuott, and or
l?r. Jas. II. Wella and family. Ire respectfully
invited to attend the funeral lr Mr. WM. lt.
H UNIT, at the Baptist Church THI8 MOUS?
ING, at hatf-pa*t 10 o'clock.
PICKLED Ox Tongues
Breakfast Strips. For HB|
Junn-13: , ? E.
IO. D. HOPE.
JEN. In a very
_ ty, suitable for a
sized family. Inquir? at tin.
tOOMH and a
eshrab part of
iall or moderate
Colombia Debating Society.
THE member? of the Columbia Debating
Society are requested tovneet at the ludo
I pendant Fire Eugine ConJpauy's .Hull TO
I MOKUOW ..EVENING, at half-past 8 o'clock.
By order of the President.
June 13 1? W. W. WILLIAMS. Feo'y.
ANY i'urson who may hiv e received,through
tho mistake of tho poi it office, copie* of
tn? Soitt^?rmiMlipator W &ecu?*Vagnzine<
directed to L. P.-Miller! will confer a favor on
th? Boto?rlb?T by lsavi?5? Vb om at the store of
^^??J*HmeJa. f . L. Pi MILLER.
v L. II._L.
I? THR. ?ligliH will leave Co?
on Wedne1. ?av next for Newborrv
County. ParaoDS ojD 'U(lie route of the main
road can eave- thejr wheat threshed in tho
best and qutckost maiiner bjr-\
VOZ?.K A Mo/ *.L.I8TEn,
June 13 3 _Columbi. N. C.
SOME dealers in the > city havo boen in doubt
(bat I conld hohl . mt, supplying them with
Meer I hi* sa in mer. I now inform the public
that I have a largo sn ppiy of old Lager Heir
on hand, which i put i mshialanv Beer drought
fi om the North, or ew*n imported from Oer
iii mn . at? to purity au d btrungth. I am nady
io t.-Mt it by thu Herr Ht'alu.
Ju..?. M ' JOH? fl. SKEOEU?.
United States Internal Revenue,
COLLECTORS OffPICR. 3n D1HT..H. C.,
COILUMMA, May 29, 186y.
NOTICE is horeb> given to ?ll persons who
may be interest rd in ono box of Tobacco,
ai u k! ? Woodruff A; Park.-r, Mobile, Ala.,
which was seized at this place on 28th instant,
for violation of the I nternal Revenue Laws, to
make claim before ir e in thirty days from tho
publication of this n otico.
H. M. WALLACE,
May 90 m3 Dep. Col. 8d Dist., 8. C.
A COLOSSAL AGGREGATION
&3 NATURE'S WONTJ3BRS.
JC?4 Ool- O- T- -A.xa3.os'
L37|New Orleans Circus & Menagerie.
dBrV"'| Thc only organization of tho kind extant, projected and cquippoil
r\| S . with Southern capital, managed and directed by Southern mon, and
Jjrjg^i it* perambulations confined to Southern States, and by far tho moat
.- Tmffi elegant, attractive aud satisfactory exhibition now traveling.
?^^Si COL. C. T. AMES..Proprietor.
?^?V^ DOC. CHAMBERS. ..1.Business Manager.
rSff \- CATT. J. L, BREESE. .Treasurer.
(^.Orjf! The entiro combination will exhibit at
?$ |l Columbia, Monday, June 28, at 2 and 7 P. M.
ijMkr \ Introducing a serien of entertainments pre-eminont 1 y beautiful, novel
v| V 'J and interesting, effected by
^Wy. j A SCORE OF BEAUTIFUL LADIES.
?^^kr Tho moat fascinating, accomplished and elegant in tho Arenic Pro
^SffS j fesfiiou.
TV A LEGION OF MALE ARTISTS.
YL^P Thoy havo few equals and no superiors in phases of daring and agility.
JiW I A DUO OF* UON TAMERS.
I . J M jiu and female, thc personification of miraculous and incoroprchen
d\ y!< ! sihle courage and fortitude.
ly) A MOST EXTENSIVE MENAGERIE.
^^wO1 Of raro Wild Beasts of nearly every known apecicB, and of every gco
?<jR<s ' graphical range from tho Frigid to tho Torrid Zones.
J^?^ j A HERD OF TRAINED HORSES.
Schooled almost to tho point of rationality. Miracles of equine ac
f \ complitmmouta.
Clowns, Musicians and Comedians,
Brimful of rich humor, ravishing harmony and acceptable facctia,
fl together with all tho necessary adjuncts to render it the larpent, must
complete and rationally interesting amusement combination before
I ! the public.
A THE GRAND STREET PROCESSION
i Will eclipse in gorgeous dbplay, ?tent and novel features, among
jj <vhich will bo the TURNING LOOSE LIONS, BENGAL TIGERS aud
? LEOPARDS, anything of tho kind ever before witnessed.
|l For deroription see Company publications. June 13 C
First of the Season.
Rf\ BAGS NEW FLOUR, from thu Excol
.)\J sior Milln. August?, warranted fir.it
qnality. For HRIO by E. A G. D. HOPE^
Good ! BetterTi Best'.TT
RE AD KR, if you want the best HAM in
market, try ono of Thomas <? Co.'s Ken?
tucky Hams, sold only bv
j May 31_' J. jfc T. R. AGNEW.
Pipes ! Pipes ! !
.)C\ T)OZ- Assorted Brier Koot, with Metal
20 Doz. do., with Maerschaum Lining,
1 Groan Cane Pipen. JOHN O. KEEPERS.
Charlotte und South ( molina R. II. ( o.
BMBP A MEETING of the Stockholders
V.iwcf3S2* or tho Charlotte and South Caro?
lina Railroad Company is hereby called to bo
held at the citv of Columbia, South Carolina,
on WEDNESDAY, tho 7th dav of July next, at
12 o'clock M., to consider the question of ap?
proving the consolidation of the Company with
the Columbia and Auguota Railroad Company,
and tho terms of such consolidation.
May 30_WIST JOHNSTON. Promdent.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Cabinet Furniture, ;&c.
Warerooms Main st.. South of Washington.
?BKUBH3*to. IN addition to the usual full
^Kiupply of Horte e. Furnishing
^^^^^^^^^ mods in his line, ia in receipt
Ol aline Of i-AUX< 'R AND RED-ROOM PURNI?
rUllK, which In ?lyle ?nd elogauoe ot finish, as
well as uheapnoss and durability, cannot bo
4Urpauucd iu any market South uf Baltimore.
Call and examine for yourselves.1 Orders for
FUNERALS, either in country or city, will be
attended" to proiiiplly. Furnltuve made to
order. Particular attention given to Repair?
ing Packing and Jobbing. _May 9
TO liz HAD At Till
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT AND HAT.
VEEjV> ;> I AM RECEIVING gfjjffc
jBBH^ttS_w<!eklv supplies di- SSS
^^BBJ^^iCSfi nuiiutactuiers in .*~>5L
riiiiad-wi.ihia, Uaitimoro and North Carolina,
and have made suiib arrangement* with them
aB will enable me to offer rire inducements te
purchasers. Persona wishing to buy Ri KITH,
SHOES and HATS, will save ninney by giving
nie a call, as "quiok sales and short profita" ii
my motto. A. SMYTHE,
Jnnn 1 Opponlto Columbi? Hut el.
Stock to be Taken!
For One Week I will SELI
ray Stock of
AT COST, FOB , CASH !
Juno 9 fl. P. JACKSON.
Jos. DANIEL POPE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITOUS Iff EQUITY,
Of?co-Law Rango, Columbia, 8. C. May 5
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
1? casca Italian Maccaroni,
Young America and Cutting
Fretin Country Butter,
Prime Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in bags and barrels,
Hocker's Self-liaising Flour,
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider and White Wine Vinegar,
Java, Laguara and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-cured Hams.
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Hame,
Jeffreys' and McEwen'? Scotch Alea,
Barclay it Perkina' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagno,
Heidsick Champagne am Claret,
All fresh, and for salo low by
_Jnno_4_E fe G. D. HOFF.
NOW IS YOUR LAST CHANCE !
SELLING OFF AT AND BELOW COST!
Don't tnissthie we,ek . ll is your boat chance
of buying tho followipg articles low, for cash:
SPECTACLES, otc, etc. -
Also ort hand, an assortment of
Gold and Silver Spangles.
At I. SULZUACHER'S,
June 8 Siern nf Groen Spectacles.
F?UfTS JHtAflBiOUT OF SEASON.
LEMONS AND ORANGES,'
' A fVilish lot of fine French Confection?
ery-something rich.' raro and palatable.
Frosh Nuts, Almonds and Itair-ins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lomon Sugar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKES and'PIES- freah and mado to order.
Puru CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Sots-afine, healthy, out-door exor?
Tho subscriber, intonding to give bia friends
and customers a chance to keop cool, has de
torroltod to reduce tho prico of CREAM for
tho balance of ihe Beason.
Croam poi- quart, 75 cents.
Cream per plato, 20 cents.
Cream per half plato, 10 cents.
Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10 cents por
Call and bc convinced of the correctness of
tho above. j. MCKENZIE,
Juno 4 Main Street.
_ Selling Off at Cost!
? CUOIC? lol or WINKS, LTQTJTJ1W, 8E?'
??L. GARS. TOBACCO, Ac
JOHN STORK dj 80N8,
. Assombly Btroet, near Post Office.
Jurie 18 a - ? ' ' ' j rj _
Preserving Kettle*. T~
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for aale low. by
FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Something Extra Fine'.
THE Triumph 8od;v Water Ap -
paralna ia in full operatiou for the
soason, with choice Syrups mado
of pure juioe of fruit, at
Confeciionory and Bazaar and Ice Cream Sa?
loon. Mav 30
5BBLS. Tura Cider VINEGAR,
5 bbla. Pure White Wine Vinegar.,
For salo low by the barrel and at retail, by
Juno ll J. A. T. R AGNEW.
GUARANTEED correct, at manufacturers'
prices and freight, by
FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Butter and Cheese
-I rv TUBS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
1AJ 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE.
Just received by steamer and for sale by
April 27 J. A R. AGNEW.
PARTIES wanting REAFER8. THRE8HING
MACHINES, .Vc, will do woll to make their
order? and inquiries at onco. Prices from $50
to $500. at Factory.
Mob ll FISHER. LOWRANCEFISHER.
1r\r|r\ HALF BOXES SARDINES, at
. \ /\ f\J 30 conta por box by retail.
1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardines, at 25 cents per
box br retail. For Bale by
_May29_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for purchaao of Merchandize,
Shipments o? Cotton, and GENER/xL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited bv
HARK E. COOPER, Main street.
Best references given. March *>4 3mo
Smoked Meats, &c.
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED BACON STRIPS,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams and Shoulders,
Kxtra Largo Smoked Boof Tongues.
For nalo by GEO. HYM MERS.
Claret and Cider.
IC ASK TABLE CLARET on draught,
Champagno Cider on draught,
Stock of WINES unu-uially full, from com?
mon to finest grades, and offered] at very low
price? by_GEO. -KYM ME RS.
Fire and Lile Insurance.
H. H. NICHOLS ?Si CO., AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with ag?
gregate accumulated Capital*, January 1,
186<J, of $22,379,174 00.
April 30_RE INSURED._Smo
Estate John Ledingham.
?JOTICE is given that on tho 5th day of
1 July next tho undersigned will apply to
Hon. William HuUon Wigg, Judge ot Pro?
bate, for a final discharge as Administratrix
of the estate of John Ledingham, deceased.
_Juno_3 Jl3?_ F. C. LEDINGHAM.
ALL PEIU-O'VS having claims against tho
estate of Mas. E. T. HOPKINS, of Rich?
land County, aro requested to hand them in,
properly attested; and all iudebted will make
immediate paymont to
JAMES HOPKINS, Administrator,
JMay 8 sl3 Hopkins' Turn-Out, S. C. R. R.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
SAFETY and Economy combined, by using
the CRESCENT GAS GENEKATOR and
ORESCENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive
and gives a brilliant light, without the use ol
lamp-chimneys, or the trouble of cloaning
them. Kerosene Lamps altered to use tho
Cresoent Oil and Gas Generator, at a trifling
expense. For farther information and a sup?
ply of Crescent Oil and (ian Generator, apply
to_J. h T. R. AGNEW
Post Office No. 2.
LETTERS and Papers addressed to tho fol?
lowing named persons, "having, we sup
posid, got into the wroiig box," eau bo had by
applying at the office of the undersigned":
H. A. McOaalam, E. H. Hoinib-h. Dr. B. W.
Taylor, Mrs. E. Chappell, R. MeGrady, M J.
O'Hearn, J. A. Pitkins. J. L. Neagle, Mis?
Sosie Dennis, J. K. Jillson, Superintendent
S. C. R. R. Co., M. M. Crawford, Columbia, 8.
C. E. A G. D. HOPE.
New Books at Duffie &. Chapman's.
OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY by W. Smith,
LL D.. $2. Yentorduy, To-Day and For?
ever, a poem, in 12 book?, by Bickerstith, $2.
The Malay Archipelago: the Land of the
Orang-outang and the Bird of Paradise; Tra?
vels, with maps and 51 engraving'!, bv Wallace,
For Her Sake; a novel, by Frederick W. Ro?
binson, 75 cents.
The Man Who Laughs; by Victor Hugo, 50c.
Cometh Up Like a Flower, GO cents.
Not Wiiely bnt ton Well; by same author. CO.
Kathaleen: by author of Raymond's Heroine.
And many oilier new novels and good old ones.
Standard Poets-Shakspeare. Pope, Milton,
Dryden, (.'am j ?I ? > ll, Ru. ns. Tennyson, Moore
and others, at 50 cent* each, in paper binding,
handsomely printed. M*y 28
IS now prepared to executo in the mos sell il?
lino manner all branches of bis profession.
Teeth extracted without pain by uso of NI?
TROUS OXIDE OAS. Persons desiring his
service, would do well to eng?go uti hour. Office
over Messrs. Bryan A McCartei's Bookstore,
Main street, Columbia. H C April ll 3mn
cjinz$W atyLVgqcfs, pfNK
SOUTH 0 AR?LINA.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500.000.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deposits ox" $2.00 and I pw urdu Received.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerkd, Planters,
Prof essional Men and Trustees can depo?
sit their Funds and receive six per cent, inter?
est, compounded every six month-..
GEM. WADE HAMPTON, President.
Cor,. J. B. PALM KR, vice-President.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may send money by
Express. May 1
CITY COUPONS, receivable for City Taxes,
for sale by GREGG, PALMER A CO.
ick ra. Elias Gradick et al.-Petition for Par?
IH pursuance nf en.order made by Wm. Hut
sou Wing, Judge ot Probate for Richland
County, directed to me, I will sell, ou the
FIRST MUNDAY ia July next, in front of the
court boase, in Columbia, within tho legal
A tract of LAND containing 200 acres, more
or less, situated on Cedar Creek, ia tho Coun?
ty of Richland; bounded by lauds of David
Gradick, Wosiey Sarter, Daniol Leitner and
Elias Gradick; being the tract of land on
which tho late Christina Gradick, deceased,
TznKs or SALE.-Cash enough to pay costs
of these proceedings, and one-half of bid; ba?
lance in twelve months from date, with inte?
rest, Bccured by mortgage of premises. Pur?
chaser to pay for stamps and papers.
June 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
To License Holders.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, June ll, 1869.
ALL persons holding LICENSES from the
City Council for any purpose which will
expiro on tho 1st of July next aro notified that
applications for renewal must bo handed in
before the 15th inst., tho next regular meeting
of council. j. s. MCMAHON,
Juno 13 2_City Clerk.
United States Internal Revenue,
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. 3D DIST., 8. C.,
COLOMBIA, Juno 8, 1869.
ALL persons claiming aa interest iu a
WAGON aod TWO HORSES, said to be
the property of John M. Oliver, of Danville,
Va., seized for a violation of United States In?
ternal Revenue Laws, are hereby notified to
appear in thirty days from this dato, and show
cause why they should pot bn forfeited ac
corrtiug to law. R. M. WALLACE,
June 9 WBC> Dep. Col. 3d Oi-t . 8. C.
South Carolina-Richland County.
John A. Crawford vs. Sophronia Muldrow, et at.
Bill for Foreclosure.
IT appearing that Robert Muldrow and Sam?
uel Muldrow, two of tho Defendants in tho
above stated case, are beyond the limits of this
State: and, on motion of F. W. MoMaster, So?
licitor for complainant, it is Ordered, That tho
said Robert Muldrow and Samuel Muldrow do
plead, answer or demur to the said bill within
forty days from tho publication of thia order,
or a decree pro confessa be entered up against
i thom. I). D. MILLER. C. Ol P.
CI.EBK'S OFFICE, Columbia, May 13, I860.
May U_ ctd4 . -
C. & S. C. and G. & A. R. R CO. R Gen'l
Freight and Ticket Agent's Office.
COLUMBIA, S. C., MAT 27, 1869.
nrjMM ON and after
June, DAILY ACCOMMODATION TICKETS
will be sold at all First Clan* Agoneies on these
roads to other stations, from which persons
can return same day for one fare. Conductors
will furnish tickets at points whore there are
no Agents. Tickets good for auy returning
train on day of dato, but not for any subse?
C. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DOUSEY, General Freight and Ticket
Agent. June 11 tl2
PK?. REYNOLDS it REY?
NOLDS are preparad to furnish
ARTIFICIAL TEETH on a
larger scale than heretofore, and
at rates much below the usual charges.
Their recent improvement, lately patented,
constitutes tho highest order of art in this
speciality, and is fully warranted. Dentures
constructed by this process possess many ad?
vantages over gold plate wore, and can be sup?
plied at about half the cost of the latter.
An examination of specimens, especially by
thoao having experience in such matters, is re?
medially invited. Ordinary VULCANITE
RUBRER BETS ?25. The samo, strengthened
by gold bandi?. 185. Term? naen. April 30$
The State of South Carolina,
/.V THE Cl ROUIT CO Ult T.
William E. Johnson and others, President and
Directora of the Bank ? f Camden, H. C., vs.
the Rank of Camden, S. C., and others.-Bill
for Directions. Injunction and Relief.
TN pnrsance of a decretal order en tere p in
JL this cause, creditors of tho Bank of Cam?
den, 8. C., aro required to present statements
oT their claima, designating the number of the
bills or notes of each denomination, forming
any part thereof at the banking house in,Cam?
den, 8. Con or before tho lat Soptember next,
and are enjoined from commencing or further
prosecuting any suits against the said corpo?
ration without the npeciil leave of said Court.
C. XMIVKK, C ark of tho Circuit Court
M tv 2:1 ml3_For Kerahaw Co.. S. C.
A .T. STE WA RT & CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES.
IS FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
W . ZD . LOVE
Columbia, S nth Carolina.
Juno 9 Imo
White Sulphur Spring?, '
Greenbrler County, Weat Virginia.
11HE8E celebrated Springs, so favorably
kii->wn fir their valuadlo Alterativo Waters,
eharuiiug .-nimmer climate, and as one of the
moat fashionable revorta in the country, was
opontd for company on tho 15th of May, and
with tho extensivo improvements thal have
burn inaile wil be prepared Air the e. mit. TI able
accommodation i.f from 1,500 to 2 000 persons,
Clio WHITE SULPHUR is now ibe Western
terminus of tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
and the ears of that road (in connection will,
telegraphic laeilities) will be running to thc
Springs by lat July. No pains or expense liavt
or will bo apart d to aoeuro the eoinf i; t.rV-i^en-f
tortainmont. in all thc varieties < f lu-eomm?
dation, of i he largo number of \?.. .**K/fik?\
will retort to the Springa tho prout nt i-caeonTI
One of thc best Lawn and Rall Room Bandi
will bein attendance. An ?-xtou?iv-o Livery hai
tit-en provided, and mutable arrangement!
made to Keilu aie every innoeont and recrea
live amuaeim nt appropriate to a lashionabh
Watering Place. A number of Fancy and Mas
alterarlo Rall? will be givon during the season
<'bureen will be $25 per week and $90 month
children nuder 10 years of age and colored sor
vants, half price; white sorvants, according bf
PEYTONS A CO., Proprietors,
May 19 |13 Whit? Sulphur Springs, West Va.