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LONDON, Jane H.-Tho Cabinet con-1
sidered tho Alabama treaty us loosely
stated. Clarendon read a communica?
tion from Motley that the Senate rejected
the treaty on account of the failure to
settle the question in dispute. Motley
intimates that the administration np
?roves of the action of tho Senate,
[otley was instructed to negotiate a
treaty, .which was just to both parties
and wbioh leaves no question open for .a
future misunderstanding. Motley ?3 j
willing io receive and consider proposi?
Tho Great Eastern,,in her preliminary
movements to commence laying the
cable, neted admirably.
MADRID, Juno 14.-A mern' er of the
Cortes stygmatized tho Mexicans as
cowards. Prim, replying, said the people
ore ablo to sustain themselves against
invaders. Prim called Juarez tho groat
HAVANA, June 14.-The report of a
heavy engagement at Puerto Padre has
been confirmed. Tho Spaniards admit
that they had sixty killed, and ostimntc
the patriots loss in killed and wounded
at 1,200, including Gen. Mormnl killed.
A Santiago despatch states that a schoon?
er landed 1,000 filibusters sixty miles
East of Santingo, and that their gnide
betrayed them, when sixty were killed,
the balance captured and their leader
shot. The captives were taken to San?
tiago for execution. Tho stores of the
expedition were captured, including
$2,000,000 in unsigned revolution cur?
rency, several rifles, and three or four
pieces of artillery.
\V millington New*.
WASHINGTON, Juno 14.-Internal vove
nue receipts to-day over $225,000.
The Tallahassee left for Portress Mon?
roe this morning, to conveyitho monitor
Sangus to Cuban waters.
Geq. Harney bas been r lieved from
dnty against the Indians md ordered
home on tho retired list.
Discriminating duties ag dust French
vessels ou merchandize imparted directly
from a producing country re abolished
in reciprocity of like abolishment on
discrimin?t ion by France ngkinst cargoes
imported by American veslAs.
CINCINNATI, June 14.-A trunken auc?
tioneer, from Covington, slot and mor?
tally wounded two women, in this city,
STAUNTON, VA., Juno 14.V-Jesse Ed?
wards, the negro who rap?l and after?
wards murdered Miss SnsaA?Kite, a re?
spectable young lady, was liken from
the jail to-day, and hanged!) Edwards
confessed his crime. H
. CHARLESTON, June 14.-Arrived steam?
er Maryland, Raltimore. tl
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YOKE, June 14-Nooht-Stocks
unsettled. Money active, at 7. Gold
39a?. Flour dull and 6o. low*. Wheat
in moderate demand. Corn ?jjtiot. Pork
quiet, at 32.62. Lard firm. Cotton very
firm, at 32. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer wit t Bales of
3,700 bales, at 32)?. Flour !;eavy-su?
perfine 4.75@5.Q0; common to fair
Southern 6.2U. Wheat l(o !c better.
Corn closed heavy and declining. Pork
steady. Lard closed dull-kittie 20@
Whiskey 99. Groceries dull.
Freights active and firm.
BAI?TIMOUE, June 14.-Cottdu firm and
very scarce, at 31@31??. Flour dull and
favors buyers. Wheat weak. I Corn ac?
tive and advanced. Pork firm1, nf, 33.00.
Bacon active-shoulders 15. 1 Whiskey
firm, at 0S@1.00. i
CINCINNATTI, June 14.-Fl?W dull
family email@example.com. Whiskey firm, at 92.
Mess pork 32.75. Lard held 19)?. Ba?
con firm-shoulders 14??; ?ides ~16>^@
19; hams 18J?(?20)?.
NEW ORLEANS, June 14.-Cotton ad?
vanced *4C-middlings 8O^(a)S0}? ; sales
1,400 bales ; receipts 1,004. !tfold 38??.
Flour firm-superfine 6.00 ; double 6.50.
Corn-white 1.05. Pork held at 34.25.
Bacon hold at 15@18)?. Lard-tierce
19@19?? ; keg20)?@21. Sutjar-prime
14. Molasse a nominal. Whiskey-West?
ern rectified 90@92. Coffee j firm-fair
U??@15?? ; prime 16><@163?.
MOBILE, Juno 14.-Cotton cflosod firm?
er, with sales of 1,450 bales-j-low mid?
dlings 26}<?29 ; receipts 230!,
SAVANNAH, Juno 14.-Cott?n 29^@
80 ; sales 150 bales ; receipts 600.
AUGUSTA, Juue 14.-Cotton firmer with
sales of 500 bales ; receipts 50 ; mid?
dlings strong, at 30.
CHARLESTON, Jone 14.-Cotton quiet
but steady with sales of 100 bales-mid?
dlings 30 ; receipts 178.
LONDON, June 14-Noon.-Consols
92,'u. Bonds quiet and steely, U HO1,,.
LONDON, June 14.-Evening-Consols
92% ; bonds 803?.
LTVEBTOOL, June 14-"Soon.-Cotton
quiet and steady-uplands 11%; Orleans
We wonder if tho crowd? of American
ladies and gentlemen who attended the
grand races at the Bois de f?oidogne, on
Sunday last, would care to havo a list of
their names published for the edification
of religious circles at home. Or would
it excite a blush in those circles to know
that gravo matrons and motl?st, shrink?
ing dames, of tito true Kt lipkerbocker
breed, are often to bo foun il veiled or
unveiled,among the nightly h Ait ties of the
Chateau des fleurs, or the Mi mlle. Gay,
naughty, fashionable Paris, fir what are
yon not responsible!
[New York Commercial . Ulvertiser.
A Doa DOCTOR COMMITS A ROBERRY.
Sam Wellington (spoiled without a Wee)
was called in by a lady to doctor her
poodle dog, Semiramidis. ' he lady re?
tired while he wos feeling i ho pulse of
his patient, and when Bbe ll burned she
found him missing, as well t s her Bilver
watch. Semiramidis was no cured, and
the lady has been made quiii sick about
. ? . ?
. .----WI.HIM If
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COLORED AMERICANS UT RUSH IV.-Tho
following dispatch from Cassius M. Clay,
our Minister to Russia, - to Secretary
Seward, will be interesting to our read?
ers, and instructive to the white popula?
tion of the Southern States:
LEOATXON QF THE UNITED STATES,
ST. PETEBSBCRO, RUSSIA, Feb. V, 1K69.
SIR: Captain T. Morris Chester, lute
of the United States Volunteer Army,
being iu St. Petersburg, coming well
i recommended by distinguished citizens
of the United States, and being also well
educated, and of good address, I called
upon the Minister of Foreign Allai rs, and
told him that I would not apply in the
usual way by note to have Captain Ches?
ter, n colored American citizen, presented
to his Imperial Majesty, ns there was no
precedent, and I did not know how bis
I Imperial Majesty would bo disposed to
act, but I desired that ho would approach
bis Imperial Majesty iu un informal way,
and ascertain his wishes in this regard.
Tho Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs,
I Mr. Do West mann, acquiesced in the
proposal, and ina few days wrote mo that
thc Emperor had given orders to have
Captain Chester's nam'o put upon the
list for the first presentation. To-day,
being the occasion of a grand review of
the Imperial Guard, tho Ein put ur sent
aa invitation to Captain Chester to assist
in the review, which hu did, riding
around with bis Imperial Majesty's staff,
and taking lunch at tho winter palace
with tho staff' officers, and a portion of
the Imperial family, who accompanied
tho Emperor nt tho lunch.
I have made theso facts known to you,
as I regard the affair of some importance.
We bavo'fonr millions of colored citizens;
they nre with us, and of us, for good ns
evil. I think it is tho duly of all good
citizens to try and elevate tho African
race in America, and inspiro them with
all possible self-respect, and prepare them
for that ultimate influence which they
must sooner or later have upon tho po?
litical und economical interests of the
United States. Theso are the views
which bavo influenced my action in this
case, which, not partisan in their char?
acter, I should hope would be satisfacto?
ry to all patriotic Americans.
Having, however, discharged my duty,
ns I ever do, without regard to personal
considerations, I submit my action
frankly to tho judgment of thc Depart?
lam, my dear sir,
Your obedient servant,
C. M. CLAY.
Hon. WM. H. SEWARD.
Twenty or thirty years ago, when mis?
sionary enterpriso was in its infancy
among tho islands of the South Seas,
Captain Summers anchored his sloop of
war off one of tho Marquesas. The next
morning bo saw nu American flag float?
ing from the beach, union down. This
excited bim fearfully, and be sent off a
boat at oncoto inquire into tho matter.
Presently the boat returned, and brought
a gravo looking missionary. Tho cap?
tain's anxiety ran high.
"What's tho trouble out there?" bo
"Well, I um grieved to say, sir," re?
plied the missionary, "that tho natives
have been interrupting our sacerdotal ex?
"What? what was that you ?aid they'd
"It pains me, sir, to say that they have
been interrupting our sacerdotal exer?
"Mon them starboard guns! Stand by,
now, to give 'em the whole battery!" ex?
claimed the captain."
Tho astonished missionary hastened to
protest against such rigorous measures,
and finally succeeded in making the old
tar understand that the natives bad only
been breaking up a prayer meeting.
"Oh! is that all?" said be; "I thought
you meant that they'd etopped your
RADICAL RASCALITY.-Referring t.? the
late judicial election in Memphis, the
"All sorts of rascalities wero practicod
to defeat au honest, fair election, but
tho crowded condition of our columns
prevents a detailed exposure in this issue.
It is enongh to know that Commissioner
Williams appointed all tho election offi?
cers in the interest of Smith; that ho is?
sued thousands of blank certificates of
registration in violation of his oath of
office; that hundreds and thousands of
theso fradulent certificates were freely
hawked about tho streets for a price;
that men living in Mississippi and Ar?
kansas, and also in Brownsville, and Fay
otto County, were brought into tho city,
and voted in these certificates thus fraud?
ulently issued; and, finally, that Com?
missioner Williams, who refused to reg?
ister white men that were entitled to cer?
tificates, granted thom wholesalo to tho
Smith faction, and now professes to have
done all that he did, not in tho interest
of the people, whose servant ho is, but
"for the best interest of the Republican
party." A man guilty of thus polluting
the ballot-box ought to be visited with
the severest penalties of the law, and it
is to bo hoped that he will yet bo nando
to suffer it as others, no moro guilty, aro
now doing in tho State prison."
Tho Chicago Evening Post bas found
the Sprague-Craig breach of promise suit
inspiring, and here is one of the conse
And 'Lisha Sprague,
They fell in love ut sight;
Ho liked her style,
She liked his pile,
And everything went right;
'Twas bill and coo,
And 'I love you;'
'My duck,' 'my dear delight.'
Alack I alas!
It carno to pass
That hopo should suffer blight,
And love, which trusted
Too much, be busted
In a breaoh-of-promise fight !"
A clerk ia ono of the French offices of
police Was, some years ago, appointed to
superintend the legal proceedings insti?
tuted against a fortune-teller. The in?
quiry furnished him with some curious
information concerning the general prin?
ciples on which the art ii founded; he
discovered that upon the whole it was
merely a calculation of probabilities,
which, if mun II ged adret ly, might be?
come subceptible of successful applica?
tion; and ho thought it would be an ex?
cellent thing to turu conjuror himself.
He begau by dividing the workable mat?
ter-namely, public credulity-iuto its
two sexes, its four ages, into married
and unmarried, masters and servants,
clergy and laity, nobles aud commoners,
&c. He then set down tho general acci?
dents commou to nil classes, the special
accidents moro commou in each, and,
finally, the moro rure and individual ac?
cidents. Ho thus acquired a mass of
about <1,000 of tho accidents of human
life which aro constantly occurring-it
must bo confessed, a tolerably good
foundation to tell fortunes on.
While he was thus studying thu theory
of the art, he devoted himself to the
practico of a branch ilo less important;
ho observed physiognomy, fixed names
iu his recollection, introduced himself
into parties of every description, endea?
vored to divo into the secrets of families,
and assumed every possible disguise;
finally, when he found himself sufficient?
ly rich iu materials und powerful iu
means, ho opened a necromancy office.
His success was prodigious; his door wai
besieged by females, noblemen, trades
men, ecclesiastics, and even high pre
late?, eagerly thronged io consult him
and with the exception of somo few mis
chances, our conjuror had no causo tc
regret the resignation of his post in th?
Fortune-telling appears to bnvo beet
long a lucrative profession in Paris. ?
correspondent gives the following anec
dote and description of a person win
was most successful iu carrying on tin
trade in the French metropolis:
"A little more than sixty years since, :
fortune-teller in Paris was roused fron
his bed at tho dead of night by a lom
knocking at his door. On opening it
ho perceived standing before bim a mai
muffled up in au, ample cloak, with ?
largo hat slouched over his fuce.
'What do j-ou want?' said the fortune
teller, somewhat alarmed.
The stranger answered sternly, 'If yoi
are what you profess to be, you can tel
'I can tell nothiug without my cards,
replied thc other.
Tho stranger walked iu, and tho foi
tune-teller, having shuffled bis cards um
laid them out, after a pause, observed
with a tono of deference:
'I perceive I am in the presence of a
'Yon ure right,' said tho strauger; 'an
now tell me what it is I wish to know?'
Tho fortune-teller, ugniu consulting hi
'You wish to know whether a certai
lady will have a son or n daughter.'
'Hight again,' suid tho stranger.
After another pause, tho fortune-tellt
pronounced that tho lady would huve
On which the stranger replied, 'If tin
prove true, you shall receive fifty piec<
of gold; if false, a good cudgelliug.'
"A few weeks after, about the san]
hour and in the same manner, til
stranger re-appeared, and before heconl
speak, tho fortune-teller exclaimed:
'You fiud I was right.'
'I do,' said the strauger; 'and I ai
como to keep my promise. '
So saying, he produced a purse of fifi
louis, and departed."
Tho stranger's mode of proceedir
seems to have been designed to put tl
fortune-teller's skill to the severest tea
The circumstances of his coming alon
and at such au hour, makes it probab
he had not communicated his inteutic
to any one; while his carefulness in coi
coaling his person and ince, and his c
treme caution to afford no clue to tho di
covery of himself or his object by co
versation, were admirably calculated
render imposition impossible. The hi
tory of tho case is this. I heard it abo
thirty years since from a gentleman
Paris, who learned it from Volney, tl
celebrated traveler in the East. Volm
had it from tho fortune-teller bimse
who applied to him for some Syriac c
pressions. On being asked for wh
purpose he wanted them, ho confess>
his trade; and Volney, finding him a 1
markably shrewd person, inquired of hi
the story of his life.
"He said that when ho was young
had a groat turn for expense, ve
slender means, and an inveterate repu
nance to anything like drudgery. Aft
long puzzling himself to discover soi
modo of life by which he could un
certain profit with continual amusemei
ho determined to set up as a fortui
teller. He commenced by taking a lodgi
in the obscure quarter of the Murais, a
practicing in a small way in that neif
borhood, where the blunders of a bogi
ncr would not be of much consequen
At the same time he never failed to
in daily attendance about tho court, a
spured no pains to make himself famil
with tho personal appearance and privi
history of every person of thc least ni
After two years of practice among I
small, and of study among the great,
thought himself qualified to begin bi
ness on a grand scale, and having,
bribery of a servant, procured a pro]
customer, he tried his art in his ii
sphere with great success. His fur
and of courso his gains, increased rap
ly, and it was when he was in his zen
that tho adventure above related h
pened. Ho explained it thns: WI
shnilling his cards, ho purposely let <
or three fall, and in rising from pick
them up, he contrived ' catch a st
cient glimpse of the si. .igor's com
nance to discover that he was no lei
person than the Duke of Orleans, afl
wards Phillippe Egalit?, and the fat
ot tho late King of the French, who waa
actually the child in question. He took
not the least notice of the discovery he
had made, but pretended to ascertain the
fact from the contemplation of his cards.
Having overcome this difficulty, his prac?
ticed acuteness mode the rest easy to
him. It was publicly known that the
Duchess was near ber confinement, and
ho had heard tho Duke was anxious to
have a son; ho, therefore, confidently
guessed tho objeot of his visit, and after
the manner of bis tribe, hazarded tho
prediction which ho thought would en?
sure him the most liberal pay. He did
not expect tho proposed alternative,
which obliged bim to be on his guard,
and ho had actually only just returned
from learning the news at the palace, and
was scarcely in bed, when the Duke ar?
rived, whoso faith must have beeu con?
firmed by tho fortune-teller's anticipa?
tion of bis intelligence."
[Baltimore Home Journal.
Wu EUE TOYS ABE MADE.-Ab tho
cheapest class of toys aro of foreign
make. Penny toys como from Germany;
they have their birth iu tho bluck pino
forests of Tburingia. Tho Dryads and
Hama-dryads are not dead, but sleeping.
Whut rou rs of laughter spring from
thoso old gloomy pine woods! The great
toy capital is Sonueburg, wbero men,
women and children aro employed upon
their production. The costs of toys at
the place of manufacture is infinitesimal?
ly small. The wood-tho oidy material
of which they aro made-is nothing,
twopence-halfpenny a tree. The labor
is scarcely moro valuable. Toys, in these
old forests, aro mado on the most
modern principio of division of labor.
Any toy wo may take up bas gone
through bnlf a dozen bands. Hy this
menus great rapidity is attained in their
manufacture, and tho primo cost ut
home is less than a third of a penny.
Thc transit along mountain roads, and
by water carriage to Rotterdam, whence
they nre conveyed by steam to Euglnnd,
costs more than their actual manufac?
ture, but yet there is a profit left to the
veudor. These aro thc trno smashing
toys; but the moro expensive, highly
finished and elaborate ones still come
from Gormauy or the adjacent countries.
Groat numbers como from Grunhein
.sc.ehr, in Saxony, but the town of Nu
remburg maintains its old monopoly for
metal work, even in the matter of to3*s.
All the tenden soldiers in boxes are Bold
here, whilst tho tin railroads and loco?
motives and steam vessels of every pri?
mitive character and form come from
Biberach, iu Wurtembnrg. The cui?
rasses and helmets and guns como from
Hesso Cassel, a highly military little
kingdom; and from its big neighbor,
Prussia, we have the very pretty toy in?
teriors, shops, drawing-rooms, and other
interiors, fitted with model furniture and
gooda, - 1 ravels Abroad.
A CHINESE FUMERAI?.-When carrying
the body to tho grave, a solemn-looking
individual scatters little slips of paper
with aphorisms from Confucius written
on them; at the liutels of the door-ways
are strips of red paper, on which are
marked similar wise sayings. Upon the
grave is placed a roast fowl, some rice,
and a bottle of "Chinese wine," after
which the mourners depart, never look?
ing behind them. There is, howover,
another class of gentlemen who aro con?
cealed near at hand. No sooner do they
seo the last pigtail of the retiring mourn?
ers disappear from view than they make
a grand rush for the edibles mid drinka?
bles left for tho benefit of Joss, and they
very soon make short work of them,
Joss, no doubt, getting the credit. After
lying somo months in the grave, the
bones are dug up and carefully polished
with brushes, then tied up, and each
put in little bundles, which are nicely
lubelled and stored away in a small tin
coffin in the particular bong or commer?
cial house which is responsible for them.
When a sufficient number of these in?
teresting mementoes have accumulated,
a ship is chartered, and the collins de?
spatched with their contents back to
Canton, for, according to Mongol theo?
logians, it will go hard with bim in the
future world unless they do repose on
STREET SCENE.-The other day, pass?
ing ulong Military street, in front of thc
court-house, we saw a one-armed ex-Con?
federate soldier standing by bis wagon
and ter m of oxen. All at once the maim?
ed rebel, with the fire of battle not en?
tirely gone from bis eye, straightened
himself up, assumed the military stiffness
of old Gen. Buggies when culling bis
courier for a pipe of tobacco, whirled bis
long whip gradually in the air, aud
shouted in the honrse voice of com?
Promptly with the word, tho six steers
rose from their recumbent attitude,
shook their dusky flanks, and took the
position of the soldier.
Again the clarion voice
"Forward-march!" And the trained ,
animals moved off, not with a great deal
of timo in keeping step, 'tis trim but un?
derstanding the command perfectly.
Then, not satisfied with a paco "at
will" of his troops, the incorrigible "reb"
"No enemy in front!"
And the veterans quickened up like
tho Old Guard nt Waterloo preparing for
the headlong charge.-Home Journal.
The waiters' strike bas ended disas?
trously for the men. Tho hotel proprie?
tors have refused to re-employ them.
Only about twenty of tho ?551? have been
taken back. Tho Waiters' Union bas
allowed every man to go to work wher?
ever bo can. Those who were taken
back were compelled to renounco alle?
giance to the society. It is expected
that the others will receive plenty of em?
ployment at the watering places.
"What is the meaning of lost in
French?" said a cab-driver to a foreign
gentleman. ''Perdu." "Well, then,
your trunk is perdu," said the cab-driver.
Two YANKEES.-The following story is
told of a Yankee captain and his mate.
Whenever there was a plum pudding
made, by the captain's orders all the
plums were put into ono end of it, and
that placed next the captain, who, after
helping himself, passed it to the mate,
who never found any plums in any part
After this gume had bcon played for
8omo time, tho mat? prevailed on the
steward to place tho plum end next to
the mnto. The captain no sooner per?
ceived the alteration, than picking up
the dish and turning it around, as if to
examino thochiuu, ho said:.,,..
"This cost me two shillings iu Liver?
Ho then put it down, as if without do
sign, with tho plum end next to himself.
"Is it possible?" said tho mate, taking
up tho dish. "I shouldn't suppose it
was worth moro than a shilling."
And, us if in perfect inuocouce, ho put
it down the contrary way.
Tho captain looked at tho mate, tho
mato looked ut the captain, and both
"I'll tell you what, young 'un," said j
tho captain, "you've found mo out; so
wo'll just cut tho pudd i'jg lengthwise this
time, and havo tho plums fairly distri?
The City of Worms is one of thc most
interesting places in Germany connected
with tho history of Lutheranism. The
great Protestant Congress which assem?
bled there on Monday appears to have
been thoroughly imbued with the spirit
of Luther, nod took tho samo stand
against tho Popo (Pius IX) which tho
great heretic himself took ngaiust tho
Pope (Leo X) wheu. 348 years ago, he
appeared before tho Diet of Worms, and
in tho brilliant presnuco of the Emperor,
tho princes and nobles, the church dig?
nitaries, and a great concourso of specta?
tors. As tho apostle of the Reformation,
Luther at that timo boldly challenged
the authority of tho Pope. So now,
after tho lapse of centuries, his followers
met to renew tho challeugo, and uphold
the spiritual independence which Luther
then asserted at tho peril of bis life. The
magnificent, monument of Luther which
stands in tho City of Worms is a less
worthy commemoration of his character
than the Congress which has just been
held to re-assert his principles.
PASHUNCE OF Jon.-Everybody iz in
tho habit ov braggiug on Job; and Job
did have considerable pashunce, but did
he ever keep a districk skulo for 8 dol?
lars a month and board around or run a
Did he ever reap lodged oats down hill
on a hot day, aud have all his gallas but
tous bust opli at once?
Did he ever have tho jumping tooth?
ache and bo ruado tend tho bubo while
his wife was over to Parkinses to a t"o
Did he ever get up in the mornin' au
fnl dr!, and tuff it 3 miles bofore break?
fast to get a drink, and find that tho man
kept a temperance house?
Did he ever undertake to milk a kick?
ing heifer, with a bushy tail, in fly time,
?nd in a lot?
Did he ever Bot onto a litter of kittens
in the old rocking-chair, with his sum?
mer pantaloons on?
If ho could du all these things, and
praise the Lord at tho same time, all I
have tu say iz, "Bully for Job."
At a late military dinner, one of the
visitors proposed a toast-"May tho man
who has lost ono eye in the service of his
country never see distress with tho
other!" but the person whose duty it was
to read thc toast, by omitting the word
distress, completely changed the senti?
ment, and caused much merriment by
It is related of a certain clergyman,
noted for his long sermous, with many
divisions, that one day, when ho was
advancing nmong the teens, he reached
at length a resting-place in his discourse,
when, pausing to take breath, and asking
the question, "And what shall I say
more?" a voice from the congregation re?
sponded, "Say amen!"
"Do you think, Doctor," asked on
anxious mother, "that it would improve
little Johnny's health to take him to the
springs and let him try tho water?" "I
haven't a doubt of it, madam." "What
springs would you recommend, Doctor?"
"Any springs, madam, where you bud
plenty of soap."
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*yf\ I)OZ" A88ortoa Brier Root, with Metal
20 Doz. do., with MaerHchanra Liuing,
1 Gross Cane Pipes. JOHN C. KEEPERS.
Butter and Cheese.
-I f\ TUBS Choico GOSHEN BUTTER,
XU 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE.
Just received by steamer and for Balobv
ApriJ27_ J. St T. ll. AGNEW.
PARTIES wanting REAPERS,THRESIIINO
MACHINES, Ac, will do well to make their
orders aud inquiries at ouco. Prices from 150
to ?500, at Factory.
Mel. ll FISHER,LOWRANCE A FISHER_._
Something Extra Fine!
THE Triumph Soda Water Ap?
paratus is in full operation for tho
' season, with choico Syrups made
of pure juice of fruit, at
Confectionery and Bazaar and leo Cream Sa
TINNED and Enamolod Preserving KET
TLES, for sale low, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
CITY COUPONS, receivable for City Taxes
for sale by GREGG, PALMER A CO.
THE TWO HOU8E8 at East and West
onds of the buildings lately occupied by
A. M. Hunt. For particulars apply to
the subscriber. JOHN ENGLISH.
Broad Biver Bridge Company.
AMEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS will bo
hold on FRIDAY next, at tho Hall of tho
Independent Firo Engine Conipauy, at ll
o'clock A. M. O. W. DEARDEN,
.Tnno 15 tuf2 Secretary and Troasurer.
Independent Fire Engine Company.
THE regular Monthly Meeting of
thia Company will bo held THIS
- EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at their
Hall. Dy order. G. T. BERG,
Juuo 15 1 Secretary.
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION of
^Columbia Lodgo No. 108, A. F. M.,
'will be bold, at Masonic Hall, THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order of tho W. M.
Juno 15 J_T. P. PURSE. Sec'y.
Mansion House, Greenville, S. C.
TriE ubovo long established, delightful
Hotel haH just been placed in superior
order to accommodate guests during tho sum?
mer. S. SWANDALE,
Juno 15 j0 _Proprietor.
JUST RECEIVED direct from lit. Louis,
Mo., by rail,
GREEN LIME, on commibaion,
4<> bbls. Double Extra Family Elour,
40 bbls. F. F. F. G. Extra Fainilv Flour, (try
Which wc offer at greatly reduced prices.
Call and be convinced.
Jini? l?_2 I.EAPHART A SLOAN.
<*A'i 1 *-M now prepared to mako or repair,
fSI at short liotico, all kinds of ROOTS AND
^.SHOEK, for laches, gentlemen, and chil?
dren. Having been engaged in tho business
in this, my native, city for three years, I foel
warranted in aajingtbat my work has given
entire satisfaction. Prices moderate.
Assembly street, opposite John Stork's.
Juno 15 2
Virginia Springs, via South Carolina
COLOMBIA, Juno 15, 1800.
PERSONS desirous of visiting tho mineral
springs of Virginia aro respectfully in
tormcd that through tickets, via Richmond, to
the following places can bo obtained at the
ticket oflico of this Company:
Rock Bridge Alum Springs.
White Sulphur Springs.
Juno 15 fi_C. J. ROLLIN, Agent.
W. D. LOVE. - - B. B. McOBEEBY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rpHE BUSINESS OF W. D. LOVE wUl here
alter be conducted under tho firm namo of
W. D. LOVE & CO.
Having a resident Partner in New York, we
arc receiving regularly
T -\7V 1 cs o ?t w eels:
New LINES OF GOODS, theroby adding to
our attractive Stock of Dress Goods, Em?
broideries, White Goods, Laces, Ac, ?ic, &c.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Juno 15 Columbia, 8. C.
South Carolina-Bichland County.
W. W. Rife, applicant, vs. Thomas C. Rife et
al.. Defendants.-Petition for partition of
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that S. L.
Chamblis, Mrs. M. E. Martin and H. B. Cha?
ney, Defendants, reside without this State: it
ia," therefore, Ordered, That they do appear
and object to the division or salo of the real
ostate of Jacob Rife, deceased, ou or before
tho 5th day of Julv, A. D. 18G9, or their con?
sent to tho samo wiil bo entered of record.
WILLIAM H. WIOG,
May ll tufl7_Judgo of Probato.
Post Office No. 2.
LETTERS and Papers addressed to the fol?
lowing named persons, "having, wo sup- i
posed, got into the wrong box," can bo had by I
applying at tho oflico of tho undersigned:
lt. A. McCaslam, E. H. Heiuitsh, Dr. B. W.
Taylor, Mrs. E. Chappell, R. McGrady, M. J.
O'Hearn, J. A. Pitkins, J. L. Neagle, Miss
SUM.' Dennis, J. K. Jillaon, Superintendent
S. C. R. R. Co., M. M. Crawford, Columbia, 8.
C. E. A G. D. HOPE.
SAFETY and Economy combined, by using
tho CRESCENT GAS GENEKATOR and
CRESCENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive
and gives a brilliant light, without the use of
lamp-chimneys, or tho trouble of cleaning
them. Kcroseno Lamps altered to use th?
Crescent Oil and Gas Gonerator, at a trifling
oxpenso. For further information and a sup
ply of Crescent Oil and Gas Generator, apply
to_J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Estate John Ledingham.
NOTICE is given that on tho 5th day of
July noxt the undersigned will apply to
Hon. William Hutson Wigg, Judge ot Pro?
bate, for a Anal discbarge as Administratrix
of tho estate of John Ledingham, deceased.
June 3 J13*_F. C. LEDINGHAM.
ALL PERSONS having claims against the
estato of Mns. E. T. HOPKINS, of Rich?
land County, aro requested to hand them in,
properly attested; and all indebted will make
immediate payment to
JAMES HOPKINS, Administrator,
May 8 H13 Hopkins' Tnrn-Out, S. C. R. R.
IrfctOn "ALF BOXES SARDINES, at
#\Jv/VJ 3f> couts per box by retail.
1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardines, at 25 cents per
box by retail. For Balo by
May 29 _J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for pnrchaso of Merchandize,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited bv
HARK E. COOPER, Main stroct.
Best references given. March ?4 3mo
Smoked Meats, &c.
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED BACON STRIPS,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams and Shoulders,
Extra Largo Smoked Reef Tongues.
For sale by PEO. SYMMER8.
Fire and Lite Insurance.
II. K. NICHOLS 6t CO., AGKN'I'S,
COLUMBIA, 8. C..
REPRESENT OLD COHTANIES, with ag-,
gregato accumulated Capitals, January 1,
1869, of $22,379,174 00.
April 30 BE INSURED. 3mo