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?JOKPON, June 15.-Tho Honse of
Lords discussed the disestablishment bill
last n ght. The House also discussed the
seizin o of the American vessel, Mary
Lowell, in British waters by the Span?
WASHINGTON, June 15.-Delano will
require removal from bond and a com?
plete settlement of all matters pertaining
to bonded whiskey by the first of July.
Recent Rio Janerioletters seem to con?
firm the report that Lopez has McMahon
Internal revenue receipts to-day, near?
The printers employed by Clapp, held
a preliminary meeting to-day regarding
the action of the National Typographical
Union. The proceedings indicate that
Clapp will be sustained by his employees.
The negro Douglass continues at the
The Treasury has advices of the mur?
der of Frank Dumont, Inspector of Cus?
toms for Texas, near Brownsville. It is
supposed that he ?was killed by smug?
Advices havo been received from Cu?
ban sources of the fight between tho re?
volutionist and Spanish troops, near
Padre, The Cuban troops, nu taboring
about 2,000, were attacked in entrench?
ments by the Spaniards, numbering
nearly 4,000. ' They were twioe repulsed.
The foss of the Cubans is less than 100
killed and wounded.. That of tho at?
tacking party is three times great or. The
Spaniards retreated, leaving a nnmber of
killed and wounded on the field. Th?
result of this battle hos had a most en?
couraging effect upon the Cuban army,
which it is reported are gaining strength
every day from the very best portion of
the people of the island. The want of
harmony between the officers in com?
mand of the government troops in the
field und the volunteers who have taken
possession of th?' government of the
island, is exhibiting itself in the demo?
ralization of the Spanish troops, and
the large-number of recruits in the Cu?
ban.army. This condition of things hos
given new impetus and strength to the
Cuban cause. Having no doubt of. their
ultimate success, a nnmber of recruits,
mostly from Virginia, left Washington
yesterday and to-day, to join a force
which is rendezvousing on the Southern
coast preparatory to joining tho Cuban
army. ' ' '' \
It is not true, as rumored in a recent
cable telegram, that, in an official com
mnnioation, Minister Motley intimated
th at i the American administration con?
curs in tho reasons which lea the. Senate
to reject the amendment'treaty. Such
was not the tenor of his instructions
concerning his interviews with her Ma?
jesty's Government. It is not, therefore,
-.onsidered probable that he would make
that assertion. . It is, however, certain
that he was instructed to explain the cir?
cumstances attending the rejection of the
treaty, without'committing this Govern?
ment to any lino of policy, but at the
same time standing by the rejection of
tho treaty. Minister Motley is not in?
structed to make any proposition for the
settlement of 'tho claims, but to say that
in view of the irritation in England,
owing to the rejection of the treaty, the
present is not an auspicious timo to pro?
pose the reopening of negotiations. In
other words, the temporary postpone?
ment of the question is desirable, with
the hope that when the excitement shall
subside, her Majesty's Government will
invite a reopening of negotiations.
He is not authorized to announce the
readinessof our Government to make auy
proposition on that subject, nor to de?
mand tho payment of the amount of
damages-national as well as individ?
ual-but to assure Her Mujesty'a Gov?
ernment of the sincere desire of our own
to have all matters of dispute adjusted on
terms honorable and satisfactory to both
nations. Another point in the instruc?
tions is in effect that the mere proclama?
tion declaring tho rebels entitled to bel?
ligerent rights is not in itself a cause for
demanding damage, or a special ground
of complaint But this taken in connec?
tion with subsequent actions was un?
friendly, and showed a spirit of hostility
against the United States during the late
war, resulting in a loss which requires
reparation. Tho instructions were pre?
pared at the Department of State, about
ten days before Minister Motley loft this
country, having there been slighly modi?
fied at the instance of the President.
They were carefully considered by the
Cabinet to whom they were acceptable,
and were soon thereafter handed to Mot?
ley without further amendment. The
only specific instruction to Motley as to
the treaty negotiations aro with reference
to naturalization and consols, and it is
supposed that by this time he has enter?
ed upon that duty.
Tho Department of State has received
no positive or direct information from
Minister McMahon since December last,
wheu he arrived at Asuncion. All other
information is rumor or speculation. His
latest official dispatches are dated April !
8th, from Buenos Ayres, and Rio de
Janeiro, on the 'Mth of the same month.
Mr. Worthington, Minister to Uruguay,
writes from Buenos Ayres, that he had
demauded of the Argentine Government,
either an escort through tho allied line:',
or for permission for un United States
escort, to pass through them to enable
our Government to communicate with
Minister McMahon. Both the Buenos
Ayres and Brazillian Governments have
refused the right, on the ground that it
could not then bo granted withont affect?
ing proposed hostile movements which
woro soon to take place, and which would
oppn up tho communication desired.
Mr. Worthington replied that ho had
already waited forty days for the move?
ments to be made, und that the right of
tho Govornuiont of tho United States to
have tho communication made was indis?
putable; and if thc allies would not nid
our Government, it would bo driven to
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ita own reaour?e* to. obtainJhe ?omma
nication. Commander Kirklaud, o? tho
Wasp, bad a sharp correspondence with
the brazilian and Buenos Ayres Govern?
ments on the some subject.
NEW YORK, June 16.-^ohu Sweeney,
of Charleston, S. C., was arrested to
day for fatally stabbing a man named
PHILADELPHIA, June 15.-The proces?
sion of Templars, to-day, was one mile
in length. The grand officers were
mounted, and magnificently equipped,
wearing white plumes, gay sashes, and
gold hilted swords. Several commanders
marched in triangles and crosses, which
novelty provoked great applause. Houses
along the line of march were beautifully
decorated. The whole affair was a grand
LEAVENWORTH, June 15.-The Indians
are again murdering citizens thirty-five
miles North of Salmon River. A party
followed them, but finding the luciana
in force retreated. Hamey has left for
the scene of action.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 15.-Advices
from Mexico report the discovery of gold
fields in Colima . District, 120 miles io
length, and riober than those of Califor?
nia. The people are flocking to that sec?
tion... The Governor of Colima makes
kidnapping A capital offenen. Politics
in Sonora are quiet.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 15.-The iron?
clads Monadock and Com chee have
been ordered to hold themselves in readi?
ness for the sea ut short potice.
AUGUSTA, June 15.- The first through
train on the Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road arrived this afternoon from Char?
CiiAnfjESTON, Juno 15.-Arrived
steamer Prometheus, Philadelphia. Off
the port-brig Clifton, Liverpool. Sailed
-schooners Minnie Repplen, Provi?
dence; Sarah Cullen, Havana; Minnie,
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, June 15-Noon.-Money
active, at 7. Gold 38>?. Flour un?
changed. Wheat 1 cent higher. Corn
scarcely BO firm. Mess pork 32.50. Lard
quiet. Cotton advancing, at 32*4@32,%.
7, P. M.-Government's steady. Gold
heavy, at 37%. Stocks dull nud unset?
tled. Cotton active and decidedly higher,
with Bales el 7,000 bales, at 32.'4. Flour
aptiv^ and^a; shade Armer. Wheat in
good - eipori demand, at 1 cent, ad?
vance. Corn irregular and unsettled,
closing s cent or two. lower. Pork quiet
aud Ftendy. 'Lard steady.'-- Whiskey de?
cidedly firmer, at "1.00. Rice active
Carolina 8>4' (oj). ? 5 Sqgax 1 fir m-Musjo -
vado 11%@\2. Molasses firm. Freights
BALTIMORE, June 15.^Cotton firm, at
32^, Flour "fairly active, and prices
steady. Wheat a shade firmer-valley
red 1.67. Corn higher-white 1.00?
LQ/3; yellow 1.09. Mess pork firm, nt
33.50.: Bncpn nctiVo-Bhouldors lG1^.
CINCINNATI, Juno 15.-Whiskey firm,
at, 9?. i tyfjqss jpprk held at 83.0p. 'Bacon
firm-shoulders' 14 Vi*; aides 18.' Lard
NEW ORLEANS, June. 15,-Cotton mar?
ket ndvanced-middling 802?@3l? sales
2,950 bales';" receipts G68. Gold 37 \.?.
Flour-superfine 5.62>??6.00; double
6.25; treble 6.65. Corn-white 1.00.
Pork 34.50. Bacon 16@18,??. Lard
tierce 19: keg 21. S?gar-^ommon 9^
?102?; prime ?S^IS^- -Molasses no?
minal-fermenting 35(2 GO. : Whiskey 92
@95. Coffee-fair U??@15??; -primo
MORILE, June 15.-Cotton market
closed firm, with-sales-of 1,000 bales;
low middling 29@29>.<; receipts 71.
SAVANNAH, June 16.-Cotton market
firm-middlings 30; ooles 100 bales; re?
AUGUSTA, June 15.-Cotton market
firm with sales of 460 bales; receipts 12;
CHARLESTON, June 15.-Cotton ).<c.
better, with sales of 150 bales-middling
31; receipts 180.
LONDON, June 15-Noon.-Consols
32%. Bouda 80%.
LONDON, June 15-Evening.-Consols
92|a*. Bonds 80%.
LIVERPOOL, June 15-Noon.-Cotton a
shade firmer-uplands 11^; Orleans 12.
A case recently came before the pen?
sion office where tho applicant had served
in the Confederate and subsequently en?
listed in the Union army, in which he
was wounded. The Commissioner de?
cides that by having been in the rebel
setvice, the applicant, although wounded
in the Union army, is not entitled to
benefit under existing pension laws.
POETB?*.-Tho editor of the Woon?
socket Patriot, thus notices borne politi?
cal communications: ''Th? political effu?
sions of 'Irwin' and 'M-a-e' are inadmis?
sible. Reasons-the . rhyme' sounds
somewhat, dike pumpkins'rolling over
the barn floor, while some lines appear
to have been measured with a yard-stick,
and others with a ten-foot pole."
An urchin not quite three years old,
said to his sister, while munching a piece
of ginger-bread ; "Sis, take half of dis
cake to keep to afternoon when I get
oross." This is nearly as good as tho
story of the child who bellowed from the
top of the stairs ; "Mo, Hannah won't
pacify mo 1"
"Put ont your tongne a little further,"
said a physician to a female patient : "A
little further, ma'am, if you please-a
little further still." "Why, doctor, clo
yon fbi uk there's no end to woman's
tongue ?" cried tho fair invalid.
"Remember who you are talking to,
Hil 1" ?nid an indignant parent to a frac?
tions boy, "I'm your father, sir!" "Well,
who's to bl.imo for that?" said young
impertinence; "'taint mel"
Tho National Typhogrnphical Union
luivo voted that Aolof slinll bo ono of the
tests of qualification for membership,
and that negroes cannot como in/. 5
QR?88 Wine Bottles, for salo by
SOO FLOUB HABBELS for sale lo?
by S. * G. D. HOPE.
Pore Corn Whiskey.
OA BBL8. Puro Corn WHISKEY, for Mle
?i\J low to doalors. E. A G. D> HOPE,
May 1 Agenta Old North gt?t? Distillaty.
Vinegar 1 Vinegar!! .
5BBLS. Puro Oidor VINEGAR,
5 bbls. Furo White Wine Vinegar.
For Bale low by tho barrel and at retail, by
Jnno ll J. A. T. B. AGNEW
-| rv TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, it 50
JA/ coots por pound by retail, just received
and fur sale by J. A T. B. AGNEW.
? May 20_
Bacon and Floor.
OA AAA LBS. Prime BACON 8IDE8,
200 bbla. FLOUR, at $8 to $14
per Barrel. For ?ale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
AFULL assortment on hand, MILL
STONES and IBONS. purchased at low
FIBHEB, LOWBANCE A FI8HEB
Death to Flies!
CHEMICAL PAPEB for killing Flies-oe
tain death and destruction.
For salo by FISHEB A HEINITSH,
Juno 4 +_Druggists.
FOR making a cool, refreshing beverage i
during the warm days. A healthful drink,
supplying just enough acid to the stomach.
For sale hy FISHER A HEINITSH,
Juno 4 t Druggists.
1AAA HA-LF BOXES SARDINES, at
30 conta por box by retail.
1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardines, ab 25 cents per
box by rotail. For salo bv
May_29 J. A T. B. AGNEW.
r\RANGE" Brand HAMS, best in markcl
\J Turo Loaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beof, Scaled HerringB.
Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongnes, Ac.
Vor salo bv GEO. 8YMMERS.
Oom, Bacon and Flonr.
O AAA BUSHELS COBN.
A.UUU 20.000 POUNDS BACON.
UBLS. FLOUB, and other goods as LOW aa
they CAN BE BOUGHT, by
FISHEB, LOWRANCE A FISHEB.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PBODUCE,
Orders for purchase of Merchandize,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited by
MARK E. COOPEE, Main street.
Best reference*. -.,1-en. March 14 3mo
Claret and Cider.
IC ASK TAH LE CLABET on draught.
Champagne Cider on draught.
Stock of Yt INKS unusually fnil, from com?
mon to finest grades, and offered at very low
prices by_GEO. 8YMMERS.
Tho Reynolds Patent Plow. ' :\
HAVING made arrangements with Messrs.
Wm. Glaze A Co. for the manufacture and
exclaslve sale of this justly celebrated PLOW,
we aro prepared to oifcr them to the country
on good terms. Good toola will always be found
a good investmont. - vi
Feb 28 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHEB.
Fire and Life Insurance.
II. K. NICHOLS di CO., AGENTS,
* COLUMBIA, fl. C..
REPBESENT OLD C?MPANIKS, with ag?
gregate accumulated Capitals, January
1869, of $22,379,174 Od. ! '
AprifBO DB IN8UBBD. Imo
Post Office No. 2.
LETTERS and Papera addressed to the fol?
lowing named persons, "having, wo sup
posed, got into tho wrong box," can bo had cy
applying at tho offico of the undersigned:
B. A. McCaslam, E. H. Hoinitsh. Dr. H. W.
Taylor, Mrs. E. Chappell, R. McGrady, M. J.
O'Heam, J. A. Pitkins, J. L. Neagle, Miss
Snaio Dennis, J. K. Jillson, Superintendent
S. C. B. It. Co., M. M. Crawford, Columbia, 8.
0. E. A O. D. HOPE.
Jone ll _
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
TRAVELS in Java and East Indian Archipe?
lago, with Mapq and Plates, by Biekmoro,
Travela in Alaska, by Whymper,
Phineas Finn, tho Irish member, $1.25,
My Recoil, ctions of Lord Byron, by Countess
Palestine, Syria and Asia Minor, by Freese.
How ho Won Her, by Mrs. Southworth, $1.75
Pro-Historic Nations, by Baldwin, $1.75,
Colorado,ita Parka and Mountains, by Bowlos
Two Life Paths, a romance, by Mumbach, GO
Tho Factory, by Miss Braddon, 75 cents,
Cometh np aa a Flower, 60 cents,
New Photograph Albums Chromos, Ac.
Marooner's Island, sequel to Young Maroon?
er. May 20
THIS HALL is now open to tho publio as a
Persona desiring to loarn the nso of the Ve?
locipede (which is considered a vary hoaltby
exercise) will And a variety of Machines, suited
to hil tastes.
No chargo for instructions.
A.T. STEWART & CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES.
IS FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
"V\7\ X>. Love tJto Oo.
Columbia, South Carolina.
Jdno 9 Imo
OHA LBa- GENUINE DURHAM-direct
&\JKJ from Abe Factory.
400 Lb?. "Commonwealth,"
100 Lbs. "Braoelet."
_ AprUBO JOHN C. 8EEQ?RB.
C%f\ BOXES "Rose Bod," very floe,
Z\j a ?. "Navy."
10 " Common, low pri?e.
April iO JOHN O. 8E1QEB8.
Something Extra Fine!
?THE Triumph Soda Water Ap?
paratus is in foll operation for the
season, with choice Syrups made
of pare joice of fruit, at
Confectionery and Bazaar and Ic? Cream Sa?
loon._. May 30
C. & 8. C. and G. & ?. R. B. Co.'s Gen'l
Freight and Ticket Agent's Office.
COLUMBIA.B. C., MAT 27,18C9.
I fl HUH NUaTirBsWTaTIBrisssi - ON and after
Juno, DAILY ACCOMMODATION TICKETS
will be sold at all First Class Agencies on these
roads to other stations, from which persons
can return sarao day for one fare. Conductors
will furnish tickets at points whore thero are
no Agents. Tlckots good for any returning
train on day of date, but not for any subse?
quent day. -
C. BOUKNIGHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DOBSET, General Freight and Ticket
Agent._Juno ll f!2
New Books at Duffie & Chapman's.
OLD TE8TAMENT HISTORY, by W. Smith,
LL D.. $2. Yesterday, To-Day and For?
ever, a poem, in 12 books, by Bickcrstith, $2.
The- Malay Archipelago: tho Land of tho
Orang-outang and tho Bird of Paradise; Tra?
vels, with maps and 51 engravings, by Wallace,
For Her Bake; a novel, by Frederick W. Ro?
binson, 75 cents.
Tho Mau Who Laughs; by Victor Hugo, 50c.
, Cometh Vp Lik? a Flower, GO cents.
Not Wisely but too Well; by same author. 00.
Kathalecn; by author of Raymond's Heroine.
And many other now novels and good old ones.
Standard PootB-Shnkspearo, Pope, Milton,
Dryden, Campboll, Bums, Tennyson, Mooro
and ot bern, at 50 cents each, in paper binding,
handsomely printed. May 28
tatSt DR. D. X. BOOZER, grateful for the
'?ff^Wliberal patronago ho has received from
the citizens of this city and tho surrounding
District, during the past year, respectfully an?
nounces, that be now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. AU operations on tho
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approvod method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which bo would call special attention to that
known as Reynolds' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, he is enabled,
with confidence, to refer to his patients and to
the patentoe. Office on Main street, over First
Nation al Bank. , ... ?? J>nft
DR. TAT. HO0RE,
IS now prepared to execute io. tjio mos scien?
tific manner all brunch es of lan pro fee? iou.
Tee th extraoted without pain by use of NI?
TROUS X?xrDE GAS: Persons desiring'his
servite would'do well to engage an boor. Oflice
irv! MossrsL Bryan, A. MoCartor'a Bookstore,
Main street, Columbia,.8. C. , April,Hfimo
DBTj G S [ AND' CHEMICALS
FIS II E R I ll EIN USU,
X> JES- >U Cal- Gril fi* !3?,JS? a
OFFER FOR'B?L? a LARGE?BTOCK of
choice Drugs. Cho'mioala and ?undries, nt
Low Prices, at Wholesale apd Retail, ,
CALOMEL/, MORPHIA, CASTOR OIL.
QUININE, OPIUM, EPSOM SALTS.
SUP. OARB. SODA, BLUE STONE.
TURPENTINE. KEBOSENE OIL.
PATENT MEDICINES, ALCOHOL.
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, and
wholesale agents for HEIMTSH'8
Q UEEN'S DELIGHT.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
10 cases Italian Maccaroni,
Young America and Cutting
Fresh Country Butter,
Prime Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in bags and barrels,
Reeker's Self-Raieing Flour,
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider aod White Wine Vinegar,
Java, Laguara and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-cured Hams,
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Hams,
Jeffreys' and McEwen's Scotch Ales,
Barclay A Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsiek Champagne ana Claret,
All fresh, and for sale low by
_Jnne_E. A G. D. HOPE.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,600.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
Deposit* of $1.00 and Upwards Received.
MECHANICS, Laborers, Clerks, Planters,
Professional Men and Trustees can dc po?
ut their Funds and receive B?X per cent, intor
:st, compounded every B?X months.
OK KI CE It H I
GEM. WADE HAMPTON, Prosidont.
Con. J. B. PALMER, Vlco-Prosideni.
THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
J. C. B. SMITH, Assistant Cashier.
Persons at a distance may sond money by
Express. _ May 1
N0WIS YOUR LAST CHANCE !
?SELLING OFF AT A ND BELOW COST!
Don't miss this week It is your best chance
>f buying tho following articles low, for cash:
JPECTACLES, etc., otc.
Also on hand, an assortment of
Gold and Silver Spangles.
At I. SULZ?ACIIER'S,
Jane.8 Sign of Green Spectacles.
THE TWO HOUSES at Butt) and Wost
Kfft ?nd? of tho building? lately occupied by
JUILA. M. Hunt. For particulars apply to
tho subscriber. JOHN ENGLISH.
' June IS_' _ 2*
JUST RECEIVED direct from St. Louia,
Mo., by ralL
OREEN LINE, on commission,
40 bbla. Double Extra Family Flour,
^40 bbls. F. F. F. G. Extra Family Flour, (try !
Which wo offer at greatly reduced prices.
Call and be convinced.
Jone 15 a LBAPHABT A SLOAN.
mAjm I AM now prepared to make or repair.
f Wi at short notice, all kinds of BOOTS AND
' aVLsHOES, for ladies, gentleman, and chil?
dren. Having been ongagod in the business ?
in thia, my native, city for three years, I feel j
warranted in saying that my work ha? given
entire satisfaction. Prices moderate.
Assembly street, opposite John Stork's.
June 15 , 2
First of the Season.
BAGS NEW FLOUR, from the Excel?
ed KJ sior Mills, Augusta, warranted first j
quality. For sal? by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Good! Better!! Best!!!
READER, if you want th? best HAM in
market, try one of Thomas <fc Co.'a Ken?
tucky Hams, sold only by
^layjll_J. A T. B. AGNEW.
Pipes ! Pipes ! !
Ol0! DOZ- Assorted Brier Root, with Metal
20 Doz. do., willi Maerscbaum Lining,
1 Grosa Cane Pipes. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Butter and Cheese.
-| rv TUBS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
1U 20 Boxes Prime CHEESE.
Just recoived by steamer and for sale by
April 27 J. ?t T. B. AGNEW.
PARTIES wanting REAPERS,THRESHING
MACHINES, Ac, will do well to mako their
orders and inquiries at once. Prices from $50
to $500, at Factory.
Meli ll FISHER. LOWRANCE A FD3HBB.
THE Offico of the Citizenq' Savings Bank
will be removed to-morrow, 7th instant, to
their now office, corner Richardson and Taylor
streets. THOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
June 6 - ._j_
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for sale low, by
FISHES. LOWRANCE A FISHER
Fulton Market Beef.
PICKLED Ox Tongues and Suftar-cured
Breakfast Strips. For sale by
June 13_E. A G. D. HOPE.
To Kent. "
FOUR PLEASANT BOOMS and a
KITCHEN, in a very desirable part of j
.the city, suitable for a smaller moderate
sized family. Inquire at this office.
Juno 13_._ . uiw4*
JUST to hand: Bio. Lagnayra, Java and
Mocha COFFEES, . .
Choicest Japan, Hyson and other TE, AS,
. Smoked Tongues, Pickled Salmon, and all
the thousand other things' which go t? make
up a First-Claes Grocerv Storo, for sale by >?
?April 2ft.ii . .. ? : .OEOBQE SYMMEBS^
Notice to Wh??t Growers J ?
OUR STEAM THRESHERS will leave Ctf
? )?mbi? on'Wednasday next for Newberry
County. Persona on. the route .pf tho mam
road pan havo their wheat, threshed in ihe
bust and quickest manaor by. '
. TOZEB A MCALLISTER,
Juno 18 3 ' ? ? Columbia,.8. O. .
Beer! Beer!!' :
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I could hold out supplying them With
Beer thU summer. ? now inform the public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Bear
on hand, which 1 put against any Boer brought
from tho North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and strength. I am Heady
to test it by the Beer scale.
Juno 13_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
' ' . Citation.
IT APPEARING to my satisfaction that tho
heirs of Samuel Jumper, decoased, (names
not known,) residos without the limits of this
statu, it is thereforo ordered that they appear
ia tho Probato Court, holden for Lexington
Comity, South Carolina, within forty days
from this date, to show cause why the real
P?'tSt? of George Fertic, deceased, should not
be partitioned. A. EF1RD,
Probate Jndgo, S. C.
Offico of Probate Court, Lexington County,
Sb (X, June 1. 1809._Jone 2 w7
FRUITS IN AND OUT 0F~ SEASON.
LEMONS AND ORANGES,
ira-Mt Datos, Prunelles,
Jjgps. A fresh lot of fine French Confection?
ery-something rich, rare and palatable.
Fresh Nuts, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lomon Sugar.
Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKES and PIES-fresh and made to order.
Pure CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Seta-a fino, healthy, eut-door exer?
The snbeoriber, intending to give bia friendo
and customers a chance to keep cool, has da
tormincd to reduce tho price of CREAM for
the balance of th? aranon.
Cream per quart, 75 oenta.
Cream per plate, 20 cents.
Ci earn per half plate, 10 cents.
Lemonade and Fruit Beverages, 10 conts per
Call and bo convinced of the correctness of
tho above. J. MoKENZIE,
White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier County, Weat Virginia.
ri^nESE celebrated Springs, so favorably
J. known for their valuable Alterative Waters,
charming Slimmer climate, and as one of tho
most fashionable resorts in tho country, was
opened for company on tho lot li of May, and
with the extensive improvements that have
boen mado will bo prepared for tho comfortable
accommodation of from 1,600 to 2,000 persons.
Tho WHITE SULPHUR is now tho Western
terminus of tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
and the oars of that road (in connection with
t?l?graphia labilities) will ho running to the
Spring? by l?t July. No pains or expenso have
or will bo Hparod to socuro tho comfortable en?
tertainment) in all the varieties of accommo?
dation, of tho large number of vi-ti tora that
will resort to the Springs tho present season.
Our of the Dost Lawn and Ball Room Bands
will bein attendance. An extensive Livery has
buen provided, and mutable arrangement*
mada to facilitate every innocent and rerrea
tivo'anius?m?pt appropriate to a fashionable
Watering Place. . A number of Fancy and Mas?
AnM*ade Balls will be given during tho seaton.
Charlies Will beS'35 per week and $UJ month;
Children under IO yem a of age and colored ser?
vants, half price; white servants, according lo
PHYTONS A CO., Proprietors.
May 19 f!3 White Sulphur Springs, West Ya.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
In the maller of J/ulcot P. Oreen, Bankrupt.
BY virtue- of an order of aale in the above
stated case, to me directed, by the Hon.
Gcorgo 8. Bryan, Judge of the United States
Diotnct Court for the District of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale, at public auction, at
the Court House, in Colombia, on MONDAY,
the 5th day of July next, at ll o'clock A. H.,
The undivided interest of the above named
Bankrupt, being ono moiety of a tract of Land
lying in Bichland County, in the State afore?
said, (including several town lots,) containing
418 acres, more or less; hounded West by the
Congareo River; South by the road leading to
old Granby Ferry; East unrtly by the McCord's
Ferry or old Bluff Road, and partly by land
conveyed by Wm. Glaze to Thomas Davis in
December, 1853, and partly by tho mill tract
' and butober-pen place, and North by lands
belonging to the estate of Mrs. Sarah Taylor.
Also, a right of way through tho butcher-pen
place, tho way to be forty feet wide, measur?
ing from the line of W. G. Hunt's land.
TERMS-Ono-half cash, and the balance on a
crodit of twelve months, to bo secured by the
bond of tho purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises. THOB. J. L.vMOTTE,
Juno 16 5 Assignee.
Mfr Charleston Courier copy.
BY D. 0. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ET parte Samuel Fair-Petition for sale of pe
. rishable and personal estate.
BY order of Wm. H. Wigg, Esq., Judge of
Probate for Richland County, wo will sell,
on WEDNESDAY, tho 30th inst., at 10 o'clock
A. M., in front of our auction storo, without
reservo, tho entire personal property and ef?
fects of Frederick H. Harsh and Mary E.
Barsh, deceased, consisting of various articles
of Household and Kitchen Furnituro, Books,
Ac, Ao. TormB cash. Juno 1G-S0
Valuable Heal Estate at Auction.
By HOLMES & MACBETH, Auctioneers
BY virtno of an ordor of salo, to me directed
by the Hon. Geo. 8. Bryan, Judge of the
United States Li<>trict Court, for tho District
of South Carolina, I will offer for sale, at pub?
lic auction, at tho old Post Office, foot of
Broad Btreet, Charleston, 8. C., upon THURS?
DAY, July 1, at ll o'clock A. M.:
All that lot or parcel of LAND, situated,
lying and being in the city cf Columbia, and
State of South Carolina: measuring and con?
taining in front on Washington street, sixty
six (66) feet, and in depth ono hundred and
four (104) feet-butting and bounding Weat
on lands now, or lato of catato of, Charles
Bock; East on lands of A. Gage and J. D.
Bateman; South on lands of G. T. Antwerp,
and North on Washington Street.
Terms caeh. Purchasers to pay for papers
and stamps. LOUIS McLAIN,
Assignee F. G. DeFontaine.
To whom it may concern: All Lien oredltora
of F. G. DoFontaino are hereby notified that,
pursuant to an order of Court, dated June 10,
18G9, they are required to prove and establish
their liens before J. C. Carpenter, Register, on
or before Joly 1,1869, or else be debarred from
any benefit arising from tho decree to be made
in this ease. , LOUIS McLAIN.
June 12 12,16.21,25,3011
W. D. LOVE. - - B.B. McQBEEBY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
D R Y G O O D S.
rjUIE BUSINESS OF W. D. LOVE will hare
alter be conducted under tho firm name of
W. D. LOVE & CO,
Having a resident Partner in Now York, wo
aro receiving regularly
T -\7%7-? o o sx vV ee k.
Now LINES OF GOODS, thereby adding to
our attractive Stock of Dress Goods, ?m
broideries, White Gooda, Laces, Ac, Ac., Ao.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Juno 15 _'_Colombia, S. C.
Virginia Springs, via South Carolina
COLUMBIA, Juno 15, 1860.
PERSONS donirous of visiting the mineral
springs of Virginia aro respectfully in?
formed that through tickets, cia Richmond, to
the following places can be obtained at the
ticket ofiico of this Company:
Rock Bridge Alum Springs.
White Sulphur Springs.
June 15 j>_ O. J. BOLLIN, Agent.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Cabinet Furniture, &o.
Warerooms Main st.. South of Washington.
ossns^ IN addition to the usual full
Kmpply of House Furnishing
.^aJ^^^^^H loods in his line, is in receipt
of a line of PARLOR AND BED-ROOM FURNI?
TURE, which in style and elegance of finish, as
well as cheapness and durability, cannot be
surpassed in any market South of Baltimore.
Call and examine for yourselves. Orders for
FUNERALS, either in country or city, will be
attended to promptly. Furniture made to
order. Particular attention given to Repair?
ing. Pucking and Jobbing._May 9
Land and City Property for Bale.
14 FIRST CLA8S CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to
. 12 Rooms,
2. 7 2d Clasu City Residences, 6 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 3d Class " " 3 to 6 '**
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of the city,
6. 3 Largo Lots in Waverloy,
7. 14 Tracts Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres, j.
9. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, one of the best!
cotton and stock plantations in tho country, |
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-some of 1
them very desirablo,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgefleld-soveral tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Fanning Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Green rill Court Houao,
IC. 0.000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2 000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 placo, ,
19. 21?* " in York -rich in gold,
20. 7 Fino Plantations In Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Rand in Florida.
Fart ir a dosiring tu purchase or ?oil property
will lind it to their iutorest tu commit us. Wo
have correspondent s in New York, Philadelphia
and Rait ?more, to which points wo constantly
?end descriptivo lists of proper!v for sale.
Marci, 0 GIBBES A THOMAS.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
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the CRESCENT CAS GENERATOR and
CRESCENT OIL. This Oil ?H non-oxplosivo
and given a brilliant light, without the nee of
lainp-ohimneys, or tho trouble of cleaning
thom. Kerosene Rumps alternd to uso tho
Crescent Oil and Gan Generator, af a trilling
expenso. For further information and a sup?
ply of Crescent Oil and Gas Generator, apply
to J. A T. R. AGNEW.