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. Foreign New?.
LISBON, Juno 16.-Rio Jaueiro advices
to the 7th state that the war news is un?
important. James SVataon Webb, the
American Minister to Brazil, ha? taken
bis passport, owing to tho question nt
vnriauce between himself aud tho Bra?
zilian Government relative to claims
against the ship Canada.
LONDON, June 1G.-The Chinese Go?
vernment has apologized for the insult
to Count Rocheelionart, the French Se?
cretary of Legation, whose face was
slapped by a Mundarinn some time ago.
Washington New?. '
WABHD?OTON, June 16.-Tho President
has approved the finding? of the Austin
military commission. Weaver will be
executed on the 2 ll li of September.
The findings of the court at Brownsville
havo been approved. Private Reuben
Smith will bo executed on the 24th of
September for tho murder of John Gray.
The findings . of the court at Atlauta
have been disapproved. Private Ileury
Moyalt, tried for killing a negro, ordered
to be discharged from custody and dis?
missed the Horvieo.
A speciaMo tho Now York papers says
the Bostou peace jubilee was oponed
with prayer by 4,000 preachers.
Advices havo been received hero to the
effect that tho Florida Legislature has
ratified tho fifteenth amoudment.
Internal rovenuo receipts to-day $G18,
Thos. G. Nichols, colored, has been
appointed night inspector of customs nt
The Revenue Department has directed
the suppression of some cighteeu illicit
distilleries in Virginia. The railitaiy are
to be employed, if necessary, to enforce
Brownlow publishes a letter in favor
of universal suffrage. He says for the
Republicans of Tennessee to continue the
restrictive policy when the party every?
where else opposes it, is mischievous
Judge Poshall has demanded $165.000
from George Peabody & Co., Loudon,
realized by them in the Texas indemnity
bonds, covered by the recent decision
against White, Chelia Sc Co.
Bo?twell orders tho purchaso of an
additional $500,000 in bonds next week,
to comply with the law requiring one per
cont, of the entire debt to be purchased
each fiscal year.
TALLAHASSEE, FDA., J?nelo.-The bill
which had been introduced in the House
to equalize accommodation and faro for
whites and negroes on all steamboats,
railroads, &o., was killed to-day by a tie
vote, where it originated.
AUGUSTA, June 16.-During tho circus
performance at Sparta, Ga., yesterday, a
personal difficulty arose between a few
whites and blacks, in which ono negro
, was killed and another mortally wouud
I edi' Tho affair threatened to bo more
general and serious, but was suppressed
1 by the Sheriff and leading citizens.
Adkiu D. Lewis, a citizen of Burke
County, was assaulted in his field, to?
day, by a negro, who stabbed him to
death and fled.
CHARLESTON, Juno 1G.-Arrived
steamer James Adgor, New York. Sailed
i-steamer Magnolia, New York; schoon?
ers N. W. Smith, New York; Matilda
Brooks, Jacksonville, Florida.
FINANCIAL, AXU CO.MIUEHC1AI..
NEW YOKE, Juuo 10-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled. Money active ; Sterling 9as'.
Gold 37^0. Corn dull and l(<7>2c. lower.
Mess pork 32.75. Lard quiet-steam
19??@1%'. Cotton firmer-uplands 33.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm, with sales of
4,800 bales, at 31|jj. Flour firm-super?
fine email@example.com; common to fair extra
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat a shade filmer. Corn
dull, and 2@3o. lower. Pork a shade
firmer, at 32.75. Lard quiet-kettle 20
@20j^. Whiskey firm. Rico easier
Carolina 8@9. Sugar quiet. Coffee
firm. Molasses dull. Freights firmer.
., Gold active, at 38. Stocks unsettled.
BALTIMORE, June 1G.-Cotton very
firm, at 33. Flour very dull aud favors
buyers. Whoat firm aud unchanged.
Corn-whito 1.02; yellow 93. Pork firm,
nt 33.50. Bacon active-shoulders 15'.j;
hams 21(?)22. Lard firm, at 20. Whis
key firm, at 1.01.
CINCINNATI, June 16.-Whiskey 95.
Fork 33.10. Lard held nt 19Bacon
firm-shoulders 14't'; sides 17'.j@18.
NEW ORLEANS, Juuo 16.-Cotton in
fair demand and advanced lc-middling
31>2?32 ; sales 850. Gold 37^'. Flour
market bare-superflue G.0U; double
6,37 ; treble 0.50. Corn 1.00. Pork
34.75. Bacon-shoulders 15'4 ; clear
rib 18Ja ; clear 19. Lard tierces 20 ;
keg ; 21 ; relined lard lc. higher. Sugar
nominal-common 9_'.;(//10,'^ ; primo 14.
Molasses nominal. Whiskey 92,.j(<i>95.
MoniLB, June 1G.-Sales of cotton to?
day GOO bales-low middlings 30a30*?? ;
SAVANNAH, Juno 16-Cotton market
continues very firm aud active-mid?
dlings 31 ; sales 350 bales ; receipts 2G0.
AUGUSTA, Juno 16.-Cotton market
very Grm, with Bales of 400 bales; re?
ceipts 58; mid lliug 31.
CHARLESTON, June 16.-Cotton firmer
with sales of 250 bales-middlings 31;
LONDON, Juno 16-Noon.-Consols
92 V Bonds 8J.
LONDON, Juno 16-Evening.-Consols
92!.i. Bonds 80??.
LIVERPOOL, dune 16-Noon,-Cotton
active-uplands 11\, ; Orleans 12. Dom
b aysbipmeuts to the lilli 62,000 bah s.
LIVERPOOL, Jun? 10-Evening.-Cot?
ton active-uplands lli aOiVl; sales 20,
GETTING His SHARE.-Since Sambo
has had his civil rights there ha? been
hardly an execution without a colored
gentleman at tho uncomfortable end of
A Negro Mnyor for \Vm?lilnpttm~.\rl?
toermoy Ainony (Ue DtiikUs.
The following despatob.es from the
Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald, gives some further indica
tiona of tho drift of tbe black current ut
tho national capital :
Tho next mo'vo of the colored Repub?
licans of this city is to be an effort to
elect oue pf their race, John F. Cook, aa
Mayor of Washington. Cook has just
beon elected Registrar, one of the most
importaut offices iti the eily.' His co?
lored brethren say they must boro him
as their next Mayor, at every hnzard.
They contend that they do all the heavy
voting nod elect all the Republican can?
didates, and therefore are eutitled to
control something better than the mere
Registrarship and a few Aldormon and
Councilmen. Cook, though popular
with moat of the old colored settlers,
looks down upon the poor blacks, and
particularly the Virginia contrabands,
whom ho thinks unfit for decent colored
socioty. It is said that during Lincolu's
time, Cook advised Old Abe not to allow
the contrabands to come to Washington,
on the ground thut it would ruin busi?
ness. How this will go down with his
colored citizens remains to bo seen.
Major Richards, tho Superintendent of
Police, was a pretty prominent candidate
for tho Mayoralty uutil tho riot on Mon?
day last. It is believed that his prompt
action to suppress that littlo disorder
baa destroyed his last, chalice of success,
aud that Cook will certainly get the
nomination and bo elected, lt is re?
marked here that while the blacks are
clamoring for admission to the theatres
on the white level, they do not practice
tho same equality in their dealings with
each other. Thus the most fashionable
barbers here aro colored men, who will
on no account descend to shave u darkey.
Their reason is, perhaps, not that they
object on their own account, but because
it would ruin their whito custom.
Stewart, who was elected Alderman of
tho First Ward on Monday, is a colored
man and a barber, and was objected to
by somo of his raco becanso ho would
not let negroes be shuved and ont in
his artistic establishment. "Do you
think I'm going to vote for a colored
man because he ia a Republican, when
he thinks us not respectable enough to
be shaved in his atore?" was the sharp
answer of some of the colored voters
whose ballots was asked for Stewart. It
is the same thing in the resturnnts.
Many of them are kept by colored men
and have the moat respectable whito pa?
tronage. Of course they decline to allow
Sambo to squat at the name tables with
their white customers. Thus, it will be
seen, that the theatre question is not the
only one that will create trouble, and
that that trouble is likely to recoil ou
the black himself.
THE WASHINGTON NEGROES DETERMINED
TO CLAIM SKATS IN THE THEATRES.
It waa telegraphed by certain corres?
pondents that no danger would grow out
of the law recently passed by the Muni?
cipal Council of this city, compelling the
admission of colored peopple to all places
of amusement on an equality with
whites. The reason assigned was that
the colored people had determined not
to thrust themselves offensive by upon tho
whites. Tho following letter, written to
a Washington paper by John F. Cook, a
colored man, just elected Registrar of
this city, shows that at least somo color?
ed people intend to avail themselves fully
of the rights guaranteed them uuder this
"2b the Editor of the Chronicle.
"I see by an item in your local co?
lumns that Messrs. John F. Cook and
Carter A. Stewart called on the managers
of the National Theatre and assured
them that the colored poople had no in?
tention of attempting to gain admittance
to any part of said theatre except the
galleries. This statement, ns far ns I am
concerned-and I might say for Mr.
Stewart-ia wholly false. I never was in
the theatre in my life, for tho reason of
its making distinction on account of
color; and, having labored long and
earnestly to break down such degrading
barriers, I am the last man to shame a
record of which I nm proud, and shall
avail myself often of the privilege that I,
with others, have labored to been re for
tho colored people of our city. I have
no compromise or truco to make on this
matter with any manager or anybody
elso. Respectfully, ?fee,
"JOHN F. COOK."
Tho portrait painters of Paris now
represent the ladies whose likenesses they
have to paint in tho attitudes and cos?
tume of certain mythological characters
painted l>y the famous masters. It is
strange, but truo, that "Leda" portraits
aro most in demand among tho fashiona?
ble ladies of the Frouch capital. As a
compromise with modesty, tho lathes
poso behind a screen, tho artist making
Iiis sketch from tho reflection in a mir?
COOLIE LABOR.-A despatch from St.
Joseph, Mo., sa yu:
"Fred. K. Foreman passed through
here on tho way to commence a lecturing
tour through the Southern Slates with u
view to an extensivo introduction of coo?
lie serfdom throughout tho South."
"Cuft', can you tell mo tho difference
between an accidont and a misfortune?"
"I gives it up, Pomp; can you?" "Yes;
if a certain carpet-bag Judge should fall
into tho river, that would bo an accident;
if somebody would pull bini out, it would
be a misfortune."
Two "ladies" wore having some words
together on tho road-side, when tho
daughter of ono of them popped her
head ont of the door and cried: "He
quick, mother, and call her a thief be?
fore she calls you ono."
A young M.1). having asked permission
of n girl to kiss her, sho replied, "No,
thank you; 1 never liko a doctor's bill
stuck in my face."
A colored gentleman of Connecticut
recently celebrated with great enthusi?
asm thc passage of tho "Fifteenth Com?
Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, Jnne ?5, 1869.
Present-His Honor tho Mayor, Alder?
men Agnew, Batea, Bryan, Chifley, Gei?
ger, Hope, Hussung, Radcliffe, Shields,
Walter and Waring.
The miuntes of the last regular meet?
ing were read and confirmed.
A petition, signed by several citizens,
was presented, complaining of a house
occupied by Mary Seibert, and a hut oc?
cupied by Jerry Lyles, iu Ward No. 4,
as nuisances, beiug resorts for persons
of disreputable characters, receptacles
for stolen goods, aud a great annoyance
to tho neighborhood.
On motion, referred to tho Mayor,
with powor to act.
A petition was presented by James M.
Allen, asking permission to erect a kiln
in the Stato House yard, for the purpose
of drying lumber, stating that measures
would bo taken to guard tho city and in?
habitants from annoyance and danger.
On motion, tho prayer of tho petitioner
Application for renewal of licence to
retail spirituous liquors were presented
by thc following persons, and referred
to the Committee on Licenses:
Tavern license-W. A. Carr it Co.,
Lewis Daniels, Wm. McGuinnis, M.
Brannon, Hugh Weir, James Clancy,
Robert Joyner, Dennis MoGuinilis, Jos.
Quart license-O. Z. Bates, M. Coin
Tho following accounts were presented
E. & G. D. Hope, ngainst Alms House
and City Hospital; Hopson <fc Sutpheu,
against Street Department aud for dog
collars; J. W. Smith, sgaiust Aluin
House; J. A. Selby and Kirkwood & Co.,
against Mark et Department.
Au accouut of C. Waring, for fencing
tho Fair Grounds, $379, authorized b}
Council, wu8 ordered to be paid.
G. T. Borg, Ci y Surveyor, presented
his resignation to Couucil, which was,
on motion, accepted.
Reports from the Board of Health,
presenting various premises iu the eitj
us being in bad order, and reporting sun
dry nuisances; also suggesting cert ait
measures with a view to promote tin
sanitary condition of the city, were rcat
and received as information.
A communication from Dr. B. W. Tay?
lor, President of tho Board of Health
was also read, recommending thut al
citizens bo made to use lime or othei
disinfectants in their privies or wate
closets, onco each month, from the ls
of May to tho 1st of November.
On motiou, the Mayor was reqnestei
to havo n notice published in tho dail;
paper to that effect.
Tho Committee of Ways and Mean
reported the monthly report of the Cit,
Clerk for May as being correct. Cou
The Committee on Accounts reporte
the following accounts a? correct, an
recommended their payment:
Water Works-James Brown, $27.OC
and Goldsmith & Kind, $37.50. Alni
House-J. M. Dont, $12.30, and M. I
lio wer, $22.00. City Hospital-J. M
Report received and adopted.
Tho Committee on Streets prescott
the following report:
Tho Committee on Streets, to who:
was referred the petition of Dr. R. V
Gibbes, Wm. Steiglitz, and others, i
relation to condition of drains, respec
fully report that they have remedied tl
same as much us practicable in tl
present condition of the city finance
I In the opinion of your committee, min
cun be done bj* tho occupants of the lo
complained of to abate such nnisanc
by preventing tho flow of dirty wat
from their premises.
Report received and adoptad.
Tho Committee on Market report
the niouthly report of the Clerk of t
Market for May as being correct. Co
The Committee on Guard House ni
Police reported tho monthly report
tho Chief of Polico for May as bei
correct. Concurred in.
The following report was presented
a special committee:
The committee to whom was referr
the account of John Burdell, for servil
rendered us Child of Police and hire
servants, beg leave to report that I
salary for tho year ending 19th Api
1804, was $1,200 per annum, at win
dato he was elected at a salary of $2.t
per year, and that he remained in oil
until 17th February, I8ti5. having fr?
that date ceased to perform the dot
to which he was elected. Your como
tee also report that tho hire of his s
vants ceased at sumo lime, neither hi
self or servants having rendered n
services after the foregoing date.
The compensation agreed upon at I
time of his election was well linderst?
lo be tho current funds of the day, v
Confederate money; tho Major of 1
city, City Clerk, Police and employ
having received their pay in these fun
and the tuxes being levied in this c
rency exclusively. Burdell seems
have been the only officer who refll:
to receive this money, (which your cc
mittee believe was tendered to hi
although it must havo been well um
stood when he became a candidate, ?
: was elected flint, bis pay was to be
i current funds of the period, in which
i public officers of the city and Stale w
then paid. Your committee believe
compensation ample, as it carried wit
exemption from military service. Mi
' parties would have been willing to h
i paid the city for tho office for tho j:
1 pose of si curi' ?: tho military exempli
! Your committee can only lix the wo
of the : vs, Nelson, Sam and .lim
tho rate . ; aid by tho city to other |
tics nt thc samo timo, and paid in st
currency. . From reports in tho City
Clerk's office, it appears that Dr. John
Doutwright waa paid, on July 1, 1864.
for eight mouths services of boy ut $25
per month, and that Jamen Jonea was
paid, on October 5, 1864. $52 for one.
month's hire of boy. From this, it ap?
pears that 825 per month was rate of
wages for 1863, and 850 per month for
1864, all.payable iu Confederate cur?
rency. Your committee have consulted
the City Attorney, who ndvises that Bm
dell cannot recover his bill aa rendered,
and that his bill will have to be sealed
down to tho equivalent of corporate
mouey, contracted to bo paid according
to tho gold valuation, or the scale of vo?
iries fixed by tho late Legislature.
If, by the former plan, tho amount
duo bim for . services and hire would
amount to 8341 37, and if, by the latter.
8379.73 io tJoited States currency, aa for
culculutions auuexed. As Burdell ac?
knowledges a discount for three mules
8370, your committee report th ut the
city of Columbia is iudebtod to bim
89.23; and, therefore, recommend that
tlie same be paid on bis signing a re?
ceipt, relieving tho city from nil claims
of every nature whatever.
W. T. WALTER.
Report received and adopted.
Thu report of the committee appointed
to examine the Fair Grounds, wilda view
to holding a State Fair, laid over from
last meetiug, was postponed for fut uri
Tho investigation of tho case of Po
'iceman Gurley, charged with conduct
unbecoming a policeman, was postponer
until next meeting of the Council.
A lull, entitled "An Ordinance for the
regulation 'of Sidney Park, and forothei
purposes," received its second reading
On motion, taken np for its third read
ing, passed, its title changed to nn Ordi
nance, was duly ratified, and became i
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE REGULATION O]
8TDNEY PARK. AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
SECTION 1. De il ordained by the Mayo;
and Aldermen of the. City of Columbia i)
Council assembled. That on and after tin
passage of this ordinance, it shall not bi
lawful for any person or persona to break
pull or destroy, or in any manner mutil?t*
?ny of tho trees, plants, or shrubbery
contained within the enclosure known n
Siduey Park, or any of tho shade-trees ii
tho streets of the city.
SEO. 2. De it further ordained, That n?
person or persona shall wantonly disturl
the city springs, or reservoirs containinj
tho water for the supply of said city, b;
fishing therein, or by throwing in sticks
stones or trash, or by washing tho per
son or nny article therein of any kind o
SEC. 3. De it further ordained, Tba
it shall be unlawful for any disrepntab!
or loose character to walk the pnbli
streets after nightfall, or within Sidne;
Park, at any time, to the annoyance o
SEO. 4. Jin il further ordained, Tbr
any person or persons offending ognin?
any of the provisions of this ordidanc
shall be subject to a penalty of not lei
than ten dollars for each and ever
offence, at the discretion of tho Mayo
A bill entitled "An ordinance to arnon
an ordi naneo concerning streets." ive
received its second rending. On inotioi
taken np for its third reading, amende*
passed, its title changed to un ord inane
was duly ratified and became a law.
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN OliDINANI
CONCERNING STREETS, PAVEMENTS, ET
SECTION 1. De il ordained bu the Mail
and Aldermen of tho eily of Columbia.
Council assembled, and by the authority
the same. Excavations in any street
alley shall bo securely covered at. ?
times when perseus are not at wo
therein, arel sueh excavations, wh
made for tho purpose of laying gas
water pipe, shall hive tho earth w
rammed when dosing the samo, und t
street loft iu as good condition as lief?
said excavation, under a penally of fi
dollars, to bo collected from the pm
ordering the excavation to be made.
SEC. 2. No person shall rido a velo
pede or wheel n barrow or hand-ci
along tho pavements of the city, um
a penalty of five dollars for ?ach. a
Proposals for white-washing the M
ket were presented bj sundry perso
On motion, they worn referred to I
Committee on Market, with power
Tho followiug resolutions wcro offei
By Alderman A "new:
Resolved, That -renfler all ncc.ou
and claims for payment must bo cortil
to by the person authorized to pureba
and approved by tho Chairman of
Committee in whose department tho a
oles were furnished, before they are !
with the Oily Clerk for presentation
Council, otherwise they will be returi
for the proper approval.
By Al lermun Bates:
Resolved, That the Committee
Guard House and Police bo anthon:
to rent out that portion of the jail km
ns the Council Chamber, Guard Hoi
etc., to the best advantage to thc cit}
Hy Alderman Hope:
Resolved, That a Committee of Tl
bo appointed by the Mayor to re pres
the stock held by tho eily i'< the Cl
lotto and South Carolina Railroad C<
puny and tho Columbia and Angl
Railroad Company, nt the meeting
stockholders to be held on the 7th pr
Aldermen Hope, Bryan and Ge
were appointed iu accordance with
The following resolution, offered
Alderman Walter, was not adopted;
Resolved, That the Committee
Streets bo authorized to have then
running from Richardson to Assen
streets, between Plain and Taylor stn
properly graded, and a brick or st
drain laid thrungli the centre to carr
On motion, Council adjourned.
J. S. MoMAHON, City Cler
On Wednesday, tho 9th inst., in Charleston,
S. C., bv tho Ker. Father Northror, Mr. JOS.
BEATTY, or Charleston, and Miss ELLEN
it Ult PHY. of Columbia, 8. C.
HOW HOSTBTTBR'R B1TTBR9 CUIIE
DYSPEPSIA-TUE WHOLE STORY IN A
NUT-8HELL.-Tho offico of tho stomach is to
convert the food into a creani-liko semi fluid,
called chyme. This is effected partly by tho
action of a solvent, called tho gastric juice,
which exudes from the coating of tho stomach,
and partly by a mechanical movement of that
organ, which churns, as it were, tho dissolving
alim?nt. Tho chyme pasaos from the stomach
into tho duodennm, or entrance to the bowels,
whore it is subjected to tho action of tho hilo,
and tho nutritious portion of it converted into
a finid called chyle, which eventually becomes
Now, it is evidont that if the groat solvent,
tho gastric juice, is not producod in sufficient
quantity, or if tho mechanical action of tho sto?
mach ia not sufiiciontly brisk, tho first prooess
of digestion will bo but imperfectly performed.
It ii also clear that if tho liver, which plays
such an important part in changing tho non?
'rlaning portion of the chymo into tho material
of tho blood, is congealed, or in any unnatural
condition, the second procese will not be tho?
roughly accomplished. Tho result of tho two
failures is dyspepsia, complicated with bilious?
Tho mode in v.Inch HOSTETTER'S BIT?
TE K'S operate in such oases is this: They in?
vigorate tho cellular membrane of tho sto?
mach, which evolves tho gu*Lrio juice, thereby
insuring an atnplu sufficiency of thc fluid to
completely dissolve tho food. They also act
upon tho nerves of tho stomach, causing an
acceleration of tho mechanical movomont ne?
cessary to reduce thc food to a homogenous
mass. They also act specifically upon tho
liver, strengthening it, and so enabling it to
produce an ampio and regular supply of hilo,
for tho purposo of converting tho nutritious
particles of tho chyme into chyle, and promolo
tho passage through tho bowels of tho useless
' In thia way, H0STETTE1VS BITTERS cure
dyspepsia and liver complaint. Tho explana?
tion is plain, simple, philosophical and true.
ALL porsons having claims against the es?
tate or JOHN STORK, deceasod, of Rich?
land County, are requested to hand them in,
properly attested; and all indebted will mako
immediato payment to
Yt. H. STORK, Administrator.
The State of South Carolina.
UY THE BOARD OF STATE CANVASS
WHEREAS, in pursuance of an Aci enti?
tled "Au Act to pr?vido for an Ehction
to lill certain Vacancies in County Offices,"
p issod ou tho 23d day of Marchi A. D. I860,
.djootiona buYe been hold for Judges of Proba'e,
Clerk of Court, Behool and County Commiti
dqnera, and Coroners, and upon examination
of the ra turds,'which have been received, it ap?
pears thu-, tho following persons have been
Josse S. Craig, Judge or tho Probate Court
of thu County of Colleton.
W. M Nelson, Judge or tho Probate Court
of the County or Fairfield.
U. L. Heriot, Jiulgo or tho Probate Court or
thu County of Sumter.
Wm. E. Churlos, Clerk of the Court of Com?
mon Pleas and llenera! Scnaious of tho County
W. II. Ilayiile, School Commissioner of tho
. .'ounty of Anderson:
Natli;. del Freeman, School Commissioner or
the County or Laurens.
E. J. Cain, School Commissioner of tho
County of Orangeborg.
N. E. F.dwards, School Commissi- i.er or tho
County of Richland.
VV. li. Taggart, County Commissioner or tho
("ounty of Abbeville.
L. P. (lulfin, County Commissioner or the
County of Abbeville.
Win. J. Crawford, ("ounty Commissioner or
thc County or Fairfield.
R. O. Bush, County Cominiesiouer or the
County or Georgetown.
T. ?. McDowell, County Commissioner or
tho County or Georgetown.
lt. Livingston, County Commissioner of the
County or (lorry.
J. P. Motherland, County Commissioner or
tho County of Kershaw.
H. L. Smith, County Commissioner or tho
County of Lexington.
lt. L. Crook, County Commissioner of tho
County of York.
lt. jones, Coroner of the Countv or Abbe?
Geo. Hammond, Coroner or tho County of
Dr. li. Cornwell, Coroner or the County or
N. S. Smith. Coroner or tho County or Ches
J. J. Halford, Coroner ol tho County of Col
Jno. G. Catlin, Coroner or tho County ot
P. A. Eichelberger, Coronor or tho County
Holier! Hawthorne, Coroner or tho County
Wm. C. Munncrlyn, Coroner or tho County
Jno. H Moroney, Coroner or thc County of
Wiley Fowler, Coronar of the County or Lau?
\V. lt. Treadwell, Coroner or tho County or
J. VY. tlollimau, Coroner of the County of
Jno. W. Major, Coroner or tho County or
S. B. Thompson, Coroner or tho County of
S. T. Wilson, Coroner of tho County of Sum?
J. II. Oiilliiiaii, Coroner or tho County of
J. H. Fay sons, Coroner of tho County of
One volo wni thrown out at Calhoun's Mills,
sui.I vote having been given under compulsion,
contrary, lo the wishes of the voter. This par
tie.tdar lac! was substantiated hy an affidavit,
rho fact that violeuco and intimidation wen
used at said polling placo was also substan-1
tuieil by numerous affidavits.
WY il,,, therefore, bv virtue ?.r the powers in :
us vested, certify and declare thal tho above
mentioned parties have been duly elected lo ;
lill the various offices respectively refell ed to.
Givin under our hands ami tho neal of tho
State, in tho citv of Columbia, this lGtll ol ,
T.lav of June, A. J>. 186U, and in the ninety?
third year of tho indopendoucn of the United
?.States of Amer! :a.
V. L. 0ARDOZ0, Socretary of Stato.
M I.Ks G. PARKER, Treasurer S. C.
J. L. NEAGLE, Comptrollcr-GenT. j
June 17 1 I
Bacon Shoulders, Cheese, Sugar, Flour, dc.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
Wo wiU ?ell, THIS (Thursday) MORNING, tho
17rh inst., at our auction storo, without re?
servo, at half-past 9 o'clock,
3.000 lbs. SHOULDERS.
15 boxes Cheese.
23 harrols Flour.
10 tubs Goshen Butter.
25 tubs Extra Lards.
10 boxes Primo Grocery Sugar.
20 caBOs Bourbon Whiskey.
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, consisting
of Mattresses, Pillows find Bolsters, Bedstead,
Tables, and many other articles.
Conditions cash. Juno 17
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & 80N.
In the matter of Halcot P. Green, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an ordor of salo in the above
stated case, to mo directed, by the Hon.
Ooorgo S. Bryan, Judgo of tho United States
District Court for tho District of South Caro?
lina, I will offer for sale, at public auction, at
the Court House, in Columbia, on MONDAY,
the 5th day of July next, at ll o'clock A. M.,
The undividi d interest of the abovo named
Bankrupt, heilig ono moiety of a tract of Land
lying in Richland County, in the Stato afore?
said, (including several town lots,) containing
418 acres, more or less; boundod West by the
Cungaroo River; South by the road leading to
. ?ld (tranby Ferry; Eaet partly by tho McCord's
Kerry or old Bluff Road, and partly by land
conveyed by Wm Glaze to Thomas Davis in
December, 1853, and partly by tho mill tract
und butchor-pen placo, and North by lands
belonging to the estate of Mrs. Sarah Taylor.
Also, a right of way through the butcher-pen
placo, the way to bo forty feet wide, measur?
ing from thu lino of W. G. Hunt's land.
TERMS-One-half cash, and the balance on a
credit of twelve months, to bo secured by tho
bond of the purchaser and a mortgage of tho
premises. THOS. J. LAMOTTE,
Junu 10 5 Assignee
SOT CliarlcBton roncier copy.
Under order of Judge of Probate, David Grad
ick vs. Elias Gradick e.t al.-Petition for Par?
IN pursuance of au order m.ido by Wm. Hut
son Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Richland
County, directed to me, I will sell, on the
FIRST MONDAY in July next, in front of the
court house, in Columbia, within tho legal
A tract of LAND containing 200 acres, moro
or loss, situated on Cedar Creek, in the Coun?
ty of Richland; bounded by lands of David
Gradick, Wcsloy Sarter, Daniel Leitner and
Elias Gradick; being the tract of land on
which tho late Christina Gradiok, deceased,
TERMS or SALE.-Cash enough to pay costs
of these proceedings, and one-half of bid; ba?
taneo in twelve mouths from date, with inte?
rest, Hoeurcd by mortgage of premises. Pur?
chaser to pay for stamps and papers.
June 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. It. C.
WE have Inst received 100 bales of that
fine MEADOW HAY. Those in want
will do well to call and supply themselves from
this lot. D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
State South Carolina- -Richland County.
IN THE COURT OF PROBATE.
By William Rutson Wigg, Judge of Probate
in Richland County.
WHEREAS, SIMON MAY hath appliod to
me for letters of administration on tho
cBtHto of BENJAMIN F. RANDOLPH, lato of
South Carolina, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular tho kindred and creditors of
tho Baid deceased, to be and appear before mo
at a Courtof Proliato for the said County, to
bo holden at Columbia, on the lat day of
July, 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause,
if any, why thc aaid administration should not
Given under mv hand and tho seal of tho
Court, thin 16th day of Juno, A. D. 18G9,
aud in tho ninety-third year of American
WM. HUrsON WIGG, Judgo of Probato.
STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 16. 1869.
UNDER an Act for tho Convereion of the
Stato Securities, tho Treasurer of tho
State is prepared to issuo Bonds bearing 6 per
cent, interest, pavable semi-annually, for Re?
gistered Stock. Bonds aro prepared for $100,
1600 and $1,000. Fractions may bo returned
in Certificates of Stock. Persons d?sirons of
converting their Stock into Bonds will please
present their Certificates at this office with
name endorsed upon tho back, witnessed.
Persons having Coupon Bonds desirous to
procure Registered Stock in lieu thereof will
pleaso present tho samo to this office, with in?
Where parties cannot attend in person to
transact their buuincHS at this office, it is pro
ferrable that tho same should bo transacted
through some authorized agent.
NILES G. PARKER,
Juno 17 14_Treasurer Stato B. C.
NINETY days after date application will be
made for renewal of Certificates of TEN
SHARES South Carolina Railroad and Bank
Stock, dato and number unknown.
Renewal of Certificates for TEN HALF
SHARES same Road and Bank, No. 345, dated
March BO, I860.
Renewal of Certificates of SEVEN SHARES
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad, No.
1,981, dato unknown.
All standing in tho name of John T. Good?
wyn, aud originalrt lost.
THOMAS TAYLOR, Executor.
Juno 17 _mo3
State of South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Juno IG, 18C9.
THE INTEREST dun on tho BONDS of the
Stato of South Carolina since July 1, 1867,
will he paid on and after Julv 1, 1869, at the
Banking Houso of H. H. KIMPTON, No. 9
Nassau street. New York, and at the TREA?
SURY OFFICE, at Columbia, 8. C.
Tho interest duo on tho Registered Stock of
the Stato since July 1, 1867, will ho paid at tho
Treasury Department in Columbia onlv.
NILES G. PARKER,
July 17 l-l Treasurer state ?._0._
Broad River Bridge Company.
AM EE FING OK STOCKHOLDERS will bo
held at the Hall of the Independent Firo
Engine Company, TO-MORROW [Friday]
MORNING, at ll o'clock A. M. Prompt and
gem ral attendance is requested as husinoss of
importance will he brought In fore the meet?
ing. G. W. DEARDEN,
Juin 17 2 Secretary and Treasurer.
Something Extra Fine!
^ s THE Triumph Soda Water Ap
^'t?P&^??. Pnratll8 is iu full operation for tho
^MjL^?Srt ?'eiison, wit li choice Syrups niado
jp^flpffij^ -f pure jiiii - of fruit, ?it
Confectionery and Bazaar and I< v Cream Sa?
loon. May 30
Of) BOXES "Roae Rud," very Ono,
10 *' (.'minnon, low price.
April 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.