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MADRID, June 21.-The President of a
Cadiz Republican club has be?ri arrested
for speaking against Serrano aud cans? ug
excitement. Prim said to the Cortea
that tho Government must be inflexible,
and even cruel, in suppressing disorder.
Paus.. June 2l -The city is tranquil.
MILAN, June 21.- The tumultuous as?
semblies dispersed before the military
without resistance. The Prefect throat
ens Bovero measure? if the tumalti aro
WASHINGTON, June 21.- Tho 'Busteed
impeachment committee has adjourned
The Internal Reveuuo officers have
seized 150,000 segara and 310,000 worth
of machinery, at Now Haven, belonging
to the National Segar aud Tobacco
After June 30, Bontwell will parchase
$1,000,000 worth of bonds and sell
$1,000.000 in gold, on alt?rnale weeks,
until further notice.
Judge Fisher hos ordered the Marsha
of tho Criminal Court to summon ne?
groes to fill vacancies in the grand nod
petit jurie?. Niuo negroes have been
plaoed on thu lists.
Three Government compositors have
resigned in consequence of the presence
Internal revenue receipts to day over
Du iu eat lc New*.
NEW YORK, June 21.-Tho school ship
Saratoga, from Hnvaua, is quarantined,
with twenty oases of yellow fever on
boord. Four deaths have occurred.
Tho Swedenborgiau Ooufereuoe elect-'
ed Gundy Berke, of New Orleans, a
member of. the Executive Committee,
-rice Herschel- V. Johnson, to whom ob?
jection was mudo on accouut of re-elec?
SAN FRANCISCO, June 21.-The steam?
ship Great-Republic hus arrived, bring?
ing 1,200 Chinese. The rain Stonewall
drovo off two aud destroyed ono rebel
ST. LOUIS, Juue 21.-Fifty prominent
business Arms have guaranteed the Grain
Association against loss by bringing an
ocean steamer from New York, loading
her with grain.
ST. LOUIS, Juue 21.-The Indians at?
tacked a surveying party near Sheridan.
Kansas. Tho Surveyors killed four and
wounded several, when the Indians lied.
MONROX, LA., June 21.-Several build?
ings were consumed hy iiro last night.
KEY WEST, June 21.-The bark Lucy
A. Nichols, from Havana for New York,
has arrived. The captain and six of the
crew aro down with jellow fever.
CHARLESTON, Juno 21.-Arrived -
steamer J.- W. Everman, Philadelphia.
Sailed-steamer Aspiuwall, Port au
ARREST OF NEGROES IMPLICATED IN TUE
MURDER OF MR.'ROBERT P. Suaas.-A
special telegram to the Charleston News,
dated Florence, Juno 10, says:
It will bo remembered that Cyrus
Coachman, the negro hung at Darling?
ton, yesterday, for the murder of Roberi
P. Suggs, (white) ou the 10th of January.
1868, confessed that Sim Evans und
Charlie Howe, (negro witnesses for the
State against Coach mau, and who, as
deputy sheriffs arrested bim,) organized
the party that killed Suggs und robbed
his store. As soou as the confession was
made Governor Scott was telegraphed to
for instructions. He ordered the ne?
groes to be arrested at once. Accord?
ingly, last night, n constable arrested Sim
Evans at his house here, and then wuut
to Howe's house, where Howe was found
lying on the floor asleep. Tho constable
aroused him, and stated that ho wanted
him to go to Darlington. Howe replied,
"I've just been dreaming of Darlington;
I am ready to go with yon." It, i*
thought that thcro js sufficient evidence
to hang both negroes.
TnE DUTIES OF RAILROAD CONDUCTOR*.
The New York Supreme Court has de?
cided that if a passenger ou a railway
train cannot find a seat, and gets in?
jured while standing, in consequence,
upon the platform, ho is not to be blamed
for negligence; but that the negligence
must bo imputed to the conductor. Ii
is the latter's business to find a seat for
the passenger, not the passenger's busi
ness to look for one.
A Western editor is pleased to I e face?
tious over the names of Maine lakes.
He says: "They say the fish in Lake
Holley-bnnkemunk, Maine, are said to
be superior to those of either Like
Weeleyobaoook or Moosetoekmegant-ue.
Those of Chuubungogungamauug war*
very fine, bnt they all got choked to
death in trying to tell where they lived!"
Tho latest thing in dresses-Night?
"Tall oaks from little acorns grow,
Large streams from little fountains flow. "
Seven years ago tho PLANTATION BIT?
TERS were but littlo known. To-day
there is not a nook or corner of our land
where they are not. found and used. The
sale has reached the enormous number
of Five Millions of Bottles annually, and
it is constantly increasing. It only shows
what eau be done w ith a really good me
dicine, and a systematic course of mak?
ing it known. Perhaps no medicine in
tho world was ever so deservedly popu?
lar as the PLANTATION BITTERS. Go where
you will, among the rich or poor, and
you will always Hud these Bitters in use
Their merit has become un established
fact, and wo cordially recommend them
in cases of dyspepsia, loss of appetite,
chills and fever, headache, &c, ic.
MAGNOLJ? WATER.-Superior lo th
best import- i I o rman Cologne, and sohl
at half tho p. icc. J19 J8
?N?W YORK, Jono ai-Noon.- Stocks
unsettled. Moneveotive, at 7, with 1-82
commission. Sterling 9#v Gold 36&.
Flour and wheat active and firm';' Corn
lc. butter. Pork firm, at 88.00. Cotton
quiet, at 83#. Freights dall.
BALTIMORE, June'21.--Cotton quiet, at
33(?j83??. Flour dull und favor buyers.
Wheat dull and unchanged. Corn lower;
white 93i'al95; yellow 84(3187. Pork flrrov
at 34. B?oou shoulders ?5)?. Lard 20(21
20M- Whiskey ?carce, at email@example.com. .
NEW ORLEANS, June 21.-Conon dull
aud ?usier, with sales of 125 bal?*--mid?
dlings 31??j; receipts 549. Oold 87
Flour-Aiipcr?n?5.90; double 6.25;treble
6.50. Pork held at 35.80. Bacon firm
shoulders 15; clear rib IM1.,'; olear 19.
Lard-tierce 20@21: keg 2l(?)22. Sugar
-primo 13J.?; common I0(a)ll. Molasses
-fermenting 35. Whiskey-Western
rectified 95(a97)?. Coffee-prime 16 J?
(oj 16%; fair 1 k)?@lD>?<
Mom nie, June 21. - Demand for cotton
limited and market closed quiet, wilh
sales of 350 bales-low middling 30; re?
CIIARLESTON, June 21.-Col ton quiet
but firm, with sale? ?if 25 bales-mid?
dlings 31; receipts 130.
AUGUSTA, June 21.-Cotton market
quiet aud unchanged with sales of 125
bales; receipts 72.
SAVANNAH. Juno 21.-Cotton market
dull-middling 31; receipts 311.
LONDON, June 21-3 P. M.-Consols
02?. Bonds 80%.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 21-8 P. M.-Cotton
active-upiauds 12 )B@12l.? ; Orleans 12;^'
A NEW DISCOVERY.-A German chemist
has discovered t lint if morphia, which is
sometimes us d effectually to allay vom?
iting, bc heated willi hydro chloric acid,
it will become the most powerful emetic
known. Tho effect is produced by intro?
ducing a small quantity under the skin
and sometimes by spilling it on the skin,
but the vomiting soon subsides, and
leaves no nausea. Tho discover calls the
new agent ememoi pbia.
MULLINS' FUNERAL ORATION.-Mullins,
recently a radical member of Congress
from Tennessee, thus speaks of tho death
of an Arkansas carpet-bagger killed by
"He sank to death ill the soliloquy of
his own blood; we shall view him no
more till tho chaotic torch of Gabriel
wakes to living consciousness the univer?
sal dome, and we shall see our.-elves us
others see ns in that bourne whence no
The sugar crop of tho world is report?
ed to amount to 2,800,000 tons per nu?
llum. Of this amount the United States
consumers 580,000 tons, and Great Bri?
tain 680,000. Tho consumption of sugar
in this country is increasing annually,
having been raised to the ext'ut of 07,
000 tons in 1868 above 1807. Of ?he
total production, Cuba bas heretofore
yielded one-third, and the Southern
States produced 100.000 tons in 1808.
DEATH IN A WELL.-A desperate con?
flict recently took place ut Cairo, in this
County, between two negro meo, while
at work in a well they bud been employed
to dig. One ?if them stabbed the other
so severely that lie died, and the murder?
er was lodged in jail for trial at the
present term of the Court. A white mau
witnessed the deadly conflict from the
top of thc well, bub had no means of in
tel faring. - Thomas o Me Enlerptise, Hi///.
BEAUTIFUL PRESENT.-Wo noticed a
fellow the other day wearing a large ring
with a brilliant red setting; ho wore ii
in a-qneer place-around bia eye. Upon
making inquiry, he informed us thai
they didn't cogt much, and people gene?
rally received and wore them who de?
served 4hem. He savs it waspiven him.
[San Francisco Mercury.
Henry Law, a negro, just committed
to jail al| Huntsville. Texas, stole last
winter moro than 8600, and while on the
way to the penitentiary stole from the
sheriff's pocket the evidence of his con?
viction. After this wa? recovered ho es?
caped from custody, and WHS only cap?
tured after nearly a year's search.'" When
found ho was attired ia female apparel.
A girl, keeper of a toll-gate in England
was asked by a swell velocipbdist, who
thought to chaff her. how much he had
to pay. "That sir," replied she, "de?
pends upon whether you ride through
the gate, or whether you get off your
dandy-horse and drag it through; be?
cause in that case every two-wheeled ve?
hicle drawn by a horse or au ass pays
About the most sensible exhibition tn
bo seen in Boston at the present time in
the baby show. It is composed of 300
cooing, dim pied cheeked, drooling, tist
gnawiug infants, in the various stages ot
lacteal culture mid efll ivia. Their united
-quails almost eqn?.! the yells of Gil?
more's monster chorus.
A Bomun Catholic priest, who lins
been in charge of tho pastorate at. Circle
ville, Ohio, was married to a Miss Sulli?
van, of that city on the 5th of last
month. He had previously been excom?
municated by Huliop Roseucrans.
An excellent uiTungement to facilitate
slumber during sermon time in church
has been iUvented by J. H. Weeden, ol
Waterbury, Conn, it is "all improved
ho.id-rest for attachment to church pews,
formed by the combination of the slnfl
ing, coverillg-plate, band, base-plate, and
springs with each other."
A German shoemaker who bad under
taken to make a pair of boots for a gen?
tleman of whose financial integrity he
bud considerable doubt, replied, when
asked for thc articles: "Ber pools isli
not quite done, bu'., der beel isl] made
A Missouri grasshopper attacked a lit?
tle girl a few days since, and so nearly
destroyed her ear that a surgeon had to
be called in.
General Lee has bad a bouse built, for
him by public subscription nt Lexing?
I EXBOPpp* QFA MBy MoWP?RER,
,At Darlington,' 8? q^n^Fr^ay hu?.
Cyrus Coachman, a negro,' convicted*'of
th? murder of a merchant, Robert.,!^.
Suggs, near Florence, on the 10th of
January last, suffered ibo extreme penal?
ty of tbe law. This criminal confidently
anticipated that be would be rescued by
Ilia brethren of the Uuiou League, Hay?
ing, early in the morning, "lido not
think I'll be hong, HS I belong to a
league, the members of which ar? sworn
to protect each other, uud I do. not be?
lieve they will let me be hung/' Tbere
was great excitement among the negroes
of tho neighborhood, and fears were en?
tertained that au effort would bo made
by them to rescue the prisoner, but no
interference was attempted. The Sheriff
and most of the officials who neted on
the occasion were negroes.
BEAT FORTY YEARS Aoo.-We notice
in an exchange the following item of fo?
"An English actor recently played the
same evemug at London uud af Dover,
ninety miles distant."
This was beat neurly half n century
ag??, before the days of steamboats aud
of railroads, by tho great "Americau tra
gediau" Cooper, tho father of our esti?
mable fellow-citizen, Miijor James F.
Cooper. That geutlemau was a dear
lover of fine horses, and wagering that
he could play in New York aud Philadel?
phia on the same night, he, with the aid
of his Hue teams, actually accomplished
the feat-the distance traveled beiug, we
believe, 100 miles.
[A iii min (Gu.) Intelligencer.
MATRIMONIAL.-"There is many a slip
betweeu the cup and the lip." This old
aphorism was verified in this city on
Wednesday evening this wise: Ou that
morning, a young gentleman went to a
distinguished minister to engage his
services to tie the knot matrimonial for '
a friend on thc following morning. The
wedding dresses wero prepared aud the
gloves procured; and all promised to go
"as merrily as a marriage bell," when lo!
the lady changed her mind, as ladies
have a right to do, and without saying
by your leave, Ac, took a quiet walk to j
a neighbor's, where sin; Was met by a
former lover and a J. P., who duly m ir
ried them "according to law."
[Charlotte (JN. C.) Timm. j
A CUTTING RETORT.-A gentleman who
was walking near Oxford was met by
some students of the university, one of
whom addressed him with:
"Good moruing, Father Abraham."
"1 am not Father Abraham."
"Good morning, Father Isime," said
"I am not Father Isaac," was the
I "Good morning, Father Jacob," said
..I um neither Abraham, Isaac nor
Jacob, but Saul, son cf Kiah, who went
I out. to seek his father's asses, and, lo! I
have found them."
A gentleman, in the course of a journey
in the West, ono daysnddonly desciied
a country tavern, in the porch of which
sat. one of the oldest white-haired men
hu had ever seen, crying like u child. lu
answer to an inquiry ns lo the cause,
ho sobbed ont: "My father has just lick?
ed mc." Upon entering the bar-room
the traveler discovered another and
much older man behind thc bar, whom
he addressed : "You seem to have some
trouble here, stranger. Your sou in?
forms me that you have whipped bira.
"Yes," rejoined the landlord excitedly,
"I could not avoid it. The young vascal
was chasing his grand-father round a ten
acre lot and stoning him. I had to infer?
iere, stranger." . .
A very young man, living iu Mont?
gomery, in love with a very young lady,
paid her a visit last Friday evening. The
old folks thought that the children were
too youug to keep company, and con?
veyed the hint by cal'ing the girl ont of
the room and sending her to bed. The
lady of the house astonished the very
young mau by bringing iuto the parlor a
hugo piece of bread aud butter, and say?
ing, in her kindest manner : "There,
Bub, take this and run home to your
mother ; it is time time little boys were
iu bed." It is one of thu most outrage?
ous cases of cruelty we uver know.
HEAVEN'S JUSTICE.-After tho Grand i
Army of the Republic had left Arlington
Cemetery, on decoration day, says the |
Augusta Conslilulionulist, there came "on
la gi eat storm of wiud aud rain. Thc I
next day nil was bright and fair, but a
I wondrous chauge had been wrought.
The wind, more charitublo than man
and more practically indignant, hud
whirled the flowers off the graves of the
j Federal soldiers and heaped them upon
rb? neglected and insulted graves of
thirty unknown Confederates."
Tun CHIEF JUSTICE DOWN SOUTH.
Chief Justice Chase, who bas been on n
tour of the Carolinas, with his accom?
plished daughter, Mrs. Senator Sprugne,
hus been received fruin point to point
with marked respect and popular enthu?
siasm. It means, among i ther things,
that the people are aware of tho fact that
i he Chief Justice util] keeps his eye upon
tin While House, and is likely to be the
muli for tho Democracy in 1872. All the
-igns of the times point that way.
[New Yurie Herahl
The future King of England is a dolt.
At a meeting of thu Royal Geographical
?Society the other day ho delivered a
speech as follows: "You cuuuot form so
tull < r favorable an iden of the country
described by rending of them in books as
you can by visiting them yourselves." On
the other hand, his genius for vice is said
t.? rival that of his uncle, George IV.
The rate of taxation in Brooklyn, this
year, is four per cent.; in New York, two
per cent. The non tax-paying Legisla?
ture of South Carolina lins put it to the
unfortunate tax-payers at the rate of one
hundred and fia- per cent.
Tba personal obar nia of a girl of theT
period are estimated to cost front 965 to
$550, according to tho ar tints employed.
A tornado last Week did $500,000 worth'
of damage to the little town of Shipman,
Ann Hathaway's cottage and garden
at Stratford on-Avon are advertised for
Napoleon ir. building a villa at Rome
on the spot whero 'tho palace of the
Cro3ars once stood.
A London railway is asked to pr?vido
cars for the special accommodation of
ladies with pet dogs.
Grenoble, in France, being in want of
a hero, is about to erect a statue of Jou
vio, the glove-maker.
CONSULAR APPOINTMENTS.-Mr. B.
Odell Duncan, of Newberry, bas boon
appointed Consul of the United States at
Three ladies were thrown from a car?
riage into a mill pond, near Rochester,
New York, on Wednesday, aud all were
A Virginia lady sustains lifo by co?
piously annointing herself with sweet
oil, and eating a cracker three times a
A contemporary wauts to know whether
the ono hundred sledge hammer auvil
chorus at tho Boston Jubileo will be a
Water is ten cents a gallon at White
Pine, and the residents of that elevated
locplity toko their daily bath by wulkiug
out naked iu the morning mist.
"That's vory singular," said ,i young
lady to a gentleman who had j .st kissed
her. "Ohl well, my dear miss," was the
reply, "I will soon make it plural;" and
the villain did.
A colored mau in Quiney. Illinois, bas
brought a snit to recover 82,000 from a
steamer company for having been refused j
tho privilego of eating dinner with the
Leo Harrisou aud Thomas Glndman,
two respectable colored men of Lynch?
burg Va., decline appointments of regis?
trars in Lynchburg because they cannot
take the oath.
Tho lately beheaded postmaster nt
Waterbury, Connecticut, advertises ns
"lost," "ono hundred dollars paid to a
Congressman for tho Waterbury post
S. C. Hall, thc author, is ono of a very
few persons living who remembers to
have seen Garrick net. He alluded to
this in u recent lecture, and also said that
he hud talked with Boswell.
A sui! to recover S3,OOO in gold, de?
posited in tho Chesapeake Bank at Balti?
more, in 1861, bas been decided in favor
of the depositor, who gets u verdict for
that amount in gold, with $000.50 inte?
rest, also in gold.
And now hero is a little oue-horso Go?
vernment iu South America that abso?
lutely defies Great Undo Sum, and bolds
his minister prisoner. Hasn't McMahon ii
right to complain of treatment that forces
tho representative of a great Govern?
ment to rniu his digestion in feeding on
roasted monkey tho best part of a year?
The relatives, friends and acquaintances of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Standers Guignard and fumily
aro respectfully invited, lo attend tho funeral
services of their infant son, WILLIAM
FROST, at 9 o'clock, THIS MOUSING, at their
resilience, corm r of Gu raid and Tickcns
streets, without further notice. Burial at
TUE VALEDICTORY ORATION of the Eu
phradian Society will bo delivered by Mr
EDO Alt L. CLARKSON, in the Euph radian
Hall, o SATURDAY, 2Cth of June, at ?A
Tho paulie are respectfully invited to at?
tend. C. E. SPENCE", President.
E. M. LAWTON, Secretary. June !2'2 tos2
?hO/"\ ir\lr\f\ WANTED in sums of
llb! lr HU than ?,000; at
a lair minent und RU pie security guaranteed.
Apply to E. Si tl. D. HOPE,
Columbia, S. C.
X>i~ Eden field Advertiser, Newberry Herald
and Yorkvillo Enquirer will copy three times
and forward bill. June 22 3
Ho! for Augusta.
COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA R. R. Co.,
GENERAL Fa?jonr AND TicfcET AOT.'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, H. C., Juno 21,1800.
AN EXCURSION THAIN will leave CO
LUMRIA FOR AUGUSIA, on THURS?
DAY, 21'fi instant, at 12 o'clock noon, return?
ing following day. F ire f >r tho numil trip $3.
'tickets on bal? at OFFBE, foot of Blanding
street. E. R. DORSEY,
Juno 22 3 OOH. Freight Si Ticket Agent.
State and County Taxes.
OFFICE COUNTY TREASURER.
RJCULANO COUNTY, COLUMBIA, June 22, 18C0.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that tin rroaaurer
will bo ready to receive tho payment ol'
taxes for tim Conutyof Richland, commencing
on the 23d of June and ending on the 1st day
of August. All defaulters will bo charged H
penah v of 20 per cent. Oflico hours from 8
A. M. to 1 I*. M., and from 4 P. M. to (5 H. M.
I.evy far State purposes, 75 cents on $100.
bevy for County purposes, 30 CCliU nu 1100.
Also a lax ol $1 on each taxaLlo pull. ;
Office in ri ar of baw hange.
Juno 22 2 Troasnn-r Richland County.
13ROF. HENRY, of tho Smithsonian Insti?
tute, says the OTIS LtOHTNlNQ ROD
"combines 'nore of the qualities that goto
make a perfect conductor than any I ever saw
in Europe or America." Prof. R. 0. Doreinus,
M. D., says: .*c?f all the firms of Lightning
Conductors I examined, Ihn patent insulated
rod of Mr. Otis is tho most rompi?lo. It will
commend itself to every scientific mind- there
lu lng im met ailie connect ion vt uh I lia build
?Hg. (in each insulator are points very useful
lo secure tho bolt and prevent damage." The
insurance companies ol New York eily make a
reduction to these who have Lightning boils.
Powder magazines throughout Europe have
Lightning hods. Sue it and yon will believe it.
I ho subscriber is prepai od lo furnish and pul
np to any Lind of building this mos I valuable
invention. Old nais repaired with Otis' patent
insulators, ricaso preserve Hos. All work
warranted. lt. IL COCKCROFT,
At F, A Schneider' ' Olin Shop, Main ct rei t.
LOOK OUT FOB
W Y M A N !
Wizard, Magician and Ventriloquist,
Ia coming wilb hi? HANKY PANKY TRICKS,
AMBIDEXTROUS PEATS and VENTBILO
QUIAL ECCENTRICITIES. Will exhibit at
THURSDAY cO FRIDAY NIGHTS,
_JUNE 24m AND 25TH. Juno 22
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
or g - .
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000.
DEPOSITS OF $1 A UPWARDS RECEIVED.
?NTERF.ST at the rate of Six per coal, poi
annum, (tho rate paid by m Mt Savings
banks is from Three percent, to Five percent,
only,) allowed on deposits, and payable in
January and July of each year, or added to
principal, and interest compounded, at option
of the depositor.
Principal and Intercut, or any part thereof,
may he withdrawn at any time-tho Dank re?
serving the right to demai.d the usual notice,
to wit: Fourteen daja if the anion nt is nnder
$1,000: twenty dava it over $1,000 and under
?5.000, cr thirty days if over 15.000. The of?
ficers may, however, in their discretion, and in
mo.it instancea will, pay without such notice.
In order to pay interest to depositors, the
bank must invest its funde; and the object of
the notice is to give it time to real.zo, when
necessary, upon ita investments. When de
?ired, special interest bearing certif cate? will
ho niven, payable at a designated time.
The Capital ol' the Hank has been paid in ,
and hus been iuvc.Ued by tho Directors in rc
liablo securities. ' .
F X EC I TlVE Dr.l'A BTU EXT,
March 1. 1809.
1 hereby certify that tho Citizens' Savings
lia uk ot South Carolina have firfniehcd mo
with satisfactory ?vidence that tho Capital of
i said bank has been paid in. as required by
the Act of incorporation, ratiticd FcUruarv
(Signed) J. L. NEAGLE,
Coniplroller-Goueral S. C.
j Mechanics, Laborera, Clerks, Widow?, Or
! phnns and other* may h-re deposit thoir sav
! nigs and draw a liberal rate ot interest there -
I Planters, Professional Men and Trasteen
I wishing to draw interest on their funds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
. sums for their children, and Married Women
. und Minors (whose deposits can only he with*
! drawn hy themselves, or, in ease of death, by
I their lej;ul representatives,) wishing to lay
asido funds for future use, are here afforded
! an opportunity of depositing their me. IM
where they will rapidly accumulate, ?ind, at
the same time, bo subject to withdrawal when
Gen. Wade Hampton, President.
Col. John M. Palmer, Vico-Preaideut.
Thomas E. Greg?. Cashinr.
John C. 15. Smith, Assistant Cashier,
Col. F. W. Mcmaster, Col. B. II. Rutledge,
Messrs. Fair, Topo & Pope.
Gen. Wad? Hampton, Columbia.
(Jul. F. W. MeMaster, Columbia.
Col. A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
Col. J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
Col. J. B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, K*q., Columbia.
Dr. E. H. Heinitsh, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Esq,, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Etq., Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Esq , Nowberry.
Col. B. H. Rutledge, Charleston.
Daniel liavouu), Jr., Km)., Charleston.
John B. Palmer, J. P..Thomas.
G. T. Scott, A. C.. Haskell,
J. Eli Gregg
? [Extracts from By-Latcs and Charter. J
The Finauco Committco shall have power to
examine the officers, books and papers of said
Bank, nnd to verify the i tat?menla of aaid of?
ficers and said hooke and papers, by taking an
inventory of tho assets and liabilities of tho
Bank; and the said Committee shall nuke at.
least quarterly reports of the resulta of their
investigation io the Board of Directors. *
* * Tho Cashier shall, on each Tues?
day, report, in writing, to ti.u President .he
business transacted of the foregoing week.
. * * And he shall exhibit, at the
regular meetings of tho Directors, the Bank's
book or books, and have prepared, from his
books, a completo balance sheet, together
with a statement showing his receipts and ex?
penditures. * * * The Ca^hifr,
Assistant Cashiers and Tellers shall he re?
quired to R?VO satisfactory boinia for tho faith
Int performance of their respectivo duties;
and said honda, before their accept unco by th?
President, must be approved by ono of tin
Solicitors of tho Bank, and by the Finance
Committee. * * * No Director or
offieor of said corporation shall borrow or use
any portion of thu funda thereof; be surety
tor loans to others, or it. any manner, directly
or indirectly, be at? obligor for money bor?
rowed of or loaned by tho corporation. *
, * * No loan of money aball I .; made
by saki corporation.to any stockholder own ng
more than four aban-B therein. Jilly '20
TO HE HAD AT TUX
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT AND HAT.
?S^f??^^j^Ji D' u mi fae turi rs in
t'iiiiadelphia, Oaltimore and North Carolina,
and have made aimil arrangements with them
as will enable nie to odor raro inducements to
purchaaerH. Persona wishing to boy BOOTH,
SHOES and HATS, Aili save money by giving
mo a call, as "quick sal' . and short profits" is
my motto. A SMYTHE,
June ! Opposite Columbi* Hotel.
?2? DB. D. E. BOOZER, grateful for the
"iii cr.ihe.ral patronage ho has received fruin
thc citizens of thia city and the surrounding
j District, during the pant year, respectfully an?
nounces that he now permanently establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations on the
I natural Teeth fai'hfully performed. AUT1
I PiClAL CASES, in every approved method,
j carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
. which he would ead special ufteution tu that
I known H KovnnldV Pa?'m; and of hie sue
! cess in constructing Artificial Cases hy tins
j beautiful and. (biran!?' process, he ls enahh d,
with confidence, to refer io his path nts and o.
I tho patentee. Office oa Main?t iee t, over Firal
. National Bank. .lan S
Mansion House, Greenville, S. C.
rilli F above long OHtnMUhcd, delightful
X. Hotel Ins jual been placed in superior
order to accommodate guests dui in:: tho sum?
mer, s. SWANDALE,
June ir? to. Proprietor.
Fiitr Liquors, Wines, Ah-, Seg?rs, Tobacco^??c.
BY JACOB LEV1H.
TH 18 (Tuesday) MORNING. '22d,atl0 o'clock,
will bo sold, at the atore of John Htork boue,
on Assembly street, neur Janney's Hall,
All tho remaining STOCK on hand, consist-?
ing lu uart of
Superior Cabinet Whiskey,
XX Rvo Whiskey,
Malaga, Port and Sherry Wines,
J .cition Syrup,
20 eases Superior French Ale,
15 dos. Scotch Ale, McQueen's,
Bill Arp, Durham and Virgin Queen Tobacco,
Havan', and Di inostic Segars,
Meerschaum and Wood Pines,
Toy i. in variety,
Wli de and half boxen Adamantine Candles,
No. 1 Starch, Soap, Wrapping Paper, &o.
_ June 22
United States Internal Revenue.
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 3D DIST., S. C.,
COLOMBIA. Juno 18, 1869.
SPECIAL TANKS (or Lieonsis) for the
Counties of 1 h bland und Lexington for
tue year commenoiug May t. 18o'J, havo boen
assessed, and placed ni my hands for collec?
Payment is required hy the 1st of July noxt.
Persons who havo failed to pay Annual
Taxes can save further couts by prompt pay
The Collector has no authority lo remit the
penalty of 5 per tent, incurred bv neglect of
payment. Ri M WALLACE,
Doputy Collector 3d District, S C.
June 18 5
State of South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 16, 18G9.
11HE INTERES T duo on tho BONDS o? tho
. State of South Carolina since July 1, 1867,
will ho paid on and afier July 1. 1869, at the
Dunking House or FL H. KIMPTON, No. 9
Nassau rlreet. New York, and at the TREA
SU RY OFFICEj at Columbia, S. C.
Tho interesi due on tho Registered Stock of
ibo State since July 1, 1867, will be paid at tho
Troaaury Department in Columbia onlv.
NILES G. PARKER,
June 17 1 I Treasurer Stato H. C.
STATE TREASURY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June IO. 1869.
UNDER an Act for tho Conversion of tho
State S.-curitits, tho Treasurer o.' tho
stitt e is prepared to issue Doods bearing 6 per
cent, interest, payable semi-annually, for Re?
gistered Stock. Bonds are prepared for $100.
?OOO and ?1,000. Fractions may bo returned
in Certificates Of Stork. Pe rsons d?sirons of
converting their Stock into Bonds will pleaso
I present their Certif?calos at this ofllco with
uuine endorsed upou thu buck, witnessed.
Pei sons having Coupon Ronds desirous to
procuro Registered Stock in lien thereof will
please present the same to this office, with in?
Where partios cannot attend in person to
transact their business at thia < theo, it ia pre?
fer?- ible thai the ramo should be transacted
i lu-..ugh soine authorised agent.
N ! LES G. PARKER,
June 17 14 Treasurer State S. C.
DRS. REYNOLDS & REY?
NOLDS are prepared to furnish
ARTIFICIAL TEETH on a
larger scale than heretofore, and
at rates much below the USU al charges.
Their recent improvement, lately patented,
constitutes thc highest order of art in thia
I speciality, and is fully warrunted. Denture*
constructed by this process possess mmy ad?
vantages over gold plate work, ?nd can be sup?
plied at about halt the/cost of the latter.
An examination of specimen.-' esjMacially by
those having exp?rience in siieh n.a'ters, is re?
spectfully invited. Ordinary VULCANITE
RUBBER SETS *25. The sanie, strengthened
bv gold banda. I8S. Terms cash. April 3<>t
DR. T. T. MOORE,
X>exx-tetl JSSTTJ x-soom.,
IS now prepared to execute in the mos scien?
tific manner all branches of his profession.
Teeth extracted without ?tain by uso of NI?
TROUS OXIDE GAS. Poisons "desiring his
service would .1 J well to engage an hoar. Ofllco
over Messrs. Bryan it MeOarter's Bookstore,
Main street. Columbia'. SC April ll 3mo
Stock to be Taken!
For One Week I will SELL
! my Stock of
AT COST, FOR CASH !
June 9 C. F. JACKSON.
CITY MACHINE WOEKS,
CO LUM ur A, s. c.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufacturo
? TEAM ENGINES, Portable and Station?
ary, of from 4 to 25 horse power. MILLS and
MILL GEARING furnished al the lowest price
and >ttiortei<t notice. All work guaranteed.
April 1 On.oj RICHARD TOZER.
W. D.L?VE. - - B. B. McOREERY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rpHE BUSINESS OF W. D. LOVE will herc
I alter he conducted under the firm name of
W. D. LOVE & CO.
Iluviug a resident Partner in New York, wo
! are receiving regularly
T -^JSJ- loo CL Wools.
' New LINES OF GOODS, thereby adding to
' our attractive Stock of Dress Goods, Era
I broideries. White Goods, Luces, Ac, Ste., &c.
W. D. LOVE St CO., "
Columbia Hotel Building,
June 15 Columbia, 8, C.
Estate John Ledingham.
' VTOTIOE iv. II that <>ii the 5th day of
i Tl nc ho undersigned will apply to
lion, Wi i dutson Wigg, Judge ot i'ro
I bate, 1 liuil discharge au Administratrix"
of Ibo i si _teoi jehu Ledingham, deceased.
i Juiie;;-,1- F. C. LEDINGHAM.