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LONDON, July 80.-Tho Ministry, in
reply to inquirios from the House of
Commons, state that the present rela?
tions between England and Mexico pre?
vent the Government officially aiding
tine holders of Mexican bonds in procur?
ing their claims.
LivEnroor.,, July 80.-Tho cotton sup?
ply association have adopted resolutions
taking into consideration the speedy de?
velopment of the railways in India in
order to facilitate the exportation of cot?
ton from that country to this. The course
taken is in consequence of the insuffi?
ciency of supply from the United States;
the stock not being large enough to keep
the mills of Lancashire fully engaged.
PARIS, July 30.-La Liberte reports
that tho Spanish minister here hos in?
formation that the disturbances iu Spain
whioh had jost commenced were ended ;
the Carlista in Paris deem their cause
MADRID, July 30.-The Carlist agita?
tors have become dispirited. A plot to
assassinate the Captain General of Cata?
lonia was frustrated. The Carlista from
the Oindad riot fled to Acidia Valley, but
were pursued by the troops. Several
Carlista have been sentenced to death.
W millington Neus.
WASHINGTON, July 30.-The tailors of
this city bave struck for higher wages.
The through Northern and Eastern
New Orleans mails of Monday last, and
the through mails from points between
New Orleans and Clarksville, Tennessee,
were burned. .
Gov. Toucey is dead.
Grant sees the secretaries privately,
but no regular Cabinet meetings are
held. No visitors admitted. The policy
of the Jf resident regarding the M issis
sippi and Texas elections will be p vern
ed by futuro events.
Internal revenue receipts to-day over
Sherman and Rawlins had a consulta?
tion regarding the efficiency and econo?
my of the military in the South.
In order to seenre a fair election in
Mississippi, the President will order a
board of registrars for each County, to
be composed of one radical, one conser?
vative and one military officer. The Pre?
sident, at present, will not interfore in
favor of either party.
?Correspondence bet ween Judge Dent nml
WASHINGTON, Jnly 30.-Hon. Lewis
lient. Washington City-DEAR SIR: Hav?
ing seen certain despatches to tho New
York press renewing the report that you
would decline the candidatory for Go?
vernor of Mississippi on the National
Union Republican ticket, we desire to
know whether you adhere *to your pre?
viously expressed determination on that
subject-for the purpose of putting this
matter, formally at rest. We trust you
will favor us with an early response.
Very respectfully, ATC,
WASHINGTON, July 80, 1869.-GENTLE?
MEN: In replying to your communica?
tion, I beg leave to say that while I can?
not decline what has not been formally
proffered me, you are at liberty to say to
tine National Republican party and to the
people of Mississippi generally, that in
the event of my nomination, I shall cer?
tainly accept it. I have never authorized
any person to say I would decline n no
minatfon, if tendered me by the National
Union Republican party of Mississippi,
and I again assure you that my purpose
to that end remains fixed and unaltera?
ble. I earnestly desire the restoration of
the Southern States, with constitutions
and laws that will effectually secure the
civil and political rights of all persons.
"* Very respectfully, yours etc.,
To Col. Moorman, Judge Jeffords.
ROCK ISLAND, July 30.-A number of
raftsmen on the steamer Dubuque at?
tempted to occupy the cabin; the crew
and passengers resisted, when a fight fol?
lowed, and eight were killed.
CHARLESTON, July 30.-Sailed-brig
Magnolia, New York; schooner Shiloh,
RIOTS NOT CONFINED TO THE SOUTH
ANOTHER ANTI-RENT WAR IMMINENT.
Murderous work bas again commenced
in Rensselaer County, the scene of many
anti-rent broils years ago. It appears
that a sheriff and posse were fired upon
by a farmer, on whose goods the officer
attempted to levy, for non-payment of
rent. The sheriff was mortally, and
three of his posse seriously, wounded.
This is bloody work, at a time when the
cry of "Let us have peace" prevails over
the land-especially in the North. But
the laws mnst be vindicated, and the
Governor will, no doubt, take prompt
measures to see thattbey are, in the case
of this violent and murderous resistance
to the Sheriff of the County of Rensse?
laer, while in the performance of his of?
ficial duty.-New York Herald.
THE LAST OF THE IRISH CHURCH BILL.
Her Most Graoious Majesty Queen Vic?
toria hos signed the bill, which hos
passed both Houses of Parliament, and
which disestablishes and disendows the
Irish Protestant Church establishment.
The terrible bill is now law. Wo must
now wait to see whether or no the Irish
people will be satisfied. Wo muoh fear
that Queen Victoria or her heirs will
havo to sign many more such bills be?
fore our friends of the green isle will
say "enough." Gladstone, Bright and
Lowe have, however, done well. They
have work still before them; but they
have given proof that they know how to
do it. If Pat keeps nt it Johnny Bull will
do moro for him. He cun't help it.
[New York Herald.
An exchange says tho Spanish troops
have tho vomito, and, it is feared, will
throw up the cause.
N?W YORK, Joly.' 30-Noon.-rr Mo ney
steady, at 6?7. Sterling 9?. 'Gold
36>?. Floor 5@10c. better. Wheat a
abade firmer. Corn drooping. Pork
dull, at 88. Cotton dull, at 33%.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and drooping,
with sales of 750 bales, at 33%. Flour
nc ti ve, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat in fair de?
mand, at 1.68. Corn heavy, at 1.070.
1.11. Pork heavy, at 33.12>?. Lard
quiet. Whiskey 1.10. Freights firm.
Gold steady, at 36.%.
. 13 ALTiM on K, July 30.-Cotton 34.
Flour firm-low medium grade) ad?
vanced >?c. Wheat dull and lower
prime 1.5X>@1.55; choioe 1.60; lower
grades 1.80(^1.40. Corn dull-white
1.06(3)1.10; yellow 1.10. Oats weak.
Pork quiet. Bacon active. Whiskey
CINCINNATI, July 30.-Whiskey 1.10.
Pork quiet, at 33.50. Bacon unchanged
-sugar-cured ham 23@24.
NEW ORLEANS, July 30.-Cotton sales
of the week 1,357 bales; to-day 52; mid?
dlings 32'?. Gold 36. Flour dull-su?
perfine 5.75; double 6.50; treble 6.75.
Corn easier-white 1.20. Pork dull and
asking 35.50. Bacon firmer-shoulders
15%(o)16; olear rib 19>^@19M; clear
19%(a>20. Lard-tierce 2U@21>.%. Sugar
-common lij?; prime l-l. Molasses
fermenting 63. Whiskey unchanged.
Coffee dull-fair 14%@15^; prime 16?-.i
MOBILE, July 30.-Sales of cotton to?
day 150 bales-low middling firm, at 30.
SAVANNAH, July 30.-No s;iles of cot?
ton to-day-middling held at 32.
AUGUSTA, July 30.-No offeriugs in
the cotton market to-day; receipts 20
bales; quotations entirely nomiual.
CHARLESTON, July 3(3.-Cotton dull
and nominal; middling 32.
LONDON, July 30-3 P. M.-Consols
93.%. Bonds quiet and steady, at 83.
LIVERPOOL, July 30-3 P. M.-Cotton
a shade firmer-uplunds 12%; Orleans
12%@13; sales of the week 101,000
bales; exports 16,000; speculation 18,000;
stock 315,000-of which 167,000 are
American; stock nfloat 650,00'J-whereof
28,000 aro America. Yarns and fabrics
steady and quiet.
LIVERPOOL, July 30-Evening.-Cot?
ton a shade firmer-uplands 12%; Or?
leans 12>?@13; sales 13,000 bales.
HAVRE, July 30.-Cotton quiet and
Report for Week ending Friday, July 30, 1809.
PHONIX OFFICE, COLUMBIA, July 31, 1809.
Tho cotton market baa been almost eutirely
bare during the past week; a good quantity of
middling would bring 31c, however.
There id no chauge to notice in other article?
of country produce.
The following aro buying ratea of South Ca?
rolina Bank Note?, prepared by Gregg, Palmer
& Co., Broker?:
Bank of Camden_80 Exchange. 15
Bank of Charleston.80 Plantera1. 1
Bank of Chester.... 13 Farmers and Exchgo
Bauk of GcorgetownlG , State.3
Bank of Nowberrv...85 Union.95
Bank SouthCarolinalS | So. Western lt..old, 70
State South Car. old,49 j People's.85
Stato South Ca. new,20 | Planters and Mech. 90
Hamburg.t? j Merchants'.8
WHOLESALE PRICKS CURRENT,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE
COLUMBIA ROARD OF TRADE.
APPLES, ^bu.l 25(31 50 MoLASsES,Cuba,57@65
BAooiNO.Ouuny 27*329 New Ori'nsl 00@1 25
Dundee $ yd 28@30 8ugar H'so..75@l 25
BALE HOPE, Matiil @26 NAILS, keg6 00@7 00
N. Y.orWesf)B>10g)15 ONIONS, ^bual 25@2 00
BUTTEB, Northern @50 OIL, Kerosene,g 6U@75
Country, ^ tt>.25(335 Machinery_75@1 00
BACON. Hams. . .22(325 POULTRY, Ducka pr
Sides, %j lb-19@21 Turkeys.3 00
Shoulder? ... lt? @17 Chickens.20@40
BRICKS, ^1,000 . .9(312 Qoeso.
CANULES, 8porra40@70 SPECIE, Gold 1 Sl^l 35
Adamantine lb21@25 Silver.1 24(31 25
Tallow.14(?16 POTATOES, Iria 75(31 50
COTTON YABN2 00@2 10 I Sweet, bus 1 00(31 10
CoTTON,8trict Md@32 BICE, Carolinart? 9@10
Middling ... 30 (331 1 Eaat India_
Low Midl'g, 28J029 ! SBOT, %)bag. 3 25(33 50
GoodOrdny,27}<328 SALT, Livorp.2 70(33 Ot)
Ordinary... 20 (327 | SOAP, .7?@U
CHEESE, E.D.?b. 27@30 Brians, Alcohol.gU 00
factory.25@28 Bi indy . A 00@12 00
COFFEE, Kio, fytt>22@26 | HollndGin.5 00@7 00
Laguayra-29@32 Amorican..2 0?@S 00
Java.87@40 Jam. Rum.6 00($7 00
FLOUR. Co. 9 00(31100 N.E. "..2 00@3 00
Northern. 7 00(38 00 Bo. Whisky S 50@4 50
GRAIN, Corn 1 35(31 40 Monongkla250?4 00
Wheat ....1 20@t 50 Reotiflod. .1 25(31 57
Oata.1 00@1 10 Suo-vn, Crus'd, 18.J@20
Peaa.1 10(31 20 Powdered... 18$?20
HAY, Nortb, %}cwt. Brown.12@17
Eastern. STARCH, lb... 10?12i
HIDES, Dry, "fdbl2J@18 TEA, Green Ibl 00@2 CK)
Green.@8 Black,_1 00? 1 50
INDIOO, Caro.. .1(31 25 TOBACCO, Chw.50@l 25
LAUI>, fill..20@25 Smoking,lb..50(?ll 00
LUMBER, Bds 100 f.l 50 TINEOAR, Wine,.70@75
Shingles,fn000..2 75 French... .1 25@1 50
LIME, %} bbl. 2 70@2 80 WINE, Cham. 25@32 00
MEATS, Park, ytb. 15* Port, %)gal 3 00@5 00
Beef.8@12 Sherry_3 ?".0(36 00
Mutton.15 Madeira.. .? 60(38 Ot?
THE OPHTHALMOS.-This new instru?
ment, for taking photographie views of
scenery, is attracting great attention in
England. It consists of a oamera, pro?
vided with mechanical contrivances for
automatically uncovering and covering
tho lens and exposing the plate. The
ophthalmos, or "eye," is attached to a
small balloon, and is sent up without au
operator, and at any required height, it
is asserted, takes a pioture of the surface
of the earth beneath it, with all the bear?
ings of the oompass accurately marked.
A few days ago, a tall, lank specimen
of a man walked iuto a store in San An?
tonio and asked to boshowu some shirts.
A number of boxes were taken down for
his inspection, and one attracting his eye
more than the others, ho asked what kiud
they were. The clerk answered, "they
are tho Royal Eagle shirt, sir." "The
Loyal League shirt! the devil! I fit for
the Confederacy, I did," and the indig?
nant customer walked out of the store.
Punch gives theso scientific terms:
Absorbtiou-Ioed brandy and soda.
Radiation-O^i the countenance after a
certain number of glasses. Reflection
As to taking one more or not.
AM ??Utorlc?I Coluetrtcncc.
Wo bare long boon aware that every?
thing that ia really good and admirable
in tho institutions of this country bad
its origin in Massachusetts, and has de?
scended to us from the loins of the pil?
grim fathers. We have long known, for
we have been often told, that they are
the founders, that Plymouth rook is the
oornsr-stone of the republic, that Fa
neuil Hall is the ark and the cradle of
oar liberton, and that the revolution of
1776 was fought and won at Banker Hill;
but we did not know until ex-Governor
Bu Hook enlightened our ignorance, of
the remarkable historical coincidence
furnished by the landing of the French
cable at Duxbury. At a dinner given to
General Dix, in Paris, on the 1st of
Jone, ex-Governor Bullock was present.
Of course, he made a speech. In that
speech he alluded to the near approach
to completion of the French cable, and
glorified Massachusetts in this wise:
"Tho steamer," said the ex-Governor,
"is soon about to start which shall carry
to our shores the only cable actually
joining Europe with the United States.
And yon will pardou me if, with a local
pride, I take to heart what I have read
during my present stay in Paris, the act
of the government of my own State of
Massachusetts, the only sovereignty that
could confor the boon granting the right
to land this electric messenger of com?
merce and amity upon the coast of Cape
Cod, by the same waters which, 230
years back, furnished auchorago to that
famous little bark that bore in its cabin
tho Constitution of the futuro republic."
We pass by tho treasonable States
rights heresy of the ex-Governor in
speaking of the "sovereignty" of Mas?
sachusetts, for which ho has been pro?
perly rebuked by some of the radical
press. What we desire especially to note
is the important fact that the Constitu?
tion of tho United States was broughl
over in tho cabin of the Mayflower. Wi
had supposed, until the ex-Governoi
corrected our mistake, that the Constitn
tion was framed at Philadelphia, in 1787,
by a convention, over wbioh Georgi
Washington, a deputy from Virginia
presided, and of which Alexander Ha
milton, Benjamin Franklin and Jame:
Madison were members, and that thes<
eminent persons actually had something
to do with tho preparation of the instru
ment to which they appended their sig
natures. It seems that we havo been ii
error, and that the Constitution was par
of the freight of "that famous littl
bark which 250 years ago" dropped an
ebor in Plymouth Bay. Wo beliov
there is nothing else in the way of na
tionnl history left for Massachusetts t
; appropriate, unless it be reserved fo
some future ex-Governor to make th
discovery that Christopher Columbi!
was a Cape Cod fisherman.
! [Baltimore Sun.
A POLITICAL PUZZLE.-The Norther
radicals continue to be sorely perplexe
over tho Virginia election. They are t
a loss to know what to mako of it, c
what it really means. Such a mixtui
was never seen before. View the crei
ture on one side, it is Republican, but
Democratic hoof sticks out. On tl
other it is Democratic, but, lo and bi
hold! the head is Republican. Whi
can the political nondescript be?
asked on all sides, and most of the sag?
have delivered their opinions, all qua!
fled with an "if," and consequently n
satisfactory, even to themselves. The
ic no doubt of this fact, viz: That Repu
lican principles triumphed, but theu tl
trouble is, the Democrats did the votin
Universal radicalism cries out, who w
lead us into the light of tho great nij
In this dilemma of our Republic
friends we may not be able to come st
ce8sfully to the rescue, but we may
least shed a small ray of light on t
question, which may eventually magu?
into a general illumination. And,
vouchsafing this service, wo shall folli
the example of Mr. Lincoln, and teli
"little story," of which tho situation ht
pens to remind us:
A distinguished Georgia politick
still living, in tho good old days
Whiggery and Democracy, was fame
for tho hard blows that he dealt tho I
mocrats as a public speaker in ev<
recurring campaign. No man npproai
ed him on the stump, and his reputat:
for swaying the multitnde whilo ho l
speaking was unrivaled. All his e
qnence, though, was lost at the po
Election after election was carried by
Democrats, until the case looked hopel
and all efforts vain. Standing at a sti
corner, one day, directly after one
these disastrous contests, and discuss
tho result, over whioh he was very sc
with a party of neighbors, be grav
wouud up ns follows: "Well, boys,
no usa to fight th? infernal crew i
longer, for no iniquity we may pr
upon them seems to do them any ba
But there is one way in which we we
beat 'em, d-n 'em, let us jin? 'em."
It is hardly necessary to allude to
sequel. Our orator did join the Dei
crats, and the result is history.
HOMICIDES.-We learn that a few il
ago, a radical named John Brown ki
Mr. J. T. Rawlin, in Telfair Coui
with a fence rail, while disputing al
some stock. Rawlin was highly
spected. And on the 26th inst, a fri
man named Robert Baldwin, shot
killed another freedman named J
Brown, in Henry County. Baldwin vc
his escape.-Atlanta Constitution.
INCREASE OF TRAVEL.-Within
past week there has been a consider
improvement in travel from and thro
this city to the North. In several
stances, tho Charlotte, Columbia
Augusta Road has been forced to tak
an extra passenger car to tho usual ti
in order to accommodate the travt
public. -A uffusta Constitutionalist.
"A3 dead as the Constitution," is
latest synonym for any body or tl
who is very dead.
\ The ono? celebrated bot almost useless
Thames Tunnel, being required for the
Bast London railway works, has been
closed for trafilo,
A. man named John Meagher, living
in Cinoinuuti, beat his wife's brains out
with an axe, on the 28th nit., and then
drowned himself. Bum was the cause.
A shooting affair occurred on Monday
last, about fifteen miles below Kaolin, in
this State. Alfred Holly, Jr., shot
Qeorge Weatherford with a double-bar?
reled gun-several buck-shot taking
effect in his neck.
CROWS.-A writer in the Cambridge
(Md.) Democrat makes aplea for the crow
as a valuable insectivorous bird, and
states that he bas a tame one which saved
his potato vines when attacked by bugs,
and subsequently put to rout an army of
poisonous worms .which had threatened
his tomatoes with destruction.
COOLIE LABOR AND CONTRACTS MADE
TN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.-The Washing?
ton Star says it is understood that, in
addition to the existing statues prohibit?
ing the importation of Coolie labor, a
bill will be introduced at the next ses?
sion of Congress, rendering all contracts
with foreigners, made in foreign coun?
tries, for labor, null and void on the ar?
rival of the laborers in this country.
# ? ^
A DISCOVERY.-Wo learn that the
workmen, in over-hauling tho old fort at
St. Augustine, Florida, discovered seve-.
ral subterranean cells or prisons, each of
which contained a long iron upright box,
and a human skeleton iu irons. Ic is
supposed these were refractory Spnuisb
soldiers, or perhaps prisoners of wur,
who wore incarcerated in these sweat
boxes and left there to die huudreds of
JUDGE DENT IN MISSISSIPPI.-The ra?
dicals, including the colored folks of
Mississippi, are working vigorously to
rule Judge Dent off the track as tho libe?
ral aud independent Republican candi?
date for Governor of Mississippi. In?
deed, his case is reduced to this proposi?
tion: Is he, or is he not, tho candidate
of Gen. Grant? The liberals say ho is;
the radicals say he is not; and so it de?
volves upon Gou. Grant to speak aud
settle the question.-New York Herald.
Tho water of Salt Lake is so dense
that a man cannot sink in it. The editor
of thc Corrinne Reporter demonstrated
this by standing upright in the water,
and without tho least motion, could not
sink to the chin. He could lie on the
water, stand in it, take ul most any posi?
tion, and still he would float and could
not sink. It is necessary, after swim?
ming in this briny water, to wrinse off
with fresh, for the salt of tho water con?
denses on one's person, and leaves one,
when dry, looking as if he had been pow?
dered all over with white chalk.
The New York Herald says the ques?
tion is in a nut-shell and thus pots it:
"Shall Virginia and the other recon?
structed States be accepted with the fulfil?
ment of the conditions of Congress,
including the fifteenth nmoudment, or
shall those States still be kept out in the
cold by an intolerant radical faction be?
cause elections do uot please thom, thus
hazarding the fifteenth amendment? In
other words, is it impartial suffrage or
only party ascendancy in the South that
is wanted by this insolent radicnl fac?
tion? The question calls for a settle?
ment from General Graut. Delay upon
it is full of mischief to his administra?
THE SUEZ CANAL.-Tho New York
Herald thioWs that iu the completion of
the Suez canal a splendid future now
seems possible for the ancient land of the
Nile, and if its rulers aro granted good
sense, and the European powers are not
foolishly jealous of each other, there is
no good reason why that future should
not be realized. It refers to the past
history of this interesting country, and
the commercial value always accorded it
by all the great rulers, from Alexander
downward. It says tho trade of the
Mediterranean has increased mightily
since the railroad was opened, some years
ago, and Egypt has increased in wealth
and importance, becoming again tho
highway to India, and the cities of the
Mediterranean coast aro sharing the
benefit ns of old. But, it says, useful as
the railroad is, it wants the Suez canal,
and that opened, the nncient country
will soon assume somewhat of its former
importance. It does not wonder that the
Sultan has become jealous of his vassal,
for Ismail Pacha is already, in the eyes
of Europe and America, a more important
personage than his master. It surmises,
if the Viceroy plays his cards well, he
may .not only soon be an independent
prince, but ho may soon have many
cities, any one of which will bc more im?
portant than Constantinople. It adds:
The wealth of "Ormns and of Iud"
seeking the European market, and the
manufactures of Europe seeking the
commercial emporiums of Asia, must
needs pass through his territory. No
other way will bo thought of, because no
j other way will pay. Alexandria, i?i a few
years, will double her population. It
will not bo otherwise with Cairo. New
cities will spring up all along tho lino of
the canal. Egypt, which requires but
atteution aud care to be made once more
ono of tho gardens of the world, will
blossom aud rejoice on every side. As
we have said already, Ismail Pacha bus
the cards in his hands, if he knows how
to use them. His personal sucoess or
failure is of the less importance, that
Egypt will have become the object of the
world's attention nnd care. Sho must go
on. It is now no longer au impossibility
that, with Egypt for its contre, a new and
mighty empire should arise in the East.
It may be the privilege of mauy now liv?
ing to witness the realization of the
dreams, tho ambitions, the struggles of
I forty centuries.
Patton, who eulogized Ben. Butler by
writing bia biography, says there is so
little to commend in George Washing?
ton, that it will not pay to write his life.
"Papa, what is humbug?" "It is,"
replied papa, "when mamma pretends
to be very fond of me, and puts no
buttons on my shirt till reminded of it a
A citizen of Philadelphia who used a
weak solution of carbolic acid as a wash
to neutralize the offeusivo odor arising
from a cancer, discovered that the latter
was entirely removed by the application.
The solution consisted of one-fourth of
an ounce of acid diluted in a quart of
Columbia Typographical Union.
AREGULAR MEETING of thia Union will
_bs held THIS (Saturdaj) EVENING, at
Palmetto Eugine House, at 8 o'clock. Members
will take dud notice, and govern themselves
accordingly. By order of the President.
July 31 1 W. E. ANDERSON, Secretary.
UR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
RESPECTFULLY begs tho indulgence of |
his patients and tho public generally, for
a few days, as business of importance compels
him to bo absent fronr thc city until tho 10th
of August._July 31 2*
I, A I'll LN?3 C. U., 8. C.
THIS establishment has been
completely furnished, and is
now open for the accommoda
_"tion of pcrmanont and tran?
sient boaidurs. Tablo well supplied. Rooms
comfortable Term? moderate.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
July 31 Hmo*_
IS hereby given to tho Tax-Payers of Lex
ingtonCouuty, that by permission of Hon.
R. TomliiiBon, State Auditor, the time for tho
collection of taxea in thiH County ia extended
until SATURDAY, tho 14th day of AuguBt
next. After which day tue penalty of twenty
per cont, will positively be added.
Tho Treaaurcr takes great pleasure in an?
nouncing that more than two-thirds of the
taxes aaBessed in thia County have already
been paid in; and ho indulges tho hope that
before the time above specified shall have ex?
pired, the remainder will bo paid.
BOLIVAR I. HAYE8,
Troaaurer Lexington County.
TnKAsrjRER'3 OFFICE, LEXINGTON C. H., S. C.,
July 29,1869._July 31 1?
PfjA BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS,
.JVJVJ for aalo low, bv
July 30_E. & G. P. HOPE.
Turnips ! Turnips '.-New Varieties.
WINTER FLAT DUTCH,
Purple Top Yellow Ruta Baga,
Just received at
FISHER A HEINITSH,
July 23 Druggists.
Tobacco ! Tobacco !!
rj(\ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
30 boxes Fair Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxea Extra Rock City Chewing Tobacco.
4 boxea Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxea Roso Bud Choiring Tobacco.
July 20_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
FRUIT PRESERVING SOLUTION.
A SUPPLY JUST IN
E. E. JACKSON'S DRUG STORE.
Julv 24 Imo
Choice Tobacco-Smoking and Chewing
CHEWING-Rough and Readv,
With common gradea, in full enpplv, for
ealo by GEO. SYMMERS.
THAT aplendid CORN AND eOT
TON FARM, known as the "SALU-SK
.DA FORK PLANTATION,"situated
nine miles South from Newberry Court House,
S. C., and forty miloa from Columbia. The
placo coutaina about eighteen hundred acree
of choice landa; about twelve hundred of
which aro open, and tho balance woodland.
Bounded on two sides by "Buah" and "Big"
Saluda Rivera, it afforda a large proportion of
the most deairable bottom or swamp landa;
aud on Big Saluda River it baa one of tho
moBt valuable unimproved water privileges in
the South. Tho improvement* aro an elegant
Two-Story Framed Dwelling, B?X or eight Dou
I hie Framed Houses for laborera quarters,
Stables, Barna, Blacksmith and Carpenter
Shops and other out-houaea-all sound and in
good condition. Belonging to the place, and
propelled bv an excellent water power, ia one
of tho beat Merchant Mills in the Stato, having
two Betts of forty-eight inch French Burr
Wheat Stones, and ono of same sizo for Corn,
with machinery all complete. Alao, a No.
Circular Saw Mill; Gin House with a aeventy
?vo Saw Gin; Threshing House, with an excel?
lent Thresher and Grain Fan; also, a Cotton
Screw. Landa in thia section will produce
from one to two balea of cotton per aero with?
out a doubt.
Terms caah or ita equivalent. Parties wieh?
ing to pnrchaao, can aee the placo and obtain
further information by application to Jordan
P. Pool, Eau., Newborry Court House, 8. O.
or address n. WARE A SON,
July 9 2rao ? _Now Orleans, La.
At Bign of (he f?j^&Mammolh Walch.
Gregg's Building, Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAS on hand, and ia
'conatautly receiving ad?
ditions to bin atock of, GOLD and SIL?
VER WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL
?RY, Silver and Plated Ware, Specta
clea, and Fine Cutlery.
Ho would call particular attention lo hia
atock of PLATED WARE, useful aa well aa or?
namental, which ia all warranted triple plated,
and sold astonishingly low for cash.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
MA desirable RESIDENCE, containing
seven rooms. Well of good water on the
premises. Apply to
July 13 GREGG, PALMER ic CO.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY MORNING, August 2, I will ?ell,
at 10 o'clock, in front of tbs Court House,
A building LOT, situated on Richland, be?
tween Samtor and Marion streets, being
52 feet 2 inches front, running back 138 feet:
bounded East by Beard's Lot, and West by
Tr.mrs or BALE.-One-half cash; balance
payable 1st January. 1870. Secured by bond
and mortgage. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers._ July 27 tuthsm
Lot, Brick Store and Family Residence.
BY JACOB LEVES.
On MONDAY MORNING, August 2, I will sell
in front of tho Court House,
LOT No. 1-Situated on Main street, 62 feet
2 inches front by 208 feet 8 inches deep, on
which there is a good two-ftury Brick Build?
ing, used as a Store, 60 by 21 feet, and the up -
8er part a good Dwelling, with all necessary
ut-Buildinge: bounded North by Lound?,
and South by Moin tosh.
Lot No. 2-Contains 52 feet 8 inches front
by 208 feet 8 inches deep; bounded North by
Lot No. 1, and South by Williams. On this
Lot there is a neat Cottage, with 6 rooms, and
a comfortable Dwelling, with 3 rooms, and
every necessary Out-Building.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash; one-third
on 1st January, 1870; one-third on 1st July,
1870. Secured by bond sud mortgage, and
premises insured. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. July 27 tuthsm
GEORGE PAGE & 00.,
No. 5 \. Schroeder Street, Baltimore, Md.
MANUFACTURERS OF PAGE'S IM?
PROVED PATENT PORTABLE CIRCU?
LAR SAW MILLS, Stationary and Portable
Steam Engines and Boilers, Grist Mills, Shin?
gle Machines, Lath and Slab Machinery, Saw
G?mmers, Horse Powers, Shafting, Pullies,
Ac. Dealers in Circular Saws and Mill sup?
plies generally, and Manufacturer?' Agents
for every description of wood-working ma?
chinery. Our Independent and Simultaneous
Head-blocks, patented December 15, 1868, and
improved Friction Feed, patented July 13,
18G9, in addition to previous patents, make
our Baw Mills stand unrivaled. Estimates and
plana furnished, and contracts entered into
for the creotion of Circular, Gang Mnlay or
Sash Mille. Correspondence solicited, and
Catalogues furnished, on application, by mail
or otherwise._July 30 ly
House and Lot for Sale.
MTHE subscriber offers for sale a
HOUSE and LOT, in the village of Cross
Hill, in a desirable, location. Tho build?
ing has a good Store-room on the first floor
.to by 30 feet; and on the second floor ia a com?
fortable Room for a family. Any information
wanted, will bo givon by Jas. Goodman, at
Cross Hill, or by me, at Ninety-Six, G. ac C.
R. R. By applying soon a bargain can bo ob
ttdned. O. D. GOODMAN,
July 29 3_ Laurons County. 8. C.
Select School for Young Ladies.
- MISS C. C. BALL will open, on
/TZBa. the 1st of September, 1869, a select
tOraa^scnooL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
^SSBEssA full corps of experienced Teach
_W__\_Wcra ai,d Professors will bo employ
s\_\\\\~ cd. Charges moderate. For circu?
lars, address the PRINCIPAL, Baltimore, Md.
Miss Ball will bc assisted by her sister, Mrs.
C. E. ENGELBRECHT, formerly of Columbia,
B.C. _July 15 thsU
Estate of Frederick Zesterfleth.
NOTICE is hereby given that on tho 23d
day of August next the undersigned will
apply to Hon. William Hutson Wigg, Judge of
Probato for Richland County, for a final dis?
charge as Administrator of the estate of Fre?
derick Zesterfleth, deceased.
July 23 j lino_Administrator.
ALL PERSONS having claims ageinst the
estate of Mas. E. T. HOPKINS, of Rich?
land County, are requested to hand them in,
properly attested; and all indebted will make
immediate payment to
JAMES HOPKINS, Administrator,
May 8 B!3 Hopkins' Turn-Ont, S. C. R. R.
Richland-In Probate Court.
W. W. Rife vs. T. C. Rife, et a\-In partition
ON motion of J. H. Runklef Attorney' prd
pet., it is ordered that tho creditors of the
estate of Jaoob Rife, deceased, provo their
claims before the Judge of Probate, on or be?
fore the 9th day of October, A. D. 1869.
July 10 s_ Judge of Probate.Jj
D. GAMBRILL, BROKER
ND Dealer in GOLD, SILVER, BANE
. . BILLS, BONDS, STOCK8, ?c., 4c,
.a..m street, near the Post Office, Columbia,
8. C._July 8 Imo*
Now is Your Time !
WB?ZH^ I AM RECEIVING mw
W__\_;f^__f1 weekly supplies di- ___
JHlBflTvR^rect from thc best JUH
^^B??*ifc35manufacturcrs in " sL
Philadelphia, Baltimore and North Carolin
aaa have made suoh arrangements with the
as will enable mo to offer raro inducements t
garchaizers. Persons wishing to buy BOOTI:
HOES and HATS, will save money by givini
me a call, as "quick sales and short profits" i
mv motto. A. SMYTHE,
Juno 1 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
E. E. JACKSON'S.
July 24 Imo_
Dil. W. II, TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dyo, For salo by
Fob 27 ly _E. E. JACKSON.
OLD BANK BILLS,
Old Bank Stock,
By D. GAMBUILL, Main street."
July 20 ?imo
C. F. JACKSON
50 cents Dress Goods at 25 cents !
Long-cloth, splendid, at 6 yards for $1|
New Prints and Homespuns Just Re]
TO BE UAD AT TUE
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT AND HATE
-\f \ TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, tt
Xv/ cents per pound by retail, just receive
and for salo by J. & T. lt. AGNEW.]