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LONDON, J nu o 29.-There is active de?
mand for money at the banks and on the
8 tree ta.
John Bright's health is restored.
New tea nrove3 inferior.
PARIS, June 29.-The French Govern?
ment is negotiating a heavy loau to com?
plete the regeneration of Puris, inaugu?
rated by Baron Hausmann.
FLORENCE, Jane 29.-It is reported
that Garibaldi is quite ill.
CORE, June 29.-Quiet has been nom?
inally restored, but commercial uneasi?
ness continues. Government precautions
HAVANA, June 29.-Gonzales Juuio
the insurgent leader, who surrendered
some time ago to the Spanish authorities
at Yilla Clara aud was pardoned, was
tried and oonvioted last week, for crimes
committed while a rebel leader, nud exe?
cuted this morning. Advices from thc
interior, report both parties killing pri?
soners. DeRodas' reports show an ex?
cess of butcheries on the part of the
I)o HU H tlc ScWS.
CHARLESTON, June 29.-Arrived
Steamship Charleston, New York.
"NV A SHIN (j TON, Juno 29.-Tho reference
of the Bait and coal tariff to the Com?
mittee, defeats actiou this session.
In the House, Senate bills amendatory
of the bill of 1867, protecting the rights
of actual settlers; the confirming entries
to public lands in Alabama in certain
coses; establishing and protecting na?
tional cemeteries, passed and go to tho
President. The Recoustructiou Com?
mittee postponed the amnesty bill to
December. A majority of tho commit?
tee will try md mako tho postponement
plausible, by argument, that the preseut
session is too short. Tho Texas Pacific
Railroad bill passed the Senate at a late
hour last night. The company is au?
thorized to construct a continuous rail?
road and telegraph lino from Marshall,
Texas, to Sau Diego, California, via El
Paso. The gauge of the road is to be
five feet; the capital stock of the com?
pany is to be one hundred million dol?
lars. In aid of the enterprise public
lands are granted to the extent of twenty
sections per mile iu States, and forty
sections per mile in territories. In the
construction of the road American iron
or steel must be used exclusively. The
company is authorized to issue its first
mortgage bonds to the amount of forty
thousand dollars per mile.
In the House, the report of the Con?
ference Committee on currency was de?
feated, and a new eouference asked. The
lino of argument was, that the bill re?
ported by the Conference Committee in?
volved contraction. The vote against
the bill was 53 to 132.
In the Senate 20,000 copies of the fif?
teenth amendment enforcement bill was
ordered to be printed.
Cameron's motion to reconsider the
Texas Pacilic Railroad bill, to restrict
branches to 20,000 tons foreigu iron,
failed. The tax bill was resumed; tho
amendment reducing the duty on coal
and slate to fifty cents per ton, failed
18 to 20. The tariff on live animals is
twenty-five per cent, ml valorem; breed?
ing animals free, except from Mexico and
Canada. The present dnty on opium is
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
Tho New Orleaus, Florida and Gulf
mail to Havana has beeu awarded to
Sandford Hite, of St. Louis, with a sub?
sidy of ?58,000 per annum for four
years. Tho iuitiul point is fixed at New
BOSTON, Juue 29.-E. Porter Dyer, Jr.,
former cashier of Newtonville Bunk, was
sentenced to six months imprisonment
and 836,000 flue.
NEW YORK, June 29.-Morals Lcmns,
the Cuban Miuister to the United States,
PITTSBURG, Juno 29.-During a terri?
ble storm, which prostrated houses and
trees, the lightning fired 2,000 barrels of
oil, and the tank of tho Eclipse Refinery,
which exploded. The burning oil, float?
ing down the river, burned tho Sharps
burg bridge. One persou was burned to
RICHMOND, June 29.-Jeter Phillips,
who was to have been huug Friday, for
the murder of his wile, has been respi?
ted by the Governor, until July 22d.
Thermometer to-day 99 degrees. A vio?
lent thunder and rain storm visited us
SAN FRANCISCO, Jnuo 29.-E. M. Hol?
brook, ex-delegate from Idaho, has been
assassinated at Idaho City.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 29.-Thc British
Bhip St. Lawrence, loading for Havre,
with over 2,000 bales of cotton and other
cargo on board, took fire and was pump?
ed full of water. Tho v ssel and cargo
will be saved in a damaged coudition.
"Mark Twain" writes about tho new
crime "iusuuity," ns follows: Iusanity
certainly is on the iucrense iu tho world,
and crime is dying out. There are no
longer any murderers-nono worth men?
tioning, at any rate. Formerly, if you
killed a man, it was possible that you
were insane-but now if you kill a man,
it is evidence that you aro a lunatic. In
these days, too, if a person of good fami?
ly and high social standing steals any?
thing, they call it kleptomania, aud send
him to the lunatic asylum. If a persou
in high standing squanders his fortune
in dissipation, and closes his career with
strychnine or a bullet, "temporary aber?
ration" is what was tho trouble with him.
An irreverent lawyer having insulted
Judge Pitzor, of tho California Bench,
his Honor desoended, seized a caue, and
administered to the attorney a severe
flogging. Tho Judge resumed his seat,
and bude tho whipped pleader to pro?
ceed with his remarks.
A musician, in giving notice of an in?
tended concert, tbu.^ expressed it: "Dur?
ing tho evening a ninety of songs may
bo expected too tedious to meution."
fPINAHCJAJb AND ?OMMKUCIAL.
NEW YOBK? Jane 29-Noon.-Flour
and wheat dull and unchanged. Oom
dull and declining. Pork qniet, at 29.75.
Lard dull, at 15%. Cotton lower-20J?
?20^'; eales 200 bales. Freights dall.
Governments dull-bonds 11)4'. South?
ern State securities dull. Little doing
in stocks, owing to the heat. Money
easy, at 3@5. Exchange 9% for long;
10>? for short. Gold stronger and still
dull, at II)?. Tennessee's, ex-coupon,
G5,3.?; Virginia's, ex-coupon, 70 asked;
uew G9; Louisiana's, old, 77; new 73;
levee's 77; S's 95; Alabama 8's 101 ; S's
7G; Georgia G's 89; 7's95; North Caro?
lina's, old, 49; new 27,14'; South Caroli?
na's, old, 92 asked; new 82.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and nominal;
sales 1,000 bales-uplands 20,?.<. Flour
dull. Wheat fuvors buyers. Corn 1?
2c. lower. Pork low, at 29.50. Lurd
dull. Whiskey 1.02(3)1.03. Groceries
quiet. Money easy. Gold llj??ll??<
Goverumeut's closed dull. Southern's
CINCINNATI, June 29.-Flour dull and
and lower-family 5 5U@5.75. Corn dull,
at S2?83; prime white shelled sold at
85. Whiskov steady, ut 1.00. Pork held I
at 30.00. Bacon dull-shoulders 13??@
1314'; packed sides held at 1'6>?@17}?.
Lard held at 1G.
ST. LOUIS, JUUO 29.-Flour dull and
uuchauged. Com declining. Whiskey
limier, at 1.03. Pork dull, at 29.75?
30.00. Shonldsrs 1S)?; clear rib sides
NEW ORLEANS, June 29.-Flour dull
sn perri ne 5 50. Com quiet-mixed 95;
yellow 1.00. Pork lower, at 31.25. Ba?
con dull, at 17J??18#; hams 22?22>.i.
Lard quiet-tierce 15|.?@1G?.,'; keg 18^.
Sugar firm-primo 11)4?\1%. Molas?
ses firm, at GO? 75. Whiskey 1.00? 1.10.
I Coffee- prime 17>4f?17j?. Gold 11>?.
MOBILE, June 29.-Cotton dull atid
lower-low middling 17?.,; sales 900
bales; receipts 15.
SAVANNAH, Juue 29.-Cotton in good
demand-middling 18'? ; sales 800 bales;
receipts 63G; stock 12,910.
AUGUSTA, Juue 29.-Cotton market
quiet and prices easier, closing irregu?
lar-sales 205 bales; receipts 35; mid?
CHARLESTON, June 29.-Cotton opened
steady and closed dull, middlings ll}.*;
sales 200 bales; receipts 223; exports
coastwise, 773; stock 5,038.
LONDON, June 29-Noon.-Consols
92?.i. Bonds 90?u'.
PARIS, June 29.-Tho Bourse opened
dull-rentes 72f. 42c.
LIVERPOOL, June 29-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened dull and quiet-uplands 9J?
?10. Orleans 10Jj??10k.
LIVERPOOL, Juue^ 29-Eveniug.-Cot?
ton-uplands 9???10; Orleans 9???@
9?4'; sales 8,000 bales.
HAVRE, June 29.-Cotton opened flat,
at HG, both spot and afloat.
A GERMAN SWINDLER.-The Cologne
Z-iituny has tho following account of a
rather smart swindler:
"An unparalleled swindle, lately per?
petrated in n provincial capital, has
caused much stir. A gentleman stepped
iuto tho store of a merchant, followed
by n servant. The gentleman, who wore
bis right arm in a sling, was taken for a
military pensioner, and tho merohnut
gladly placed before him such articles ns
he asked far. When ho came to settle
tho account, however, ho found he bad
not sufficient money, so bo asked the
merchant to write a note from bis dicta?
tion to his wife, which he would send to
his hotel by bis servant. The merchant
unsuspiciously wrote as he was desired,
and on a sheet bearing the uamc of the
brm, these words: 'Scudmo immediate?
ly, by tho bearer 200 thaleis. Yours,
Robert.' He, smiling, closed np tho
note with the expression, 'Ah, then, we
aro namesakes!' The servant took the
note, and soon returned with tho re?
quired sum. The gentleman paid for
bis wares,-gave them to his servant to
carry, nud went away. Some hours after
the wife of tho merchant visited him,
and after talking of suudry things, sud?
denly asked bim why ho sent for the 200
thalers. Tho mau was rendered speech?
less with astonishment when he saw what
a cheat had been played npou him. The
search after the sharper has not yet been
A friend of ours, says an cxehauge,
who took a trip to California, said that
he was not afraid of tho Indians, be?
cause he belonged to the Benevolent
Order of Red Men, and knew nil thc
passwords and winks, and tho figurative
language and things, and no savage was
going to tnuoh him, initiated and fixed
up iu regalia as ho was. He hod not
gone moro than a huudred miles from
Omaha before a band of Indians came at
bim and scooped him np. Ho took tho
chief aside and whispered tho password
iu his oar and gave him the grip twenty
six times on both hands, and made some
observations about "fifth moons" and
"happy hunting grounds." Tho chief
replied iu a fraternal manner by toma
kowking him and jobbing his butchor
knife into his vitals. Our friend re?
marked that these ceremonies were not
observed in his lodge; but tho chief
wanted to show him all the peculiarities
of the Western system, so he scalped
him and chopped oil' bis nose, and was
about to build a bonfire on bis stomach
when somo soldiers arrived and rescued
him. Ho is now tho bald-hcndcdest Red
Man this side of tho Pacific Ocoan, and
you never saw a persou so disgustad with
secret societies aud Iudiau poetry. Ho
is going to auo his lodge for passiug a
counterfeit grip on him, aud for damage
done by loss of his hair.
Fulton Market Beef.
flMOICE FULTON MARKET BEEP and
\J Pickled beef Tongues, just receiveil and
for sale by J. A T. It. AGNEW.
pf f\ BAGS BIO COFFER, for sale low to
D\J dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
A. H. Stephana' Great Work I
THE WAH BETWEEN THE 8TAT?8, ita
Causo, Character, Ac, by Alexander H.
Stephens, late vice-President of the Confede?
rate States. This work is now ready, and for
sale by subscription, by F. P. BEARD,
Only authorized Agont,
No. 1 Law Range, Columbia, 8. C.
S9~ Copies of this work sent to any address,
C. O.P._;_Jnne PO tb2
Soutn Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues or
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUPONS, and executo
orders for thc purchase and sale of Gold, and
all Brat-class securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
able on demand, or at first fixed dato, bearing
interest, and available in all parts of tho
ADVANCES made to any dealer*, on ap?
proved collaterals, at maiket rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made everywhere in tho
United Staten, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sohl.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
Juno 29 3ni?_
GREENVILLE AND COLOMBIA RAILROAD Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Juno 20, 1870.
COUPONS oftho State, Guaranteed BONDS,
Certificates of Indebtedness, and Second
Morlgago BONDS of this Company, duo 1st
July, 1870, will bo paid at tho Ranking House
ot H. H. Ki ni pt OU, No. 9 Nassau street, New
York, or at tho Carolina National Rank, in
Columbia, S. C , on and after thc 1st day ol
Tho INTEREST on tho outstanding First
Mortgage Bonds and Fractional Certificates
of Indebtedness, will be paid at thc ofiico of
REUBEN TOMLINSON, Treasurer.
Jun? 2'J i l
A5~ Papers publishing for the Company by
agreement, will copy weokly till 1st July.
Fruit and Fish.
CANNED PEACHES-2 lb. Cans-25c. each.
Canned Tomatoes-2 *' " 20c. "
Canned Salmon-1 lb. Cans--10c. each.
Canned Oysters-1 lb. Cans-20c. "
Canned Lobsters-1 lb. Cans-20c. "
('.inned Mack orel-2 l?. Cans-G.jr. "
All fresh and lino, and for salo by
June 29 _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Removal of Dental Office.
jggg? DR. D. Ii. BOOZER has removed his
?nffTWoflico t?i Mr. G. Diercks' new building,
on Main street, over tho .Messrs. Porter ?V
Co.'s Dry Ooo.ls' Store, where he oilers his
professional services to his former patrons
and thc public. June 28
IrtOR thc hem lit of thu VIGILANT FIRE
1 ENGINE COMPANY, will bo held at tho
new building recoutly erected by Mr. Calnan,
at the corner of Main and Gervais streets,
commencing July 4, and continuing two days.
As this isa public enterprise, our citizens are
cordially invited to lend us their aid. All do?
nations on behalf of the Company will be
thankfully received. Tho utmost order and
decorum will be preserved. Admission 25
cents. Doors open at ? p. m.
C. 1). LOWNDES,
June 28 jj Chairman Com. Arrangem'm.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R R Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 27,1870.
PROPOSALS to do the GRADING and tem?
porary TRESTLE WORK, tor Railroad on
Wayne street, between Rice and Gel vais street,
in thin eily, are invited.
Plans and estimates of quantity of work to
bc done, will be exhibited, on application.
June 23 lt C. BOUKNIGHT, Knp't.
Ij^AM I LY PACKAGES ASSORTED CRACR
EUS, consisting of Milk, Cream, Egg,
Rutter, Boston and Lemon Crackers.
Fresh Sugar,Rutter, Soda, Lemon and EGG
CRACKERS, just received and tor sale at
wholesale and retail, bv
_J_une2S_ "J. A T. R. AGNEW.
1 I PIPE Jas. Honncssy's 1800 Cognac.
_L~"dc 1 pipe " " 18(55 "
I .j pipe Brandenburg Freres 1835 "
I Being Importer's Agent for salo of all Fo?
reign Wines and Liquors offered by mo, I can
givo equal inducements to tho trado any Job?
bing House in New York or Baltimore can
oller. GEO. SYMMERS.
j Juno 2?1__
f? A CASES TABLE CLARET, for salo low,
0\J for carh, bv GEO. SYM.MERS.
5,000 Xiive Indians,
JUST arrived per "Inland Air-Line Route.
For sale bv GEO. SYMMERS.
Stocks and Bonds,
GOLD AND SILVER,
Rank Notes, Coupons.
County Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated
Currency, Ac, Ac. Bought and sold by
Office Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
May 19 3mn_
Samples for Distribution.
_Ci Oto HARDY SOLOMON'S aud get a samplo
\JC of Dr. l'rice'a CREAM RAKING POW
DERS. All they want is a trial, to convinco
housc-kecpera that thoy aro the beat now in
Headquarters Dry Goods Division,
COLUMBIA, S. C., JUNK 3, 1870.
O EXE li AL OLDER KO. 1,
(Jo to S. ll'. Dorter ?fc Co. for ltanjains.
OUR counters are now actually groaning
beneath the heavy weight of fresh DRY
GOODS just to hand, per steamer, from New
York. We propose to diminish this stock
about ono half, bolero tho first of July next;
ahdiu order to accomplish this end wo know
wo must sell cheap. 'Tho enemy, "Dull Times,"
is upon us, and must bo met and overcome.
We have lind many engagements with the
?'anio foo, and whipped bin:; will do so now,
let tho result bo as it may. "We intend lo
light it out on this line, ii' it takes all sum?
mer." This is no idle jest, but a stern reality.
Wo aro the only House in the city Ii; posses?
sion of tho secret, how to make dull times
easv; 'tis well worth knowing. We commence
to-day giving gratuitous information to our
customers on this head. All wishing this
knowledge can be accommodated by calling .ii
By order of S. W. PORTER A CO.
G.RAIIOAIXS, A. A. G.
P. H.-Nono gonn ino except those bearing our
signature. Reware of baso imitators.
2NUSH. PRIME WHITE CORN,
.\Jv/V_/ which will be sold at lowest
market price, for cash, at
Hay 4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Connoisseurs, go to Pollock's.
EINEM HIESIGEN geebrtou deutschen
L'ublioum hierdurch die ergebene Anzeige,
daea ich im Laden dos Herrn R. 0. Shiver ala
Verk?ufer angoatellt bin nnd bitte lob meine
geohrten Landalento eicb bei eintretendem
Bedarf und boim Einkauf der verschiedenen
Artikel sich gefrelligst au mich wenden zu
Nach 7 Jrohriger Praxis in don ersten Ge?
sch?ften ira alton Vaterlau'le, hoffe ich allon
Anforderungen dor geehrten Kunden ent?
sprechen zu tonnen und unter Zusicherung
der aufmerksamsten und freundlichsten Be?
dienung empfehle ich mich
Mit vorz?glicher Hochachtung,
Juno 29 2 ALB. SCJULUN.
Creme De La Creme.
"I AA BARKELS very superior FAMILY
200 bari ola low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low hv EDWARD HOPE.
June 22_ _
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
A. S M Y T TI E,
<Ol.I' MUI V HOTEL. BUILDING.
HAYING determined to reduce my present
spring und summer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac., which ia very large and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
tho fall trade, I offer all gooda in my line at
COST for the noxt thirty days; at which time
stock will bc taken. Thia is a raro opportu?
nity, especially for thc trade aud consumer?,
to Bccuro great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
WE beg to tender our thauks to t!ic nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE A CO.,
for their past Biipport, and pledge them, aa
wo have made additions to our capital aud in?
creased our facilities, to servo their interests
even more faithfully than heretofore.
We have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and aro Dr.
i i.mn N en to clean out our stock at low price?,
. as to tie aldo t? FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give US a trial, aud you
will be convinced. Ordt ra from tho up coun?
try solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
June 12 LORRI CK A LOWRANCE.
A fresh lot of
Columbia Hotel Building,
Juno IS Columbia, 8? C.
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
friend* and customers that wc have so arranged
our Gooda and Countura that the re will net be
the slightest inconvenience in making pur?
chases while the alter::?ions in cur slure are
We would advise parties at a distance, who
cannot personally select thooda, to send na
their orders and wo will moat certainly please
in both quality and prices, or return the
Wc ship by Expresa "C. O. D." or aa direct?
ed. Still further reductions in prices. The
stock munt bc cleared.
June ll_J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
?, THE celebrated Wilcox
jj 111 In M A Gibba SEWING MA
<SQSTCHINE will bu on exhi
whg? j? bition at myStoro. These
/^JW Yt Machinea are noiaeleas,
riffiwP'^TiMJUf ' aim w'" worlk which
WJn^^S^^Hf'^ no other machinea can
W . /'Fliiitrtfc tin. Cull .md yee.
Juno Hi_ F. \. SCHNEIDER.
Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines, &c.
-^^^ THE Huhcciiher offera for salo
^><Z new and second-hand SEWING
^CJXC?^MACHINES of all the principal
ENGLISH GUNS and Sportsmen's Equip?
ments, which are offered for sale at coat priced.
June IG V. A. SCHNEIDER.
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Maj 24 3ino_ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
Choice May Butter.
6TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, jual re?
ceived and for sale bv
Jtint^l_L_t T. R. AO NEW.
Everybody, go to Pollock's!
* ? ?
Fourth of July Excursion !
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
GBEENYILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Juno 29,1870.
FROM SATURDAY, July 2. to WEDNES?
DAY, July C, Excursion Tickets will be
issued nt all Stations whoro Tickets are sold
on ibis Road, to go to aud return from any
point for ono fare tho round trip, tho privilege
to return not to extend beyond thc Otb Inst.
Extra Trains will bu run" from Greenville,
Anderson and Abbeville lo Columbia, on SUN?
DAY, the 3d inst., leaving at the usu.il bonrs.
JOHN H. MORE, General Sup't.
June 09 3
STATE TBEASUIIEB'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 24, 1870.
THE feuerest due on the Bonds cf tho State
of South Carolina will be paid on and aft er
the letproximo, at this ofllco, and at tho office
of H. H. KIMPTON, Financial Agent of the
State, No 9 Nassau stroetj New York.
Tho Interest due on Registered State Stock
will be paid on and after the 1st proximo, at
the Treasury Office only.
AR Interest due on State debt ia pavablo in
gold. NILES G. PARKER,
June 29 4 TreaH'r State South Carolina.
W. 8. LOVE & CO.'S
DRY GOODS HOUSES
Is convincing proof that
"DULL TIMES" ARE MADE EASY.
THE LADIES say the (iOODS aro all so
uniformly CHEAP, while the
Stand, tho centre of attraction, loaded with
euch DESIRARLE GUOI'S that all are suited,
and none fail to buy.
Our buyer in New York is picking up and
sending lia mo DRIVES IN DRY noons.
Parties wishing samples of our doods will
be supplied upon application, upou the broad
principle of honor, and the Mame liberal spirit
of accommodation wo expect to carry on tho
business on the ONE rniCE SYSTEM.
W. I). LOVE A CO.,
Juno 19 Columbia Hotel Building..
W. D. LOVE. II. IJ.M'caEEllY.
Must be Sold!!
WE have about ?10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more then wo can realize on
this Spring, and we are anxious to
get rill ot some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that Milpose.
Our stock is the largest, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Gooils,
and bought right. Large line of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. Now
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Rest Fitting SHIRTS, lt is now
generally admitted that wo aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
II. Si XV. C. SWAFPIELD,
Bargains ! Bargains ! !
The place to get thom is at
C. F. JACKSOM'S
DRY GOODS HOUSE,
STA I .V S TUX ET,
(1ALL and see the Bargain Table, and take
J a choice of any article for 23 cents, worth
Another choice for 50 cents, worth il.00.
And still another choice for $1.00, worth
Now is thc timo to get good bargains, as
tho stock must be sold. C. F. JACKSON.
Choice Family Flour.
fr f \ BARRELS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR,
?JU frosh ground from soleatcd Wheat,
ami warranted the best in the market.
25 barrels Hocker's SELF-RAISING FLOUR
for sale low by tho barrel aud at retail hv
Juno 1 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Hungry people, go to Pollock's.
Desirable City Lots Belonging to the State of
BY JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
ON tho FIRST MONDAY in July next, at 10
o'clock, iu front of tho Court Houso, iu the
city ?r Columbia, I will Bell, by order of J.
H. Rainey, Secretary of Commieeionere of
tho Sinking Fund, the following desirable
Containing 10 i i foet front by 208.8 deep,
more or lees, fronting Blanding South, being
tho corner fronting East tho Palmetto road.
Measuring 104.4 front by 208.8, mora or less,
on blanding street, adjoining No. 1.
Measuring 104 4 froDt by 208.8, more or leas,
on blanding street, adjoining No. 2.
Measuring 101.4 front by 208.8, more or lesa,
b? big Hie \\ eetern corner fronting Blanding
strei t South and Gadsden street Weat.
Measuring 104 4 front on Gadsden street
Weet bv 20S 8, moro or leas.
Measuring 104 4 trout by 208.8, more orleea.
fronting Gadsden atreot Weat and Laurel
Measuring 104.4 front on Laurel etreet by
208 8. more or lesa.
Measuring 104 4 front on Laurel etreet by
208 8, fronting the Palmetto road East.
NO. 1.-On Main street 101.4 feet by 208.8
front, moro or leas, corner of Senate street.
NO. 2.-Adjoining No. 1; samo dimensions.
The map showing particulars of tho above,
may be aeen at my ofneo. *
THUMS OF SALE.-Cash. Purchasers to pay
for papera and Btampa.
J&9- Charleston Republican will please ccpy
and ?end forward bill to Auctioneer.
BY virtne of sundry writs of fieri facias to
me directed, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in July next, in front ol the Court House,
in Columbia, within the legal hons,
All tho right, title and interest of tho de?
fendant in 000 acres of LAND, near Kingsville,
in Richland County, bounded by the lauds of
tho catato of James H. Seay, William Weston
and the Congaree niver, and intersected by
the South Carolina Railroad. Levied on as
the property of William A. Mitchell, at the
auit of John C. Dial, survivor of Allen A Dial,
vs. William A. Mitchell. Terms cash.
.Turin 12 mth P. F. FBAZEE, 8. B. C.
BY virtue or sundry executions directed to
me, 1 will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
July next, in front of the Court House, in Co?
lumbia, within the legal boura,
Tho Contenta of one BOX, consisting of
Straight and Circular Planes, Drawing-Knives,
Cleavers, Hand Adzes, Axes, Augers, Bits,
Hand-haws, Shoe-Hammers, Lasts and Lea?
ther. Levied on as the property of Robert O.
Sowers, at tho suit of James v. Young Ss Co.
and William C. Goodwin vs. Robert C. Sowers.
Terms cash. P. F. FBAZEE,
Juno 12 mth_8. R. C.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to mo di?
rected, I will eell, ou the first MONDAY
iu July next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours, the entire
stock in trade of tho defendant, consisting of
DRUGS, Medicines, Counters, Scales, Ac.
Levied on aa the property of A. J. Berry, at
the suit of J/M. Rantin vs. A. J. Berrv. Terms
can h. P. P. FBAZEE, S*. B. C.
D. B. Miller, C. C. P., vs. Jonathan M P.lake
ly.-Bill to Foreclose Mortgage, Belief, ?ic.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, Bitting in Equity, I will sell,
on tho FIRST MONDAY in July next, within
the legal boura, in front of tho Court House,
All that Tract of LAND lying in Lexington
County, about niue mile? from tho Columbia
Bridge, containing four thousand ono hundred
and seventeen aud ono-half (4,117?) acres,
more or lena, bounded on the North sud Weat
by Congaree Creek; on tho Eaat by lauds
granted to Jacob Geiger and Samuel Percival,
lands of tho Mc?ers. Hutler, and landa former?
ly belonging to-Rodgers; South-east by
hinda formerly belonging to Godfrey Geiger;
South and South-west by lands granted to
Jacob Geiger, and landa claimed by the late
Jume? Guignard, Senior.
TERMS OK SALK.-Cash aufliciont to pay the
mortgage debt and interest and cost of" pro?
ceedings, the balance on a credit of one year,
with interest from tho day of sato, to he secur?
ed by bond and mortgage of the premises Bold.
Purchaser to pav for stamps and papera.
June 12 mth_P. F. FRAZEE. S. B. C.
Valuable Property for Sale.
. THE undersigned will offer formata
tm? sale, on the first MONDAY in Sep-Hjg
.?!?Lumber next, (if not diapoacd of pre?
viously, ) the valuable property, known ii?;thc
CONGAREE RACE COURSE, situated twe
m ilea from Columbia. The tract contains 12c
iierea, moro or leas. A small brick Cottage ie
attached. Also, a COTTAGE, containing eb
rooms, on Gervais street, near Pickcue. Ar
excellent Well of Water on thc promises, and
all necessary out-buildings. The propel iv car
he treated for privately hy applying to Roberl
Bryce, Esq. Terms, one-half eaah, balance ir
ono year. WM. H. PUBYEAR.
April 28 th*_
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Just published, in a sealed envelope. Brice C cfs
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT
MENT, and Radical Cure of Speruiatorrhea ol
Si minal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions
Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta to Marriagi
.?lieially; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi
Icpsy, aiid Fit?; Mental and Phyaical Inca
pacify, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac., b^
Robt. J. Cnlverwell, M. D., author of thi
"Greet* Hook," A-c.
"A DOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS."
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to anj
address, post-paid, on receipt of six couta, o'
two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. C. KLIN]
A CO.. I''? Bowery, N'tw York, Post Offlc
Also Dr. OnlvorwelPa "Marriage Guide,
price ._'."> cent H._May 5 3mo
BARNWELL & MONTEITH,
A TTORNEYS AT LA W
AND SOLICITOUS IN EQUITY,
IJRAOTICE in Richland, Fairfield, Loxing
ton and Newberry Counties. Offices Com
House Bange, Columbia, S. C.
NATU ANIEL HA UNWELL. WALTER S. SIONTEITI
fTWIEGAMK for this Soason. Alargeassorl
A men;, some quite cheap; direct from th
manufacturera, for aale at
BRYAN Sc McCARTEH'S
April 20 Bookstore.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the partnci
ship lately existing between tho nndej
ai.nod, under'the name of GORMAN A BJ
DEN KOP. ?a proprietors of tho "Columbi
Hotel," waa dissolved on the 30th day of Apr
last, bv mutual eonsout. Wm. Gorman cont
noes tho business on bia own account, and
authorized to ?ellie all debta duo to andi
tho aaid partuer?hip. WILLIAM GORMAN,
JuneO H. H. BADENI1 OP. _
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders,
TUE heft now in nae, for aale by
May 20 II ARDY SOLOMON.