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Foreign ?CWB. . '
I'Alua, July 8. -Olor.zaga goes to. Ma?
drid to-night, to endeavor , to moko ar
rangODjonta satisfactory to all parties.
Embnssadors from Austria, England and
Italy conferred to-day with DeQraua
mout. They scorned favorable to Franoe.
UoGrammont received the Prussian Mi?
nisters to-day. Napoleon conferred to?
day with the Ministers of War, Navy
Two French army corps aro ready for
immediate movement. Marshal Bazaine
commands one and Gen. LaBrnn the
other. Marshal MacMnhon will com?
mand tho army. Gen. LteBouof has an
important command. Count Paletaoo
will oommand the troops operating
against Spain. Activo preparations are
progressing at the sea-ports.
A report, which seems well founded, is
in circulation here, that the Prussian
Minister of War ordered all general of?
ficers of tho Prussian army to join their
corps without delay.
The Memorial Diplomatique says a
French circular has been issued defining
. From semi-official journals this morn?
ing'are gathered tho following details
touching the oandidaturo of the Prince
of Hohenzollern: General Prim meant
hostility when tho Spanish Government
notifiod the great powers of Europe ol
Hohenzollern's candidature ou the 3d oi
Joly4,' General Prim advised Senor Oloa
z&ga,' the Spanish Minister here, that he,
k General Prim, had chosen Prince Leo
a pola? of Hohenzollern, and that the
I Spanish Ministry felt assured that thc
V French. Government would object to it,
bat that he depended upon the highei
sentiment bf the Emperor. This prove?
that General Prim meant to act without
the consent of the Emperor. France
has communicated with other powers o:
Europe, nod in ail cases has receiver
words of sympathy. All she seeks n
Berlin1 and Madrid is to prevent politi
i A despatch.recently forwarded to th(
k Spanish Government by the Duke di
I Grammont, was mado public to-day
I The Dake says, Franco hopes Spain wil
I renounce the only candidate for tin
throne, who is altogether disagreeable
He recalls tho services of tho Frencl
Government in Spanish affairs by inter
dieting plots and arresting invading Car
listo. Also urges the fact that Franc?
aided Spain in the establishment of i
provisional Government. No answer ha
yet been received from Prussia since tin
declaration of the Secretary of Foreigi
Affairs in the Corps L?gislatif a few day
ago. Oa the morning of that day, how
ever, a despatch was received from Pms
sia to the effect that tho Governmerj
knew nothing of tho candidature c
Prince Hohenzollern to the throne c
LONDON, July 9.-The questions o
issue botween France and Prussia, reit
tivo to the Spanish crown, create som
uneasiness in the English markets, bot
here and in Liverpool; breadstuff's an
cotton are uncertain in tone and price
irregular-altogether due to a possibl
continental war. The same influence :
operating at Manchester in the mark?
for cotton goods and yarns. Tho gem
ral excitement does not soem to ha\
abated. The threatened rupture sti
forms the topic for newspaper commet
and ordinary conversation among tl
people throughout Europe; while tl
better opinion seems to be that war wi
be at lost avoided. Despatches receive
from some quarters of movements <
troops, strengthening of garrisons, ac
departure of fleets, are well calculated 1
exoite the gravest apprehensions. T
day, the Austrian Government is pr epa
ing to form a permanent camp near tl
Prussian frontier; she has had this pla
in contemplation for a long time.
PAUIB, July 9.-The French rent
reached the lowest point for years, yeste
day, but subsequently rallied a fractio
The Prussian Government disavow
implication in the Hohenzollern's ca
didatare. Genoral officers of the Pru
sian army have been ordered to rejo
their corps. France bas received i
assuring despatches from most of tl
great powers. Naval preparations a
active. Montpensier opposes Hohe
zollern. A demonstration will be ma
in Madrid, on Sunday, against all 1
Infallibility will be proclaimed ou t
The Lords passed tho Irish land bi
The House of Commons informally co
montod upon Prussia's delay in answ
ing France. The opinion is frequen
expressed that the delay meant mischi
if not a more dangerous purpose on t
part of Prussia.
Austrian journals say Austria will i
interfere in tho Franco-Prussian com]
The Fronch Minister of War has issr,
orders to all generals commanding,
quiring them to report to tho War Oil
immediately, the condition of tho troo
arsenals, ammunition, & c., in their
LONDON, July 9-P. M.-Tho folk
ing facts, rumors ana additional opinii
aro gathered from ninny sources by t<
graph to-day : Tho North-Gormau ll
lin Gazette, in its loading article to-d
says tho French press ia impndont r<
^iwe to the action taken by Prussia
yjnhe Spanish question. Tho solection
Prince Hohenzollern depends solely
tho Spanish Cortes, and not on
wishes of foreign powers. Paris is c
siderably excited to-day, by rumors t
Prussia is actively arming all tho Bn
ports. Tho corps iVarmee now opera!
ugaingt tho rebels iu Algei'ia, under G
Wi mp pen, has been recalled. Tho
telle De France, Paris, says tho Duko
Grammont's declaration in tho Cc
L?gislatif, recently, is equivalent to
French ultimatum. Tho present sil
tiou is tho result of Bismarck's intrig
Tho Journal des D?bats, of Paris, i
the policy of the Fronch Governn
on the Spanish question threatens
make all Spaniards unite on tho Pr
vier' yesterday no?ored th'? French Son?
ate that- the .oSjar oj the orown to n Prus?
sian wag nc act of Gen. Prim, aud was
not binding- on tho Spanish Govern?
BERI?ZN, July 9.-Baron Wootkio, min?
ister from Prussia to France, has not
been recalled. In official circles here,
the situation is thought free from dan?
ger. Bismarck is implicated in the Ho?
henzollern affair. Napoleon's attempt
to hold him responsible is regarded a
RICHMOND, July 9.-Tho Chesapeake
and Ohio Railroad purchased from the
State the Bluo Ridge Tunnel, on that
road, paying the State $600,000 in State
RICHMOND, July 9.-The conservative
members of the Legislature, iu caucus
this evening, appointed a State Central
Committee, and choso Raleigh T. Daniel,
of Richmond, ns Chairman; among thc
members aro Gen. R. Kemper, ex-Con?
federate General; Col. Albert Ordway,
ex-Federal Colonel; Hon. John B. Bald?
win, of Augusta, and Hon. James Wee
son, of Richmond. The Legislature will
adjourn on Monday, to October 1st.
RALEIGH, N. C., July9.-Gov. Holden
has declared Caswell County in a state
of insurrection. His proclamation pub
I li8hcd this morning sets forth no reason
for so doing. No outrages have beeu re
I ported that the pnblio know of, since tho
death of Stepheus, two months since.
SARATOGA, July 9.-150 horses are
here for the races, whioh will commenoe
on Thursday. The horses from Canada
come ia boud.
Hugh Dougherty, driver of the steam
fire-engine Vigilant, died in Philadelphia
on the 7th, from injurien received by
being thrown from his seat during a race
! with engine United States, the two en
j gines colliding. Robert Lloyd, a driver
i of a carriage, was also injured, and tho
carriage demolished by the Vigilant ruu
I niug iuto it after Dougherty was thrown
I WASHINGTON, July 9.-The Senate dis?
cussed the Chinese; Sumner and Howard
udvooated their rights; the Pacific Sena?
tors urged a law forbidding their land?
ing. Howard, Hamliu and Thurman are
the Committee on the part of the Senate
on the Georgia bill
In the legislative appropriation bill, a
provision hus been inserted, prohibiting
tho Court of Claims from entertaining
suits brought against the Government by
residents of the Southern States, even
though they can plead a restoration to
all civil rights, by amnesty or pardon;
they must Bhow affirmatively that they
were always loyal, or they must go to
Congress for relief.
Tho Senate confirmed John D. Pope
Attorney for Georgia, vice Ackerman;
Commodores Selfridge, Sohenck, Me
landon, Smith and Boggs to be Rear
Internal revenue receipts to-day
The naturalization troaty with Eng?
land has been ratified.
Senator Norton, of Minnesota, is hope?
The Sennte discussed Mrs. Lincoln's
pension. Yates impeached Mrs. Lin?
coln's loyalty. The army appropriation
bill passed. In session to-night.
FINANCIAL AND C09UIERCIAL.
NEW YORK, July 9-Noon.-Flour
shipping wanted and steady; other grades
dull and heavy. Cotton quiet and un?
changed-uplands 20; Orleans 20}-^; sales
400 baleB. Freights dall. Money 3?5.
Exchange-long 9%; short 10J?. Gold
11%. Bonds lljkj. Tennessee's, ex
ooupou, 66}?; new 65>?; Virginia's, ex
-coupon, 67; new 67; Louisiana's, old and
new, 74; levee 6's 77; 8's 91>.<; Alabama
8's 99K; G's 77; Georgia 6's 85>?; 7's92^;
North Carolina's, old, 52%; now 3o%;
South Carolina's, old, 89; now 80.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and nominal
uplands 20; Orleans 20%; sales 800
bales; stock^33,109. Flour quiet and irre?
gular. Wheat lc. higher. Freights
quiet and steady. Money easy. Sterl?
ing stroDg-long d???9J<?; sight 10>.<.
Gold 12?4. Government's quiet and
firm. Southern's quiet.
ST. LOUIS, July 9.-Flour dull and
littlo doing. Corn advancing and ia
good demand. Whiskey firm, at 1.01.
Mess pork firm, at 30.00. Shoulders 14;
clear sides 17%@18. Lard dull-choico
CHARLESTON, July 9.-Cotton quiet
middlings 18@18l,?; sales 150 bales; re?
ceipts 228; stook 5,888.
AUGUSTA, July 9.-Cotton in fair de?
mand, but nt lower rates; sales 200 bales;
receipts 25 halos-middlings 17>.Y@17>??.
SAVANNAH, July 9.-Cotton quiet and
dull-middlings 18"'?; sales 62 bales; re?
ceipts 398; stock 9,467.
MOBILE, July 9.-Cotton dull and
easier-middlings 18; sales 200 bales;
receipts 77; stock 20,088.
NEW ORLEANS, July 9.-Cotton dnll
and nominal-middlings 18'.,'; sales 600
bales; stock G6.939.
GALVESTON, July 9.-Cotton dull and
nominal-good ordinary 15%; sales 180
bales; receipts 110; stock 14,810.
LONDON, July 9-Noon.-Consols
92 '.,'; bonds fiat, at 90.
LIVERPOOL, July 9-3 P. M.-Cotton
dull and irregular-uplands 9J?@9-Vj;
HAVRE, June 8.-Cotton closed quiet,
at 113,'J on spot.
PARIS, July 9.-Tho Bourso opened
excited, this morning-routes 70f. 25c.
or 25c. lower than tho closing figures of
LATER.-Tho excitementon tho streets
is increasing. Tho Bourso is very much
excited-routes declining-last sales 69f.
50c, or 75o. below opening, and 67c.
lower thau any figures made during the
crisis hero; and there is great activity at
Toulon and other French ports on the
Mediterranean; anda large number of
transports are being fitted out, to bring
homo the enlire French army, now in
?5 ' \u
? *? ;\ AND
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, DAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAVING determined to roduco my prosent
spring and anmmcr stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, fcc, which ia very largo and
complete, in order to mako arrangements for
tho fall trade, I offer all gooda in my lino at
COST f'jr tho noxt thirty daya; at which time
stock will he taken. Thia ia a raro opportu?
nity, especially for tho trado and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
To Tax Payers.
THE County Treasurer will issue oxocutions
against all peraons whoso taxes are not
paid before tho 1st of AuguBt noxt.
June 10 mw Connty Treasnror.
Mattress Making and Upholstering
IAM now fully prepared to undertake any
work in tho above liuo of busidoss. I will
either furnish Materials, or make up thoso
sent mo by my patrons. I warrant all my
work to bo as well oxecnted as can bo done
anywhere, and cheapor thau it can be dono by
Bonding North. Specimens of my work can
bo aecu, at auy timo, at my Shopa, on Wash?
ington street, noar Masonic Hall.
I invite all who want MATTRESSES made,
or old Furniture mado to look as good as mw,
to give me a call. I. GRIESSHABER.
June 10_ fimo
WE beg to tender our thanks to tho nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE fz CO.,
for their past support, and pledge them, as
wo have made additions to our capital and in?
creased our facilities, to serve their intercala
oven more faithfullv than heretoforo.
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardwaro and Fancy Groceries, and aro DE?
TERMINED to clean out our stock at low pricoa,
so as to bo aldo to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a. trial, and you
will be convinced. Orders from tho up-coun?
try solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Juno 12 LOK Ki CK A LOWRANCE.
Smokists aud che wists, call at tho
E&W?&D- H. HE1N??01?,
Successor to FUher?bHeinitsh.
Druggist and Apothecary,
COLTJMI?I A, S. C.
THE subscriber, having purchased tho
intorcst of Dr. John Fisher, dosircs to
Jauiionnco that he will continue tho
IQ BUSINESS, at tho old etand, and as?
sume the entire management, assisted by Mr.
Huon BOLAND WILTBERQEB, a son of tho late
Dr. J. R. Wiltbergor, of Charleston, a joung
man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in bis profession. To tho friends and
patrons of tho old firm, to whom tho sub?
scriber feels ander obligations for favors
shown, ho returns his acknowledgments and
In taking cbargoof tho business, ho assures
his friends and tho public that no effort will
bo spared, on bis part, to sustain tho high
character and well-known reputation of tho
old houso. By assiduous and unremittod at
attontion, personal supervision in tho com?
pounding of medidnos and the preparation of
Physician's proscriptions, ho hopes to secure
a continuance of those favors hitherto so
liberally and generously bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSH.
July 1 Druggist and Apothecary.
WE DEG TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
friends and customers that we have so arranged
our Goods and Counters that there will not be
the slightest inconvenience in making pur?
chases while the alterations in our store aro
Wa would advise parties at a distance, who
cannot personally select goods, to send us
their orders and wo will most certainly please
in both quality and prices, or return tho
We ship by Express "C. O. D." or as direct?
ed. Still further reductions iu prices. Tho
stock must ho cleared.
Juno 14 J. H. .t M. L. KINARD.
Stocks and Bonds,
pi OLD AND 8ILVER,
VDT Bank Notes, Coupons,
County Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated
Cnrrency, Ac, Ac. Bought and sold hy
D. GAMBRILL, Broker,
Oftice Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
May 19 3mo
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
doalors by EDWARD HOPE.
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF TUE SOUTH,
NO. ?'J BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WM. MCBURNEY, President. OEORGE E. BOGGK, Secretary.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Vice-Prea. and Aotnarv. JOHN T. DARBY, M. D., Modical Adviser.
J. F. GLLMRR, Vioe-P., resident in Goorgia. AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Yico-Preaident, resi- I JAMES CONNER, Counsel,
dent in North Carolina.
William McBnrnev, J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, Henry Bischoff,
William C. Bee, " J. Harvey Wilson, R. O'Nealo, Jr., Wm. G. Wbilden.
Robert Muro, E. Nye Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. 8. Johnson,
Andrew Simonds, Z. B. Vance, Wm. M. Shannon, Georgo H. Moffett,
John R. Dukes, M. McR&o, D. Wyatt Aiken, James Conner,
Geo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmcr, Giles J. Patterson, George E. Boggs,
James R. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. James P. Boyce, John H. Devereux,
Lewis D. Mowry, John Screveu, Robt. L. McCaughrin, E. P. Alexandor,
Wm. E. Ryan, John L. Hardes, Georgo H. McMaster, E. J. Soott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection of I'cli
?Moro than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for!
This Company, having complied with all thc conditions of its Charter, is now prepared to
?BBU9 the UBual forms of Life and Endowment Policios on tho cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DIVIDENDS/ CASH POLICIES/
Ail Policies non-forfeitablo after tho paymont of ONE Annual Premium.
Paid-up Policies issued on surrender ol the original for an equitable amount.
Purely MUTUAL I No Stockholders I AU Profits DIVIDED among tho Tolicy-Holdors.
Dividends declared annually.
Dividends onco declarod aro non-forfeitable, and may be used io reduce the Premium, to
increase the amount of Assuranco, or to make tho Policy self-sustaining. Dividends loft with
tho Company, however applied, may bo used, in caso of need, to pay Premiums.
Invoetmons coutlucd by Charter to tho most solid and reliable Securities.
VS- Patronize tho only Lifo Assurance bi tho Stato, and koep your MONEY AT HOME.
July 10 3mo
The Cotton States
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office at Macon, Georgia.
OF which $100,000 is deposited, as required by tho charter, with Statoauthorities of Georgia,
and $50,000 in South Carolina, under Act of Legislature, for security of policy-holders.
Tho business of this strictly Southern and ffVGOLD POLICIES icill be issued to those
Home Company is confined by law to legiti- pref erring them.
mate Lifo Insurance alono. POLICIES ISSUED Ampio provision AGAINST FORFEITURE of PO?
ON ALL TUE APPROVEO MUTUAL PLANS. Tho licies in tho expressed terms of tho contract;
Company bas also added tho Tontine System and rights of Policy-holders cloarly defined in
(of dividends) to RB other plans. (Seo Ma- Policios. ANNUITIES, with participation in
nual.) Profits, granted. Tho Company will always
Ninoty per cent, of profits on thc Mutual purchase its Policies at their cash valuo whoo
business dividod annually among all tho Mu- I dcBired. Wo ofter tho people of tho Stato samo
tuai Policy-holders, without exception. One- j financial security as Northern Mutual Compa
third LOAN ON PREMIUMS given when nies, the accumulating premiums of tho in
dcaircd-thc interest to ho provided for by tho ! sured, and in addition thereto, a Capital
Company out of tho Dividends. Notes for j commencing with $500,000.
Premium Loans not required. Non-participat- < This State represented in tho management
ing I'olicies granted at greatly reduced rates. ' at Macon by South Carolina Stockholders.
Wo, tho undersigned, having examined the Charter and Prospectus of the "Cotton Slates"
Life Instn-aiice Company, Pareut Ofiice. Macon, Ga., do cheerfully recommend it to tho people
of North and South Carolina as a reliable Southern Institution, Mutual in its working, and
strictly confined to tho business of Life Insurance,with a guaranteed ea).ital ample for safety;
and *$100,()l)0 securely invested (to accord with tho requirements of tho Charter) for tho
security of policy holders.
Signed by COL. WM. JOHNSTON, President C., C. and A. Railroad, Charlotte, N. C.
GEN. JOUN A. YOUNO, President Rock leland Factory, "
Ex-Gov. /.. 1). VANCE, Attorney-at-Law. "
COL. T. H. BREM and JOSEPH H. WILSON, Attorney-at Law, "
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, JOHN W. PABKER, M. D., Columbia, S. C.
JOSEPH D. POPE, Attorney-at-Law, "
COL. A. C. HASKELL, Attorney-at-Law, C. D. MELTON, "
W. F. DES.USSURE, A. N. TALLEY, M. D., Proi. 8. C. University, Columbia.
COL. J. G. GIIUIES, Factor and Commission Merchant, "
BLANDINA ft RICHARDSON, Attorneya-at-Law, Sumter, S. C.
A.A. OILHEUT, Editor Watchman, "
H. P. HAMMETT, Ex-President G. ft. C. Railroad, Greenville, S. C.
COL. JAS. H. RION, W. R. RORERTSON, Winnsboro, S. C.
GENS. M. C. BUTLER and lt. G. M. DUNNOVANT, Edgeiield, fi. C.
A. P. ALDRICH, Barnwell, S. C. GEN. W. W. HAHLLEE, Marion, S. C.
GEO. A. TRENHOLM & SON, Charleston, S. C.
GEN. E. M. LAW, Yorkville. B. D. BOYD, Proeident Bank, Newberry, S. C.
J. A. INOIIH, Maryland University, formerly of South Carolina.
GEN. ROUERT TOOMII.S, Georgia. JOHN P. KINO, Augusta, Ga., and others.
OFFICERS AT MACON, GEORGIA-William B. Johnston, President; Wm. 8. Holt, Vicc-rrcsident;
Georgo 8. Obear, Secretary; John W. Burke, Genoral Agent; 0. F. McCay, Actuary; W. J.
MeOill, Superintendent of Agencies; Jamen Mercer Green, Medical Examiner.
ADVISORY BOARD OF POLICY-HOLDERS, NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.-Gen. Richard H. Ander?
son, Sumter, President; Col. James ll. Rion, Winnsboro; Col. Wm. Wallsco, Columbia; Dr.
Baum?l W. Bookhart, Fairflold; Col. James Farrow, Bpartanbnrg; Col. B. W. Ball, Lanrens:
B. D. Boyd, President Bank, Newberry; Col. James G. Gibbes, Columbia; Capt. Samuel
Stradloy, Greenville*Gen. E. M. Law, Yorkville; Goo. JohnD. Kennedy, Camden, Ac.
LAVAL, BLACK ?i Of BOES, General Agents for North and Kent li Carolina,
?$50,000 sinco deposited in South Carolina. . [April 28] Office Columbia, S. C.
Tho Healing Springs,
B?TBT COUNTS VIRGINIA.
XT 7* LL Li be open on; tbe 15 th JUNE. They
YT aro accessible by the Cbceapeako ana
Ohio Railroad, from Milboro depot, twenty-;
three miles by ut ages, crossing the Wai m
Spring mountain abd passing 1 ho Warm and
Hot Springo, or from Covington depot, sixteen
miles, over a fine turnpike of easy grado, in
full view of tho celebrated Falling Springs and
the fino sconery on Jackson's River.
Persona leaving Richmond or Washington
in tho morning can reach tho Springs that
night, or romain at Covington and arrivo at
the Springs next morning.
Pamphlets attesting tho virtue of tho wa?
ters to bo had of tho proprietors, or of Messrs.
Purcell, Ladd <fc Co., Richmond, or of tho
agent at tho Springs.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE at tho Springs.
Board, $3 per day; $20 por week, and $75 per
month. M. H. HOUSTON, M. D.,
R. M. QUARLES, Agent.
DUXLOI* &. MCCANCE, )
Hoon W. Fnv, V Proprietors.
A. Y^STOKES. _) Juno 16 thm9
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
HAVING pnrcliR8od Dr. Taylor's intereat in
this proporty, the subscribor proposos tc
opon tho Boarding House on tho 18th of Juno,
under tho suporviaion of J. W. Williams, late
of tho Mansion House, Charlotte.
Tho train on tho Charlotto and Rutherford
Road leaves Charlotte at 7 o'clock a. m., daily
(except Sundays,) and arrives at Cherryville
at ll o'clock, where good Hacks, with caroful
drivera, will ho ready to convoy passengers tc
tho Springs at reasonable rates.
c n A HOES ron noAnD.
$3 por day; $15 per week; $43 for four weeks
For children and servants, in tho usual pro
portion. Children under two years, no charge
A liberal discount made to families and par
tics spending tho whole season in tho House.
Tho subscriber would avail himself of tbii
occasion, to aoknowlodgo, vory gratefully, th<
liberal abare of patronage heretofore extend
ed to these Springs by tho public.
JOHN J. BLACKWOOD,
June 23 Imo Post Cffice Shelby, N. C.
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S. C.
A uflftri^kJ THIS delightful Waterinj
S?mSvUtLlt? Piaco, unsurpassed by any ii
flfi aSS HOSM- t h o South, for its medicina
taXssSHSEf-^qualities, ia now open for th
summer. Invalids and pleasure-seekers shoul
not fail to visit this Spring. Bowling Alles
Billiard Saloon, Croquet Grounds aro bein
fitted up for tho amusement of tho guestt
Fancy Balla during tho summer. Rooms nowl
and comfortably furnished, and tho Table sur
plied with tho best of everything. Stages cl
rect from Bpartanburg to Hotel. Charge
$35 per month. W. D. FOWLER,
Juno 23 Imo_Proprietor.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, \
THIS elegant establishment will bo openc
for tho reception of visitors on tho fin
day of JUNE, 1?70.
Tho Proprietors, with tho experience of tl
last summer, and having made many chang?
in tho diff?rent departments of thia nxtenen
Watering Place, each of which it will be tho
endeavor toiMl'BOYS, extend a pleasant rece]
tion to their patrons.
The Cottages aro largo and commodiou
acparato and distinct from each other, ac
fitted up with new Furniture.
Every effort of tho Proprietors will ho pi
forth to make their guests comfortable, ar
it will bo tboir aim to koop up the roputatic
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHU1
Tho Bocial aa well aa tho gay will find that th
placo has peculiar advantages over many
the Watering Places of Virginia.
An elegant Band of Music has been secure
Bowling Alleys, Billiard Saloons and Batl
have been fitted up fer tho amusement ai
comfort of guests.
Post Office, Express Office, Telegraph Offi
on tho premises for the convenience ai
intercourse with all parts of the world.
Passengers will procure tickets via Virgin
and Tennessee Railroad to Big Tunnol, ai
tako the Springs Branch Railroad, whi
landa thom directly iu the Reception House
Board $3 per day; $20 per week; $70 p
inouih. For further particulars, address
WILSON A LORENTZ, Proprietors.
May li) 2mo_
Wi ll tamaton Springs.
THE largo and commodious HOTEL at tl
delightful watering-place bas been tl
roughly repaired, and fitted up with new Fi
niture, under tho superintendence of JOI
A. MAYS, and will be opened on the 20th
JULY, for tbs accommodation of visitors. !
pains or expense will be spared in providi
tor tba comfort and enjoyment of guests.
With the advantage of a superior Hotel,
a healtliy and beautiful country, added to t
curative properties of the water, and tho pl
santness of this delightful villago, wo belie
that tho invalid or pleasure-seeker can ii
no place of tho kind hereabout where tho ti
will bo spent more profitably or agrooably.
Tho Rooms are large and airy, and aro so
ranged as to furnish many conveniences, es;
ciallv to families who do not wish to bo Be;
Tho Table will be always furnished with I
heat tho country and cities can afford, and
their culinary department, they would s
that they have secured tho services of tin
who canuot fail to please, oven the most f
Complete facilities aro likewise afforded
amusements; in a word, tho proprietor llatt
himself that ho has loft nothing undone t!
might afford pleasure and comfort of
A few good horses and buggies will be foi
constantly on hand, for the accommod?t
HATES OF lioAitn:
Ter Dav.$ 2.50
Por Week. 12 00
Per Mon th. 35 00
Special arrangements will bo made v
families at a lowor rato than the above
June20 Imo _JOHN A. MAY:
Wliere to Stof
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTANBURG C. II., S. C.
LA UR ENS C. If., 8. C.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
A '~v^l_ friends and tho travo
Afiiift^fcl public are respectfully
ffl>a-5HGS^_formed that tho above na
IRrjJmSiag: 11OTKLS aro now under
control; and they may rest assured that
reputation of tho two houses will bo fully 1
up. Tho Rooms aro comfortably furnit
and tho Tables will be supplied with tho
of everything. Maj 2 3r
S3* How IiOstt How Restored!
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price (
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TRI
MENT, and Radical Curo of sperm a ton Ix
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emisai
Sexual Dobility, and Impediments to Marr
ffmcrally; Nervousness, Consumption,
topsy, and Fits; Montai and Physical I
pacify, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac.
Robt. J. Culvorwoll, M. D., author of
"Green Book," Ao.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OP SUFFERERS
Sont under seal, in a plain envelope, to
addrcsB, post-paid, on receipt of 6?x cont
two postago stamps, by CHAS. J. C. KL
A. CO., 127 Bowery, New York,Post O
Also Dr. CulverwelPs "Marriage Gui
price 25 cents. May 6 3i
Pleasant House and Lot. ,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, Joly ll, I will seU. before tho
Court House, at 10 o'clock,
That two-story frame BUILDING AND LOT
on Barnwell Btreet, situated between Plain
and Taylor, measuring 63 feet 6 inches, more
or leas, on Barnwell, running baok 13G feet,
more or less: bounded South by W. B. Galick:
North by Sylvester; West by Monckton, ana
East by Barnwell street.
Terras of salo cash-the owner removing
from tho State. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. Titloa undisputed. Jnly 3 fi
Valuable Building Lota.
B? JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, July ll, I will Bell, at tho Court
House, at 10 o'clook, the following described
LOT No. 1, on Main street, Weat side, mea
1 Bui lng 25 feet front by 208 deep, more or lesB,
hounded North bj building occupied by J. C.
LOT NO. 2.-Joining the above, measuring
25 foot front by 208 deep, more or less, and
hounded South by corner building of G,
LOT NO. 3-Ou Taylor street, North side,
52 foot front by 208 doep, more or loee, bound?
ed North by catato of C. A. Bodell; South by
Taylor street; WoBt by - CarliBlo, and
East hy Mrs. Clendining.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers
and stamps. For particulars, apply at my
Auction boom, corner Plain and Assembly
streets. July 3 t?
Desirable City Lots Belonging to the State of
BY JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
ON tho second MONDAY in July, 11th, at 10
o'clock, in front of tho Court House, in tho
city of Columbia, I will sell, by order of J.
H. Rainoy, Secretary of Commissioners of
tho Sinking Fund, the following desirable
Containing 101.1 foot front by 208.8 deep,
mdYo or leas, fronting Branding South, being
I tho corner fronting East tho Palmetto road.
Measuring 101.1 front by 208.8, more or less,
on Blanding street, adjoining No. 1. -
Measuring 104.4 front by 208.8, moro or less,
on Blanding Btreet, adjoining No. 2.
I Measuring 104.1 front by 208.8, moro or less,
being tho WeBtern corner fronting Blanding
street South and Gadsden Btreet West.
Measuring 104.4 front on Gadsden street
West by 208.8, more or lesa.
Measuring 104 4 front by 208.8, moro or lesa,
flouting Gadsden street West and Laurel
Measuring 104.4 front on Laurol street by
208.8, moro or leas.
Measuring 104 4 front on Laurel street by
208.8, fronting the Palmetto road East.
NO. 1_On Main stroot 104.4 feot by 208.8
front, moro or less, corner of Senate street.
NO. 2.-Adjoining No. 1; aamo dimensions.
The map showing particulars of the above,
may bo seen at my office
TjSBars OF 8AXE.-Cash. Purchasers to pay
for papers and stumps._
BY virtno of sundry writs of fieri facias,
isBued out of the Court of Common Pleas
for Richland County, I will sell, before the
Court House, in Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in August next, within the legal
All that Tract of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, bounded by the landa late of James O'Han
lon and Jesse G. Ly hes; and bounded Weat
by Congaree River, containing 096 acres.
Levied on as the property of the defendant,
George Eaigler, at tho'snit of Phineas 7.
Frazeo, vs. George Eaigler. Terms cash.
S. B. THOMPSON,
July 10 f9_Coroner Richland Connty.
D. B. DoSausBuro, Commissioner lo Equi tv,
for the use of D B. Miller, his successor In
office, vs. Wm. P. Geiger.-BUI to foreclose
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court, Bitting in Equity in the
above stated case. I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY in August next, in front of Court
Houae, in Columbia, within the legal hours:
All that lot, piece, or parcel of land, sitaste,
lying and being in the city of Columbia, with
the buildings thereon; butting and bounding
to the North on Sonato Btreet; to the East tc
a lot, late of Rebecoa P. Bailey; to the South
on a lot belonging to the estate of Bernard
Reiloy, deceased, and to the West on a lot late
of Gcorgo Lundy.
Terms of sale-Cash sufficient to pay the
costs of suit and expenses of salo, and the
mortgage debt; the balance on a credit until
tho ninth day of October, 1870, to be secured
by bond of the purchaeor. Purchaaor to pay
for stamps and papers.
P. F. FRAZEE, 8. Ti. C.
COLUMBIA. 8.C., July 10.1870.
July 10 mth_
D. B. DeSatiBBUre, Commissioner in Equity,
who saos for the use of Daniel B. Miller, C.
C. P., bis sucooaaor, vs. Anna Brill.-Bill to
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, Bitting in Equity in tbeabovo
stated case, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in August next, in front of the Court House
iu Columbia, within the legal honrs,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing two aerea, more or less,
bounded on the East by Wayno atreot; on the
Weat by the other half of tho samo equare;
on tho North by Medium etroet; on tho South
by Green street.
TermB of sale cash. Purchaser to pay for
etamp8 and papera. P. F. FRAZEE,
_ July 10_mth__ 8. R. C.
Headquarters Dry Goods Division,
COLUMBIA. S. C., JUNE 3,1870.
GENERAL O UBER NO. 1,
Go to S. W. Borter & Co. for Bargains.
OUR counters aro now actually groaning
beneath tho heavy weight of froah DRY
GOODS just to hand, per steamer, from New
York. Wo pronoso to diminish this stock
about ono half, ueforo tho first of July next;
and in order to accomplish this end wo know
wo must aell cheap. Thoenomy, "Dull Timea,"
is upon na, and mt.at ho mot and overcome.
Wo havo had many engagements with the
aamo foo, and whipped him; will do so now,
lot tho result ho as it may. "Wo intend to
light it out un thia lino, if it takes all sum?
mer." This is no idlo jeat, hut a stem real i ty.
Wo aro tho only House iu tho city In posses?
sion of tho secret, how to mako dull times
casv; 'tia well worth knowing. Wo commenco
to-day Riving gratuitous information to our
cuBtomers on thia head. All wishing this
knowled?o can ho accommodated by calling at
Ry order of 8. W. PORTER & CO.
G. BABOAINS, A. A. G.
P. S.-Nono genuine except thoao bearing our
?ignaturc. Beware of baao imitators.
W. J. HOKE
HOifc HAS lost recoivod, and opon
Hi? ed a hirco stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER fljfl
-?BES CLOTHING, HATS. .-US
COLLARS, TIE8, Ac.,
Which ho propoBC8 to aell on tho most reason?
able terins. Call and examine for yourselves.
Drinkists, go to Pollock's.