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PROCEEDINGS OP THB FRENCH -ASSEMBLY
g? FAST TIME-RUSSIA ANO 'FRANCE, AO., 40.
VERSAILLES, August 4.-IQ the Assem?
bly to-day, tbe committoo'upon .tho sub:
joot made a report "recommending that
the State assume the burthens of pro?
vinces which were invaded" by . tho Ger?
mans, 'Thiers, to the surprise of many
deputies and amid., much excitement,
-spoke in .terms of vigorous opposition to
the report. He said the amount of th?
olaima they would impose upon the Re?
public oould not possibly be less than
l.OOO.OOOf., a sum which the Treasury
was quito unable to pay.. Ho could not
give his assent to tho plau of the com?
mittee, and was only willing to afford
. relief to people of invaded departments
who were actually in need.
.VERSAILLES, August 5.-A.committee
of the Assembly reported unfavorably
upon a proposition to transfer, tho Cham?
ber to Paris. ?'
I4ONDON, August C.-The Count and
Countess of Paris havo gonn to Puris.
LONDON, August \D.-The 'steamer
Spain, on a trial trip, easily attained a
speed of 1.4^ knots per hour, -
The ship White Jackett, from Bomba;
for Hull,- was totally wreoked in.the In?
dian ooean. . .
A despatch sent by.the ^Emperor Alex?
ander, of Russia, to the Empress Eu?
genie, after Sedan, has been made'pub
Bo. Alexander said he would'interveue
on the basia of preserving the integrity
of French territory.. -This intention,
.however, was .spoiled by the treaty of
September4. ' All these things are facts,
notwithstanding the denial of thc He?
irn bl i cans.
VERSAILLES, August fi.-?It is-said tbe
question of the prolongation of-the pow?
ers of Thiers as chief-executive will be
allowed to.go by default. Tho siege of
Paris will be raised on the 15th instant.
- The Government will soon introduce in
the Assembly bills against the Interna?
Americas lu tell lue nc c.
KEW ORLEANS TINDER RADICAL RULE
MAYOR II Aim AND COMPTROLLER CONNEL?
LY DESIRE THEIR OFFICES INVESTIGATED
-"NO CONVENTION'.' IN NORTH CAROLI?
NA-MURDERS-THE SIERRA NEVADA TO
BB TUNNELED-INDIAN SAID---COBAN
ENLISTMENTS-DOINGS OF THE BUB-KO
KLUX COMMITTEE-LOUISIANA MATTERS.
NEW ORLEANS, August 4.-The resolu?
tion calling a Republican State Couvou
tion, not designating.the place of assem?
bly, the State Central Committee, mel
last night, for the purpose of, muk iu g 1
selection. The committee, after . to aol)
. wrangling, ppss?d ?'f?solntion directing
the President to procuro a suitable pleet
of-meeting, and to jrivo : notice rof'tht
same through the -Republican, Tuesday
morning. City jo a mala asse tt that a fev,
weeks since', the expenses -.of the OU3
'-'Hall were 85,nnn, hut Mra ^?..?.a u.,
week to Sl'?-,000. *: The .Republican, o
this morning, suggests that the Admi
nistratdr of Improvements employ 501
or 1,000 men for a week or two t<
strengthen- the lev?es, as. at thia eeasoi
-gales come tipou us. O thor city'jour
nala oall tnisl a* pfetext,:,to reinforce th
Warmouthites, - Tbe Times, this mote
iug, editorially oays: "The war for eu
premaoy between tho Warmouthites am
Dauuites pr?gresaoa in this city with
ferocity, vindictiveness and. unsor.upu
loneness never before equalled by an
party cr fae ti cm in a con test in- thiB State
The whole Radical par ty, including ever
office-holder D? tho -Federal, State -tm
.oity governments, is involved in th
combat. Public business and intores
are utterly ignored, and the public moue
ruthlessly squandered to promote tho io
"taaes of. the one. or the other fudtio:
Every species of-fraud, -deceit, violent
and trickery is employed to the san
end. The - police are relieved from tl
duty for whioh they are hired, and orde
ed to spread themselves over the oity
break up the clubs pf the adverse fa
tiou, and control alt primary .meeting
The general order is to beat-the custo
h on s o party by whatever meaos may 1
SAN FRANCISCO, August 4.-Tbe rope
of the formal transfer of the Calif o ru
Pacific Railroad, to the Central Puoi
Railroad is ' premature. The prese
management of the two companies w
not ohacge until 1st September. T
legal obstacles havo all been removed.
SPRING FIELD, MASS., August 4.-I
W. G. Breok recovered $10,000 from t
- Conoeotiout River. Railroad for inj uri
.received. * Breok claim ed 840,000.
BURLINGTON, IND. ,: August 5.-A neg
entered. the residonoo . of a Germs
named Laizier, for the'purpose of ste
ing, but finding the German's daugbi
asleep; attempted a darker crime.. T
girl's screams brought her father to t
room, when tbe.negro shot bim thron
. the heart, and escaped.. .
NEW Y?BK; August 5.-Mayor H
and tho Comptroller, Connelly, ht
called opon tbe Chamber of Comme
for, the appointment' of a committee
investigate theoit** scoounts and flnsnc
' Senator, Abbott, of North Carob
telegraphs: "We carried the St
against convention by full 10,000 to 1
ELMIRA, N. Y., August 5.-A colo
man mistaking a mulatto for a segre
whom he was jealous, shot tbe muh
SAN FRANCISCO, August 5.-Nego
tiona are pending to tunnel the Sit
Nevada Mountains/ saving 1,000 1
ST. LOUIS, August' 5.-A for mid?
Indian raid, under Sitting Bull, cont
ing of 1,000 lodges, is raiding . Galil
MILWAUKEE, August 5.-At a moe!
of tho managers of the different railrt
and steamboats, lt was decided to rx
a uniform tarjff from Mississippi po
to Milwaukee-, Chicago, Duluth,
grain and flour, at fifty oents.
WASHINGTON, Augua.t 5.-The Sub
Kl.ux'Comaiitteo.adjonru?Hl ? to -tu? 20th,
September. Lioutennnt Pickett,*' com?
manding troops ia Pontotooand Monroe
Counties, Miss., testified that'Ku Kink
organizations -existed in fire Northern
Counties, bordering on Alabama, tb
whioh he believed it was eon fined. In
Mississippi, the purpose of tho Kn Klux
was to ' intimidate colored voters and
drive Northern moa from their section.
Within his knowledge, they had mur?
dered nino negroes, in 'Monroe County,
in tbo four months be waa stationed
there. He believed the presence of
troops had a good.effect.
Weather probabilities-The barometer
will probably fall from Illinois to Kan?
sas and Northwards, aud the conditions
for local rains on Sunday romain favora?
ble' for the country West of Indiana und
Michigan; aud cloudy and threatening
weather will probably continue South
hud East of Toune'ssee. Partially cloudy,
and pleasant weather -from Virginia
North and Eastward.
. WILMIN?TON, August 5.-The indica?
tions seem moro favorable to-day to the
defeat pf convention, by U very small
majority. The Republicans claim the
State by from 5,000 to 15,000 majority;
while the Conservatives still think tho
issue in doubt, with tho obances in their
favor. Returns are only in'from about
one-third of tho Counties, and Ch ey not
NEWBEBN, N. C., August 5.-John P.
Picket-ell, the Now York bunker, was
brought before Judge Hodman, of tho
Supremo Court, by a writ of habeas cor?
pus, in this city, on Thursday. After
hearing tho case the prosecutors agreed
to enter a nolle pro'sequi, nud submit the
question.of account to arbitration, pro?
vided Pickerel! Would npt sue them for
da muyes; this was accepted by Pickerel 1,
and all parties returned to Wilmington.
MONTREAL, August 5.-The Cuban en?
listments constitute tho excitement.
For au hour yesterday, tw? fillibnnters
preached; whereupon Major Robinson
and James Ii. Sterns-both members of
the Prince of Wales Rifles-were ar?
rested. Sterns was bold ond Robinson
" "NEW OBXJEANS, August 5.-Two compa?
nies of Federal troops arrived here yes?
terday evening, their objeot being said
to bo the preservation of order on
Wednesday. Their presence excites
XJouechaud's' Pavilion, at tho luke
epd of the Pontchartrain Raiirond, was
burned last evening. Loss 811,0*00.
Tho first bale of the new crop Louisi?
ana cotton was received yesterday even?
ing. It .was ' raised . by Charles A. Pier
sou, near the mouth of Cane River,.
Natohitoohes. Parish. The cotton orop
along Red River looks better than was
expected after the spring rains. It is
believed a fair crop will bo made in tho
. KINAlVOIAL AMD VOMnBUCiAL.
NEW YORK, August 5-Noon.-Flour
don. vtrneat and corn meany, .-i-oru
steady, ut 13.50. Cotton dall and nomi?
nal-middling uplands 19^; Orleans
20J6; sales 700 bales! Freights quiet.
Stocks steady but dull. Gold firm, at
12J&@l?>?. Governments steady but
dull. State bonds quiet-Tennessees
strong and active, at 74J<? for old and
'new. Money easy, at 2. Exchange
long 9%; short
7 P.M.-The bank statement ' shows
loan's have increased nearly $750,000;
specie .decrease over $3,500,000;' legal
tenders, decreased a trifle; deposits de?
creased over $4 500.000; specie ship?
ments over $250,000. Money 2@3.
Sterling dun and nominally unchanged.
Gold steady. Governments strong-62s
H]?. ToUnessees strong and active.
New South Carolinas and North Caroli?
nas very active. All closed qaiet. Ton
neusees 74%! new74>?. Virginias 64??';
new 72. Louisianan G7; new 61; levees
69; 8s 83. Alabamas 99j? ; Gs G7. Geor?
gias 83; 7s 92. North Carolinas 44',<;
new 25. South Carolinas 71; new 57>?.
Cotton.easier; sales 804 bales-uplands
19%. Fiour 5@10o. lower-common to
fair extra 5.3U@6.50; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat-spring l@2o. bet?
ter-winter unchanged. Cora dull.
Pork steady. Lard-kettle 10
BALTIMORE, August 5.-Floar dull
and ia favor of buyers oa high grades.
Wheat firm. Corn steady. Provisions
unchanged. Whiskey dull, at-95. Cot?
ton dull and heavy-middling 19j?(3)
19%; reoeipts 29 bales; stock 104. '
CHARLESTON, August 5.-Cotton dull
middling 18; reoeipts 206 bales; sales 50;
WILMINGTON, August 5.-Cotton quiet
-middling 19>?; reoeipts 10 bales; stock
NEW - ORLEANS, August 5.-Flom
dall-double 6.60; -treble 7.00 @ 7.25.
Corn easier-mixed 68@70; white 73.
Pork dull and nominal, at email@example.com.
Bacon dull, at 7>?@9}?. Molasses, cof?
fee and whiskey unchanged. Cottoi
quiet-midnling 17>? @ Yl%\ receipt?
521; exports 4,780; ' Bales 600; stocl
. GALVESTON, August 5.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary \Q>yA; reoeipts 92; exportt
coastwise 313; stock 11,636.
MOBILE, August 5.-Cotton lower
middling 18; reoeipts 58; exports coast?
wise 73*1; sales 400; stook 1,266.
SAVANNAH, August 6.-Cotton in mo
derate demand-low middling 17; re
oeiptB 189; stook 5,160.
BOSTON, August 5.-Cotton dull
. middling 20K; receipts 495 bales; salei
11 ' .00; stook 600.
I LONDON,. August 5-Noon.-Consol
? 93?u. Bonds 93i?.
LIVERPOOL, . August 5-Evening.
Cotton opened quiet and-closed steady
1 uplands8%@9; Orleans 9; sales 10,001
bules; speculation and export 2,000.
3 Wanted, by a Gentleman
} somo biibiooss eapneity, a position a
i \_/ Corresponding Olork/or a business bouse
or Book-keeper for parties'desiring such
man. Beferoncea furnished by application t
1 this ofBco. ' Aug 5
- ~'A roelden to ? Balli m or o," wh o att em pt -
ed to atop a little figbfc _b.ot.weon bis l?o w
foun'dland dqg ana A' smaller our, was
turned. upon by tho former ind very
badly bitten. His wife, who came to his
assistance, waa also painfully wounded
by tbe teeth of the enraged animal.
Throe negro children were burned to
'death, a few nights ago, in McDonougb,
Henry' Cou n t y , Ga. Tho mother went to
church, house took Ure, and everything
in it consumed, children included.
Gas Light Bills.
CON HUM Ii UH will pieuse call and settle
their hills for.month of Julv without
dolay. . ' JACOB LEVIN,
Au:? u?I G 2 Secretary Ona Company
Prime White Corn.
ANOTHER lot of OOO bushels just recoivod
ami for ealo ut my Blore, ior oanh only.
Auction and Commiefci?n Merchant.
AuguBt G_'_8 ,
Columbia Building & Loan Association.
THE regular monthlv mooting of thia Asso?
ciation will ho boldTQ-MOUKOW [Mon
day] EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By order of
tho Prooident. A. Q. BltENlZEH,
? Augnwt G 1 . Seorotary.
A A TOSS COTTON HEED M KAL. Excel
4Jk\/ lout for manure. EDWARD HOPE.
ARTHUR C. MOORE,
Attorney .and Counsellor at Law,
COLUMBIA, H. c.,
HAS.REMOVED hid oflico tu No. 2. Law
Bango. July 4 J3rr.o
Smoked Beet and Tongues,
BUFFALO TONGUES and SMOKED BEEF,
f.?f salo hy E. HOPE.
UN POWDER, H.vsoh.Oo.lorig and EngliBh
\JT Broakfttft TEAS. Tho choicest imported
tor a?lg low. . ._E. HOPE.
?)jr BBLS. NORTHERN HUSH POTA
tUO TOES. F-?r eale low by
AuRuat 3_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Fall Turnip Seed.
TUORBURN'S Green Globo, lied Top, largo
Whit? Norfolk, Yollow ??tono, and Ruta
Baga, freah, and for salo by
Angnat 2_EDWARD HOPE.
Syf\(\ BOXES SCALED HERRINGS, 35
?VV cent? per bot.
August 3_GEO. HYMMEIIS.
1f\nf\POUNDS Fulton Market BACON
.UUl 9 STRIPS, for Balo low.
August 3_E- nopE.
A FINE assortment of genuino READING
?Ju BISCUIT, from tho celebrated honso of
Moaera. Hnntloy A Palmer.
ALBERT ORACKGRti. genuino, hoing made
by McKenzie A McKonzio, Edinburgh, Scot?
land, and Hold by MCKENZIE,
Aug. 3 0_Of Columbia, H. C.
MoatUdeful Invention of tile Agc!
?HE FAN AND FLY DRIVER!
. INVENTED BY F. ?I. HUNT.
l'ATKNTEII Milieu J.V, 1H71.
THIS Maobino, which ie now ofTored for
Balo, surpasses any of RB ago. It ia uno
ful; cheap and durable. Any boy or girl can
operate with it. For tho tabla, it baa not an
equal. For tho sick roora, it btauds unrival?
ed. For the nursing rauthor, its intrinsic
value ia inestimable; ne it fans to reet tbe
little darlings, and keeps them freed from
trouble. No family Bhould be without one.
AB a labor-saving Machino, it saveu the biro
of one Borvant. As an investment, there iu
nothing evor offered to thu public in whioh an
active, onorgetio man can mako more money
at. It ia the Machine for tho times. $1.000.1)00
worth will ho sold. Any man with ordinary
energy can make from "$15 to $100 per week,
clear of all expenses. Can be eocn at I.
Sulzbacher'a Jewelry Store.
- Agent for Richland County,
July 28_P.O. Adclrea?, Columbia.
OWING to tho accidonlal burbling of tho
boiler of the Ice Maohine, no ICE will
be cold until, further ordsrs. All thoae hav?
ing tickets will present them and tho money
will bo rofaudod. JOHN C. 8EEGERS.
July 28 ._
EB WARD R. ARTHUR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 7 LAW RANGE.
WILL practico in the Circuit and Probate
- Courts of Richland and adjoining
Counties. July 12 f3mo
?%f\f\ BOXES SMOKED HERRINGS, just
j^yjyj received and for salo, at ti ft v cents
per box, hy_JOHN AGNEW A ftON.
i Imported Ale and Porter.
. CmK CASKS-Pints-best brands, in store
*WD and for salo GEO. SYMMER8.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
T don't contain Cocoonlns indien? Fish
. Bot rice to make sleepy or hoadacho.
.f (\ BARRELS PEARL GRIST,
WJ 5 barrels Poarl Hominy, for sale by
J lily-12. E. HOPE.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, hy tho gal?
lon or.barrel. Also, in giaasu. pinte and
quarts. For sale low._E. HOPE.
Choice- Family Flour.
BARRELS strictly ohoice. For sale
low. E. HOPE.
Old Government Java.
?\f\ MATS GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE,
50 br.KG cholcs Rio and Lagnayra. Foi
salo low. E. HOPE.
. Lard! Lard!!
PURE'LEAF LARD-"guaranteed 8'rioth
pure"-in barrels, hair barnda, kega anr
3, 6 and 10 caddies, for aalo at reduced prices
by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Native and Foreign Wines.
80UPPERNONG, Concord, Sautcrns, Cia
ret, Champagnes, jual received and foi
Bale low, hy . _E. HOPE.
Claret on Draught.
TU8T opened, ono Caak chole? TAB LI
CLARET, for salo low, hv tho gallon bl
dozen, hy JOHN AGNEW A HON.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Bee:
IN nroforence to London Porter and Scot el
_Ate. ?Wh y ? Thoy know lt. I s unadulterated
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN
UAH DIST ANDED ALL ETHERS,
.A ND ?B wurran ted to do it -.gain. For fal
i/x particulars, relativo to these machiuea
ad dr ii? H ' E. MORRIS,
Juno.18 3mo ' Columbia, S. C.
GRAND PRIZE D?STRffiOT??Ip :
rpiOK?TS to tho C?Tjcorta of tho ?OUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ABSO
OIATION ready for oale and delivery. All ordora from tba country promptly ?llod. Agents
? i ? ,..?..
wauted for tho Couutioa or Lancaster, Lexington, Spartanburg, Greenville, Abbeville, Oco
nee and ricken a. Apply to D. OAMBR1LL A CO.,
June G . Gonorol. Agents, Columbia, 8. C.
On or about thu let of September, in addi?
tion, to oar itnmonso etook of DRY QOODB,
CARPETS, BOOTS, SHOES, otc, we will sup
ply two moro prousing wanta of the commu
nlty, by adding en elegant flret claaa MILLI?
NERY ESTABLISHMENT, whoro Gooda in
quantities will bo kopt to select from, and at
prices that tho people can afford to buy at
tho Dopartmont to bo under tho immcdiato
supervision of a lady from abroad, and of
high ability in tho buaincse.
Tho DRESS-MAKING, FITTING and CUT?
TING DEPARTMENT will bo conducted on
au cn arged scale, nndor tho immediate
cbargo of Mies ANNIE WITTEVOOKL, assisted by
a firat claaa Cutter from abroad. Tho whole
to occupy our second floor, which la being
n'.ted up for tho purpose. Wo propoao to
supply our patrons in full. Wo work cheap
and by rulo. Wo guaraulco all wo aell or do
to tho fulleat extent; and are satisfied and
determined to eavo money for every person
who denla with na. The calculation in a uirn
plo one. Look at our enormous purchaeoe.
Cnn we not only buy cheaper, and do wo not'
sell cheaper tbau oilier?? Let our patrons
(tho largest of any house in the South) an?
swer. We explain our guaranty-which ap?
plies to everything wo sell, or any work done:
We guarantee tho price of all gooda auld by
ua lo bo in all caaeB as choap aa the Bame ar?
ticle can bc bought'anywhere in the South,
and often cheaper, and will at ali times re?
fund any amount whoro we aro shown a dia
cropancy in prices. R. C. SHI VER & CO.
For sale by W. C. FISHER, -
Druggist and Apothecary!
July 20 3BIO_Opposito Columbia Hotel.
THE Tropriotorof tho "LITTLE STORE"
bas jubt returned from New York with a neat
Cheapeat yet of tho acason.. Call and ace, at
Lily 27 C. F. JACKSON'S, Main St.
a . .m
Sd- AT . H
13 E. E, JACKSON'S. |j
m IY PS
BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS.
July 27 E. HOPE.
Pickled Tongues, Beef, &c.
JUST opened, choice Fulton Market BEEF,
Choico Pickled Tonguea,
Choice Sugar-Cured Hams,
Choice Sugar Cured Strip?,
Choico No. 1 Mackorel.
. For aalolowby JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
IGE GOLD SODA WATER willi
I PURE FRUIT SYRUPS, can b?
obtained at MCKENZIE'S SA?
LOON. Try it._
The Georgia Oin.
THIS ii tho third acaaon we have sold thosi
GINS, and have nover had a single com
Siaint, We offer them with renewed conti
once, at moderato prices and resBonabli
terms. L?RICK ft. LOWRANCE, Agts.,
Jnlyl3 2mo__Columbi a J3.
Health of Horses, Mules, Cows.
SICKNESS and death of stock is ono of th?
greatest diacouragomonts of the farmer
Tue cause of their death may bo boyond tm
control, but very many caaes, indeed, nin
cases out of ton, tho diaoaao may bo tracee
to Indigestion, Derangement of the Bowels
Debility. Whero thia ia the caso, wo alway
have a remedy at hand: HEINITSU'S OElt
M4.N HOUSE POWDER. With thia proa
horse medicino you aro protected from loge
For Weakness, Indignation, Ovor-worke?
Horset>, no hotter preventive medicino can b
given. Trv it. For aalo only by
E. H. HKINIT8H, '
July 7 t Wholesale and Retail DniKgiat.
HEINITSU'S Great Blood Modicino
QU BEN'S DELIGHT,
tleiiiitah'a Chill Cure, warranted.
Ueinitah'a Gorman Horse Powder.
Iloinitah's Crimson Totter Waah.
Ii ein i tah'a Tar and Wild Chorry Cough Cnn
Heinitah's Quaker Liniment.
Hoinitsh'u Htanley Cough Syrup.
Lotlho people try them. They stand er fa
upon tho verdict of tho people. Ta thia te*
tho proprietor invite? tho searching diacrim
nation of all. For aalo only at
HEINIT? H'S Drug Store,
j I July 7 t Opposite Pheonix nftrco.
OLD ti \ MC III ILK und MT>1 ILATK
CUllillCNCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Orno D. O AM DRILL. Broker.
The University of Virginia
THE POLLOWWQ UEPAUTJIKSTS l
1 BCHOOLOFL?.TIN. 2. School of Greek.
JL'? 3. School of Modern Languages. 4.
Behool of Moral Philosophy. .0. School of
H ib tor v and English Literature. 6. School of
Chouaiatry. 7. School of Natural Philosophy.
8. School ol Mathematics. 9". behool of Com?
mon and Statut? Law. 10 School of Consti?
tutional and Civil Law ami Equity, ll. Rchool
of Physiology-and Surgery. 12. School of
Anatomy um! Maloria Medica. 13. School of
Medicino and Obst?trica. 14 School of Ap
?lied Mathematics. 15. School of'Analytical,
uduatriaJ and Agricultural Chemistry, ic,.
School of Natural History and Agriculture
(Profeaaor to. bo elected.) ter ProviBion
made for olaaaca in Mineralogy hn'd Geology,
Hebrew, Political Economy, Practical Physic?,
Medical Jwrisprudence attd Sanskrit. '
Diplomas and CerltflctUes of Proficiency are
given in tho BOparato uehoola. _
Tho following Degrees aro conferred: ?.
Baohclorof Lotte ra. 2. Bachelor of Sciences.
3. Master of Arta. 4. Doctor of Medicine.
5. Bachelor of Law. G. Civil Engineer. 7.
The exponeen of tho student, exclusive of
feint bonks, clothing nnd pocket money, amount
to from $365 to 1395 >por Beasiou of niuo
months; of which suma $220 to $?50 aro pay?
ablo on firf,illusion. Seeaion opens October 1.
For catalogues, a ri fl rcs S
OI1ARL.R8 S. V15SAHLK,
Chairman of Faonltv.'
P. P., University of Va. . July 23 m th'J
Five Hundred Dollars Reward.
STATE OF SOUTH CAHOLINA,
WHEBE AS official information haa reached
thia Department, that E. J. 8INGLE
TAHY. Poetmaater at Myeraville. Willlama
burg County, on the night of tho 24th of Joly,
waa waylaid and ahot in tho vicinity of bia ro
aidenco, hy somo peraon or peraot?a unknown,
causing his immediate, death: now, in order
that tue asaaaains may be discovered and
brought to juatice, I, ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor of tho Stat? of South Carolina, do
iaaue thia, mv proclamation, offering a reward,
of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS tor their ap?
prehension and dolivery in*any jail of thia
State, with proof to convict..
In t enlim o ny whereof, I have here?
unto net ' my hand, and caused
- ?- tho great seal of tho State to be
( r ? affixed, at Columbia, the 2d'da-/
'( s- ? of AuguBt, A. D. 1871.and in the
- ninety nix Iii yaxv ol'tho indo
peodono? or Ibo United Hinte?
ROBERT K. SCOTT,Governor.
F. L CAUDOZO, Secretary of State.
Aug 4 3
State ot' South Carolina- -Laurens Co.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. '
S. K. Taylor and James 8. Workmanly, Alex?
ander McOarley, hie Guardian, ad lttem,vs.
Robert Speers.- Copy Summons for Money
To Robert Spoors, defendant in this action.
YOU aro hereby eummoned and required to
answer tho complaint in this action,
of which a copy ia herewith served npon you,
and to serve a copy of your an? wer on the sub?
scribers, at tho ornoo of Garlington Sc Jaeger,
Laurena ville. 8. C., within twenty days after
the service of thia summons on you, exoluaive
of the day of aorvice.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs will apply to
the com1, for tho relief demanded in the com?
plaint and couta.
GARLINGTON 4 JAEGER.
B. W. BALL,
Dated Jttly 10, 1871.
To the Defendant, Robert Speere.
Take notice that the aummone in this action,
of which tho above is a copy; togothor with
tbo complaint, was filed in the ornoo of the
Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleaa, for
Laurena Count v, South Carolina, on tho 10th
day ot J-ly, 1871.
GARLINGTON & JAEGER,
B. W. BALL,
July 13,1871. Plaintiff's Attorneys.
5CASE8 Jamoa Henneesy'e <t Brandenburg
Freres BRANDIE8, imported direct, and
oflered pure and unadulterated. These com
Sriao vintages of 1835, 1858, 1860 and 18G3.
took of Hocka, Clareta and White Winos in?
clude some of tho mont famous brands as well
a? sound low priced go ods. For salo by '
March 25_GEO. SYMMERR.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two voars old, at
Fer 21 JOHN O. BEEGERS*.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't oontain Copperas, Salt, Lime oi
MRS. 8. J. WYATT informa her friend
and the public in general, that she hai
opened a PRIVATE BOARDING H0U8E, oi
Plain Btreet, near Bull. The honse ia largi
and airy, and gueate may expoot the oomforti
of a home._May 2
Teas! Teas1.! Teas!!!
WE have just received an invoice, of choici
TEAS, constating of
Young Ryson, Imperial,
Oolong aud English Broakfaet Teas.
For Bale at our usual low prices.
Jnno28 JOHN AGNEW tc BON.-.
North Carolina Corn Whiskey. ;
l~r\ BARRELS of superior quality for aal<
Ol) hy the barrel. V E. nOPE.
Rpal Estate and Insurance Agent,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
OFFICE over W. O. Fiab'or'e Drug Store
Opposite Colnnrtfla notai, Main al Trot, My ;
"* Claret Wine
ON draught, THIS DAY, at a lowprtoo.l)
tho gallonfor doeon. ?DWARD HOPE.
Bori?s, Mules, Gows'ana'Cal?es, Wagons, Aol
BY D. c. PEixorro & ti?s;
ON MONDAY MORNING- next,. Auguat 7,- in
front ot the Court Boase, at io o'clock, HO
will Bell, without ah; reaorvo.
An extra fino young milch GOW- anil her
Braulin CALF, and th roo ether . fl ru t-ra. to '
milch Gows and their .young. Calves, all said
to bo superior milkers.
ALSO, -, .
.5 good draft and Baddie HOUSES.
i, fine young M?LE8. rv'
A lot of nubs tan tl al double gnar and other
1 Twc-horao Wagon and four Dumping '
Carte, in good order. . *
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
D. C. PBIXOTTO ii SOU, Auctioneers..
BY virtue of the power, duly conferred upon
tbe Cit ?zo??' Savings Dank, bf Columbi?,
by tho Colombia Oil Oorapany, to forecloae
tbe mortgage of tbe aatd Columbia Oil Com?
pany to tho said Citizens'. Savings Bank, of
Columbia, and f) enter upon and to aell all
and singular the mortgaged premises herein-*
after dcacribed, for tho purpoao of satisfying
their debt; tho said mortgage ia hereby de- '
olared to be foreclosed, ana- tho ?aid Colum?
bia Oil Company forever barred of all claim .
or equity of redemption in the premises*; and
under thc samo power aa aforesaid^ the un
deraigood will sell, at public auctidn-before
tho Court Houae, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in August next:
All that certain lot of LAND, situate and
hoing in tho city of Colombia, in the County *
of Richland-, and State of South Carolina,
consisting of one. square in ?aid eley, con?
taining four acres of land, moro or IOSB; and
bounded by Wheat, Hine, Lincoln and Gads?
den atrcota, with all the buildings; and erec?
tions on. aaid lot of land, now used for, the?
Sarnosos of an Oil Mill, and all'tho Engines, '
il Pres s ca and machinery of any kind what?
soever, in and upon said' premises. Term?
cash. W. MARTIN,
President Citizene' Savings Bank of South
.ON \ , ; ' . ?
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2,
OUR RETAH. HOUSE.
THE S TO GK
Will be exhibited In oar
Wholesale and Carpet Rooms, '*
IHTBlVOH . ? - ? .i
orv TAYLOR BTRBEV. :
Great Ba r g ains
Will be offered to make roomier our
FALL STOCK ;
Aagl.' " wr.-p.iovHftco.
Cleaveland Mineral Spring?,
(FORMBRLY WILDON'S.) ' ; ' V
55 Miles West qfT Char to Ile, ?T? C.,.
THE subscribers, having assooiatod them
a elves in the management of these L
Springs, would announce to their friends and :i
the public that the House ia now open for the "
reception of visitors. .' ' i ?iili /.? v
To thoae who haye tested the virtnee of '
these extraordinary witera, it ia deemed jun- ' ,
necessary to say anything by way of com?
mendation, but to others thoy cotiSdontly aa- . '
eure satisfaction if they will make trial of the -
healing properties of the watera ipr oply a ,
We pledge ourselves to spare neither pain a
nor expense in ordor to render! ail who may i
favor ?B with a call as comfortable aa poora- .'
hie. In prospect of an abundance of supplies, . ?
wa have adopted the following scale pf . '
If over 10 days; at. $1.50 per day.
If not ovoF 10 days,. 1.75'
bioftle day,..:*.2.GO i. '.
Children between the ages of two.and eight, .
years; and colored servants, at half rates. -
Washing on reaaonable terme.
It is expected that the Western Di Vision of .
tho Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford ..
Railroad will be completed to within a mud
or two of the Spring* at an early day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD,
Juno 4 t B.'M. OATES. ?
FRESH AND COOLI
W^E open this day a fresh-lot of
D R Y G>0 O B8T;
Direct from fir st hands. Having no old ato ok '
to work off, we show new 'and fresh Gooda, at
Dull Times Prices
We ask capoolal attention and esamlnation
of our low price
Remember, the only place In the etty to pro-*
oura these desir?bl? goods ia at ?
POUTER & STBEtB?S*r :
NO FIRS USKD IR W ASinBG, .
WABFIBLB'8 COLD WATEB SOAP.
THIS HO AP washes perfectly in oold water,
soft, hard or salt. Ii removes grease,
oil and paint from garments. It waehee ali
kinda of goode-cotton, flannel, ailkor woolep.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry
without scratching. It tho articles are moon
tarnished, rab them with a piece, of: flannel
wbioh has plenty of the Soap on it. To people
who do. their own washing, it ia invaluable.
It will savo its cOBt in ono washing. For saf?,'
in boxes of thirty.eix bars, by
April 0 Agent for gjfgtjj Carolina.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the celebrated Dupont's
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER, in kegs
and cannisters, is now offered td merchants
and eonsdmera at the lowest market ratea, by
tho undorsigncG, who aro sole agents for the
manufacturers kt thlft place. _
May 25 JOHN AONEW A SON.