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WOLU~~~IE U ~WtiN4BOR0,. C., OnTHURI8DAY MORNING, JULY 20.,18665. r~-m1'~
4 TN.~ TRi.WNINEY ItEWB:
4 3t 'J.. i3RagTON.
Tilt. TRi-WaEa.Y. NqW8 ipbish.ed
on, lprpday ant aturiday,pt ONE
DOLLAA tmonth; in advance. -8uogid
A4Ver1tIesnts .in sytcd at ONE DOLI4R
pI o ar ; inIes or leg#, for the first,
.#nd . Vcente Mr eachr subse
q(e11t insertiok Inveriably in advrnce.
as- DURB15C & WALTER, Auction and
Commission Merphauts, Columbia, 8. 0.,
are the authorised agenta it that plaeo, in
colloetingsubuoriptione and advertisenents
f t e . they will receipt fo all
montes lue this offi0.
-esume of the New..
The Philadelphia Ledger of June 14,
- sys the stearmef .Ieteo btought up
from Fori D1eire, yesterdiiy. four
hundred'and eighty prisquore., who-had
been' releamed upit taking t.he oath of
allegispee. Th'Were all 116 officers,
opptainss d Brat and second lieut6nafits,
rand aong them were.. representatives
Nne almost every portiQu 9 .the South
-frem "Arktnsas, Mississippi, Florida,
Go6orgia, Alabama, North Carolina,
E1o'h Oarliga a4, Texis. "Ginerally
they appeared to be in roust halth,
and very thw bore' any traces of either
bd~iler, m'ental suffering. With few
-elg O,ns theylhad as Iuch baggaga
- as thy c.Wld stagger tn*dr, a P
parel wornby neatly #1l q6ljem.was. in
The Columbia Pmix says :'"We
learn', that 0ov. PArig 1i88 ggP to
Washington, via Newberry and Ches
ter,'we premnine to receive detailed iin.
siuctiodie reiards his ofil. A few
days $ r:g iti~n1 'ack, 4iM4d doubt
. notAA 4hawillhn prpeeaed to h6a 1k
bors in Columbia." .
Mr:.T. BLoith'having retired from
the afltor,. 0yblished at Augusta,
-*G a the paper will hereaftegby pub
lihed by Mr. PANaouaWAsu. Iis tho
' onLy Catholirjoufiein'the but, ?and
38.WeroIy the undiiej a ort of the
inombers of that chnrch.
The late rebel arobives- captnred
throw much lighi etf -t i4*igement of
affikird it th6 1gittf 6f the'war.
-The Republ' of Weakin ivas a
Almne uggested ; and d4e. by qnly
i a, o It also appear jthit the dr
yki ty oft 4ie e ' i tp - ?)ms
ef the discussion..
It zio* teenis'thatt "he 'indians coin.
iipn th West akre the
Au o triee ,o nM99o .eyl
0n. to the eutbtak .e theywr
th)Idvernuient.' Thee c*44na aro
4t% sped .W n MVgsa 4ete -
Ivhe dotW P
- t b 4i1tour.
pointment of Judge Pineoxe as Gov
ernor of Alabama, he proieatig par
ties hope to upset him..
One hatnded - thousand negroes are
said to be 'subsidking on Government ra.
tions in Virginia.
Spain, has signi6ed her. intention of
delivering td'the UnitedStates the rebel
rain Stoiewal, nw 4t Havana.
- The Washington conspirators MnD,
-O'L AUGHAN, AnNOLD and SPANGLYn,
will be taken to the penitentiary,: at Au.
The Vefrnont State C6nviption pas.
ed resolutions in favor of negrsuftrage.
there is not much doing in our cottoft
market. What has changed haddA
o9frhanded 22c. gor, pound in green.
backs. In.coin, buyers offer 15c. a 16S.
In the Atlanta, Ga., Cotton inarket,'
S101., t h staple commanded 20 a
. In, the Macon, Ga. market Cotton is
quoted at'28c.:'26o. per -pound. The
salea for'the week is pit downr 'at '600
bales,. Otock Qip and is calulyed a
36,000 bales,. mostly owneajy Virgin
ians and Tennesseeans.
Twe - PCDMONT1'- RAL0Aib. - This
Road, running frh'Greensbbro, N; C.,!
to Daville, VA., ,ha been tak pos
sion of by thq t. .: autl6rities as the
propertt of the late Confedefate Gov.
ernmeit. The ,dperintendeht of Cho
SIond, Mr. Mis bodamead,' addreili
the (9owiUg.'qtq to.,tje pifcer . n
possession of the property
'Da'viller Vs.,- June -24. 1865k.
0H.' Drence, Esq-Lsir: -In, aco
cordanee with the - kuthority. exhibited
by y00 as aid totheTreasury'Dopertmentb
of the United States, .1 turn over to you
the property now on the .lione'of the
Piedmon Uailroad, including engines
#wd earsa'belpnging to other compa
Ihte .State of Virginia; aloe
*ti4terlsds ri the shops at Northside be.
konging to:the-Richmond and :Danville
Rairoad. 'itiig you notice that, -the
shoys arid al. permanenttools contained
aterein ayre the prdpdrty of the Riohtipnd
and D.anwille .Railroad Co. theyr'pnly
being-teated to the Piedmont:-Railroad
Company . - -- ,
I as:the same timae I'Ofy -you, that
the Piedmont Railtoad, with theiexcep.
tibow of sixteen -husdrqd dollarwdf stock
held by* individtralsi is-kthe ropert# of
the Richmond and Daville Raalrmud
Tuos. DoDANIIAD, Slqpt.
We hear, svera farxmers who
they .will bavq to gnt farming. afterjba
year,-,a#sitk io, dependence.to .
pnt.in.rifg JAbpr. Tbne.gr
AV e I and Iiki not
av $= a whter qe-.
greeq p ponthe ova J
Mi' h~ ~ I94~ whz
4At grkm i
'he rat'llre 1i No* Tork.
RloHuoRD, July 14, 10 p. in.
Washington.papers of to-day bring ac
counts of a mod disastrous conflagration
which occurred in New York yesterday
forenoon;about 10 o'clock.
The fire commenced in Barnum's Mu.
seum building, corner Broadway and
Park Row, and a diagonally opposite the
Astor House. It is supposed to have
been caused by the expbmion of some
pyrotechnics, which had been prepared
for use in some dramatic performances in
the theatrica. department of the build.
ing. I.The flames spread with great ra
pidity to ovety portion of the house. pro.
ducing terror, and consternation among
the inmates, and completely paralising
all efforts to check the raging element.
The Museoan Building is very tall
some four stories in height-and serious
apprehensioni were entertained from the
first,'that. 0l, the talable buildings in
the entire block would be destroyed.
The Herald newspaper buildings on
the, northwest corner of Fulton and Nas
sau streets, of great height' and very.
valuable, *ero completely destroyed,
along with the greater portion .of its
types, presses, etc. 2 - .
The buildings on Ann. street wore oc.
oupied chily es 'priming, offices ia the
uppor ~portions,. aid many publishler
and printers were thrown out of em
plo m., ent . i. ' ... ., , , ' '.
he total loss .is estimated at from
*1,760,000 to -2,000.000 1
The Herald., buildings, were erected
some fif4eep" 'or, si'tpen ,years ago, at
considerabla expense. 'They were com.
plete in 'all respeota. for the proseoution
of the gigantio busiess' for which they
'barnum'a losses are *7ry heavy, and,
well nigh irreparable. -14 had recently
Snoountored great ejcpe;%qe in preparing
for .the0orgeous.8peq 4?automima
of "The Green Mon#We or the White
Knight and Giant Warrior." . Allfthpl
nAwwarid SpleOlid ,sery, costumew,
The tivo living WMAil. whalea cap
kured end'brought -o New York from
RhecqWof Jebrador, aod Ezbibited in a
mamanoth glass tank, wQre burnt. . A
livig aligator 20 feet 190g, his vast
allection of. Aish, - birds, flpworaoetc.,
were also.bunt.; His many Wax Fig
are,- livin otters,- epals, .vtnagerie of
living -anumals, monster Pyon, 'and a
thonsand'other oqi-iuities wgr owael
LOwed up by the, devopring. glement,.
_Mbe-Allat .Wgiman,i (a.-Pountaio of
lesh) was saved with grn difflctty;
Rise . Ciroassap., Girl,, one 4( Ahe
Grlass teaM,' Snginas in - tion,).n, J
I othespartioles. of. mino imporkpsei
rhose were all tl!t wver s ved. ,.
.QOne,acoiit. tepresets hat. the fre
waocasinad by.some ,xparingouts
insche q#jcaI, whiI .were ing. pyh by
Prof. osperess, the greq ,blcs er
dM gign who %owas an une4.,C a
:Oome "doo tgay be. f(,of)(
Bn 's rpfits fropi t, swegisi
inblishmenQt, when )& is .4 dlistdur
Ingehe, eleves autonths, .*ng. ot a
Bl~dt agpag reqoiptac kqn,~
lqi mounted to 142804 e
UA4w,. 4owtera .his,: V l'givoe, P
twqlv kvo dved and In
' tia angl ouqot r e4'y pp
Xo*.wpa Nr ,t xTaorn
S";A yeow. '' .
ie4* The si
a nelIrtIon * h
Ge'N. Fonna-r -SRIOtmo INJUREl
-The Mqwphis Argw of July 6, says
Rather a serious accidenit occurred 0
the Mississippi and Teinessee Railros
last Tuiehday' afternoon, about fol
o'clock, as a -spider car was caniit
down a grade towards the city, about
mile this side of Senatobia, Miss., whe
a plank on the track caught in the bral
of the car and throw it off the trae1
At the time the acciderrt oo-Urred Gen
ral N. ti. Forrest was on the'top of ti
car, and had his shoiulder blade brok(
in two places, and was injured interna
We learn that the people of Soul
Carolina are very miach gratified -at t
appointment ofB. F. Perry as Provisioi
al Governor for that State. We pr
sume they were surprised at his' appoin
ment, as they could not have been betti
p leased or suited if they had had the a
lection in their own hands. Mr Perry
a straight-forward business man, and hi
always enjoyed the respect and coni
dence of the great rmass of the people.
his State. Prdsident- J6hnsou. in a
pointing Mr. Perry; line shown his goc
JUdgment and good soise. 1 -
BRAXTON BBAo00.-This old a1
prominent citizen .of . Louisana, who
fortunes have been so varied, during 11
late war, arrived in .oui city by Q
Mobile boat yesterday norning, aid,
stopping at the. St. Charles, Gener
.Bragg is in excellens health,. and loo)
as if he could: ."give 'em, a little moi
grape'.' - yet, - aa., lihe ..more lialcyc
endtglprious, dqye, of ;,he xepublj
Like alI egenerale ot'he 'Confedereo
army, he recognizea ihe march of e-ent
and is only ambitions to retire, a belbi
thevar, and fulfil the. duties of a
[New Orleans Pcayune, June 28:
XiMal') bolo ngi IJ Tnfiek'h
ing petitioned fot pAdon, h cas' vi
f'ferrea' to Gov. Bgowulov. 'The G
p ' letter in reply says" 1'1'his n''
CArol, were hi to com' , i'iin '
Stte~ofTeniiessq, woufd'uot be'poemi
ted to livq five iainutes. Tje ioI
woild not tolerate. his exnsence thet
I can't dpy gnyinig igainst so poor hi
men a' map as th is n4 I eaib't say anj
thin fo,r 'ir4; hereoi-e SAY no
'JOME AA - RAT,
ARCITEC' A1401 VIL BNGN31,
7 Po . 1.
ufezed of twhith, iate July 1M, 86
o un rsip ireby se;pnes*oeisu
yet 1f66 agit.. ea'1
iiIesaa eh~o5I Al
- 0% TnoS.
l1'o the .Nzws, obe mosih, ON 2
n DOLLAR, or 'i bArter fo ether con..
nodities, All &rtieles necessary/or Uset
ful in families, 'or 'IM. lingi, will be
a taken in exchange, at fair prices, as
, usually. understood in't narket .Bum
for the better udeindg '6f Ou
' friends, we present the' T4l46'ing schedq
e ule of rates, in the case of the mest ob.
, vioRs commodities. For cno moxth's
I. subscription -to the NE N wc6 will re,
ceive either of the following, vi ,
h f bushe) corn, I bushel peat or'pota.
24 lb Flour.
5 pounds butter.
r 5 '" bacon.
4 head of chickene.
8& dpszon eggs,
. Wood, and prOvisiIns goeiejally re
)f ceived at fair market rates,
- For single p e.T CENTS, or a
proportionate amount in -'any of the
above montioned '4rticles.
Advertisements will be' inserted at
d oe aollar per square (eight fluies, less)
for ;the firMChertion. and seventg.five
cents for each subsequent insertion----in.
i variably in advance..
Aty fMende recoiving. papers, or'arii,
vihg itithpiereor news, from ansy yle'
n not now' irt full confietion'by mail, will
- oblige us spelally , (v reporting t4tfie
* NIsv office, and wIll hus: akdin preb
' venting ekeiting tumors.
Tike TrieWeekly NeW .
rUssianadR~ AT VFx 11oto, ii. ., By.
J. B., BIt 't ON.
Terms, Ox DoMiA pbr ionth, In adtines'
Single. oaples Top = ., Advertieomente
'.inserted at Ope pflar a% square, VIlgb lines
n s viseo the At, elal *senty je Cents
0 weeh, subsequent Wsaeurtio.
a . .9. SaIlroad.
- 8 te l1:# recorkstructipa of this
.th.o i h
thoqlrr "_ovxl, ~I forbl 4~ bjv Ou.,'
april 86 bls 0X
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