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LONDON, May 6.-Tho Chinese re?
bellion is spreading. Nankin is
Gladstone's letter declining tho
leadership of the opposition says he
will not move tho amendment of
which ho gavo notice, but will sup?
port any gentleman who will bring
.forward amendments which he can
approve. Tho Times says Gladstone
.cannot resigu ; ho owes it to tho libo
ral party to romain its leader.
Bavaria has not entered the North
The royal family of Portugal aro
on a visit to tho Queen of Spain.
They will go to France.
Tho Vienna Presse says that all
that is loft to the Governments that
have entered into alliance with Prus?
sia, is tho management of their thea?
tres, and also of their musical insti?
tutions, the fifes and drums of their
CHARLESTON, May ?>.-Arrived
steamship Moueka, New York; United
States steamer Ken a uno, Key West;
schooner N. W. Smith, New York;
schooner Addie M., Baltimore; and
schooner Jayne, Norfolk.
LEXINGTON, KY., May 6.-Lieut.
Bice, with a detachment of soldiers,
attempted to make some arrests in
Nicholasville, Ky., when tho soldiers
were driven off, and Lieut. Rico and
a private wounded. The trouble grew
out of lynching a negro, who killed
.a white boy.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5.-Arizona
:advices say that a war of extermina?
tion has commenced against the lu
.diana in that Territory.
Rosseau has been ordered to the
.command of tho North-Western Mili?
tary District, embracing Oregon,
Washington and Montana.
WASHINGTON, May G.-Tho Chibar
Minister has official advices of tin
success of the Administration part}
in tho recent elections. Tho State
Department bas advices of tho disco
very of the silk plant in Peru. Pre
parafions for its extensivo cultiv?tioi
have been inaugurated. The shrut
is three to four feet high, and tin
silk is enclosed in pods, which an
numerous. Tho silk is very line
The stem also produces a fibre supe
rior in strength and beauty to th<
finest linen thread.
A petition in favor of the pardon o
Mr. Davis was started iu Washing
tou, but met no favor with his near
est friends. It is well understooi
that Mr. Davis has not made, and i
is said on good authority he will no
make, any extra judicial appeal unde
The Agricultural Department ha
-advices that the present will bo th
largest wheat crop for many years.
Internal rovenuo receipts to-da
Hon. L. H. Chandler, District Al
torney for Eastern Virginia, has at
dressed a lotter to tho Secretary <
War, requesting that tho commm
daut of Fortress Monroe be ordere
to obey Judge Underwood's writ fe
Stanberry closed his argument i
the Georgia and Mississippi inj um
lion cases. He spoke as to tho gem
ral principles, denying tho jurisdi
tion of the Court, as there was j
these casos no basis of property c
which relief could be given. On!
two of tho ten States affected we:
here; it was not known but eigl
were content. The Attorney-Gen
ral argued that the Supreme Cou
was in tho hands of Congress, whi(
might so act as to destroy tho ef
ciency of tho Court by impeachit
its judges on false accusations, or 1
denying tho salaries requisito f<
their support. It rested with tl
people to secure honesty of legisl
tion, nnd to this basis we mist lot
for the preservation of tho rights
citizenship and the integrity of tl
States. The Court adjourned imm
diatoly on the close of Stauberrj
NEW "YORK, May G.-Counterft
plates-ones and fives-on the Pe
plo's National Bank of Michigan, ai
legal tender ones, havo been disc
vered by the detectives.
Matamoras correspondence of tl
tilth ultimo" says Juarez issued a tl
eree, withdrawing privileges frc
European citizens who recogniz
the empire, and abolishing trca
stipulations with such powers.
A Rio Janeiro despatch, dat
April 8, says tho Emperor issued
decree declaring tho slaves free-t
mandate to take effect within twer
years. Children born hereafter t
Thero were 42S) deaths last week
A portion of Coney and Bari
Islands has been sclented as quan
tine, boarding and landing stution
The mansion of Aaron Degrew,
Long Island, with its contents, t
burned last night. Loss $60,000. '.
LOUISVILLE, May 6.-Tho Congr
sional election is quiet. Grovt
majority in tho fifth district is 4,0
Reek, in tho seventh; Knott, in I
fourth-all Democrats, are elect
In proportion to tho voto cast,
Democratic majority . will be lar
than last year.
BOSTON, May G.---John Leight
who failed for ovor $1,000,000, is
plicated in an over-issuo of min
stocks, and, with Julius F. Hnrtw
iu embezzling 8300,000 from tho <
\ rr ornent. He has been jailed,
default of ^140,000 bad.
i 11? i if hgti ' II i lit fa
NEW ORLEANS, May 6.-The n?
groes yesterday attempted to get up
a riot, taking possession of a Raiu
port street car, appropriated to tho
use of the whites, and refusing to
ride in those appropriated to them?
selves. On Saturday night, tho ne?
groes threatened Co forco an entrance
into the Frenoh Opera House, on an
equality with tho whites. They ap?
pear determined to take advantage of
tho temporary reduction of tho police
force, on account of Gen. Sheridan's
order to the effect that one-half of
tho force should be discharged, sub?
stituting ox-Union soldiers.
During a heavy storm, last night,
another crevasse occurred on tho
West bank of tho river, thirteen
miles abovo tho city. It endangers
the safety of Algiers, Gretna and tho
Opelousas .Kn il road.
RICHMOND, May C.-Th" United
States District Court a sse?., oled to?
day, Judge Underwood presiding.
Among the members of thc grand
jury were 'John M. Botts, Joseph
Segar nud Lewis McKenzie, and live
colored men. The Judge, in his
charge, congratulated the jury, that
although threatened with death by
assassins, yet, thanks to Congross, it
met now iu security. This promised
better things for Richmond-a city
where tho press had reached the low?
est depths of profligacy; tho pulpit
had been prostituted by ministers;
gay Lotharios and licentonsnsss had
ruled, until half the births wcro ille?
gitimate. The jury would havp a
good deal of work-much of it creat?
ed by the demorolization'of the peo?
ple; by a disloyal press, which had
encouraged perjury aud counterfeit?
ing to cheat the Government. Ho
called attention to the fact that ne?
groes wero not allowed tho freedom
of the street cars.
The Examiner has information that
tho session of the court will be pro?
longed until tho adjourumcnt of the
Supreme Court, when Chief Justice
Chase will come here and preside at
tho trial of Mr. Davis. L. H. Chan?
dler, prosecuting attorney, is now in
New York, consulting with Evarts,
Mr. Davis' counsel, about the trial.
Mr. Davis will probably bo brought
here on Saturday, and then held by
the civil authorities until tho trial.
Mr. Chase is expected next week.
A paragraph in Mr. Davis* habeas
corpus petition says: "Your peti
tiouer further showB that his impri?
sonment hos greatly impaired his
health, and that tho continuance
thereof through the ensuing summer
would involve serious danger to his
life, as your petitioner believes."
SAN FRANCISCO, May G.-On the
3d, the Nevada State prison was
burned, but tho prisoners wcro se?
Tho Indians are depredating iu
The Democrats carried Lancaster,
Pa., by 570 majority-200 gain since
CHARLESTON, May G.-Arrived
Steamer Alliance, Philadelphia; sehr.
Marion Gage, Boston. Sailed-Steam?
er Saragossa, New York; bark Cisca,
AUGUSTA, May G.-Senator Wilson
hos arrived here, aud will address the
CHICAGO, May 6.-Cambridge, UL,
has been destroyed, except one store
and one hotel. Loss $100,000.
I knew a young lady (says a well
known alderman) who said she didu't
like turtle soup. Affectionately re?
buking her, I was answered, piteous?
ly, that she didn't so much object to
the taste, but that she thought it
i was so cruel aud wicked to kill turtle
Recently a cow, anointed with conl
oil to keep off Buffalo gnats, came
too near a Aro in tho field, aud was
instantly in a blaze all over. She
ran among a herd of oattlo similarly
oiled, and the result was an im
proptu barbecue on a largo scale.
In tho Bangor (Mo.) lock up, tho
othor night, a drunken red man was
urgently pressed to tell where he got
his liquor, but emphatically and in?
dignantly replied, "Injun much
drink, but no squawkum."
LIBERTY AND LAW.-Tho Columbus
Sun says: "Liberty and law aro in?
separable. Liberty without law is a
ridiculous misnomer, and law without
nwise, a just and merciful interpreter,
is a dangerous insanity."
ANOTHER CASE OP INFANTICIDE.
Wo learn that a woman by the name
of Mary Turner (white) lins been
committed to tho District jail, on tho
chargo of infanticide.
A gentleman named P. C. Clowell,
formerly a captain in Confederate
service, who is known to havo a
mother and sister living iu South
Carolina, committed suicide, in St.
Louis, u few days ago.
Gen. Butler, of Edgefield, denies
the truth of tho statement, published
recently, that two United States sol?
diers wcro hung by tho citizens of
Two freedmen, named Louis Polito
and Nelson Waring, while on their
way from St. Andrew's Parish to
Charleston, on Saturday Inst, in a
boat, were upset and drowned.
The Common Council of Buffalo
has passed an ordinance which fixes a
penalty of $50 for swearing iu the
street, with imprisonment in default
Tho blind bowman-we refer to
Cupid-has induced Miss Bowman,
of Philadelphia, to take the Vail
Bishop Vail, of Kansas.
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COMMKHCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, May 6-Noon.-Flour
10@20a better. Wheat 2?3o. better.
Corn dull and heavy. Mesa pork
$23. Lard and whiskey quiet. Cot?
ton lower-middling uplands 27.
Stocks steady on call. Exchange
sixty doys 9%; sight 10)?. Money G.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and declin?
ing, with sales of 900 bales, at 27@
27>?. Flour firm-State $11.20?
14.50; Southern firm; mixed good
$13.25(^11.90. Wheat buoyant, at
an advance. Groceries unchanged.
Corn easier-new declined l@2o. ;
old unchanged; Western mixed Isl.38
($1.40; now $1.30?1.36. Lard firm,
at 12. Owing to the ease of the
money market? money is 5@6. Gold
closed steady, at 37>?.
LOUISVILLE, May 4.-Corn active
shelled, $1.10@$1.17; mixed and
white declined-ear, 95o.@$1.00.
Lard 12?12*?c. Mess pork held at
822.50. Bacon-shoulders, 9@9^o. ;
clear sides, 12)?; hams, plain, 13; :?;
sugar-oured, 16. Cotton, 24c. Whis?
NEW ORLEANS, May 6.-Sales 3,200
bales cotton, at unchanged ratos-low
middling 24@25, Receipts 1,900;
exports 3,432. Primo molasses 50(a)
60. Superfine flour $13.25. Pork
dull-moss held at $24.25(0)24.12.
Lard dull, at 12,3?@14. Bacon shoul?
ders 9@14; rib sides 11J?@12; clear I
BALTIMORE, May 6.-Cotton dull
and unchanged, at 26'?@27. Corn
active-good to prime white $1.25(7i>
1.27. Mess pork $23.75. Lard 13 ??.
OHARLESTON, May 6.-Cottcn dull
and unchanged; sales of 90 bales
SAVANNAH, May 6.-Cotton dull,
with sales of 200 bales-middlings
24J ?. Receipts 730 bales.
MOBILE, May 6.-Cotton quiet and j
firm, with sales of 700 bales-mid-|
dhngs 24>?. Receipts 612 bales.
AUGUSTA, May 6.-Cotton dull and j
lower, with sales of 126 bales-mid?
dlings 23. Receipts 27 bales.
LONDON, May 6-Noon.-Consols]
91#. Bonds 72.
LIVERPOOL, May 6-Noon.-Cot?
ton quiet-uplands ll)?d.011,%d. ;
Orleans ll%d. Breadstuff's quiet.
LIVERPOOL, May 6-2 P. M.-Cot-j
Columbia. Wlioleialc Price? Current.
BY FISHER <? LOWRANCE.
AFFIXES-Per bushel.*1 75
BAGO INO-Gunny, per yard. 30
Dundoo " . 33
BALE ROPE-Manilla, por lb. 25
N. Y. or Weat, pr lb..10? 20
BACON-llama, per lb.18@20
Sides " .l?ff?lG
Shoulders, " .14? 15
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Corni try, " . 30
BRICKS-Per 1,000. 12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .2 25(0)2 50
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 28
CANDLES-Sperm, por lb.40?50
Adamantino, ". 25
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.2G?30
Laguayra, M. 40
Java, " -i.45?50
CHEESE-Engliah Dairy, per lb... 25
Slammed, " ... 20
CORN-Per bushel. 1 75?1 80
FLOUR-Supor., per bbl.".. 12 00
Extra Family.1G?17 50
HAY-Northern, per cwt. 3 25
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 17
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LARD-Per lb. 18
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-rer bbl. 2 75^
MOLASSES-Cuba, por gallon.GO? 70
Now Orleans, " 1 10?1 25
Sugar House. M. 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50? 8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Koroaouo, per gallon.70? 1 00
Tcrohenc, " .
Sperm, " . 3 50
PEAS-Per bushel.2 00@2 25
POTATOES-lriah, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per bushel.12J@14
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 33? 1 33
SUver. 1 28? 1 32
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 75?3 00
Table, " . 5 00
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 18
Powdered, " . 18
Brown, " .12A?17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. ?00
Cognac Brandy, " . 0 00
Domestic " " ....
HoUand Gin, ?? . 8 00
American M " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, . COO
N E. " " 3 50
Bourbon Whiskoy, 3 00
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified '* . 2 75
STARCH-Por lb. 1
TEA-Green, per lb.1 50?2 25
Black, " .1 50?2 00
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb.30 ? 100
Smoking, " .50 ? 75
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, fl . 75
French, " . 1 50
WINE-Champagno, per basket.25@35 00
Port, per gallon-*. 4 50
Sherry, ?' .3 50@5 00
Madoira, " . 5 00
MEATS-rork, ?er lb. 15
Boof, ?.12J? 20
Motton, " . 12*
POULTRY-Turkeys, pur pair. 3 00
Ducks, " . 1 00
Chickens, " . 1 00
_ Goose. " . 1 50
Mr. R. C. Shivor, tho Dry Gooda Mor
chant, of our city.'ia offering groat advan?
tages and inducements to buyers. His
grand, ohoap, attractive and poroniptory
nulo of goods at reduced prices commences '
Monday morning noxt. Bargains may be
expected, as his stock is largo, varied,
frosh and floe.
THREE months af tor dato, application
will be m ado for a renewal of STOCK
CERTIFICATE No. 1,811, dated February
13, 185?, for ton sharos of S. C. R. R. Co.
and S. W. lt. R. Bank, in tho namo of A. R.
Taylor. Trnstoo for Grace B. Elmoro-tho
original being lost.
May 1 eowSmo A. R. TAYLOR, T'atuo.
( The encroachment of tho Missis?
sippi Uiver on the American bottom
in Illinois, between Alton and St.
Louis, is beginning to attract atten?
tion. Already farm after farm has
been swept away by the resistless
water, and still tho work of destruc?
tion is going on unchecked. It is
thought by some, that if this wearing
away is allowed to continuo, tho river
will ultimately find for itself a new
channel through the body of water
known as Long Lake. This would
make St. Louis an inland oity.
During the past year, twenty-six
new periodicals have bcou started in
India. Tho titles of them aro truly
Oriental, including such names ns
The Flame of Moiint Sinai, The Con?
fluence of the Tien Seas, T/ie Waler of
Life of India, The Star of News, T/ie
Sun of the World, The Light of the
Moon, The Ambrosia of India and
the Ocean of Wisdom; tho latter is a
FENIAN SENTENCED.-A despatch
from Toronto says that Patrick Mc?
Grath, tho last of tho Fenians con?
victed at the winter assizes, whoso
counsel moved for tho arrest of judg?
ment, has been sentenced to bo hung
on the 1st of June. The judge said
he was obliged to pass this sentence,
but did not suppose it would bo car?
The French Government has is?
sued orders to every theatre iu Paris,
that during the exhibition no pieco
shall bo acted which might wound the
feelings of foreign visitors. Ono has
already boon forbidden to present
n play entitled the "American War,"
lest it might hurt some sensitivo soul.
Somo butchers iu a New Orleans
market, the other day, refused to
pay their licenso to tho city. A
seizure was mado of tho stock of
stalls, and sold HOT $300. A sido of
beef brought $2.50. Next day, beef
sold at 75 cents a pound.
Gov. Fletcher aud a largo number
of leading men in tho North-western,
States are corresponding, with a view
of securing tho nomination of Secre?
tary Stanton to bo tho next Presi?
In ono of the districts of Frcdorick
County, Maryland, tho Democrats
supported a ticket for delegates to
tho constitutional convention made
up of whito and colored caudidates.
It is stated in Northern papers that
Republican Seuators aud Representa?
tives havo ?ubscribeti over ?9,000 to
the fund for sending radical speakers
and documents to the South.
A lady made herself conspicuous
on Broadway, recently, by wearing,
instead of even the usual apology for
a bonuet, a bright colored ribbon
tastefully entwined about her hoad.
. It is reported that tho Democratic
managers, in rivalry with the Repub?
licans, aro coucoctiug a plan for send?
ing Democratic speakers throughout
the Southern States.
Tho London Times employs fifteen
Parliamentary reporters, and tho
other principal London journals
Died, it Sandv Hun, Lexington, on thc
30th of April, H. SEIBELS, ar., in tho
seventy-fourth year of bia age. Ho leaven
a wife and live children. It is their loas,
bnt bia gain.
On Tuesday, April 30, 18?7, at tho resi?
dence of tho bride's mother, bv Kev. Wm.
Martin, GEORGE W. SMITH, Jr., to Miss
KENOP.A W., cldost daughter of tho late
Herman Kruse, all of Richland District,
At Trinity Church, May 3, bv tho Kev.
Dr.| Shand, Dr. ELLIOTT ?O?EH, U. 8.
Army, to Miss JEANNIE A. MCKINNEY,
of Rushford, Now York.
In Charleston, S. C., April 23, 18G7, by
Rev. Thomas Hirst Smith, JOHN R. LAS?
SALLE, of Columbia, 8. C., to FANNIE
M., daughter of tho luto James M. .Stocker,
.WANTED TO PURCHASE,
8EVERAL GOOD WORKING
TiirMiOIlSEH or MULES. Apply iin
rvy\ .mediately to Dr. JOHN W. ROACH,
at Mrs. Brady's, on Richland streot, near
Main._May 7 1*
" ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to tho estate of
GEORGE ROOGLE, lato of tho Dis?
trict of Richland, Stato of Mouth Carolina,
aro requested to call at onco and mako pay?
ment; and all porsous having claims
against said estato will present them pro?
perly attcstod. WM. PRICE, AdmV.
SIX THOUSAND lbs. COUNTRY FLOUR.
2,000 nico and dry COUNTRY BACON,
Hams, Sides and Shoulders. For salo low
by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Important to Tax-Payers.
U. S. INTERNALREVENUE.
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE,
HUB-DIVISION No. 1, 3u COI.'N DIST.
DEALERS of every class, tho Profes?
sions, Hotel Keepers, Eating Houses,
Auctioneers, Ac, Ac, subject to Special or
Licenso Tax under tho Iuternal Rovonue
La?3 of tho United States, for tho year
commencing 1st May inst., are HEREBY
NOTIFIED that it will bo tho imperative
duty of tho Assistant Assessor to roport.
with tho ponalty attached, (which jj
iioavy,) all who fail to procuro roccipts or
licenses on or boforo tho 15th inst.
Applications? must bo filed and namos
registered with tho Assistant Assessor
without delay, and receipts or licenses for
provious years submitted, at tho Bamo
timo, for inspection.
Tho same duty is imposed on tho Assist?
ant Assessor as to poisons subject to In
como Tai, Ac, for tho years 18G4,1805 and
18C6; tho returns for whie?1 must bo mad?
onorbeforo 15th M?;- mst. Default will
aubject tho pore'-.. ?0 severe penalty.
i EDWARD SILL,
May 7 3 Assistant Assessor.
Columbia, H. C., May 0, 1807.
Just Received, on Consignment.
TWELVE HUNDRED MARIDILLO SE?
GARS, being another invoico of that
j nut ly celebrated brand.
I can now supply tho numerous applica?
tions for them, for a few darn.
D. C. PE?XOTTO,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Cor. Washington and Assembly sta.
May 7 2
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
J\ A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
xjf^of this Lodge will bo held THIS
/V\(Tuesday) EVENING, 7th inst., at
Odd Fellows* Hall, at 8 o'clock.
By ordor of tho W. M.
May 7 TH08. P. WALKER, 8ooYy.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
y . i ^ THE rogular
jfldftf"^ ^^j^^ ^ uj,on^!,'y nieetiiig
A punctual attendanco of the members
ie requested, as business of importance
will bo transacted.
By order of tho President.
C. A. CARRINGTON,
_May 7 _ Secretary pro tem.
Of Rockbridge Alum Springs, Va.
THESE MINERAL WATERS haw an
established reputation for very high
curative virtues in all tho following classeH
of disease, and as hoing au ABSOLUTE
SPECIFIC in several of them, viz:
Scrofula, and all tho forms of < ?Undular
Swellings and Cutaneous Eruptivo Disoaso,
Erysipelas, Totter, Eczema, Ac, Chronic
Diarrlicea and Dysentery, Dyspepsia, Ilron
chilis, Chronic Thrush, Affections of tht
Kidneys and Bladder, Dropsy and Tiles. Ir
all auiemic conditiona of tho ?yatom and
broken-down states of tho constitution,
loss of appetite and gonoral nervoua pros?
tration, their powcra and virtue as a Re?
storative may bo aafoly pronouncod to ht
WITHOUT A KNOWN RIVAL amongst
tho miueral watorB of the world.
They aro especially indicated in tho whole
claus of ailments peculiar to thu Femah
Tho Springs Paniphlot, with Analysis o
Professor Hayes, of Boston, and letters o
Dr. Cartwright, of Now Orleana; Frofessoi
Cabcll, of tho University of Virginia; Dra
Moorman and Graham, of Virginia; Drs
T. G. Thomas and Thomas Addia Emmett
of Now York, and of other distinguish*.-!
men of tho clergy aud other professions
abundantly attest what ia hero said of tin
virtues of this water.
Can bo had on application to the Agenta
The Alum Mass, or Salts of the Water
Theao Salts aro now put up iu $2 and t
vials, sealed and stamped with the Springt
soal, to provont all mistake, and sont a
thoao prices, postage paid, to any offico ii
tho United States, and, at tho prico, i
much tho cheapest form of obtaining th
One box of water will last seven weckt
at oue pint daily.
PURCELL, LADD A CO., Wholosal
Druggists, Richmond, Va.; A. B. Ruckei
Lynchburg, Va.; COLEMAN A RODGER*
Baltimore, Md.; HEGEMAN A CO., Dru?
gists, Now York, aro kept in regular suppl
of tho Wator and Powders direct from th
tar Ordora sent to either of tho abov
houses or to tho proprietors, must b
accompanied with thc money, aa no ac
connts will bo kept.
CAUTION.-In ordering the Water,
will not do simply to order "A box of Aim
Wat?.-." If you want this water, bo can
ful to Bay "Rockbridgo Alum Water," an
ao also of tho Salts or Masa.
Tho Springs will bo open on tho 1st <
Juno. FRAZIER A RANDOLPH,
May 7 2mo_Proprietors.
IP JOHN OAKLINGTON and RICHAR
F. SIMPSON, or their legal repreaonti
tivos, will apply to tho underaignod, tht
will hoar of something to their advantasr
WILKINSON A GILCHRIST,
Attorneya at Law, 48 Broad street,
May 5 2 Charleston, S. C.
To Editors and Publishers.
falter from W. G. Clark, JCsq-., Preside
of Ute Southern Press Association.
ATLANTA, GA., ArniL 19, 1807.
J. S. THRASHER, ESQ.-DEAH Sm:
affords mo much pleasuro to coramunica
to you tho following reaolutiou of tl
Southern Press Association:
"Resolved, That aa a testimonial of o
appreciation for tho zealous, faithful ai
effective servico of John S. Thrasher, Es.
aa Superintendent of thia Association
years past, wo hereby tender him tl
thanks of thia Association, and cont
upon him tho complimentary position
Agent of tho Southern Press Association
tho city of New York."
Tho terms of commendation employed
tho above resolution do no moro than ju
tico to your important services duri
?rour Superintendency-services which no
lad better opportunity to know, and no
can moro highly appreciate than myee
Should occaaion require, I shall ho glad
avail myself of tho aid provided for Dy t
resolution. Very respectfully, your ol
dient servant, W. G. CLARK, Pres't.
I would respectfully roquost overy dai
tri-wockly, somi-weokly, wookly and moni
ly journal, South of tho Potomac and Ol
Rivers, and tho 80 dogreos 30 minutes ]
rallel of latitndo Weat of tho MissisBip
to publiait this advertisement twice, a
scud to mo at New York, each timo, a CG
of tho paper containing it, post-paid, w
bill for samo.
It is dosirablo, in my combinations
procuro choapor printing papor for <
Southern journals, that I shall bavo i
fullest information regarding tho sizes
paper used hy tho several publicado
and I can procuro it in no other way n
hy requesting particular attention to 1
need of sending a copy of tho pnblicat:
with tho bill. I desire it sont twice to n
>ido against mail failuros, and that tl
bo post-paid to Bocuro post office dclive
J. S. THRASHER,
May 5 2 _Box. 5,939, New York.JSf. \l
THIS DAY, Honry A. Moctzo, Como
nioner in Equity, filod a petition in i
Ordinary'a Court, praying for lettora
administration on tho catato of G.
Koon, deceased. Theao arc, theroforo,
cito and admonish all and singular the b
tired and creditora of said docoasod, to
and appear in tho Ordinary'a Court,
Loxingtou C. H., for Lexington Distri
on Monday, tho 13th day of May next.
Bhow cause, if any they can, whi said 1
tera of administration should not
granted. A. EFIRD,
Ordinary Lexington District
Lexington District, H. 0., April L 18?
April 2 tn
"Live and Let Live!"
HAVING boon thoroughly tit tod up and
supplied wftb GARDS, PAPER, BRONZB,
COLORED INK, CUTS ?nd TY PB in great
variety, tho proprietor ia prepared to exe?
cute, at abort notico, in good atylo, and at
roaaouablo priced, every variety of
From u Visiting Card to a Three-Hbeet
Postor, or a Pamphlet to a large-alsed Vo?
Call and Examine Samples
Of the following:
Programmes, Businoaa Carda,
Visiting Garda, Dray Tioketa,
Wedding Cards, Receipts.
Bill Hoads, Labels,
Circulars, bianka, ?ko
JULIAN A. SELBY, Prop r
Ph?nix and Gleaner Printing Office,
Weat aide Main Street, above Taylor,
April ti Columbia, t?. C.