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LONDON, May 12.-The treaty
signed yesterday has been ratified by
the respective. Governments. The
Prussians are to evacuate Luxemburg
in a month.
BEBMN, May 12.-Tho French Cabi?
net has made satisfactory explana?
tions in regard to the reoont war
HARMSBURO, PA., May 12.-Somo
time sinco, two brothers, named
Zoek, of Pennsylvania, were mur?
dered near Vicksburg. Gen. Gillam
has telegraphed to the Governor of
Pennsylvania to arrest C. L. and A.
R. Broome, the alleged murderers.
AUGUSTA, Moy 12.-As the sexton
of tho First Baptist Church was light?
ing up for evening service, .the entire
ceiling fell, with a loud crash, break?
ing pews and furniture; but, for?
tunately, tho congregation hod not
assembled, and uo person was in?
CHARLESTON, May 12.--General
Sickles has issued an order'requiring
all persons concerned in the seizure
of any kind of real or personal pro?
perty, sequestrated by the Confede?
rate Government, to report in writing
to headquarters the amount and kind
of property sequestrated, time and
placo of sequestration, with tho names
of tho original owners and present
The Republican State .Convention
has adjourned, to meet iu Columbia,
July 21. A platform was adopted
affirming adhesion to tho Republican
party of tho North.
Arrived-schooner Alert, Matanzas.
Sailed yesterday-Grenada, New
York; schooner Transit, New York
and'Napoleon, Philadelphia. Sailed
to-day-brig Albert, Liverpool; Tra?
vers, Baltimore, and N. W. Smith,
NEW YORK, May 12.-Advices pei
steamer Arizona state that the stcamci
Rayo does not belong to the Colum?
bian Government, but is Masqueras
private property. A draft from
parties in New York who sold hei
.has been protested. No steps hav<
been taken towards a settlement o
the Spanish difficulties.
Advices .rom the Argentine Re
public state that Mendozo and tin
revolutionists were defeated, afte
four hours' fighting.
Tho Columbian Congress passed i
bill over Masquera's veto, direct in j
a sale of all vessels of the Columbia
navy. In consequence of tho captaii
of a Spanish frigate ' demanding in
formation regarding tho stearne
Rayo's character, and evasive an
swers having boen returned by th
authorities at Carthagonia, tho Spa
nish captain disabled the Rayo b
removing a part of her machiner*,
and notified tho Governmeut.at Bai
gota, giving them forty days to e?
tablish her character. It is believe
, Masquera intends a blow at the Spt
nish interests in tho Caribean Sen.
Gon. Sullivan, the American Mini;
ter to Columbia, has arrived.
The Peruvian Congress declare
nil disagreements with Chili ended.
Tho large hat factory of Doubl
day ?fe Co. was burned to-day. Near]
3,000 persons have been thrown ox
of employment iu consequence. Lo;
A cable despatch to the Herah.
^Ated the 11th, says uotwithstnudir
tue satisfactory solution of tho Lu
ernburg question by tho treaty a
rangements, fears are cntertaim
and generally expressed that war h
been merely postponed by tho wo:
of tho diplomatists'. Warlike prep
rations nre still nctively carried on
France, Germany, Russia and Greec
It is said that before the peace co
gress adjourns, a proposal is likely
bc addressed by England to all tl
powers included to take delibera
action, in-which Queen Victoria w
recommend and urge a general d
arming. Should this proposal
entertained, another congress w
probably assonjble in London
secure its formal adoption and Ul
versal execution by all the gr?
powers; but it is thought even tl
proposition will not bo successful
securing a maintenance of peace.
Tho fourth military conscripti
during this year has been made
Greece, by which the Greek army
iucreased to 30,000 men. Tho cc
dition of the navy is also cngagi
the .serious consideration of i
Greek Government. Large, enrc
monts of senmen ure in process
A telegrnni from Berlin annoum
the death of Gov. Wright, on I
llth, by dropsy. Ho rallied a sh
time previous to his death, n
thought he would recover, but cc
menced to sink rapidly on the ni
of the 10th, and expired next mo
ing, at 8 o'clock.
The steamers Hermania and N
York, from Southampton, have
Warm gratitude is expressed
French society to Queua Victo]
whose personal intervention wo
prevent tho great calamity of war.
would tend to draw closer tho boi
of amity between tho two countr
The Queen of Spain soldnlmosl
her jewels in London. A single i
mond watch-chain brought ?21,Ot
It is stated that France contin
to prepare for war, and troops
arranged to be concentrated alu
i inmediately ; but opinions goner
RICHMOND; May 12.-Mr. Davis
inaincd at the Spotswood Hotel
'ill Ililli III'
day, and was coiled on by a large
number 'of citizens. There is no
guard over his movements. Several
boqueta were sent him.. The follow
ing is generally understood to be the ?
programme in Court to-morrow: The
Sr isoner will be produced by Gen.
ui rt on, and the J ndge will discharge
him. Ho will bo immediately arrest?
ed on a bench warrant, to answer on
indictment found against him by the
Grand Jury at Norfolk. Mr. O'Co
nor, his counsel, has stated to his
friends that he will insist on an im?
mediate- trial. Another of his counsel
states that if the trial is not granted,
a motion for bail will be insisted on.
The general opinion is that no trial
will take pince now, and not, per?
haps, until June. Horace Greeley
and Augustus Schell, of Now York*,
and A. Welch and Gen. Jackman, of
Philadelphia, aro here, for the pur?
pose of going bail for Mr. Davis.
Charles O'Conor, of Now York, and
William B. Reed, of Philadelphia,
counsel for- Mr. Davis, aro here.
William Evarts, of New York, who
assists tho prosecution, and Lt. H.
Chandler, prosecuting attorney, are
rived this afternoon from Washing?
ton. It is gonernlly believed that
Davis will bo held in custody until
Another negro riot occurred in the
lower part of the city last night. Tho
negroes attempted to rescue a drunk?
en negro from tho police. Bricks,
clubs and pistols were used. Four
policemen were badly beaten, and
ono of them severely injured. A
company of soldiers guarding the
Libby Prison were called out, and
captured eighteen of the rioters.
Whilo this was going on, another ne?
gro difficulty occurred on First street.
I Tho last mob dispersed upon the
I persuasion of a colored juryman.
Twenty mounted soldiers patrolled
the streets to keep order, and squads
of police were placed at all thc
churches, in view of a threat of the
negroes to force their way in among
the white people.
A large procession of nogroes at?
tended a funeral to-day, accompanied
by an unarmed company of colored
militia, the officers of which carried
swords. There was no disturbance.
Lost night, Jedekiah K. Hey ward,
of Massachusetts, was arrested foi
using language at tho negro meeting,
on Friday night, calculated to creak
a riot. His lau guage was as follows
"After Judge Underwood leaves, yoi
can hold high carpival, or what yoi
please. I need not advise you wha
to do, for great bodies do as the^
have a mind to." Ho was arrestee
on a warrant from the Mayor, auc
was bailed in $3,000 to appear to
morrow. Tho citizens have been ap
prehensive of a riot all day.
RICHMOND, May 13.-The Unitei
States Court was packed this morn
ing. A military guard was stationci
around it, and a strong police fore
inside. About twenty Indies wer
among the spectators; also fifty ne
groes. At ll o'clock, Mr. Davis wa
brought in and took a seat next t
the prisoner's box, with Gen. Bin
ton and tho Marshal. A servant nc
companied him. Mr. Davis, sit tin
by au open window, remarked: "It i
a littlo cold, isn't it?" And he wo
then removed to a scat hear his cour
sel, in front of tho Judges: Burton'
return to tho writ was read, and th
Judge complimented Burton in obe]
ing the laws, and relieved him of tit
custody of Mr. Davis; and the Ma:
shal immediately served on him
bench warrant to answer, at Norfoll
au indictment. O'Conor spoke <
Davis' long imprisonment and feebl
health, and asked that ho be bailo
There being no opposition upon tl:
part of tho prosecution, who fix?
tho bail at $100,000, the Jndgo ai
nonnced his readiness to accept tl
bail, stating, nt the same time, th
the responsibility of the delay :
bringing Mr. Davis' case into Cou
rested upon tho Government, ni
not upon the District Attorney. I
also said half tho bail should 1
given bj' persons residing in the Sta
of Virginia. Tho sureties thou can
forward, Horace Greeley being nnioi
tho first, followed by Schell, of Nf
York, Jackman, of Philadelphia, ai
others. A number of gentlemen i
siding in Virginia offered their nam
as bail. Davis was congratulated 1
several friends, but there was no ti
moustration or noise of any kin
After giving bail to appear at t
November term of Court, he w
taken in a coach to the Spotswo
As Mr. Davis came out of tho coi
house and entered, tho carriage, ail
his release, thero was a loud ch(
from the crowd of negroes outsit
and about fifty of thom gathei
around the coach and shook har
with him. Ho has remained quio
in his hotel all tho evening. Mr.
will visit Canada ina day or two,
see his children. Tho first nan
signed to thc bail bond, after that
Jefferson Davis, is Horace Gree
and Augustus Schell, of New Yo
and Gen. Jackman, of Philadelph
A little lower down, is tho name
John Minor Botts. Thc Virginia
sidents who signed woro promin
citizens of Richmond-incrcha
aird lawyers. There seems to b<
general feeling of relief among
citizens and tho authorities that I
Davis is at lust at liberty. It is sta
that tho grand jury has indie
vice-President Broekinridge, Jut
H. W. Thomas, and four others,
It was decided to-day by thoso li
I ing Mr. Davis in their immedi
I charge that he should bo eon voy ct
11 the court room as privately as po
ble. In the back with him were Gen.
Barton. Dr. Cooper and Major Mc
Elrath, and in the other haok were
Capt. Millard, .who wa* a Union of?
ficer during tlie war, and is now one
of the cour te ou.s 'proprietors of the
Spotswood Hotel, and Dr. McGill
and Rev. Dr. Minnegerode. On their
roturn to tho Spotswood Hotel, Dr.
Minnegorodo, in the company of Mr.
Davis and his family and a few per?
sonal friends, offered up prayer in
thankfulness for tho release of his
friend, his restoration to thc bosom
of his friends and family, and for his
future protection. A large number
of visitors were afterwards received
by Mr. Davis.
Tho following telegram was re?
ceived by Judge Underwood in the
court room, to-day, a short time be?
fore he admitted Mr. Davis to bail:
"WASHINGTON, May 13.-Judgo
Underwood-Beware of Greeley I
Remember Libby Prison, Audorson
villo and Bello Isle! Fifty millions
aro looking on, and expect you to do
your duty, while three hundred thou?
sand patriots' graves cry aloud for
revenge. YOUR FRIENDS."
Jefferson Davis, on his release,
telegraphed his brother, Joseph C.
Davis, in Mississippi, the fact, and
informed him ho would write from
Mr. Davis aud wife visited thc
grave of their son, this evening, late,
at Holy wood Cemetery.
CHARLESTON, May 13.-Arrived
United States steamer DeSoto, Nor?
folk. Sailed-Brig Tibidabo, Barce?
lona; scbooucr Ocean Pearl, Boston.
NEW ORLEANS, May 13.-A Repub?
lican mass meeting was held Satur?
day night, at Lafayette square.
Mayor Heath presided. Addresses
wero made by Mr. Kelly, of Phila?
delphia, Mr. Hamlin and Mi*. Con
way. Between 4,000 and 5,000 poi?
sons were present, five-sixths ol
whom wero negroes. Tho varioui
negro ward clubs came in a proces?
sion, headed by music, with transpn
rencios. There was considerable
excitement, the negro processioi
shouting ou tho liuo of march. Then
was no disturbance un. il 12 midnight
when the negroes stopped the car oi
St. Charles street, and cleared it o
the white occupauts, showing theil
clubs through tho windows, aud tool
possession, compelling the driver t<
go ahead. AU the saloons wer
closed at tl o'clock, by order of tb
Chief of Police.
General Sheridan issued an orde
removing the Clerk of tho Distric
Court, for tho alleged issuing o
fraudulent certificates of naturaliza
Thc Republicans are ndvocatin
negro policemen, and there is som
talk of running Jordan, a prominen
and popular negro, for Mayor.
WASHINGTON, May 13.-In replyin
to a. committee of Knights Templar;
inviting tho President to Boston to
Masonic celebration, Mr. Johnso
said ho had thus far declined to n<
copt any invitations with which b
had been honored, because of til
incompleteness of the work tax?t
tho reconstruction Acts, which ha
barely Lcm initiated; that until th
Attorney-General's opinion, now i
preparation, shall have been submi
ted aud considered, and some goner
rules in accordance with this opinic
shaU have been adopted for tho gui'
anco of military commanders, wher
by they may bo governed by uuifor
practice, ho must decline all invit
The Georgia and Mississippi i
junction cases have been dismissi
for-wau t of jurisdiction. The arg
mont of the Court is to bo deliver
Only the Georgia injunction b
was dismissed to-day, for want
jurisdiction. Tho Mississippi bill
amended to cover the argument.
. Reports show that 159 farms, c
verii>g over 20,000 acres, have be
entered iu Louisiaun, for the iii
quarter of tho present year.
BROOKLYN, May 13.-Taos. H
soy, a revenue collector, has been i
rested for defrauding the Govei
mont. He was bailed iu $15,000
MORILE, Muy 13.-Senator Wil :
arrived this marni" ig, aud speaks
The British Admilrolty has so
awakened to the progress of na
science that it is selling its old wo<
eu vessels of war. A singlo firm 1
bought a whole steam fleet wi tb
tonnage of 21,304 tons for tho si
of ?68,000, a price which the TV
considers very moderate.
A new and important branch
Southern industry is developing
tho swamps of North Carolina i~
Virginia, from which largo quanti!
of peat aro now extracted. Io !
Dismal Swamp peat eau be mm
facturcd at $1.50 per ton, which ii
costs $6 in New York.
A letter describes the Chero
nntion in the gloomiest terms. 0
fourth of tho people have perish
hardly a house with unbroken w
dows, and but ono old mission ho
is fit to be used. Tho churches
Tho Springfield Republican say
Thad. Steven's letter, that "tl
arc threats of such utter perfidy
volved in his declarations, that t
should bo promptly repudiated
every Republican who cares /or
honor and success of hi? party."
"Would I were a mau!" exelaii
a strong-minded woman, in her 1
! band's hearing. "Would you we;
j was his only comment.
] The wheat crop is already li
1 high in Georgia.
' A Western man, now visiting at
tho East, thus writes of the cost of
living in the two sections: "I havo
been surprised to lear?, while in New
England, that tho cost ol "living is
really less here than in th? West,
from which bread and mont is trans?
ported . to supply Now England.
Flour is only a trifle higher per
barrel in Portland than it is in Chi?
cago, and potatoes and all vegetables
aro considerably cheaper. Only four
artioles cost moro here than in Chi?
cago-bread, meat, butter and lard ;
all else which is needed in a family
costs less. Kents hero and in Bos?
ton, and in the manufacturing towns
of New England generally, are nearly
one-half less than in Chicago and
the smull towns of tho West. Wood
and coal aro no higher, while cloth?
ing, furniture, dry goods, boots and
shoes, aro from 10 to 20 per cent,
POLAND.-"Tho news from Po
laud," says tho Avenir National, "is
worse than over, especially that which
arrives from the provinces of Volhy
nia, Padolin, and tho Ukraine, in
which tho great body of tho people
aro treated with tho utmost refine?
ment of barbarity. In the kingdom
of Poland proper tho post office con?
fiscates all letters which aro not ad?
dressed in the Kassian language, and
tho persons to whom they are ad?
dressed aro fined in proportion to
their presumed ability to pay."
What a benign and merciful ruler tho
Czar of all tho Russias must be.
OLD KAINTTJCK.-Tho Louisville
Courier says, among tho other ques?
tions settled by the people of Ken?
tucky, last Saturday, at tho polls,
was that concerning tho proscription
of men for their antecedents. Here?
after no one is to bo banned merely
because of his action or sympathy
with the Confederate cause during
tho late calamitous war. Both wings
of tho opposition insisted upon that
test, and the people of thc State have
entered their protest by an over?
FORNEY.-John W. Forney, in his
speech to a colored delegation which
waited upon him just before he
"sailed away to seo," said:
"I believe tho day is coming, and
that it is not far distant, when, from
the State of South Carolina, there
will be in the halls of Congress a
black man abler than John C. Cal
ever was, and that there will go from
the State of Kentucky, at least as able
a black man as Henry Clay."
MEMPHIS FINANCES.-The Mem?
phis Post, of Saturday afternoon,
says: Yesterday ?250,000 worth of
stock owned by the city in tho Mis?
sissippi & Tennessee Railroad was
seized under an execution for $21,
838.21. The rest of the city pro?
perty, such as carts, engines, horses,
etc., has been mortgaged to prevent
seizure by tho creditors of the city.
HARD KNOT.-Among the curious I
things of the Exposition is a bar of
iron about as long and as thick as tho
pole of a carriage, tied in. a knot, as
though it were a ribbon, without a
vestige of crack or flaw, and the
visitor is assured that it was tied
A Washington despatch, of tho
5th, says: Robert Toombs, of Geor?
gia,- has recently written a letter
accepting the situation, and saying
that no true patriot South will for?
sake his native lund; let us remain
here and endeavor, by the favor of
God, to build up our waste places.
Thirty-four divorces have just been
granted in Massachusetts. ' .
COMMERCIAL. AM) FINANCIA!,.
LONDON, May 13-Noon.-Con?
sols 92; bonds 73.
LIVERPOOL, May 13-t-Noon.-Cot?
ton quiet, with sales of 10,000 bales
uplands ll !?'d. ; Orleans Brcad
stuil's quiet. Provisions generally
LONDON, Mav 13-Evening.-'Con?
sols 92. Bonds 72V
LIVERPOOL, May 13-Evening.*--.
Cotton market improved during tho
day-middling uplands .ll';,d. ; Or?
leans ll%d. ; sales 15,000 bales.
NEW YORK, May 13-Noon.-Flour
gJOc. better. Wheat l@2o. better.
Corn l("/2c. lower. New moss pork
$23.25. Lard qniot. Cotton quiet,
?without decided change. Stocks
?ictive, but no change. Gold 35^.
Money 5(? G.
7 . P. M.-Stocks somewhat im?
proved. Money 5(V/G. Gold 35j??.
Cotton easier, with sales of 1,800
bales, at 27'.j(7/28. Flour firmer, nt
?11.50(7/; 15.40. Corn henv^; mixed
Western 81.27(^1.30. Mess pork
$23.25. Lard heavy, at 12 ??(o'13*?.
Sugar heavy. Coffee firm aud'in
MOBILE, May 13.-Sales of cotton
450 bales; middlings 24.
SAVANNAH, May 13.-Cotton dull
and irregular; middlings 21 'J.
BALTIMORE, May 13.-Cotton quiet,
but firmer; middling Orleans 27'...
Sugnr 'quiet. Flour dull and un
i changed. . Corn steady ; good to
prime white $1.170/ L20: Lard 18'.,.
Mess pork $23.75. Provisions steady.
AUGUSTA, May 13.-Thc cotton
market opened firm, but closed
j easier, with sales of 225 bales; mid
I dliugs 25.
CHARLESTON, May 13.-Cotton
3niel* with sales of 80 bales; mid
lihgs 2?%(S?Q. ' .
?. NEW ORLEANS, May 13.-Sidos of
cotton 3,500 bales; lc-w middlings 25
?20. Gold 35??. H teri in jar 4G(? 481 ._..
Black River, Wisconsin, is com?
pletely jammed with logs for fifteen
miles. It is estimated that there
were not less than 225,000,000 in tho
river at tho opening of spring, of
which about 120,000,000- havealready
A man, with a very'klarge bald head,
was complimented on tho fact that
his caput was aualogous to Green?
land. "Why so?" ho asked. "Bo
cause it is a great whito bare (bear)
placo," was tho reply.
. An Australia paper records that in
eight years tho progeny of fourteen
rabbits was 14,253, a notablo example
of tho way in whioh that animal in?
creases and multiplies ou a favorablo
Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett is now in
Washington for the purpose of exa?
mining tho public archives, for in?
formation to be used in a history of
the late civil wnr. .
It is said that tho fortune made by
Spaulding, of "prepared glue" fame,
did not stick by him, and he is now
in needy circumstances.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
BY FISHER rfi LOWE Alf OE.
APPLES-Per bushel.$1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 30
Dundoo " . 33
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb.. 1G@20
BACON-Hams, per lb.18@20
Sides " .15@1C
Shoulders, ". 14
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Couutrv, " . 30
BRICKS-Per 1.000. 12 00
COTTON YARN-Por bunch..2 2?@2 50
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 23
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, ". 25
Tallow, . " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.26@30
Laguavra, " . 40
Java, " .45@50
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lb... 25
Skimmed, .? ... 20
CORN-Per bushel. 1 75@1 80
FLOUR-Super., por bbl.12 00
HAY-Nortucrn, per cwt. 3 25
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. IT
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LARD-Per lb.,. 18
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingle?, per 1,000.
LIME-rcr bbl.'.. 2 75
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.G0@7C
New Orleans, " 1 10@1 25
Sugar House. "_ 1 25
NAILS-Pur keg.7 50@8 OG
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 0C
OIL-Kerosene, por gallon.70@1 0C
Sperm. ". 3 5C
PEAS-Per bushel. 1 9C
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 21
Sweet, " . 1 2i
RICE-Carolina, per bushel.12J@14
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 33@1 31
Silver. 1 28@1 3?
SALT-Liverpool, per flack.2 75@3 0)
Table, " . 5 01
SO Ar-Per bar.11@1!
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb."... ll
Powdered, " . ll
Brown, " ..12J@1
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 6 0
Cognac Brandy, " . 9 0
Di racstic .* " -
Holland Gin, " . 8 0
American " " . 4 0
Jamaica Rum, " . GO
N. E. " . . " . 3 0
Bourbon Whiskey,. 8 0
Monongahela " . 5 0
. Rectified " . 2 C
STARCH-Per lb. 1
TEA-Green, per lb.1 50@2 5
Black, " .1 5002 C
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb.30 @ 1(
Smoking, " .50 (<? '
YINEGAR-Wine, per gallon.
Cider, " '. '
French, " . ll
WINE-Champagne, per baskct.25@35 I
Port, per gallon.... 4 1
Sherry, " .8 50@5 I
Madeira, " . 5
Beef, ? ,:" .-.12JO
Mutton, " . . 1
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. 3
Duck?, lt . 1
Chickens, ? " . 1.
Geese. .* ...... 1
THE undersigned has REMOVED
establishment to Mr. Kiuard's
stand, on Plain street, two doors belo\>
C. Shiver's, where he will bc pleased to
his friends and customers.' Hois prcpa
to furnish COOKING STOVES of tho ni
improved pattorns, and to attend prom]
to all work in his liun oirtriiBted to him
J. W. SMITH, Tiuuer and
May 15 G Sheet Iron Wnrke
rAA BUSHELS PRIME WE
Ov'v./ CORN just received and
salo LOW, bv fl. O'NEALE ic SO!
May l l_;_
NEWBERRY DISTRICT, S. (
MAY 0, 18G7.
To Hon. Ellison S. Krill.
DEAR Sin: Having aeon your dil
gnished name in tho Newberry Herald,
copied in otlier paper*, as a candidate
Congress from tho Third Congress]
District, South Carolina, and also ha
seen your acceptance- of the same, wo
tho liberty of asking you to givo
views on tho present political status o
affairs of Government, md hope yon
fully and fairly discuss tho subject. A'
ing an answer, w*; haye tho honor ti
"MANY OF YOUR CONSTITUENT
May H_. -.._
STEAM FLOOR Mn
WHICH 1 have built in Colombia,
tho Asylnm, is furnished wit!
best machiner} used in that lino; and
oxnt-rienc? iii tin- business, farir.ors
others having WHEAT TO GRIND
lind it much lo their interest to ha
around at this null.
Do not wash your wheat, but bri
perfectly dry; and all V ho have their *
ground for' market, cun be supplied
100-lb. hau? iii &*> oonta nach. Cori
changed tor wheat at fair rates.
M iv 14 ?lm ' JAME8 HUNT!
At risk of former purchaser.
1WILL resell, before, tho Court House
in Columbia, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in Juno noxt, within tho legal hours, thc
HOUSE and LOT known as tho residence
of W. R. Borgholz: boundod South by
Daniel Crawford, West by estate of Chai.
O'Noale, deceased, North by Upper strcot,
aud East by Assembly street.
The above described property will bc
sold at tho risk of Peter Ambs, tho former
purchaser-ho having faded to comply
with terms of former salo.
May 14 J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
ALL persons that have made their re?
turns aro requested to cali and Bettie
their TAXES by the first day of Juno on
suing. All that have failed to raako re?
turns, will lay themselves liable to bo don
blo-taxed, if thoir returns aro not made
and tho tax paid thereon by the first day
of June, aa longer indulgence cannot bo
extended bv the Colloctor.
THOS. H. WADE,
May 14 3_T. C. R.J)., 8. C.
To Gentlemen Going to the Country.
AGENTLEMAN who wUl bo compelled
to spend tho summer in Columbia,
wishes to meet a party proposing to close
thoir town houso for tho summer months,
who would prefer to leavo thoir houso in
chargo of a responsible gcntloman rather
than closo it up or loavo it in care of ser?
vants. Family consists of gentleman,
wife, infant and nuree. Satisfactory refer?
ence given. Address "W.," Phcrnixx>f?c(i.
^TpIlE ladies of Trinity Church propose
I having a SOIREE, to raise funda for
enclosing tho Church-vard. Thoro will be
?, REFRESHMENT TABLE each ovening.
A CONCERT by the best amateur musi?
cians of Columbia. TABLEAUX aro also
Promised. Contributions aro solicited,
hero will bo no raffling or undue solicita?
tion to mako purchases. *
Tho Soiree ?B to bo at Jannoy's Hall, be?
ginning on THIS EVENING, May 14.
Contributions will bc received by a com?
mittee of ladies, at tho Hall, on Tuesday
and Wednesday, tho 14th and 15th, be?
tween tho hours of 12 and ll p. m.
Tableaux for Tuesday Evening.
1st Scene-From Hamlet.
2d Scene-Magic Mirror.
3d Scene-Mary, QiTocn of Scota.
5th Scene-Gulnare Prison. .
Gth Scono-Death of Medora.
7th Scene-?Music Lesson.
8th Scene-Turkish Shops.
Tickets can be had at P. B. Glass', T. W.
Radcliffe's and Fisher A Heiniteh's. m
0_Tickota of admission 25 cents.
Doors open at 7$ p. m. May 14
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of each season, we
now oller our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS. "
R. & W. ?. SWAFFIELD,
N. B.-We are daily mak?
ing additions io our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE: May ?4
BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
Bids. Sound Super "
Old Government and Green Java Coffee,
Laguayra and Rio Coffee-prime,
Crushed, Powdered, A and C Sugars, ' .
Choico Butter, Pure Lard,
) Choico Irish Potatoes,
Real Cider Vinegar,
1 Milk, Butter ano Sugar Crackers-fresh.
Fino Sugar-cured Hams, at 18 cents, .
With, mauy oilier staple and shelf goods,.
1 which oro offered al lowest rates by
I May 12 C. II. BALDWIN A CO.
THE following Gooda aro offered for sale
WITHOUT REG ARD TO COST:
BLACK SILK SACQUES, coat $12 and
flt, will bo sold at $? and $10.
BLACK LACE COVERINGS.
ZEPHYR SHAWLS, $1.50.
BEHAGE COVERINGS, $5.
HOOP SKIRTS, G5c. to $2.50.
WOOL and STRAW HATS.
LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS.
GAUZE UNDER-SHIRTS, 75c. to $1.50.
.GENTS OVER-SHIRTS, Ac.
C. P. JACKSON.
ALL persons indebted to tho catato of
GEORGE BOGGLE, late of thc Dis?
trict of Richland, Stato of South Carolina,
are requested to call at onco and make pay?
ment; and all persotiH having claims
against said estate will present them pro?
pel Iv attested. WM. PRICE, Adm r.
,. THAT commodious and eomfort
AfAablo RESIDENCE and LOT, io the
JuiLcitv of Columbia, known as tho Ran?
dolph house. Has six largo rooms, base?
ment, kitchen, Ac. Terms verv easy. For
particulars, apply to D. li. DB&AUSSURE,
Esq., Columbia, or to the subscriber.
May 3 thniG WM. DOUGLASS.