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AUGUSTA, May 29.-Six oitizeuB o?
Hamburg, South Carolina, were ar?
rested yesterday, for ref using?to allow
the freedmen to hold a political meet-:
in g iu Union Church, in that town.
They are to be tried before ?flifc?
commission at Aiken, to-day, by or?
der of Gen. Canby.
Mayor Watkins, of Columbus, and
all the Aldermen, have been removed
fotai office by Gen. Meade. Captain
M?la, United States army, appoint^
Mayor. ? <
The grain crops, North of Atlanta,
are very fine J but in middle and
South-west Georgia, the rust has
mads its appearance.
AUGUSTA, May 29.-The Centra]
Executive Democratic Committee
calls a convention? in Atlanta, on the
22d Joly, to consult on matters ol'
general interest, and, if nbeohsary,
to nominate an electoral ticket for
President and Vice-President.
WAH HIN OTOH. l\>?y fro ?-L?te yes?
terday, the House passed a resolu?
tion establishing a prison in the
Capitol, and plaoing Woolley there;
he is to be excluded from written or
verbal communication, except by
order of the House.
Schofield's nomination is con?
firmed. The confirmation was. pre?
ambled with the reaffirmation of the
unconstitutionality of Stanton's re?
Internal revenue receipts to-day
The diversity of opinion on the
admission of Arkansas is becoming
more marked, and the probabilities
of her admission over a veto is de?
creasing. No Republicans object to
the Constitution itself, and the points
of difficulty apply to all the Southern
lu the House, a resolution adding
three Democrats to the Corruption
Committee was lost-53 to 65. The
resolution committing Woolley to
solitary confinement was discussed
very bitterly, and a resolution was
offered to reconsider. Fending the
discussion, the whole matter was
tabled. The House then resumed
the Indian appropriation bill, whioh
was discussed until the hour of ad?
In the Senate, the citizens of
Georgia presented a memorial against
the removal of the State Capitol; re?
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
The President of the South Carolina
Convention presented a petition,,
asking authority to call the Legisla?
ture of that State together; referred
to the Judiciary Committee. The
admission of Arkansas was resumed.
Edmunds moved to re-commit the
bill, with instructions to Judiciary
Committee to report by bul, plaoing
that State under the newly eleoted
officers, and continuing it under
military authority, with provisoin
for its admission when the fourteenth
article becomes a part of the Consti?
tution. Edmonds said that as soon
as a State was admitted, Congres?
sional power would cease, and the
State Government would have no?
thing to lean upon, except the shoul?
ders of the President. Conkling
spoke against the conditions. After
executive session, adjourned.
The ataircase of.Niagara Falls, de?
scending to the path leading under
Table Rock, tumbled down a few
days ago. A number of' persons had
passed up and down the day previous.
FINANCIAL AN? COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, May 29-Noon.-Cot
tou quiet and steady, at 31. Freights
firm. Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheal
lo. lower. Corn lower. Lard heavy,
at 17@17^. Money 405. Exchange
10>?. Gold 39%.
7 P. M.-Cotton loss aotive; sales
950 bales, at 31. Flour-State 8.00
@10; Southern 9.65@U.75. Wheat
quiet. Corn irregular. Mess pork
28J?. Gold 89%.
BALTIMORE, May 29.-The Presby?
terian Assembly named July 30th, os
a day of fasting,' humiliation and
prayer. Adjourned to meet in Mo?
bile, on the 3d Monday in May next.
CHARLESTON, May 29.-More doing
in cotton; sales 157 bales-middling
29@29>?; receipts 27.
SAVANNAH, May 29.-Fair inquiry
for cotton, but holders too high
middling held at 30>?@31; sales,
mostly low grades, 270 bales.
AUGUSTA, May 29.-Cotton market
dull, but firm; sales 50 bales; receipts
MoBmfe, May 29.-Nothing doing
in cotton-middling nominally 28*.< ;
receipts 21 bales ; sales of the week
750 ; receipts 220.
NEW ORLEANS, May 29.-Cotton
qaiet-middling 28 ; sales 600 bales ;
receipts 195 ; sales of the week 5,850;
receipts 1,280. Gold 39%. Sugar
and molasses quiet and unchanged.
Flour dull-superfine firstname.lastname@example.org ;
choice unchanged. Corn easier at
1.07^(^1.10. Oats firmer, at. RT?
Mess pork dull, at 29.50. Baoon
quiet-shoulders 18><? ; clear 17}?@
17%. Lard quiet-tierce 19}/, ; keg
LONDON, May 29-3 p. m.-Con?
LIVERPOOL, May 29-3 p. m.-Cot?
ton firm and steady; sales of tho week
37,000 bales; exports 6,000; specula?
tion 4,000; stook 620,000, of which
363,000 are American. Uplands afloat
11>?; stook afloat 512,000, whereof
90,000 are American. Bombay ship?
ments to the 23d, 50,000 bales.
Affair* tn Columbia.
A correspondent of ?he Charleston
Neu>$ writes as fo?flTfS :
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 26.-Affairs
ia this locality, especially those of a
political nature, begin to be of inte?
The recent D?mocratie Oonven
tioa, so-called, which assembled hore,
has.borne fruit. Whether it ia of
the Dead Sea order or not, remains
to be, tested. Upon the republican
platform, to the extent of conceding
qualified suffrage to the colored maa,
clubs have been organized in many
localities in every one of the twenty
four Districts represented in that
Convention, and the work still goes
on. A very considerable number of
the respectable colored men of Co?
lombia havelikewise formed ? Demo?
cratic club, and similar organizations
exist in other localities. The mem?
bers know each other by a peculiar
sign and pass-word, and it is designed
to give each one on joining, a hand?
some certificate, stating the foot, and
recommending bim to the considera?
tion of the community.
The Executive Democratic Central
Committee are working like beavers.
Colonel Thomas has editorial charge
of the local paper, and stirs the po
litical fire incessantly and well.
Facta, statistics and opinions ar?
gathered and forwarded to Washing
ton, to strengthen, if possible, thc
protest made in person by the oom
mittea daring their lato visit to tin
capital. It cannot be said that ma
terial benefit has accrued to ourselve
aa the result of this visit, bat th?
gentlemen composing the committei
are satisfied that they have done tin
public special service, in laying on
cause before so august a tribunal a
Thaddeus Stevens and his reconstruc
tion cabal, and in directing the atteu
tiou of the press of the North to ou
General Wade Hampton will un
doubtedly be selected as one of th
delegates to attend the National De
mocratio Convention, whioh assen
bles in New York on the 4th of Jnbj
I am unable to mention with certoii
ty the name of any other person. Th
representation of South Carolina i
that Convention by gentlemen of to
great an eminence-especially
greatness attained by their heart
identification with our cause dnrin
the war-however much it may satisl
ourselves, will, it is feared, do mot
harm than good,
A distinguished New Yorker, wi
was in this city but two or three da;
ago, and who is likewise a delega
to the National Convention, exprea
ed the hope that those comparative
unknown at the North would be se
thither, in preference to the famo
men whom we delight to honor, b
who on that occasion would bocon
the target of vituperation, and. I
taking on active part in deliberador
actually become a thorn in the si'
of the Democratic party. There a
many who believe we shonld refra
from seeking any alliance of the so:
until the platform has been fram
by the North and West.
Local affairs are interesting outsi
of the city only as they indicate t
sentiments of tho Republicans. T
Democratic candidate for Mayor
Colonel J. P. Thomas. The "V
Populi" have nominated Major Jo
Alexander, "a bonnie Scotch mai
and a most estimable citizen. It
believed that, notwithstanding hiss
vices for the Confederacy during t
war, a t-.ajority of the Republic*
will sustain him. In like manner, t
Republicans will sustain Major D.
Miller, the presont efficient Clerk
the Court. The tyranny of put
opinion hounds him because he 1
allowed his name to be used by "
niggers" as a candidate. Yet Ma
Miller carried the first company fr
Columbia into active service, and i
cripple for life from wounds reoeiv
His record on the Southern sid?
the house is as good as that of mi
of his fellows; whilo on tho Repu
can side, it seems to have been
misfortune to havo acted in s<
I good faith towards tho colored \
pie, as to secure their respect i
Dr. Neagle, tho Comptroller, (
doze, the Secretary of State, E.
K. Jillsou, the Superintendent
Education, DeLarge, the Sena
and others, officers elect, have gat!
ed hero, and are making arrai
menta to pitch their tents.
T. J. Robertson is said to k
"open house," and is the kindest
"perlitest" man in the whole cc
try to every individual that ow
vote likely to be cast for him i
candidate for United Statos Sent
He is as keen as a briar, and boa
friends at work all over the SI
wining, dining, &o., thu new n
hers. The general impression
is that Sawyer will be his worst a
gonist, but that if Robertson is e
ed, Rutland, of Fairfield, a candi
of about 250 pounds avoirdu]
Trill, in hi? dioappuiuluieut, trip
np and roll on him. The conte
a very active one. Lieutenant-C
nel Willard is declared to be a ct
didate for tho Superior Court,
Moses will undoubtedly bo an
the supremes. The Speaker of
House will probably be F. J. M
Jr., the Inspector-General.
The Senate will, of course
presided over by Lieutenani
vernor Lemuel Boozer. There
suspicion that D. H. Ckambei
th? Attorney-General, will opec
litigation some of the many eas
contract based on Confederate cur?
rency, and so cree to a financial
roTolution; bat mach will depend on
the oharaoter of the BUrrorrodings.
In short? the devil ia to. par* and
there ia avery large cauldron of p'ftoh
h?VbQ Legislature will not be eon
vened by General Canbr. rxnfil wan
days alter the signing of the ratifica?
tion bill by President'Johnson, or
its passage ojrer bis veto by the
LMMIOKANTS AT NEWBIBBY.-The
first batch of any considerable num?
ber of German immigrants, (says the
Newberry Herald, of the 27th. inst.,)
i arrived here on Wednesday last,
nnder the |care of the Rev. T. 8.
! Boineet, the energetic persevering
and working President of oar Immi?
gration Society-about twenty-two
i In nnmber, stoat, rosy-cheeked, in?
telligent-looking . men, women and
children. Their arrival was an occa?
sion of great interest to the commu?
nity, and, ?'ueu viewed as the fore?
runner of a large and continued
influx, we cannot bat reel gratified at
the prospect before ns-an increase
of white population, greater prospe?
rity, enhanced value of property and
more abundant products.
Under the title of tho "Steam
Bird," Mr. J. H. Symthies, of Pad?
dington, England, barrister at law,
proposes to introduce a "flying steam
engine," fitted with wings, flapped
by the action of steam. Liquid fuel
is to be used, and seats are attached
for one or two passengers.
COLUMBIA AI ARK. KT.
Report for Week ending Friday, May 29.
FBCBKIX OFFICE, COU:MU?A, S. G., MATJ30.
There has been very little doing in cotton
during the past week, the sales only reach?
ing 42 bales, as follows: 2 at 28; 15 at 27;
12 at 261; 10 at 25; 3 at 23.
All other articles of country produce aro
in good demand, with a farr supply in the
The following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Not'??, ia prepared by Gregg,
Palmer & Co., Brokera:
Bank of Camden.20
Bank of Charleston.19
Bank o? Cheater.6
Bank of Georgetown.5
Bank of Newberry.30
Bank of South C..ulina. 8
Back of State of South Carolina, [old,].. 6 |
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 10
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchange Bank. 8
Planters' Bank.,. 4
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
Union Bank.70 [
South-WeBtorn ltailroad Bank, [old,J_23
Planters and Mechanics.16
U liolihiile ??rices Carrent.
CORnKOTED WKEEI.Y BT
THF COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES -Ter bushel.1 25 ?1 59
BAGGING-Gunny, per vard.. @ '25
Dundee " ? 30
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 2? ?
N.Y.or Weat. " 15? 16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 60 ? 70
Country, " .. 35 ? 40
BACON-Ham?, per lb. @ 25
Sides " . 19 ? 20
Shoulders, " . 17 @ 18
BRICKS-Per 1,000 . 9 00@12 00
CANDLES-Sporm,per lb ... 87? 45
Adamantine, " .. 22 @ 23
Tallow, " .. 18 @ 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 70 ?1 90
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lh 29 @ 80
Middling, " 28J? 29
Low Middling, " 27 ?
Good Ordinarv, " 26 ?
Ordinary, " 25 @
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lbl9 ? 20
factory, " 19 @ 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 23 ? 27
Laguayra, M. 28 @ 30
Java. " . 40 ? 45
FLOUR-Country, per bbl.. .14 00@14 50
GRAIN-Corn, per bosh.1 80@1 40
Wheat, " .1 65@2 00
Oats, " .90 ?1 10
Peas, " .1 30?1 40
HAY-Nortnern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12J? 18
Oreen. ". 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00?1 25
LARD-Per lb.20.? 23
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, '* 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.....2 70@2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, por gallon. 53@G0
New Orleans, " 1 00@1 25
Sugar House. " .. .75?! 25
NAILS-Per keg.6 50?8 00
ONIONS-Per bushol. . @2 00
OIL-Keroeone, por gallon. 55? ;?0
Machinery " _ 75?1 00
POTATOES-Irish, per buahel.l 75?2 00
Sweot. " . 75? 80
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? ll
East India. " .
Silver.1 30?1 35
SHOT, per bag. ?3 50
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 50?
SOAP-Per BJ. 9 ? 12
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon 0 00
Brandy. " .4 00? 12 00
Holland Gin, " ...5 00?7 00
American " " ...3 5fi@l 00
Jamaica Rum, " .. .6 00?7 00
N. E. .? *' .. .8 60?8 75
Bourbon Whiskey,.. 8 60?4 50
Monongahola " . .3 75?4 00
Rectinod " .. .2 50@2 75
SUGAR -Crushed, per lb.19 ? 20
Powdered, " .19 @ 20
Brown, " .12*? 17J
STARCH-Per lb.10<a Vii
?LA-ureen, per lb.1 00?2 00
Black, " ....1 00?1 50
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb.... 50?1 25
Smoking, " . 50?100
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... .70? 75
Cidor, n ....50? CO
French, " .1 25? 1 50
WINE -Champagne, per baoket.25?82 00
Port, per gallon.3 00?5 00
Sherry, " .3 50?6 00
Madehja, .? .8 50?6 00
MEATS-Pork, ?or lb. 15
Beef, .?.8 @12
Mutton, ** . 12?i
POULTRY-Turkoys, per pair.
Ducks, ,r .
Chickens, " .30@35
Geese. . " .
:TION OF '"681"
The Days of Roman Chivalry Eclipsed!!
LIONS CONQUERED BY A WOMAN!
Royal Bengal Tigers Subdued ! !
The Monsters Loose in the Streets of Columbia, FRI?
DAY and SATURDAY, June 12 and 13.
COL. O. Tm ^LlVCDESS'
MENAGERIE AND CIRCUS!
AND TROPICAL AVIARY ! !
ATRIPLE CONFEDERATION, almost illimitable in ?tn resources, and moro
gorgeous and elegantly equipped tbau any kindred exhibition extant. Tho corpa
THIH.TY-S IC VF". IV ACCOMPLISHED ARTISTES! '
Male and Female representatives of the more elegant, graceful and pleasing Olympic
Sports, including Equestrianism. Gymnastics, Pantomimic-}, Acrobatics, Acoristatics
and Athletics. Among the most distinguished of thu troupe aro
MLLE E. ZO YOREA,
VICTORIA DE LEE,
MR. THOMAS WATSON,
MR. W. NAYLOR,
MR. LEWIS CARR,
MR. HORACESMITn, .
MR. E. WINNE,
MR. E. GOODING,
MR. E. BANKER.
MAS I E lt FRANK,
And the Two Intensely Humorous Clowns,
BOB SMITH and JOHNNY LA WTON.
A BAND OF MUSICIANS,
That acknowledge no superiors in the rendition o;' true harmony.
S:igacioue Doge, etc.
IN THE WORLD,
The Beautiful and Fairy-Like
SIGNORITA ELLA EUGENIE,
And tho distinguished Natnndi.it .nul accoiupliahcd Tigor-Slajcr,
HERR ELIJAH LENGEL,
Accompany this Colossal Combinaran, and at each exhibition dis?
play their miraculous power and indomitable courage, hy entering tho
dens of tho
Tigers, Lions, Fanthers and Leopards!
The Zoological Department
Is of immense magnitude, and embraces
HUNDREDS OF WILD BEASTS,
O? almost every species and geographical rang", from tho Elephant
of the burning Desert of Africa to tho Wi ito Bear of the Arctic Seas,
or the Bison of our own Western Wilde. To this is added
AN UNUSUALLY LARGE AVIARY !
Of most beautiful and brilliant hil da and Fowla.
MONKEYS, APES AND BABOON'S,
In counties* numbera and every tribe.
S3- For List of Anim ?la and goner*! p ?rtieulara, soe Pictorial PosterB, Descriptive
Billa, Bulletius, Ac.
On tho morning of the day of exhibition will be unusually gorgeous and grand. In
it will bo borne two Triomphal Cars. On tho top of one will be
Eugenie Surrounded by Lions ! !
On the other, eoatod aide by ai.le,
Lengel and a Royal Tiger ! !
Tho only one of his species that over permitted himself lo yield to the will o * man.
BEAR IT IN YOUR MIND,
That this is strictly a Southern enterprise, and tbs Proprietor and Manager? pledge
themselves that the disreputable, or at least questionable, style of advortieing attrac?
tions they do not present, ahull in no instance be resorted to by them, but tba? every
promise made to the pabilo shall be kept to tho letter. May 80 12
j3k. notion Sales
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Medical und Literary Work?, dbe.
?Y M. W. BYTHEWOOD. '
THIS (Saturday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
I will Bell, at my auction room;
A flatly assorted LIBRARY, consisting
in part, rix: Works on Obstetrics, Mid?
wifery, Wemen and their Childreu, unman
Physiology, Cyolopa>diao, Practical Medi?
cino aaa Surgery, Watson's, Wood's and
Dickson's Practica, Eruptivo Fevers, Drop?
sies, Gout; Thoracic and Abdominal yi
Bora; Lawrence and Littell on Eye; Bank?
ing'? Abstracta; Byron, Shakspearo, Wash?
ington-Commentaries; Greek and French
Works, and many others. Theae works
are well kept and finely bound.
Feather Beda, Mattresses,' Cooking
: Stove, and very many other articles Worthy
Terms ceab. on delivery. May 30
Horse Power for Sale, s
THE undersigned willunTsr. for rale, on
MONDAY, June 8, at W. T, Walter's
auction room, to secure freight and ex?
penses qn same, one of P?lton'B superior
HORSE roWEHS. Terms cash.
B. H. WALTON
Oenoral Agent G. <& C. R. B.
May 18 _ t
Colombia Typographical Union,
nnHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
JL of this Union wiU be held THIS i8a
turday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Pu nc tu (il
attendance is requested. By order of tho
President. JAMES T. WELLS,
May 30 _ , Secretary.
IAM ready to OUT WHEAT for any ono
that may apply. The machine can be
seen in operation THIS DAY, at my Farm,
in Cotton Town, where all necessary in?
formation can be furnished.
May 30 1?_J. M. CRAWFORD.
Independent Fire Engine Company.
THE members of thia Oom
/\fc pany will appeor at the Engine
^BHOKHOUBO, THIS AFTERNOON, at
o'clock precisely, foi* exercise.
By order of the Pr?sidez.?.
May 30_G. T. BERG, Socretary,
THE Stockholders of the Broad River
Bridge will meet on SATURDAY, the
6th of June next, at Boarden & Copeland's,
in Columbia, for the purpose of taking
into consideration the importance' of re?
building the bridge.
JOHN H. COUNTS,
May 80_President Company.
STATE BONDS, STATE STOCK.
STATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA BONDS,
(old or new.)
State of South Carolina Stock,
Greenville and Conimbia Railroad
Bonds, (first mortgage,)
Charleston Gas Company Block,
South Carolina Railroad Stock,
Bank Bills of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE paid for the
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Banker and Broker, 8 Broad street,
May 30 1_Charleston, 8. C.
PEABODY SCHOOL FUND.
THE Committee appoinUd by tho Ci ty
Council to receive and disburse ibo
Peabody Education Fund for Columbia
having fully organized, announce that
they are prepared to receive applications
from those who deairo to be EMPLOYED
as TEACHERS by tho Committee. AU
applications muat be made in writing, to
the Chairman, accompanied with one or
Tho following rules are to be observed:
The teachers are to find their own pu?
pila, from those white children whoeo
parents or guardians are not able to edu?
cate thom, and for whom no other provi?
sion is made.
No teacher to undertake to teach: more .
than thirty pupila without assiatanco.
Each teacher is to keep a strict account
of tho (attendance of pupils, carefully not?
ing progress, conduct, etc, and make a
monthly report, including numbera, to the
Committee-a month to consist of twenty
Teachers to bo paid monthly, at rates
ranging from ono to two dollars per pupil
AU the schools patronized by this Com?
mittee to be open to a monthly visit from
a member of the same, or suca persons aa
they may approve. WM. MARTIN,
Chairman Committee Peabody Fund.
THE front part of our
Store having been damaged
by the recent storm, we will
be compelled to sell off our
Stock of CLOTHING, CAS
SIMERES, HATS, &c, at or
nearly COST, for want of
New styles of Boys' Straw
HATS just received.
B. & W. C. SWAPPIELD,
MILL FOR SALE.
ONE of the beat constructed PORTA?
BLE BURR STONE MILLS, about
1.200 lbs. weight-suitable tor wheat or
?oro, and will grind from fifteen to twenty
>uahols of oom por hour. Apply to
May 5 ff roo_Columbia, 8. C.
SIX HEAD of good MULES
wanted. Parties desiring to sell
will db well to call on me beforo
ailing. OEO. A. HALL.