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TUB OHOLEBA-RIOT IN ROME-PRESERVA?
TION OP THE PEACE IN EUROPE-THIERS'
TERM-DISTURBANCES AT STRASBURG -
GARIBALDI RECOVERED, AC., AC.
PAms, August 29.-Leroy, Minister of
Publio Works, bas reaigueu.
Since tho annexation of Strasburg,
2,600 inhabitants have left for France
BBKOIN, August 29.-329 oholora deatliB
ia Konigaburg during tho week ouding
the 25th, including 127 children. No
deaths at Dantzig during the hist tiro
LONDON, August 30.-Six persous wero
lost by the wreck of the Bondioar, from
CronBtadt for an English port.
There wac a riilw^y collision at Bol?
ton, by which B?X were injured.
Duke D'Aumale ban nguiu declined the
candidature for tho Presidency of the
Victor Emanuel appoints Count Sola
phis arbitrator nt Geneva, under the
There WOB a violeut demonstration ir
tho streets of Rome, by a drunker
crowd, led by Toguetti, a brother ol
Toguetti, who headed thom and rushet
through the streets, shouting against th?
priests. The soldiers dispersed them,
Several shots were exchanged and on?
killed and many wonuded.
VIENNA, August 30.-The Press saya i
league for the preservation of the penci
of Europe- has been formed at Gnsteiu
and that Austria, Germany and Italy
and perhaps Prussia, aro its adherents.
LONDON, August 30.-New York cit;
loans aro still excluded from quotutioi
Fresh disturbances have occurred be
tween the people of Strasburg and th
Gurman troops. Several on both side
Cholera has appeared at Hamburg
Sixteen deaths reported at Attmu th
past week. Tho cholera continues t
ravage Konigsburg. Oa the 27th, thei
were UK) new cases and 29 deaths; o
the 28th, 80 now oases and 50 deaths.
PARIS, August 30.-The members <
tho Government have ag rood upon a bi
for prolonging Thiers' power, whic
slightly modifies the committee's bil
It will receive the unanimous support <
the Left. It is stated that Gambett
witbdraws his proposition for a dissob
tion of the Assembly.
Garibaldi has recovered, and repoi
only is necessary for his completo rest?
ration to health.
American 1 iil?IUcien?je.
DEFAULTING MAIL aONTBAOTORS-MARK
DISASTERS -THE CENSUS STATISTICS
CHARLESTON VESSELS DETAINED-ABO
TIONISTS IN TROUBLE-THE TRUNK MX
TERY UNRAVELING-PENDLETON Al
THURMAN ON THE STAND-DEATH OF ;
INDIAN CHIEF-INSTRUCTIONS TO CLAI;
ANTS-STEAM BRAKE FOR RAILROi
TRAINS -VIRGINIA CONSERVATIVE CO
VENTION-YELLOW FEVER DEATHS
DISGRACEFUL SCENES IN NEW ORLEANS
THE GEORGIA ROAD SWINDLES, AC, AO,
"WASHINGTON, August 29.-The Poi
master-General advertises the followi
routes in which contractors havo dofau
ed; Alabama, eighty-one routes; Text
forty-six; Arkansas, fifty; Louisiot
twelve, ond several in virginia, Wi
Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, F
ridaand Mississippi, from January, 18'
to June, 1875. Bidders are required
forward a certified check with the bid
five per cent, of the bid on all amoui
over $5,000. Certificates of postumst
will be required in thirty-nine of 1
more important routes, to insure ci
sideration. Postmasters disregardi
the instructions of the Department,
gar?iug certifiantes, will be subject
NEW YORK, August 29.-The stearj
Wilmington, from Galveston, piel
up, on the 26th, a boat contain
Francis M?nte, first mate, Minard S
mons, second mato, aud Lewis Sci
der, seaman, belonging to the b
Linda, of Philadelphia, from Now Yt
bound to Now Orleans, which fount
cd in a hurricane on the 25th, in 1
tude 25.31, longitude 79.42. A I
containing Capt. Smith, tho steward i
four seamen left the burk, and wiu
company with the boat containing
matu until tho night of tho 25th, w
they got separated. Both boats v,
to steer North-west for the Floi
coast. After taking on board tho ms
the boat and tho crew of tho Wilm
ton searched in di li?rent directions
the boat containing Capt. Smith
crow. The sumo day, iu latitude 28
longitude 79.45, she spoke the brig '.
phine, with the loss of her main
mast and yards, and squaro sails bi
away from tho yards forward, in
hurricane of tho 25th; she was from
coast of Africa for New Orleans.
WASHINGTON, AuguBt 29.-Tho coi
o flic o furnishes the following statiBth
homicides for tho year ending in I
Alabama, 100; Arkansas, 76; Arizona
Colorado, 45; California, 47; COUD
cut, 6; Delaware, 4; Dakota, 4; Dis
of Columbia, 13; Florida, 44; Gool
116; Idaho, 2; Illinois, 56; Indiana,
Iowa, 24; Kansas, 42; Kentucky,
Louisiana, 128; Maine, 7; Maryland
Massachusetts, 22; Michigan, ll; ]
nesota, 5; Mississippi, 89; Missouri
Montana, 87; Nebraska, 9; Nevada
New Hampshire, 1; Now Mexico,
New Jersey, 5; Now York, 70; Nortl
rolina, 48; Ohio, 61; Oregon, 5; I
sylvania, 55; Rhode Island, 5; Soutl
roliua, 87; Tonnes3eo, 117; Texas,
Utah, 1; Vermont, nono; Virginia
West Virginia, 0; Wisconsin, 10; W
ing, 13. The above includes 160 1
NEW YORK, August 30.-A privat
spatoh received hy the Nautical 0(
of this morning, dated Fernandina,
Angust 29, is as follows: Captain '.
Patrhlge, of thc sicamor City of j
ton, is crazy; ho attempted to cc
suicide this mor hing. ] Thoa./S. Ellia,
agent of tho New York Board of Under?
writers, and a dnotor are watching him.
The steamer Tillier, of Mallory.'a line,
about which some anxiety was felt, left
Key vt Mdt this morning. Her freight is
NEW YORK, August 30.-The o team
ship Manhattan, from Charleston, has
been detained in the lower bay; her
paasnugors will be detained until Friday
Coroner Jones, of Brooklyn, took the
dying confession of Emile Auguttiue
Post, implicating Dr. Perry and Mrs.
Vanbuskirk, of abortion.
Rosouwig's house has been thorough?
ly searched. The only clue was cast-off
linee, found in the cellar. A servant
girl confesaod to previous abortions iu
the house. Tho District Attorney thinks
the evidence against Rusenwig over?
whelming. Tho lutes! theory is that the
girl was a native of Platz, Poland, aged
19, and that sho was a niece of Dr. Ro
seuwig, whom ho ruined. The corpse
was undoubtedly taken from Rosouwig's
ATOHISON, KANSAS, August 30.-Poa
tuh, the oldest chief of the Kickupoos,
was killed by a drunken half-breed on
COLDMUUS, Omo, August 30.-Pendle?
ton aud Thurman spoke to-day. Pendle?
ton, niter eulogizing Yallaudigham, re?
peated bis L&stland speech. Thurman
said the Democrats would interpose nc
objection to the thirteenth umeudineut,
but were as strongly opposed to the four?
teenth aud fifteenth amendments us over,
He deuounced reconstruction measure!
of Congress, claiming that all the renou
struction that was necessary when tin
rebellion surrendered, was for thu South
eru States to elect Congressmen and Rep
reseututives to Congress. Ho reviewet
tho constructed State Governments ii
detail, nnd said thu debts of those State
had been increased by negro and carpet
bag governments Sl90.000.0U0. Ho de
uounced the Ku Klux bill and thu treat;
I of Washington.
I NIGHT DESPATCHES.
CHARLESTON, August 30.-Tb reo ne\
cases of fever announced to-day. Re
turns for tho week ending Saturda;
show a total bf six yellow, fever death*
WASHINGTON, August 30.-The Stut
Department han issued two circulare
tuging claimants to prepare and presen
their claims at once. No papers ulrcud;
filed can bo withdrawn, but additioun
papers may be flied. Claimants min
prepare for themselves proof of claim*
Upon application, the State Departmeu
will furnish a copy df the treaty and iu
structions regarding tho mode of prt
Probabilities-Cleating und pleasai:
weather is probable for Thursday froi
Georgia to Lake Ontario aud . Weetwart
with brisk Westerly winds for a BIIOI
time from Lake Michigan to New Yort
pleasant weather in the Gulf mid Sout
Atlantio y tates, with local raius on til
coust at mid-day. Tho storm in Canad
will probably bring .strong Souther!
winds with rain to-night, from New Ju:
sey to Maine, and local storms of son:
severity from Virginia to Now York; tl
whole clearing away by Thursday ovei
iug, .excepting in Maine.
ST. LOUIS, August 30.-A now ?tea
brake Ima been tested on the Misson
and PaciGo Railroad.. A train of ca
going at the rate of forty-five miles i
hour, down a grade of forty feet to
mile, was stopped within 1,000 feet
BOSTON, . August 30.-Maj: George j
Browning, aged thirty-four years,
dead. Excitement, from tho disast
wherein his brother wns badly ha
caused his death. No additional dist
ter deaths reported.
RICHMOND, August 80.-The Coueer\
tive Convention wa? organized, wi
Thomas S. Babcock as President. Do
gates from the colored conservative cl
were admittod and applauded. A m o ti
to admit Gov. Walker to the privileges
the floor was opposed, on the ground tl
it was not desired to give the nppearut
of official influence to tho duliboratioi
Jubal Early refused to serve on tho bu
ness committee, because of not sym]
thizing with tho progressive report
tho majority. Tho Presidont made
speech counselling tho burial of di
ATLANTA, August 30.-Tho archives
the Stato Road, to-day, were tun
over to n committee of citizens. T
action was tho result of a series of prc
entions for the lust several days, dur
which the late auditor, treasurer, ge
ral ticket agent, master mechanic t
several merchants havo been held to 1
to uuswer for frauds ou tho treasu
The road is tho exclusivo property
tho State, and has been managed by
Republican party of Georgia.
HUDSON, N. Y., August 30.-A sov
breuk by rain caused three other bro
in the Delaware and Hudson Cai
which will delay transportation a we
LOUISVILLE, August 30.-Tho iou
floor of Whitney, Brown & Co.'s gr
warehouse foll to-day, killing two bin
and one white. The building was crus
to the collar. Two prominent lil
street merchants were blown into
street by tho concussion.
NEW YORK, August 30.-Emile Aug
tino Post ia dead. Tho polioo are a
Dr. Perry and Madamo Vaubuskirl
A youth, namo unknown, sent ii
Hoboken, with a check on the Uanc
Bank, for Sl.000, was killed. His h
was washed ashore.
Nsw ORLEANS, August 30.-Warmr
hus suspended Secretary of State C
E. Bovee, and appointed J. F. Her:
Boveo is charged with promulgating
a law that which ho know wus not
Boveo refused to obey tho suspens
when tho police moved him. W
Boveo was being ousted from his o
in Mechanics' Institute, a still moro
graceful ?-ceno was occurring nt tho
'hull. At the last meeting of tho c
eil, an ordinance was passed anthon
au extension of tho city works on
Holly plan, and authorizing tho i st
S2.??O,000 in bouds for that pun
Ab Ordinance,, waa . also introduced to
leosethe wntfer worts to the City Water
Works Company for twenty-five years,
add authorizing the parties to mortgage
the works for 82,000,000. While dis
oasiiug the license to lease the works,
Administrator DeLussize, colored, pro?
duced a certificate for 1,000 shares, of
$100 each, of stock issued to John Lock?
wood. Mr. DeLassize stated they had
been given to him to! Bcoure his vote for
Mayor Flanders stated that every mem?
ber of tho ooo noil hnd been approached.
He had'seen $190.000 worth of stock of?
fered to one of them.
Administrator Wulton staled that he
had been offered a sum which would
make him independent for life, to sup?
port tho measure. Tho impression pre?
vails thut the scheme- will eventually
pass tho counoil, and the aity will not
only bo fleeced out of its water works,
but out of ?2,000,000 additional.
'Tm not used to begging," said a lit?
tle girl to a lady of whom abo hud asked
airds, "'cause only two weeks ago my
father was a merchant." "Why, child,
how.could he bo reduced to poverty so
Boon?" "My father took a bad two dol?
lar bill nt his peanut stand, aud it ru?
ined him," sobbed tho child.
A Maryland paper improves upon tho
usual style of death notices, by record?
ing that nn infant was "born into tho
order of fallen nature December 30,
1869; into tho supernatural upbore of re?
deeming grace April 27, 1870, and iuto
tho kingdom of lifo everlasting July 8,
The chap who took the thread nf life
to sow the rent of a house, lins gone and
invented a putout point for cross-eyed
A New Orleans man, while sitting over
a charcoal fire frying some fish, was over?
come by the fumes, fell w?th bis face in
the pan, and was dead when found.
Brigham Yoiiug's thirty-seventh wife'
is ill; and his forty-ninth ia ou a visit to
Au omnibus lino has been started in
Bethlehem of Judea.
FINANCIAL AND CO M Al Kite; IA I..
LONDON. August 30-Noou.-Consols
93>?. Bonds dull, at 92%. Weather
favorable for crops.
FRANKFORT, August 30.-Bonds 95%.
PARIS. August 30.-Routes 56f. 5c. '
LIVERPOOL, August 80-3 P. M.-Cot
tou opened a shade firmer-uplands 9J?;?
Orleans 9 -but afterwards became
buoyant. At this hour it is stroug-up?
lands 9^<&9j)f;; OrleauB 9J?(7jr)9%.
LONDON, August 30-Evouiug.-Con?
sols 93%. Bonds firm, at 93.
LIVERPOOL,, August , 30-Evening.
Cotton easier-uplands 9^4(^9 a?; Or?
NEW YORK, August 30-Noon.-Flour I
sud coin dull and declining. Wheat |
quint and -unchanged. Pork unchanged
-13.62(3118;80. Colton quiet-middling I
uplands Orleans 19%; sales 600
bales. . Freights firm. Stocks steady
aud higher. Governments dull aud
steady. State bunds strong. Moucy
2j? Gold 12%. Eschango-long 9j";
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and heavy, aud
prices nominal; Bales 1,133 bales-up?
lands 19R?; : Orleans 19%. Flour dull
and lower-f-ooinmon to fair extra 5.75(r7)
0.75; good. tb choice 6.80(3*9.00. Whis?
key quiet, at 93,1?J. Wheat closed dull
and ;i@2o. lower-winter red Western
1,email@example.com. M Corn closed heavy aud,
easier, at <J6>.<@67>.<. Pork 13.62@
13.75. Lard dull-kettle 9%. Freights'
firmer. Money easy, at 2(fi>3. Sterling |
demoralized-8J^ o? the streot; 9(<?)9JB
over tho couuters. Gold 12;su($12%.
Governments dull but steady. States}
dull but steady-Teniidssees 75; new
75Virginias 63j;?; uew 70. Louisi?
anas 65; new 60; levees 69; 8s Ala?
bamas 100; 5s 63. Georgias 83.t.,'(3>90???j
North Carolinas 4-t; now 25. South Ca?
rolinas 70; new 57^.
LOUISVILLE, August 30.-Flour activo,
at full prices. Corn quiet. Provisions
firm. Pork 12.75(^13.00. Shoulders
6;?; clear sides 7,'Lard 0%. Whis?
CINCINNATI, August 30.-Flour linn.
Corn quiet. Pork-no sales. Lard a
shado lower, at 9. Bucou in limited job?
bing demand-shoulders 01,'; clear sides 1
1%dgiy?. Whiskey 90.
ST. LOUIS, August 30.-Flour-wiubrl
superfine 3.75(3;4.00. Whiskey 88>?(a)
90. Bagging steady. Pork 13.00.
Shoulders 6 "bi; clear sides 8. Lard Obi.
GALVESTON, August 30.-Cotton quiet
-good ordinary 10%; reoeipts 149 bales;
sales 250; stock 11,171.
AUGUSTA, August 30.-Colton firm
middliug 17%; recoipts 40 bales; sales
MOIIILE, August 30.-Cottou strong
middling 18,'.i(3)19; receipts 67 bales;
salos 50; stock 2,980.
PHILADELPHIA, August 30.-Cotton
BOSTON, August "30.-Cotton quiet
middling 19%; recoipts 28 bales; sales
300; stock 8,500.
CHARLESTON, August 30.-Cotton firm
-middliug 18; recoipts 98 bales; sales]
100; stock 2,335.
NORFOLK, August 30.-Cotton quiet
low middliug 17; receipts 147 bales; slock
BALTIMORE, August 30.-Flour firm
and in good demand. Wheat quiet and
firm. Corn firm. Provisions unchanged.
Whiskoy 93. Cotton quiet and firm
middling 19; receipts 100 bales; salo3
33; stock 955.
SAVANNAH, August 30.-Cotton slron<
-low middliug 17J.? ; receipts 169 bales;
MEMPHIS, August 30.-Colton scarce
but firm-middling 18).<.
WILMINGTON, August 30.-Cot ton quint
-middling Ml/.? \ receipts 10 bales; sales
17; stock 555.
NEW ORLEANS, August 30.-Cotton
in good demand-middling 18|?j(fl!|10;1
receipts 409 bales; sales 500; stock
Co M M Bite IA Li WIT.-The commercial
column of so stately a journal us tho
Now York Journal of Commerce is not
the place whero one would naturally ex?
pect to find a Batirio report of the
mm-vis market, yet, in yesterday's issao,
sandwiched botweon on itom ou tho Kw
of promissory notes aud a survey of the
money market, appears the following:
"Tliero has been a good demand for
sharpness and acuteness. Wo notice
also some call for roguery and rascality.
SoltlshuesB is steady. Prudence-Tho
stock small, but tho demand inconsidera?
ble. Peculation and embezzlement look?
ing up. Cross flattery active, with a
rising tendency. Adroit lying at a pre?
mium. Not much demand for truth,
except in small quantities; holders firm.
Candor unchanged. Uprightness hus a
downward teudoncy. Zeal for tho right
dull and quiet. Modesty hus declined.
Light demand for justice; not much of?
fered. Cunning more activo than usual.
A good business done in pocket-picking;
would bo better but for tho police.
.Something dona in suicido. House?
breaking rather ac ive just now. Popu?
larity-Mauy and lively bids at first aud
secoud call. Love of good men rather
quiet. Charity of tho first quality, littlo
offered; lower grades aro in good do
maud, especially if they promise quick
returns. Sincerity rather scarce aud de?
mand moderate. Hypocrisy-Some stir;
wo may say activo. A littlo doing in
stabbing and rape. Drunkenness-Much
offered and a good deal taken. Reck?
lessness iu demand. Foolishness-Much
in the market, and considerable quanti?
ties taken at high prions. Something
iloiug iu overtrading. Promises, not in?
tended to bo kept, plenty. Honesty lirra,
but ut low prices. Usury rather Hat.
Extortion flat also. Covetousness, moro
fatal thau cholera, increasing."
SON BATUS-A NOVEIJ CUKE.-Seclu?
sion from sunshine is ono of the misfor?
tunes of our civilized lifo. Tho same
cause which makes tho potuto vines
white and sickly, wbou grown iu the
dark cellars, operates to produce tho
pale, sickly girls that aro reared iu our
parlors. Expose either to the rays of the
sun, and they begiu to show color,
health and strength.
One of tho ablest lawyers in our coun?
try, u victim of long and hard brain la?
bor, came to me a year ago, suffering
from partial paralysis: The right leg
and hip were reduced in size, with con?
stant pain in tho loins. He was obliged
in coming up stairs to lift up the left
foot first, dragging tho right foot after
it. Pale, fooble, miserable, he told me
he had been failing for several years,
and closod with, "My work is done. At
sixty I find myself worn out."
I directed him to lie down nuder a
largo window, and allow the sun to shine
ou every part of his body, at first ten
minutes u day, increasing tho time nntil
ho could expose himself to tho direct
rays of the suu for a full hour. His ha?
bits were not essentially altered in any
other particular. lu six months he
carno running up stairs like a vigorous
man of forty, and declared, with spark?
ling eyes, "I have twouty years more
work in mo."
I have assisted many dyspeptic, neu?
ralgic, rheumatic und hippochoudrieul
peopie into health by thc sun cure. I
have so many facts illustrating thu won?
derful power of tho suu's direct rays in
curing certain cases of invalids that 1
have seriously thought of publishing a
work to bo denominated tho "Sun Cure."
i I Home ami Health;
THE STOIIY or A Fox.-Tho Rev. Chas.
D. Nott, of St. Louis, seuds to the New
York Independent a story suggested by
the remark of Dr. McCosh, that ho had
"doubts whether thu lower animals can
abstract, whether they can generalize."
"A former pastor of mine," says Mr.
Nott, "told mo tho following: When a
boy, ho had a fox, which, I regret to
say, boro tho reputation of possessing
far moro bruin Hum pursonul piety.
This fox was kept iu tho yard in a sort
of raised den, nicely sodded over, und
was confined by a chain that allowed
him quito a generous circumference.
Ono evening, in tho full, the farm wa?
gon, returning from tho field with a load
of corn, passed near the den, nod by
chanco dropped an ear whero the fox
could roach it. Ile was seen to spriug
out, seize tho corn, and carry it quickly
back into tho den. What hu wanted
with it was a mystery, us corn formed
no part of tho goutlomuu's diet. Thc
next morning, however, the mystery was
solved, for tho fox was observed, out of
his tien, and considerably wit Ii iu the
length of his chain, nibbling oil' some
of tho corn and scattering it about in
full view of the poultry, after which ho
took tho remainder buck into the den
and awaited events. Suro onough the
chickens came, and, while eating, out
sprang the fox, nabbed his man, and
quietly took his breakfast in the back
parlor. Now, it seems to mn that this is
pretty good 'generalizing.'"
FLTOIIT or ItorTEiiFhiES.-Harlfoid,
Couti., has been favored with a flight of
the most beautiful butterflies passing
overhead, in a South-westerly direction,
for tho better part of th reo days. Be?
ginning on Saturday, thc Rilli instant,
tho novel migration continued through?
out Sunday, and only came to au end on
thu afternoon of Monday, the 21st, nt
which time tho insect flight assumed
portentous proportions, as if a heavy
rearguard were bringing np tho column.
Tho insects aro described us Hying at all
height'?, and uro represented as about
four inches across tho wings, from tip to
tip, and of "a rich cinnamon color,
deeply veined willi blick hi rs and li um-,
in various patterns, mid a broad dark
holder, prettily marked by a triple row
of white spots."
Some of Ibo fanners of Tonnes-er ure
succc-Hful in their attempts tb raise
opium from' tho poppy. Tho yield is
from fifty to soventy tlve pounds to the
HoTEii AHIUVALS, August 30.-Colum?
bia Hotel-Mrs. A. Daunn, M?BS Salino
Dauun, Willi? Dauan, Go.; S. B. Alex?
ander, Charlotte; D. M. Harris, St. Mot
I thew's; D. S. Henderson, Chester; M.
I Fox, S. Way and wife, L. S. Ford, S. C.
? Gilbert, John A. Wagoner, L. L. Hub
bord, R. Martin, W. P. Russell, wifo
and ohild, Charleston; J. Fite, Pa.; A.
Ramsay, Edgefield; W. M. Grabay,
Sumter; J. Buxhaum, Pa. ; J. J. Villc
piguo, S. Plaoe, Camden; Frank Arnim,
Hamburg; L. Molntoeh, Miss M. E.
McIntosh, Darlington; H. W. High,
Wilmington; H. S. Johnson; Rev. R. A.
Mickler, S. P. Boozer and daughter,
Newberry; S. Zone, Louisville; J. B.
Ezell and wife, Greenville..
dickerson House-W. W. Duncan, wife
and three children, J. E. L. Holmes, W.
D. Tory, O. Davidson, H. P. Arp, Va.;
D. M. Benno, W., C. Ss A. R. R.; C. H.
Toy, B. J. Boone, Greenville; W. W.
Rioe, J. G. W?lling, S. C. ; A. E. Rogers,
Bunctou; F. H. James, Bouud Hill; C.
F. Janies, Va. ; J. W. Fleck, Go. ; W. R.
Kline, N. C.; Miss Blume, M?BS Ficklin,
E. Valentine, Charleston; Mrs. S. H.
Hemphill, Miss J. Item phill, Chester; D.
Malory, G. W. Harmon, N. C.; O. B.
Butler, G. & C. R. R.; J. A. Franklin,
Ky. ; H. P. Hammett. G. H. Brunson,
W. C. Humphreys, J. C. Aloxandcr,
Greenville; C. N. G. Butt, Glunu
HvouornoniA.-Tho following are tho
results of much scientific investigation
of this dreadful disease: First-Hydro-'
phobia is a disease of very rare occur-1
renee. Secoud-It is moro common in
winter than in summer. Third-Tho
use of the muzzle is calculated to induce
hydrophobia. Fourth-Fits are a cer?
tain sign that hydrophobia does not
exist in thu animal suffering from them.
Charles Lyudsoy, aged twenty-one, was
drowned while attempting to save two
boya who were thrown from a boat iu
Bristol harbor. Bhodo Island, Saturday.
Ho swam wit ii one of the boys to thu
shore, but iu returning for the other his
streugth failed, and ho sank.
A mau who was driving a cow through
the streets of Waupun, Wis., was so
much flustered by a sudden bow from a
lady that, in return, ho mado a bow to
tho cow aud threw o stone at the lady.
Imagino his fcelingsl
Departed from earth and welcomed in
Heaven, August 24th, 1671, EDWAJiD HEH
ULAM, only child uf Dr. h. li. and Mrs. Clara
M. Turnipaecd, of ltichland, 8. C.
For eleven taunt tis and eight naya ho had,
aa a bright morning star, abed tho hallowell
light of Ida puro young lifo over hie oarthly
home, to gladden tho hoarts, not only of bia
devoted parents, but of all wlio came within
thu light of his presence-thal beautiful atnr.
now merged imo tito glorious sunlight of
eternal day. Exquisite in form and featnre,
lovely and affectionate in disposition, he
awakened the admiration alike of atraugora
aud of fricada. Hut "too puro for earth,"
our darling little Eddie ia early "taken away
from tho evil to come." Surely tho iuliahi*
tania of heaven must attune their harps and
voicoa to a joyful strain of wnlcomo when auch
an accession ia made to their numbor. May
ani?o echo ut (hat celestial music reach and
cheer tho hearts of tho bereaved parent?; and
may they feel their spirits ever drawn heaven?
ward by the chcriatied treasure which baa
preceded them thither. Did they hot enjoy
tho ?weet consolation of Gospel peace, theirs
would be a truly inanpportablo affliction; but
"they sorrow hut aa thoso without hope," be?
lieving ttiat "au Jenna diod and roao again
from ibo dead, even bo them alao which alcop
in Jeana will God bring with bini."
Our Heavenly King to earth atoopa down,
And chispa the brightest gem;
To aparldo in Ilia glorious crown,
To gild bia diadem. M. O. S.
FIVE MILCH COWS for salo.
Apply North-east corner of Laurel1
md Hull streets.
Aug ni 2
THE CAROLINA HOUSE
IS once more open to tho public, under
'tho superintendence of Mr. lt. ItAHHY.
_Tho reputation of tho house will bo kept
up. _ Align?t 31
THE Israelites of Columbia and visitera
from tho surrounding country are herc*
tty informed that full and ampio arrange?
ments have boen made by tho "Unai Israel"
Association, of this city, for tho celebration
of tho approaching Snored Holidays, com?
mencing on tho evening of September 15.
Applications for seats should bo addressed to
Align?t 31 tli3_D. Et* ST IN.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING GOODS
.1 Specialty ir Uh Us for the Season.
JLN view of tho yellow fever being iu Charles?
ton, preventing a largo number of buyers
from visiting that city for their fall stock, wo
have thia day telegraphed our partner in New
York to buy very largely of auch Gooda aa
arc usually jobbed in Charleston-as Dry
Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Capn, Mil?
linery and Straw Goode. Our third floor will i
be devoted to wholesaling entirely, and wo
ahidl offer Gooda at fair prices, and in larger I
quantities than over aeon in this placo before,
and on (imo lo approved namoa. Merchants
will please remember lhat nono of these linea
are new to us. We have, with abort inter
miasiou, dealt largely in all th cae Gooda for
'Jhe lady reader? will remember that at th?8
house ti Dress can ho bought from tho finest,
first class Dress Gooda stock in tho South,
out and made to flt, and guarantee it, or cut
and made by mensuro sent by mail. Tho
newest style French Bonnet or Hat can bo!
had here. Tho best and prettiest Shoos hero.
In fact, wc claim for our houso that ilia "tho
place" of tho t?oulh to get thc host nt tho
least prie?. H. C. SIUVEU .t CO.
OtT AH paper? in tho State, except in
Charleston, Ito?hTort, Colinton and Marlboro
will eiipv ono time, and forward billa at once.
WE guarantee to savo clubs
usually buying of Ute so-called
"(treat American Tea Company,"
IO per cent , if they make, hko ptir
_ ?liases from ti?. Wo have just rc
?.i lot of TEAS, selected lind Iriid
uiirefully helero purchasing, to winch we ask
the attention of tho trade and eonauineia.
Aug "27 LOltlCK A LOWRANCE.
xa. o "tl on salo?.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW [Friday] MORNING, at 10
o'clock, I will ?oil, before my store, weather
BACON SIDES, BELLIES,
Strips, Canvassed Hame,
Sugar, Flour, Mackerel,
And a variety of other articles. Sale, an
usual, without reporve. _August 31 1
THE EXCHAM GE HOUSE.
TniS well-known cstabliehmcnt is in full
blast, and keeps up its reputation for tho
best of evorythiug in tho lino of WET OOODH.
Thoy carrv out tho motto of "Good articles
or nono." * PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
State of South. Carolina-Union Co &
?OUHT OF COMMON PLEAS.
ltoxanna Owens, Plaintiff, against Martha
Owens, Robert O wons, Sarah Owens, Plea?
sant Owens, Jndsou Owens, Roxanna
Owens and Addie Owens, Defendants.
Tn Tn K DEFENDANTS:
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
to answer the petition in thia action,
winch is tiled in tho office of the Probato
Judgo for tho said County, and to servo a
copy ot your answer to tho said petition on
thu*subscriber, athis office, at Union, S.O.,
within t won ty day? after tho sorvicu heroof,
exclusivo of the day of such service; and if
you fail to answer thu petition within the timo
aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this action will ap?
ply to tho Court for tho relief domanded in
Dated August 2?, 1871.
JAS. R. STEEDMAN,
To Rou EUT OWENS:
Take notice that this action ie commenced
for partition ni land, in tho Probato Court iu
and for the County of Union, and that a muu?
muu M in this action, of which the foregoing is
a copy, was tiled iu the office of tho Judgo of
>?aid County, at Union, in tho County of
Union, in Haid State, ou tho 29th day of Au?
gust, 1871. JAS. B. RTEEDMAN,
UNION. August 20, 1871. Ancuat 31 thG
Factors and Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Real Estate for Sale.
TnE undersigned will soil, on TUESDAY,
the 12th of September next, all that tract
of LAND, in Fair-Hold County, known as tho
Turnipseed placo, and called Jenkinsville,
containing 108 acres of laud, with S tore-house
and all necessary outbuildings newly put up.
It is three miles from Alston Depot and is the
best stand in this part of tho country for
Aug 294_LOU1CK <fc SWYOERT.
We open this day a
nice line of early
of which we invite an
PORTER & STEELE.
Au RU et 30_
The Newest Goods,
WILL BE FOUND AT
W. D. LOVE & CO'S
HAYING opened during tho paed ton days
ono hundred packages of gooda, bought
in Now York at much lea? than regular prices,
replenishing all tho department a lo the fullest
capacity, both wholesale and retail, wo aro
now prepared to lill all orders from city or
Wo opened to-day twenty.five pieces of
CARPETS, iii new and beautiful designe; 250
pairs of BLANKETS, including ail qualities,
in white and colored. Notwithstanding tho
very largo advance of 20 per cent, iu thf-ao
gooda, we aro offering them at leas pri?es
than last year.
Will open in a few days the host stock of
WOOL SHAWLS ever shown in Columbia.
Wo keop only tho boot makes of goods,
direct from manufacturers and importers, and
have but ONE IMUCK.
Shades and Shado Hollands, in all widths
j and stylos.
Some ot" our worthy competitors aro gutting
j rather nervous on account of tho quantity of
goods wo aro receiving. Wo do not got them
for their benefit, but for tho benoQt of our
Wo invite all to inspect our stock, which
will be shown frcelv.
\V. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia iiotci minding,
W. D. LOVE, Main elreet.
IL lt. MoCuKKnv._Aug 25
N E W S .
lili: Proprietor of tho "LITTLE STORE"
has just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of the season. Call ami eec, at
i Tub 27 C. F. JACKSON'S, Multi St.